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Clive Owen: GQ Magazine Awards

Clive Owen: GQ Magazine Awards

Clive Owen looks dapper at the GQ Magazine Awards 2010 at the Palace Hotel on Monday (November 22) in Madrid, Spain.

The 46-year-old actor is currently preparing to work on the upcoming HBO movie, Hemingway & Gellhorn. He will be playing Ernest Hemingway while Nicole Kidman will be playing Martha Gellhorn, one of literature’s most famous couples.

The film is a drama centered on the romance between Ernest Hemingway and WWII correspondent Martha Gellhorn, Hemingway’s inspiration for For Whom the Bell Tolls and the only woman who ever asked for a divorce from the writer.

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17 Responses to “Clive Owen: GQ Magazine Awards”

  1. 1
    Ash Says:

    this man is amazing

  2. 2
    memememe Says:

    it’s so weird how he always looks and acts like a nice person in interviews and stuff and yet i know from personal experience exactly what a total ******* he really is. I guess he really is a good actor after all.

  3. 3
    annie Says:

    Hot

  4. 4
    marq Says:

    Clive Owen brings a unique dimension to every role, such as in “Children of Men” or like his red-hot exchange with yummy-sexy Natalie Portman in “Closer”. One of his heaviest roles was in “The International”, where he represented Interpol, taking on Banksters, yet critical acclaim for that picture seems almost to have been buried.

  5. 5
    Jordyn Says:

    Good actor, good looking

  6. 6
    susiequ Says:

    @memememe:

    I agree with a lot of what you are saying. I wonder why NO one ever wonders why he is not offered a lot of roles in films. He is attractive, but something is off and I would love to know what the story is..

    It seems like Casting people will go to anyone but him.. there is a story.

  7. 7
    ellie' Says:

    Great actor.. and looks are Hot!!!

  8. 8
    ellie' Says:

    Great actor.. and looks are Hot!!!

  9. 9
    Adriana Says:

    He’s my imaginary husband! Love him so much. Sexiest man and so masculine…okay, I’m done. :)

  10. 10
    memememe Says:

    @susiequ:

    thank you for actually being objective and not being all “oh my god – don’t say bad stuff about my favourite actor cos he’s SO hot, so he must be awesome too” lol

    my sister used to go to the same school as his kids (both of them, i think – not sure) in London. I was dropping my sister off there one day and there were these kids – around 12 years old – who were going around selling raffle tickets for this big charity-fair the school was going to have and they very timidly went up to him and he just screamed at them (in front of everyone) to leave him alone, that he was really busy and that just because he was famous he couldn’t be expected to give money to just anyone.

    I kind of get his point that he isnt a walking cash-machine but come on – these were just young kids, they were in the school area so they werent exactly stalking him, all the other parents had bought a ticket and it was just 1 pound after all. And i’m sorry but there was no need to embarrass two little kids like that – in front of the other kids and parents. And there he was, storming around like “i’m an artist” and wearing his sunglasses althought there was no sun. I guess he only does charitable work when there are cameras and a red carpet and good PR to be had from it. According to my sister, the teachers never liked him that much either simply because he was such a diva.

    This was around the time that Closer was released by the way.

    Also my mum worked on the television-movies called Second Sight when he played a policeman (this was before he become known in the US) and even back then he was a grumpy, insolent, self-centred a**hole to everyone he didnt consider worth sucking up to. My mum never speaks badly about anyone but he is the one exception – mention his name and i can literally see the steam coming out from out of her ears.

  11. 11
    memememe Says:

    @susiequ:

    thank you for actually being objective and not being all “oh my god – don’t say bad stuff about my favourite actor cos he’s SO hot, so he must be awesome too” lol

    my sister used to go to the same school as his kids (both of them, i think – not sure) in London. I was dropping my sister off there one day and there were these kids – around 12 years old – who were going around selling raffle tickets for this big charity-fair the school was going to have and they very timidly went up to him and he just screamed at them (in front of everyone) to leave him alone, that he was really busy and that just because he was famous he couldn’t be expected to give money to just anyone.

    I kind of get his point that he isnt a walking cash-machine but come on – these were just young kids, they were in the school area so they werent exactly stalking him, all the other parents had bought a ticket and it was just 1 pound after all. And i’m sorry but there was no need to embarrass two little kids like that – in front of the other kids and parents. And there he was, storming around like “i’m an artist” and wearing his sunglasses althought there was no sun. I guess he only does charitable work when there are cameras and a red carpet and good PR to be had from it. According to my sister, the teachers never liked him that much either simply because he was such a diva.

    This was around the time that Closer was released by the way.

    Also my mum worked on the television-movies called Second Sight when he played a policeman (this was before he become known in the US) and even back then he was a grumpy, insolent, self-centred a**hole to everyone he didnt consider worth sucking up to. My mum never speaks badly about anyone but he is the one exception – mention his name and i can literally see the steam coming out from out of her ears.

  12. 12
    memememe Says:

    please ignore the previous comments – they werent written by the real me

  13. 13
    memememe Says:

    all the things said in the previous comments under this username were made up by someone else using my computer. I take it all back on their behalf and mean no offense. It’s all made-up and i’m really sorry to be associated with it.

  14. 14
    Marta Says:

    adore this man.

  15. 15
    Ash Says:

    Sexy older man

  16. 16
    Charo Says:

    Horse face.

  17. 17
    Zukayi Says:

    Great actor!

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