Jeremy Renner at the “Thor: The Dark World” LA Premiere

Posted on November 05, 2013

Jeremy Renner attends the “Thor: The Dark World” Los Angeles Premiere in Hollywood, California.






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  • Danielle

    I have (major!) quibbles with the facial hair but otherwise he looks great.

    • tereliz

      He looks like a vaudevillian villain with that facial hair.

      • Danielle

        I keep expecting him to pull out an accordion and serenade us all with “Ragtime Gal”.

      • schadenfreudelicious

        Or that he should be tying a fair maiden to the railroad tracks…

        • Imasewsure

          Snidley Whiplash is probably not what he was going for but it’s all I see

          • Anne At Large

            No kidding, the Fair Nell Fenwick had better watch her back.

          • Leslie Streeter

            Snidley was never that fine. Maybe this is his cousin?

          • Imasewsure

            Studley Whiplash?

      • I thought that he was going to start shouting, “All for one, and one for all!”

      • e jerry powell

        I think that may be what he was going for. But I find things very confusing.

      • Kathy

        I just like the sound of that: “vaudevillian villain.”

    • formerlyAnon

      I confess, though I prefer clean shaven men, I think this is fine. If they must have facial hair, I like it severely trimmed. I like to be able to see the bones of the face.

  • Kathy_Marlow

    Not sure about the facial hair, because it makes him look a little like Rhett Butler, but the suit looks great on him.

    • Leslie Streeter

      Nailed it.

  • Glam Dixie

    This man wears a suit well.

  • Aaminah Khan

    I think I may prefer this to his usual orange spray-tan and over-zealously applied guyliner.

  • lunchcoma

    I do not understand that facial hair (is it for a role?), but the suit looks great.

    I’m glad someone’s finally intervened and told him that all that shiny stuff made him look like a mobster.

  • alyce1213

    The suit fits perfectly, no hands in pockets. The collar’s open, but maybe he was hot. I think he looks great with that type of beard and mustache. It fill out his chin and gives definition and a little character to his face.

    • You don’t think he looks like he’s getting ready to rob an old timey saloon?

      • lunchcoma

        I do think he looks like he’s getting ready to rob an old timey saloon, but that beats looking like he’s about to put a hit out on someone. I don’t know if any of that’s the clothes. I think Renner might just give off an untrustworthy vibe whatever he’s wearing.

        • Ha, I feel you. Those shiny suits were definitely a poor choice. Poor Jeremy, he probably means well, but he does tend to look shifty.

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    • mtraptor

      I agree about the facial hair. For some reason I love it on him.

  • hughman

    Gurl, button up your shirt and fix your tie. We’re not buying the “working man after a tough day at the office” look.

  • Be my vest.

    • Real gorilla chest?

      • I really like the vest.

        • sisterb67

          Like his loafers? Former gophers!

          • kmc1138

            Welp, this is the best thread that’s ever happened on T&L…

  • Loola234

    It is Movember…

  • It’s official. He’s always going to be seem sleazy to me. Much like Franco will always seem like a douche. My impression is formed and no amount of outward efforts can change that.

    • Rand Ortega

      LOL! Stop reading my mind, Annabelle!

    • hughman

      You are one tough cookie!

      • And yet, I’d describe myself as a lover of all kinds of men and probably not picky enough.

    • formerlyAnon

      He has that slightly untrustworthy edge, and not in the entirely good way. And yet, I find him attractive. And so often it has been the Renner-analog I end up with, not the Hiddleston-analog. I blame math. (The relative odds.)

    • conniemd

      Agree. I wouldn’t let him sell me anything and if he worked in my office, I’d constantly be watching my back.

  • unbornfawn

    The loose tie and unbuttoned collar is ruining an otherwise gorgeous look. Somebody smack him.

  • I really, really liked him in The Avengers, so I find his less-than-gripping real life persona a bit of a let-down. But at least he let someone else do his makeup this time.

  • histrogeek

    He looks like he’s going to repossess an orphanage after the show.

    • I am inordinately amused at this.

    • gsk241

      And after that he’s going to foreclose on Granny’s farm!

      • And go tie a damsel to the railroad tracks!

        • hughman

          “You must pay the rent!”
          “I can’t pay the rent!”
          “You must pay the rent!”

          • OOp, shoulda scrolled up. His damsel molesting potential was already noted. How about “and steal the maidenhead of a debutante” or “enact a stagecoach holdup” 😉

          • conniemd

            Oh the memories. When I was a kid, I played that with a napkin scrunched in the middle to make a bow.

            “You must pay the rent!” Napkin under nose like moustache
            “I can’t pay the rent” Napkin in hair like bow.
            “You must pay the rent”Napkin as moustache.
            “I’ll pay the rent” Napkin as bowtie under chin for hero.

  • Anne At Large

    I love that the consensus seems to be “Stop setting your razor to Diabolical, Jeremy”.

    • It’s not just the razor. Those very shiny shoes also indicate nefarious plots.

  • GorgeousThings

    Jer, the auditions for Richelieu are down the hall.

    • formerlyAnon

      NAILED IT.

    • Toby Wollin

      good one.

  • formerlyAnon

    He is adorable in the “ignore that little voice in the back of your head” way.

  • Personal best.

  • MilaXX

    He gets the pants right, but then doesn’t fix his tie & collar. Also the fit of the vest and jacket looks off. I’m not sure he’s the right build for a 3 piece suit.

  • Trickytrisha

    I’m sure he’s a perfectly nice and respectable young (ish) man, but smarmy is the word that comes to mind for me. I don’t dislike the guy, but the face doesn’t read like someone you’d trust to babysit your kids, or walk your dog, for that matter.

  • Pterodactyl111

    Wow, I really like the facial hair. It suits him well.

  • e jerry powell

    Um, what?

  • quiltrx

    A little less creepy than usual. Needs to keep working on that facial hair to get it towards Vincent Price realness. (and some swept-back Vincent hair would be better than this shapeless mess.)

  • jabes

    Love the suit. Beautifully fitted.

  • Nicole Little

    Just when I think I’m beginning to get it with him… ick.

  • marlie

    This suit is amazing on him. I just hate that the tie is loose. And I like the facial hair, for some reason. At least he’s neat and well groomed too.

  • Leslie Streeter

    Hot Rhett Butler hot. But without the icky slavery references. He’s all kinds of fine, and the tie makes it interesting to me. But maybe I’m just blinding by the hot.

  • Daktari100

    He is seriously nothing special to look at. There are men in my office who are more attractive than Jeremy Renner.

  • Mary Lauer

    Fasten your damn tie properly!!!

  • Kikishua

    Is he auditioning for the Sheriff of Nottingham?

  • Marie Sea

    I’ve figured this guy out. He has a basic style that morphs for
    promotion. Goatee? His character in Kill the Messenger has a goatee.
    The guy liner? His character in the movie The Immigrants had guyliner.
    The spray tan? His character in Bourne Legacy rocked a tan. So if
    you’re a fangirl you should be wishing for a naked character in his next