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Philip Seymour Hoffman: The ESQ&A

The actor talks about The Master, Paul Thomas Anderson, weight loss, anonymity, and kids<p><i>Published in the November 2012 issue, on sale any day now</i><p><i>Late lunch at Cafe Cluny in Manhattan's West Village.</i><p><b>SCOTT RAAB:</b> You wanna face the room or the wall?<p><b>PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN:</b> You can face the room if you …

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

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, …

Vince Vaughn: The Biggest Man in the Room

He's also usually the funniest and best liked. So what's he so afraid of?<p><b>Vince Vaughn looks a lot like Vince Vaughn, only bigger.</b><p>He's tall enough to have to duck through doorways, as he just did, and wide enough to spend a lot of time walking sideways through tight spaces, like this steakhouse. He …

Hung Up

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

Free at Last: The Robert Redford Story

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 Never-Before-Seen Photos of Redford from 1959<p><i>Published in the April 2013 issue</i><p><b>The war is over,</b> …

Napa Valley

Sean Penn: What I've Learned

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 for decades. He fights for any idea he believes in. Will he ever stop? Music: "Ballad of the …

Making Movies

George Clooney: What I've Learned

Actor, 54, Kentucky<p><b>PLUS: See the January Cover and Watch a Video Interview with Clooney on the iPad >></b><p><b>Hey, this is Einstein</b>. I guess he's part cocker spaniel or something. I got him out of a shelter about a year and a half ago. I was looking for a dog because I hadn't had one for a while — and I …

New Jersey

Clint Eastwood: What I've Learned

Actor, 78<p><i>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.</i><p><b>In the first place,</b> I was taller than most kids in my classes. In the second, we were always moving. …

Clint Eastwood

Robert Duvall: What I've Learned

The actor on DeNiro, Pacino, Brando, Coppola, Caine, and the smell of napalm in the morning<p><i>Published in the January 2011 "Meaning of Life" issue</i><p><b>Seeing your name</b> on the list for KP or guard duty when you're in the Army is like reading a bad review.<p><b>When I knew nothing,</b> I thought I could do anything.<p><b>A</b> …

Hobbies

What I've Learned: Albert Einstein

<b>Smoke like a chimney, work like a horse,</b> eat without thinking, go for a walk only in really pleasant company.<p>Certain people find everything boring.<p><b>I discovered that nature was constructed in a wonderful way,</b> and our task is to find out the mathematical structure of the nature itself. It is a kind …

Albert Einstein

What I've Learned: George Carlin

Comedian, 64, Venice, California<p><b>I was in my mother's belly</b> as she sat in the waiting room of the abortionist's office. Dr. Sunshine was his code name. I was fifty feet from the drainpipe, and she saw a painting on the wall that reminded her of her mother, who had recently died. She took that as a …

Heroism

Make the Best Meatloaf from Scratch: The Video

<b>Heat the oven to 350°F</b>: Set the oven to pre-heat and place a rack in the bottom third of the oven. Line a baking sheet or other baking dish with …

Onions

Smoked Salmon Chowder Recipe on Food52

<b>Author Notes:</b> A twist on the classic New England clam chowder, this recipe is a great source for omega-3 fatty acids. It is easy to make. Great for warming up on a cold winter day! I prefer VitalChoice canned Smoked Sockeye Salmon. It comes boneless and skinless. VitalChoice uses sustainable …

Seafood

Margaret Fox's Amazon Chocolate Cake

<i>Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Senior Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius.</i><p><i>Today: Your new go-to birthday cake, bake sale cake, dinner party cake, late night snack cake -- for when the fridge is at its barest and you need chocolate cake now.</i> …

Dessert

Ultimate Nachos with Beer-Braised Carnitas

Home > Recipes by Category > Slow Cooker Recipes > Ultimate Nachos with Beer-Braised Carnitas<p>September 17, 2013 // 40 <i>Comments »</i><p>As far as I’m …

West Africa's best wildlife parks

Everyone knows about the great national parks of eastern and southern Africa – Masai Mara, Kruger and Serengeti all conjure up images of majestic landscapes, packs of lions lazing in the shade and herds of elephants roaming the savannah. But have you heard of Mole, Pendjari and Waza? These wildlife …

Comfort Me With: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork with Dr Pepper

When I visited Austin, Texas last month, I spent most of my time eating at every restaurant I stumbled across. I ate so much barbecue that I swear I smelled like Stubb's bbq sauce for a week afterward. Once I got home from my trip, I was inspired to develop a few barbecue-type recipes of my own. I …