Tom Cruise in Giorgio Armani at the “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” New York Premiere

Posted on July 28, 2015

We will begrudgingly admit that a cocktail of cosmetic procedures has allowed him to more or less pull off this “2009 boy-bander” hairstyle, but we still find it a little silly-looking on a 53-year-old man.

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He’s just a carefree schoolboy at heart, you guys.

Not that there’s anything wrong with him wearing a longer, more tousled kind of look, but let’s face it: this is an attempt to make him look younger. We can’t really say if it’s working, mainly because we’re just so distracted by the attempt in the first place.

The suit’s pretty nice, although the jacket seems to be rather fitted and the pants seem to be on the loose side. Not that we would’ve wanted to see him in skinny pants. We’d rather the jacket was taken out just a skosh. Also: the tie and shirt are disappointingly bland.

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  • Mothra

    I think he looks great. Maybe he’s trying hard to look younger but it sure doesn’t look like he’s resorted to endless plastic surgeries. The blue is a nice color on him. Although is it just me or is that top button too high up somehow?

    • enchanted216

      Yes. It’s having a strange effect on the neck.

    • lost in the stars

      Tom Cruise should grow up. Unlike an equivalent woman star, his continued employment doesn’t depend on looking like he did in his twenties.Imagine Humphrey Bogart, Gary Cooper and Clark Gable wearing that hair and those clothes in the early/mid 1950s when they all turned 53.

      • bitchybitchybitchy

        I have difficulty imagining any of those men trying to pull off Cruise’s look when they were in their 50’s. That said, they lived and worked in the movie business when the studio system was alive and still well, and allowed them to age into diffferent types of roles.
        Cruise apparently wants to, or feels it is necessary to maintain a youthful look.

        • lost in the stars

          Which I find sad. Consider comparably successful contemporaries like Robert Downey, Sean Penn, Julia Roberts and Julianne Moore. Notwithstanding Penn’s sleazy styling, they all look like attractive middle-aged adults, and still get work.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            I agree. I’m presuming that Cruise is choosing to maintain a youthful appearance, and certainly he has the means to have whatever cosmetic work done by skilled people. At some point, though, when the public knows that you are 50+, trying to look 20-35 is sad.

          • berkeleygirl

            I’d add Liam Neeson into the mix – a decade older than Cruise yet is also an action star.

          • lost in the stars

            Sean Connery kicked butt until he was a very craggy old man. But in Entrapment, he and Catherine Zeta Jones looked more like grandfather and granddaughter than like lovers.

    • Split Pupil

      ‘The blue is a nice color on him.’
      Yeah but I swear he’s literally worn the same look since the 80s. Boring is an understatement.

    • Loladog10

      I agree he looks great. But he’s had lots of cosmetic enhancements. If you google images of him around the time of 2008’s “Valkyrie” you’ll see that the length of his face and forehead really changes. I have no idea what causes that–botox? laser blasting? Cheek implants? But go back even longer to what he looked like in high school and much like many male stars, there’s been a lot of nip and tuck and cap over the years.

      • livesarah

        I think his face is looking really ‘done’ here. Like female celebs who’ve had decent work done, it’s not horrific but it’s still very obvious.

        • Mothra

          You guys, I totally see it now. I watched him on Jon Stewart last night and it looked very “constructed” and filled in. So I take it back. He most assuredly looks like he’s had plastic surgery. And I believe that he has the bone structure to age in a way that continues to look good and handsome and whatever. I still like the blue though.

        • Myra Amler

          I think he looks puffy in these photos.

    • Snowpiercer

      I think the problem might be the cutaway collar making his neck look thick.

    • D-Nice

      Yeah, I was gonna say. Cruise gets lot of deserved shit for his Scientology and overall weirdness, so it’s easy to be bias when trying to just analyze his looks. But, he looks pretty damn good.

      And, I still like him in the Mission Impossible movies. The one franchise, for me, where he still seems to work for me as an actor.

    • dk6

      “but it sure doesn’t look like he’s resorted to endless plastic surgeries” that is the sign of having really good work done

  • sugarkane105

    I’ve always liked him more with short hair. To me, it’s the shorter hairstyles that actually make him look younger. I’ll take MI:3 Tom Cruise over MI:2 Tom Cruise any day.

    • Rhonda Shore

      I agree, his hair looks ridiculous, but i don’t like hair in people’s eyes.

