They are Hollywood’s male style icons. They are the ones sought after to be on the cover of magazines. They are the men that best fit Emma Stone’s drooling exclamation in the movie “Crazy Stupid Love” when she said, “Seriously? It’s like you’re Photoshopped.” Here is a list of the most stylish men in Hollywood today.
10. Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is an actor who started out as a child and teen star for movies like “Angels in the Outfield,” “Beethoven” and “10 Things I Hate About You.” He was also part of the cast of the television show called “3rd Rock from the Sun.” He then went on to study in Columbia University before dropping out in 2004. He returned and featured in such films as “The Dark Knight Rises” and “Lincoln.” He also starred in “ (500) Days of Summer,” “Inception,” “50/50” and “Looper.”
9. Zac Efron
Zac Efron first came into prominence in the early 2000s when he got the lead part in Disney Channel’s “High School Musical.” After being declared by Rolling Stones magazine as the poster boy for teenagers in 2007, Efron went on to be featured in movies like “17 Again,” “Me and Orson Welles,” “Charlie St. Cloud,” “New Year’s Eve” and “The Lucky One.”
8. Nicholas Hoult
We first saw Nicholas Hoult in the 2002 Hugh Grant starrer entitled “About a Boy,” where he portrayed an adorable boy being bullied by other kids but who would do anything to make his mother happy. He has certainly grown up to be a stylish young man who has been featured in movies like “A Single Man” and “X-Men: First Class.” He has also starred in “Warm Bodies” and “Jack the Giant Slayer.”
7. Chace Crawford
Chace Crawford is known for his role as Nate Archibald in the television series called “Gossip Girl.” He first appeared in the movie entitled “The Covenant” in 2006. He has since been featured in movies like “Twelve,” “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” and “Peace, Love and Misunderstanding.”
6. James Franco
James Franco first appeared in the television series entitled “Freaks and Geeks.” He had a recurring role in the long-running soap opera called “General Hospital.” He has also appeared in films like “Pineapple Express,” “Milk,” “127 Hours,” “Tristan &Isolde,” “Annapolis,” “The Iceman” and “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.” He also played the title character in the 2001 television biographical movie called “James Dean” in a performance that won for him a Golden Globe Award. He was also part of the “Spiderman” series of movies, playing the role of Harry Osborn. Franco is also a teacher, serving as a faculty member at New York University where he taught filmmaking, University of Southern California where he teaches a course in short film production, and the University of California, Los Angeles where he teaches screen writing.
5. Andrew Garfield
Andrew Garfield is the new Spiderman, as he played the lead character in the 2012 movie “The Amazing Spider-Man.” He first appeared in the British television drama called “Sugar Rush” in 2005. He was part of the movies called “Lions for Lambs” and “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.” He also starred in the television drama called “Boy A,” which won for him a Best Actor award from the 2009 BAFTA television awards. In 2010, he received further critical acclaim after appearing in the dystopian science fiction movie called “Never Let Me Go” and “The Social Network,” the latter of which earning him nominations from both the Golden Globe and BAFTA.
4. Liam Hemsworth
Liam Hemsworth is one of the three acting Hemsworth brothers. He first appeared in a couple of Australian television shows called “Neighbours” and “The Elephant Princess.” In 2010, he starred in the movie called “The Last Song” that also featured Hemsworth’s partner, the American singer Miley Cyrus. In 2012, Hemsworth starred as Gale Hawthorne in the popular novel turned movie called “The Hunger Games.” It is scheduled to have at least two more sequels.
3. Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum used to work as a dancer, model and stripper before hitting it big in Hollywood. He first appeared in movies like “Coach Carter,” “She’s the Man,” “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints” and “Step Up.” He then started grabbing headlines with his portrayals in “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra,” “21 Jump Street” and “Magic Mike.” He was also in the movies entitled “Fighting” and “The Dilemma.” Tatum also had dramatic turns in the films entitled “Dear John” and “The Vow.”
2. Ian Somerhalder
Ian Somerhalder first appeared in the short-lived spin-off from “Dawson’s Creek” called “Young Americans.” The series got cancelled, however, after only eight episodes. He then appeared in “The Rules of Attraction” in 2002. He then got his big breakthrough when he became the first actor to be cast in the popular television series entitled “Lost.” His character died in episode number 20, thus making it the first one to pass away as well. He was also in the 2009 movie called “The Tournament.” Somerhalder then became part of the hit drama show from the CW network called “The Vampire Diaries.” Both the show and his performance have received positive feedback from critics. He has already won a Teen Choice Award for his role in the show.
1. Ryan Gosling
Ryan Gosling started out as a child actor in shows like “Mickey Mouse Club” and “Are You Afraid of the Dark?” He also appeared in “Goosebumps” and “”Breaker High.” In 2001, he portrayed a Jewish neo-Nazi in “The Believer,” before appearing in independent movies like “Murder by Numbers,” “The Slaughter Rule” and “The United States of Leland.” He rose to prominence after starring in “The Notebook.” He then received an Oscar nomination for “Half Nelson” and a Golden Globe nomination for “Lars and the Real Girl.” He then took a break from the movies to tour North America with his band called Dead Man’s Bones. He returned with a bang with acclaimed portrayals in “Blue Valentine,” “Crazy Stupid Love,” “The Ides of March” and “Drive.”