Adult Industry News
Sat, Mar 07 2009 12:00pm PST
Porn stars crossing over to achieve mainstream success isn’t just limited to the ranks of performers, or America. At the 81st Academy Awards held last week in Hollywood, Calif., a former Japanese porn director took home the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
Fri, Mar 06 2009 05:30pm PST
After many years of rumors and innuendo about an adult movie shot in Howard Stern’s former studio, the tape’s mastermind is officially — and aggressively — shopping the footage to the highest bidder.
Fri, Mar 06 2009 02:00pm PST
Adult stars have been crossing over into the mainstream with more regularity and it seems like Maxim magazine is just catching on. The men’s mag explores the porn-to-mainstream connection in its March issue on newsstands now.
Thu, Mar 05 2009 01:45pm PST
Adultcon has been sued by a quartet of BBW adult performers who allege they signed on as exhibitors and then were bounced from the December show after the operator viewed their photos.
Wed, Mar 04 2009 03:00pm PST
After releasing just one sex tape, Amy Fisher decided she hadn’t had her fill of the adult entertainment industry. Fisher has decided to jump into the business with both feet by launching a website, feature dance tour and is even negotiating with “one of the major studios” to become a contract girl.
Mon, Mar 02 2009 01:15pm PST
State Assemblyman Alberto Torrico has introduced a bill that would place a tax on adult entertainment products sold in California.
Fri, Feb 27 2009 10:00am PST
Washington state's the Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimony Wednesday from prosecutors who are urging to pass a bill that would make it a felony to view child pornography online.
Fri, Feb 27 2009 07:00am PST
Former adult star Jenna Jameson has launched her new fragrance line, “Heartbreaker.”
Thu, Feb 26 2009 11:45am PST
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted today to send David W. Ogden's name to the full Senate for a confirmation vote for the position of deputy attorney general.
Thu, Feb 26 2009 10:00am PST
Octuplet mother Nadya Suleman is not interested in Vivid Entertainment's offer of $1 million to perform on camera