Posts tagged celebrity.

Excited for latenightseth? We are! Check out our Q&A with Seth from our latest issue. 

"I wanted to do a film that, to me, was a depiction of the times we live in. Jordan Belfort was somebody that I was obsessed with playing since 2008, watching the destruction of our economy. He’s not the problem, but he represents something within our very nature and our society that’s very wrong… It was a fun process because there really was no limit to what we could do because Jordan’s biography depicted stuff we could never have imagined."

—Leonardo DiCaprio for The Wolf of Wall Street

On our cover page: Christian Bale hangs up his Batman cape and is back to messy, larger-than-life characters for fiercely independent filmmakers.

If you’re not too blinded by these pearly whites, tell us: Which celeb has the best smile? What makes a smile sexy? When is it a turn off? We’ll be listening via our smile survey.

Q&A Aziz Ansari

With a new stand-up special hitting Netflix, the Parks and Recreation star discusses his secret romantic side and his everlasting crush on Henry Winkler.

Rodrigo Santoro shows you how to get a surfer’s body…you don’t even need to know how to surf—or swim.

Woman of the Moment: Girl Most Likely's Kristen Wiig

"This person, this kid—we wanted to give him his humanity back…"
Michael B. Jordan on his role in Fruitvale Station

Woman of the Moment: White House Down's Maggie Gyllenhaal

Welcome to the world, baby North West. Meet your parents: Kim and Kanye.

Kim Kardashian: The tabloid queen is proof that being in a sex tape is the new breakout role  (2007):

Kim’s also a professional closet organizer. “There is a huge misconception of Hollywood girls,” she says. “That we don’t work, and we’re just famous for being famous.” Though, of course, she is. Inside Dash, the girls prepare to tape another segment for the morning show—something about “hot looks for fall.”

The Unraveling of Kanye West (2009):

First beat I did,” he recalls, “was in seventh grade, on my computer. I got into doing beats for the video games I used to try to make. My game was very sexual. The main character was, like, a giant penis. It was like Mario Brothers, but the ghosts were, like, vaginas. Mind you, I’m 12 years old, and this is stuff 30-year-olds are programming. You’d have to draw in and program every little step—it literally took me all night to do a step, ‘cause the penis, y’know, had little feet and eyes.