In ‘Mansome,’ Morgan Spurlock Takes On Modern Masculinity Jessica Bennett, The Daily Beast

In an age of manscaping, metrosexuals, and high-end grooming, what does it mean to be a man? Jessica Bennett on the latest tale of confused male identity, Morgan Spurlock’s Mansome.

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Morgan Spurlock on Mustaches, Mantyhose and Mansome Lily Rothman , Time

Documentarian Morgan Spurlock likes stunts. For Super Size Me, he gorged himself on McDonald’s burgers and fries to make a point about obesity. He dealt with product placement, marketing and advertising in The Greatest Movie Ever Sold by attempting to get corporate sponsorship for every aspect of his life. Now, in his latest film, Mansome—which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival—he tackles the not-so-pretty side of male beauty. (Executive producers Will Arnett and Jason Bateman even submit to an on-camera spa day.) Spurlock spoke to TIME about the hairy world of manscaping, the lengths to which men now go in order to look perfect and what it all implies about our concepts of manliness.

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Ministry Q&A: Will Arnett, a very ‘Mansome’ fellow Matt Donnelly, LA Times

Funny and handsome, Will Arnett is willing to cop to procuring the odd pedicure. Also to embracing his makeup use at work, and teaching his and wife Amy Poehler’s two sons about the importance of a little style.

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