Lucas Entertainment Gets Boy George Tracks for Manhattan Heat

Lucas Entertainment's 29th release, Manhattan Heat, will feature music by Boy George/The Twin, Michael Lucas, Lucas Entertainment founder and president, announced in a press release today.

"I've known Boy George for quite some time now," said Lucas, "and I've been a fan for even longer. I'm so happy that we finally found a way to collaborate, especially since this is my biggest production ever."

George, under his recording alias The Twin, gave Lucas a CD of tracks to choose from. In keeping with the Lucas Entertainment format of only natural sound during sex scenes, the selected tracks will be used only to enhance the plot.

"We're using one track at the start of the film as a kind of radio-broadcast track," said Manhattan Heat writer and editor Tony Dimarco. "It really sets the mood for the movie, showcasing the beat of the city and the heat of the summer all in one."

Shot last summer in New York City, Manhattan Heat, according to the press release, "explores the steamy drama that occurs between a cast of horny hunks who are too hot and bothered to sit around fanning themselves." The five-scene movie, which will be released January 15, stars Wilfried Knight, Erik Grant, J., and Michael Lucas, along with studs Arpad Miklos, Fredrick Ford, Asoka, Gabriel Sinclair, and internet star Matt Hyland.

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