‘The Hardest Part Of Getting Famous Was Competing With Viral Instagram Videos Of Shaved Ferrets’: 5 Questions With Cardi B

As the first-ever rapper to have three singles in the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 10 simultaneously, Cardi B is nothing if not an icon. Her meteoric rise to fame took place in part on social media, and her offbeat, fast-talking persona has endeared her to fans all over the world. We sat down with Cardi to ask her about…

‘I’m Comfortable Exploring Taboos, But The One Line I Will Not Cross Is Hermit-Crab Sex’: 5 Questions With Ryan Murphy

Ryan Murphy is the visionary mind behind a slew of the most popular TV series in the past decade. With ‘Glee,’ ‘American Horror Story,’ ‘American Crime Story,’ ‘Nip/Tuck,’ ‘Feud,’ and more to his name, Murphy has carved his own unique path in the golden age of TV, and is often cited as single-handedly bringing back

‘The New Carmen Sandiego Will Spend A Few Years With Her Ass Stuck In Old Faithful’: 5 Questions With Gina Rodriguez

To call Gina Rodriguez a rising star would be an understatement. The actor’s incredible résumé includes playing the titular Jane on The CW’s hit drama ‘Jane The Virgin,’ taking on sci-fi alongside Natalie Portman in ‘Annihilation,’ and getting cast as the lead role in Netflix’s upcoming ‘Carmen Sandiego’ series. We

‘I’m Running For Governor Of New York Because I’m Sick Of Seeing Rats Ride The Subway For Free’: 5 Questions With Cynthia Nixon

Cynthia Nixon may be best known for her role as the ever-practical Miranda on ‘Sex And The City,’ but these days she’s busy running for governor in New York state. We sat down with the star turned politician to ask about her television career, her campaign for office, and her qualms about the New York City subway.

‘Ever Since I Could Remember, I’ve Always Enjoyed Screaming About What People Are Doing Right In Front Of Me’: 5 Questions With Dick Vitale

Bringing his trademark enthusiasm and glossary of catchphrases to every basketball game he announces, Dick Vitale has left his mark on sports broadcasting in a way that few others have. He’s been calling games since the late 1970s, and, in his words, he plans on continuing to do so until the day he dies. We sat down

‘The Only Superhero That Little Girls Had When I Was A Kid Was The Morton Salt Girl’: 5 Questions With Krysten Ritter

Krysten Ritter has been one of the most prolific TV stars of the past decade. From small but vital roles in shows like ‘Breaking Bad,’ to leading character work in ‘Marvel’s Jessica Jones,’ Ritter has developed a knack for appearing in buzzworthy shows. We sat down with the actress to discuss everything from Marvel to

‘If You Look Closely In The Scene Where Elisa Makes Love To The Amphibian Man, You Can See The Virgin Mary Sitting On The Toilet Smiling In Approval’: 5 Questions With Guillermo Del Toro

Guillermo del Toro proved himself to be one of the biggest creative forces in filmmaking long before he won two Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director this year for ‘The Shape Of Water.’ From visual feasts like ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ to tentpole blockbusters ‘Pacific Rim,’ del Toro’s films are rife with as much heart as

‘Cory Booker Would Be A Good President If He Stopped Claiming The Attack On Pearl Harbor As His Finest Achievement’: 5 Questions With Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand

As the Democratic Party forms a plan for taking back the White House in 2020, Kirsten Gillibrand’s name keeps popping up on lists of potential candidates, and not without reason. The New York senator and Hillary Clinton mentee appears to be steadily positioning herself for a presidential run against other hopefuls

‘The Character Lady Bird Is Based On Paula Deen, And It Was An Honor To Help Put Her Story Out There’: 5 Questions With Saoirse Ronan

She may be just 23 years old, but Saoirse Ronan has already established herself as one of the finest leading actresses working today. Her Academy Award nomination for Lady Bird marked the third time she’s been up for an Oscar, and by all indications, it won’t be her last. We sat down with the Irish-American actress to

‘I Would Like To Play An Even Older Version Of Yoda Where He’s Doing All The Things On His Bucket List Like Going To A Circus Or Buying A Watch’: 5 Questions With Chadwick Boseman

As the star and titular hero of Marevel Studios’ wildly successful ‘Black Panther,’ Chadwick Boseman is officially a bona fide Hollywood superstar. We sat down with the charismatic, versatile actor to ask him a few questions about his life and career.

‘My Goal Is To Become So Great At Snowboarding That Christopher Meloni Is Referred To As The Chloe Kim Of Acting’: 5 Questions With Chloe Kim

Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim became a household name this year after beating out her competition with a near-perfect score at the 2018 Winter Games, and by the looks of it, this young athlete is only getting started. We sat down with the snowboarding star to ask her about her experience in Pyeongchang, and what’s

‘There’s A Third Coen Brother Whose Only Job Is To Make Sure Everybody Has Sunscreen On’: 5 Questions With Frances McDormand

After making a splash with her Oscar win for Fargo in 1996, Frances McDormand vowed only to take projects that she felt genuinely attracted to, including starring roles on Broadway, a handful of Coen brother movies, and now Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. On the heels of her fifth Oscar nomination, the

‘I Wanted To Become The Oldest Best Actor Nominee At The Age Of 125 For You Don’t Mess With The Zohan 15’: 5 Questions With Timothée Chalamet

At just 22 years of age, Timothée Chalamet has already built quite the resume for himself, having appeared in two Oscar-nominated films this year, ‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Call Me By Your Name,’ and earning a Golden Globe nomination for the latter. From his days as a student at Manhattan performing-arts school LaGuardia High

‘I’d Love To Work With Keegan Again, Not As A Comedy Partner But At Sears Or Something’: 5 Questions With Jordan Peele

Making his directorial debut with the critically acclaimed film ‘Get Out,’ Jordan Peele has announced himself as a force to be reckoned with in an industry where directors of color are rarely given a chance to shine. From his early days as a sketch comedian to his recent Oscar nomination, we sat down with the

Lady Bird Was The Soul-Sucking, Focus-Grouped Monstrosity I Needed To Appease Studios So They’d Let Me Pursue A Passion Project’: 5 Questions With Greta Gerwig

Making her directorial debut with the unanimously acclaimed coming-of-age film Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig has boldly announced herself as a force to be reckoned with in an industry in which female directors are rarely given a chance to shine. From her early days as the preeminent darling of the mumblecore movement to her

‘You’re Just Praying Your Heelys Don’t Start Rolling You Around On Stage Until You Crash Into An Amp And Get Violently Electrocuted’: 5 Questions With Carly Rae Jepsen

Since skyrocketing to fame with her 2012 smash hit “Call Me Maybe,” Carly Rae Jepsen has dramatically evolved as an artist and has persistently challenged existing notions of what it means to be a modern pop star. In anticipation of her new album, which is set to drop in early 2018, we sat down with Jepsen to discuss