Peter. He was Peter Pevensie in the Narnia movies. You remember. Charging into battle: “FOR NARNIA AND FOR ASLAN!” And he was going to be soooooo dreamy when he grew up? Well, he’s all grown up and while it’s THRILLING to see him, and I’d still TOTALLY hit it, I think he needs a haircut. And get him out of that sweatshirt. Really. A sweatshirt to a Hollywood party. WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THE WORLD? (Photo” Pacific Coast News)
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I took an instant disliking to Robbie Amell, star of the upcoming Tomorrow People, when I posted about the CW’s fall schedule last week. In it, he plays a troubled young teenage boy who discovers he has psychic powers. “Lunkhead” was the phrase I believe I used to describe him. What do you think? Based on these gifs, am I wrong? Is he hot? Does the show look worth watching? And on a side note: Yes, I’m really asking you to judge a series based on a couple of gifs. It’s 2013. You’ve got less than seven seconds to impress us.
Young Kit Harington, you guys, before he had those luscious locks, before he wore those barbaric furs, and before he drove us all wild on Game of Thrones. Who would have ever guessed from this pic that he’d grow up to be the hottest guy in all of Westeros? (via ichoosedisco)
“Pop’s golden child” has a smoke on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, and it’s funny that seeing someone smoking is SO SHOCKING. But it is. I gasped. What do you think? Hot cover? Or is he skeeving you out a little bit? (via MsDramaTV)
I’m not exaggerating when I tell you that my mailbox is LITERALLY OVERFLOWING with emails asking what do I think about Drake Bell on Splash? Why aren’t I posting more pictures of Drake Bell on Splash? Did I see last night’s Splash? How ’bout that Drake Bell? And on. And on. To be honest, I’m not watching and I have no opinion about him one way or another. He looks perfectly pleasant in these screen grabs, though, and I’m sure he’s a charming boy. So there you go. A ringing endorsement from the WOW Report. And here are your screen grabs. NIPPLES AND ARMPITS, YAY! (via SuperheroFan)
Fascinating. From Open Culture: “This 1883 portrait of Mark Twain will perhaps give you pause. To be sure, Twain cared deeply about his public image. The writer carefully crafted his public identity, giving more than 300 interviews to journalists where he reinforced the traits he wanted to be known for — his wit, irreverent sense of humor, and thoughtfulness. Twain also loved having his picture taken, posing for photographers whenever he had a chance. The camera offered yet another way to fashion his own personal myth.
“Of course, the author is best remembered for one set of iconic images — the one where he dons a white suit in 1906, upon traveling to Washington D.C. to lobby for the protection of authors’ copyrights. But, as The Routledge Encyclopedia of Mark Twain explains, the novelist also let his image be used in countless advertisements — in ads for restaurants, pharmacies, dry goods and cigars too. The encyclopedia gives the impression that the shirtless photo was perhaps taken within this commercial context. It’s not clear what product the portrait helped market (care to take a guess?), or precisely how Twain saw it contributing to his public image. The details are murky. But one thing is for certain: The 1880s image is authentic. It’s the real shirtless Mark Twain.” (via Towleroad)
Poor little guy. In the latest episode of Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, the forgotten Kardashian confessed that he was feeling insecure after gaining 40 pounds since his split from Rita Ora. SHE’S NOT WORTH IT, DUDE. Put down the McGriddles and get to the gym! Below: A gif of Rob circa his Dancing With the Stars days. Awww. I still love you, bb. (via ONTD)
I could have saved Warner Bros the money and told them: The lesson of Twilight was NOT that teen girls and gay men love supernatural-based thrillers, it’s that teen girls and gay men love shirtless, doe-eyed hunks and lots of them. Nobody ever listens to me. Remember when Universal tried to cash in on the hot werewolf trend by casting… Benicio del Torro as their werewolf? HA. Beautiful Creatures might be the most fascinating story ever told, but its young romantic lead looks like a doughy, 35-year-old substitute math teacher. No offense, dude. I read an interesting interview with Alden Ehrenreich in VMan, and while he’s definitely an up-and-cummer, he’s just not the next Taylor Lautnor. Which is probably a good thing (unless you work at Warner Bros).