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Safe star Jason Statham is looking hawt in Dior Homme on the April cover of DETAILS magazine shot by Norman Jean Roy.
Judging by his sartorial perfection, the actor must have taken a few styling tips from his beautiful girlfriend, Victoria's Secret Angel and Transformers: Dark of the Moon's Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Aside from looking amazing, Jason had a lot to say!!
Here are some of the HIGHlights:
On commanding 30 Million per film and asked if he sees himself as a brand:
"Fahk no. Why should I? Kim Kardashian's a brand."
On being an action star and approaching middle age:
"Fahk that. I'm two, three duds from being back on the street. Of course I'm looking for the perfect vehicle, a more intellectual action film, perhaps. [Like surfer's in Malibu], they're all waiting for that wave, but it may never come, so they take what's offered, paddle back out."
Middle aged or not, we can guarantee this bad boy is here to stay!!
[Image via DETAILS.]
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“It’s like our culture is so rooted in voyeuristic obsession and the exposure of people’s lives in order to feel validated. It’s terribly empty and sad. It leaves me with a diminished faith in humanity.”
- Zachary Quinto, on privacy, in Details Magazine
[Image via WENN.]
Aww! Our poor Ry Ry is heartbroken!
We just want to give him a big hug and tell him things will get easier!
The seksi actor recently sat down with Details Magazine, and not only opened up for the first time about his split with ex-wife Scarlett Johansson, but how it's changed him, as well as the time it's taking for him to recover from the failed marriage!
"Anyone who gets divorced goes through a lot of pain. But you come out of it. I'm not out of it yet. At all. But I sense that as I do come through it, there's optimism. How can there not be? I don't think I want to get married again, but you always reevaluate these things. Any kind of crisis can be good. It wakes you up. I gotta say, I'm a different person than I was six months ago. What was happening privately was the exact opposite of what was being reported. There was no story and no scandal, so the narrative was just created for me. That was the most disturbing part. Relationships ending move you from who you were to who you are at a much more accelerated rate than almost anything else on earth. Departing a relationship and still maintaining the idea that this is still the same person I married is a great luxury that I experienced. Thankfully I was in a relationship where two people chose to remain on the high road in every regard. You've got walls up in a way you didn't before. But you're also open to things in a way you weren't before. I have no interest in dating right now. It just seems so kind of alien to me at this point. I'm very happy not to be in a relationship right now. That's OK. I didn't plan on it, that's for sure…but that's OK."
Wow - we have to give him a lot of credit for clearly taking the time to step back from his feelings to make sense of them!
That's not an easy thing, especially when it comes to heartbreak!
Hang in there, buddy! You'll get through it - just keep on reminding yourself that it's a day by day process, and some will better than others!
We're thinking of you!
To say this man is hunky might possibly be the biggest understatement ever! So hawt! So euphorically SMOKING!
Mark Ruffalo is Detail's May cover stud and after he was done making the cameras sweat, he sat down for an in-depth interview about his career, almost quitting the biz and suiting up to be the Incredile Hulk!
Check out some of the HIGHlights from his interview here:
On quitting acting in 2009: “I’d had it with L.A., and I really had it with the business side of acting, the machinery of it all. You’re an artist, but then all of a sudden you’re a product at the same time, and there’s this company that’s sprung up around you. I got depressed. I was losing my love for it. So I said, ‘I’m done.’ I fired everybody and moved my family out here (Callicoon, NY). I had to make a radical move.” He goes on to say, “The Kids Are Alright was my swan song. I didn’t know what I was doing next.”
On deciding to continue acting: What brought Ruffalo back this latest time was sitting in the audience at Sundance, where The Kids Are Alright made its debut in 2010, and, after the first peal of laughter, “watching everyone’s jaded, supercool Hollywood identities melt into the communal experience of filmmaking and storytelling. It reminded me: I’m an actor, and my whole life has been geared towards being an actor.”
On acting in The Avengers, a computer-generated style movie: Ruffalo makes the counterintuitive connection between motion-capture acting and the theater. “It’s the absolute perfect marriage because it relies on your imagination, your ability to project outside of yourself, to be the watcher and the watched. A stage actor has to be able to do that, because you’re telling the story with your body as much as your face and voice.”
On not training to be The Incredible Hulk: “No, no, no. Look, I’m eating guacamole and potato chips….You think Tom Cruise does this?”
HA! No, these days, Tom Cruise is more concerned with his pitch than his pecs! No competition there baby!
Well! Hello, hey Joe! We want to give it a go!
Joe Jonas covers Details Magazine next month and we couldn't be more pleased about it! In his interview with the mag, he talks about starting his solo career away from his brothers and growing older and wiser as an artist.
As much as we are interested in his new sound, we're much more interested in his new look. Hmm! Hmm! Hmm! He sure has grown into a fiiiiine man!
Rather than bore you with the details of Details, let's just enjoy the spread, shall we?! Check out the photo shoot Joe did for the mag in the gallery (below).