The Most Stylish Men of the Week: 05.22.2015

Pharrell When: May 22nd Where: Cannes, France What: Chanel belt, Human Made shirt, white jeans Why: Pharrell proves, once again, that he can pull of things—say all white topped with a Hawaiian shirt—that most mere mortals wouldn't be able to. Don't try this at home, gents. Jake Gyllenhaal When: May 21st Where: AmfAR's 22nd Cinema Against AIDS Gala in Cannes What: Salvatore Ferragamo tuxedo Why: By tinkering just slightly with the classic tuxedo—choosing a double-breasted jacket with thicker, more traditional lapels—Gyllenhaal added a modern twist to the old stalwart. Alex Sharp When: May 20th Where: Billy Reid Celebrates Tony see more

Here's JK Rowling's Priceless Reaction to Seeing Neville Longbottom's Bulge

In case you've been under a rock, you'll have missed the images from Matthew Lewis's cover shoot for Attitude magazine. (Lewis played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter movies, and Attitude is a British magazine aimed pretty squarely at the gays. Keep up, now.) see more

Study Shows More Orgasms Decrease Risk for Prostate Cancer

Don't want prostate cancer? Have more sex. A study presented at a recent meeting of the American Urological Association found that men who ejaculate more often (in this case that means at least 21 times or more a month) see a 20 percent decrease in developing prostate cancer. That drop is based on a comparison with men who ejaculated between four and seven times a month. At this point in this blog post we could get really bawdy and suggestive, but we know and respect how smart and engaged our audience is, so we realize that you already know what see more
Movies + TV

11 War Movies to Watch This Memorial Day

Every Memorial Day we pay tribute to the brave men and women who have protected our country in service. This Memorial Day we'll also pay tribute to the brave men and women who protected our country in service ... in blockbuster movies! see more

These Apps Could Mean the End of Drunk Texting

Sure, your reserve always starts strong—you're ready to go out for the night, no plans of texting the ex, the crush, the disappointing Tinder date—then you get a few drinks in, and you wake up the next morning looking in horror at your sent messages regretting that 2am text binge. Luckily, clever startups are working on apps to save you from yourself (and happy hour induced honesty). Android app Drunk Lock, from Dues Mobile, locks your phone until you solve a series of math problems, saving you not only from embarrassing texts, but also tweets, Facebook messages, and questionable see more

Why You Should Ditch the Drugstore and Make Your Own Moisturizer

Minimalism may be all the rage, but I streamlined my grooming regimen for a simpler reason: I had constant problems with oily, acne- and eczema-prone skin, and nothing I tried, from drug store moisturizer to medicated cleanser, helped. The process of elimination, during which I dumped or gifted hundreds of dollars worth of various treatments, was an attempt to understand and control exactly what I was putting on my face. It led me, ultimately, to becoming the type of weirdo who makes his own facial moisturizer. And I'll never go back. see more
Movies + TV

The 10 Best Horror Remakes of All Time

The remake, as a general practice, isn't thought very highly of—in fact it's usually assumed to be synonymous with creative bankruptcy. Horror remakes have it doubly bad: when the most critically maligned of movie genres doubles down and repeats itself, critics are poised to be displeased. The latest horror film to be reimagined for a new generation is Tobe Hooper's classic ghost story Poltergeist, from 1982, and everyone has already assumed the worst. But not all horror remakes are so dire. Indeed, many of them are pretty good—and some even improve upon their source material. To keep hopes high for see more

Alexandra Daddario Finds New Ways to Thrill

Sweater by Porsche Design. see more

We're Getting 38 New Emoji Next Year, But None of Them Are Tacos

Well this is just cruel. see more

Science Is Trying To Figure Out the Best Instagram Filters (Yes, Really)

Science has taken a break from silly matters like curing AIDS or cancer and is focusing its attention on the important things—namely, Instagram. Researchers are turning their incisive gaze to the world of social media—specifically the effects of using different filters on one's Instagram photos, reports NYMag. The study, which was helmed by four scientists and is titled Why We Filter Our Photos and How It Impacts Engagement, seeks to figure out if the filters we used had any affect on the way people interacted with them. As fate would have it, it does. They studied 7.6 million photos see more
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