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Morning Recon: Fassbender's Shame, Malick and Batman, the Best Beatles Songs, and More

Every day we get up early to scan the web for the best in men's style. And then we go grab a coffee. After that, we sit down and bang out a blog post. Here it is.

Shame shame shame

Michael Fassbender goes full frontal as a sex addict in Shame and gets a NC-17 rating for his troubles.

L.A. is finally being recognized as an art capital. Turns out it’s been that way for some time.

Flavorwire picks its favorite 30 covers from The Paris Review.

A mayonnaise store? Yeah, we need that.

Rizzoli drops a definitive history of Def Jam. [via Driven]

11-11-11 approaches and corduroy fans wale with excitement. (Right?)

Meanwhile, back in Austin, Malick is making a movie with Batman.

But what directors should really be focused on is the Super Bowl. Like this.

Rolling Stone picks the 100 best Beatles songs.

The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams is Bob Dylan’s great shindig of a tribute to the old troubadour.

Paper‘s Kim Hastreiter listens in one a conversation between Glenn O’Brien and his 11-year-old son Oscar.

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