Taylor Swift Talks Death Threats & Vicious Celebrity Culture: “I’m Not Gonna Let Them Make Me Have A Meltdown”
October 21st, 2014
Taylor Swift opens up about the men who want to kill her and celebrities being “pushed to the brink of a public meltdown” in a revealing new Esquire interview.
She explains that her dating habits became a way for the media to knock her down a peg, because the press needs to find some kind of problem with every star they cover.Read more...
September 16th, 2014PHOTOS
Esquire asked 50 notable men to reflect on the people who helped drive their success as a part of the magazine’s new mentoring initiative.
Chris Pratt, James Franco, Aziz Ansari, Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Hader, and Armie Hammer are among the stars who share stories about the men and women who changed their lives in order to show the positive effect a mentor can have on a child.
Check out their stories and photos here!Read more...
August 6th, 2014
Pratt tells the September issue of Esquire he bought Faris a gun in the event someone breaks into their home while he’s away, and it necessitates her “blowing their f**king brains out.”Read more...
July 30th, 2014
As Gossip Cop can attest, a lot — A LOT — has been said about Pattinson’s relationship with Stewart, which was infamously complicated by her cheating with Rupert Sanders.
In his Esquire cover story, Pattinson takes a light tone to the subject that has fascinated the tabloids and fans alike.Read more...
April 23rd, 2014
Heather Graham opened up about her issues with Hollywood in a recent Esquire interview, sharing her thoughts about the entertainment industry’s treatment of women.
According to the actress, who has had sex-themed roles on projects like The Hangover and an upcoming stint on “Californication,” the movie business is “totally sexist.”Read more...
September 10th, 2013PHOTOS
To mark its 80th anniversary, Esquire has assembled men ranging from 1 to 80 years old to create a “living portrait of the American man.”
“The Life of Man” series features kids, politicians, athletes — and a number of Hollywood stars.
Jon Hamm, Bradley Cooper, Michael Douglas, Josh Hutcherson, Robert Redford, Blake Shelton, and Robin Williams are among the participants to offer bits of wisdom and reflection.Read more...
February 14th, 2013
Ashton Kutcher has no problem acknowledging that some of his films are far from the greatest movies ever made.
“I know exactly what films I’ve done that f**king suck donkey,” the actor admits in the March issue of Esquire. “And I know the ones that are good, that people like.”Read more...