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The same year, he signed on to star in the crime movie Riptide as Landen, a drama thriller film by Grant S.Johnson called Nighthawks opposite actor Kevin Zegers and Janet Montgomery, and comedy film All About Nina as Joe.There's a bit of a snag, though, as his contract prohibits him from playing another superhero while he's still starring as The Deep – and he's hoping the series will return for a second instalment."I would be open to it [playing other superheroes] – it's so popular, but I think in our contract we can't. We love it, we've heard good things, we all got along so well and we'd be more than happy to come back."]Sharing his initial thoughts on The Deep and his endless "deplorable actions", Crawford continued: "I thought, this character is ridiculous! "He is supposedly charismatic, but he puts on this confident front and he's deeply insecure and [there's] an element of self-loathing there too.Chace Crawford plays a self-conscious and corrupt superhero so engrossed in his own celebrity that he's abusing his power with impudence in Amazon Prime's upcoming adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic book 's Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, follows seven unscrupulous superheroes – including Crawford's The Deep and Jessie T Usher's accident-prone A-Train – who are more interested in elevating their status and fame than saving the world.In retaliation, a group of fed-up vigilantes – known casually as 'the boys' – plan to take them down once and for all.]Speaking about his role, Crawford said he loved "tapping into the comic book world" – despite his superhero character being so execrable and full of "self-loathing" – and would be open to joining the Marvel universe in the future."And how does that affect someone who has grown up with a silver spoon their whole life?He's actually really insecure and he doesn't feel like he belongs anywhere.
His character reunited with an old flame after a turf war between their food trucks, and they embarked on a journey together in the wake of a surprise pregnancy.
In January 2014, Crawford signed on to guest star as Biff Mc Intosh, Quinn Fabray's (Dianna Agron) new boyfriend, on the 100th episode of the Fox comedy-drama series Glee, which aired on March 18, 2014.
In March 2014, Crawford landed the lead role of Cooper Pollard in the independent comedy Mountain Men.
In March 2007, he landed the role of main character Nate Archibald on The CW's teen drama series Gossip Girl, making his television debut.
In 2008, Crawford co-starred in the crime-thriller Loaded, and portrayed the lead role in the supernatural horror film The Haunting of Molly Hartley.