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  1. Constance Wu Doesn’t Want to Be Your “It” GirlThe Fresh Off the Boat star on being invisible in Hollywood, “mansplaining” executives, and never forgetting who you are.
  2. In Conversation: Louis C.K.Talking feminism and optimism with the comedian who upended the conventions of TV comedy.
  3. David Schwimmer Isn’t on a Break AnymoreMore than a decade after ​Friends​ left the air and with his new AMC drama ​Feed the Beast​, he’s finally ready for the next stage of his career.
  4. David Schwimmer Isn’t on a Break AnymoreMore than a decade after ​Friends​ left the air and with his new AMC drama ​Feed the Beast​, he’s finally ready for the next stage of his career.
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    How Seth Rogen Made the Extremely Non-P.C. Comic Preacher Safe for TVBasically, he and his partners changed everything.
  6. How Seth Rogen Made the Extremely Non-P.C. Comic Preacher Safe for TVBasically, he and his partners changed everything.
  7. The Business of Too Much TVThere are more great shows in production now than ever before — but it’s never been harder to make one.
  8. Uncharted 4: The Greatest Story Ever PlayedHow Naughty Dog — the developer behind the year’s most anticipated video game — makes summer blockbusters interactive.
  9. RENT: The Oral HistoryTwenty years after Jonathan Larson’s posthumous triumph arrived on Broadway, the cast relives the rise of a musical that changed theater.
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    Can the Art World Take James Franco Seriously?In conversation with Jerry Saltz, the celebrity makes a case for his art.
  11. All Hail Outlander, the Best Sex on TelevisionCatching up with Starz’s Scottish time-travel, feminist, sci-fi fantasy.
  12. The Russo Bros and the Idea of Studio AuteurismJoe and Anthony Russo may be unlikely blockbuster impresarios, but they’re the future of Hollywood.
  13. How Hollywood Gives Actors Plastic Surgery With a Mouse ClickNow, Hollywood special effects can shave years off an actor’s life, reshape a performance, or even recast a role after a movie’s been shot.
  14. What We Talk About When We Talk About Batman and SupermanPolitics, mostly. And American empire.
  15. Why ​The Americans​ Will Be Better Than Ever in Season 4Showrunners Weisberg and Fields on the evolution of Elizabeth and Philip, what they’d do over if they could, and making the Best Show on Television™.
  16. Audra McDonald, Broadway’s Greatest Voice, Is BackBut she can’t stop saying she’s sorry.
  17. Finally, Leonardo DiCaprio Can RelaxHe just won the Oscar he’s always wanted. Now he can quit trying so hard.
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    It’s Stan Lee’s UniverseHe built Marvel Comics and laid the foundation for today’s blockbuster superhero movies, and has changed pop culture as we know it. Here’s how.
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    Chelsea Handler Is Ready to Try Something a Little More SeriousCan the famous shock-jock of female comedy do earnest?
  20. Chelsea Handler Is Ready to Try Something a Little More SeriousCan the famous shock-jock of female comedy do earnest?
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    The 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern ComedyFrom the Marx Brothers to ​The Simpsons​, Richard Pryor to Amy Schumer: 100 bits, sketches, and one-liners that changed humor forever.
  22. The 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern ComedyFrom the Marx Brothers to ​The Simpsons, Richard Pryor to Amy Schumer: 100 bits, sketches, and one-liners that changed humor forever.
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    The Epic Fail of Hollywood’s Hottest AlgorithmWhen Ryan Kavanaugh wasn’t hanging out with Bradley Cooper, or leasing a horse for Kate Bosworth, or negotiating a Golden Globes shout-out from Christian Bale, or bringing a baby wolf to the office, he was talking up the sweetest game in Hollywood: the chance to invest in movies that seemed certain to succeed.
  24. Kiss and Break Up: Inside the Feud Between Lil Wayne and BirdmanFor years, the rap superstar and his mentor and label boss formed one of rap’s most loyal, inseparable teams. Then it all went terribly wrong.
  25. Michael B. Jordan and Ryan Coogler’s Next RoundThey just reclaimed the Rocky franchise for millennials. What’s next?
  26. The Brand Keeping Oprah in BusinessTyler Perry doesn’t care what the critics think of his work. His audience always finds it.
  27. Gillian Anderson Is Ready to Revisit Dana ScullyAfter years spent building a successful post-X-Files career.
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    Finding RaffiThe wondrous — and occasionally weird — relationship between the children’s-music superstar, his fans, and the man he used to be.
  29. Finding RaffiThe wondrous — and occasionally weird — relationship between the children’s-music superstar, his fans, and the man he used to be.
  30. In Conversation: Charlie KaufmanThe writer behind Being John Malkovich discusses where his ideas come from, the TV shows he can’t get made, and the finer points of puppet sex.