    • quiltrx

      He never lights my fire really, but yes, I’ll take Minority Report Tom myself, haircut-wise.

  • Karen B

    I have no radar for identifying this (see Danson, Ted)… but are we suuuuuuure that’s not some sort of hair piece??? Because it’s awfully floppy. Like he scalped Kutcher or someone…

    • Lilah

      Huh. It’s almost like he has a few extensions in there.

      • htdp1

        Exactly what I think. Some of the hairs coming out of the crown of his head are really long, and also there are those sections of hair that kind of criss-cross over each other…common way to hide attachments.

        • GemFemme

          Mission Impossible: Rogue Toupee.

        • Lily

          Now that I’ve read this, that’s all I see. His hair does have more volume than it used to.

    • sugarkane105

      I definitely don’t think it’s a piece, but maybe he’s had some well-done plugs? I dunno, I think he’s just been blessed with a full head of hair. He had a much shorter style in last year’s Edge of Tomorrow and it never looked fake to me.

      • htdp1

        I went and looked at the trailer too, and he does have a full head of seemingly natural hair. There was one shot that showed him from above and behind…you could see his scalp between the follicles…didn’t appear to be plugs. These pics make his hair seem much denser and fuller than the trailer though, therefore I wouldn’t be surprised if he has some extensions in.

    • Munchie

      That was my immediate reaction.

  • Lilah

    It’s totally not working for him.

  • prisma

    Ugh. He looks good. And young. It kills me to say that.

    • ccinnc

      Irrational hatred here. Which will be somewhat alleviated if he ever leaves the Church of Scientology.

      • prisma

        Never gonna happen. He thrives on being worshipped and he’s a demigod there.

        • ccinnc

          Maybe I was thinking of John Travolta? I heard a rumor recently about one of them leaving. The documentary about Scientology was eye-opening and horrible.

          • prisma

            I think there was a recent rumor (People mag story?) that Tom was going to leave CoS so he could have a relationship with Suri, but I think it’s just a rumor. He couldn’t exist in the real world. It does give me a little tickle of glee to see him so transparently fighting the aging process.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            I worked for the Department of Justice from the late 1970’s and remember talking to a colleague at the COS, and it was suspected or known then that the COS did extensive investigative work on those it considered hostile to its work.
            Cruise has been a member for his entire adult life, and has been an enthusiastic member; if he left it might be a body blow to that organization, but it seems unlikely.

          • ccinnc

            “If even a small percent of the Vanity Fair article about trying to find a new girlfriend for him is true…”

            That was one of the most disgusting bits in the documentary as well. Along with how rich COS is yet how little they pay their employees. Not to mention creating divisions between family members. Very controlling and abusive.

          • ktr33

            not to mention paying no taxes because it’s a “church,” a designation LRH sought for precisely the purpose of paying no taxes. Appalling.

          • ana170

            That’s my thinking. He reportedly tried to leave before (after he learned of Xenu) and they went to great lengths to get him back in line. I can’t hate him for joining the group though. He was in bad shape after a lousy childhood and looking for help. Thousands of people have been duped by this organization so it’s not like he’s alone in that. Scientologists avoid any negative media focus on their religion so he probably either doesn’t know a lot of the bad stuff or he doesn’t believe it. He’s got a reputation for being a generous person if a bit of a control freak. That’s not someone who sits idly by while others are being abused.

          • ktr33

            Read the book on which the doc was based. He knows what’s going on, fully, and takes advantage of it, fully.

          • CT14

            You know, he doesn’t have much of an education, and they told him if he believed, he’d be rich and famous. And he believed and became rich and famous.

            It’s like Oprah peddling that “The Secret” crap or any new agey BS. It worked for HER. Or Jim Carrey’s story of writing himself a $20 million check…and then getting one just a few years later.

            Sure they all have talent and worked hard, but there’s a hell of a lot of luck and timing involved in making it that big. They have a huge ego investment in not admitting the role luck played in their successes.

            I can see why Cruise is stuck in Scientology. He doesn’t have the education to see through their blather, and he has a real ego involvement in believing that it works because it seemingly did for him. Otherwise, he’s ruined family members lives for nothing.

  • Pennymac

    I’m getting a Davy Jones English Moppet vibe here. He’s the headliner for my IHL, though, so I’ve got no objectivity. The lifts in those shoes are insane, BTW.

    • Karen B

      IHL?

      • Victoria Ugarte

        Irrational hate list- everyone has one.

