Next Door Studios Relocates to Las Vegas

Next Door Studios Relocates to Las Vegas
Rhett Pardon

SAN FRANCISCO — Gay adult studio Next Door Entertainment announced today that all studio operations have relocated to Las Vegas.

Stephan Sirard, president of Next Door Entertainment, said that the studio is looking for new surroundings for production as the reason for the big move. It has been producing content featuring hot jocks, curious straight guys and the “guys next door” for more than 15 years.

“After many years in the San Francisco Bay Area, we decided it was time for a change,” Sirard said. “Las Vegas provides an exciting new backdrop for our scenes and we’re excited to bring our fans what they’ve been asking for — more guys worth watching.

“Everything about Las Vegas is perfect. A busy international airport, 24 hour studios and the weather is amazing — as if our guys need an excuse to take their clothes off”

Fans can expect to see new scenes shot in Las Vegas beginning July 15, Sirard said

“Early cuts of the new scenes we’ve shot in Las Vegas are getting spectacular reviews” studio director Rocco Fallon said. “I know that our models are thrilled to be in our newly upgraded and fresh location, and that enthusiasm is really reflected on camera along with the new location backdrop.

“This is a little sneak peek of what really happens in Vegas with the boys can’t control their horniness within the walls of the house next door.”