Owen Wilson at ‘The Internship’ Premiere

Posted on May 31, 2013

Owen Wilson attends the premiere of ‘The Internship’ in Los Angeles.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Andrew Evans, Izumi Hasegawa/PR Photos]

    • MilaXX

      He’s a side talker. I can only watch him for so long

      • http://dontmakeitlikeimdumb.blogspot.com/ annabelle archer

        For me it’s the nose. I can’t get past it.

        • oekmama

          Yeh, it’s a love it or hate it nose.

        • drdarke

          He looks like one of my other kid brothers, stuffed into a suit by Mom his wife. The vacant and probably-stoned stare, the nose that’s been broken too many times, the grin that says “The lights are on, but nobody’s home”….

          Yeah, feels just like a family reunion.

        • fursa_saida

          I saw an ad for this movie on the side of a bus stop, and I don’t know WHAT they did to his nose in photoshop, but it became a terrifying fleshy undefined object. Like, love or hate his nose, at least you can tell what it’s doing on his face. Whoever approved that ad was not paying attention (I hope).

      • ItsDicey

        Yeah, he can be charming, but only in very small doses.

    • StellaZafella

      My perpetual Surfer Dude,,,I’d like to do a Hawaiian Vacation with him…but I don’t think he’s gay, let alone into an old retired drag queen.

    • Coolekat

      I can’t stand him and don’t know why.

      • snarkmeister

        Ditto. Can’t stand Nic Cage either. I think they both just set off my “uber-douche!” alarms.

        • ItsDicey

          Nic Cage is in a (low) class all his own. Horribly overrated actor. Okay, i’m done ranting.

        • drdarke

          Like I said above, @snarkmeister , he reminds me of one of my kid brothers – the one who STILL can’t remember my wife’s name after we’ve been together for thirty years?

          Add “stoned” to your “über-douche” description, and I’m with you….

      • MsOlympia

        There’s nothing sadder than a 40-ish ex frat boy still hanging on to the glory days.

        • Nicole Little

          Really? Because he vibes laid back, knows who he is and wears it well to me. But I’m sure he’s crushed being called out for his age (?!) and will cry his non-botox, real-nosed face into his money stuffed pillow tonight.

    • Aurumgirl

      There are a couple of things about Owen Wilson that make him attractive (at least, to me): one is that nose, because it has character; and the other is he’s funny. He’s squandering his looks here. Just imagine him in a great suit that fits, with adult shoes, some beard grooming, and a colour that actually gives him some life.

      • quiltrx

        I feel that way about Adrien Brody’s nose, so I can relate.

    • StrandedFashionista

      It’s a whole lotta nothing. Part of me thinks he’d be perfect for a slightly rumpled linen suit, but that could just be residual love I have for him from ‘The Royal Tenenbaums’ wanting to dress him up in something more exciting than a banker suit.

      • 3boysful

        To me, it’s a bit college professor more than banker. The crepe soles, perhaps? I prefer his brother.

        • StrandedFashionista

          I’d have to look at their filmographies and pick my Wilson brother allegiance based on how many movies I liked.

        • Meg0GayGuys6

          My best friend and I joke all the time saying we get along so well because if it came down to it, I’d go for Luke, and she’d go for Owen. The foundation of all strong relationships…

    • deathandthestrawberry

      He’s about a decade too old for that hair style. Still, I have an odd attraction to the Wilson brothers. I’d do him. Not gonna lie.

      • merciblahblah

        YES. 10 years ago I loved the hair on him. Now? It just smells of desperation and maybe a bit of weed.

      • oekmama

        OMG! I didn’t know he had a brother. Well, two. Just googled em, and have to agree about the attraction. It’s not odd. If we get more members, maybe we can do t-shirts and mugs.:-D

    • kimiakay

      He’s been on my irrational list for some time. I’d like to see him immaculately groomed and not being an idiot in a movie or in an interview then maybe I’d change my mind. He looks rumpled a bit here, just like he always does. His shoes are a mess. His hair is yucky. I guess I like his shirt.

