CANOGA PARK, Calif. — Elegant Angel has announced the release of “Cuties 6,” the newest volume in its young girl niche series.
Directed by Asa Akira, the video features performances by newcomer Alina Li, Adriana Chechik, Veronica Rodriguez and Dillion Harper.
“‘Cuties 6’ was so much fun to shoot,” Akira said. “It was particularly exciting for me because I finally got to shoot cover girl Alina Li, who I believe is going to be the next big Asian star. She is drop dead gorgeous and her scenes are amazing — she really enjoys fucking on camera, and it totally shows.”
“I knew about her like two years ago when I first started watching porn,” Li told XBIZ, referencing Akira. “And I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, she’s so hot. She fucks so good. I want to be like her in bed. And then when I used to watch porn, I wouldn’t watch anyone else’s but hers.”
Akira also had praise for Li’s co-stars. “Adriana Chechik did an awesome anal scene; I expected no less from her,” she said. “Veronica Rodriguez showed me why she is rising to the top so fast, and Dillion Harper blew me away with a super intense scene… and her super nice boobs.”
Akira made her directorial debut for Elegant Angel last summer with “Gangbanged 6,” and has since gone on to direct volumes of the studio’s chart-topping series. In August, she launched the new line “Asian Bombshells,” which received industry nods.
“Cuties 6” features a runtime of more than two hours and a bevy of studs, that includeToni Ribas, Erik Everhard, Ramon Nomar and crossover sensation James Deen.
“Akira has done a terrific job with ‘Cuties 6,” said John Amatucci, Elegant Angel sales manager. “It's no secret now that Asa has positioned herself as the top female director in the business. There is no greater barometer to that than the fact retailers are continuing to re-order Asa's Elegant Angel directorial films, and based on the orders for ‘Cuties 6,’ this will be a continuing trend.”
To see a NSFW trailer for “Cuties 6,” click here.
For sales information, email Amatucci at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 704-2673.