Mark Slade Returns to Gay Porn

Former Studio 2000 exclusive Mark Slade has ended his five-year retirement with an appearance in director Jett Blakk's Father/Son Outing.

The movie, which just completed filming, is scheduled for release on Blakk's Sweat Shop label distributed by Channel 1 Releasing.

In addition to his Studio 2000 titles, the 6-4, 230-lb star also appeared in movies for All Worlds Video, Rascal Video, MSR Videos, and Catalina Video.

Though Blakk had approached Slade with a movie offer in 2000, it came at the wrong time. "Originally, I had only worked with Jett on a production where he was the cameraman," Slade explained, "and we had talked at length about my appearing in his first film, The Bombardier, but I wanted to take a break from the business, so it didn't work out. But when I decided to start doing videos again, Jett was the first director I wanted to work for."

"He was incredibly eager to make his comeback movie something special," said Blakk. "He asked for a part with dialogue, which he handled beautifully. There's a scene toward the end that's really touching, and he made it very real. And if you've seen his sexual performances in other videos, you haven't seen anything yet! He really outdid himself!"

In the video Slade plays a father, stuck in his ways, who can't understand why his relationship with his son (played by Bobby Williams) is deteriorating.

The video, scheduled for a December release, also features Jason Crew, Mario Cruz, Jacob Slader, Corbin Michaels, and Johnny Morelli.

Further information about the filming is available at Blakk's blog at JettBlakk.com.

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