Jessie Ware on her New Album, Collaborating with Ed Sheeran, and Staying Humble

She's landed a top-five album in her native UK, was nominated for its prestigious Mercury Award, and collaborated with everyone from Disclosure to the late soul legend Bobby Womack. Still, ask Jessie Ware and she'll tell you she's hardly a pop star. "I'm putting shelves up at the moment," the British singer, who has toured around the globe in the previous two years, says calling from her London home on a recent afternoon. "So yah, not feeling like much of a pop star at the moment." It's in Ware's nature to be of the humble variety—the contemporary soul singer was see more
Movies + TV

The Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 2: Meet the People Eaters

Let's talk about cannibalism, shall we? Tonight's installment of The Walking Dead, "Strangers", concludes with a gruesome revelation: the survivors of last week's raid on Terminus are munching merrily away on a bit of fire-roasted human thigh—all before the eyes of the thigh's former owner, Bob (Lawrence Gilliard, Jr.). Well then! That's one way to establish irrefutable villainy. But while "No Sanctuary" conspired to portray Terminus mastermind Gareth (Andrew J. West) as an irresistibly charismatic pretty-boy in the register of, say, Andrew Scott's Moriarty, "Strangers" tries a little too hard to demonstrate his bona fides as a worthy season-wide threat. see more

Best Celebrity Instagrams of the Week: Jessica Alba's Hot Yoga, Idris Elba's Training Video, and Chewbacca's Butt

Every week we dive into the pool of celebrity Instagram posts to see what our favorite actors, artists, writers, musicians, DJs, designers, and notorious selfie-takers are posting. Below are recent shots that captured our attention—because they're funny, telling, timely, or all of the above. see more
Style News

Top 5 Stories of the Week: Brad Pitt, Pulp Fiction Turns 20, Horror Films, Minimalist Homes & Halloween Costume Ideas

Every week we crunch the numbers to see which articles and videos captivated readers most. see more

Andrea Riseborough on Birdman, Blockbusters, and How Acting is Like Journalism

To watch Birdman—the new film from boundary-pushing director Alejandro González Iñárritu and, as has been more widely publicized, the triumphant return of Michael Keaton to the big screen after years of what felt like his hiding—is to succumb to two hours of mind-bending deliciousness. Make no mistake, it's hardly easy viewing: there's its simulated appearance of one continuous shot; a camera that zigzags from backstage to onstage and back again; a narrative centered on Keaton's unreliable and psychologically damaged Riggan Thompson, a former big-action superhero-playing actor on the outs with Hollywood and struggling for a comeback (sound familiar?) who plans see more

Felony's Joel Edgerton on Stealing Movie Mementos and Wearing Gold Skirts

Even walking into a floruesently lit conference room in LA, Joel Edgerton's still the essence of man's man. Decked out casually in jeans, boots and a funky T-shirt, the bespeckled Aussie is the epitome of charm and wit. He's here to discuss his latest film, Felony, which he not only stars in, but also wrote. The movie is a thriller of sorts, where Sydney detective Malcolm (Edgerton) is out one night and has one too many, and a tragedy occurs, leaving a child in the hospital. Two detectives are brought in to evaluate; one, played by Tom Wilkinson is a see more
Sex + Relationships

The Best Songs To Have Sex To? Here are 17 Picks

Recently I asked a friend what his favorite seduction song is, and his answer surprised me: He prefers silence. see more
Movies + TV

6 Clips that Prove Michael Keaton's "Comeback" is Long Overdue

In 1989, actor-comedian Michael Keaton played the lead in the most popular movie in the world, Batman, which should've made Keaton a superstar. Instead, Batman stalled what had been a strong run for Keaton, anchoring mainstream comedies like Mr. Mom and Beetlejuice. This weekend, writer-director Alejandro González Iñárritu's new movie Birdman opens in limited release, starring Keaton as an actor trying to revive a career that went off the rails after he played a comic book hero. Hmmm ... sound familiar? Keaton has insisted that his Birdman character has nothing to do with his own life, but critics who've seen see more

Justin Theroux Goes Gray in the Best Way Possible

Justin Theroux has been playing the game (specifically the game where you're a famous person, so you walk around wearing good clothing knowing that you'll be photographed on the street, even though you're basically running the same nondescript errands that non-famous people can do unmolested) long enough to know what works for him. So it was no surprise to see him making the most of one of fall's key trends in New York City yesterday. see more
Movies + TV

The Lighter Side of The Walking Dead

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, perhaps it can be argued that the number of spoofs a TV series inspires is in direct correlation to its cultural relevance. At least that seems to be true in the case of AMC's mega-popular The Walking Dead, which has sparked countless parodies in the nearly four years since it hit the airwaves, from a music-video cover of the disco anthem "I Will Survive" to a Broadway-style musical to a particularly gory version of "Dumb Ways to Die." see more
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