David Tennant talks Camping, and bouncing between the U.S. and U.K. for work

Based on the British series of the same name, HBO’s Camping is set during a nightmare weekend camping trip, where tempers flare and personalities clash among a group of adults stuck in the wilderness together. Ahead of the premiere, we sat down with the cast to talk about the show. In this clip from that interview, we…

Jamie Dornan and Sacha Gervasi take us on a tour of Hervé Villechaize’s L.A.

HBO’s new film My Dinner With Hervé explores a developing friendship between French-born actor and painter Hervé Villechaize (Peter Dinklage) and a struggling journalist (Jamie Dornan) over one wild night in Los Angeles. In honor of the upcoming film, Dornan and My Dinner With Hervé director Sacha Gervasi took us on a…

Camping's Brett Gelman and Arturo Del Puerto on playing emotionally expressive men

Based on the British series of the same name, HBO’s Camping is set during a nightmare weekend camping trip, where tempers flare and personalities clash among a group of adults stuck in the wilderness together. Ahead of the premiere, we sat down with the cast to talk about the show. In this clip from that interview, we…

Juliette Lewis and Ione Skye want to try more comedic roles after Camping

Based on the British series of the same name, HBO’s Camping is set during a nightmare weekend camping trip, where tempers flare and personalities clash among a group of adults stuck in the wilderness together. Ahead of the premiere, we sat down with stars Juliette Lewis and Ione Skye to talk about Camping, playing…

Camping’s Jenni Konner and Bridget Everett are preparing for the end of days

Based on the British series of the same name, HBO’s Camping is set during a nightmare weekend camping trip, where tempers flare and personalities clash among a group of adults stuck in the wilderness together. Ahead of the premiere, we sat down with co-creator Jenni Konner and star Bridget Everett to talk about …

The cast of Sadie is here to teach you how to sabotage your relationships

Director Megan Griffiths’ new film Sadie tells the story of a girl (Sophia Mitri Schloss) who is struggling with the fact that her mother (Castle Rock’s Melanie Lynskey) is developing feelings for another man while her father is deployed overseas, and attempts to sabotage their relationship. In part two of our…

The directors behind After Everything on exploring the unseen side of cancer

This weekend, directing duo Hannah Marks and Joey Power make their feature debut with a film from a cinematic genre with a surprisingly long history—the cancer drama. After Everything follows the 23-year-old Elliot (Shameless’ Jeremy Allen White), who receives a damning diagnosis and meets love interest Mia (It Follows

Tony Hale, Melanie Lynskey, and Megan Griffiths talk about working together on their new film

Director Megan Griffiths’ new film Sadie tells the story of a girl (Sophia Mitri Schloss) who is struggling with the fact that her mother (Castle Rock’s Melanie Lynskey) is developing feelings for another man while her father is deployed overseas. At the premiere of the film, we spoke with the director and cast about …

The Oath’s Meredith Hagner and Jon Barinholtz are staying optimistic amid all the misery

Writer-director Ike Barinholtz’s debut, The Oath, is an ambitious black comedy that aims to tackle the rancor of the Trump era. The film centers on a Thanksgiving dinner gone extremely wrong, as a family of six clash over a newly announced loyalty oath that the White House is encouraging citizens to sign. Before the…

What was it like to be a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader in the ’80s?

Dana Adam Shapiro’s new documentary, Daughters Of The Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story Of The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, tells the story of Suzanne Mitchell, a former Cowboys executive who effectively created the Dallas Cowboys cheer squad as we know it today. The film features testimonials from dozens of former…

Nick Kroll on how a talk by Planned Parenthood led to Big Mouth’s boldest episode yet

Between seasons of Big Mouth, Netflix’s sweetly disgusting animated comedy about puberty, co-creators and executive producers Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett attended a talk by Sue Dunlap, the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Los Angeles. “She said to a room full of writers and producers, your donations are…

Lodge 49’s Jim Gavin and Peter Ocko on making great but deceptively aimless TV

In its first season, Lodge 49 has been the definition of a pleasant surprise, a warm drama that’s both agreeable and compelling, full of heady topics and seemingly low stakes. It’s difficult to describe yet easy on all of the senses, combining top-notch performances from Wyatt Russell, Brent Jennings, and Sonya…

How does the cast of The Man In The High Castle play reprehensible characters honestly?

After a two-year hiatus, The Man In The High Castle, the alternate history, Axis-powers-won-World War II drama, returns to Amazon Prime today. Much of the cast plays characters who are Nazis, married to Nazis, or friends with Nazis, and, as a result, inhabiting these characters can be challenging. We spoke with stars…

Here’s how the dystopian world of The Man In The High Castle is brought to life

After a two-year hiatus, The Man In The High Castle, the alternate history, Axis-powers-won-World War II drama, returns to Amazon Prime on October 5. One of The Man In The High Castle’s biggest strengths is its ability to immerse viewers in the dystopian world of the Greater Nazi Reich, and that is in no small part…

The cast of The Man In The High Castle on how they resist immunity to Nazi imagery

After a two-year hiatus, The Man In The High Castle, the alternate history, Axis-powers-won-World War II drama, returns to Amazon Prime on October 5. Set in the fictional Greater Nazi Reich, the show has never exactly been shy about about its use of Nazi imagery—remember those MTA ads? For members of the cast, the…

Private Life’s Kathryn Hahn and Tamara Jenkins on why they made a movie about infertility

Private Life, the new comedy-drama from Netflix and director Tamara Jenkins, follows a couple in their 40s—Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti—as they struggle to conceive their first child. While not explicitly autobiographical, Private Life is based loosely on Jenkins’ own experiences with her partner. At the premiere,…

Raphael Bob-Waksberg says writing a new season of BoJack Horseman "always feels impossible"

Each new season of BoJack Horseman is usually accompanied by an avowal from fans to consume the whole thing as quickly as possible, mental health and circadian rhythms be damned. But the fifth season might be the most talked about outing for Raphael Bob-Waksberg and his team of writers—the newest episodes resonate all…

Director Jim Hoskins talks An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn and embracing the weirdness 

Jim Hosking’s new film, An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn, follows Lulu Danger (Aubrey Plaza) as her crumbling marriage takes a turn for the worse when a mysterious man, the titular Beverly Luff Linn (Craig Robinson), re-emerges from her past. At the premiere, we talked to Hosking about the film and his writing…

Andrea Savage, Joey King, and Paul Scheer explain why you should see their new movie

Becca Gleason’s directorial debut, Summer ’03, revolves around a family reeling after the death of its matriarch, whose final bequests send the family on an emotional roller-coaster. At the premiere, we talked to Gleason and the stars of the film—Andrea Savage, Paul Scheer, and Joey King—about Summer ’03 and why…