The Sexiest Leading Men Alive

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Ryan Gosling in Crazy, Stupid, Love

Get Ryan Gosling’s suave and stylish look in Crazy, Stupid, Love with an eccentric yet refined Ermenegildo Zegna jacket, classic Ralph Lauren shades, and sophisticated Salvatore Ferragamo Oxfords.

Ryan Gosling

Brad Pitt in Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Take inspiration from Brad Pitt’s effortlessly cool and alluring style in Mr. and Mrs. Smith with black patent leather Versace loafers, sleek Oliver Peoples sunglasses, and a clean, white Calvin Klein Oxford shirt.

Brad Pitt

Jon Hamm in Mad Men

Go retro and get Jon Hamm’s 1960s Mad Men look with accoutrements like a sterling silver tie clip, Madison Avenue whiskey glasses, and a vintage amber ashtray.

Jon Hamm

George Clooney in Ocean’s Eleven

Look to George Clooney’s sexy and chic Ocean’s Eleven style for inspiration and outfit yourself in Persol polarized sunglasses, a timeless Giorgio Armani watch, and a dashing Tom Ford silk bow-tie (best left untied).

George Clooney

Leonardo DiCaprio in Wolf of Wall Street

Go yacht-casual and get Leonardo DiCaprio’s preppy and polished summer look in Wolf of Wall Street with a vintage Tag Heuer watch, Ray Ban Tortoise Boyfriend shades, Gucci leather loafers, and a classic Prada belt.

Leonardo DiCaprio 

Hollywood’s Hottest Leading Men: 12 Chiseled Faces and Darling Smiles We Love

Jon Hamm. Photo: Billy Farrell/

Dear people who say things like “Happy Monday,” Who are you? For those of us who routinely wake up on “the wrong side of the bed,” here’s a little pick-me-up: 12 of Hollywood’s hottest leading men to crush on.

1. Ryan Gosling “Hey girl…” It’s gonna be okay, it’ll be hump day before you know it.

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2. Miles Teller This 28-year-old is not just pleasing to the eyes, but he’s also garnered tons of critical acclaim as an actor. Check our interview with him HERE.

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3. Ryan Reynolds He might be married to Blake Lively (see the actresses best looks here) but that won’t stop us from dreamily re-watching The Proposal.

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4. Paul Rudd From Clueless to This Is 40, this guy just gets better and better.

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5. Bradley Cooper Here’s what would make a Monday better: staring into those baby blues.

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6. Joseph Gordon-Levitt 500 days would hardly be enough! Check out our 2011 cover story on him HERE.

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Photo: Billy Farrell/

7. Jon Hamm We’d be mad not to love this man.

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8. Joe Manganiello Werewolf, human…Manganiello is hot in any form.

Photo: Matteo Prandoni/

9. Taye Diggs We Diggs Taye.

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10. Eddie Redmayne The accent, the eyes, the Oscar! What isn’t perfect about Eddie?

21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Press Room
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11. Chris Hemsworth Another accent to swoon over, this gorgeous Australian is easy on the eyes and the ears.

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12. Jamie Dornan For the 50 Shades fan, you already know he’s got Christian Grey skills down.

BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party
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Larry David Dons A Big Ol’ Beard for ‘Clear History’

The incarnation of Seinfeld creator Larry David with which audiences are probably most familiar is his Curb Your Enthusiasm self: clean-shaven, mostly bald and always in the midst of an uncomfortable situation. This perception is so ingrained in our collective cultural memory that most people probably won’t even recognize Mr. David in his latest role, the upcoming HBO film Clear History. In the new trailer for the movie, David appears as a grizzled old man with a yacht-rock-meets-hippie vibe, driving a convertible and belting out Chicago’s “25 or 6 to 4.” Cool.

The beard, sunglasses and convertible make sense when you consider the plot of the Greg Mottola-directed comedy. David stars as Nathan, a guy with an office job (marketing) who loses out on a big opportunity from a spat with his boss (sounds a bit Curb-y, no?) and walks away humiliated. A decade later, we find that after his life went into shambles, he has started over and is living on an island off of Massachusetts with a new name and a new identity, but his past comes creeping up behind him.

The rest of the cast looks formidable too, including Jon Hamm, Eva Mendes, Bill Hader, Danny McBride, Kate Hudson, Michael Keaton, Amy Ryan and probably some other big names we haven’t heard yet. Watch the trailer below, and then have “25 or 6 to 4” stuck in your head all day.

