Interviews

CILLIAN MURPHY: ‘I’m really not a tough fucker’

TIPPI HEDREN: Interviewed by her granddaughter, Dakota Johnson

NJIDEKA AKUNYILI CROSBY: Intricate Lives

MICHAEL MADSEN: The last cowboy in Hollywood

JAMES CORDEN: Coming to America

MICHAEL CONNELLY: Harry Bosch’s Los Angeles

BRET EASTON ELLIS: ‘Who wants to get a rise out of people? I don’t.’

SAM TAYLOR-JOHNSON: Why making 50 Shades was ‘Machiavellian’

KELLY OSBOURNE: ‘Losing Joan was like losing my second mum’

BOB BALABAN: Hollywood’s best-connected man?

ROY CHOI: Founder of the food truck movement

TIG NOTARO: Hello. I have cancer. How are you?

DAVID LYNCH: Why he may never make another movie

JOHN MAYER: Big mouth strikes again

MOBY: At home with Richard Melville Hall

STEVE ANGELLO: The Swedish House Mafioso likes expensive things

CAITLIN DOUGHTY: Alt-mortician

PAUL HEATON: Cycling in the Beautiful South

RIDLEY SCOTT: I’m CEO, Bitch

MARINA LITVINENKO: The spy’s widow

BILL NIGHY: Suits you, sir

RUSSELL NORMAN: Big money in small plates

JONATHAN KING: “An interview with me would be fascinating”

CHUKA UMUNNA: Britain’s first black Prime Minister?

IDRIS ELBA: “I’m so hot right now…”

DONNIE ANDREWS: The real Omar

DANNY BOYLE: The Oscars are calling for the maverick director

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