It's January 1st, wich means it's time for March issues to come out in the printing magazine industry. Check out this gorgeous picture of Kellan Lutz on the cover of Men's Health UK 'The Next Big Thing'
One thing that won't be the next big thing for sure is Kellan Lutz last movie - The Legend Of Hercules.
Ouch! I would have totally watch this movie but when we wanted to see it, it was almost out of all theaters ... I guess I will have to wait for the digital release :( I am glad I got a brand new 60 inch tv, I am ready for you Kellan!
Kellan Lutz is hercules, hero exiled from his homeland after falling in love with Hebe, Princess of Crete (Gaia Weiss), who is betrothed to his brother ... are you even listening what I am saying right now?
Kellan spends a large chunk of the trailer and theoretically, the entire movie shirtless :-) So let's just watch the trailer who made it debut over the weekend at New York Comic Con:
Kellan Lutz returns as the designer and face of Dylan George Abbot + Main fall winter 2012 2013 "California Dreaming" campaign alongside supermodel Kate Upton. The campaign was shot in Venice Beach by Yu Tsai [source].
Enjoy the video below and make sure to check the full campaign after the jump.
Kellan Lutz has quite the body and we will be able to enjoy most of it in the upcoming movie Immortals where kellan is playing Poseidon [Henry Cavill's Character: Theseus + Posters] Until then we can have a look at 'Men's Fitness' on stands October 18, 2011. After the jump check out a video revealing Kellan Lutz 'Greek God' workout routine.
"Most recognize him as a teeny-bopper heartthrob thanks to his turn as a vampire in The Twilight Saga, but Kellan Lutz proved that he's no preening pansy during our November cover shoot. The 26-year-old, who stars next as the Greek god Poseidon in Immortals, was happy to put his neck on the line and succumb to our bizarre requests in pursuit of the perfect shot, something the photos couldn't fully capture. Lutz proved again that he was no mere mortal... and managed to be a good sport throughout the gritty process."