Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway: This week's three gorgeous covers


Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway’s new romance, Love & Other Drugs, is arguably the sexiest movie of the year. Throughout the R-rated comedic drama (in theaters Nov. 24), they reveal nearly every inch of their enviably toned bodies. So it makes sense that their photo shoot for this week’s cover of EW would be equally steamy. In fact, the duo’s flesh-baring photo session was so sensual that we decided to put out three separate covers.

Photographer James White, who shot Gyllenhaal and Hathaway in New York, says the costars had an easy rapport. “I thought they’d be a little more tense about it than they were, but it was surprisingly low-key.” he says. “I guess after making a movie like that with each other, it’s not too big of a deal.”

During our interview, Gyllenhaal and Hathaway (who played husband and wife in 2005’s Brokeback Mountain), dish on their intense sex scenes in the film. “There is that revoltingly embarrassing moment when you have to take your clothes off in front of strangers,” says Hathaway. “I mean, I don’t go to the beach in a bikini for a reason. So I thought, ‘Okay, I’m going to be in control. I’m going to do everything properly, disrobe at the last minute, and in between shots get the clothes back on.’ But then I found that every time I put my robe back on, it rubbed all the body makeup off, and that added 20 minutes to filming. As with all things in life, the second you stop making it about you and you make it about everyone else, it just got, dare I say, fun.” Gyllenhaal also spilled one interesting bit of trivia about the tape that kept certain modesty-preserving patches from falling off: “It supposedly was the same tape that they used on Pirates of the Caribbean to keep everybody’s wigs on.”

For more on Jake and Anne, including how they got in the mood to film their sex scenes, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands November 19th.

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  • nodnarb

    Does it come in a brown wrapper?

    • jasper

      who cares. prude.

      • UGH

        Don’t get too many jokes, do you?

      • jasper

        i get funny jokes. not stupid ones. UGH!!!!!!!! UGH!!!!! UGH!!!! are you 12? do you text your bff all day long?

      • under the bridge

        jasper = sad angry troll

      • Karl

        Methinks jasper just had to think too hard to get the humor and made his primitive brain hurt. Maybe when the sunlight pierces his eyes the first time he escapes his mother’s basement it will trigger some sort of intelligence in his tiny brain.

      • UGH


      • jasper

        please. you all wish you could handle this.

      • UGH

        Handle this? Are you one of those 700 pound obese persons who have to wash themselves with a rag on a stick?

      • bclark78

        Jasper was dropped on his head as a baby. It ruined his sense. Sense of humor, timing, manners and most importantly, the common variety of sense.

      • Spencer Whifflebottom

        Jasper the unfriendly jerk – The unfriendliest jerk you know…

      • Brianna

        Poor Taylor Swift :( !!!!!!!!!!!! Just kiddin! ;) :)

      • TaylorsNextSong

        Taylor is gonna make a song about this situation! She is going to name the song Hathaway!

      • rachel

        I agree with jasper, who cares….we saw nothing on those pics

    • LOL

      I just spanked it for a second time. Can’t wait for SNL.

    • mrswaide

      Not a prude but I do let my daughters 9 and 11 take turns checking the mail box. I’ll check it myself for the next couple of days…

      • john wallace

        why do we need this sort of horrid filth? this country is in serious need of a serious overhaul and the palins are just sarah enough to do it. Palin/o’donnell in 2012! praise jesus!

      • Woodchuck

        @John Wallace-

        I can’t tell if you’re being serious or not…if this is sarcasm, bravo. If it’s not, do you really think Sarah Palin could take care of this “horrid filth” in the media? Do you really think the president has some sort of control over Hollywood? If you do, you’re horribly ignorant.

      • Katyo

        I have a feeling that “the palins are just sarah enough to do it” indicates john wallace was not being serious. At least, I really hope he wasn’t. Either way, it’s a hilarious statement that I may have to use in future.

  • UGH

    #2 is too Julia Robertsish.

    • M

      There’s nothing wrong with that; Julia Roberts is gorgeous!

    • Tori

      She’s always reminded me of Julia Roberts.

    • Kay

      I say Teri Hatcher more than Julia Roberts… but I could see either.

      • Clark

        I say across between my left and right ass cheek

      • wrangler003

        I say Michael Jackson

    • Chick Digger

      She is prettier than Julia Roberts It was an oxymoron casting Roberts in “Pretty Woman”. She looks like her brother Eric in drag. I haven’t paid any attention to Roberts since. Anne Hathaway has a warmer quality to her.

