The UNinterview – Hunter S. Thompson

The good doctor, otherwise known as Hunter S. Thompson may be no longer with us, but for many, his memory lives on. Originally starting out as a writer for various newspapers, he’s known for books like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Hell’s Angles, with an assortment of his work featured in Rolling Stone […]

Hugh Hefner – The Uninterview

Just two years before the death of James Dean, Hugh Hefner started the infamous magazine which has been hidden underneath many a young mans bed springs for some 60 years. Playboy was much more than a magazine for ‘The Heff’–it was a lifestyle. He has had sexual experiences ranging from one woman, multiple women, celebrities, […]

Robin Williams – The Uninterview

Robin Williams was born in 1951. In high school he was voted the ‘least likely to succeed’. He would go on to become an avid soccer player in college, Julliard dropout, cyclist, expert ad-libber, and comic genius. When he attended Julliard for acting, he was told that he was wasting his talents and should head […]

Pierre Trudeau – The Uninterview

Pierre Trudeau makes the top 10 of the greatest men of Canada almost every time one is counted up. Now, we could talk about his unified peace policies and multicultural accomplishments as Prime Minister, but what we really want to celebrate is his ability to exemplify the perfect man about as close as any man […]

Frank Sinatra – The Uninterview

I would like to be remembered as a man who had a wonderful time living life–a man who had good friends, fine family, and I don’t think I could ask for anything more than that, actually.” While not exactly a Mafia Don, Frank Sinatra certainly had many powerful friends and allies during his career. He […]

James Dean – The Uninterview

James Dean was truly a rebel without a cause. He rebelled against a time in the world when people were so smothered in Leave It to Beaver jargon, that they probably couldn’t even imagine anything other than the Beave’ being dropped off by a stork between the two separate beds of his beloved parents, Ward […]

Marilyn Monroe – The Uninterview

Hollywood’s Original “Working Girl” There are many sources that believe Marilyn Monroe probably slept with at least one man to get to the top. This man was Joseph Schenck, the elderly film executive who reportedly helped Monroe gain a role in the film, The Asphalt Jungle (1950). This film would become Monroe’s calling card to […]

Halle Berry – The Uninterview

Clutching the Oscar for her performance in Monster’s Ball (2001), Hallie Berry holds the golden Razzie award in the air, triumphantly celebrating her achievement of Worst Actress of 2004 for her performance in Catwoman (2004). Oh my gosh… Thank you guys, thank you so much—I’ve got so many people to thank, because you don’t win […]

Robert Downey Jr – The Uninterview

“(I was eating a Burger King hamburger) with tons of f—ing dope (in my car),” explains Robert Downey Jr., during an Empire Magazine interview. “It was such a disgusting burger—I had that, and this big soda, and I thought something really bad was going to happen.” Some men have climbed to the peak of the […]