Ian Somerhalder, Matt Bomer, Henry Cavill... so many good-looking actors who fans wish could play Christian Grey in the highly-anticipated film adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey," sometimes it's hard to keep track of which Hollywood heartthrob's leading the casting polls. Alexander Skarsgard, who plays the hunky vampire Eric Northman in the hit HBO series "True Blood," has had his fair share of Christian Grey hype. But a new photo snapped on the Red Carpet at a Golden Globes after-party really has some "Fifty Shades" enthusiasts swooning. Let's just say, Skarsgard may be perfectly "endowed" for the part... physically, at least.
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Skarsgard once admitted that he'd make the perfect Christian Grey because he already has experience playing a character with a sex dungeon on the provocative show "True Blood." He may be a little too old for the part (Grey starts off the trilogy at 27... Skarsgard's already 36) but such a sexy, mysterious vibe mixed with that smooth and cunning grin could make any Anastasia Steele buckle at the knees. Not to mention... it looks like Skarsgard packs some phenomenal heat under those pants, and he's admitted that he's comfortable with baring it all for the sake of good film and television.
What Mstarz is trying to get at is that Skarsgard would be perfect for the steamy "Fifty Shades" bedroom scenes because, as Linda Sharps of The Stir so cleverly points out, "Hello, Alexander Skarsgard's penis is a five-dollar footlong!" The image that provokes such viral "Fifty Shades" buzz was snapped Sunday evening (January 13) at the Warner Brothers/InStyle Golden Globes After-Party in Beverly Hills. Check it out... Is that a crease in Skarsgard's pants, or is he just happy to see us?
The tall and handsome Skarsgard looks totally sexy posing for cameras in his suave (GREY) suit... but the wandering eye can't help but to wonder what he's hiding underneath those dress pants!
Skarsgard has already shot several nude scenes for "True Blood"... is he ready to take things one provocative step further with a NC-17 rating? What do "Fifty Shades of Grey" fans think... should E.L. James and producers take notice of Skarsgard's "attributes?"