In a rare interview from 1988, cinema’s first lady talks openly to her former Yale classmate, playwright Wendy Wasserstein.
"Dude, acting has been a trip."
Ahead of her "Westworld" debut, Waithe talks sex robots, Twitter bots, and other realities of our dystopian present.
by Aaron Hunt
We wanted to know how the filmmaker feels about the state of the modern world, so shot him a 3am "You up?" text.
Up close and personal with the Lee Brothers, the scions of Hollywood’s anti-dynasty.
The actor behind the blue mutant in "X-Men: Dark Phoenix," tells Interview about his daily mediation habits and why he wants a Tesla.
by Asher Penn
Internet artist John Michael Boling discusses the origins of his animated sci-fi web-series fresh off its successful Kickstarter campaign.
With the release of the new documentary on the designer's enduring legacy, the supermodel shares her favorite Halston memories, from intimate shows at his 68th street atelier to the time she stayed in Nixon's bedroom in China.
Nicholas Heller, the city's favorite Instagram documentarian, is embarking on an odyssey to watch every New York film ever made—the good, the bad, and the criminally overrated.
The girls of Olivia Wilde's directorial debut can teach the bros of the high school cineverse a thing or two.
by Devon Ivie
Showing — no, telling — you which art and culture books to add to your living room repertoire in the month of May.
Getting ready with the "Avengers: Endgame" star, who wore a loud, double-breasted Ferragamo suit draped in sugary organza.
In her new Netflix documentary "Knock Down the House," Rachel Lears captured the journeys of four progressive women running campaigns to change the system.