The new movie “10 Rules For Sleeping Around” is now in theaters. Written and Directed by Leslie Greif, the movie stars Jesse Bradford, Tammin Sursok, Chris Marquette and Virginia Williams.
This film tells the story of two young couples; one married, one planning to be, all best friends, dealing with the temptation of infidelity.or the movie: Ben and Kate are on the verge of marriage but waiting for Ben’s company to take off before committing. Their best friends Vince and Cameron have been married for years and are finally sharing the secret that keeps their relationship exciting…the ten rules for sleeping around.
“I think its good to have fun and be inspired,” Greif told Classic TV Examiner about making the movie. “This is one of those movies that just… it kind of had me thinking overnight and watching all the antics of the younger generation. Sitting around the bar, they have these crazy ideas. I thought, wouldn’t that be funny? And of course what I lived about it was the woman’s point of view. And when you see the film, its about two women calling the men on their crazy…”oh yeah” and when the guys realize, “holy smokes, these guys mean it. It’s great to finally empower the women in their world.”
The busy producer, who produced the popular History Channel’s mini-series “Hatfields & McCoys,” is heading to Mexico to shoot his next project, “Texas Rising” about the birth of the State of Texas. The series will star Bill Paxton, who appeared in “Hatfields & McCoys,” Brendan Fraser, Ray Liotta,Thomas Jane and Oliver Martinez.
When asked about his 10 Rules for Life, Greif simply has two rules.
“First the golden rule: Treat everybody the same way you want to be treated and you’ll have a really good life. And the second is: Enjoy your life… stay positive.”
Catch “10 Rules For Sleeping Around” in theaters now. Check your local listings for showtimes.