It's unfair Horrible Bosses 2 star Jason Sudeikis has charmed life being handsome AND funny
Jason Sudeikis has the kind of face you want to slap.
Because it's cute.
There's something about a good-looking guy trying to be funny that's really irritating.
Comedians generally look like dorks, because they are dorks.
Seth Rogen? Dork.
Andy Samberg? Dork.
Louis C.K.? Dork.
They use their humour to compensate for their physical shortcomings, which is as it should be.
Then we come to Jason Sudeikis - handsome man who says funny things.
The problem here is that hot men don't NEED to have a good sense of humour to get people to like them.
Oh, why be coy? By people I mean girls. And these guys come along being good-looking, amusing and charming.
It's just overkill.
Speaking of overkill, Sudeikis' other half is Olivia Wilde (below). The beautiful and glamorous Olivia Wilde.
The same Olivia Wilde who regularly makes the Top 5 of those "most beautiful women in the world" lists.
He gets to see Olivia Wilde naked, every... single... day.
Just think about that for a second.
It's enough to make you kick something in frustrated outrage at the unfairness of it all.
The odds are so loaded in his favour, I feel he should be engaged to a she-dork instead to balance things out.
Sudeikis started off on Saturday Night Live in 2005 and hung around until last year, just as his movie career found its footing.
After years of bit parts, he landed his breakthrough role in the terrific Horrible Bosses (2011), which was followed by We're The Millers (2013), which was also terrific.
With Horrible Bosses 2 coming out on Nov 27, the 39-year-old even has his own bona fide comedy franchise. The jerk.
This time around Sudeikis and his two pals - Jason Bateman and Charlie Day - decide to kidnap a sleazy businessman (Chris Pine) who cons them out of their idea for a lucrative invention.
In the first flick, they were trying to kill their bosses. So in downgrading to kidnapping I guess they learnt a degree of restraint.
The weird thing about the Horrible Bosses films is that they star not one but TWO handsome comedians, Sudeikis and Bateman.
These jokers are basically stealing work from honest, hard-working plain-looking clowns.
It's sad and it's wrong.
That said, Pine's appearance in the film puts everything in perspective.
Sudeikis is an attractive fellow - in comparison with other comedians.
Pine, on the other hand, is a legitimate leading man - a truly handsome devil.
Looking at Pine makes me feel less resentful of Sudeikis.
Maybe he really does need to be funny after all - no one would ever mistake the guy for Captain Kirk.
Except maybe Olive Wilde. Sigh...