Mayday Parade stars in new movie “How To Make Love To A Woman”

Mayday Parade perform as a band in new movie How To Make Love To A Woman, set to premiere at the San Francisco United Film Festival on June 11th, 2010.

The feature film, which stars Josh Meyers (That 70’s Show, MADtv), Krysten Ritter (Confessions of a Shopaholic, She’s Out of My League) and Ken Jeong (The Hangover, Knocked Up) also features the acting debuts of Ludo’s Andrew Volpe, Yellowcard’s Ryan Key and hellogoodbye’s Forrest Kline and a band performance by Saosin. The movie will be released on DVD on July 13th, 2010 by E1 Entertainment.

Directed by music video director Scott Culver (Saliva, hellogoodbye, Ludo), How To Make Love To A Woman’s tagline is “a comedy of miscommunication between the sheets” (after the MPAA rejected “the answers don’t always come easy”), and follows lead character Andy’s (played by Josh Meyers) myriad attempts to improve his bedroom performance. He consults with everyone from a Buddhist monk to his grandmother to porn icon Jenna Jameson, receiving varying degrees of help. The movie is set at an indie record label, and was actually shot in part at the Fearless Records offices in Huntington Beach, CA.
 
Culver’s music connections also made for a killer soundtrack, including tracks by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, hellogoodbye, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Say No More, Call the Cops and Jack’s Mannequin. The movie also features Ian Somerhalder (Lost, The Vampire Diaries), James Kyson-Lee (Heroes), Nora Kirkpatrick (Greek), and Eugene Byrd (8 Mile).

We’re excited!!

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