Karlie Kloss! Kris Kristofferson! A family of otters.
Jordan Catalano looks crazy.
As it was meant to be danced.
Tell 'em, Zooey.
Lohan does Jesus, Pattinson passes out, Quentin Tarantino nibbles ear, and more from this month's issues.
The protagonist has started crumbling under the pressure of her dual life.
Where can you watch? Jermaine to perform?!? Elizabeth Taylor is on Twitter?!?!?!
Or is he?
It isn't hard to figure out which record albums in 'Rolling Stone''s year-end Top 50 were Jann Wenner's picks, but we'll point them out anyway.
At Bonnaroo over the weekend, M.I.A. played her third final show since last Friday.
A.O. Scott and Manohla Dargis take stock of American cinema, now that Judd Apatow has remade Hollywood in his own image.
Inspired by a 1966 tragedy in which coal waste trickled down a mountain in a Welsh mining town, engulfing a nearby school and killing 144, Elena Willis’s Aberfan 1966 seems an exercise in surrealist photographic technique.
Who the hell is that on the cover of Russian Vogue?
2004: Frank Langella is coming off a tough stretch in his career. His most prominent role in the past few years is as Aertes in an NBC miniseries of Jason and the Argonauts; his performance as "Voice of the Dragon" was just cut out of Red Dragon. Langella shoots an independent comedy called Breaking the Fifth…