CYBERSPACE—Mr. Skin, the celebrity nudity expert made famous by Howard Stern and the website made legendary by the blockbuster comedy Knocked Up, is expanding his skin-pire to a whole new genre—and gender—with Mr. Man.
Mr. Man is the male version of Mr. Skin: a massive, all-skinclusive, high definition database of nude scenes from mainstream movies and TV. All the high quality content of the trusted brand, now exclusively focused on male nudity and guy-centric sexiness.
Mr. Man launched recently at MrMan.com.
In a announcement issued yesterday, the company enthused of the launch, “From Hollywood’s most high-profile hunks to cinema’s most underappreciated beefcakes to today’s up-and-coming young hard-throbs, Mr. Man brings male nudity to the gay and female audience with all the unparalleled expertise, ease-of-use, trustworthiness, and massive skincyclopedic coverage that has made Mr. Skin the #1 female celebrity resource for fourteen years and counting.”
From his Chicago headquarters, Mr. Skin commented, “Mr. Man is a natural erection—I mean, extension—of what we do best,” “Mr. Skin is all about celebrity boobs and pubes, and now Mr. Man is all about famous nude dudes. I’m an equal opportunity skinployer!”
Since 1999, Mr. Skin has been the world’s #1 female celebrity nudity resource, logging more than 11 million visitors every month. In addition, Mr. Skin himself is a sought-after guest in radio and has been profiled in The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Playboy, Maxim, the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun-Times, and the New York Post. He has also appeared as a celebrity nudity expert on VH1, E!, BBC, and Comedy Central, and played a pivotal role in the blockbuster Hollywood comedy Knocked Up (2007).
For more information or to book Mr. Skin for an interview, contact Pete McMurray at (312) 933-5963 or by email at Pete@mrskin.com.