The Daily Heat Index: Celebrities Reading Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' Lyrics is the Best Thing You'll See All Day - Maxim

The Daily Heat Index: Celebrities Reading Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' Lyrics is the Best Thing You'll See All Day

Plus, Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult star in a new sci-fi flick, and Ryan Reynolds goes into detail about his labor room antics.
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We're Not 'Sorry' for Loving This
It's already been proven that music video for Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' is exponentially greater with him not in it, so it makes complete sense that the 21-year old's song is better when read dramatically by award-winning actors. Inspired by W Magazine's interpretative reading of 'Hotline Bling,' Vanity Fair followed suit and had the best of the best (including Chelsea Handler, Maya Rudolph, and John Krasinski, to name a few) recite the song's disturbingly catchy lyrics. The outcome: a video so entertaining we're waiting for a version of Khia's classic, 'My Neck, My Back' to be the next viral hit. 

Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult Are 'Equals'
How do you find the one for you in a world where love doesn't exist anymore? Kristin Stewart and Nicholas Hoult are on a mission to defy odds in this new futuristic sci-fi movie, 'Equals.' The film follows the two in a place called The Collective, where humans live in complete emotionless serenity. Once Hoult's begins to feel something for Stewart, they end up fighting to survive. The concept seems to mirror Michael Bay's seriously underrated, The Island, but with less action and a lot more sex. Check out the trailer above and see what you can make of it. 

Wrong Place, Wrong Time
While promoting Deadpool on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Meyers took the time to question the recently crowned 'Sexiest Dad Alive,' Ryan Reynolds, about fatherhood. He admitted that while in the labor room, he jammed out to a little 'Let's Get it On,' causing "steak knifes to come out" of his wife's eyes. Reynolds goes on to tell Seth that he just needs to step up and do the work because "a human being will exit your wife," he says. "She's done enough." Touché, sir.