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Our Chat with Tom Hardy, the Best Stoner Movies, and More of the Top Stories This Week

Every week we crunch the numbers to see which articles and videos captivated readers most. This week's results: see more

There Is a Secret Apartment at the Top of the Eiffel Tower

Gustave Eiffel was "the object of general envy" among Parisians during his lifetime, and it wasn't for designing one of the most famous monuments of all time. Rather, it was due to the fact that he had a private apartment at the top of the tower—and almost no one else was allowed access to it. see more
Food + Drinks

5 Cocktails Every Man Should Know How to Make

There are certain things a man's gotta do. see more

Here's Why You're Confused About Her G-Spot

Can't find your girlfriend's G-spot? It's okay, most scientists can't either. Back in 1950, German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg first described the elusive pleasure spot. But 65 years later, only 25 percent of women orgasm from intercourse alone, according to a review of 33 studies published in The Case of the Female Orgasm. And researchers still can't agree on 1) if the G-spot actually exists and 2) if it's part of the clitoris or a whole other erogenous zone entirely. see more

Literary Bad Boy Bret Easton Ellis Stars in Persol's Latest Ad Campaign

Few writers can get away with what Bret Easton Ellis can. The literary world's very own enfant terrible has made a career out of chronicling the stories of glamorous-on-the-outside-fucked-up-on-the-inside types from Wall Street serial killers (American Psycho) to morally bankrupt college students (Less Than Zero) to vapid models tricked into espionage (Glamorama). Through all this, Ellis made himself into a celebrity of sorts—the strange embodiment of the eighties and nineties excess he wrote about. The Italian eyewear company Persol enlisted Ellis for its latest campaign, for the four-piece collection called Typewriter Edition. The frame design takes its cues from the see more

The 5 Most Stylish Men of the Week

Chris Hemsworth When: April 21 Where: European premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron in London What: Two-button notch-lapel blue suit from Calvin Klein Collection Why: Because he's showing the perfect amount of cuff, he opted for a more vibrant shade of blue than navy, and he expertly paired it with a violet microprint tie. • • • Robert Downey Jr. When: April 19 Where: Avengers: Age of Ultron premiere in Beijing What: Gray and tan printed suit from the spring/summer 2015 Salvatore Ferragamo collection Why: Pairing a patterned suit with a crisp white tee is stylish in a totally unexpected see more
Food + Drinks

6 Essential Tools Every Wine Lover Needs

1. Got Pull? If you're still using that cheap drill-bit-with-wings gizmo to pull corks, you need to donate that sucker to your Salvation Army, along with your exhausted winter boots. I like the Pulltex Pulltap Premium Classic Corkscrew (around $30) because it feels good in my hand and has the requisite double-hinged two-step boot lever that helps lift the cork along a straight vertical line, keeping you on track from bending and cracking it. see more

Terry Crews Crushes Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles" On Lip Sync Battle

Terry Crews—professional football player turned actor and star of all those weird/funny Old Spice commercials—took on the tender musical interlude "A Thousand Miles" from early-aughts singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton. Calling back to the iconic video, Crews based his performance around a piano, though the white suit, striptease, and backup dancers seem to be his creation. His competitor? Mike Tyson, who does a throwback to Salt-n-Pepa's "Push It," which we teased earlier in the week. Watch the very . . . um . . . spirited performances from last night, above. Lip Sync Battle ">see more

M. Night Shyamalan Returns With Horror Film The Visit

To Grandmother's house we go. However, a trip to see old Nana and Pops takes a sinister detour in the trailer for The Visit, above, from divisive director M. Night Shyamalan. From what we can gather, the story focuses on two children who spend a week with their grandparents, only to discover that something is definitely not right with the elderly duo—and we don't mean osteoporosis. Shyamalan has partnered with producer Jason Blum of Paranormal Activity and Insidious, and the two-minute preview suggests that this film will echo the documentary-style approach Blum's used in those two films. Check out see more

Abercrombie & Fitch Changes Course, Punk'd Returns, and 5 More Things You Should Know This Morning

—In an attempt to evolve its business, Abercrombie & Fitch is focusing more on customer service and less on its employees' appearances. Which means the next time you get attitude from a salesperson at the retailer, he or she may be slightly less attractive. (Bloomberg) —Everything old is new again! More specifically, Punk'd, the television show that pranked your favorite celebrities, is returning. (Complex). —Major spoiler ahead: Fans of the show Grey's Anatomy got a huge surprise when lead character Dr. McDreamy Dr. Derek Shepard, played by Patrick Depsey, got killed off. The Internet mourned accordingly. In other news, see more
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