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Arts and Entertainment

Snoop Dogg Congratulates Porn Star For His Shoot at the Coliseum

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We're guessing that the reporters who broke the story that "The Gangbang Girl #32" had been shot at L.A.'s Memorial Coliseum in 2001 were looking into evidence of public corruption or something serious. Given the recent allegations against former top execs, we're curious about just who knew that a porn shoot was taking place in the middle of the stadium—and what they might have received in exchange.

But for now, the star of the porn Mr. Marcus is enjoying mainstream notoriety over a decade after the film's release. He's been getting calls, texts and e-mails all morning congratulating him on his, uh, achievement. His mom called him up today to congratulate him and so did Snoop Dogg, according to the Los Angeles Times.

"[Snoop Dogg] was excited," Mr. Marcus told The Times. "He wants a copy of the movie. I told him I tried to get it for him in exchange for some tickets to the Powerhouse concert."

Mr. Marcus doesn't remember the premise of the film (like everyone else who watched it we're sure) except that it involved football players and cheerleaders and a memorable location.

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He told the Times, "I've made movies for about 20 years and I've done a lot of things, but that one really stands out.... I mean, who gets to have sex on the Coliseum floor?"