Dorcel, the leading European pioneer in adult entertainment depicting inclusive, respectful, and responsible sexuality, is pleased to announce the iconic Las Palmas nightclub Revel Lounge, located just steps away from vibrant Hollywood Boulevard, played host to the immersive U.S. launch of visionary director Ricky Greenwood’s More this past Sunday night.
The red carpet, adorned with a vibrant step-and-repeat background, was elegantly set along one side of the venue’s luxurious interior, which was lit and redesigned to mirror the nightclub portrayed in the film, right down to More-branded tote bags, shirts, and hoodies. The evening was further illuminated by appearances from More cast members Kira Noir, Emma Rose, Victoria Voxxx, Lilly Bell, Whitney Wright, and Lumi Ray, who were joined by an array of guests including Nathan Bronson, Kay Lovely, Marica Hase, Alexis Tae, Lucas Frost, Melody Marks, Slimthick Vic, Nicole Doshi, Charlie Forde, and Vince Karter, among others.
“What better way to celebrate More being released than with a high-end Hollywood party,” Greenwood said from the red carpet, which saw him joining the cast and his longtime crew, including industry veterans Kylie Ireland, David Lord, and Andy Appleton. “In true Dorcel style, it’s very glamorous. If you haven’t seen the film yet, it’s a definite must-see with some of the biggest adult stars.”
“This was absolutely amazing,” added Emma Rose. “I felt all of the love with the amount of people who showed up and were stunned by how good the film looked. Ricky is an amazing director and I am honored to be the first trans performer to grace a Dorcel cover!”
“I’m super proud of this film; the cast and crew worked so hard,” enthused Lilly Bell. “The scene with Derrick Pierce and I was fire. Thank you, Dorcel, for an awesome night! I always love getting dolled up and celebrating with my friends!”
“Working on More was a unique opportunity,” concluded Victoria Voxxx, who plays the enigmatic party organizer in the film. “I had so much fun getting into my character and creating something so beautiful with my friends. Dorcel is one of my favorite companies to work with, and I love shooting with Ricky Greenwood. Thank you so much for such a fun time celebrating our accomplishments!”
“I heard one of the photographers say he hadn’t seen a ‘paparazzi-fest’ like this since the Nineties, but as Brian Wilson sang, ‘you need a mess of help to stand alone,'” observed Daniel Metcalf, Dorcel’s U.S. Publicist and organizer of More’s Hollywood launch. “None of this would have happened without the hard work and tireless guidance of many phenomenal human beings. I humbly thank Ricky Greenwood, Roland Franklin, London Moore, Patty Chacon, Brad Thomas, Emma Rose, Lainie “Puff Face” Speiser, Shrek Greenberg PR, Lilly Bell, Mark Spiegler, TRPWL and Victoria Voxxx among countless others. I am particularly grateful to Camille Clouvel, Hugo Viger, Laure-Sarah Skenadji, Julie Jamet, and everyone at the Dorcel Group in France for entrusting me with the premiere of their very special, very progressive project.”
“More is set a heartbeat in the future, in a world that is more inclusive and less shackled to the past,” Metcalf concluded. “I think the spirit of acceptance permeated the premiere because it resonates deeply within the essence of More itself.”
The success of this immersive launch event stands as a testament to the power of collaboration and the enduring spirit of innovation in the adult entertainment industry.