November 01, 2010 06:53am
Montana Fishburne in High Society
Source: Vivid PR
by: Company Press Release
(NEW YORK, NY) -- Montana Fishburne, the A-list celebrity daughter who made her XXX film with Vivid Entertainment, is getting even more exposure with an eight-page spread in the January 2011 issue of High Society Magazine, which goes on sale nationwide November 2nd.
In an accompanying interview, Fishburne tells High Society writer Rob Perez she made the Vivid movie, self-titled Montana Fishburne, after dabbling in ''The sexual world of exploring different fantasies... I figured porn was a way I could do it and feel safe, and make money as well it's like doing something I love as a job.''
Of the strain her decision has created in her relationship with her father, actor Laurence Fishburne, she tells the magazine: ''We've spoken, but we're trying to keep things really private and just work on our relationship outside of the media.''
The magazine has promoted Fishburne's interview with a large banner on the cover.
''From Hollywood wild child to instant celebrity, clearly Montana [Fishburne] is a sexy-ass starlet who knows what she wants and just how to get it,'' said Vincent Stevens, Publisher of High Society Magazine. ''She's certainly a XXX force to be reckoned with. We're proud to have her grace the pages of High Society.''
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 SuperXXXHero imprint. The Vivid website,www.vivid.com has a loyal following of fans of Vivid movies, from the industry's largest archive.