Stormy Daniels Wraps Wicked's 'Pretty Dangerous'
LOS ANGELES — Wicked Pictures contract star and director Stormy Daniels has wrapped her female-driven adult adventure film, “Pretty Dangerous.”
The movie stars Daniels along with Asa Akira, Allie Haze and Anikka Albrite.
Daniels said the stunt-packed feature was shot for six days on locations in and around the Southern California coast.
“Pretty Dangerous was an amazing experience. The movie was really big, and it turned out great. Everyone did their own stunts, including Allie Haze, who learned how to jump waves in a speedboat. Anikka did her own scuba diving and Asa rappelled from ceilings upside down," Daniels said.
She added, "I've been planning this movie for six months, and originally planned to film in Florida. We moved the production to California just a few weeks ago, but still found incredible places to film during the six-day shoot, including yachts, mansions and a great mountain location. Everyone went above and beyond to make sure things went well. Jack Vegas even came to my home in Texas to choreograph the fight sequences and Mark Nicholson contributed great underwater photography."
Also in the cast are Stephen St. Croix, Brendon Miller, Chanel Preston, Seth Gamble, Jack Vegas and Mick Blue.
"Shooting for Stormy is always a thrill, and this movie was no different, although this production was definitely bigger. It was such a pleasure to work alongside great talents like Allie, Anikka and Chanel," Akira commented.
She added, "The ‘Pretty Dangerous’ shoot is something I'm pretty proud of surviving — I think I spent 50 percent of it scared out of my mind. Stormy had me hanging upside down from a ceiling at one point, and then the next day she had me in a speedboat going a million miles an hour. Growing up as a city girl, that's something I've definitely never done before. Ultimately, she rewarded me with the chance to fuck Seth Gamble and Chanel Preston, so I'd say we're even. I can't wait to see the final product."
The film is scheduled for a spring 2015 release.