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Sep 25, 2020

If Kajillionaire Is Weighed Down by Stylistic Quirks, Gina Rodriguez Brings It Back Into the Realm of the Human
Like all of Miranda July's movies, it's a heavily stylized ode to human connection, and Rodriguez is key to bringing that humanity

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Sep 25, 2020

‘Track the Problem.' Ibram X. Kendi on Using Data to Dismantle Structural Racism
The historian and writer Ibram X. Kendi, whose research and work on antiracism have risen to the forefront amid a worldwide reckoning over systemic racism, was named as one of TIME's most influential people of 2020. Speaking at a TIME100 Talks broadcast that aired Friday, Kendi emphasized the importance of keeping the focus on his…

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Sep 25, 2020

‘There's a Lot of Power in Talking About Ugly Stuff.' Amber Ruffin on Debuting Her New Late-Night Show at a Dark Moment
The 'Late Night With Seth Meyers' writer is set to debut her new show on Peacock

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Sep 25, 2020

The First Black Miss World Looks Back on Her Tumultuous Win 50 Years Later
Jennifer Hosten, whose story is told in the new movie 'Misbehaviour,' looks back on a contest disrupted by a women's liberation protest and tainted by the racist reception to her win

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Sep 25, 2020

In FX's A Wilderness of Error, Errol Morris Investigates a Notoriously Tough Murder Case
The iconic documentarian steps in front of the camera for this FX docuseries about the 50-year-old MacDonald murders

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Sep 24, 2020

The Trial of the Chicago 7 Is as Entertaining—and Galvanizing—as Anything You'll See This Year
Aaron Sorkin's Netflix courtroom drama about a group of anti-war activists is richly layered and attuned to small-d democratic ideals

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Sep 24, 2020

‘Materialistic Things Take a Backseat.' Emilia Clarke on Hope and Empathy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Emilia Clarke—known for displaying strength as Daenerys Targaryen and exuding warmth in movies like Last Christmas and Me Before You—is no stranger to hospitals and healthcare workers. After suffering two brain aneurysms starting in 2011, her road to recovery brought her to a deep appreciation for the care she received during her journey back to…

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Sep 24, 2020

Amazon's Pandemic Conspiracy Thriller Utopia Is the Wrong Show at the Wrong Time
Gillian Flynn's latest project is an ultra-violent show set in a pandemic-stricken U.S. where conspiracy theories come true. Yikes

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Sep 24, 2020

The 2020 Election Is Around the Corner—But TV Is Still Trying to Make Sense of the Last One
Jeff Daniels plays James Comey in a miniseries that isn't even TV's best effort this week to explain the 2016 election

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Sep 24, 2020

‘A Lot of Drama, a Lot of Competition, Boys.' K-Pop Star Jessica Jung on Using Her Life in Her New Novel
Jessica Jung has a wealth of experience when it comes to shining onstage as a K-pop star. Rachel Kim? Not so much—yet. Kim, a 17-year-old Korean American vying for the opportunity to debut in a girl group, is the protagonist of Jung's upcoming novel Shine, out Sept. 29. It's no coincidence that Rachel's life mirrors…

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Sep 23, 2020

‘I'm Really Glad We're Now Allowed to Not Just "Shut Up and Sing."‘ The Chicks on Music, Sexism and Democracy
"I'm glad people like Taylor Swift are coming into their own"

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Sep 23, 2020

The Best Politics Podcasts to Help You Make Sense of the 2020 Election
From Left, Right & Center to In the Thick, here are the best podcasts to listen to ahead of the 2020 election

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Sep 23, 2020

A New Book Chronicles Kobe Bryant's Early-Career Cruelty. Here's Why It's Important to Talk About
Three-Ring Circus, from author Jeff Pearlman, was reported and written before Bryant's death

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Sep 22, 2020

See Highlights From TIME's ABC Broadcast Revealing the 100 Most Influential People of the Year
The event featured a message from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, as well as performances from The Weeknd and Halsey

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Sep 22, 2020

J Balvin Discusses Paving the Way for a New Generation of Reggaeton and Latin Music Artists
The Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin was named one of TIME's 100 most influential people Tuesday night.

