"I hit a lot of buttons ... every demo, every ethnicity. There's a gang member sitting next to a reverend sitting next to a kid that ran away from home."
F*cked Up’s Damian Abraham on Remaking ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ and What It Would Take to Work With Bono
"As terrible as I find his music and as reprehensible as I find him as a person, I would definitely have him on [the single]."
"If I can be vain about it, it's a real treat to play a lovely, enticing, sexual woman."
"Leo certainly ... Naturally I really like working with him."
The former teen heartthrob discusses the new show, and why he's not sick of 'Party of Five.'
"Most of the novelists I love are dead, and Jonathan Ames is alive."
The Pulitzer Prize winner on creating the music for a movie all about music.
The old-school metal band talks about their new album and those rumors of retirement.
"What can you say about Charlie Sheen?"
The Danish director discusses her new movie, working on a small budget, and the dangers of flawed Jewish characters.
"That's a tough question you just threw up in my face."
"It’s not like it used to be, now they’re weird sizes and strange shapes."
"You have to understand how high we were."
The Brooklyn-based actress talks about her new movie.
"As long as the film wasn't 'Runaway Bride 3,' we were more than happy to do it."
The New York writer traveled the country in a Chevy Cavalier and spoke with women about what it means to be a feminist.
Kroll talks to Vulture about what he can and can't say on television.
The two discuss their new work, 'The Long Count,' premiering tonight at the BAM Next Wave Festival.
"I would look for the manifesto online, and every time I would read it, I would find something else that was intriguing to me."
"It's what the devil on my shoulder says all day long to me ... I don't have to dig very deep for Sue Sylvester."