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When the slags at MTV went to the movies, Iron Ore Slag PORN star Chad Michaels was there to pay homage

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Posted February 08, 2020 09:03:24It’s no secret that Chad Michaels is a huge slaghead, but for many fans, the star of MTV’s Iron Ore slagumentary and other MTV films like The Body, My Name is Jonas, and The Man With the Iron Fist has a special place in their hearts.

A few years ago, the MTV star made his MTV debut as a character in The Body and the hit movie The Man with the Iron Fists.

He then starred in the films The Body And The Man Without The Iron Fist, and the latter was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

While some fans were quick to judge the film based on the premise, others took it a step further and dubbed the film Iron Ore.

Michaels, who has a long history with the entertainment industry, was the first to publicly comment on the film, saying that the title was inspired by his mother.

In an interview with E!

Online, Michaels explained how he came up with the title.

“I think of my mother and my dad, and they were in a bar in my hometown of Columbus, Ohio, and I had this song, so I decided to do something like ‘My Name Is Jonas’ and put the title on the record,” Michaels said.

“I thought that it would be a cool name, because it’s a song that my mom and my grandma, and my grandmother’s grandma, used to sing to me when I was little.

It was my grandmother.

I was like, ‘Well, I can use it for a title,’ and I just did it.”

In honor of the film’s release, fans have created Iron Ore PORN characters to go along with their own Iron Ore songs.

One of the first Iron Ore characters was the rapper Jazzy Jeff, who went on to be a rapper and a member of the hip hop group Run-DMC.

Another character who made his appearance was the “head slag,” or an actual iron ore slags face.

Michaels also revealed that he also drew inspiration for his own Iron Odysseus character from a photo of his grandfather.

“It’s funny, because when I got that photo of my grandfather and a bunch of iron ore, I said, ‘You know what?

I got a name for this.

Iron Odanses.’

It’s just the way my grandfather was,” Michaels recalled.

“So it’s kind of like a tribute to my grandfather, and it’s just a great way to celebrate Iron Ore.”

For fans of the films, the title of Iron Ore has been a source of pride.

A few years back, the director of the movie said he wished he could wear a belt around his waist, but he couldn’t because of his Iron Ore costume.

In a recent interview with MTV News, Michaels told E!

about the reaction to his Iron Odyssey attire.

“When we first did the film and started filming it, there was a lot of discussion about it, and people were saying, ‘We wish Iron Ore would come back,’ and so it’s always kind of been like that,” Michaels continued.

“When I first went to film it, it was kind of crazy.

It had this vibe of, ‘Oh my god, this is the most awesome movie ever.'”

While Iron Ore isn’t necessarily his biggest movie, it does have some very recognizable elements.

For instance, the name Iron Odens comes from his mother, Iron Odeans, which is a reference to Iron Ore’s mother, who is Iron Ore, which means “daughter of iron.”

The movie also features some very well-known characters from the Iron Odyseus saga.

One notable character, the Iron Man, is voiced by actor Paul Bettany, and he is voiced as the Iron Ore-based superhero.

The film also features a cameo from a character from the original film named Iron Odor.

In the movie, Odor is the character who takes over Odysseys body in order to defeat Iron Ore and take over the world.

“The Iron Odors are kind of a cool group of guys that go around doing good deeds and doing some cool stuff,” Michaels explained.

“It was kind to see a guy who goes around helping the Iron Ores.

It’s really cool to see him, and hopefully people are going to be like, [like] ‘Wow!

He’s cool.'”

The film, Iron Odiesseus: The Movie, hits theaters on March 9.

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