Last but far from least is Don Diamont (49). A soap stud amongst soap studs. Do-able twenty years ago, today, and probably twenty years from now. He's one of those guys, the kind of whom we need many more. Where's cloning when you really need it?
This is the last set of wide wallpapers for the year. Truly miscellaneous, as these didn't quite fit in any other category. Only thing in common? The faces are nice, and the bodies are slamming. You can't really tell from T.J.'s, but check out Superherofan's collection. Yeah, I was surprised the first time to see all that was under his clothes. Wow!
So I get the issue with Mister Berlin in it, and I see a man who's the spitting image of my friend Kirk!
No, not his real name, 'cause ya don't need to know that much. Anyway, imagine Peter Berlin in his early 20s, medium height, similar build, and not so big down there. But then, who is? Yep, he even had the same hairstyle. Oh, and straight, unfortunately. But I was out to all my friends, and he was cool with it. I found him on Facebook recently, and he's changed quite a lot. What a shock, after thirty years. Still, I look at Peter Berlin and remember Kirk from back in the day. Ah, fond memories.
We'll finish our DeCoteau Christmas with these videos. One of which is the trailer for 1313: Wicked Stepbrother, to whet the appetite. The other is a video montage of all the DeCoteau wallpapers I've done since I started the blog back in '09. You can see the posts themselves this way. I also put together a list on IMDb of some of the guys in David's movies. Only the ones with photos, though. Weirdly, Greyston Holt and Arthur Napiontek don't have pictures anymore, so I removed them. Oh, well. Don't forget to check out my YouTube channel, too. I've done some updating, and you can find all the wallpaper videos there. Plus some playlists that you might like.
I'll keep this briefer than yesterday. Goodness, I can go on, can't I?
These are the wallpapers made from the photos from 1313: Wicked Stepbrother. I didn't use the pool shot, 'cause it just didn't work for my purposes. The others were fine, though. Heck, I doubled on Andrew M. Gray, which I hardly ever do. But the composition of the shot was so nice, and cropping focused it so well. I can see folks enjoying it on their desktop, with or without windows.
One of the cast, Jake Madden, has been previously featured. Gorgeous cheekbones, and such pretty eyes and eyebrows. He'd make a great Vulcan.
And before I forget, there's a Yahoo discussion group for David's movies. It's called Brotherhood the movie.