Video: New Sensations Rolls Out 'Laws of Love' Trailer
LOS ANGELES — New Sensations has released the trailer for "Laws of Love," the latest entry in the company's XBIZ Award-winning Romance Series that will hit the streets on April 7.
The cast for "Laws of Love" features several performers who are making their first appearance in a Romance Series movie.
Romi Rain, Jessa Rhodes, Anikka Albrite, Aaliyah Love, RyanMcLane, Mick Blue, Logan Pierce, and Van Wylde round out the principal performers.
"I was incredibly honored to be part of a New Sensations' feature like 'Laws of Love,'" said leading lady, Romi Rain. "The entire cast and crew were beautiful, hilarious, and committed to making a great finished product...and the sex scenes were pretty fantastic too. It was a wild new adventure and I hope that everyone loves what we've created."
"Laws of Love" is a romantic comedy that centers around a successful, young attorney, Martin Hitch (Ryan McLane) who has just about everything he could possibly want — except for a good woman to share his life with. After a string of dating debacles with some comically, incompatible women, Martin's prospects of ever finding Mrs. Wonderful look bleak.
But when Alexandra (Rain), a new attorney being considered for the promotion that he was actually next in line for, takes a position at his firm, his world is turned upside down. Drawn in by her razor-sharp wit and stunning good looks, Martin's left wondering if the woman stealing his job — might also be stealing his heart.
"Laws of Love" was helmed by the 2013 XBIZ Director of the Year, Eddie Powell, and written by new adult industry writer, Brownie Garcia.
Powell, who got his start in adult features working on The Romance Series, was thrilled to be back directing romantic comedies. Previous Romance Series titles include "Lost and Found," "The Friend Zone," and "A Little Part of Me."
"Romantic comedies make great date-night movies for couples — and this film will be no exception,” Powell said. “Combining both slap-stick comedy (mostly coming from Martin's hilarious dating disasters) with genuinely romantic connections between some of the most unlikely of pairs, 'Laws of Love' incorporates all of the elements that make for an enjoyable film."