Glen Powell, the acclaimed actor from "Top Gun: Maverick," recently shared some light-hearted banter about his fashion choices, as described by his mother, Cyndy. In a candid revelation during an E! interview, Powell humorously disclosed his mother's blunt assessment of his wardrobe choices, suggesting that he sometimes "could look a little douchey." Powell, known for his engaging personality and impressive acting chops, responded to his mother's comment with his characteristic wit on social media.
Taking to Twitter on February 3, the 35-year-old actor quipped, "Anyone have good nursing home recommendations? I feel like it's time." This playful retort reflects Powell's ability to handle familial jests with humor and grace.
His engaging and relatable persona has contributed significantly to his rising popularity, both on and off the screen.
Powell's Family Bond
Powell frequently shares glimpses of his personal life on Instagram, often featuring his parents, Cyndy and Glen Powell Sr., who are both 70.
A notable post from November showcased a heartwarming selfie with his parents at the Jefferson Memorial, celebrating their 40th anniversary. The caption, "Lucky to have your love in my life every day," underscored the close bond he shares with his family.
The actor's parents have been a constant presence in his journey, often accompanying him to various red carpet events and celebrity gatherings. Their most recent public appearance was at the premiere of Powell's latest movie, "Hit Man," directed by Richard Linklater.
The film debuted at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival on January 22, where Powell spoke fondly of his family's support and humility. "They do keep me humble," he remarked during an interview with E!'s The Rundown's Erin Lim Rhodes.
"It's very funny to be on this journey with them," he added, highlighting the significant role his family plays in his life and career. As for his fashion choices and his mother's candid opinions, Powell takes it in stride.
He acknowledged the unique nature of Hollywood's fashion scene, jokingly admitting, "Well, Hollywood is sort of douchey sometimes.