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Hard Acts to Follow
NO ONE PUTS ON A SHOW QUITE LIKE BROADWAY’S best, so it’s hardly surprising that the theater world’s biggest night—the Tony Awards—has gifted us with countless outstanding performances from the most talented entertainers to grace the stage. With the
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Monster Mash
“It’s hard for me to pull out one in particular from this movie because we had 56 completely different characters to do. We started in Los Angeles and brought everything up to Vancouver.” “He’s completely encrusted [by sea creatures] and was actually
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Bright Beauties
(played by Christina Applegate) ▸ She may be a hothead, but Jen’s signature beachy waves and soft, rosy glow are as easygoing—and universally flattering—as it gets. ▸ “Jen cries a lot on the show,” says Applegate’s makeup artist, Kim Greene, who keep
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Evan Evagora’s Melbourne
WHEN ACTOR EVAN EVAGORA MOVED ACROSS THE PACIFIC OCEAN FROM Melbourne to Los Angeles for CBS All Access’s Star Trek: Picard, he wasn’t exactly prepared for life in Southern California. “The weather is similar,” says Evagora, who plays Romulan refugee
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The Doctor Is In
JUST TWO AND A HALF YEARS AGO, ITO AGHAYERE WAS making her Broadway debut in Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Ayad Akhtar’s Junk, playing a financial shark killing it in a man’s world. Now, as Dr. Maya Jacobs, the no-nonsense chief resident on the h
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Watts Happening
“I’ve been listening to ‘I Saw the Light’ by Todd Rundgren. It has a good mellow flow and puts me in a good mood, like laying in the sunlight in the grass.” “The Oncle Jazz album by Men I Trust” “B-52’s ‘Wig’” “Any song by John Tejada” “‘If I Ever Fe
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Miranda Writes
“I WAS THE GIRL WHO SURVIVED.” So begins The Girl from Widow Hills, Megan Miranda’s thrillingly tense new novel about what it means to be famous for a trauma you don’t remember. The little girl in question is Arden Maynor, who sleepwalks into a storm
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Master Plan
WHEN ANDERS Weidemann was in his twenties backpacking across Asia, he stayed one night at a modest home that had been turned into a hotel. Although the proprietor had once lived there with his wife and two children, the man was now the sole occupant.
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7 Things That Make Me Smile
Twelve years ago when I moved from Toronto to New York, I would hear his songs on the radio and they would remind me of home. His music was about the hustle, and I’d be on the subway after a midnight set, and it was cold, and I didn’t have any friend
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Checklist
Pining for some sun, sand, and surf? Pier 1’s rattan furniture pieces bring a little sea breeze wherever you put them. Pour yourself a tropical cocktail, take a seat, and close your eyes—you’ll swear you can hear waves crashing. pier1.com Amp up your
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Dead Heat
THREE YEARS AGO, THE seasoned writer Liz Feldman (2 Broke Girls) was sitting in a pitch meeting with potential producers, bereft of ideas and motivation. She had recently turned 40, was four years into an ultimately unsuccessful quest to get pregnant
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24 Hours With … Lesley Stahl
6:00 A.M. On days I’m not traveling for work—which isn’t often—the dreaded alarm goes off and I drag myself into the bathroom to dress with the news on our little TV. After I feed our dog, Parker, I try to get through the papers—yes, real paper!—with
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On the Page
Stephen King The only thing better than having a new King story to dive into this summer is having four of them. Here, the author returns to novellas that include the title story and three others. Jennifer Weiner The bestselling author’s latest novel
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The Royal We
LONG BEFORE THEY BECAME THE MOST SUCCESSFUL husband-and-wife showrunner team on television, Michelle and Robert King were the keepers of a particularly juicy workplace secret. It was 1983, and Robert, a recent college graduate, had moved to Los Angel
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It’s Kind of a Funny Story
SOME ACTORS DREAM OF awards and accolades; Nyambi Nyambi covets another prize. “I would love to one day own the first printing of the very first issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” says the star of CBS All Access’s The Good Fight, referring to th
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RACHEL CLARKE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MICHAEL RIZZI PUBLISHER LINDSAY BROWN EXECUTIVE EDITOR ED MANN CREATIVE DIRECTOR CHRISTOPHER ROSS DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY REBECCA ASCHER-WALSH FEATURES DIRECTOR SASHA CHARNIN MORRISON STYLE DIRECTOR MONA BUEHLER DIRECTOR
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In the Zone
THE TWILIGHT ZONE—EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY WRITER AND NARRATOR Jordan Peele and Simon Kinberg—returns for its second season, boasting a dazzling array of guest stars. With all 10 episodes dropping at once, get ready for a binge that’s out of this world.
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In the Stars
LINDA CARDELLINI’S sun is in compassionate and caring Cancer, which makes her sensitive and intuitive with a deep commitment to home and family. Her moon in earthy Capricorn provides discipline, integrity, and a powerful work ethic. Mars and Jupiter
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Shine
Editor’s Note: Interviews took place before COVID-19 took hold in the United States. ■
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Show Her The Money
KIRSTEN DUNST SOUNDS REMARKABLY UPBEAT FOR A woman whose day job revolves around a multibillion-dollar pyramid scheme. “It’s freeing for me to awaken some of those darker elements within,” she says, and clearly it’s working. Dunst’s new SHOWTIME dark
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Photo Credits
(p. 32-33) Mankiewicz, Weidemann: Cara Robbins/Contour by Getty Images (2); others: CBS (7). (p. 35) All: Getty Images. Clockwise from top left: Steve Granitz; Roy Rochlin; NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal; Presley Ann; Cliff Lipson/CBS; LISA O’CONNOR/AF
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Contributors
1 The opportunity to visit Michelle and Robert King’s offices and writers’ room was a treat for photographer Jason Schmidt, a self-professed “great fan” of The Good Fight (“The Royal We,” p. 100). “Seeing various plotlines and characters on notes and
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The Kings’ Treasures
BrainDead This quirky 2016 sci-fi satire, which ran for one season, put Tony Shalhoub and Mary Elizabeth Winstead into the deliciously out-there premise that asked: What if the bipartisan tension in Washington, D.C., was caused by a race of extraterr
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Parent Rap
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Lights, Camera, Fashion!
THE PREMISE OF Why Women Kill may be slightly dark—three women living in different time periods must cope with infidelity and betrayal in their marriages—but the characters’ wardrobes serve as constant inspiration for dressing with cheerful confidenc
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The Path to God
“I was such a self-assured little thing. I can now step back and be impressed that an 11-year-old child did that. The capability that I had at that age or that any good young actor has, it’s awe inspiring.” “It’s the movie people quote to me the most
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Super-fit FBI star Zeeko Zaki opens up about his 100-pound weight-loss transformation and what motivates him to work out. From her acting inspiration to vacation goals, get to know Amelia Heinle of The Young and the Restless. Get to know Tristin Mays
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Play
Editor’s Note: Interviews took place before COVID-19 took hold in the United States. ■
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In Full Color
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State Of Grace
IT’S A FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT THE ED SULLIVAN THEATER in Midtown Manhattan. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert has been off the air for a few nights, but the busy offices still hum with staff preparations for next week’s episodes. Stephen Colbert—clad i
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