'22 Jump Street' Portraits: A Well-Suited Pair

Comedy buddies Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill talk about their ”odd-couple” dynamic, creative synchronicity, and…if Jonah had ”lady parts”?

From Entertainment Weekly

SUPER FRIENDS: MICHAEL FASSBENDER AND JAMES MCAVOY

THE ACTORS ARE MUCH MORE THAN COSTARS: THEY’RE KINDRED SPIRITS WHO RUN AND RACE—AND SOMETIMES RAGE—TOGETHER. THEIR LATEST ONSCREEN REUNION COMES IN THIS MONTH’S X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. OFFSCREEN, THEY MET IN A NORTH LONDON PUB FOR A DRINK-UP AND A FEW ROUNDS OF STRAIGHT TALK ON SUPERHEROES, SHAKESPEARE, SNOGGING ANGELINA, AND THE MEANING OF TRUE BROMANCE.

From the June/July 2014 issue of Details

The GQ Cover Story: Channing Tatum

Here are a few things you will soon learn about Channing Tatum: He used to have an invisible friend. He wishes people had tails so you could read their emotions. He really likes cake, and beer, and bourbon, and he admits he likes all three a little too much. He enjoys painting, sculpting, and something called fapping. And he’s in the middle of one of the great runs in Hollywood history—seriously, look it up—because he’s the kind of guy who never stops looking for the next big score.

From the June 2014 issue of GQ

The Bomer Method

How Matt Bomer met Larry Kramer, won his dream role in The Normal Heart, and kept on living his own normal, yet charmed, life.

From the June/July 2014 issue of OUT

MATT BOMER IS MORE THAN JUST A PRETTY FACE
WITH THE END OF HIS HIT SHOW, WHITE COLLAR, IN SIGHT, THE 36-YEAR-OLD ACTOR WAS LOOKING TO TAKE RISKS, CHALLENGE HIMSELF, AND CHANGE HOW HE’S SEEN. HE SUCCEEDED ON ALL COUNTS PLAYING AN AIDS-AFFLICTED WRITER IN HBO’S ADAPTATION OF THE NORMAL HEART. THE GRUELING ROLE TOOK A HUGE EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL TOLL, BUT BOMER WOULDN’T HAVE IT ANY OTHER WAY.
From the May 2014 issue of Details

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MATT BOMER IS MORE THAN JUST A PRETTY FACE

WITH THE END OF HIS HIT SHOW, WHITE COLLAR, IN SIGHT, THE 36-YEAR-OLD ACTOR WAS LOOKING TO TAKE RISKS, CHALLENGE HIMSELF, AND CHANGE HOW HE’S SEEN. HE SUCCEEDED ON ALL COUNTS PLAYING AN AIDS-AFFLICTED WRITER IN HBO’S ADAPTATION OF THE NORMAL HEART. THE GRUELING ROLE TOOK A HUGE EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL TOLL, BUT BOMER WOULDN’T HAVE IT ANY OTHER WAY.

From the May 2014 issue of Details

Power of Women NY Honoree: Idina Menzel

From Variety

'The Normal Heart's' 30-Year Journey From Barbra Streisand to Ryan Murphy

Larry Kramer’s searing AIDS play caused a sensation in 1985, and Hollywood, including Streisand, came calling. Now, she opens up about her 10-year entanglement, as Murphy, a hot all-star cast and money from HBO finally make it happen.

From the April 18 issue of The Hollywood Reporter

JOHNNY DEPP

From the May 2014 issue of Interview

Idina Menzel’s Fairy Tale Journey: From Broadway to ‘Frozen’ and a ‘Gorgeous’ Note From John Travolta (Cover Story)

Idina Menzel’s Billboard Cover: 5 Things We Learned About the (Not So) New ‘It’ Girl

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Idina Menzel’s Billboard Cover: 5 Things We Learned About the (Not So) New ‘It’ Girl