Some favorite clicks from the past week:
There a many actors whose names are being bantered around for the role of Captain America, but not sure anyone can look as good in the suit as Scott Herman.
Casperan takes us back to the 80's and the hayday of the primetime soap with Lorenzo Lamas in Falcon Crest.
Superherofan shares with us some great caps of Johnny Weir from the last episode of 'Be Good Johnny Weir'.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Although I love listening to DVD commentaries, sometimes I wish I had skipped them. I am not generally in favor of 'breaking the fourth wall' on television shows and movies. Somehow when a sit-com ends with a real moment, or a movie ends with bloopers, some of the magic is gone.
I remember when I listened to the DVD commentary for the first season of Gossip Girl. (A show I hailed in season 1, yet really have not enjoyed that much since). I was rather disgusted with the cast commentary. I am not a prude, but the cast (including some who were just 14 at the time) were swearing non stop and generally just being pretty stupid.
I felt this way again while listening to some recent commentaries on a favorite show of mine, Damages. Actor Timothy Olyphant who joined the show in season two unfortunately joined in on the commentaries and my thoughts on him have sadly permanently changed. I certainly did, and still do think of Mr. Olyphant as a good actor and a great looking guy. I can't however say I am a fan of him as a person any longer. I know, not really fair, we all have our bad days. Timothy didn't do or say anything that bad really but he was insulting enough (the word retard was thrown out and about) and was generally just not funny while trying to be. There is nothing sadder than someone failing so miserably at trying to be funny. I will still watch his movies, but I will skip any further 'commentary' on his part.
Many of you might have seen Ricardo Vegas popping up on blogs recently with his work with photographer Tim Ricks. Ricardo (Rick) takes his last name Vegas from the city where he lives and works. Ricardo also spends quite a bit of time in L.A trying to expand on his modeling career. Ricardo has a great face with a smoldering sexiness which you can practically feel when gazing into his beautiful brown eyes.
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 190 lbs
Shoe size: 11
Hair color: Brown
Hair length: Short
Eye color: Brown
Skin color: Olive
Experience: Some Experience
To get that amazing body, Ricardo has studied and practied Crossfit. Crossfit is a is a strength and conditioning fitness methodology which combines weightlifting, sprinting, and gymnastics. Using these three disciplines, every inch of the body is effected. You can learn a bit more about Crossfit HERE:
Below: Ricardo in a recent Crossfit event.
Below: Ricardo by Robert Kley Photography.
Below: Ricardo By Eric Ita Photography.
Below: Ricardo by Martn Ryter.
Last four shots by Tim Ricks from RIXX Photography.