Saturday, December 20, 2014
Prettyboy: Fabulous Fifties Hollywood is vivid, zestful, crisp and thoughtful, a character-driven historical fiction, which swells with melodrama and comedy. Marlon Brando will rip out Prettyboy's heart. Marilyn Monroe proposes marriage to Prettyboy. James Dean steals Prettyboy’s friendship. Liz Taylor, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Grace Kelly and other stars want devilish things from Prettyboy. Can he survive?
UCLA 1954, Prettyboy is an average method acting student among hundreds ready to graduate, and join the pools of other actors in Hollywood seeking agents, auditions, and parts in movies. Marlon Brando fires up Prettyboy. Marilyn Monroe makes seduces the young method actor. James Dean antagonizes Prettyboy.
Prettyboy is freaking amazing. Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Marlon Brando, carving fate and playing zigzagging eccentric games with Prettyboy. Living is at its best. At most, Prettyboy is a cinematic exposé of vitality, parody, spin, satire and twists. Life is great in Hollywood 1954, like crazy like wow.
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Sunday, December 7, 2014
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Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Marlon Brando and other movie stars in Hollywood are performing like you've never heard or seen them before.
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Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Struggling with romance, friendships, and career options, Prettyboy faces puzzling choices. Method actors and perfumed actresses, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and Marlon Brando make Prettyboy uncomfortable in his own skin. He weaves in and out between betrayal, survival, complex relationships and experiences. Can he learn to trust his own instincts?
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Dodging bullets, deceitful friends and duplicitous CIA Agents in Washington DC, and evading Chinese, Russian and Israeli government criminals in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, Alexander Crown’s plight to save his Genomegenesis project from destructive hands, survive and donate his project to a forthright organization was the next number on his bucket list. Or was it? What could he do to padlock his discovery from exploitation? He was just an ordinary man owning a surplus of extraordinary skills, and now those skills were needed to help him save humanity from cruel and malicious criminals who would abuse and manipulate the heart of civilization.
Regeneration, your new bible in this millennium.
So drop your guard and I'll take over. One second to drop your pants will change everything. Love, sex, desire, you can have it all in one place with me in Prettyboy: Fabulous Fifties Hollywood.
Layers of guilt and lies and make-believe are peeled away and Prettyboy brilliantly turns the tables on his new Hollywood friends and contacts. Prettyboy is full historical experience. The language of the cool generation, its insights, and the culture of the 1950s return when Marilyn Monroe declares she’s getting a divorce from Joe DiMaggio, when James Dean offers a leading part to Prettyboy in Rebel Without a Cause and when Marlon Brando is about to rip out Prettyboy’s heart because he won’t give the shades back
Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Marlon Brando were sock puppets with plastic voices. They were insecure drifters from the unknown. They wanted to destroy the movie industry. They wanted to be idolized as Gods. They wanted admirers to kiss their feet, wipe their butts, feed them lies, clip their toenails, and stuff dreams down their throats.
Their personalities drift with fear. Their tongues slick with anger. Their bodies full of disrespect. Their eyes bloat with cunning in the new novel Prettyboy: Fabulous Fifties Hollywood.
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