Like a lot of kids who grew up reading comic books, I wanted to be Stan Lee.
You don’t have to like country music to think Merle Haggard is a badass.
Four years ago, Vanity Fair sent me to Cocoa Beach, Florida to interview Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the motherfucking Moon.
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It’s been a weird summer for Sesame Street.
Even as a kid, I always kind of knew that Harrison Ford didn’t do his own stunts in any of the Indiana Jones movies. Whether he was being chased by a boulder in Raiders of the Lost Ark or leaping from a horse to a Nazi tank in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, it […]
Pam Grier made quite the splash last year with the release of her memoir, Foxy: My Life in Three Acts. Even if you didn’t read the book, you probably saw her onOprah, talking about how Richard Pryor ejaculated cocaine into her hoo-ha.
If you missed last week’s season finale of Toddlers & Tiaras, the TLC network docu-series about child beauty pageants, you missed a doozy of an episode. It was the final appearance on the show by Eden Wood, the 6-year-old wunderkind from Arkansas who’s like a Baby Jane Hudson for the 21st century.
“Looking back on my career, I made a realization,” Michael Ian Black once tweeted. “I am TV AIDS.” That’s not false modesty. Despite being one of the most consistently smart and funny comics working today, his presence in a television cast almost guarantees a speedy cancellation.
In some ways, it’s tough—and in others, not tough at all—to be Brendan Wayne.
The first time I saw Dave Navarro playing with Jane’s Addiction, at the ’91 Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago, he looked like a drug-fueled lunatic—a character come to life from an R. Crumb comic.
It’s difficult enough making it as a working actor, but it’s even trickier if you’re an actor on the HBO vampire-fetish drama True Blood. The show has a Cannonball Run–sized cast, with storylines competing, like a gang of prepubescent boys with a stick and a dead frog, to see which can be the grossest.