Hot Guys in Period Costume

Does just what it says on the label

Happy 80th Birthday, dear Jeremy!

Jeremy Brett (1933 - 1995) in ‘My Fair Lady’ (1964)

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bnthe2ofus:

When people speak of great men, they think of men like Napoleon - men of violence. Rarely do they think of peaceful men. But contrast the reception they will receive when they return home from their battles. Napoleon will arrive in pomp and in power, a man who’s achieved the very summit of earthly ambition. And yet his dreams will be haunted by the oppressions of war. William Wilberforce, however, will return to his family, lay his head on his pillow and remember: the slave trade is no more. (Amazing Grace, 2007)

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fuckyouspock:

sashayed:

foo-of-the-forest:

“The character design of Flynn came from the process which was called the “hot man meeting” by Nathan Greno and Byron Howard, during which they set up a meeting with all of the female employees of the studio in one room and asked them for their opinions of what made a man good looking in order to create Flynn’s character design with features such as eye color, hair color and style and body type. Video footage showed concept art and photos of various male celebrities, including Johnny Depp, Hugh Jackman, Brad Pitt, David Beckham and Gene Kelly on the walls of the room. Director Byron Howard said they wanted to make Flynn “the most handsome, most attractive male lead Disney has ever had.”

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"The hot man meeting" is now my second favorite animation design story, after the one about how Pixar animators working on the Dug team for Up had “fat dog day” where they basically went to a shelter and were like “please bring out your fattest dogs,” and then they hung out with the fattest jolliest available dogs, all day. 

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man would i love to be a pixar animator

Let’s highlight the bar Disney set, that the Flynn animators had to raise:

Li Shang (Mulan, 1998)

THE HOTTEST OKAY.

Prince Philip, (Sleeping Beauty, 1959)

Snappy dresser, our Philip.

Prince Naveen (The Frog Princess, 2009)

Also a snappy dresser! Bonus points for rolled-up sleeves.

Beast (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)

Way hotter as a beast, and you’re lying if you say you don’t agree.

Robin Hood (Robin Hood, 1973)

Foxy prince of our hearts. 

Kronk (The Emperor's New Groove, 2000)

Yes, much of it is his voice. But he also speaks squirrel, which is handy!

Gaston (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)

YES HE IS THE VILLAIN STILL HOT

Prince Eric (The Little Mermaid, 1989)

Makes up for in ‘cute dog’ what he lacks in what we humans like to call ‘personality.’

Aladdin

Makes up for in personality what he lacks in a cute dog (or rolled-up sleeves).

Prince Edward (Enchanted, 2006)

WAY more fun that fussy boring Robert. (Who is also hot, fine.) Seriously, which of these two guys would you rather spend the rest of your life with? The guy who’s always rolling his eyes at you? Or the guy who’d skewer a bus for you?

And last but not least - he’s not a Disney prince, but he still gets my vote for one of the hottest animated guys ever. Is it the rolled-up sleeves? The broken-and-badly-set nose? The awful 90s haircut? Who knows? Who cares. 

Dimitri (Anastasia, 1998)

So, what do we think? Did Disney do it with Flynn? Did they make the most attractive Disney dude ever? 

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Captain Hook appreciation time. Have you noticed his necklace? There are two pendants - a skull and crossbones, and a cutlass. That’s, like, serious devotion to piracy. That’s so hard-core pirate, you guys. That’s like if I were a baker and I have charms in the shape a little spatula and a teeny sack of flour that I wear on a necklace. At all times. Because I’m a BAKER, motherfuckers.

That’s Hook. He’s a PIRATE and even his necklace won’t let you forget it. The charms probably get tangled in his chest hair, sometimes. But Hook’s so pirate he doesn’t even care.

RIP, Peter O’Toole.

RIP, Peter O’Toole.

Richard Armitage - the most adorable middle-aged man ever [x]

Holy cow, that makes me feel oooooooooold. Let’s get some Thornton up on this thing here, and see if that helps:

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harrietvane:

Movember Moustache Hall of Fame 2013
Timothy Olyphant in Deadwood
With 25 whole minutes to spare of November, I’m getting the last few in this year’s batch, because no Movember list is complete without this guy. And what a doozy of an image - everyone’s favourite emotionally-constipated Sheriff, Seth Bullock spends most of this ep trying to impress his lady love’s father, before (spoiler) getting his BULLOCK SMASH™ on, moustache a-quiver, and beating him to a bloody, toothless pulp. Ahh, young love.
 -Pro: “His Holiness the Sheriff” sports an amazing example of a Victorian-era mo - the length and sheer volume are admirable; this is a mo that holds its own in a town of spectacular moustacherie. Surprising agility when twitching and quivering with apoplectic rage. Sideburn co-ordination also a feature.
 -Con: as noted in previous years, soul-patch penalty. Points removed for chin-based facial hair. 

harrietvane:

Movember Moustache Hall of Fame 2013

Timothy Olyphant in Deadwood

With 25 whole minutes to spare of November, I’m getting the last few in this year’s batch, because no Movember list is complete without this guy. And what a doozy of an image - everyone’s favourite emotionally-constipated Sheriff, Seth Bullock spends most of this ep trying to impress his lady love’s father, before (spoiler) getting his BULLOCK SMASH™ on, moustache a-quiver, and beating him to a bloody, toothless pulp. Ahh, young love.

 -Pro: “His Holiness the Sheriff” sports an amazing example of a Victorian-era mo - the length and sheer volume are admirable; this is a mo that holds its own in a town of spectacular moustacherie. Surprising agility when twitching and quivering with apoplectic rage. Sideburn co-ordination also a feature.

 -Con: as noted in previous years, soul-patch penalty. Points removed for chin-based facial hair.