Controversial director-producer-performer Max Hardcore passed away today in Los Angeles, industry friends and associates report. He was 66.
Max Hardcore won’t be bidding on the domain name MaxHardcore.com, which goes up for auction later today at NameJet.com.
Max Hardcore — the porn actor, producer and director whose MaxHardcore.com domain was seized after he was convicted on obscenity counts and spent 30 months of a 46-month federal prison sentence — wants his signature domain back.
Ira Isaacs, the fetish filmmaker convicted two years ago by a Los Angeles jury, has been transferred to the same prison that once housed Rob Black and Max Hardcore.
Max Hardcore has released two DVDs after a three-year absence.
Producer, director and writer Lee Roy Myers took to Reddit.com today to partake in an AMA (Ask-Me-Anything).
After serving 30 months of a 46-month prison sentence, Max Hardcore is not only looking physically fit, but also has become a new man with a fresh perspective on life.
Max Hardcore, who was recently released from federal prison after serving 30 months of a 46-month sentence for obscenity, was interviewed by EMMReport’s Angelica Raven during the AEBN.com/LA Direct Models Party.
Debi Diamond Films Presents ''This Isn't Max Hardcore, A Fem-Dom Parody,'' described as a good-natured spoof of Max Hardcore.
A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday affirmed Max Hardcore’s convictions but remanded the case to the lower court to revisit his sentencing, which it said the lower court assessed in error.
Below is a letter that I received from Paul Little (Max Hardcore) printed with his permission: <p>Hello Diane, <p>Thank you for answering my letter to you, and getting me up to speed on some current events
"Porn is fighting for profits," CNBC correspondent Melissa Lee says in the introduction.
XBIZ received a letter from Max Hardcore on Wednesday.
When Max Hardcore was handed his sentence last October, he received a 46-month prison term, fines of more than $1.4 million and he also was ordered to forfeit three websites.
Producer/director Max Hardcore will surrender to federal authorities in downtown Los Angeles next Thursday to begin his 46-month sentence after his obscenity conviction in October.
As Max Hardcore prepares to begin serving his 46-month sentence for obscenity crimes, his attorneys have filed an appeal to the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal, requesting to orally argue their case.
Max Hardcore will be on his way to Las Vegas today for the annual Adult Entertainment Expo after a federal court judge OKd his trip.
While Max Hardcore awaits an order from the U.S. Bureau of Prisons to surrender to custody, a Houston publisher has put for sale on Amazon.com a compendium of legal documents in paperback relative to his Florida trial.
EuroRevenue has signed a licensing deal with Max Hardcore’s Max World Entertainment to extend the company’s reach digitally across Europe.
With perhaps just days left as a free man, Max Hardcore is hosting a party Friday night at the Forbidden City nightclub in Hollywood. The party’s banner: “Farewell 2 Freedom.”