Is That a Lightsaber in Your Pocket or is the Force with Star Wars Porn Parody Maker?

Categories: Film, OC Media, TV, XXX
Apologies for crossing the Star Wars lightsaber and Star Trek phaser streams, but a media watcher has gone where no media watcher has gone before when it comes to a fresh angle on the blockbuster Lucasfilm-Walt Disney Co. deal. As the Mouse produces the seventh Star Wars episode scheduled to be released in 2015, a San Fernando Valley pornmaker is reportedly speeding up plans for a fourth Star Wars porn parody.

Future Disney litigation willing.

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In the porn parody, she's Princess Laya (get it?), and she at times appears as a "holoslut."
Fishbowl LA gives the skinny today on the project in the works by Vivid Entertainment, which is known locally for distributing the Club Jenna oeuvre of porn goddess-turned-Huntington Harbour mom Jenna Jameson and Octomom Home Alone, the solo masturbation flick by La Habra-turned-Palmdale-turned-Orange rehab resident Nadya Suleman.

Vivid earlier this year sprung on the world Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody, its biggest budgeted video ever, and the company has already laid the pipe for two sequels. But with the $4 billion Disney-Lucasfilm deal and plans for yet another real Star Wars film, Vivid is now talking about a fourth porn parody, according to Fishbowl's Richard Horgan.

Since the triple X parts two and three will begin hitting the shelves (virtual and otherwise) by the fall of 2013, Vivid may even manage to beat the Mouse to the punch with episode IV.

Future Disney litigation willing.

Meanwhile, at the opposite end of the entertainment spectrum, after Star Wars: The Clone Wars ends its current season on the Time Warner-owned Cartoon Network early next year, it will likely move to the Disney XD channel, reports the Hollywood Reporter.

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