The latest installment in the popular “How to be a Cool, Awkward Man” series is a great primer for any budding celebrity, whether it’s a musician, actor, or comedian.
Here are 10 things to know before you go to the movies.
Be a Cool Cool Man 2.
Make the most of your downtime 3.
Keep your body comfortable in a movie theater 4.
Watch a movie with your best friend 5.
Get your feet wet by participating in a trivia game 6.
Sit back and relax 7.
Don’t wear makeup 8.
Try not to be an asshole in your movies 9.
Avoid the worst-looking celebrity 10.
Don ‘t call me fat” If you’re not cool enough to be the Cool Cool Moms in your film, you can’t be Cool Cool Men.
Here’s how to stay in shape for your next film role: 1.
Stay in shape, no matter what role.
While you’re at it, make sure you also get some sleep.
Eat well, because you’ll need to spend the majority of your time in the theater.
Get enough exercise, because that’s where you’ll be spending most of the movie.
Go out with friends or family.
Keep the movies low-key.
Don the ‘cool’ costume for your movie role.
Be smart about what you wear.
Be the first to know when your next movie comes out.
Learn about your next role.
Enjoy the movies without getting stressed.
Here is the “How To be a Nice, Cool Man” guide: 1) Get your hands dirty and get creative.
This is a good time to wear a wig, a mask, and make-up.
2) Don’t look like you’re just sitting around.
Pick out the most badass, coolest, or most stylish outfit you can.
3) Pick the role that makes you feel like a badass.
Pick a character that’s likeable, funny, and charismatic.
4) Be yourself, even if it’s the most boring.
You’re probably not a star yet.
5) Get creative.
For your next project, you’ll want to pick something you like, but don’t expect to get the part.
Be creative, but also be realistic about what it will take to get that role.
6) Don ‘s be the first one in line for your role.
Get there early to get a better shot at the part, because your chances of getting it are slim to none.
7) If you get your part, pick the role you’re most comfortable in. 8) Don the “cool” costume for the part you’re best suited for.
9) Take care of yourself.
You’ll probably need to wear make-ups and other make-over products for the whole film.
If you have allergies, your skin may need to be changed.
10) Go out on your own and relax.
This isn’t a movie, so it’s important to take a break from the big-screen distractions.
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