We just can’t get enough of James Franco! And surprisingly enough, we want the recent Daily Hotness stud for more than just his body — we actually love the James Dean look-a-like for his mind too. Sure his smarts and self-depreciating humor are like icing on a cake (umm, a delicious, super talented cake filled with good looks and and big screen street cred), but we’ve been loving the short films that Franco made with his brother on Funny or Die. In the above web-isode, produced by Pinapple Express‘ Judd Apatow, James teaches his brother Dave to cry on camera by drawing on a memory of his first pet, a cat who was put to sleep. And check out just how great his genes are in this response tape by his equally adorable and hilarious mom. Keep reading »
I didn’t take notice of Jeffrey Donovan until last year when his hit summer show Burn Notice premiered. Now, I never miss an opportunity to drool over him as he dodges bullets, helps the unfortunate and beats down bad guys on season two. Since Jeffrey has a black belt in karate and is studying Brazilian jiujitsu, I like to think that all his fight scenes are real. (Please don’t burst my bubble if you know otherwise.) Also, I’m really impressed with his MFA from New York University. You’ve gotta love an actor that hones his skills both physically and theatrically. Keep reading »
This weekend, I went to Lollapalooza and got to see many of my favorite bands play. Seeing people perform live lets you see a different side of them; it shows you the real-life side, as opposed to the recorded album or press photo side. After seeing Bloc Party in action, I have a major crush on frontman Kele Okereke. He messes with my brain’s chemicals, even if he isn’t straight. [Bloc Party] Keep reading »
AskMen.com conducted a survey of their users, the results of which are THE MOST CONCLUSIVE FINDINGS ON THE HETEROSEXUAL MAN EVER RELEASED. Well, maybe not quite, but I did learn a couple things about the
lesser other sex that surprised me.
- They Are Liars About Drinking: According to the survey, the majority of men polled (35%) only consume one to three alcoholic drinks a week. Yeah. Right.
- They Admire That Euro-Trash Look: A whopping 39% of men think that Italy has the best-dressed men. Maybe the medge will be popular after all….
- They’re Cry Babies: Thirty-five percent have cried during a movie or TV show but managed to conceal it, while 31% think it’s perfectly acceptable to weep over the death of a loved one. Softies!
Maybe this is naive of me, but I had no idea that men felt so passionately about masturbation — dudes responded in droves to our list of songs about self-love, and a little bitterly, I might add. So obviously, this got my frisky mind working and it seemed like the perfect opportunity to talk to the guys on our IM about their own masturbation habits. We have a couple newbies joining us (including one who didn’t even want an alias), and two of our regulars wanted to be completely anonymous. Guess guys are a little shy when it comes to dishing about diddling. Their responses to my nosy questions, after the jump… Keep reading »
Whoever said the action star is dead was wrong. Jason Statham has been consistently kicking butt since The Transporter, Transporter 2, Crank and The Bank Job. Sure he’s had some really bad flicks like War, but he makes Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch must-sees. And I think his driving skills, evidenced in many of his films, are a representation of his lovemaking skills. No one can deny that Jason’s body is heavenly, but what I really love about him is his swagger, oh, and of course, his accent. Watch him tear the bad guys apart and driiiiive in Death Race this summer. Keep reading »
Today’s New York Times Style Section article “Shorts Crack the Code” says it’s okay and increasingly common for men to wear shorts to work. We don’t support this fad because:
- Forests of leg hair.
- Dangling bits.
- The existence of air conditioning.
- Shorts + loafers = douche.
- Even Chuck Bass can’t pull them off.
I am sure I am not the first white girl to say this, but A Tribe Called Quest was the first group that really got me into hip-hop music. It is one of the biggest regrets of my life that I never got to see them live before the broke up, though they have done a couple mini-reunions since, which of course I have missed, hence the deep, shameful regret. Anyway, lead MC Q-Tip did come out with a solo album in 1999, but since he’s been laying low working on a much, much, much delayed follow-up. And finally it’s coming! The Renaissance will be released in September and from the tracks I heard, um, three years ago (like I said, it’s been delayed), the album is going to be a-mazing. And maybe Q-Tip will go on a solo tour, alleviating at least a little bit of my Tribe-regret. Keep reading »
Dear Justin Timberlake,
I love you. You know that. I’ve been to three of your live shows and screamed like a tween who just got her period. But seriously. Do not take credit for that hateful trucker hat trend a few years ago. Let Ashton take the blame. You’re better than that.
Love, Amelia Keep reading »