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Entertainment Weekly December 28, 2018

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sound bites

“Oh, so you two finally got together, huh? I always knew there was something going on between you.” –Gladys (Gina Gershon), shipping Archie (KJ Apa) and her son Jughead (Cole Sprouse), on Riverdale “Sounds like the annual crossover.” —Ray (Brandon Routh), ignoring calls from Flash, Green Arrow, and Supergirl, on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow “Yeah, that’s gonna be a hard pass.” —Nate (Nick Zano), declining to participate in this year’s Arrowverse crossover “Time’s Up! But like, literally, his time is up, because I saw his file.” —Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross), yelling about a sexist patient who happens to be dying, on black-ish “Taking a shot with Snooki is like taking a free throw with Michael Jordan.” —Vinny, championing his roommate’s legendary drinking prowess, on Jersey Shore Family Vacation “Let’s all…

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rob marshall

After adapting stage hits like Chicago and Into the Woods , how much did you want to do an original musical? That was a big thing for me. I’ve always wanted to do an original musical where I could literally create, for film, like it was done in the MGM days. They would build around a star’s talents, like Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly or Judy Garland. And here we got to do it around Emily Blunt. Meryl Streep said this was a set where everyone’s cheeks were just a little pinker. Did you feel that on set? It’s the truth. We all felt the bar was very high, but we also knew we were lucky to be inheriting this incredible world, and because of that it was the most massive undertaking of…

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the must list

1 Movies MARY POPPINS RETURNS With the help of director Rob Marshall, Emily Blunt does the impossible in reimagining the role of Mary Poppins in this sweet, ambitious bauble of a sequel that should win over cynics in the most delightful way. (Dec. 19) 2 Music ZAYN ICARUS FALLS Zayn Malik was the first One Directioner to move into the solo space (with his 2016 debut, Mind of Mine). Now the 25-year-old is the first to dive into sequel territory, dropping a surprise sophomore album, Icarus Falls, with a thoughtful lead single (“Good Years”) reflecting on the youthful years he’s spent in the spotlight. 3 Books BAD WITH MONEY by Gaby Dunn Start your year off with this gloriously helpful book on modern-day financial literacy. An extension of her swell podcast of the same name, 30-year-old Dunn speaks directly and…

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checking directions

Harry Styles LAST MUSIC RELEASED His self-titled debut (and subsequent live recordings of it) in 2017. HOW WAS IT? Excellent proof that Styles boasts the strongest musical identity of the bunch, and the one most refreshingly divergent from 1D’s sound. Niall Horan LAST MUSIC RELEASED “Finally Free,” a peppy single from the animated yeti movie Smallfoot. HOW WAS IT? Mountains away from “Slow Hands,” his best (and most played) single from the disarmingly good No. 1 album Flicker. Liam Payne LAST MUSIC RELEASED “Polaroid,” a feel-good collab with Jonas Blue and Lennon Stella. HOW WAS IT? Though it’s on par with his August EP First Time, Payne tends to fare better when partnered up (like with Rita Ora on “For You" from Fifty Shades Freed). Louis Tomlinson LAST MUSIC RELEASED “Miss You,” an emo-rock track from his still-TBD debut album. HOW WAS IT? He has a great personality. MALIK: GREGG…

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good books for bad people

BAD WITH…ROMANCE? The State of Affairs by Esther Perel The iconic couples therapist will get you rethinking love and sex with this provocative, fresh look at infidelity. BAD WITH…ORGANIZING? The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning by Margareta Magnusson Learn how to embrace minimalism by stripping down your life to its essentials and decluttering your mind. BAD WITH…YOURSELF? How to Be Alone by Lane Moore The comedian’s first book explores loneliness with wit and ache, making a persuasive case for loving who you are. SMITH: KARWAI TANG/WIREIMAGE; ARCHULETA: PAUL ARCHULETA/GETTY IMAGES; COLD WAR: LUKASZ BAK/AMAZON STUDIOS…

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martha stewart

You offer tips for some rather out-of-the box activities. How did you decide what to include here? We’ve kept a list of most of the questions that people have asked me. We have a column in our monthly magazine, Martha Stewart Living, called “Ask Martha.” Many of those questions, they’re real questions. We don’t make them up, and we get thousands of letters every year, and we try to answer the most interesting and challenging questions. Who do you think this book is for? I think it’s for everybody. Newlyweds… empty nesters…and young people who are on their way to college who need to learn how to do these things. If they read the book, they’ll have a good basis in home organization and just growing up. What kind of book do you want…

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