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Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart were definitely the "it" couple of 2013, and we don't see their adorable love for each other ending anytime soon (we pray never). They run around in bowlers taking selfies and lighting up Broadway. Their bromance is beautiful and eternal. Now sit back and absorb all the reasons that these two lovable British rogues win at love and life.
In honor of Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon's SNL reunion tomorrow night, we hereby declare double J as our favorite bromance. Oh, how we dream to be part of their next #hashtag.
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Sure, we know Johnny Depp from his many Hollywood blockbusters, including Pirates of the Caribbean and The Lone Ranger, but did you know that he once sold ballpoint pens over the phone? "When the supervisor wondered off, I would say, 'Listen, don't buy these pens ... I'm a thief; we're ripping you off," he confesses and we fall even more in love with him.
Kanye West and Jay-Z and Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are some of the most famous bromances in pop culture history, so to celebrate their 'SNL' performances, we've rounded up Yeezy and Ben's best lessons in Bro Code.
Gorgeous British actor James Purefoy and co-star Kevin Bacon sure seem to be getting to know each other. Bacon, who has been married to Kyra Sedgwick for nearly 25 years, is nearly 60 years old and is not slowing down — in fact, it's his turn to hop into the TV spotlight since his wife recently finished her hit show 'The Closer.'
Straight guys don't get offended or feel threatened by this topic. I'm not here to make you feel small, even though a fair share of you seem to think that's your inalienable right to make gay men feel less than. Let's draw a truce for the next few paragraphs and see what we might learn about one another. Fair enough? Ok, onto the list!
The other day I told my husband that I was really excited to see my best friend again. We live far apart and only get to see each other once a year. He responded with a hurt look, saying, “I thought I was your best friend!” To which I replied, “No, you’re my husband. I still need my girlfriend.” This is one of the key dynamics that can really mess up a long term relationship. Expecting your partner to fulfill all of your emotional needs sets you both up for disappointment. Every woman needs a girlfriend and every man needs a bromance.
A man, at the end of his wits, doubtless, attempted to use Craigslist to find bromance. Essentially, this guy is looking for a straight Will to his clearly non-female Grace. This Miami guy is sick (and, likely, tired) of sniffing after ladies in the vicious, saline and saltwater world of the South Florida mating scene, and getting his feelings crushed. Hence the ad. So is the search for a heterosexual life partner really so unusual?
A new book, The Beckham Experiment, chronicles David Beckham's splash onto the US scene. In addition to some topsy-turvy fits and starts with the LA Galaxy, the book's author, Grant Wahl, discusses Beck's inclusion in the Hollywood circuit. Most notably his bromance with Tom Cruise. Very interesting.
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Ah, love. That special feeling that makes a man want to stay in and bake cookies with his woman or emblazon her naked likeness on a surfboard and give it to her as a present. We know that feeling, Brody. And we're happy to know that you do, too. Thanks to your interview with People, we know it, perhaps, a little too well.