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Richards starring in Cougars, Inc. film

DeniseRichards.jpgDenise Richards and James Belushi are starring in a film called Cougars, Inc. which just saw a trailer released online today, which was then removed as it was deemed to break the policy of the video site it featured on.

The film tells the story of a high school student who has the great idea to start a business pairing rich older women up with young men from high school after seeing an advert for a Cougar dating site.

This wouldn't really have attracted my attention before as I would have thought that it would turn out to be one of these cheap comedies filled with the usual sex-based jokes.

However with the trailer getting pulled from YouTube you have to wonder just how raunchy it is, especially with the warning of “NSFW” and the description of “explicit” heading up the now missing video on Fox News.

While Denise Richards doesn't seem too out of place in a film about Cougars, Cougars, Inc. also stars James Belushi which is a bit of a surprise.

The film is written and directed by K. Asher Levin, and looking at his career list so far he has one short film called Adventures in Online Dating.

So I wonder how this is going to turn out. Is it going to end up being a cheap run at the Cougar concept, hoping to grab lots of younger men in the audience at the prospect of some topless shots and a stream of the usual American sex-comedy jokes flowing through it, or will there be something more?

To be honest I'm going for the latter, and there's no way I can build it up any other way, and I'm sure the controversy is going to come too, and indeed the source article tries to raise the temperature by focussing on the fact that older women with younger men is going to enrage some “common decency” groups.

Can this be any good? Let's wait for a trailer that stays online.



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