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Sep 22, 2020

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Are Inspired By Their Kids' ‘Moments of Bravery'
"We are so blessed to be in a household where we have free children"

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Sep 22, 2020

JoJo Siwa Says Today's Kids Inspire Her to Keep Having Fun
The teen star says she looks up to the very same kids she's entertaining

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Sep 22, 2020

Michael B. Jordan on How Justice Is Central to His Work: ‘It Makes Me Want to Work Harder'
The "Black Panther" star is a member of the 2020 Time100. He talked about how justice is central to his work

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Sep 21, 2020

Fox's Filthy Rich Is the Big, Silly Primetime Soap Opera We Need Right Now
This chronicle of a super-rich televangelist family offers an ideal mix of self-aware sudsiness and addictive drama

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Sep 21, 2020

The 2020 Emmys Were a Comforting Dose of Normalcy at a Scarily Abnormal Time
The 2020 Emmys had to be different. Such is, of course, the reality for all awards shows right now. But the TV Academy's annual self-congratulations ritual was begging for a revamp long before COVID-19 hit

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Sep 20, 2020

See All the Winners of the 2020 Emmys
Nominees at the socially-distanced 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards included Jennifer Aniston, Don Cheadle, Brian Cox and Regina King

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Sep 19, 2020

‘The Only Person I Have Loved.' Inside Ruth Bader Ginsburg's History-Shaping Marriage of Equals
"Marty Ginsburg was the first boy I met who cared that I had a brain"

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Sep 18, 2020

Everything You Need to Know About Nurse Ratched Before Watching the New Netflix Show
The iconic villain from 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' gets a new origin story starring Sarah Paulson

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Sep 18, 2020

What Would a Biden Presidency Look Like? Obama's White House Photographer Picks Six Photos That Offer Clues
Pete Souza, the subject of the new documentary 'The Way I See It,' reflects on his observations of Joe Biden during his years photographing him alongside President Obama

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Sep 18, 2020

Janelle Monáe Is Electrifying in the Cathartic Fantasy-Horror Antebellum
Monáe plays a writer who has been dropped into a nightmare that looks an awful lot like real-life American history

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Sep 17, 2020

Forrest Gump Author Winston Groom Dies at 77
Mayor Karin Wilson of Fairhope, Alabama, said in a message posted on social media that Groom had died in that south Alabama town

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Sep 17, 2020

Cheer Star Jerry Harris Arrested on Child Pornography Charges
According to the complaint, Harris admitted that he had asked a teen to send him explicit photographs via Snapchat

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Sep 17, 2020

These Afro-Latino Actors Are Pushing Back Against Erasure in Hollywood
Gina Torres, Dascha Polanco, Laz Alonso, Amara La Negra and Sarunas Jackson convened for a roundtable to discuss Afro-Latino representation—and what must happen to enact positive change

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Sep 16, 2020

Here's Who Will Win—and Who Should—at the 2020 Emmys
The producers are going to great lengths to ensure that the program feels like a Hollywood production more than a three-hour Zoom meeting. But will the winners be as much of a surprise as the format?

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Sep 16, 2020

The Devil All the Time Is an Awful Pileup of Awful People Doing Awful Things
Netflix's Southern Gothic seems to relish in human evil, for no reason other than to prove how wretched humans can be

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Sep 16, 2020

‘It's Going to Take a Long, Long Time.' How the Uproar Over a Bollywood Lyric About Beyoncé Fits Into the Fight Against Colorism in India
"Changing a word is fairly easy to do...but changing how the heroines look, that will not be immediate."

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Sep 16, 2020

Parasite Star Park So-dam on Life Since the Oscars and New Korean Drama Record of Youth
Before the coronavirus pandemic brought the global entertainment industry largely to a standstill, the world watched as the ensemble cast from Bong Joon-ho's Parasite took the stage at the 92nd Academy Awards to receive the Best Picture award. The dark comedy-thriller made history as the first non-English language film to take home the big prize.…

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Sep 15, 2020

The CFDA Awards' Most Diverse Year Ever Signals a Larger Shift in the Fashion Industry
Fashion historian and curator Darnell-Jamal Lisby says that, while the diversity of these wins is historic for the CFDA specifically, the selection of winners is also an indicator of something changing throughout the industry

