2 March 2014
Bonus Mark Ruffalo Post

Bonus Mark Ruffalo Post

2. Mark Ruffalo (b. 1967)

Mark Ruffalo is kind of a funny actor, in that he’s been around for ages (the shot above is from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) but also he’s very… underappreciated. Last year he was in Providence filming the really unfortunately titled Infinitely Polar Bear and I wasn’t completely sure that I’d recognize him if I saw him…

That said, there is at least one Tumblr dedicated to his chest hair. At least one lady has an embarrassing story about his chest hair. He has a lot of chest hair! He’s like the less shiny, less gay Tom Ford. Although speaking of gay this May he’ll be appearing in HBO’s production of Larry Kramer’s gay classic The Normal Heart.

2. Mark Ruffalo (b. 1967)

Mark Ruffalo is kind of a funny actor, in that he’s been around for ages (the shot above is from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) but also he’s very… underappreciated. Last year he was in Providence filming the really unfortunately titled Infinitely Polar Bear and I wasn’t completely sure that I’d recognize him if I saw him…

That said, there is at least one Tumblr dedicated to his chest hair. At least one lady has an embarrassing story about his chest hair. He has a lot of chest hair! He’s like the less shiny, less gay Tom Ford. Although speaking of gay this May he’ll be appearing in HBO’s production of Larry Kramer’s gay classic The Normal Heart.

Bonus Marlon Brando Post

Bonus Marlon Brando Post

3. Marlon Brando (1924-2004)
2012 Rank: #12

How fitting that I should be honoring Marlon Brando on Oscar night, when he’s one of only two actors to ever reject Hollywood’s biggest honor. (The other was George C. Scott.) Brando had won for The Godfather, a role I don’t think too many people consider hot in any traditional sense, when he looked basically nothing like the virile young man with the really great legs pictured above.

3. Marlon Brando (1924-2004)
2012 Rank: #12

How fitting that I should be honoring Marlon Brando on Oscar night, when he’s one of only two actors to ever reject Hollywood’s biggest honor. (The other was George C. Scott.) Brando had won for The Godfather, a role I don’t think too many people consider hot in any traditional sense, when he looked basically nothing like the virile young man with the really great legs pictured above.

Bonus Colin Farrell post

Details, 2012

Bonus Colin Farrell post

Details, 2012

4. Colin Farrell (b. 1976)
2012 Rank: #27

i only have two posts before this one tagged with Colin Farrell’s name: one from two years ago, when he placed at #27 on the Hot List—that year he placed one slot ahead of Sean Connery, too—and one where a girl’s giving a guy a BJ while Colin makes a pining face on a television in the background. Perhaps I should give him more attention; he does have a nice face and, as I noted in that last post, his eyebrows are really very fetching.

4. Colin Farrell (b. 1976)
2012 Rank: #27

i only have two posts before this one tagged with Colin Farrell’s name: one from two years ago, when he placed at #27 on the Hot List—that year he placed one slot ahead of Sean Connery, too—and one where a girl’s giving a guy a BJ while Colin makes a pining face on a television in the background. Perhaps I should give him more attention; he does have a nice face and, as I noted in that last post, his eyebrows are really very fetching.

Bonus Sean Connery Post

on the set of Thunderball, 1965

Bonus Sean Connery Post

on the set of Thunderball, 1965

5. Sean Connery2012 Rank: #28

Lately I’ve been geeking out over this British film magazine called Little White Lies. For their fiftieth issue, which came out in I think December, they asked fifty different people to each discuss one movie from the past fifty years. The resulting list is a combination of my personal favorite movies (Blow-Up! Underground! Clue! Gremlins 2!) and movies I’d never actually heard of before (Wanda! Mr. Klein! The Death of Mr. Lazurescu!) Anyway, it all starts off with a reflection on Marnie, one of Hitchcock’s weirdest movies—it’s probably the weirdest of all, now that I say that—and one in which Sean Connery is very, very handsome. And possibly evil. Or maybe not.

5. Sean Connery
2012 Rank: #28

Lately I’ve been geeking out over this British film magazine called Little White Lies. For their fiftieth issue, which came out in I think December, they asked fifty different people to each discuss one movie from the past fifty years. The resulting list is a combination of my personal favorite movies (Blow-Up! Underground! Clue! Gremlins 2!) and movies I’d never actually heard of before (Wanda! Mr. Klein! The Death of Mr. Lazurescu!) Anyway, it all starts off with a reflection on Marnie, one of Hitchcock’s weirdest movies—it’s probably the weirdest of all, now that I say that—and one in which Sean Connery is very, very handsome. And possibly evil. Or maybe not.

Bonus Tom Selleck Post

Bonus Tom Selleck Post

6. Tom Selleck (b. 1948)
2012 Rank: #69

Last year, when I got really into watching every episode of Murder She Wrote, I was really taken by how handsome Tom Selleck was in the MSW/Magnum PI two-part crossover episode. Which is a thing that happened. He’s so handsome in his little shorts!

My Murder She Wrote marathon fizzled towards the end of the seventh season, and I haven’t gone back to Magnum yet. One day, maybe.

6. Tom Selleck (b. 1948)
2012 Rank: #69

Last year, when I got really into watching every episode of Murder She Wrote, I was really taken by how handsome Tom Selleck was in the MSW/Magnum PI two-part crossover episode. Which is a thing that happened. He’s so handsome in his little shorts!

My Murder She Wrote marathon fizzled towards the end of the seventh season, and I haven’t gone back to Magnum yet. One day, maybe.