The actor on his grueling prep process, the Sound of Freedom phenomenon, and his leading role in Barnaby Clay’s The Seeding.
The actress on channeling a sex addict demon, championing female-driven stories, and Joe Lynch’s body-swap romp Suitable Flesh.
The Cannes Best Actor winner on ambiguous character work, challenging Wim Wenders, and his takeaway on Perfect Days.
The revered German filmmaker on his love of Japan, Lou Reed’s “sacred track,” and getting the impossible shot in Perfect Days.
The actor on playing up the James Bond image, working with the late James Caan, and the object of his insatiable pursuit.
The English actor on portraying real-life figures, facing off against Anthony Hopkins, and the legacy he will leave behind.
The Gilded Age’s leading man on period work, the actor’s journey, and the imperative that would steer him into the director’s seat.
The storyteller behind A Murder at the End of the World on AI, her enduring quest for knowledge, and our forking destinies.
The South Korean superstar on Hollywood, the international Oscar hopeful Concrete Utopia, and the next round of Squid Game.
The visionary on finding his own way in film, reviving the theatrical experience, and probing life’s great mysteries with Divinity.
The Norwegian newcomer on his first Hollywood experience, “the law of Jante,” and his leading role in Viljar Bøe’s Good Boy.
The British filmmaker on her history, her most coveted skill, and her Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning feature debut Scrapper.
The Korean American actor on representation, finding his way into the craft, and his directorial debut—Shortcomings.
The British filmmaker on life’s big chapters, casting with tarot cards, and bringing his narrative feature debut to South Korea.
The revered actor on his deep love for the craft, the rejuvenating power of career retrospectives, and eyeing a bright future ahead.
The ascendant filmmaker on his love of Korean cinema, working with Joaquin Phoenix, and that “dick monster” in Beau Is Afraid.
A curated stable of talent from Gotham’s film mecca, featuring Alicia Silverstone, Israel Adesanya, and Alex Wolff—in portraits.
The actress on finding a seat at the comedy table, Laura Terruso’s About My Father, and choosing life in a post-pandemic world.
The genderqueer star on their unapologetic self, connecting with audiences, and Jamie Sisley’s sublime feature debut Stay Awake.
Station 19’s fan-favorite firefighter opens the doors to his creative space—and into his sprawling creative headspace.
The British Asian actor on championing representation, life’s full-circle moments, and Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant.
The Best Actress César winner on the scripted and unscripted life, her relatability factor, and her top filmic influences.
The multifaceted creative on astrology, living presently, and his first foray into acting with Katie Holmes’ Rare Objects.
The Norwegian filmmaker on competitiveness, body horror, and the Cannes Un Certain Regard knockout Sick of Myself.
The freshly-minted Best Actress César winner is scraping the skies right now with career-best performances and accolades.
The actor on the psychology behind predation, his indomitable faith, and the Sundance stunner Palm Trees and Power Lines.
The actor opens his doors for this inaugural edition of a new on-going series: going homeward bound to Dripping Springs, Texas.
The English actor on claiming his queer identity, his new chapter in acting, and setting his sights on playing George Michael.
The Mayor of Kingstown actor on breaking into the industry, Taylor Sheridan, and the toughest moment of his career.
The actress on her free-thinking upbringing, playing Empress Elisabeth of Austria, and navigating the industry the way she wants it.
The actor on South Korea’s cultural explosion, working with Hirozaku Kore-eda, and his own future directing prospects.
The actress on becoming Whitney Houston, code-shifting, and Bong Joon-ho’s hotly anticipated sci-fi thriller Mickey 17.
The global superstar on Squid Game season two, his directorial debut, and his next leading role in Star Wars: The Acolyte.
The actor with the mega-watt charm on meaningful roles, the road to constant self-improvement, and his dream career blueprint.
The English actor on vulnerability, trust, and his leading role in this year’s Palme d’Or winner—Triangle of Sadness.
The actress and filmmaker on relating to characters, resilience, and introducing Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon to a post-Covid world.
The actor on Top Gun: Maverick’s staying power, the stalled Alpha Gang movie, and jolting the Fletch franchise back to life.
The English actor on fathers and fatherhood, Julie Christie’s indispensable career advice, and going full Texan for Monarch.
The rising actor on discovering his craft, doing away with career templates, and his leading role in Owen Kline’s Funny Pages.
The actor on unpacking a destructive personality, why he would be a “shit” real-life spy, and those speculations about the next 007.
The actor on his sensitivity and hyperawareness, superstitions, and looking past genre presumptions.
The actor on his long-standing athleticism, the roadmap to self-improvement, and joining the cast of Animal Kingdom.
The actor on trust, imposter syndrome, and the toast of Sundance—Sophie Hyde’s Good Luck to You, Leo Grande.
Cruising on Mulholland Drive—and in conversation about some of life’s inescapable subjects—with the star of In the Dark.
The actor on committing to roles, championing the work he’s truly proud of, and flexing his comedic chops in Dinner In America.
Baking at home—and stuffing our faces with sweet things!—with the star of Top Gun: Maverick and Mission Impossible 7.
The enigmatic artist, aka Mr. Roadhouse, lifts the veil on his choice vice, his current obsession, and his best recent purchase.
The actor on his worldly upbringing, connecting with Jim Carrey, and his return as Agent Stone in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.
The actor on his first-ever on-set experience, compartmentalizing family and Hollywood, and the “connective tissue” in art.
The chameleon on his Cannes Best Actor win, sussing out directors, and becoming desensitized to our world of violence.