In baseball, the goal is to keep your eye on the ball. But lately, we’ve had a difficult time doing that whenever Garrett Jones steps onto the field.
This six-foot-four-inch, 30-year-old hunk, who was drafted to the Atlanta Braves out of high school, has racked up some pretty solid numbers since joining the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2009. Last season alone, he finished with 21 home runs and 145 hits.
He may have scared the you-know-what out of TV audiences as Stringer Bell on ‘The Wire,’ but nobody can deny the intense sex appeal of British hunk Idris Elba.
At 38, Elba’s career has never been better. He’s appeared in everything from big-screen movies like ‘Thor’ to hit TV shows like ‘The Office.’ He also just picked up two — count ‘em — two Emmy nominations, one for his work on ‘The Big C’ and one for the BBC miniseries ‘Luther.’ (With looks this good, who wouldn’t want to nominate him twice?)
This weekend, it will be a battle between 3-D barbarians and vampires for the top spot at the box office.
Opening Friday is the 3-D adventure ‘Conan in the Barbarian,’ starring Jason Momoa as the titular character, a man who is thrust into a dangerous and unknown world after his father is murdered and his village is destroyed.
Though he’s since calmed down significantly, Colin Farrell will always be one of Hollywood’s most notorious — and sexiest — bad boys.
Sure, he’s pulled his fair share of stunts in the past (lest we forget this travesty), but the 35-year-old hunk from Ireland is the type who could do a bad thing one day, then make up for it the next day with a simple wink and a smile.
Rugby never really caught on in America. Which is really a shame, because we’re missing out on some serious eye candy from across the pond. Like Ben Cohen.
Though he retired in May, the 32-year-old – and oftentimes shirtless – hunk from England had tongues wagging for years with his killer moves both on and off the rugby field, and went on to become England’s 10th-highest point scorer of all time.
In what has ironically turned out to be the franchise that just won’t die, ‘Final Destination 5′ opens in theaters Friday, promising more gore, more violence and, yes, more death.
If you’re sick of the franchise, or if you just prefer something lighter, there are two comedies brand-new to choose from this weekend. One is the R-Rated ’30 Minutes or Less,’ which re-teams Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg (‘The Social Network’) with his ‘Zombieland’ director, Ruben Fleischer, in this flick about a bank robbery gone horribly wrong.
Or, if you’re feeling a bit more musically inclined, there’s always ‘Glee Live! 3-D!’, the latest incarnation from Fox’s uber-successful TV series.
Shelton is just one of many famous names to appear on the soundtrack. Also lending their voices are Zac Brown Band, who will sing ‘When the River Goes’; ‘One Tree Hill’ beauty Jana Kramer, who will record the famous ‘Let’s Hear It for the Boy’; and Shelton’s ‘Voice’ cohort Cee Lo Green, who will sing ‘Walkin’ Blues’ with Kenny Wayne Shepherd.
Any lingering doubts comic book fans might have had about the decision to cast Henry Cavill as Superman should be erased today once they feast their eyes on the first official photo from ‘Man of Steel,’ which shows the hunky Cavill donning the iconic leotard and cape.
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