Adam Baran and Brontez Purnell on New York’s Lost Cruising Spots
September 13, 2021
“I like the idea of going to a place and digging through men, like a thrift store.”
Naomi Ackie Is About to Be Everywhere
September 8, 2021
The British actor, who is set to play Whitney Houston in an upcoming biopic, talks to Thandiwe Newton about becoming hyper-visible, and being ready for it.
Beyond Jon Bernthal’s Macho Exterior, There’s a Gooey Center
September 7, 2021
Lena Dunham, who directs Bernthal in the upcoming “Sharp Stick,” gets to the heart of why—and how—he has become one of the most fiercely committed actors in Hollywood.
“I Can Do This”: Michael Gandolfini Tells Jonah Hill How He Became Tony Soprano
September 6, 2021
The son of the late James Gandolfini talks to his friend about the sometimes sad, always surreal process of channeling his father’s iconic role in “The Many Saints of Newark.”
The Ballad of Regina and Sal, Starring Sebastian Chacon and Riley Keough
September 2, 2021
In an original screenplay by Jeremy O. Harris, this is the story of two lovers from opposite sides of town, and a boy with fiery eyes and dreams no one could steal.
Julia Fox and Tommy Dorfman Talk Fame, Codependency, and Motherhood
September 1, 2021
The “Uncut Gems” star worried that having a son might slow her momentum. But, as she tells her friend, the exact opposite happened.
Jeff Ward and Hannah Einbinder Stage a Hacks Reunion
August 31, 2021
The actors shared crackling chemistry on the HBO comedy’s memorable fifth episode. Here, they pick up where they left off.
Stephen Winter and Lee Daniels Trade Tales of Breaking In and Breaking Out
August 31, 2021
The iconoclastic filmmakers chart the history of Black gay cinema, and their places in it.
What’s It Like Being Lily-Rose Depp? Keira Knightley Finds Out
August 30, 2021
“I feel like I’ve been your stalker all morning, because I’ve been looking at loads of pictures of you.”
Sam Mckinniss Is Reimagining Hollywood Iconography in a New Medium
August 27, 2021
“Wouldn’t it be amazing to recast and reimagine ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ aboard the sinking Titanic?”
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Chloë Sevigny Revisits (and Revises) Her Interview Cover Story From 1995
August 26, 2021
“Maybe I was freaked out by how extreme it was.”
Life Lessons from River Phoenix
August 23, 2021
“I think Keanu and I are the nicest guys on the planet—with the exception of George Bush and Ronald Reagan.”
Siân Heder Tells Laverne Cox How She Made the Year’s Biggest Crowd-Pleaser
August 19, 2021
To mark the release of “CODA,” the filmmaker talks to her friend about codependency and the power of family bonds.
Life Lessons from Robert De Niro
August 17, 2021
“I don’t want to preach.”
Clint Ramos Conjures Mid Century America in the New Film Respect
August 16, 2021
The costume designer delves into the process of crafting looks worthy of “The Queen of Soul.”
Life Lessons from Leonardo DiCaprio
August 5, 2021
“There was no handbook for me. I couldn’t go to Barnes & Noble and pick up a book on what it was like: a guide to being famous for dummies.”
23 Years After The Parent Trap, Lindsay Lohan Still Has Class and You Don’t
July 22, 2021
We’re going back to summer camp with our favorite red-headed duo.
Amber Midthunder and Aubrey Plaza Stage a Very Elaborate SOS Call
July 20, 2021
To mark the release of her new movie “The Ice Road,” the rising actor hopped on a call with her former “Legion” co-star from an undisclosed location.
The Cannes Film Festival Sizzles with the Stars of the Interview Archive
July 15, 2021
Revisit some portraits of the film festival’s most alluring attendees, straight from the “Interview” archive.
Gossip Girl Creator Josh Safran Can’t Contain His Excitement
July 9, 2021
The Creator and Executive Producer discusses the joys and challenges of making sure that the reboot is not your mother’s “Gossip Girl.”