COLT Studio announced today that Dave Angelo, Edu Boxer and Jake Andrews will be among the 20 person cast of the western gay porn epic BUCKLEROOS with Marcus Iron, Dean Phoenix and Zak Spears headlining.
I watched Franco Corelli in tight, tight denim short shorts and chaps in the “Relief” solo from COLT’s Cowboy Country, a collection of solo cowboy kink. Think of it as the porn equivalent of a spaghetti western, except that instead of filming on Italian soil, they just filmed an Italian.
Anyhow, solo scenes rarely do it for me, even when it’s prime beef like Corelli. I switched to an old COLT short — I’m sure BJ will correct me on this at some point — Oasis with the gorgeous Dick Trask. Hairy chested cow-pokes get a little weekly bonus at the cattle ranch and Rip Colt’s 8mm captures a testosterone soaked suck and fuck.
COLT Man Franco Corelli in action:
COLT STUDIO GROUP COMPLETES CASTING FOR BUCKLEROOS
San Francisco CA, June 14th, 2004: The COLT Studio Group announced today that casting for the epic two-part collaboration between John Rutherford and Jerry Douglas has been completed. Three legendary superstars – Dean Phoenix, Marcus Iron, and Zak Spears – head the all-star cast of the more than twenty performers from around the world for BUCKLEROOS, a two-part Buckshot Productions western feature.
COLT Men Exclusives Dave Angelo and Edu Boxer will be joining Phoenix, Iron, and Spears. BUCKLEROOS also features the long-awaited return of Jake Andrews. Owen Hawk, a recent newcomer to the industry, stars in the pivotal role of a runaway. COLT Men Diego de la Hoya and Todd Maxwell return after recently appearing in COLT’s HOG: The Leather File.
The casting will also include performances by Timmy Thomas, Sammy Case, Jason Kennedy, Josh Hardman, Brad Benton, Arpad Miklos, Hank Locklear, Andrew Rubio, Ty Hudson, Sam Shadon, Chris Wide, and Mike Dasher.
“I have to say that I’m extremely happy with the casting process for BUCKLEROOS,” said John Rutherford. “Being in the industry for over 15 years, I have to say that this would possibly be one of the largest productions of my career. I couldn’t be happier with the new group of COLT Men we’ve assembled mixed in with industry favorites.” The award-winning director continues, “This movie will be the perfect blend of past, present, and future.”
“BUCKLEROOS has involved the longest casting process in my career. John and I have painstakingly interviewed and considered over 25 parts. I found that we have reached complete agreement about the marvelous cast we’ve assembled,” says multi-awarding winning director and BUCKLEROOS screenwriter Jerry Douglas. “Already, I can see the characters I wrote come to life. I can’t wait to get to the set.”
The two-part production, which boasts ten hard-driving scenes, begins a 20-day production schedule on location in Northern California on June 5th and is scheduled for international release in September 2004.