Last Gasp Of Summer

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Favorite Pic of the Day for February 6th


Great shot of Australia's Evan Baker.

Favorite Birthday Boys for today February 6th

Other Favorites celebrating today February 6th

Dancer and actor, the talented Spencer Liff most recently seen on Broadway in Equus turns 25 today.









Actor Nicolás Cabré from Argentina turns a Beautiful 30 today.




Nicolás in 'Yepeto' (1999).






Australian swimmer Brett Hawke turns 35 today.








Italian televison personality and former footballer player Stefano Bettarini turns 38 today.






Axl Rose turns 48 today.




Fabian Forte turns 67 today.

Help get Betty White to Host Saturday Night Live!



If you love Betty White (wasn't she great on the SAG's!) and a facebook user, head on over to help get her on Saturday Night Live! The page has close to 55,000 people already!!!

Favorite Face of the Day: Jonathan Isaiah



It is hard to believe that 24 year old Jonathan Isaiah describes himself as a nerd. Jonathan now lives in Los Angeles but is originally from Costa Rica. Amazing body and such a beautiful face!

"I can be described as hard working, patient and determined. My motto reflects my drive to succeed: "Most of us are about as eager to be changed as we were to be born, and go through our changes in similar state of shock."
Jonathan Isaiah

Check out more of Jonathan at Pinkerton Models LA



Jonathan Isaiah
Stats:

Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 178 lbs
Shoe size: 10
Hair color: Black
Hair length: Short
Eye color: Brown
Skin color: Tanned
Experience: Very Experienced






Next shot by Nate Jensen Creative.



Next three shots by one my favorites, Scott Hoover.






Below: Jonathan by Voyeur Photography.







Last four amazing shots by ZAKI Photographer.
Jonathan via YVY Mag by Allen Zaki for Timoteo.



FlashBack: Richard Gere in American Gigolo



I remember when I was about 5 or 6 I would get home from school and most days my mother and one or two of her friends would be in the kitchen talk, smoking and drinking coffee. There was something comforting about playing in the next room listening to their conversations. Not sure many kids have this same experience today. (the smoking aside). Certain parts of their conversations used to stick with me, especially when they were talking about men in the neighbourhood or movies they enjoyed. I remember one day in particular them discussing seeing 'American Gigolo'. I did not even know what the word gigolo meant, but I knew one day I had to see that movie.



Cut to 7 or 8 years later I have my own tv in my room with my own vcr (a beta machine given to me by a relative no less). Beta was already on the way out and there was only one place that I knew to rent beta tapes. Walking down the isle I saw the case for 'American Gigolo' and the memory of that kitchen conversation came flooding back. Home I went with AG (and Star Wars...whenever I rented something with male nudity, I always rented Star Wars as well.).



Richard Gere was a site to behold. Now I was still to young to really like the movie (actually I am not sure I like the movie today) but I was old enough to enjoy Mr. Gere. Although the far off frontal was a highlight, to me it was Gere hanging upside down wearing his inversion boots that had me wild.



American Gigolo is informally considered the second installment in director Paul Schrader's "lonely man" trilogy, following the Martin Scorsese directed Taxi Driver (1976) and preceding Light Sleeper (1992).

It is a blessing to me that John Travolta got cold feet and turned down the role that went to Gere. This is not the only role that Travolta has turned down only to be taken by Gere; it had previously happened with Days of Heaven (1978), and occurred again when Travolta was offered the lead in both An Officer and A Gentleman (1982) and Chicago (2002) Besides Gere and Travolta, the other actors that were offered the lead role were Christopher Reeve (who reportedly turned down a million dollar fee) and Chevy Chase (can't really see that one).