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‘I just have this sense of entitlement that I should be able to feel comfortable at all times.!.!. like I could go to bed at any moment in what I’m wearing.’

—AMY SCHUMER, on having no interest in fashion, to Howard Stern

‘Inside, you’re terrified. But if you’re a bit funny, if you’re quicker than them, they won’t circle back on you again.’ —JAMES CORDEN, on how he overcame bullies as a heavy child, to Rolling Stone

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Kevin Bacon

‘What I have never been afraid of is to be a little silly, and you can engage people that way. My view is, first you get them to laugh, then you get them to listen.’

The actor, 58, stars in Amazon’s new comedy, I Love Dick

Your new show is from Jill Solloway, the creator of Transparent. How has working with her been? Jill is fantastic and very collaborative, with a strong vision. She incorporates exercises like improv into the work—things I hadn’t done since acting school!

—MICHELLE OBAMA, on her Carpool Karaoke appearance, to Variety

—JENNA DEWAN TATUM, on how she and husband Channing Tatum met on the film’s set, to Women’s Wear Daily

‘Your body is so beautiful. You couldn’t walk a Victoria’s Secret runway, but it’s beautiful in a completely different and incredible way.’

—BLAKE LIVELY, on having insecurities about her post-baby body while training for The Shallows, to Australia’s Herald Sun

‘Look who came over for lunch!.!.!. #imwithher’ —JESSICA BIEL, posting a photo with Hillary Clinton and husband Justin Timberlake, on Instagram

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Tell us about your character, Dick. He’s an academic in a small town in Texas, and he’s kind of a big deal—a big fish in a small pond. He’s sort of a self-created cowboy. This is a comedy, which is quite different from your last show, The Following. Yes, that was very tense— fights and violence and gore. Still, for a comedy this is amazingly emotional and intense. I like that better than set-up jokes.

How do you like doing TV compared to movies? Television is a great place now. All the great writers are there, and most of the content I’m absorbing is on TV. But I’ll never stop doing movies! —ALE RUSSIAN

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Prince’s ex-girlfriend tells all about his drug addiction. Plus: Carrie Underwood’s life on tour

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Remembering the iconic actor known for his roles in Willy Wonka and Young Frankenstein

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Acrobat Jen Bricker, born without legs and given up for adoption, shares her journey.

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Hillary Clinton’s assistant and adviser splits with husband Anthony Weiner after his third sexting scandal makes headlines

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Kate’s comments extremely disheartening. If she truly wants to protect her son’s privacy, she should refrain from pursuing opportunities where she and her children are put on display.

azine since the first issue. His courage and the grace and love of his mother are so wonderful to read about. Keep these wonderful articles coming. Julie via e-mail

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Kate Gosselin

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Go, Kate! I think she’s doing a great job. Being the mother of just one child is hard and definitely requires a degree of organization. Being the mother—and now the single mother—of eight takes a special person and a really organized and determined woman. I think she’s

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I grew up watching the Gosselin family on television, and while I appreciated reading the article about them, I found many of

Thank you for the update on Ryan Lochte. He made a terrible mistake when he lied. If he’d told the truth from the beginning, he wouldn’t be in the mess he’s in. But we all make mistakes. He’s asking for forgiveness, and he deserves a second chance. Cruz N. via e-mail

With all the amazing athletes who proudly represented their countries, it was sad to see that you featured an article about Ryan Lochte. Carol Mullen via e-mail

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Articles like the one on Zion Harvey, the little boy who got new hands, are the reason I’ve kept my subscription to People mag-

Bravo to Zion! He is a true hero and deserves a cover.

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I loved Matilda when I was a little girl. I’m glad Mara [quit Hollywood] and got an education. Theresa via people.com

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You won’t catch Hope Solo on a Seattle soccer field anytime soon. The two-time Olympic gold medalist, featured in People’s Aug. 8 issue, was granted an indefinite personal leave from her team, the Seattle Reign FC, on Aug. 27. The news comes days after U.S. Soccer suspended Solo, 35, for six months and terminated her national-team contract following controversial comments the athlete made to reporters after her TIME OUT team’s loss to Sweden at the Rio Olympics. Solo called Sweden’s Solo—widely players “a bunch of cowards.” U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati regarded as one of said the goalie’s remarks were “unacceptable and do not meet the the best goalkeepers standard of conduct we require from our . . . players.” In a statein the world—also ment to Sports Illustrated, Solo admitted, “Things don’t always go received a 30-day the way you want them to. Such is life, and such is sport.” She later suspension for poor conduct in early 2015. added, “Losing sucks. I’m bad at it.” —HARRIET SOKMENSUER Follow us on Twitter

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Britney Spears takes the VMAs stage for the first time in nine years for a steamy rendition of her new single “Make Me . . .”

