CHARLOTTE, NC—AEBN, a global leader in adult Video on Demand, announced today that it is streaming Smash Pictures' new film, Naughty Nanny 3 before its March street date.
Young nannies do more than just take care of the family and house in this scintillating menagerie of lustful sexcapades, so you just know when the dad is around and mom is away, these nannies are going to want to play. Naughty Nanny 3 was directed by the legendary Jim Powers and stars Faye Reagan, Britney Beth, Angelica Raven, Lynx Maze, and Lily Carter. The movie will be available through AEBN in high definition.
AEBN and Smash Pictures have enjoyed a successful partnership that has brought several of the studio's films to the VOD giant's network ahead of street date where the films have enjoyed massive popularity thanks, in part, to AEBN's dedicated promotional efforts. One such blockbuster was Smash's first Bus Stop Girls, which debuted last fall. Other exclusive pre-streets have included Bus Stop Girls 2, Malibu Massage Parlor and, most recently, Finger Lickin Girlfriends. Smash Pictures recently won "Studio of the Year" in AEBN's VOD Awards.
"There's no denying that Smash has produced some great movies in the last year," said AEBN VP of Sales and Marketing, Jerry Anders,. "Naughty Nanny 3 promises to continue that streak with great performances from all of its stars. We're always pleased to offer our visitors quality exclusive films in HD like this one, which we can promote across our entire network of affiliates."
"This is by far our hottest Nanny shoot yet, with Faye Reagan as our star," added Smash Pictures VP Stuart Wall. "Her scene is based on the nanny at the house also running an adult cam; showing off her naughty poses and exposed boobs is beyond hot. Just wait till you see how she works the camera—sexy, sexy, sexy! We're also pleased to release one of the first scenes with Britney Beth aka Bibi Jones, the new Digital Playground star, in Naughty Nanny 3, too."
Smash Pictures' Naughty Nanny 3 debuted on the AEBN network Feb. 18, nearly a month before its March 18 street date.