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Hall of Fame Hottie Moment of Glory: Ryan Gosling as… Driver
Why it’s Glorious: Ryan Gosling gives another stellar turn in an ultra-cool, ultra-stylised movie with a thrilling narrative and kickass soundtrack. His character Driver is part White Knight, part dangerous machine. Clearly damaged by a mysterious dark past, the strange equilibrium he has established for himself (living as a stunt driver and mechanic by day, a getaway driver by night) is disrupted when he falls in love with his next door neighbour, driving him to use his nerves of steel and superhuman precision and brutality to protect her, but propelling him further into darkness in the process. 
Why it’s Hot: You couldn’t get a more extreme example of the strong and silent type than here. He doesn’t say much, but his eyes tell the whole story of how he’s feeling; driving with Irene, looking after her son, and exacting revenge on the bad guys. Actually his face is disturbingly blank when dispatching the enemy - as though everything he does has been learnt as a reflex, is done robotically, not out of desire, but necessity. And though he doesn’t seem to register horror, you as the audience do, and can’t help but feel that another part of his humanity has been stripped away by every gory encounter. 
But you don’t just feel sympathy for him - there’s plenty of plain old lust to be found here. That flashy scorpion jacket would look camp as heck on most people, but when Gosling wears it, he’s a rock star. Long, aching moments pass by with him gazing longingly at Irene, and us gazing longingly at him. The golden light that permeates the romantic daytime scenes, and the neon glow that showers over his night-time misadventures, both serve his hunky features well. 
All in all, A Spectacular offering of hotness in a pretty rad movie. 

Hall of Fame Hottie Moment of Glory: Ryan Gosling as… Driver


Why it’s Glorious: Ryan Gosling gives another stellar turn in an ultra-cool, ultra-stylised movie with a thrilling narrative and kickass soundtrack. His character Driver is part White Knight, part dangerous machine. Clearly damaged by a mysterious dark past, the strange equilibrium he has established for himself (living as a stunt driver and mechanic by day, a getaway driver by night) is disrupted when he falls in love with his next door neighbour, driving him to use his nerves of steel and superhuman precision and brutality to protect her, but propelling him further into darkness in the process. 

Why it’s Hot: You couldn’t get a more extreme example of the strong and silent type than here. He doesn’t say much, but his eyes tell the whole story of how he’s feeling; driving with Irene, looking after her son, and exacting revenge on the bad guys. Actually his face is disturbingly blank when dispatching the enemy - as though everything he does has been learnt as a reflex, is done robotically, not out of desire, but necessity. And though he doesn’t seem to register horror, you as the audience do, and can’t help but feel that another part of his humanity has been stripped away by every gory encounter. 

But you don’t just feel sympathy for him - there’s plenty of plain old lust to be found here. That flashy scorpion jacket would look camp as heck on most people, but when Gosling wears it, he’s a rock star. Long, aching moments pass by with him gazing longingly at Irene, and us gazing longingly at him. The golden light that permeates the romantic daytime scenes, and the neon glow that showers over his night-time misadventures, both serve his hunky features well. 

All in all, A Spectacular offering of hotness in a pretty rad movie. 

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Oh Hey There… Felicity Jones

Noticed In: Servants (‘memba that? yep, I watched it), Northanger Abbey, Like Crazy, Chalet Girl
Secret Weapon: Excels at playing the bright eyed ingenue - singlehandedly made Chalet Girl watchable. Cute as a Chipmunk. 
Can’t Wait For: Her turn as Dickens’ mistress Nelly in The Invisible Woman (I just wish it wasn’t Ralph Fiennes - don’t see much hope of chemistry)
Hotness: 7
Talent: 8

Oh Hey There… Felicity Jones

Noticed In: Servants (‘memba that? yep, I watched it), Northanger Abbey, Like Crazy, Chalet Girl

Secret Weapon: Excels at playing the bright eyed ingenue - singlehandedly made Chalet Girl watchable. Cute as a Chipmunk. 

