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The comedic actors are both starring in and executive producing documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock's newest project, Mansome. After putting on the pounds in his junk-food expose Super Size Me and tackling the world of product placements in The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Spurlock is exploring a much more personal topic: male grooming. (Watch the clip below!)
The film, which premieres this Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival, deals with the subject of male vanity and how it's now acceptable for men -- regardless of sexual identity -- to be obsessed with personal grooming and style. This is an age, after all, where words like metrosexual and manscaping are part of the pop-culture lexicon.
So just how has the notion of masculinity changed? And where did the notion of shaving and grooming even start? Mansome explores this issues and more, but first take a look at a clip from the movie.
"What do you think works best with my face?" Bateman asks Arnett at one point.
"A hood would be good, or like a balaclava," Arnett deadpans. "Big sunglasses."