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    Susan Choi on Her Mind-Bending #MeToo NovelHow rage and the Access Hollywood tape inspired this spring’s most inventive and polarizing novel.
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    Stevie Nicks, the Fairy Godmother of RockAt age 70, she is four decades into the never-ending romantic soap opera that is Fleetwood Mac.
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    The Anti-Prestige ShowrunnerOn set with Jane the Virgin creator Jennie Snyder Urman, who makes great TV by ignoring all the trends.
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    Terry Gilliam, the Man Who Was Almost Killed by Don QuixoteThe Monty Python animator and director on the movie that took him three decades to make.
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    How to Fuck With White SupremacyWith “Daddy” and Slave Play, Jeremy O. Harris does exactly that (sometimes literally).
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    Would You Trust This Man?Vanderpump Rules star Jax Taylor lied and cheated his way to reality-TV fame. But he swears he’s different now.
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    ‘My Goal Is to Be the Most Ignorant, Richest Rapper’At a mansion on the Venetian Islands with Lil Pump, one of SoundCloud rap’s most elusive stars.
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    In Their New Show, PEN15, Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle Are Middle-School RejectsBut in real life, they’re on the verge of being popular.
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    Dan Levy Made Schitt’s Creek With His Dad. But It’s His Weird Little Baby.Scouting for clothes with the creator of TV’s funniest town.
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    Cold War’s Joanna Kulig Is About to Beguile AmericaThe breakout star, already a paparazzi magnet in Poland, is the kind of enigmatic screen goddess one could only find in cinema’s halcyon days.
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    For Reigning Fantasy Queen N.K. Jemisin, There’s No Escape From Reality“I’m writing about dragons as a black woman, and it’s fucking political.”
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    Meek Mill Is Out of Jail and Making New Music, But Is He #Free?The unincarcerated rapper is far from unencumbered.
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    Brockhampton Isn’t Your Typical 13-Member Rap Collective–Slash–Multimedia EmpireThe band’s ascent may seem sudden, but the success of Iridescence and this fall’s “I’ll Be There” tour is the result of years of work.
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    How Bernardo Bertolucci Found Himself“If I don’t fall in love with my characters,” said the director, “I cannot shoot.”
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    Stephan James Is a Face You Won’t Soon ForgetThe star of Homecoming and If Beale Street Could Talk is, quite literally, taking over screens this fall.
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    Pam Grier on Orgasms in Your 60s, Jackie Brown, and What’s Next“You try to have an orgasm at my age? It’s seven hours! It’s gonna hurt, to your teeth!”
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    Sarah Perry Hopes the Monster From Her New Novel Is Watching Harvey WeinsteinThe British author talks about her gothic third novel, Melmoth, on a visit to some downtown Manhattan churches.
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    John Carpenter on Halloween and the Long Con of His Legendary CareerThe original Halloween director talks about his legacy and scoring the new sequel to his classic horror film.
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    Some Nights, Men Try to Explain the Constitution to Heidi SchreckThe playwright behind What the Constitution Means to Me ignores them, politely.
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    Doctor Who’s Jodie Whittaker Is Making Sci-Fi HistoryAfter five decades, Doctor Who finally has its first female Doctor. What took so long?
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    Tamara Jenkins on Turning Life’s Gloppiness Into Cinema“I’m interested in what people say to each other when they’re pushed to a kind of primitive state.”
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    The Next Michael UrieThe star of Torch Song was worried about being typecast in gay roles before he realized there were so many different kinds.
  23. profile
    Jamie Lee Curtis Will Have Her Revenge NowIn the new Halloween, she’s the one hunting Michael Myers. Welcome to the age of big-box-office post-trauma horror.
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    After Decades of Silence, Soon-Yi Previn SpeaksAs controversies tumbled around her, the daughter of Mia Farrow and wife of Woody Allen stayed quiet. No more.
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    John C. Reilly Is Everybody’s Better HalfHe says he works best in duos, and he’s in three this fall: Stan & Ollie, Holmes and Watson, and The Sisters Brothers.
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    Frank Langella Thought About Quitting KiddingBut he’s finally learning not to make the dangerous career choice.
