“Not only is Asianness something that we don’t want to neutralize, we want to celebrate it.”
“There is something really beautiful for me to get asked to play somebody ‘ordinary’ and ‘normal.’”
“Look, we all can’t be chameleons. I’m well aware of my lane, and I’m happy in my lane as an actor.”
Her friend Chris Rock made an appearance.
Is the 30th time the charm?
“If this man is elected I am going to have a very hard time going back to Insatiable and feeding their economy with my industry.”
Watching the biggest boy band in the world with the most devoted fandom.
“What would I do if Willie Nelson came into the bar? I would be like, sign my tits, dude.”
A panel of critics discuss Wesley Morris’s New York Times essay and some of the biggest anxieties plaguing criticism today.
Adapted from a Haruki Murakami story.
The co-creator of Forever on making Cassavetes for people of color, Master of None season three, and Parks and Recreation’s epic Secret Santas.
“His conversation with me was a turning point.”
The BoJack Horseman creator on Times Up, bad men, and his apology tour.
From Handsomest Sociopath to Worst Wig.
“I think everyone was like, ‘Yeah, that’s a cool idea to cast Asian-Americans, but like, why would we have to do that?’”
We! Want! Flags!
“If it can happen to me, it can happen to anyone.”
Bradley Cooper remembers the time he did drag during Halloween with Amy Poehler.
Including Donald Trump, the New York Times, and Barack Obama.