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Thread: Old Smoothies: Have Hollywood's ageing male stars had nip and tuck too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    Damn, that is Dustin Hoffman isn't it? I didn't even realize it. That picture is funny.
    My favorite Hollywood couple. Ever!

    Kirk was/is vain. He always worked out to stay fit and trim. He shouldn't have had a face lift. In fact, if men are going to do anything, they should get neck jobs only. Leave the eyes alone...a la Redford. Ya didn't have to do it Bob.

    Stallone's face I just don't get. He was lopsided in his youth and it worked for him. Now he's lopsided in the other direction. Clint is so thin, I'm glad he wasn't pulled up to his forehead.

    Warren. In a heartbeat. To me, that's what 70 looks like. Same age as a my father who is a good looking guy with a full head of hair, but naturally his neck is loose, only a few wrinkles, trim everywhere except for a paunch. These guys have lasted a long time looking gooood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    My favorite Hollywood couple. Ever!
    ^GF, you kill me!

    I'm hoping the photo agencies will publish the moment when
    Warren gave Jack a bear hug from behind, during the photo
    op at the 40th AFI anniversary, causing Julie Andrews to
    get a serious case of the giggles. I'm guessing that's why
    Jack decided to change sides and stand all the way on the
    other side with Stallone I also read that Stallone was
    shunning the photographers a bit because he had bruises
    on his face from stunts on his current RAMBO movie????

    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    Kirk was/is vain. He always worked out to stay fit and trim. He shouldn't have had a face lift. In fact, if men are going to do anything, they should get neck jobs only. Leave the eyes alone...a la Redford. Ya didn't have to do it Bob.
    I feel so sad when I see Kirk talking now, after his stroke
    He had such a distinctive voice, very unique. It looks like
    he had a nose job, too
    You know, Chalet, maybe Bob had his surgery because his
    eyelids were overhanging. That can cause infections, so
    maybe he had to have them done. Too bad they botched the
    job, though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    Stallone's face I just don't get. He was lopsided in his youth and it worked for him. Now he's lopsided in the other direction. Clint is so thin, I'm glad he wasn't pulled up to his forehead.
    I'm guessing Stallone may be the vainest of them all: stilts and PS etc.
    Clint's skin is so tight, he's all skull and skin, yet, oddly enough
    you can still recognize him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    Warren. In a heartbeat. To me, that's what 70 looks like. Same age as a my father who is a good looking guy with a full head of hair, but naturally his neck is loose, only a few wrinkles, trim everywhere except for a paunch. These guys have lasted a long time looking gooood.
    Well, you're very kind to him, hehe, but I really think he looks
    older than 70. Shirley has aged better than her little bro, and
    she smoked decades longer!
    I don't like that he lost his characteristic turned up nose
    due to old age. Oh well. He's still a charming looking guy.
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    God, I love Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman together.
    When your daughter plays "House," she pretends to be an annoying doctor with a pill-addiction and a limp.

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    Venus, you have to watch HWBL's "Ishtar" videos.

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    I'd totally forgotten that Warren played Angela Lansbury's
    son in his third movie "All Fall Down" despite only being 12
    years younger.... The funny thing is that his love interest
    in that movie, Eva Marie Saint, was 13 years older than him!
    That same year Lansbury played Elvis' mom in "Blue Hawaii"
    and he was only 10 years her junior!

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    eeeeeeewww yuck! that was a lot of gross! i hate the title of the thread too; old smoothies (i have a dirty mind)

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    Source: LA Times
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    AFI anniversary draws legends

    The institute's 40th-year celebration brings together actors and
    filmmakers to introduce screenings of their movies.
    By Robert W. Welkos, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
    October 5, 2007

    Tippi Hedren wore the seed pearls and gold broach shaped like
    birds in flight that was given to her by Alfred Hitchcock and his
    wife at Chasen's on the night they told her she would star in
    1963's "The Birds."

