Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem are two of Hollywood's hunkiest leading men, but at tonight's Academy Awards, they looked more like a pair of handsome cater-waiters than Oscar presenters.
The pair, who previously starred together in 'No Country for Old Men,' presented the awards for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Screenplay in what appeared to be matching white tuxedo jackets and ties.
Considering the Oscars' reputation as the place to be seen in the latest designer styles, we expected some reference to the matching gear (post-show gigs as old-timey bartenders, perhaps?) which, much to our dismay, never came.
Bardem, who showed up to the awards with glowing wife Penelope Cruz just weeks after the couple welcomed their first child together, is nominated tonight for his role in 'Biutiful.' He has been nominated twice before and won Best Supporting Actor in 2007 for his role as hitman Anton Chigurh in 'No Country for Old Men.'