James Marsden serves up chin, cheekbones, and charm for OUT mag.
James Marsden covers the September 2013 issue of OUT magazine photographed by Matthias Vriens-McGrath and styled by Grant Woolhead.
Oh, and eyes. He serves those up too.
“I’m actually less comfortable being the smoldering hot guy. I’d rather play a goofball or a rube than a steamy leading-man role. I’ve never been that guy — I was a skinny loner in high school.”
“I never set out to make a bad movie. Some movies just turn out bad, and I want to scream, ‘Why did you pick that take?!’ Then there are some movies that I’ve been in that I was sure people would laugh at, that have become huge. I thought The Notebook was going to be a schmaltzy Movie of the Week–type thing, and here we are!”
“So far, I’ve been incredibly fortunate in the roles I’ve been offered. Sometimes I worry that I’ll stop getting offered these ‘break in case of emergency’ sell-out parts.”
Okay, the styling’s triggering our OCD here. Flimsy t-shirts, jackets, heavy pants, gigantic boots and no socks are not combinations that make any sense to us whatsoever.
But he sure is purdy.
[Photo Credit: Matthias Vriens-McGrath for OUT Magazine]