Raging Stallion Studios announced yesterday that sizzler Damien Crosse had signed an exclusivity contract with the studio, following the expiration of his two-year exclusive contract with Titan Media. That beard really changes his look, doesn’t it? They put him right to work in HOTTER THAN HELL, a Steve Cruz picture currently shooting and set for release in a few months; he’s also scheduled for a duo with Roman Ragazzi, as well as an “Arabian blockbuster” in July and “a major cowboy drama” in August. Company CEO Chris Ward describes Mr. Crosse as, “grade-A gay male—pretty much as hot as they get [and] also a wonderful man.” He also notes the stud “has had a great career so far,” and their press release does not mention Titan by name, referring instead to their crosstown rival as “another top studio.” Well, those rascals at Titan circulated an official statement within an hour of the RSS announcement. Here it is: “We are very pleased that we were able to help Damien obtain one of the highest, if not the highest, scenes rates in the industry,” they said. “It is a clear testament to the fact that once you’ve been a TitanMen exclusive, you can write your own ticket! Everyone at TitanMen wishes Damien the very best in his future endeavors. We are in the business of making stars and Damien is a shining example!” [Image © Raging Stallion.]


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  1. Will on March 11, 2008 5:30 pm

    Awwww, civility. Remember that?

  2. Anonymous on March 11, 2008 6:34 pm

    High scene rate is right! I hear Raging Stallion is paying him $3000 per scene, 10 scene minimum! And he got a $3000 signing bonus!

  3. Anonymous on March 11, 2008 10:28 pm

    I say more power to Damien Crosse if he was able to secure a $3000 scene rate because these guys are seriously underpaid.

  4. Sister Truth on March 14, 2008 10:56 pm

    I hear that Damien has been having some double dipping fun with Scott Tanner. He who also is with Damian Rios. I guess Tanner is enjoying his celebrity opportunities with both boys since his arrival into San Fran. And I don’t hate him for being able to enjoy his position in the industry. Maybe I should contact him and ask how to manage both at the same time.

  5. Sinu' on March 15, 2008 6:50 am

    Oh well, what’s the saying, ‘Three’s company two’s a crowd’?

  6. Sinu' on March 15, 2008 6:50 am

    Oh well, what’s the saying, ‘Three’s company two’s a crowd’?

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