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  1. q&a
    Ariana Grande’s Japanese Tutor Wants to Talk About the Tattoo“She didn’t tell me about her emotions much, but I guess she was sad to hear many people making fun of her.”
  2. chat room
    Jessica Williams on Taking a Bite Out of Ed Helms“Honestly it was so, so gross. I could not emphasize to you — because it looked so realistic and because the arm was so heavy.”
  3. q&a
    The Author of The Collected Schizophrenias Has More QuestionsThe Cut spoke to Esmé Weijun Wang about the process of writing her newest book.
  4. velvet buzzsaw
    Velvet Buzzsaw’s Dan Gilroy on Bringing a Buzz Saw to an Art Fight“Are they innocent people being killed and you feel bad for them? Or are they people who deserve to die? I decided, No, no. They deserve to die.”
  5. what the hell paco?
    Missing Bodies and Missing Curtains: Your Most Pressing You Questions, AnsweredVulture’s resident You expert fields readers’ queries, concerns, and theories about the Lifetime turned Netflix hit.
  6. sundance 2019
    Alia Shawkat’s Quiet Rebellion“I used to have questions about what it meant to be desirable, to be feminine, to be successful … Now, I’m more comfortable being myself.”
  7. just asking questions
    BuzzFeed Paid the Teen Making Its Top Quizzes in Free SwagRachel McMahon is a 19-year-old college student in Michigan who learned this week that she was BuzzFeed’s second-highest traffic driver in the world.
  8. just asking questions
    BuzzFeed Paid the Teen Making Its Top Quizzes in Free SwagRachel McMahon is a 19-year-old college student in Michigan who learned this week that she was BuzzFeed’s second-highest traffic driver in the world.
  9. sundance 2019
    Getting Deep With Jenny Slate at SundanceThe actor, comedian, and writer on her new film, The Sunlit Night, and her year of radical change.
  10. sundance 2019
    Dr. Ruth, America’s Sex Therapist, Is Gunning for an OscarAsk Dr. Ruth, which premiered at Sundance, is a delightful, emotional portrait of a Holocaust survivor who went on to change America’s sex lives.
  11. q&a
    The Author of Maid Doesn’t Want to Be Called a Success StoryThe Cut spoke to Stephanie Land, whose debut memoir describes the years she spent cleaning houses to support her young daughter.
  12. the art of anger
    Jim Carrey Isn’t Just a ‘Celebrity Artist’The fledgling political cartoonist walks Jerry Saltz through seven of his works.
  13. sundance 2019
    The Babadook’s Director Has Made Another Movie About the Power of Female RageWe talk to Jennifer Kent about her harrowing new film The Nightingale, which premieres at Sundance today.
  14. talking to
    Calvin Trillin on True Love and Being a Good ManVisiting the writer for a conversation about his new play, About Alice.
  15. q&a
    What Happens When Democracy Fails? Women Know.A conversation with Astra Taylor about her new documentary, What Is Democracy?
  16. q&a
    The Artist Making Installations Out Of Rape Kits Artist Aliza Shvarts draws an American landscape with rape kits from each state.
  17. q&a
    A Flight-Safety Inspector Explains the Very Real Perils of the ShutdownAirline inspectors are among the many government workers affected by the shutdown. Here’s how their absence from the job introduces real dangers.
  18. q&a
    The Author of ‘Cat Person’ Wants Her New Book to Make You UncomfortableKristen Roupenian’s new short-story collection, You Know You Want This, builds on the themes of sex and power that made “Cat Person” a phenomenon.
  19. q&a
    Costume Designer Bob Mackie Is Back at It With The Cher ShowThe designer was requested by Cher herself to re-create the iconic looks for the Broadway musical.
  20. beauty interview
    Felicity Jones on Night Cream, Scrunchies, and RBGTalking to the On the Basis of Sex star and beauty ambassador about meeting and playing the Notorious RBG.
  21. q&a
    Kamala Harris Wasn’t Raised to Talk About HerselfBut the politician gets personal in her new memoir.
  22. in conversation
    M. Night Shyamalan on His Failures, His Successes, and GlassFirst, the director started making movies people liked again. Now he has his own superhero universe.
  23. backstories
    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Isn’t Just a ‘Feel-good Show’Creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino dig into the filmmaking, choreography, and themes of season two.
  24. chat room
    Mimi Leder on RBG: ‘We Know What It Means to Have Doors Slammed in Our Faces’The director of On the Basis of Sex on how her own career has mirrored that of RBG’s.
  25. chat room
    Diane Kruger Is Tired of Being Offered Nazi Movies“I’ve been offered so many Nazi roles. You couldn’t believe. And I’ve never really wanted to do it. I’ll only do it if it’s more obtuse.”
