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So far @Jessica_Rothe has tackled parts ranging from an enterprising pot dealer in MTV’s comedy series "Mary+Jane" to a supporting, singing role in last year’s "La La Land," and is set to star in next year’s remake of the 1983 cult classic "Valley Girl," but @HappyDeathDaymovie, out now, marks the actress's first foray into the horror genre. "The film is a horror-comedy-coming-of-age-action-thriller-love-story: 'Groundhog Day' meets 'Scream' meets John Hughes,” she explains.
📸 @jimmytagliaferri
This past July, professional and amateur motocross racers converged to compete against one another at the Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, New York. What follows is a portrait of the motorheads and their madness.
📸@craigmcdeanstudio
The Walking Dead's @laurencohan described the "Death Dinners" hosted for each character as they're killed off the show. According to the British-American actress, Steven Yeun's goodbye party (he played fan-favorite Glenn Rhee) was the first to feature a karaoke machine. "We finished the night singing Backstreet Boys karaoke and everything else cheesy you can imagine."
📸 @williamshirakawa
Styling @deborahfergusonstylist
Call him what you will—porn star, hard-bodied model, Instagram thot—but Brody Blomqvist is ready to rewrite his own narrative, and he’s going to make sure you read it.
📸 @rykerallen
As the new creative director at Saint Laurent, one of fashion’s most storied and influential houses, @AnthonyVaccarello is once again reinventing Parisian cool.
📸 @studio_jackson
Styling @alastairmckimm
Cloud of Petals, Sarah Meyohas’s latest project, is as ethereal and delightfully obscure as it sounds. Opening at Red Bull Arts on October 12, the 26-year-old artist's show features a film, vitrines made by wall panels from Bell Labs fitted with two-way mirrors, six virtual reality simulations depicting digitized and pixelated rose petals, and two wall displays of 3,200 individually pressed and preserved petals.
📸 @tesslomayer
@jinsoon's limited-edition Shake It nail lacquer was inspired by Warhol's Factory era in NYC, when he was fascinated with silver #andyscandy
Alia Shawkat isn’t just the producer and star of @searchpartytbs. In fact, she’s also a painter, singer, writer and possibly a future director. "With all the attention that comes from being an actor—on set and when doing press—you have to maintain a certain kind of energy and be open and snappy and interactive. When I’m painting or singing, I get to experience a different side of that. With singing, I don’t necessarily have to share my own personality, but I get to be emotional."
📸 @sharifhamza
Appearing in one of the year’s most anticipated films sounds glamorous, but for @sylviahoeks, the road there was anything but. “I was filming a movie in Germany and didn’t have time to make a proper casting tape,” she says of her audition for @bladerunnermovie, this month’s sequel to the 1982 cult classic. “In the middle of the night, I sat against the door of my Airbnb, because that’s where I could plug in the most lamps to light myself, and I just ran the scene with a handheld camera until dawn.”
📸 @stevenpanpan
Stars of Norwegian teen series #Skam, Tarjei Sandvik Moe and Henrik Holm are the poster boys for a fandom so large and malleable that their characters became real. "I’ve met so many people that were affected by, not only the characters and how we portray them, but also the fan base and the warmth inside of all the fans that it became a family that started connecting with each other from across the world. They found something that they could enjoy together and can talk about as much as they wanted." —@henkeholm
📸 @the_fridamarklund
Styling @emelierjohansson
In 2009, Penélope Cruz became the first Spanish actress to win an Academy Award—a sky-high career peak if ever there was one.
📸 @christian_macdonald_studio
Styling @menamorado
Artist Rachel Rose now produces one video a year, each about ten minutes in length and accompanied by site-specific installations she builds to reflect the video’s central feeling. When asked to describe the source of her curious passions, she mentions "The Rings of Saturn," a meandering book by W.G. Sebald, which blends fact and fiction. “I’m into his trompe l’oeil-ing through time,” she says. “You feel the transition fully, one thing morphs into another.”
📸 @chriscolls
Ta-Nehisi Coates talks about failing in order to move forward: “Even before I became a writer, I accepted the possibility of failure in my daily life. It was just the fact of my life: I could try to be a good person, but pretty much everything else that was going to happen to me out in the world was beyond my control. And it probably was not going to end too well. That was my thought. And even if that was a place I didn't want to be, that was my home, that's where I lived. Even after I started writing for The Atlantic, I remember just waiting for everything to go wrong at some point. And it didn't. And it probably won't.”
📸 @sebkimstudio
“I'm happy to say, that my ego has gotten smaller over time. I used to be so afraid about what people were going to think of me, if I was going to be accepted, if I was going to be loved. I put a lot of energy into the perception of myself.” -@penelopecruzoficial 📸 @christian_macdonald_studio
Styling @menamorado
Our October cover star Penélope Cruz talks to Gwyneth Paltrow about passion, motherhood and Hollywood’s obsession with aging women (link in bio!)
📸 @christian_macdonald_studio
Styling @menamorado
Ten-year-old Will Tilston and 22-year-old Alex Lawther both star as the film’s namesake in the stirring A.A. Milne biopic, “Goodbye Christopher Robin.” Lawther described the sadness that came with learning of the titular character’s real-life story: "He did a radio interview later in life where he said to the presenter, ‘If anybody knows a desert island where I can go and just be by myself, let me know,’ ” Lawther says. “It broke my heart.” 📸 @guylowndes Styling @nicjottkandt