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Entertainment Weekly May 3, 2019

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sound bites

“What am I supposed to say, like, ‘Hey, can I get your father’s number?’ ”—Ramy (Ramy Youssef), dismissing his mom’s suggestion that he meet a woman at the mosque, on Ramy“What you need to do is get me in front of huge white audiences…something that makes a NASCAR race look like a Jay-Z concert, you know?”—Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), wanting to improve her polling with a specific demographic, on Veep“Actually, ma’am, Jay-Z concerts are almost all white people.”—Marjorie (Clea DuVall)“It was like Charlie’s Angels without the feathered hair and casual sexism.”—Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), summarizing the female Birds of Justice team-up, on Arrow“Kanye’s the secret headliner?… That’s insane! And a problematic choice.”—Jenny (Gina Rodriguez), experiencing a roller coaster of emotions over a big concert, in Someone Great“The big woman still here?”—Tormund…

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the must list

Music 1 PINK, HURTS 2B HUMAN On her eighth album, the fearless singer delivers an exhilarating mix of proud anthems (“Hustle”) and introspective ballads (“Happy”), as well as top-notch collaborations with Chris Stapleton, Nate Ruess, and Khalid. It Hurts so good. Q+A PINK The acrobatic superstar, 39, currently on her Beautiful Trauma tour, talks to EW’s Tim Stack about her new album, being a mom, and getting shot out of a cannon What was the inspiration behind this album? I am very much a mystery bag. You put your hands in me and you have no idea what you’re gonna get out. That’s just how I do it. I don’t believe in genres. I just believe in music and speaking your heart. I usually go on tour and stop writing altogether, but we just never stopped. Tell us…

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our (early) emmy noms predictions

THE SMALL-SCREEN AWARDS SEASON NOW RUNS YEAR-round, so trying to guess the Emmy nominees at this early stage is a fool’s errand. But we’re fools for great television! Prestige projects like The Crown and The Handmaid’s Tale are taking this year off, while HBO’s category-dominating gems Game of Thrones and Veep are taking one last (victory?) lap. So expect an exciting mix of first-time nominees alongside some very familiar faces—and a few surprises. You’ll get to all these shows by September, we swear! OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES Can anything stop HBO’s fantasy juggernaut from a fourpeat victory? Five of last year’s nominees aren’t competing, so an alliance of new challengers will attempt one final de-Thrones-ing. ○ Better Call Saul (AMC)○ Game of Thrones (HBO)○ Homecoming (Amazon Prime Video)○ Killing Eve (BBC America)○ Pose (FX)○…

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summer movie preview

TRAILER PERKS Hover your phone’s camera over this code to watch trailers for all the films in our summer preview RETURN OF THE KING LEGACY CAN BE A BEAST, WHETHER IT’S FOR A YOUNG LION PRINCE WALKING IN HIS FATHER’S FOOTSTEPS OR A FILMMAKING TEAM REIMAGINING ONE OF THE MOST TREASURED ANIMATED MOVIES OF ALL TIME. STEP INSIDE DIRECTOR JON FAVREAU’S The Lion King, THE WILDEST DISNEY REMAKE THIS SIDE OF THE SAVANNAH. STARRING Donald Glover, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, James Earl Jones DIRECTED BY Jon Favreau RELEASE DATE 7.19 The elephant in the room is that there’s no elephant in the room. Or lion, hyena, or zebra, for that matter. In fact, it’s quite possible there are no indigenous African animals anywhere whatsoever within a 25-mile radius of this Playa Vista, Calif., production facility. And yet there…

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Avengers: Endgame STARRING Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Paul Rudd DIRECTED BY Anthony Russo and Joe Russo RATING PG-13 LENGTH 3 hrs., 2 mins. REVIEW BY Leah Greenblatt @Leahbats THE AVENGERS ARE DEAD. LONG LIVE THE AVENGERS. For the millions who watched half the Marvel universe vaporize on screen in the final moments of 2018’s Infinity War—whole standalone franchises reduced to swirling ash with a sweep of übervillain Thanos’ meaty paw—there had to be one last sequel to set it all right. Nearly a year to the day, Endgame arrives with the promise of many things: revenge, redemption, a runtime that defies the limits of most street-side parking meters. And the movie largely delivers, splashing its ambitious three-hour narrative across a sprawling canvas of characters, eras, and not-quite-insurmountable challenges. As the story opens, though, Infinity’s…

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Fleabag DATE Premieres May 17 TIME Streaming NETWORK Amazon Prime Video REVIEW BY Darren Franich @DarrenFranich HITCHCOCK DEFINED SUSPENSE AS A BOMB UNDER A table, tick-tick-tickling the audience’s nerves while characters on screen talk toward impending doom. On Fleabag, nobody needs an explosive device. In the Britcom’s season 2 premiere, six adults smiling in a restaurant are six bombs with lit fuses. Creator-star-savant Phoebe Waller-Bridge plays the titular nuke, a never-named Londoner grieving between debaucheries. In season 1, she was a self-declared #BadFeminist and sex-very-positive hedonist. A year later, she’s exercising, eating salad, avoiding casual hookups. Her sister, Claire (Sian Clifford), is self-improving too, off the sauce and on the wagon with husband Martin (Brett Gelman). The siblings force congeniality with their dad (Bill Paterson) and his vain fiancée (Olivia Colman, gleaming with malice). The family sits down for dinner…