Is Dylan Vox's new feature film too Gay?

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Today Vanderhart Productions announced the Summer 2009 release of its new film, "Homewrecker," a gay comedy and a hilarious parody of Lifetime Channel's movies for women starring Dylan Vox.

While completing post production for their new film "Homewrecker" the producers were surprised to get a call from their color correction lab. It seems this lab has a extreme case of "homophobia". They refused to work on the film even though they had a contract. The reason given "it made them uncomfortable due to all the gay characters!!" Hmmm what did they prefer--a gay comedy without gay characters? Interesting to think that a lab dedicated to film production in a recession economy would decide to decline work, break their contract and risk legal action.

Adapted from the hit 2006 Los Angeles stage production of "Naked Decception," the feature-length film tells the story of three happily married gay couples who fall under the seductive spell of hunky bad boy Shawn..

Reprising his stage role, Dylan Vox stars in the title role of this gay comedy. Watching his antics as the charming, irresistible homewrecker is both unnerving and hilarious, right down to the guaranteed happy ending. Vox had starring roles on two cable series on the Here Channel, "Dantes Cove," and more recently, "The Lair."

The film co-stars Rebekah Kochan as Sheila, Shawn's partner in crime. Kochan starred in the gay comedy feature "Eating Out" and "Eating Out Part II" as well as "Halloween Night" and "When a Killer Calls."

"We enjoy producing comedies that are pure entertainment for and about gay people," said executive producer Bruce L. Hart. Asked if he would sue the production house that refused to complete their contractual obligation Hart said "We've considered it but probably not. We have a great film, a terrific cast and there are lots of color correction labs in Los Angeles".

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