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A Long Talk

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    The Witcher Showrunner Looks Ahead to Season TwoLauren Schmidt Hissrich reflects on fans’ reactions to the Netflix hit and its multiple timelines, and how things will change next season.
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    ‘We Weren’t Concerned With Making Anyone But Ourselves Laugh’Monty Python’s Terry Jones reflects on his long career — and how the group’s work was almost lost to history.
  3. what were the 2010s?
    ‘I Don’t Know What Myself Is’Pharrell explains why he’s better when he’s making music for other people, and his songs that defined the decade.
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    Whit Stillman Has a Plan to Save The Cosmopolitans“We’ve been jokingly calling it Seinfeld with swords or Friends against fascism.”
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    Jennifer Beals on The L Word: Generation Q, Jenny’s Death, and Her Own Sexuality“I am so super-square, so super-straight, and so super-cis. By far, the most uncool person on set.”
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    Little Brother Can’t Be ErasedThe beloved rap duo on reuniting, how the 2010s changed the music industry, and why their influence on Drake isn’t up for debate.
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    R.E.M. Never Meant to Get So BigMichael Stipe and Mike Mills reflect on Monster at 25, the real Kurt Cobain, and Billie Eilish’s impact.
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    The Face of Korean Cinema Is Anxious, Afraid, and Full of MetaphorsSong Kang-ho on Parasite and the exquisite, existential pain of acting.
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    Like It or Not, Damon Lindelof Made His Own WatchmenAnd he’s pretty sure that Alan Moore put a hex on him for doing it.
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    Fiona Apple Is Still Calling B.S.These days, the singer spends most of her time at home, working on a new album. But that doesn’t mean she’s not paying attention.
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    Corey Taylor on 20 Years of Slipknot, the New Album, and Rihanna Being a FanThe frontman on the divisive political climate that informed their new album and the 20th anniversary of the record that put his band on the map.
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    Dev Hynes on His New Blood Orange Mixtape and Mariah Carey’s Otherworldly Genius“Mariah’s on another planet of music knowledge.”
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    ‘I Hadn’t Known Myself Before I Had Sex With a Woman’Lauren Morelli came out while writing Orange Is the New Black. Now she’s adapting the queer classic Tales of the City.
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    There’s Nothing Flying Lotus Can’t DoThe polymath on his new album, unreleased Mac Miller collabs, working with David Lynch, and what critics got wrong about Kuso.
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    Dan Rather, Still FightingThe former CBS News anchor, never shy with an opinion, opens up about Les Moonves, the state of TV news, and Trump’s war on the press.
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    Schoolboy Q on New Album, Deaths of Mac Miller and NipseyThe rapper on ‘internet dweebs,’ Mac Miller and Nipsey Hussle’s deaths, and why you’re gonna like his new album even if you don’t like him.
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    The Big, Queer Universe of Gregg ArakiThe filmmaker on Now Apocalypse, writing through the AIDS crisis and Trump era, and gay-baiting on Riverdale.
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    A Friend Date With Dating Around’s Gurki BasraThe Punjabi-American divorcée and surprise heroine of the new Netflix show Dating Around sat down with her demographic twin.
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    Michaela Coel Isn’t Going to Tweet ThisThe Chewing Gum creator on avoiding Twitter, racial fetishes, Brexit, and Black Earth Rising.
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    The Tortured Soul of William Jackson HarperLife on earth is just as anxiety-ridden for the charmingly neurotic Good Place star.
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    Steve McQueen Won’t Look AwayThe Widows director on male sexuality, New Queer Cinema, and his unflinching gaze.
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    Bret Easton Ellis on Why He Named His First Book in a Decade White“The reader could either get very upset or annoyed by it, or take in the spirit in which it was offered.”
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    Michael Moore on Fahrenheit 11/9 and What He Learned From Steve Bannon“His conversation with me was a turning point.”
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    Raphael Bob-Waksberg, In Good FaithThe BoJack Horseman creator on Times Up, bad men, and his apology tour.
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    MSNBC’s Ari Melber Wants to Bring Hip-hop to Cable NewsThe host of The Beat explains why “culture is everywhere” in the Trump era — especially the nightly news.
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    Janet Mock on Pose: ‘We Did Something Revolutionary’The writer looks back on the first season of FX’s Pose, challenging Ryan Murphy, and the politics of desire.
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    Marti Noxon on Sharp Objects, Joss Whedon, and Buffy’s Feminist Legacy“I think parts of it hold up really well, and other parts are a little rickety!”
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    Nothing Is Off the Table at Dinner With the Cast of Queer EyeSex, politics, and Call Me by Your Name.
  29. Lily Allen Won’t Be Shamed“I don’t set out to annoy people or grab headlines. I say the truth because that’s all I have.”
  30. Stephanie Beatriz’s Bisexual Awakening, Onscreen and Off“The main thing for me was that Rosa said ‘bisexual,’ and that she said it so many times. She names her sexuality.”
  31. Tinashe on Finally Releasing Joyride, Setbacks, and Taking Control“I don’t want people to look at it as I’m a prisoner in my [record] deal because that’s not accurate.”
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    Dashboard Confessional Still BelongsChris Carrabba takes stock of his emo legacy, weighs in on the Brand New allegations, and defends Taylor Swift.
  33. Call Me by Your Name Director Luca Guadagnino on Armie Hammer, Sequels“I think the mold of Armie is the mold of cinema, with a capital C.”
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    Pink on Lashing Out at Donald Trump, Dr. Luke, and Her New AlbumThe pop veteran on taking on Donald Trump and Dr. Luke, her new album Beautiful Trauma, and a 17-year career of being unapologetically herself.
  35. Danielle Brooks’s Work on Orange Is the New Black Now Demands an EmmyShe extends her range from charming a room to shattering it.
  36. SZA Is Finally in Ctrl: On the Long Road to Her Debut Album“There’s been like three different albums, three completely different versions of this album over the span of the last three years.”
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    A Conversation With Ann Dowd and Margo MartindaleTV’s biggest scene-stealers are honored to be compared to each other. Just don’t call them character actors.
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    Conversations About Death and Comedy With Chris GethardGethard just wrapped an Off Broadway show about suicide and is about to take it to London.
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    America Ferrera on Telling Latino Stories and Whether She’d Ever Run for Office“I really struggled with my American versus my Latino identity growing up. I never saw that struggle portrayed so I felt very alone in that.”
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    Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth On the Breakup of His Relationship and Band“Working with Kanye and feeling inspired by the way he tells his story seems like the Warholian fulfillment of fame as the ultimate art form.”
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    George Saunders Discusses Lincoln in the Bardo, His Offbeat Debut Novel“America is this really cool idea that has never gotten its shit together 100 percent.”
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    Jack Gleeson on GOT, Peeing on Set, and Puppets“That’s one of the rules of acting: If you piss yourself, don’t let it affect your performance.”
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    Tyler Oakley on Taking His YouTube Fame to Ellen“If people lump me into the same category as Kim Kardashian, that’s not the worst comparison in the world.”
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    Lance Bass on Hosting Finding Prince Charming“It’s officially Thursgays now — just a back-to-back punch of amazing gayness.”
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    Bloom Breaks Down 5 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Songs“We were really like, ‘This is it, people are going to like this.’ Then it started to go south very slowly. Spiraling.”
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    Joss Whedon and Mark Ruffalo in ConversationWhedon and Ruffalo discuss The Avengers, Buffy, and Shakespeare.
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    Eric Church on Mr. Misunderstood, Aging, Success“I see the guys now; there’s a lot of them that are my age but try to act like they’re 25.”