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Entertainment Weekly March 8, 2019

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sound bites

“Green Book is just basically Friday with racism.”—Desus Nice, comparing the Oscar-winning film to Ice Cube’s 1995 comedy, on Desus & Mero“Without forgiveness, the past never stops hurting. It stays with you like Fergie’s performance of the national anthem.”—Grace (Debra Messing), persuading Karen (Megan Mullally) to get back with Malcolm (Alec Baldwin), on Will & Grace“I’ve glanced at his work satchel. I’m married, but I’m still a man.”—Captain Holt (Andre Braugher), admitting he’s looked twice at his new assistant, on Brooklyn Nine-Nine“If I want to see Italians being ruthless, I’ll just watch the boys playing Super Mario Bros.”—Jessica (Constance Wu), revealing why she doesn’t want to watch The Sopranos, on Fresh Off the Boat“He looks pleasant enough. Like a small-town veterinarian or the first soldier to die in a war…

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the must list

TV 1 GOOD GIRLS Christina Hendricks, Retta, and Mae Whitman return as a trio of suburban moms who will go to illegal lengths for their families. In season 2, things only get darker and funnier as the women settle into a life of crime. (NBC, March 3, 10 p.m.) Q+A CHRISTINA HENDRICKS The former Mad Men star, 43, chats with EW’s Samantha Highfill about playing a “bad” mom Is your character, Beth, starting to enjoy her new life in season 2? Season 2 is about Beth being like, “Who am I? What do I really want here? And how much power do I have over my life?” We pick up where we left off [with] the big cliff-hanger from season 1, and it’s the domino effect of what they decided to do. What they did is now…

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fallen empire

“LET’S GET THIS STRAIGHT, I’M IN IT WITH Jamal for the long run.” That’s what Jussie Smollett, who has played Jamal Lyon on Empire since its debut in 2015, told EW ahead of the Fox drama’s season 5 premiere last fall. That feels like years ago, as Smollett is currently embroiled in one of Hollywood’s strangest and most surprising controversies. On Feb. 21, the 36-year-old actor turned himself in to police on a felony charge of filing a false police report, with Chicago Police superintendent Eddie Johnson saying that—allegedly dissatisfied with his Empire salary—Smollett orchestrated a racist and homophobic attack against himself. Smollett visited the Empire set the day of his surrender to apologize to the cast and crew, while still vehemently insisting that he would never do what he stands…

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changing the gold standard

AT THE STAR-STUDDED GOVERNORS Ball held directly after the Oscars, Black Panther stars Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, and Winston Duke grabbed newly minted winner Hannah Beachler, the innovative production designer of Marvel’s superhero film, in a tight hug. They huddled together to snap selfies, and Gurira and Beachler clasped hands, squealing in excitement as they held her Oscar. Beachler’s was one of many trailblazing wins during Hollywood’s biggest night—and not just for delivering Marvel Studios into the winner’s circle at the Academy Awards on Sunday. She and the film’s costume designer Ruth E. Carter became the first African-American women to take trophies in their respective categories, joining a record-breaking class of 15 women and seven black artists to earn honors across the Oscars’ 24 categories. In another Oscar first, three of…

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the morning after

PHOTOGRAPHS BY ART STREIBER SPIKE LEE BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY BlacKkKlansman Spike Lee admits he wasn’t thinking when he leaped into the arms of friend and frequent collaborator Samuel L. Jackson after winning his first (and long-overdue) competitive Oscar, for Best Adapted Screenplay, for co-writing BlacKkKlansman. After all, what did he have to be afraid of? “Sam would never let me fall,” he tells EW, grinning. Indeed, Lee can’t stop smiling as he lounges poolside at the Beverly Hills Hotel hours after the ceremony to re-create Terry O’Neill’s iconic post-Oscars shot of Faye Dunaway in 1977. The filmmaker is so giddy with his win—which arrives on the eve of the 30th anniversary of Do the Right Thing, which the Academy snubbed—he’s not even fazed by Green Book taking Best Picture, a decision he’d told reporters…

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haute pink

GEMMA CHAN in Valentino Haute Couture, jewelry by Bulgari The volume. The neckline. The pockets. In a sea of clingy, skin-baring looks, the Crazy Rich Asians star’s vibrant gown was a stunning convergence of high fashion and breezy insouciance. (She kept cookies in those pockets!) It was a fitting end to Chan’s Astrid-worthy awards season. NEXT UP Playing Minn-Erva in the superhero blockbuster Captain Marvel (March 8). JULIA ROBERTS in Elie Saab, jewelry by Cindy Chao Can anyone do effortless glam better than the surprise Best Picture presenter? (Answer: No.) She set off her flowy one-shouldered gown with dramatic diamond-and-pink-pearl drop earrings that managed to be both earthy and dazzling. Just call her pretty (woman) in pink. NEXT UP Producing and starring in the upcoming adaptation of the novel Little Bee. ANGELA BASSETT in Reem Acra, jewelry by Sutra No…

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