NEW YORK CITY – The world received a double dose of Caitlyn Jenner on Monday as the American culture, fashion and politics magazine, Vanity Fair, released their upcoming cover with Caitlyn sitting on a stool and the man-turned-woman also announced participation in an upcoming feature remake being released later in the year.
Caitlyn Jenner is the new identity for 65-year-old, Bruce Jenner, a former Olympic gold medalist and parent of six children, who recently completed the male-to-female transition that began in the 1980s with hormone replacement therapy, but was put on hold when Jenner met Kris Kardashian in the early 1990s.
In addition to the change that Caitlyn claims is more mental and lifestyle related than physical, Jenner also announced participation in the remake of a classic 1992 film from Universal Pictures, Stop! Or My Mom? Will Shoot. The original film starred Sylvester Stallone as a tough detective and Estelle Getty as his crime-fighting mother and the remake, being produced by Stallone, will feature 19-year-old Kendall Jenner and her new mother, Caitlyn Jenner.
“We wanted to create a movie that gets people asking questions,” said Stallone in reference to the film being released on July 10th.
“We believe the new addition to the title, the question mark, will get them asking those questions.” Stallone added, while holding up a framed picture of the movie’s new cover alongside the Vanity Fair cover.
According to a brief summary provided by Kendall Jenner via her Twitter account (@KendallJenner), the movie will follow the original story, only this time around, Kendall will play the tough detective with Caitlyn overcoming a tough label identity classification crisis as Kendall’s father-turned-mother that at the conclusion of the film, leaves the audience knowing who Caitlyn Jenner really is.
The only other major change (no pun intended), according to Kendall, will be the film’s rating, which is switching from PG-13 to R, because of a controversial sexual scene involving Caitlyn’s new and original identities that Kendall claims “adds a plot twist no one will see coming.”