Movies + TV

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
Sex + Relationships

We Went to a "Death-Positive" Singles Night and This Is What We Learned

A while back, Daisy Tainton was on her way to a date when a friend called to say he'd found a dead cat out on the street. So naturally Tainton, who by day works as a mild-mannered entomologist at the American Museum of Natural History but by night puts together elaborate anthropomorphic taxidermy displays, immediately called up her perspective partner and told him that she had to cancel—she had to go scoop up a kitty corpse ASAP. To hear her tell it, the man involved was neither understanding or pleased. Later, while sharing her woe with fellow death enthusiast Joanna see more

Kendall Jenner Stars in Calvin Klein's Newest Campaign

Ah to be young, beautiful, and the face of a major advertising campaign. Kendall Jenner revealed today that she's currently checking off all three of those boxes as the face of Calvin Klein Jeans's new #mycalvins denim series. see more

Vote Now: The Details Grooming Survey, 2015 Edition

Above: A still from American Psycho Each summer, Details delivers the only handbook you need to look as handsome as possible—our annual Grooming Guide, which covers the haircuts you'll want, the scents you should be wearing, and how to really take care of your skin. We also pick the very best products out there—but as the English metaphysical poet John Donne once said, "No man is an island." Which is to say we can't do it alone and we need your help. Readers (that's you!) also have their say when it comes to those awards, so peruse the survey below see more

Tom Ford's Second Film Scores Some Stylish Leading Men (Naturally)

Details (heh) are breaking on fashion designer and director Tom Ford's second film, titled Nocturnal Animals. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ford has landed George Clooney for the film. Clooney, of course, is stylish in his own right, but we all saw how damn good Colin Firth looked after working with the designer in A Single Man. In other casting news, Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams are reportedly in talks to star in the film, which is based on Austin Wright's book Tony and Susan. see more
Movies + TV

14 Films That Prove 1985 Was the Best Year for Movies

Attention Generation X'ers: Are you ready to feel, like, totally ancient? The Breakfast Club just turned 30 years old! That's right, the seminal teen-angst film that made you feel like you fit in somewhere just finished its quarter-life crisis and is now nearing middle age. To commemorate the occasion, the flick's being rereleased in theaters on March 26 and March 31, preceded by a featurette with original cast members, including a now 47-year-old Molly Ringwald. see more

Jimmy Fallon Is Mitt Romney's Man in the Mirror

Impersonating a celebrity to his own face can be tricky business—particularly when that "celebrity" is Mitt Romney—but Jimmy Fallon figured out a way to do just that with his "Mitt in the Mirror" sketch last night. In what was perhaps an homage to his now-infamous mirror-image moment with Mick Jagger, Fallon used the reflective premise to showcase his hilariously wooden version of Romney's "laugh" ("ha, ha HA ha") and didn't pull any punches, so to speak, with gags like the following: "By the way, I gotta ask, are we still scheduled to box Evander Holyfield? I mean, what are see more

Things That Make Us Sad: The McDonalds Clothing Line

A lot of sad things happened today! Jesse Eisenberg shaved his head and that One Direction kid with the good hair left the band. But the saddest thing of all? We found out that your favorite fast food restaurant is now branching out beyond salty and delicious sustenance of questionable origins. What does that mean? Well, it means that they're now selling hamburger-laden thermals and bed sheets covered in Big Macs. The collection was launched yesterday with a fashion show in Sweden because, well, who knows why this is happening to us. The webshop shows that dog clothing, rain boots, see more

Pic of the Day: Derek Zoolander and Hansel for Valentino

After tapping the fictional modeling fenemies to walk in its fall/winter show, could the Italian fashion brand be considering casting Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and Hansel (Owen Wilson) in an upcoming ad? These leaked images suggest . . . maybe? While the stunt casting certainly worked for its seasonal fashion show, it's doubtful that it would extend the joke all the way into its advertising campaign—that's a lot of money and a lot of eyeballs. Still, stranger things have happened. We suppose only time will tell at this point. The only thing to do now is enjoy these images. see more

100 Days of Summer: A Weekender That Scores Points for Form and Function

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: 87 There are some people who have the time and money to pull off two-week tours of places like Bali or the Croatian coast on their summer vacations. And then there are those of us who have to squeeze in long weekends where we can just to keep our sanity intact. But anyone who see more
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