Candice Bergen on her new memoir
The painter’s notebooks go on display for the first time in his home borough of Brooklyn
When asked if co-starring with Will Ferrell in the new buddy comedy Get Hard will bring him crossover success, Kevin Hart says he’s been making white people laugh for years
The wildly popular star of “How I Met Your Mother” and Gone Girl is ready to host the Oscars
Tom Colicchio isn’t one to rest on his laurels—or to rest in general. The restaurateur and host of Bravo’s hit reality series “Top Chef” will put more on his plate this month as he hosts the network’s latest offering, the Gordon Ramsay–produced “Best New Restaurant.” Here, Colicchio dishes on the new series, OpenTable reviews and […]
On his difficult mother, his knack for physical comedy and Monty Python’s quarrelsome creative process
Andrew Dice Clay on the ups, downs and U-turns of a strange career
Jazz vocalist Gregory Porter offers five songs he loves to sing, along with the reasons why.
British comedic actor Simon Pegg, best known for apocalyptic farce, takes a turn for the dramatic
According to Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, sometimes you need a Z-lister to make a proper Hollywood space epic
In Happy Christmas—and other endeavors—Anna Kendrick proves that many good things can come in a small package
Richard Linklater’s latest tale of growing up took 12 years to film
At the risk of sounding cynical, we can’t help but notice that this month’s movies follow a familiar formula: Come up with a theme, cobble together a few elements from similar films, and voilà—instant classic! So how do you build a summer blockbuster for 2014? It’s elementary.
Tom Perrotta swaps the suburbs for weirder territory
The Monty Python team prepare to play their final gig. Probably.
“Orange Is the New Black” fans are happy Laura Prepon is still behind bars
If you were driving on I-70 in the spring of 2012, you may have passed a guy with a pencil-thin mustache, a sign reading “I’m Not Psycho” and an odd resemblance to filmmaker John Waters
Food Network’s Alton Brown says food is the medium, not the message
Your college years really are the best of your life—which becomes apparent when you’re on the threshold of the real world, with its “laundromats” and “jobs.” To prepare grads, colleges recruit public figures to deliver existential pep talks. Landing the best speakers, meanwhile, has become a kind of intercollegiate sport. Here, with commencement season upon us, a look at this year’s rivalries.
Joel McHale, on trying to out-funny the president at the White House Correspondents Dinner