You show 'em, Kurt.
You show 'em, Kurt.
The actress talks about arriving a little late to the Emmy party, and addresses, yet again, Kalinda's sexuality.
The 17-year-old actress speaks to us about doing voice work, trying to be a regular teenager, and applying to NYU.
The actor speaks to us about his nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy.
The director talks about how the movie came about, casting Julianne Moore and Annette Bening, and why "a family is a family is a family."
The actress talks about her rise to fame, BlackBerry versus iPhone, and her difficult childhood.
"Are you saying that in general they didn't dig it?"
Plus, her and James Gandolfini had "a Mowgli-Baloo dynamic."
"Peter’s always in the gym; Kellan’s always in the gym; the wolf pack is always in the gym."
"Likable just thins you out."
The ousted contestant shares her thoughts about losing.
The actor talks slackers, washed-up boy-band members, and Ken Marino defecation.
The actress speaks to us about the second season of 'Hung,' how her character is awkward but not pathetic, and why everyone's so amped up about those poor kids.
The show creator talks to us about transitioning from scripted drama to reality TV, the portrayal of lesbians in the media, and the possibility of coming to Brooklyn.
The "ambassador of rock and roll" talks about bringing his music to Asia, what it was like at the top, and moving on with his life.
The actress talks about her 'Scoundrels,' how 'Sideways' is the gift that keeps on giving, and how she can't turn off CNN.
The actor on his heartbreaking story line, coming back to film in season five, and planning his next pub crawl.
The eighties pop queen talks about her new blues album, meeting Obama, and what she wouldn't do for a billion dollars.
The actress speaks about the violence in the movie, working as a mom, and how she's sick of trading in on her good looks.
"In life, in anything, there’s two types of people: There’s victims and leaders."