King Cobra

Synopsis: This ripped-from-the-headlines drama covers the early rise of gay porn headliner Sean Paul Lockhart a.k.a. Brent Corrigan, before his falling out with the producer who made him famous. When Sean decides he'd be better off a free agent, a cash-strapped pair of rival producers aim to cash in by any means possible.
Genre: Crime, Drama
Director(s): Justin Kelly
Production: Yale Productions
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
91 min

- Uh, why don't you

come on in, have a seat?

- Okay. Here?

- Perfect, yeah.

I'm just gonna adjust

a couple of things here.

Beautiful. Okay.

Oh, yeah.

- Is this better?

- Oh, that's great.

- Okay.

- That's great. Alright.

Here we are,

introducing our new boy

all the way from

sunny San Diego, California.

Welcome, Brent Corrigan.

- Hey.

- Yeah. Tell us a little bit

about yourself.

Uh, how -- how old are you?

- Eighteen.

- Eighteen?

I had to double check that ID

a couple of times, didn't I?

- Yeah.

- You in college?

- Uh, no.

Um, I -- I wanna be.

- Yeah?

- Yeah.

- And what would you study?

- Film.

- Really?

Huh, interesting.

So you'd like to be

on this side of the lens, huh?

- Yeah.

- Sean!

Hey, you are finally here,

in the flesh.

- Yeah.

You look, uh, you look great.

- Thanks. You look good, too.

- No, no.

I'm, uh, I'm an old man.

- Old men can look good, too.

- Yeah.

Let's go.

- Okay.

- You like Chopin?

- Uh... I'm not sure.

- Why don't you tell us

about your first time?

Uh, you know,

what was that like?

- Um..

I was young, um, 15.

- Hm. Who was he?

- My friend's older brother.

- How old?

- Twenty five.

- Alright, the fridge

is stocked, pantry, too.

Take whatever you want,


I've got sandwich meat,

string cheese, juices.

- Cool.

- Cheers.

Let's loosen things up

a little bit

and, uh, take off

some of those clothes.

- Okay.

- Alright.

Show the Cobra fans

what they really wanna see.

Hm. There we go.

Nice and slim.


Look at that body.

- Wanna see it?

- Yeah.

Show me that cock.

That's it. Oh, yeah.

They're gonna love you.

They are gonna love you.

Oh, yeah.

You, uh, have everything

you need?

- Yeah. Thanks.

- Great.

Uh, you're gonna

sleep in here tonight?

- Um... yeah.

- Good. No. Absolutely.

Um, I have, uh, some errands

that I have to run

in the morning

but I will come back

and I will take to you brunch.


- Sure. Thanks.

- Sleep well.

- Hey.

How was I?

- Amazing.

- You can be honest.

- You have something

very, very special.

- Goodnight.

- Goodnight.

- Okay.


Very nice.

Everybody smile.

Alright. Come on.

How come you're not smiling?

What's the matter?

This isn't fun?

Come on! Come on.

This is fun!

I just need

a couple of more shots, okay?

And then we're gonna get

some ice cream

and then you guys

just keep smiling.

Perfect. That's great.

That's great.

We'll get some ice cream.

Very nice.

I'm looking

for the purest place

That ever was

Escaping to the sands

of magic and might

Ah-ah ah ah-ah ah ah

- Here you go.

Just like mom used to make.

- Thank you.

- Oh.

- What's this?

- It's for the pictures.

- No, no, no.

Well, come on, it's your job.

I'm a customer.

I wanna pay.

- Don't be silly.

- I insist.

- I refuse.

- Okay, only

if you take Kathy out.

- What? No. I told you

that's not gonna happen.

- Oh, come on.

Don't say you're not interested.

You haven't even met her.

- I saw her picture.

I'm not interested.

- Um. Oh.

- I can take care

of my own love life very well.

Thank you very, very much,

though. I really appreciate it.

- You are so stubborn.

- Well, it seems to run

in the family, doesn't it?

- Devastation from Louisiana.

- One by one, survivors of

Hurricane Katrina are being..

- Frankly,

the Bush administration

should be ashamed.

- Horses have helped humans

so much over the years

to reach our full potential.

Back on Fania's farm,

Matinee and Gloria

retired show horses

have become

absolutely inseparable.

It's just beautiful to see

these graceful creatures

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