Woody Allen isn’t alone. Plenty of celebrities have been involved in instances of repeated domestic abuse, violence, or rape, and we ignore it because of the disconnect between their public personas and private issues. We have a system in place for burying these stories in a surprisingly short time, and as such, we think of these people are great artists who also raped/beat up some people. More
Topic: Sean Connery
No, really, I’m sure you can recognize this person, but just take a second to enjoy how weird it is. More
Okay, look. This is actually a Fuck Marry Kill involving Jack Nicholson, Wearren Beatty and Jeremy Irons, in honor of our debate earlier this week on whether or not 23-year-olds should be having sex with other 23-year-olds (as opposed to aging bankers). We were surprised that a number of the comments were so negative–”Any man in his 40s who is looking to date a 23 year old has issues. He either has a daddy complex or is desperately trying to recapture his youth via a trophy girlfriend”–what with plenty of older men being so attractive in their own right. Anyway, we tried to play Fuck Marry Kill, but the conversation kind of just devolved into a discussion of men over 60 we find hot. You can still submit your FMK votes at the end, though. More
He’s much more known for wearing a tuxedo than a sailor’s hat. More
I never really had a crush on James Bond, because life with him seemed really unstable and his wives were always dying. His one wife. She died. Oh. Spoiler. His wife dies. More
He’s better known for appearing in evening wear. More
Hah, I’ve got you on this one! I’ve got you. Perhaps you remember him from Marni? Hahaha, that is like his least famous role. More
Okay, this is the best letter Sean Connery has ever written. Honestly, it might be the best letter ANYONE has ever written. And we say that as people who rely heavily on computer salesmen like Steve Jobs for our jobs. More
Both women’s and men’s health awareness is important. Finding a cure for prostate cancer is just as important as finding a cure for breast cancer and people should be aware of that. But here’s the problem: No-Shave November as the awareness campaign for men’s health, is not the way to do it. Facial hair (and I mean, thick, bushy, itchy facial hair … scruff is ok to an extent) is nasty. And what’s even worse is when guys who have difficulties growing facial hair try and practice no-shave November. No one likes to see patchy peach fuzz on a grown man. More
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Movies have always influenced Men and Women’s style through out the years. Whether we like to admit it or not, it’s the truth. Women are getting more attention but if you really think about it, Men’s styles in the movies … More