James McAvoy

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  1. VTAce

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    In the 8/18/06 issue of "Entertainment Weekly," Scottish stud James McAvoy (Band of Brothers, Chronicles of Narnia) is sporting a sexy bulge on page 60.

    I knew there must be a reason why I found Mr. Tumnus sort of sexy. :biggrin1:
     
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    What? No mention of "Shameless", his most famous and debut role (as Mancunian wide-boy Steve) - or do I detect from your date format (mm/dd/yy) that you are across the pond :biggrin1: :biggrin1: :biggrin1: ?

    Why does the US persist with that completely illogical date format? You have days within months within years, not months within days. :confused:
     
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    Yep, I'm over here.

    We don't use the metric system either. :tongue:
     
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    Neither do we, if we can avoid it! :biggrin1:
     
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    No mention of Children of Dune where he runs around a good portion of the show shirtless and in leather pants.
     
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    I imagine the "mm/dd/yy" date format is meant to reflect the order in which the date would be casually spoken. Conversationally, one would say, "August 18th, 2006," rather than, "18 August, 2006."
     
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    Actually I'd dispute that. In the UK both forms are used conversationally but, IME, the latter probably tends to be more common than the former.
     
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    I and a lot of people here say 18th of (month) and generally you don't need to say the year since everyone should know it.

    I think the strange date format may just to be to spite the English, like driving on the right. It's still silly though.

    I don't think I've heard of this guy unless he's the really scruffy alcoholic on Shameless?
     
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    You're thinking of Frank Gallagher (played by David Threlfall), the father. Steve (James McAvoy) was the boyfriend of the eldest daughter, Fiona (Anne-Marie Duff). The character was a well-spoken, middle-class boy, who resented his parents and his upbringing and preferred to hang around with the council estate trash, just to spite his family. He left the series mid-way through the second season but returned at the end to take Fiona away with him and neither of them appeared in season 3 or will appear in the new series.
     
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    There could well be more revealing material out there (I haven't had time for a proper look), but just to clarify who we're talking about pictorially:

    1, 2

    Children of Dune caps: 1, 2, 3, 4
     
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    You can definitely see bulging in the #4 picture above. Thanks Alex.
     
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    Alex, how do you ever have time for anything? You're on almost every thread, as far as I dan make out, faithfully delivering the goods with startling proliferation. I can only assume you must have cloned yourself about a dozen times. Thanks for all your work.

    As far as J Mc's concerned, I fell quite in love with him after (or whilst) watching him live at the Donmar Wharehouse, London, in Privates on Parade. Can I assure you all that this play does what it says in the label and Mr McAvoy has an absolutely beautiful cock- The perfect appendage to a sweet body, exquisite face and not inconsiderable acting talent.

    I look forward to more from him and expect him to go far.

    BTW this is my first post!
     
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    In "Last king of Scotland" he's a little more dressed than in "Children of Dune", but still very cute in a masculine way. For those here who may not have noticed he has a hot ass too. Along with a few more productions over the next year:
    Wanted (2006) (announced)
    Atonement (2007) (filming) .... Robbie Turner
    Becoming Jane (2007) (post-production) .... Tom
    Penelope (2006) (post-production) .... Max
    Starter for Ten (2006) (completed) .... Brian Jackson
     
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    I was GOING to say he is a hot guy....then I saw the pics.

    Completely changed my mind now. He was cute in Narnia and that appears to be it. Don't like his hair at all.
     
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    You need to see him live and NEKID.
     
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    nude .
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    I much.prefer his "Shameless" costar ,Dean Lennox Kelly, who is very hairy and invariably naked .
    The young son, "Lip" was cute too but very young (looking) !
     
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    i saw jame's dick in a play some years ago and he is enormous and uncut. 6 inches at least soft.
     
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    Was it Privates On Parade at the Donmar? I had to see it twice. It was a great show quite apart from James' privates on parade, but I think that was probably the main reason for the repeat visit.
     
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    Yes It Was Wasnt He Huge
     
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    Yes. Perhaps not huge by some of the benchmarks set here, but definitely well above average, plus he had a charisma on stage that enhanced his good looks which made him VERY sexy. As I recall, Nigel Harman (Dennis from Eastenders) also appeared at a time when nobody knew who he was. The Donmar Wharehouse also produced Take me out, that other Bastion of full frontal male nudity on stage.

    I miss the Donmar. I used to get free tickets because I had connections in the box office, but I don't live in London anymore.
     
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