In an exclusive post-mortem interview with BuzzFeed News, Arrow executive producers open up about Colton Haynes’ exit from The CW drama and what it means for the show moving forward.
The world’s most iconic frog opens up about everything from his favorite emoji to One Direction.
Only in one city did media broadcast interviews with terrorists, as well as secret, and possibly dangerous, details of the sieges.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch apologized for “inadvertently” omitting to release some of the evidence collected after the shooting of Michael Brown. The newly released evidence includes a transcript of an interview with Dorian Johnson, a friend of Brown’s, who was with the 18-year-old when he died.
“You can’t look stupid if you’re having fun.”
We asked attendees of the American Music Awards to give us an impression of their favorite emoji, and here’s what happened.
“Do you support Islamic State?” MUST WATCH ABC interview.
The stand-up comedian and actor opens up about where Uncle Joey would be today, the tragic fate of Mr. Woodchuck, and the Alanis rumors.
OK, we didn’t learn that much about J.T.
Vinny DePonto is fresh off a very successful first run of his magic and mind reading show, “Charlatan.” He can also teach you a thing or two about lying.
Three decades after the release of her debut album She’s So Unusual, Cyndi reflects on the album that made her an icon.
Pretending to have my shit together is exhausting.
Now go back and thank your teachers.
Plus family photobombs with Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm, Bronies will not be reined in by anyone’s judgments, and SXSW fashion.
The late actor talked about his process and family.
A new Human Rights Watch video features rare interviews with former political prisoners who survived years of systematic abuse, torture, and starvation in the country’s notorious prisoner camps. A UN report detailing the regime’s atrocities also included a letter to Kim Jong-un saying he could face trial for “crimes against humanity.”
The No. 1 thing: The world would be a better place if Britney ruled it.
They weren’t just the greatest band of all time, they were also the greatest band ever when it came to saucy comebacks.
Taken from a Destiny’s Child interview in the late ’90s, the shade thrown was so fierce its effects are still felt today.
In this previously unheard interview, the iconic rapper opened up about everything from his distaste for the media to how he felt like the tragic hero in a Shakespeare play.
Back then, the late actor told the magazine’s “Now!” section that he was OK with playing jocks.
Most host-celebrity exchanges follow a pretty tight script. These did not.
Check out the five great moments from this 1990 interview, and also an unrecognizable Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
“I’m always in pain, too, and that really adds to the anger in our music…I’m kind of grateful for it.”
We know you’re “so blessed.” No need to rub it in.
“You’re only as much as you settle for.”
In a hilarious interview with Made Man, Mark-Paul Gosselaar gives us his take on what the gang would be up to in 2013.
Aw, come on, don’t make Morgan Freeman say “twerk.”