Premiere of ‘Marriage 2.0’ Draws Viewers to

LOS ANGELES—The film Marriage 2.0, which explores modern relationships and sex, gave a huge boost on its premiere on Feb. 26, making it the site’s biggest movie premiere ever. Produced by LionReach Productions and distributed byAdam & Eve, Marriage 2.0 quadrupled viewer memberships for the adult entertainment portal in just one day. reported a surge in traffic that quadrupled its membership, with roughly 60 percent of memberships purchased by men and 40 percent by women, as a result of the premiere of Marriage 2.0.

“We’re thrilled to see the immense response Marriage 2.0 has spurred with the public through its premiere on,” said Marriage 2.0 screenwriter and producer Magnus Sullivan. “It shows there is an audience for a unique and compelling film that blends the best from adult movies and independent filmmaking.” 

Marriage 2.0 made its premiere on Feb. 26 on, a unique membership-based, cable TV-like platform containing high quality, big budget TV Shows with the biggest names in adult entertainment. monthly memberships are $14.99, which includes the chance to watch Marriage 2.0.

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The erotic film features performances from adult entertainment stars India Summer, Ryan Driller, Dylan Ryan, Nina Hartley, and Mickey Mod, along with appearances from internationally renowned sex and relationship experts such as Emily Morse and Reid Mihalko. The film follows a couple (India Summer and Ryan Driller) on their search for personal freedom, as well as emotional and sexual bliss within the context of an honest and committed modern relationship. 

In Marriage 2.0, India wants to live a full life—a life unfettered by the shackles of shame and tradition—but as she pushes the boundaries of her relationship with her long-time boyfriend, she finds tearing down boundaries is much easier than creating new rules to live by. Set adrift in her search for personal freedom and sexual bliss within the context of an honest and committed relationship, India's deepest insecurities surface as she faces the vulnerability of loving unconditionally. Lost in this new cultural landscape, India turns to sage advice from sex experts, friends, and even her mother, to navigate this inviting but disorienting terrain.

“Marriage 2.0” was written and produced by Magnus Sullivan for LionReach Productions, with distribution by Adam & Eve. It was directed by Paul Deeb (Feminist Porn Awards winner for Best Short Film), with cinematography by Alex Ladd (three-time AVN Awards winner).

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