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Opener
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Endgames
1 / Luthor’s enemy 5 / Christian Bale role 9 / The Punisher’s battle vehicle 10 / Tony Stark’s alter ego 11 / Group of fictional beings embodying powerful forces in The Sandman by Neil Gaiman, the ___ 13 / Day before a big day 14 / Choice 15 / Superh
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Power Player
USING HIS INDEX FINGERS, JAMIE Foxx outlines a square. This box, he explains, is how he became a fan. And the actor is nothing if not a fan. In the space of 30 seconds he summons five very different spirits—Sammy Davis Jr., Redd Foxx, Donny Osmond, F
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The Bullseye
BASEBALL: CARLOS E. SANTA MARIA/GETTY IMAGES; FOOTBALL: GETTY IMAGES; SOCCER BALL: MICHAEL A. KELLER; BASKETBALL: OCEAN; TENET: MELINDA SUE GORDON/WARNER BROS.; KAEPERNICK: MICHAEL ZAGARIS/SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS/GETTY IMAGES; DA 5 BLOODS: NETFLIX; LOVEC
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Movies
No stranger to playing heroes, whether speeding through Mad Max: Fury Road or swinging an ax in THE OLD GUARD, the 44-year-old icon reflects on the past, present, and hopeful future of Hollywood heroism I GREW UP AT A TIME WHEN THERE WEREN’T [many] s
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The eccentric superhero family has to save the world from the apocalypse—and get back to the future before it’s too late. LAST WE SAW THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY—ape-bodied leader Luther (Tom Hopper), street-smart vigilante Diego (David Casta-ñeda), powerfu
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Music
In an excerpt from THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT: HOW KENDRICK LAMAR IGNITED THE SOUL OF BLACK AMERICA, journalist Marcus J. Moore traces how the MC’s “Alright” became a new protest anthem. IN LATE JULY 2015, AMID INCREDIBLY HIGH tensions, a crowd of proteste
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Books
In his debut graphic novel, TRUNG LE NGUYEN uses fairy tales to teach us about heroism—and family. MOST COMICS TAKE ON ELEMENTS of the superhero genre, but Trung Le Nguyen wanted The Magic Fish to highlight a different kind of heroism: the generosity
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Dressed to Thrill
DAMI SALAKO / @cosplay.doctor CHARACTER Tia Dalma, Pirates of the Caribbean LOCATION Dallas STORY “My sewing capabilities are not that great,” admits Salako, whose favorite approach to costuming is finding, adapting, and repurposing existing pieces r
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Superhero Pets
Captain Marvel 2019 Goose, Brie Larson’s fluffy orange cat in Captain Marvel, isn’t technically a cat but actually a deadly, cat-shaped alien called a Flerken, with a sprawling mass of tentacles concealed in her belly. But like most feline companions
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Who Wants To Go To The Movies?
THE MOST IMPORTANT TAKES OF THE MONTH WOULD PEOPLE LEAVE THEIR homes to see an angry Russell Crowe? That’s the question Solstice Studios CEO Mark Gill prompted in May when his mini-studio announced that the release date for its first film, the Crowe-
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Sound Bites
THIS MONTH’S SHARPEST LINES INSECURE: MERIE W. WALLACE/HBO; RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE: VH1 (2); PALM SPRINGS: HULU; PSYCH 2: LASSIE COME HOME: JAMES DITTINGER/PEACOCK; A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: JACK ROWAND/ABC ■
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The Cars That Ate Hollywood
IN MARCH, SIBLING FILMMAKERS Brett and Drew Pierce thought their dream of seeing their low-budget horror movie The Wretched on big screens was over when the pandemic shuttered cinemas six weeks before the film’s planned release. Then the movie’s dist
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Editor's Note
WE HERE ON PLANET EARTH HAVE TAKEN A few knocks of late. Every day, we mainline outrages via the devious little devices that dominate our lives. On bad mornings, one may be tempted to greet the rising of the sun in the manner of the acid-tongued, ble
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Movies
THE COMEDIC SUPERSTAR, 38, GOES ALL-IN ON FAKE BEARDS, FERMENTATION, AND PLAYING DUAL ROLES IN HIS LATEST MOVIE, AN AMERICAN PICKLE By Leah Greenblatt An American Pickle (on HBO Max Aug. 6) is based on a story by Simon Rich about a man named Herschel
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The Must List
