Paul Rudd

Paul Rudd Undresses for Rolling Stone


Now there's something to feast your eyes on.
(source: he who laughs)

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  1. He had me at Clueless.. *sigh*

    Posted by: jase | Oct 12, 2006 3:25:52 PM

  2. I'd hit that in a heartbeat.

    Posted by: CF | Oct 12, 2006 3:42:53 PM

  3. He's such a sexy little monkey. Grrrrr...

    Posted by: Joe | Oct 12, 2006 3:43:10 PM

  4. Me, too, Jase. I wanted to be the stunt double for Alicia Silverstone. B*tch.

    I so want to grab that sheet and yank.

    Posted by: Gary | Oct 12, 2006 3:44:03 PM

  5. He's extremely likable. He's handsome enough to be in movies yet real enough to be invited into my bed.

    His has been a very slow burning career to date.

    Posted by: steve | Oct 12, 2006 3:53:13 PM

  6. Is he straight or gay (in the real world)?

    Wish New York men looked like this. Everywhere here has their eyebrows plucked within an inch of their life and a shine to them that comes from too many spray on tans.

    Bring back the manly men!!

    Posted by: Martin C. | Oct 12, 2006 3:55:22 PM

  7. Holy crap! This picture moved me to post my first comment. I, too, have been a fan since "Clueless." Boy, is he hot.

    Posted by: Larry | Oct 12, 2006 3:57:36 PM

  8. Just want to add my 2 cents to Joe's comment: HE IS A SEXY MONKEY. YES! I want to BE the sheet.

    Posted by: dave | Oct 12, 2006 4:02:42 PM

  9. Whew. Hot photo. I have had a crush on him since Clueless. He was the only redeeming part of that film. Thanks for the birthday present Andy.

    Posted by: Brad | Oct 12, 2006 4:02:56 PM

  10. um, his career has been fine. he hasn't been leading man, but then, that was never really his role. He was great in anchor man.

    Posted by: chrisnyc | Oct 12, 2006 4:04:07 PM

  11. I saw him Off Broadway in the play "Bash" with Calista Flockhart, and talked to him after the show. He is really sexy in person and was a really nice guy. I would so hit that, anytime!

    Posted by: wtf | Oct 12, 2006 4:14:43 PM

  12. "I so want to grab that sheet and yank."

    Makes me just want to yank.

    Posted by: Ed | Oct 12, 2006 4:25:04 PM

  13. Chin up! Young Person is all I can think.

    Posted by: Blair | Oct 12, 2006 4:26:38 PM

  14. Oy is he cute!

    Love Jewish boys!

    Posted by: Myackie | Oct 12, 2006 4:39:11 PM

  15. you know how you would stand on the magazine section of stores flipping through magazines hoping you'd see a good picture? i was at walmart the other day and i saw this, and i was like..HOLY SHIT!

    Posted by: calvin | Oct 12, 2006 4:41:56 PM

  16. Paul Rudd is a New York man. He works more often in theatre than in movies. I was fortunate to see him in Twelth Night at Lincoln Center. Not only is he a formidable actor, he has a very large talent. He plunged naked into a pool and wore very little else at other times. He did not get the leading man roles that his skill and looks warrented. Nevertheless, he is a fine actor and a beautiful man.

    Posted by: rudy | Oct 12, 2006 4:56:32 PM

  17. Gross.

    Posted by: 000000 | Oct 12, 2006 4:57:56 PM

  18. He kinda reminds me of David Duchovny. He's got a little Mulder thing going on there on that bed. Maybe it's the pout.

    Posted by: tjc | Oct 12, 2006 5:11:24 PM

  19. What magazine is this in?

    Posted by: Vous | Oct 12, 2006 5:33:51 PM

  20. Ah never mind. I guess I should really read everything.

    Posted by: Vous | Oct 12, 2006 5:34:43 PM

  21. I agree with Rudy, he was terrific in Twelfth Night at Lincoln Center. And sooo sexy. Those boxers can lie on the floor next to my bed a-ny-time.

    Posted by: Glenn | Oct 12, 2006 7:02:14 PM

  22. Martin C.--he's married and has a kid in real life. But he's still the star of many fantasies in my head. So damn sexy. I saw him in The Shape of Things on Broadway and he's definitely a leading man in my mind.

    Posted by: Erik | Oct 12, 2006 7:16:10 PM

  23. He was great in Three Days Of Rain. But I like him even better in this.

    Posted by: Matthew Rettenmund | Oct 12, 2006 8:22:57 PM

  24. It's not just Paul Rudd that's hot, but the neo-classicism of the photograph. Depicting a model holding a mirror, gazing at (her)self, is one of the oldest portraiture conventions in the annals of Western Art. He gazes upon himself, while we scope a look at him - looking at himself & unaware of our presence. Voyeurism redoubled - this shot makes me not just look, but long to touch.

    Posted by: resurrect | Oct 12, 2006 8:49:11 PM

  25. I'd be a whore for him...

    look at those thighs!!

    Posted by: steve | Oct 12, 2006 10:57:44 PM

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