Tastiest Food Truck to Hit the Streets Returns with ‘Flying Pink Pig 2’

NORTHRIDGE, Calif.—Eating out at the Flying Pink Pig truck was so good that Metro Movies and Cal Vista, in association with Cheeky Monkey Productions, decided to go back for seconds. The Flying Pink Pig 2 is now live across the AEBN theater network.

The Flying Pink Pig 2 returns with fun loving, sex-crazed nymphomaniacs serving even more recipes guaranteed to make a whole new onslaught of customers cum again and again. This time, one of the biggest names in adult film, Alexis Texas, gets caught up in the madness with fellow co-stars Sunny Lane, Nicki Hunter, Cytherea (the squirter!), Mika Kim, Breanna Sparks, Tess Taylor, Lee Bang, Dale DaBone, TJ Cummings, and Tyler Knight.

In The Flying Pink Pig 2, the girls of The Flying Pink Pig truck go to great lengths to make sure that their villain (played by Ron Jeremy) will not take the truck for good. This time, the whole game is taken to a new (and dirtier) level, when a sex tape appears, putting the girls in turmoil. The girls of The Flying Pink Pig set out to get the tape back, and restore The Flying Pink Pig to its rightful place on the streets of Hollywood. What the girls don’t realize is there’s a hot spoiled brat (played by Alexis Texas) that wants the truck more than anyone. Will the girls get the tape back? Or will the spoiled (and sweet) brat get the truck in the end?

“We had an incredible response from media and fans to the first release, earlier this year,” says Rick Porras, vice president of operations for Metro. “We were given the opportunity to add Alexis Texas to the cast, and we feel she adds an absolutely fun and sexy character to an already amazing cast of talent. We are excited to release The Flying Pink Pig 2 to everyone who enjoyed the first.”

National media jumped on the story of the original movie, directed by award-winning director Erica McLean (Alice). The gourmet catering truck, The Flying Pink Pig, created international responses from places such as The Los Angeles Weekly, The Huffington Post, LA Ist, The Los Angeles Times, New York Magazine, Business Insider, Food and Drink, Gawker, Eater, Unrated Perez (Perez Hilton), and many others. Even Zagat got in on the fun.

Erica recently spoke with the Associated Press for an exclusive interview about the making of The Flying Pink Pig. TMZ, the Internet’s premiere address for entertainment news, reported a lawsuit involving the “restaurant-on-wheels”

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