"I'd love to see an X-Men movie that's rated R," the Deadpool star said during a BuzzFeed Brews event.
"You want film to ... reflect life," the Deadpool star said at BuzzFeed Brews.
"I’m the youngest of four boys, so it’s not the first time I’ve fought another man naked in a burning building," Reynolds said at BuzzFeed Brews.
"I called a girl in high school a nickname I forgot you weren't supposed to call her. It was peanut-head." -Seth Rogen
She's actually just really cool and good at her job.
Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn, says the professional social network may send users fewer emails in the future.
Jeff Weiner talks about the social network's decision to censor politically sensitive content.
BuzzFeed News Announces First International BuzzFeed Brews; Will Interview Prime Minister Cameron Live From London
Deputy U.K. Editor Jim Waterson will interview the prime minister.
The stars of Sony's upcoming film pulled out of all planned media appearances, including a live BuzzFeed Brews event, on Tuesday. UPDATE: The studio also told movie exhibitors it would not object if they pulled the film from theaters.
UPDATE: This event was canceled when Franco and Rogen pulled out of all planned media appearances after the group claiming responsibility for the Sony hack threatened to attack theaters showing The Interview.
The Voice co-hosts reveal significantly different views on how artists should be compensated.
For the latest installment of BuzzFeed Brews, streamed on Facebook, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Pharrell Williams take time away from their spinning red chairs to join us to talk all things The Voice.
For the latest installment of BuzzFeed Brews, streamed on Facebook Live, Ellen Pompeo, Kerry Washington, and Viola Davis talk all things Shonda.
Of being a Time Warner Cable subscriber, Seth Meyers said, "It's not great, I don't love it." His comments came during an interview with BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti as part of BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning.
The Star-Lord himself decides the fate of these superhero celebrities.
During a BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning interview, Alexis Ohanian gave advice to troubled executives from Snapchat and Tinder.
The internet activist Alexis Ohanian tells BuzzFeed that despite its problems gaining public attention, net neutrality is a vital cause.
BuzzFeed and CBS This Morning bring you an interview with FWD Charlie Warzel and reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian, live 6:30 - 7:15 p.m. ET.
For the latest installment of BuzzFeed Brews, the former Harry Potter star joins us LIVE from 4:30-5:15 p.m. ET.
For two men who spend every day together, the results were surprising... and priceless.
BuzzFeed sits down with Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart, LIVE from 5–5:45 p.m. ET. Consider it our love letter to the internet.
The comedian also called one of the hedge fund and retail world's biggest battles "fascinating." There's no sale big enough.
"Why would I put a show on a big heavy rectangle in your house when I could put it in your pocket?" he said of his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee during a BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning interview.
BuzzFeed and CBS This Morning bring you an interview with Business Editor Peter Lauria and Jerry Seinfeld, live 6:30 - 7:15p ET.
"We're in the business of creating addicts," he said. Richard Plepler joined BuzzFeed Business editor Peter Lauria for a BuzzFeed Brews session in New York.
BuzzFeed and CBS This Morning bring you an interview with Business Editor Peter Lauria and HBO CEO Richard Plepler, live 6:30 - 7:15p ET.
"Very nun-like in his attitudes," the House Democratic leader said Tuesday night at a BuzzFeed Brews event.
It was the first song she learned outside of church.
"This is the only subject [Republicans] want to talk about. We want to talk about plenty else."
DC Bureau Chief John Stanton Interviews House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi
The president uses an iPad to feed his "voracious" reading habit, former top advisers say. But he reads the New York Times in print.
The chopper that crashed in Pakistan and the coming dawn changed the calculus for the White House, former top national security spokesperson Tommy Vietor tells BuzzFeed Brews.
In a BuzzFeed Brews interview, the mayoral candidate knocks The New York Times, makes fun of BuzzFeed, and pledges victory.
He also acknowledges his scandals haven't helped her professionally. "I feel that what I have done has hurt her," says Weiner.
"You can do this or show videos of cats, whatever it is you do at BuzzFeed," Weiner said Monday in response to a question about his relationship with his former roommate Daily Show host Jon Stewart.
"They write stories about the color of my pants," Weiner said Monday. Weiner added that not caring about The New York Times "makes them nuts."
"I said to Mike Bloomberg: The first thing I was gonna do as mayor was hold a press conference tearing out your — this is the internet, right? — tearing out your fucking bike lanes," Weiner said. "It was a joke," he added.
The embattled former congressman and mayoral hopeful said the controversial stop-and-frisk policy — which was ruled unconstitutional today — "does appear to be racial in nature" based upon the race of the people stopped.
BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith sits down with the New York City mayoral candidate. Live from New York on Aug. 12, 2013.
The Missouri Senator said her once-rocky relationship with the Clintons is on the mend. She's ready for Hillary.
BuzzFeed sits down with the Democratic senator from Missouri. Live from D.C. on July 23, 2013.
"I wouldn't say that possibility doesn't exist," says Castro. But calls on Republicans to support it.
"Sometimes with the spotlight constantly on it as an issue can make it tougher," says Rep. Castro.
BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith moderates two conversations on the politics of immigration.
At BuzzFeed Brews in DC, Portman answers a burning question.
At BuzzFeed Brews in DC, the Ohio Republican sings Newman's song about the day the Cuyahoga River caught fire.
BuzzFeed sits down with the Republican senator from Ohio. Live from D.C. on May 6, 2013.
"The bottom line is, if we had 51 percent of women in Congress, we would have never spent the last two years debating access to birth control," Gillibrand says.
It hasn't happened yet. "I've been calling every month," Gillibrand says.
BuzzFeed sits down with the Democratic senator from New York.
Policy and sensibility from Marco Rubio.
"You only get that big plane at the end." "Long and gruesome."
The debate could jeopardize larger immigration reform package, Rubio says.
BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith has a few beers with the Senator from Florida.