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“She’s someone I’ve been in love with since I was 22 years old,” Drake said of Rihanna before presenting his on-off flame with her Video Vanguard Moonman and a smooch! The pair later celebrated at New York hot spot Up & Down.

Before offering her showstopping medley of songs from Lemonade and claiming the record for most VMA wins—with eight awards at this year’s show, including video of the year for “Formation,” she’s now won a total of 21!—Beyoncé glides down the carpet with daughter Blue Ivy. Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj look powerful in pink, delivering a bang-up performance of “Side to Side.”

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DNCE—Cole Whittle, Joe Jonas, JinJoo Lee and Jack Lawless— won the Best New Artist title.

Calvin Harris accepts his Best Male Video trophy (for “This Is What You Came For” with Rihanna) in a pretaped video.

“Starving” singer Hailee Steinfeld and choreographer Beau “Casper” Smart— who recently split from Jennifer Lopez (see page 34)—catch up at the Republic Records bash.

America’s Got Talent costars Nick Cannon and Heidi Klum ham it up in People’s backstage photo booth.

Jimmy Fallon leaves Michael Phelps and the swimmer’s fiancée, Nicole Johnson, laughing as he impersonates the gold medalist’s Olympic teammate Ryan Lochte.

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that Prince abused powerful opiates—going so far as to hide his drugs in an Aleve bottle—are a painful reminder of the demons that consumed a man she once loved. “The way he lived his life was like a Pandora’s box,” says Friend, 44, a Los Angeles woman who dated the music legend at the height of his 1990s pop fame. “Even his death has become something of a mystery in the way that it’s still “He created this unfolding. I’m sure in persona of being the months to come even mysterious and almost mystical,” more information will says Prince’s ex come out that people Charlene Friend will find unnerving and (below), of how the singer hid his unsettling.” drug use. Although the enigmatic genius was linked to famous women such as Sheila E. and Carmen Electra, few close to him have spoken in any detail about his zealously guarded private life. Now Friend—who once battled with Prince when she tried to sell PEOPLE September 12, 2016

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Scoop “A guy recently told me I looked like Kirstie Alley but that I was ‘way prettier’! I was like, ‘Thank you?’ I guess it’s better than him saying, ‘But she’s prettier’!”

“One thing you can say about my career? It’s diversified!”

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IN THE BEST SHAPE OF HER LIFE SHE’S A 65-YEAR-OLD GRANDMA, BUT THE STAR FEELS FIT, HAPPY AND SMOKING HOT

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on the other side. Although I’m not much of superhard to beat because it was really a a planner. I’m a spontaneous person. Which span. Every day at work was like summer is how I got fat in the first place! But I had camp with great friends. It was glorious. I’ve a good run of eating badly. My metabolism had amazing life experiences. Just being at was amazing until I was about 53. work on the day-to-day was always more Tell us your latest plans for exciting than seeing the finished world domination. I’m mostly movie or show. And that’s how ‘TWITTER IS 20 traveling all over the place for I’ve judged my life and what I’ve PERCENT MEAN various meetings. But I���m a new BUT 80 PERCENT done with it. It’s just been about grandmother [to Waylon Tripp asking myself, “Well, how much NICE. SO I STILL HAVE HOPES Parker by son William Stevenson], fun am I having?” so I like to rush back to where he is. FOR MANKIND’ Is there anything you might Being a grandma is in the top three have done differently? I wish best things that has ever happened to me. I hadn’t done drugs! I did them between the Friends used to show pictures of their age of 24 through 28, and I think I could grandkids, and I’d be like, Yeah yeah, they’re have skipped that era. But then I think, well, cute or whatever. Now I’m totally that it sort of ruined me, but it also made me grandmother. take responsibility for my life and get it into What is your proudest career moment? gear. So now I can look at it from both points of view—the bad and the good! I was just joking with friends about how diverse my career has been! I think Cheers is —GILLIAN TELLING

