Adam and Eve Holds Open Casting Call for <i>Eden</i>

Adam & Eve Pictures held an open casting call on Tuesday to find new female talent for its upcoming epic adventure, Eden. Set in Hawaii, the production will shoot for ten days in exotic locations accessed by yacht and helicopter.

"Eden is going to be our biggest budgeted feature of the year," said Adam & Eve publicist, Mischa Allen. "We want to make sure that we have a great team, a great crew, and a great cast. We want a variety of girls—blonde, brunettes, Asians, Hispanics, whatever. We want it to be a unique cast. That's what Eden's all about. That's why we're here today."

Performers cast for the feature will be flown to Maui to star alongside contract girls Carmen Luvana and Ava Rose in director Daniel Dakota's tale of island fantasy. Horseback riding, swimming, snorkeling, and jet skiing are some of the activities talent will engage in during filming.

"We wanted to have an opportunity for the girls to come in and really show us what they got—to talk to them and see what they're excited about," said Dakota. "We want to be sure that once we get to Hawaii whomever we bring really wants it."

Dakota and executive producer Meredith Christopher interviewed starlets Alexa Lynn, Richelle Ryan, Anna Nova, and Gianna Lynn during AVN's visit this afternoon. Mainstream actor Xavier Towers, who was nominated for his non-sex performance in Red Light District's Bustful of Dollars at this year's AVN Award show, was also interviewed for a possible role as the island's Mr. Roarke-like host.

"I've never been to Hawaii," chirped Ryan. "But, it sounds sexy!"

"I always look for personality," said Dakota. "You can meet the most beautiful girl in the world but, if she has no personality and no positive energy, looks won't matter. What we do is a very visual business. Obviously, you need to have a nice figure. But, I'm looking at what they're projecting from inside as well." 

Eden begins production in April.