While you’re at it, step on the wild side with an eye-catching color for spring.“I like the vibrancy and optimism of bright blue,” says Zucchelli. Now that the project has come to an end, Mc Dorman is heading back to Los Angeles for a time. A., there’s a system, a science to being unemployed.“I would love to be in New York, but it’s really hard to be unemployed in New York,” he said. And the role put him in the running for much bigger parts, like that of a Navy SEAL opposite Bradley Cooper in this month’s , which required Mc Dorman to step out of his comfort zone once again. But the experience motivated him to stay in shape year-round.
“These fabrics put a different spin on familiar items, making them feel new, masculine, and more interesting,” says Italo Zucchelli, men’s creative director at Calvin Klein and the suit’s designer.A small technicality almost kept Jake Mc Dorman from his big film debut.After landing a supporting role in A_merican Sniper,_ the actor was told he had four days to get himself to the movie’s set in Morocco. “I had to lie to [the producers] while I was running around trying to get one expedited because I never told them I didn’t actually have one.”In the movie, directed by Clint Eastwood, Mc Dorman plays Ryan Job, a Navy SEAL who served several tours in Iraq alongside one of the deadliest snipers in American military history, Chris Kyle, played by Bradley Cooper.The project will be co-produced with animation and VFX studio Animal Logic, with creative collaborators that include Microsoft Mixed Reality Capture Studios, Mike Jones, and Christian Cantamessa.Mc Dorman will play a misjudged man with a mysterious past and unique insight into the unseen worlds that exist around him.“All in all it was just a very expensive first date,” he jokes.This post has been updated to reflect the correct super-fancy spelling of Ashleigh's name and the fact that Calvin is Rusty's best friend, not roommate.The suit: Calvin Klein Mc Dorman considers risk a part of his personal style, too. “You could end up looking like Jeff Daniels from Dumb and Dumber,” he says,“but I put the suit on, and it was rad.It’s true with fashion, acting, anything: Make sure it’s timeless, but at the same time, there’s got to be a little hint of risk.” This suit is made from a cotton–elastic nylon that would be right at home in a pair of athletic shorts.The whole cast had to go through intense, eight-hour boot camp sessions. “Any Navy SEAL will get angry if I say it was actual boot camp.” Mc Dorman also corresponded with his character’s real-life widow and spent months hanging out with Kevin "Dauber" Lacz, a consultant on the film who fought alongside Kyle in Iraq and eventually ended up playing himself.“Clint still made him audition,” Mc Dorman explained with a laugh.