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Ryan McNamara’s Serious, Messy, Kinda Gross Art
“I was thinking,
Why gunge now?
And I thought,
Well, it’s ridiculous
. There’s something perverse about loving the feeling of slime.”
Judy Chicago Is Setting Off Feminist Fireworks in Miami During Art Basel
The artist is continuing her “Atmospheres” series of fireworks-based installations in Miami.
vulture festival la
Jim Carrey Breaks Down His Favorite Anti-Trump Drawings
Let us tell you, they are
Tim Blake Nelson on Working With the Coen Brothers and Being “That Guy”
“I actually like being the guy standing next to the guy. I really do.”
Zoe Kazan on Her ‘Vulnerable’ Role in
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
“I knew this girl. She was for me.”
Joseph Kahn Doesn’t Care If He’s ‘Canceled’
The director on “offense culture,” human beings as “predators,” Megyn Kelly, and his new movie,
Pam Grier on Orgasms in Your 60s,
, and What’s Next
“You try to have an orgasm at my age? It’s seven hours! It’s gonna hurt, to your teeth!”
Martin Starr on
Freaks and Geeks
and the ‘Bummer’ of Leading Roles
“I don’t love the attention [of a leading role]. I don’t know if you can tell! I like just being able to pop in and pop out.”
The Evolution of Anthony Atamanuik’s Donald Trump Impression
Talking with the Trump impersonator ahead of his new Comedy Central special.
Carey Mulligan: ‘I’m Always Being Asked Sh*tty Questions’
star on a “terrifying” new role, opening up about her notoriously private life, and awful questions she’s gotten from men over the years.
Robert Forster on How David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino Changed His Life
“I ran into Quentin Tarantino at a coffee shop and he said, ‘I’m writing an adaptation of
, why don’t you read it?’”
women and power
To Binky Urban, ‘Power’ Is a Male Word
“Being dominant is not anything I care about. What I care about is being effective, being respected,” says the most powerful woman in book publishing.
women and power
Marsha Vlasic Told Lou Reed, ‘I Just Can’t Do This Anymore’
The veteran music executive on being one of the first-ever female agents, speaking out against Neil Portnow, and the power of saying no.
Bella Thorne on Her Haunted House and Those Paparazzi Photos
I Still See You
star gets real about ghosts and see-through shirts.
Ike Barinholtz on
, Cucks, and Getting Twitter-Blocked by Jimmy John’s
“I see a lot of humor in the toxic masculinity on the right, where they make that feeling such a centerpiece.”
behind the scenes
Faked That Sarah Huckabee Sanders Cameo
A combination of real-life news footage, voice and body doubles, and a very particular wardrobe.
‘Phenomenal Levels of Denial and Arrogance’: Heidi Waleson on City Opera’s End
“It was loony.”
Landed a Surprise Hillary Clinton Cameo
“It was actually Candice’s idea,” says creator Diane English.
Jeffrey Wright on
Hold the Dark
: ‘I Was Worn Out, Physically and Mentally’
“By the end of production, I was feeling beat up like an old dog, which turned out to be fitting.”
Creators Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard on Their Unusual Series
Parks and Rec
vets get nitty-gritty on the secretive premise of their Amazon dramedy starring Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen.
How George Wallace Became the Funniest Person on Twitter
“I’m a rebel. I don’t play by the rules and I don’t give a shit.”
Why Drew Michael Dropped the Audience for His HBO Special
“There’s always something hypocritical to me about claiming to do this ‘brutally honest’ art form where you are entirely in control of every moment.”
For Megan Amram,
An Emmy for Megan
Is Just the Beginning
“If I win, this is not going to stop. It’s only going to become a greater and bigger movement.”
Talking With Henry Winkler About the Fonz, the Emmys, and
“My name was actually there, and I have to say, it was a really wonderful feeling.”
Laura Harrier on Her ‘Nerve-racking’ Performance In
The star of Spike Lee’s latest on how Spike sought her out for her role, filming with Harry Belafonte, and what she’d love to do next.