        • I’ve tried, lord knows I’ve tried, to find Tom Cruise hot, or even attractive. I just … don’t. And I have been known to have some pretty bad taste in men to be quite open-minded about who I’ll find attractive.

          • Anna

            He is, for like 2 minutes, in the beach volleyball scene in Top Gun. But then again, that may have more to do with Slider/Rick Rossovich.

          • Boulderista

            Definitely had more to do with the company he was in!!!! (I love that scene, one of my favorite movie scenes ever – not sure what that says about me though).

          • Pennymac

            I’ve got two sons and two nephews in the Navy. That scene was true to life!

          • Anna

            When is their next beach volleyball game? Asking for a friend…

          • Wink

            Rick Rossovich. Sigh…

            Where the hell did he go?

          • GillianHolroyd

            “Where the hell did he go?”

            He popped up on House Hunters International a few years ago (!); his son was looking for an apt in Sweden? Finland?

          • boweryboy

            I actually find him very attractive but the crazy that comes with it negates all attractiveness. And I too have been known to have some pretty bad taste in men to be quite open-minded about who I’ll find attractive. : )

      • Pennymac

        Irrational Hate List

    • Lori

      Nothing irrational about it.

    • majorbedhead

      He’s not even on my IHL. He’s on my “Run away, run away!” list.

      • Lenora Dody

        Mine too!! I really liked him in Risky Business but that was so long ago. I’ve known for awhile that he was, let’s call it intense, but watching the documentary Going Clear, really drove home the back away from the crazy man vibe for me!

      • ktr33

        yup, RUN! RUN LIKE THE WIND!

    • tryinnottobetoojudgy

      Oh, noooooh! You’ve insulted the memory of my favorite Monkee – Davy Jones was so cute. Tom is not! Maybe we could compare the ridiculous hair to another less lovable English Moppet?

    • kittyvscupcake

      Yeah, if he was British, I could somehow totally accept this look.

    • makeityourself

      He’s practically standing on his toes.

    • MrsJoe

      OH man, I hadn’t noticed the shoes until I read this. Yeah, those are bad. Is it really worth the extra inch or so in height to have everyone snickering about your lifts? Maybe make your pants a little longer if you’re going to try it.

  • Anna

    Even 2009 One Direction doesn’t want this hair back…

    • Sanglots longs

      Ha ha! I suspect you don’t have a teenage daughter? I do, and that explains why some precious bit of my waning brain real estate is taken up by the knowledge that One Direction didn’t exist in 2009. I wish I didn’t know that.

  • Sloppy doesn’t hide the crazy.

    • Cranky Boo Sez

      You just cannot hide the douche here.

  • Buellie413

    The color is good, but the hair is way too Hugh Grant. He looks better with it shorter.

  • hyperionic

    He looks strangely like owen wilson here.

    • EveEve

      I’m thinking Sir Paul once he skidded full-time into hair dye and cosmetic trimmery.

      • Kim Elmore

        Yep, and I bet that’s who he’s going for too

      • Carleenml

        agreed. Sir Paul (and Steven Tyler) remind me of sweet little grandmothers now, and I can definitely see Cruise going that route.

  • NMMagpie

    Hugh Granting it up here, I see,

    • Regina

      YES. That is immediately who I thought of here. Hooded eyelids and everything. Still hot, though. I’ll give him that.

      • NMMagpie

        There is only one moment when I thought he was hot and that was the scene in the first MI film where he was hanging from the ceiling. Since then, nothing.

        • Regina

          He looked good that movie. Tight hair, tight body. I still enjoy watching him in “Top Gun”, but that came out the summer before I went to high school….which I think impacts my opinion a lot! 😉

          • NMMagpie

            Ah, yes. The days when Val Kilmer was actually handsome.

        • GillianHolroyd

          Was it the beginning of the 2nd one, hanging from a cliff face? That was (briefly) a good look.

          • NMMagpie

            No. It was when he was stealing THE LIST from some high security vault.

          • marlie

            As a rock climber, I thought the cliff scene was HAWT. Ridiculously dangerous, but hot.

  • I may not want to get stuck in an elevator with this guy, but there is no denying he looks good. Even damn good. Even with the baggy pants. The hair has got to go though. Looks like he is trying to hide something under there: a receding hairline? wrinkles? a third eye? He’s usually conservative and fairly immaculate in his public appearances. I suspect more bland to come.

  • That is some seriously store-bought hair.

