Hey Peeps, here I am again with a story…well…hopefully a good story for the Murdoch times.
Got a phone call from a young student journalist who asked if she could interview me for her end of term essay/paper…how could I refuse, love a chat hehe
Rocked up at campus looking casual smart, only to start gushing over the sexy 21 year old student who greeted me…. Boy ol Boy was she gorgeous!!!
After a few traditional questions which lasted over an hour we got chatting about girls modelling & working nudey rudey…right up my alley
Question: Do you have to psyche yourself up before a nude photo shoot?
Answer: Kinda. Usually you work your way into getting nude. It’s weird. I feel amped when I know I’m performing in front of a huge crowd but when it’s just one person who is capturing your every move on camera…it’s a lil daunting. LoL. Once I’ve done a few shots N I see what the photographer is capturing, I usually settle down N get down to business.
Question: As a sex symbol you would get hit on continuously? Tell us some of your highlights N lowlights?
Answer: Ahhh yes!!! I can’t really go anywhere without being recognised. Even get recognised with no makeup N track pants on at supermarket! It’s annoying sometimes. It’s hard being single too…You never know if the guy is hitting on you coz he knows you as a sex symbol. Sometimes I wish I wasn’t known that well….BUT then I snap out of it N realise my life is freakin awesome!!!
Can’t promise that you Guys N Gals will get to read the whole essay or whether it will make it into the local paper but I can tell you we hit it off like scissors takes to paper N I ROCKED!!!
Thanks for all the Love, Comments N Votes, I’m still workin N shakin it every chance I get and I’m ready for the battle next week.
Keep on checking in Peeps, I still have more to tell…….
Luv Ya, Paz xo
Filming finished for the day, heaps of pics for you fans
We did interviews with the 6 entrants competing in Miss DownUnder comp tomorrow night. There was lots of Blokesworld “chanter”" with bikini clad Xotica girlies N way too much food!
Back tomorrow to shoot Hot Rod segment then rushing off to get prettied up for the big night.
I’ll be up on stage again to co-host with Benwah N Ado, Blokesworld Miss DownUnder.
“Here I go playing Star again”, bangin song by Bob Seger, feeling like it’s mine today, OWNING IT hehe
Catch you here again soon.
Luv ya, Paz xo
|Interview: Andy Round
What do you offer that other porn directors don’t?
What difference does a woman’s perspective make to adult cinema?
Why do you think Cabaret Desire won Porn Movie of the Year at the Feminist Porn Awards?
How do you choose your actors?
What can men learn from your films?
How successful have you been, in terms of actual sales?
What new trends are you seeing in the porn industry?
What was that first meeting with your parents like after they Googled you and discovered what you do?
|How do you plan to tell your children what you do?
I still have quite a while to work out the particulars, since my girls are only one and four, but I know it will take place after both the ‘sex talk’ and the ‘porn talk’, to give them context.
What are your thoughts on the Australian adult industry?
What sort of porn do you enjoy?
You’ve also produced the Erotic Bible to Europe. Do you have any personal favourite places?
What fun sex trends have you come across recently?
|How did you get into the adult industry?
I started out modelling for an art class in Austin, Texas. Soon, the class was interested in drawing nude models and I said, “Yes!” without hesitation. I mentioned the class experience to a friend and he showed me a website called BurningAngel.com. He thought I’d be a perfect fit. I applied to Burning Angel that day and the rest is history.
Did you always want to be a porn star?
Why do you think alt porn is so popular right now?
Do you have a favourite tattoo?
Who do you most enjoy working with on camera?
What’s so special about Burning Angel?
What’s the craziest thing you’ve done in your career so far?
Woah! What do you like to do when you’re not working?
Which mainstream celebrity would you most like to bonk?
Finally, do you genuinely enjoy the taste of man-mayo?
|What was the motivation for creating a canonised video game sequel to Aliens?
We felt that Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection weren’t necessarily what people were interested in seeing. They were great films within themselves, but where it left off in Aliens, there’s this feeling that there are bad-asses in space—Colonial Marines—and lots of xenomorphs. This is going some place, right? Then it went someplace else. There are lots of things that fans wanted from an Aliens sequel that we can fulfill.
Sounds like a great concept for a movie. Why did FOX sign off on a game?
How much time has passed between Aliens and Colonial Marines?
So after Ripley’s dead!
What familiar locations from Aliens should fans expect to explore?
Hang on. Wasn’t Hadley’s Hope destroyed in a 30km-wide explosion at the end of Aliens?
|How do you find that perfect balance between homage and originality?
