PeterFever Releases 'The Deuce: A Gay Parody'

LOS ANGELES — PeterFever has announced the release of its biggest budget title, “The Deuce: A Gay Parody.”

Written and produced by Danny Zeeman and directed by Koloff, “The Deuce” features PeterFever exclusives Alex Chu and David Ace as “the hustlers,” with Jessie Lee and FX Rios playing the pimp couple (known as China Gold and Silky Dick). Also featured is newcomer Ari Nucci, who goes by “Bandit” in the movie.

“We took special care to make this as authentically 1970s as possible,” Koloff said. “From the wardrobes to the sets, the story, the music and the language used by the actors, we wanted to transport viewers back in time to when porn was more creative, artistic, original and fun. Of course we made sure the sex was still mindblowing as well.”

According to the synopsis, “The Deuce: A Gay Parody” was inspired by the HBO James Franco drama, only that they wanted to explore what it would be like to hustle for cash if the same rules applied for men as they did for women during that time period. 

“This was a project of love for me, being able to help create the kind of movie I’ve always dreamed of making,” Zeeman said. “I really want to thank Koloff, our crew and our wonderful actors for their great performances and really giving this project their all.

“We had the greatest time making this movie and the boys really took their roles seriously,” he added. “They even talked like their characters off the set, which was a lot of fun to watch. I really think this will be our best performing PeterFever movie so far.”

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