Smash Brings Back 'Six in Me' After Seven Year Hiatus

Nelson Ayala

CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Smash Pictures is set to shoot "Six in Me 2," a long delayed sequel to its 2005 sports-themed gangbang release "Six in Me."

"Lately, we’ve been getting a lot of requests from fans to bring the gang bang back," Smash Pictures Vice President Stuart Wall told XBIZ. "These are quite costly; they actually cost more than our parodies, but if we’re going to do a gangbang we like them to stand out."

"Six in Me 2" will feature a trio of adult starlets taking on six-man gangbangs in three separate sports oriented vignettes. Each scene will include anal, double-vaginal penetration and traditional DPs.

Jennifer White will play a football cheerleader whose tight end is sacked by the team; Melody Jordan appears as a ballet dancer spun around by orchestra members; and Sheena Shaw portrays a yoga instructor with a penchant for the downward-facing dog position.

"We’re creating custom made football and cheerleader uniforms with the Smash emblem on them for Jennifer and the six black performers," Wall said. "For our ballerina, Melody, she’ll have a custom tutu and the guys will wear tuxedos for a night out at the theatre."

"Six in Me 2" will roll camera in three weeks with veteran director Jim Powers at the helm. The original "Six in Me" starred Lauren Phoenix, Jayna Oso and Terri Summers.