    Angela Lansbury said young people know her as the voice of
    Mrs. Potts in Disney's 1991 animated musical "Beauty and the
    Beast," but the veteran actress of stage and screen doubts if
    they would recognize her face, despite "Murder, She Wrote."

    And asked why he thought his Oscar-winning 1992 western
    "Unforgiven" had emerged as a classic of its genre, Clint Eastwood
    was simple and direct: "It was a good script, a very good story,"
    he said, adding that Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman made
    for a "good ensemble" cast.

    Everywhere one looked Wednesday night, there were legends of
    the film world as Jack Nicholson, Kirk Douglas, Warren Beatty,
    George Lucas and more walked up the red carpet at the ArcLight
    Theaters in Hollywood to celebrate the American Film Institute's
    40th anniversary.

    The event was unprecedented, if only for this reason: The AFI
    brought together actors and filmmakers on one night to introduce
    screenings of their classic films.

    Beatty talked about his 1967 gangster film, "Bonnie and Clyde."
    Julie Andrews introduced 1965's Oscar winner "The Sound of Music."
    Nicholson, sunglasses and hair askew, discussed 1975's "One Flew
    Over the Cuckoo's Nest." Sylvester Stallone and Talia Shire were
    invited to share their thoughts on 1976's Oscar-winning "Rocky."
    George Lucas was there to discuss his sci-fi epic "Star Wars." And
    star Billy Crystal and director Rob Reiner introduced their 1989
    romantic comedy "When Harry Met Sally. . . ."

    One of the big draws on this night was Douglas, now 90, his voice
    impaired by a stroke but his mind lively and sharp,
    introducing 1960
    's "Spartacus," director Stanley Kubrick's epic story of a slave revolt
    against the Roman Empire in which Douglas starred.

    After a standing ovation inside the Cinerama Dome, the veteran actor
    delivered a brief but moving speech, in which he said the most
    important thing about "Spartacus" was that "it broke the blacklist."

    "Most of you people are too young to remember the McCarthy era,"
    Douglas said. "It was a terrible time and Sen. [Joseph] McCarthy kind
    of concentrated on Hollywood, especially the writers. Dalton Trumbo,
    a great writer, spent one year in jail and when he came out, no
    blacklisted writer could write. They had to use an assumed name. And
    they were never allowed to enter a studio. So, when I started 'Spartacus,'
    I was guilty of hypocrisy because Dalton Trumbo was writing 'Spartacus'
    under the name Sam Jackson. But in the middle of the picture it bothered
    me, this hypocrisy, and I think I was just young enough -- or old enough --
    to say, 'Let's end it now.' . . . I said, 'Listen, I don't want to send Jackson's
    name. I want the real name of Dalton Trumbo on that script.' And that, to
    me, that's the best memory of the good picture 'Spartacus.' "

    He also noted that the film is "so pertinent now, because 'Spartacus' was
    about freedom, and freedom is something very precious that we always
    have to be fighting for."

    Outside on the red carpet, the mood was upbeat. Three fans of
    "Spartacus" were dressed as Roman legionnaires.

    Douglas said he felt like a "movie fan" just watching Nicholson, Eastwood,
    Lansbury and the others. "I tell you, I'm really excited and glad to be a
    part of it."

    When Eastwood was answering questions put to him by a line of reporters,
    Douglas came up behind him and joked: "Don't believe a word he says."

    Eastwood turned and broke into a wide grin. "It's Spartacus talking!"

    Hedren flew in from Europe for the event. She said she believes "The Birds"
    remains a frightening movie because "the thought of all of the birds of the
    world banding together and deciding to take over the world. . . we wouldn't
    have a chance. It's a pretty frightening thought."

    She said Hitchcock was not only her director but also her drama coach
    since "The Birds" was her first movie. "It was amazing to have that kind
    of support."

