Film & TV
CelebritiesMargot Robbie never got the “dress slutty” memo for Halloween. In fact, she tells W in her Screen Test, she prefers to dress up as boys because they have the “funnest, craziest characters.” One year she dressed up as Alien, James Franco’s character from “Spring Breakers” and was so convincing people asked to take selfies with her. Even Franco was impressed. “I felt pretty cool,” she says. Meanwhile, this year, many of her guy friends are going as her version of Harley Quinn.
CelebritiesWhat does it take to survive in Hollywood for 60-plus years? Living legend and Oscar winner Shirley MacLaine looks back. In her Screen Test, MacLaine says everything she learned about entertainment came from playing Las Vegas. "When you hear the ice tickling in the glasses, you're doing something wrong," she says. And adds that being a professional dancer taught her not to be a diva actress: "I'm a team player, basically."
CelebritiesDuring his Oscars acceptance speech after winning Best Supporting Actor for "Dallas Buyers Club," Jared Leto locked eyes with Robert De Niro in the audience. It was not a comforting experience.
CelebritiesActress Amandla Stenberg opens up in a candid interview with W Editor at Large Lynn Hirschberg about why she doesn't have an iPhone anymore, the story behind her first kiss, and more.
CelebritiesThe first time Chris Hemsworth auditioned for “Thor,” he didn’t get very far. “I blew my audition, I guess,” he confesses in his new Screen Test. Instead, the producers seemed taken with another Australian, his brother Liam Hemsworth. Eventually, Chris was brought back in, and this time he nailed it. “I came in with a little motivation and maybe frustration that my little brother had gotten further than me,” he says. Plus, he tells of kissing wife Elsa Pataky as Thor.
CelebritiesFor nearly a decade, you almost couldn't turn on a television set without seeing Ray Romano. His self-created sitcom, *Everybody Love Raymond*, dominated network television from 1996-2005, and made the stand-up comedian a household name. This year, Romano returned with a star turn in "The Big Sick." Here, the actor talks hitting it big, romancing his wife, and explaining on-screen threesomes.
CelebritiesActress Tilda Swinton talks about her hidden talents, why she hates pantyhose, and her love of school uniforms--all while holding a dog.
CelebritiesJames Corden gets candid in a new video interview about his go-to karaoke song, why he doesn't sing in the shower, and more.
CelebritiesActor Robert Pattinson opens up in a candid interview about how he got the part of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter, the weirdest part of filming Twilight, and what it was like to be directed by text message for his most recent role in Good Time. (Also, he dishes on his first kiss and go-to karaoke song.)
CelebritiesBlack-ish star and Emmy nominee Tracee Ellis Ross recalls the most epic birthday she ever had, when her mom Diana Ross took her to Paris. Supermodels, jets, a Vogue Brazil shoot, and Thierry Mugler ensued.
CelebritiesW Magazine presents eleven actresses who have dominated action movies. In the '70s and into the '80s, Sigourney Weaver and Pam Grier paved the way for future female action heroes. Angelina Jolie breathed new life back into female action movies in the 2000s. Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman and Charlize Theron have continued to carry the torch.
CelebritiesAs the star of the hit Starz show "The White Princess," Jodie Comer plays a young queen, who just so happens to get naked from time to time. As it turns out, her dad isn't the hugest fan. "Nude scenes aren't great for anyone, I don't think," she says. Here, the actress talks her crush on Paul Rudd, why shopping is her secret skill, and more.
CelebritiesBefore he became Peter Quinn on Showtime's "Homeland," Rupert Friend scored his first film role opposite Johnny Depp in 2004's "The Libertine." Here, the actor describes making out with Depp, how he almost didn't get the "Homeland" job, and why Daniel Day-Lewis is his ultimate acting icon.
CelebritiesThe star of the Emmy-nominated TV series "Genius" was not always a young Einstein. Here, he reflects on his very first kiss—with the woman who turned out to be his wife.