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Entertainment Weekly

June 28, 2019

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United States
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Meredith Corporation
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sound bites

“Do you have time for a single-ladies chat?”—Jane (Gina Rodriguez), asking newly single Petra for some quality time, on Jane the Virgin“When you stop calling it that.”—Petra (Yael Grobglas)“I will not not be rich!”—Renata (Laura Dern), refusing to accept her financial woes, on Big Little Lies“In honor of the upcoming season premiere of Stranger Things, Burger King announced today that it will start selling a so-called Upside Down Whopper. And McDonald’s announced that the McRib is back in honor of the HBO series Chernobyl.”—Seth Meyers, roasting the fast-food chain, on Late Night With Seth Meyers“We gonna keep it sexy. I don’t know how in this f---ing robe, but we gonna do it!”—Cardi B, rallying the crowd after a wardrobe malfunction resulted in her wearing a bathrobe on stage, at Bonnaroo“I…

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editor’s note

THAT’S A WRAP—FOR ME! IT’S MY LAST DAY IN THE ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY offices—I’m moving on to pursue some other projects—and I’m reading a memo that Jeff Jarvis, EW’s founding editor, wrote in 1988. “The need for the magazine is clear: Entertainment is confusing. Show business has grown and spread and today we have too many choices and too little time.” He elaborates: “Half of us have cable; 65 percent of us have VCRs.” (Side note: That means 65 percent of us threw away our VCRs in the early 2000s.) Jarvis was the Amazing Kreskin—or Miss Cleo or John Edward, take your pick—of journalists, because these words have only become truer. I’ve been a reader of this brand since its inception in 1990 (hey there, k.d. lang!). This magazine felt like a club…

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the must list

Movies 1 YESTERDAY A flailing singer-songwriter (Himesh Patel) gets hit by a bus and wakes up to a world that’s never heard of the Beatles in this winning what-if comedy directed by Slumdog Millionaire’s Danny Boyle and penned by rom-com king Richard Curtis. Q+A LILY JAMES The actress, 30, talks to EW’s Leah Greenblatt about memories of Yesterday and getting wiggy From Downton Abbey to Mamma Mia!, you’re known for period roles. Finally, you’re modern! I think it’s almost a rite of passage as an English actor. There’s a lot of period-drama work in film and television, and it’s just what happened, and then people start to see you in a certain way. The main focus I’ve had recently has been directors—just getting to work with Edgar Wright [on Baby Driver] and Joe Wright [on Darkest Hour]—all…

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the look of lies

THEY MAY BE MONEYED AND BEAUTIFUL, BUT THE women of Monterey aren’t immune to looking a hot mess sometimes. “These women’s closets reflect the emotions and turmoil in their lives,” says Big Little Lies costume designer Alix Friedberg. That said, their disheveled is still pretty stylish. Spiraling after the death of her husband, Celeste (Nicole Kidman) wraps herself in cashmere, wears sneakers, and “is all about taking care of her boys,” says Friedberg. A depressed Bonnie (Zoë Kravitz) trades in her colorful boho season 1 style for more subdued knits and vintage tees. Meanwhile, Jane (Shailene Woodley) is getting her groove back: “She’s more confident, and you can see it in her style and new haircut,” says Friedberg. “She’s moved closer to the ocean and is embracing that Monterey surf vibe.” One…

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entertaining weekly

FOURTH OF JULY SPECIAL THE FOOD SUN’S OUT BUNS OUT Brie and watercress add a luxurious touch to the classic burger in this recipe from Family Food Fight chef Graham Elliot INGREDIENTS 1 medium red onion, thinly sliced1 cup apple cider vinegar1 ½ cups olive oil, divided6 cloves garlic½ cup mayonnaise1 ½ lbs. 80/20 lean ground beef½ tsp. black pepper¾ tsp. kosher salt1 (8-oz.) Brie round, cut into 4 rounds1 bunch of upland watercress (about 1 ½ cups)4 pretzel rolls, split 1 Preheat oven to 350°F. Combine red onion, apple cider, and ½ cup olive oil in a medium bowl; let stand at least 1 hour. Strain. 2 Place remaining oil and garlic in a small saucepan; cover with aluminum foil. Roast garlic in oven until soft and light golden brown, about 30 minutes. Let cool 1 hour.…

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halo again

IN THE CITY OF ANGELS, THE SUN IS SHINING BRIGHTLY ON GOOD FRIDAY. BUT BEYOND A HEAVY BLACK DOOR, AWAY FROM HARSH LIGHT, VAMPIRES, DEMONS, AND A ROGUE DEMON HUNTER OR TWO GATHER IN THE DARKNESS OF AN ABANDONED WAREHOUSE. Okay, so the Hollywood studio that’s serving as the location for EW’s Angel reunion shoot isn’t actually a warehouse, nor a meeting place for the undead. Rather, the cast of the WB drama is very human, and expressing very human levels of excitement at being together again, 20 years after their show debuted. “It’s good to see everybody!” says David Boreanaz, 50, the show’s titular vampire who, upon arrival, immediately makes a beeline for the dressing room to find his costars. Spotting Charisma Carpenter (shallow cheerleader-turned-champion Cordelia Chase) and Amy Acker (shy…

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