Inside Esquire Weekly: Issue 27

Issue 27 of Esquire Weekly, our completely original iPad magazine, is now available to download from here. Here’s what you’ll find in this week’s issue.

1 | Scarlett Johansson is a man eater
Would you know if that woman who picked you up in a white Transit van in Glasgow was, in actual fact, Scarlett Johansson? Well, some men didn’t, as Jonathan Glazer, director of the controversial new film ‘Under the Skin’ (and before that, the brilliant ‘Sexy Beast’) explains.

2 | Look at all this
Yes, it’s the contents page, but just look at everything you get for mere 99p an issue, or just £4.99 for a three-month subscription – which also gets you three copies of Esquire…

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3 | Christopher Walken interview
Just look at that hair. And that face. It’s Christopher Walken, of course, star of The Deer Hunter and Pulp Fiction. Here, he talks to us about making Bill Nighy corpse, dancing for Fatboy Slim and the new BBC drama from David Hare, Turks & Caicos, which airs this Saturday evening.

4 | Why it’s time to reconsider Formula One
If you thought F1 had become a dull procession dominated by Sebastian Vettel in his all-conquering Red Bull, it might be time to think again. Four former Formula One aces answer the 11 questions that promise to make this the most exciting season in years.

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5 | Most Wanted
Vinyl is making a comeback but before you dust-off those cherished albums and shrink-wrapped 12” imports, it might be time to invest in a new turntable. They don’t come any better than the state-of-the-art Rega RP10, shown here in all its glory.

6 | Fictional Five – Piers Morgan
What did the recently deposed CNN chat show host have to say when he bumped into William the Conquerer, Henry V, Napoleon and General Custer? 

Esquire Weekly, our new, iPad-only edition, containing 100 per cent original content, is published every Thursday on the Apple Newsstand. Get your copy today by downloading the Esquire UK app to your iPad and buying an individual copy for 99p or taking out a three-month, six-month or year’s subscription (all of which include digital copies of the monthly magazine)