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Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly July 5, 2019

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sound bites

“It’s like a hunger strike, but less sad.”—Rogelio (Jaime Camil), discussing his #famestrike, on Jane the Virgin“I finished kindergarten!”—Bonnie (Madeleine McGraw), completing kindergarten orientation, in Toy Story 4“Theoretically, I could do it if I just trained a little. And I know what you’re thinking: ‘With that body, John, is there any way you could be training harder?’ And you are right, I’m a beast. Not a day goes by that I don’t sacrifice sweat to the gods of swole at the temple of iron.”—John Oliver, revealing he could definitely climb Mount Everest, on Last Week Tonight“She doesn’t like anyone who’s not in the family—she barely likes us.”—Craig (Ben Robson), summing up his mother (Ellen Barkin), on Animal Kingdom“Under his eye.”—Ofmatthew (Ashleigh LaThrop), reciting the formal Gilead goodbye, on The Handmaid’s…

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the must list

Movies 1 THE FAREWELL Filmmaker Lulu Wang’s affecting Sundance breakout follows a Chinese-American woman (Awkwafina) visiting her cancer-stricken grandmother to say goodbye—without letting the matriarch find out about her terminal diagnosis. (July 12) Q+A AWKWAFINA The versatile actress, 31, tells EW’s Mary Sollosi about the thrill of sharing Wang’s authentic story What were some of the challenges you faced in this role? One of the things I was nervous about was that it was drama, and I’m definitely not known for that in my career. Would I be able to channel such a complex character and convey her in the best way? The second part was, can I speak Chinese? But when you’re in China where we were [filming], it’s not like being in Hong Kong or Shanghai—no one really speaks English there, so you have to…

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how to look younger

ELDO RAY ESTES, THE EMMY-WINNING makeup-department head of TV Land’s Younger, says he’s been “inundated” with makeup questions on Instagram since the show’s season 6 premiere on June 12. And it’s easy to see why: Set in the glossy New York publishing world, the show gives its stars plenty of opportunities to werk at work. “[Kelsey] is the boss now,” says hair-department head Annemarie Bradley-Sherron of Hilary Duff’s character, “so she’s more classic than trendy this season.” Read on for the go-to products used to create Kelsey & Co.’s accessibly glam looks. DEBI MAZAR “Debi is a former makeup artist, so she has a lot of ideas when it comes to [Maggie’s] look,” says Estes. The one constant? The liquid liner for her signature cat-eye: “It’s the only one she uses.” SUTTON FOSTER Estes…

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shifting gears

DWAYNE JOHNSON HAS ARRIVED ON THE SET OF Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw with an arsenal of ways to insult Jason Statham. It’s January, and the pair are both speckled in mud and fake blood, perched on a sunny cliff above the Pacific Ocean in Kauai, Hawaii. They’re about to shoot a rare scene where nothing gets blown up, punched, or run over. The script already calls for Johnson’s Luke Hobbs to declare that he sees Statham’s Deckard Shaw as his diminutive sidekick: the Robin to his Batman, the Mini-Me to his Dr. Evil. But when the Rock hops out of his truck—he prefers to drive himself to set, listening to chill Hawaiian radio on the way—the first thing he does is run over to Statham and start suggesting…

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soaking up history

FOR TWO DECADES, HE’S LIVED IN A PINEAPPLE UNDER THE sea, absorbent and yellow and porous, whose nautical nonsense we’ll always wish for more of. Created by Stephen Hillenburg, who died last November after battling ALS, SpongeBob SquarePants launched on Nickelodeon in 1999 as a surreal fever-dream cartoon that appealed to adult fans of comedy as much as the kids who grew up singing the theme song. In the years since, it’s become a worldwide phenomenon, having spawned a Broadway musical, multiple movies, and some of the internet’s very best memes. (Who among us can look at a jar of mayonnaise without wondering if it’s an instrument?) On a sunny June afternoon at Nickelodeon’s studios in Burbank—where the original SpongeBob cast was working on the partially live-action special SpongeBob’s Big Birthday…

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spidey abroad

It’s August in Italy, and Venice looks like a postcard. Market stalls and small cafés line cobblestone streets; flowers spill over wrought-iron balconies; a young bride and groom embrace by a tranquil canal. And then it hits: a seismic blast of malevolent, man-shaped water, sweeping the newlyweds off their feet like the world’s worst-conceived Six Flags ride. But who’s that swooping in to save the day? He doesn’t seem like a superhero—he’s not even wearing spandex—though he does look a lot like Tom Holland. Just over six weeks into the Spider-Man: Far From Home shoot, the 23-year-old British actor is actually not far at all: The “canal” is a massive water tank located at a film studio just outside his London hometown, its 2 million-plus gallons tinted a fitting Venetian blue.…

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