BRIAN DOBEN(2)

You’ve famously struggled with your weight, but you look fantastic! Give up your latest secrets. Thank you! I think that when you lose weight and keep it off for a little while, which has been a few years for me now, your body starts to remember what it was supposed to look like. So it gets easier for it to stay that way. Plus I do stay active. But I hate the gym. It bores the bejeezus out of me. I’m not a lunging, squatting human. I’ll do things that sound fun, like a dance class or yoga, or I’ll walk or run. Sometimes it’s just whatever my friends are doing. And I’m not hungry after 7 p.m., so that’s helpful. What’s your biggest weakness? The one thing I could mass-eat if I just unleashed myself is linguine with clams. That wine and butter and broth . . . it just feels good, you know? But I rarely order it, or when I do, I plan for it. If you know you’re going to have too many calories, it’s not hard to counter it


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I’M READY TO DANCE!

Just weeks after winning gold as a gymnast at the Olympics, you’ve signed on to season 23 of Dancing with the Stars, along with celebs like TV host Amber Rose, rapper Vanilla Ice, Taxi star Marilu Henner and more. Any reservations about doing this? None! My dad and I love to watch the show together. He used to tap me on the shoulder and say, “You’re gonna be on there one day.” I would just tell him, “Oh, stop. You’re being silly.” Now he’s like, “I told you!” He’s so excited, and so am I. There are some great returning professional dancers this season (see sidebar), so why was Valentin Chmerkovskiy the right partner for you? Val is a mastermind. It’s so nice because he seems really patient and, like me,

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open to new things. Do you think your gymnastics experience will help you with your dancing? Our gymnastics routines are choreographed, but this is something totally different. I did take ballet when I was a little girl, but I don’t really remember it. And it was nothing like the training I’ll get now. At 16 years old, you’ll have to balance high school and the competition. Will that be hard? I had a pretty harsh training schedule leading up to the Olympics. Through that, I learned how to fit in school. I’d do it over the weekends and at home in between workouts, so I think I’ll be fine. Any nerves about being judged for your moves? I want to make Len Goodman smile. I am just itching to get out there and have him say something good. If you can make the tough people smile, that’s when you know you’ve made it.

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It could have been a blink-andyou’ll-miss-it character, but actress Shannon Purser has OF THE WEEK watched in awe as her role as the popular girl’s best friend, Barb, in Netflix’s new hit Stranger Things has garnered her a cult fan base, with the hashtag #justiceforbarb trending on Twitter. “She’s kind of a sad character in her mom jeans, but I think everyone feels like a Barb sometimes,” says the Atlanta-area native, 19, of why her character is resonating with viewers. “I think people also like that she’s unapologetic about who she is.” But the benefits of Barb go beyond having celeb fans like John Stamos. “This was my first credit,” says Purser, who recently quit her job at a movie theater. “I’ve spent years hoping something good would happen. Now it has!” —P.G.

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Purser (on Stranger Things) still lives in Georgia.

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Season 23 marks the return of fan-favorite pro dancers (from left) Derek Hough, 31, Cheryl Burke, 32, and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, 36. “It wasn’t easy because they have other opportunities, but they all love the show and are stoked to be coming back,” says executive producer Rob Wade, who has paired Hough with Henner, 64, Chmerkovskiy with Rose, 32, and Burke with Olympian Ryan Lochte, 32. “I think it’s going to make for a really interesting season.”


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Scoop “We FaceTime every day—Isaiah loves his daddy!” Underwood says of her hockey-player husband, Mike Fisher (below).

CARRIE UNDERWOOD

MY LIFE ON THE ROAD

THE SINGER IS TRAVELING THE WORLD ON HER STORYTELLER TOUR—WITH TODDLER ISAIAH IN TOW!

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with no one paying attention. Now I’m like, “How is this my life?” It’s incredible! Other than Isaiah, what’s a musthave on tour with you? I bring my dogs, which is a little piece of home. And I have a cooking surface on the bus because I like to cook as much as possible. Room service gets old. And we travel with a washer-dryer. Doing my own laundry makes me feel like a human. I also have a trailer outfitted with a gym—it’s my splurge! What’s your preshow ritual? I do my own hair and makeup on the road. On red carpets

I have someone do it for me because the lights can do weird stuff to your face, but on the road it’s my Zen time. How do you juggle it all? It’s definitely a balancing act. I have help because someone has to watch Isaiah when I’m onstage, but we live a lot more on the bus now instead of going in and out of hotels. My bus is outfitted for him— there’s a crib. On days off we look for parks and zoos and go shopping. It’s a weird life, being on the road. When it’s all over, I just want to enjoy some time at home and watch some hockey!

