Movie sequel teases hot gay Atlanta connections

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You’ve waited patiently. You may have even put out to make it happen. Now the Georgia-loving filmmakers of “More Scenes from a Gay Marriage” lift the towel on a sneak peek at what it’s packing. Looks like your perseverance will pay off.

Actor-Director Matt Riddlehoover finally delivers on his promise to show us plenty of gay Atlanta favorite model and reality star Rodiney Santiago as well as gay Atlanta actor, swimsuit modeland officially hot guyJared Allman. In fact, it shows more of them than most of us have seen to date. Even more than this.And this.

Both men pop up in their underwear and flash some booty in the trailer for the film, which gets all meta in its follow-up to Riddlehoover’s original “Scenes from a Gay Marriage.” The “movie within a movie” sounds more confusing in the announcementof the trailer release than it really is.

Leigh, Darren's ex, has made a gay-themed film (starring Charlie David and Rett Terrell) about how Darren (Matt Riddlehoover) and Joe (Jared Allman) met and fell in love. As a result of the film's success, Darren and Joe begin to question whether their domestic partnership is as exciting or romantic as what led up to it.

Thashana McQuiston reprises her role as Luce, Darren's sharp-tongued gal pal, and Rodiney Santiago (Logo's A List) co-stars as a sexy masseur… who rubs Darren the wrong way.

Confused? Watch the trailer above, pre-order your own copy of the full-length movie, keep an eye out for it at gay film festivals as early as this fall, and check out stills of Allman and Santiago from the film below. Find morehere.


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