PINE TIME (page 102)
He earned his stripes as a swaggering Kirk in last year's Star Trek. Now he appears opposite Denzel Washington in this month's Unstoppable—a title that nicely describes the career trajectory of this handsome young star.
WISEGUY: GAVIN ROSSDALE (page 98)
The Bush frontman finally addresses those longstanding rumors regarding his relationship with cross-dressing pop star Marilyn. Gwen's hubby also dishes on reuniting Bush and playing tennis with Roger Federer.
LAST CALL: TODD PHILLIPS (page 136)
The director of Due Date dishes on his plans for a sequel to The Hangover, his upcoming Belushi biopic, and his attempt to tase Zach Galifianakis.
HOW TO GET THE BODY OF THE MOMENT (page 82)
Today's ideal physique is slim and rangy, and you can't achieve it in the weight room. Instead, head to the exercise studio and try working out like a girl. Plus: the best classes, and how to do them without a trainer.
THE BIGGEST ACT IN VEGAS (page 114)
Ten years after he embraced the name Big Elvis, Pete Vallee tipped the scales at nearly 1,000 pounds. But today, thanks to diet and exercise, he's half the man he used to be.
DROP CULTURE (page 90)
Say so long to the Early Adopter. Today, the most influential guy in the room is the First Dropper—the tastemaker who senses when a trend's 15 minutes are up. For marketers, advertisers, Internet-start-up heads, and fashion designers, identifying and targeting the First Dropper is the key to success.
STAY. HERE. NOW. (page 120)
Magnificently conceived boutique hotels are sprouting up in the unlikeliest places on the globe. Here are nine of the best. Plus: restaurants and boutiques for design addicts.
PLUS: The new hosting essentials, 1970's cinema distilled, the purchases of the moment, the best online stores, grooming routines with designer Simon Spurr, and stylist Paul Stura redefines the way men dress in the city...