• Ryan Phillippe

    When Ryan Phillippe lifts up his shirt in the middle of the bar at SoHo’s Crosby Street Hotel, it’s surprising that no one faints. He is, after all, a movie star—with taut muscles, smooth, caramel-colored skin, and a chiseled, ready-for-my-close-up… [ read more ]

  • Q & A With Allen and Albert Hughes

    The last time the words “a new film by the Hughes brothers” graced movie theaters, the country was on high terror alert, huddled in basements, and armed with radiation suits and shotguns. You see, this was way back in October… [ read more ]

  • Q & A With Tim Roth

    Tim Roth, it should come as no surprise, makes a concerted effort not to bring his work home with him. Of course, for a guy who spent three quarters of a movie writhing in blood, whipped out a revolver and… [ read more ]

  • Q & A With Rob Zombie

    When you’re a musician who has built his whole persona around horror movies—christening your first band after an obscure 1930s Bela Lugosi film, decorating your house with dead things, and, well, naming yourself something like Rob Zombie—and you decide to… [ read more ]

  • Diablo Cody Says No

    There is a tornado in the room but Diablo Cody doesn’t notice. While a hairstylist buzzes around her, clothing stylists lay out a spread of dresses and jewelry, and various people, including a movie studio representative and photography assistants, run… [ read more ]

  • Q & A With Dominic Monaghan

    Remember your first tattoo? Maybe you took a few tentative trips to the local shop before you committed. Or maybe you woke up in a tub of ice with no memory of who or what it is that you now… [ read more ]