CelebritiesBen Sinclair stars in HBO's High Maintenance, the series that follows a delivery man known as "The Guy," as he bikes in and out of strangers' lives, delivering weed to customers around New York City. He's also a co-creator and co-director of the stoner series with a cult following, and he's trying his hand at naming as many strains of marijuana he can possibly think of in just one minute.
CelebritiesIn this episode of Birthday Stories, supermodel Kate Moss tells the story about her favorite birthday when the fashion model dressed up as Ziggy Stardust for her David Bowie party.
CelebritiesIn this Screen Tests interview, Ben Stiller (Brad's Status, The Meyerowitz Stories) tells the "cringy" story about his first audition (when he repeatedly mispronounced 'bris'), his crush on Brooke Shields, taking magic lessons from The Great Tony Slydini, his '70s pets, his futuristic-sounding porn name, and his first kiss at summer camp.
CelebritiesUnfortunately, cops don't care that you were a fake one onscreen—the latest among many humiliating lessons Gyllenhaal has learned about existence as an actor, some of which he shares here.
CelebritiesWonder Woman actress Gal Gadot does arts and crafts while talking about Halloween, how pregnancy brought her more work (which her mom calls "the way of the universe"), what her porn star name would be and more.
CelebritiesPerhaps no one had as much of a breakout year than Timothée Chalamet The 22-year-old actor starred in not one, but two of the year's buzziest films—'Call Me By Your Name' and 'Lady Bird'—and thanks to some leaked high school projects, quickly became one of the Internet's most beloved figures. Hard to believe it was not long ago that the actor was just a kid obsessed with Yu-Gi-Oh. Here, Chalamet recalls his senior prom, his favorite New Year's Eve, and more.
CelebritiesW magazine presents Kidman's 10 most transformative roles in TV and movies: Shannon Christie in Ron Howard's 'Far and Away', Suzanne Stone in 'To Die For', Bruce Wayne's love interest Dr. Chase Meridian in 'Batman Forever', and art curator Alice Harford In Stanley Kubrick's 'Eyes Wide Shut'. Moulin Rouge brought Kidman an Oscar nomination. Her turn as Virginia Woolf in The Hours won an Oscar. We can't forget her parts in Lars Von Trier's Dogville. Cold Mountain, Rabbit Hole, and Big Little Lies.
CelebritiesSaoirse Ronan spent the better part of her teenage years in Hollywood, but now, at 23-years-old, she has gotten the chance to cash in on some of those missed high-school rituals thanks to her role in the much-beloved 'Lady Bird.' Among them: lockers, prom, and spontaneous dance parties with director Greta Gerwig that left her in tears. "We got really emotional," she explained. Here, the actress talks American high school, her connection to Alanis Morissette, and her current Hollywood crush.
CelebritiesJames Franco talks about how he discovered "The Room," what it was like to stay in character on set as Tommy Wiseau and more in a new video interview with W's Lynn Hirschberg.
CelebritiesJennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone already have a lot in common: They’re both young, Oscar winners, and mega talented. But when they sat down for a joint interview with W, they found out they were more alike than they realized. Together, the two Hollywood BFFs answered the tough questions: the first album they bought, their favorite Halloween costumes, scariest memories and even their porn names. "Chelsea Thunderbird would've been the perfect porno name," Stone quips.
CelebritiesIn a new video interview with W Editor at Large Lynn Hirschberg, "Breathe" star Andrew Garfield recalls the "bacchanalian" story of his first kiss, the moment in which he knew he made it as an actor and his sweetest New Year's Eve tradition.
CelebritiesAlthough Nicole Kidman assures us she has seen her share of enviable New Year's Eve parties, the "most legendary" was in 1999, during the filming of 'Moulin Rouge,' when Baz Luhrmann invited "all of Sydney." "I was shimmying with a snake... There's photos to prove it."
CelebritiesAndrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence and more of 2017's biggest stars of the screen want to wish you a happy New Year the right way—by popping bottles of champagne. Cheers to that!