Dad's Army, Line Of Duty and Mrs Biggs star Daniel Mays voices his concern at the lack of opportunities for actors and warns the BBC is "being shut down".
Former Coronation Street actress Michelle Keegan talks about playing the monarch opposite Jack Whitehall in Comedy Central series Drunk Histories.
Elliot Gleave reveals that he is focussing on his acting career.
Viral comedian Luisa Omielan tells Loaded why her gigs are ideal for men to pull and how her thigh gap routine got 33 million YouTube views.
Dirty Grandpa star Mulroney talks to Loaded about playing De Niro's dad and how his role in Friends still gets brought up more than any other.
Anne-Marie, the Rudemental singer and pop music’s next in line, on why 2016 is set to be her year and what’s it been like to go on a sell-out world tour.
Already a star in Ireland, council estate kid Al Porter is set for the mainstream in the UK too. He tells Loaded why "I'm a pub act that got lucky."
Director Dan Mazer tells Loaded how even he couldn't believe acting legend Robert De Niro wanted a part in the filthy comedy.
In an epic interview, Suede's frontman discusses his fears for his son, dodgy knees, terrible videos, Sam Smith, cycling and why he won't write his memoirs.
Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo has spoken out about the importance of journalism in instigating change in society.
The actor admits the true heroes behind the Oscar-nominated film are the Boston Globe journalists it's based on.
He's currently in Kill Kane with Vinnie Jones, but Sean Cronin has played the baddie in some serious blockbusters from JK Rowling to Mission Impossible.
The flush actor sits down with Loaded to talk GOT, cars and acting alongside Christian Bale.
Anderson .Paak released Malibu last week. Here he talks to Loaded about the album, its predecessor Venice and working with Dr. Dre.
The Dandy Warhols share their memories of being the support band on David Bowie's final European tour in 2003.
Arcadia boss Pip Rush tells Loaded how he plans to take the most exciting thing on the festival circuit to the next level in 2016.
Pharrell, Justin Timberlake and Elton John already love Rationale. Loaded meets the soul singer who learned English from EastEnders.
Sketch from E4’s Tattoo Fixers offers advice on getting a tattoo, dealing with tattoo pain and tells why he’ll never get anything fixed himself.
The US actress admits she perfected her British accent while living above a chip shop in Kent.
How Dr.Dre handpicked Julliard graduate Corey Hawkins to play him in Straight Outta Compton
Band tell Loaded about their triumphant return, their anger at former bassist Peter Hook and the prospect of a band Secret Santa.
A classic Loaded interview with actress Kathy Burke, fresh from a win at Cannes and loving life.
They say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, and new Amazon series The Man in the High Castle launched in a blaze of not altogether glory.
The Ted actress is on a mission to expose unrealistic beauty images after she (almost) stripped for Hugh Hefner’s iconic magazine.
Why the man famed for being the first man to star on the cover of Loaded fears showbiz back-stabbers more than any of his film psychopaths.
Rod Stewart reflects on wine, women and saying no to anything harder. And bemoans the loss of his football-playing heyday.
‘My wife’s always away working,’ says Hollywood’s elder statesman as he admits his wife’s career takes precedence in their marriage.
Former Bond girl Olga Kurylenko doesn't want to play James Bond. But she says she’d love to start a new Jessica Bond franchise for 007.
Generation Y’s Kate Moss declares she would jump in front of a car to protect friends and lovers, and insists her beauty is a sham.
Strap in for a roasting from Gordon Ramsay if he spots you mistreating females, especially at restaurants.