Showing posts with label ESQUIRE MAGAZINE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ESQUIRE MAGAZINE. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 10, 2013


80th Anniversary For Esquire

Bradley Cooper

Esquire magazine turns 80 and to celebrate the anniversary, the magazine set out to create an epic portfolio titled “The Life of Man,” comprised of 80 original photographs of actors, sports icons, musicians, politicians, Presidents, etc, ages 80 to one.

The high caliber list of celebrities featured in the portrait include Bradley Cooper (38), Jon Hamm (42), Stephen Colbert (49), Aaron Paul (34), Robin Williams (62), Michael Douglas (69), Josh Hutcherson (21), Tim McGraw (46), Kevin Bacon (55), Matthew Broderick (51), Bill Murray (63), Blake Shelton (37), Peter Dinklage (44), Andy Samberg (35), Aziz Ansari (30), Robert Redford (77), Rico Rodriguez (15), Woody Harrelson (52), Dr. Dre (48), Seth Meyers (40), Chris Colfer (23), Grant Holmquist (Baby Carlos from the Hangover I &II- 5), and many more.

Each were asked about either the best day of their life so far, the best advice they’ve ever gotten, or what they are most looking forward to:

Robert Redford – Most looking forward to – “Continuing: That would make me happy.”

Bill Murray - Best advice – “I’ve ignored it”

Robin Williams - Best advice he’s gotten - “It was by Bette Davis. We were doing Laugh-In, and she got the whole cast together and said, ‘Just learn to say no.’ I thought, Wow, pretty interesting, because she was doing Laugh-In.”

Tuesday, April 16, 2013



Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio is the cover subject of the May issue of Esquire, on stands April 23rd. In the interview, he opens up about having thought of himself as the underdog at the start of his career, navigating his success, and his single status.

“I always thought of myself as the underdog, because I didn’t have nice enough clothes or maybe my hair didn’t look good. And so you have to understand – getting your foot in the door is like winning the lottery. It’s literally like winning the lottery if you get to have a career. And I’ve always felt, Okay, now I’ve gotten this shot, and I’m lucky to have gotten this shot, and if I don’t do this to the best of my ability – if I don’t work my ass off and make a life of it – I’ve squandered this incredibly golden opportunity. And that’s always been what has propelled me.”

On navigating his early success, “I really didn’t understand what fame was and I didn’t understand what being in a giant hit was and I didn’t understand what a giant hit Titanic was compared to other giant hits. There was no rule book. There was nobody to navigate me through the experience of being watched all the time and nobody to tell me how to be normal when everybody is acting and looking at me differently.”

On relationships, “Six months of being on location or being off in Morocco or someplace like that is not the best thing for a relationship.”

Thursday, February 14, 2013



Ashton Kutcher

In the March issue of Esquire, on newsstands February 19th, is an interview with Ashton Kutcher where he opens up about portraying Steve Jobs, the less than stellar movies he’s starred in, and his other career pursuits off the screen.

“I know exactly what films I’ve done that fucking suck donkey,” Kutcher says. “And I know the ones that are good, that people like. And I know it not because of the box office, because the box office is not going to tell you the truth. I know it because I have friends that don’t hold back. They don’t depend on me for money or employment. They’re just friends. Friends tell the truth.” He continues, “My big thing is, Fail fast. If you’re going to fuck up, get it over with.”

“I actually used to be a front for the largest national sports-betting syndicate in America…we were clearing like $750,000 in four weeks of college football. It was pretty fun. Then they caught on. The hypothesis had been that the house would just assume that I was a dumb actor with a lot of money who liked football.”

Tuesday, January 15, 2013



Megan Fox is on the cover of Esquire’s February issue, which hits stands January 22nd, and the new mom opens up about why she chose to have her Marilyn Monroe tattoo removed and why she doesn’t want to end up like Lindsay Lohan:

“I started reading about her and realized that her life was incredibly difficult. It’s like when you visualize something for your future. I didn’t want to visualize something so negative….She was sort of like Lindsay. She was an actress who wasn’t reliable, who almost wasn’t insurable….She had all of the potential in the world, and it was squandered. I’m not interested in following in those footsteps.”

She also opens up about growing up in the church, speaking in tongues, and the price of fame.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012



Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Esquire magazine unveils its “Best-Dressed Men of the Year” list in the January issue, on newsstands December 18th. The list honors 18 men who took some risks, broke some rules, and showed the way toward brighter, bolder, and better style for the year ahead. These are the men whose style moments over the last year are worthy of emulation.

Esquire’s Best-Dressed Men of 2012 include: Daniel Craig, Jimmy Fallon, Damian Lewis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Princes William and Harry, Jack White, Luke Donald, Christopher Nolan, Tom Hardy, Chris Bosh, Justin Theroux, Henrik Lundqvist, Paul Feig, Tom Kane (as played by Kelsey Grammer), Victor Cruz, Sean Parker, and Jamie Dimon.

For more information on the best dressed men of the year and for your chance to vote for your favorite, please visit

Tuesday, November 13, 2012



Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper is featured on the cover of the December issue of Esquire magazine on newsstands November 20th. In his interview, the “Silver Linings Playbook” star talks about his admiration for his dad, how he talked his way into Georgetown College (and cried when he learned he got in), and his costar Jennifer Lawrence.

· On getting paid fifteen million for acting: “It afforded me the ability to do the five movies I did between Hangover II and Hangover III. And you can solve people’s problems. To be able to say to someone, “You know what? I’m gonna buy your house for you. You don’t have to worry about the mortgage anymore.”

· On Jennifer Lawrence: “Her truth meter is severe. We would defer to her when we were trying to figure things out and she’d be like: BAM!”

Additionally, writer/director/actress Lena Dunham of the HBO series, Girls, is part of a well-curated list of Esquire’s 2012 list of Americans of the Year, including Bruce Springsteen and entrepreneur Elon Musk.

Saturday, October 06, 2012



Mila Kunis

Esquire magazine has named Mila Kunis the 2012 Sexiest Woman Alive (#SexiestWomanAlive). She’s funny. She’s smart. And those eyes!

The Ukrainian born actress has been acting since she was nine, and many know her as Jackie from That 70's Show, her supporting role in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, as the manipulative diva in Black Swan, the voice of Meg on Family Guy, and her starring role alongside Justin Timberlake in Friends with Benefits. Mila’s star has been on the rise and people can see her next in the upcoming spring release of Oz: The Great and Powerful.

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