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Jeremy Allen White • The Bear made longtime TV fixture Jeremy Allen White an over night sensation (and an object of fan thirst). Now, for the first time in his career, he has a menu of coveted roles to choose from — and he’s eager to show what else he can do.
Is This the First Smartwatch for Horology Fans? • Apple’s rugged new Ultra takes aim at lovers of mechanical watches, but the best things about it are entirely digital.
The Biggest Fits of 2022 • The most memorable looks of 2022 proved that it’s not what you wear, but how you wear it that matters—unless we’re talking about Diddy’s fur coat, in which case what really does matter.
MAD • How Max Verstappen, the reigning two-time F1 champion, went from being a young boy with preternatural talent to becoming one of the most cold-blooded winners in racing history.
ZOE KRAVITZ ALWAYS LANDS ON HER FEET • She was already one of the coolest people alive. But it wasn’t until this year when she played Catwoman (in The Batman) and directed her first movie (Pussy Island) that Kravitz finally felt like she made it.
HOW BRENDAN FRASER MADE II ALL THE WAY BACK • When GQ last met him, Brendan Fraser was speaking candidly for the first time about his supposed disappearance from Hollywood. Now, four years later, he’s an Oscar favorite—and a man reckoning in real life with the kind of comeback you only see in the movies.
ANTHONY VACCARELLO FOR SAINT LAURENT • Honoring the designers, brands, runway shows, and more that energized the culture—and our closets—this year.
THE RETURN OF THE BOX OFFICE KING • It’s been 13 years since James Cameron released Avatar, the highest-grossing movie of all time. Now, the director is back with a deeply personal sequel—and the reasonable expectation that it could be the biggest thing he’s done yet.
The NATHAN FIELDER Method • His simulation-of-reallife HBO show nearly broke our brains. So we asked one of his Rehearsal subjects to help us figure Nathan Fielder out.
How QUINTA BRUNSON Saved the Sitcom • Known for her viral videos, the writer-comedian brought an internet sensibility to her hit show, Abbott Elementary, a heartfelt mockumentary about a struggling public school. It won her an Emmy and reinvigorated network television.
NEW YORK’S HOT TEST CLUBS • The Yankees have 27 World Series titles…but none since 2009. The Mets…are the Mets. But this summer, winning baseball—and the radical, delusional sense of pure possibility it brings—was everywhere you looked in New York.
Up All Night With JACK HARLOW • Jack Harlow’s got it all: number one singles, a devoted fan base, a nascent acting career. So why can’t he get some sleep?
Miss CONGENIALITY • The famously deadpan Aubrey Plaza is leveling up with a star turn in the new season of The White Lotus and a mega Francis Ford Coppola project on the horizon.
So No One Told You Life Was Gonna Be This Way • Matthew Perry spent years as one of the most famous, most likable, most highly compensated people on television. It nearly killed him.
THE HARDEST WORKING DRUMMER HOLLYWOOD • Travis Barker’s whole career has always veered toward the unpredictable—but even he never could have predicted his surreal new reality.
FINAL SHOT • For our cover story on Max Verstappen, see page 74.