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PLUS: Guy Ritchie, Yoga With Adam Levine, the Recovery Revolution, and Inside the Biggest Health Trend of the Moment
WORKING-CLASS HERO: JEREMY RENNER (page 119)
Jeremy Renner is just your average construction-working, pygmy-goat-raising, unnervingly intense, salt-of-the-earth two-time Academy Award nominee. After struggling to break through for two decades, the 40-year-old actor is now collecting starring roles in mega-budget action movies (Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol, The Avengers, and The Bourne Legacy) like they're going out of style. Even the most driven guys need a hobby, right?
THE WISEGUY: GUY RITCHIE (page 64)
British filmmaker Guy Ritchie, 43, has a new son at home, a new Sherlock Holmes movie in theaters, and no regrets about the tough guys (or material girls) in his past.
THE BODY: DETOX NATION (page 89)
The cult of the cleanse. The juice. The diets. The fasting. Why the American man is obsessed with purifying himself, one juice at a time.
HIGH SOBRIETY (page 146)
What was once a social stigma is now a point of pride. For everyone from Hollywood players to New York City power brokers, getting sober is a rite of passage, today's definitive status symbol. Forget the A-list—the AA-list is here.
ROCK-STAR YOGA (page 96)
Adam Levine, the lead singer of Maroon 5 and a judge on The Voice, practices one workout like a religion: a custom yoga routine that has sharpened his mind and chiseled his body.
LAST CALL: DIABLO CODY (page 152)
The sharp-tongued 33-year-old screenwriter, who's back with the black comedy Young Adult, insists she's no celebrity—but she still has a lot to say about fame.
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