Occasionally famous and perpetually admired, Stockard Channing is back on Broadway, this time playing a cougar (grrr!) in Pal Joey.
With hits like Mad Men, AMC's Christina Wayne is turning the sleepy movie channel into TV’s biggest surprise.
The acclaimed English screenwriter behind The Queeen and The Last King of Scotland strikes again with Frost/Nixon.
Gossip Girl's golden child Blake Lively is emerging as the buzziest (and busiest) of the show's gang. W learns why she's much much, more than the hottest high school senior on television.
For millions (including Oprah), Dr. Christiane Northrup is a life-changing medical visionary. Critics say her new agey mind-body theories range from kooky to downright dangerous. The best-selling author opens up to W.
Can Justin Trudeau live up to Canada’s most enduring political legacy?
After more than three decades as its director, Philippe de Montebello is
exiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a life in academia.
The former First Lady of the Philippines has bounced back from exile and
court battles to become one of her homeland's beloved matriarchs. and
believe it or not, she's still got a thing for shoes. (April 2007)
Married, sober and on the road to career salvation, Robert Downey, Jr.
pulls no punches. (March 2007)
Working behind the seams with some of Hollywood's most glamorous
starlets has made Rachel Zoe something of a celebrity herself. (February 2007)
What's Kate Hudson doing in the Pacific Palisades? Turning her childhood
home into a plush crash pad for herself, her rock-star husband and their
headbanging son. (October 2005)
Thanks to The Notebook, women swoon at the mention of his name, but Ryan Gosling wants nothing to do with hunkdom. Instead, he's working on—and succeeding at—becoming the best actor of his generation.
The newly engaged starlet was more than happy to gush about Tom, Tom and,
uh, Tom. And she saw nothing weird about it. (August 2005)
Free Winona! The actress invites us into her home ... and wants us to know
she has nothing to hide. Photographed by Michael Thompson. (June 2002)