Since the waning days of the 20th Century, Mr. Skin has been cataloguing the appearance of female nudity in feature movies and television shows whether mainstream, cult, classic, foreign, or contemporary. Mr. Skin’s smiling visage has been seen and discussed on the radio shows of Howard Stern, Tom Leykis, and Adam Corolla and the site was even a plot-point in Judd Apatow’s 2007 comedy smash Knocked Up. With the website now receiving seven million visitors monthly, what frontier could possibly be left to conquer for this, the most talked about celebrity nude publication of all time.
In a word? Men.
Alexander Skarsgård, Johnny Depp, Matt Damon… These are the Hollywood hunks your girlfriend (and probably mother) get all gooey over, and while they’ve certainly bared their bodies in various ways throughout their careers, those fond of ogling the male form have had to resort to all-night marathon viewing sessions of dozens of movies, many of them ultimately forgettable, just to see said hunky forms for themselves. No longer! Doing for male celebs what Mr. Skin did for females, Mr. Man recently opened its doors to members and curious onlookers both. But, as the tour pages and promos say, “Members see every last inch.”
From Ewan McGregor’s full frontal appearance in Velvet Goldmine to a playlist entitled 6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon (and teased with a pic of his taut buns); from the twinky early photoshoots of Joseph Gordon-Levitt to macho-man Mark Wahlberg’s half-dozen nude scenes in everything from Boogie Nights (natch) to The Corruptor; Mr. Man has every drool-worthy display of celebrity man-meat you desire… and, quite frankly, a few you probably don’t. (Ray Wise, anyone? Anyone?)