      • Stosh

        I prefer Emma Roberts! Yum!

  • Karl


    • Matt

      “What’s going on in there?” “Uh, nothing… just looking at Entertainment Weekly”

      • yawn

        You guys should out her 2005 movie “Havoc”. *hint* *hint*

      • Karl

        My poor remote.

    • Rabbit

      *facepalm* Guys…..you just reinforced that guy Jasper’s comment. *sigh*

  • M

    Jake Gyllenhaal is sex on a stick! YOWZA!!!

    • WTF?

      Too bad he’s going the douche route by dating Taylor Swift.

      • GossipGal

        He isn’t dating her.

      • adriana

        true! true!

    • Cris

      Jake Gyllenhaal is on the cover?

  • Karate Pants

    Wow, thanks for making my coffee table all porny for Thanksgiving. Best cover ever.

    • Hellena Handbaskit

      now THAT’s the best comment so far.

    • Will

      “Porny” is now the word of the day. Thank you Karate Pants.

    • Skip182

      too bad they already chose the word of the year…

    • Glory

      A real pornucopia of…ah, forget it. I like “porny” better.

  • MrSitcom

    Very Sexy…but I’m not sure about nakedness on the cover is the best idea for this type of magazine. I’m not a prude…just a dad with some young ones in the house.

    • Agreed

      I’m FAR from being a prude, but EW always came across as a bit of a “family” or “clean” magazine…this is something I’d see on Rolling Stone.

      • Rebecca

        They are no more naked than the Dixie Chicks cover a few years back. Did you hide that one from your kids?

      • DS

        This cover is actually far from rolling stone … Remember the True Blood cover? All naked and bloody? And, this isn’t even as bad as say the Ryan Reynolds cover EW had awhile back. This shot doesn’t show Jake at all and Anne is pretty covered … Showing less than some red carpet dresses of some. I do think tho that perhaps #2 is the least inappropriate – not quite as sensual because laughing & smiling.

      • Becca

        That’s because they’re obviously inspired or copycating the Rolling Stone with the True Blood actors on it.
        That’s the first thing I thought.

      • DS

        If you had actually seen the True Blood Rolling Stone cover you wouldn’t be saying that EW is inspired by or copycatting that cover with the Jake & Anne cover in any way. That is absurb, as the Jake & Anne cover is nothing like that RS cover at all (whole bodies vs hardly waist up and Anne is actually covering herself not having Jake cover her and that is just for starters . . . don’t even get me started on the blood). Sometimes I question people’s powers of observation. While I actually appreciate other opinions and try not to rip into people like some, think a little harder next time, Becca.

    • tarc

      I’m confused…. you children have bodies, right? You and your wife have bodies, right? It’s not like they are ACTUALLY naked or anything – totally PG.

      • MrSitcom

        Confused!? Turn on the brain…it works sometimes. I could explain, but it would be stating the obvious to most.

      • Nicole

        @Mr. Sitcom – But I see his point. I made the same point below; what is wrong with a couple embracing each other? Nothing scandalous is showing. It’s just a really lovely image. I think people are far too sensitive about what they think will scandalize children.

      • MrSitcom

        Must not be parents. No…there isn’t actual intercourse in this picture. But it is designed and shot and put on the cover, because it’s sexy. My 4 and 6 year old don’t know what sex is yet. Again, they aren’t having sex on the cover, but my kids don’t normally see two adults standing around naked. Should they start doing that? Is it okay for adults to hold them that way naked too? My kids aren’t old enough to know that actors play roles. They think it’s all real. “They aren’t really naked in this picture” doesn’t compute to my young ones yet. The picture implies it if they aren’t. But not even you know that for sure. My kids would see them naked on the cover, and if they see this type of stuff often enough they might assume that’s the norm. I don’t want to raise my kids as a trailer trash person that appears on Jerry Springer because they think getting naked any old time with anybody is the norm. Sex sells. That’s why it’s on the cover. EW does it from time to time. Always thought it was a little out of place for this particular magazine that sits out in the “family” room. I wouldn’t think twice about it being on the cover of Maxim or other such magazines. Is it so wrong to question? I didn’t even say the picture or it being on the cover was wrong…just said I wasn’t sure it was the best idea. Strike me down for having such a thought. Should children be allowed to bring this cover to school and use it as a book cover on their 1st grade reader? If not, why not? According to your logic, there is no reason why they shouldn’t be able to. Geez. Are people really this clueless?

