He’s just so darn pretty. SIGH. Life’s just not fair sometimes ;)
Matt Bomer definitely knows his bread and butter. He knows he’s dashingly handsome in a suit. Recently, the White Collar actor released a fashion line including bow ties, suits and pocket squares inspired by his character on the show, Neal Caffrey. The 35-year-old is certainly becoming the fashion maven.
Adding to his fashion cred, Bomer pops up in the latest issue of DA MAN magazine. Photographed by Mitchell Nguyen McCormack, Matt’s spread is stylishly cool and relaxed. I love the blue blazer and plaid pant look. Soooo hot. Check out a few photos from his shoot, along with a few quotes where he discusses being a father, keeping sane in Hollywood and his next project.
Having a life outside of the business that grounds you. For me, it’s my family. They always come first, and always will. But it doesn’t have to be exclusive to family. There are lots of things that keep the business in perspective. We’re very blessed to be able to tell stories. It’s an essential way for humankind to understand itself: who we are, where we come from, where we could be going, what we’re capable of. But at the end of the day, if you’re not living a life outside of the business, you’re going to run out of things to bring to the table.
I first noticed Simone Bredariol when he popped up on the high fashion cycle of America’s Next Top Model. Since then, I’ve been a fan of this sexy Italian male model and followed his career. If you missed it, be sure to check out my Model Behavior post on him. Plenty of photos of him there.
Bredariol’s latest fashion editorial finds him in a racing state of mind. Photographed by Marco Marezza and styled by Cannon, Simone smolders surrounded by an armada of vintage automobiles. In one instance, he’s shirtless underneath one of the vehicles. Vroom, vroom is all I have to say. I’d definitely like a peek under his “hood”. When he is clothed (which is a shame), he’s sporting threads from Emporio Armani. Check out his spread in the latest issue of DA MAN magazine below.
On “Once Upon A Time”, Josh Dallas as Prince Charming fights his enemies with his sword. For a fashion editorial in Da Man’s latest issue, he wields an even more powerful weapon- a fierce wardrobe. Clothes can definitely elevate any man, and the 30-year-old actor certainly proves that in this photo spread photographed by Mitchell Nguyen Mccormack. Props also should be given to stylist Drew Manares for picking the pieces. Check out a few quotes and photos below from the issue which features James Marsden on the cover.
On His Happy Ending
“I hope to direct, to have a family, to create my own films and TV series, and ultimately to have the ‘happy’ in ‘happily ever after.’”
On His Complicated Character
“I think of it in a slightly different way. It’s not so much that there are challenges, as much as the two characters live in two different emotional states. In the case of ‘Charming,’ he is forthright, confident, honest and brave. ‘David’ is the opposite: he is weak, confused, and lost. So I use the script as a jumping off point and explore their characteristics accordingly.”
You may recognize the sexy face and body of Derek Theler but you have a hard time placing him. I know I sure did. If you are a watcher of ABC Family, then you’ll know Derek from the hit series “Baby Daddy” where he plays Danny. Prior to that, Derek hasn’t really received that much exposure. One thing is for sure- he’s one sexy guy that isn’t afraid to take off his shirt. I don’t hear anyone complaining.
Derek is featured in the 2012 August/September issue of Da Man magazine, a definite Homorazzi favorite for their constant feature of sexy studs with minimal clothing. Amongst the sexy shots is an interview in which Derek talks about talking to women and being a funny guy. “I have my moments. The cast of this show helps a lot because we joke around all the time, we are good friends and we play off each other.”
True Blood hottie Joe Manganiello definitely has “rugged appeal”. Come on. Look at him! Whether it’s playing a shirtless (and sometimes naked) werewolf on TV or just plain posing for the camera, Joe’s sexiness is undeniable. It’s hard to remember that Joe has done other acting outside of True Blood. He also appeared on ER, How I Met Your Mother and One Tree Hill. Up next for the Pittsburgh native is the drama-dy What To Expect When You’re Expecting and the much anticipated movie that all of us are DYING to see, Magic Mike.
