May 22, 2019
"I play the wolf who killed me in the movie!" Joe Manganiello screams over police sirens and shots as we climb on the steel outside of Burning Skyscrapers and beat them until they explode away through the video game based on Manganiello's film Rampage in the Dave & Buster & # 39; Based around the neon shopping mall on the corner of Hollywood and Highland in Los Angeles, Manganiello is as agitated as a sensible adult can only be Wednesday noon. When he suggested this location for our interview, I was nervous about getting into the tourist resort of Walhalla with a celebrity. But while the packed seers swarmed down the stars three stories down the Hollywood Walk of Fame, our games-and-beer-shop is empty. For the past hour, we've been running around, flinging skeke balls, hauling camaros, and fighting pirates with machine guns firing frogs.
Standing one-eighty with the body of Manganiello is a superhero and the face of an aftershave model. He does not look like most of the leading men in Hollywood I've met and who are almost always smaller than you personally think. He is wearing a T-shirt with death rests scattered across his chest, torn jeans and custom Python Air Jordan 1 and alligator skin. I look at his hands and notice his damascus steel wedding ring, which would probably help us demolish the buildings we are hitting. After we lost and switched to Spider-Man, the star of the first movie Manganiello ever appeared in, I ask him what it's like to repeat so many of his previous roles in an arcade. "I think it's weird," he laughs. "But like everything else you get used to it."
No. Manganiello laughs Although he was the captain of his football, basketball and volleyball teams at Mt. Lebanon High School, he had to contend with the same dating desert that So he himself went to re-release Blade Runner . The Breakfast Club is said to have been half Emilio Estevez and half Ally Sheedy at one time playing small college basketball and pursuing a career in law enforcement or doing something else that great men do professionally, but he instead opted for art school.The guy who came to fame as a sexy werewolf on True Blood and Big Dick Richie in Magic Mike is a Cl A trained theater actor played Richard III (Shakespeare), Stanley Kowalski (Williams) and Doctor Ast rov (Chekhov) at the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. When I ask him what roles he is getting, he waves "Big, stupid, handsome," in a way that assures me he's involved in the joke and agrees with it.