Jon Hamm Hangs Out With Elmo, Talks About Sculptures

The offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce are back open for a sixth season, but when he’s not drinking cocktails on the beach and reading Dante or promoting a line of cameras, Don Draper sometimes hangs out with the kids’ educational TV set. Jon Hamm, everyone’s favorite ad man / distinguished University of Missouri alumnus / conversation-starter about the highly gendered objectifying nature of the media, appeared on Sesame Street yesterday to help his buddy Elmo teach viewers about the word "sculpture."

The rather unprepared Hamm has the task of distracting the audience while Elmo finishes his self-portrait rendered in hammer and chisel, showing off different examples of the art form (including some very heavy metal). He explains the word very well, and, as with his appearances on 30 Rock and other more adult shows, commits wonderfully to physical comedy and slapstick. What’s strange about it though is that although he clearly conveys the idea of a sculpture, he mentions getting a hernia, which, like, would he have to explain what a hernia is to a preschooler? Will there be a follow-up episode? Anyway, watch below, especially if you’re in need of a good laugh today. 

Leave Jon Hamm’s Penis Alone!

Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm—who has made it easy for a legion of for bloggers who can just sigh and say, "I dunno, just write something with ‘Jon Hamm’s Penis’ in the headline"—isn’t so thrilled with the attention that the internet has given to his private parts. "They’re called privates," Hamm says in the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone. "I mean, it’s not like I’m a fucking lead miner. There are harder jobs in the world. But when people feel the freedom to create Tumblr accounts about my cock, I feel like that wasn’t part of the deal." Yes, let the man live and let his balls breathe! They don’t want to be confined to claustrophobic underwear, not even silk boxers. But I get it: Jon Hamm wants to be taken seriously for things other than his penis. Perhaps he can get lunch with co-star Christina Hendricks and her gigantic breasts as a bit of group therapy?

[via E!]

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Check Out a Glitzy New Set of Photos for ‘Mad Men’ Season Six

For those of you still reeling from last year’s Season Five finale of Mad Men, don’t worry—the premiere is but a month away. On April 7th, we will all grab some hard alcohol and sit around our televisions to watch the two-hour premiere is Season Six and from the looks of it, tensions will continue to grow and the atmosphere will become increasingly dark. We’ve been eagerly waiting to know if Don will survive the blow to his ego by the newly independent Megan and Peggy, if Joan will uphold the strength that keeps her at the core of the show, and just what sort of psychological turmoil Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce will find themselves in this.

The season opener will be written by showrunner Matthew Weiner and directed by Scott Hornbacher, with the following episode directed by Jon Hamm. And as we learned back in January, this new season will delve deeper into the issues that resonated throughout the 1960s, shaking people of their social and moral ground, to which Weiner has said:

…For some reason or another, this season feels particularly related to where I feel that we are right now, as a country and as a society…There’s been a bit of a blow to our self-esteem. None of the economic realities of the ’60s, of any of the years that we’ve done the show, reflect what’s going on right now. It was really a boom time for the economy, for job creation, and American industy. But I think that the social order, the blow to our self-esteem and turning inward as we deal with the loss of something. The loss of our— Now I’m being super-vague about it. I’m not prepared to talk about it.

And with a newly unveiled series of promotional shots of the cast looking suave, it appears as though everyone may be beautiful but a smug, unhappiness is permeating the room—but again, what else is new? Check out the shots below and get your martini shakers and/or bottle of scotch ready for next month’s premiere.

Addendum: Look at the sass on that small child in the final photo.








Funny Screen People Jon Hamm and Maya Rudolph Do Funny Things on Stage

Jon Hamm and Maya Rudolph have been funny in the same space lots of times. They’ve both appeared on Saturday Night Live, they were in the movies Bridesmaids and Friends With Kids together, and, back in 2011, they shared some scenes together for an anniversary edition of The Paul F. Tompkins Show, a variety show at L.A.’s Largo Theater hosted by the also very funny Paul F. Tompkins.

Tompins has begun releasing clips from the live shows online, and now we have this little gem. Tompkins attempts to hypnotize Rudolph at one point, Hamm arrives from the future to inform us that "human beings are at war… with monsters." Also, he’s Rudolph’s son. Blissful silliness ensues, and the whole thing feels very loose and improv-like, even though it’s scripted. And, you know, it’s the middle of the week, the weather’s been abysmal, the news has been full of dread, someone scuffed your shoes on the train today. We could all use a laugh, and as far as laughs go, this has quite a few. 

