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Dustin Milligan
How did you get cast? DUSTIN MILLIGAN I live in Los Angeles, and Dan Levy also was living in Los Angeles at the time. We have this Canadian actors’ circle around the city, where we meet in secret and talk about how we’re going to overthrow the entire
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Videogames
WHAT HAS BEEN KEEPING GEORGE R.R. MARTIN SO BUSY? HE’S HELPING BUILD THE MOST ANTICIPATED GAME OF THE YEAR. By Evan Lewis The Tarnished steps into the light of a vast open world and is immediately chided by a man who informs him, rather disinterested
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Corey Stoll
1 On Billions, you play a billionaire investor. What’s the worst investment you’ve ever made? Well, I put down $100 on a Tesla and then decided not to buy it. So I lost that down payment! 2 As a Law & Order veteran, what other alum is your dream part
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Best Picture
THE RADIOHEAD GUITARIST AND FILM COMPOSER TALKS ABOUT HIS THREE MOVIES IN THE RACE: THE POWER OF THE DOG, SPENCER, AND LICORICE PIZZA. BY JOSHUA ROTHKOPF The unlikeliest of guitar heroes, Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood doesn’t show off. He’s never going
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A family Affair
“IT WAS A FRIGHTENING PROSPECT TO RAISE OUR KIDS IN HOLLYWOOD,” Eugene Levy, 75, recalls of the decision to move back to Toronto from Los Angeles in 1992. And yet after a career heading up Christopher Guest ensemble films, Levy is now likely to be mo
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Moira Rose
IN 2020 CATHERINE O’HARA CREATED a small stir by re-creating a moment from her work in Home Alone 2 in a TikTok tribute to John Hughes. She nailed it, of course, but for some Schitt’s Creek fans this was the first time they’d connected the dots that
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Best Supporting Actress
OPPOSITE WILL SMITH, ELLIS’ FIERCE AND TENDER ORACENE WILLIAMS GIVES KING RICHARD ITS FIREWORKS. BY DEREK LAWRENCE Forget about her excitement to be in the awards conversation: Aunjanue Ellis is thrilled just to be having a conversation. “This could
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Books
by Rachel Hawkins If Lord of the Flies and A Simple Favor got together, you’d have something akin to this gothic thriller set in the deceptively inviting climes of a South Pacific island. When best friends Amma and Brittany hire Lux McAllister and he
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Season 2 PUTTING DOWN ROOTS
DAVID DIDN’T MAKE IT FAR IN Roland’s truck: It ran out of gas at a nearby Amish farm. His family tracks him down, and Moira—reunited with her precious brown crocodile bag that David absconded with—issues this gem: “What you did was impulsive, caprici
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Binge with EW!
Want more great content from Schitt’s Creek’s creators? Join EW’s Binge podcast for exclusives from every season and interviews with the cast! ■
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Here We Go Again (and Again)
Darren Franich The Revival Age started the way people go bankrupt: gradually, then suddenly. There was that time Andy Dick played Don Adams’ son on the mid-’90s Get Smart. A pre-superhero CW greenlit 90210 and Melrose Place (not the last time an iden
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ROLAND & JOCELYN SCHITT
ROLAND AND JOCELYN SCHITT ARE the town’s power couple, and they rule over Schitt’s Creek from a place of benevolence, whether it’s hosting dinner parties with Jocelyn’s famous cheeseballs, loaning out Roland’s truck (with very specific conditions) or
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The Must List
Is it too early to crown 2022’s best new show? Hulu’s outrageous limited series chronicles the release of Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson’s stolen sex tape. Stars Sebastian Stan and Lily James shock and awe in this steamy, hilarious, but ultimately par
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Dan Levy
Who’s up for some bacon and eggs?! Levy recently inked a deal with HBO Max to produce and host a cooking competition series called The Big Brunch, debuting in 2022, which will highlight up-and-comers in the culinary space (and surely put the menu at
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Catherine O’Hara
What is it like to work with Eugene as scene partners? CATHERINE O’HARA I love Eugene—he and Daniel are lovely gentlemen. They’re so easy to be with and set a lovely tone for everyone, on and off the set. Everyone cares about the work and I do too, a
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West Side Story 2021
