Steve Buscemi has seen it all. He was hit by a car and a bus as a kid, was once stabbed in a bar fight, volunteered as a firefighter during 9/11 and somewhere along the way became one of the most accomplished film actors of his generation. And then tragedy struck: In 2019, Buscemi lost his wife of over 30 years. In a rare interview, Hollywood's most beloved misfit opens up about anxiety, loss and the hard work of getting through it all.
Nobody in Hollywood is more suited to thriving during lockdown than Robert Pattinson, the once reluctant movie star who's stepping back into the spotlight with a new Christopher Nolan blockbuster and then "The Batman." That is, if he can find his phone. Or turn on his computer. Or keep from burning down his kitchen.