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The Ultimate Freak Diva

Riley Greenleaf
I know this young guy who’s interested in doing porn, so I took him to dinner,” the svelte, hard-bodied Marie Luv told XBIZ as she stands, in all her exquisite sexiness, beside the glistening water of a massive swimming pool high up in the world-famous Hollywood Hills.

Donning casual blue jeans, an orange T-shirt and white high-heels, she continued with her real-life anecdote.

“Then I take this same guy to a porn party and finally ask him, ‘So, do you like butt-lovin’?’ And he’s like, ‘You mean me? Butt-loving me?’ And I’m like, ‘No! Do you like to fuck girls up the ass?’ And he’s like, ‘I-I don’t know … m-maybe …’ So I told him, ‘Nah, you can’t cut it. I like to get fucked up my ass — that’s a requirement at Marie Luv Entertainment.”

The 27-year-old native southern Californian, and star of well over 300 titles since entering the industry back in the first part of the new millennium, is well known for blisteringly in-your-face anal and DP scenes. And, next to her good friend Jada Fire, she’s absolutely one of the hottest, nastiest, most popular black performers in the biz.

And now she’s making her own movies for Marie Luv Entertainment, under the umbrella of performer/director Justin Slayer’s new distribution company, Justin Slayer International.

Her pal Slayer had, in fact, been trying to get Luv behind the camera for years. But the latter had always been hesitant. Until, that is, Slayer developed a distribution outfit through which Luv and other directors could own their own titles.

Her first directorial effort for JSI is the dynamically interracial “Marie Luv’s Hard Way or Go Home.” And, as she gets ready to direct the movie’s second scene on location, Luv is sincerely excited about the whole project.

Understandable, seeing as the movie stars such porn heavyweights as Alexis Texas, Sasha Grey, Jada Fire, Luv herself (appearing in each and every scene) and Avy Scott, who sits relaxing in a chaise lounge chair beside the oversized swimming pool and listens intently to Luv talk about the movie.

Luv now stops talking to smile wolfishly over at Scott.

“This is Avy’s first interracial scene in like forever, too,” she said, “and her second boy-girl in three years.”

For the record, helping Luv with all of this hardcore interracial fun is performer/director Vanessa Blue, who previously helmed several volumes of the “Black Reign” and “Super Whores” series for Mercenary Pictures. Blue will be operating the camera during all sex scenes involving Luv as well as assisting her with the film’s editing.

And as Luv forges her reputation as a formidable black female director, how does she actually feel about her position as one of the best black performers?

“Well,” Luv commented with no little degree of passion, “it’s not like there haven’t been plenty of black girls in the business over the past 10 years. It’s just that there haven’t been any black girls who stand out and really dig what they’re doing. A lot of ’em don’t stick around long because their scenes suck, and the reason for that is you can tell that they’re here for just one reason: the money. That’s why I think the business has been lacking in good, consistent, attractive black female talent for so long.

“And then here comes me, Jada, Jasmine Cashmere and other girls who are all really enthusiastic about the whole thing. And it’s like, we’re performers. We’re not here just to make fast money.”

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