UPDATE : Read my official apology to Norman — and check out my “Sorry Norman” fake tit tattoo — here.
Update: Yeah, so, I’m an asshole. Apparently, “Norman” is also the actor’s dad’s name. For some reason this literally didn’t occur to me as a possibility. Add it to my ever growing list of airhead moments. And as I recently lost my own dad, for whom I’ve considered inking a tribute, I feel especially face-palm-y about this gaffe. I’m sorry, Norman.
I love me some Norman Reedus, aka Southern-redneck-turned-sensitive-heartthrob Daryl Dixon on “The Walking Dead,” but damn if I didn’t legit LOL when I saw this photo shot by Terry Richardson. Homie has his own name tattooed above his nipple. Shouldn’t such prime real estate go to tattooing someone else’s name? Still sexy though. [Terry Richardson]
As an expert in all things Ryan Gosling, I have become deeply aware that Ryan’s favorite pose is to shake his first and snarl. Seriously, it is his go-to. And you know what he finds worthy of his surly contempt? Products that feature his name and/or gorgeous face. Click on for 12 photos of Ryan shaking his fist and snarling at chairs, T-shirts, tote bags, baby onesies, and more crap featuring his identity….
Cute Kittens + Hot Dudes = pretty much my favorite math equation ever. The geniuses behind “Des Hommes et des Chatons” recognize the inherent desirability of the two categories both independently and together, and have come up with a mashup site of cats acting like hot dudes, or hot dudes acting like cats. It’s tough to figure out which one came first. In any case, we’ve selected a few of our faves in the gallery above! Drool/squee away! [Des Hommes et des Chatons]
Because why not? The world is about to see a whole lot less of Ryan Gosling, so we better bask in the aura of his beauty while we can.
So by now you’ve probably heard the news that Ryan Gosling has decided to take a break from acting. He has one upcoming acting project — “The Place Beyond The Pines,” out soon — but after he’s done promoting that, he’ll be blowing Tinseltown and pursuing other interests for the near future. He’s already got a directing project lined up, but as he’s surely still going to have lots of free time, I have some thoughts on how he could spend it. Click on for five suggestions, in Gosling GIF form, of course…. Keep reading »
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Real talk: I sort of hate this holiday, if only because my neighborhood turns into a cesspool of green beer barf and discarded leprechaun hats. But what I do love is an Irish accent — sexy and adorable all at once. Here are 11 swoon-worthy Irish lads worth celebrating this St. Patrick’s Day…
Kendrick Lamar was a Hump Day Hottie contender before I’d even seen his face. See, I’ve been crushing on his voice for months and months, ever since his songs “Swimming Pools (Drank),” “Poetic Justice” (featuring Drake), and “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe” started getting regular airplay on my beloved Hot 97 morning show. Kendrick — who has a baby face, but is a ripe old 25 — is an example of a larger trend of underground hip-hop acts finding mainstream success. His first album, Section.80, was released independently and exclusively through iTunes in 2011, and quickly skyrocketed to becoming one of the top digital releases of that year, thanks to the large internet following he had grown organically.
His major label debut, good kid, m.A.A.d city, was released through Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment, Interscope and Top Dawg, and he’s been busy touring like crazy with Drake and 2Chainz. Basically, Kendrick Lamar is one of the hottttttest dudes in the hip-hop game right now. His style in definitely influenced by his hip-hop heroes, like Tupac, Biggie, Dr. Dre and Eminem and Rakin, though I find his vocal quality and flow to be unique and refreshing. Doesn’t hurt that he samples Janet Jackson on “Poetic Justice” and wrote the hook I most like to improvise on while I’m showering (“Get it wet drank/Pour it out drank/Lather up drank/Rinse it out drank”). I happen to think he’s really cute too. Listen to a few of Kendrick’s songs after the jump and click through above for more pics! Keep reading »
The cold winter months have arrived, which means it’s time to heat things up. Our new newsletter, Hump Day Hotties, will bring our favorite eye candy directly into your inbox every Wednesday. (Subscribe here!) Feel free to drool. We won’t judge.
Daniel Day-Lewis may be this week’s Hump Day Hottie — and, oh yeah, the latest Best Actor Oscar winner — but he’s hardly the flavor of the month. No, DDL is an example of an eternally hot man who only gets better with age. I’ve been salivating over the handsome, charming, soft-spoken Brit for years, but haven’t felt compelled to shout it from the treetops until recently. Click through this gallery to learned the 10 reasons I am — and you should be — obsessed with Daniel Day-Lewis.
Recognize this hottie and his incredible bone structure and penetrating gaze? It’s Mr. Pamuk from “Downton Abbey,” the Turkish diplomat that died while taking Lady Mary’s virginity! Mr. Pamuk, I mean Theo James, it’s sooooo good to see you again. Someone finally had the good sense to put gorgeous Brit Theo back on the small screen — he’ll be starring in the new CBS series “Golden Boy” premiering next Tuesday at 10 p.m. Theo plays Walter William Clark Jr. on his impressive rise to become the youngest police commissioner in New York City’s history. As it’s a starring role, there is no risk that Theo will expire mid-coitus, thank god. Re-familiarize yourself with Theo’s studliness in the gallery above. I feel faint.
Gael Garcia Bernal first came to our attention in the 2000 Mexican flick “Amores Perros,” but he really won us over with the fearlessly sexy 2001 film “Y Tu Mamá También.” Since then, the diminutive (saw him in person once, the tiniest) Guadalajara native has thrilled both Spanish- and English-language audiences. His latest, “No,” is a Spanish-language political thriller about a populist campaign to take down Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet. Bernal stars as René Saavedra, a young upstart of an advertising executive who’s tasked with creating a public campaign that will mobilize Chile’s citizens to vote Pinochet out. It’s based on a true story, is up for an Oscar, and looks really good.
You know what else looks really good? Gael Garcia Bernal.