Metro Resurrects Cal Vista Line, Taps Melissa Monet to Direct

Bob Johnson

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. — In another restructuring move, Metro Interactive announced the revival of its classic Cal Vista brand and has tapped performer Melissa Monet as its first director.

Monet will helm a solo vignette production titled “Blu Dreams 2.” The director has written and directed for many top tier companies and starred in the infamous “Taboo” series and the award winning all-girl “No Man’s Land.”

The star comes to Cal Vista with a decade long relationship with Metro with a number of talents including writing the popular parody, “The Jeffersons” in 2009.

“I knew that if we were going to bring this legendary brand back, Melissa would be a great asset in the resurrection.” said Alexandra Taylor, Metro’s special projects manager.

“She is set to create a delicious, erotic piece, where 12 of the most desirable women in adult films engage in beautifully seductive sexual exploration.”

The new film stars Jessica Bangkok, Kimberly Kane, Jada Fire, Andy San Dimas, Julia Ann, Ariella Ferrera, Marie Luv, and a number of other starlets.

Production begins this week in Los Angeles.

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