Sexy Colton Haynes dons Perry Ellis for Men's Fitness (June 2015).
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Men's Fitness is serving major foot-fetish fodder with two portraits of Peter Berg. I'm hyperaware of such things because when I edited a teen mag, probably 10% of all my mail was from men begging for foot photos, and they didn't have an ounce of shame in asking (these were guys who wanted to see young teens' feet, hello). Nothing wrong with a little adult foot fun ...
Via Men's Fitness: Check out hot Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, showing off his handsomeness in a magazine for (jelly) men.
The Game of Thrones hottie has a good, as well as hot, head on his shoulders about the fleeting quality of fame:
“What I have now is about the show and not about me. I’ve been working in this business for 20 years, and I’m very grateful for what I have, but it’s going to end sooner or later. Should I fall into a depression because I’m not going to have that kind of attention someday? I can’t allow that because it’s just stupid.”
Feels like an awkward stance, but Men's Fitness can't go wrong with this Scott Eastwood cover.
Sexy Matt Lauria from TV's Kingdom talks with Men's Fitness (December 2014) about how he beefed up without putting any meat in his mouth, aka, the un-fun way:
“Jonathan Tucker, Nick Jonas, and I went through an intensive two-week fight training camp prior to shooting. So every day we'd all carpool out to Pomona (CA), where the gym was, and spend the day together having this crash course basically 'intravenously injected' into us: wrestling, Muay Thai, boxing, jiu-jitsu. I think the exertion and the hours we spent together really bonded us.”
I'm even more interested in seeing their training sessions than in seeing their show.
One more Matt pic after the jump...
The even hotter Hemsworth, Liam, covers Men's Fitness (December 2014). His advice on how to live your life is, like, deep:
“Tomorrow doesn't exist; yesterday is gone. The more I remind myself of that, the stronger I feel.”
He also demonstrates how he gets the other kind of strong.
Chris Pratt, to me, is incredibly hot when he's a little porky and when he buffs out for a role. He must've posed for Men's Fitness (July/August 2014) during one of the latter, Guardians of the Galaxy periods, because he's looking tight!
But back to the chub: In the magazine, Pratt addresses his character's noteworthy weight gain on Parks and Recreation, saying it was for art:
“I remember seeing an episode in Season 2, and I was like, 'Goddamn, I've gained some weight,' but then I watched, and it was the funniest I'd ever been on the show. I'm not saying that fat is funny, but misplaced confidence is funny, and 'Andy' is someone who is not fit but walks around like he is. So I went back the next day, and I told [showrunner] Mike Schur, 'I want to gain 20 to 30 pounds.' He said, 'Great.' I'd found this niche: fat and funny.”
I'd take him on the way up or on the way down.
Jon Hamm looks superhot on and in Men's Fitness (May 2014)...and his best asset isn't even spotlighted!
Actually, the intrepid interviewer succeeds in getting Hamm on the record about his legendary package, even if Hamm is quite dismissive of all the hype (which, to be fair, is probably mostly fueled by PhotoShop at this point):
“That's the dark side of all this [fame], I guess. As a nonfamous person, would you want people walking up to you and pointing to your dick? I can't believe I'm talking about this. But I've worn underwear every day of my life, and the fact that I'm painted as this exhibitionist is a little annoying. It's become a meme, I guess. Being someone who people want to photograph, you have to open yourself up to the positive and negative. It is what it is. If I get mad at it I'll look like a douche bag. But it's silly”