"I'm very much looking forward to working with All Boys. I feel they are the right people for the job I want done,” Nills said. “I'm confident that All Boys can take us to the next level of consumer awareness and product sales because Rob Ragan's the kind of businessman I like to work with — a straight shooter, no bullshit kind of guy."
Xtreme Platinum, which had formerly been known for its pro-am content, has changed to a high-production value format. “Fuck Me like a Bitch Boi” is the second title from the studio since moving into the high-end niche. The title will release in February.
“I've been friends with Afton for a little over a year now and absolutely adore the effort he puts into his productions,” All Boys owner Rob Ragan said. “He's one of the few guys in this business that cares as much about the quality of his films as he does the profits in which they yield.”
All Boys’ newly appointed national sales manager Shawn G. said that Nills’ shooting style and choice of models brings enhanced quality appropriate to launching a “platinum” line, which benefits the All Boys’ roster of studios.
“Every day it seems that we're just getting stronger and stronger in the industry,” Shawn G. said. “It's because of studios like Afton's that come to us to distribute their films. With his shooting style and the oh-so-hot models he's famous for, to say I represent him exclusively is a definite ego boost for sure.”