The actor chows down on the perfection of The Big Lebowski, the imperfections of big bones, the instinct of Roseanne Barr, and the inescapable yumminess of White Castle while drunk. Goodman was born and
The 70-year-old director on meeting Gotti, wanting Scorsese to helm Godfather II, ignoring The Sopranos, and more (wine with Bill Cosby, anyone?) When I was sixteen or seventeen, I wanted to be a writer.
Say what you will, but Sean Penn is a man you'd want on your side. Why? He knows how to fight. He's fighting his own renegade war to save Haiti. He's fought battles over money and creativity in Hollywood
Actor, 79, Los Angeles They're prescription. That's why I wear them. A long time ago, the Middle American in me may have thought it was a bit affected maybe. But the light is very strong in southern California.
Actor, 45, Los Angeles My eye? It's a genetic thing. My dad had it and now I have it. You know, I just found out that it may be correctable a little bit, because it does impair my vision. When I look I
Actor, 78 Born in San Francisco and raised throughout northern California, Eastwood attended Los Angeles City College under the G. I. Bill and served as mayor of Carmel, California from 1986 to 1988. the
The actor on DeNiro, Pacino, Brando, Coppola, Caine, and the smell of napalm in the morning Published in the January 2011 "Meaning of Life" issue Seeing your name on the list for KP or guard duty when
As he approaches his seventies, the icon reflects on his Godfather days, his relationship to Marlon Brando, and why he'll never really retire Published in the January 2011 "Meaning of Life" issue. Click
The actor talks about The Master, Paul Thomas Anderson, weight loss, anonymity, and kids Published in the November 2012 issue, on sale any day now Late lunch at Cafe Cluny in Manhattan's West Village.
A profile. Sure, he hasn't had his eggs yet, but it's got to be said: James Franco looks a little ragged along the seams at 8:45 in the morning. Unshaven. Inky at his edges and out of sorts. The brown
He has appeared in sixty-one movies, many of them blockbusters, and has five more this year. He has raised three children, all of them grown, and had one more this year. He has a lot to say, but it's getting
When you're at the top in Hollywood, as he is now, you can do anything you want. Including doing what you want. Music Issue Jeff Bridges is walking in his backyard, which consists of nineteen acres on
The cowboy in Cowboys & Aliens is hard to get to know. Even if you witnessed the encounter our writer had with him in London, you'd be left wondering about a few things. We imagined what those things be.
At sea with Javier Bardem From the October issue of Esquire Javier Bardem is listening to a doctor explain proprioception, the cosmic process that allows us to know, among other things, the location of
For the first time, the Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden tells his story — speaking not just about the raid and the three shots that changed history, but about the personal aftermath for himself and
Smoke like a chimney, work like a horse, eat without thinking, go for a walk only in really pleasant company. Certain people find everything boring. I discovered that nature was constructed in a wonderful
He's always been obsessed with the American way of winning and losing, the blessing also being the curse. It's the subject of much of his career and the substance of much of his life. PLUS: The Exclusive
Pack on the muscle you want by busting the myth of the hard gainer I'VE BEEN CALLED A pencil, a string bean, skin and bones. I've heard the three words no man who cares about his physique ever wants to