In the final issue of Interview’s 50th year, we’re featuring one of the youngest cover stars in our history. Finn Wolfhard rose to fame on Netflix’s hit show Stranger Things, is arguably Hollywood’s busiest teenager. But, ahead of the release of his supernatural thriller The Turning, the 16-year-old Canadian actor found time to connect with his hometown hero and fellow Vancouverite Ryan Reynolds, for a family-friendly conversation about the ups and downs of the industry, the advantages of being a Canadian in Hollywood, and the subtle art of not taking art too seriously.
Elsewhere, living legend Sir Anthony Hopkins sits down with fellow living legend Brad Pitt for an extraordinarily candid conversation about movies, mortality, and embracing one’s mistakes.
Ahead of her highly anticipated album Miss_Anthropocene, the musician Grimes has so much on her mind that it took two of her friends to help her unpack it all. The enigmatic pop star spoke to both Lana Del Rey and Brit Marling about art and artificial intelligence.
The social media phenom Rickey Thompson tells the actor and activist Jameela Jamil how he became the most positive person on the internet, while the trailblazing designer Telfar Clemens spoke to the fashion legend Stefano Pilati about the new luxury.
Meanwhile, gay rights icon Larry Kramer, a.k.a. The Angriest Gay Man Alive, tells his friend Ellen Barkin why his fight is far from over. And don’t get us started on the Cock Destroyers. All that, and so much more.