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The Neighborhood moves in Marilu Henner to play Max Greenfield's mom

This has to be one of the better jobs in Hollywood: playing the mom of Max Greenfield. EW has learned exclusively that Marilu Henner (Taxi) will join the new CBS comedy The Neighborhood. She will take over the role of Paula Johnson, the Midwestern mother of Dave (Greenfield) who apparently has a...

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Director Ryan Coogler signs on to film Black Panther sequel next year

There is cause for celebration in Wakanda with word that writer-director Ryan Coogler is officially returning to make a sequel to Black Panther. It was as close to a foregone conclusion as it gets, but now the deal is done and Coogler, who is also known for Creed and Fruitvale Station, is expected...

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Rebel Wilson is trapped in a rom-com in Isn't It Romantic first look

A version of this story appears in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands Friday, or buy it here now. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. There’s a magical alternate reality, a place where most romantic comedies are set, where the...

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Get your first look at Idris Elba's villain in the Fast & Furious spin-off

Welcome to the family, Idris Elba. Last week, Dwayne Johnson shared the first photo of him and Jason Statham together in their upcoming Fast & Furious spin-off, Hobbs and Shaw. But while we’ve seen Luke Hobbs (Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Statham) face off before, Johnson has now given us a true...

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6 extremely surreal moments from Kanye West's meeting with President Trump

Ardent Donald Trump supporter Kanye West visited the White House on Thursday for a sit-down chat with the president. The rapper had been on hand to witness the signing of the Music Modernization Act, a bill reforming music copyright laws, before stopping by the Oval Office to chat with his favorite...

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Four Latinx romance novelists have formed the '4 Chicas Chat' to celebrate own voices and happily-ever-afters

On a sweltering three days in Denver in July, the “4 Chicas” are making their IRL (in-real-life) debut as the Romance Writers of America converge on the city for their annual conference. The ladies, romance authors Priscilla Oliveras, Alexis Daria, Sabrina Sol, and Mia Sosa, have been...

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Fran Drescher wants Cardi B to join her in a reboot of The Nanny

Fran Drescher is ready to make money moves with Cardi B. On Wednesday’s episode of PeopleTV’s Chatter, Drescher revealed that she’d love to reboot her ’90s sitcom The Nanny alongside the rapper behind “Bodak Yellow” and “I Like It.” “I want to do a sitcom with Cardi B,”...

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Halloween director John Carpenter 'guarantees' new sequel will 'scare the s--- out of you'

How important was it to filmmaker David Gordon Green that director John Carpenter work on the score for Green’s sequel to Carpenter’s 1978 horror movie, Halloween? Terrifyingly so, as Green reveals in a just-released behind-the-scenes clip about the soundtrack for his film, which is also called...

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'Falice' fans, rejoice! Mädchen Amick teases the FP bedroom scene on Riverdale

Watch the full episode of Couch Surfing streaming now on PeopleTV.com, or download the PeopleTV app on your favorite device. Alice Cooper is one of the many delights among the parents on Riverdale, and the actress who plays her, Mädchen Amick, feels the same way, citing Alice as one of her...

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Steve Carell discusses why he couldn't shake Beautiful Boy after filming

When the cameras stopped rolling during filming of Beautiful Boy, Steve Carell had some heavy material to take home. The actor reveals the toll that took in an interview with EW at the Toronto International Film Festival (above), where Beautiful Boy made its world premiere last month. “With...

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Sanaa Lathan cast in Twilight Zone reboot; first episode title revealed

The next stop for Sanaa Lathan: The Twilight Zone. The Affair and Nappily Ever After actress has boarded writer-director Jordan Peele’s reboot of the classic sci-fi anthology series for CBS All Access. Lathan will star in an episode titled “Rewind” (which is the first episode title revealed...

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This Is Us producers talk Toby not wearing his wedding ring in that flash-forward

The second and third episodes of This Is Us’ third season did not delve back into the flash-forward “Who is ‘her’?” mystery involving Old Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Adult Tess (Iantha Richardson). But viewers of NBC’s family drama still have plenty to process from that scene near...

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Charli XCX on recreating '1999' with Troye Sivan and touring with Taylor Swift

Ready for a little time travel? Charli XCX and Troye Sivan have released the music video for their new single “1999,” a Y2K-tastic collaboration that dropped last week. The buoyant track’s nostalgia-packed vid sees the duo recreate every ‘90s pop culture moment you can possibly think of,...

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Steve Carell thinks it 'might be impossible' to make The Office in current climate

Steve Carell has heard the rumors of a The Office revival, and he thinks it’s a bad idea. Yes, that’s what he said. Before he was being nominated for Oscars, Steve Carell earned six Emmy nominations and became a household name for playing Michael Scott, the self-proclaimed “World’s Best...

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Tiffany Haddish is freaking the F out in this clip from The Oath

Under the best of circumstances, Thanksgiving can be stressful—Too much time with people who know how to get under your skin, hot kitchens, constant questions about whether you’re planning on having kids, and god forbid somebody bring up politics. In Ike Barinholtz’s directorial debut, The...

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Watch Dateline NBC host Keith Morrison 'investigate' Ellen DeGeneres

It’s about time that Ellen DeGeneres got the Dateline treatment. On Thursday’s installment of her eponymous talk show, Dateline NBC host Keith Morrison does what he does best by investigating a scary chapter in DeGeneres’ life — an odd encounter with an angry motorist. “Today I want to...

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The cast hits high notes and low moments in first trailer for Netflix's Westside

Netflix has a new song to sing! On Thursday, the streaming giant dropped the first trailer for its upcoming unscripted docuseries Westside and from the looks of the clip, there’s plenty of music-based drama to come. Premiering via the streaming giant on November 9, the show follows nine aspiring...

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Samuel L. Jackson unleashes 'the Beast' in new Glass trailer

Will M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass break box office records? We’ll have to wait until Jan. 18 to find out. But interest in the superhero sequel is undeniably high and a new trailer, which finds Samuel L Jackson’s titular villain Mr Glass (a.k.a. Elijah Price) teaming up with James McAvoy’s...

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What Maggie Gyllenhaal's new movie The Kindergarten Teacher says about being 'a woman right now in the world'

Summer is over, and Maggie Gyllenhaal’s getting into the back-to-school spirit this Friday on Netflix, wrangling five-year-olds as the title character in Sara Colangelo’s The Kindergarten Teacher. The drama, a remake of the 2014 Israeli film of the same name, doesn’t occupy the pleasantly...

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Troll 2 star George Hardy is an aging lawman in Texas Cotton sneak peek

George Hardy has an extremely weird career. He’s mostly a dentist, but also an actor, notably and gamely starring alongside Michael Stephenson as a goblin-battling dad in Claudio Fragasso’s berserk 1990 horror-comedy Troll 2. “It was a three-week shoot for me,” Hardy told EW in 2010. “I...

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