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.
The multihyphenate on role models, the polarities of life, and her rousing portrayal of human strength in Alice.
The English actor on getting into character in quarantine, his career-defining roles, and playing the narcissist in Pieces of Her.
The Oscar winner on empathy, the intersection between acting and activism, and the anti-bullying morality tale—Butter.
The Scottish actor on his chameleonic process, the matter of trusting directors, and becoming Alan McGee in Creation Stories.
The star of Outer Banks on the importance of taking leaps of faith, coming into fame, and his secretive role in Uncharted.
The filmmaking duo on whimsy, their hallucinogenic gem Strawberry Mansion, and the forthcoming closing chapter to their trilogy.
The British singer-songwriter on facing up to personal demons, music’s life-saving properties, and his debut album Alive In America.
Scream’s legacy cast member on the franchise’s next chapter, choosing kindness and the plot twists of his very own existence.
The actor on collapsing his creative endeavors into a cohesive whole, returning to cinemas and his most personal project to date.
The Canadian actor takes a trip down memory lane and comes full circle—from film school to Lauren Hadaway’s The Novice.
The West Side Story actor on his lifelong commitment to performance, Steven Spielberg and joining the cast of Animal Kingdom.
The Brazilian actor on healing the world with art, nurturing togetherness, and his daring portrayal of desperation in 7 Prisoners.
The duo behind The Beta Test on cancel culture, the greatness of Brendan Fraser, and championing DIY filmmaking.
The Scottish actor on entering Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead universe, building an action hero, and living out his childhood fantasy.
The star of Coming Home in the Dark on challenging material, the casting process, and shaping one of the year’s best performances.
The star of Mosquito State on his great discipline, the pervasive insecurity among actors, and finding freedom in his craft.
The prolific comic book artist-turned-visionary filmmaker on cryptids, originality, and limitations versus intentionality.
The screen legend on becoming a leading man (again), living a life of fortuitous moments, and the legacy he will leave behind.
The English actor on unlocking his on-screen personas, the vocal aesthetics of geographical landscapes, and the allure of adaptations.
The Forever Purge scene-stealer on his favorite neighborhood haunt, his best recent purchase, and his current Netflix obsession.
The actor on his first-ever movie memory, the handcuffing challenges of grassroots filmmaking, and “the big bad” of ecoterrorism.
The actress on the unsung hero of our lives, motherhood, and one of the most difficult experiences of her moviemaking career.
The actor on things better left on a screenplay’s margins, vampire lore, and his immersive experience playing a “flesh golem.”
The actor on Tetrising an all-star ensemble, the art of writing, and the genesis of his involvement on The Birthday Cake.
The actor on his initial reluctance, bold commitment, and final embrace of portraying one of America’s most notorious serial killers.
The non-binary actor on committing to the unknown, the next hill to climb in storytelling, and the thing they’re most afraid of.
The actor on immersive filmmaking, playing the goodies versus the baddies, and one of the year’s great performances.
The singer-songwriter on finding his way back to music, the details behind his new album, and forging ahead with gratitude.
The actor on assuming leadership roles on set, Star Trek, and charting a character that’s on the psychopath spectrum.
The crooner unveils his “Go Lightly” music video, with long-time friend and actor Christopher Abbott making his directorial debut.
The actor on finding a clarity through fatherhood, his love of jjimjilbangs, and exploring the transcendental method on Debris.