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Bob Odenkirk and David Cross on Their New Book Hollywood Said No, the Breaking Bad Spinoff, and Attempting to Dress Like Grown Ups

Mr. Show's HBO run ended in 1998, but thanks to cable reruns and DVDs—not to mention the reemergence of Bob Odenkirk and David Cross in prominent roles on Breaking Bad and Arrested Development, respectively—the sketch-comedy favorite may be more popular than ever. Now, 15 years after their cult show went off the air, the duo is back together again with Hollywood Said No!, a collection of their unproduced screenplays and sketches (available September 10). Odenkirk and Cross chatted with Details about the positive side of rejection and their slew of upcoming projects, including Odenkirk's sketch show The Birthday Boys and see more
Style News

The Week in Fashion: Miley Cyrus Goes Micro on a Michael Jordan Jersey, Billabong's Financial Wipe Out, Kenzo x Vans Sneaker Collab

The week's top stories in fashion news. Because nothing goes together like fast cars and fine Italian loafers, Ferragamo is sponsoring the world premiere of Rush, Ron Howard's latest film about the rivalry between 70s-era Formula One champs Niki Lauda and James Hunt. Massimiliano Giornetti, the brand's creative director, created crisp, tailored pieces for Lauda (played by Daniel Brühl) to reflect "an extremely determined sportsman obsessed with perfection." (The H Mag) see more
Street Style

Street Style: Crisp Button-Down Shirt and Ripped Jeans

Melodie Jeng, the photographer behind the blog The NYC Streets, snaps men's street-style pics for The Daily Details blog. Check back every day to see new looks and vote in our weekly Like the Look? readers' poll. Today's look was spotted on Toby Albert a student and model with his own line, Akapello. see more
Food + Drinks

The 7 Best Foods & Drinks to Cure a Hangover

You had a great time last night…and now you're paying for it. (Though if you had read our 5 Surprising Ways to Prevent a Hangover you wouldn't be in this mess to begin with, not that we told you so...) While collegiate wisdom says to reach for greasy, fatty foods to "soak up" the alcohol, that large cheese pizza you ordered at 3 A.M. (and then snacked on later for "breakfast") is mixing up a potent gastrointestinal cocktail that's just too strong for your weak tummy to handle. And even if you have a stomach of steel, most fat-laden foods see more
Street Style

Street Style: Strictly-Business Rag & Bone Sneakers

Melodie Jeng, the photographer behind the blog The NYC Streets, snaps men's street-style pics for The Daily Details blog. Check back every day to see new looks and vote in our weekly Like the Look? readers' poll. Today's look was spotted on writer Michael Clemens in Astor Place. see more
Q&A

Meet Max Lugavere, the TxT Tech + Tastemakers Summit Emcee

As the former host and anchor of Al Gore's Emmy-winning Current TV (now Al Jazeera), Max Lugavere became the unofficial spokesperson of the creative tech and media world. Now, as the emcee for Details' TxT Tech + Tastemakers Summit in New York on September 4, Lugavere will lead conversations about the evolving landscape of digital media and how the field's leading entrepreneurs are capitalizing on trends in the industry. The day's schedule features numerous designers, bloggers, and digital innovators speaking on panels about "Content x Commerce," "Digital Entrepreneurship," and "Monetizing Social Media" (click the link above for the full line see more
Design

Real Estate Porn: Beautiful Homes in Ibiza, Martha's Vineyard, NYC, and Nevada

Our weekly round up of the hottest new listings on the market. You wish you lived here. Location: Sumptuous villa in Ibiza, Spain Price: $8,694,400 Size: 7,534 square feet Key selling point: You'll forget you're in the world's reigning party paradise in this hillside villa where lush tropical foliage, stone floors, teak doors, white stucco walls, and exposed ceiling beams serve as the backdrop for a modern kitchen, fireside dining area, gym, heated outdoor pool, hot tub, and a private outdoor bath. Listing: Sotheby's see more
Street Style

Street Style: Chambray Zip Popover at Freeman's Sporting Club

Melodie Jeng, the photographer behind the blog The NYC Streets, snaps men's street-style pics for The Daily Details blog. Check back every day to see new looks and vote in our weekly Like the Look? readers' poll. Today's look was spotted on Aaron Casey, who works at Freeman's Sporting Club in the West Village. see more
Q&A

Actress Brie Larson on Starring in Short Term 12 and Don Jon

At just 23, Brie Larson, the star of Short Term 12 (in theaters now) already has a reel that would make most actors jealous. She's demonstrated depth and soul in Sundance Indies (The Spectacular Now and Don Jon) as well as crowd-pleasing comedic timing in more commercial projects (21 Jump Street and United States of Tara). She's smart as hell, dives deep into her roles, and really, really just wants to act. We sat down with the California native to talk about how she gets into character, why memorizing lines gives her panic attacks, and her occasional need to see more
Health

When Bigger Is Better: Exercises and Diet Tips to Add Muscle Mass

In many ways, fitness is like math: Sometimes you work on subtraction, focusing on burning more calories or shaving seconds off of your 50-meter swim splits. Addition, however, can be a bit more complex. While so much of the conversation around diet and fitness is related to losing weight, plenty of exercisers want to do just the opposite. Which begs the questions: What are the best ways to get bigger and the smartest ways to gain? No offense to Arnold and Sly, but the comically bulging 80s-blockbuster muscles fell out of fashion along with the Walkman. The new aspirational see more
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