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Entertainment Weekly April 2020

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United States
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English
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Meredith Corporation
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Biweekly
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sound bites

NOW HE’S GOT ME.I’LL HAVE TO LOOK AT ANOTHER CRYING MEME.—Michael Jordan, poking fun at himself as he tears up, at Kobe Bryant’s memorial“I AM FROM RIVERDALE. IT IS THE MURDER CAPITAL OF THE WORLD. I’LL BE FINE.”—Josie (Ashleigh Murray), being warned about her new home of New York, on Katy Keene“AS SOON AS HE HAD SOMETHING TO GAIN FOR APOLOGIZING, HE DID. AND HE DID IT LIKE A MAN: BEGRUDGINGLY AND ONCE.”—John Oliver, reacting to Mike Bloomberg’s recent “stop-and-frisk”-related apology, on Last Week Tonight“I’ll tell Mom my score when I really need a get-out-of-jail-free card. Like, for example, I’m in jail.”—Eddie (Hudson Yang), explaining why he hasn’t shared his high SAT scores, on Fresh Off the Boat“THAT WAS LIKE BEING A WOMAN IN A MICHAEL BAY MOVIE.”—Rob (Zoe Kravitz),…

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editor’s note

The Making of a Monster MAYBE IT’S BECAUSE WE HAVE A MAGNIFICENT AVENGER on our cover (double Oscar nominee Scarlett Johansson, who stars in Black Widow, out May 1), but this month, I’ve surprised myself by thinking a lot about justice and Hollywood, a pair of words that have never enjoyed hanging out. And yet, for at least a moment, those two total strangers just may be aligned. I beg your indulgence for a departure from the usual breezy monthly message, because by the time you read this (a risk with a monthly, but I’ll go for it), a once-frighteningly domineering man—like Voldemort, his name will not be uttered—may be on Rikers Island or thereabouts, giving at least some of his victims an ending typically confined to movies. That is rare. One of…

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the must list

No 1 FARGO TV CHRIS ROCK IS AS SURPRISED as anyone that he’s starring in Fargo season 4. When the FX anthology crime drama’s Emmy-winning showrunner, Noah Hawley, first reached out to the legendary comic, Rock assumed he was calling about something else. “I thought he wanted me to host his kid’s sweet 16, or the auction for his wife’s charity or something,” Rock says. But in the new season (premiering April 19), Rock vanishes into the role of crime lord Loy Cannon while leading an ensemble cast (including Jason Schwartzman, Ben Whishaw, and Timothy Olyphant) in a sprawling tale of rival Mob families in 1950s Kansas City. Q+A CHRIS ROCK So what kind of guy is Loy Cannon? / He’s a businessman, he’s a deacon at his church, he’s a loving father and…

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riverdale

THERE AREN’T MANY TOWNS THAT can say they’re home to multiple killers, a rocket-building cult leader, a bear-fighting teenager, and…whatever you’d call the Blossoms. And yet, Riverdale is somehow still full of surprises. “I never thought I’d see that many wigs in a hallway,” Casey Cott (Kevin Keller) says of the upcoming season 4 musical episode, in which the teens of Riverdale High take on Hedwig and the Angry Inch, the story of an East German genderqueer punk rocker. Admittedly, it’s a less obvious choice than the show’s two previous musical episodes, which tackled Carrie: The Musical and Heathers: The Musical. “We asked, ‘What cult musical set in a high school haven’t we done?’” says showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. “Grease is a high school musical. West Side Story is about high…

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raised by wolves

AMANDA COLLIN & ABUBAKAR SALIM DIRECTOR RIDLEY SCOTT HAS depicted humanlike androids in his Alien films, in the original Blade Runner, and now on his new show Raised by Wolves, whose initial nine-episode season premieres on HBO Max later this year. Does the prolific auteur ever worry he himself might be a robot? “I think I am, actually,” says Scott, who spoke to EW from the France set of his next movie, The Last Duel (with Adam Driver, Ben Affleck, and Matt Damon). “Because I’m busier now than I’ve ever been in my life!” Created by Aaron Guzikowski (Prisoners) and set in the 22nd century, Wolves stars Amanda Collin and Abubakar Salim as Mother and Father, two androids tasked with rearing human children on the planet Kepler-22b after Earth has been turned…

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soulmates

CHARLIE HEATON IS THERE AN IDEAL, PERFECT soul mate? That’s the question Stranger Things star Charlie Heaton was left with after working on AMC’s first-ever episodic anthology series. Created by Brett Goldstein (SuperBob) and William Bridges (Stranger Things), Soulmates is set 15 years in the future when scientists have developed a test that connects people to their soul mate. “The beauty of it being an anthology show meant that we could tell an entirely different relationship story every week from many different angles and even genres,” says Bridges. One of those angles is loss, which is addressed in the episode “Break On Through”: Heaton plays Kurt, a good-hearted man who takes the test only to discover that his soul mate has died. Heartbroken, Kurt joins a religious cult to cope. “There’s a lot…