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JOHN CUSACK – Even with Must Love Dogs and crap of that ilk, I still love Cusack. Mainly for Grosse Pointe Blank and things of that nature. I always feel iffy on High Fidelity but I still love him in that movie. Plus, tall, dark, handsome. You get it, right?
KARL URBAN – Oh god, do not even ask me to justify this one. Let’s just let it go, okay? I mean, he’s been in some pretty good fare, like Lord of the Rings and I was so ungodly happy that he landed the role of Kirill in The Bourne Supremacy but Pathfinder? Doom? Ghost Ship? Sob, a thousand times over.
GASPARD ULLIEL – If he can ever recover from the atrocious mess that was Hannibal Rising, I think he has a promising intercontinental career. Plus, yum. I mean, look at the boy.
VINCENT CASSEL – An attractive fellow who, for the most part, picks movies wisely. Sure he’s had the slip-up or two (Sheitan instantly springs to mind, oh god) but even in his non-French movies he picks somewhat decently (Derailed, the Ocean‘s movies, etc). I think his hotness factor goes up because he’s married to Monica Bellucci.
GABRIEL BYRNE – Oh god. Don’t ask, just…enjoy.
ALAN RICKMAN – That voice, that voice. Seriously, the man has a voice that can make you cry.
RON LIVINGSTON – He’s like the everyday cute guy! Plus, doesn’t everyone love him for his portrayal of Peter from Office Space?
KEANU REEVES – Whoa, dude, he’s pretty. Not the brightest crayon in the box, but not the dullest, either, he just seems to be a pretty affable dude who also is lucky enough to be very, very attractive. Shrines have been built to this man’s arms, I feel fairly certain.