Henry Cavill
Horrifyingly enough, this is not an "I've had one too many, stayed up and thought it would be a great idea to post about it" kind of post. This was a morning snowpig walk last week before stepping in to get my Geralt on. "But what time is it?!" I hear you cry. Well my friends, if you were to zoom in on my conveniently, and totally unintentionally, placed Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris watch, that particular riddle will be solved. And all of your burning (post-specific) questions will be answered.

The moustache that launched a thousand ships or at the very least shot down Tom Cruise's helicopter. 
If it weren't for the genius of McQuarrie, the Tom Cruise-iness of Tom Cruise, and the exceptional hard work of all our cast and crew, Kingstache would've never have had his moment in the sun. I feel extraordinarily lucky to have been in such fine company. 

PS. Yes, I used Tom Cruise as a noun.
Guten Tag meine Freunde! Here be my latest cover. This one is for GQ Germany. It's always interesting looking back over the years and thinking on decisions I've made or places I've been. If you fancy giving it a read, just go to the link in my bio. Fair warning though, it IS in German. Now don't get me wrong, I didn't conduct the interview in German, my German these days extends to saying "go straight and then, right around the corner" and "where is the cinema?". It does make for an interesting read when it's been translated back to English though! But worry not, I haven't bumped my head, it just sounds a little literal once it's been translated twice! I hope you enjoy the read.
It's a solid snow day here in Hungary and I live at the top of a 2km hill, but it's also leg day so I will have to trust in this lovely steed from Audi to get me to the gym in one piece! Can't let a little slippery hill get in the way of me bringing you the best live action Witcher possible can I now.
Channeling the man of the hour, the man of big hugs, big laughs and big pints of Guinness, my man Jason Momoa. How'd I do?

Seriously though, I just finally got the chance to watch Aquaman here in Hungary. Jason, James and everyone involved in that movie, smashes it out of the (water)park. If you haven't seen it yet, go check it out. 
Jason, love you bro, you crushed it.

The journey continues. Thank you to Mr Dave Rienzi for being such a wonderful guide.
My physical journey over the years has been an interesting one, with plenty of pit falls and plenty of moments of reward. I've been reflecting on them a lot recently and I've been very fortunate to work with some fantastic minds. I'm thankful to them all. Recently I've been exploring some of the big players in bodybuilding, both from the past and the present. It's absolutely fascinating to see what they put themselves through, the drive and mental strength required to get to such a place physically. Phil Heath in particular has caught my eye not only for his achievements but also for his genuinely humble and informative approach to his messaging. All this while being a 7x Mr Olympia. If you haven't checked out his page it's worth a peek. 
One of Kal's many faces. Each one says so much to me. There's a language that we share, that I'm pretty sure only we can speak. He's a special hound.
During a rare moment of quiet, I took the opportunity to enjoy the weather over the weekend, which has changed a little since we last spoke! I've been busy working with Lauren, Alik and all of our cast and crew here in Hungary to make The Witcher something incredible for you all. The snow and the chill just makes it feel all the more real.
Tomorrow is an important day, not only is it Remembrance day (also known as poppy day), a day where we remember members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty, but it also marks 100 years since the end of the First World War. Many many brave lives have been lost in war since that war of wars back in 1914, they shall all be remembered.

I'd like to share with you, this incredible tribute to service personnel around the world. It's a truly powerful piece, composed by Dan and Laura Curtis, I hope you enjoy. The link to the full piece can be found in my bio, I highly recommend listening to it. There is also a link to the fundraising page should you wish to donate.

A flying visit to Berlin last night for the GQ Men of the Year awards. Thank you very much to Hugo Boss, Safilo, GQ and Condé Nast. Also a special mention to Jaeger Lecoultre for the snazzy watch! Which, it so happens, I can dive with to 200m. You know, just case I ever need to slip a wetsuit over my DJ(Tuxedo) and infiltrate an evil genius's exclusive party.
3am coffee in hand, off to do some Witchering!