Weird Al Yankovic has been putting out albums for longer than some of his fans have been alive. Now with a new book out, pop culture’s top parodist schools YouTube satirical songsmiths on how it’s done.
He’s made landmark albums for David Bowie, Duran Duran, Daft Punk, Diana Ross, and more. Here’s how he finds his place, even in a superstar’s galaxy.
Two pumpkin experts provide a (brief) glimpse into the world of elaborate pumpkin carving and tips for a real Halloween showpiece (hint: It helps to be an actual artist).
Krysten Ritter plays an irredeemable bitch in her ABC comedy Don’t Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, one of many wicked roles in her career. She talks to Co.Create about how to make a bitchy role not just multi-dimensional but likeable, as well.
A collaborative process enabled Pixomondo to complete the intensive VFX on the last season of Game of Thrones. The result won the studio an Emmy, but that doesn’t mean it was easy.
John Hodgman is a human compendium of facts. All of them, to be exact. The comedic author, actor, and "Daily Show" correspondent shares the secrets to obtaining total knowledge, and why you should never smoke e-cigarettes.
Writer/director Rian Johnson’s "Looper," which opens on September 28, is the latest in a long line of time travel movies. Here, Johnson talks to Co.Create about continuity, character, and making up the rules of time travel.
Before they started touring, putting out albums and working with HBO, Garfunkel & Oates paved the way for their musical-comedy career with YouTube videos that were seen by millions. It was not as easy is it looks.
Freelancers share their best practices for being their own boss, and why you should so totally just do it.
"Parks and Recreation" breakout character Ron Swanson is the widely beloved, heavily quoted backbone of the series, which returns September 20. Here, actor Nick Offerman talks to Co.Create about how the character was originally conceived and how he and the writers rubbed off on each other.