Bateman says Tambor’s behavior, including his verbal abuse of Arrested Development co-star Jessica Walter, is part of “the process” of being an actor in the entertainment business.
The musician talks new music, her favorite female music heroes, lucid dreams, and the origins of “Hot Knife”.
“What I didn’t realize I was working out in my head is the enormous way in which Taxi Driver was filtering into here, that craziness.”
J. Cole talks Kendrick Lamar collaborative album, Kanye West phone call, and more in new interview: Watch
Plus, the North Carolina rapper confirms that he has two new albums already planned for the future.
Simpsons’ creator Matt Groening responds to Apu controversy: “It’s a time in our culture where people love to pretend they’re offended”
“Matt Groening finally responded & sounded like every other troll on the internet,” responded The Problem With Apu director Hari Kondabulo.
Former bandmate addresses Morrissey’s recent bigoted and racist comments regarding Hitler, halal slaughterhouses, and the London mayor’s accent.
In which the fast-rising rapper talks stripper music, hip-hop history, sings Al B. Sure, and tells haters to “suck my dick.”
John Oates offers update on new Hall & Oates music, says they’re interested in “a series of singles”
In a new interview, Oates discusses the band’s new single and why they’re no longer interested in recording an album.
The fashion and music icon explained how Chic’s “Le Freak” came about.
Foo Fighters began playing “Smells Like Teen Spirit” only to switch out the vocals for Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up”.
Kurt Cobain praises Dave Grohl, says all of Nirvana’s previous drummers “pretty much sucked” in unearthed interview
Studio Brussel digs up 1991 interview with the Nirvana frontman they initially thought lost.
Both GNR and U2 were on board, according to GNR’s former manager, Doug Goldstein.