Plus: Vanessa Hudgens, Christian Slater, Lupe Fiasco's Comeback, Hollywood's Greatest Vanity Project, Arthur's Greta Gerwig, and Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump
THE BODY (page 119)
In its new section, DETAILS knocks readers into shape with a 30-day program designed by Core Performance founder Mark Verstegen and a celebrity workout with FX's Lights Out star Pablo Schreiber. DETAILS shows you how to get the ideal body, raise your game with the most stylish workout gear, and answers the pickiest nutritional questions--like can carbs be more addictive than cocaine?
VANESSA HUDGENS (page 172)
With a sexy new role in Zach Snyder's Sucker Punch, the 22-year-old starlet, best known for the High School Musical series and a puppy-love romance with Zac Efron, finally squirms out from under Mickey's long shadow and sheds her squeaky-clean image.
WISEGUY: CHRISTIAN SLATER (page 83)
With more than five years of sobriety and a new series on Fox, the 41-year-old-actor has put his Hollywood bad boy days behind him. The only drug he fiends for now? The occasional piece of nicotine gum.
THE COMEBACK:LUPE FIASCO (page 71)
If hip-hop lyrics really are poetry, then why isn't Lupe Fiasco the biggest name in the game? After two critically lauded records that prompted Jay-Z to call him a genius, Fiasco's looking for mass appeal (and a popular uprising) with his new album, Lasers.
BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES (page 152)
After earning a fortune processing online-porn payments, Chris Mallick spent $32 million to make Middle Men, a movie about his fabulous rise. It bombed—but that was just the beginning of his problems. Take a look inside the crash of Hollywood's most narcissistic film project.
THE CULTURE DIET: GRETA GERWIG (page 80) Greta Gerwig, who stars opposite the outrageous Russell Brand in next month's Arthur remake, reveals her go-to album for sex, the man-on-the-run movies she loves, and her fondness for the website Nerdboyfriend.com.
LAST CALL: PATRICK STUMP (page 190)
The former Fall Out Boy front man emerges with a soulful new sound and sharp new look. Stump describes the fall out with his former band members and the inspiration behind his debut solo album, Soul Punk.
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