Real Estate is Listening to Weezer, Roxy Music, and (Obviously) the Boss
February 27, 2020
The band makes us a very Jersey playlist.
Awkwafina Plans Her Own Funeral
July 10, 2019
The star of “The Farewell” prepares for her own farewell, complete with Henny Coladas, Steve Buscemi, and, of course, Awkwafina merch.
Exit Poll: “Booksmart” is More Than Just Your Woke “Superbad”
May 24, 2019
The girls of Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut can teach the bros of the high school cineverse a thing or two.
Six ‘Game of Thrones’ Cosplayers Weigh in on the Fates of Their Characters
May 18, 2019
Ahead of the series finale of the most talked-about show in TV history, we spoke with “Game of Thrones” cosplayers about the characters’ fashion choices, their favorite memes, and what it’s like going to a “Rave of Thrones” DJ set.
What Jonathan Groff learned from the warped minds of serial killers
November 8, 2017
The actor wades through the sullied thoughts of mass murderers as Special Agent Ford for Fincher’s blisteringly true-to-life crime series.
Arnaud Valois went from masseuse to star of French AIDS drama BPM
October 20, 2017
The politically charged film about ACT UP Paris is underpinned with emotion by one incredible actor who almost gave up entirely to give massages.
July 24, 2017
Rory Graham, better known by his moniker Rag’n’Bone Man, has a voice that is nigh indescribable. Saying it’s booming and soulful with an ability to fluctuate from high peaks to powerful tenor would be underselling it.
Adventures Along the Amazon
April 12, 2017
To film The Lost City of Z, a biopic of the British explorer Peter Fawcett, writer-director James Gray, actor Charlie Hunnam, and the rest of the cast and crew ventured into the jungle of Santa Marta, Colombia, where such shoots rarely happen without a hitch.
February 23, 2017
If you’ve read about Lætitia Tamko, who records under the name Vagabon, you’ve likely been told that her music is intimate, personal, and, notably, lonely. However, one person who doesn’t wholly agree with that interpretation is Tamko herself.
The Precocious Rising Star
December 20, 2016
Lucas Jade Zumann would have you believe he’s “lucky.”
Aaron Eckhart Without Ego
November 16, 2016
“Oftentimes in movies, actors are playing very disagreeable, cantankerous, unattractive characters,” Aaron Eckhart says.
Jim James’ Timely Truths
November 7, 2016
Whether he’s fronting My Morning Jacket, working on one of his many side projects, or producing solo work, Jim James’ soaring voice is easy to recognize.
October 19, 2016
After flying to Africa for seven months to shoot the Iraq War-set miniseries Generation Kill, James Ransone had a realization: “Oh my god, I am an actor!”
Eric Andre, Off the Air
October 3, 2016
While sometimes it seems as though the line between Eric Andre’s onscreen and real-life personalities is thin at best, Andre assures us that he is a much more “normal” than he might seem.
September 8, 2016
Out tomorrow, Justin Tipping’s Kicks is a modern day, hip-hop infused version of Bicycle Thieves.
Danell Levya’s Olympic Triumph
September 8, 2016
Months before this year’s Olympics, and only weeks before the National Gymnastics Championships—a qualifier for the Games—Danell Levya was injured while breaking up a fight between his family’s dogs.
Flume: Under the Skin
August 25, 2016
Harley Streten, the 24-year-old producer and musical artist who you likely know by the name Flume, discovered music through a cereal box.
Casting Call: Great Detective Pikachu
July 29, 2016
If you haven’t heard (and we’re genuinely impressed if you haven’t), everyone and their mother are playing Pokémon Go.
Casting Call: The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
July 22, 2016
Following the success of The Night Manager, another John le Carré miniseries is in the works.
Discovery: Ben Konigsberg
July 21, 2016
“I feel like with any film—I haven’t had that much experience—you can’t possibly know if you’re succeeding at all times. Sometimes you’re in the dark,” says 20-year-old actor Ben Konigsberg.