After dabbling in several productions, including “The Real Boogie Nights” for SexZ Pictures in 2007, as well as scenes for Smash Pictures and Naughty America, Lynn made the decision to return full-force with three upcoming releases from three different production companies.
The first title, “The Housewives of Amber Lane,” is produced by Wicked Pictures and currently in post-production with release slated for May 14.
“It’s a cute movie and it all takes place in the same neighborhood, kind of based on a ‘Desperate Housewives’ type of story,” Wicked’s Joy King told XBIZ.
The project came about when Lynn was reunited with Wicked contract director/performer Randy Spears at a signing event at Castle Megastores.
“It was the first project that I decided to do, once I decided to come back full-time,” Lynn said. “I’ve known Randy since day one, and it’s a pleasure for me because I know the fans are really going to enjoy this movie.”
Originally, Lynn was paired for her scene in the movie with Spears, but a last minute scheduling conflict put her with veteran performer Evan Stone.
“He is one of the strongest performers I’ve ever worked with,” she said. “That scene has incredible intensity.”
The title also features Austin Kincaid, Diana Doll, India Summer, Michelle McLaren and Phoenix Marie.
The second title featuring Lynn is for Tom Byron’s “Seasoned Players” series and produced by Tom Byron Pictures. The video will feature two of the Lynns — Amber and Ginger — as well as Byron, Keisha, Kylie Ireland and one more classic female performer that has yet to be cast.
Amber explained that Ginger contacted her to ask her to be in the video.
“She’s a dear friend,” Amber said, “and I thought it was a great idea.”
“I have one more slot that I haven’t decided on who it’s going to be yet, but it will be another legend. I think the title will be ‘Seasoned Players 4: MILF Superstars.’ I’m working it, baby,” Byron told XBIZ.
“The format of the series is perfect,” he said. “Because instead of doing little skits or typical gonzo type scenes, the scenes start out with interviews where I’m holding the mic and I talk to them. We have so much to talk about — especially with Ginger — we talked for 20 minutes. It’s worked out 100 percent better than I thought it would because of the history and conversation.”
Byron said also that, in each scene, he is paired with each performer for the first time in decades; in Amber’s case, it was the first scene they’d shot together in more than 20 years.
The third title to be released will be Evasive Angles’ “Desperate Mothers & Wives 8,” directed by Mark Anthony and featuring Amber with performer Charlie Macc.
Evasive Angles founder TT Boy told XBIZ he met Amber years ago through her brother, performer Buck Adams. The two were reacquainted at a charity fundraiser for Eddie’s Kids last summer and hit it off immediately, according to the actress.
“My brother always told me that if I saw TT Boy that I should run the other way because we would be like dynamite and a match,” Amber laughed. “But something just clicked between us.
“[TT Boy] had so much class, and the whole operation at Evasive is first class,” she added. “My experience with him has been 100 percent positive.”
During production, Amber also was able to mend fences between Boy and classic performer Nina Hartley, who may soon be working on a project for Evasive.
“We had had a falling out,” Boy said, “but she helped to fix it.”
“[Amber] is cool,” he said. “She’s sweet and she still looks good, so we want to work more with her. I wish she could give some of her personality to the younger girls; she’s got enough personality for five of them.”
Another classic star that Amber has kept in touch with over the years, as a mentor and friend, is Seka. After seeing each other at the same Castle Megastore signing where she met up with Spears, Amber said that the two women have plans in the works for a photo shoot with photographer Justice Howard.
Amber maintains a loyal fanbase and said that she can be contacted at email@example.com .
“Every time that I show up in the industry the fans are there,” Lynn said, “and I’m really grateful for that.”