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With Maestro, Leonard Bernstein’s Legacy and Loves Finally Hit the Big Screen

His daughter Jamie Bernstein speaks for the first time about Bradley Cooper’s transformation to play her father, and the “portrait of a marriage” at the heart of the film.
keeping the faith

Adam Sandler Finds Low-Key Triumph in You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah

By ceding the spotlight to his daughters and settling into dorky-dad mode, Sandler has officially made his highest-rated movie on Rotten Tomatoes.
Listen Up

Late-Night Hosts Start Podcast as Strikes Drag On

Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers, and John Oliver, oh my!
stepping to the bad side

What Type of Villain Should Zendaya Play?

The two-time Emmy-winner recently revealed that she'd like to “tap into the evil, supervillain vibes” for a future project. 
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Welcome to Saltburn’s Twisted Gothic Tale

“There has to be an element of revulsion,” says Emerald Fennell of her sophomore film about desire and obsession, starring Barry Keoghan.
deep space

Adam Rippon Felt “Wildly Uncomfortable” Over Lance Armstrong’s Trans Athlete Views

Rippon, the winner of Stars on Mars, said “everything changed” when Armstrong “brought up his opinions on trans athletes and sports.”
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The Killer Trailer: David Fincher’s Latest Sticks to the Plan

The assassin thriller starring Michael Fassbender will premiere at the Venice Film Festival this weekend. 
sick + twisted

The Idol Is Officially Dead After a Single Bank-Breaking Season

While HBO is “pleased by the strong audience response,” all involved “have decided not to move forward,” a spokesperson confirms to VF.
Streamibg Wars

Fear the Walking Dead on Max? Welcome to Streaming’s Awkward Phase

AMC programming is heading to the rival streamer for a two-month pop-up.
more sandworms

Denis Villeneuve Still Has a “Dream” of a Dune Trilogy

In an interview with Empire, the director shares his plans for a third Dune film: “There are words on paper.” 
Exclusive First Look

The Book of Clarence Is a Bombastic Journey Back to the Biblical Era

Exploring many aspects of faith, Jeymes Samuel’s upcoming film centers on a regular guy living in the same town as Jesus, with a knock-out performance by LaKeith Stanfield.
Celebrating a life

Hollywood Tributes Pour In For Television Veteran Bob Barker

The longtime “Price Is Right” host died Saturday at age 99.

Bob Barker, Host of Price Is Right, Dead at 99

The game show host died Saturday of natural causes, a family spokesperson said.
The heat is on

Extreme Heat Halts WGA, SAG-AFTRA Pickets In Some LA Locations

As talks between writers and studios stall, the climate crisis comes for the picket line.
totally insane-y

“It Spoiled Us”: The Mad Minds Behind Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs

“I remember, early on, a Warner Bros. executive saying to me that my songs were too hip,” says one. “I told him that kids are a lot smarter than he thinks.”
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Emmy Voters, Don’t Forget About These 10 Deserving Underdogs

From incredible breakout performances to trashy reality TV done perfectly right, we implore Television Academy members to think a little outside the box while submitting ballots this weekend.
an iron lady

How Golda Transformed Helen Mirren Into Golda Meir

A multipiece bodysuit and—yes—a few nose prosthetics were key.
we couldn’t help but wonder

And Just Like That… Here’s What We Need in Season 3

Get Carrie back into the dating pool (for real this time!), unleash Lily and Brady, and please, please bring back Samantha.
Strike Exodus

Dune: Part Two Abandons 2023 Release Date Amid Hollywood Strikes

Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya would have been blocked by the work stoppage from promoting the sci-fi epic.
Still Watching

And Just Like That… Ends With Carrie and Aidan’s Five-Year Plan

As the second season of And Just Like That… comes to a close, Carrie says hello to Samantha and goodbye to her apartment—and, potentially, Aidan as well. 
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Only Murders in the Building Production Designer Patrick Howe Is Winging It

The production designer for season three of OMITB talks to VF about creating the iconic apartments found in the Arconia and designing sets for a play based on nothing at all.