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Jake Gyllenhaal Brings Out The Big Guns For New Action Film

Jake Gyllenhaal, the boyish Donnie Darko we’ve come to love, has bulked up big time to crush his cute image. For the filming of his new flick Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, the indie star has gone more Indiana Jones. Tan, ripped, and with a mane of hair rivaled only by heavy metal rock stars and Fabio, Jake has been stepping out on location in Morocco looking like a force to be reckoned with. Dude is officially a tasty beefcake and we want a bite! Alas, these pics were SO hot, we couldn’t get a hold of them for ourselves, so you’ll have to click on over to Defamer to get a look. And we’ll all have to wait until the movie’s release on Memorial Day 2010 to see those guns in action. For now, enjoy the photo morsels. [Defamer]

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Male Swimmers: Abandon Full-Body Suits So We See Your Abs, Please

Male swimmers are not thought of as the most masculine of athletes because they have to shave their legs and wear tight suits to cut down on resistance, which makes them swim faster. But swimmers have hot bodies. Some of the hottest, in fact. They pretty much always have broad shoulders, toned backs, and sick abs. Unfortunately, swimsuit companies like Speedo started making super high-tech suits for women and men that cover their entire bodies, reducing drag and making them even more streamlined in the water. This is good for the swimmers, bad for world records, and just awful for us. We miss looking at the guys’ nice torsos and appreciate when they opt for a half-body suit instead (above left). But, I guess we shouldn’t complain too much since the suits in question were worn by the winning U.S.A. boys in the 400-meter relay yesterday (above right). Keep reading »

Clothes Don’t Make The Man, But…

A suit doesn’t necessarily make a guy look hot. We see A TON of middle-aged men wearing them on our way to work, and we’re not the least bit attracted to a single one of them. But, when we see a guy we already find handsome all cleaned up, especially if it isn’t his everyday attire, we kind of want to rip the thing off him. This could be because when they’re wearing a suit, men come the closest they can to transforming their bodies into the Greek ideal, according to Anne Hollander’s book Sex and Suits. Suits create clean lines, widen the shoulders, narrow the hips, add an air of power, and make us curious to find out what’s underneath. [Financial Times] Keep reading »

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