Superman XXX Coming in November
This November, in the tradition of Batman XXX, comes Vivid Entertainment's Superman XXX, also directed by Axel Braun. The film is designed as a spoof of 1978's Superman: The Movie and 1981's Superman II.
With an all-star cast including Alexis Texas, Lexi Belle, Kristina Rose, Zoe Voss, and Andy San Dimas as Lois Lane, Superman XXX: A Porn Parody is taking the parody genre to a whole new level. Featuring state-of-the-art special effects and Braun's legendary attention for details, the movie will be shot with RED cameras and will once more raise the bar for adult parodies.
"The enormous success of Batman XXX: A Porn Parody made this project very exciting," said Braun. "As usual, I'm trying to recreate the look and feel of the source material and have some fun with it without offending the fans, but while the Batman TV show was shot in studio with a relatively low budget, Richard Donner's movie was a huge production with plenty of exteriors and groundbreaking special effects, so it will be a lot more challenging, and definitely more interesting."
"Axel is terrific at what he does, and he is always 110% committed to his projects," said Steven Hirsch, founder/co-chairman of Vivid. "We’re all happy with the script and Axel has assembled an incredible special FX team. Fans are going to love it."
While Ryan Driller is a relative newcomer, the male cast is rounded up by Randy Spears, James Deen, Eric Masterson, Evan Stone, Alec Knight, and Dale DaBone in the role of Jor-El.
"Dale was my first and only choice for Jor-El," said Braun. "He is the only actor in the industry with the screen presence, looks and charisma to pull this off, and his electrifying comeback performance in Batman XXX: A Porn Parody made him enthusiastic about acting again, which is a blessing for any director."
Superman XXX: A Porn Parody is scheduled for a November release.
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