Can’t Wait For: Her turn as Dickens’ mistress Nelly in The Invisible Woman (I just wish it wasn’t Ralph Fiennes - don’t see much hope of chemistry)

Hotness: 7

Talent: 8

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Oh Hey There Hall of Fame… Harrison Ford


Great Roles: Star Wars, Blade Runner, Indiana Jones, Witness, Six Days and Seven Nights, The Mosquito Coast, The Fugitive.

Secret Weapons: Rugged, manly good looks. Intelligence. Dry wit. A devil-may-care attitude. A sardonic smile. Tough but vulnerable. A tendency towards playing flawed but heroic men with a taste for strong women. 

Favourite Hotness Moment: Indiana and Marion inRaiders of the Lost Ark. Tending to his wounds, Marion becomes frustrated at his wincing at her every touch. “God Dammit Indy, where doesn’t it hurt?!” she cries. When he realises that she is willing to ‘kiss better’ anywhere he points to, Indy soon directs her to his mouth. Any guesses as to where he pointed to after that are pure conjecture, as the scene ends there! 

Talent: 10

Hotness: 10


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WANNA BE IN MY NEW MOVIE?! HERE’S YOUR LAST CHANCE! :oD
We need background extras for the following days:
TOMORROW, TUESDAY 6.19.12 (afternoon) & WEDNESDAY, 6.20.12 (all day.)
If you are in the Los Angeles area please e-mail us at: DonJonBG@gmail.com
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Please include the following information in your e-mail:
* Full name / Age / Availability for 6.19.12 & 6.20.12 / Current Photo / Phone #
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There will be FREE FOOD, PRIZES, and we’ll take a GROUP PHOTO at the end of the day. E-Mail us quick before we fill all the available slots!
Thanks Again!
<3
J

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WANNA BE IN MY NEW MOVIE?! HERE’S YOUR LAST CHANCE! :oD

We need background extras for the following days:

TOMORROW, TUESDAY 6.19.12 (afternoon) & WEDNESDAY, 6.20.12 (all day.)

If you are in the Los Angeles area please e-mail us at: DonJonBG@gmail.com

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Please include the following information in your e-mail:

* Full name / Age / Availability for 6.19.12 & 6.20.12 / Current Photo / Phone #

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There will be FREE FOOD, PRIZES, and we’ll take a GROUP PHOTO at the end of the day. E-Mail us quick before we fill all the available slots!

Thanks Again!

<3

J

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Oh Hey There… Krysten Ritter.

Noticed In: Dont Trust the B in Apartment 23

Cant Wait For: Vamps, Other Starring Roles, her episodes in Breaking Bad (which I’ve only just discovered - wow!)

Secret Weapon: She’s Friends With Dawson!

Also, she has quirky, Anne Hathaway-meets-Christina Ricci beauty.

And great comic timing.

Her character in Apartment 23, ‘Chloe’, has (as she describes her) ‘the morals of a pirate’, and is therefore incredibly fun to watch. 