    Hedren noted that in the scene in which the birds come down the
    chimney, "We thought that they would come down the chimney and fly
    all over and they didn't. They sat on the hearth and they sat on the
    coffee table and the arm of the chair. I think it was the first time I saw
    Mr. Hitchcock kind of stunned, as in 'What do we do now?' So, we did
    that whole scene and there were no birds there at all. Once it was edited
    and put together, it went over to Disney and they put the birds in."

    Reiner has probably been asked a million times about the famous fake
    orgasm scene in "When Harry Met Sally. . . ." Inevitably, the question
    was put to him again Wednesday night. He noted that Meg Ryan "was
    a little nervous about doing it at first because she was in front of
    strangers and crew members. . . . I actually sat down and showed her
    what I thought the scene would be." And didn't that prove embarrassing,
    pounding the table in ecstasy with his mother right there on set, he added.

    Shire was asked about the challenges she faced in "Rocky." She noted
    that since Rocky Balboa was such an extraordinary character, she wanted
    to make her character simple and make it a "perfect partnering, if I could."

    Howard Stringer, the chief executive of Sony Corp. and chairman of the
    AFI's board of trustees, said selecting the movies for the night's event
    meant "you had to marry the movie with the star who was available.

    "Steven Spielberg was out filming and I'd loved to have had him here for
    any number of movies," he said. "So, we picked movies where actors were
    around and nobody turned us down."

    Does Lansbury think there will be great movies to honor 40 years from
    now? "Probably not," she said. "We're going to run out of the desire to
    make movies the way we do now. We're going to use different techniques,
    everything we do will be faster and cheaper and we won't have the great
    stars. We don't have the great stars anymore, I'm sorry, except for maybe
    a handful." She looked around the red carpet and added: "Well, a few of
    us oldies are still around."


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    WB in Shampoo, now that was a fine looking man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palermo View Post
    WB in Shampoo, now that was a fine looking man!
    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsV8Jdrxbho[/YOUTUBE]
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    thanks for that clip, i'm gonna have to watch that movie now. i didn't know movies were so umm dirty in the seventies lol. i guess i'm thinking of the fifties.


    poor angela lansbury. i would cry if i could only get mother roles to hot guys hehe.

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    How cute!

    Does anyone have the full size of the group shot? Hate to say it, but Billy Crystal looks terrible. He's always tried to puff his hair up and up as it recedes. Embrace the baldness, you've earned it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lurkur View Post


    How cute!

    Does anyone have the full size of the group shot? Hate to say it, but Billy Crystal looks terrible. He's always tried to puff his hair up and up as it recedes. Embrace the baldness, you've earned it!
    No, not a full size. These are all the (allowed) group pix I could find.
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    Warren was hott in the day...okay..tell me I am not the only one who thought of "penis" when I read old smoothies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    Damn, that is Dustin Hoffman isn't it? I didn't even realize it. That picture is funny.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    That's good stuff.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    My favorite Hollywood couple. Ever!

    Kirk was/is vain. He always worked out to stay fit and trim. He shouldn't have had a face lift. In fact, if men are going to do anything, they should get neck jobs only. Leave the eyes alone...a la Redford. Ya didn't have to do it Bob.

    Stallone's face I just don't get. He was lopsided in his youth and it worked for him. Now he's lopsided in the other direction. Clint is so thin, I'm glad he wasn't pulled up to his forehead.

    Warren. In a heartbeat. To me, that's what 70 looks like. Same age as a my father who is a good looking guy with a full head of hair, but naturally his neck is loose, only a few wrinkles, trim everywhere except for a paunch. These guys have lasted a long time looking gooood.
    Quote Originally Posted by VenusInFauxFurs View Post
    God, I love Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman together.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
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    How cute!

    Does anyone have the full size of the group shot? Hate to say it, but Billy Crystal looks terrible. He's always tried to puff his hair up and up as it recedes. Embrace the baldness, you've earned it!
    Visit the Hot Guys section. I posted a hilarious interview clip with
    Warren and Dustin from 1987 in the Warren Beatty thread!
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    Warren is beautiful.
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