Erivo talks about her first movies, “Bad Times at the El Royale” and “Widows”; crying at “The Color Purple”; and taking on Harriet Tubman.
Trust us — it makes sense when you hear how doggedly she pursued success. It’s time to find out whether the “Girls Trip” star can make it last.
The wry Mr. Mull talks about his latest sitcom, “The Cool Kids”; growing old; “Roseanne”; and the current state of Hollywood.
With “Homeland” about to end, he’s released his first new albums in more than a decade, with a young pop-minded producer pushing him to take risks.
As a trophy of success, art endures, while an extravagant dress could fray and a piece of jewelry may be lost, Ms. Watts says.
David Silverman has created an unlikely career as the author of books about the homes of the famous in Los Angeles
Mr. Redford talks about his latest — but perhaps not his last — role, in “The Old Man & the Gun.”
For a few fleeting moments earlier this year, it seemed as if the red carpet had magically changed course.
In “A Star Is Born,” his directorial debut, Mr. Cooper wrangles with the celebrity industrial complex. So you can imagine how this interview went.