Syren will perform in her first hardcore sex scene in three years in The Vampire Chronicles for ArchAngel Productions.
The popular starlet has focused mostly on feature dancing and her softcore movie career in recent years, but decided to do a rare boy/girl performance with current beau Evan Stone for The Vampire Chronicles.
ArchAngel Productions is the new company owned by German star Dru Berrymore, who is a hands-on producer. The Vampire Chronicles trilogy is billed as “a spell-binding tale of passion, betrayal and redemption which will inspire deep eroticism igniting your souls and sexual minds.”
Robert Lombard, who is known for placing numerous adult film stars in late-night, cable movie roles, has worked closely with Berrymore for seven years. He said Syren made the decision to do a new hardcore scene for a couple reasons.
“It’s like a little family in these offices and because of my years of involvement with Dru, Syren knew I was involved and likes the way I do marketing and PR,” said Lombard, who is director of public relations and marketing for ArchAngel. “Syren liked the script and the concept. She plays the Wesley Snipes in Blade and Keanu Reeves in The Matrix role.”
Lombard said that character is also similar to the theme of one of her feature dance personas, and she had a similar turn in Metro Studios’ Les Vampyres 2 in 2001.
“That is probably her most recognizable adult role. So it’s sort of come full circle,” he added.
Cass Paley is directing the videos in high-definition. The second feature of the trilogy has already been shot, and plans are for Paley to capture the first and the third episodes of the series next week. ArchAngel plans to distribute the DVD release, while Coastline Licensing will handle cable and broadcast distribution, Lombard said.
The Vampire Chronicles will also star Shay Sights in the role of "Dominique," Steven St. Croix, Nicki Hunter and Nick Manning, among others.
In related news, Lombard said the "Dru Berrymore Presents" brand has recently partnered with MAN (Mobile Adult Network) and will be premiering in July on Telefonica, which is Europe’s largest wireless network carrier with over 93 million subscribers including Latin America.