I’ve uploaded scans from the September issue of Out Magazine.
Magazine Scans > 2013 Scans > Out (September 2013)
I’ve uploaded some HQ stills from several new movies of Jimmy. And thanks again to Mauro for sending me one HQ pic from Sesame Street!
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TV Productions > Sesame Street > Promotional Stills – S42E01: Failure to Launch
After a run of playing jilted boyfriends in tights – and X-Men – James Marsden is on a roll, with turns in 2 Men, Endangered and as John F Kennedy in the Oscar-tipped The Butler
Regular visitors to Planet Cinema might be forgiven for squinting a little during the frolicsome summer confection 2 Guns. Who is that untrustworthy Naval Intelligence Officer running around after Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington? Can it really be James Marsden, the chiselled sometime X-Man, beneath that sneer and buzz-cut?
“It wasn’t just the haircut,” laughs Marsden. “It was an opportunity to do something different. And any role in a movie with Mark and Denzel is a welcome gig.” Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve uploaded the photoshoot for Out Magazine’s September issue. Thanks to Mauro for sending me HQ ones!
Photoshoot Outtakes > Magazine Outtakes > Matthias Vriens-McGrath Photoshoot for Out (September 2013)
James Marsden and Nick Frost are both in negotiations to join the cast of “Business Trip,” individuals with knowledge of the deal confirm to TheWrap.
The upcoming comedy stars Vince Vaughn and Dave Franco. Vaughn plays an American businessman whose trip to Europe is upended and devolves into amusing madness. Marsden and Frost would both take supporting roles.
Ken Scott will direct the film for New Regency, which plans to release it next year. Scott just directed Vaughn in “Delivery Man,” a DreamWorks comedy due out later this year. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve updated the photoshoot for InStyle Magazine’s September 2007 issue with HQ versions. Be sure to check them out!
Photoshoot Outtakes > Magazine Outtakes > Jonathan Skow Photoshoot for InStyle (September 2007)
Under his unspeakably handsome exterior, there lies a drama nerd with a clever plan.
Let’s get this out of the way: Does James Marsden know how good-looking he is? The answer is yes. “I know I have a face like a model,” Marsden says, half-embarrassed. “But I’m actually just a goofy drama nerd underneath.”
Take one look at Marsden and it’s easy to see why he’s so often cast as the top-dog romantic rival in films such as X-Men, The Notebook, and Enchanted. Unlike Ryan Gosling, with his hang-dog eyes, or Hugh Jackman, with his brooding manner, Marsden has a face that betrays no inner turmoil, no secrets. It’s like he jumped out of a propaganda poster for American prosperity; he looks pretty and smug. His all-American features could almost be described as corn-fed, were it not for the patrician cheekbones, high and hollow. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve just uploaded more than 200 HQ photos “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” Los Angeles Premiere.
Public Appearances > 2013 Appearances > [2013.08.12]”Lee Daniels’ The Butler” Los Angeles Premiere (HQ)
Public Appearances > 2013 Appearances > [2013.08.12]”Lee Daniels’ The Butler” Los Angeles Premiere – After Party (HQ)
I’ve uploaded 59 HQ photos of Jimmy at G-Shock Shock The World 2013 in New York City on August 7, 2013.
Public Appearances > 2013 Appearances > [2013.08.07]G-Shock – Shock The World 2013 (HQ)
James Marsden has been very busy lately. Aside from playing the starring role in this very magazine’s fall fashion preview, the actor has a total of four films coming out in the next four months. Oh, and he’s also teamed up with the good folks at Casio G-Shock, who celebrated their 30th anniversary last night with a party (featuring a performance by Eminem) and the unveiling of their new premium line of MT-G — Metal Twisted G-Shock — watches. While we waited for Marshall Mathers to take the stage, we sat down with Marsden to talk NY vs. L.A. style, why he’s been taking risks on the red carpet of late, and what it’s like playing the ultimate style icon — JFK — in the forthcoming film, The Butler.
Esquire.com: First off, congrats. You’ve had a very busy summer with promoting multiple movies and showing up in our August issue. How’d you find the time to partner with G-Shock?
James Marsden: Thanks. Yeah, it’s been a great few months. Casio approached me about this celebration after somehow finding out that I was a watch man. I’ve always loved watches, my whole life. When I was growing up I always thought of having a great watch as that next step — of making it, of a rite of passage. My first watch was a Casio, one of the basic models. I think it was around junior high. I’m aging myself here, but I remember how awesome that light-up feature on your wrist was… it was like having an iPhone back then. Very fancy. Read the rest of this entry »