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Dan Levy Made
With His Dad. But It’s His Weird Little Baby.
Scouting for clothes with the creator of TV’s funniest town.
In Their New Show,
, Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle Are Middle-School Rejects
But in real life, they’re on the verge of being
Padma Lakshmi, Scars and All
host gives a very personal food tour of New York City.
For Reigning Fantasy Queen N.K. Jemisin, There’s No Escape From Reality
“I’m writing about dragons as a black woman, and it’s fucking political.”
Sarah Perry Hopes the Monster From Her New Novel Is Watching Harvey Weinstein
The British author talks about her gothic third novel,
, on a visit to some downtown Manhattan churches.
The Anti-Prestige Showrunner
On set with
Jane the Virgin
creator Jennie Snyder Urman, who makes great TV by ignoring all the trends.
Chevy Chase Just Wants to Talk Some Shit in Peace, Okay?
“I’m highly sensitive.”
Frank Langella Thought About Quitting
But he’s finally learning not to make the dangerous career choice.
John Cho Is One Step Ahead
The industry is only starting to catch up.
Patricia Clarkson Is Terrifying in
The 58-year-old actress has made a career out of playing dark, alluring characters.
Boots Riley Wants You to Strike
The Coup rapper just made his first movie,
Sorry to Bother You
, about the ravages of late-stage capitalism — and it’s poised to be a hit.
If You’re Feeling Anxious or Depressed, Aparna Nancherla Has Some Jokes for You
“It’s weird that anxiety is finally on message.”
Justin Hartley’s Long Road to
This Is Us
How the self-described ‘journeyman actor’ landed on NBC’s hit drama.
Misogyny Is Boring As Hell
Carmen Maria Machado writes fantastical tales about the banal horrors of sexism. Lately, it’s her story about Junot Díaz that’s getting attention.
Retta Has a Story to Tell
In her upcoming memoir, the actress chronicles her adventures in Hollywood — including that time Taylor Swift cut her in line to the bathroom.
J. Cole Just Wants to Be Himself
The 33-year-old rapper on his new album, SoundCloud disses, and how he stopped caring what other people think.
Meet Justina Ireland, YA Twitter’s Leading Warrior
How the activist and author became the most controversial figure in young-adult literature, one tweet at a time.
Coffee With Edie Falco, Buddhist Mom of the West Village
On her early years in New York, why Louis C.K. deserves another chance, and why this is “the last dying gasp of rich white men.”
Anya Taylor-Joy Is Ready for Her Close-Up
Since breaking out in
, the 21-year-old actress has quickly become one of the most recognizable faces in horror.
How Grief Led Diane Kruger to the Bravest Performance of her Career
The actress discusses how love and loss shaped her performance in the German-language thriller
In The Fade
John Early Is Laugh-Out-Loud Funny
actor and comedian holds court onscreen, and during a dinner party. Tonight, it’s his homemade cacio e pepe. (Recipe included.)
How Doug Jones Became Guillermo del Toro’s Favorite Monster
The Shape of Water
, the 57-year-old actor gets to be something he’d never been before — the hero.
Can Melissa Leo Scream Her Way To Another Oscar?
This year, the actress became one of cinema’s most terrifying nuns — and in the process, tapped into our current moment of “beautiful female rage.”
Call Me by Your Name
’s Timothée Chalamet Is a Superfan Who Made It Big
The 21-year-old lead of 2017’s most swoon-worthy film is about to blow up. How he’s dealing with fame, acclaim, and those old rap videos.
Bethenny for President?
These days, a reality star who devotes her time to disaster relief inspires a surge of tweets calling for her to run for office.
Meet Claes Bang, Star of
and Your New James Bond–ian Danish Crush
How Bang went from being an unknown Danish actor to the swoon-inducing star of Ruben Östlund’s latest.
‘I Only Have My Chihuahuas’: Why
The Florida Project
’s Sean Baker Won’t Sell Out
What does it take to direct an Oscar contender and sustain a career as an independent filmmaker? More sacrifices than you might expect.
Patrick Rothfuss Is About to Be Fantasy’s Next Superstar
As the author adapts his beloved trilogy for film and TV with Lin-Manuel Miranda, one question haunts him:
Where’s the third book?
Ali Fazal, the Bollywood Star Who Charmed the Crown
The star of
Victoria & Abdul
on sipping tea with Judi Dench, making the leap from India to America, and the rapidly shifting global film industry.
Dylan O’Brien Is Ready to Talk About That Accident
Dylan O’Brien was groomed to be Hollywood’s next young leading man. Then a tragic accident made him question everything.
Lakeith Stanfield Is a Very Serious Actor — But Not
“I’m a stupid human, just like you are.”
Liam Gallagher’s Latest Slew of Insults, Ranked From Least to Most Absurd
“Fuck the sea. I ain’t going in that. Fuck that, mate. That ain’t meant for us.”
The Eternal, Childlike Wonder of Kyle Mooney
Running around Philadelphia’s science museum with the
Steven Yeun Finds Life After Glenn
star on navigating Hollywood after
The Walking Dead
What It’s Like to Make Your First Movie With an All-Female Crew
“When you come to a set like this and it’s all women, all that ego goes away.”
Elisabeth Moss Is the Queen of Peak TV
The Handmaid’s Tale
star built the most enviable résumé in television and discovered her personal feminism along the way.
The Swift and Stealthy Rise of Carrie Coon
star quietly became one of TV’s gutsiest actors.
’s Charlie McDowell Is Bringing the Afterlife to Netflix (Again)
Director Charlie McDowell – yes, Malcolm’s son – went from surfing in Ojai to directing heady sci-fi.
This Sundance Movie Won’t Flop in Theaters — It’s Headed Straight to Netflix
I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore
charmed Sundance. Now it’s part of Netflix’s mission to become a player in movies.
Check Out ‘The Washington Post’s Fantastic Norm Macdonald Profile
Norm Macdonald is widely regarded as one of the funniest standups working today, but he’s never had much luck when it comes to starring in a TV […]
CollegeHumor Looks Beyond the Internet
The Big Breakfast studios – CollegeHumor’s production company that opened shop in Los Angeles two years ago – currently sit opposite of a […]
Journey Inside Adam Scott’s Storage Unit
“What if we get there and it’s just filled with dead bodies?” asks Adam Scott of his New York profiler, Jada Yuan. Scott took Jada to his […]
New York Mag Cover Story: ‘The Jon Stewart Decade’
This week’s NY Mag cover story is “The Jon Stewart Decade,” a lengthy profile of Stewart, The Daily Show and how it’s become such a unique […]