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You’ve got your son Isaiah, 11⁄ 2, on the road with you. How has that been going? Yep, he comes with us! I’m lucky. He’s a good guy. It’s like “Bring Your Kid to Work Day” every day. But there’s a lot of travel involved, and of course that can get hard with a toddler. You play arenas with more than 10,000 people singing along— you’ve come a long way since American Idol. In some ways Idol feels like a million years ago, and then it’s like, where did the time go? I remember when I first started out playing a car show or county fair


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COURTS

U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, 32, will be summoned back to Brazil to give testimony in front of the country’s Justice Department in Rio after police officials say he filed a false robbery report.

HEALTH

EpiPen manufacturer Mylan raised the price of the allergy injector to more than $500—a 400 percent increase since they started selling the product in 2007. Public outrage ensued. The company then announced on Aug. 29 that it will soon

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DEATHS

Law & Order’s Steven Hill, 94, died in New York City on Aug. 23. Legendary Mexican singer Juan Gabriel died of natural causes on Aug. 28 in his Santa Monica home. He was 66.

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Ciara

The singer, 30, encourages young women to believe in themselves

Empowering women is something that is really important to me. It’s one thing to be able to sing and dance, but it’s a greater thing to be able to spend time with women to talk about real life and share some of my journey with them. I joined up with Keds and I AM THAT GIRL to show girls that we can do anything we put our minds to. I started at a certain place where I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. Sometimes I wished I could have had someone to talk to. The best thing that girls can have to feel empowered is self-love—you’re setting the tone for what you will and won’t do. I want to let young girls know that everybody has a bad day, but you are capable For more information, go to of getting through. iamthatgirl.com —REPORTED BY ABBY STERN

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Country singer Jana Kramer, 32, and her husband, former NFL player Mike Caussin, 29, are separating while he enters treatment for undisclosed reasons at a rehabilitation center. The couple, who have been married for 15 months, are parents to 8-month-old daughter Jolie.

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ene Wilder had a halo of frizzy blond hair and a voice that tended to squeak with panic—the hallmarks of a brilliant oddball comedian, the star of classic Mel Brooks movies like 1974’s Young Frankenstein. But Wilder, who died of complications of Alzheimer’s disease at age 83 on Aug. 29, also had blue eyes that were invitingly kind. Those were the eyes of the man who sang “Pure Imagination” in the 1971 children’s classic Willy WonkaandtheChocolateFactory—andof the man who cherished Saturday Night

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Live star Gilda Radner. Their romance and marriage, which ended when she died of ovarian cancer at only age 42, was one of Hollywood’s most beguilingly tender love stories. “She gave me the gift of life,” he once said.

for each other,” says Reiner.

—TOM GLIATTO, MIA McNIECE

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After Radner’s death in 1989, he cut back on his own career—he campaigned to raise awareness about ovarian cancer, founded the Gilda’s Club cancer support network, then fought his own battle against non-Hodgkins lymphoma—and found lasting happiness with fourth wife Karen Boyer, whom he wed in 1991. She and his family were with Wilder when he died at home in Stamford, Conn. According to his nephew Jordan WalkerPearlman, Ella Fitzgerald was singing “Somewhere over the Rainbow” over the house speakers. The star’s declining health had been kept private, WalkerPearlman said, out of fondness for the millions who had grown up on Willy Wonka.Wilder “simply couldn’t bear the thought of one less smile in the world.” The star “was a very quiet and softspoken man,” says longtime friend Carl Reiner. “He wasthe most talented—and sneaky—actor. He would emote, and it sort of slipped out of him. You were always amazed about Radner and how good he was—and Wilder (in 1984) fell in love with him.” “were meant


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Michiel Huisman (Game of Thrones’ Daario Naharis) as Walter Davidson.

