Terry Crews wears a lot of hats. He has appeared in shoot-‘em-ups with Schwarzenegger and Stallone, served as the face (and muscles) of Old Spice, and currently stars on the hit show Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Here, he talks to Co.Create about the benefits of trying everything.
The Mountain Goats frontman--and published author--John Darnielle explains how he writes narratives, eschews outlining, and lets themes emerge by themselves, in the service of making rough-hewn but elegant rock songs.
Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett are part of a wave of independent filmmakers updating the look and feel of modern horror movies. Here, the creators of “V/H/S” and “You’re Next” discuss making a successful scary movie the lean way.
One of the funniest and most popular comedic voices on Twitter, Parks and Recreation writer Megan Amram knows her way around a one-liner. Here, she shares her tips for how to be funny in 140 characters or less.
When he's not hosting any number of TV shows, Chris Hardwick also runs The Nerdist empire and its flagship podcast. With a new Comedy Central show "@midnight" already a hit, Hardwick shares his tips for getting it all done.