  26. q&a
    A Long Talk With Lin-Manuel MirandaOn Mary Poppins Returns, and Hamilton in Puerto Rico.
  27. chat room
    Patrick Wilson on Aquaman and His Friendship With Barbra Streisand“I adore her. She really is unbelievable.”
  28. interview
    Natalie Portman on Not Reading Her Press — and That Vox Lux Accent“I don’t read the things people write about me. You latch onto the negative and ignore the positive, so I don’t find it to be helpful.”
  29. q&a
    A Long Talk With David Lee RothDiamond Dave on tattoo skin care and the future of Van Halen.
  30. q&a
    Karl Lagerfeld: A Final ConversationOur last extensive interview with the man behind Chanel.
  31. interview
    Bridey and Abby Elliott Made a Movie in Their Family’s Haunted HouseThe sisters talk Clara’s Ghost, an off-kilter horror-comedy loosely based on their real lives — and starring the entire Elliott family.
  32. interview
    Vox Lux’s Brady Corbet on Making One of the Most Polarizing Movies of the Year“As much as I’d love to go to every cinema across the globe and set the volume and make sure everyone’s got proper context, that’s impossible.”
  33. interview
    Carol Kane and Karen Allen Spill on ScroogedThe Scrooged stars on improvising with Bill Murray, “the ball-breaker suite,” and the meaning behind the classic Christmas film.
  34. beauty interviews
    Willow Smith Is Best Friends With Her HairThe Gen Z philosopher, and face of Margiela’s Mutiny fragrance, talks to us about things.
  35. chat room
    Rachel Weisz: ‘When Women Are Together, There’s a Lot of Freedom’The star of The Favourite on choosing films with queer overtones and creating human pretzels with Emma Stone and Olivia Colman.
  36. interview
    Shoplifters’ Hirokazu Kore-eda on Avoiding the ‘Trap’ of Poverty PornThe Palme D’Or winner goes deep on one of this year’s most sublime movies.
  37. chat room
    Jamie Dornan Sang at Sarah McLachlan’s House in Fifty Shades Freed“She sang three or four beautiful songs, I think I caught a couple people tearing up, and then they were like, ‘All right, Jamie, you’re up!’”
  38. movies
    Shirkers’ Sandi Tan Didn’t Expect Her Very Strange Story to Be So UniversalThe Shirkers filmmaker talks about the weird life of her long-buried movie, now on Netflix.
  39. q&a
    Ryan McNamara’s Serious, Messy, Kinda Gross Art“I was thinking, Why gunge now? And I thought, Well, it’s ridiculous. There’s something perverse about loving the feeling of slime.”
  40. q&a
    Judy Chicago Is Setting Off Feminist Fireworks in Miami During Art BaselThe artist is continuing her “Atmospheres” series of fireworks-based installations in Miami.
  41. vulture festival la
    Jim Carrey Breaks Down His Favorite Anti-Trump DrawingsLet us tell you, they are suggestive!
  42. widows
    Hans Zimmer on Steve McQueen, Widows, and Vulnerability: ‘We’re All Crazy’“If I play you a piece of music, I can’t look at you when I play it.”
  43. behind the scenes
    How Black-ish’s Prince Tribute Episode Came Together“We were all Prince fans. We would have done 20 or 30 songs if we had the time,” says Black-ish showrunner Kenny Smith.
  44. q&a
    Francesco Clemente Worries New York Is Too Safe a Place to Produce Great ArtThe Haute Bohemian painter on the Beats, Peter Brant, and the pleasures of burned-out buildings.
  45. reunions
    Willem Dafoe Sits Down With His Old Friend Jerry Saltz to Talk van GoghAfter decades apart, the two reunite to discuss Dafoe’s riveting performance in Julian Schnabel’s At Eternity’s Gate, about the artist’s last days.
  46. chat room
    Tim Blake Nelson on Working With the Coen Brothers and Being “That Guy”“I actually like being the guy standing next to the guy. I really do.”
  47. chat room
    Zoe Kazan on Her ‘Vulnerable’ Role in The Ballad of Buster Scruggs“I knew this girl. She was for me.”
  48. interview
    Joseph Kahn Doesn’t Care If He’s ‘Canceled’The director on “offense culture,” human beings as “predators,” Megyn Kelly, and his new movie, Bodied.
  49. pam grier
    Pam Grier on Orgasms in Your 60s, Jackie Brown, and What’s Next“You try to have an orgasm at my age? It’s seven hours! It’s gonna hurt, to your teeth!”
  50. chat room
    Martin Starr on Freaks and Geeks and the ‘Bummer’ of Leading Roles“I don’t love the attention [of a leading role]. I don’t know if you can tell! I like just being able to pop in and pop out.”
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