Darlings, we can sense you’re all getting listless and unfocussed because your day has been boy-deficient. Allow us to remedy that.
James Marsden covers the August/September issue of DA MAN magazine photographed by Mitchell Nguyen McCormack and styled by Jeff Kim.
On 30 Rock and working with Tina Fey: “In my opinion, 30 Rock is a prime example of a show that is designed around the writing. The dialogue is incredibly well-crafted so it does not need to be tinkered with. That said, the show allows me plenty of creative latitude. They are always open to whatever extra contributions you might make to the dialogue or specific ideas. But I know my ideas better be funny or it won’t make the edit. The scenes between Tina and I are usually very playful and it is great to be on set with her. Comedy is so tough but when you work with the greats it just makes you better.”
On his personal style: “I think I can be a stylish person when I choose to be, but I usually don’t make that choice. Although, even with my basic style, I try not to look like a bum. Good jeans, good shoes, good watch. As a guy, that’s all you really need to concentrate on.”
On his workout regimen: “I usually run or bike to stay in shape. I don’t eat junk but I don’t have a strict diet either. I drink mostly water, go for a run 3-4 times a week, and eat moderately healthy. That’s pretty much it.”
Damn. He look GOOD.
He also looks much, much thinner than we remember him – and we remember him pretty thin to begin with. Someone’s been working out, it seems. “I don’t have a strict diet.” Girl, please.
And while we love the styling here and think he looks pretty hot, doesn’t a buttoned-up military-style shirt with hanging suspenders pretty much scream “neo-Nazi?” Kind of an odd choice there.
[Photo Credit: Mitchell Nguyen McCormack for daman.co.id]