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    What Do You Expect From Jonah Hill? How About ‘Director’?The actor and unlikely style icon on finding his true calling.
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    Sandra Oh Finally Gets Her DueAfter decades in supporting parts, the Emmy nominee plays the hero in Killing Eve.
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    Playing Dumpling Roulette With Kieran Culkin, TV’s New Favorite Lovable Bad BoyHe’s the breakout character on HBO’s Succession, the breakout show of the summer.
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    There’s Something About HenryHow Henry Golding, a travel host with no acting credits to his name, became the leading man in three upcoming films, starting with Crazy Rich Asians.
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    Crazy Rich Asians Author Kevin Kwan Goes HollywoodThe author is happy to be the public face of his book’s upcoming movie adaptation. But he’d be happier if somebody else were doing it for him.
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    Amber Tamblyn Is Advocating for Women, and HerselfShe’s lactating on late-night TV, teaching feminism to David Cross and Quentin Tarantino, and attacking rape culture in her debut novel.
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    Boots Riley Wants You to StrikeThe Coup rapper just made his first movie, Sorry to Bother You, about the ravages of late-stage capitalism — and it’s poised to be a hit.
  34. Jason Mitchell Has a Crazy Story for YouThe star of Superfly on how he made it in Hollywood in only seven months.
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    Misogyny Is Boring As HellCarmen Maria Machado writes fantastical tales about the banal horrors of sexism. Lately, it’s her story about Junot Díaz that’s getting attention.
  36. Michelle Wolf Couldn’t Escape D.C. Fast EnoughAfter the Correspondents’ Dinner, a merciful break from politics for the host of Netflix’s The Break With Michelle Wolf.
  37. Freddie Highmore Is America’s Top DocThe Good Doctor star is now ABC’s No. 1 star, and he comes with zero negative side effects.
  38. What Shawn Mendes Has Gone ThroughThe teen-pop megastar reveals a dark — or at least darker — side on his make-or-break third album.
  39. Zachary Quinto on Boys, Acting In and Out of the Closet, and Mind ControlIn the Broadway revival of The Boys in the Band, he leads an all-star cast of openly gay actors back to the days when being out was career suicide.
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    J. Cole Just Wants to Be HimselfThe 33-year-old rapper on his new album, SoundCloud disses, and how he stopped caring what other people think.
  41. Meet Justina Ireland, YA Twitter’s Leading WarriorHow the activist and author became the most controversial figure in young-adult literature, one tweet at a time.
  42. John Krasinski Wants You to Be Afraid of HimJim Halpert tries his hand at horror – as co-writer, director, and star of A Quiet Place.
  43. Can Leslie Jamison Top The Empathy Exams With Her Mega-Memoir of Addiction?The Recovering is a 534-page palimpsest of Jamison’s battle with alcoholism that doesn’t adhere to the typical recovery narrative structure.
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    David Oyelowo Is Taking a Bigger Piece of the PieHe’s tackled roles from MLK to Othello. But with Gringo, he’s ready to make you laugh.
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    After a Very Big Year, Mary J. Blige Is Seeing Herself Anew“I learned that I’m a powerful woman because I don’t have to say much to be heard,” says the R&B star and double Oscar nominee.
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    Zach Galifianakis Is Happy to Play the Sad ClownAfter a sudden and not entirely welcome rise to fame, the comedian has found his place with the deliciously absurd quasi-sitcom Baskets.
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    In 2017, the World Was Finally Ready for Laura Dern’s Furious WomenThis year, Dern’s career finally came to a full boil, with roles in Twin Peaks, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Downsizing, and, of course, Big Little Lies.
  48. John Early Is Laugh-Out-Loud FunnyThe Search Party actor and comedian holds court onscreen, and during a dinner party. Tonight, it’s his homemade cacio e pepe. (Recipe included.)
  49. Love, Death, and Control: Paul Thomas Anderson on Making Phantom ThreadWhy did the 47-year-old filmmaker head across the pond to direct his new drama with Daniel Day-Lewis? Because he hears a ticking clock.
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    Alexander Payne Is Supersizing His Artistic Ambitions With a Very Tiny ComedyWith Downsizing, the director mines the comedy in the microscopic.
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