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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

He also credits Julia Roberts as being his first fan.

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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

The Grammy-winning rock star talks her friendship with Carrie Brownstein, that lingerie scene with Dakota Johnson, and the artifice of social media.

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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

On this week’s Little Gold Men, the Oscar winner talks about bonding with her onscreen daughter in Louisiana and revisiting Ingrid Bergman films during quarantine.

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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

Jim J. Bullock on working with the infamous evangelical, and his first response when the idea was floated to him: “My honest-to-Jesus reaction was ‘She’s fucking crazy.’ And he said, ‘Well, would you meet with her?’ I said, ‘Oh, my God, yes, of course.’”

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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

Use Vanity Fair’s ballot to guess who you think will take home the gold on Emmy night.

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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

The first-time Emmy nominee revisits a pivotal flashback episode from season four and takes Vanity Fair behind the scenes before a Dior dinner.

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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

The future Prince of Mars can sense his mother’s thoughts, she says.

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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

Can there be death by stereo with AirPods?

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VanityFair.com | 19. 09. 2021 | Society

The actress scored well in show jumping at the Longines Global Champions Tour.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

The royal also announced the award’s 15 finalists on Friday.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

Republican retirements used to be acts of anti-Trump defiance. Now, they’re quiet acts of surrender.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

The auction house will showcase 60 pieces by Black designers across the United States and Europe.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

In her new book, Family Matters, Laub documents—and humanizes—her Trump-supporting relatives.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

CBS is retooling the reality-competition series into a documentary special after receiving harsh backlash on social media.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

The veteran journalist has already drawn support from The New Republic, and Ezra Klein says it would be a “thrilling” move for the “most moral opinion columnist of his generation.” Yet one skeptical Times colleague asks, “What kind of management experience does this guy have?”

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

Between the new Scenes From a Marriage, Master of None, and Bergman Island, the Swedish master’s work is still looked at as the ultimate blueprint.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

The second Emmys of the pandemic era may feel exhausting to contemplate, but there are compelling narratives to follow during Sunday night’s show, from potential upsets to a heartbreaking posthumous tribute.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

The latest Wall Street Journal bombshell reveals how Mark Zuckerberg’s pro-vaccination efforts were undermined by anti-vax messages spreading across his platform.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

Dressing like Keeley Jones and Rebecca Welton from Emmy-nominated comedy has become our new favorite sport.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

Real-life chess grand master Nona Gaprindashvili is referenced in the Emmy-nominated series as having “never” faced a male opponent. Her lawsuit calls that line “manifestly false” and “grossly sexist and belittling.”

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

HBO’s Emmy-award winning drama returns on October 17th.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

And more unbelievable tales from the camp classic’s set on its 40th birthday, as told by Faye Dunaway, Roger Ebert, and Rutanya Alda (a.k.a. Carol Ann).

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

“It wasn’t sexual in any way…. Some cast members had all sorts of PTSD with him,” executive producer James D. Parriott claims in a new Grey’s tell-all.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

“If [the media thinks] you are antiabortion or something personally, they think that’s the way you always will come out,” Thomas lamented in a recent speech, warning that such assumptions will “jeopardize any faith in the legal institutions.”

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

In an industry that sets the benchmark for glamour, the hair we celebrate—curly, straight, intricately braided or sculptural in shape—has a reverberating impact.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

In the lead-up to her runway show, the Batsheva designer’s approach to well-being includes hot baths, good-mood eyeliner, and time without her phone.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

Trump’s adult children received six months of taxpayer-funded security after their dad left office, despite having nothing to do with the government and being rich enough to pay for it themselves.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

In an interview with Vanity Fair, the son of Tammy Faye Messner and Jim Bakker speaks about the Jessica Chastain film and surviving scandal.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

Director Klaus Biesenbach abruptly exited after a power-share structure was announced. What’s next for the museum and its incoming chief, Johanna Burton? That an more in this week’s column.

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VanityFair.com | 18. 09. 2021 | Society

Can you blame him?

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VanityFair.com | 12. 09. 2021 | Society

“We honor those from many nations, faiths and backgrounds who lost their lives,” the British monarch said.

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VanityFair.com | 12. 09. 2021 | Society

Let's go down the rabbit hole…

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VanityFair.com | 12. 09. 2021 | Society

Hollywood’s biggest reboot dazzles at the premiere of The Last Duel.

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VanityFair.com | 12. 09. 2021 | Society

The five-time Grammy winner and social media sensation readies the TIFF premiere of her first feature documentary.

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VanityFair.com | 11. 09. 2021 | Society

John Feal has waged an epic battle to strong-arm Congress into supporting the thousands of first responders who fell ill in the wake of September 11, making powerful friends and enemies along the way, from Jon Stewart and Nancy Pelosi to Mitch McConnell.

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VanityFair.com | 11. 09. 2021 | Society

The act has appeared in fiction since the dawn of storytelling—but in a more sensitive age, depicting suicide has become trickier than ever.

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VanityFair.com | 11. 09. 2021 | Society

Not only does Trump believe Robert E. Lee is the greatest “except for Gettysburg,” but that he would have won the war in Afghanistan for the U.S.

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VanityFair.com | 11. 09. 2021 | Society

The White House says it is donating more doses than “all other countries combined,” but critics inside and outside the U.S. government warn of an effort that is “wildly insufficient.”

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VanityFair.com | 11. 09. 2021 | Society

On this week’s Little Gold Men podcast, a look at the buzz from Venice and Telluride—and what’s to come from Toronto.

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VanityFair.com | 11. 09. 2021 | Society

Behind the feel-good wellness movement is a world where working out borders on obsession. One writer reports on the cultural underpinnings, the latest science, and Rose Byrne’s searing onscreen inner monologues.

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