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Little Gold Men

Abbott Elementary’s Success Is Just the Beginning for Quinta Brunson

On this week’s Little Gold Men, the creator and star of ABC’s hit comedy reflects on the show’s seven Emmy nominations and what comes next in season two.
Review

The Gray Man Lets Ryan Gosling Have a Little Fun

A lighter turn from an often brooding actor enlivens a standard action film. 
S’ALL GOOD, MAN

Better Call Saul Season 6, Episode 9 Recap: Jimmy Is Dead—Long Live Saul!

Gus flirts, Mike confides, Cheryl suspects, Kim packs it in, and Jimmy finally transforms.
The Snyder Cut

Snyder Cut Army Reportedly Buoyed by Bots and Fake Accounts

A report from Rolling Stone alleges that #ReleaseTheSnyderCut was bolstered by “a disproportionate number of bogus accounts.”
in memoriam

Comedian Jak Knight’s Death Has Been Ruled a Suicide

The Big Mouth writer and star died in Los Angeles last week at age 28.
on the scene

Nope Star Daniel Kaluuya Is Jordan Peele’s “Favorite Actor in the World”

Catching up with Peele and Kaluuya at the premiere of their latest collaboration, the mysterious sci-fi thriller Nope.
no vacancy

The White Lotus Season 2 First Footage Teases Another Character Return

Jennifer Coolidge is checking into the HBO anthology’s Sicily-set season…but who could be joining her?
end of an era

Desus & Mero Has Officially Ended 

The late night Showtime series will not return for a fifth season. 
miami vice

Rap Sh!t: Aida Osman’s Divine Journey to Issa Rae’s New Show

The rising star talks about working with Issa Rae, obsessing over Solange, and the thrill of making Rap Sh!t. 
let it rip

The Bear: Out to Lunch With Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri

Over an Italian feast, the duo talks about the show’s runaway success, what they really thought of the finale, and all those saucy, Carmy-obsessed tweets.
into the marsh

Where the Crawdads Sing: The 4 Biggest Changes From Book to Movie

The big-screen adaptation of Delia Owens’s hit novel alters a bit of Kya’s journey, including that pivotal ending.
no laughing matter

Craig Robinson Cancels Comedy Show After Active Shooter Found at Venue

The comedian was set to perform at the Comedy Zone in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday night when a gunman opened fire.
The Boss Baby

Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa Are Instagram Official Grandparents

Their firefighter son and his partner have given birth to a baby girl.
southern discomfort

Where the Crawdads Sing: Why Author Delia Owens Is Wanted for Questioning in a Real-Life Killing

Nearly three decades ago, Owens and her family may have been entangled in a killing that eerily echoes throughout her best-selling novel. Here’s everything you need to know about the controversy.
Awards

Julia Roberts Announced as Winner of Academy Museum's Icon Award 

The rom-con queen will be honored at a celebrity-studded gala this fall. 
coming out

Stranger Things’ Noah Schnapp Confirms Will Is “Gay and Does Love Mike”

In a new interview, the actor also teased a season 5 coming out scene and apologized to Doja Cat for sharing their DMs.
Review

Nathan Fielder Can’t Stop Faking It in The Rehearsal

Can you practice your way to a perfect life? Fielder uses HBO's money to find out.
In Conversation

John Cho Has Entered His DILF Era

“I have found myself speaking about issues of race—often against my will—it seems like for all my career,” says the actor. But his latest film, Don’t Make Me Go, cares less about identity than everything else.
mental health

Constance Wu Says She Attempted Suicide After Fresh Off the Boat Tweets Stoked Ire

“When a few DMs from a fellow Asian actress told me I’d become a blight on the Asian American community, I started feeling like I didn’t even deserve to live anymore,” Wu wrote on Thursday. 
Awards Insider!

How Did Yellowstone, America’s Most Popular Show, Get Totally Ignored by the Emmys?

Taylor Sheridan’s universe of shows is a juggernaut, but awards still go to “stuff that appeals to the coastal elite.”
to be (or not to be) perceived

Persuasion and the Risky Business of Breaking the Fourth Wall

Netflix’s take on a Jane Austen classic has its heroine talk directly to the camera—but does that device actually speak to us anymore?
Little Gold Men

50 Years Into Her Career, Lesley Manville “Couldn’t Be More Busy If I Tried”

The Oscar nominee and Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris star on playing Mike Leigh’s muse, making Paul Thomas Anderson laugh, and savoring one of her richest roles ever.
EXCLUSIVE

Robert Downey Jr. Has Supported Armie Hammer Through Crisis

A source close to Hammer tells Vanity Fair that the Iron Man actor, who has been through recovery himself, paid for Hammer’s nearly six-month rehab stay.