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“TimesTalks: Jared Leto.” The New York Times video. 8.14.14.
“D-Town Brass & Durham Cinematheque Present Voyage à Travers L’Impossible.” Program notes. 8.14.
“Casting Time as a Lead Character: Richard Linklater and Ethan Hawke on ‘Boyhood.’” The New York Times. 7.6.14.
“Dave Franco’s Raunchy Lowbrow Breakout.” Rolling Stone. 7.2.14.
“Escape with Irina Shayk.” Maxim cover story. 7.14.
“Dave Chappelle Reminds Us Why We Missed Him.” Esquire.com. 6.19.14.
“Dave Chappelle’s Rise From Rick James to Radio City: A Timeline.” RollingStone.com. 6.17.14.
“Kate Hudson Opens Up.” InStyle cover story. 7.14.
“How to Know if He’s Bullshitting You.” Cosmopolitan. 7.14.
“What the Hell Happened to Dating?” Glamour. 7.14.
“Fire in the Belly: When a Lead Actress Has a Baby Onboard, Hollywood Gets Creative.” Los Angeles. 6.14.
“Ask Logan.” Weekly columns. Cosmopolitan.com. 6.14.
“A Country Boy Takes His City Kid Out West.” MadeMan.com. 5.29.14.
Mad Men Watch: Welcome Back; We Missed You.” nytimes.com. 5.19.14.
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“100 Most Creative People in Business 2014: Grace Helbig.” Fast Company. 6.14.
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“Singing an Ode to the Naked City.” The New York Times. 5.2.14.
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“Building a Bigger Action Hero.” Men’s Journal. 5.14.
“Spilling Blood as if They Were Kids.” The New York Times. 4.18.14.
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“Scarlett Johansson 2.0.” Glamour cover story. 5.14.
“In a Squall of Mayhem, Lines Not Crossed.” The New York Times. 3.21.14.
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Community‘s Dan Harmon Takes No Prisoners.” RollingStone.com. 3.10.14.
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Talking Pictures on Demand. NY1. 2.15.14.
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“How Gareth Evans’s The Raid 2 Redefines Action Cinema.” RollingStone.com. 1.23.14.
“7 Things We Learned From the Mitt Romney Sundance Doc.” RollingStone.com. 1.21.14.
“The Extraordinary Life of Aaron Swartz: The Internet’s Own Boy.” RollingStone.com. 1.21.14.
“Sundance 2014′s Opening Weekend: Our By the Numbers Report.” RollingStone.com. 1.20.14.
“Joseph Gordon-Levitt Launches HitRecord on TV at Sundance.” RollingStone.com. 1.18.14.
“Meet Sundance Breakout Star Miles Teller.” RollingStone.com. 1.17.14.
“How Nick Cave Lost His V-Card and More From Rocker’s Sundance Doc.” RollingStone.com. 1.16.14.
“19 Burning Questions for Sundance 2014.” RollingStone.com. 1.15.14.
“How ‘Sherlock’ Made Holmes Sexy Again.” Rolling Stone. 1.30.14.
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“10 Directors to Watch: Gren Wells Paves ‘Road’ With Four-Letter Words.” Variety. 12.17.13.
“The Best Gifts for Girls (That Aren’t That Girly).” Esquire.com. 12.4.13.
“Holiday Gifts: 21 Books for People Who Don’t Read.” Esquire.com. 11.26.13.
“Spike Lee, Still Gliding to Success.” The New York Times. 11.24.13.
“Dern Has a Story for You.” The New York Times. 11.7.13.
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“A Prankster and His Films Mature.” The New York Times. 11.1.13.
“Star Turns Amid a Winter Flurry.” The New York Times. 11.1.13.
“A Long Time Ago, in a Universe More Analog.” The New York Times. 10.28.13.
“Women in Hollywood: Reese Witherspoon.” Elle cover story. 11.13.
“Women in Hollywood: Marion Cotillard.” Elle. 11.13.
“Women in Hollywood: Nancy Meyers.” Elle. 11.13.
“’12 Years a Slave’ Paints Vivid Portrait of Antebellum South.” Rolling Stone. 10.24.13.
“The Eternal Sunshine of Charlie Day.” Rolling Stone. 10.24.13.
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“So, It’s Your Father, or Me. Decide. The Director of ‘A.C.O.D.’ and His Family Discuss Divorce.’” The New York Times. 9.27.13.
“What Hooked Us on ‘Breaking Bad’: Walt is the drug, but Jesse is the pusher.’” Esquire.com. 9.26.13.
“Stepping Into the Void: The Magic of ‘Gravity.’” Rolling Stone. 9.25.13.
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“Idris Elba,” Rolling Stone. 9.6.13.
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“This Band’s Already Supersized: Morgan Spurlock Follows One Direction.” The New York Times. 8.23.13.
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“Talking Mad Men,” weekly chats with Sloane Crosley. NYTimes.com.
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“Watch Out, It’s Zooey!” Glamour cover story. 2.13.
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“Secrets of Zero Dark Thirty.” Rolling Stone. 1.17.13.
“10 Directors to Watch: John Krokidas.” Variety. 1.17.13.
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“Memorable Men: Daniel Day-Lewis.” The New York Times Magazine. 12.5.12.
“Defending The Paperboy.” The New York Times Magazine. 12.5.12.
“Annie: A Culture Warrior Rides Again.” Bloomberg Businessweek. 11.29.12.
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“The Workday After Tomorrow.” Bloomberg Businessweek. 11.8.12.
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