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Ava DuVernay on Trump’s Latest Central Park Five Comments: ‘I Don’t Care’
“It’s expected. It’s not a big deal to me.”
Tickets Available for L.A. Late-Night Writers Panel
Vulture and NeueHouse are hosting a panel with late-night writers in L.A. later this month.
Andy Cohen Lives for Conflict
“I am not confrontation averse, as long as other people are doing the confronting.”
How Richard Madden’s Childhood Prepared Him for
“I always look for something different.”
Had 6 Months to Try and Change the World
“Simply being a woman at this point is a political statement.”
Maggie Siff on Her Time as a Temp on Wall Street
“That skill set, whatever it is, is not mine.”
’s Carmen Ejogo on ’80s Fashion and American Accents
Hart to Hart
can teach a girl all she needs to know.
Rhea Seehorn on What She’s Learned About Ethics From
“I do look at my own behavior. I’ve learned to at least examine that a little bit from Kim.”
Hasan Minhaj on Why He Didn’t Change His Name for Comedy
“If I could take a stab at navigating having a public image on my own terms, this could be a good start.”
How Drew Tarver Cried on Cue for
The Other Two
Sufjan Stevens and John Mayer were involved.
The Good Place
Cast Would Torture Each Other
Not that it would ever come to that.
good one podcast
Jimmy Fallon Will Host the
Until There’s No Longer TV
On this week’s
podcast, Jimmy Fallon discusses doing his show in Trump’s America and hosting the
into his 60s.
Why Matt LeBlanc Embraced Humiliation for
The star of Showtime’s departed cable comedy says there was little he wouldn’t do for a laugh.
Kenan Thompson Better Get Nominated for an Emmy This Year
In his record-breaking 15th season
Kenan Thompson proved he’s more vital to
Regina King and Sarah Paulson Share Adorable Backstage Emmys Reunion
“I love you, Regina.”
Kids Perform ‘Uptown Funk’
Don’t believe us? Just watch.