LOS ANGELES — Wicked Pictures has released celebrated director Brad Armstrong's eagerly anticipated sci-fi spoof "Men in Black: A Hardcore Parody," starring veteran performer Randy Spears, Misty Stone and Wicked exclusive Jessica Drake.
The parody, a send-up of Barry Sonnenfeld's blockbuster "MIB" franchise, finds Spears playing the cantankerous Agent K with Misty Stone as his suave partner Agent J, who has now undergone gender reassignment to better infiltrate the alien Vaginian race — led by Drake as queen Estrella — who are out to abduct and use the women of earth as breeding hosts.
Costars include Armstrong as the evil Edgar the Bug, Alektra Blue as shape-shifting Kylothian Queen Serleena, Xander Corvus as Serleena's minion Scrad and Charlie, Isis Taylor as Princess Lauranna, Prince Yahshua as original character 3rd Eye and 2012 XBIZ Award-winner Tommy Pistol (Acting Performance of the Year, Male) as alien pawn shop owner Jack Jeebs.
Rounding out the cast are Wicked Girl Kaylani Lei, India Summer, Nicole Aniston, Mia Leilani, Eric Masterson, Tommy Gunn, Marco Rivera, Jack Vegas, Ethan Hunt, Wolf Hudson, Romeo Prince, Darby, Dick Chibbles and James Bartholet.
"Men in Black: A Hardcore Parody" marks Wicked Pictures second foray into the parody market, following Armstrong's 2011 chart-topping musical spoof "Rocki Whore Picture Show: A Hardcore Parody." To see the "MIB:HP" trailer, visit the studio's YouTube channel.