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October 09, 2015

Kayden Kross, Lexi Belle Talk Roles in 'Samurai Cop 2'

LOS ANGELES—Fans of adult entertainment will see some familiar faces in the independent mainstream film Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance, which premieres tonight in North Hollywood. And two of those featured actors—adult performers Kayden Kross and Lexi Belle—talked to AVN about the experience. In the film, which is the sequel to 1991's Samurai Cop, actors Matthew Karedas and Mark Frazer reprise their roles from the original, as two cops forced to team up together again to solve a series of assassinations. "I play two characters in this movie," Kross told AVN. "I was in Blue Dream, which [director] Greg [Hatanaka] also directed, and he asked me and I said 'Sure, I'm down for anything.' The original movie has a kind of cult following, and they tried unsuccessfully to make a sequel before. I wish I could tell you more about the script. I watched the original once I got the role, and I was completely entertained. There are a lot of callbacks from the original, including a yarn lion-head bust. They brought it back in all its yarn-y glory. There are a lot of Easter eggs like that. "It's one of those movies that doesn't take itself seriously." The film had a 28-day shoot schedule. "What's funny is for the most part, the bigger the budget, the more mainstream-y things get. Indie movies tend to be less organized," Kross said. "It was my first mainstream set," Lexi Belle told AVN. "There were other porn stars there [Tommy Pistol is also in the cast list], so I felt more welcomed. A lot of hurry-up-and-wait, a lot of changing of the script, but when it came down to 'Action!' it was fun being there, in costume, in character. It was like a typical day on set." "What's the movie about? That's a good question," Belle said. "The main character is coming back for revenge and there's a crazy storyline that goes with it. There are some parts where I really had to overplay my character, and that was difficult. I had to do an evil laugh for, like, 10 minutes. It's really hard to do an evil laugh for 10 minutes without it getting silly. I play a villain who gets to kill people, and that's what I wanted. "I'm going to see it for the first time tomorrow, and I'm looking forward to it. I'm really excited. Kayden and Bai Ling are amazing." The screening tonight, with Q-and-A session afterwards, is set for 7:20 at the Laemmle NoHo 7, 5240 Lankershim Boulevard in North Hollywood. The movie’s exclusive engagement at the theater runs October 9-15. For more information go to Laemmle.com.

 
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