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The national adult film producer HotBoys informed GAY BLOG BR that it is releasing 60 films for free as part of the #StayAtHome campaign, an action to encourage social isolation. Those who are old enough to get a driver’s license and want to check it out can access the official website.

This is the second time that the Rio de Janeiro website presents a solution for those who need to stay at home. In March last year, she also made nine videos available at the beginning of the lockdown. In addition to “salient” films, the channel also provides short stories, web series and reality shows.

The producer HotBoys did more against the coronavirus than the Bolsonaro government
The producer HotBoys did more against the coronavirus than the Bolsonaro government

Hot Boys and the commercial parody with Jennifer Lopez: “Did you break into my village?”

Recently, HotBoys did a parody with the commercial for the virtual game Coin Master, where celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B and Terry Crews star in dialogues in situations about an “attack” in the game: “Did you invade my village?”. In the JLo commercial, for example, the singer goes to a supermarket to find satisfaction with a box that supposedly “attacked her village” in the game.

Starring the actor Igor Baianinho, the salient parody is set in a hotel room, where the protagonist orders a beer and is surprised by the chamberlain:

“Baianinho, did you attack my village? You are going to pay for this, I will invade your a*”– says the actor who takes the beer to the protagonist. Watch the teaser:

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Jornalista formado pela PUC do Rio de Janeiro, dedicou sua vida a falar sobre cultura nerd/geek. Gay desde que se entende por gente, sempre teve desejo de trabalhar com o público LGBT+ e crê que a informação é a a melhor arma contra qualquer tipo de "fobia"