"Yeah, I shaved my hairline back this season." (We knew it!)
Amy Sherman-Palladino Reflects on Gilmore Girls, Her New Show Bunheads, and Aaron Sorkin’s Shameful Fashion Choice
She reflects on her early exit from GG and its similarities to her new show.
The address, 7 Wallace, is his D.J. name. How gangster.
"I had to ice them out, you know what I mean?"
"I think there is a microscope on [women-led shows] which ... can lead to backlash."
The man who will be juggling three shows and two movies sits down for an epic conversation.
"Please do not make the headline 'Jessica Paré: Tits can be funny.'”
"I like the idea of sort of playing quieter roles, which would be refreshing for a minute. It is exhausting being really loud and obnoxious."
Blur Frontman Damon Albarn on His Pastoral Folk Opera, Working With Lana Del Rey, and His Summer Olympics Gig
"I just want to give everyone who turns up a really good send-off."
"I never realized how much I would love wearing a pregnant belly."
"I think, um, a helicopter."
"Every film has its own mishegoss."
"I didn’t have any harsh feelings about it. I was like, 'Yeah, this is what happens.'"
The Vulture Transcript: Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Veep, the Joys of Swearing, and How Female Pols Are Picked Apart
"That they’re pulled apart in that way is highly unjust."
Plus, where he is with The Muppets and his CBS pilot.
"I’ve always loved stories about trying to figure out who you are and awkwardness."
The Vulture Transcript: Whit Stillman on Damsels in Distress, Dance Crazes, and ‘Hipster Neighborhoods’
"Bushwick is really cool."
And shares his thoughts on movies and comics these days.
The season's dark turns, his role in the writers' room, and the younger cast's drunken escapades in Chicago.
The duo discusses the horse fatalities, the protests, and where the show would have gone.
The Showrunner Transcript: The Walking Dead’s Glen Mazzara Opens Up on Darabont’s Departure and Reworking the Series
This new batch of episodes will be more cinematic, and the show will move more quickly, he promises.
The Vulture Transcript: Steven Soderbergh on Haywire, Pranking Matt Damon, and His Looming Sabbatical
"I wish movies mattered more. I wish they were more influential."
David Cronenberg on A Dangerous Method, His ‘Falling Off’ Body Parts, and Why You Should Never Call His Work ‘Cronenbergian’
"I have no desire to impose some preconceived idea of Cronenbergness on the project."
The Showrunner Transcript: Homeland’s Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon on Last Night’s Big Reveal and What’s Next for the Series
Major spoilers ahead.
"We never fight on set ... but on the ride to the set we’re sharing a car and he’s like, 'We need to go get juice to protect our health.' And I’m like, 'No, we need to get coffee.'"