When Zac Efron came dancing into our lives as Troy Bolton in High School Musical, he portrayed a high school basketball player, which would be a little surprising considering he’s not that tall.
You were probably too distracted by Zac’s good looks and ginormous muscles to realize he’s only 5’8″. But we don’t care. We will take him as he is. We’re kind like that.
If you've never had a favorite N*Sync member, have you ever really lived? Our answer would be — probably not.
Justin Timberlake first started on Mickey Mouse Club but it wasn't until his boy band days that he became a sensation.
Clint Eastwood came to prominence as a vigilante justice enforcer playing roles like Dirty Harry and the good guy with no name in The Good the Bad and the Ugly.
With a badass attitude and a career that spans six decades, Eastwood simply had to be on our list. Most of his career effectively defined American masculinity. The man’s a legend.
Batman vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice wasn’t a great movie but it did have some highlights. There was Wonder Woman’s first appearance and there was Henry Cavill playing Superman.
Ah, Henry Cavill, there isn’t enough screen time in the world to do justice to all those muscles and perfect skin and smoldering gaze and… what were we talking about?
Henry Golding’s face is one that stands out. Not only because of his perfect bone structure, but because you don’t see a lot of Malaysians acting in Hollywood.
If we are to judge by Golding and his appearance in The Gentleman or Crazy Rich Asians, Malaysia is about to jump to the top of our bucket list.