Dear Mr. Dweeber,
The answer is still no.
Brad Pitt is officially breaking the sacred trust between Hot People and the Universe, which states that said Hot People have a precious duty to maintain their hotness as a public service, much as various glorious English country houses are being preserved in the name of History. Also much like the upkeep on those glorious country houses, I’m sure the upkeep of Brad Pitt is expensive and slightly time-consuming and requires the help of a bevy of specialists, but when you have been entrusted by God with an exceptional and historic hotness, you have to take the responsibility seriously. FOR HUMANITY.
First of all, I am really looking forward to seeing this movie; I’ve heard it’s fantastic. Second, can we just talk about how I want all the good things in the universe for Michael B. Jordan? He has a quality that makes him innately sympathetic in EVERYTHING from All My Children to Friday Night Lights. I spent all of FNL — where, Hart of Dixie fans, if you haven’t seen it, Mayor Lavon Hayes played his SUPER TERRIBLE father — wanting to hug him. He didn’t have to do anything. Every time I saw his face, I just wanted to run up to him and hug him. (Finding actors with this quality must be a Jason Katims specialty because I also felt this way about Matt Lauria and Zach Gilford.) It does not hurt that he wears a suit very well. Let’s ogle him (and other people)!
By far, menswear is the most hilarious thing that has ever happened on a fashion runway, and that includes every Baby Phat show I ever attended.
You are (presumably) not being chased by zombies anymore. Tell hair and wardrobe!
Because we somehow missed him at a couple events, and it would be wrong not to catch you up on Matthew Crawley’s facial and sartorial exploits.