Love ain’t easy, but when you ask the hilarious cast of “Burning Love” about the subject, it all seems like a breeze. MTV News’ Josh Horowitz stopped by the season two set of the “Bachelor” spoof to find out what the handsome guys of the cast know about the subtle art of seduction.
On the latest episode of After Hours, Adam Brody, Adam Scott, Rob Huebel, and more share their secrets of how to connect with women folk on a sensual level. They cover topics that range from elevator seduction, blood work, and physically lifting your date.
Here are some videos of Adam from the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Adam Brody gives us his take on May December romances and what it was like to work with the all-star cast in The Oranges.
Photos of Adam at the 8th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival Opening Night Celebration have been added to the gallery. Love that his hair has finally grown out a bit!
And a few videos from the red carpet…
Adam was recently on his Cop Out co-star’s, Kevin Pollak, chat show. Check out the interview below!
This fella is one-a them big shot actor types. Mr Mrs. Smith, The O.C., plenty of other stuff. He’ll fill you in during show, which you?ll watch if ya know what?s good for ya!
GQ has finally posted photos of Adam’s spread from the May issue on their site. Check out the photos in the gallery.
Seth Cohen, the character Adam Brody played on the TV soap The O.C., transformed the concept of the teenage hero-hunk into something earthbound and relatable. Seth was snarky, vulnerable, and mordantly optimistic in a way that a generation of boyish men have been aping ever since. And at 32, the actor still fits the bill, geeking out about an upcoming role alongside Jean-Claude Van Damme (“I mean, JCVD!!!”) and foot fashion (“I am obsessed with no socks!”). His slow build of a movie career fires up with six films in 2012, including the tragicomedy Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, in which Steve Carell confronts the mundanity of the Apocalypse. What would Brody do if he found himself staring down the End Times? “Heroin? It appeals to me more than, like, skydiving. Maybe doing heroin while skydiving?” Or—IDEA TIME!—how about an O.C. reunion movie, à la Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas? “Sure. That’d be funny. Put that.” Oral contract, Brody. Consider this shit notarized.
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680News recently interviewed Adam along with his Damsels co-star, Analeigh Tipton. You can listen to it below!
Having portrayed the stand-up guy in everything from “The O.C.” to “Damsels in Distress,” Adam Brody can lose his halo for the film adaptation of Neil LaBute’s “Some Girls,” in which he plays a man who visits his many exes. Brody suspects the undertaking would go better for him than for his character: “Maybe this is revisionist history, but I like to think I have a good relationship with everyone I’ve dated seriously. I don’t think they would speak ill of me, but perhaps I’m wrong.”
Adam Brody is great at playing the ultimate heartthrob but don’t expect him to return to scripted television anytime soon. The 32-year-old spoke with HollywoodLife.com at the NYC premiere of his new film Damsels in Distress hosted by The Cinema Society with Town & Country and Brooks Brothers on April 2 and he told us his upcoming plans!
“Reality TV,” he smiles. “I don’t know … I haven’t figured it out. I want to do something in reality TV. But before that I’m going to shoot a movie called Some Girls [starring Emily Watson and Kristen Bell].”
Like Ryan Gosling, Adam Brody got his start on a hugely successful TV show. (The only difference was that Brody was old enough to swoon over from the start.) Like Gosling, he won the heart of almost every girl between the ages of 12 and 40 before kind of disappearing, only to pop up in a role or two each year after The OC’s end. Also like Gosling, he has great style, a few stellar celebrity ex-girlfriends and legions of fans hoping he’ll appear in more than a Funny or Die skit this year. So if last year was the year of Gosling—he commandeered almost every single movie theater, magazine cover and conversation—this year could be Brody’s.
The first of the five films starring Brody this year opens tomorrow. Damsels in Distress is the first film from Whit Stillman since The Last Days of Disco and Brody plays Charlie, “a playboy operator” according to his co-star, Greta Gerwig. We wanted to know which parts, if any, of the role rang true with the real life Brody.
ELLE: This movie comically coins—and repeatedly uses—the phrase “playboy operator.” What does that even mean?
Adam Brody: A strategic operator. Someone who is hell-bent on the seduction of the opposite sex and will resort to any means necessary. I suppose, someone who has a lot of notches in their bedpost? Charlie is sort of accused of it, in the movie, but he isn’t a bad guy and probably hasn’t had many conquests. So, I guess it applies to anyone who is interested in courtship and is pursing almost any methods—charming methods—to get there.