Welsh actor Luke Evans has appeared in a handful of big-name Hollywood franchises, but you’re probably more familiar with the way he backpedaled on his sexuality over anything else. Allow me to catch you up, if you’you've been living under a rock… Evans clearly stated in a 2002 interview with The Advocate that he’s playing for our team, later revealing in another 2004 piece that his career hasn't suffered from being out.
Then he sort of went back into the closet? I’m all for giving him the benefit of the doubt and embracing the fluidity of sexuality, but what’s important here is that he’s got a sweet fuckable ass and looks damn good in tighty whities. (Awesome and totally relevant segue, self!) Evans appeared nude in the 2013 TV mini-series The Great Train Robbery, and I can safely say that I’ve never been more turned on watching a man get dressed.
Alas, if this brief tease isn't enough for you, then it’s my journalistic duty to inform you that some sources claim Evans’ dick appeared in a homemade blowjob video with gay porn model Jayden Tyler. If you, yourself, have ever had Luke Evans dick in your mouth, please send a detailed e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what it tasted like. Thank you in advance.
Luke Evans (born 15 April 1979) is a Welsh theater performer, singer and film actor. Evans began his career in stage acting performing in many of London's West End productions such as Rent, Miss Saigon, and Piaf before getting his breakthrough role in Hollywood starring in 2010's Clash of the Titans remake, playing Apollo. Following his debut, Evans was cast in action and thriller films such as Immortals, The Raven and played Aramis in the 2011 revamped adaptation of The Three Musketeers.
In 2013, Evans starred as Owen Shaw in Fast & Furious 6. He is playing Bard the Bowman in Peter Jackson's three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. Evans has been cast as the lead in the reboot of the comic book film The Crow and is slated to portray the vampire Count Dracula in the film's origin story.
The Great Train Robbery is a British television film in two parts, that was first broadcast on BBC One on 18 and 19 December 2013. Written by Chris Chibnall, it tells the story of the Great Train Robbery on 8 August 1963, first from the perspective of the robbers, and then from the perspective of the police. Coincidentally, the first part, A Robber's Tale, was shown on the same day that Ronnie Biggs died.
A Robber's Tale is set between November 1962 and the aftermath of the Great Train Robbery on 8 August 1963. Beginning at London Heathrow Airport where the big practice robbery took place, Bruce Reynolds (Luke Evans) gathered a group of men to target the Royal Mail train heading between Glasgow and London.
A Copper's Tale begins in the early morning of 8 August 1963 after the train robbery took place. Six of the best police officers from Scotland Yard are called to help with the investigation, with DCS Tommy Butler (Jim Broadbent) in charge.