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Henry Cavill’s Mustache Invites You to Watch Its “Glorious Debut” in the Mission Impossible: Fallout Trailer

In the new Mission Impossible: Fallout trailer, we finally get to see Henry Cavill's digitally removed mustache in all its glory.

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Long Live Mustachioed Superman: Here’s Batman v Superman But With 100% More Mustache

Here's David Johns' take on Batman v Superman, which they're calling Batman v Superman (Moustache [sic] Edition).

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Justache League: Just Give Everyone a Mustache Instead of Removing Superman’s, Okay?

Justice League reshoots are fouling up shooting schedules for other films, and have also required the post-production team to digitally remove Henry Cavill's mustache, which he needs in the Mission: Impossible sequel.

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The Manliest Video Ever Made on How to Kill a Mustache

Well, folks. Movember is officially over. For those that participated, and especially those that aren't used to having a glorious mustache adorning their upper lip, it's time to shave. This somber ceremony demands a certain sense of decorum. Thankfully, Rhett & Link understand. They've crafted a video explaining how to properly kill a mustache, and let's just say it's definitely a process. Even if you didn't participate, we can all appreciate a good funeral pyre.

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Awkward Movember ‘Stache? Nick Offerman Assures Us “It Gets Fuller”

 

We're almost halfway into Movember, and if you're growing a sweet 'stache for charity, we salute you. If you're having doubts about your underdeveloped mustache, though, don't worry. America's moustache hero Nick Offerman is here with some more words of encouragement.

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Ron Swanson Teaches You How to Grow a Mustache [Video]

Next month is not only November, but Movember, the manliest awareness month around, in which people are encouraged to grow facial hair in order to raise awareness for men's health issues. If there's anyone who is qualified to discuss facial hair and raise awareness for men, it's pretty obviously Ron Swanson of Parks and Recreation. There isn't a manlier man, even if he's fictional (even if Nick Offerman is basically just Ron Swanson in real life). So support Movember, listen to Nick Offerman, and get ready for the manliest journey of your life.

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