‘King Cobra’ Porn Drama Clip Released Featuring Christian Slater.

When I was dealing with my sexuality, I was a huge Brent fan.  It was between Brent Everett and Brent Corrigan.  Everett won out and I followed his career a little more, but now I'm starting to swing back to the Corrigan way.  During that whole arch, I missed out on the real time story of what King Cobra is all about.

In director Justin Kelly’s inspired-by-real-events drama King Cobra, Garrett Clayton portrays gay porn actor Sean Paul Lockhart, whose career has been shepherded by Christian Slater’s producer. When Lockhart decides he’d be better off as a free agent, a pair of rival producers (James Franco, Keegan Allen) aim to cash in by any means possible. ew.com

Here is a clip from the film featuring Slater and Clayton.  Is this scene enough to get you to watch?

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From tribecafilm.com we read …

Writer-director Justin Kelly follows up last year’s festival favorite, I Am Michael, with a ripped-from-the-headlines drama covering the early career of Sean Paul Lockhart (Garrett Clayton), who rose to niche stardom as the gay porn headliner Brent Corrigan, yet did not see the returns he expected from his meteoric success.

Offended by his paltry paycheck, Lockhart falls out with the owner, director, and producer (Christian Slater) of the label that made his famous Cobra video. When the newly minted sex symbol attracts the attentions of a cash-strapped pair of rival producers and performers (James Franco and Keegan Allen) an all out porn turf war ensues. Alicia Silverstone and Molly Ringwald offer memorable turns as the mother and sister stunned by the revelations of the sordid, secret lives of their loved ones as the film delves into the most extreme lengths people will go to stay in the game.  —Dan Hunt

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