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03/23/2011 at 03:30 PM ET

Clive Owen Grows a Mustache
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Paging Burt Reynolds: Clive Owen is going for your look! The actor surfaced at an L.A. screening of the new film Trust on Monday, where his facial hair took center stage. (Director David Schwimmer had some new fuzz, too!) But it’s not just for fun: he was recently spotted sporting a mustache on the San Francisco set of his TV movie, Hemingway & Gellhorn, which he’s shooting with Nicole Kidman. And while we’re guessing the ‘stache is for his starring role as Ernest Hemingway, the actor has likely worked on the look for a while: the last time he was photographed without his embellished upper lip was in mid-December in Paris. This isn’t the first time the star has grown a mustache for a role; he sported a smaller version while filming The Killer Elite in early 2010. Tell us: What do you think of Owen’s new ‘stache? –Kim Peiffer

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Robin on

I’m a fan of Clive Owen, but I’m NOT a fan of that moustache–it makes him look like he’s auditioning for a porn movie (well, maybe that’s not such a bad thing, on second thought!) :)

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