May 2013

Chris Pine

May's cover star Chris Pine is Hollywood's A-List action hero du jour: 2013 sees him returning as Captain Kirk in Star Trek Into Darkness, and playing CIA agent Jack Ryan (following in the footsteps of Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and Alec Baldwin – they did alright, didn't they?). But that doesn't mean he can't get sidetracked by dildos (yes, dildos) in an interview with Sanjiv Bhattacharya. Speaking of debauchery, this month's issue also features an extraordinary encounter with notorious East End hardman John Pridmore, an homage to the 70th anniversary of LSD by Will Self, and a hot (in every sense of the word) Adriana Lima soaking up the warm weather in our pin-up photoshoot. Plus we've also got a countdown of the '50 Things No Man Should Be Without This Spring.' One of them is Esquire. Naturally.

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