Just, um, wow. Chris came outside at one point and was leaning against the building and his ASS. It was glorious.
Sadly, I have no pics because I just had my camera phone.
You’ve talked about your own story, bullying in particular. Why do you do that?
Chris was so cute yesterday. After filming wrapped he came outside and started hugging a bunch of crew including Joaquin and he seemed pretty bouncy and cheerful. When he was walking to the van we called his name and he smiled at us and waved.
I think he might be having fun doing the angsty scenes.
chris checking out his dick i will never get over it
Chris/Will + posing together
So I went to the paramount tour and the guide said she’d take Lexy and I to see the NYADA front since it was still up free she took the other people back to the front and we were driving back after seeing NYADA and Darren was driving a golf cart behind us and I kept turning around and he waved when we parted ways and I waved back.
This was after seeing him, Chris (I’m 90% positive) and Jaoquin drive by us on a cart together
Darren, Max and Chris are filming scenes at Whiskey Bend. (September 18, 2014)
msamberpriley #Foreverfamily! Officially missing you big brother!@harryshumjr make sure you guys look out for Harry in his new movie “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon” the sequel 😘 come back soon! Stop gettin so damn buff 😂
nikolek Chris hugged Joaquin and everyone at video village and then said hi to us 😊
"I grew up in Clovis, California. It’s a very, very Conservative, you know, Republicans everywhere type town. For as long as I can remember, one of the biggest political issues in our country currently is gay marriage and all that type of stuff… I recently went back for a visit and I still saw, even though the election was almost a year ago, there was still signs that said "Yes on Prop 8, Ban Gay Marriage" still in people’s front yards. And you know, people there weren’t just harassed when I was growing up, they were killed for being gay. So my first reaction was, "Oh my God, I’m going to be gay on network television. That’s terrifying." But now there’s been so much great material and so much hope… I was a little scared at first, but now I’m so happy and I’m so proud of the stuff that’s been on the show. I think it maybe was a way for me to rebel against that whole way, is, "Fine. You said it was wrong when I was growing up? Well now I’m gonna be that on TV and, you know, I’m probably gonna be the face for gay rights for the rest of my life!"