We kind of approach things in three different ways. First, we have the source reference from either the movie stills or props, so we can get that real, authentic effect. Second, we have Syd Mead and a bunch of other people who worked on the film helping us to explore more of those environments. So with the Sulaco, Syd helped us with the concept art in order to explore the spaces we didn’t get to see in the film. And so we took that concept art and we went through and basically took what they had and built on top of it. Third, there are lots of areas that were completely unexplored, or that were explored and later partially destroyed. We get the option of seeing what happens after [the destruction] happens.
Is there an Aliens formula that you have to work with?
How has fan feedback been?
American Rick Baker is a legend in the world of special effects make-up. Since winning the first-ever Best Make-up Academy Award for An American Werewolf in London (1981), Baker has been at the forefront of innovation in the field. Penthouse spoke with the make-up master about creating 127 original aliens for Men In Black 3 and staying relevant in Hollywood.
Interview: Drew Turney
How do you keep raising the bar after such a long and lauded career?
What was your inspiration for the alien designs in the Men In Black movies?
In describing your work, do you think of yourself as more of a make-up artist, designer or sculptor?
So that’s when I starting getting into animatronics and puppetry. In the transformation scene in An American Werewolf in London, we did what we could with standard make-up and then we had two fake heads containing animatronics so they could transform on camera. That was the only way we could do it. I actually got a lot of flack from make-up artists because that stuff wasn’t make-up but, to me, it was a natural evolution.
Is staying aware of the technology a way of staying relevant?
“What’s hard when it comes to aliens is trying to come up with something nobody’s seen before”
What make-up work has really impressed you lately?
I worked with the digital guys on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. We made real-world silicone heads, which they scanned and made the computer models from. In the ´90s, CGI was kind of crappy. It was neat that they could do it, but I thought the stuff we were making still looked more real. But CGI’s come a long way.
You’re known for monsters and creatures, but are human make-up effects like those you did on Eddie Murphy in The Nutty Professor a whole different ball game?
Do you prefer monster effects because they’re a little more visible and you can get more recognition?
With the London 2012 Olympic Games thankfully now well and truly over, James Buckley lifts the lid on the amount of shagging that takes place at the world’s premier sporting event in his e-book Sex & the Olympics: Condomania…
by Nathan Lawrence
|How did you get involved with this project?
I was out one night talking to an ex-colleague who knew the people who were doing the book Sex & the Olympics: Condomania, and they were looking for someone to come in and jazz up the material a little bit.Are you worried about the International Olympic Committee (IOC) coming after you because you’re
selling out their dirty sex secrets?
I think that would be quite interesting, actually.
That’s the sequel…
How many condoms are usually supplied to Olympic athletes?
Why so many?
The big sponsors like to throw these big parties where the athletes attend as VIPs. You’ve got a few past athletes and that sort of thing, and most people can only peer through the doors and wonder what’s going on in there. And, from what we can tell, it gets pretty wild.
|So we can assume there’s a lot of sex going on…
That’s right. Twenty frangers per pair, which is more than one a day. The ’94 Winter Games in Lillehammer was quite an interesting one.
There were only 1700 athletes, but there were about 40,000 condoms, so you’re looking at 26 condoms per athlete. If you couple up there, that’s 52 per pair for a two-week event.
Are these athletes perpetually horny?
What sort of condoms are being handed out at the Games?
Who won the sexual Olympics?
Did organisers at this year’s London Olympics run out?
|How did you get into the adult-movie business?
In late 2005, my husband, photographer Carlos Batts, had photographed adult superstar Belladonna. She saw my pictures and she said that she liked my look. I met with her and she asked me to be in one of her movies and to do a scene with her. I was so intrigued because I had only seen a handful of adult movies and had never imagined being in one.What was the experience like?
It was my first time having sex with a woman, so I wasn’t sure what to do, but I jumped right in and went down on her. Since I was so inexperienced, she took the lead and I just tried to do a good job. Before I knew it, they were telling me we were finished and I was a bit disappointed because I didn’t get the chance to try all of the moves I had planned in my head!
What do you enjoy most about workingin the adult industry?
What’s the response been to your work?
|How difficult is it for curvier women to find self-confidence?
It’s very hard for women of all sizes to feel confident because from the time we are girls we are bombarded daily with messages and images that can make us feel that we can never be too thin, too young, too successful… It makes it that much harder for a plus-size woman to feel good about herself because you rarely see plus-size women represented in a completely positive way.
How did you personally find confidence as a plus-size model?
You have your own sex toy: the CyberSkin Voluptuous Vagina…
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