Axel Braun Announces More Star Wars Sequels

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LOS ANGELES –– Within 24 hours of the announcement that Disney will buy Lucasfilm Ltd., adult movie director Axel Braun and leading adult studio Vivid Entertainment (www.vivid.com) stepped up pre-production for the sequels to their blockbuster film ‘Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody.’ Released in early 2012, the parody shattered all sales records for adult spoofs, and became the highest selling adult DVD ever.

“We expect adult movie fans will continue to have an interest in our adult ‘Star Wars’ parody movies, so we’ve decided to add a third parody film to the two we already have in pre-production,” says Braun. “This will make a total of four parodies that take place in the ‘Star Wars’ universe, with the next one to be released in September 2013.”

‘Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody,’ believed to be the biggest-budget production in the history of the adult industry, also became its biggest seller. Starring Allie Haze as Princess Leia and Seth Gamble as Luke Skywalker, it was praised for its sensational costumes, sets, elaborate production values and hot erotic scenes, and it recently took home the Best Parody-Comedy trophy at the Nightmoves Awards.

Pop culture site Die-Screaming.com said of “Star Wars XXX , “Axel Braun has really put together something special with this porn parody… injecting a healthy amount of tongue-in-cheek humor. The graphics look amazing…the casting is dead on and it confirms Axel Braun’s reputation for creating highly entertaining porn parodies.”

Braun recently earned his fourth consecutive 5-A critical rating within the year from AVN.com for The Dark Knight XXX: A Porn Parody. His earlier films with Vivid to receive the highest rating were Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody; Avengers XXX: A Porn Parody and Spider-Man XXX: A Porn Parody, which won 2012 AVN Awards in the Best Parody-Drama, and Best Cinematography categories. Braun also won the Director of the Year-Body of Work award for the second year in a row.

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