Bill Hader Is the New Paul Rudd
Plus, Hollywood's new generation of leading men
Go see Trainwreck and tell us you don’t agree: Bill Hader (yes, Stefon) is the new relatable, smart-guy dreamboat of 2015. Aka: the new Paul Rudd.
So, without further ado, we’d like to introduce the next generation of Hollywood megastars. We call it Cuties 2.0.
BILL HADER IS THE NEW PAUL RUDD
After only a few minutes of watching him kindly and cutely woo Amy Schumer, we knew: Our hearts haven’t been this happy since Josh met Cher.
CHRIS PRATT IS THE NEW HARRISON FORD
If Indiana Jones taught us nothing else, it’s that it takes a special someone to pull off heroics and humor. Cue Chris Pratt as a super-ripped, super-funny dinosaur fighter in Jurassic World.
ADAM DRIVER IS THE NEW SEAN PENN
The Girls star is a pro at playing surly and mysterious--the literary bad boy who you just want to cuddle even though he’s cheating on you with a waitress. Plus, just like his predecessor Penn, he’s way versatile: Did you know he’s in the next Star Wars?
JON HAMM IS THE NEW GEORGE CLOONEY
Old Hollywood handsome meets good values and a sly sense of humor. We'd love to be a bow tie right about now.
DAN STEVENS IS THE NEW JUDE LAW
Cute British accent aside, the former Downton star reminds us of Law because he’s a lit geek with a passion for the stage (remember when Jude took on Hamlet and Henry V?) and a pro at playing both darling and dastardly on-screen.
NICHOLAS HOULT IS THE NEW LEONARDO DICAPRIO
Hello, former child stars (see About a Boy and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?). Hello, crazy talent (see Mad Max and The Wolf of Wall Street).
RYAN GOSLING IS THE NEW MARLON BRANDO
In true Brando style, the dude dedicates himself body and soul to his roles. (Um, remember when he gained 60 pounds for The Lovely Bones?) Plus, he’s mastered the sexy frown.
CHANNING TATUM IS THE NEW DANIEL CRAIG
Rumors are swirling that the Magic Mike star could wind up as the next James Bond. And if there's a God, it'll be a James Bond with a dance sequence.