LOS ANGELES — Digital Sin has set a Sept. 25 release date for "Meet Kelly," a reintroduction to BBW star Kelly Shibari.
Helmed by Eddie Powell, Shibari pushes her sexual limits with A-list talent, including three-time XBIZ Performer of the Year James Deen.
"I'm so incredibly honored to have Digital Sin support me in this 'porno adventure,'" Shibari said. "From casting some of the very best in the industry to work with, as well as having both Eddie Powell and Mr. Pete guide me through my very first XXX anal scene, this has really been a 'bucket list' film for me. I really pushed my boundaries while having an amazing experience."
"Meet Kelly" features Shibari taking on Mr. Pete in her first non-amateur anal sex scene. In addition, Shibari also performs in a girl/girl anal with Scarlet LaVey, a three-some with Mick Blue and Ramon Nomar, and in an aggressive boy/girl scene with Deen. "Meet Kelly" also includes interview segments in which Shibari reveals intimate details about her life and career, and shares insight into the movie's scenes and the fantasies that drive her.
"As BBW performers, we rarely get the opportunity to work with A-list male talent," Shibari said. "I'm thrilled to have been able to do so with 'Meet Kelly,' and I hope my fans like the scenes as well as the interviews, to get to know me a little bit better."
For the director Powell, "Meet Kelly" was never intended to be a BBW or genre specific title. "Our goal was to present Kelly in a way that people haven't seen her before," Powell said. "That's what made it a very special project for all of us, and Kelly just rose to the challenge. People are going to be surprised, and they're going to be pleased."
Digital Sin launched the "Meet..." series in 2012 as a showcase for then up-and-coming starlet Bonnie Rotten. The overwhelming success of "Meet Bonnie" led to the search for the next big name, and the release of "Meet Carter" and "Meet Dakota" this year.
"Meet Kelly" has a runtime of more than 2 ½ hours and includes an exclusive photo gallery and two bonus scenes.
To watch the trailer and download cover art for "Meet Kelly," click here.