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Entertainment Weekly March 1, 2019

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sound bites

TWEET OF THE WEEK Mark Ruffalo @MarkRuffalo “Happy Birthday to my Brother, Josh Brolin. Keep living the Dream. In a snap, it will be over.”—The AVENGERS star, referencing his costar’s portrayal of Thanos RUFFALO: NOAM GALAI/GETTY IMAGES; BROAD CITY: COMEDY CENTRAL; BLACK-ISH; KELSEY MCNEAL/ABC; BLACK MONDAY: ERIN SIMKIN/SHOWTIME; BOOMERANG: ANNETTE BROWN/BET; ISN’T IT ROMANTIC: MICHAEL PARMELEE/WARNER BROS.; PATRIOT ACT: CARA HOWE/NETFLIX…

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the must list

TV 1 BETTER THINGS Pamela Adlon continues to make indelibly unique TV in the third season of her FX sitcom, drawing from her experience as the mother of three girls to create a melancholy, funny, dreamily realistic family story. (FX, Feb. 28, 10 p.m.) Q+A PAMELA ADLON The actress, writer, and director, 52, tells EW’s David Canfield about turning life into art for Better Things How did you want to further the family saga this season? I was mapping it out: “What can I do that moves the needle forward for the story and this family?” The truth is, when you’re in a family, the needle is always moving forward—whether you want it to or not. You can’t stay stagnant because everybody’s changing. That was really the key for me this season. I wanted to see everybody…

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remembering karl lagerfeld

“I’M VERY MUCH DOWN-TO-EARTH,” KARL LAGERFELD ONCE SAID. “Just not this earth.” Fitting words from an irreverent creative mind that not only reinvented the House of Chanel—the brand he is most closely associated with—but also the relationship between fashion, art, pop culture, and designer-as-celebrity. Born in Hamburg, Germany, in 1933, Lagerfeld began his career in 1955, when he was hired as designer Pierre Balmain’s assistant. A decade later, he joined Fendi to make over the label’s line of luxury furs, a collaboration he continued for the rest of his life. He is best known, however, for his work at Chanel, the French fashion house he joined in 1983 as creative director—and has kept modern and relevant ever since. “Karl Lagerfeld reinvented the brand’s codes,” the company said in a statement. “The…

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atlanta’s all-star weekend

SOME OF TV’S TOP TALENT HIT PAUSE ON THEIR SMALL-SCREEN adventures for a weekend on stage—not as performers, but as honorees and panelists at aTVfest, a yearly celebration by the Savannah College of Art and Design. As the event’s first-ever official media partner, EW was in the house to lead discussions, host a photo and video studio, and pay tribute to a few of TV’s most intriguing stars. The three-day festival kicked off Feb. 7 with Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s Ellie Kemper, who took home the Spotlight Award after a laughter-filled chat with EW editor in chief Henry Goldblatt. The actress revealed her first acting gig (a video for veterinarian students), a memorable moment with her costar Tituss Burgess (it involved a damp towel…), and her thoughts on working with her old…

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oscar secret ballot

STATUETTE: OSCAR ® STATUETTE © AMPAS ®; BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: ALEX BAILEY/FOX; VICE: MATT KENNEDY/ANNAPURNA PICTURES; GREEN BOOK: UNIVERSAL; ROMA: CARLOS SOMONTE/NETFLIX; IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK: TATUM MANGUS/ANNAPURNA PICTURES. BLACKKKLANSMAN: DAVID LEE/FOCUS FEATURES (2); LAMAR: LARRY BUSACCA/GETTY IMAGES; ROMA: CARLOS SOMONTE/NETFLIX; CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?: MARY CYBULSKI/FOX SEARCHLIGHT; SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE: SONY PICTURES ANIMATION; A STAR IS BORN: WARNER BROS. PICTURES; BLACK PANTHER: MATT KENNEDY/© MARVEL STUDIOS 2018; THE FAVOURITE: ATSUSHI NISHIJIMA/FOCUS FEATURES; GREEN BOOK: UNIVERSAL; THE WIFE: GRAEME HUNTER/SONY PICTURES CLASSICS: ISLE OF DOGS: FOX SEARCHLIGHT…

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making a killing

CAT AND MOUSE. HUNTER AND WELL, HUNTER. Mutually assured destruction/obsession. However you describe the relationship between Killing Eve’s instinctive, in-over-her-head, off-the-books MI6 agent Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) and the petulant, sexually omnivorous, artistic assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer)—we will also accept “bats--- crazy”—that forbidden bond mesmerized viewers and TV critics in 2018. After only eight episodes of the cunning, droll drama, the spy-thriller genre had been reinvigorated and reimagined, thanks to a pink tulle dress worn to a psych eval, a microwaved shepherd’s pie eaten mid–home invasion, etc. Season 1 culminated in a pileup of question marks and exclamation points—plus an Emmy nomination and Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award trophies for Oh—as Eve trashed Villanelle’s apartment before cozying up with her in bed, only to impulsively jam a knife…

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