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goddess—and, like any such divinity, is capable of rebirth, no matter how many complications her life and career suffer over the decades. So it is with her glorious ninth album, which is filled with infectious bangers: She puts a womanizer in his place on “Liar,” begs for satisfaction in one song (“Love Me Down”), then offers it in another (“Do You Wanna Come Over?”). She can be forgiven the self-referential nuggets (including her squeal of “Oops!” just before an onslaught of bass on “Clumsy”). This is her strongest album in a decade.

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those who wait for Frank Ocean. Dropping unannounced a year past its promised due date, his follow-up to 2012’s Channel Orange is sprawlingly ambitious, the work of an artist who put all that extra time back into plumbing the depths of his record collection and, while he was at it, his soul. Blonde touches on everything from Beyoncé to the Beatles, from personal isolation to sexuality and even mortality. It’s uncategorizable (that includes the title: The album art excludes the “e” from the streaming version, Blonde). And unforgettable.

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Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna at Home

HOW I FINALLY FOUND HAPPINESS AFTER AVOIDING THE SPOTLIGHT FOR 2 YEARS, THE REALITY STAR OPENS UP ABOUT THE WOMAN WHO HAS HELPED HIM BECOME A CONFIDENT, HEALTHY FAMILY MAN By AILI NAHAS

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GETTING BETTER WITH HER HELP “Chyna definitely motivates me,” says Rob (with his fiancée at their Calabasas, Calif., home Aug. 23). “Being with her got me over the insecurity of being out in public.”

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LOOKING FORWARD TO FATHERHOOD “My only goal is to be a really good dad and to give my child a happy childhood,” says Rob.

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His last name is synonymous with life lived in front of cameras. But for more than two years Rob Kardashian was a recluse, disappearing from Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the reality TV juggernaut that made his clan famous. While his mogul mother, Kris, 60, and siblings hugged the spotlight, the 29-year-old refused to attend the glitzy 2014 wedding of sister Kim, 35, and barely left the house he shared with Khloé, 32, the sibling with whom he had the tightest bond. Little wonder those who rabidly follow the Hollywood family wondered if Rob, after years of the relentless exposure required of a Kardashian, had become the first dynasty member to crack. In fact, Rob was privately struggling with his self-image. Sources told People the sock designer was depressed and adrift; he gained more than 100 lbs. in seclusion. Ashamed, he rebuffed loved ones’ attempts at (on-camera) interventions and developed type 2 diabetes. When tabloids speculated he was a drug addict, he withdrew even further. “I wasn’t happy in my own skin,” Rob says now, sitting down for his first interview in years at his home in Calabasas, Calif. “I missed out on so many things.” Those things include very public chapters in the Kardashian saga, such as Caitlyn Jenner’s coming out as a trans woman and the overdose of Rob’s best friend, Khloé’s estranged husband Lamar Odom, last year. But in early 2016 Rob decided he was ready to return to public life and did so in the way only a Kardashian can, announcing he was engaged to former stripper Blac Chyna (née Angela White), 28,

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after three months of dating. Chyna surprise) this fall. But this Kardashian happens to be the ex of his half-sister says that just because he’s documentKylie Jenner’s boyfriend Tyga, with ing his life again doesn’t mean he whom Chyna has a 3-year-old son, King isn’t sincere. “She got me through my Cairo. She’d also been feuding with darkest times,” Rob says of Chyna, Rob’s sisters.“No one should congratu- who joined him in talking to People. late them,” Khloé fumed on the family “There’s no judgment.” In the end that show. Kourtney, 37, and Kim worried may be the most important recipe for their kid brother was being exploited. surviving reality stardom. “I’m excitBut after the couple announced they ed for this little journey now with my were expecting, the Karchild and Chyna,” he says. dashians mended fences. “I want to have a fun life.” ‘I love Rob “I just wanted to protect when he’s our relationship,” Rob says comfortable. There’s been much said of his reasons for keeping your relationship. I’m not going about his romance secret.“I How did it start? to say I love ROB I’ve been friends with would have kept it off the the “old Rob.” Chyna for a long time. She grid, but it’s hard to do that and be happy. In the was someone I reached out This is the end, nobody decides our person that to for advice. She would happiness but us.” I’m getting to cook for me, and we’d just For those who fretted talk. She’s surrounded me know now’ about him over the past with a lot of positivity. From —BLAC CHYNA many months, Rob wants the moment we met, I knew to get a message out: He is indeed I wanted to be more than friends. finally happy and on the way to getting CHYNA I saw Rob was willing to bethealthy, thanks to the new woman in ter himself. I had never wanted to be his life. For the more cynical, there tough. I never wanted to change him. is this: The couple will star in an E! The proposal was a huge surprise to spinoff, Rob & Chyna, premiering your family, Rob. Why do it in secret? Sept. 11. The show will follow the pair ROB People think I was trying to do as they prepare for the arrival of a something malicious to my family, baby Kardashian (the gender will be a but that wasn’t the case. I had the 1

