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“Your performance in ‘Tár’ has that energy — so dynamic and so real, that you feel it has to come from all the way inside,” Michelle Yeoh tells Cate Blanchett. #ActorsOnActors wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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Energy was high at @CHANEL's Métiers d’Art 2022/23 show in Dakar, Senegal. Here, a look backstage before the models hit the runway and the best behind-the-scene moments from the show: vogue.cm/EIqh1Er
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Don't miss the exclusive VIP+ Webinar THE THREE PILLARS OF FAST presented by @AmagiCorp discussing content, distribution, advertising and more. bit.ly/3GXT56A
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Cate Blanchett and Michelle Yeoh discuss the types of characters they're drawn to. #ActorsOnActors wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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A farsa do ´Liver King´, o famoso criador da dieta ancestral >>> veja.abril.com.br/saude/a-farsa-…
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‘Wakanda’ Success Shows Iger What Disney Film Strategy Needs bit.ly/3EYhlUY
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Quem é o príncipe alemão acusado de planejar golpe para derrubar o governo >>> veja.abril.com.br/mundo/quem-e-o…
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Michelle Yeoh to Cate Blanchett: “I have loved you from your first film and followed you all the way across — all with deep respect and, OK, envy.” #ActorsOnActors wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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"It's sort of gobsmacking what you've done physically, but you're able to distill that volcanic energy into a close-up," Cate Blanchett raves of Michelle Yeoh in their #ActorsOnActors conversation. wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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“The last few years, I’ve been thinking about recovery, and I learned that the best athletes are the best because they recover the best,” @serenawilliams tells Fast Company. “It doesn’t matter how good you are if you can’t show up the next day.”
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After ~3 decades of pushing her body to its limits, @serenawilliams is now focusing on recovery—quite literally. Today, Williams launches @WillPerform, a line of topical pain-relief & muscle-care products designed for athletes & non-athletes alike. bit.ly/3PfOkYm
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Cate Blanchett discusses a scene that didn't make it to the final cut of "Tár." wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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"I'm singing about love, because that's what I'm surrounded by in the end." Find out why @MickeyGuyton is TIME's 2022 Breakthrough Artist of the Year: ti.me/3P7gXqt
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A Guerra Fria – nem tão fria assim – que permeia a Copa do Mundo >>> veja.abril.com.br/esporte/a-guer…
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Mapping the blueprint for Warner Bros. Discovery’s FAST business to maximize its incursion into free streaming channels bit.ly/3Bhg0Gm
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Michelle Yeoh has joined the star-studded cast of Jon M. Chu’s #Wicked movies. variety.com/2022/film/news…
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Guatemala’s former President Otto Perez Molina sentenced to 16 years for racketeering, fraud and conspiracy aje.io/h4pfv9
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Cate Blanchett reveals a deleted scene from “Tár” that showed Lydia Tár’s relationship with her mother. “There was a lot of guilt there, because her mother was deaf. And so here [Lydia] is born incredibly gifted — she has misophonia.” #ActorsOnActors wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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You may not expect it, but Michelle Yeoh has stage fright. "Just being on stage and looking out at a sea of faces is terrifying," she says. "We're gonna work on this," Cate Blanchett quips. wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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Quem é Dina Boluarte, a primeira mulher presidente do Peru >>> veja.abril.com.br/mundo/quem-e-d…
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The #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce script called for a "Chinese aging woman, non-descriptive." Cate Blanchett laughs. "Oh, call Michelle Yeoh! Non-descriptive Asian woman? The most iconic woman in cinema, it should have said!" wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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The @CHANEL pre-fall 2023 collection has arrived. See every look here: vogue.cm/BGiLhuZ
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“We met, and I felt you before I saw you,” Cate Blanchett tells Michelle Yeoh. “But not in an inappropriate way. There’s something about your presence. You just have this aura.” #ActorsOnActors wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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At least one person was killed on Wednesday after police in Bangladesh fired tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets at thousands of opposition supporters, ahead of a rally on Saturday to call for the resignation of PM Sheikh Hasina ⤵️
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My top TV performances come in pairs this year, because trying to split them was impossible. All the credit in the world to these actors, whose chemistry with each other made for some of 2022’s most memorable moments 👯‍♀️variety.com/lists/best-tv-…cb
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"To make such an ordinary woman be extraordinary, it's very fulfilling, because I think that is all of us," Michelle Yeoh says of #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce. wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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"They initially wrote it for a man," Michelle Yeoh says of her lead role in #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce. "They came back and realized it didn't work. They changed it into a mother role." | Variety Actors on Actors presented by @AmazonStudios wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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‘Call of Duty: MWII’ Success a Pivotal Crossroads for Activision Blizzard bit.ly/3EE2s8X
