Friday, September 14, 2012

Favorite Pic of the Day for September 15th

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Happy Birthday today September 15th to: Dave Annable, Tom Hardy, Josh Rafter, Christian Cooke, Will Toale, Rene Haselbacher, Tom Dolan, Josh Charles Jack Gwaltney, Danny Nucci, Tommy Lee Jones & Prince Harry (above) HERE:

Favorite New Addition to Glee: Dean Geyer



Season 4 of Glee premiered last night and although I am often hard on the show, I really did not have much of a problem with anything I saw. Jacob Artist and Melissa Benoist are welcomed additions and Dean Geyer (pictured) sexes up the screen making Finn a distant memory. Kitty (Becca Tobin) seemed a waste of space and for me a little Unique (Alex Newell) goes a long way. Alex's Pinball Wizard was one of my favorite songs from last season, but as a character he is a bit much in more than small does. Kate Hudson is good, but she is playing a fairly uninspired character, seems there is a teacher like her in almost every movie or television show about the performing arts, and Whoopi Goldberg plays arguably the least memorable role of her long career.



I think the problem is what I didn't see. I understand the producers did not want to make high school 7 years for their cast, but they could have easily gotten away without graduating anyone for another season or 2. Except for Rachel and Kurt (duh), they spread the rest of their graduates all over the country. A Glee premiere with out a second of Mercedes, Mike, Santana, Puck, Finn, Quinn, Emma, not to mention Becky just fell a little flat to me. The ensemble cast was always what made the show to me, and splitting up the original core cast, while adding so many new faces is just unnecessary. No matter how talented the writers, juggling all these characters, in so many different locations is an almost impossible task.

Glee Season 4

Glee is a musical and musicals are for the most part not based in reality. Fantasy is fine when characters break into song every five minutes. Puck could have failed, Mike could have been hired to assist Will, Quinn, Santana and Mercedes could all be at the same college, would not have been that much of a stretch. The season is just getting started, so we shall see what happens but given Ryan Murphy and company did a fairly poor job of juggling it's large cast when they all existed in one setting, prospects are not looking up.

Dean in Never Back Down

Exhibiting Bad Behaviour

BAD BEHAVIOUR BOYS!
Above: Pierre Fitch

Award Winning Photographers, Ross Brownsdon and Travis de Jonk, love creating sexy and thought provoking images as part of their artist bent, Bad Behaviour Boys! The Melbourne based artists have been working independently and collaboratively since 2003, creating editorial and fashion editorial images for numerous publications, as well as work for exhibition. Ross and Travis have worked with various celebrities and publications and as official photographers for among others, The Melbourne OutGaymes 2008, Midsumma Festival, Melbourne Queer Film Festival, Rawhide Entertainment and Rogue Dance Parties and Australian Natural Bodybuilding Championships. The independently initiated and funded photographic project BAD BEHAVIOUR & MISS BEHAVIOUR images and calendar series have led to international success, selling all over the world and scoring the photographers critical acclaim.


We all know there is something about a bad boy. Like a moth to a flame, we want to get closer even though we know we will end up scorched. A walk on the wild side, a date with sinister. Ross and Travis skillfully taps into this universal and primal urge with intense and colorful images both dark and erotic, dangerous and delicious. Part of experiencing a lived life is occasionally giving in to these urges, diving into things and places you know you shouldn't. I often question those people who say they have no regrets. Some of the things that I regret most have ended up being the most intense and powerful moments of my life. They may not all have been my finest moments, but they are the experiences that have defined who I now am more than any other.

Adam:

'Hailing originally from Perth, Australia, this part time cocktail specialist, bar boy, dancer, model and gym bunny is such a great friendly guy, and not surprisingly attracts everyone's attention (both male and female) where ever he goes. What we really love about him is how proudly he embraces his 'gingerness' - and so he should! How gorgeous is he!? We first met him through Justin (our model from last week's post, who loves ginger men). We were instantly drawn to him, and were lucky enough to get him in the studio, pretty much straight off the boat from Perth.'


Blake:

'Blake is a 23yr-old caravan builder by day, he is also a regular natural bodybuilding competitor with an equally natural inclination for entertaining those around him at his night job - as a highly in demand stripper. During our hour long shoot, came alive with such openness and sexual magnetism.! This sexy Melbourne lad has a hot chiseled body to die for and he's certainly not afraid to use it. Coupled with his cute boy-next-door looks, and a disarmingly charming personality we just know he is destined for a bright future of breaking hearts!'


Luke:

'Luke has always been captured by all the creative world has to offer. And so he is also no stranger to being in front of the camera. During our recent visit to Sydney, we were stoked when he made some time to shoot with us. He was so wonderfully enthusiastic and experienced that we got so much done in just a couple of hours. Can you imagine what we will end up doing when we get him in the studio? We can't wait to work with him again!'


Matthew:

'We LOVE Mathew Mason, and are huge supporters of this brave and sexy man who champions sex, sexuality and 'taking life by the balls and making your dreams come true'. We find him such a great model to work because of his fearlessness in front of the camera, and that he always brings fresh and fun ideas to the table. He also understood what Ross and I were doing with Bad Behaviour and was a big supporter of us from the beginning.'


Favian:

'With an amazing face, killer body and awe inspiring moves, Favian is one of those guys that is simply impossible to miss in a crowd. And then he takes his shirt off to reveal THAT tattoo - XMEN fans will recognise it as the Phoenix. A rough and tough looking exterior is really cover for a deeply creative, dedicated and passionate artist who takes his craft very seriously. He performs in a number of break dancing groups competing nationally. Something else he takes quite seriously is sneakers - This sexy man has one of the biggest collection of sneakers we have ever seen! Most of them are pristine and take up a specially made closet in his home.'



Favorite face Of The Day: Richard Harmon



A couple of weeks ago I watched filmmaker J.T. Tepnapa's directorial debut Judas Kiss and was enthralled by actor Richard Harmon. Richard plays Danny Reyes in an interesting time warp drama in which a filmaker (Charlie David) returns to his former school to judge the school's annual film contest. In a cool, and sort of complicated twist, the filmmaker works to change the course of a student's past in order to reshape his own density.



Vancouver's Richard Harmon has an incredible face and I was enthralled with is presence from his first scene in Judas Kiss. Richard comes from a showbiz family and was fascinated with the industry since he was a kid spending time on his film director fathers sets. Richard's first film was ‘School of Life’, starring Ryan Reynolds and has worked steadily since in movies and tv shows The Secret Circle and The Killing. Next up for Richard, the new sci fi show Continuum.



Richard in Judas Kiss (2011)









Just Because: More of the cast of Judas Kiss



Besides Richard Harmon, the cast of Judas Kiss also includes two other favorites, Sean Paul Lockhart, aka Brent Corrigan as Chris Wachowsky and Charlie David as Zachary Wells.






Charlie David:



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