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  1. the festival circuit
    Olivia Rodrigo Sang Lily Allen’s ‘F- - - You’ to the Supreme Court In response to the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
  2. luk at tu!
    Julie Andrews Has a Favorite Minion It’s the one that says, “Hello!”
  3. makin' moves
    J-Hope Is the First BTS Member to Announce Solo Album After Hiatus Out July 15, just two weeks before his headlining set at Lollapalooza.
  4. daytime emmys
    The Young and the Restless’s Mishael Morgan Makes History at Daytime Emmys She’s the first Black woman to win Outstanding Lead Actress.
  5. sdcc 2022
    Marvel Studios Leaves Other Panels Shaking By Returning to San Diego Comic-Con They have not participated since 2019.
  6. coming soon
    Everything We Know About Ahsoka, Star Wars’ Upcoming Live-Action Series Fans think the show will finally be a continuation of Star Wars Rebels.
  7. dinner party
    Where Are You Sitting This Week? Will it be with Ed Sheeran, the January 6th Committee, or Dead-Eyed Brad Pitt?
  8. movie review
    Savoring Flux Gourmet’s Satire of Celebrity Performance Art Peter Strickland’s art-world satire is funny, opulent, and filled with infinite sympathy when it comes to gastrointestinal distress.
  9. bless his heart
    For the Chrisleys, What’s Next? “Everything that they say on the show can be used against them by the government.”
  10. dead alive, or host?
    Where We Left 7 Major Westworld Characters Heading Into Season 4 In a world where any human can be turned into a host, there’s really no such thing as death.
  11. celebrity response
    Celebrities Respond to the Supreme Court’s Overturning of Roe v. Wade Celebrities including Viola Davis, Taylor Swift, and Michelle Obama respond to the Supreme Court’s decision.
  12. now streaming
    What’s Leaving Netflix: July 2022 30 Rock seasons one through seven, Little Women, The Social Network, and more.
  13. brave
    Thanks, Nancy She read a poem.
  14. tv review
    Loot Is At Odds With Itself A perfectly pleasant but ideologically hollow comedy about an ultrarich girlboss? In this economy?
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  • profile Hot Joel Summer Joel Kim Booster’s deliciously bawdy debut film, Fire Island, maps Pride and Prejudice’s class tensions onto the vacation hideaway for gay men.
  • community theater ‘We Should Hate It, But It Works’ An oral history of the inexplicably star-studded, hallucinogenic ending of Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again.
  • feature The Undoing of Joss Whedon The Buffy creator, once an icon of Hollywood feminism, is now an outcast accused of misogyny. How did he get here?
  • close reads Hanya’s Boys The novelist tends to torture her gay male characters — but only so she can swoop in to save them.
  • in conversation Peter Bogdanovich on His Masterpieces, Womanizing, and Deaths He Didn’t Mourn A candid conversation with the late director who’s often held up as a cautionary tale of Hollywood arrogance.
  • profile Simon Rex Doesn’t Want to Be That Guy Anymore The former MTV VJ partied his way through the early aughts, lost his career for a decade, and now, improbably, is being lauded by the Hollywood elite.