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Sep 15, 2020

‘More Fuel to the Fire.' Trans and Non-Binary Authors Respond to Controversy Over J.K. Rowling's New Novel
The last 48 hours have been full of conflicting emotions for Marieke Nijkamp. A New York Times bestselling author, Nijkamp's new novel, a YA thriller titled Even If We Break, was published Tuesday. It's Nijkamp's third novel, and their first to include a non-binary protagonist, which makes the book "very special" to them, as Nijkamp…

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Sep 14, 2020

HBO's The Third Day Is a Riveting Psychological Thriller and a Stunning Showcase for Jude Law
If you've seen 'The Wicker Man,' you can probably guess that things only get weirder once the characters arrive on a mysterious island

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Sep 14, 2020

Luca Guadagnino's HBO Drama We Are Who We Are Is Heady, Gorgeous—and Strangely Inert
The show develops characters and relationships to the near exclusion of plot

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Sep 14, 2020

Perfume Brand Jo Malone Says Cutting Black Actor John Boyega From Its Ad Was a Misstep
It's not the first time Boyega has been deleted from a China-based ad

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Sep 13, 2020

Netflix's Reed Hastings on Rejecting Brilliant Jerks, the Power of Big Vacations, and Spending $15 Billion on Content
The streaming company has benefitted from lockdown bingeing

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Sep 11, 2020

Frances McDormand Anchors Nomadland, a Quietly Powerful Vision of What America Ought to Be
Frances McDormand stars in Chloé Zhao's perceptive and cogent fall festival standout about a woman who is houseless, but not homeless

Time Entertainment
Sep 11, 2020

Sigrid Nunez's New Novel Paints a Beautiful Portrait of Pain and Loss
It's September 2017, and an unnamed middle-aged writer attends a lecture at a college. Her ex-boyfriend, an author, is speaking about the bleak future of humankind. He presents the growing threats to civilization—cyber-terrorism, climate change, global jihadism—and offers no sense of hope. "It was too late, we had dithered too long," he says. "Our society…

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Sep 11, 2020

I'm a Muslim Iranian-American With a Sept. 11 Birthday. Here's How I've Come to Terms With My Identity
My ninth birthday fell on a school day, a bright and clear-skied Tuesday in September. I expected my mom to bring cupcakes to school during lunch, a tradition I loved because for one day each year, I knew I wouldn't have to feel like the weird bookworm, the Iranian American, the outsider who couldn't kick…

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Sep 11, 2020

Unpregnant Is a Spirited Comedy About a Woman's Right to Choose
In the new HBO Max movie, Haley Lu Richardson plays a 17-year-old who has to cross three state lines to get an abortion

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Sep 11, 2020

TV's 10 Best Teen Dramas of All Time, Ranked
Pandemic-related changes to the new school year are enough to make anyone long for a dose of teenage normalcy

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Sep 10, 2020

A ‘Publicity Stunt' or a ‘Huge Step'? Hollywood Is Divided on the Oscars' New Diversity Rules
Some are accusing the Academy of stifling creativity, while others fear the new rules won't improve representation at all

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Sep 10, 2020

Game of Thrones, Avengers Star Diana Rigg Dies at 82
Rigg's agent said she died of cancer Thursday morning at home

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Sep 10, 2020

Poet Claudia Rankine on Just Us and Unearthing the Raw Truths of Anti-Black Racism
The author and poet Claudia Rankine witnessed the collective muted response after James Byrd Jr. was dragged to death along an asphalt road in Texas in 1998. She watched widespread resistance rise against the nascent Black Lives Matter movement in 2013 and 2014 following the murder of Trayvon Martin. Whenever she wrote books or essays…

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Sep 10, 2020

Kool & the Gang Co-Founder Ronald ‘Khalis' Bell Dies at 68
Bell wrote and composed some of Kool & the Gang's biggest songs including "Celebration," "Cherish," "Jungle Boogie" and "Summer Madness"

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Sep 09, 2020

The 33 Most Anticipated Movies of Fall 2020
From "Mulan" to "Wonder Woman 1984," here are the most anticipated movies hitting streaming services (and maybe theaters) this fall

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Sep 09, 2020

The 34 Most Anticipated Movies of Fall 2020
From "Mulan" to "Wonder Woman 1984," here are the most anticipated movies hitting streaming services (and maybe theaters) this fall

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Sep 09, 2020

The 35 Most Anticipated Movies of Fall 2020
From "Mulan" to "Wonder Woman 1984," here are the most anticipated movies hitting streaming services (and maybe theaters) this fall

