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Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian

“I’ll be pregnant by the time I’m 30…hopefully.” Kim Kardashian interview By E.C. Gladstone Many see Kim Kardashian as ...

Leading Men

Jon Cryer

Jon Cryer

“I’m at the perfect level of fame” JON CRYER By Eric Gladstone Lunching with Jon Cryer in a Los ...

Women on Top

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde

“I belong somewhere trapped in a castle in the 14th century, in the rain, churning butter…” Olivia ...

Directors

John Waters

John Waters

“I feel like Uncle Remus every time a kid comes up and says, ‘Tell ...

Power Players

Leo DiCaprio at 21

Leo DiCaprio at 21

"At first, I didn't see any reason why we should do it again." By: EC Gladstone September ...
John Waters

John Waters

“I feel like Uncle Remus every time a kid comes up and says, ‘Tell me about the time Divine ate dog shit.’” John Waters and Bob Shaye by Eric Gladstone March, 1997 Call it another glorious chapter in the saga of the American Dream. John Waters, once the most outrageous and marginalized of film directors now enjoys almost ‘living legend’ status. The Baltimore native who dared to make an obese transvestite
John Waters Pt. 2

John Waters Pt. 2

John Waters and Bob Shaye by Eric Gladstone Q: One of my favorite Sundance stories is once when I was walking up Main Street, a guy was posing over a pile of dog shit, and his girlfriend was taking a picture. Do you have any memories of Sundance years past? JW: I think the most bizarre was, the last time I was at the festival they gave me a car and somebody
John Waters Pt. 3

John Waters Pt. 3

John Waters and Bob Shaye by Eric Gladstone Q: Why did you cut it out? JW: I thought it was a little too weird, made them too violent. Also it was too long. That's one thing I learned with 'Pink Flamingos', the first cut of it was an hour too long. Not shortening things, whole subplots! [What's restored now] isn't even all the outtakes, there's a lot more. That's going to be
John Waters Pt 5

John Waters Pt 5

John Waters and Bob Shaye by Eric Gladstone Q: You sort of broke into the mainstream with Serial Mom? Has that affected your creativity since then? JW: Well, I definitely think the independents and the studio system are not as far apart as they used to be, you know what I mean? The executives are younger, a little hipper than they used to be. I remember in the old days when I
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