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Neil Armstrong may have been one of the most famous men in the world, but in some ways, he was also one of its most unknowable. Damien Chazelle’s new film First Man attempts to lift the veil on Armstrong (played by Ryan Gosling), covering everything from his home life with his wife, Janet (Claire...

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Superhero Insider: Breaking down the returns of The Flash, Black Lightning

Each week, we break down the biggest moments from Supergirl, The Flash, Black Lightning, and Arrow — both here on EW.com and on SiriusXM’s EW Live every Friday during Superhero Insider. Welcome back to EW’s Superhero Insider! This week, The Flash returned for its fifth season with an...

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Dan Stevens searches for his sister in clip from horror-thriller Apostle

Dan Stevens’ just released Netflix film Apostle is a period tale — but that’s where the similarities between this horror-thriller and the actor’s former show Downton Abbey end. “ is a laudanum-addled former priest who’s returned from the Boxer Rebellion a pretty scarred man, inside and...

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Star Wars author Chuck Wendig says Marvel Comics fired him over political tweets

Chuck Wending, author of the bestselling Star Wars: Aftermath novels, says Marvel Comics has fired him from their Shadow of Vader series over his political outspokenness. The writer posted to Twitter on Friday to say he was removed from the five-volume series with two issues unfinished, and another...

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Stephen King explains the appeal of being terrified in Eli Roth’s History of Horror clip

If you’re looking to explain the appeal of being terrified, then there are worse people to interview than Stephen King, who has probably written two horror novels and started on a third in the time it’s taking you to read this sentence. Wisely, Hostel director Eli Roth did indeed speak with this...

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Tyra Banks reveals Life-Size 2 premiere date

Where you live, where you are, prepare to tune in to Life-Size 2 at the top of the holiday season. Ending 18 years of fan anticipation, producer-star Tyra Banks announced Friday that the long-awaited sequel to the 2000 movie Life-Size — featuring Banks as a Barbie-like doll named Eve, who comes...

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Fantastic Beasts cast on what it was really like working with J.K. Rowling

For more on Fantastic Beasts, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands now, or buy it here. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. There are dream gigs, and then gigs you can barely dream of getting. Working with the venerable J.K....

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Riverdale showrunner originally thought of Sabrina star Kiernan Shipka for role of Betty

We know that the character of Sabrina almost showed up on Riverdale, but it turns out the same can be said of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Kiernan Shipka. “Kiernan was iconic in Mad Men, and I had even thought about her, I was like, ‘Oh I wonder if she’d ever do Betty,'” Riverdale and...

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Ike Barinholtz reveals the advice Jordan Peele gave him for making The Oath

If we’re talking level of difficulty, The Oath is attempting to do something on the level of a highly trained Russian gymnast. It is the full-twisting Shaposhnikova of movies. And yet, Ike Barinholtz has done the impossible: he has made a comedy about our country’s toxic political divide. In...

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How the director of The Old Man & the Gun is walking away from guns

Robert Redford may be top of mind for 2018 awards watchers, but behind the camera of the legend’s latest film, The Old Man & the Gun, is its director and writer, David Lowery. In the last five years, the Texan has helmed four features — the outlaw romance Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, the...

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Tana French's The Witch Elm is a whodunit with heft: EW review

Do lucky people ever really know how lucky they are? Toby Hennessy has the decency to realize that his life has been buoyed by the gentler breezes of fate, “the satisfying sense that everything was going exactly as it should.” But he is also, of course, the creation of one of the premier voices...

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Don't even think about flaking on Super Mario Party: EW review

You’ll swear you’ve played the boards in Super Mario Party at least a dozen times before—Thwomp-riddled ancient ruins, Blooper-badgered islands, an underground labyrinth beset by Bob-ombs—and yet in the familiarity of these fluid, compact lands lies half of the achievement of the eleventh...

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Fantastic Beasts: Nagini actress Claudia Kim details her wild audition

When you’re an actor, auditions always contain an element of mystery. You’re never quite sure what’s going to happen. For South Korean actress Claudia Kim, her on-the-spot improv skills were really put to the test when she went in for a mysterious role in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of...

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Arrow: Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards tease pain and isolation in season 7

Arrow‘s seventh season has been an unusual one from stars Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards, who play the long-running CW drama’s central romantic couple Oliver and Felicity, a.k.a. Olicity. With Oliver stuck in prison and Felicity and William hiding from returning big bad Ricardo Diaz (Kirk...

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Exclusive: Michael Myers hunts down a potential victim in new Halloween clip

In the new horror sequel Halloween (out Oct. 19) Michael Myers returns to Haddonfield to hunt down Jamie Lee Curtis’ Laurie Strode. But the masked killer attempts to murder a few other folks along the way, including Rhian Rees‘ Dana Haines, one half of a true-crime podcast team investigating...

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Stars of the new Charmed reboot tease upcoming magic and 'empowering' audiences

For more fall TV coverage, pick up the Fall TV Preview issue of Entertainment Weekly. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. Fierce. Funny. Feminist. The power of three — in this case, three words to conjure up a host of excitement for a Charmed...

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Shawn Mendes drops cover of Queen's 'Under Pressure'

“Queen” singer Shawn Mendes is honoring Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, just in time for the upcoming Bohemian Rhapsody biopic with his very own rendition of “Under Pressure.” Universal Music is releasing three Queen covers from various artists in support of the film and The Mercury...

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Why you should be watching Legends of Tomorrow — according to EW and Beebo

A version of this story appears in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands now, or buy it here. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has come a long way since it struggled through a taxing mythology and off-putting...

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YOU star Penn Badgley says Dan Humphrey comparisons will end with episode 6

From the moment former Gossip Girl star Penn Badgley was revealed to be playing a stalker in Lifetime’s YOU, there’s been a lot of talk about the similarities between his two most high-profile television roles. As Dan Humphrey on Gossip Girl, he was revealed to be Gossip Girl himself, the...

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Blindspot boss teases a 'tumultuous' season 4 in the wake of Remi's return

Blindspot’s team has, well, a blind spot. In its fourth season, the NBC thriller picks up three months after Jane (Jaimie Alexander) reawakened as alter ego Remi, and the team still hasn’t picked up on her new personality. “Every time she doesn’t necessarily remember anything, she can chalk...

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