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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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Wham, Scam, Thank You Ma’am
THERE’S A WHOLE NEW KIND OF CON ARTIST, ONE WHO COULD ONLY EXIST RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW. TWO BUZZY NEW BOOKS ASK: WHY CAN’T WE GET ENOUGH OF THE MILLENNIAL GRIFTER?
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Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
DIRECTED BY > ADAM MCKAY → Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) is a man of many talents, including playing the jazz flute in an iconic scene from the 2004 hit. The news anchor’s not-so-impromptu performance ended with him filling the instrument with the con
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The Rook
You can’t say Emma Greenwell doesn’t commit to a role. “Day one, I fell backwards over a stunt body and fractured my wrist,” the actress confesses on the London set of Starz’s new dystopian drama. “It looks real in the take, because it is real.” Brok
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Strange Answers
The cast and creators of STRANGER THINGS respond to burning questions about season 3 (now streaming on Netflix).
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Emilia Clarke & Henry Golding Last Christmas
LOVE IS IN THE AIR FOR THE FORMER GAME OF THRONES STAR AND THE CRAZY RICH ASIANS LEADING MAN. DIRECTOR PAUL FEIG PROVIDES A SNEAK PEEK AT THEIR UPCOMING ROMANTIC COMEDY (OUT NOV. 8).
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the HIT MEN
SIXTEEN NO. 1 HITS. TENS OF MILLIONS OF RECORDS SOLD. TWO ICONIC HATS. WITH A NEW SET OF SUPERSTAR COLLABORATIONS COMING THIS FALL (JAM & LEWIS: VOLUME ONE), LEGENDARY PRODUCING-SONGWRITING TEAM JIMMY JAM AND TERRY LEWIS TELL THE STORIES BEHIND
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Quentin Tarantino
The writer-director of the ’60s-set ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD (out July 26) talks about assembling his megawatt cast—Leo! Brad! Margot!—working with the late Luke Perry, and why his last film ever could be… a Star Trek movie? In Once Upon a Time
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The Mummy Unwrapped
SANDSTORMS, SICKNESS, DEADLY SNAKES, and the STRANGULATION OF BRENDAN FRASER: The director and cast of 1999’s The Mummy unearth THE TERRIFYING SECRETS of the franchise-inspiring box office monster
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A Killer Trio
Ginnifer Goodwin, Lucy Liu, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste star on Marc Cherry’s new decade-jumping drama WHY WOMEN KILL (launching Aug. 15 on CBS All Access).
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What Women Want
Sex and the City author CANDACE BUSHNELL and journalist LISA TADDEO take on female desire in two high-profile new books—with radically different results.
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THE Boys
On Amazon’s The Boys, Antony Starr plays Homelander, the leader of a superhero group called the Seven. And there’s a reason he looks like Superman swallowed Captain America and developed a God complex. Based on the comics by writer Garth Ennis (Preac
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The Masked Singer
JOB 1 (AND 2, AND 3, AND 4) for The Masked Singer costume designer Marina Toybina was to make sure the season 2 performance outfits had more mobility and the masks were easier to see through—problems the celebrities often complained about during the
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TERMINATOR: Dark Fate
She’s back. And it only took 28 years, three sequels, and three unreturned phone calls from Terminator: Dark Fate director Tim Miller for Linda Hamilton to return to the franchise as the iconic Sarah Connor. “We didn’t know if she would do it,” says
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November
In 2009, a police man-hunt ended in front of comic-book writer Matt Fraction’s home—complete with cops, helicopters, and pointed guns. Fraction and his family were left to clean up the mess, and when they were playing outside a few days later, his wi
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House of X & Powers of X
A 19-year arc of X-Men movies reached its end with this summer’s Dark Phoenix, but a fresh start for X-Men comics is near. Writer Jonathan Hickman has a “multiyear plan” to restore the X-Men to their place of prominence at Marvel. He has the chops to
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David Spade
WE ALLOW DAVID SPADE, 55, TO PITCH HIS NEW LATE-NIGHT SERIES, LIGHTS OUT WITH DAVID SPADE, IF HE APOLOGIZES FOR A PREVIOUS PROJECT. WATCH THIS Lights Out DEBUTS JULY 29 AT 11:30 P.M. ON COMEDY CENTRAL “It’s going to be a pop culture [panel] show,
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STAR TREK: Picard
Patrick Stewart returns to the world of Star Trek, resurrecting one of the most popular sci-fi characters of all time: Jean-Luc Picard. The British actor was lured back to the role—which he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation a
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Back To The Garden
Fifty years after the original WOODSTOCK, the festival’s legacy is as influential and messy as ever. Ahead of its golden anniversary, performers and attendees reflect on the three-day weekend that altered the face of American culture.
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THE Must List
No 1 TV Four Weddings and a Funeral “TO BORROW A ROM-COM STAPLE, sometimes you don’t know what you’re missing until it’s right in front of you.” That’s how Nikesh Patel, 33, feels about starring in Hulu’s limited series Four Weddings and a Funeral.
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