Talent: 7

Hotness: 8

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Oh Hey There&#8230; RJ Mitte
Noticed In: Breaking Bad
Can&#8217;t Wait For: More Breaking Bad, a starring role&#8230;
Secret Weapon: Confidence and Cool. 
I&#8217;ll admit it and risk sounding like a jerk - I&#8217;ve never been attracted to someone with this kind of visible disability before. Guys in wheelchairs, sure, they&#8217;re just sitting down. Cerebral Palsy marks you out as different. You are &#8216;weird&#8217;, &#8216;odd&#8217;, &#8216;freaky&#8217;, and you can&#8217;t do anything about it. 
R J Mitte has proven to me that what I have found unnattractive in someone with such a disability is not the weirdness but the sense of defeat, the shame, self-consciousness and all round feeling of being pathetic that tends to come with it. And that&#8217;s not actually limited to someone with a disability - feeling sorry for yourself is something that can happen to anyone who lets their bad luck get the better of them. And it&#8217;s never attractive. 
I&#8217;m sorry if this sounds harsh and offends anyone but as someone who has had hard knocks of my own I can honestly say that self-pity and shame NEVER, EVER do any good, and the less it is indulged the better. I acknowledge that some really cruddy things can happen to you in this life and sometimes they knock you down and leave you feeling like a speck of dirt on the floor, and that is understandable, and crying and curling up in a ball is understandable, and allowed&#8230; for a while. But eventually, no matter how bad it is, you gotta get up and shake it off&#8230; Asking for help from others if necessary. 
And eventually, when you take responsibility for your own happiness, you find that confidence you once had, only having overcome something really bad, you are now stronger and tougher than you ever thought you could be&#8230;
WOAH- getting a little too deep and pensive on the Hey There blog.. BACK TO HOTNESS.
My POINT is, RJ Mitte is an example of someone who has gotten on with life, and is a great role model to anyone who is born with a disadvantage (whatever form it takes; physical, emotional or social). I&#8217;m not saying he&#8217;s not been very fortunate to be born into a first world country, with good looks, intelligence, and i&#8217;m guessing a supportive and loving family. But he&#8217;s still pretty damn cool, if you ask me.
He&#8217;s warm, confident, and one helluva do-gooder, campaigning against bullying and getting involved in other social projects. 
And Walt Jr is a great, great character to see on television. Yes he has a disability, but he&#8217;s also just your typical teenage boy, facing the same emotions and challenges as everyone else, with an extra few thrown in. And then he discovers his Dad&#8217;s a terminally ill meth dealer. Awesome. 
He&#8217;s attractive because he&#8217;s funny, cheeky, and pretty damn hot. That&#8217;s it. 
Talent: 8
Hotness: 8

Oh Hey There… RJ Mitte

Noticed In: Breaking Bad

Can’t Wait For: More Breaking Bad, a starring role…

Secret Weapon: Confidence and Cool. 

I’ll admit it and risk sounding like a jerk - I’ve never been attracted to someone with this kind of visible disability before. Guys in wheelchairs, sure, they’re just sitting down. Cerebral Palsy marks you out as different. You are ‘weird’, ‘odd’, ‘freaky’, and you can’t do anything about it. 

R J Mitte has proven to me that what I have found unnattractive in someone with such a disability is not the weirdness but the sense of defeat, the shame, self-consciousness and all round feeling of being pathetic that tends to come with it. And that’s not actually limited to someone with a disability - feeling sorry for yourself is something that can happen to anyone who lets their bad luck get the better of them. And it’s never attractive. 

I’m sorry if this sounds harsh and offends anyone but as someone who has had hard knocks of my own I can honestly say that self-pity and shame NEVER, EVER do any good, and the less it is indulged the better. I acknowledge that some really cruddy things can happen to you in this life and sometimes they knock you down and leave you feeling like a speck of dirt on the floor, and that is understandable, and crying and curling up in a ball is understandable, and allowed… for a while. But eventually, no matter how bad it is, you gotta get up and shake it off… Asking for help from others if necessary. 

And eventually, when you take responsibility for your own happiness, you find that confidence you once had, only having overcome something really bad, you are now stronger and tougher than you ever thought you could be…

WOAH- getting a little too deep and pensive on the Hey There blog.. BACK TO HOTNESS.

My POINT is, RJ Mitte is an example of someone who has gotten on with life, and is a great role model to anyone who is born with a disadvantage (whatever form it takes; physical, emotional or social). I’m not saying he’s not been very fortunate to be born into a first world country, with good looks, intelligence, and i’m guessing a supportive and loving family. But he’s still pretty damn cool, if you ask me.

He’s warm, confident, and one helluva do-gooder, campaigning against bullying and getting involved in other social projects. 

And Walt Jr is a great, great character to see on television. Yes he has a disability, but he’s also just your typical teenage boy, facing the same emotions and challenges as everyone else, with an extra few thrown in. And then he discovers his Dad’s a terminally ill meth dealer. Awesome. 

He’s attractive because he’s funny, cheeky, and pretty damn hot. That’s it. 