      • FairyDust

        As a parent, I feel like coming to MrSitcom’s defense. It’s a tricky issue. Most children would probably be surprised, curious, or confused to see a picture nude adults in a very sensual embrace. Though I don’t want my children to think adults loving each other or being intimate is dirty or wrong, it’s not really appropriate for young eyes though MOST issues of EW are. That’s why this is controversial (which I suspect is what they were going for). I will be stashing mine when it comes in the mail, despite the fact that I do normally allow my 9-year-old to thumb through it.
        We could say this magazine was intended for adults anyway, but with the Glee, Twilight, and Harry Potter coverage, it’s probably appealling to a younger set than it once did – and there’s a very fine line between that set and the slightly younger set that would be confused by this imagery.

      • Cara

        OMG…MrSitcom…take a seat. Calm down. It’ll be alright. I swear I do not understand people???? There really is nothing wrong with this cover. And….get this….the people who PAY for an EW subscription are adults. I, for one, like this cover and have a PAID subscription. Maybe your kids shouldn’t be reading this magazine at all? I know I don’t want this magazine aimed at 4 and 6 year-olds. I’d cancel my subscription. I’m not saying I want EW to look like Playgirl or anything, but, I also don’t want to see Elmo on the cover.

      • viddingwithkyle

        MrSitcom, this may be stating the obvious but why don’t you just not buy this issue? There’s no law that says you must buy Entertainment Weekly and I doubt that anything in that magazine is life or death information. If you have a problem with the cover, there is no reason you need it in your house.

      • TO MR SITCOM

        MR SITCOM, you’ve made like 50 posts about this… how about you take some of your EW.com commenting time and re-allocate it to parenting?

        Like explaining to your kids that they can not hug naked adults and whatever other adorable questions they might ask that you will never know because you’re trolling the net…. just saying.

      • OhioGirl

        MrSitcom – As a parent, I agree w/ what you said. I have to add that I am really tired of nonsensical Americans w/ no morals.

      • Teri

        Spoken like someone who has no children

      • Nicole

        @Mr. Sitcom – My comment was considerate and simply made an opposing point to yours. Then you basically tell me I have trailer trash values, not to mention you go down a rabbit hole of “logic” to presume that if your child saw this cover they would then assume that it would be alright for an adult to hold THEM in such a manner. I think you might be slightly insane, so I don’t even know why I’m bothering with this response, other than to say: please spare me with the “you must not have children” line. Not all parents are moralistic puritans like yourself. And you don’t have to have a child to judge what may or may not harm them.

        Have you ever seen or read Carrie? Because that’s what happens when someone is raised in an environment where nudity, sex and love are forbidden. They become telekinetic devil-monsters. It’s science. Just saying.

      • jared4ever

        As a Canadian I’m always amazed at Americans like Mr. Sitcom. The same guy that will probably let his kids watch people killing each other on TV and buy them a bb gun or that violent video game for Christmas won’t allow them to see 2 lovely people sharing an embrace in a very tasteful way.

      • Katie

        i agree with tarc. you know being so prudish about the human body just perpetuates all of the body image issues. people are making it something to be ashamed of. this country is terrified of sex, and it is ridiculous. it is about teaching your children healthy perceptions of the human body. there is nothing pornographic about it.

      • No One Particular

        @Mr.Sitcom…I am a parent of a tween boy and another boy just a few years younger. Your kids never see you naked? Heck, when my kids were younger they would take a shower w/either my husband or I, now they will do so with my husband if we are camping or whatnot. Sure, I wear a robe out of the shower, but if they were to walk in before then, I wouldn’t freak out and it wouldn’t bother them…my tween would surely just make a joke and walk out. Why? Because naked bodies are natural…like someone else here said, Americans are all to quick to be okay with violence but not nudity. I will not shelter my kids from this cover and if they ask, we will talk about it…it is called parenting proactively to raise children to be successful adults.

      • ani

        wha wha? tween boys should not be seeing their mother naked. and showering with parents is also kinda weird to me, esp when children are over 4…Children being comfortable with nudity does not equal proactive parenting. In fact, you should be teaching them about privacy and respecting their own natural modesty (yes, there is an innate aspect to it, and there is a psychology behind it).

