New! Anthony London pounds Luke Adams in Say Uncle (NSFW video)

In the new TitanMen/Jasun Mark film Say Uncle, Luke Adams is helping out his best friend’s uncle Anthony London, the owner of Desert HVAC, Inc. (“Blowing hard since 1996!”). Lucky for Luke, his first task is a very close inspection of Anthony’s pipe. Here’s the free NSFW trailer:

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I’ve posted all the official promotional, action, and behind-the-scenes photos from Luke and Anthony’s scene below. Enjoy!

By the way, while I haven’t filmed with Luke yet (hopefully someday!), I did top Anthony in the TitanMen film Scruffy. Watch our scene here!


Anthony London:

Luke Adams:

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8 replies
  1. Frank
    Frank says:

    What a cute little guy Luke Adams is! And tall, dark, handsome, hairy, and mature Anthony London is!!

    Hey, Jesse, I have a question: I noted what appears to be a wedding band on Anthony’s ring finger, and along that same line I’ve noticed a number of porn stars sporting such wedding rings. What do you think? Are those guys legally married, just going-steady, or what? What’s your opinion? Do you and Dirk wear wedding bands, even though you’re not legally married (I don’t think)?

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    • Jesse
      Jesse says:

      Good question! In this particular case, it may just be part of Anthony’s character (“Uncle Tony”)… I’m not sure. I do know that the real-life Anthony is in a relationship, but I don’t know if they’re engaged or not. I know a few people who wear rings at various stages of commitment — partnered, engaged, legally married — so when I doubt I just ask.

      Dirk and I do wear engagement rings. I usually wear mine around my neck, having broken my ring finger playing football last year; the swelling has finally gone down to the point where I can wear it on my finger again, but I’ve gotten used to wearing it around my neck now, and almost always do. They’re pretty simple — found ’em on eBay! — but we’re planning on getting them replaced with something more ornate when we finally get legally married (no ETA on that yet, by the way). Our engagement bands are engraved with two snakes heading towards each other; our wedding bands will be the two snakes intertwined, eating each others’ tails (a symbol of infinity called an ouroboros)… Dirk’s idea! You can see pics of our engagement rings in this post: http://jessejackman.xxx/2014/12/29/a-modest-proposal.

      Hope that answers your question!

      P.S. Final thought… in TitanMen’s Rent which came out last month, Bruce Beckham and I play a couple celebrating their 10th anniversary together. The day before the shoot, I went out and bought matching rings… mood rings! Bruce and I wore them throughout the scene, and we each kept ours as a memento of our shoot together. (You can watch our scene here, by the way.)

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  2. Frank
    Frank says:

    Thanks, Jesse! I kind of figured that the situation was a case-by-case one but thought I’d ask.

    Well, if you’re not married to Bruce Beckham, can I have your cast-off, please? I’d buy him a really, really nice ring!

    But I’m married so I guess that would be bigamous, wouldn’t it?

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      • Frank
        Frank says:

        You are to be commended for your research regarding “marriage,” but if my fading law school memory permits me to, I recall that marriage, divorce, bastardy, and contracts were handled in England by Equity Courts which were courts maintained by the Church. Secular issues such as title to land were dealt with by the King’s regular courts but areas in which giving one’s promise to another (as in selling a car and taking back money in return/or giving one’s promise to another to be wed) were Equity, i.e. religious.

        Domestic Relations cases are nasty work because more often than not the parties are in a blood feud.

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        • Jesse
          Jesse says:

          Fair enough, and thank you for the insight! My point in the article was that “traditional” marriage is actually something of a recent historical development. To say that it’s been this way since the beginning of time – as some people claim – is misguided and inaccurate.

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          • Frank
            Frank says:

            After the abolition of Church courts (Equity Courts), English law still recognized a distinction and if a barrister brought a legal action in the wrong mode (the courts having been technically merged) he was out of court.

            Today, the distinction is still maintained between Law and Equity but it’s not legally relevant very much.

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