Elaine has been surpassed by Selina, the comedian is now an acclaimed dramatic actress, and the nineties were a long time ago.
The film's brutality made its own director look away, but to call it a movie about slavery is, he feels, to miss the point.
Sitting with Swift in her homebody Nashville penthouse, it’s not hard to see how her perpetual insider-outsider persona has helped make her bigger than any of her peers with records this fall.
‘‘There’s only so much I can take. But I have to take it.’’
Aziz Ansari’s Romantic Period: The Comedian on Relationships, Maturity, and His New Stand-Up Special
He'll make you a match. Just hand him your phone.
"I've never been comfortable seeing myself. Ever."
A film that many predict could earn him an Oscar nomination and make him a household name.
As with so many love stories, the making of the movie was equal parts turbulence and passion.
The perpetual supporting man gets his star turn.
How the Broadway actor found a better way to say goodbye.
He believes movies aren't about telling stories as much as making intense, lingering moments.
In her new show she's trying to play a character the likes of which the American sitcom has never seen before. But she is learning that television does not make that easy.
When she's not high and dry onscreen, she's very generous with the Chardonnay.
The project that had pulled him out of the songwriting doldrums: a musical set in the eighties about the decline of the shipbuilding industry.
"I would love to play a psychopath."
She's being forecast as the next J.K. Rowling.
Let’s get it out of the way. The giant rose on Lake Bell’s chest is not real.
Her second novel is a giddily creepy thriller out this month from Random House.
3.0 is Anthony’s first album of original salsa music in a decade.
The breakout star of Fruitvale Station just wants to live, for once.
At age 65, she is four decades into the never-ending romantic soap opera that is Fleetwood Mac.
“I have the kind of face that people want to punch.”
Also, we talk about his new book Taipei.
An hour with the music producer at Jungle City Studios feels like a minor form of time travel.
The Star Trek actor on playing the villain, Sherlock, and learning from Meryl Streep