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In a rare interview, the actor opens up about his ambitions, life with his uber-famous fiancée, and navigating loss. By Marisa Meltzer Photography by Aaron Sinclair June 1, 2022 I’m huddled next to Sam Asghari as he shows me something on his phone. It’s a trailer for a student film he stars in. Mario Lopez
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Get to know the team, attend talkbacks and digital events, peep exclusive behind-the-scenes content and more. By The Editors of GQ May 31, 2022 GQ just launched The Metaverse Issue, exploring the highs, lows, and WTFs of NFTs, the metaverse and everything Web3. We know that this stuff can be polarizing, whether you’ve got a wallet
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Whether midcentury Miami or Sinatra’s Vegas, grungy ‘90s Manhattan or glossy ’70s midtown, the coolest hot spots seem to be borrowing from previous decades. By Jason Diamond May 31, 2022 Harold M. Lambert/Getty Images Maybe I started to notice it when I saw a 20-something at a party yell, “I love this fucking song” when
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How the funniest part of last night’s Barry episode came together. By Gabriella Paiella May 30, 2022 Tom Allen as Mitch, inside Beignets by Mitch.Merrick Morton/HBO There’s this running bit on Sunday night’s episode of Barry. At various points, each of the main characters finds themselves at a place called Beignets by Mitch, pouring their
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The veteran actor, most famous for Goodfellas, passed away on May 26. By Paul Thompson May 27, 2022 Photographs: Everett Collection, Getty Images; Collage: Gabe Conte About 15 minutes into Goodfellas, you get the full reveal, from the asphalt up: the alligator shoes, the suit that surely fell off the back of a truck, the
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Copyright law in the age of Web3. By Eileen Cartter May 25, 2022 Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images Pilot season is rough for everyone, especially when you are Seth Green’s Bored Ape Yacht Club #8398, which was slated to star in a series the actor was developing—until #8398 was “kidnapped” in a phishing scheme that cost Green
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22 burning questions—and answers!—about the insanely lucrative, uniquely confusing, distressingly scammy, and quite possibly revolutionary world of non-fungible tokens. By Duncan Cooper and Jessica Klein May 26, 2022 1. So what is an NFT, anyway? In essence, an NFT, or non-fungible token, is just a record that someone owns something. That record lives on the
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The French period-piece film is haunting, visceral, and in today’s political context, a warning. By Callie Beusman May 27, 2022 Fabrizio Rongione and Anamaria Vartolomei in Happening.Courtesy of Wild Bunch via Everett Collection In Happening, a haunting, visceral drama directed by Audrey Diwan, a 23-year-old student, Anne, discovers she is pregnant. It’s the early 1960s,
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We are in a war with one man, Vladimir Putin. And Vladimir Putin is nuclear. Putin has made two kinds of nuclear threats. He has threatened to use nuclear warheads. And he has implicitly threatened us with deliberate disasters at the nuclear reactors he has captured. But that’s not all. Since the year 2000, Russian
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