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Tommy Gunn Lands Crossover Role in Hayter's 'Wolves'

Tommy Gunn Lands Crossover Role in Hayter's 'Wolves'

HOLLYWOOD—Adult A-lister Tommy Gunn has lensed his biggest mainstream role to date, in the horror film Wolves from writer/director David Hayter, co-scripter of X-Men 1 & 2, among other Hollywood blockbusters.

Currently in post-production, Wolves is due out in 2013 from Copperheart Entertainment, and stars Jason Momoa (Conan the Barbarian, Game of Thrones, Bullet to the Head) and Lucas Till (X-Men: First Class, Walk the Line, Battle Los Angeles).

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In the movie, Gunn (working under his real name, Thomas J. Strada) plays Robbie, a character Till's Cayden Richards encounters on his journey and faces off against in a fight to the death.

"My experience working on the movie Wolves was unreal!" Gunn told AVN. "The cast and crew treated me like a star and were so incredibly welcoming. David Hayter's imagination and direction along with storytelling approach was just amazing; he's a very creative individual. Lucas Till and Jason Mamoa are really great guys and extremely talented actors. I look forward to more experiences in the mainstream arena and was happy to have felt so welcome. Big thanks to producer Steve Hoban and David Hayter and Paul Rapovski for their confidence and the opportunity to be part of such a great project. Congrats to all involved."

Gunn previously received mainstream exposure with a cameo on HBO's Entourage alongside former porn colleague Sasha Grey, and branched out further in 2012 with the launch of his own underwear line, Tommy Gunn Underwear, available at TommyGunn.com.






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