The former !!! singer raps to Vulture about his new band.
'I've always said that the hardest part of writing satire or farce in America is that you're in competition with tomorrow's front page of 'USA Today.''
Cheadle talks to Vulture about his new movie and why he wishes he were more famous.
Wagner talks to Vulture about the making of his new album and moonlighting as a painter.
Muhly talks to Vulture about his new love for trombones and how to take a head shot.
Auster talks to Vulture about his critics and why he'd like to see New York become a city-state.
The lifelong theater geek was so excited about replacing Jonathan Groff that he started a week early.
Shue raps to Vulture about her love of make-out scenes and her first commercial, and does an impromptu rendition of 'Babysittin' Blues.'
'There are plenty of actors who are brilliant people, and plenty who should not be allowed on talk shows.'
The novelist and filmmaker on the wisdom of not casting her husband, Daniel Day-Lewis.
Droste talks to Vulture about meeting Thom Yorke and what to do when faced with an actual grizzly.
On playing the only character who doesn't strip down.
Hunt spoke with Vulture about what happens when you need a nap while the camera’s still rolling.
Wolf Parade’s Spencer Krug on His Terrible French and the Difference Between His Band and Arcade Fire
The Wolf Parade keyboardist raps with Vulture on the band's new album and why you won't see him on 'Saturday Night Live.'
Leading Bravo Platoon 2 through hostile towns in this past weekend's episode is 29-year-old Stark Sands, a Nolita resident.
The screenwriters for 'X-Files 2' talk to Vulture about the movie and why it's hard to run a good disinformation campaign these days.
'OH MY GOD they have muttonchops and go to the disco.'
Girl Talk’s Gregg Gillis on His New Album, Making Listeners Puke, and Why He’s Pretty Sure He Won’t Get Sued
The King of the Mash-up doesn't mind if you get his new album for free.
'Nobody was quite sure what this thing was and who was buying it. But everybody was very happy about it.'
Whedon talks to Vulture about his Internet side project, 'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.'
Cooper talks to Vulture about working with Meryl in Lycra and heels.
People are like, 'Oh the guy in 'Juno,' the chemistry teacher.' It's like, 'Oh yeah? He's also done a little bit of music too. Go check it out.'
The author of 'Stop Me If You've Heard This: A History and Philosophy of Jokes' grants Vulture a deadly serious interview.
True-Frost talks to Vulture about the move from 'The Wire' to Broadway.
Diddy's erstwhile umbrella carrier talks to Vulture about his new reality show.