We’re all about entertainment this week, with three new celebrity-filled magazines. For heart to hearts between famous faces, Interview asks the biggest names in music, film and TV to interrogate their peers, while Billboard dives deep into the music industry and The Hollywood Reporter brings all the latest news from L.A.
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From The Hollywood Reporter
Bryan Cranston: From Breaking Bad to Hollywood’s Richest Commie
Cranston prepares to play Dalton Trumbo, the screenwriter who had it all – wealth, fame, Oscars. Until he refused to name names for the House Un-American Activities Committee.
Wes Craven Remembered
Kevin Williamson, Bob Shaye, Neve Campbell and Bob Weinstein recount what it was like to work with the master of horror on modern classics.
Will the Next Cookie Please Stand Up?
Too much TV? Maybe. This fall, 23 new broadcast series will be among the 400 across the dial.
Justin Beiber, by Martha Stewart
The prince of pop is focused on cars, on stocks, on skating, on finding the best sound, and on making the best album possible.
The fashion world breaks its diet for the New York cake artist.
Jamie Bell, by Robert Pattinson
With a larger-than-life role in Fantastic Four, the multifaceted British actor flexes his blockbuster muscles.
2015 Fall Music Preview
Tinashe, The Weeknd, Adele, Drake, Ellie Goulding, and the three music showdowns that are set to make major headlines.
White-Hot American Summmer
Go backstage with rookie rap star Fetty Wap, British girl group Little Mix and 11 other acts who made the inaugural Hot 100 Music Festival.
That Freewheelin’ Look
As red carpets and fall runways reveal, Bob Dylan’s style remains a fashion inspiration. Leather jackets and black shades prove the times really aren’t a-changin’.