bulges in Films

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  1. wolfrolf

    wolfrolf Member

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    hey. there are some hot films (straight :-( ), where the boys have bulges in
    their pants. for example josh hartnett in "40 days, 40 nights" or jerry o'connell
    in "tomcats" and jason biggs in the 3rd film of "american pie".
    but how do they make it? did someone knows it?

    cu, ROLF
     
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    What does this mean: "but how do they make it? did someone knows it?"
     
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    Check out Kris Kristofferson as Sheriff Charlie Wade in the 1996 movie Lone Star. Wow! There's a long slow close-up shot of Kristofferson from the boots up. OMG! I nearly feel out of my seat when I saw his box. Check it out!
     
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    well, i just want to know is, how the director or disigner do so big bulges
    input in the pants of the man of the movies.....cu, ROLF
     
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    I think you are asking if the bulges are real or if they are enhanced.

    Who the hell knows?

    Just enjoy.
     
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    well, not 100% is that my question. of course it was better, their
    are real, but i think/know, that not. and if not, how they do it?
    a stick? a sausage? or what? cu, ROLF
     
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    Even though I smell a troll, I will humor you.

    A stick? No, didn't your mom tell you that you can put an eye out with a stick.
    A sausage? Not if there are dogs, panthers, chetahs... on the set.
    What remains the question.

    Don't forget, some horses walk on two legs.
     
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    Socks, of course!:burnout:

    I don't doubt there are some actors who are concerned about their image enough that they use some form of padding when required to wear tight pants. Or at least wear "lifting" briefs.

    If it is director's idea there's probably a character/script reason for it - as in Boogie Nights. But then I also wouldn't doubt there are times when a director might tell an actor he's gotta do tight pants but that the actor's true concavity just doesn't make sense for this character and he needs some padding.
     
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    Jude Law's character as a gay hustler in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
    obviously was packing something of a "prop" in the scenes I recall. His freeballing unit was impressively snaked about 7 inches down the leg of his tight trousers, making it a good deal longer than the one that nature endowed him.

    (as we know from the paparazzi pics of him)
     
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    In an interview after the first American Pie, Jason Biggs explained (or tried to!) that it wasn't his penis in the sock during the opening jack-off scene. There was a butcher shop nearby and someone bought a sausage for Jason to use. He said the only problem was that it was still hot!

    Good story, true or not. I suspect he has a very nice sausage of his own!
     
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    Let's no forget about all the old M*A*S*H episodes where there are dozens of VPLs and bulges in plain sight.