VINCE VAUGHN

Maxim - - CONTENTS -

HBO’S NEXT TRUE DE­TEC­TIVE CON­FRONTS HIS OWN MOR­TAL­ITY

How do you want to go? I can tell you how I don’t want to go—wait­ing in line to pay park­ing tick­ets and hav­ing a light from the ceil­ing fall on my head. Do you have any deathbed con­fes­sions? I in­vented Twit­ter. Will you be go­ing to heaven or hell, and why? Heaven, be­cause ev­ery­one knows it has a bet­ter food court. Which movies are play­ing on re­peat in heaven? In hell? Heaven would be Rudy, and hell would be The Cell. What’s on the sound­track in hell? It would be some­one ask­ing th­ese ques­tions on a con­tin­u­ous loop put to techno mu­sic. As the star of True

De­tec­tive sea­son 2, what’s the one un­solved mys­tery you’d most like to solve? If it’s not but­ter, what is it? What’s the one thing you ab­so­lutely will not miss? icarly. While alive, what did you spend the most money on? Turn­ing my living room into an ex­act replica of the set of icarly. Name one thing you’re glad you’ll never have to do again on Earth. Stretch­ing. Where would you go on your last va­ca­tion, and why? I would go to De Smet, South Dakota, to the home of the real Lit­tle House on the Prairie au­thor Laura In­galls Wilder to stand where her main char­ac­ter, Isa­iah Ed­wards, once stood. As for why: I’m hon­estly not sure. The theme of this is­sue of Maxim is “raw.” What was the rawest ex­pe­ri­ence you ever had here on Earth, and why? Be­ing born. Do the math. What are peo­ple say­ing over your cas­ket? God, that man loved to tap-dance. Got any last words? Is there a bath­house in here?

WHAT PEO­PLE ARE SAY­ING OVER MY CAS­KET: “GOD, THAT MAN LOVED TO TAP-DANCE.”

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