Gregg Sulkin has never looked hotter than in this photo for the latest issue of Schon magazine.
The 24-year-old actor opened up to the glossy about landing his role in Marvel’s Runaways. Check it:
On Marvel: “The producer of the show called me with somebody on the line from Marvel and he said to me – which is a moment I’ll never forget – ‘Gregg, the next three words are about to change your life. Welcome to Marvel.’”
On the plot: “They won’t send my scripts to my email, in case my email gets hacked. It’s intense.”
On his personal goals: “For me, the goal is always to pull from my own experience. That’s how you stay true to being an honest character on screen. A lot of actors get caught out by trying to act and I think, when that happens, it’s not a very enjoyable experience for them or for the audience because they’re not watching truth.”
The Wizards of Waverly Place alums are getting to work on their new project together.
As we reported back in September last year, the project will be called Downtown Earl.
The series will centers on Duke Ashley Earl Winthrop (Sulkin) who, after royally embarrassing the crown one last time, is shipped away.
He’ll be stripped of the crown and forced to learn humility the American way by living with a working-class family in downtown Los Angeles with his chaperone, and polar opposite, MI6 agent Balt (Henrie), who is forced to document the journey via vid-log.
Gregg Sulkin gets all hot and steamy in this shower pic from his new feature with Bello mag and JJJ can’t help but stare.
The British-born actor opened up about his new role in Marvel’s Runaways, an all new series which will air on Hulu.
“I was pumped…This is a show I really wanted. Then when I found out Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage were involved, you know they did Gossip Girl, The O.C. and Hart Of Dixie, and that it was Marvel as well, I mean I was just like ‘okay well this is a perfect mix. I have to do this,’” Gregg shared about the show.
Gregg will play Chase Stein, who he says is “battling through high school and dealing with this façade of ‘I’m not that perfect, I’m dealing with issues at home that no one knows about.’ He kind of feels ashamed to share that with the world.”
And how is it going with the rest of the cast — Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela Barer, and Allegra Acosta?
“Everyone is amazing, everyone’s been performing so well,” Gregg said. “It’s the best, I’ve genuinely gained like five new best friends. I’ve honestly been so impressed with everyone.”
Gregg Sulkin is ready to take on any one who comes at him in this brand new still from new movie, Don’t Hang Up.
The thriller movie also stars Garrett Clayton, and will be hitting select theaters and VOD on February 10th.
Here’s the summary: While not in class, Brady (Clayton) and his best friend Sam (Sulkin) spend their time making prank calls that they upload online to receive millions of views. As their online celebrity begins to rise, the boys escalate their pranks to a dangerous level.
One evening, Brady and Sam receive a prank call of their own, igniting a nightmare for the pair of teenagers when the mysterious caller turns their own game against them with deadly consequences.
We are so excited for Gregg Sulkin as he just landed such an amazing new role – he will play Chase Stein on the upcoming series Marvel’s Runaways for Hulu!
The series will follow “six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other but who must unite against a common foe–their parents.”
Gregg‘s character is described as “a lacrosse-playing, high school heartthrob. While many write him off as a dumb jock, Chase exhibits flashes of untapped brilliance in engineering, not unlike his wildly successful father’s.”
Also joining the cast are relative newcomers Rhenzy Feliz as Alex Wilder, Lyrica Okano as Nico Minoru, Virginia Gardner as Karolina Dean, Ariela Barer as Gert Yorkes, and Allegra Acosta as Molly Hernandez.
“The fun and chemistry that this group of talented actors create is wonderful and we’re so excited to bring these beloved characters to life,” Jeph Loeb, Executive Producer and Head of Marvel Television, said in a statement.