Jai Courtney might be our next great movie hero, but to hear the Australian actor tell it, he’s more than just muscle
If something explodes on-screen this year, chances are Jai Courtney will be nearby. With starring roles in action tentpoles like Insurgent and the newly rebooted Terminator franchise, the brawny 28-year-old Australian—who’s appeared alongside Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher and Bruce Willis in A Good Day to Die Hard—seems poised to ... More
The actress on her role as Frank Underwood's latest enemy
As Detective Rhonda Boney in Gone Girl, Kim Dickens portrayed the moral compass amid the twists and turns of a messy murder investigation. In her role as White House reporter Kate Baldwin in the latest season of Netflix’s juggernaut House of Cards, Dickens tackles the same kind of truth telling. Her Baldwin ... More
The actress opens up about the start of her career and the one true love of her life
The first season of the prime-time soap opera Peyton Place was a tremendous hit in 1964, with its ingénue star, 19-year-old Mia Farrow, drawing a lot of the attention. Photographer Tom Palumbo was struck by Farrow’s wide-eyed beauty and asked his editors at Look magazine if he could shoot her. The answer was yes.
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The actress on filming her intriguing and mysterious new series in Israel
If everyday Middle Eastern conflicts weren’t enough to keep up with, imagine what would happen if, from deep beneath the streets of Jerusalem, a 2,000-year-old plot to overthrow the world came to light. That’s the case for the world according to Dig, a compelling new series—from the creators of Homeland and Heroes—on ... More
American Crime isn’t just another cop show. The new ABC series, from 12 Years a Slave scribe John Ridley, premieres March 5 and centers on what happens after a crime is committed—in this case, the murder of a veteran and the brutal attack of his wife. The series, which stars Felicity Huffman and ... More
Getting to know rising Philadelphia stars Marian Hill
If you’ve ever envisioned yourself in a dark smoky lounge, a Tom Ford dress hugging you in all the right places, cognac swirling in your glass as you move through the room with an unstudied feline swagger—pausing for a suggestive moment as the bass drops and a sea of suits ... More
New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan breaks it down
The New York Times “Wealth Matters” columnist Paul Sullivan adamantly believes that even “rich” people may never find true wealth. His experiences with the one percent influenced his steadfast ideas about financials in new book, The Thin Green Line: The Money Secrets of the Super Wealthy. Here, Sullivan reveals the ... More
Create an excellent film trailer about your life and the actor may just play the lead
Josh Hutcherson wants to play you in his next film. The Hunger Games star recently teamed up with Ron Howard and Canon to launch Project Imagination: The Trailer. Its mission is to encourage filmmakers of all levels to create trailers from photo and video footage of their everyday lives. The actor and ... More
The Following actress discusses the new season, riding in helicopters and guilty pleasures
Fox’s The Following, a series known for its bone-chilling crimes and unexpected plot twists, has been startling audiences since it first premiered in 2013. And the upcoming third season will be no different.
In the series, 90210 alum Jessica Stroup—who plays NYPD detective Max Hardy—stars opposite Kevin Bacon, James Purefoy and Shawn ... More
The celebrated architect is known for classical design, but his New York office shows off a distinctly modern spirit
Silicon Valley startups tend to hog all the credit for kick-starting the open-office phenomenon. But these young technocrats have nothing on illustrious architect Robert A.M. Stern, who has embraced porous, partition-free floor plans since founding his practice in the late 1960s.
“All this talk of open environments—the Googles, the Apples—really started ... More