Hustler Wraps XXX Parody Based on HBO's 'Girls'

May 22, 2013 1:00 PM PST

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Hustler’s parody of the controversial HBO comedy-drama “Girls” has wrapped.

"This Ain't Girls XXX," written and directed by Stuart Canterbury, is slated to release in the next few months.

The “Girls” parody promises to be no less off-kilter than Lena Dunham’s semi-autobiographical TV series, according to Richie Calhoun who plays the onscreen wackjob, Adam Driver.

“I tried to make it as weird as possible,” Calhoun told XBIZ. “I tried to say really weird things and do really weird positions.

“Well, not that weird,” he quickly added.

The original show follows a group of twenty-somethings in New York City as they navigate post-college existence. Calhoun said he watches the show, but not religiously because it and its characters are “hard to take.”

“Adam is hard to take in real life but he’s entertaining to watch on screen,” Calhoun explained.

In the XXX parody, Hannah (Alex Chance) decides to forsake men, and boyfriend Adam, to experiment with lesbianism. After a few satisfying jaunts she returns to Adam — and mankind.

Adam accepts her back into the fold, but, true to the original show, adds a dominant and quirky dimension to the scene.

“[Adam’s] like, ‘OK, then crawl to my fucking bed,” Calhoun said, explaining how the action begins.  

The ensuing sex involves mild BDSM with a sprinkling of strange: In addition to dirty talk and rough sex, Adam uses a candy ballgag attached to a stretchy cord to direct Hannah’s face towards him.   

The parody also features Kris Slater and Adriana Chechik in supporting roles.

According to Calhoun, Canterbury captures the tone and voice of the show, and Hannah in particular, calling it “provocative” and “very well written.”

He also mentioned that, due to the show’s frequent sexual themes, “They didn’t have to do much” but roll with the original script and extend the intercourse scenes.

“It will be interesting to see what people will say about it because with something like that people would expect a really bold or nuanced statement,” Calhoun said. “Maybe it will be like that or maybe people will say, ‘This is an outrage. This is terrible!’ I’m not really sure.”

Adam Driver’s anomolous character on “Girls” has been dissected in spirited detail in Rolling Stone, Interview Magazine, the Huffington Post and many more media outlets.

Richie Calhoun won the 2013 XBIZ Best Actor Couples-Themed Release in "Love, Marriage & Other Bad Ideas" from New Sensations.

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