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April 19, 2019

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sound bites

“Should I have talked to that plant? Probably not. Should I have crawled on the floor? Probably not.”—Derynn, regretting her strange first impression, on Double Shot at Love“That sounds like a butt thing.”—Billy as Shazam (Zachary Levi), criticizing Freddy’s (Jack Dylan Grazer) superhero name suggestion of Thunder Crack, in Shazam!“I haven’t seen someone lose that many young black people since Kanye started talking about Trump.”—Charlie (Deon Cole), reacting to Dre’s (Anthony Anderson) son and assistant preferring a white mentor, on black-ish“I don’t want these virgins—they’re going to taste too sad.”—Vampire Nadja (Natasia Demetriou), rejecting some potential victims, on What We Do in the Shadows“Emotional support for what?”—Petra (Yael Grobglas), wondering why the recently returned amnesiac Michael (Brett Dier) needs a support dog, on Jane the Virgin“For coming back from the…

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the must list

TV1 GAME OF THRONESThe final season of HBO’s fantasy epic is the most anticipated TV event of the year—maybe even the century. Thrones is the rare show that still demands to be watched live, lest you risk a single dreaded Monday-morning spoiler. (April 14, 9 p.m.)(TURNER: NEILSON BARNARD/GETTY IMAGES)Q+ASOPHIE TURNERThe actress, 23, tells EW’s James Hibberd about Sansa Stark’s precarious final-season journeyWhat was your reaction to this season’s scripts?Completely overwhelming. And because the showrunners are pranksters, I was partly thinking, “This can’t be true!” I felt numb and cried a lot.What can you share with us about Sansa’s story line?Sansa is very much enjoying becoming the leader of Winterfell. There are people who come into her life that threaten that. She has to go behind a few backs.How is her…

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the future (of tv) is female

AFTER A YEAR OF #METOO HEADLINES, IT APPEARS BROADCAST TV is attempting to do right by women this development season by finally making them boss—at least on camera. Scores of drama and comedy pilots made by ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and The CW revolve around strong female characters. (Whether they actually make it to the fall lineup depends on what happens next month in New York, when the networks set their 2019–20 schedules and reveal them to advertisers.) Along with that serious buildup in estrogen, here are the key trends and standouts that emerged from the 2019 network prime-time development season.HEY GIRL HEYThere is a refreshing number of pilots about powerful and independent women who must work against the odds to achieve their goals. Many are developed by CBS, which…

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entertaining weekly

EASTER SPECIALTHE FOODGREAT EGGS-PECTATIONSThese eggs don’t have to be painted to stand out: MasterChef Junior judge Aarón Sánchez’s chilaquiles are great for a crowdINGREDIENTSCHILAQUILES2 cups vegetable oil12 (6-inch) corn tortillas, cut into ¼-inch strips3 cups shredded rotisserie chicken1 lb. Monterey Jack cheese, shreddedCooking spray2 cups crème fraîche or sour cream8 fried eggsROASTED TOMATILLO SALSA¾ lb. fresh tomatillos, husks removed and rinsed under warm water2 fresh serrano or 5 jalapeño chiles, seeds and ribs removed, halved1 small white onion, peeled and sliced into ½-inch-thick rings2 garlic cloves, peeled2 tbsp. olive oil1 tsp. kosher salt¼ cup chopped fresh cilantroFOR THE CHILAQUILES1 Heat oil in a deep heavy saucepan (or deep fryer) over medium heat to 350°F. Working in batches, fry tortilla strips until crisp and no longer sizzling, about 1 minute. Drain…

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all for one

Captain Marvel, Black Widow, War Machine, Thor, Captain America, and Rocket take flight in Avengers: Endgame ((PREVIOUS SPREAD AND THIS SPREAD): © MARVEL STUDIOS (2))IT’S STRANGE WHEN A REUNION FEELS like a farewell. ¶ That was the bittersweet atmosphere surrounding Avengers: Endgame when Entertainment Weekly sat down with the Original Six, the actors who first united as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes once upon a time in 2012’s The Avengers. ¶ Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man, Chris Evans’ Captain America, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow, Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk, Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye: They’re in a class of their own. And that class is graduating. ¶ Endgame, highly secretive and heavily embargoed until it’s out on April 26, has hinted at almost nothing…except the promise of finality. It’s the 22nd movie in the…

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political doc stars

America—narratively speaking—loves a winner. Our most popular films feature reluctant but ultimately triumphant heroes (Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games) and scrappy underdogs who slay giants (just about every Star Wars movie). But two of the buzziest feature documentaries of 2019, Running With Beto (on HBO May 28) and Knock Down the House (on Netflix May 1), are largely about big swings and misses—and yet still manage to be as compelling as their fictional Hollywood counterparts.What’s even more unexpected is how the stories play out. With a presumed core audience—politically aware, left-leaning types who already know how the campaigns ended—these films are still fundamentally optimistic. And in a media sphere dominated by cable news points of view, each project manages to separate church and state: the filmmakers’ creative decision-making vs.…