Why do you need a “butt wipe”? Because you’re not an animal, sir.
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“Reach Around For A Deeper Clean”, indeed. Watch the video and tell me you don’t need a butt wipe.
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Bobby Holland Hanton is the Michael Jordan of his profession. Hollywood’s top stunt double, Holland Hanton has doubled as Christian Bale (in “The Dark Knight Rises”), Daniel Craig (in “Skyfall”), Ryan Reynolds (in “Green Lantern”), and he recently filmed “Thor: The Dark World” with Chris Hemsworth. Bullz-Eye got to ask the latest spokesman for Dove’s Men + Care line of products for men five questions about his career.
Bullz-Eye: Of all the Hollywood studs you’ve served as a stuntman/body double for, who is the one you would most like to be for an entire week and why?
Bobby Holland Hanton: Between Batman, James Bond and Thor, this is an extremely difficult question. I would have to say Batman and Bond are equally as intriguing, with Thor being a close second. Batman is a superhero, who fights crime behind a mask and no one knows who he is – that is pretty cool. Whereas Bond is more realistic, he’s a slick and suave hero that everyone can see and root for. On Thor, Chris Hemsworth looked great and is a character that carries a heavy hammer — he is always particularly well-groomed and keeps his face fresh.
BE: What did you want to be when you were 10 years old? And how did you become a stunt double?
BHH: When I was 10 I wanted to be Batman, Thor and James Bond. No, I’m only kidding. I wanted to be a professional soccer player. Growing up, I followed in my older sister’s footsteps and took on gymnastics. I loved the physicality of the sport and I loved to train. However, soccer was always my passion, and then I found myself just enjoying the regimented training and working out.
BE: What’s the most gruesome injury you’ve suffered as a result of being in your profession?
BHH: I suffered a bad back injury while filming “Green Lantern.” I performed four back-focused stunts in a short period of time, which took a lot of hits to my back over and over. It took its toll after a while, and I found out ultimately that I had sciatic nerve damage. I needed to have two operations on my back, one of which was an emergency surgery, and it took about 9 months to regain full strength. I hope I can say that will always be the worst injury I’ve ever suffered.
BE: What do you do to stay in shape? What type of training do you do, what do you eat and how frequently?
BHH: It is all dependent on who I am doubling. With Chris Hemsworth in “Thor,” I was on a very strict workout plan to gain the strength and muscle. Whereas for Daniel Craig, who is slimmer, I did not work out as often, and focused on my diet and nutrition plan. I have found that between movies it has been best to maintain a middle ground, and I have been blessed to have the ability to change body types rather easily; I thank genetics, I guess. I believe in a strict regimen all day, every day in order to keep workouts and nutrition intact. I wake up every morning and take a shower before I start my day. I am a huge fan of products like the Dove Men+Care Aqua Impact body wash, because it prevents me from smelling bad on set after performing stunts all day, which would be embarrassing in the company of so many movie stars. I also make sure I eat regular portions throughout the day, every two hours, balancing high protein, high carbohydrates and high fats.
BE: Was there a movie star you’ve met who left you completely start struck? Who is the hottest female celebrity you’ve ever seen in person?
BHH: I have been fortunate to work with some of the greatest stars of all time. I would say Morgan Freeman, Anthony Hopkins and Gary Oldman struck me the most. Chris Nolan is a spectacular director, and I loved working with him on “Batman”. In terms of the hottest female celebrity I have seen, I would go with Emily Blunt or Rachael McAdams — they are gorgeous!
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If Superman tried to shave his face, wouldn’t the razor just wilt under his skin? Would any razor he used need a “Kryptonite Cooling Strip” to even work? These are the things I think about, late at night.
Here’s a video that features that exact same question- while also featuring input from celebrities such as Billy Nye, Kevin Smith and Blossom herself:
Vote for your favorite theory at www.howdoesheshave.com.
In the past, we’ve reviewed eShave products and always came away impressed. The Orange Sandalwood Collection for shaving was hailed as one of the best shaving products ever by Men’s Health magazine in 2011. And eShave After Shave Soother was named the best post-shave lotion by Men’s Health in 2012, so who were we to argue?
After all the awards, it became apparent: Men’s Health was either trying to sleep with eShave, or eShave products are really that good. We decided it was the latter based on personal experience, but we also wouldn’t be surprised if eShave was a complete monster in the sack to boot.
Men’s hair styling products are a lot like that hot girl you’ve been hooking up with. At first, you’re pretty sure she’s the hottest girl you’ve ever met or been with, and you really can’t wait for the next time to use her.