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Sep 06, 2020

Christopher Nolan's Tenet Rakes in $20.2M as Americans Slowly Return to Theaters
More Americans went to the movies this weekend than they have in nearly six months

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Sep 04, 2020

‘This Film Is Sounding an Alarm.' What Cuties Director Maïmouna Doucouré Wants Critics to Know About Her New Film
Maïmouna Doucouré did not imagine that her award-winning debut feature film—a coming-of-age tale drawn from her personal experiences—would spark international controversy and calls for a boycott. "For me, this film is sounding an alarm," the French Senegalese director tells TIME, ahead of the worldwide release of Cuties on Netflix on Sept. 9. "This film tries…

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Sep 04, 2020

The Controversial Origins of the Story Behind Mulan
Featuring intense action sequences and sweeping cinematography, the latest Mulan trailer shows the titular heroine vowing to "bring honor to us all," leading an army of men into battle against fierce opponents. The live-action movie has faced a battle of its own: originally scheduled for cinematic release in March, Mulan was delayed due to the…

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Sep 03, 2020

The Live-Action Mulan Is Gorgeous to Look At, Yet Fails to Soar as It Should
This 'Mulan' ticks every box, which may be the problem, writes TIME's Stephanie Zacharek

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Sep 03, 2020

The 42 Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2020
For the publishing industry, the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic meant that many books slated for spring and summer of this year were moved to the fall. Now, the last months of 2020 will feature an abundance of new work from some of the world's most celebrated authors. There's Elena Ferrante's first novel in…

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Sep 03, 2020

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 2, a Nostalgia Trip With Plenty of Growth, Is Right at Home in 2020
We talked to Hawk about staying true to form while evolving to meet a new generational moment

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Sep 03, 2020

I'm Thinking of Ending Things May Be Based on a Novel, But It's All About Charlie Kaufman
It is another invitation into Kaufman's own brain, TIME's Stephanie Zacharek writes

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Sep 03, 2020

24 Essential Works of Black Cinema Recommended by Black Directors
From 'Daughters of the Dust' to 'Killer of Sheep'

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Sep 03, 2020

‘Civil Disobedience Has to Become the New Norm.' Jane Fonda on the Fight Against Climate Change
Jane Fonda wants to teach you about climate change. In the fall of 2019, Fonda regularly convened with fellow climate activists—and some of her Hollywood friends—on the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building to call for a Green New Deal and other government action on climate change. The protests, which she called "Fire Drill Fridays,"…

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Sep 03, 2020

The Rock and His Family Tested Positive for the Coronavirus
The actor said he along with his wife, Lauren Hashian, and two young daughters contracted the virus, but have now recovered.

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Sep 02, 2020

‘We Definitely Feel That' Say BTS on Gaining Respect in the U.S.
Song "Dynamite" debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. music charts this week, making BTS the first Korean pop act to top the chart.

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Sep 02, 2020

17 Great Movies You May Have Missed This Summer
From a documentary about the ACLU to a horror movie about Zoom, a reimagining of the Joan of Arc story to a comedy about a sexual awakening in Catholic school

Time Entertainment
Sep 01, 2020

What's 2020's Song of the Summer—If There Even Is One?
The charts say one thing, but our hearts say another

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Aug 31, 2020

The 6 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in August 2020
A traditionally sleepy month for the small screen instead offered up a cornucopia of delightful, relatively light new viewing options

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Aug 31, 2020

Here's Everything New on Netflix in September 2020—And What's Leaving
From 'Ratcher' to 'Enola Holmes', here's what to watch this month on Netflix

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Aug 31, 2020

Here's What's New on Amazon Prime in September 2020
From 'Judy' to 'Antebellum,' here's what to stream on Amazon Prime this month.

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Aug 31, 2020

These Are the Best and Worst Moments From the 2020 MTV VMAs
Lady Gaga took centerstage in the first major U.S. live awards show to air in the age of COVID-19.

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Aug 30, 2020

Tweet Confirming Chadwick Boseman's Death Is Now the Most ‘Liked' of All Time
The tweet surpassed an August 2017 post from former President Obama, in the aftermath of violence in Charlottesville, Va.

