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Posted on December 16, 2013
James Marsden attends the “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” premiere in New York City in Dolce&Gabbana.
[Photo Credit: Dara Kushner/INFphoto.com, Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
He wears everything well but this outfit calls for black shoes.
Yes, while the shoes are nice, they’re not the best fit for this ensemble.
I didn’t notice his shoes…
I disagree, but am also a brown shoe aficionado, so… I think some more interesting shoes would have been better, but not necessarily black. Just not boring Wall Street Banker shoes would have been fine in brown.
I love that Criss Chros and Liz Lemon were both there.
I thought the same thing!
Ugh. Somebody wake me when he shaves.
I like his pocket square. Is the jacket too short? It seems like something’s wrong. And he should shave.
I think the stance of the jacket is too low.
The swirl on the pocket square is awesome.
“No. No bronzer, no heavy make up this time. Those Bitter Bitches crucified me last time. But I’ll show them…leave the neck beard.”
I first saw him in ‘THe Notebook’ and thought, “Wow. Why is everyone drooling over Gosling when THIS MAN is in the film, too?” And he is a fine actor, to boot. The older he gets, the better he looks. I don’t even mind the scruff here and I actually like the contrasting shoes. He can smile at me any damned time he likes.
HA! If this were true, I would want to be a fly on the wall while he read the comments and relayed them to his style team.
I’m shouting with laughter!
Fan confession: The fact that this happy, smiling man managed to play Cyclops (and well) remains a mystery to me.
Fan confession: He is one of those dudes I wish would do a Big Ol’ Porno Flick Complete with Full Frontal. There it’s out, those thoughts can fester if left alone too long.
That’s okay, my thought at that first photo was “You could cut yourself on those cheekbones…and I kind of want to.”
He’s one of the few boystars who I don’t mind being scruffy, mostly because my eyes don’t get below his nose.
Trixie – I want to thank you. I’m stuck at home with two barfy kids today, and your comment is the first thing to make me laugh out loud all day.
Hope everyone gets well soon!
Hope they feel better quickly!
Thanks Marlie and Foodycat! I have to say that I love the T Lo community almost as much as our dear gay uncles. Seriously. The commentariat (is that the appropriate usage?) is deliciously wicked, intelligent, sensitive when called for, and most importantly, hilarious. And with that, I am finally taking my stir-crazy ass to work today. Great God Almighty I’ll be free (from puke) at laaaast!!!
Very true. A guy who can play Cyclops and Corny Collins and do them both well is versatile.
That gorgeous pocket square allows me to forgive his sins (brown shoes, scruffy face).
is it Friday already or are out uncles making sure we get our daily recommended dose of sausage
Beautiful man. Beautiful clothes. I have zero complaints.
I really love the plaid pant…it’s subtle but really elevates the outfit. His tie knot really disappoints me…should be snugged up, and I’m not sure that that thinner tie really goes with a flouncy pocket square (although I really like the color & design.) Perhaps it should be tucked in more…or better yet, get a thicker tie.
All blue-eyed guys should wear these colors.
I’m going to assume he had other shoes but then dropped something icky on them and had to change into whatever was handy.
I haven’t seen his face look this good in ages, I actually like the scruff. Not crazy about the shoes but I don’t hate them either, he looks really good.
Cute. I wish he really went with Liz Lemon in real life.
I wish he’d shave, worn black shoes and chose a different tie.
So nearly perfect.
The navy jacket brings out his lovely blue eyes.
If you ladies don’t want the scruffy face, SEND HIM TO ME!!! I LOVE the scruff, and I SO PROUD that he ditched the bronzer!
I like this. It’s a little “prep school uniform” to me, but he looks good, nonetheless.
Right up there in the “no” department with the neck-beard is the tie that doesn’t knot squarely against the shirt top. He is pretty though.
I like this, but I giggled at the pocket square. How long do you think it took his gays to fluff it into just that swishy phloof?
black, white, gray. Yawn.
He wore shoes?
I could better appreciate his looks if his name didn’t make me think of James Marsters, who is also too pretty, but in a way I prefer.
ETA: He’s dressed nicely, but my personal preference is for fuller pants legs. To really nit pick, I’d prefer an inch or two more length on the jacket.
I think he nailed it. *sigh*