Black Widow Productions has only been around for three months, and already the startup gonzo company has to move to a larger warehouse to cope with demand for John Thompson's German Goo Girls (GGG) series.
Black Widow President Ric Williams readily attributed the rapid growth of his company to Black Widow's exclusive deal to distribute the popular GGG line in North America.
"The GGG series is something that's definitely different in today's market and I think that's what's driving its success," Williams added. "It features beautiful German girls that most consumers in the US haven't seen before, and it's some of the most hardcore stuff I've seen shot — stuff like bukkakes and gangbangs, and they love it all. In fact, it's so hardcore there's stuff we've had to edit out so we could release it in the states."
Demand for GGG has prompted Black Widow to move out of its warehouse in Van Nuys to a larger office in North Hollywood next month, though an exact date has yet to be set.
Deals are also in the works for distribution of more series over the next few months, Williams said.
"Things are changing in the adult business and Black Widow will adapt to what's coming," Williams said. "More importantly, I think the consumers will like what we'll be bringing to the market."
The new address for Black Widow will be 7071 1/2 Vineland Avenue, North Hollywood, California.