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McSteamy Eric Dane Swims with the Sharks

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No, it's not a special shark attack episode of Grey's Anatomy. This is a film once called Adrift, which in the U.S. has been adopted as the sequel to that low-budget indie shark thriller Open Water.

The sequel's original title is Open Water 2 (set for U.S. release in early 2007), and it will surely benefit by the newly-minted starpower of Eric Dane, who reportedly sports not a wetsuit but a birthday suit.

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Now what shark wouldn't be attracted to that?

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  1. I'm going to wear out the pause button on my DVD remote.

    Posted by: mark m | Nov 10, 2006 10:37:37 AM


  2. God, the first Open Water was awful. Do we really need a second one? Let him act in something of more substance.

    Posted by: Michael | Nov 10, 2006 11:57:22 AM


  3. Video clip is here:

    http://maleceb.blogspot.com/2006/10/eric-dane.html

    Sadly, you can't see his dick in any of the sequences. I think it was either digitally erased or isn't much to look at. (If you've seen Blue Lagoon, you'll know that our little fellas love to float free.)

    Posted by: Dan | Nov 10, 2006 12:38:22 PM


  4. you know, I never really had a thing for him until about four nights ago (and this may be tmi lol). I had a "dream" with him in it, not even just sexual in nature but a random Eric Dane dream. I watched Grey's Anatomy last night and just thought "Damn, I'd hit that over and over and over" lmao...

    Posted by: Cory | Nov 10, 2006 12:57:46 PM


  5. I loved him in Charmed. I was so glad that he's gone on to more mainstream stuff. Nice to see more of someone so dreamy!

    Posted by: Marc | Nov 10, 2006 1:53:25 PM


  6. Open Water II?????

    What. The Fuck?????

    Posted by: Marco | Nov 10, 2006 5:36:44 PM


  7. We're talking about a guy who's made his mark as McSteamy and bringing "substance" into the conversation?

    Posted by: Rob | Nov 11, 2006 6:03:36 PM


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