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Brent Corrigan Thinks James Franco’s “King Cobra” Demonstrates “Contempt” For Queer Culture

by Derek de Koff October 03, 2016


In case you missed it the first time, Brent Corrigan has reiterated that he doesn’t at all approve of James Franco‘s King Cobra. 

Related: Brent Corrigan Blasts Hollywood For “Bastardizing” His Life, Cashed That Check All The Same

Based on Corrigan’s porn career and deeply bizarre relationship with Cobra Video founder Bryan Kocis, the film received its first official US trailer last week and is finally coming to theaters on October 21.

In response to a Twitter fan asking about the veracity of the film, Corrigan said, “No true telling about it. Not approved by me. It tells a story with contempt for queer culture & mockery for porn.”

He also claims the film makes a “mockery” of the gay adult film industry.

Related: The 5 Lives Of Sean Paul Lockhart, AKA Brent Corrigan

Starring James Franco, Christian Slater, Garrett Clayton, Alicia Silverstone, and Molly Ringwald, the highly anticipated movie chronicles Corrigan’s rise in the gay porn industry and Kocis’ murder at the hands of two rival producers.

According to the investigating coroner, Kocis was stabbed 28 times and his throat was cut, nearly decapitating him. His body was left in his house before it was set on fire. Officials had to use dental records to identify Kocis because his body was burned beyond recognition.

Kocis’ involvement and subsequent legal battle with a then-underage Brent Corrigan, aka Sean Lockhart, added an unhealthy dose of scandal to the already-nutso story.

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