Sat. Jun 25th, 2022

Chicago – Sparks Entertainment is one of the most talked-about cosplay sites. Director/owner Harry Sparks is set to embark on one of his biggest features and has cast Euphoria’s Chloe Cherry in the lead role and has gone into pre-production.

The working title of Harry Sparks’ film is Maid to Kill. The original Hitchcockian thriller is set in the future where criminals are sentenced to a life of servitude. A secret government agency recruits an ex-criminal (played by Chloe) to pose as a maid and complete an undercover caper.

The rest of the film is in the process of being cast, and will announce new additions in the coming weeks. The big-budget original feature/sci-fi epic is set to go into full production in March.

“Chloe is an incredible actress, and I had her in mind for the role when I started writing the script in 2019. I’m glad she’s achieved major recognition for her role in HBO’s Euphoria, and I’m excited to get into production and let her really shine in this role,” says Harry Sparks.

Maid to Kill will have an XXX version available exclusively on Sparks’ members’ site, followed by an R-rated version that will have a red-carpet premiere. Additionally, BTS during filming, interviews with the cast, and previews will be available to members of So, make sure you’re a member to get in on all the action.


Sparks Entertainment is the brainchild of avant-garde, award-winning mainstream and adult director, producer, and editor Harry Sparks. The studio is known for its adult/erotic horror, fantasy, and science fiction. 2021 brought the relaunch as a members-only erotic cosplay-themed site with top adult stars as your favorite superheroines, villains, princesses, anime/manga, video game characters, and more. The iconic site also has BTS, interviews, and more.

East Coaster Harry Sparks developed his craft studying film and video production at Florida Metropolitan University, International Academy of Design and Technology-Orlando, Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and UCLA Extension. His short film “A Night to Dismember” debuted in 2006 on IFC’s Media Lab Uploaded and was followed up with multiple shorts. His short about global warming, “Shenandoah,” received a 2007 Broadband Emmy Award. “All Hallows’ Eve” and “Rotkappchen: The Blood of Red Riding Hood” also received critical acclaim.

In 2012, Sparks made his debut in adult producing, directing, and editing AMK Empire’s coming of age sex comedy/drama, “Revenge of the Petites.” The film won a Gold Kush Award for Feature Film and multiple XBIZ Awards, including Best Cinematography and Best Actress in All-Girl Feature, plus garnered numerous AVN, XBIZ, Venus Awards, XRCOs, Urban X, and Humboldt International/420 Awards noms. His 2013 feature film “The Vampire Mistress,” that blended adult and horror, won Dani Daniels the XBIZ Award for Best Actress in an All-Girl Release and scored eleven 2014 XBIZ Awards and four AVN Awards noms. In 2016, “Beauty & the Beast XXX,” based on the French fairy tale “La Belle et La Bête,” was one of Sparks’ most successful titles, featured an all-star cast, won a NightMoves Award for Best Parody – Editor’s Choice, and was nommed for nine XBIZ Awards and seven AVN Awards.

Keep up with Sparks Entertainment and Harry Sparksby following their Twitter at @SparksEntTV and @harry_sparks and Instagram at @sparksentertainmentofficial and @officialharrysparks. “Like” Sparks Entertainment’s Facebook page at

By Editor