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Russell Tovey Shares His Thoughts on Sex with Jonathan Groff, Rim Jobs, and His 'Well-Received' Ass

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Looking actor Russell Tovey spoke with Chris Azzzopardi at PrideSource, who quizzed him on some of the juicier aspects of the gay-themed HBO series which is set to return next month, specifically the outcome of the Patrick/Kevin/Richie love triangle, and his sex scenes with Jonathan Groff.

Tovey says that because he and Groff are both gay, they've achieved a certain comfort level:

You can do anything; your hands go everywhere, and it's fine. Neither of us at any point feels uncomfortable, and that's why it's so good. We just completely trust each other, and we go for it. Neither of us hold back or feel any pang of responsibility for the other one when it comes to that. We just trust each other on a completely open level. Either of us could go to the other, "Hey, you should put your dick in there."

One of the highlights of that relationship last season for many was the appearance of Tovey's bare ass, which he realizes won't always be the case:

In the future, I imagine myself looking back and going, "God, I had a nice ass. Glad I got that out." If it's there now, I'm getting it out because it's not always gonna look like that. I don't want to hide it. And it's nice that people like it. I've been very lucky. I've grown it myself, and I also have my parents to thank for it being well-received.

Tovey also says that a "rim job" birthday cake he shared on social media may play a part in one of the future episodes: "Ahh, as the season goes on you'll see where that [phrase] comes from."

For more on his coming out, auditions, and his life in San Francisco, head over to PrideSource.

(images via Instagram)

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The 'Looking' Season 2 Trailer Is Here: VIDEO

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The second season of Looking, HBO's San Francisco-based gay drama starring Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett, Raul Castillo, and Russell Tovey, is set to premiere on January 11 and a new trailer has just been released. 

The 90 second spot features the boys off on a camping trip out in the redwoods, taking what may or may not be illicit drugs, and of course more indecisiveness on Patrick's part in terms of choosing between his love interests Richie and Kevin. The trailer also introduces newcomer Eddie (played by Mean Girls actor Daniel Franzese).

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HBO's 'Looking' Pulls the Curtain Off Season 2 with New Behind-the-Scenes Clips: VIDEOS

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Two new clips from Andrew Haigh, Michael Lannan, and the filmmakers behind HBO's Looking take us behind the second season of the San Francisco-based drama starring Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett, Raul Castillo, and Russell Tovey which premieres on January 11.

FranzeseBackstage clips offer glimpses of on-set goofiness, kissing between co-stars, drinking in the wilderness, and interviews with Groff, Haigh, Bartlett, Tovey, Lannan, Alvarez, and Castillo.

Lauren Weedman's Doris becomes a bigger part of season 2 and finds (an apparently well-hung) love interest.

Says Haigh: "The fans should expect us going further, digging deeper. It's the show but bigger."

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Earlier this week we also showed you the colorful Season 2 teaser. Watch it HERE. And back in September we posted 17 on-set photos from Season 2's set. Check em out HERE.

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'Looking' Season 2 Teaser: WATCH

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The 10 episode second season of Looking is set to premiere on Sunday, January 11 at 10 pm ET.

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Second Season of 'Looking' Gets a Premiere Date

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The second season of HBO's gay-themed series Looking is set to premiere on Sunday, January 11 at 10 pm ET, Deadline reports, in a block of programming kicked off by the 4th season of Girls at 9 pm, the new comedy Togetherness, at 9:30 pm.

The forthcoming series will feature 10 episodes.

The cast is featured in leather for this year's OUT 100. Check out 15 photos from the set of Looking taken earlier this year, HERE.


The Cast Of 'Looking' Leathers It Up For The Out100 - PHOTO

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As part of Out Magazine's annual Out100 honors, out gay actors Jonathan Groff, Murray Bartlett and Russell Tovey of Looking channeled the first Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco circa 1984. The boys seemed to have formed quite a bond working on what Out named the TV show of the year:

Groff and his rowdy band of brothers — [...] Raúl Castillo, Murray Bartlett, Frankie J. Alvarez, and Russell Tovey — taunt and tease and riff off each other like they’ve been playing dress-up together their entire lives. Without missing a beat, Alvarez dubs Groff’s impish attitude “hashtag chapswag,” and the nickname sticks. The show’s creators and many of the crew are queer, but you’d need a cheat sheet to remember who’s not actually gay (Castillo and Alvarez, if you must keep score).


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