Snazzy Chris Pratt for Esquire (September 2014).
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Tom Hardy is looking unbelievably hot on and in Esquire (May 2014). The magazine identifies him as genuinely dangerous and possibly the greatest actor of his generation. For some reason, they asked him to shave off his beard:
“We asked Hardy to shave his beard. His response: 'I ain't shaving my beard for you. To shave my beard off would be to cut my fking [sic] nuts off...and give them to you to sell.'”
I wouldn't sell them.
I prefer Liam, but damn, Chris Hemsworth gives him a run for the money on Esquire (September 2013).
In the interview, Hemsworth recalls his first job, as the father of "Captain Kirk" in the J.J. Abrams Star Trek reboot:
"I got to crash one spaceship into another, which is undeniably fun. At one point, I was trying to react to the moment of impact, kind of throwing my hands in the air, expecting to be sent spinning forward. JJ. came up to me and said, 'That's great. Now let's try it with a little less flight and a little more fucked.' So thats what you sere in that moment, me doing my best 'fucked.'"
Bradley Cooper and his magic hair take over Esquire (December 2012). Anyone seen him in Silver Linings Playbook? Totally Oscar-worthy and his acting chemistry with equally Oscar-worthy Jennifer Lawrence is phenomenal. A truly offbeat and interesting film.
Cooper says of his $15-million-dollar payday for Hangover III:
"It's afforded me the ability to do the five movies I did between Hangover II and Hangover III. And you can solve people's problems. To be able to say to someone, 'You know what? I'm gonna buy your house for you. You don't have to worry about your mortgage anymore.'"
Garrett Hedlund (above) and a host of other Hollywood hotties grace the pages of Esquire (September 2012) as part of Yu Tsai's "Next Generation" piece. My favorites—all hot as hell—after the jump...
Devilishly handsome Jon Hamm, 40, is on the cover of Esquire (March 2012), in which the writer fawns over him the way I might were I to be assigned the gig. Some tidbits—he taught high school drama in '95 to students including The Office's Ellie Kemper, he's been pals with Paul Rudd since high school and he once auditioned for "Jack Donaghy" (Alec Baldwin's role) on 30 Rock.
Robyn Crawford—Whitney Houston's former assistant and beyond a doubt her former lover for many years—has contributed a truly touching and honest piece about Houson to Esquire via Tom Junod. (Ironically, the man behind the infamous "Kevin Spacey Has a Secret" cover in which he openly talked about the actor's glass-closeted existence in popular culture.)