From his biggest pet peeves to the sweetest thing he’s done for love.
The Homeland alum relied on two decades of invaluable Hollywood lessons to tackle lead roles in a pair of new television projects, BBC Two’s period drama Wolf Hall and Showtime’s high-finance pilot Billions.
Tips and tricks to getting ‘er done, 2015 style.
The star of Off The Map with Shannen and Holly takes our Q&A!
We asked hipsters in Brooklyn to give us their New Year’s resolution. Williamsburg: Keeping it weird.
I asked people in Times Square if they want to go to the red planet, even if it means they’ll die there. This is what they said.
The band stopped by BuzzFeed to play some music and teach us a thing or two about themselves.
The Hobbit and Sherlock star talked to BuzzFeed News about why he gave the middle finger so many times backstage and why he reckons that he won’t do a bigger film.
Pamela Paul conducts one of her famous “By the Book” interviews… on herself.
The Getting On actress takes our Q&A!
“You called me deporter-in-chief,” the president said before he was cut off by Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos.
In an email conversation before the meeting, the actor claimed he was raped while taking part in an art project.
Job interview? More like interrogation.
After being thrust into the spotlight thanks to reality TV and tabloid journalism, the 33-year-old entrepreneur took her career into her own hands. Here’s how Richie crafted a brand of which she could be proud.
“Love your child because that person is your child whether it’s the person you wanted him or her to be or not,” said Republican Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen in a CBS special with her transgender son.
Whoa man, these kids are trippy.
And by enlightening I mean confusing and insane.
Poor Liam Hemsworth, just trying to answer a question.
Former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill spoke to Fox News about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden.
Ever wonder where your favorite slang words came from? Spoiler alert: black people.
You’ll definitely feel better about your own interview after reading about these.
“Tom Elliot, do you even journalism?”
She clearly does all her own stunts.
Detroit’s spry indie pop tag-team on their love of Boyz II Men, farting on the tour bus, and the integrity of extraterrestrials.
“It’s all about the grab and go!”
We asked The Mindy Project’s resident bro what “bro lingo” means to him.
“Don’t thank me, I’ve done nothing for you.”
“What’s your biggest weakness?” Definitely interviews.
An in-depth look at a skin-deep phrase. Or well… North Face deep.