May 18, 1999 12:11pm
May the Porn be With You!
Source: Entertainment Wire
When the New "Star Wars" Opens Wednesday, the Original Star Will Be Showing Her Sexual Interests on Clublove.com
(SEATTLE, WA)-- Who would have thought that Hollywood's rich and famous pass their time watching the making of a porno flick? Little did we suspect that the likes of Princess Leia and other cinema icons were fans of the art form, according to Internet Entertainment Group.
Six photos of Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia), Timothy Hutton, Richard Dreyfuss, Buck Henry, Matt Stone and Trey Parker watching intently during the making of the XXX-rated film ''Profiles #8'' will be shown at clublove.com starting Wednesday morning, along with the film ''Profiles #8'' in its entirety. In one photo, Fisher and Hutton are sitting side by side on a couch as a couple is engaged in a sex act just inches away from them.
The photos were taken three years ago at the home of movie producer Charles Wessler, one of the associate producers of the original ''Star Wars.'' They were obtained from an undisclosed source by Clublove.com, the notorious Web site that has shown the Pamela Anderson-Tommy Lee ''Honeymoon Video'' and the ''Dirty Dozen'' nude photos of radio talk show personality Dr. Laura Schlessinger.
Carrie Fisher zoomed to fame with the original George Lucas' ''Star Wars'' movie in 1977. Fisher starred as Princess Leia, the strong willed leader of the Rebel Alliance, alongside Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill. ''Star Wars'' is one of the highest grossing films of all time and has a huge cult-like following of fans. The newest film from George Lucas, ''Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace,'' is due to premiere in theaters around the country on Wednesday, concurrent with these photos.
The 38-year-old Hutton has been in films since age five but he got his big break playing Conrad in ''Ordinary People,'' a performance for which he an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor at the age of 20. Fisher, once married to singer Paul Simon, is the daughter of actress Debbie Reynolds and actor/singer Eddie Fisher and is the author of the best selling ''Postcards from the Edge'' as well as other novels and screenplays. Henry is best known as the creator of ''Quark,'' NBC's fantastic 1970s science fiction spoof, from the mind of Buck Henry, was released about the time ''Star Wars'' and ''Close Encounters of the Third Kind.''
Dreyfuss, the current voice of Honda Motors and who is about to marry Los Angeles accountant, Janelle Lacey, this month, has starred in many movies, among them ''Close Encounters of the Third Kind'' and ''The Goodbye Girl'' for which he won an Oscar, becoming the youngest actor to ever win the Best Actor Award. Parker and Stone are co-creators of ''South Park'' and of the porn-spoof ''Orgasmo.'' Wessler produced ''Dumb and Dumber'' and ''Something About Mary.'' The porn stars at the shoot of the movie include Dick Nasty, Stephanie Duval and Patricia Devereux, who retired from the industry this year after she discovered she was HIV positive.