Playboy Magazine, March 2000

July 28, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, March 2000

The March 2000 issue of Playboy Magazine presents an engaging mix of political profiles, celebrity interviews, and insightful articles, sprinkled with Playboy's trademark sensual imagery.

In 'Jesse 11', Lawrence Grobel presents a multi-faceted view of Jesse Ventura, showcasing his diverse experiences from tinkering with a 1964 GTO to startling Robert De Niro, and even endorsing industrial hemp growth in Minnesota. The article speculates if Ventura could be presidential material.

'How to be an Indie Movie Mogul' by Ted C. Fishman provides budding filmmakers a practical guide to creating magic on screen without relying on big budgets. Inspired by the success of 'The Blair Witch Project', the piece offers valuable advice on starting with whatever equipment one can afford.

The issue's '20Q' segment features an interview with Cindy Margolis, an internet sensation boasting 60 million cyberbuddies, a highly-rated appearance on Howard Stern's show, and a life-altering bikini poster. David Rensin explores the impact Margolis has on her fanbase.

'Top Guns' is an homage to science fiction films, showcasing the genre's most iconic prop guns from classics like 'Star Wars' and 'Planet of the Apes' to recent releases.

The 'City Girls Episode 2: Sticky Fingers' by Amy Sohn provides readers with a cable-ready conversation that is hotter than 'Sex and the City' and more revealing than a Brazilian wax job.

'Monkey Forest Road', a narrative by Tom Paine, explores a friendship and business partnership shaken by unconventional choices, witch doctors, and the allure of Bali.

The issue's highlight is the 'Interview' with Jon Stewart, hosted by David Rensin. The article offers insights into Stewart's rise to fame with 'The Daily Show With Jon Stewart' and his humorous take on his mistaken identity.

The March 2000 issue of Playboy Magazine is now available for purchase online or in selected stores.

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