November 2012 - Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz is a knockout on every level: lighting up the big screen, commanding millions at the box office, and blowing us all away with this month's sensational cover shoot. And the A-List actress has a similar effect on Sanjiv Bhattachrya, who tries to resist her megawatt charm in an interview covering marriage, 90s debauchery, and buying weed from Snoop Dogg. Meanwhile Alexis Petrides and Miranda Collinge take on far less likeable figures, as they chart the demise of hipsters and City boys, respectively. Plus we've got our biannual '50 Things' guide to what you shouldn't miss this winter, whilst actor Michael Sheen gets the nautical pea coat treatment and Dappy from N-Dubz espouses on the Higgs Boson. (Sort of.)

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