PLUS: Russell Brand, the Celebrity Workout: Patrick Wilson and more from The Body, The Kills' Jamie Hince, and Hollywood's Toughest Heroines.
JOE JONAS (page 96)
Joe Jonas is tired of the virginal rock he made with his brothers, and apparently so is America. With a new solo album this spring, the 21-year-old wants you to see him as more than a tween idol. Is America ready to accept this former Disney dream as a grown-up rock star?
WISEGUY: RUSSELL BRAND (page 54)
Will the real Russell brand please stand up? The star of the new Arthur reboot, husband of Katy Perry, and recovering drug and sex addict may be hard to take seriously. But the 35-year-old Brit whose life and career could be summed up in three words—LOOK AT ME!—might just be the comic genius of our time.
ANTI-AGING FOODS and HEALTHY SNACKS (page 81)
The secret to maintaining youthful skin lies in eating (and avoiding) certain foods. Check out our guide to the five foods that'll make you look younger and healthy packaged foods that will wean you off the vending machine. Plus: Three flavored waters that come without the sugar rush, and why a proper diet is always better than a pill.
THE CELEBRITY WORKOUT: PATRICK WILSON (page 86)
For about 20 years, Patrick Wilson, star of Little Children, Watchmen, and this month's Insidious, went to the gym like any other guy obsessed with how much he could lift. Now, he has a simple formula for staying ripped: Have fun, ditch the weights, and vary your exercise day to day.
LAST CALL: JAMIE HINCE (page 128)
The Kills' guitarist is set to release the surprisingly vulnerable new album Blood Pressures this month—and a marriage to Kate Moss is in the wings. Who says there are no rock stars anymore?
WHY HOLLYWOOD'S TOUGHEST STARS WEAR STILETTOS (page 116)
As the muscle-bound titans of the eighties and nineties reach AARP eligibility, a new generation of ass-kicking actors is taking their place. They're smart, they're athletic, they're relentless—and they're female.
PLUS: The Comeback: Eva Green; the No-Baby Boom: How Parenting Lost Its Cool; the Five-Minute Full-Body Workout; the Yes List; Equipment for the Ultimate At-Home Gym; Watches of Timeless Style; the Hottest New Wine Country; 3-D Recording Devices, and more…
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