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The 5 Best Dressed Guys at Comic Con (Who Didn't Wear Costumes)

We're sure cosplay is rewarding for people who are into it, but a small group of famous guys who went to Comic Con this weekend proved that you don't have to go full Spider Man to have a good time. see more
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Best Celebrity Instagrams of the Week: Derek Blasberg, Joe Zee, Zac Efron and 10 Others

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
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#PharrellWatch: "Happy" Goes Triple Platinum in the UK

The British Recorded Music Industry officially recognized Pharrell Williams' infectious single Happy as a triple platinum record this week after calculating that 1.8 million copies of the song have been sold. see more
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Flashback: See Justin Theroux in 1997's Below Utopia (with Ice-T and Alyssa Milano!)

Details cover guy Justin Theroux is leaving plenty of people sighing jogging commando in HBO's The Leftovers these days. But back in 1997, he starred in a twist-filled thriller about a home invasion (by Ice-T!) of his treasure-filled family estate during a Thanksgiving reunion. (It was only his third movie.) see more
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The Shins' James Mercer on His Childhood Shyness and Why He Never Went Solo

Mr. Mercer, how do you write a song? It depends on what the song needs or wants. I try to interpret what the music is already saying. I listen to the music and try to figure out what emotions are being expressed by that music. Often times it'll remind me of something I've been thinking about and I'll go down that route. If that doesn't work, I think it's cool to just try to come up with some sort of hypothetical scenario that gives that emotional feeling that's being expressed by the music. There are different ways of doing see more
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Fred Armisen on Social Experiments, the Upcoming Johnny Ramone Tribute, and Sexy Elbows

Fred Armisen recently did the unthinkable: He got random New Yorkers to pick up a ringing, public payphone and come and meet the caller across the street. Little did they know that the voice on the other end of the phone was Armisen's—or that they'd be walking into his comedy show. see more
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Best Celebrity Instagrams of the Week: Tom Ford, Lebron James, Gisele Bündchen and 9 Others

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
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Daniel Libeskind on How Architecture Is Like Music and Why Being a Stranger Is a Good Thing

Mr. Libeskind, Goethe compared architecture to frozen music and said that "the tone of mind produced by architecture approaches the effect of music." Do you agree? Oh, absolutely! Architecture is not just an intellectual or abstract exercise, it is an emotional experience just as music is. It is very precise, it cannot be off by one half of a vibration because everyone would know that it doesn't sound right. It has to communicate to the soul and everybody has to share it in a deep emotional way. It is always about a performance and what happens after the performance. see more
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Best Celebrity Instagrams of the Week: David and Victoria Beckham, Matt Bomer, Adam Levine, and 9 Others

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
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Tom Hanks on the Least Comfortable Kind of Movie Set and Why He Rarely Plays the Bad Guy

Mr. Hanks, what kind of film shoots do you hate the most? The most uncomfortable you can be making a movie, I swear to God, is if you have to shoot a wedding scene for two weeks. A wedding scene is a nightmare. You have to wear a tuxedo every day, and it has to look nice, and they are always combing your hair. It's a drag and every day you have to pretend to be at the wedding for two days. I'd rather do a thing where I get beaten up for a couple of hours every day. see more
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