Falcon: Over The Edge
From the beginning, the Falcon man has been the clean-cut All-American, evolving from the smooth beach boys of the 1980s to the jocks of today. He’s always had a dirty mind, but the studio has decided it’s time he had a little edge, too. Enter Falcon Edge, a new line that debuted last month with the release of “Ready to Fuck” — the first of six to eight titles the studio is expected to release in the series each year.
“The idea was for me to take over the Guys Like Us line in the beginning. With much discussion and brainstorming, it evolved into Falcon Edge and became my baby,” says director Nick Foxx. “I have a few goals with Falcon Edge. I really want the viewer to have fun with it. I’m going to keep the high production value and beautiful cast that you expect coming from Falcon. I want to keep with Falcon history, but also write my own.”
The line injects a little attitude in the Falcon establishment, giving it some of the DNA shared by its former Mustang line and sister studio Raging Stallion (although stopping short of some of the more extreme content out there, like Titan’s Rough line).
“I think this line is somewhere in between. It will have a different flare since my style isn’t the same as our other directors. I feel with the Falcon Edge line I get to take my favorite parts of our other lines and mix them together for this brand,” says Foxx, who signed with the studio last year after starting his career at Randy Blue. In addition to the Edge line, Foxx will also helm other select projects for Falcon and Raging Stallion.
“Nick has been working for us for about a year, and I really wanted to give him a special project that would allow him to fully realize his talents,” says Chris Ward, president, Falcon Studios/Raging Stallion Studios. “Because of our Raging Stallion talent pool of muscular, beautiful and hairy men, I wanted to launch a Falcon line that would showcase some of these guys, often paired with traditional, clean-cut Falcon types. The results so far are impressive. Falcon Edge, as realized by Nick, speaks with a modern voice, made exactly for what today’s guys want to see.”
Foxx moved to Los Angeles from New York and started with Randy Blue shortly after turning 21. He was brought on to help with their live shows part time — and very quickly learned to become a fulltime editor, cameraman, photographer and director. His first big release, “That 70’s Gay Porn Movie,” came out in 2009 to widespread acclaim from both fans and critics.
“It landed me for a Best Director nomination at the Grabbys that year. I was actually on stage with Chris and Tony [DiMarco], who I work with now,” Fox says. “I’ve had a background in photography since I was in high school, and knew I wanted to pursue something creative. I get to direct the most beautiful men in the world having sex. What’s better than that? I work in the pleasure business for a reason. I want our viewer to really enjoy my work. It’s been an honor working for Falcon Studios and with Chris. I feel very lucky that I get to take on a project like this. It’s not every day Falcon gives you your own brand.”
Falcon Edge is billed as showing what happens “When Good Boys Get Bad.” Content will appear on the studio’s website, and offer “fast-paced, high-energy” sex — including facials and cum eating, something every scene in “Ready to Fuck” features. The debut entry is headlined by exclusives Ryan Rose, Landon Conrad and Connor Maguire.
“I’m pairing your classic-looking Falcon models with edgier-looking guys. The scenes, production and the guys, though edgy, will all be polished. But it’s also something that will stand out from the current Falcon world, which is exciting for me,” says Foxx. “Fans can expect a forcefulness with the sex. There’s always going to be high-energy pounding. Some roughhousing, spitting, punching with some kink thrown in. There will also always be great cumshots. As a director and viewer, I personally like to have facials, cum swapping, snowballing. Having the bottom cum and the top lube his dick up with it and keep pounding away. That’s fun and sexy for me to film.”