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An Interview With Will Forte, Phil Lord, and Chris Miller, Creators of This Season's Weirdest Show, The Last Man on Earth

What would you do if you were the last man on Earth? see more

Ethan Hawke and Jimmy Fallon Sing Lullabies As Bob Dylan

Now that Bob Dylan has expanded his repertoire to Christmas albums and Sinatra covers, it's not hard to imagine him putting his signature spin on lullabies—or at least that's what Ethan Hawke seems to think. As he explained last night to fellow dad Jimmy Fallon (who apparently is having a tough time getting his two young daughters to go to sleep), impersonating Bob Dylan while singing lullabies is "proven" to send kids off to dreamland—and of course, he brought along his guitar to demonstrate. So who does the better Dylan impression? Hawke's snarling, raspy vocals brought to mind a see more

Karl Lagerfeld's Cat Made 3 Million Euros Last Year

Get ready to be really depressed: In an interview with The Cut, designer Karl Lagerfeld revealed his cat—cat—made 3 million euros last year. Yeah, let that one sink in for a minute. So there you are, with your fancy degree (that you paid for and may even still be paying for), and your carefully-plotted career trajectory that may, fingers-crossed, turn you into a home-owner before you're a septuagenarian. Good for you. Because according to Lagerfeld, other than being fed, sleeping all day, and shitting, during 2014 his cat Choupette starred in a German car commercial and an advertisement for Japanese see more
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The 10 Movies You Need to Watch on Netflix This Month

Poised in front of the TV without anything to watch? We've all been there. Fortunately Netflix is always expanding its library, and we've sifted through the additions to find the ten best movies you can stream starting tomorrow. see more

Jamie Dornan Stalked Women to Research His Role in The Fall

Earlier this year, Irish actor Jamie Dornan told us that he was afraid of being murdered "by one of those mad fans" for portraying sadomasochistic plutocrat Christian Grey in the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey. But perhaps Dornan is the one we should be afraid of. According to an interview he gave to The Los Angeles Times, the actor indulged in some possibly illegal/definitely creepy behavior to get insight into his role as a dad-by-day-killer-by-night in The Fall. "I, like, followed a woman off the train one day to see what it felt like to pursue someone like see more

Real-Estate Porn: Stunning Homes With Artist-Worthy Workshops And Studios

Whether you paint, sculpt, woodwork, or weld on the side (or just fantasize that you will) these stunning homes come complete with the workspaces you need to take your craft to the next level. You wish you lived here. Location: Contemporary home in Paris, France Price: $4,644,806 Size: 4,370 square feet Key selling points: This sunlit pad near Luxembourg Gardens has an independent studio space and basement workshop you can use...anytime you're not bumming around in the home's screening room, library, and wine cellar. Listing: Agence Varenne see more

7 Unanswered Questions About the Amazon Dash Button

By now you'll have heard of the Amazon Dash button, a brand-specific dongle that, with one press of your finger, will re-order the commonly used products that make your life at home easier before you run out of them. see more

Zayn Malik Channels His Inner Grown Up With Heartbreaking New Song

Any speculation that Zayn Malik was wringing his hands about his decision to leave One Direction was swept away Monday when the 22-year-old singer released his first solo song "I Won't Mind." see more

Emeril Lagasse on Opening-Night Disasters, Getting Fired, and 25 Years in the Biz

For the latter half of the 1990s and throughout all of the 2000s, it was virtually impossible to flip past the Food Network and not see Emeril Lagasse kicking something up a notch or shouting "Bam!" But long before he was charming audiences in front of the camera, the Fall River, Massachusetts native was making a name for himself in the kitchens of some of the country's most respected restaurants, including New Orleans' Commander's Palace, where he served as executive chef. In March of 1990, Lagasse bravely opened a new chapter in his culinary career when he opened the see more

100 Days of Summer: A Pitcher So Good Looking, it Might Make You Drink More Water

There are 100 days between March 12 and June 21, the official beginning of our favorite season. So every day between now and then, we'll be highlighting the products, places, and experiences we can't wait to use, visit, and have once summer rolls around. Days left: 81 One of our favorite scenes in the move Zoolander involves a faux commercial in which the title character, who's been affixed with the computer-generated tail of a merman, utters the phrase, "Moisture is the essence of wetness, and wetness is the essence of beauty." see more
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