COLT Icons - Wayne Mills

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COLT Icons - Wayne Mills

From the most trusted name in all-male erotica and continuing to set the standard in masculine appeal, COLT Studio Group and it's COLT Men are a cut above the rest. Standing at the apex of sexual expression, the Men of the COLT Icon Series are the cream of the crop.

With his rock-hard and muscled physique, COLT Man Wayne Mills is a living sculpture of the male form perfected. Making his debut in the Iconic Buckshot Film MUSCLE RANCH, Wayne is the subject of Ed Dinakos' fantasy as a nude, greek statue come to life. When a COLT Man of Ed Dinakos' caliber fantasizes about you, you have certainly reached the level of an ICON. Posing and flexing his thick muscles and artistically displaying his nude form and his impressive uncut manhood, Wayne is an ICON among ICONS.

See more of Wayne Mills in the Buckshot Film MUSCLE RANCH, also starring COLT ICONS Ed Dinakos and Jake Tanner.

Starring Wayne Mills
  • Updated : 2013.12.12 |
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The first movie under John Rutherford's direction at COLT studio, after purchasing the studio in 2003, was RELOAD. Making a hardcore COLT Movie of this quality certainly required some dexterity. The production had its challenges due to the underwater sex sequence involving Marcus Iron and Rob Romoni. Rutherford wanted to push the boundaries with the ways viewers got to look at COLT Men by staging innovative shots of underwater penetration. Award-winning videographer, Todd Montgomery, used an underwater camera to capture the scenes up close far before anyone else in the industry was doing it at the time. The scenes were seen up close and the performers were very excited to try something new. The COLT Movie RELOAD and its underwater scene will be one to remember.

The mood on the COLT Movie set was overall very positive, as each of the guys knew they were making history and helping to take COLT Studio in a great new direction for the new owners. Of course, having the opportunity to participate in so much man-on-man action, with a group of muscular men, was also an incentive to do great work on the set.