Andrew Shue — â€˜member him? The resident Melrose Place hottie, founder of early 90â€™s non-profit Do Something, brother of actress Elizabeth Shue? Well, he was back on TV this week, looking finer than a grain of California sand, campaigning for Barack Obama. Shue isnâ€™t just another actor throwing his two cents into the political ring — heâ€™s a lifelong activist with clever, optimistic things to say that sound better than he even looks after all these years. Itâ€™s a pleasure to watch polysyllabic words slide out of his mouth! But Shue is more than just a nice, socially conscious, hot piece of ass; the Dartmouth grad cares about women and founded the largest social networking site for mothers, cafemom.com. Smart, sensitive, sexy, and he likes drama — this is man we can all keep our eyes on. [The Huffington Post] Keep reading »
How could anyone resist the mouth on Stephen Colbert or Jon Stewart or Conan Oâ€™Brien? Between the suits, the wit, the perfect hair, and the geek chic, sometimes we just want to watch the handsome hosts on mute in slow motion. And it looks like theyâ€™re in on our dirty little secret. In true form, theyâ€™ve managed to even outdo themselves! Like a pack of superheroes, the three combined forces last night on all of their programs. Thatâ€™s right 3 for the price of 1! The too-hot-to-handle trio have had a hilarious back and forth feud on-air over the past week. In Colbertâ€™s cocky form, he claimed he was responsible for Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabeeâ€™s success. Conan then countered claiming he created Colbert. Then, through a vintage tape of the Jon Stewart Show, which had the stud back in early 90â€™s duds, Colbert came on The Daily Show to argue that Jon was in fact the god who created them all. (Weâ€™d be happy to kneel at his alter!) But nothing seemed to settle it, and Conan was ready to wrestle.
Monday night, the argument culminated on Conan in one of the funniest fight scenes of all time. Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert snapped up to Conan like Jets from West Side Story, they knucked it up Three Stooges style, and then they danced. We still can get the picture of the three of them showing off their smooth moves on one screen out of our heads! Sigh, sweet dreams are made of late night talk show hosts. Keep reading »
Super Bowl Sunday is a spectator sport if youâ€™re an ass woman. Football players fill out those shiny spandex pants better than any hair metal band. When it comes to giving the ladies something to look at, star quarterbacks Eli Manning and Tom Brady are certainly Most Valuable Players.
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I have had a total crush on Casey Affleck ever since he played the dimwitted friend in Good Will Hunting alongside Matt Damon, brother Ben, and Cole Hauser. Since then, he’s totally come into his own as an actor, getting a Golden Globe and Oscar nomination for his role in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, and as a man. Now a leading hottie with a wife (indie cutie Summer Phoenix) and his second child on the way, we’re pretty sure he’s the hotter Affleck — little brother’s revenge! Keep reading »
Maybe because she never settled down herself, Jane Austen created some mighty fine specimens for all of us to drool over â€“ Fitzwilliam Darcy, George Wickham, and Frederick Wentworth to name a few. (If youâ€™re not familiar with these names, you arenâ€™t watching Masterpieceâ€™s The Complete Jane Austen Sunday nights on PBS.) Now you can find out what their online dating profile might have looked like back in the day and pick your Austen man at PBS.org. After 40,010 votes, Mr. Darcy is currently on top. Surprisingly, Mr. Collins (the annoying clergyman/cousin to the Bennets in Pride and Prejudice) ranks seventh. I voted for John Willoughby from Sense and Sensibility. See his profile after the jumpâ€¦ Keep reading »
It’s been a few years since one of our favorite movies ever, Y Tu Mama Tambien came out but we just haven’t stopped dreaming about its stars, Gael Garcia-Bernal and Diego Luna. This was one Hottie Sandwich that we got to see in action…minus a lady in the middle, of course. Relive the homoerotic hotness, after the jump! Keep reading »
Lost is back! Lost is back! I’m a Sawyer girl at heart, but Matthew Fox and his character, Jack, are always tempting me (and Kate!) away from the dark side. As Season 4 finally starts tonight, we’ll hopefully get to see just what the hell Jack meant when he told Kate that they should have never left the island and whether or not we’ll see either of these hotties shirtless now that they’re seemingly back on the mainland. Let my primetime addiction resume! [ABC: Lost]
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Okay, so remember that band Silverchair? The band that had that song “Tomorrow” in the mid-90s? Anyway, they’re from Australia, and even though they dropped off your (and our) radar, like, 10 years ago, they are mega-huge down under. We can totally see why, considering what a stud lead singer Daniel Johns has grown into. In addition to battling manorexia (for serious) and writing tortured love ballads, the singer just split with wife, and fellow Aussie one-hit-wonder, Natalie Imbruglia. We would love to help him rebound. Keep reading »
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What do women have against nice guys? Honestly, I don’t think we have anything against them. It’s not like we want to be treated like crap. If a guy we’re totally into is super nice, that’s amazing. But if a guy we’re not quite sure about or completely crushing on starts doing really thoughtful things, it can come across as trying too hard. Yes, sometimes his thoughtful gestures are enough to win our hearts. This happened to me in high school. A guy I didn’t really like sent me 16 roses on my 16th birthday–we started dating and were together for more than a year, which is a lifetime when you’re in high school. But other times he can seem a bit too intense and make us want to exit the situation ASAP. Thoughts? [deviantART] Keep reading »
There’s enough meat to open a New York City delicatessen in Woody Allen’s newest film Cassandra’s Dream which stars Ewan McGregor and Colin Farrell. (Now that’s a manwich!) The Brit bad boys play blue collar brothers who agree to murder a guy for some extra cash. Although Woody Allen’s script and direction have been unanimously panned, the casting is the true genius. A Dream indeed.
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