  • ashtangajunkie

    Really hate the hair. “Imma let you finish, but Tom Cruise has the greatest natural head of hair of all time.”

  • Jessica Freeman

    That’s what your hair looks like a week past your scheduled cut.

    • charlotte

      Exactly. Deliberate should not read overdue.

  • Gatita

    The creepy weirdo vibes overpower anything he’s wearing.

  • The hair is just… no. Cut it. Style it. No. Agree about the skinny pants.

  • AC Simons

    Entering into Paul McCartney hair here. Not a good look. The suit is OK, but yeah, very bland overall.

    • Gatto Nero

      My first thought, too.

  • Carmen

    The tousled hair actually accentuates he’s older and trying to hide it.

  • RussellH88

    For some reason, I tend to think longer hair like this on an older guy takes them to “Creepy guy who hangs out where teens congregate.”

    • Jackie4g

      Not if you’re old, as I am. When I came of age, long hair was in, so if a fellow has good hair and wears it long, no matter what age, it doesn’t bother me. I don’t like the extremely close shorn hair cuts, also, no matter what the age might be.

  • cocohall

    He looks very much like he is going to do a biopic of an EPL (English Premiere League) soccer coach. They tend to wear their hair this way well into their 50s and beyond and dress in suits for matches. My husband watches the EPL avidly and I swear I’ve seen this exact look on every broadcast. It looks silly on them and silly on Cruise. I’m old enough to remember a time when he had every right to wear his hair this way and I really enjoyed his films. I also used to wear shorts in public. About 10 years ago. Acceptance, Tom. Look into it.

    • Miyanda Nehwati

      The saying goes there are two types of manager, those who wear track suits and those who wear suits.

      Football may be working class but it also has cultural traditions of gentlemanly conduct and decorum that it selectively displays. Research has proven that the way a manager dresses in the dugout has an impact on team performance.
      So when Jose Mourinho managed Chelsea -first era, he brought Armani suits to the touch line and it felt like a reflection of the club’s intention to go hard or go home.

      I like suits on the touch line and most of them look better than this!

  • Is his tie tone-on-tone leopard print? I am focussing on that to avoid looking at his face. I fear engaging him.

    • clatie

      By George, I think it is!

    • Kristine Elkins

      Paisley. *yawn

  • Belle239

    While I don’t mind the longer hair that much, I do think he looks better with it shorter. And while I am not a fan of him personally, I must say I always enjoy every movie he is in.

  • Jackie4g

    He’s still adorable.

  • mjude

    I don’t know if I have ever seen his hair like that? I try to separate my feelings for him & his “church”

  • Susan Crawford

    It’s just that every single time I see a picture of him, it triggers off the memory of him leaping maniacally on Oprah’s couch, laughing eerily at the Scientology Center, and lecturing Matt Lauer and Brooke Shields. All of which is to say that he exudes desperation and that terrible, Nathaniel West neediness, and no matter what he is wearing, or how his hair is styled . . . I can’t with him.

    • merciblahblah

      What you said X1,000. I remember after that fateful Oprah, one of my friends called to ask if I had seen it, and she thought it was adorable how ate up he was about Katie Holmes. I said something to the effect of – were we watching the same show? Because that was Creepy McWeirderson!! I have never been his biggest fan (though I did appreciate him back in the Top Gun days) but after that Oprah appearance, I was done. with. him. And the condescension with which he spoke to Matt Lauer? Matt…Matt…Mat….you’re GLIB, Matt. GET OVER YOURSELF, Douche Nozzle!

  • Jeremiah Capacillo

    This is Zac Efron circa High School Musical hair.

  • steph

    Gosh I dislike him so much. That aside his pants look too wrinkly for compared to the jacket that’s definitely too tight. Hair is ridiculous.

  • Mary Elizabeth Poytinger Baume

    little tommy try hard.

  • Wendi126

    Disappointingly bland pretty much sums him up. Not since the train scene in Risky Business has he caused a fiber of my being to move.

    • Judy_J

      My thoughts exactly. As far as I’m concerned, that train scene was the highlight of his career.

  • Is this really what he looks like now? I refuse to believe that. *googles*…… oh dear…..

  • beebee10

    I am not, and have never been, and never will be, a fan of TC, but I have to admit I think this whole thing works. He looks relaxed, youthful, and the suit is part of it. He pulled it off.

  • GitchygitchyMama

    Clever shoes !! An excellent optical illusion…………… So what work has he had done?

