She-Dick Preparing for the Big Screen

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We can’t get enough of She-Dick in these parts. The female detectives/international pop-stars they claim to be are now looking to make way to the big screen. Sky Royale Pictures and RJT Productions are working on a script written specifically for the ladies titled "So Beautiful" (after one of She-Dick’s songs -

hear it

). Once the writing, filming and producing is all completed, their plan is to appropriately whore it out as many festivals as possible and will start spreading the word as they take part in this year’s OUTTakes Dallas Film Festival.

Band member Miss Gloria Hole gave an insight into what the film’s story:

The film is about three young girlfriends living together in the big city with dead-end jobs and big dreams. Just when life seems to be at its worst, one of the girls gets the chance she's waited her whole life for - to break into the high-pressure, fast-paced world of fashion! With the help of her crazy roommates and a cast of assorted other colorful characters, she's on her way from broke-ass to high-class'.

The movie, however, is in search of some actors and Miss Hole has put out an all-points bulletin in search of Dallas’ next top actor (and quite a number of extras). However, I have to leave it to Hole’s own words as she can only announce this info like no one else:

We're looking for a HISPANIC/LATINO male actor 19-27 yo to play the part of Rico, over-the-top beloved best friend and sidekick to Allegra, one of the leads. The part calls for a man who is either flamboyant or can easily play the part. Rico is a no-holds-barred tour de force of fashion and flashy fabulousness.

We are also seeking a woman of any age to play the part of Mrs. Kyoto, the girls' crazed cat lady landlord. In casting this role, women of Asian descent are preferred, but for the right person with the right comedic timing we may be able to work around that aspect. Mrs. Kyoto is a hilarious, if somewhat "stereotypical" character. Please understand this film is a comedy that seeks to offend no one...or everyone.

Several male & female MODELS will be needed for a runway fashion show segment in the film. Models (males only) must be ready to try on clothes (and fluff Miss Gloria Hole during her crucial sex scene with Michael Douglas). The clothing will be from Dallas designer Mattamorhpis. MODELS, please do not wear white stick deodorant, as many of the clothes are dark. Long hair needs to be in a ponytail. Please provide your own shoes/heels. No outside jewelry/bracelets/watches etc. We will not be responsible for any lost/damaged items. We are looking for slender, tall models (think heroin addicts ladies!).

***PLEASE NOTE*** You've heard of low-budget...this project is a NO-BUDGET feature. While there is no monetary compensation for this film at this time (future compensation upon distribution, etc. to be determined at a later time) it is important for everyone to understand this is a professional production. We will have the assistance of professional cinematographers, makeup artists, photographers, etc. and we will gladly provide food & beverages at all shoots. As well, for anyone seeking to further their modeling/acting careers, this will be a great addition to your resume'. We are seeking fun, light-hearted, capable and committed individuals to have the time of their lives and be a part of an exciting movie event in the Dallas area.

But I’m going to have to cut her off right there before I forget who wrote this. She’ll gladly take interested parties if you contact her at She-Dick’s Web site. No word on the casting couch sessions. -- Rich Lopez

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