Evil Angel Releasing John Leslie's Final Scenes
VAN NUYS, Calif. — The final movie scenes directed by adult legend John Leslie are being released by Evil Angel on Sept. 28.
The actor/director who passed last year is being immortalized in a collector’s package titled “What the Fuck! Big Tits, Bitches and Ass: I Must Be in Heaven.”
The deluxe 2-DVD set includes performances led by adult star Chanel Preston and a cameo appearance by Leslie himself. The package also comes with a bonus disc with more than 400 rare photographs along with tributes to Leslie from his friends and peers, including fellow Evil Angel auteurs John Stagliano, Joey Silvera, Rocco Siffredi and Cristoph Clark.
“Instead of the usual four scenes, John’s wife Kathleen decided to use all six in one movie to give his fans a special farewell,” said Christian S. Mann, Evil Angel general manager.
He added, “The addition of a ‘John Leslie Tribute’ bonus disc, will give his fans insight into John Leslie, the man. It includes a retrospective of John’s life, career, art and music in pictures and video footage. John Leslie was an accomplished director to be sure, but he was so much more than that. He was an actor, painter, musician, chef, raconteur, friend and husband… and he excelled at all of these. My experience working with him the last two years revealed him to be an irascible perfectionist who didn’t mince words. He called it as he saw it, so we knew if he was pissed, but we also knew that when he ended a conversation with a compliment, that he meant it. Like a true bluesman, John spoke from the heart.”
Leslie’s cameo as “The Voyeur” is featured in a torrid scene with Katie Jordin, Sheena Ryder and Rocco Reed. Other scenes include Tasha Reign and Jenna Presley with Mark Ashley; Chanel Preston and Christian; Candy Manson and Bill Bailey; Jada Stevens with Toni Ribas and Mark Wood; and Ally Kay with Bruce Venture.
The tribute bonus disc also includes clips from Leslie’s last four acting performances, director and Leslie disciple Kevin Moore’s tribute from the 2010 Los Angeles memorial service, and music from the John Leslie Blues Band.
Leslie’s longtime friend Joey Silvera said the collection is “EPIC! A collector’s item, and the last work of a genius!”
To view the hardcore trailer click here.