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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.”


Mariah Carey Checks Off Our Christmas List

December 4, 2020

Playing naughty with the Queen of Christmas in her September 2007 cover story.


At 46, Leonardo DiCaprio Still Can’t Be Tamed

November 11, 2020

A look back at the actor’s June 1994 whimsical cover story.

Thirstory: Christian Bale Hits Club Quarantine

May 6, 2020

Half-dressed, hair amiss, and on the cusp of delirium.

Ricki Lake Revisits (and Revises) Her 1994 Interview Cover Story

December 27, 2019

The John Waters muse revisits—and revises—her 1994 cover story for this magazine, shortly after the launch of her seminal daytime talk show.   

A Young Leonardo DiCaprio Tells Ingrid Sischy He Wants to Fall in Love

February 14, 2019

Revisiting our 1994 cover story, in which Ingrid Sischy prophetically declared DiCaprio’s imminent sex-symbol status to a 20-year-old actor reluctant to accept the praise.

New Again: Evan Dando

June 7, 2017

In the late ‘80s, America was graced with the advent of a playful pop-punk band: the Lemonheads.

New Again: Wentworth Miller

March 29, 2017

Nearly eight years have passed since Wentworth Miller’s journey as Michael Scofield on Fox’s Prison Break came to its electrifying end, but next week, Scofield will be back behind bars and back on TV.

New Again: Casey Affleck

January 4, 2017

In honor of the Oscar-bound film Manchester by the Sea, we revisit a feature on Casey Affleck from the comparatively innocent days of 2000.

New Again: Natalie Portman

August 24, 2016

Actor Natalie Portman first graced the pages of Interview at a mere 13 years of age. While we await the stateside arrival of Jackie, her latest film, at Toronto International Film Festival in September, we’ve reprinted her feature from Interview‘s February 1995 issue.

Mariah Carey

Q & Andy: Mariah Carey

August 10, 2016

When we called Mariah Carey the world’s biggest diva in our September 2007 cover story, we weren’t wrong.

New Again: United States Olympic Special

August 3, 2016

The 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro begin tomorrow. Today, we turn back the clock to 1984, when Interview dedicated its January/February issue to the U.S. Olympians competing in the Summer Games in Los Angeles.

Barneys Loves New York

February 4, 2016

Amid a pre-Depression retail boom, Barney Pressman opened his eponymous shop Barneys New York on a then-seedy corner of Manhattan, at Seventh Avenue in Chelsea.

New Again: Hot Hollywood Dogs

August 26, 2015

Each of our May and June 2000 issues were dedicated entirely to celebrities and their pets—with every single photograph taken by Bruce Weber. Today is National Dog Day, so here we bring you “Hot Hollywood Dogs,” a feature that includes Brendan Fraser, Snoop Dogg, Paul Walker, and Edward Furlong.

Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette

January 15, 2015

Among the Best Supporting Actress hopefuls is Patricia Arquette, nominated for her role in Boyhood. This is Arquette’s first Oscar nomination.

Lucky Dog

January 14, 2015

Bruce Weber may be best known for his iconic fashion photographs that capture a flushed, radiant all-American wholesomeness, but the photographer, who frequently features canine companions in his shoots (and owns five golden retrievers), could also be described as dog’s best friend.

New Again: Colin Farrell

September 24, 2014

Rumor season is over: Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn are officially starring in the second season of HBO’s beloved crime drama True Detective.

New Again: Ben Affleck

April 16, 2014

Ben Affleck is playing Nick Dunne in David Fincher’s adaptation of the bestseller Gone Girl.

Johnny Depp

March 19, 2014

Throughout his raucous, rebellious, lamb-in-wolf’s-clothing career, Hollywood’s master of disguise has always been one thing: his own man.

New Again: Mark Wahlberg

March 12, 2014

Mark “Marky Mark” Wahlberg transitioned from rapping to acting and producing so smoothly that sometimes we forget he used to just be Marky Mark.