Ben Travers. During his chemistry tests with Regina King, he was embodying her capable, dutiful, human husband. Little did I know, Abdul-Mateen was secretly referencing an actual separate role: Dr. As revealed at the end of Episode 7, Cal Abar turns out to be a human shell concealing the blue, glowing superhuman who went by Jon Osterman before a nuclear accident turned him into a God-like being. Manhattan was on Mars. Instead, he was hiding on Earth.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II on that stunning episode: 'I never imagined it turning into something like this'. Especially in a world where the antagonists are a white supremacist organization. I went into it knowing I was playing Cal. He did say it would be a good role and worthwhile, so I thought maybe Cal would go on some type of adventure, but I never imagined it turning into something like this. I remember being on the couch and keeping it cool.
There have been plenty of shocking reveals on "Watchmen" so far -- though none were quite as ahem big as the sight of Yahya Abdul-Mateen II naked. On Sunday night's shocking episode, fans learned how the blue god from the classic graphic novel became the soft spoken Cal Abar, and back again. In one scene Dr. The sub-freezing temperatures didn't seem to bother him like, in ANY way as he strolled in completely naked, treating viewers to an eyeful of his unhooded justice.
This article contains spoilers for the Watchmen series. Read at your own risk. One thing that everyone knows about Watchmen is that there's this glowing blue guy who likes to hang about in the nude. It's also known for being very dark and gritty, but yeah, it's mostly the blue penis. The blenis, if you like. As was recently revealed, the very powerful and blue Dr Manhattan was wasn't actually on Mars but hiding on Earth in human form. Related: Watchmen star Regina King prepared for her role in a surprising way. Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy , the star talked about his "fun" nude scene, stating: "I was never really nervous about it, but I found that to be the most liberating aspect of the character, to play a character who doesn't have shame, who's not really concerned with other people's opinions of his body and things like that. HBO made sure I was well taken care of, and that I was always comfortable, and had the choice to go nude or not — up until the moment, right before shooting. So I was always taken care of, and made to be comfortable.