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On the Cover: Denzel Washington
GQ’s Michael Hainey sits down with two-time Oscar winner and box-office giant Denzel Washington to talk about his first jobs, how his father influenced him, and why he won’t question his mojo:

What is the first movie that you recall?
King Kong. The Wizard of Oz was a big one. I remember Caged, these women in prison. I liked that one. But I wasn’t a movie buff. Never thought about the movies. When I was in my teens, it was movies like Shaft or Superfly. I wanted to be like those guys. But I never thought about being an actor, ever. I wanted to be Jim Brown or Gale Sayers, not Sidney Poitier. When I started acting, there weren’t any big black movie stars. There was a little Billy Dee Williams and some Richard Pryor. That was it.
Are there any roles you’ve turned down that you regret?
Seven and Michael Clayton. With Clayton, it was the best material I had read in a long time, but I was nervous about a first-time director, and I was wrong. It happens.

Read the full interview with our October 2012 cover star here.

gq:

On the Cover: Denzel Washington

GQ’s Michael Hainey sits down with two-time Oscar winner and box-office giant Denzel Washington to talk about his first jobs, how his father influenced him, and why he won’t question his mojo:

What is the first movie that you recall?

King Kong. The Wizard of Oz was a big one. I remember Caged, these women in prison. I liked that one. But I wasn’t a movie buff. Never thought about the movies. When I was in my teens, it was movies like Shaft or Superfly. I wanted to be like those guys. But I never thought about being an actor, ever. I wanted to be Jim Brown or Gale Sayers, not Sidney Poitier. When I started acting, there weren’t any big black movie stars. There was a little Billy Dee Williams and some Richard Pryor. That was it.

Are there any roles you’ve turned down that you regret?

Seven and Michael Clayton. With Clayton, it was the best material I had read in a long time, but I was nervous about a first-time director, and I was wrong. It happens.

Read the full interview with our October 2012 cover star here.

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Welcome to Tumblr Tuesday, where we highlight just a few of our favorite Tumblr blogs of the moment.
Philmore U. Photography Philmore is a student, photographer, and cinematographer from Miami, and he posts things he’s created or is inspired by. Above: A self-portrait.
Small Sculptures Artist Haniya Rae, Editor of Guernica Magazine, presents Small Sculptures.
Rebecca Rae Barton Printmaker and mixed media artist exploring the human experience via stone etchings.
C▲ssidy R▲e Limb▲ch Abstract painter/illustrator working on linen with acrylics, collage and inks.
Long Gone Original drawings and other works mixed with works inspirational to the artist.
For more updates on what’s new, check the official New & Notable Tumblrs blog!

staff:

Welcome to Tumblr Tuesday, where we highlight just a few of our favorite Tumblr blogs of the moment.

Philmore U. Photography
Philmore is a student, photographer, and cinematographer from Miami, and he posts things he’s created or is inspired by. Above: A self-portrait.

Small Sculptures
Artist Haniya Rae, Editor of Guernica Magazine, presents Small Sculptures.

Rebecca Rae Barton
Printmaker and mixed media artist exploring the human experience via stone etchings.

C▲ssidy R▲e Limb▲ch
Abstract painter/illustrator working on linen with acrylics, collage and inks.

Long Gone
Original drawings and other works mixed with works inspirational to the artist.

For more updates on what’s new, check the official New & Notable Tumblrs blog!

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TAZ ARNOLD GUEST EDITS FOR WETHEURBAN 

PHOTOGRAPHY: SARAH RENARD / STORY: WILLIE GREENE

Urban peacock and trendsetter, Taz Arnold, sat down with WeTheUrban to curate a list of his favorite styling musings as Guest Editor for WeTheUrban Issue 5.

You can check out the full story by copping the issue (before they’re all gone) here!

p.s. how sick are those knuckle rings!?

Re post if your glad you don’t look like this ;)

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