Femme on Fire: Ivy Levan
We chat with the charmingly kick ass Ivy Levan about her upbringing and EP.
Laugh Tracks: Comedians Mark Normand & Gary Gulman
Mark Normand & Gary Gulman talk stand-up, hack acts and blasphemy.
The Oscars Are Stodgy: Don't Change a Thing
The Oscars air Sunday,
which means we're almost done with one of our most annoying annual traditions:
complaining about the...
House of Cards' Unromantic Sex
Few shows are less romantic about sex than House of Cards. Catch up on Season 2 of the show now.
Man of Style: Clive Standen
Clive Standen of History's Vikings is our Man of Style.
Femme on Fire: Meg Myers
We catch up with singer/songwriter Meg Myers to chat about her EP Make
a Shadow available now.
Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson's newest film may be his best movie in years.
Laugh Tracks: Comedians Aparna Nancherla & Myq Kaplan
Two Conan alums grill each other about comedy, sex & dating. Read the whole conversation on Playboy!
20Q: Ty Burrell
TV's goofiest dad explains the downside of living in a van, the uncool way to ride a Harley and how he stumbled into success.
Playboy Interview: Nick Denton
A candid conversation with the Internet maverick about his growing Gawker empire, the end of privacy and how
Thrown out of a movie theater on a cold night, Gwen and Jack seek refuge in a greasy spoon.
Culture Club: Simpin’ Ain’t Easy (Except for Drake)
How rap’s most mocked MC rose cynically to stardom.
Actor Titus Welliver Takes on Tough Characters
Titus Welliver has been on all your favorite shows. He talks to Playboy.com about his new TV series, Bosch.
Femme on Fire: Jessalyn Gilsig
We chat with the lovely Jessalyn Gilsig about bikinis, Vikings and shieldmaidens.
Movie Review: Enemy
Jake Gyllenhaal is masterful as doppelgängers in this sinister thriller
Laugh Tracks: Comedian Jimmy Pardo & Mad Men's Rich Sommer
We asked Jimmy Pardo to team up with a guest of
his choosing for this Playboy series. His choice: Mad Men star Rich Sommer...
Movie Review: Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me
The legendary Broadway star displays amazing candor and touching vulnerability in this documentary.
Movie Review: Le Week-End
Director Roger Michell's Le Week-End is Before Midnight for the middle-aged set.