Lexington Steele Stars in Upcoming DreamZone Title
VAN NUYS, CA — DreamZone Entertainment has announced a July release date for "The Housewives of Lexington Steele," an interracial movie starring Steele and four top female performers.
Chanel Preston, Bridgette B, India Summer, and Jada Stevens play bored and horny housewives who will find any excuse to get nailed by Steele.
Preston, who joins Steele on the box cover, plays a jealous wife who believes her husband is cheating on her. When she hires a private investigator, she turns out to be the cheater. Bridgette B is looking for a job as a personal assistant, and she is not afraid to use her “charms” to get the position. When a burglar breaks into India Summer’s house, she must make a decision between her belongings or her pussy. Finally, Jada Stevens is a dedicated wife, but when her husband gets in over his head with the tax collector, she takes care of business her way.
Preston is the February 2012 Penthouse Pet and 2011 XBIZ Best New Starlet, while Summer is the 2012 XBIZ MILF Performer of the Year. Stevens is an Urban X award winner, while Bridgette B, was July 2010 Danni Girl, among other accoloades.
"The Housewives of Lexington Steele" is a two-disc collector’s edition that will also include SFW “friendly” versions of some of DreamZone’s classic parody adaptions, as well as Bonus Scenes, Trailers and Photo Galleries.
Adam Hasner, VP of DreamZone Entertainment, remarked, “We are very excited to have Lexington Steele directing for us. Fans love him, and for obvious reasons. He has what most men can only dream of: 13 inches and the opportunity to fuck the most beautiful women in the world. ‘The Housewives of Lexington Steele’ has four of those women all in one title. Chanel Preston, India Summer and Bridgette B have all been fan favorites for us, and we think that Jada Stevens will soon be too.”
Hasner added, “We will be releasing ‘The Housewives of Lexington Steele’ in July, and we will be running a strong PR campaign between now and then, with magazine coverage and social media coverage as well.”