Explaining the title: I am thirty-something Latino who has a fondness for the Japanese culture and speak Spanglish--Spanish and English. Some people say "Span-English" so I mixed it with "Engrish," which is how some Japanese pronounce English.
With Jean-Claude Van Danme, I've noticed a pattern.
His 1991 film Double Impact, he played twins separated at birth...
1996's Maximum Risk, he finds his long-lost twin brother dead.
And in Replicant (2001), it gets pretty much homoerotic where a serial killer known as The Torch is cloned and when he finds his clone, he pretty much wants to hook up with him ("My Body is your body. My life is your life.")
Studmuffin Rick Yune's (The Fast and the Furious, "Alias," and Die Another Day) beefcake brother. He just turned 32 last week. He was born in our nation's capital Washington, D.C.
He was one of the bright spotlights in Anacondas: Search for Black Orchid. He passed a five-year contract for the daytime Soap, "All My Children'. He did shortly after he landed his lead film roles.
He has also been on Memoirs of a Geisha, Miracle Mile, and in a short called Ken as the main character.
Charlie Cox This British actor is four months younger than me, 24 years old, born in December. He will be in the new fantasy movie Stardust where he co-stars with Michelle Pfeiffer, Clarie Danes, Peter O'Toole, Rupert Everett, Henry Cavill, and Robert DeNiro.
He was Giovanni Bruni in Casanova.
Urkanian Chicago Bulls player is 24 years old, like four days older than me.
He is 6'9", 218 pounds (more than me but he is taller) and plays Forward.
If you guys may have not noticed, I have an extensive selection of hunks and beefcake. I am now open to requests for pictures. Don't be shy. E-mail me or post a comment on this post for more pictures of the guys I've posted or any you want pics of--I'll find them.
Doesn't have to be an actor or model, I also got athletes and singers and comedians.
These TRUTH Public service announcements that have been on the air since 1997, that are always 'hard hitting' about the tobacco companies, now in a new commercial in which the new guy Derrick (with a fro and big glasses) gets in a big furry purple suit to demonstrate what audience likes the suit---shocker! kids, ooh wow... [Note: even the suit he wears is shown on the website] In the ad, 'Derrick' (in case that is not his real name, if he isn't like Alltel's Chad) claims that a tobacco company targeted children in The Muppet Movie with having cigarettes in the movie. Now, let's see... the movie was released in 1979, 'The Muppets' at the time was more adult-related and adults enjoyed it more than kids. This was in a time before movies and merchandise was marketed exclusively to kids, no doubt it was marketed to kids but not exclusively. And the cigars in the movie, the three characters that are smoking... are human adults! A bartender, a used-car salesman, and the Hollywood mogul played by Orson Welles. I grew up watching this movie and I barely noticed the smoking as a kid. I do remember vaguely Welles smoking but I was more turned off by it than anything. The article below was made in 1998. And there was no big purple muppet in the movie, only a big brown one. I am sure if Sweetums walked up to kids at a city park, they'd be running off. The Muppet Movie itself is 28 years old and this complaint is at least 9 or 10 years old. So this 'war' is completely dead and in the ground and they clearly have nothing else to find against the tobacco companies. Come on people! You got plenty to choose from, probably Truth has already done it all.
I hate these claims that have been going on for like five years that the cable channel Bravo has become gay because of shows like 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,' 'Project Runway,' 'Gay Weddings,' and 'Blow Out' and countless other GLBT-related or themed shows. To me, Bravo has always been gay. When they used to show films, the majority of them were GLBT-themed such as The Wedding Banquet, Love! Valour! Compassion!, and of course, The Birdcage. So don't be telling me it became when its always been. But to that, I think its just been understanding to its viewers and just showing movies that sometimes don't get to be shown just because of its subject matter.
Jaimie Alexander ("Watch Over Me," "It's Always Sunny..." and "Standoff") has been announced as the 'dark' Jessi XX in season two of 'Kyle XY', ABC Family's surprise hit sci-fi drama from last summer. I am excited about season two, starts JUNE 11. As female counterparts to their male protagonists is not quite original and pretty much a gimmee, I am sure they have their own spin on it as they wonderfully spun the young hot clone with superpowers John Doe-mystery genre and believe they are plenty of them. Other female counterparts to TV super men without costumes, are say, Lindsay Wagner ('The Bionic Woman') and Sandra Bullock ('Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman' - 1989).
Doesn't that guy who plays Zach, the cheerleader's sexually confused friend Zach on "Heroes" look familiar? Well, he is Thomas Dekkar, who started as the young Nick on "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show." The creator of 'Heroes' meant Zach to be gay and I think that was really brave to have that in an esemble show and unfortunately NBC states he is 'heterosexual.' How medical to describe a teenager's sexuality.
He is a child actor who provided the voice to Fievel in the 'An American Tail' sequels and Littlefoot in some of the many 'Land Before Time' sequels, he made guest spots on 'ER,' 'Seinfeld,' 'Star Trek: Voyager,' and 'The Young and the Restless.' He sung and danced.
One of the shows I recently mentioned that came out on DVD, 'Grosse Pointe,' he play a teenage gay kid who won a contest to meet Al Santos, well his character. Thomas has bravely played gay characters. He is 19 years old and hot.
Before 'Heroes,' he guested on 'House,' family friendly '7th Heaven,' and played John Connor in the pilot for 'The Sarah Connor Chronicles,' the proposed Terminator television spin-off.