"I met Dimitri three months ago in Russia and could tell he had the raw talent to become a star," said Michael Lucas, director and studio principal. "I helped him come to the U.S. and signed him as an exclusive right away."
Lucas praised Romanov's "unbridled sexuality" and notes that he is "versatile and enjoys fucking and getting fucked, which I find valuable in a performer."
Romanov is "incredibly sexy," said mr. Pam, Lucas Entertainment creative director. "His fun personality and bubble butt are so adorable. Plus, watching his fat, uncut cock stand at attention while he's getting his ass pounded is mesmerizing."
"Entrapment" is an all-male feature whose theme has been ripped from recent headlines in New York City. Police have arrested a number of men and charged them with prostitution; however, some have questioned the tactics involved and claimed the men were entrapped by undercover officers.
Michael Lucas has moved to fictionalize these events. "Police in New York are hunting gay people, arresting them in porn stores, and falsely accusing them of prostitution," he told XBIZ in an earlier interview.
"In other words, they are discriminating against gay men, as all of these incidents only happened in gay adult video stores." The company hopes its erotic spin will boost public outcry and lend support to an official investigation.
Romanov will anchor two scenes featuring costars Vin Costes and Ryan Raz. "I'm so happy to be working with Michael and living in the United States," he said. "Michael has helped me start a path towards the American Dream. This is a great opportunity and I will not let him down."
"Entrapment" drops on March 23. Romanov will next be seen in "Wall Street," Lucas Entertainment's 100th adult feature.
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