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Robert De Niro: What I've Learned

As he approaches his seventies, the icon reflects on his Godfather days, his relationship to Marlon Brando, and why he'll never really retire<p><i>Published in the January 2011 "Meaning of Life" issue. Click here for more.</i><p><b>Those who say</b> don't know. Those who know don't say. That holds up over time.<p><b>So …

Marlon Brando

The Itinerant Artist

A profile.<p><b>Sure, he hasn't had his eggs yet,</b> 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 T-shirt hangs on his shoulders like the wind blew it there. He's catfooted and somehow goofy of …

Rhode Island

The Complete Robert Downey Jr.

We just let the man talk. And no one can talk like this man.<p>Well, most of it. The rest is in our May issue. For the cover story, we just let the man talk. And no one can talk like this man.

Robert Downey Jr.

Welcome to Goslingland

A long ride through a dangerous world of skeletons, roller coasters, fast cars, slow talk, Bonkers candy, street crawlers, love parades, and freak shows with Ryan Gosling, the most amused man in movies<p><i>4:08 p.m.</i><p><i>Greenwich Village</i><p>First thing: Yes, Ryan Gosling will drive. It's a Corvette — red one, …

Disney World

Vertigo

At sea with Javier Bardem<p><i>From the October issue of Esquire</i><p><b>Javier Bardem is listening</b> to a doctor explain proprioception, the cosmic process that allows us to know, among other things, the location of our feet in space. He is listening to the doctor while they're on a sailboat that has tipped nearly …

Numb

Christian Bale May Kill Someone Yet

When a rage for authenticity meets a passionate fakery meets a workingman's attitude, you get this guy. An actor of great dimension — just don't call him that. And he'll probably win some big award for his role in The Fighter, but don't dare tell him that. A funny and sometimes testy encounter with …

Animal Rights

Just Another Day at the Ponies with Clive Owen

At a racetrack in Paris, a writer gave a movie star $1,600 of his own money — not Esquire's money. His. It seemed like a good way to find out about a man, letting him bet with your cash. It was. It wasn't a great way to win, though.PLUS: Get More Celebrity Interviews<p><b>The horse has a hard-on.</b> A big, …

Duty-free

Matt Damon: The Celebrity Shall Save You

He wants to rescue the third world with a smile, a bulk e-mail list, and a wad of cash. Are you rolling your eyes yet?<p><b>The videographer is scrambling.</b> He missed the shot. It's not his fault, really. The moment was spontaneous, unexpected. That was the whole point. But those moments are, by their …

Clint Eastwood

300 Things We Didn't Know About Gerard Butler

We sent one of our most open-minded reporters, a man largely unsullied by any familiarity with our Hollywood-obsessed world, to interview this guy. We gave him a first name and an address, nothing more. We were pretty certain Cal had never heard of him. This is what happened.<p><b>I send</b> a quick text to …

Jennifer Aniston

The Hard Luck and Beautiful Life of Liam Neeson

Actor, ass-kicker, widower, philosophizer, big man, funny man, capable drinker of pinot noir: may we introduce to you, the man you've known for all these years<p><i>Originally published in the March issue</i><p><b>Liam Neeson and I</b> last spoke a week before I wrote this sentence. At that time, I asked him what he …

Northern Ireland

Bill Murray: The ESQ+A

The actor talks about inaccessibility and freedom, commitment and fatherhood. And Wes Anderson. And citrus fruit.<p><i>Published in the June/July 2012 issue</i><p><i>Friday, early evening in the basement of Murray's house in Charleston, South Carolina. Raab got into town around noon.</i><p><b>SCOTT RAAB:</b> Your name came up …

Bill Murray

The 10 Baddest Seeds in Movie History

<b>Kids are loving,</b> adorable, and full of life... except, of course, when they're the figurative (or, worse still, literal) spawn of Satan. Anyone who's ever had to sit through a long flight enduring the screams of an unruly tyke, or a dinner out alongside a table full of snot-nosed brats, knows that …

