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Entertainment Weekly May 17, 2019

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sound bites

“That is America’s ass.”—Captain America (Chris Evans), rejecting Iron Man’s (Robert Downey Jr.) criticism of his assets, in Avengers: Endgame“Why do we need an occasion? You know what they say: It’s a white girl’s birthday somewhere!”—Abby (Natalie Morales), handing out free tequila as a distraction, on Abby’s“I just invited someone to my apartment. I never do this, I’m not that type of Pokémon!”—Detective Pikachu (Ryan Reynolds), letting Tim (Justice Smith) crash with him, in Pokémon Detective Pikachu“Smoking is the greatest thing that slowly kills you.”—Judy (Linda Cardellini), declaring her love of cigarettes, on Dead to Me“Prom is this weekend? We still do things like that here?”—Veronica (Camila Mendes), referencing that they barely lead normal high school lives, on Riverdale“When’s the last time you acted?”—Bob Fosse (Sam Rockwell), digging at his…

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the must list

Movies 1 WINE COUNTRY What happens when former Saturday Night Live cohorts wine and dine in sunny California? Amy Poehler’s directorial film debut mines the comedy highs and nuanced lows of female friendship over a long weekend romp in Netflix’s bubbly gem. (May 10) Q+A AMY POEHLER The comedian, 47, takes EW’s Piya Sinha-Roy on a trip through the Country What inspired you to make this film? So many rich stories exist through a female lens but don’t involve the juicy middle of someone’s life. There’s a lot of undiscovered territory for female characters comedically at that time in their life. [In] my world, there’s all these complicated, funny, interesting, layered characters, so it’s not about a bunch of old ladies acting inappropriately. Your character, Abby, feels perhaps darker than we’re used to seeing you play. I don’t think…

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entertaining weekly

MEMORIAL DAY SPECIAL THE FOOD SWEETNESS AND LIGHT Welcome summer with this fruity French-yogurt take on malabi pudding by Molly Yeh, star of Food Network’s Girl Meets Farm INGREDIENTS 1 tbsp. pomegranate rose syrup (recipe next column)1 jar (5 oz.) plain French yogurt2 tsp. shredded unsweetened coconut2 tsp. toasted pistachios, almonds, or another nut, coarsely chopped2 tsp. pomegranate seedsa small pinch of lemon zest, optional but recommendeda small pinch of cinnamonSYRUP (MAKES ABOUT ½ CUP)1 cup pomegranate juice¼ cup (50g) sugar1 tsp. fresh lemon juice¼ tsp. rosewater 1 In a small sauce-pan, bring the pomegranate juice and sugar to a simmer over medium-high heat and cook, undisturbed, until reduced by half and syrupy, about 25 to 30 minutes. 2 Stir in the lemon juice and rosewater and let cool (this can be made up to two days…

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news story: avengers: endgame burning questions

THE INFINITY GAUNTLET HAS finally granted the Russo brothers the power to speak. After turning box office records to ash with the first worldwide billion-dollar opening weekend in history ($1.22 billion, to be exact) and a second weekend that pushed Avengers: Endgame over the $2 billion mark globally, directors Joe and Anthony Russo are feeling liberated from the secrecy restrictions they’ve been living under for the past several years. “Oh my God, it’s such a relief now,” Anthony tells EW in an interview at the Russos’ downtown Los Angeles office two days after the premiere. “Infinity War was different because nobody really started to chase us for information until about a month before the movie came out,” Joe adds. But because of the Snap cliff-hanger at the end of that movie, “it’s been…

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in memoriam: remembering peter mayhew

CHEWBACCA DID NOT GET HIS WARMTH from the fur. Peter Mayhew’s 7-foot-3-inch frame gave the towering Wookiee a loping gait and intimidating presence, but the actor’s puppy-dog sweetness also emanated through the layers of yak hair to give personality to one of the most famous alien creatures in movie history. The Star Wars mainstay, who died at age 74 on April 30, retired from the role due to knee troubles and declining health, but he did reprise Chewie one last time for 2015’s The Force Awakens. He spoke extensively with EW before the movie opened in December that year. “I’m happy to be back here with Episode VII, with Han and all the old guys, as well as the newer stars,” Mayhew said of Han Solo actor Harrison Ford and his co-workers.…

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taylor swift: inside the megastar’s post-reputation world

THE PALM TREES ARRIVED IN FEBruary, seven in all, set against a pastel blue backdrop with superimposed stars. It appeared that a new Taylor Swift era was upon us—that the old happy-go-lucky Taylor was not, in fact, dead. Or did it? It was only an Instagram photo, just one more picture in an infinite content scroll. But it also came from a pop star known for prodigious hint-dropping, whose fans turn every piece of info into an online archaeological dig. As expected, the summery post sent Swifties sifting through each detail with a pastel-colored fine-tooth comb. What did the trees symbolize? An overdue vacation? A recently purchased beach house? A secret palm-frond collection? Or maybe, as many surmised, it was new music. One Twitter user predicted that the number of stars…