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Entertainment Weekly January 2020

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sound bites

“Thank you to Satan for giving me inspiration on how to play this role.”—Christian Bale, accepting his award for portraying Dick Cheney in Vice, at the Golden Globes“YOU GUYS ARE LIKE FLEETWOOD MAC. YOU BREAK UP, YOU GET BACK TOGETHER AGAIN, AND THEN YOU GO OUT AND MAKE A GREAT ALBUM, LIKE THE BEST OF FLEETWOOD MAC.”—Noho Hank (Anthony Carrigan), telling Fuches (Stephen Root) to make up with Barry (Bill Hader), on Barry“Being vice president is like being DECLAWED, DEFANGED, NEUTERED, BALL-GAGGED, and sealed in an abandoned coal mine under two miles of human s---.”—Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), discussing her former position, on Veep“I HEARD MEG RYAN DIDN’T OWN A COMPUTER WHEN SHE BOOKED THIS ROLE. I’VE GOT TO SAY, IT SHOWED.”—Eddie (Hudson Yang), reviewing You’ve Got Mail, on Fresh Off…

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editor’s note

Here’s to a Very Entertaining Year THERE ARE OH-SO-MANY REASONS TO SAY ADIOS, 2019, don’t let the door hit you on the way out. Let’s face it, it was a volatile, agita-inducing year, chock-full of zero-sum politics, doomsday weather, and blood-pressure-boiling social media posts. But trying times do tend to spark memorable pop culture: 1941 was the year of Pearl Harbor and Citizen Kane; 1968 was both scorched by revolutionary rage and soothed by “Hey Jude.” Or, as the best TV theme song ever goes, you take the good, you take the bad, etc. While all the negativity in 2019 kept many glued to their respective outrage-news networks, the fun—easily overlooked while surfing successive anxiety waves—was delightful. Let’s begin with the folks on six very special Entertainers of the Year covers: Awkwafina,…

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the must list

№ 1 BOMBSHELL MOVIES MARGOT ROBBIE MIGHT HAVE followed you on Twitter, and you didn’t even know it. The 29-year-old actress stars in Bombshell as Kayla Pospisil, a chirpy conservative news junkie who works at (and worships) Fox News, so to better understand Kayla and her fanaticism, the Australian Robbie created an anonymous Twitter account and followed as many young, right-wing American women as she could find. “I didn’t grow up watching Fox News, and I didn’t grow up in the same place as [Kayla]…. I was struggling to understand that point of view for a while, and Twitter ended up being the most useful tool,” Robbie explains. “Because people are extremely vocal on Twitter.” Much of Bombshell is based in fact: Jay Roach’s drama chronicles the downfall of news titan Roger Ailes…

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to all the boys: p.s. i still love you

AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW OF YOUR NEXT OBSESSIONS NOAH CENTINEO & LANA CONDOR LARA JEAN COVEY AND PETER Kavinsky are in a relationship. A real one this time. Audiences met Lara Jean (Lana Condor), the quirky teen with a love of romance, and Peter (Noah Centineo), the Jeep-driving jock with a heart of gold, in 2018’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Based on the 2014 best-selling novel by Jenny Han, the Netflix film followed its heroine through the biggest crisis of her love life: Her little sister mailed out the secret letters Lara Jean had written to boys over the years. And when her current crush received one, Lara Jean entered into a fake relationship with Peter, an old crush who also received a letter. But their pretend relationship lasted about as…

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bill & ted face the music

KEANU REEVES & ALEX WINTER JUST 20 MONTHS AGO, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY hosted a Bill & Ted reunion with stars Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves as well as franchise writers Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon. Then, last spring, it was announced that Bill & Ted Face the Music—the first film in the comedy/science-fiction series since 1991’s Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey—would soon start shooting. Coincidence? Apparently not. “The response to what you did was staggering to even the biggest cynics,” says Solomon. “That was great news for us.” This third Bill & Ted film finds Winter’s Bill S. Preston Esq. and Reeves’ Ted Theodore Logan III still trying to create music for their band Wyld Stallyns, which (the pair learned back in 1989’s Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure) will inspire the utopian society…

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the plot against america

JOHN TURTURRO & WINONA RYDER RELEASED IN 2004, THE LATE Philip Roth’s novel The Plot Against America imagines an alternate history where aviator-hero and xenophobic populist Charles Lindbergh became president in 1940 and turned the United States toward fascism. The book instantly left The Wire creator David Simon intrigued, but he didn’t feel it was “relevant to our time,” so he initially turned down HBO’s request to adapt the material as a miniseries. “It was right after Obama had been reelected and I said, ‘I don’t see it,’” he recalls. “Then, [with] what’s happened politically in the last few years—not only in America, but throughout the West—in terms of this dissonance, almost fact-based political realities and demagoguery in the rise of the angry nationalists and populists, the very guts of what…