The board members then agree to strongly emphasize the dangers of the product via its new commercials.
A developing company is having a meeting in their headquarters over their newly released product, the "i Babe", which is a life-sized, realistic replica of a nude woman which functions as an MP3 player.
The boss (Richard Gere) listens to his various workers (Kate Bosworth, Aasif Mandvi and Jack Mc Brayer) argue over the placement of a fan that was built into the genital region of the i Babe, which is dismembering the penises of teenage boys who attempt to have sex with them.
Afterward, a deadly earthquake rumbles and mankind is lost. Beth (Kate Winslet) is a single businesswoman who goes on a blind date with Davis (Hugh Jackman), the city's most eligible bachelor.
However, a few years later the only survivor, a crippled Calvin, finds Baxter's laptop still working despite viral infections. When the two arrive together at a restaurant, Beth is shocked when he removes his scarf, revealing a pair of testicles dangling from his neck.
The film took almost a decade to get into production as most studios rejected the script, which was eventually picked up by Relativity Media for $6 million.
The film was shot over a period of several years, as casting also proved to be a challenge for the producers.
Wessler tries to calm Schraeder down with more story ideas to no avail, but Mone pulls out a gun and shoots Schraeder to death. They tell Baxter of a film that's so dangerous it will cause the annihilation of the world. They find the sketches starting from the 43rd search on the list of results. J.'s classmate Stevie Schraeder (Nate Hartley), film executive Griffin Schraeder's oldest son, hostage.
The segment ends with it being revealed that it is being shot by a camera crew as part of the movie, leading into the final segments. (Adam Cagley) make a video in the style of MTV's Jackass and upload it on You Tube where it instantly reaches over 1,000,000 views. Vrankovich warns them that if they find Movie 43, civilization will be left to ruins. They eventually find the real, the one and only Movie 43, which turns out to involve Baxter as a profane commando who leads a group of recruits to survive after the world has ended.
The structure of the film released in some countries, like the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, differs. This turns out to be an April Fool's prank from Calvin's younger brother Baxter (Devin Eash), who cloned You Tube and hyper-inflated the views while working on his science project. As Calvin finishes ruining Baxter's laptop, their mother (Beth Littleford) enters, wearing the same shirt and shorts that the woman in the strip tease video wore, causing Calvin to flip out after realizing that he had masturbated to a video of his mother.
Instead of a pitch, the films are connected by a group of three teenagers searching for the most banned film in the world, Movie 43, which will ultimately lead to the destruction of civilization. He also has visions, and finds semen from his erect crotch on his hand causing him to stare at his hand in shock and horror. as part of the Blu-ray Disc of Movie 43 as an unrated alternate cut of the film.
Movie 43 is a 2013 American anthology comedy film co-directed and produced by Peter Farrelly, and written by Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko among others.