Dark-haired cutie Aaron Johnson has died his hair -- including his facial hair -- blond for his role as Count Vronsky in "Anna Karenina," co-starring Kiera Knightley and Jude Law. He manages to carry it off, but only just.
Tolstoy's description of Vronsky:
"...a dark sturdily-built man of medium height, with a good-natured, handsome, exceedingly quiet and firm face. Everything about his face and figure -- from his black closely-cropped hair and freshly-shaven chin to his wide, brand-new uniform -- was simple and at the same time elegant."
Knowing nothing at all about him, I'd say he looks quintessentially douchey.
He's so fugly. No wonder he had to resort to geriatric pussy.
That pubestach screams "shop class, 1982."
KEEP THOSE WAGONS TROLLIN!
He's good looking with dark hair but looks awful as a blond.
Seamus McGarvey -- who received an Oscar nomination for his cinematography on Joe Wright's previous film Atonement -- is the DP here, too. Here's hoping he can work his magic again and make this silly appearance look hot and sexy in the film. (I suspect the 19th century Russian uniform will help.)
He's very handsome, the bad dye job and facial hair are terrible.
I can't believe he's having another child with the director woman. Oy vey.
The older woman thing is super creepy. She's gross.