Newcomer Stars in Jamie Hendrix Comeback Title

Joanne Cachapero
LOS ANGELES — Gay performer/director Jamie Hendrix has announced his comeback feature, “Friendly Force.”

A performer/director since 1988, Hendrix recently returned to adult production after leaving the industry in 2000 to work on several mainstream projects, here in the U.S. and Australia.

“Friendly Force” stars first-time performer Chad Clovis.

Clovis, who hails from Arizona, is a fitness instructor and has appeared on He will be featured in “Friendly Force” with three other young performers: Logan Robbins, Kevin Cavalli and Brodie Newport.

The cops-and-corruption themed feature also stars Dominick Ryder and Ryan Thompson. According to Hendrix, the script required acting skills from the newcomers, as well as veteran adult stars.

“It was comparable acting to what I’ve seen in the mainstream,” Hendrix told XBIZ. “They did just great.”

Production on the movie wrapped last week.

Hendrix also said that he is considering signing Clovis to an exclusive contract, and that there are several upcoming projects in development for his new G&G Productions.

For more information on “Friendly Force,” visit