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Entertainment Weekly's annual 'Must List' issue hits newsstands this Friday and of all the 115 things you can't miss this summer, Ryan Reynolds + The Proposal is one of them. And because one smokin' cover of this hunk could never be enough, EW is upping the sexy-pot quotient with an additional three covers.
No doubt this Ryan is one fine specimen of a man, but I'd have to say his best quality is his humble attitude. When asked by EW if he's comfortable as a sex symbol, Ryan sighed. "If you take any of that seriously, you need to be euthanized, ASAP," he says. "There are moments when you can use that to your advantage. But it's really embarrassing. I think I fear more than anything just sounding like a complete a--hole when I have to answer that question."
EW blog PopWatch offers a sneak peek of their cover story with Ryan Reynolds, as well as a behind-the-scenes video from his shoot. Check it out!
American Idol contestant Adam Lambert is this week's cover boy for Entertainment Weekly. The mag, who names Adam as the most exciting American Idol contestant in years (and not because he might be gay), says that while Idols are supposed to be blank slates, "Adam is nobody's idea of a blank slate. Adam is a surprise."
We all KNOW that Adam is gay...I mean, it's widely assumed given these pics. But when asked about the pink elephant in the room, Adam had only this to say to the mag: “I know who I am. I’m an honest guy, and I’m just going to keep singing.” But really, need he say anything more?
And so asks EW, "Can an openly gay contestant win American Idol?" "The question is being considered everywhere from fan blogs to The New York Times — but we're still one openly gay contestant short of a test case."
On the anniversary of his death and on the eve of being nominated for Best Supporting Actor by the Academy for his performance as the Joker in The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger's closets friends and colleagues open up to Entertainment Weekly with new details and unforgettable stories about the actor.
The surprising portrait that emerges offers new insight into this complicated artist, an actor who stayed true to his adventurous instincts while attempting to navigate the perilous waters of stardom.
Fair warning: the interview is 27+ pages. But is that really too much for a Ledger fan? Keep reading.
Robert Downey Jr.is EW's Entertainer of the Year for 2008. After spending the better part of a decade in courtrooms and behind bars, it seems Downey is finally living up to his potential as a true 'movie star'. ''I do know that I don't want to waste any more time,'' Robert Downey
Jr. says. ''That's why I'm putting my nose to the grindstone. That's
why I'm cranking them out.''
And cranking them out he is. Downey starred as Iron Man, grossing more than half a billion dollars worldwide since opening last May, was hot in Tropic Thunder, raking in $110 million, and next Spring Downey stars with Jamie Foxx in The Soloist by Atomement director Joe Wright. But that's not all. RDJ then stars in Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes opening in November of 2009, and Iron Man 2 in April 2010.
Read the article at EW.com. Two more photos after the JUMP.
In the first in-depth interview of his career, Twilight's Edward - Robert Pattinson - opens up to EW.com's Karen Valby about his meteoric rise to fame and on his next steps in dealing with Hollywood's new interest in his career. ''My only real answer, to be completely honest, is I don't want to be
completely f---ed after this,'' he says. ''I don't want to be an idiot,
and that's always a distinct possibility.''
Valby asks Twilight's producer, "Is Rob ready for this? Have you guys prepped
him? Is he ready to be the It Guy?' I don't think he really is,'' says
Stephenie Meyer. ''I don't think he sees himself that way.''
Read the full article at EW.com. Look for Twilight in theaters November 21st.
I know I know...Zac Efron overload. It seems everyone is hoppin' on Zac's train to adulthood (including me). But, damn - Zac's lookin' hot in these photos - so I had to share. Above, Zac takes a dip in the pool for PEOPLE's exclusive photo shoot with the stars of High School Musical 3: Senior Year. Below, and after the jump, we continue with EW.com's exclusive sneak peek at Zac's transition from teen heartthrob to adult actor. More after the JUMP.
Crown Prince of the Tiger Beat set, Zac Efron, is lookin' hot in this cover article for Entertainment Weekly / EW.Online. Just weeks away from his 21st birthday, Efron is planning to leave High School stardom behind and move on to bigger (and better) things. But with a trail of failed careers of former pretty boys ahead, Efron knows it's going to be a tough journey.
On breaking away from teen phenom to adult actor: ''I would love to just sit down and talk with Leonardo DiCaprio and Johnny Depp and pick their brains about their early careers,'' Efron says. ''You have to have good foresight and be really careful. If you don't adapt and learn at a very young age, you can really mess up.''
J.K. Rowlings might be Entertainment Weekly's "Entertainer of the Year," but the hotties above are also among EW's picks for the Top Stars of 2007.
Johnny Depp: Also voted Favorite Male Movie Star by People's Choice Awards.
Zac Efron: Admit it: You've got a crush on Zac Efron. It's okay — you're not alone.
Shia LeBeouf: This Top 25 star was also ShoWest's 2007 ''Star of Tomorrow''. Wasting no time, Shia became the star of today with the No. 1 movie in the country (Disturbia), and July's Transformers soaring past the $300 million mark.
Read more about these homorific hollywooders and see who rounds out the list at EW.com (source).