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Netflix Star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan Will Never Say Never

Never Have I Ever’s leading lady talks going from study halls to headlining Mindy Kaling’s sitcom practically overnight.
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Lourdes Leon Is Ready to Express Herself

Madonna’s eldest daughter on joining Instagram, her dream dinner with Rasputin, and her first boyfriend, Timothée Chalamet.
The Show Must Go On

Exclusive: Inside the Surprising Plan To Transform the Oscars

Oscar producers Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher, and Jesse Collins open up about their vision for an upbeat, cinematic ceremony—and how planning it is like “trying to build a house of cards on the deck of a speeding boat.”
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Evan Mock Says the Next-Gen Gossip Girl Is “Blunt” and “Woke”

The model, surfer, and skater on his acting debut, his friendship with Bieber, and his perfect date.
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New World, New Vision: The Rise of Phil Sun

The talent manager is on the phone with Michael B. Jordan right now—or maybe Idris Elba, Gemma Chan, or Donald Glover.
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Michael B. Jordan on Losing Chadwick Boseman and Finding Denzel Washington

“He did more in his 43 years of life than most people have done in a lifetime,” Jordan says of his Black Panther costar.
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Hunter Schafer Is Making the Television She Wants to Watch

The actor on fame, Euphoria, and writing her own stories.
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Michael Gandolfini on Playing a Young Tony Soprano

The star of The Many Saints of Newark and Cherry opens up about self-doubt and advice from his dad.
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Even Over Zoom, George Clooney Brings the Charm

Inside the Museum of Modern Art and Chanel’s virtual evening with Clooney and a bevy of his friends and costars—from Julianna Margulies to David Letterman.
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Chloe Fineman Is Stealing the Show

The SNL comedian talks working with Adele and hearing from the subjects of her impressions, from Reese Witherspoon to Tomi Lahren.
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Jacob Elordi Is a Classic Romantic

The Euphoria and Deep Water star talks dating in the public eye, playing opposite Ben Affleck, and his admiration for Zendaya.
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TikTok Bad Boys and the Party Police

After a series of wild, potentially dangerous bashes in Los Angeles, the city is cracking down on some social media superstars.
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Ariana DeBose Stars in the Buzziest New Musicals

The Tony-nominated actor talks The Prom, West Side Story, and Hamilton.
Portrait of the Artist

The Photography of Gregory Crewdson—And Why Cate Blanchett Is Here for It

The artist talks to V.F. (and the Oscar winner herself) about capturing a movie’s worth of storytelling in every image.
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Kingsley Ben-Adir Is the Hero We Need

The London–born actor on playing Malcolm X and Barack Obama.
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Chloe x Halle Get Their Best Advice From Beyoncé

The R&B duo on their new album, their activism, and the “no-scroll” rule.
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Maya Hawke on Her Debut Album

The Stranger Things star talks writing songs between sets and family jam sessions with her dad, Ethan Hawke.
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How Hollywood Turned Into a Ghost Town

No hugging, no power-dining, and not a red carpet in sight. As the Tower Bar reopens after a three-month hiatus, V.F. examines what happens when an industry built on seeing and being seen goes into quarantine.
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Shelter From the Storm

Zoë Kravitz, Pamela Adlon, Patrick Stewart—and nine more of TV’s most arresting actors—share their screens, stories, and stay-at-home secrets in a portfolio directed by Jackie Nickerson.
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Jerry Harris Is the Feel-Good Star We Need Right Now

The breakout star of Netflix’s Cheer shares some motivating “mat talk” for enduring the pandemic and reveals what’s next for Navarro’s cheerleading squad.