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Batman XXX: A Porn Parody, the sexy spoof of the popular ’60s TV show written, produced and directed by Axel Braun and distributed by Vivid Entertainment, won the Best Parody honors at the 18th Annual NightMoves Awards Show Weekend.


Braun himself took home the coveted Best Director award, given to winners voted by adult entertainment fans.  Batman XXX: A Porn Parody has been at the top of the adult sales charts since it was released on May 24th and its two YouTube trailers have so far attracted over 1.5 million viewers.

The NightMoves trophy is the second award for Braun’s high-budget Batman spoof, which already won the parody category at the Fifth Annual F.A.M.E. (Fans of Adult Media & Entertainment) Awards on July 10th at the L.A. Convention Center during the Exxxotica Los Angeles Expo.

“I am genuinely thrilled by the success of this movie, and the incredible response of the fans makes it all that much sweeter!” said Braun, whose next feature, Superman XXX: A Porn Parody from the SuperXXXHero imprint of Vivid is scheduled for a December release.

The NightMoves honor was announced at the NightMoves Award Show at the Dallas Bull Night Club in Tampa on Sunday evening, October 10, 2010.  NightMoves is the nation’s second oldest local, adult entertainment publication.  It started by covering area sports 22 years ago and morphed into Central Florida’s leading adult entertainment publication.

DISCLAIMER: Batman XXX: A Porn Parody is a parody movie. Batman®, Robin®, Batman & Robin®, Catwoman®, The Riddler®, Batgirl®, and The Joker® are registered trademarks of DC Comics, a General Partnership, composed of Warner Communications Inc. and E.C. Publications, Inc.  This video is not sponsored, endorsed by or affiliated with DC Comics General Partnership, Warner Communications Inc. or E.C. Publications, Inc. or any other person or entity affiliated with any of them.

About Axel Braun:
The son of legendary porn-pioneer Lasse Braun, and grandson of a diplomat, Axel Braun was born and raised in Italy, where he received a privileged upper-class upbringing. Fluent in five languages, a member of MENSA, a film-school graduate, and the bearer of a Ph.D. in Psychology, Axel has a unique cultural background that definitely sets him apart from the many other directors in the Adult industry. Over the span of his 20-year career, he has won awards all over the world for Directing, Producing, Screenwriting, and Editing. For more information visit www.axelbraun.net.

About Vivid:
Founded in 1984, Vivid has always placed heavy emphasis on high quality erotic film entertainment and has created wide brand-name awareness through its films, innovative marketing and a licensing program that extends to advertising, apparel, book publishing, and a range of other products. TV audiences have gotten to know the company’s management and talent through two recent seven part series on Showtime, “Debbie Does Dallas…Again” and “Deeper Throat.” In addition to its Vivid-Celeb imprint famous for celebrity sex tapes, the company is known for its popular Vivid-Alt and Vivid-Ed labels and recently announced the launch of a new Vivid SuperXXXHeroes imprint. The Vivid website, www.vivid.com has a loyal following of fans of Vivid movies from the industry’s largest archive.

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5 Comments

  1. TaZ
    October 13, 2010 at 5:56 pm — Reply

    Enjoy while ya’ll can. The AP newswire’s reporting that two of the biggest porn studios (probably “Wham Productions” or “Splat Films”) have shut down production due to a “major porn actor” being diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. I guess my only thought here would be while it’s tragic is this a surprise?

    Also, Axel Braun sounds like a great name for either a metal band or a heel wrestler.

    • @lantis
      October 14, 2010 at 2:52 am — Reply

      I am very surprised to hear that. Major porn studios want to take care of their actors/esses. They regulate the health pretty strictly to ensure there are no diseases being spread. Disease is bad for business and they are all about the money. In such a maligned industry they can’t really afford to let the nay-sayers have that kind of ammunition.

  2. Tria Guardian
    October 13, 2010 at 10:12 pm — Reply

    I have a very odd fascination with wanting to see this and the similar parody movies. It’s like a train wreck, you know you shouldn’t want to look but you just feel compelled to look or else you think you’ll regret it…..
    (And I’m not saying that I don’t watch porn, I just have never known of a title that I actually felt compelled to seek out)

    • JacinB
      October 14, 2010 at 1:50 pm — Reply

      I’ll just wait for the Major Spoilers Review.

      • October 15, 2010 at 9:03 pm — Reply

        ll just wait for the Major Spoilers Review.

        I keep trying, but nobody will buy me a copy :)

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