CHATSWORTH, CA — First there was American Idol. Then came Teen Idol.
With tongue planted firmly in its triple X cheek, Smash Pictures continues its hit series with volume number 6, Black Man’s Turn, as five teenage girls are paired up with a high profile black performer in a parody of the hit TV series.
Each scene begins as a female contestant is introduced and praised for her skills in the various categories leading her to today’s final challenge. It’s at that point that the satiric tongue is replaced with another part of the anatomy, and the hard core content that Smash is known for begins.
“We took a different approach this time out,” said Sir Real, aka Stuart Wall, Smash’s Head of Production and co-director of the release, “and set this up as a takeoff on the popular show. Every girl is 18 or 19-years-old, and we’ve paired them with the biggest names in the business, Rico Strong, Mr. Marcus, Prince, LT, and CJ Wright.”
The female cast is a mix of white, Latin and Asian, all fresh-faced newcomers who turn in solid professional performances. The stand-out scene is the Mimi Allen / Rico Strong smackdown.
Mimi, a cute, slender Latina, was barely able to control herself during the shoot. “Rico really worked me hard,” she said after a shower. “I was so excited, my legs were trembling. That’s never happened to me. I never had an orgasm that strong. That’s never happened either. My fans are going to love it!”
Shot in High Definition, the release also features the directorial debut of Billy Springfield. “Billy and I alternate directing scenes,” continued Wall. “Billy is great to work with because he comes from a mainstream news background and has lots of technical expertise.”
Shooting wraps this week, and is slated for October release.