The One Where Jennifer Aniston Gets Grilled by Sandra Bullock

America’s Sweethearts on brown liquor, past boyfriends, and playing more than just the hot mom.

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Artist Dan Colen Has A Farm

by Dan Colen & Jadie Stillwell

Kim Shui Sells Bruce Lee By the Seashore: The Designer’s 2020 Mood Board

From Bruce Lee to bodycon, the buzzy designer walks us through the inspirations for her latest collection at NYFW.

Tennis is Sailing Away to Paul Simon, Angel Olsen, and the Verve

In honor of their new album "Swimmer," the royal couple of shag rug bedroom pop nixes a road trip playlist and gives us songs to sail to.

Okay Kaya Has Come A Long Way From Guitar Center

The Norwegian model-turned-musician spends 48 minutes talking about her fears, regrets, and dreams in which she eats her own twin.

The World, According to Christopher John Rogers: Glamour, Color, and Trash Bags

Going backstage at the NYFW show of Christopher John Rogers, where drama, fantasy, and high-femme energy reigned supreme.

Luke James Loves Coca-Cola, The Goofy Movie, and, Well, Love

With a new album out and an upcoming role in Lena Waithe's series "The Chi," R&B's softest crooner just wants to be loved.

Ezra Furman Is Listening (And Crying) To Sharon Van Etten, Cat Power, and The Pixies

The musician shares her earliest musical memories and sounds off on Paul Ryan's musical taste.

Jenny Offill Stays Earnest in the Face of Fatalism

With "Weather," the sharp-witted author grapples with the zeitgeist of a pre-apocalyptic world.

Kumail Nanjiani on Carbs, Cheat Days, and Going Viral

A face-to-face with the head attached to the torso that nearly broke the internet.

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Tells Jason Momoa About His Extremely Busy Year

It's a rematch between Aquaman and Black Manta, only bro-ier.

Ken Jennings Talks Buzzer Strategy, Marvel Movies, and Alex Trebek

Inside the packed mind of the "Jeopardy!" GOAT and Superman of trivia.

The Moment the Oscars Lost Themselves

Why was Eminem there? To perform "Lose Yourself," apparently, the timely, undeniable hit song of 2020.

Phillip Youmans and Benh Zeitlin on Filmmaking, Curiosity, and New Orleans

"It's almost pointless to try to separate ourselves from our writing. It already happened, you know? Our writing is infused with us, no matter what."

And Then We Danced Director Levan Akin on Revolutions and Robyn

The director of the controversial Georgian gay romance on the power of ABBA and filming on the fly.

Zero Waste Daniel Gave Fashion A Funeral

Daniel Silverstein is the sustainable designer who dared to give the industry a proper Fashion Week funeral.

Joaquin Phoenix Through the Years

As Joaquin Phoenix faces a potential Oscar win on Sunday for his role in Todd Phillips' Joker, we took a look back at the times he's graced our pages.

Nilüfer Yanya Will Tailor Your Vintage Clothes

The British musician on her shopping addiction, life on tour, and getting back to bed.

The Rolling Stones Bassist Bill Wyman on Capturing the Band From the Inside

The former bassist for The Rolling Stones takes us behind his new book that chronicles the intimate lives of the legendary rock band.

The Artist Giving E.T. Pepsi and Xanax

In her solo show "Done with Xanax," Katherine Bernhardt phones home.

Stephanie Seymour Looks Back On A Legendary Azzedine Alaïa Show

Thirty-five years later, the supermodel recounts a magical night in fashion history, where she fangirled over Iman and Ric Ocasek.

Christopher Bollen Is Pretty Sure He’s Not a Sociopathic Murderer

In light of his new Venice-set gay heist novel, "A Beautiful Crime," Interview's Editor-at-Large discusses the glamour of the grifter narrative and America’s fascination with con culture. 

Kenny Scharf Looks Back On A Life of Making Boring Objects Brilliant

The artist revisits his zany hand-painted work in the era of Haring and Basquiat, from his pet vacuum to the Palladium pay phones.

Ellen Burstyn Talks to Alex Wolff on Life, Death, and the Poetry of It All

Wolff is 22 years old, Burstyn 87 years young, and the two have found themselves to be kindred spirits.

KIRBY Wants Her Music to Taste Like Mac and Cheese

The Rihanna songwriter and R&B soul singer gives us a bite of her dream playlist.

Frances Quinlan on Her Favorite Paintings (and Two of Her Own)

The Hop Along singer walks us through the art gallery of her dreams.

Brandon Wardell Believes in Pizzagate and Free Healthcare

L.A.'s favorite alt-comedy wunderkind on his favorite things (and some others), from Dua Lipa to Epstein conspiracy theories to Sonic the Hedgehog.

Dan Deacon and Aparna Nancherla Hate Burning Man But Love Pears

A playful discussion about existential dread, green rooms, and acid rain.

Artist Stan Douglas Wants to Take You to Another Earth

The artist talks "Star Trek," Proust, and latest video project "Doppelgänger."

Into: Stoner Art for the Keith Haring and Cannabis Enthusiast

Because "Crack is Wack," and there's nothing better than that which comes from Mother Nature herself.

Talk Hole: TikTok Suburbia, Swiss Heaven, and the Radical Sincerity of Goop

Talk Hole is the bi-weekly spoken column of New York’s alt-comedy darlings Eric Schwartau and Steven Phillips-Horst, touching on all corners of the zeitgeist (high, low, top, bottom).

Barra Grant Is Miss America’s Ugly Daughter

With her raw one-woman play, the daughter of Bess Myerson explores the ugly side of the notorious beauty queen.

Khushi and James Blake Debate the Philosophical Merits of Diplo’s Instagram Caption

Kalim Patel's debut album "Strange Seasons" is ten years in the making—and that's just how he likes it.