THE LAST ALPHA MALE (page 134)
After years of struggling, Jon Hamm finally arrived with Mad Men, creating a style icon who's come to help us rediscover our lost masculine cool.

MAVERICKS 2010 (page 115)
Our fifth annual list showcases 16 bold thinkers and risk takers in the worlds of entertainment, politics, fashion, and technology. Whether they're fighting for gay marriage or making virtual reality a reality, these innovators are linked by a conviction that their ideas could—and should—change everything.

BREAKING BAD (page 154)
After fanning fanboy passions in the megabudget Watchmen, Swedish-born actress Malin Akerman is going small with a pair of angsty Sundance-style films. But no matter what the project, she looks great in her underwear.

HOLY SHIT, I'M FAT! (page 160)
All over America, chubsessive men are moaning about nonexistent love handles. Why are so many guys so eager to pinch an inch they don't have?

THE SPY WHO LOVED US (page 162)
With her stunning body and sultry charm, Russian seductress Anna Chapman made easy prey of the men of America. To this day, they insist that what they had with her was special.

BRIAN AUSTIN GREEN (page 130)
The former 90210 star dishes on playing a hunk on Desperate Housewives and making an honest woman out of Megan Fox.

MAX MINGHELLA (page 170)
The rising actor costars in this month's Oscar-baiting The Social Network, but deep down he dreams of getting to blow shit up in a Michael Bay flick.

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