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“I’m not surprised if [the Daniels] took inspiration from ‘Carol,’” says Michelle Yeoh of #EverythingEverywhereAllatOnce. #ActorsOnActors wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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"Looking at you, you're luminous. There's a certain glow, like someone follows you behind with a light," Michelle Yeoh tells Cate Blanchett. "No, I've just stayed out of the sun!" she replies. Watch their full #ActorsOnActors conversation: wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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Brittney Griner was traded for Viktor Bout, a Russian former arms dealer convicted and jailed in the US, says Russia aje.io/zmkaiv
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Cate Blanchett recalls Jamie Lee Curtis showing her a picture from #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce: “I thought, ‘That really looks like a scene from “Carol.”’ And I said, ‘Are the Daniels trying to say that Carol had sausage fingers?’” #ActorsOnActors wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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EU backs Croatia’s entry into the passport-free Schengen area, but rejects Bulgaria and Romania aje.io/j5jdct
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"I've been in the business for a while. The opportunity gets a little narrower and narrower with time, because you're getting past your prime...it's been a while since I was offered the lead role," Michelle Yeoh says of #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce. wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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Cate Blanchett and Michelle Yeoh talk about the depiction of female rage in film. wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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Matheus Leitão | Alexandre de Moraes acerta em cheio um aliado de Bolsonaro >>> veja.abril.com.br/coluna/matheus… (via @Mleitaonetto) #VEJAColunistas
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“When Todd [Field] was thinking about it, 'Tár' was originally a male role,” Cate Blanchett tells Michelle Yeoh during #ActorsOnActors. wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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WNBA star Brittney Griner was released from a Russian penal colony and is on her way home following a one-for-one prisoner swap with notorious Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout ti.me/3iKCtFl
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“We Don’t Know Ourselves,” by Fintan O’Toole This personal history of modern Ireland shows that history is a critical process in which eras helplessly recruit the agents of their own undoing. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“Trust,” by Hernan Diaz This novel in four parts opens with a narrative about a mysterious Wall Street tycoon and his wife. Ending abruptly, this tale is followed by a fragmentary memoir of the same narrative events—with disorienting factual differences. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“Strangers to Ourselves,” by Rachel Aviv Aviv, a staff writer, offers a groundbreaking exploration of mental illness and the mind, through a series of portraits that illuminate the connections between identity and diagnosis. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“Stay True,” by Hua Hsu In this intricate and heart-rending memoir, Hsu, a staff writer, tells the story of his college friendship with Ken. Both Asian American but from different backgrounds, they formed a bond that was cut short when Ken was murdered. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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Michelle Yeoh required her character's name in #EverythingEverywhereAllAtOnce be changed: "The character cannot be called Michelle Wang...I'm not an Asian immigrant mother who's running a laundromat. She needs her own voice." wp.me/pc8uak-1lBPlF
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“The Song of the Cell,” by Siddhartha Mukherjee In an account that’s both lyrical and capacious, Mukherjee takes us through an evolution of human understanding. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“The Revolutionary: Samuel Adams,” by Stacy Schiff Born in 1722, the son of a businessman, Samuel Adams studied at Harvard, worked for a while in the family malt business, and came into his own when, in the late 1740s, he began to stand for local office. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“The Rabbit Hutch,” by Tess Gunty Although there are actual rabbits in this ambitious novel, the “Hutch” of the title is the name given to an affordable-housing complex by its residents, in a post-industrial Indiana town. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“Magnificent Rebels,” by Andrea Wulf A buoyant work of intellectual history, Wulf’s chronicle of the early Romantics is written as what was once termed the “higher gossip.” nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“Lessons,” by Ian McEwan McEwan’s latest novel tracks one man’s search for meaning in his relationships and in art, as his path intersects with historical events from the Cuban Missile Crisis to the COVID-19 pandemic. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“The Last White Man,” by Mohsin Hamid In Hamid’s fifth novel, a white man wakes one morning to find that his skin has turned dark overnight, forcing him to question his sense of identity and his place in his family and city. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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“The Invisible Kingdom,” by Meghan O’Rourke Delicately weaving her research on chronic illness with her personal experience of navigating an autoimmune disease, O’Rourke probes our understanding of what it means to be sick. nyer.cm/yA1YjWh
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