Vivid, Axel Braun Release 'Wolverine' Parody Online
LOS ANGELES — Vivid Entertainment has released “Wolverine XXX: An Axel Braun Parody” online at Vivid.com.
The film is also available on VividTV and the DVD version will be in stores on Sept. 10.
A spoof of the fan favorite comic character that entered pop culture after the Vietnam War, director Axel Braun said he'd approached his latest adult parody movie with his usual attention to detail.
“Wolvie has always been one of my favorite superheroes, and I wanted to do him justice,” Braun, said. “Even though Hugh Jackman did a terrific job making the character his own, there were several things that always bothered me, one being his height (Wolverine is supposed to be much shorter), and the other one the fact that in six movies he still hasn’t worn the iconic yellow/blue costume…so I decided to fix all that.”
Adult star Tommy Gunn stars as the mysterious mutant superhero with an unbreakable skeleton, retractable Adamantium (the indestructible metal alloy bonded to Wolverine’s skeleton and bone claws) and an overly developed sex drive. He eventually discovers that he has been used and experimented on as a living weapon by several governments and agencies over the years, each altering or wiping his memory to suit its needs. While unraveling the threads of his past, Wolverine encounters other fascinating characters — and hot sex.
Braun added, “This is a career-defining role for Tommy Gunn. He put a lot of focus and energy into it and he is absolutely superb as Wolverine. Aiden Ashley commands the screen in every scene as Domino, and the banter between Derrick Pierce as Deadpool and Xander Corvus as Spider-Man is all kinds of awesome. There’s a lot of story, a lot of fun, a lot of really cool costumes and plenty of sex…so hopefully adult movie fans will love it as much as I do.”
The cast also includes Allie Haze as Rogue, Andy San Dimas as Jean Grey, Asa Akira as Mariko, Charmane Star as the handmaiden, Maya Hills as Lady Deathstrike, Evan Stone as Sabretooth, Lexington Steele as Nick Fury, and Mike Moz as Professor Xavier.