April 21, 2010

News: Wilde and Marconi Renew With RSS

Raging Stallion has announced that two of its big-name porn stars have re-signed for the 2010–11 production season. Both Austin Wilde (above) and Angelo Marconi (below) will continue to work exclusively for the San Francisco–based studio. “Austin and Angelo are my top performers,” RSS president Chris Ward says. “Both men represent what it means to be a Raging Stallion star—tall, dark, muscular and handsome! The fact that they have 16-pack abs and about 18 inches [of cock!?] between them doesn’t hurt! But seriously, these are delightful men, and I am really grateful that they both want to stay with Raging Stallion for another year.” Wilde shares the 2010 RSS Man of the Year title with fellow exclusive David Taylor. Both Wilde and Marconi are featured in the recently released Tales of the Arabian Nights and the upcoming Heat of the Moment.

And speaking of Austin Wilde, in other (much dumber) RSS news, the studio (obviously in need of a publicity stunt) offered newly out singer Ricky Martin $1 million last week to appear in a scene with the freshly re-signed exclusive. Well, we thought Ricky Should Do Porn years ago! But let’s see if we understand the reasoning behind their current offer: So now that superstar (and baby daddy to twin boys) Ricky Martin is openly gay, he’s gonna ditch it all and suddenly decide to do gay porn. Mmm hmmm. And what if he’s not into Austin? Deal’s off!? Yeah, right. Somehow, we expected better of you guys. Now back to real stories…

For more info on Austin and Angelo, visit RagingStallion.com.

1 comment:

Elizabeth Young, AKA The Gore Hound, or Elspeth Chagall said...

Top O' The Morning, to ya! =)
I was very pleased to hear the news about Austin and Angelo. I love these two guys and it's wonderful to know that we'll get to enjoy their performances for another awesome year.
As per the Ricky thang: well, I think now I'm more inclined to agree with you here. Seeing as this is awards time and with the Grabbies next month and the GAYVNs in Sept., I could see why they'd want the added attention. But, Vince, you and I both know that RSS hardly needs this kind of attention/publicity. The quality of their productions should be doing the speaking for them. I find this now a bit odd. Odd like a furry cod(piece). ;-)