LaunchPad - February 2012 - (Page 42)

STAR STRUCK Classic/Current THEN Ever notice how some of today’s hottest on-screen men bear a striking resemblance to great acting pros of the past? We round up our forever faves and their modern-day counterparts— proof positive that good haircuts never go out of style. —Alyson Osterman-Kerr Gregory Peck Jimmy Stewart James Dean Cary Grant The man who played Atticus Finch was best known for his tremendous stature and classic good looks, often playing the part of the hero. Hollywood’s go-to star was the dream guy next door, often portraying an average—albeit good-looking—Joe thrust into harrowing situations. The rebel without a cause had the moody angst persona down pat—and captured the hearts of teens across America. Hitchcock’s leading man often played the role of the handsome but incorrigible bachelor. NOW Henry Cavill Armie Hammer Robert Pattinson George Clooney Clean-cut Cavill demonstrated his heroism in Immortals and is set to star as the Man of Steel in an upcoming flick. Hammer’s slicked back ’do denotes his old-fashioned charm, and he’s no stranger to quickening pulses. Who could forget the Winklevoss twins’ nail-biting lawsuit in The Social Network? While the Twilighter has brooding down to a science (both on- and off-screen), it’s his ability to cause a tween frenzy wherever he goes that makes him a modern-day Dean. Clooney is a handsome but incorrigible bachelor, and even bears a striking resemblance to Grant. ONLINE Learn how to achieve Henry Cavill’s studly look on your clients by checking out 42 2.12 Then: Gregory: Silver Screen Collection; Jimmy: Clarence Sinclair Bull; James: Michael Ochs Archives; Cary: John Kobal Foundation; all Moviepix. Now: Henry: Jordan Strauss/WireImage; Armie: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic; Robert: Fred Duval/FilmMagic; George: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of LaunchPad - February 2012

LaunchPad - February 2012
Editor's Notebook
In Touch
Runway Report
Star Struck
First Look
First Person
Inside Story
Brand New
Color Lab
Tool Talk
20 Questions
Salon of the Month
Beauty 911
Saving Face
Quick Tips
Only Hue
Free Launch
Dry Spell
The Devil's in the Details
Advertiser Index
Look of the Month

LaunchPad - February 2012