“I’m way too old to play Jem. Are you crazy?”
She’s G. Willow Wilson, the writer of Ms. Marvel.
"I know what it’s like to be frustrated, to not have money to buy something that you love."
“Let’s just write it for ourselves. It’s hard enough to get a job.”
The YouTube sensation's new film about traveling with style.
Huffington lays it out in her new book, Thrive.
"She's a really strong actress, and it can sometimes overwhelm the actor she's playing against."
"Our show isn’t necessarily trying to shock you. That’s counterproductive at some point."
“I would like it to be certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.”
"Just Google 'Ansel Elgort' and you will literally not regret it. His face? He’s so perfect."
"It feels like if I told people all the statistics of my character, they'd probably think it was this daytime soap."
Talking to director Charlie Lyne about the strangeness below the genre's surface.
"I’m less interested in music that is novelty or jokey or ironic."
"I'm not even sure if I have a sock drawer!"
Susan Patton is a gleefully snobby rape-denier. You’re going to love her.
It seems like the most fun.
"There’s nothing fun about 30 people standing around watching you, like, pretend to pleasure someone."
"The anticipation-speculation that comes with a weekly schedule is a double-edged sword."