Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn on Addictions, Style, and Their New Film Mississippi Grind

Even off-screen, sitting on a couch talking to the press, actors Ryan Reynolds (former Details cover star) and Ben Mendelsohn have chemistry—meaning they finish each other's sentences, trade barbs, and ooh and ahh when juicy questions about their new movie, Mississippi Grind, come up. The film by Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden (Half Nelson, Sugar) follows the two lost souls in a road movie as they traverse the American South. Here's how the Sundance program describes the plot: Gerry (Mendelsohn) is a talented poker player whose habit is getting the best of him. He convinces younger player Curtis (Reynolds) to see more
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Game of Thrones Trailer Leaks Online, World Rejoices

Real talk: I don't watch HBO's Game of Thrones—too much incest for my taste. But for better or for worse, I work in an open office, and all I ever hear about are the magical creatures and strange tribes that populate this R-rated world of magic and mystery. Despite my lack of working knowledge of the show, I am aware that something like a trailer for the forthcoming season is a big deal—and an even bigger deal if said trailer is leaked. My takeaway? Lots of candles and snowy mountainscapes, intense line readings in muddy transatlantic accents, and tons see more

Watch: Chris Pine, Margot Robbie, and Chiwetel Ejiofor on Their Film Z For Zachariah

It turns out that three's a crowd, even post-apocalypse. One of the biggest hits of the festival is director Craig Zobel's Z for Zachariah, an after-the-disaster drama starring Margot Robbie (who nails a southern accent), Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Chris Pine. No spoilers, but let's just say that, when you think you're the last male standing, with a sexy country gal all to yourself, you can get jealous in a hurry when a dude who looks like Chris Pine strolls in. A romantic drama masquerading as an apocalyptic thriller, Z for Zachariah gives new meaning to the rejection "not if see more

Mortal Combat X Shocks and Disgusts Conan O'Brien and Marshawn Lynch

You'd think a couple of pro football players wouldn't be fazed by a little video-game violence, but even Marshawn Lynch and Rob Gronkowski were taken aback by the brutality of the as-yet-unreleased Mortal Kombat X on Late Night With Conan O'Brien. In fact, at one point (following a rather grisly disembowelment) the Seahawks running back had to step away from the controller, saying, "That's nasty, man. I'm not here to see that! Y'all are tripping, man." The idea, of course, was to see how the two players fared in a virtual face-off before Sunday's showdown on the field, but see more

High-End Refinement vs. Stylish Practicality in This Week's Best Dressed

We're going to make a promise right now that our weekly best-dressed posts aren't all going to pit Mark Ronson against another well-known guy, but this week we just couldn't decide between the superstar music producer and movie star Ryan Reynolds. see more

Reebok and Sandro Team Up for a Sneaker Collaboration

The week's top stories in fashion news. This week in exciting partnerships: Reebok is teaming up with Sandro for its first venture into contemporary fashion territory. It features a limited-edition run of the Instapump Fury, just in time for the style's 20th anniversary. The shoes, which have holographic accents, will hit stores in February. (HypeBeast) see more

9 Professional Athletes Who Moonlight as Clothing Designers

The relationship between fashion and sport is flourishing far beyond health tracking wearable tech. For instance, soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has been working on expanding his successful CR7 underwear line to become full brand with the help of New York designer friend Richard Chai, and the NBA's Russell Westbrook is working with Barneys on a roster of collaborations. They aren't the first athletes who've gone the designing route, here's nine more: see more
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Sundance Goes for Scares With The Witch

When you think Sundance, you don't necessarily think horror films, though maybe you should: The festival has debuted some of the most frightening and innovative scary movies of the past two decades, from The Blair Witch Project to Saw to V/H/S to last year's out-of-nowhere surprise The Babadook. This year's clearcut genre favorite is The Witch, writer/director Robert Eggers' beautifully shot and incredibly disturbing tale of a 17th century New England family being terrorized by a malevolent force. Sundance audiences are generally quick to applaud, but it's always more fun to hear them scream. see more

Kanye's New Project Will Make You Feel All the Feelings

Well whaddya know, the multi-hyphenate businessman and rapper Kanye West has a heart after all. Just this morning, West teased a section of his Only One video on the Ellen show. The song, released earlier this month, is inspired by daughter North, and is his first collaboration with Paul McCartney. And they're adding another artist to their mix—Spike Jonze, who directed the video of Kanye and baby North spending some quality time together on a foggy road. Kanye whispers in North's ears and holds her hand as they take a walk down the road together, and baby North has see more

6 Phrases to Use If You Want To Sound Like You Understand Football

This Sunday, expect several gazillion people to tune into Super Bowl XLIX. That's a safe estimate considering that last year a whopping 111.5 million viewers fixed their gaze on the program—a new record in U.S. history. Obviously, not every last person who watches will be an expert in the matter of touchdowns and the like, yet no one wants to feel left out. To help novices sounds more polished in the way of the pig skin, we asked ESPN hosts Mike & Mike to explain six truly arcane football phrases. Watch the video above and you just may be see more
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