Lynn Hirschberg spoke to actresses Shailene Woodley and Brie Larson for this week's issue of New York magazine, and if her profile is to be believed, these two are going to revolutionize Hollywood for all Woman(or Human)kind.
Courtney Love — stripper, actor, rock star, widow, drug addict, Nelson College for Girls alumna, deadbeat mom, author, litigant, blogger, vintage enthusiast, and all-around Bad Girl — is an individual who seemingly has an uncommon devotion to making bad choices.
First M.I.A. tweeted her interviewer's number, then a disgruntled subject put a blogger's contact info on Craigslist Casual Encounters. Is "crowdsourcing revenge" the new way of lashing back at unfavorable coverage?
Mathangi "Maya" Arulpragasam — better known as M.I.A. — is both rebel and scholar, educator and trickster, masterfully courting controversy. She just grabbed headlines by tweeting a New York Times writer's phone number. But what message is she sending?
We aren't the only ones pondering Megan Fox's appeal (or lack thereof) to women — it's also stressing out her reps, says a forthcoming New York Times Magazine cover story.