James Franco picks a Twilight team and little brother Dave reveals he auditioned for the part of Edward Cullen and is glad he didn't get it in a series of videos shot for Esquire magazine.
The upcoming September issue of Esquire is chock-full of James Franco. He's on the cover, and the magazine features a short story and poem inspired by the actor, a piece on James written by SNL's Bill Hader, and a preview of his art show. There's even a video of James goofing around with his brother Dave — check that out after the jump. James has lately been in Canada shooting Rise of the Apes, and his busy schedule meant he missed out on last night's big NYC premiere of Eat Pray Love with his costars Javier Bardem and the "charmingly shy" Julia Roberts. He managed to find a minute for an interview with Esquire, in which he shared his thoughts on Twilight, acting, and more. James said:
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The recipe calls for a three-pound chicken, though I got one that was about 2.5 pounds, which was just big enough to squeeze into my 10-inch skillet. I only salted and peppered my meat, and with so much moistness, it had plenty of flavor. For the delicious details and the recipe, read more
Sarah Jessica Parker leads the Sex and the City 2 ladies to NYC for their big movie premiere. Check out our interviews with Chris Noth, John Corbett, Jason Lewis, Kristin Davis, SJP, and more on the red carpet! Tom Cruise takes Katie Holmes and adorable Suri out for dinner while Kim Kardashian reveals whether or not she's enhanced her figure and face. Watch it all on PopSugar Rush!
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Tom Cruise flashes one of the most famous smiles in the world for the cover of Esquire's June "How to Be a Man" issue. He's out promoting Knight and Day, and when it comes to talking about what makes him tick, it's all about family. In the issue, Tom reflects on his own childhood, his difficult relationship with his father, and getting into the business as well as all the happiness he has now with his kids and Katie. He also tackles the Oprah couch-jumping incident and its unexpected fallout. Here are highlights:
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The difference between Lady Gaga and every other young singer is that most of the others ask the world, "Do you like the way I sing? Will you buy my record and come to my show?" Gaga tells the world, "I am famous. I was famous before even I had heard of me." She didn't dream of fame. She announced it.
Think you know the pantless pop icon? Here are five Lady G tidbits from the article you may not have known.
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Voted the sexiest woman alive by Esquire readers, Christina Hendricks is its May cover girl. In an interview posted online, she dishes about what's hot and what's not in a man, and a few things sound a lot more like her ultratraditional Mad Men character Joan Holloway than I'd expect.
On what drink to order: Order a scotch. "It's the most impressive drink order. It's classic. It's sexy. Such a rich color. The glass, the smell. It's not watered down with fruit juice. It's Scotch. And you ordered it."
On being a gentleman: "Stand up, open the door, and offer the jacket."
On being a man: Don't wear long, below-the-knee shorts ("No woman likes those.") or tank tops ("You're walking around in your underwear."). And delete your Facebook account ("No man should be on Facebook.")!
"Panties," say it: "It's sexy. It's girlie. It's naughty. Say it more."