  • aria02

    I must very grudgingly admit that whatever he is doing- drinking the blood of virgins for example – its working! Isn’t he older than Brad,George and Johnny? he doesn’t even look like their contemporary!

    • FibonacciSequins

      I think he, George and Johnny are all around 52. Brad’s a little younger.

  • Terri Terri

    Another non-fan who thinks he looks pretty damn good here. And whoever did the hair color made it look realistic. Unless he magically has no gray hair. It’s not the Miss Clairol look at all. (Take note, True Blood dude whose name I can’t remember right now!)

  • imspinningaround

    He’s gone to whoever does Gwen Stefani’s work. It’s classy, restrained, and subtle. He looks like a very well rested version of himself.

    I can believe that it’s all his own hair…but I can’t sign off on the color. A 53-year-old man with fewer grays than I, a 34-year-old woman, have? Bitch, no.

    • Meghan

      I think he would even look better with a little grey.

  • Little_Olive

    I think it’s more than that -I think they are trying to reconnect us with the Tom Cruise some of us fell in love with after The Firm or even Risky Business.

    He is undoubtedly a handsome man (except I like mine to tower over me). But something in his eyes or demeanor is so unsettling, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to like him again.

  • MilaXX

    bored now

  • TerryMH

    Who is that? He looks a little like Tom Cruise.

    • Lily

      I’m getting a Hugh Grant vibe.

    • ThaliaMenninger

      I’m getting Luke Wilson’s much shorter brother. Not Owen or the other one. But the OTHER other one.

    • FibonacciSequins

      I’m getting Kurt Russell’s…cousin.

  • Lily

    Hugh Grant’s lost American cousin? Whatever he’s done, it’s given his face a subtle puffiness that I suppose equates to youthful exuberance.

    He always suits up nicely, and this blue is a great color for him.

  • PastryGoddess

    That hair makes me really angry for some reason

  • Loreto Bazo Márquez

    Its not Top Gun year anymore, dude

  • Loreto Bazo Márquez

    “look at me, Im a boy in a suit”

  • JauntyJohn

    Hottest banker at the hotel bar. If you like that sort of thing.

  • That’s embarrassing.

  • LibKat

    I was okay with the suit until I noticed that those are sansabelt trousers, which are never okay in my book.

    I think he’s always had issues with his hair. Think back to some of the really appalling lank long haired photos when he was with Nicole Kidman. It’s seems as if he likes to wear it longer than is actually flattering when very short and controlled are the looks that suit him best. This is eerily like the missing Wilson brother, as others have pointed out.

    I also agree with the comments below that letting a little gray creep in could be flattering.

  • kittyvscupcake

    He looks vain. Cut your hair and let the grey come through. That would be waaaay hotter.

  • surprisingrice

    Dude’s starting to look like Dennis Quaid.

  • marlie

    Not bad. Tom Cruise isn’t generally my cuppa tea, but he was rather cute doing Jimmy Fallon’s Lip Sync Challenge on the Tonight Show last night. And it’s the exact same hair, but it didn’t seem quite so boy-band-ish then as it does now. As for this look… a more interesting tie could have really upped this look a notch or two.

  • formerlyAnon

    No. Only if you love him can you like this look. And by love I mean “my life partner who I see always with an overlay of my favorite memories of how he looked once in years gone by.”

    The strength of my feelings may be related to the fact that that is what my bangs look like when it’s [past] time for a visit to the hairdresser’s and I’m having a bad hair day. And because that day is today. And my appointment’s not for another week.

  • Ann VerWiebe

    Cue Paul McCartney.

  • RedRaven617

    Do I see a pimple on his right cheek? He’s human???

  • Janet B

    Longer hair doesn’t equal youthful.

  • traceyishere

    Is that a hair piece?

  • Suit’s a little shiny, hair’s a little messy, but he doesn’t look bad.

  • FibonacciSequins

    The hair style emphasizes his age because it looks like he’s trying to hide his hairline.

  • boweryboy

    His shoes are freaking me out.

    • Matthew Warnecke

      Do you see how high the instep/vamp is on those shoes? I think he’s got lifts to make him taller built into those benchmade (?) shoes. The heels are of normal height. Somehow, that instep looks odd to me. What do you think?

      • Yep. He’s essentially wearing a pair of wedge heels.

        • Shawn EH

          Can’t be old, can’t be short, sounds (and looks?) like a mass of insecurities.