Talent: 8

Hotness: 8

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Hmmph&#8230; Alex Pettyfer

Okay, Having reviewed the stills from upcoming &#8216;Magic Mike&#8217;, it&#8217;s hard to deny that Pettyfer is an epic specimen of hot-ness. 
But I&#8217;m reluctant to officially inaugurate him.. because he is clearly a jerk. Don&#8217;t think so? Read this interview&#8230; http://uk.eonline.com/news/the_awful_truth/alex_pettyfer_bashes_women_s&#8212;t_hole/238617

If someone surgically removed his voicebox I&#8217;d make him an Official Hey There Hottie, but for now all I&#8217;m willing to do is say &#8216;Hey, this guy is nice to look at. But DONT TELL HIM I SAID THAT!&#8217;

Hmmph… Alex Pettyfer

Okay, Having reviewed the stills from upcoming ‘Magic Mike’, it’s hard to deny that Pettyfer is an epic specimen of hot-ness. 

But I’m reluctant to officially inaugurate him.. because he is clearly a jerk. Don’t think so? Read this interview… http://uk.eonline.com/news/the_awful_truth/alex_pettyfer_bashes_women_s—t_hole/238617

If someone surgically removed his voicebox I’d make him an Official Hey There Hottie, but for now all I’m willing to do is say ‘Hey, this guy is nice to look at. But DONT TELL HIM I SAID THAT!’

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WOW&#8230; 

Here&#8217;s recently inaugurated Hey There Hottie Riley Keough doing her striking spooky beauty thing, in a still from upcoming hot-fest Magic Mike. 

WOW… 

Here’s recently inaugurated Hey There Hottie Riley Keough doing her striking spooky beauty thing, in a still from upcoming hot-fest Magic Mike. 

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Oh Hey There&#8230; Michelle Williams

Noticed In: Brokeback Mountain, Wendy and Lucy, Blue Valentine, Shutter Island, Meek&#8217;s Cutoff, My Week With Marilyn
Didn&#8217;t see the potential during: Dawson&#8217;s Creek
Can&#8217;t Wait For: Take this Waltz, Oz: The Great and Powerful
Secret Weapon: Who knew she had the range to play Marilyn? Serious talent. Subtle yet moving. Also knows how to pick a good project.

Hotness: 7
Talent: 9

Oh Hey There… Michelle Williams

Noticed In: Brokeback Mountain, Wendy and Lucy, Blue Valentine, Shutter Island, Meek’s Cutoff, My Week With Marilyn

Didn’t see the potential during: Dawson’s Creek

Can’t Wait For: Take this Waltz, Oz: The Great and Powerful

Secret Weapon: Who knew she had the range to play Marilyn? Serious talent. Subtle yet moving. Also knows how to pick a good project.

Hotness: 7

Talent: 9

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Oh Hey There&#8230; Schmidt
Noticed In: New Girl
Can&#8217;t Wait For: More New Girl (I&#8217;m in the UK, and Channel 4 are taking their sweet time), more Schmidt and Cece, more Douchebag Jar.
Secret Weapon: As demonstrated by my choice of photo, what I love about Schmidt is the all out ridiculousness. This man is sleazy, childish, silly, impulsive, and kinda stupid, and yet underneath it all he&#8217;s a good-hearted fat kid with low self-esteem. SO LOVEABLE! And of course&#8230; hilarious. 
A Few Quotes: 
"Dammit! I can&#8217;t find my driving moccasins ANYWHERE!"
"Chutt-ah-nayyy"
"Judaism son!"
"Sandalwood&#8230; always up to no good!"

Hotness: 7
Loveability: 9
Talent (writers): 7
Talent (Max Greenfield): 8

Oh Hey There… Schmidt

Noticed In: New Girl

Can’t Wait For: More New Girl (I’m in the UK, and Channel 4 are taking their sweet time), more Schmidt and Cece, more Douchebag Jar.

Secret Weapon: As demonstrated by my choice of photo, what I love about Schmidt is the all out ridiculousness. This man is sleazy, childish, silly, impulsive, and kinda stupid, and yet underneath it all he’s a good-hearted fat kid with low self-esteem. SO LOVEABLE! And of course… hilarious. 

A Few Quotes: 

"Dammit! I can’t find my driving moccasins ANYWHERE!"

"Chutt-ah-nayyy"

"Judaism son!"

"Sandalwood… always up to no good!"

Hotness: 7

Loveability: 9

Talent (writers): 7

Talent (Max Greenfield): 8