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Aug 30, 2020

ABC to Air ‘Black Panther' as Tribute to Chadwick Boseman
The film will be followed by an ABC News Special, "Chadwick Bosmeman: A Tribute for a King"

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Aug 29, 2020

Chadwick Boseman, Who Died at 43, Brought Joy and Taught Us About Ourselves. All While Quietly Fighting for His Life
Chadwick Boseman brought joy and taught us about ourselves. All while quietly fighting for his life

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Aug 29, 2020

The Best TikTok Dances of 2020 So Far
From the WAP Challenge to the Savage dance

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Aug 28, 2020

Black Panther Star Chadwick Boseman Dies of Cancer at 43
The 'Black Panther' star was diagnosed with colon cancer four years ago, his family said

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Aug 28, 2020

Showtime's Love Fraud Is the Feel-Good True Crime Caper of the Summer
An unexpectedly uplifting true crime docuseries is a vital corrective for a genre that often underestimates its biggest fans

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Aug 28, 2020

Hilary Swank Is a Woman Trying to Have It All—in Outer Space—in Netflix's Disappointing Away
A new drama sends an astronaut and mother played by Hilary Swank to Mars, in search of the space genre's lost heroism

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Aug 28, 2020

Dev Patel Is a Dickensian Hero for All in The Personal History of David Copperfield
Patel plays the protagonist as a young man eager to face the world, no matter what it offers him

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Aug 27, 2020

Bill & Ted Face the Music Is the Dose of Time-Travel Lunacy We Need Now
Arguably—or maybe even inarguably—the spirit of a movie counts more than any objective ideal of quality. You can't inject a soul into a movie in the editing room; it's either got one or it doesn't. There are people who have been waiting nearly 30 years for Bill & Ted Face the Music, the follow-up to…

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Aug 27, 2020

Video Games May Be Key to Keeping World War II Memory Alive. Here Are 5 WWII Games Worth Playing, According to a Historian
The games worth playing—and the history they get right and wrong

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Aug 27, 2020

‘These Are Stolen Lands Built By Swollen Hands.' Pharrell Williams on Re-Writing America's Past and Future
The musical artist and entrepreneur talked his efforts to fight inequities across many fields at TIME100 Talks.

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Aug 26, 2020

An Undocumented Trans Woman Seeks Belonging in Brooklyn in the Lustrous Lingua Franca
Isabel Sandoval's gorgeous and delicate movie was the first by a trans woman to be featured at the Venice Film Festival last year

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Aug 25, 2020

The 30 Most Anticipated TV Shows of Fall 2020
The likes of Nicole Kidman, Chris Rock and Queen Latifah will all be in front of the camera on new shows

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Aug 25, 2020

The 31 Most Anticipated TV Shows of Fall 2020
The likes of Nicole Kidman, Chris Rock and Queen Latifah will all be in front of the camera on new shows

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Aug 24, 2020

I May Destroy You's Extraordinary Finale Makes Good on the Show's Cryptic Title
Like those touchstones of time-loop cinema, 'Sliding Doors' and 'Groundhog Day,' Michaela Coel's masterly HBO series offers multiple potential endings

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Aug 24, 2020

HBO Max's Sharp Harley Quinn Series Reimagines the Character. Will the New Suicide Squad Follow its Lead?
The animated Harley Quinn series offers a master class in how to transform a female character with a tricky backstory into a compelling protagonist in her own right

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Aug 23, 2020

HBO's NXIVM Docuseries The Vow Reveals the Heartbreaking Truth Behind the ‘Sex Cult' Headlines
The series tells the heartbreaking human story that got buried in tabloid tawdriness

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Aug 21, 2020

Chemical Hearts Captures the Joy and Agony—and the Lasting Scars—of Teenage Romance
The teen romance starring Lili Reinhart and Austin Abrams never pretends that getting through teenagerhood is easy or fun

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Aug 20, 2020

Democrats Needed the Virtual DNC to Connect With Viewers. Here's What the Broadcast Got Right—and Wrong
The appeals of regular people, well spoken and otherwise, were among the only aspects of the spectacle to break through the politics-as-usual static

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Aug 20, 2020

Learning to Love and to Lie in Elena Ferrante's The Lying Life of Adults
Mistakes, in Elena Ferrante's new novel, are like prized family jewels, handed down from one generation to another. Both tend to cause strife and reveal weaknesses, but they're also very hard to let go of. In The Lying Life of Adults, the latest work from the Italian author to be translated into English, Ferrante builds…

