Sex date 2014
Another Asylum film with the tagline of "What happened in Vegas?!
"- the 89 minute, low-budget R-rated comedy took advantage of the wave of films about party experiences bound for or in Vegas, including The Hangover films, Bridesmaids, etc.. " In the film's closing sequence, Amanda was joined by lap dancer Providence (Shawn Rougeron).
Others not in the film who backed its production included high-profile individuals such as singers Miley Cyrus and Rihanna, actress Lena Dunham, and Bruce Willis' 22 year-old daughter Scout Willis (who protested outdated laws and Internet censorship by parading topless on the streets of NYC and posting her bare images on Twitter).
The film's title was the name of an online brothel site (top-secret in reality, in rural North Carolina), where seductive webcam females stripped down for the fantasies of Internet predators (although the film was fairly minimalist regarding its gratuitous nudity).
He was also swept up in casual sex, drugs and alcohol, and undisciplined and unsupervised behavior.
Fisher experienced an unsatisfying flirtation with Kate's sexy friend Jody (Valentina de Angelis).
" During filming - some in Times Square in NYC, the actresses were joined by other topless women, activist groups and graffiti artists, in a war against hypocrisy and censorship.
They dubbed themselves the "Girlrillaz" (with colorful letters on their naked torsos) referring to the real-life feminist activist group the Guerrilla Girls.
And they were prohibited from posting topless pictures from the film on Facebook and Instagram during an online marketing campaign.
Fearless leaders of the revolution included activist Lola Kirke as Liv (in David Fincher's film Gone Girl (2014)), Casey La Bow (who appeared in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One and Two (2011, 2012)) as Cali, and African-American Monique Coleman (who appeared in High School Musical 1, 2 and 3 (2006, 2007, 2008)) as Roz.
2014 was no different than the three previous years - boundary-pushing, premium Cable-TV continued to reveal more nudity and sex than any mainstream feature films.