      • No One Particular

        @ani, that was my point…if he walks in before I have put on a robe, it is no big deal, because nudity is no big deal. However, it is not the norm…sure, we showered w/them when they were younger and if necessary they still will now still shower w/their father, but they are taught that it is proper to be in clothing, but if it happens that he sees a naked person…male or female, there is no big deal. I was taught just the oppposite growing up…there was NO WAY a person in my home should ever see someone naked, far too much privacy and secrecy, as a result, all 3 of my parents children suffered body image issues, and a sibling suffered a somewhat serious health issue…why? Because her body was private, not to be shared…and when there was only my dad around, she kept it to herself. People need to know the body is nothing to be afraid of, embarrassed of, etc. And this cover is an example of that fact.

      • No One Particular

        One other follow-up, my oldest son walked up behind while I was reading through this…his comment ‘hey, that is the guy from Prince of Persia, cool’ and just kept walking…funny, the fact that neither of them appears to be wearing clothes did not even come up. Why? Because it isn’t a big deal…lots of hoopla over something that shouldn’t matter.

    • Sue

      Then put the magazine in your bathroom and don’t put it in a place where your children can access it? Good lord the solution is simple

      • MrSitcom

        Um…I won’t show it to the children. Good lord…that wasn’t even the point of my post. My point was…EW doesn’t usually use sex to sell. It’s not a sex magazine. Most people keep this one in the family room or waiting rooms. Of course I can hide it from the little ones view. Geez Good lord…not comprehend much?

      • viddingwithkyle

        How many EW covers have you seen? They’ve done plenty of sexy covers. This is a magazine intended for young adults. Using sex to sell is their number one priority.

      • Will

        It’s pretty tasteful Mr. Sitcom. The movies called “Love and Other Drugs” from what I’ve seen in the trailer, this cover is an accurate depiction of the movies subject matter. Would have preferred the two laying in a pile of Viagra pills, because that’s the other route they could have gone.

      • Marty

        We will find out in a month or two it’s all CGI’d, so don’t worry.

    • Templar

      Geez, take your kids to a museum or gallery that displays Greek or Roman art . If they are exposed to the beauty of classic sculpture and paintings from an early age, they will grow up with an appreciation of the human form and skip all the tee-hee attitude of the culturally deprived.

      • whatevs

        Would you people allow someone to have an opinion for crying out loud? What is wrong with everyone that they have to jump down someone’s throat because they think this cover isn’t the best idea?? I really can’t believe the intolerance of people.

      • Angeleen

        I see your point, but I disagree with one thing; at age 4 and 6 they do understand ‘pretend’ and should be told as such.

        There is only so much censoring we can do as parents, as you pointed out, there’s waiting rooms, billboards, commercials and the like. The sooner we let kids in on the fact that tv, magazines, movies etc. are pretend the better.

        Let’s give them the skills to identify the issues themselves.

        Not that I’d promote showing them this cover, just that there will be teaching opportunities to explain these things and we should embrace them not shy away from them.

      • Vince from NYC

        I agree with Templar. In Europe nudity is shown on regular family programming. I’m not sure why this country is so scared of a little nip here and there. Remember the Janet Jackson debacle. It seems silly. We’re way more open to exposing our children to violence than anything sexual or that could be viewed as sexual. Oh no Skin! How terrible. I can see that youg lady’s shoulders! Maybe if people were exposed to this kind of stuff at a younger age there wouldn’t be so much sneaking around later in life (teenage years).Maybe if more people were open about sex with their kids , offspring would feel easier talking about it with their parents, hence less misconceptions hence fewer teenage pregnancies, stds etc.

    • amit

      But it doesn’t show anything that you need to hide from your kids (I’m a mom too). All you can see are two beautiful people hugging. Naked, but not showing anything.

    • Strepsi

      I love this new thing in America to not want to see something because YOU don’t know how to explain it to YOUR kids. Narcissists.

      • noelbelle

        more like lazy

      • Bella

        Another foreginer hating the USA for being ON TOP. Dont like it? STAY OUT. OF course, well bail your sorry ass out AGAIN like we always do next time you come cryin. Keep your damn opinions to youreself.

      • No One Particular

        Agree with both Strepsi and Noelbelle!
        Bella, I am an American, born and raised, but Americans are fast becoming the laziest most self centered parents…poor kids. As a mom, I often make the comment that parenting isn’t always easy, but it is those tough discussions that make it the best job around. I can pick out a kid from lazy self absorbed parents without ever meeting the parents.

