Mad Men x modern man.
To Alec Baldwin's Superman. What the what?
"Hot! Ready! Legal!"
'Rolling Stone' only gave his new album 4 stars.
Congrats, the Sheepdogs.
"They definitely would have gone with the alternative, but since I didn't give them one they went with Rihanna."
It looks like a bomb, though.
"Capturing the edgy-yet-elegant spirit of one of the world's most iconic music magazines, we now invite you to a new Rolling Stone experience."
And that's one of the nicer things he says in his autobiography!
Jon Hamm, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, and Elisabeth Moss squeezed themselves into the backseat of a car for a new cover.
See Paul Rudd, Dennis Hopper, Angelina Jolie, Michael Cera, Lady Gaga, and more in the slideshow.
See Sean Penn, Dev Patel, Rihanna, Ke$ha, and more from this month's magazines.
Credenzas are exciting, says Kanye.
What ballgame controversy?
"You had record executives who’ve been sitting in their office for 20 years because of one act. ‘But that’s the guy who signed Motley Crue.' Seriously? That was fucking 25 years ago."
Lohan does Jesus, Pattinson passes out, Quentin Tarantino nibbles ear, and more from this month's issues.
Plus: Jason Priestley! Zachary Quinto! Ray Bradbury!
The two guys who reviewed the Beatles' final album for 'Rolling Stone' have both changed their minds.
Your guess is as good as ours! But that said, we have some theories. Of course we do!
"I don't think it should be a surprise for anyone to hear that I'm gay," he tells 'Rolling Stone.'
The magazine's next issue will finally solve the mystery of Adam Lambert's sexuality.
Unlike David Fricke, we'd have only docked him half a star for it.
Them's fightin' words!
No, it's not a follow-up to "Goddess in the Doorway."