Where were they? They look like they're in public but I don't see the fans crowding them if they're out in public
I saw "Ted" the other day and kept thinking how much more enjoyable the movie would have been with Affleck in it, rather than that asshole Wahlberg.
I find this version of Ben Affleck so much more handsome than the JLo version. Yes, he was very GQ during that time, but now he looks rugged and very sexy. He seems to be getting better as he ages. Kinda like Clooney.
[quote]What kind of underwear is he wearing?
looks like Polo Ralph Lauren
Does a hairpiece like his cost a lot? I'm bald but so want Hollywood hair
[quote]I find this version of Ben Affleck so much more handsome than the JLo version. Yes, he was very GQ during that time, but now he looks rugged and very sexy. He seems to be getting better as he ages.
Agreed. He's always been good looking, but in my mind has steadily improved with time.
I know the whole DILF thing shouldn't have any appeal for a gay man, but I find it fucking hot.
He's so cheesy though I like his buff bod. A tight, barely there tshirt is ridiculous on a man his age no matter how much muscle mass he has to show. He's the old guy at the club. All he needs are the gold chains and pinky rings. Next!
Am I just behind the times that I never noticed that bicep tattoo on Ben before this?
I think he looks better than ever.
What are his next projects? He seems to be choosing wisely these days....less commercial but more integrity and control.
Whick one is Ben Affleck
He is hot, but they whole bennifer thing and the whore stories and his love for sleazy strip joints that kept going around was a forever turn off.
he looks pretty fucking incredible.
He still has that flat ass and those stick figure legs.
A hairpiece made to look like a bad comb-over? Genius!
Speaking of hairpieces . . . Kathy was awkward last night. Jimmy Kimmel was talking about feeling a woman's extensions when he runs his hand through her hair . . . while wearing a rather obvious wig.
Affleck will run for Senator within the next 8-12 years. And then who knows.
He's the perfect example of how an actor can rely so much on his career on his good looks because he can't act for shit and has very little charisma. If he had charisma maybe his career wouldn't be dead by now but good looks is just not enough.
So young to be a has-been.
He has moved his career towards directing. So not a has been
R8, I agree. He looked too manufactured and over-stylized during the bennifer years. Now he has an effortless handsomeness.
But he doesn't look like a movie star at all and has no charisma. He looks like hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of other American guys.
r14, he's directing and starring in Argo, a movie about the Iranian hostage crisis, out in October. He also starred opposite Rachel McAdams in Terrence Malick's latest movie, but who knows when that one will see the light of day. (There's no release date yet.) The movie was supposedly done a couple of years ago, IIRC, but it didn't even have a title until earlier this year.
Oh, it has been a long time since this GQ cover.
You think Jimmy wears a wig? I never knew that.
Afflect is a great looking guy, no getting around it.
Do they have three girls? I'm glad they didn't bring the infant out into that mess. They might as well adopt a forth. Having three is always a mistake.
Known to have VILE breath
That badger pelt toupee is ridiculous. He'd look much better with a shaved head. He has never had good pieces.
[quote]He'd look much better with a shaved head.
No, he wouldn't.
I've ALWAYS found Ben Affleck attractive. I think he's gotten better looking with age. Most guys do when they become men, as I've always hated twinks. He's one of the celebrities I'd most like to see completely nude. Do you think there's any chance he'll go full-frontal at anytime in the future or does he have a no-nudity clause in his movie contract?
Also, his cleft chin. There's something sexual about a man's cleft chin. Whenever I see one, I always imagine the crease between a guy's balls. Total turn-on.
Anyone know where I can find a copy of this magazine?
[quote]Does a hairpiece like his cost a lot? I'm bald but so want Hollywood hair
R10, you can bet his piece cost $2000 & up. It is a custom piece that will last 1-3 yrs, depending on how he treats it; e.g., does he sleep in it? ...that would drastically shorten its life; how often does he clean it, etc etc...
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I'm pretty sure Ben Affleck does not wear a hairpiece.
It's easy to tell that he's had something done to his hair. Natural hair doesn't look like that.