On the Cover:
CHANNING TATUM
PLUS: Darren Criss, Ralph Fiennes, Your Ultimate Guide to Supplements, and Bad-News Billionaires

COVER STAR: CHANNING TATUM (page 65)
He possesses the gentlemanly glamour of a classic Hollywood matinee idol—and the fun-loving demeanor of an Alabama good-old guy who once made rent as a stripper. He can carry a romance (The Vow), a comedy (21 Jump Street), or any number of action flicks. He's a guy who can, in a day, shoot 400 bullets from three guns, down nine shots of bourbon, help fix a smoking car for a stranger in trouble—and teach his dog, Lulu, moves from Dirty Dancing. Is he a bundle of contradictions or just a guy having the time of his life?

THE BODY: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO VITAMINS (page 51)
Your ultimate guide to supplements, from the vitamins to take (and avoid) from A to Zinc, featuring the best libido-boosting, waistline-trimming, and cancer-fighting supplements for men.

THE WISEGUY: RALPH FIENNES (page 34)
Ralph Fiennes lightened up for a brief rom-com waltz with J.Lo. But after more than two decades as an actor, the 49-year-old Brit has discovered that brooding is just more fun.

GRANDSON OF A PREACHER MAN (page 98)
Randy Roberts Potts likes to say he grew up 50 feet and a million miles away from firebrand televangelist Oral Roberts. Now openly gay and a pariah to his family, the 37-year-old is on a mission of his own: to undo his grandfather's legacy by preaching in churches and touring the bible belt with his new performance piece, The Gay Agenda.

BAD-NEWS BILLIONAIRES (page 96)
Forget the one percent—in Russia, a handful of outsize industrialists dominate business and politics. They lavish their riches on Scottish castles, cosmonaut training, the world's largest yachts, NBA teams, and English soccer clubs. They boast of surviving assassination attempts and making problems disappear. Here's everything you need to know about these tough-playing titans but were afraid to ask.

LAST CALL: DARREN CRISS (page 104) The 24-year-old star of Glee is bringing his song-and-dance skills to Broadway. Moms, gays, and Michele Bachman, rejoice!

PLUS: The Return of Fifties Cool; the Starlet: Kerry Washington; Going Gray; Why Hollywood Loves the Alkaline Diet; Denim's New Look; the Comeback: Wes Bentley; the Wine Wonders of the World; the Best Road-Assistance Apps, and more.

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