Saturday, April 7, 2012
The rest of the week's wallpapers are derived from his modelling work. As many as I made, I could have done bunches more. But I had to stop at some point. Yep, I have my limits, even with Drew. Who knew?
Friday, April 6, 2012
More from Pretty Little Liars. The last one wasn't made by me. It looked fine just the way it was.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
From Pretty Little Liars, with a vid of his shirtless basketball scene. Make sure you're securely in your seat first. Drew's sweaty torso in motion could lead to fainting and injuring yourself when you fall on the floor. You have been warned.
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Heath Ledger would have been 33 today. We lost him only 4 years ago, and yet it seems so much longer already. He started in the business in 1992, so at least we saw him shine for 16 years. Roar, 10 Things I Hate About You, A Knight's Tale, Brokeback Mountain and The Dark Knight, to name a few. But the roles he could have played. Alas, fate is too often cruel. We miss you, Heath, and always will.
GAY ROLES: Brokeback Mountain
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Monday, April 2, 2012
Finally! A few months back, Drew Van Acker revealed in an interview that his birthday is April 2. So I decided to celebrate by declaring this Drew Van Acker Week. Starting today (his 26th birthday), there'll be new wallpapers of him every day, and the occasional video. Until there aren't. I've not gotten this carried away since Beemer Day. Which figures, since they're both among my top 42 guys. And in the upper half at that. Yeah, I like the pretty, but with a bit of "umph" hunkiness.
This week's guys share a birthday on Sunday. They also share being hunktastic, in different ways.
Sunday, April 1, 2012
This month's DeCoteau dude is Aaron Jaeger. Not a lot to say about him, since he's not done much between the two movies he did with David, The Brotherhood VI: Initiation and Christmas Spirit. I think you can see him in this excerpt from The Brotherhood VI. I believe he's third from the right. If I'm wrong, I don't think that'll detract from your appreciation.
I've been doing some digging, and have discovered David's next series concept will be movies based on Shakespeare plays. But, you know, still in the horror genre with guys running around in tighty whities. Can't stray too far from a successful formula. They'll all start with "1616", which is the year Shakespeare died. The ones I know about are: