Pretty much every time Jon Hamm opens his mouth, he gets more and more likable, and his interview for the April issue of Playboy is no exception. He touches on two topics we've not heard him expound on before. The first is the all-important issue of the last time he had sex outdoors:
It's been awhile. In the era of TMZ, I don't think outdoor sex is a particularly good idea. It's one of those things that sound way better than they actually are. There's something not sexy about all the twigs and bugs and sand. You end up with stuff in places you don't want it. It always looks better in the well-lit Skinemax version.
Wise words. Though something tells me outdoor sex with John Hamm would be worth any twig-related injuries, but I digress. On a more sensitive note, he has revealed what movies make him cry.
I cried at Marley & Me. Not just teared up a little but full-on cried. That was a f*cking nightmare. Dead-dog stories always get me. And dead-mom stories—Terms of Endearment, stuff like that. If a parent dies in a movie, I'm a f*cking wreck.
Good God. At this point, Jon Hamm has become so charming that he is a legitimate danger to public health. If he doesn't stop giving interviews, people across the country are going to start spontaneously exploding out of love for him.
Playboy Interview: Jon Hamm [Playboy]