Meet Guardians of the Galaxy's Peter Serafinowicz: We wanna do things to him
Last night we were watching @Midnight when we spotted a brand-new crush. The third dude at the podiums was the seriously cute and incredibly accented Peter Serafinowicz. As the show wound down 30 minutes later, we knew: That's a man we need to objectify.
Serafinowicz has actually been in some pretty massive movies. However, we're American so we've somehow overlooked him (until now). Most notably, he was in 2004's Shaun of the Dead and played the voice of Darth Maul in 1999's Star Wars: Episode 1 — The Phantom Menace. He also starred alongside Will Arnett in the sadly canceled Running Wilde, guested in two episode of Parks and Recreation and has popped up as himself on various UK comedy shows like QI and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. (Side note: The day they bring those and Mock the Week to BBC America will be the greatest day of our lives.) Most recently, you can find him in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie, where he'll play the finest unnamed naval officer in the history of unnamed naval officers.
There's so much to love about Serafinowicz. He's one seriously good-looking man whom we would happily climb like a tree. We mean that quite literally, too. Google says he's practically a giant at 6 feet 5 inches and Google is always right. And, like most men from across the pond, that accent increases his hotness. Mostly, though, he's just a seriously funny dude. Which, of course, happens to be our weakness. (We also have a thing for utter surliness, too.)
Like his appearance on @Midnight, this isn't his best moment, but we like his shifty eyes and eyebrow twitches best in these NSFW Bond Guy name suggestions.
Or that time he made out with Will Arnett and we couldn't decide whether we wished we were Serafinowicz or Arnett.
GIF courtesy of FunnyOrDie via YouTube
And all those awesome NSFW "impressions" he did while sporting a super-sexy extra-low V-neck t-shirt.
What can we say? We have a new crush. Sure, Serafinowicz is actually married to Sarah Alexander (the woman in the GIF who isn't Amy Poehler), but there's no harm in looking, right? Just call us Serafinob****es.