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He’s played some of the most sinister villains in film history. Now the legendary Spanish actor tries his hand at something even more terrifying in Being the Ricardos: singing and dancing. By Gabriella Paiella Photography by Cameron McCool December 22, 2021 Blazer, $7,950, by Brioni at Neiman Marcus. Cardigan, $350, by Second/Layer. Necklace, $840, by
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Carrie-Anne Moss on creating (and saving) one of Hollywood’s most iconic action characters By Carrie Battan December 20, 2021 Carrie-Anne Moss, 2021.Courtesy of Brian Bowen Smith We may be living on the cusp of 2022, but our brains are inexorably stuck at the turn of the millennium. Everywhere you look, there’s another lucrative time warp,
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After the latest Spider-Man film, the possibilities are endless. By William Goodman December 20, 2021 Tom Holland and Benedict Cumberbatch in Spider-Man: No Way Home.Courtesy of Matt Kennedy for Sony Pictures/Marvel. Major spoiler warning for Spider-Man: No Way Home—you’ve been warned. In addition to webbing up the second-best US box office debut of all time,
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The perfect crowd-pleasing holiday entertainment is right in front of you—all 635 episodes. By Gabriella Paiella December 20, 2021 Benevolent host Ted Allen surrounded by the tough, yet fair, judges of Chopped.David Lang The holidays are a time to hit pause. To gather round, reflect on the year, and watch that weird Folgers commercial with
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After missing a penalty kick in last summer’s Euro Cup final, the star England striker was subjected to a torrent of racist abuse. In a rare interview, he reflects on his defiant response. By Tyler R. Tynes December 17, 2021 Illustration by Simon Abranowicz. Photograph by Kacper Pempel / Getty Images. This interview is part
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Fender has tapped the My Chemical Romance bandleader to help release a new guitar pulled from Kurt Cobain’s sketches.  By Eileen Cartter December 17, 2021 Photographs courtesy Getty Images; Collage by Gabe Conte Research says age 14 marks a sweet spot in our cognitive development when the pop culture we gravitate towards—movies, books, fashion, and
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Wesley Lowery and Clint Smith discuss the “battle happening about how we tell the story of this country.” By Wesley Lowery December 16, 2021 Illustration by Simon Abranowicz. Photograph courtesy of Carletta Girma. This interview is part of Year of the Brave, a series celebrating the artists, activists, and agitators whose radical courage defined 2021.
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Holiday movies aren’t always merry. By Keith Phipps December 16, 2021 Photographs courtesy Everett Collection, Getty Images; Collage by Gabe Conte The 2015 film Krampus ends with a family fighting for their lives against a hideous demon who is so relentless that he chases them through a blinding snowstorm, taking them out one by one
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The actor reflects on the scariest decision of his acting life: taking on the character that defined his father’s career. By Frazier Tharpe December 15, 2021 Illustration by Simon Abranowicz. Photograph by Arturo Holmes / Getty Images. When Michael Gandolfini first heard that David Chase was interested in him for the part of young Tony
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The two-time Oscar winner is back with Swan Song, an ambitious new sci-fi movie for Apple. By Wesley Lowery Photography by Ashley Peña December 15, 2021 Sweater, by Zegna. Pants, by Labrum. Sunglasses, $130, by Chimi. Ring (on right ring finger), $175, by Miansai. Ring (on right middle finger), $2,500, by David Yurman. GQ Hype: It’s
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Christy’s Foundation along with her Celebrity Friends Made a Huge Impact on Hundreds of Children’s Lives in Canoga Park Ca!   Christy’s Foundation hosted its Annual Christmas Giveaway in Support of Children in Need at 21710 Vanowen Street, Canoga Park, Ca inside Topanga Mall.  Christy’s Foundation gave out hundreds of Toys to children. With the theme,
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By fearlessly telling the story of her own painful life experiences—sexual assault, police abuse, domestic violence, being unhoused and uninsured—the first-term Missouri congresswoman has made the urgent case that politics is personal, and that policies are about people. By Mari Uyehara December 13, 2021 In early August, just as most of her congressional colleagues were
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