      • Stephanie

        Bella-The fact of the matter is Europe has less teen pregnancies and a lower percentage of STD’s than the United States. That has nothing to do with “hating America-” thats just a fact-one many attribute to their openness about sex. And Im a US born citizen as well (not that that even matter). So keep YOUR damn opinion to yourself.

    • Alexis

      Mr. Sitcom, as a mother I agree with you. It’s not about shielding my 5 year old from the reality of sex, it’s about not having it shoved down her throat every where we turn.

      I just love the intolerance of others on here. This man is entitled to his opinion. If you all like sharing every sexual magazine, movie and tv show with your kids that’s your perogative. The man clearly supports sex…he has 2 kids! He just doesn’t like seeing a magazine he’s subscribed to promote it on their front cover. You people seriously need to calm down.

      • Zombie Daria

        why are parents letting their kids read EW???

      • Roger

        Looks to me that you are the one with your panties in a bind.

      • Rebecca

        If there is too much nudity on these covers, don’t take your kids to see the new Harry Potter. There is literally the exact same amount of nudity in part 1 of The Deathly Hallows as there is on this cover.

    • prashantha

      pls send me good msz

    • Caracticus

      This is what we call a “teachable moment”. When your kids see this stuff and ask questions, here’s what you should do. ANSWER THEIR QUESTIONS.

      It’s called parenting. It’s harder when kids DO ask questions than when they DON’T ask questions. I can see how you would want to hide ANYTHING from your kids that make them do that horrible thing like known as “asking questions”.

      Why to heterosexuals get to have children without first taking training courses and applying for a license? They’re so unqualified.

    • Bella

      He just made a statement…An ADULT one, unlike some of these other yahoos.
      I think the covers alright for kids. The bigger deal you make of it, the bigger deal it will become.

  • LOL

    I don’t think this movie will do well

  • Jen

    Does this movie not have ANY other selling points to market besides the nude scenes?

    • Julie

      It probably does, and those things are probably talked about in the actual article. This post is talking about the cover.

      • Jen

        I guess I didn’t explain my point well. ALL of the marketing of this movie has been about the nude scenes. The poster? “Look! We’re naked!” The trailer? “Look! We get naked!” Every interview on every talk show? “Go see it; we get naked!” Now this cover.

      • viddingwithkyle

        I have to agree with Jen. I dont know anything about this movie except that they get naked a lot.

    • Rush

      Well there is Oliver Platt, he’s always a funny side-kick.

      • BrownTae

        Will he be naked??? If he is, I’ll go see the movie. ;)

    • DS

      I know what you mean. All the billing for nakedness kind of makes me want to steer clear but it seems like sex sells everything these days. I remember when Prince of Persia was coming out & no one could talk about anything other than Jake’s chest. But I decided to see the movie anyway and, guess what, Jake had his shirt off once! Now in this movie I think we will definitely see the nakedness everyone is talking about but what they aren’t saying really is that the nakedness actually serves a purpose for this movie and it isn’t like gratuitous horror flick nakedness … I think this movie is supposed to be about a couple who are much more comfortable being physically naked than being emotionally naked. I hope people get it and it speaks to the heart but somehow, inevitably, you will get the people who only care about seeing the physical nakedness.

    • Hellena Handbaskit

      There’s the old adage that “sex sells.” Apparently it does or it wouldn’t be causing such a stir.

      Just be happy it’s Jack and Anne naked. It could be Roseanne and Tom Arnold naked. Which would be a travesty.

    • Rain388

      I thought the same thing Jen! I’ve yet to see or read anything about the movie that tells me what it’s about – other than Jake and Anne getting nekkid all the time. Not that I’m complaining – they’re both gorgeous, but I’d like to know what the plot is about too!

  • Julie

    I, for one, am glad to see some new people on EW’s cover. Very tired of covers involving Twilight, or TV shows I don’t watch, or Angelina Jolie and/or Johnny Depp. I’m actually excited to read this cover story, and I can’t remember the last time I felt that way about EW.

    As for the “nakedness” . . . you can’t actually see anything “forbidden” in these photos. If you’re worried about your kids seeing it, make a point of not leaving it lying around.