Star Jordana Spiro Just Made Her First Movie
Her feature directorial debut,
Night Comes On
, earned her the NEXT Innovator Award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
How the Director of
The Spy Who Dumped Me
Made a Graphic, Funny, Feminist Movie
“Let’s make so many stories that no [single] movie has to bear the burden of being everything to all women and to all feminism.”
Set It Up
’s Katie Silberman Is Here to Save the Rom-Com
When we were talking about the project, everyone’s reaction was, “We love rom-coms … but we just can’t make them right now.”
mamma mia: here we go again
Lily James on Playing a Young Meryl Streep in
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
“Part of me thought,
oh God, I don’t know if I can do this
Rob Reiner Thinks Our Democracy Is Hanging by a Thread
We talk to the legendary director about his latest,
Shock and Awe,
and what it says about our current political moment.
Jordan Klepper on the End of
and the ‘Jordan Klepper’ Character
The Comedy Central host reflects on the end of one show and his plans for the next one.
The Explosive Story Behind
Three Identical Strangers
We talk to the director of the shocking documentary, about three brothers separated at birth — and the dark reason why they were split up.
The Star of
Leave No Trace
on Being the ‘Next Jennifer Lawrence’
“It’s been really important reminding myself and trying to remind the public that we are two very different people, two different actresses.”
Hannah Gadsby Decided to Quit Comedy, and Then Her Career Blew Up
“I feel like I suddenly connected to the world, and I didn’t understand just how disconnected and isolated I was.”
Vera Farmiga Defends Her Accent in
And tells us about her latest film,
How Brad Bird Steered
Through ‘Complete Chaos’
The director also talks about John Lasseter and the Iron Giant turning up in
Ready Player One
Neal Brennan on the Genius of Katt Williams’s
“It’s like comedic malpractice. It shouldn’t work. But yet at the end of that 12-minute opener, I feel good. I’m in the palm of his hand.”
Is About the ‘Delight of Seeing Women Steal Sh*t’
“You get to feel the joy and the possibility of the female experience, versus a lot of the pain that we had and have been experiencing.”
Shailene Woodley Is Finally Ready to Call Herself a Feminist
“I think at this point it is important to use that word as a tool just for means of other people understanding who you are.”
Gabrielle Union Is ‘Figuring It the F*ck Out’
Gabrielle Union on
, taking the “low road,” and obsessing over Judy Blume.
Claire Denis on Male Aggression and Making a Horror Rom-Com
“I’ve never made a film to make the audience suffer. If I do, it’s a mistake.”
Miriam Shor on
and the ‘Joy’ of Puking All Over Keri Russell
actress talks her big role in the final season of FX’s spy drama.
Chloé Zhao Is Rethinking the Western
“[I didn’t] watch a lot of Westerns growing up. There’s a reason, because there’s not much we can relate to.”
Joaquin Phoenix and a Hammer: The Story Behind an Unforgettable Action Sequence
You Were Never Really Here
, director Lynne Ramsay achieves something startling and entirely unexpected.
Andie MacDowell and Chris O’Dowd on Why Grief Makes You ‘Horny and Angry’
“What everyone is going through is being reminded of their own mortality, and that can suddenly make you very horny, and angry.”
Exclusive: Watch the
Isle of Dogs
Cast Talk Finding Their Very Good Dogs’ Voices
Wes Anderson, Jason Schwartzman, Jeff Goldblum, Courtney B. Vance, Koyu Rankin, Akira Ito, and Jeremy Dawson had a live Q&A last night in NYC.
Jason Katims on
and the Tricky Art of Adaptation
Friday Night Lights
wasn’t far from my mind.”
Sophie Turner On Her ‘Most Transformative Role Yet’
We talk to the
Game of Thrones
star about her new film,
and about why she’s no longer a “troublemaker.”
Donald Sutherland on His Famous
Don’t Look Now
“We were in a room by ourselves. I don’t know about Julie [Christie], but I’m never naked in front of somebody! I was shy.”
Alyssa Cole on Why Her Romance Novels Are Always Political
Now, she’s breaking into rom-com territory with a new series, Reluctant Royals, which kicks off with
A Princess in Theory