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Ruff Riders
As that old acting adage goes, you should never work with animals or children. But This Is Us’ MILO VENTIMIGLIA does just that in The Art of Racing in the Rain (Aug. 9).
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Welcome Home, Superfans
WAY BACK IN 1990, I FELL IN LOVE. I was the kind of kid who thought R.E.M. were only cool when their lyrics were unintelligible, memorized Young Frankenstein dialogue, and knew every member of the Legion of Super-Heroes, from Matter-Eater Lad to Tyro
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The Good Place
Even eternity can’t last forever: The Good Place will ascend to the afterlife following the upcoming fourth and final season. TV’s most ethical comedy will unveil a new version of the “can-humans-evolve?” experiment, which hell-scape architect Michae
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Kitchen Confidential
The stars of THE KITCHEN—Tiffany Haddish, Melissa McCarthy, and Elisabeth Moss—dish on sex scenes, stop-sign etiquette, and the gospel according to P. Diddy.
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History Maker
In his new novel, The Nickel Boys, COLSON WHITEHEAD illuminates the past to expose horrors of the present.
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From Royal to Racy
THE FAST & FURIOUS PRESENTS: HOBBS & SHAW STAR SWITCHES UP HER LOOKS, BUT HER GLAMOUR IS TIMELESS.
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DAMES, DEATH & DANGER
Fame is always seductive, but its dark side can lead to murder. EW looks back at the most shocking crimes and seamy scandals of Hollywood's misspent youth.
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BJ the Chicago Kid
ALBUM 1123 LABEL + GENRE Motown R&B ARTISTS WHO TASK THEMSELVES with saving a genre rarely do. BJ the Chicago Kid hasn’t purported to be R&B’s savior, but he’s been tagged by fans as a revivalist, thanks to his religious background and his traditi
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Luce
STARRING Kelvin Harrison Jr., Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer DIRECTED BY Julius Onah RATING + TIME R 1 hr., 49 mins. LUCE EDGAR IS THE IDEAL STUDENT in every way: handsome and popular, class valedictorian, star of the track and debate teams; even
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Reclaiming Sharon Tate
ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD SHOWS AUDIENCES THAT THE ACTRESS WASN’T JUST A MURDER VICTIM. AT THE TIME OF HER DEATH IN 1969, at the age of 26, Sharon Tate was a rising star in Hollywood. The actress’ credits included 1967’s Valley of the Dolls—for
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Bask In The GLOW
GLOW PREMIERES Aug. 9 NETWORK Netflix TIME Streaming → The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are back for round three—and this time they’re in Vegas! Here EW critic DARREN FRANICH dissects why Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin’s Netflix comedy packs suc
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Snowpiercer
If you’re on board for a show that mixes near-future thrills with 2019 sociopolitical issues, this new series from Orphan Black co-creator Graeme Manson is for you. Set more than seven years after an attempt to reverse global warming accidentally fro
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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
DIRECTOR MARIELLE HELLER EXPLAINS HOW SHE PAINSTAKINGLY RE-CREATED FRED ROGERS’ WORLD IN HER STORY OF A CYNICAL JOURNALIST (MATTHEW RHYS) WHO SOFTENS AS HE WRITES AN ARTICLE ON THE ICONIC HOST (TOM HANKS).
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It Chapter Two
My, how you’ve all grown! Director Andy Muschietti’s horror sequel is set 27 years after the young heroes of 2017’s IT bested (temporarily, at least) Bill Skarsgård’s otherworldly homicidal clown Pennywise in their hometown of Derry. The Losers’ Club
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Anna Paquin The Affair
THE SEASON 4 FINALE SAW COLE (Joshua Jackson) and his young daughter, Joanie, driving off into the sunset. When Joanie reappears in season 5, she’s about 20 years older and played by True Blood’s Anna Paquin. Ahead of the premiere (Aug. 25 at 9 p.m.)
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The WITCHER
At first, The Witcher’s showrunner actually turned down Henry Cavill. The former Superman was a longtime fan of The Witcher books and videogames. The chiseled megawatt movie star already looks like a mythic fantasy hero, but when you’re casting Geral
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Westworld
Westworld is getting a major upgrade for season 3. The sci-fi HBO drama takes place in several new locations (such as a near-future Los Angeles), with some new major cast members (like Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul). And the ultra-twisty show makes its m
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LIFE on MARS
Five years after the Veronica Mars movie, the cult-favorite series returns for new episodes on Hulu.
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Rick Rolling Along
After a dramatic and lengthy hiatus, co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland preview what to expect from season 4 of their hit Adult Swim comedy, RICK AND MORTY (premiering in November).
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Strong Suits
With the flagship series entering its final season, the teams behind the shows in the ARROWVERSE look back at their origin story and preview their “Crisis”-filled year ahead.
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Laura Lippman
The award-winning crime novelist behind the new noir Lady in the Lake talks the books—and family sitcoms—that influence her most.
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Blinded By The Light
STARRING Viveik Kalra, Kulvinder Ghir, Hayley Atwell DIRECTED BY Gurinder Chadha RATING + TIME PG-13 1 hr., 54 mins. LOVE, FAITH, SPRINGSTEEN: THAT and a Sony Walkman are pretty much all it takes to surrender to Blinded by the Light, a Technico
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Dear White People
DATE Premieres Aug. 2 NETWORK + TI ME Netflix, Streaming DEAR WHITE PEOPLE CAPTURES the boundless mood of college life better than any TV series I’ve ever seen. To be clear, this witty satire pinpoints a hyperspecific bubble in a bubble, living wit
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The Terror: Infamy
DATE Premieres Aug. 12 NETWORK + TIME AMC 9 PM DON’T EVER LET ANYONE TELL YOU about the good ol’ days. On The Terror: Infamy, it’s the early 1940s, and Chester (Derek Mio) is living the nightmare called history. His girlfriend Luz (Cristina Rodlo)
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Getting Some (Live) Action
Aladdin was the surprise hit of the summer, with The Lion King on track to follow. But it’s more than nostalgia fueling the craze for DISNEY’s live-action reboots.
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3 QUESTIONS WITH Ben Folds
The critically beloved singer-songwriter, 52, has enjoyed a rich career across music, film, TV, theater, and photography. Next up: books. He details the story behind his upcoming memoir, A Dream About Lightning Bugs: A Life of Music and Cheap Lessons
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Runner’s High
COMEDIC SCENE-STEALER JILLIAN BELL LACES UP HER SNEAKERS FOR HER FIRST LEADING ROLE AS A NEWBIE ATHLETE IN BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON (AUG. 23).
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Under the Cover
→ The 15th studio album from psych-rock outfit the Flaming Lips began not as a record but as a shiny art installation in the shape of a bulbous head, where fans could crawl inside, lie down, and listen to snippets of music. Then visitors began asking
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Summer Lovin’
EARLY-2000S POP STAR–TURNED–INTERIOR DESIGNER ON E!’S FLIP IT LIKE DISICK WILLA FORD SHARES TIPS FOR MAKING YOUR HOUSE-GUESTS FEEL PAMPERED.
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The Riff
ARTISTS BITCHING ABOUT PRESS COVERAGE ISN’T NEW. BUT THE WAYS IN WHICH THEY DO IT ARE. HOW SHIFTING DYNAMICS DISRUPT THE LONGTIME CRITICS–VS.-MUSICIANS MODEL.
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