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Outfest Awards Brunch serves up a hunkfest!


I had not even had my morning coffee when I strolled into the Marriott at LA Live this morning for the Outfest Awards Brunch and there they were – all in the same room – some of my favorite hunks from the 11-day festival which ends tonight.

The first three I see are three of the leads from Hot Guys With Guns which screened at The Ford on Friday night followed by one of the better after-parties I’ve been to this festival at Eleven in West Hollywood.

So I had to snap a photo of gorgeous Trey McCurley, Marc Anthony Samuel and Brian McArdle. They didn’t have their weaponry on them but they still had guns!

Then, just as I am about to regain my composure, there is Marcus DeAnda, one of the dashing leading men of Pit Stop who was so good in his movie. So much so that a short time after we chatted and I took his photo, he accepted the best actor prize which he split with co-star with Bill Heck who was not in attendance. I was so taken with Heck that he was featured as a Morning Man last week!

Then sitting at the next table were those two – the two who had us all buzzing last night after their film The Go Doc Project screened at the DGA. It was Tanner Cohen and Matthew Camp. I had already taken a photo of them last night so didn’t want to get all stalker-ish and take another so I just waited until they were on the stage and snapped one from a safe distance!

And finally, my biggest treat of all because I had been dying to meet him: German actor Hanno Koffler whose film Free Fall was one of my favorites of the entire festival and whose performance in the film was absolutely superb. Hanno had flown into LA four days ago for meetings and to appear at the encore screening of his film on Sunday afternoon. He also was one of the presenters at the brunch.

I’m basically smitten.

Of course, Hanno has already been a Morning Man!



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