GQ is exploring, evolving and challenging traditional notions of masculinity in their newest issue: “The New Masculinity.” The cover boy? None other than the futurist, Pharrell Williams. Curious to know what they discussed in detail? Head over to GQ.com to read the captivating article. //player-backend.cnevids.com/script/video/5d9f3d1e34e794368d968bfb.js?iu=/3379/conde.gq/partner PRODUCTION CREDITS:Photographs by Micaiah CarterInterview/Article by Will Welch Styled by Mobolaji DawoduGrooming by Johnny “Cake” CastellanosSet design by David BrowneProduced by Connect the Dots
Aaron Paul met up with Modern Luxury on Stage 10 at our Griffith Park studios in Los Angeles last month. They touched on bringing Breaking Bad to the big screen, his new Mezcal line Dos Hombres and how he disconnects from the LA scene. Check out the full story on Modern Luxury’s new digital space, Mensbook. View this post on Instagram We had so much fun talking to @aaronpaul about @doshombres 🥃 #aaronpaul #breakingbad #doshombresmezcal A post shared …
Once again we’ve outdone ourselves! This year’s event was a smashing success!!!
Thanks to all who came out and to those that helped make it happen.
Our forward-thinking team leaders and instrumental figures, (From Left to Right) Dave Escher Facilities Manager, Paul Audley President of the film commission in Los Angeles, Mikel Elliott CEO & Co-Founder of Quixote Studios, Monica Rodriguez Councilwoman from the 7th district, Jordan Kitaen Co-Founder of Quixote Studios and last but certainly not least, James Hart, Sr. Director of Operations, cutting the ribbon to present the five new stages in the San Fernando Valley. These five stages …
Seth sat down with GQ on the bea… I mean Stage 6 at our Griffith Park studios in Los Angeles to talk about, well, Seth Rogen.
(Can you believe all of these amazing photos were taken in a studio?!)
Big players like Hackman and Hudson Pacific Properties and mid-sized players like Quixote Studios are scooping up existing facilities like CBS Television City or building entirely new ones.
Sixty-two black female television writers gathered at Quixote Studios in November for The Hollywood Reporter’s largest-ever group photo shoot, which publishes in the Dec. 5 Women in Entertainment issue.