SAN FRANCISCO — The Falcon Studios Group announced that it has assembled an elite group of performers to represent them as the “Falcon Studios Group A-Team.”
Falcon President Chris Ward personally selected the models. He said each man brings his own set of exceptional assets to the team, creating a diverse, sexy group of world-class superstars who all deliver spectacular performances every time they hit the set.
The list of models includes exclusives Derek Atlas, Boomer Banks, Dario Beck, David Benjamin, Brian Bonds, Brent Corrigan, Hunter Marx, Ryan Rose, Andrew Stark, Johnny V, Shawn Wolfe and Sean Zevran, as well as studio favorite Jimmy Durano.
The company noted that it has invested considerable resources to secure this list of men in order to continue shooting the highest quality gay adult content in the market.
“Historically we’ve selected Men of the Year prior to our Annual VIP Party, but with a talent pool like we have at this time, it’s impossible to single out any of our top guys for that honor,” Ward said.
He added, “With that in mind I have created the Falcon Studios Group A-Team as the largest collection ever of A-List gay porn megastars to represent Falcon Studios, Raging Stallion Studios and Hot House in the coming year. We’re calling on the scorching hot men of the A-Team to deliver the greatest scenes ever released by any of our brands, and I’m confident they will provide fans with spectacular and memorable performances.”
A-Team Members who have previously been named at Men of the Year include last year’s recipients exclusives Ryan Rose and Shawn Wolfe.
Nearly all A-Team Members will be on hand to meet fans at the 2014 Falcon Studios Group VIP Party, which celebrates Raging Stallion’s 15th anniversary. The free event features international DJ/remixer/producer Tracy Young and will be held on Sept. 20 at the Mezzanine night club from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
The Mezzanine is located at 444 Jessie St., San Francisco, California.
Additionally, A-Team men will be available for photos and autograph signing at the Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco on Sept. 21.