It’s a big ‘ol gay wedding on the latest issue of Next Magazine. The publication takes a look at gay matrimony from several perspectives for their 2013 Gay Wedding Guide. From a guide to post-wedding finances to exploring five couple’s proposals to gay-wedding-planner-approved wedding ceremony locations and everything in between, Next has you covered if you’re in the midst of planning for your big day.
Gracing the cover of the issue are Fab.com’s (one of my favorite sites) Bradford Shellhammer and his new husband, investment banker Georgi Balinov. The pair met while each was on vacation in Rio de Janeiro. They held a black and white masquerade ball at New York’s famed Russian Tea Room. Their nuptials were in the spirit of Truman Capote’s 1966 Black and White Ball at the Plaza Hotel. Officiating the ceremony was none other than Sandra Bernhard herself. Check out a video of their magical night of musical performances, love and drama below.
That title sounds a tad dirty, doesn’t it? I’m sure Zachary Quinto’s boyfriend Jonathan Groff isn’t that dark down there… or there… or even there ;)
August Man once again taps the Star Trek Into Darkness actor to cover their publication. The 35-year-old must be a huge hit in Malaysia. Photographed by Chiun-Kai Shih, Quinto wears fitted suits, knits and other fashionable fare for his latest editorial. In the issue, he talks about American Horror Story, exploring more roles and his dark side. Check out his spread below along with a few quotes from the publication.
“It is interesting because every season you have a different story. It is rewarding because it is so innovating in the way the stories are structured. It’s really exciting.”
Last time we saw Trevor Donovan, he was getting creamed by Jennifer Love Hewitt on The Client List. Now, he’s gracing the cover of Glamoholic magazine, ready for a new chapter. Nothing says new beginnings more than posing in your underwear and working out in front of a photographer ;)
All kidding aside, as much as I enjoy seeing the 34-year-old actor in fashion spread after another, I hope the former 90210 star lands a role that will propel him to the next level. His recurring one on Melissa & Joey just won’t cut it. Check out his latest editorial below, snapped by JSQUARED photography at the W Hotel in Westwood.
Henry Cavill proves he doesn’t need a cape to soar. The 29-year-old Brit is super duper fly on the latest issue of GQ UK. He swaps out his Superman suit for more of a conservative refined look. Wearing pieces from Burberry, Ralph Lauren and Tom Ford to name a few, Cavill is ready to go from the boardroom to the golf course. Check out his editorial photographed by Kenneth Cappello.
Along with Travis Hanson and Noah Mills, Marlon Teixeira is up there as one of my favorite current male models. In fact, I chose to feature him in my Man Crush series instead of Model Behavior, because I want me some of that. The hair, the body, the slightly haven’t showered in a couple of days look really works for me. It’s that type of sex appeal the Brazilian stud brings for his latest editorial.
Photographed by Lope Navo, Marlon lands on the cover of L’Officiel Hommes Korea. Set on the beaches of Ipanema, Teixeira brings the hottest trend this season- denim- to the forefront. Rio, surfing and denim… seems like a natural fit, right? When on Marlon the answer is a definitive “yes.” Check him walking, rolling, and just plain looking sexy in wet denim on the beautiful sandy beach. Enjoy.
Last issue, Time Magazine put same-sex marriage front and center on their cover. This time around they look to Jennifer Lawrence and six others to grace their annual 100 Most Influential issue. From artists and leaders to pioneers, titans and icons, the issue highlights the most influential people in the world. Each person is profiled by an equally luminary voice. In Lawrence’s case, it’s Academy Award winning actress Jodie Foster.
“You’ll remember where you were when you first felt it, how you were stuck to one spot like a small animal considering its end. The Jennifer Lawrence Stare. It cuts a searing swath in your gut. A reckoning. I remember going to the cutting rooms of Winter’s Bone. I thought, Sure, this girl can act. But, man, this girl can also just be.” – Jodie Foster
Photographer Mark Seliger snapped Lawrence for one of seven collectible covers. Gracing their own cover are Jay-Z (artist and entrepreneur), Elon Musk (SpaceX and Tesla founder), Li Na (tennis champion), Aamir Khan (film star and activist), Rand Paul (U.S. Senator) and 15-year-old activist Malala Yousafzai. Check out their covers below, along with some of my favorite entertainment stars included on the Time 100 list. Side note: If you love lists as much as I do, be sure to check out OUT magazine’s 50 Power List as well.
It’s a little odd seeing fashion spreads featuring fall-ish type clothing at this time of year. But I guess in other parts of the world, summer isn’t just around the corner. Perhaps, I’m just complaining because I’d rather see Josh Duhamel wearing less clothing than more. Right?
The 40-year-old actor graces August Man’s April 2013 issue. The Malaysian publication selected the Transformers star for an editorial snapped by photographers Katie Bleacher and Dean Everard. I’m not sure if he darkened his hair or not, but I really like the richer color. It complements his features perfectly. Check out his photoshoot below.
Out of all the movies hitting theaters this summer, Man of Steel is the one I’m looking most forward to. Apparently, Entertainment Weekly is also. The publication picked Zack Snyder’s reboot to cover their annual Summer Movie Preview issue. As the cover tagline states, this “Superman gets all hot & modern.” Based on the footage they’ve seen, it’s going to be epic.
Based on footage EW has seen, the film (which was directed by Zack Snyder and shepherded by Christopher Nolan) has plenty of building-smashing, train-slinging, heat-vision-blasting battles to cut through the emotional heaviness. “You want to give the audience great spectacle. You want them to go to the movie, be eating their popcorn and be like, ‘Wow!’” says Man of Steel producer Charles Roven, who also worked on The Dark Knight trilogy. “But it’s just not good enough to give them the ‘Wow.’ You want them to be emotionally engaged. Because if you just have the ‘wow,’ ultimately you get bludgeoned by that and you stop caring.” -EW.com