We speak with Ehrenreich about working with Coppola and his run-in with Spielberg.
"Yeah, the guy in the front row was text messaging, so I gave him some fire."
"I just go to YouTube and type in 'heroin user,' and so many videos pop up."
We called up the couple to find out what Argento would divulge about her Cannes jury experience.
"Her behavior's monstrous, that's true."
"If people want to see a blood-and-guts picture ... why not an X-rated or unrated film? R is for wussies."
Vulture spoke with Biel about her song on the film's soundtrack and doing her own stunts.
Our chat with Method Man and Redman is one of those interviews that's better for its, er, spontaneity.
'In those days, if you just had a horn, and hung around the music scene, you could get on a record and become famous!'
Smith raps with Vulture about competing with Judd Apatow and why he hopes his next movie is like 'Road House.'
Rian Johnson, director of 'The Brothers Bloom,' tells us why the phrase "too clever for your own good" just "drives me insane."
"What's been completely wonderful is that both sides have listened to me."
Get your minds out of the gutter, it's not a sex thing ... or is it?
Spooner talks to us about a skeptical Susan Sontag examining his journals, how he’d welcome death, and that hat.
Khan raps with Vulture about her cinematic influences and her blonder alter ego.
"Every time I get on an airplane, I have a routine. It's not Airborne. That stuff doesn't work."
'Il Divo' is the first of his works to open theatrically in the U.S., but Sorrentino has been making some of the most stylistically exciting films of recent years.
"We were able to mine into our own stupid hopes, our own very secret desires ... "
Bledel talks about filming a “guys' movie,” checking out Broadway, and not being a scenester.
Next stop, animals?
"But let's make everything clear. Our union, SAG, does not allow us to have real sex."
The granddaughter of the late director Elia Kazan and daughter of screenwriters Nicholas Kazan and Robin Swicord talks shop.
Vulture spoke to front man Kudlow and director Gervasi about never giving up.
"You can't just make a movie full of fart sounds, you know?"
Constantine raps with Vulture about post-'Idol' life, his own eighties idols, and performing before an audience allowed to drink.