"Most kids stick shit all over the walls. As a kid, I used to clean my walls."
"I want to make movies that entertain whole families."
"I gave him enough crap about it for four weeks. Now I'm used to it."
"Johnny Cash recorded one of my songs. I felt pretty good that day!"
"Our worst nightmare is having to listen to our friends tell us about their stupid breakup."
The actress discusses working with Chevy Chase, being compared to Elisabeth Shue, and playing lots of prostitutes and strippers.
The Broadway legend on his new one-man show, 'Steps in Time.'
"I can't find anything in my life that says, 'Well, you can't work for the Pope.'"
"I had friends come and they're like, 'Wow, you make out with everyone in the play.'"
"I feel like I'm floating off the ground, but I'm still myself."
"This is not guys in puffy pants with perfect iambic pentameter."
"Usually when people ask me that kind of question, I point to the bathroom and say, 'You want me to show you?'"
"I'm sure that her idea of heaven is just a stage with as much sheet music as possible."
"I remember one time on 'The Practice,' all of a sudden I discovered I was having an affair with Lindsay."
"Kanye ran into the basketball pole at one point, head first. That was a serious injury."
"After I played one part, others came along. And then I became the voice of a dinosaur. It's all rather logical."
"I am still looking forward to it — but of course I am worried."
Vulture raps with Hale about his new web series and the 'Arrested Development' movie.
Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins on the Band’s Recent Resurgence and the Wonders of Herman Melville
"I'm reading Melville! I'm reading books that I neglected to read in college. I don't know if you've ever read Moby Dick, but he's the craziest mother ever."
"This very drunken Russian lady came up to me: 'I really enjoyed the film, very convincing ... until you started to speak that horr-rrible Russian.'"
"I love Tupac."
Talking over one of the best concert films we’ve ever seen.
Goldthwait rapped with Vulture about his stand-up, his move to behind the camera, and the actor he originally wrote 'Dad' for.
"It would probably be three out of four, whoever falls."
"Everything’s so fitted and tight, the armholes of the suits are cut much smaller, the pant leg — it makes you have better posture, it holds you in a very erect position. Which is perfect for the character."