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Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon on Bad-Kissing Louis C.K. and Her First Celebrity Impressions

SNL's latest star takes a break from doing riotously funny impressions of Ellen and Martha to reveal her best bad-kissing experience. read more
Tue, 09/03/13 AT 12:02PM
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Actress Brie Larson on Starring in Short Term 12 and Don Jon

At just 23, Brie Larson, the star of Short Term 12 (in theaters now) already has a resume that would make most actors jealous. She has the depth and soul for Sundance Indies (The Spectacular Now and Don Jon) and the crowd-pleasing comedic timing for more commercial projects (21 Jump Street and United States of Tara). She's smart as hell, dives deep into her roles, and really, really just wants to act. read more
Tue, 08/27/13 AT 10:30AM
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The Unknowable Rooney Mara Opens Up in Ain't Them Bodies Saints

Up until now, Rooney Mara's on-screen presence has been almost consummately steely, thanks to tough turns in The Social Network, Side Effects, and, of course, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, the movie that rocketed her to the A-list and netted her an Oscar nod. But that's all changing with the indie Western Ain't Them Bodies Saints, which sees Mara bare a bit of her soul as young mother Ruth, one half of an outlaw couple in 1970s Texas. Ruth's husband, Bob (Casey Affleck)—the Clyde to her Bonnie—takes the fall for her cop-shooting, only to spring from the joint and fight to reunite with his family. read more
Fri, 08/16/13 AT 1:00PM
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Author Marisha Pessl's 5 Current Pop-Culture Obsessions

At 28, Marisha Pessl earned rapturous praise (and the undisguised envy of her peers) for her debut novel, 2006's Special Topics in Calamity Physics. Now 35, Pessl is back with Night Film—an addictive mystery revolving around the death of an underground filmmaker's beautiful daughter. What does a literary phenom like her indulge in? Read on. read more
Wed, 08/14/13 AT 3:30PM
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Woman of the Moment: White House Down's Maggie Gyllenhaal

How You Know Her: In 2004, after Maggie Gyllenhaal appeared in Vanity Fair's annual Hollywood issue—famous for splashing the brightest up-and-comers across its front cover and predicting who you'll be seeing on big screens near you—the versatile leading lady went the indie-queen route with starring roles in Donnie Darko, Secretary, and Crazy Heart, only occasionally stepping under the big, bright lights to play the blockbuster babe (see: The Dark Knight). read more
Tue, 06/25/13 AT 12:30PM
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Woman of the Moment: Portia de Rossi

Portia de Rossi has a lot going on these days, with the return of Arrested Development. read more
Tue, 06/18/13 AT 9:29AM
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Woman of the Moment: Man of Steel's Amy Adams

Her brilliant red hair and sugar-sweet persona made Amy Adams a stand out in her first major feature role opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Catch Me If You Can. Since then she's racked up some serious acting cred in 2005's indie favorite Junebug, followed by Doubt, Julie & Julia, and The Fighter . Her recent for her performance in The Master as Peggy Dodd, the wife of a religious cult leader played by Phillip Seymour Hoffman (also starring Joaquin Phoenix), earned her a fourth Academy Awards nomination. read more
Tue, 06/11/13 AT 12:30PM
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The Starlet: Rose Byrne is on Fire

The Aussie actress plays it for laughs in The Internship and screams in the sequel to Insidious. Versatility can be so alluring, don't you think? read more
July 2013
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Woman of the Moment: The East's Brit Marling

How You Know Her: In just a few short years Marling has quietly transformed herself from Sundance It Girl (Another Earth, Sound of My Voice) to big-screen actress starring alongside Hollywood heavy-hitters Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon in Arbitrage and Robert Redford and Julia Christie in The Company You Keep. read more
Wed, 05/29/13 AT 4:45PM
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A New Breed of Female Rappers Emerges at SXSW

For as long as there have been rappers, there have been female rappers, but it hasn't always seemed that way. While the greatness of artists like Salt N Pepa, Lauryn Hill, and Nikki Minaj can't be denied, women who rap confidently about their own lives without catering to the male-dominant hip-hop audience have historically been a rare breed. read more
Mon, 03/18/13 AT 6:30PM
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