CANOGA PARK, Calif.—It’s been a huge year for media mogul Oprah Winfrey; from announcing the end of her syndicated talk show, to the launch of her own network, the Big O has been very busy. Hustler Video heats things up even more for the talk show host with the release of Hustler’s Untrue Hollywood Stories: Oprah, now out on DVD.
Hustler’s newest parody spoofs The Color Purple star, and puts to bed—so to speak—“all of our deepest, darkest fantasies, and exploiting a parody of Oprah in not one, but three compromising situations.”
“Oh, I got to do it all,” said Misty Stone, who portrayed Winfrey. “I got to stuff my face with French fries, chicken wings, cookies—everything! And then on top of that, I got to pretend like I was hosting my own talk show and have a three way with two of the hottest cats in the biz.
“I don’t know. When it comes to who has the better life, me or Oprah, I’d have to say it’s probably me as Oprah! When I played her, I got to show up to work, eat a whole chocolate cake, and then have sex with Carlo Carrera and Bella Moretti [who play Stedman & Gayle]. Clearly, I win.”
In the movie, Oprah has a special guest on her show (James Bartholet), who tells her about a new type of diet pill. But as it goes with most too-good-to-be-true things, there’s a catch. Not only do these diet pills have somewhat of an opposite effect, but in fact they make her particularly horny. So horny in fact that Oprah enjoys a little alone time in her office before she has a three-way with best friend Gayle and long time beau Stedman, before she winds up on her knees in a seedy bar with her close gal pal, Maria (Dylan Ryder), the wife of the California governor.
Other famous friends of Oprah make a parodied appearance in the film as well.
Directed by Stuart Canterbury, Hustler’s Untrue Hollywood Stories: Oprah also stars Bella Moretti, Dylan Ryder, Samantha Saint, Bridgette B. and Aubrey Addams.
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