He found international fame—and critical acclaim—as the calculated villain Cho Sang-Woo in the bloody dystopian thriller "Squid Game." So, now that Park Hae-soo can finally lay Player 218 to rest, what's next for the global phenom? Here, the South Korean actor talks to us about his responsibilit
Most will rest on the laurels of a Marvel movie, but Adria Arjona is not done with 2022 just yet. She will be starring in Andor, a Star Wars series developed by Disney, and she is set to put a Latin twist on the classic Father of the Bride. Adria Arjona is managing to stay busy, and it is easy to se
With a career that spans for almost 30 years, Chiwetel Ejiofor has built himself up to be a truly versatile thespian of various acting avenues, and one whose name is prominent in Britain and beyond. Next up, he plays the Anthean alien Faraday in the upcoming TV series, The Man Who Fell to Earth.
Photographs by Alexander Beer Fashion Stylist Mike Adler/Monday Artists Art Director Tiffany Baron We can all agree that Haley Bennett turns in the most captivating, nuanced performances that besiege your imagination—and your heart. She’s a Hollywood anomaly with a repertoire that intersects gen
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Diane Kruger talks teenage years as a model in Paris, The 355 and the pitfalls of playing the most beautiful woman in Ancient Greece
Conventional wisdom tells us you don’t just make it in Hollywood–you fight for your place as a gladiator. But, what if the Gods have other plans for you? What if your journey begins in the middle of the arena? Enter: Diane Kruger.
GOT7’s Mark Tuan as a solo artist is a testament and a revelation of the highs and lows of his creative career. As Mark embarks on this new trek, he speaks candidly in our November digital cover feature with a soft voice and a clear heart.
Chanel Ambassador and Gossip Girl star Whitney Peak opens up about dealing with public attention and reveals what she has learned from observing people.
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Alexandra Daddario proves that likability is all about opening your heart and letting whatever aspects of you shine through.