Cezar Capone Rolls Out New Titles

Slav Kandyba
MIAMI — South Beach may be fun the in the sun for some, but for adult studio Cezar Capone Productions the middle of winter is proving to be all about work.

The studio released a slew of new titles this month, including “Bangin’ Average Joe,” “My Neighbor’s Sex Tapes,” “Viva La Bus” and “Miami’s Juiciest Vol. 1.” Dirty Sanchez of Bang Bros. fame directed the latter two, with “Viva La Bus” being his debut for Cezar Capone. The two previously worked on Club Jenna productions.

“Miami’s Juiciest” is about spotlighting ethnic girls with natural, busty curves — of which there’s a “big supply” in South Florida, particularly Miami and South Beach, Dirty Sanchez told XBIZ.

Next up for Cezar Capone is a return to feature territory — with a twist.

“Our next big thing is ‘Johnny Loves Morgan,” Capone told XBIZ. “It’s unbelievably beautiful. It’s a new version of an old love story.”

Emily Rigby, who previously directed “My Personal Panties” for Cezar Capone, directed “Neighbor’s Sex Tapes Vol. 3.” Next up for her will be “18 with Proof,” which is themed around girls showing their IDs before filming scenes. It will be released early November, Capone said.

For “Bangin’ Average Joe,” starring McKenzie Miles, Capone relied on responses to Craigslist ads from men who never before appeared in adult films.

“A lot of guys failed, a lot of guys made it,” he told XBIZ. “It was a lot of fun.”

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