In The Dark Knight, Aaron Eckhart plays Harvey Dent. Now, I haven’t seen the movie yet, but Harvey seems to try to steal Rachel Dawes from Bruce Wayne/Batman, at least that’s what I think from watching the trailer. For me, it would be an easy choice, but I guess Batman does have a lot of baggage. Aaron Eckhart, on the other hand, has really, really nice hair and teeth, and the latter form a handsome smile, so he’s got that going for him, even if he lacks a rubber suit and a cool car. Keep reading »
Bloggers spend a lot of time alone, scanning the Internet from dank, cold, dark basements. Frankly we expect them to be, with the exception of ourselves, kind of fugs. Wrong! Your hot interweb fantasy commentators are actually totally hot! Rangit.com has assembled 140 Faces of Well Known Bloggers You Don’t Want To Miss, or BILF’s (Bloggers I’d Like to…you know…) as we call ‘em. And let me tell you, they are as funny and smart as they are sexy! Of course all the girl writers are great looking….but some of those young nerd studs could be centerfolds. We recommend our favorites, after the jump…
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Nas’s latest album was released today after much ado about the title. He ended up going with the subtle Untitled. Maybe he toned it down because the songs do the talking. Keep reading »
So, one of the gossip items making the rounds today is that Jake Gyllenhaal has to live by all sorts of CUH-RAZY rules now that he is living with Reese Witherspoon and her kids. Stuff like not putting his feet on the coffee table and being openly communicative all the time. The jist of the story is that Reese is, like, a mega-dominant partner and Jake’s got to be submissive — and that he likes it that way. But it got me thinking about the dudes on my IM and whether they play the role of dominant or submissive in their relationships — in and out of the bedroom. Their responses and a tangent about gender roles, after the jump… Keep reading »
Josh Brolin, who is currently filming W, a new Oliver Stone biopic about the Prez, can now never really be Commander-in-Chief — he was arrested over the weekend in Louisiana for getting in a bar brawl. Brolin has the finest mug shot we’ve ever seen. And there’s not a scratch on him from the scrape, just a cocky, sexy smirk. Although normally, we Frisky gals don’t condone macho violence, we’ve got it bad for this good guy vigilante. Josh stepped in to defend one of the crew members who was being booked for public intoxication and things got a bit out of hand. Jeffrey Wright, who plays Colin Powell in the flick, plus five of the crew members, along with the two arresting officers were all taken into custody. Brolin was already bailed out; meanwhile, we’re jealous we didn’t get to handcuff him. [Dlisted]
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Women are emotionally-vacant pigs and men are emotionally-unstable psychos.
Wait. That’s not right.
But it is in so many ways. Welcome to the new millennium, boys and girls, where gender equality means “let’s adopt the worst of each other’s stereotypes.” It’s a madcap race to the bottom rung of the sexual identity ladder. Wheee! Keep reading »
Lupe Fiasco has an understated sexiness that’s part geek—he reads and spews Nietzsche—and part kick-ass—he earned his first black belt in karate by age 10 and is adept at firearms. You won’t find him showing off a muscle-ripped body or wearing labels across his chest, but he has totally perfected the nerd-chic style. And his stare alone will have you begging, “Tell me your inner-most thoughts.” Keep reading »
You know the other thing I love about swimmers? Their little swimming briefs. They’ve really modernized the Speedo, haven’t they? Also, there is nothing sexier on a man’s body — especially if he is an Olympic swimmer like Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte — than that muscular V on their lower torso. There is a reason why this cover of the upcoming issue of Men’s Journal has been popping up on gay sites, you know what I’m saying? Check out Men’s Journal for more insanely hot photos from the issue. Keep reading »
Remember Jamal Wallace from Finding Forrester? Well, I had a big crush on him when that movie came out in ’01. Rob Brown, the actor who played Jamal, has stayed fairly under the radar over the past few years despite appearing in movies like Coach Carter and Stop-Loss. Where was he all this time? Well, Rob was going to Amherst College. I was reminded of him when I came across his photo in Vanity Fair, where he’s lauded as one of Hollywood’s “New Wave.” You best believe I will be going to see his new football movie, The Express, when it comes out this October. In the above clip from an NFL.com video, Rob talks to Deion Sanders about the stunt doubles he had to have, despite playing football while he was at Amherst. Watch the full video at NFL.com. Keep reading »
“I saw a clip of something – this girl has on a humongous fat suit and she’s singing that ‘my milk shake brings all the boys to the yard’ song, and I just felt like, ‘That’s so disrespectful.’ I would not want to be a woman in this industry. Horrible.” — James McAvoy Keep reading »