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​James Franco: Inside the Making of 'The Disaster Artist'

It’s virtually impossible to exaggerate when describing Tommy Wiseau. His dyed black hair evokes a costume pirate wig and his eyes are almost always wrapped in enormous, out-dated sunglasses. For an interview at the Toronto International Film Festival, Wiseau swoops in with the swagger a Johnny Depp impersonator, complete with flowing silk shirt and his

The Making of Jewelz with O.C.

Words by Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus) 1997 was a crazy year for New York rap music. In many ways, the scene was thriving, with Jay-Z and Nas on the brink superstardom, and the Wu-Tang Clan making international noise. But the biggest artist them all—Biggie Smalls—was murdered in March, two weeks before his sophomore double album was

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