[via Splitsider]

Counterpoint: ‘Mad Men’ Can’t Possibly Be Coming Back Already

Mad Men is about to come roaring back with its—holy shit, sixth season? I dropped out after the season four finale, which, if I recall correctly, ended with a freaky coma dream where Don marries one of Tony Soprano’s mistresses on Dexter’s kill table while zombie Walt and Jesse watch in horror. What a cliffhanger.

Then there was season five, allegedly. I’m reasonably confident that Roger Sterling said something sarcastic in it, yeah? While smoking. That cad, such a crowd-pleaser. Willing to bet also that one woman sabotaged another’s attempts to earn the authority/respect that is her male colleagues’ birthright. But gosh if they didn’t both look pretty the whole time!

So what does season six, premiering on April 7, hold in store? Sure, I can call my parents every Monday and get a hazy synopsis of the most recent episode they fell asleep in front of, but I want some teasers before then. Luckily, the show’s creator, Matthew Weiner, dropped this juicy hint: “The season is about Don.” Salivate away! 

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‘Mad Men’ Returns With a Special Two-Hour Premiere on April 7th

The last season of Mad Men ended with a dull ache rather than swift punch. The final note was a contemplative one, not entirely somber but with so much change in the air it was difficult to tell just where the character’s could go from here. We’ve been waiting for months now to see how Peggy will fare outside of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, how Don will deal with his wife’s newly found independence, and just how Joan will maintain the strength that’s always pushed her forward. But the wait will soon be over. AMC has officially announced that the show will have its return on April 7th with a special two-hour season premiere.

“I am going to skip ahead in time,” said Weiner in a recent interview with the Daily Beast. “I won’t say how long, but the first two episodes are a movie unto themselves. And they do foreshadow what’s going to happen in the season. They do tell a story of the period and root you where you are in these people’s lives. But a lot has changed when the season opens up. A lot has changed.”

The special premiere will be written by Weiner himself and directed by Scott Hornbacher, with the following episode on the 17th written by Jonathan Weiner and directed by Jon Hamm. Speaking to the dramatic and drastic changes made in the previous seasons—from Peggy’s departure, to Lane’s suicide, Weiner commented: 

 I don’t think anybody else has done a permanent divorce like that, or moved people out of their home, or dissolved their businesses or anything. So they were worried. I never said to anyone that Elisabeth was leaving the show. I just said that the character was moving on and you’ll have to watch. That’s what I always say: ‘You’ll have to watch.’ And you know what? If people were angry, God bless them, I’m glad that their emotions are wrapped up in the show. It’s a kind of interest that you can’t pay for… I’m not driven by giving them what they want. I’m driven by entertaining them.

This will also be the final season before Weiner wraps things up with a seventh season in the year to follow. And unrelatedly but sadly, this year will also see the end to one of television’s most-beloved and acclaimed shows, also an AMC hit, Breaking Bad. Charlie Collier, President and General Manager of AMC said, "It is a calling card and a point of great pride for AMC to be the network home of Mad Men,led by Matthew Weiner and his brilliant team," to which Kevin Briggs, President, Lionsgate Television Group said, "The success of Mad Men is built on the exceptional artistry and imagination of Matthew Weiner, the cast, and the entirewriting and producing team. They continually strive to raise the bar and we look forward to bringing viewers another great season."

And in the sixth season of the show, the characters of Mad Men will not only face the darker and more poignant issues that plagued the 1960s, which we saw begin to develop in the fifth season but, "for some reason or another, this season feels particularly related to where I feel that we are right now, as a country and as a society," says Weiner. "There’s been a bit of a blow to our self-esteem. None of the economic realities of the ’60s, of any of the years that we’ve done the show, reflect what’s going on right now. It was really a boom time for the economy, for job creation, and American industy. But I think that the social order, the blow to our self-esteem and turning inward as we deal with the loss of something. "The loss of our— Now I’m being super-vague about it. I’m not prepared to talk about it.”

He may be vague but we wouldn’t want it any other way. One of the best things about Mad Men is the every-evolving and surprising narrative, how each episode unfolds like a story of it’s own, weaving in out of conflict and stillness that keep us connected to the characters and challenge us an audience. Every episode may not be perfect but there’s always a sense that you’re watching something that’s truly been meticulously crafted and executed and personally, I’m looking forward to diving into the new season and seeing just how these characters deal when thrust into a new world. So get your drinks ready because April isn’t too far off.