Andrew Garfield in 'The Amazing Spider-Man.'
Photo: Columbia Pictures/Entertainment Weekly
The last time we fawned over Andrew Garfield in his skin-tight Spider-Man costume, we were ogling his, um, assets. You know, the ones from behind. Just a little south of the back. And a little north of the thighs. Oh for goshsakes, just LOOK AT THE TOP RIGHT PHOTO. *drools* Yeah. It's pretttyyy clear that the blue and red costume from The Amazing Spider-Man shows off EVERY last detail of his anatomy, including his, um, crotch region. Luckily, at Comic-Con Entertainment Weekly was ballsy (heh) enough to ask Andrew the tough questions like if he and director Marc Webb "gave a lot of thought to the south-of-the-equator regions," and if they talked about "whether to err on the side of being too Ken-doll androgynous vs. too bulbously revealing." Is anyone else DYING to know what Andrew said?
The Situation on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
Staring at Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino's oil-slicked hair and super-tan visage suddenly makes us want to hum the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song and reminisce on G.I. Joe. Why? Because there is something so childishly adorable about the grown-up kid in a suit (and no, it isn't just his star-shooting "The More You Know" hair; look closely—it certainly sends us back to the days of Reading Rainbow and BOM-bum-BUM-BUUUM with its astral trajectory), but it is also his arts-and-crafts approach to a suit jacket.
Vincent Gallo in G-Star RAW's Autumn/Winter 2011 campaign.
Photo: Courtesy of G-Star RAW
Despite the fact that indie filmmaker Vincent Gallo kind of REALLY scares the crapola out of us, we still think he's hot. Like, he can turn up to a black tie event in crusty 3-week-old jeans, a smoky leather jacket, and unwashed hair and still look better than 90 percent of the people there. Though a lot of people can't STAND him for that (they're jealous, obvi), he's been a pioneer of hip New York style for years now—I mean, he was even Jean-Michel Basquiat's bestie back in the day. That MUST mean he's cool, right? Well, G-Star RAW agrees with us, so clearly we are right. The high-fashion denim line named him (and actress Gemma Arterton) as the face of their autumn/winter 2011 campaign. We love the fresh Brooklyn feel he brings to the European brand; who ELSE would pair oxfords and a skinny tie with some straight-leg G-Star jeans? *crickets chirping* Yeah, that's what we thought.
Paul Rudd on the September cover of "Nylon Guys."
Photo: Courtesy of "Nylon Guys" Magazine
As far as Hollywood heartthrobs go, Paul Rudd is the male version of America's Sweetheart. His sincere brand of sweet and funny has charmed us in every single film he's been in for the last TWO DECADES. It's kind of insane to think that the dude from Role Models and Dinner for Schmucks is still breaking our hearts the same way he did way back in the golden olden days of 1995's Clueless. One of our favorite moments in the movie is when Alicia Silverstone (aka Cher) sits in front of the neon pink Beverly Hills fountain and says, "I love Josh! I'm majorly, totally, crazy in love with Josh!" Is it wrong that we still mouth that line with her every time we watch it and that we maybe sort of mean it? No, no it's not. Paul Rudd is aging like a fine wine, and that's something to HONOR and CHERISH, which, incidentally, Nylon Guys does in this month's cover feature.
Sufjan Stevens sports wings during his Brooklyn performance.
Indie artist Sufjan Stevens took over Brooklyn this week with two back-to-back explosively entertaining shows. We attended the Wednesday night performance during the downpour of the freakin' CENTURY, but when we walked away tired, hungry, and soaked there was only one thing that kept our spirits lifted—reminiscing about his INSANE outfits. Sufjan opened the show in a black-lit neon orange and green custom-made jumpsuit complete with a LED light that blinked around his, um, crotch. (Something tells us this placement wasn't accidental.)
But juuuuuuust as we were admiring his glowing erm...package, a shadowy figure came out of NOWHERE with these gorge wings and placed them on Sufjan's back! Even from the nosebleed section, the sheer size and magnitude of these wings was striking, and kind of reminded us of the highly talked about feathers Selita Ebanks sported in Kanye West's "Runaway" video. Sufjan not only wore the wings with admirable ease, but he managed to sing pitch-perfect melodies and noodle on his banjo problem-free. Related: Victoria's Secret Angels have NOTHING on him.
But in pure Sufjan fashion, he was JUST getting the crowd warmed up—his costume changes got crazier as the night (and rain) wore on.