GAMES IT’S A GOOD TIME TO BE A GAME maker. Hollywood’s creative-industrial complex has been seriously disrupted, reducing the summer blockbuster season to a nonevent. Meanwhile, sheltering in place has juiced gaming sales—they hit a record-breaking $
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TV
NETWORK STARZ AIRS SUNDAYS TIME 8PM HOLLYWOOD GENERALLY LUMPS onscreen strippers into three categories: soul-broken victims, fur-draped divas, or dead-eyed set dressing. On P-Valley—an intricate, Southern-gothic-style saga based on Katori Hall’s 2015
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Thanks For The Memories
1922 – 2020 THERE WAS ALWAYS KINDNESS COMING THROUGH HIS affect. Even playing Alan Brady [on The Dick Van Dyke Show], he seemed like a friendly person. He had this adaptability and this willingness to keep working with new people. He was obviously re
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What to Watch
STREAMING • DISNEY+ Sam Rockwell is a gorilla named Ivan, Angelina Jolie is an elephant, Helen Mirren is a poodle, Chaka Khan is a chicken, and Bryan Cranston is…the misguided owner of the big-top communal habitat where they live. This CGI/live-actio
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Utopia
AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW OF YOUR NEXT OBSESSIONS EDITED BY → SARAH RODMAN  @SARAHARODMAN ASHLEIGH LATHROP & SASHA LANE THERE MAY NOT BE ANY IN-PERSON Comic-Con this summer, but Amazon Studios’ upcoming drama Utopia (based on the 2013 British series of th
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UPGRADE YOUR PB&J WITH THIS DELECTABLE PRESERVE BY JESSICA KOSLOW OF L.A.’S SQIRL RESTAURANT INGREDIENTS 4¾ lb. sour cherries2 tbsp. lemon juice6 cups plus 1 tbsp. sugar(makes about 5 half-pint jars) 1 / Put a plate in the freezer. 2 / Remove and dis
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I’m Thinking of Ending Things
JESSE PLEMONS & JESSIE BUCKLEY CHARLIE KAUFMAN ALWAYS TAKES his viewer on a ride, but I’m Thinking of Ending Things—his first live-action film in more than a decade—raises his obsession with subjective experience to bracing new levels. “I don’t set o
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Music
EIGHT YEARS AFTER HER LAST PROJECT—AND THREE DECADES INTO HER CAREER—THE SINGER-ACTRESS RETURNS WITH B7, HER MOST PERSONAL ALBUM YET By Sabrina Ford ON “NO TOMORROW,” A MINIMALIST cut off her new record, Brandy sings of acting on love with an apocaly
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Alright, Alright, Alright:
EW ALL-STARS MELISSA MAERZ WAS 15 WHEN she first saw Dazed and Confused, Richard Linklater’s beloved 1993 movie about a group of teens’ last day of high school. “Even though it’s set in the ’70s, I was watching as if it was a preview of my future,” s
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Books
YIYUN LI’S 15-YEAR CAREER BOASTS OVER A HALF-DOZEN BOOKS AND COUNTLESS AWARDS—HER LATEST, MUST I GO, ADDS TO A BODY OF PAINFULLY SEMIAUTOBIOGRAPHICAL WORK By David Canfield YIYUN LI IS REFLECTING ON THE MOST tragic moment in her life when her cockapo
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Movies
CARNIVAL ROW WRITER AND JOURNALIST MARC BERNARDIN REVIEWS THREE DISTINCTIVE NEW FILMS THAT TRACE BLACK LIFE IN AMERICA, PAST AND PRESENT BLACK CINEMA—AT LEAST THE black cinema funneled through a Hollywood system still controlled, for the most part, b
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TV
IN 2006, CREATOR LIZ TIGELAAR HEADED TO VANCOUVER TO SHOOT A PILOT ABOUT HOW OUR CHOICES DEFINE US. IT NEVER SAW THE LIGHT OF DAY. By Samantha Highfill LEAVE IT TO BATMAN TO INSPIRE A story about a high school girl. In 2005, Liz Tigelaar was just get
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What to Watch
STREAMING • DISNEY+ Do not throw away your shot to see Lin-Manuel Miranda’s genre-blending Broadway musical, moved from movie theaters into homes. Revolutionary in two ways, the electrifying production (with original cast members) re-examines and rei
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WITH RESTAURANT OPTIONS LIMITED, YOUR BEST BET MAY BE DINING AL FRESCO If quarantine has taught us anything, it’s that wine is essential. This stylish basket comes with a wine opener, a stopper, and four glasses—but we won’t tell if you pack only one
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Music
RADIO, TAPES, CDS, ITUNES, AND (FOR THE MOMENT) STREAMING COULDN’T KILL IT. BUT NOW THE LP BIZ—AND RECORD STORES—FACES ITS GREATEST CHALLENGE YET. By Tyler Aquilina AS FAR BACK AS THE 1920S, when the launch of radio first threatened the format’s domi
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