Welcome to the latest episode of Three Fates Decide! In this edition, the hosts delve into the topic of celebrity crushes, just in time for Valentine’s Day. But this is not just any ordinary chat about heartthrobs and actors we thirst over. The conversation flows freely, covering a wide range of actors, old and new, and their appeal. The podcast features a lively discussion about the physical attributes and charisma that make a star a leading man in Hollywood. The speakers also delve into the impact that celebrities can have on people’s lives and perceptions of what a “perfect guy” should be.
Throughout the episode, the hosts reminisce about their first celebrity crushes, the actors’ performances that captured their hearts, and the personal choices and actions of these celebrities that affect their fans’ perception of them. Join us for a fun and lighthearted conversation that will satisfy your curiosity about the celebrity world and leave you wanting more. Don’t forget to share your thoughts and suggestions for future episodes!
- Discussing celebrity crushes
- Older actors like Sam Elliot
- Sebastian Stan admiration
- Old Hollywood heartthrobs
- Male actors who age well
- Distinctive and soothing voices
- Childhood celebrity crushes
- Tragedy of young actors
- Attractive male actors
- Cheesy lines in movies
- Discovering talented actors
- BBC productions and celebrity crushes
- Good-looking actors in fantasy genre
- Male actors who can sing and act
- Hot male celebrities
A true rebel of his time, James Dean set the standard for generations of bad boys to come, inspiring a legacy of iconic Hollywood characters with his unforgettable charisma and attitude.
Heath Ledger, Patrick Swayze, Keanu Reeves, and Cary Elwes have captivated audiences for decades with their undeniable charisma and mesmerizing on-screen performances.
By viewing lesser-known BBC productions, you can get an early glimpse of now-famous stars like Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleston before their rise to stardom!
From ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ star Jason David Frank to ‘The Blue Lagoon’ heartthrob Roy Schneider and ‘SeaQuest DSV’ cutie Jonathan Brandis, these 90s icons were the ultimate crushes of a generation!
Surprisingly, studies have revealed that people perceive actors with higher physical attractiveness to be more successful in their career.
Meeting Sebastian Stan in person at New York Comic Con was an unforgettable experience that intensified Sam’s celebrity crush on him tenfold!
Joaquin Phoenix has astounded audiences with his captivating performances and exemplary personal conduct, in stark contrast to Russell Crowe’s well-documented outbursts.
“Listen. Some of you obviously we don’t know how old some of you listeners are. But if you have never watched any movies, like older than the 1980s, okay? You guys need to google search Marlon Brando and look up all the pictures of him from movies that he made before the you’ll understand what we’re talking about here?” – Liz
“It’s also like he just has that charisma, that kind of exudes off the screen that you just can’t help but look at him. That’s the thing. That’s one of the secrets of a leading man right there.” – Liz
“He found the Fountain of Youth. And it’s like he’s just sucked it all up for himself.” – Sam, about Paul Rudd
“He’s not obviously, like the best looking guy, but again, he just seemed… his characters were just so fun and whatever. You couldn’t help but be attracted to him.”
“Back to when I was a kid, like, really? When I was a kid and I started watching movies that weren’t like cartoons… Yul Brynner and Charlton Heston…left such a strong impression of what a guy was.” – Liz
“I think it’s Ryan Reynolds is because he can make you laugh. Yes. Personality. That is definitely help.”
“I kind of mentioned him before in a joking manner about Chris Evans. Obviously a good looking man.” – Mary
“That movie, mhm. Which incidentally, like I was just saying, it had Charlie Cox and it also had a young Henry Cavill in it.” – Liz
“Andrew Garfield. Andrew Garfield has a phenomenal voice for someone that has never sung before.”