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TV’s biggest scene-stealers are honored to be compared to each other. Just don’t call them character actors.
Is there any harsher indictment than a passionless remake?
We discuss on this week’s Vulture TV Podcast.
And they’re more prestige-y than ever.
“The pragmatic reality was that there was no money to do a new opening title sequence.”
And why it’s so hard to say no to a naked Theroux.
Where did Hannah’s writerly ambitions go?
And the ones long enough you can get up to get a snack.
“Considering I spent the rest of my life working with Planned Parenthood, it was fun to not make it a political choice.”
Tune into our discussion of the show on the Vulture TV Podcast.
Why watching Rupert Grint grow up is making Matt Zoller Seitz feel weird.
May we suggest The Handmaid’s Tale?
“That’s just not the coolest one, is it?”
On this week’s Vulture TV Podcast, we explore the Murphyverse.
“As a member of one religious community that is constantly demonized, I can’t help but feel a certain connection with them.”
“I have way less shame about my actual sexual assault than I do about some ambiguous encounters I had with some people.”
From Jon Hamm to Jennifer Aniston.
“Her outfit is too cute, her hair and makeup looks too good. We are making an underdog here!”
“Lena’s the kind of person who doesn’t realize it would hurt someone’s feelings to say, ‘I’d like to mock your songs on the show.’”