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’s Sarah Goldberg Makes the Case for Why Sally Is a Seriously Good Actress
“How do you do bad acting that slowly gets better?”
Robin Thede Is Changing the Game With
A Black Lady Sketch Show
“I think what’s revolutionary about this show is that it will allow every type of black woman to feel seen.”
Jennifer Kent Doesn’t Think
Is a Rape-Revenge Story
“I think ultimately for me, this film isn’t about violence, it’s about the love between two very unlikely people.”
’s Enrico Colantoni Knows You Want a Dad Like Keith Mars
“All I know about that character is that he loves his daughter. That’s it. I didn’t research what a PI does; I just invested in that.”
Jessica Hopper on
and Music Journalism’s Changing Landscape
“I’m interested in knowing: What did I miss? Who has been written out of history?”
Billy Eichner on Hugging Beyoncé and Thanksgiving at Barbra Streisand’s
The star of
The Lion King
talks gay lions, gay rom-coms, and improvising Timon’s and Pumbaa’s lines.
Russell Tovey Knows
Years and Years
’ Dark Future Makes You Very Anxious
But he’s very proud of the love story.
Will Poulter Couldn’t Sleep After Watching Himself in
“I was so fucked up after watching it. It’s maybe the most aggressive reaction I’ve ever had to a film.”
Rom-Com Legend Richard Curtis on Why He Walked Away from Directing
“I don’t want to be rude about the director Richard Curtis. He tried very hard.”
For Ramy Youssef, All Roads Lead Back to Stand-up
Talking with the comedian about his Hulu series and new HBO special.
We Asked Daisy Ridley to Describe Adam Driver’s Big-ness, and Other Questions
The star of
talks the holes in her stomach, getting slapped by Naomi Watts, and what Carrie Fisher said to her while filming their last scene.
Sienna Miller: “I Do Feel I’ve Been, for Much of My Life, Underestimated”
Eight years after the
The Loudest Voice
actress sued Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper, she’s starring in a Showtime series about his colleague, Roger Ailes.
’s Tracy Oliver Is Rewriting All Your Favorite Movies.
The writer behind BET’s
First Wives Club
talks rebooting Hollywood, and reflects on the control she lost remaking
The Bold Type
’s Aisha Dee Loves ‘the Dot Com’ As Much As You Do
“I did try to play ‘the Dot Com’ drinking game when I was watching one week, and then I was like, ‘Oh, I’m not trying to die today.’”
Showrunners Explain Why They Turned the Tables on Us — Again
“We’ve been studying how to do this for a very, very long time.”
Meet Pam Grossman, the Terry Gross of Witches
The podcast host and author discusses her new book, “pop occulture,” and dating muggles.
this! is! a winner!
How Emma Boettcher’s ‘Whimsical’
Strategy Defeated James Holzhauer
“I was a little more guided by intuition and feeling.”
Diana Silvers on
’s Groundbreaking Sex Scene
This summer’s breakout star on how
made her reconsider her sexuality — and how
’s Octavia Spencer was behind her big break.
Celia Keenan-Bolger’s Scout Finch Is Good Enough to Convince Kids She’s a Kid
She’s Tony-nominated for her role in
To Kill a Mockingbird
’s Cast on Their Viral, History-Making Cannes Moment
“To have black and brown bodies on that red carpet — it’s a game-changer. Queer black men: They don’t make it [to Cannes]. Not like that.”
’s Andrew Scott Doesn’t Mind Being Called a ‘Hot Priest’
Well, it’s better than a lot of things you could be accused of.
That Time Chloë Sevigny Stole a Prop Cop Car With Bill Murray and Adam Driver
Dead Don’t Die
star on her “past lives” and “unfinished business,” why she didn’t attend the Met Gala, and “annoying” all-male Cannes dinners.
Chace Crawford on
, and His Captain America Audition
“There was just no way, even if they wanted to cast me, that it would’ve worked out time-wise.”
Norbert Leo Butz Loves Watching
’s Dancers Impress Movie Stars
“Seeing those uncelebrated, unacknowledged men and women who do Fosse choreography … For these actors to go, ‘I’m not worthy,’ it was really amazing.”