    • crash1212

      I think he looks cute. Nice suit, hemmed appropriately, fits him. Good contrast with shirt and tie. Head is groomed if tousled. What’s not to like? Well…maybe hands in the pockets AND THAT GIANT EYE LOOKING AT ME third panel down.

    • majorbedhead

      I don’t know why he bugs me so much, but he does. It’s as though he wants to look like a goofball.

    • http://gabyrippling.tumblr.com/ Gaby

      NOPE. (See also – my complaints regarding the theme of this movie in the Jessica Szohr comments.)

    • alyce1213

      I kinda like him in spite of myself, but he really needs an update — especially the hair.
      Are those crèpe-soled shoes? On the red carpet? (Is that even allowed?)

    • gracedarling

      Ouch, that hair. He needs to take a cue from Patrick Dempsey as to how to best highlights The Nose in one’s middle years. Sharp hair makes a scruffy suit look insouciant and intentional, but this…

    • http://twitter.com/Glam_Dixie Glam Dixie

      I will forgive him a lot because of Zoolander.

    • R.A.

      Accountant suit. Hands in pockets. Hair needs a wash and face needs a shave. This is a T-NO.

    • Chris

      I don’t get the Owen Wilson thing. He used to play the spacey surfer dude but in Midnight In Paris he suddenly morphed into Woody Allen lite. I confess I watched Midnight In Paris solely to catch all five minutes of Tom Hiddleston’s performance.

    • judybrowni

      Okay, I realize the under-chin beard hides creepy middle age under-chin, on aging man-child, but…

      I, for one, am heartily sick of the trend in scraggly face hair on men.

    • marlie

      He looks like a typical office drone at an after-work happy hour or something.

      • OrigamiRose

        Perfect description! :)

    • Scoobydrew

      I hope Hansel never changes.

    • http://marshmallowjane.com/ marshmallowjane

      Love me some Owen Wilson. His hair is pretty. He plays self-centered very well. So adorable.

      I could do without the beard. He looks nice.

    • msdamselfly

      He’s darling

    • Cynica

      Does no one own a razor anymore? Ladystars are waxing everything, and guys can’t bother to shave. So. Sick. Of. Stubble.

      • Donna Tabor

        Oh, honey, that’s the story everywhere, not just with stars. You see women decked out to the nines with dudes in baggy shorts, flipflops and wifebeaters. It’s ridiculous.

    • http://vhanna26.typepad.com Vera

      The look isn’t so bad in a frat boy goes to a wedding sort of way. A little scruff kinda suits him too.

    • JP

      It’s very disconcerting seeing him standing in front of his own giant head…!

    • Janet B

      Dude!
      You are a good looking man, why cover it up?

    • quiltrx

      It’s time for he and Vince to retire this frat-boy schtick and move on a bit….Jim Carrey’s a good example of what I mean. From glimpses occasionally seen in earlier films, they’re both capable of much more than they’re doing. Yes, they’re raking in the money, I know…but a little growth as a performer would be nice to see.

    • PeaceBang

      Disconnect between the aging frat boy routine — of which I am sick unto the death — and the dull big boy suit. The yellow teeth depress me.

    • demidaemon

      This is really, really bad. And cheap looking.

    • Kirsten Kirsten

      Surfer dude goes for job interview at a bank

    • Qitkat

      Owen Wilson has annoyed me ever since I can recall. But I loved Midnight in Paris so much, in spite of his presence, that he moved to my irrational barely tolerated list. It’s the voice, and the *aw shucks* false attitude that throw me off. For me he is one of those actors who always plays the same part, no matter the story or character.

      Here the shoes are abominable, but the rest of his look is just very ordinary.

    • siriuslover

      He bugs me. I just can’t deal with him and his dress in these photos doesn’t help my impressions of him.

    • EditKitten

      Looks like every other guy going to work in Manhattan … but even they wear better shoes.

    • Nan

      He looks… schlumpy. Is that thing? Because that’s what comes to mind.

    • doowop1952

      If anyone has a nose that looks like a broken penis, it’s him!

    • Robin K. Osterberg

      Oh My God…. He’s become Dennis Hopper!!!

    • librarygrrl64

      Yawn.

    • jmorino08

      I have four words for you, Owen. Moi. Sture. Eye. Zer.