Brad Armstrong Wraps the Epic Sci-Fi Thriller DNA Starring Wicked Girls jessica drake & Asa Akira


Los Angeles – Wicked Pictures is pleased to announce production has wrapped on award-winning filmmaker Brad Armstrong’s epic sci-fi thriller DNA starring Wicked Girls jessica drake and Asa Akira. In the veteran director’s latest super-production, Interium Industries, a company specializing in short-term human cloning, faces disaster as their lifelike “products” begin to malfunction and a client develops a nefarious agenda. With the project now in post-production, Wicked plans to release the latest masterwork from the creator of 2040 and Underworld September 30th, 2016.

Armstrong is understandably enthusiastic when discussing his timely and provocative mega-production, which takes his talents as a writer, director and designer into speculative territory never before touched by an erotic film. “DNA turned out amazingly well. Some of the visuals are just stunning. The locations, sets and wardrobe really came together to create another time and place, which is always so important when delving into the science fiction genre.”

In one of the DNA screenplay’s many suspenseful and ethically provocative twists, viewers learn Interium’s controversial “Re-Life” process, which specializes in reuniting clients with loved ones who have passed away via cloning, comes at a hefty price…and with some questionable strings attached, as the clones have a lifespan of only 72 hours. “Between the atmosphere and the acting, the script really came alive,” Armstrong reveals. “jessica drake and Asa Akira were fantastic. They have amazing chemistry together onscreen, both in their acting sequences and sex scenes. We also had a great supporting cast, as each performer brought a little something extra to the movie. None more so than Small Hands. It was the first time I’ve worked with him as an actor and he was incredible. He was the villain and I smell a Best Supporting Actor nomination in his future. But I’m sure he won’t be the only one getting recognition for their work in this movie – jessica, Asa and everyone else involved deserves the highest of praise. As a director, I couldn’t be more proud of their efforts.” In addition to drake, Akira, Small Hands and Armstrong himself, the cast also includes Chanel Preston, Abella Danger, Courtney Taylor, Christi Ann, Ryan Driller, Eric Masterson and more.

2016 AVN Mainstream Star of the Year jessica drake is understandably proud of the big-budget project’s stylish look and provocative storyline as well. “Sometimes, when we make a movie — even before it goes into editing – we know we have something special on our hands,” she enthuses. “DNA is one of those movies. With an incredible script and amazing art direction, Brad Armstrong once again proves he is the master of his craft. Personally, working alongside both Asa Akira and Small Hands was intense! DNA has amazing acting and scorching hot sex. My scene with Asa is one of my best ever, and in the orgy scene I finally got my hands on Abella Danger! This will be an epic movie.”

Ms. drake’s admiration for Armstrong’s filmmaking ability is shared by Asa. “I love when Brad shoots just about anything starring jessica and me, but this one might be my favorite so far. The script is really good, and we got to shoot some really intense scenes, both dialogue and sex-wise. I think Brad knew it would be a challenge, because before we started production, he promised me that if I did a good job, he’d let me keep my character’s wardrobe. So needless to say, I worked extra extra hard. Although, can it really be considered work when it entails sex with jessica drake? I’m not sure. She’s someone that has so many tricks up her sleeve, every time we do a scene together, it’s different.”

Turning to the production’s rich and varied sex scenes, Ms. Akira finds herself joining jessica and Brad in their admiration for Small Hands’ contribution to DNA. “I got to fuck Small Hands for the first time, and I will now be requesting him every chance I get. That guy is gonna be a huge star. In all, this was definitely one of those productions that reminded me of just how lucky I am to be in this business. Oh and if you’re wondering…yes, I got to keep the wardrobe.”