Coast Guard drops trailer for ‘Cocaine Whale’
The working title, ‘Blow Whale,’ was dropped after a porn company sued for copyright infringement.
By Slab Squatthrust
HOLLYWOOD - With “Cocaine Bear” finally streamable at home this weekend, the Coast Guard has dropped the trailer for “Cocaine Whale,” a story about a boarding team who had to battle a jacked-up Blue Whale on Satan's dandruff that the Coast Guard says isn’t based on anything else at all.
“Ours just happens to be appearing at the same time for no particular reason,” said Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Linda Fagan.
With all the publicity behind the new Universal film, however, the Hollywood trades are in agreement that the Coast Guard is ready to cash in on what seems like an action-packed ocean adventure on the high seas. In the film, the whale is portrayed as hauling cocaine for the Colombian cartels when it accidentally ingests hundreds of kilos and goes on a drug-fueled rampage.
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