His wife Jennifer Birmingham, a Hollywood actress as well, looks like a natural on the red carpet.
Together, they make one stunning AMWF (Asian Male, White Female) couple.
And then there's this past weekend's troubled Aloha, where the petite Stone feels so ill-matched with her 40-year-old screen lover Bradley Cooper that Hitfix's Drew Mc Weeny wrote how Cooper "comes off as a sad, broken old man who is attracted to her youth like a vampire." Yikes!
Jennifer Lawrence had no love interest in the Oscar-nominated Winter's Bone, so for most audiences, the first time she showed off her sexual side was when she clambered into Michael Fassbender's bed in X-Men: First Class in an attempt to seduce the 14-years-older actor.
According to the 2013 census, nearly 60 percent of heterosexual married couples are within two to three years of each other; a union separated by 15 years, like the one between Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in Silver Linings Playbook, comes up only 1.6 percent of the time, and some of Emma Stone's recent screen romances with men who exceeded her age by 20 years are reflected by a mere one percent of actual couples.
I don't doubt those percentages would be different if you surveyed only Hollywood, where aging movie stars and powerful producers routinely walk the red carpets with blonde 20-somethings on their arm.
If my Pinterest board with real-life couples of Chinese men and Western women has taught me anything, it’s that the community of Asian men and non-Asian women in love is bigger than I ever expected — with plenty of beautiful faces. Here are six dazzling couples that could turn heads on the red carpet, while showing the world how lovely it is when Asian men and non-Asian women get together.
So it’s no surprise that our community includes some stunning celebrities and their equally stunning partners. Sandra first rocked our world as “Pepa” from the rap group Salt-N-Pepa, and now she has rocked the interracial dating world by choosing to date Tom Lo (as part of her 2010 reality show ’ R2-D2 and helped engineer the Energizer Bunny), he looks awesome in a tux and would make my shortlist of hottest electrical engineers any day.
And while we don't necessarily look to the movies for realism, steering these young actresses toward near-constant May-December romances is wholly out of step with what's actually going on in the culture.And Scarlett Johansson has been paired with older actors so often that when she romanced Mark Ruffalo in this summer's Avengers: Age of Ultron, their 17-year age difference was the least nitpicked aspect of their union.These three young, smoky-voiced actresses are often referred to as wise beyond their years, and in 2015, they've all got the graying love-interests to match that perception.But shouldn't we want more for our best young actresses than an onslaught of onscreen age disparities that evoke the notion of a trophy girlfriend?* Methodology: Because accurate production dates for movies can be hard to come by, when collecting data for these charts, we measured the stars' ages on the day the film in question was released and promoted.