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Ryan Hansen on His Meta Veronica Mars Web Spinoff and His Favorite Dick Jokes

After Veronica Mars fans opened their wallets to resurrect the beloved, canceled series for a one-off movie, it seemed likely that Kristen Bell & Co. would finally lay their characters to rest. Not so! The CW, the network that canned the show after its third season, ponied up for more … More »

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Scandal’s Tony Goldwyn on Season 4, Olitz’s Complicated Love, and That Closet Scene

Scandal’s Olivia Pope and President Grant have one of the most contentious love affairs on television. Is this a great love story, or are they torturing each other? Are they destined for greatness, or are they both going to end up emotionally vacant husks? What’s going to happen to them … More »

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Adam Arkin on The Bridge, Directing Himself, and Getting Mistaken for George Clooney

Adam Arkin broke out as an actor in 1990 with the recurring Northern Exposure role of Adam, a barefoot, grungy hermit/gourmet chef who popped up now and then to vex Dr. Joel Fleischman. But his biggest moment on the hit CBS show might have come three years later, when he made his … More »

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Hated Bitcoin Tycoon: My Life Is at Risk

In the first interview with Mt. Gox’s Mark Karpeles since Japanese police launched an investigation into his bankrupt exchange, he says he’s just a regular geek—and that he’s in danger.

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Drea de Matteo on Sons of Anarchy, Adriana, and Joey

Drea de Matteo is a little sad. She’s finally become a regular cast member on Sons of Anarchy as Wendy, Jax’s ex-junkie baby mama, and the show is riding off the air at the end of its current seventh season. “Now that I’m in there, I want to keep going!” de Matteo … More »

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Drea de Matteo on Sons of Anarchy, Missing Adriana, and Why She’d Do Joey Again

Drea de Matteo is a little sad. She’s finally become a regular cast member on Sons of Anarchy as Wendy, Jax’s ex-junkie baby mama, and the show is riding off the air at the end of its current seventh season. “Now that I’m in there, I want to keep going!” de Matteo … More »

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New Girl’s Max Greenfield Loves Weddings and Michelle Obama, and He Doesn’t Care Who Knows It

New Girl is back for its fourth season tonight, and we find the gang at a place we all know and love/hate: the last hurrah of wedding season. Twelve weddings in, the troops are grasping at ways to entertain themselves while yet another couple trudges to the altar, even as they … More »

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David Lynch Thinks No One Will Ever Agree on What Eraserhead Is About

David Lynch’s debut feature Eraserhead debuts this week on the Criterion Collection, in an edition that looks gorgeous and is loaded (loaded) with extras. It feels about time, too. Lynch’s bizarre, unclassifiable movie, filmed over several years on pretty much no budget, is one of the seminal works of American … More »

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Outlander Author Diana Gabaldon on Strong Female Protagonists, Casting Jamie, and Doctor Who

Diana Gabaldon is known to the most hard-core fans of Outlander as Herself. As the author of the book series at the core of the new Starz hit, the Arizona native has been toiling away for more than two decades on the time-travel saga, which tells the ever-expanding tale of Claire, a … More »

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Nicholas Sparks on Lifetime’s Deliverance Creek, Lauren Ambrose, and The Notebook

Including the release of his debut novel, The Notebook, in 1996, Nicholas Sparks has never published a book that didn’t become a best-seller, and nine of them have been adapted into movies. But for his television-producing debut, the author is overseeing someone else’s material: Melissa Carter’s Deliverance Creek. The Civil War–era revenge tale … More »

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The Bridge’s Franka Potente on Creepy Mennonite Bookkeepers and Why Run Lola Run Still Works in the Twitter Age

A mysterious Mennonite bookkeeper laundering Mexican drug cartel money and killing anyone in her way, Eleanor Nacht — the villain played by Franka Potente on season two of the FX crime drama The Bridge — is an in-charge woman attired like the Church Lady. For the German actress, the role is a far … More »

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Michael Douglas on Bad Guys, Stage Fright, and Ant-Man

Michael Douglas was up at the Toronto Film Festival this week touting The Reach, where he stars as an avaricious big-game hunter who commits an accidental murder in the desert, then chases the innocent tracker (Jeremy Irvine) who happens to witness it. Douglas has played a lot of villains over … More »

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Sons of Anarchy Director Paris Barclay on Season 7, the Brutal Premiere, and What Lea Michele Has to Do With It

Be advised that this interview with Sons of Anarchy executive producer and director Paris Barclay contains spoilers for the season-seven premiere, which aired last night. Strangely, it also contains a spoiler from this season of The Bridge.As a gay African-American, Paris Barclay may seem like an unlikely candidate to executive-produce FX’s … More »

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Amy Brenneman on The Leftovers Finale, the Guilty Remnant, and Justin Theroux’s You-Know-What

The following interview with Amy Brenneman covers the entire first season of The Leftovers, and as such, contains spoilers for anyone who hasn’t watched the series up through Sunday night’s finale. Proceed with caution.As Guilty Remnant member Laurie Garvey, Amy Brenneman didn’t have many speaking lines during the first season of The … More »

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Sherlock’s Mark Gatiss on Writing for Doctor Who and This Season’s Robin Hood Episode

Mark Gatiss writes and acts, and we could have an intense debate over which he does better. You’ve seen him onscreen in Game of Thrones as Tycho Nestoris, of the Iron Bank of Braavos, a role he’ll be reprising next year. Even more prominent is his ongoing stint as Mycroft … More »

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The Strain’s Richard Sammel on Humanizing His Vampire Nazi and Channeling Hannibal Lecter

Once Richard Sammel completes his role as Nazi turned vampire Thomas Eichhorst on The Strain, he’d like to display his lighter side on a series like Suits. Seriously. Talking on the phone from his home in Paris, the 53-year-old German-born silver fox makes a point to highlight more comedic work … More »

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Psychedelics Are Ready for a Comeback

In his new book “Acid Test,” author Tom Shroder tells the story of Nick, a veteran haunted by PTSD.

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Antony Hegarty (and Friends) on ‘Future Feminism’ and Whether Beyoncé Is a Witch

Cut the World, Antony and the Johnsons’ gorgeous 2012 live album with the Danish National Chamber Orchestra, contained some stage banter that was a bit more inspired than your average “Hello, Cleveland!” The second track was a long, provocative speech titled “Future Feminism,” in which the angel-voiced New York–based artist … More »

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My So-Called Life’s Wilson Cruz on Rickie Fans, LBGT Awareness, and ’90s Fashion

We’ve been looking back all week at the hugely influential 1994–95 network-television season, which found new shows Friends and ER hobnobbing on the same schedule with Seinfeld, The Simpsons, and The X-Files. We’ve counted down the season’s 100 best episodes, presented an oral history of the first season of Party of Five, tested your Friends knowledge with an SAT-style exam, and so much more. But right now we … More »

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Here’s Why Octavia Spencer is Everyone’s Best Friend

With Fox’s excellent new drama Red Band Society about to launch September 17, Vulture had an occasion to get Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer on the line. This year she’s in a bunch of great projects, including the recent Snowpiercer, Mike Binder’s Black and White (which is about to premiere at the Toronto … More »

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