        • aria02

          I don’t get it – why not just wear a pair of cowboy boots with heels or bring back the heels for men from the french revolution times – start a trend Tom- don’t hide – flaunt it !!!!!

      • boweryboy

        I’ve heard rumors he wears lifts and those shoes kinda reinforce that. Or he has club feet.

  • Bonnie Blue

    Prepping for his role as Paul in the Beatles tribute “Rain.” Or Ron Nasty in The Rutles.

    • Jacqueline Wessel

      I was thinking Davy Jones of the Monkees.

  • julia / xandra

    You can’t tell me that isn’t a weave

  • DyanSwan

    Tom, get a good tailor and a good barber.

  • judybrowni

    Although I’m not a big fan I happened to see him in person and Cruise is.excruciatingly charismatically handsome.

    Was at a.Hollywood event, and while in line for the buffet, I noticed the guy in front of me and thought, “That’s the most handsome back of a guy’s head I’ve ever seen.”

    Really. Never thought that since or before about the back of a guy’s head.

    A little later I looked over, and yup, there was the reason for my odd thought: Tom Cruise standing next to Nicole Kidman so handsome, I then thought, “She’s not good enough for him,” though she was taller.

    Today’s thought, “I can’t believe he’s still trying to pull off that same haircut 20 years later — and almost succeeding.”

  • Cheryl

    I like the longer, messy hair on him. More flattering than that militaristic look he has worn before. The suit is okay, the colour is nice on him and the shoes are very clever. However, the Scientology thing will always freak me out a bit in regards to Cruise and does colour my perceptions.

  • anon

    I’m pretty sure he has his hair like that because he’s shooting Mena, which takes place years ago when that hairstyle was okay. If not though…..

  • conniemd

    The tie has a paisley print! Feels like ages since I’ve seen real print ties on a manstar. Wish it had been in a color.

  • The Typing Dead

    I just loathe Tom Cruise. There’s no shame in it, guys. Who’s with me?!?

    • Chattygal

      Can’t stand him. The story about his niece being forced into Sea Org (slave labor) should be headlining everywhere.

    • Swiftlytiltingplanet

      I want to see Simon Pegg in this movie because the brief bits I’ve seen of him look great, but I cannot because Tom Cruise.

  • Liz

    As long as it gets people to stop talking about that amazing plane stunt he did, I don’t care what he looks like.

  • housefulofboys

    The pants have to be looser to cover up his shoe lifts. Ugh, he is #1 on my Totally Rational Hate List (TRHL).

    • ktr33

      totally rational, yes!

  • Eric Stott

    The hair is getting unpleasantly Trump-like

  • carolclark12

    I see Dennis Quaid. Sorry, Dennis Quaid.

  • blue808

    Wig on top, Lifts down below.

  • Andrea

    That hair is crossing into “aging beach bum” territory. The cosmetic work is very good, though.

    • Greenlee Rose

      I’d say more like Stallone territory.

  • oneWEIRDword

    He had greying hair in a movie a few years ago. Looked good.

  • quiltrx

    He looks about 1.5 seconds away from doing the finger-guns. Ugh.

  • gefeylich

    As usual, terrible lifts.

    The hair looks idiotic. As the Fug Girls would say, Flowbee gone wild.

  • AlisonHendryx

    Anyone else thinking that his surgeries and that hair do have combined to make him look like Dennis Quaid?

    • Shyla

      He reminds me of somebody. Maybe Dennis.

  • amyfromnj

    Something about him gives me the creeps.

    • Swiftlytiltingplanet

      I believe you meant “Everything”. It’s an easy mistake.

  • ktr33

    The jacket doesn’t fit, and while black shoes with a blue suit may be ok in theory, in practice, here, it’s very clashy. Should we not discuss the fact that he’s giving his Heil LRH salute in pic 3? Are we leaving that alone?

  • ktr33

    YIKES! I just looked at a whole bunch of pix in google images to compare today-Tom with yesteryear-Tom AND AM TOTALLY CREEPED OUT by dozens of intense Tom stares and manic Tom smiles. The last (only?) time he was cute was Risky Biz.

  • CatLady

    That’s what my hair looks like after I run a mile. It’s not good.

  • dschubba

    He’s reminding me of that episode of “The Office” (US) when Michael decided to ape Jim’s tousled DGAF hairstyle.

  • Christy Bishop Cricow

    I HATE HIS HAIR.

  • OK, is it just me or does his face look Restylaned to the nth degree?