Whether on stage or screen, West Side Story’s “Somewhere”—and its plaintive yearning for a place without prejudice—is an indelible part of the musical-theater canon. Undergirded by Leonard Bernstein’s haunting melody and Stephen Sondheim’s urgent lyr
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Top of His Game
IT’S ONE OF THOSE ENDLESS BLUE-HAZE DAYS IN LOS ANGELES, and Ben Affleck is leaning back on the diving board of a borrowed Bel Air estate to catch the sun, his long torso arced like a bell curve. For a moment it seems like he might actually fall in,
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Season 4 FOLLOW YOUR HEART
ALEXIS’S MATURATION DOESN’T stop with her high school diploma. The former dilettante continues her strut into adulthood by enrolling in the local college, where she earns a degree in marketing and (oh, the killer typo) “pubic” relations. Along the wa
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Audio Digest
In this audio edition, we look at some of the biggest contenders vying for gold during this year's awards season. First, Paul Thomas Anderson, writer-director of Licorice Pizza, takes us on a cinematic tour of his 25 years filming Los Angeles. Then,
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Look Who’s Talking
Sharon Osbourne has decided to un-cancel herself. After getting the boot from The Talk in March for clashing on screen (and off) with cohost Sheryl Underwood, the 69-year-old will launch her own show on PodcastOne later this quarter that will feature
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Animal Collective
ALBUM TIME SKIFFS GENRE EXPERIMENTAL LABEL DOMINO REVIEW BY LARRY FITZMAURICE The far-flung experimental quartet Animal Collective have always marched to the beat of their own delightfully weird drum, with 2009’s landmark Merriweather Post Pavilion t
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The Close Up
The four-time Academy Award nominee takes a rare break to preview his packed 2022—and reflect on finally embracing his inner villain BY > DEREK LAWRENCE For the first time in a year, Ethan Hawke is unemployed. His rescue mutts Georgia and Jett are th
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Meet The Town Council
MOIRA SARCASTICALLY REFERS TO Ronnie as “the queen of triple entendres,” but this member of town council and the Jazzagals doesn’t need to do more than raise her eyebrows and blink slowly to express that the people around her are acting irrationally.
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Dan Levy
Where did you get the idea for Schitt’s Creek? DAN LEVY It came from being a terrible auditioner.… I’ve always been a pretty ambitious person and thought, “If I’m not going to get [a job] in an audition room, I’m going to get it a different way.” So
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Best Actress
STILL GOING STRONG AFTER SEVEN FILMS, THE DIRECTOR AND MUSE DISCUSS THE SECRETS TO THEIR 25-YEAR-LONG RELATIONSHIP—AND THEIR LATEST MOVIE, PARALLEL MOTHERS. BY NICK ROMANO After 2019’s Oscar-nominated Pain and Glory, what was your mindset about what
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Paradise Found
LISPENARD STREET IS PRECIOUS to Hanya Yanagihara fans. Though it’s just two blocks long, the abbreviated thoroughfare along the border of New York City’s Tribeca, SoHo, and Chinatown neighborhoods is the site of pilgrimage for dedicated readers of 20
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Stevie Budd
A DROLL VOICE OF REASON HOLDING forth from behind the motel desk, Stevie sarcastically calls the Roses out on all of their absurdities. David is her fondest target, whether she’s informing him that he can find the business center next to the Hammam s
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Ted Mullens
TED IS A PARADIGM OF PATIENCE. He also loves the animals he tends to as a veterinarian, volunteers with the elderly, bakes Christmas cookies and unflinchingly combs lice out of Alexis’s hair, all the while riffng through a seemingly endless parade of
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Eugene Levy
Let’s talk about your work with Catherine O’Hara. EUGENE LEVY What can I say? How long have we been working together now, 40 years? There’s a comfort factor there that makes it almost, you know, real in a way.… And we played couples in so many projec
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The Bullseye
*Dual Income, No Kids. You know, the people who spent the pandemic in their second home doing hobbies. THE WOMAN IN THE HOUSE ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE GIRL IN THE WINDOW: COLLEEN E. HAYES/NETFLIX; SHEPARD: TAYLOR HILL/FILMMAGIC; LOVE IS BLIND, TOO
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