THE QUIET KARDASHIAN 1. Rob says life in front of the cameras for the family’s E! show (in 2012) became oppressive. “My family knew what I was going through,” he says. 2. Rob shared a special bond with his late father. 3. Khloé gave Rob a place to live, but he helped his big sister by supporting her emotionally during her split from Odom: “We both have been there for each other.”

ring, but everything was very spurof-the-moment. When I felt it was the right time, it was the right time. CHYNA I [was booked to appear at a club] that night, so it looked like he proposed in front of my whole family, but it was just us, at home on the couch. Had you discussed having children? CHYNA We definitely discussed hav-

ing kids. Rob made it very clear that he wanted to have a baby. Babies, actually! He wants me to have, like, four. ROB If I had found somebody at 19, I would have wanted the same thing then. But I never found anybody. Part of life is to build a family and have kids. And I thank God that we’re able to. It’s very exciting to me to be a first-time dad. Your relationship initially caused a lot of strain within your family, Rob, partly because of Kylie’s relationship with Tyga. What was that like? ROB They never didn’t accept [our

relationship]. They just didn’t know what was going on, because I didn’t bring them into the circle. Everybody 2

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‘Chyna has a tough skin. Ever since I’ve been with her, it’s made me not think about what people say’ —ROB KARDASHIAN

deserves an in-person conversation, so that was my doing. It was just a private situation I really enjoyed only being between Chyna and me. [When it becomes public], people start assuming the worst. And I was still super-uncomfortable in my skin, so I couldn’t even put our side on TV, because I didn’t want to be on-camera. CHYNA Everything [you’ve seen] has been one-sided. Once people watch our show, they’ll see our truth. Let’s go back to 2014. Rob, the last time we saw you in public was when you skipped Kim’s wedding. ROB I was doing my suit fittings in

Paris right before the wedding, and I just wasn’t comfortable. There were cameras at the airport on our trip there, and I was very unhappy with the person I saw in all the pictures. I’m 6'1", and at my most I probably weighed 300 lbs. I’m upset I missed my sister’s wedding, but it was a personal decision. After that you were absent from the public eye for nearly two years. Was it a dark time? ROB I just wasn’t down to have

Who Is Blac Chyna?

photographers follow me, so I made sure I was away from all of that. I’m very good at disappearing. But I’ll never go to that place again. I missed Christmases and birthdays and vacations. I definitely retreated.

While seeing Tyga, Chyna became friends with Kim Kardashian.

Tyga moved on from Chyna to Kim’s little sister Kylie Jenner. Chyna says son King “loves Rob. They have a really good bond.”

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There was a series of reports that you were using drugs including marijuana and Sizzurp [codeine and soda]. ROB I was only addicted to

living life. And sugar—cranberry juice, specifically.

Your family tried to encourage you to get healthy. Why didn’t you listen? ROB I wasn’t happy with myself, so

I didn’t want my family to see me that way. [Khloé and I] butt heads about it. She’s all about ‘Your biggest revenge is your body,’ and I’m trying to find happiness in my own way. I definitely hurt a lot of people. The way I dealt with my issues maybe wasn’t the best, but nobody can make me happy but me. Now I want to see everybody in my family every chance I get. You never know what is going to happen tomorrow, and I don’t want

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Born and raised in Washington, D.C., the woman in Rob Kardashian’s life is candid about her past. After working as a stripper and pinup for black men’s magazines, she appeared in a video for rapper Tyga, who became the father of her son King Cairo. A friendship with Kim Kardashian followed, and Chyna soon became a tabloid staple and entrepreneur, with a makeup company, Lashed by Blac Chyna, and a personalized emoji app. “You can’t make everyone happy in this world,” she says of her controversial public image. “Make yourself happy, and figure it out from there.”


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to do that to my mom [Kris Jenner].

