Sean Macaulay tells you everything you need to know about the legendary gay entertainer.
Sean Macaulay is a screenwriter, humorist and journalist, specializing in symptoms of the post-macho midlife crisis. He was the L.A. movie critic for The Times of London from 1999 to 2007, and also writes for The Daily Telegraph, Radio Times, and British GQ. He was most recently special consultant on Hitchcock.
From Tony Soprano to Bill Clinton, the power paunch reigns supreme.
Sean Macaulay on the most exquisite of all male accessories—the power paunch.
Leonardo DiCaprio has big shoes too fill. Sean Macaulay on which film adaptation is the definitive ‘Gatsby.’
Appearing at the Hammer Museum with Russell Brand, the heady director explained how TM changed his life.
Four decades ago, Martin Cooper—inspired by Captain Kirk—made the first public call. By Sean Macaulay.
It’s the 40th anniversary of the device 6 billion people can’t live without. See its evolution since 1973.
Sandberg isn’t the first to tell women how to assert themselves with catchy mantras and slightly baffling metaphors. By Sean Macaulay.
In this month’s GQ, Buzz Bissinger confessed that he’s a shopaholic. Sean Macaulay on what this means for his tough-guy, sports-writing hero.
A California company offers a bus tour of the Los Angeles haunts that inspired the noir classic now unfolding on HBO. Sean Macaulay takes a ride on James M. Cain's nightmare express.