Movie Review: Winnie Mandela
Darrell Roodt's biopic, starring Jennifer Hudson, feels too much like a made-for-TV movie.
Movie Review: Riddick
The third installment in Vin Diesel's Riddick trilogy is an efficient, lean entertainer.
Movie Review: I Am Breathing
The Documentary I Am Breathing is a stirring, beautiful act of defiance.
Movie Review: Salinger
The notoriously publicity-averse author would hate this well-intentioned documentary.
Facetime with Rivi Madison
Pinup model Rivi Madison is a brunette bombshell.
Movie Review: Getaway
Getaway isn’t really a movie. It’s a chaotic, badly filmed 90 minutes of wall-to-wall car chases,
Spero Lucas's plan to steal a painting wasn't supposed to end in murder.
Movie Review: Closed Circuit
Everyone's watching everyone in courtroom thriller Closed Circuit, starring Eric Bana.
Facetime with Elle Alexandra
Fiery redhead and Playboy Live girl Elle Alexandra talks about playing rough with the boys.
Movie Review: You’re Next
You're Next is a clean, mean, smart scare machine.
Selena Gomez: When Good Girls Go Bad
Selea Gomez is growing into her sexuality. Why is she being labeled as a bad girl by doing so?
Culture Club: Lost and Found
In the digital age, not even Bob Dylan can outrun his
mistakes. Behold Another Self Portrait
and the era of the ever-accessible...
Femme on Fire: Lianne La Havas
We talk Prince, fashion and songwriting with one of the biggest rising stars in music, Lianne La Havas.
Francofile:Talking With Jonah Hill
The Wolf of Wall Street star opens up to James Franco about growing up in L.A. and coping with overnight fame.
Movie Review: The World’s End
Run to the theater before anybody has a chance to spoil the movie’s surprises or its funny, bang-on dialogue.
Facetime with Amina Malakona
Amina Malakona has appeared on the cover of Playboy Hungary and is Playboy.com's Cybergirl of the Month for July 2013.
Movie Review: Jobs
Let’s get the obvious out of the way. Ashton Kutcher is not the biggest problem with Jobs.
Culture Club: It’s the End of the World As We Know It… And No One Feels Fine
The dystopian future of Elysium and other recent high-profile sci-fi films ain’t what it
used to be