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With Fellow Travelers, Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey Tell an Epic Gay Love Story Decades in the Making

An afternoon in the West Village with the stars of this year’s horniest historical epic as they talk divas, dreams, Catholic guilt and gay liberation.

Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley Has Been on One Hell of a Ride

In an intimate, wide-ranging conversation, the veteran rocker opens up to GQ about nearly dying from COVID in September, what it was like dating Paris Hilton and Avril Lavigne, and why Sum 41 is breaking up after three raucous decades.

GloRilla Will See You in the Rage Room

Breaking stuff with the platinum rapper and insurgent voice for women in hip-hop: “We're sitting pretty, we're popping our shit, we're hustling, we're getting money.”

Farewell George Santos, Congress’s Truest Fashionista

The checkered Republican representative has left the House—and a hole in our glamor-starved hearts.

LeVar Burton Wants You to Read Banned Books

“What they’re trying to do offends me at the root of who I am and what I’m about.”

Right Wingers Continue to Flex in Weird Ways

Why do they love to post from the gym?

Timothée Chalamet Is GQ’s Most Stylish Man of the Year, as Voted by You

The Wonka star capped off a rollicking year of red-carpet mastery with a major W.

Andrew Haigh, One of Our Best Filmmakers, Has Always Worked Under the Radar. That Changes With ‘All of Us Strangers’

The King of Sad Boy Cinema returns with a deeply personal film about love, loss, queer trauma and the power of a great pop song.

Hotel TV Hits Different

It just does. Even if it’s bad—sometimes especially if it’s bad—hotel TV is a friend you can count on, and asks almost nothing of you in return. An ode to the must-half-watch shows that make even holiday travel worth enduring.

Make Reacher Your Holiday Binge

Gifts wrapped? Stockings hung? Great. You've got time to go on a Dad TV bender with airport-novel legend Jack Reacher, master detective and big galoot. 'Tis the season—for vengeance!

Buddy the Elf Could Have Been the Greatest Relief Pitcher Ever

Yes, Elf is a Christmas classic. But it’s also a pretty killer audition reel for big-league bullpens.

How the Eternally Chill Mikal Bridges Became a Cold-Blooded NBA Assassin

The Nets' lanky forward is charming New Yorkers with his low-key demeanor and next-level skill. Can he help Brooklyn reclaim New York hoops supremacy?

This Was the Year the Transfer Conquered College Football

It's been building for years, but in 2023 the transfer wave hit a new peak—and showed that players have more power than ever.

Dan Orlovsky, the Weirdo King of ESPN, Is Now the Lovable Face of Football Media

The one-of-a-kind analyst had a forgettable playing career before turning to TV, where his football knowledge is matched only by his wacky opinions and behavior. After spending a day at work with him, it’s clear that nobody else could even attempt to do it like Dan.

Michael Mann's First Great Biopic Found the Michael Mann Man in Muhammad Ali

In this month's Ferrari, the legendary director tells the true story of a high-achieving man with a complicated life outside his sport. It's a return to territory Mann previously explored with Will Smith in 2001's Ali, an underappreciated take on the American-icon biopic that now looks sharper than ever.

This Was the Year Massachusetts Was (Almost) Ready For Its Closeup

A year's worth of Bay State-set dramas, comedies, and even an ironic slasher film explored the repressed emotions of a state built to contain them.

‘Iron Claw’ and the Dallas Only the Dead Know

How the tragic saga of the doomed Von Erich clan—the inspiration for A24's new wrestling drama—mirrors the story of Dallas, a boom town that can't grow fast enough to shake the ghosts of its past.

Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell Shine in ‘Anyone But You,’ a Rom-Com in Which the Com's as Strong as the Rom

A surplus of hotness doesn't sink this winning riff on Much Ado About Nothing.

This Was the Year Killer Mike Came Home

At an age when many rappers start running out of gas, the man born Michael Render formed Run the Jewels with El-P and became an unlikely hip-hop superhero. With this year's Michael, his first solo album in over a decade, he tapped back into his ATLien roots with songs steeped in gospel and Southern soul. “I wanted to prove, like Serena Williams, I'm good in doubles or singles,” he says. “I came for the trophy.”

Nine Actors Who’ve Played Pro Wrestlers, Ranked by Acting and Wrestling Ability

As Zac Efron and Jeremy Allen White’s The Iron Claw climbs into the Oscar-season ring, we’re breaking down the best and worst performances in the only acting category where it makes sense to compare Oliver Platt, Alison Brie, and Mickey Rourke.

Teen Life Among Manhattan’s Ruling Class

Author Nick McDonell talks to GQ columnist Chris Black about his new book, Quiet Street: On American Privilege: “People of means want to talk to me, and I get the sense that sometimes they want me to say what they're doing is okay.”

Ryan Gosling's I'm Just Ken EP is Arguably Unnecessary, Yet Thoroughly Delightful

There is currently no Academy Award for “deepest commitment to the bit,” but the Baby Goose appears to be campaigning for it anyway.

This Was the Year Gay Sex Onscreen Got Really Good

From streaming sensations like Red, White & Royal Blue to prestige films like All of Us Strangers, gay intimacy was suddenly everywhere on film and TV this year.

Danny Brown Bounces Back

He was a rapper's rapper, a fashion icon, and a talent too big and unruly to fit the music industry's dumbed-down mold. Now he's sober, living peacefully outside Austin, Texas—and ready to talk about his bracing new album Quaranta, which documents one of the darkest periods of his life.

Doom Comes to Marvel? With Jonathan Majors Officially Out as the MCU's Kang, Many Alternate Futures are On the Table

Casting a new Kang will be hard. Building up a certain classic Fantastic Four antagonist as the Big Bad for the next Avengers films might be even harder. Let's consider Marvel's options.

This Was the Year Gary Oldman Embraced His Inner Crank

In the third season of AppleTV+'s Slow Horses and his Presidential cameo in Oppenheimer, Oldman let his nastiness off its leash, to delightful effect.

Here's What People Actually Watch on Netflix, According to Netflix

Embracing transparency like never before, the streamer has dropped the first in a series of biannual reports on what Netflix users chilled in front of during the first 6 months of this year. Here's what's in it.

Tim Heidecker's Top Five Favorite Things of 2023, Including the Movie He Knew He Was Going to Love Because People Hated It

The Office Hours Live host picks his films, song, podcast and novel of the year.

This Was the Year Emma Stone Could Do Anything, and Did

She was already an Oscar-winning actor, but in 2023, Stone brought her talent and her clout to risky, unique projects, taking big swings and connecting every time.

The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan Is the Very French, Under-the-Radar Action Movie You Need to See

Vincent Cassel, Eva Green, and more star in a legitimately thrilling new take on an old classic.

'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Ending: Larry David Bids Farewell to “Larry David,” and a Nation Mourns

Goodnight, sweet misanthrope! The upcoming season of the iconic HBO series will be its last.

Andre Braugher Never Stopped Growing

From the stage to Homicide to Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the actor kept adding new dimensions to his screen persona. His death at 61 leaves us wondering where he would have gone from here.