Let’s face it, at some point we’ve all been intrigued, shocked or entertained by the video vixen confessions and testimonies of Karrine “Superhead” Steffans, Melyssa Ford and Kat Stacks. Well, now all of those jaw-dropping stories are being dramatized and put to the big screen in the new independent film Video Girl, starring Meagan Good.
According to s2smagazine.com, the film, which is also produced by Good, will follow the character Lorie Walker, a small-town girl whose dream of professional dancing is dashed after suffering a knee injury.
Walker instead meets a seedy video director named “Shark” who persuades her to become a video girl, helping her skyrocket to the top of her game as well as sending her down a dark path of sex, drugs and abuse.
Video Girl will also star actors Adam Senn, Ruby Dee, Lisa Raye, Haylie Duff, La’Myia Good (Meagan’s sister), and singer Bobby V as well as former real-life video vixens Melyssa Ford, Esther Baxter and Angel Lola Luv.
The indie flick, written by Datari Turner and directed by Ty Hodges, will premiere in New York City, Los Angeles, Jersey Gardens and Kansas City on April 29.
What do you think of Good’s new role? Will you be buy a ticket to see the flick? –nicholas robinson