Since fabulous George Takei managed to shame the entire male population aged 18 to 80 with his push-ups show live at Conan, every journalist and every entertainment website jumped around screaming, as ladies, you seem to have forgotten that you may wipe an invisible drool (it’s quite visible, don’t you worry about that, we all know it’s there) every time social media waves and flashes before your eyes some photos of Ryan Gosling or Tom Hiddleston or another young and fresh piece of superstar, but it’s the old ones that truly have the hots, while some of them still have the stamina, while a surprising bunch of actors got better with age.
So who wouldn’t want to date them, the old gods, instead of the new ones? There was a time when you could ask a woman who’s her favorite mature guy she secretly dreams of, and they would all tell you without blinking: Sean Connery. Former Mr. Bond had indeed enticed the imagination of many generations of women, but since time doesn’t stand still, some of the young ones you were so infatuated with 10 – 15 years ago…reached themselves a certain age. So, ladies? Hate them, hate them, wouldn’t want to date them? Let’s see six male stars that got better with age.
1. George Clooney doesn’t have an age
Mark my words, ladies, your daughters will have the same hots for him just as you did for Connery. What can we say? He is indeed a hot guy. Over fifty and according to the rumors, still a bachelor and not soon to change his Facebook status otherwise. Which is bad for the guys, actually. We will keep on sleeping with one eye open, while the ladies will check him and a few others in the category “would want to date them before it’s too late.”
2. Chris Noth definitely got better with age
Many men out there may have hated the guts of the Sex and the City show because it taught you ladies a lot of bad things (ready for ducking flowing rocks any time now) but in all fairness, Mr. Noth is a subject of envy for the guys and some moans for the gals, as he doesn’t seem to develop a beer belly (quite common among men almost 60) and that is just not fair…
3. Lenny Kravitz looks age in the eyes and spits on it
This guy would make even the Highlander get green in jealousy, but time seems to be on the musician’s side. And he couldn’t just stick to music, he had to show up in movies too, which left the entire male populace poorer with at least one hope of surviving the 49 – 50 barrier. And in ten years from now, he will still be on the list of male stars who got better with age.
4. Sting actually gets younger
This Police-man seems to defy all logic, physics and natural laws when it comes to looks and charms. He makes easily any top ten hotties almost 60 years old and who wouldn’t want to date them? Or at least a few of them, anyway, Sting in front and center? Men secretly wish that one day Sting will share with them all the formula of the “forever young, hot and slim” potion he is taking.
5. Brad Pitt will look even better in another 50 years
The Gen – Y female representatives may not remember him well (if at all) in his first years of career, when he showed up in the iconic movie Thelma and Louise looking like the male version of the Playboy bunny, only to turn out not only a great actor, but also a hot stud? Guys everywhere are planning to rioting against him, not because he personally ruined their chances with Angelina Jolie, but because he is still making their girlfriends sigh. Imagine your daughters sighing in another ten years, ladies and gentlemen.
6. Johhny Depp is immortal. Period
Let’s hear it ladies, you all know he is somehow immortal and getting even better with age, just like wine, isn’t it? Well, we have to give you that, Captain Sparrow seems to actually getting younger, in spite of the fact that he reached fifty years old. But as the situation looks, he will be around long enough to fuel your dreams.
Now let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to date these five male stars that got better with age? And others equally better looking at 50 or at 60 or at 70 years old? For the gentlemen, there is only one advice if they want to make up for the lost time: follow Mr. Takei’s example: 100 push – ups a day, get famous, get rich and get brilliantly funny. The rest will come too…