Mark Jacobs

Gallerist Theo Niarchos is revamping the West Coast art scene

December 29, 2017

The youngest son of a famous art-collecting family has established his own gallery close to the sand and surf of Los Angeles.

Alexandra Shipp

March 6, 2016

In 2014, Alexandra Shipp landed the title role of the Lifetime Channel movie Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B.

Olivia Cooke

October 1, 2014

“Sat at the back … with a shaved head. Hard to miss,” actress Olivia Cooke texts right before we meet at a coffee bar in Venice, California.

Scott Haze

February 21, 2014

As a teenager, Scott Haze would reenact disquieting moments from his favorite movies in public—like the time he delivered Al Pacino’s “I’m reloaded” poolroom shoot-out tirade from Carlito’s Way (1993) in a Texas supermarket.

Dimitri Leonidas

January 28, 2014

British up-and-comer Dimitri Leonidas, who got his first major role as a featured tween on the U.K.’s long-running Degrassi High-analogue Grange Hill, is having a get-serious moment.

James Frecheville

September 3, 2013

I’ve seen more scandalous movies,” says actor James Frecheville of the new drama Adore, which polarized audiences at Sundance last January with its intergenerational love knot between two lifelong best friends and their lanky, handsome, surfing sons.

Antje Traue

May 31, 2013

“Growing up in eastern Germany, I knew of Superman, but he didn’t resonate emotionally with me,” admits 32-year-old Antje Traue.

Roby Sobieski

May 16, 2013

Twenty-four-year-old Roby Sobieski is a fantastically engaging conversationalist who readily shares details of his college senior thesis, a screenplay adaptation of an Arthurian legend researched down to the table settings; his relation to a king of Poland; his days as a teenage tour guide riding his father’s MicroBike through the empty halls of New York’s American Museum of Natural History; and the compelling polytheistic religion he invented when he was 8 years old.

Maika Monroe

April 4, 2013

Maika Monroe was a ranked competitive freestyle kiteboarder before she got her first major film role, as Zac Efron’s girlfriend in the father-son drama At Any Price, out this month.

Zoey Deutch

January 19, 2013

Zoey Deutch goes into the family business.

Jai Courtney

November 28, 2012

Budding action man Jai Courtney ponders whether he’s an action star.

Ruth Wilson

August 24, 2012

Watch Ruth Wilson as she gracefully glides into Hollywood, weighty résumé in hand.

Ambyr Childers

May 31, 2012

A month before graduating high school in 2006, Ambyr Childers gave up a scholarship to play golf at the University of California, Riverside, for the role of bratty teen Colby Chandler on All My Children.

Diego Boneta

May 3, 2012

Hair-metal superstardom is the holy grail for Diego Boneta’s character in Rock of Ages, director Adam Shankman’s new big-screen adaptation of the Broadway jukebox musical co-starring Tom Cruise and Julianne Hough, which hits theaters next month.

Kathleen Kennedy

May 3, 2012

“I’ve always said that life is a collection of experiences, good and bad,” says Kathleen “Kick” Kennedy. “And the more you can have, the better.” For the 24-year-old New York–born granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy, those experiences have included climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to attend an environmental-issues summit and campaigning to raise awareness of the global clean-water crisis.

Graham Phillips

February 12, 2012

“There was a lot of goat choreography,” says Graham Phillips, the 18-year-old star of the appropriately titled indie coming-of-age drama Goats, from first-time director (and the latest scion of the filmmaking Coppola family) Christopher Neil. Phillips stars as Ellis, a struggling teenager who leaves behind his home in Tucson, Arizona, as well as his heavily medicated New Age mother (Vera Farmiga) and the closest thing he has had to a father, a fortysomething stoner-goat herder who lives in their pool house called Goat Man (David Duchovny).

Jack Quaid

November 28, 2011

Jack Quaid’s post-apocalyptic debut.

Isabel Lucas

October 23, 2011

The actress and star of the new gods-and-heroes fantasy-thriller Immortals on the spacey, loopy, tripped-out surrealism of trying to live a three-dimensional life in Hollywood

Dane Dehaan

July 12, 2011

“It’s such a manly movie, and then there’s this kid who’s essentially the house dog,” says Dane DeHaan of his role as a mechanical genius with rickets in the upcoming Prohibition-era bootlegging–crime drama The Wettest County in the World.

Eva Green

April 18, 2011

Actress Eva Green has found life after Bertolucci and Bond—and it doesn’t include living up to the notion that she’s some kind of impossibly sultry, irresistibly seductive, endlessly sexy international woman of mystery (though she plays one quite well)