Emma Brown

Daniel Blumberg strikes out under his own name

May 16, 2018

“I’ve found like-minded people,” says the former member of Yuck, “and the potential of what we do is more infinite.”

The mastermind casting director behind Peaky Blinders

October 30, 2017

If you’ve seen any gritty British drama in the past 10 years, you’re almost certainly a fan of Shaheen Baig’s work.

Peaky Blinders’s Jack Rowan can even make a sociopathic killer seem likeable

October 19, 2017

The British actor has already nailed the role of heartless teenage murderer. Next up? Romany gypsy Bonnie Gold in the new season of the crime drama.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘But I’m Slow,’ Infinity Girl

August 10, 2017

Somewhere Nice, Someday, which was recorded in July of last year at Figure 8 in Brooklyn, will be Infinity Girl’s final record.

Taylor Sheridan’s Forgotten America

August 7, 2017

As a young child growing up in Texas, Taylor Sheridan says he wanted to be a cowboy. Instead, he became a jobbing actor on television shows like Veronica Mars and Sons of Anarchy. Now, following a career change in his 40s, he’s the Oscar-nominated screenwriter behind Sicario, Hell or Highwater, and Wind River.

Kyle Mooney and the Charm of Fandom

August 7, 2017

There is a certain magic to Brigsby Bear, the first movie from co-writers Kyle Mooney and Kevin Costello, directed by their childhood friend Dave McCary.

History Lessons with Hannah Murray

August 2, 2017

“I’m really, really proud it,” says Hannah Murray over the phone from Los Angeles. It’s the week of the Games of Thrones Season Seven premiere, but for now, we are discussing Murray’s new film, Detroit, directed by Kathryn Bigelow.

36 Questions and the Future Of Musicals

August 1, 2017

36 Questions, the new musical podcast written and composed by Chamber Band’s Christopher Littler and Ellen Winter, begins with a betrayal.

Porn, Podcasts, and Parents

July 27, 2017

A few years ago, a newly retired father asked his adult son to review the first few chapters of his novel, Belinda Blinked.

Michael Lo Sordo

July 20, 2017

If Michael Lo Sordo had to pick a favorite look from his Resort 2018 collection, he might choose his rich red suits.

Seeing Double

July 19, 2017

What do an untested government agent and a social media influencer have in common?

Aidan Gillen

July 13, 2017

Irish actor Aidan Gillen knows how to pick a television show.

Jake Weary

July 6, 2017

Jake Weary can vividly recall his first formative acting experience. At 12 years old, the New Jersey-raised actor played Mercutio in a school production of Romeo and Juliet.

Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah

June 29, 2017

Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah wants to change the world through music. He might even be in a position to do so.

A Girl and Her Super Pig

June 28, 2017

If anything is going to make you think twice about eating bacon, it is writer-director Bong Joon-ho’s latest film, Okja.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Sweet Sweet Silent,’ Sivu

June 27, 2017

Before the melody begins in the music video for “Sweet Sweet Silent,” the title track off of Sivu’s new album due out next month via Square Leg Records, the musician addresses the audience.

Sam Richardson

June 26, 2017

In addition to playing the hapless (but eternally hopeful) political aide Richard Splett on Veep, Richardson co-writes, produces, and stars in his own sitcom, Detroiters.

Discovery: Betty Gilpin

June 22, 2017

In Glow, the new Netflix series produced by Liz Flahive, Carly Mensch, and Jenji Kohan, Betty Gilpin plays Debbie, a soap actor who has relinquished her career to start a family.

Discovery: Sydelle Noel

June 20, 2017

Until her early 20s, Sydelle Noel had one goal: to make it to the Olympics.

Discovery: Double Rainbouu

June 15, 2017

The tagline on Double Rainbouu’s website is straightforward and catchy: “Resort wear for beach babes and pool punks.”