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Tears and Therapy With ‘Squid Game’ Star Jung Ho-yeon, Sandra Oh and THR’s Drama Actress Roundtable

Rosario Dawson, Lily James, Christina Ricci and Emmy Rossum also share career strategies and sanity techniques while bonding over transformations, battles and collective anxiety.

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick on Life in New York and Sharing Top Billing: “We’ve Never Spent This Much Time Together”

The married (and famously private) co-stars of the Broadway hit 'Plaza Suite' sit down for a rare joint interview about their respective work — including HBO’s 'And Just Like That' and Netflix’s upcoming series 'Painkiller' — their 30-year relationship and their lifelong commitment to Manhattan.

The Paradox of Lea Seydoux

The unofficial queen of Cannes on David Cronenberg’s twisted ‘Crimes of the Future’ (her 17th premiere at the fest), the terror and joy of working with auteurs while starring in top-grossing flicks, and the unreal expectations Hollywood puts on actresses: “You have to be desirable all the time.”

Michelle Pfeiffer Is Definitely Done Second-Guessing Herself (Probably!)

The 'First Lady' actress on moving beyond the self-doubt that has come with being one of the most effortlessly cool stars of our time: "I jump in feet first and then I realize what I’ve gotten myself into."

Power Stylists 2022: Behind the Scenes With Michael B. Jordan, Selena Gomez, Kristen Stewart, Mary J. Blige and Their Image Makers

The top tastemakers who also dress Adele and Simu Liu reveal their style secrets, from fittings to, yes, those Oscars. Plus, Law Roach makes Stylist of the Year again!

Bill Hader Created a Killer to Cope

How the 'Barry' star went from anxiety-prone 'SNL' breakout ("full-blown panic attacks, crying, the whole thing") to HBO’s in-control assassin auteur.

Michelle Yeoh Finally Loses Her Cool: “What Have I Got to Lose?”

The ballerina who became a beauty queen who became a Hong Kong martial arts star lets loose onscreen and gets the Hollywood top billing she’s long deserved in the madcap metaphysical romp 'Everything Everywhere All at Once.'

Amy Schumer Broke Into a Boys’ Club. Now She Wants to Blow It Up.

America’s funniest feminist firebrand — back with the personal new show 'Life & Beth' and a high-profile gig hosting the Oscars — is on a mission to banish the creeps of comedy: "I don't think that those guys should be allowed to come back."

Paul Dano on His Terrifying Batman Villain and Why He’s No Longer Scared of Going Hollywood

The actor — who has managed to work with the biggest names in the industry while maintaining a blissful obscurity — reveals grander ambitions, the high stakes of playing Steven Spielberg’s dad and why the Riddler probably plays Wordle.

How HBO’s Lakers Series Ticked Off the NBA, Ended a Friendship and Became the Most Anticipated Sports Show in Decades

'Winning Time' producer Adam McKay and his cast and crew reveal the big offscreen plays and occasional fouls behind the show they were told was impossible to pull off: "We can't do this with a subpar Magic Johnson."

THR’s Blackfamous Roundtable: Revered and Underrecognized at the Same Time — The Duality of Fame in Black Hollywood

Loretta Devine, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Larenz Tate and Lynn Whitfield open up about the power and privilege of being legends among Black fans and how the new Hollywood landscape is making entertainment both less segmented and less intimate: "I want the whole world."

Rita Moreno, Ariana DeBose and Rachel Zegler Tell Their Side of ‘West Side Story’

The three women emerge as the heart and soul of Steven Spielberg's adaptation, drawing awards heat even as the film stirs debate about Latino representation and the future of the musical: "We're not going anywhere. We're here now."