Horror

The Unsexy Porn of Nymphomaniac

And thoughts on The Raid 2 and Steve Coogan's latest travelogue<p><b>The rumors had been flying</b> ever since an enigmatic e-mail went out to folks at this year's Sundance Film Festival a few days before: "Hey, we'd like to invite you to a secret screening Tuesday night. We can't tell you what it is." …

Kill Bill

A Day With the Protestors in a Burning Kiev

<i>KIEV, Ukraine —</i> Behind a wall of burning tires, Uri waits hidden inside a destroyed storefront on Hrushevskogo Street, where Ukraine's parliament stands. The shop was smashed and burned days ago when violence erupted between police and protesters.<p>"They come?" he asks in broken English, referring to …

Russia

Everything You Wanted to Know About the Breaking Bad Opera

"I'm really glad there's no Tuco. He freaks me out."<p><b>The word "opera" isn't usually</b> followed by "cooking meth," "shooting people at point-blank range," or "television." Hell, "opera" and anything having to do with <i>Breaking Bad</i> in the slightest usually wouldn't find themselves in the same paragraph, …

The Arts

Exclusive: Ferocious Photos From the Protester Side of Ukraine's Riots

Wil Sands has been embedded with the protestors since the outbreak of violence on Friday<p>If you haven't been following the riots in Ukraine, now is the time to start. Opposition leaders rejected President Yanukovych's concession offer Saturday, and are now calling for nothing short of his …

Venezuela

A Normal Day in the Unusual Life of Michael Keaton

One of the most beloved actors in American cinema wakes up early, drinks coffee, shoots a bird, sees some friends, drinks whiskey, and tries to make a little sense of the world...<p><b>1.</b> Monday. I am asked to interview Michael Keaton. They tell me he lives in Montana.<p><b>2.</b> I tell my brother, who texts …

Tom Hanks

Obama's Presidency, As Explained by Game of Thrones Characters

He's already binge watching season 4, and here's why: he can see himself in so many different characters<p><b>We're not particularly surprised</b> that Obama loves <i>Game of Thrones</i>, nor that he's already watching the new season. His nerd credentials were established long ago with his collection of Spider-man …

TV Series

Jennifer Lawrence Is Officially America's Blanket-Wrapped, Eternal Sunday Morning Girlfriend

And now she got a bunch of Dorito dust on some expensive dresses.<p><b>Today, Vanity Fair ran an article</b> with the headline "Jennifer Lawrence Damaged Some Of Her American Hustle Costumes With Dorito Dust" and it made the world stop, think, and ponder whether Jennifer Lawrence is either A) some sort of …

Jennifer Lawrence

The 15 Best Teen Sex Comedies Ever

A hallowed, albeit juvenile, tradition<p><b>Zac Efron decisively ditches</b> his squeaky clean <i>High School Movie</i> persona for one as a red-blooded horndog with this week's <i>That Awkward Moment</i>, an R-rated adventure in the grand tradition of '80s sex comedies. That Efron's latest can't hold a candle to those …

Bill Murray

Why We Love Sherlock

(Hint: Because deep down we're all nutcases.)<p><b>There is a basic fact of narrative craft</b> that film and television and book executives all know: If you have Sherlock Holmes in a story, it will sell. It really doesn't matter what you do with him. You can set him in the present day. You can have him in a …

Sherlock Holmes

Her: the movie every internet addict should be forced to watch

We all use technology to escape from our lives. But sometimes you need to see a film about a man having sex with his phone for it to really hit home<p>I have lived in Britain long enough to know that enthusiasm and cheerleading will never get you much credibility here – deprecation, misanthropy and a …

Hitmen for hire: academics unlock the secret behaviour of Britain's contract killers

Study finds the average cost of a hit is £15,000 – and motive is often mundane<p>They are classified as novices, journeymen, dilettantes or masters. They are Britain's hitmen – killers who ply their deadly trade in return for cash, and who for the first time have become the subject of a major academic …