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Q & Andy: Andrew Lloyd Webber

March 5, 2018

The Broadway legend behind classics like Phantom of the Opera, Cats, and Evita submits to our Warholian questionnaire.

Q & Andy: Tommy Wiseau

December 7, 2017

The writer, director, and star of The Room—the best worst movie ever made—answers questions posed by Andy Warhol.

Q & Andy: Spike Lee

November 14, 2017

The basketball-loving, feather-ruffling film auteur submits to Warhol’s famous questionnaire.

Q & Andy: Marilyn Manson

October 6, 2017

The Prince of Darkness, the God of Fuck … Brian Warner. Marilyn Manson goes by many names, but there is no mistaking the singular, platinum-selling rock star with a flair for courting the dark side. This month, he releases his tenth studio album, Heaven Upside Down (Loma Vista)—and submits to a few questions from the writings of Warhol.

Q & Andy: Michael Kors

September 17, 2017

An interview with the crown prince of jet-set style.

Q & Andy: Kathy Bates

August 2, 2017

In a career that has spanned five decades, the Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress has played a sledgehammer-wielding superfan, an unsinkable early-20th-century broad, and even the ghost of Charlie Sheen.

Q & Andy: Mel Brooks

June 5, 2017

At 90 years old, the prince of parody has been awarded four Emmys, three Grammys, one Oscar, and three Tonys (and, as the self-described “EGOTAK” is quick to point out, awards from the American Film Institute and the Kennedy Center).

Troye Sivan

Q & Andy: Troye Sivan

November 6, 2016

“I share every aspect of my life with the internet,” Troye Sivan said on his 2013 YouTube video “Coming Out,” in which the massively influential vlogger turned actor and pop star did just that.

Q & Andy: Jerry Lewis

September 5, 2016

One of the greatest, zaniest, and most prolific entertainers of his or any generation, Jerry Lewis first made his name as the kook to Dean Martin’s straight man in a series of films the pair made together during the 1950s.

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.

Carol Burnett

Q & Andy: Carol Burnett

March 9, 2016

She helped shape the sketch-comedy paradigm that still rules late night, but there is only one Carol Burnett.

Reed Morano

Q & Andy: Reed Morano

November 2, 2015

At 38 and with a slew of indies on her résumé, Reed Morano is one of the youngest and most promising members of the American Society of Cinematographers. Recently, however, Morano has turned her talents to writing and directing.

Alfie Allen

Q & Andy: Alfie Allen

November 2, 2015

Last week, Alfie Allen received the Rising Star Award at the Savannah Film Festival presented by SCAD.

Q & Andy: Aziz Ansari

October 30, 2015

We know ‘Ziz has got jokes, and jobs—the stand-up from South Carolina who played aspiring impresario Tom Haverford on Parks and Recreation, lends his voice to Darryl on Bob’s Burgers, often pops up in the Apatow universe of comedies, and even co-wrote an insightful book about looking for love in the digital era, Modern Romance (Penguin).

Q & Andy: Catherine Hardwicke

October 30, 2015

Catherine Hardwicke didn’t mess around with her directorial debut.

Q & Andy: Alison Owen

October 28, 2015

Over the last 25 years, British producer Alison Owen has has helped make over 20 films, including Elizabeth (1998), Brick Lane (2007), Jane Eyre (2011), and Saving Mr. Banks (2013).

Q & Andy: Crystal Moselle

October 28, 2015

The Wolfpack is one of the most stunning documentaries of the year.

Q & Andy: David Lang

October 27, 2015

David Lang is no ordinary film composer.

Q & Andy: Asif Kapadia

October 27, 2015

Amy, Asif Kapadia’s documentary about the late singer Amy Winehouse, is devastating.

Q & Andy: Aaron Sorkin

October 20, 2015

It is for his toothsome, smart cannonades of dialogue that Aaron Sorkin became famous, first as a playwright (A Few Good Men), then as a television auteur (The West Wing, The Newsroom) and Academy Award-winning screenwriter (The Social Network). And if you think there is anyone better at writing about brilliant men doing big things […]