I just thought it important to know what you’re getting into right up top. And what you’re getting into is a thick forest of lush bush hair.
In an interview with Vulture, Ford discussed the upcoming Nocturnal Animals, his second directorial effort (his first was 2009’s A Single Man). He also discussed, after three films where he had to shave his chest, Making Gyllenhallmerica Hairy Again.
“It just never occurred to me that he should shave his chest!” Ford said, aghast. “I happen to like body hair. I think people should leave it alone — I’m not a fan of all this manscaping that goes on. I don’t really get it.”
Ford gestured southward. “If you like the chest, you should see what’s down here,” he said with a grin. “There is no manscaping.” Ford repeated it for emphasis: “There is no manscaping.”
He ended the interview the way I will now end any and all conversations.
After we finished our discussion, the provocative designer-director walked me to the door and winked. “Nice talking to you,” he said, adding, “I’ll get Jake to show you his bush sometime.”
Thank you, Tom Ford. GIVE THE PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT. Sometimes it’s Colin Firth in glasses, sometimes it’s Jake Bush-and-all. WE ACCEPT.
Let’s objectify, just for a quick sec, and make sure you all remember that he is still not in the Pajiba 10 Hall of Fame.
Even Dustin Hoffman gets it.