You feel confident, refreshed, renewed. Every time you’re with her is like the first time, all over again. You’re used to her, love her, have grown comfortable with her — so why would you even consider anything else?
But then you get distracted. “Wait, what’s this? A new men’s styling gel?”
Suddenly, conversation lags. Her jokes aren’t funny. Her laugh sucks. She smells like cheese. She’s a Yankees fan.
Are any of these new observations remotely true? Or are you just looking for an escape? Either way, you continue to spend time with her, begrudgingly, and you’re just not that into it.
Hairbond UK is like that hot girl you just met who makes you realize how substandard your current hair styling product is.
The nerd style mostly involves dressing formally, but adding to it a little bit of funk. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea though every other celebrity is trying to dabble with this unusual style.
Whether it’s a thick pair of Clark Kent glasses or a neatly done crew cut, the nerdy fashion has truly arrived this season and is well on its way to being the next big style statement. There are plenty of celebrities rocking this style with a hint of their personal taste. Here are few of them and how they’re flaunting it:
The ladies’ man, J. T, has been flaunting the nerd fashion style shamelessly from head to toe. His of late and consistent hairstyle is a clean cropped crew cut with a pair of thick, black framed glasses.
This style suits him quite a bit and he is among the few celebrities who truly know how to work this style to his benefit.
Whether it’s a tuxedo or plain old jeans-and-tee, Justin is aware that accessories like peacock suspenders and belts can enhance the overall look.
One of the divas willing to brave this style statement is Scarlet Johansson. She is a true example of how to personalize any style to suit you without taking extreme measures.
Though many female celebrities such as Rihanna and Miley Cyrus are content to hack off their locks for something more sheer and cutting edge, Scarlett preferred arranging her hair in such a manner that make them appear more short and nerd fashion-appropriate.
She pulled them in a beautifully done side bouffant, some nude make up and a pair of thick, black framed glasses and she is good to go for a Comic Con.
Traevon Jackson may not be rocking any nerdy outfits, but he is worth a mention here because no one boasts a crew cut the way that he does.
Jackson carries a sharp edged crew cut that brings all the attention to this finely chiseled face and, though not intentionally kept, his light beard and mustache give him the look of a newbie at college who has that distinctly nerd sense of style innate to him.
Bieber is one of the celebs who needs to work a little bit on managing this style yet is trying to make an effort at being nerdy. The hairstyle is definitely the key areas that need a little bit of work.
The tousled-haired teenage heartthrob would be quite amiss with a crew cut, but his typical all-over-the-place hairstyle isn’t helping to add to his nerd look. His personalization of the thick framed glasses from black to white is very much a plus to his own style statement.
On the other hand, his need for big heavy jackets and boy band clothes really mess up the groove of serious nerd style. Perhaps a few sleeveless sweaters with some funky sweaters and the age old jeans and tee would help a bit.
Bring out the nerd in you this season. Whether it’s a haircut, hairstyle or a complete wardrobe change, if nerdy is who you’re, flaunt it like one of these stars or add your own personal touch to this growing style statement.
Adam Levine is back. This time addressing hair-trimmings and how Norelco can address the issue, so your “Bros” don’t get all “Bro-ed out on you”.
See what happens when bro’s stop being guys and start being dudes. Coming this fall to the Broxygen Network.
On Monday night, Brittney Griner played her first WNBA game. In that game, she had two dunks which almost doubled the amount of dunks (3)in the previous 15 seasons.
What’s the only logical conclusion we can draw from this? That braids make you dunk. Just look at this guy who doesn’t have them:
Our friends at ohyoumad.com say it best:
We are here to tell you to STOP those struggle braids with no damn hangtime. If your hair is not long enough to have a decent amount of hang time please do not braid that mess. That shit is ridiculous walking around with the surprised look on your face everyday. Why not just continue to grow it until you can have the proper required length?”
WORD. Proves our point even further.
On Sunday’s finale of NBC’s “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice”, NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman showed up with a blonde mohawk, that actually looked pretty cool.
Lost in the mix of hair, tattoos and exceedingly bright wardrobe choices is that Rodman is 52 years old- it doesn’t seem like he’s aged in the last 10 years.
Check out this funny video from Philips Norelco starring Adam DeVine from Workaholics & Arrested Development. A video crew follows the “Special Unit’s Unit” through the streets of an undefined city making sure guys keep their body hair under control, using the ‘necessary tools’ to combat their public display misconducts via egregious body hair, i.e. a “Happy trail that’s gotten too happy”.
The video is an introduction to the Philips Norelco Click & Style razor, an electric razor designed to manscape a man’s entire body, which can keep one out of trouble and off the ‘Special Unit’s’ radar when walking the streets!