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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

February 2020

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United States
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English
出版社:
Meredith Corporation
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sound bites

“HEY, LET’S MAKE THE BABY DO THE MAGIC HAND THING. C’MON, BABY, DO THE MAGIC HAND THING!”—Greef (Carl Weathers), seeking help from the Child (a.k.a. Baby Yoda), on The Mandalorian“I haven’t had anyone look at me that coldly since I had my mother deported.”—Sophie Lennon (Jane Lynch), sharing a dark revelation, on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel“MY DOCTOR GAVE IT TO ME. HE SAID, ‘YOU’RE IN GOOD SHAPE FOR 86, BUT VERY BAD SHAPE FOR A HUMAN BEING.’ I BELIEVE THIS WAS A JOKE.”—Pope Benedict XVI (Anthony Hopkins), talking about his step tracker, in The Two Popes“Pushing the rock up the hill gave me a purpose. Who am I if the rock is gone?”“Ironically, that’s exactly what Vin Diesel asked me when Dwayne Johnson refused to appear in the Fast &…

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editor’s note

Forever Bond HIS DEATH HAS SEEMED CERTAIN ON SO MANY OCCASIONS—by laser beam, by shark. By the end of the last Cold War (he won), and by changing sexual politics (my, that was a close shave). Yet 007 not only keeps escaping liquidation at the hands of SPECTRE agents and social critics, he triumphs. At 67—if you’re counting years since Ian Fleming published Casino Royale—James Bond remains a global force, indelibly British, but admired even more in places that used to be the homelands of his foes: In the former Eastern bloc, in China, in the Middle East, Bond is beloved. But after 25 films, he’s changed. He no longer smokes too much or drinks too much, or treats women brutishly. He still loves baccarat, gadgets, and a fast car. He will…

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the must list

№ 1 DOCTOR WHO TV THE LAST TIME JODIE WHITTAKER spoke to EW (for a Doctor Who cover story in 2018), she was on the eve of her debut as the first woman to play the long-running show’s titular two-hearted alien. Two years in, how has the British actress’ life changed since becoming the new face of the globally beloved series? “I wear a baseball cap on the tube or on the subway,” quips Whittaker, 37. “But really, my life has changed in a wonderful sense. I’ve got a massive social life now, which is either the people that work in our very tight-knit family in Cardiff [where the show is filmed] or a load of Whovians who are lovely to you when you walk past them.” Plenty of those fans are delighted…

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dc’s legends of tomorrow

AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW OF YOUR NEXT OBSESSIONS DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW NEW YEAR, NEW ZARI. In the season 4 finale of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the titular super-screwups publicly defeated the demon Neron, thus erasing the dystopian future from whence cynical hacktivist Zari (Tala Ashe) initially came. In the new timeline, not only is Zari’s brother Behrad (Shayan Sobhian) alive, but he joined the Legends crew way back in season 3 (instead of her). Although Ashe is still part of the cast, she’ll be playing a radically different version of Zari in season 5: She’s now a famous social media influencer. “Zari 2.0, for the last two years, has been running her giant media empire and personal brand like a Kardashian, while her brother’s been running around secretly saving the world,” says Legends co-showrunner…

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legacies

“WELCOME TO THE SUPERNATURAL Hunger Games.” Kai Parker (Chris Wood) utters that line in Legacies’ upcoming two-parter (starting Feb. 6), which features the return of his delicious Vampire Diaries villain. (And this time he has a beard!) Kai first appeared in season 6 of The Vampire Diaries as a member of the Gemini coven, so evil they used magic to lock him in a prison dimension with no one to talk to (or harm). But you can’t keep a good villain trapped for long. Not only did Kai return for Vampire Diaries’ final season, but now, nearly two years later, Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) and Josie Saltzman (Kaylee Bryant) are about to meet their uncle. “The prison world is inescapable up until now, so it’s not so much how he comes back…

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power book ii: ghost

MARY J. BLIGE & LATOYA TONODEO POWER MAY WRAP FOR GOOD in February, but fans won’t have to live long without their weekly crime-drama fix from the addictive (and extraordinarily popular) Starz series. This summer, the network will unveil a spin-off featuring Mary J. Blige as Monet, a very successful woman in Queens who runs her business “with an iron fist,” explains executive producer Courtney A. Kemp. Exactly how Monet earns her keep remains a mystery for now, but it’s probably not a stretch to assume that she—like Ghost [Power’s Omari Hardwick] before her—will be dabbling in the wild world of narcotics. It’s an idea that Kemp had been chewing on for nearly two years but didn’t truly take root until reps for Blige approached her about a Power cameo (because…