Tucker Max‘s much anticipated (cough) movie is coming out this week.
First off, as we have suggested in the past – Tucker Max was your former FBLA editor, Mayrav Saar‘s drag king name for many many years. And this tool bag blogger totally ripped her off. Her new one? Blazen Wand. Shh. Don’t tell her we dished.
Anyway, LAist gave the movie I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell a pretty stellar review. Of course Max sued their sister blog Bostonist for libel. We emailed the editor for comment. We’re waiting to hear back.
The picture above, taken and sent to us by Evan Meyer on 3rd Street in LA, is of an anti-Tucker Max – we mean anti-rape product known as Rape-aXe. It’s a little like the reported Va Fan Culo in New York. But it’s LA, so the campaign is not just denouncing something – it’s advertising something else.
We did watch the two-minute trailer and it brings to mind the quote from Keith Olbermann minutes after Sarah Palin was unleashed onto the world,”People who like this type of thing are going to find that this is the type of thing they like.”
Also check out our sister blog AgencySpy for the ads for the movie that were too harsh to make the cut.
Previously on FBLA:
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- Winner of Second Place Behind Slate/Travoltified: The LA Times
- Novelist Andrea Cremer Chose Veronica Mars Over a Summer Vacation
- Columnist to Alec Baldwin: Silicon Valley Nerds 'Would Adore You'