In this new Q&A with Indonesian magazine Da Man, Joe is asked about the building of his career and whether or not he has any regrets about joining show business. And of course, the magazine ask him about his grooming habits and if his rocking bod is a product of True Blood or something that he does on his own. Check out the interview with M. Berlian and photos by Mitchell Nguyen McCormack below.
For a long time, he was simply known as the other Asian on FOX’s hit show, Glee. Now, dancer and actor Harry Shum Jr. has even more to celebrate. He’s stepped out of the shadows and become a series regular on the hit show where he stars as the character of Mike Chang. He even had his first singing debut the other night singing the track Cool from West Side Story.
Harry isn’t new to many eyes. He’s made notable cameos in the films Step Up 2 and Step Up 3D, but he is also a prominent member and co-choreographer for the dance troupe LXD which has made appearances during the Oscars, Dancing With The Stars and more.
In the mag, Harry discusses his role on the show talking about how he’s been taking vocal lessons to hopefully have more opportunities to sing on the show but admits, he is no singer. Da Man asks besides fellow dancer Brittany (played by Heather Morris) who his favorite dance partner is. Surprisingly, he answers with Matthew Morrison and discusses the episode where they performed Make ‘Em Laugh together from the musical Singin’ In The Rain. Interesting fact, Matthew broke his finger on the first take of that number but didn’t tell anyone until the end of the day. What a trouper.
Harry also has quite the mixed upbringing. Harry is full Chinese but was born in Costa Rica. And to top it all off, Spanish was his first language. He even shares how in pictures of him as a kid, he sticks out like sore thumb amongst his friends. When he moved to California with his family, he learned English and Chinese (Cantonese). He says that being disciplined in a trilingual home can be quite entertaining in it’s own right. There is no doubt that Mike’s season regular position on Glee will only be a stepping stone of what more is to come for this talented guy.
Harry Potter alumni Tom Felton is latest hottie to cover Da Man magazine and with those piercing blue eyes, I’m not complaining. Tom may be leaving Harry Potter behind but is already heading up his next film with Friday’s release of Rise of the Planet of the Apes. In the issue, Tom talks about playing a villain, those crazy Harry Potter fans and not going blonde for a long time. So how does Tom embrace his villainess ways?
“I hope to embrace it. I think British actors have quite a good pedigree in playing villainous roles and they seem very happy. So, I hope to embrace it, rather than shake it.”
Does this mean we can expect more villain-like roles from Tom in the future? I hope so. I was lucky enough to catch a sneak preview of the new Apes movie last night (review up Friday) and Tom played quite the villain in that as well. Hopefully, that’s not the end. Tom also talks about his first day of set for Rise of the Planet of the Apes:
“I remembered on the first day of the shoot, Rupert [the director] said, ‘Yeah, it’s great, but I want you to have bleached-blond hair.’ I looked at him, like, ‘Ah, you are kidding, mate. I just managed to get rid of the blond hair, how can you possibly want it back?’ So I eventually said, ‘Yeah, fine. Okay, I’ll do it.’ And then he burst out laughing; he just wanted me to answer that. That was a nice way to break the ice with the director. From then on, I felt more comfortable filming with him.”
Another day, more True Blood-related promos. Yup, Homorazzi.com has officially turned into a TB fan site. LOL. Instead of a new trailer, today’s promotional efforts come courtesy of two of the lead stars from the HBO supernatural hit. Alexander Skarsgard (Eric Northman) and Ryan Kwanten show off their good looks for two very different magazine covers.
Hot off his spread in GQ magazine, Skarsgard gets in touch with his darker side for a gorgeous pictorial for Interview Magazine. Meanwhile, Aussie Ryan Kwanten (Jason Stackhouse), plays male mannequin for Indonesian magazine, Da Man. He shows off the hottest looks for summer. Check out both their fashion editorials below.