The most gorgeous man on television?
For the first time in my life I actually Googled the casting director of a show that I'm watching instead of just typing in "(random actor's name) dic pic." Unfortunately it's not because I've matured as a connoisseur of film and television production. Instead, it's because I had to know who the hell had the amazing insight to cast hotties and in new Amazon original series The Man in the High Castle! These two relatively unknowns are, there are no words, they're... art. They're... the opening scene of the Lion King. They're... transcendental. They make me hard.
Rupert Evans (Left) & Luke Kleintank pondering spit roasting you
Interestingly, it turns out the show's casting director Denise Chamian has a 6th sense for hot dick because she also cast the OTHER dystopian production with a male cast that makes you want to be used like a dick koozie - The Maze Runner, as well as massive franchises like Pirates of the Caribbean. The Man in the High Castle is based on Philip K. Dick's 1962 book of the same name that envisions an America in which the evil Axis Powers won WWII. The West Coast is occupied by the Japanese Pacific States and the East Coast by Nazi Germany. The middle of the country is a neutral zone, and we learn about the goings on in this world through our two creamers, Joe Blake (Luke Kleintank) and Frank Frink (Rupert Evans), and this incredibly annoying girl who is stealing Luke from us and shall not be named.
After conversing with some colleagues I've come to the realization that Rupert is really a glasses on pants down kind of guy. It's just something about those frames that would make me name names. Luke Kleintank is just a fucking manly sex monster and will always look perfect. It's like, he doesn't look exactly like an actor out there and yet he feels like the quintessential leading man. While Luke has never gone nude for a role, Rupert Evans shows some bush and side butt for Castle and some dick and balls for (2007). Let's start the weekend off right with a look at this gorgeous specimen!