Topic: Interviews

Tom Felton Was More Involved With Kim K’s Draco Malfoy Hair Than You Realized

Tom Felton Was More Involved With Kim Kâs Draco Malfoy Hair Than You Realized

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As MAJOR Potterheads, we basically freaked the eff out when we recently got the chance to chat with Draco Malfoy himself, Tom Felton. And while Tom played a total jerk in Harry Potter for over 10 years, we’re happy to tell you that Tom is one of the sweetest, most down-to-earth guys we’ve ever encountered. Like, you guys — we’re OB-SESSED with him! More »

John Galliano Continues To Apologize, Elicit Sympathy, In First Televised Interview Since Racial Incident

John Galliano Continues To Apologize, Elicit Sympathy, In First Televised Interview Since Racial Incident

A little over a week ago, John Galliano broke his silence following two years of rehab and self-examination with a pathos-laden interview in Vanity Fair. For many, it drove home just how much he has suffered and how hard he’s worked to make amends, as well as what a terrible state he was in at the time. But he didn’t stop there. Last night, Galliano appeared on Charlie Rose to discuss some of those same issues in his first video interview since his racial outburst. More »

Adorable Biracial 6-Year-Old In Needlessly Controversial Cheerios Ad Gives Amazing Interview

Adorable Biracial 6-Year-Old In Needlessly Controversial Cheerios Ad Gives Amazing Interview

Remember that adorable little girl in the Cheerios ad that garnered a bunch of negative attention for featuring a biracial family? Well, that adorable kid is a real kid! And unlike many of the peculiar, robotic interviews child actors often give, the one she had Tuesday morning with MSNBC is so genuinely sweet, it is as heartwarming and “awwww”-inducing as seeing five puppies cuddle with a giant teddybear wearing a bow tie. More »

Julianne Moore Gracefully Calls Out Sexism In The Media

Julianne Moore Gracefully Calls Out Sexism In The Media

I’ve always admired Julianne Moore. She always sounds thoughtful, she’s a great actress, and she has an awesome side career as a children’s book author. She’s also not afraid to talk about feminism. Hence, I was not too surprised when I saw a quote from her latest magazine profile where she thoughtfully discusses the different ways interviewers approach male and female subjects. More »