When I was a kid, the internet wasn't the same as it was now. I don't know what it's like for kids these days, but for me and my friends at least, we all had a list of movies that somebody got naked in. We were in high school and the internet was slow, we didn't have a lot of options.
It doesn't take a superhuman intellect to get why so many gay guys geek out for superheroes. For the nervously closeted adolescent comic book reader, there's pretty obvious appeal in all those stories about mild-mannered, unassuming characters with a spandex secret stashed away in the closet. That psychologically precarious balance between the maintenance of a double identity and fantastical powers waiting to be unleashed is potent enough; throw in sustained, worshipful attention to the male physique and you've got a compelling combination.
Billy strips down to his underwear to show off his ripped chest for his role as Ned in Stage Beauty Manhattan in Watchmen This bright blue super hero shows off his super dick as walks around the room completely naked.
Despite the fact that working on a green screen while wearing a bulky motion capture suit shouldn't be comfortable for any actor or actress, for Billy Crudup, who stars as Dr. Manhattan in the upcoming "Watchmen" film, it was almost second nature. However, despite the high-tech aspects of filming his character -- a glowing, blue-skinned, usually naked hero with god-like powers -- Crudup explained that not everything was filmed using sensory-depriving sets or wearing a bulky suit.
Grow a d—k. Billy Crudup, who plays Dr. Manhattan, is taking a decidedly more proactive approach to his Watchmen promotional duties.
So what's it like letting your computer-generated bits all hang out in front of millions? We asked Billy Crudup himself what it was like playing the big blue character who feels no shame. When we met Billy Crudrup at the Watchmen junket, all anybody wanted to ask him about was his wang.
Manhattan would glow blue. There were also motion capture electrodes on my body and I had over a hundred on my face. They all sent data into a computer that really created the Dr.
Billy Crudup has the biggest role in a very big movie. Manhattan in Watchmenwhich has devoted fans counting down the days until its release. Playing the blue and often conflicted superhero in the adaptation of the popular graphic novel was a new challenge for Crudup, who more often than not has earned critical acclaim for his serious performances. And Crudup had to get used to letting a computer enhance his body, which left little to the imagination on the big screen.
It's a murder mystery! It's got superheroes you've never heard of! It's totally deep and way metaphysical!