CHATSWORTH, Calif.—The trailer for Dear Abby is now available online from New Sensations' The Romance Series. Charming, sexy and completely safe-for-work, the trailer introduces audiences to Abby (Natasha Nice) and Jack (Giovanni Francesco), as ex-lovers trying to move on.
Dear Abby releases on DVD June 11 through adult retailers, e-tailers and distributors. It is the newest addition to The Romance Series, which is heralded as theatrical worthy and must-see by leading mainstream media. The Romance Series is also the first and only line of movies to focus entirely on love, while providing hardcore and beautiful sex scenes which showcase the true passion lovers feel.
"I always dreamed I'd grow up and one day write porn," said screenwriter Jacky St. James. "When I had the opportunity to submit my script for The Romance Series, I crossed my fingers and hoped for the best. Now, two months later, the film I wrote is about to hit the adult movie market. From start to finish, the experience was a positive one, and it comes as no surprise since New Sensations consistently turns out the highest quality romance movies on the market without question."
Dear Abby shows sometimes the best advice is your own. Natasha Nice and Giovanni Francesco star in this romantic comedy that is as charming as it is unpredictable. Jack, a somewhat jaded advice columnist, has absolutely no problem dishing out words of wisdom for his romantically-challenged readers, while Abby, his ex-girlfriend, still lives with him. But when this awkward living arrangement turns into a complicated relationship crisis, Jack must learn to follow his own words of wisdom or ultimately risk losing Abby to another man.
Acclaimed Director Eddie Powell (Lost and Found) helms Dear Abby. In addition to Nice and Francisco, the romantic comedy also stars Zoe Voss, Michael Vegas, Alyssa Branch, Ash Hollywood, Ramon Nomar and Xander Corvus.
The trailers for titles in The Romance Series always generate a massive amount of media attention and desire to purchase the DVDs. Earlier this year, sexy pop culture site Nerve.com introduced the Lost and Found trailer to its four million visitors. Ray Rah-man wrote, "'Is this some sort of Judd Apatow or even Farrelly Brothers movie?' you ask. 'No,' I reply, throwing my head back in laughter. It's porn…[The trailer] actually looks pretty good. Like, maybe I'd see it in theaters if it were a real movie."
The Romance Series' A Little Part of Me recently received a coveted 2011 Feminist Porn Award for the Steamiest Romantic Movie of the past year. Created by retailer Good For Her, the Feminist Porn Awards acknowledge achievements in female empowering erotic filmmaking. The awards strive to provide erotic entertainment that is smart, sexy and appreciates women as viewers—all attributes of The Romance Series.
In order to appeal to everyone, each volume of The Romance Series is a collaborative effort by the New Sensations diverse staff. Whether written by a woman (Crystal Dear; The Engagement Party) or directed by a man (James Avalon; A Little Part of Me), The Romance Series balances passion and love with hard-core sex scenes. This collaboration produces movies women feel comfortable enjoying on their own or watching with a partner.