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475. MEN TO ADMIRESome of today’s leading actors are more than just handsome faces who can carry a movie—theywrite, direct and/or produce films, campaign earnestly for humanitarian causes and dabblein other fields (Brad Pitt has designed a furniture collection). They’re more apt to be familyguys than ladies’ men, George Clooney aside. Take People’s current “sexiest man alive,”Channing Tatum, who “is married, produces his own movies and does quiet work for animal andenvironmental charities,” noted The New York Times in March. The Times observed that Argodirector Ben Affleck, who advocates for the conflict-ridden Eastern Congo, now embodies “anew Hollywood paradigm for masculinity.”Other qualities that men admire in today’s celebrities? Break Media exec Andy Tu says JosephGordon-Levitt popped out in the company’s research: He seems down-to-earth (men say, “Ithink I’d be friends with him if we were hanging out”); he’s multitalented, showing off hisdancing skills on Saturday Night Live and playing a wide range of characters; and importantly,“he’s very comfortable in his own skin, he’s very well-balanced.”Jon Berry of GfK cites the same phrase, noting Dove has used it for the Men+Care line: “Whenyou look at the popular culture, some of the men who are most successful, there is a senseof being comfortable in your own skin. … People like George Clooney or Derek Jeter or MarkZuckerberg or that whole class of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who became billionaires but stillwear hoodies, still have that easygoing ethic.”Sharp magazine fashion editor Yang-Yi Goh singles out Ryan Gosling, who epitomizes modernstylishness but is equally a convincing tough guy. “He obviously takes care of himself, and that’sthe kind of guy that, 10 years ago, maybe people would have poked fun at his metrosexuality,”says Goh. “People are also aware that he’s a badass—he’s in Drive, he’s kicking people’s asses.”No.8George ClooneyNo.12Brad PittNo.15Ben Affleck
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