The sometimes New Pornographer talks to Vulture about his new record, Miles Davis, and the 2010 Olympics.
The indie-movie ingenue and the indie-rock troubadour on their new album.
Baryshnikov talks to Vulture about his new exhibit, then Cunningham critiques it.
Charlize Theron and AnnaSophia Robb on ‘Sleepwalking’ and the Unglamorous Job of Low-Budget Filmmaking
Vulture takes a rare break from interviewing non-beautiful people.
"The movie angered me the first time I saw it."
"I tried it out with a paintbrush and Pentels. I'd dip one end into rubber latex so you could kind of grip them in a way."
On war, love, and irony.
Plus: Exclusive photos of the final night of The Wire.
"Off Broadway, I used my own belt for my own pants, and now I have a belt for every pair of pants, none of which are mine."
Director David Gordon Green on ‘Snow Angels,’ Amy Sedaris, and Finally Getting His Judd Apatow Moment
Vulture spoke to Green about adapting someone else’s work, and making odd casting choices.
Smith spoke with Vulture about learning lines under pressure and playing dead onstage.
The acclaimed novelist and screenwriter talks to Vulture.
How'd he get that cast, anyway?
"I don't really mind where the actors come from — they could come from Mars."
For thirteen years Jeff Smith wrote, drew, and published his epic comics series Bone all by himself. Now it's one of the biggest hits in children's publishing.
"People were two feet away from me fucking and blowing each other, and I didn't really get distracted by them."
Plus: What the Bunk told Omar on the phone last weekend.
Gondry spoke with Vulture about the making of the film, as well as the off-kilter project — skinheads! Sodomy! — he's currently working on.
Why four hours about the Idaho state legislature is worth watching.
"He's not really gay. He's dated a lot of women friends of mine. It's a libelous song."
The Diary of the Dead director on zombie logic.
"I thought, I love my husband, but I can't wait for the moment that I get to work with Brian d'Arcy James."
People say, "Oh, those Americans, they’re vulgar" or "they’re loud" or "they have no sense of irony." And yet, if you go to Australia and pick up a newspaper, Paris Hilton will be on the front page.
"Plays are pretty easy to write for me, so I’ll probably knock one out this year."