This weekend’s major film release is Cameron Crowe’s Hawaiian wet dream Aloha, starring Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams and Bill Murray, plus Caucasian, Arizona-born Emma Stone as a part-native Hawaiian named Allison Ng. Aloha currently has a very bad 14% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is not a surprise considering the film’s financiers openly lamented how painful and shitty the movie is.
The man who will, in the absolute best case scenario of his life, go down in history as America's second-most-famous Brad—Bradley Cooper—appears within and without the February issue of W magazine in the costume of a nearly naked French clown. Pasty and slick, straight out of the Comédie-Italienne of your nightmares, he stands in stately profile, bearing his nipples to the world.
Louis C.K. once pointed out that the aspiring actors who ask Sean Penn questions on Inside the Actors Studio are never going to be famous. It's true, with one notable exception. His name is Bradley Cooper, and he just humped C.K.'s leg in American Hustle.
When People magazine named Bradley Cooper 2011's "Sexiest Man Alive" yesterday, it incurred an instant backlash—a BuzzFeed-led group of Ryan Gosling supporters even picketed outside the magazine's New York offices. On tonight's Report, Stephen Colbert added himself to the growing list of those upset with People's pick.
Happy Sexiest Man Alive day, everyone. That is the day when People magazine announces who their hottest hunk of the year is. This time around it's Bradley Cooper. In his honor, here's a whole gallery of shirtless famous people we think are sexy, for no good reason other than that we know you're pervy.