    • Nicole

      Same, same, same and same. Yep, I agree with everything you said. Besides; if parents don’t want thier kids to see a couple lovingly embracing with no naughty bits showing, I think that’s a sign of priorities being out of whack.

      Can’t wait to see this movie and get my issue in the mail. Kind of hope I get #2 – it’s pretty adorable.

      • @Nicole

        #2 is the best, hands down – they didn’t need to do three covers.

    • Brian

      I agree with everything except I think #1 is the best. It conveys a very strong emotional connection.

    • MrSitcom

      I won’t leave it around for the kids to see. Just not the norm for EW to have nakedness on the cover. It’s not that type of magazine. Maxim is.

      • Mary


      • MrSitcom

        Do you know what that word means? I am a prude for pointing out a “fact”? Okay. In your world fact pointing = prude. I’ll send my kindergartner to school with it for show and tell tomorrow too.

      • MJ

        whoaaah chill out! If you’re so outraged what the hell are you still doing here?

      • k

        I agree with Mr. Sitcom. I get your point. Most people who read this mag are at most about 25, so they won’t get it. I wouldn’t take them too seriously.

      • Lo

        I’m im in my twenties and I agree with Mr. Sitcom as well. I thinks its crazy how people are so quick to jump down his throat just because he doesn’t want his young children to see images like that. Seriously, it seems to me like he’s just doing what’s best for his children and I really don’t see what’s wrong with that…

  • coffeedog

    @M: Would Anne Hathaway be sex on a stick, technically speaking?


    • Rabbit

      Oh, that’s terrible!! *still laughing, though*

  • Rolo Tomasi

    Just another generic formula movie.

  • Miss Talk

    I guess one sweet day, he’ll get tired of running after tiny blondies and marry this girl.
    If she let him come that close of her b-bage more than two times (brokeback and this one) , there sure is a reason. And it has nothing to do with “artistry”. Go get her, Jack.

    • @Miss Talk

      Uh, I don’t think she’s his type either…

      • Zoot

        Isn’t he messing around with Miley Cyrus now?

      • @Zoot

        Well, I don’t think so, but that’s not at all what I meant.

      • Danelle

        His name is Jake and he’s reportedly dating Taylor Swift.

      • @Danielle

        Taylor Swift is a professional beard.

    • Brit

      I saw them on Today this morning and they have such great chemistry. Maybe they should give it a shot.

      • cameobrooch

        Great chemistry…like Will & Grace had great chemistry…

      • @cameobrooch

        Exactly. At least someone gets it!

      • DS

        I don’t really understand people’s desire to call an actor they don’t like gay and to cut down everyone. If you don’t like them then that must mean that they are gay or only have a girlfried for a “beard” (I really dislike that expression). Or, just because an actor has chemistry with an actress but they aren’t actually together must mean he’s gay. Or, an actor played a gay role so he must be gay in real life. I just don’t get it. Expand your horizons people and don’t just namecall, it’s mean and small-minded.

      • @DS

        Not being used as insult.

    • Danelle


  • Rush

    Anne is hot, but Tobey needs to leave.

    Oh I’m sorry that’s Jake.

    • Max

      Get out and stop trolling.
      Jake is three times the actor Tobey will ever be.

    • Brenda Barrett

      I can’t be the only one who thinks Anne Hathaway is hideously ugly. The cover shot where her giant eyes are closed is the best one. She actually looks pretty in that shot because you can’t see her eyes or her mouth full-on.

      • Grace

        No, you ARE the only person who thinks Anne Hathaway is hideously ugly. You’re nuts.

      • Me, too

        nope, she’s not. count me in the category that thinks hathaway’s trollish.

      • whatevs

        I gotta agree with you, I thought I was the only one. Her face scares me.

      • sally

        She looks like a cartoon character.

  • Pablo

    dumb cover. my mailman must think i’m gay with this cover and all the twilight/glee ones

    • Bedc01

      Yeah, what an evil mailman…

    • Rush

      Only if he’s also delivering Cosmo to you.

    • FairyDust

      No, it’s OUT magazine that makes him think you’re gay.

      • Cate


    • Strepsi

      I love that you define your level of confidence in your sexuality by the hypothetical view of your mailman. Grow a spine. Oh, and P.S. your mailman IS gay.

    • M

      Right, because a magazine with a heterosexual naked couple on the cover would make someone think its recipient is gay… idiot.

  • Bounce

    Saw the preview for this movie last night, can’t wait to see it!

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