May 20, 2015 Web Exclusive

My Firsts is our email interview series where we ask musicians to tell us about their first life experiences, be it early childhood ones (first word, first concert, etc.) or their first tastes of being a musician (first band, first tour, etc.). More

May 18, 2015 Web Exclusive

Nearly three years ago, prolific writer and DC Comics Chief Creative Officer, Geoff Johns, and his frequent collaborator, artist Gary Frank, made a splash with their fantastic reimagining of Batman, Batman: Earth One. The first volume of the on-going graphic novel series witnessed a young, relatively inexperienced Batman whose driving mission was to find—and punish—his parents' killers.  More

May 16, 2015 Web Exclusive

Ted Chaough was Don Draper’s equivalent at Cutler, Gleason, and Chaough, serving as the agency’s head of Creative. We spoke with Kevin Rahm about playing him for the show's last four seasons. More

May 15, 2015 Web Exclusive

Stan Rizzo was hired by Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce as their new art director during Mad Men’s fourth season. We spoke to Jay R. Ferguson about bringing the agency's resident hippie to life. More

May 14, 2015 Web Exclusive

Sylvia Rosen was the wife of Dr. Arnold Rosen—and Don and Megan Draper’s downstairs neighbor. We spoke with actress Linda Cardellini (Freaks and Geeks, Bloodline) about her Mad Men role. More

May 13, 2015 Web Exclusive

Lane Pryce relocates from London to New York following Sterling Cooper’s merger with Puttnam, Powell, and Lowe at the top of Mad Men’s third season. Lane was installed as the British firm’s physical presence within their American counterpart, and was tasked with lowering the company’s overhead costs—which, naturally, put him at odds with the show’s lead characters, including Don Draper. We spoke to actor Jared Harris about Lane Pryce and his time on Mad Men. More

May 12, 2015 Web Exclusive

Henry Francis was introduced to Don and Betty Draper during at a Kentucky Derby party hosted by Roger Sterling in Mad Men’s third season. We spoke to actor Christopher Stanley about the role he’s played for the past six years. More

May 08, 2015 Web Exclusive

Dolph Lundgren began his acting career with a small role in the 1985 James Bond movie, A View To A Kill. Standing at a muscular 6’5”, Lundgren was a formidable on-screen presence. His second film would be his breakthrough: Lundgren was cast as Ivan Drago, the imposing Soviet fighter who exchanges blows with Sylvester Stallone in Rocky IV.The rookie actor’s career exploded. He became an action film staple and an icon of the genre, with starring roles in films such as Universal Soldier, Masters of the Universe, andThe Expendables. Since the turn of the century, Lundgren has found work behind the camera, as well. Lundgren is not only the star of his latest film, Skin Trade, but writer and producer. We chatted with him about his new movie and his personal efforts to help fight human trafficking. More

May 08, 2015 Web Exclusive

“This is the most human story that I’ve ever done, and it’s the most human character that I’ve ever played,” says Hollywood action icon Arnold Schwarzenegger. “I also think it’s the most human zombie movie that’s ever been done.” More