If you thought actors were obnoxious when deciding to go “method,” then get ready because Jude Law is here to take method acting to a very visceral level. While promoting his new movie Firebrand at Cannes, Jude revealed that he wore a special perfume that reeked of “blood, fecal matter, and sweat” in order to recreate the pustulous wounds of King Henry VIII, who he plays in the film. I mean… that’s gotta be an OSHA violation; where was this filmed?! But his co-star Alicia Vikander is probably thankful that he’s covering up her nose in that pic.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have been at the forefront of the “skanky relatable family” schtick ever since they revealed that they don’t bathe their kids unless they see dirt on them and Ashton only ever washes his pits and crotch. Try-hards Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard even jumped on the bandwagon and made it known that they don’t wash their kids until they stink. Well, it’s time for Mila and Ashton to double down on their grossness and begin the next conversation among odiferous people who can definitely access proper hygiene and etiquette yet still reject it. Mila says they have an “open-door policy” and keep all doors in their house open, even when they’re using the bathroom.
Joe Keery, the 29-year-old actor who is best known for playing Steve in Stranger Things, has joined the growing number of hygiene-challenged humans in Hollywood. Joe tells GQ that the secret to his “Ferris Bueller’s secret smashup with George Michael behind a Vidal Sassoon salon in 1986 after the ninth and final take for the ‘Danke Schön’ scene” hairstyle is that he never ever washes it and barely even touches it.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard went on The View together to promote their new show Family Game Night, and you bet your smelly ass they got into their marriage, kids, couples therapy, toilet etiquette, blah blah blah, so relatable! Recently Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher went on Dax’s podcast and made headlines when they admitted they only wash their kids when they see dirt on them. Meghan McCain asked Dax and Kristen for their thoughts on the issue, and they admitted that things have gotten lax. Kristen says she’s a big fan of “waiting for the stink”, which is also what Dax Shepard fans do when they line up to see any of his films.
I’m sure Ralph Lauren had to go ride the horses extra far out in the Wyoming fields this morning because his new cologne poster boy, Ansel Elgort, gave out an interview talking of his favorite smells, and one isn’t exactly the kind of thing you’d want people to associate with your new $85 an ounce whore’s bath. Sure, he likes “normal” things like fresh rosemary and fresh laundry, but he also cops to liking the dreamy, dewy scent of…the subway?