Igot home from a recent trip away to the pleasant, but somewhat expected, surprise of my latest delivery of GQ magazine. The really exciting surprise, however, was that the cover featured one of my favourite (and probably Hollywood’s favourite) superhero, Chris Pratt. Given that Chris Pratt is such a hilarious and loveable guy, I had really high expectations of this issue and felt it really had to do him justice. It did not disappoint, Mike Christensen does an incredible job of telling the story of Chris Pratt’s rise from “sweet cutie pie” to “hot, sexy leading man”. He does this with a piece that is both informative and laugh out loud at the same time and in my opinion truly shows what Chris Pratt is like. This issue really lived up to the high standard that GQ has set itself and truly validates me spending my hard earned money on subscribing to this wonderful magazine. Thank you GQ.
Congratulations on your latest issue. The feature on Chris Pratt was fantastic – so good to finally have a genuine and relatable guy making it big in Hollywood. Thanks for a great read! Nathan, via email
A convicted racist is concerned that I may have broken the law. SCOTT LUDLAM, VIA TWITTER Referring to Andrew Bolt – it’s fair to say a few political feathers were ruffled after our GQ&A with the Greens co-deputy leader. I agreed with and laughed along with Nick Smith’s dos and don’ts of turning 40, but believe 50 is the new 40s (says a 64yo)! FREDDY VON KANEL, VIA EMAIL New editorial for GQ Australia. Big thanks for making this happen. KIT BUTLER, VIA INSTAGRAM