Nicholas Hoult Does ‘BlackBook’ Magazine


Hottie actor Nicholas Holt, who starred in the UK TV series Skins as well as the Tom Ford-directed film A Single Man, is featured in the new issue of BlackBook magazine … timed perfectly with the release of his new film X-Men: First Class (which opened in theaters today). As you can see from the photos below, not even a severe new hair’do can diminish the young man’s stunning beauty. Check out photos form his BlackBook photospread below.

Nicholas’s interview can be read HERE but it’s all about the photos for me. I’ve been a huge fan of his since I discovered him on Skins and have followed his career since. He is an inspired actor and I get excited every time I hear he’s in a new project. You can imagine my glee when I learned he would be appearing in X-Men: First Class. As you can see, Hoult takes a pretty picture … but it is his talent that keeps me coming back for more.


  • Brittany

    His eyebrows look strange to me

    • Lulu

      they always have.. He’s grown into them in comparison to his early acting days.. (see About a boy.)

  • your mom

    I still cannot believe that hot young thang is the ungly little boy from “About a Boy”. Time has been good to him.


    I LOVED him in “About A Boy”! That’s one of my favorite movies ever. He’s gotten so much better-looking since then (thank God! He was ugly as sin back in the day) so that’s good! ; )

  • krissy

    He was so wonderful in About a Boy and I LOOOOVED A Single Man. He is very talented, but so beautiful too. He is like walking sculpture. I am very interested in seeing Skins, I didn’t know he was in it.

    • @krissy — UK Skins seasons 1 & 2

  • Nadine

    Anybody else see a resemblance to a young Tom Cruise? Or is it just me?

  • Bosnia

    OK than I must be the only one here thinking he’s ugly. :|

    • Brittany

      I think he is ugly too, but at least he is a decent actor, i loved the first two seasons of Skins UK

  • shah

    he’s fierce…he’s grown sooooo nicely…it sounds terrible but, in About a Boy, his character looked like he ate boogers and never brushed his teeth. I mean, it’s possible.