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Entertainment Weekly May 2020

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3 min.
editor’s note

Here’s to Smiling Again EVERY SO OFTEN, THE RUG GETS pulled out from under us. The roof caves in, the Dow plunges. Someone important intones that life will never be the same. We see wrenching moments—a president shot, a beautiful September day consumed in horror—as turning points. They tell us our green, happy days are gone, and the world is cold and hard. And then, a clutch of daffodils pokes through the snow. We slide back into old habits, with a few lessons learned, a few more gray hairs. We laugh again. And someday soon, we will reach out and clasp a stranger’s hand. We will hug our friends. We will leave our homes, and all of us will dance. On a rainy day this March, your friends at EW left work and…

2 min.
sound bites

“If you’re free next Friday, we’re having a sex-reveal party.” —Jake (Andy Samberg), extending an invite to soon-to-be grandpa Roger (Bradley Whitford), on Brooklyn Nine-Nine“I went to one of those in Amsterdam; I would not invite relatives.”“GOD, I WISH I COULD HIGH-FIVE SOMEONE RIGHT NOW, BUT WE’RE OUT OF HAND SANITIZER!”—Samantha Bee, wanting to celebrate Harvey Weinstein’s prison sentence, on Full Frontal“HEAR YE, HEAR YE. SO THERE’S BEEN A CHANGE OF PLANS: YOU GUYS HAVE BEEN REPLACED BY RIVERDALE.”—Nate (Nick Zano), going back in time and talking to Shakespeare’s troupe, on DC’s Legends of TomorrowSOUND BITES HALL OF FAME MODERN FAMILY(SEPT. 23, 2009–APRIL 8, 2020)“I’m the cool dad, that’s my thang. I’m hip, I surf the web, I text. LOL: laugh out loud, OMG: oh my God, WTF: why the…

13 min.
the must list

No. 1 IF IT BLEEDS By Stephen king BOOKS IF STEPHEN KING only wrote novellas he would still occupy a place in many horror fans’ hearts, thanks to the likes of The Mist, Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, and The Body, which was brought to the big screen as the beloved Stand by Me. His newest collection contains four tales of terror occupying the no-man’s-land betwixt short story and novel, and finds the Master of the Macabre in fine, if mostly unsurprising, form. The titular story showcases a character who has become very familiar to King’s army of “Constant Readers”—private investigator Holly Gibney. A major player in the Bill Hodges Trilogy and The Outsider (and memorably portrayed by Cynthia Erivo in HBO’s recent adaptation of the latter), the OCD-suffering sleuth is drawn into danger…

3 min.
homecoming

HOW DO YOU FILL JULIA ROBERTS’ shoes? Well, according to Janelle Monáe, you don’t. “There’s no replacing Queen Julia,” says the singer-actor, who stars in season 2 of Amazon Prime’s Homecoming. Monáe admits to feeling nervous taking Roberts’ place as lead after the Golden Globe-nominated first season—that is, until a surprise set visit from executive producer…Julia Roberts. “After we finished shooting a scene I heard this loud scream, and come to find out it was her,” recalls Monáe, 34. “For her to respond with excitement, literally, and to meet and hug each other, that was enough to relax me.” For those already familiar with the show, it’s anything but relaxing. Based on the hit podcast of the same name, season 1 of the stylish thriller was set at a transition facility…

2 min.
secret society of second-born royals

PREPARE TO MEET A NEW KIND OF Disney princess. In the sci-fi fantasy film Secret Society of Second-Born Royals, Sam (Andi Mack’s Peyton Elizabeth Lee) is a rebellious teen living in the kingdom of Illyria—and in the shadow of her older sister, who is next in line for the throne. Sam soon finds out that being a second-born royal has its own perks: Not only does the birth order mean she scores superpowers, but she’s also drafted into a top secret group of other gifted young recruits who are charged with keeping the world safe. “She doesn’t want to be a princess,” says Lee. “When she finds this secret society that feels the same way, they figure out how to create their own legacy and have an impact on their…

1 min.
marvel’s agents of s.h.i.e.l.d.

ENVER GJOKAJ NEVER EXPECTED to play Agent Carter’s Daniel Sousa again, since that show’s two-season run ended in 2016. That’s what makes his guest appearance in the final season of ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. so surprising. “It wasn’t anywhere near my brain,” says Gjokaj. “I would’ve been thrilled at any moment for it to come back, but I think as an actor you don’t have time. You just have to move on to the next project.” S.H.I.E.L.D.’s season 6 finale ended with Daisy (Chloe Bennet), LMD Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg), and their crew time-traveling to 1930s New York City, which is just the start of the team’s timey-wimey adventure. Eventually, they cross paths with Sousa, who was last seen in the 1940s on Agent Carter. “One of the things we…