Smash Wrapping Production on 'Teen Idol 6'

CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Adult production company Smash Pictures will wrap production on the sixth volume in its "Teen Idol" series, "Black Man’s Turn," this week.

In the new video, shot in high definition, five legal teen girls are paired up with high-profile black performers in a parody of the mainstream TV series "American Idol." Each scene begins with a female contestant introduced and praised for her skills before she is faced with a final challenge.

“We took a different approach this time out,” said Sir Real, aka Stuart Wall, Smash’s head of production and co-director of the release. “Every girl is 18 or 19 years old, and we’ve paired them with the biggest names in the business: Rico Strong, Mr. Marcus, Prince, LT, and CJ Wright.”

The female cast is a mix of white, Latina and Asian newcomers. According to a company spokesman, the standout scene involves Mimi Allen and Rico Strong.

“Rico really worked me hard,” Allen said. “I was so excited, my legs were trembling. That’s never happened to me. I never had an orgasm that strong. That’s never happened either. My fans are going to love it.”

The release also is the directorial debut of Billy Springfield.

“Billy and I alternate directing scenes,” Wall said. “Billy is great to work with because he comes from a mainstream news background and has lots of technical expertise.”

"Black Man's Turn" is scheduled for October release. For more information, visit the Smash Pictures website, or email Stuart Wall at