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Weird Dan • For some actors, an iconic role can be a prison. Then there’s Daniel Radcliffe, whose newest film finds him strapping on the accordion to play “Weird Al” Yankovic.
The Rise of the All-Terrain Watch • New designs from Breitling, Panerai, Tudor, and Rolex are pushing the off-grid agenda for watch enthusiasts.
THE WORLD’S COOLEST EYEWEAR STORES • Toss out your contacts. Cancel that Lasik appointment. The personalstyle era has come for your glasses. Get to know the global shops, brands, and optical icons that are defining the moment in brave, bold, wholly expressive eyewear.
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London’s buzziest new restaurant is straight from your TikTok feed • Viral British chef Thomas Straker’s gluttonous, hunger-inducing clips have earned him millions of followers. As he opens his first bricks-and-mortar restaurant in Notting Hill, don’t expect more of the same.
The First Big Gay Romcom Isn’t Here for a Meet-cute • In Bros, US comedian Billy Eichner questions whether the perennially straight romantic comedy can ever properly portray queer stories.
GURIRA FOREVER • Katana-wielding badass, General of the Dora Milaje, acclaimed playwright. Danai Gurira has spent her career exploding clichés and skewering expectations. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, she faced a more personal challenge: honouring her friend.
GQ FOOD & DRINK AWARDS 2023 • Maybe it’s #FoodTok, or maybe we’re just hungry, but lately it feels like we’re collectively more obsessed with what we’re eating than ever. Food is dominating the zeitgeist like never before – and the conversation is expanding far beyond the hot new dinner reservation and which place has the finest wine list, to pose questions like: who should we be following? How sustainable is that? And, now more than ever: what’s cooking?
CHRISTIAN BALE KEEPS TRYING TO QUIT HOLLYWOOD • But he hasn't succeeded yet.
THE NEW GODS OF THE WORLD CUP • From Tokyo to Rio, Munich to Mexico City, GQ presents its global line-up of the most electrifying players to watch at Qatar 2022.
TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD PLAYS DEFENCE • FOR LIVERPOOL, TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD HAS BECOME ONE OF THE MOST ACCLAIMED RIGHT-BACKS IN WORLD FOOTBALL. AND YET FOR ENGLAND, HE HAS STRUGGLED TO EARN THE SAME RECOGNITION FROM THE FANS OR GARETH SOUTHGATE. WITH THE WORLD CUP IN QATAR LOOMING, WILL HE FINALLY GET HIS DUE?
A Very Trippy Trip Inside the Great Boom Shroom • They’re the party drug of the post-pandemic era. So why are magic mushrooms suddenly everywhere? GQ journeys into the psychedelic world of psilocybin to connect the (blurry) dots.
PAUL DANO’S MIDLIFE CATHARSIS • He spent years playing oddballs and outsiders, thoughtfully keeping Hollywood at bay. Now, with star-making roles in The Batman and a buzzy new Spielberg film, Paul Dano is shifting into a different gear – and finding a surprising new peace with fame.
THE PYONGYANG CRYPTO CAPER • WHEN A GROUP OF GUILELESS BLOCKCHAIN ENTREPRENEURS FOUND THEMSELVES INVITED TO NORTH KOREA, IT SEEMED LIKE A WEIRD ADVENTURE – UNTIL THE TRAVELLERS FOUND THEMSELVES WANTED BY THE FBI, ACCUSED OF HELPING A ROGUE STATE EVADE INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS. WAS IT REALLY A CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY, OR JUST A CASE OF CRYPTO BROS GONE WRONG?
THE LEGEND OF THE WORLD’S GREAT SWEAT SHIRT • For decades, Barry Schwartz has devoted his life to making the highest-quality sweatshirts on the planet. Along the way,...