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Aug 20, 2020

The Photography, the Poetry, the Fashion.' Hans Ulrich Obrist Remembers the Multi-Dimensional Spirit of Artist Luchita Hurtado
All-embracing artist

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Aug 20, 2020

Veep Creator Armando Iannucci Says These Times Call for Charles Dickens
In 1837, Charles Dickens moved into a narrow terraced house north of Central London. 48 Doughty Street was the novelist's home for only 2½ years, but they were productive ones-he wrote Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby there. Today, the building is a museum dedicated to the author and his work, and it was here in…

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Aug 20, 2020

Kenya Barris In Conversation With Tyler, The Creator: ‘Why Can't We Tell Our Stories?'
Tyler, the Creator, and Kenya Barris both grew up in the same suburban area of Los Angeles. As an independent rapper and hip-hop agitator, Tyler has spent a decade creating music that pushes boundaries and buttons. As a writer, director and producer behind shows like Black-ish and the movie Girls Trip, Barris has won accolades…

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Aug 20, 2020

Pharrell and Jay-Z's New Song ‘Entrepreneur' Is a Celebration of Black Ambition
Pharrell Williams and Jay-Z will release a new song on Friday, "Entrepreneur," in conjunction with Williams' new TIME cover package, "The New American Revolution." This issue of TIME features conversations with Angela Davis, Tyler the Creator, Naomi Osaka, Geoffrey Canada and more about the systemic inequalities that Black people have faced throughout United States' history,…

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Aug 20, 2020

‘The Photography, the Poetry, the Fashion.' Hans Ulrich Obrist Remembers the Multi-Dimensional Spirit of Artist Luchita Hurtado
All-embracing artist

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Aug 19, 2020

Midnight Sun Can't Correct Twilight's Flaws. But It's a Much Better Book
I was a junior in high school, just like Bella Swan herself, when Twilight fever found me. I stayed up all night reading Stephenie Meyer‘s hit 2005 novel, pulled into the narrative despite its obvious flaws: the controlling habits of Bella's vampire boyfriend Edward Cullen, the absurd pace of their romance. My friends and I…

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Aug 18, 2020

Taiwan Just Had Its First 10,000-Person Arena Concert Since the Pandemic Began. Here's What It Was Like to Be There
On Aug. 8, singer-songwriter Eric Chou became the first to perform at the Taipei Arena since Taiwan lifted coronavirus restrictions

Time Entertainment
Aug 18, 2020

Red Velvet - IRENE & SEULGI Makes ‘Monster' Appearance at TIME100 Talks
Before the song, the duo offered a short message supporting those at the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic

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Aug 18, 2020

Michelle Yeoh on Why Marvel's First Asian-Led Superhero Movie, Shang-Chi, Is So Important
Shang-Chi would just be the latest barrier-breaking film for Yeoh, whose career has included roles in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Crazy Rich Asians

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Aug 17, 2020

We're Still Living in the World That Inspired Animal Farm—75 Years Later
It's been 75 years since the comrades of the once (and future) Manor Farm first took up the anthem "Beasts of England" and surprised themselves by routing out the tyrant farmer, Mr. Jones, from his holdings. Seventy-five years since the seemingly inalterable tenets of Animalism were scrawled in white paint on the side of the…

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Aug 14, 2020

I Thought Anonymity Was a Shield After My Sexual Assault. But Coming Forward Brought Me Back to Myself
Last year, I published Know My Name, a memoir about my experience being sexually assaulted on Stanford's campus in 2015, the trial that followed and what I began to understand about healing and justice. For three years before the book's release, I wrote while remaining anonymous, known only to the public as "Emily Doe." Writing…

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Aug 13, 2020

A New HBO Documentary Tells the Story of a Young Black Man Killed in Brooklyn 31 Years Ago. Activists Lament How Little Has Changed Since Then
'Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn' examines how one young man's killing tipped a city already plagued by racial turmoil over the edge into violence

Time Entertainment
Aug 13, 2020

A New Wave of Horror Films About Women's Deepest Anxieties Is Perfect Viewing for Our Summer of Discontent
A fresh crop of horror films made seen through women's eyes suggest that the things that scare women the most are already inside them

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