‘I Looked at Bran Like a Cake’: A Conversation With
Game of Thrones
’ Night King
“For me, when he died on the TV, I said,
Now I am free
Zoey Deutch on Her Jewish Sense of Humor and Rejecting Being an ‘It’ Girl
star on how being Jewish made her funny, destroying her eyebrows at her bat mitzvah, and playing “strong, inconvenient women.”
How Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern Fell for Each Other on the Set of
The co-stars explain how they became friends, why Dern’s son is obsessed with Kristen, and what it’s like to read internet discourse about themselves.
Tim Robinson on His New Netflix Show and the Worst Pain of His Life
alum’s six-part series debuts today.
Knew That Shocking Death Would Upset Fans. Here’s Why They Did It.
“We don’t want to say anyone is right or wrong for having strong feelings about any element of this. We sympathize with everybody.”
John Cameron Mitchell and Marilyn Maye Talk Love, Art, and Dying in Style
“We can’t do open casket. Nobody knows how to put my lashes on.”
behind the scenes
Brad Pitt, Baby Shampoo, a Unitard: The Story Behind That
Meet Joe Black
We talk to the men responsible for the scene in which Brad Pitt is violently hit by two cars at once.
How Josh Gondelman Became Twitter’s Pep-Talk Master
Catching up with the stand-up and
Desus & Mero
Elisabeth Moss and Alex Ross Perry on Who and What Inspired
The actress and director explain the thread connecting Becky Something to Kim Deal and
The Phantom of the Opera
Claire Denis Made a Movie About Space, But She Swears It’s Not Sci-Fi
director cast Robert Pattinson in a dystopian prison film, but don’t worry. She’s not exactly going mainstream.
’s Creators Gave Rebecca Bunch Her Happy Ending
“It’s not about auditioning for the missing puzzle piece. It’s about getting everyone to a place where they can healthily prioritize someone else.”
The Wild Story Behind Aretha Franklin’s Long-Delayed Documentary,
“It’s all crazy. It’s the craziest story that I know of in show business. I think we’ve lapped the field on crazy.”
’s KiKi Layne Has Another Tragic Romance for You
If Beale Street Could Talk
star makes Richard Wright’s classic book new again.
How PUP Turned Crippling Doubt Into Addictive Hooks
“I think that the world is probably gonna end pretty soon.”
Rapper Saweetie Is Quickly Becoming the Bay Area’s Newest Star
’I’m so prideful of my work so I was like [to Quavo], ‘No. This is my song. I’m not getting no features on this.’”
’s Kingsley Ben-Adir on That Psychic Octopus Scene
“It’s genuinely me going,
What the fuck is going on here?
fashion du jour
The OA: Part II
Turned Brit Marling into a Glam Russian Heiress
We talked to the stylists who turned low-key Prairie Johnson into high-key Nina Azarova.
Will Be ‘a
Wizard of Oz
for Perverts,’ Says Director Ari Aster
“It’s less overtly a horror movie, but it’s still working in that same space. It’s very macabre. But people shouldn’t go in expecting
A Conversation With a Quantum Physicist About
The OA: Part II
Could we really hop between multiple dimensions using the power of dance? Can trees really talk? Could I live in a mirror?
Michael Sheen Didn’t Actually Name His Penis After Christine Baranski
The Welsh actor on
The Good Fight
, playing a Roy Cohn–esque lawyer, and what he told “poor Christine” about that Twitter joke.
Director William Friedkin on the Soundtrack to
, His Most Vilified Film
“I went around and heard the punk rock bands, I thought,
Yeah, this is what I want in the picture
Armie Hammer Thinks
Call Me by Your Name 2
Might ‘Set Us Up for Disappointment’
“I’m not sure that it was ever really definitely going to happen. People just seemed so excited about it that we were like, ‘Oh, yeah, fuck it!’”
Hannah Godwin on Her
Breakup and ‘Swerving’ Around Dumb Drama
“I would wake up every morning and be like,
What’s going to make me happier today, causing drama or making fun memories?
true crime podcasts
The Murder Squad
Is a True-Crime Podcast That Wants You to Solve the Crimes
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss their upcoming new series.
Maren Morris Owns Her Space
“This is music. It’s supposed to be fun. Can you just listen to the record and decide for yourself if it makes you feel something?”
Marc Maron on Difficult Interviews, Ryan Adams, Neil Young, and More
“Neil Young’s another one. I didn’t really know, going in, that he doesn’t like doing interviews … That started off pretty dicey.”