WEIRDLAND: Jake and Warren

Saturday, October 07, 2006

Jake and Warren










I got quite stirred emotionally after reading my colleague genius cinephile Arden's Warren Beatty meeting and I thought he could fit perfectly in an old-Hollywood-cinema Arden's Smolder Scale, I'll have to think in making my own current smolder scale, although only 10 rankings maybe isn't sufficient.




"If a woman says I made a pass at her, I didn't. If she says I didn't, I did." -Warren Beatty.

9 comments :

penny lane said...

Kendra, gorgeous pictures as always. Have to watch 'Splendor in the Grass' and 'Heaven Can Wait' again! Yes, Warren had those smoldering looks when he was younger. (Visited your friend's website to see who she listed as smoldering hotties. There's one or two I am not familiar with and Ralph Fiennes for some reason leaves me strangely cold.)
I don't think I have seen this particular picture of Jake and Kirsten before, by the way.

Kendra said...

The picture is from 17 September 2003, during a stroll after a lunch in London, Penny Lane. Every hottie scale is a subjective business, Ralph Fiennes is too cold and English for me, Gael Garcia Bernal is not for me, but that's a quite good list, specially the classic beaus, Mark Ruffalo and Ryan Gosling.

gr77 said...

i'm not a big fan on Warren's but i loved "splendor in the grass".very moving film and natalie wood was lovely!!

i find ralph fiennes englisness sexy as hell!!

Kendra said...

In "Splendor in the grass" I ended even more smitten with Natalie Wood than Warren's character (a bit puppet of his obnoxious dad), those torturous scenes of Natalie in the classroom/bathtub/water falls almost paralyzed my heart *sigh*

jngirl said...

I have just seen "Paris, je t'aime" and now I love Paris more and more....mmmmmmm...I recommend this movie for everyone who love Paris....but I don't know if it's good movie?

Kendra said...

Paris is always inspirational material for a film, although this isn't very good, jngirl.

jngirl said...

I could live there anyway...movie wasn't very good but was sweet and remind me that lovely place, Maggie was so pretty
some of those short stories were quite funny

Anonymous said...

Hunk in a white t-shirt.Yummy!!!

gr77 said...

i want to see "paris, je t'aime".
any movie starring both maggie and natalie must be worth it!!