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DiscoverNet | Sebastian Stan’s Best On-Screen Performances
Over the years, Sebastian Stan has played everything from morally ambiguous eye candy to a brainwashed assassin to mundanely terrifying villains. Stan remembers the show fondly. In , he confirmed that he would be up for making an appearance if the old cast were to reunite for the HBO sequel series. After all, it was a significant heartthrob role for him. He may have just been a recurring guest star, doomed to have Serena van der Woodsen finally exile him into obscurity, but Gossip Girl gave him a huge chance to do morally dubious things and look good doing it. Kings often turns up on lists bemoaning shows canceled too soon — and with good reason. The short-lived NBC series reimagines the biblical story of King David in a landscape that looks like contemporary America but comes with a monarchy and a belief in the divine right of kings.
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And he's had a fascinating career, going through some distinct phases based on both his own interests and his constantly evolving image. That's a consistent strength of his, whether it's put to use in indie films or MCU blockbusters. He's called his career the best of both worlds , and his eclectic filmography has gifted us with some incredible characters. Whether he's breaking new ground or knocking a familiar role out of the park, he's always riveting. Soapy, scandalous, and deliciously dramatic, CW's Gossip Girl ran for six seasons, and for the first three, Sebastian Stan made regular appearances as suave, duplicitous bad boy Carter Baizen.
Boxers, ballerinas, and basketball players are all among the 18 incredibly fit participants that agreed to take off their clothes for a good cause. Photographer and former biathlete Dominika Cuda was the one who came up with the idea for the project that took one year to complete. Unlike most calendars, includes more than just 12 pictures.