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Getting Played

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Getting Played

Getting Played
DVD Cover of Getting Played
Written by David Silberg
Directed by David Silberg
Starring Vivica A. Fox
Bill Bellamy
Carmen Electra
Stacey Dash
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Eric Manlunas (executive)
Vivica A. Fox
Lita Richardson
Michael Catalano
David Silberg
Cinematography Francis Kenny
Running time 84 minutes
Distributor New Line Cinema
Original release
  • December¬†10,¬†2005¬†(2005-12-10)

Getting Played is a 2005 romantic comedy television film directed by David Silberg, starring Vivica A. Fox, Bill Bellamy, Carmen Electra, and Stacey Dash. The film is about three beautiful women, who decide, on a bet, to select and seduce a total stranger.


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  • Release 3
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The film centers around three very attractive women who, after having many guy troubles themselves, decide to play a prank on a random man. Their goal is to seduce the man while catching the whole sequence on tape and ultimately humiliating him with the footage. Their plan runs into some snags, as the man they choose to prank knows what they are trying to do to him.

The man then has sex with Vivica A. Fox and Carmen Electra's characters while they video tape the intercourse's, only for him to change both tapes. He then goes on a date with Stacey Dash's character only to fall in love with her after finding that they both have a lot in common and they "look good together". In the end, they admit everything to each other, and after five minutes of begging, disturbing a couple eating dinner who they think that they are on a hidden camera show, decide to forgive each other and start out clean and honest.



The movie was released on December 10, 2005 in the USA and the DVD was released on June 13, 2006.

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