Anonymous said: hi! u make very interesting movies(rare to see in porn),do u have a story beforehand & then start selecting the suitable characters or first u choose the characters & story follows according the characters personality....i mean the approach to two of my fav porns starring remy lacroix & penny pax!
It depends. A lot of times a performer will inspire me to write. Anthony Rosano inspired me to write, The Friend Zone. Maddy O’Reilly inspired me to write The Sexual Liberation of Anna Lee. Richie Calhoun inspired me to write Love is a Dangerous Game.
Almost always, I try to imagine the perfect cast in my head before I put “pen to paper” and then I write to the ability of each of those performers. The only time there’s been a gigantic monkey wrench in my plans was when I had written The Submission of Emma Marx with Remy LaCroix and Xander Corvus in mind and then found out they had quit the business right as we were going into pre-production. I’ve always said it was a blessing in disguise, because I wound up with stellar performances from Penny Pax and Richie Calhoun so…it worked out exactly as it should. I ended up scripting The Temptation of Eve for Xander Corvus and Remy La Croix when they came out of retirement. That worked out perfectly too!
I got extremely lucky with Steven St. Croix with Torn. Steven returned to the business right when we were casting for Torn. He walked into my office, introduced himself, and I knew immediately…he would be perfect for the role. And…he was. He won three of the most prestigious Best Acting awards that year for his role as “Drew.” A year later, Remy LaCroix followed in his footsteps for her role in The Temptation of Eve.
With shorter vignettes, I cast first and then write the scenes according to the performer’s personality. That usually brings out the best performance! Write to a performer’s ability. Don’t try and fit a square peg in a round hole.
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