While you were in seclusion, a lot did happen. Caitlyn Jenner transitioned, Lamar Odom nearly died, and Kourtney and Scott Disick broke up. The male role models in your life weren’t around—did you feel abandoned? ROB There’s definitely been a lot

You were hospitalized in December.

found out I had type 2 diabetes six months before, but I stopped taking my insulin. I didn’t enjoy the routine. So I ended up nonstop throwing up, and I couldn’t even swallow because my mouth was so dry. I felt like I was going to die. When I got out of the hospital, I knew I needed to make changes. Chyna and I had a really big talk, and she told me that by having her cook for me, my diabetes would be gone. And it is. You’ve lost weight. How much? ROB I dropped 30 lbs. really quickly.

the routine. But [it’s hard] because she’s pregnant and eats whatever she wants, and I enjoy eating with her. Right now 210 lbs. is my goal. Why not find out the gender of the baby? ROB We leave that up to God. We’re

going to wait to find out when the baby comes out. CHYNA Rob is going to cry for sure! ROB I’m going to be very happy. If there are tears, they’re going to be tears of joy.

Rob, you lost your father [attorney Robert Kardashian] when you were 15. What do you think he’d tell you today? ROB He’s definitely happy, looking

But I gained about 20 lbs. back, so now I’m in that uncomfortable state again. ‘It’s very I weigh 285 lbs. now. exciting for I’ve got to get back into

me to be a dad. Just to have that bond with my child, because I don’t have that’

down. I had a really close bond with my dad. I was only with him for 15 years. That’s why I’m looking forward to having that long-term bond with my child and being funny and goofy like my dad was. How are things with your family now? ROB I see my family on a

daily basis. We all support one another. Being with —ROB KARDASHIAN Chyna has brought all of us closer together again. CHYNA Every family is going to be defensive in the beginning; I don’t care who you are or what the situation is. They’re going to be protective. Everything is positive now. Positive enough that you’d doubledate with Kylie and Tyga? CHYNA No, but everybody is

super-comfortable. There’s no animosity. We’ve all talked. I’ve met up with Kylie. I feel comfortable with Kylie being around my son King, and I’m sure Tyga feels comfortable having King around Rob. Everybody is mature. We’re not holding on to grudges. We’ve moved on. SMILING AGAIN “My family enjoys having the old Rob back,” he says. “They missed the goofy Rob that reminds them of their dad.”

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What’s your hope for the future? ROB We just want to live our lives the

way we want to. There were definitely dark days for me, and I’m still not fully happy looking at myself in the mirror. But I’m working toward that. And I’m happy.

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going on with the males in our family. That’s why we have a lot of strong women. Chyna’s a strong woman. But I don’t feel abandoned. Everybody has their own issues. As long as Caitlyn is happy, I’m happy. I know how it can be to feel uncomfortable in your own skin. And all I want is for Lamar to be healthy and have a positive life and be there for his kids. Even Scott. In our day and age, all this stuff is very normal.

Was that a reality check for you? ROB It was a big-time scare. I had


THE FINAL STRAW “I have made the decision to separate from my husband,” Huma (with Weiner in 2015 and with Hillary on April 11) said in a statement the day after the new scandal broke.

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hose closest to Huma Abedin had started to notice a shift in recent months. The top Hillary Clinton aide and mom of 4-year-old Jordan was casually referring to her husband of six years, former New York congressman Anthony Weiner, as “Jordan’s dad” rather than “Anthony,” as she always had before. And while she and Weiner continued to share their Manhattan apartment, she’d stopped wearing her wedding and engagement rings. Says a close friend: “A separation

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has been brewing for some time.” On Aug. 29, after what she called “long and painful consideration,” Abedin made it official, saying in a statement, “Anthony and I remain devoted to doing what is best for our son.” The announcement came a day after the New York Post exposed yet another Weiner sexting scandal, his third in five years. In one of the photos he allegedly sent—to a woman he told the Post he’d been “friends” with “for some time”— Weiner, 52, is pictured in his under-

wear in bed next to Jordan. The photos were the last straw for Abedin, 41, who stood by her husband during the first sexting debacle, in 2011, and again in 2013. (Both scandals were agonizingly chronicled in the recent documentary Weiner.) Why did she stay as long as she did? “Huma has a very strong moral character,” her longtime friend Rory Tahari told People in 2013. “She never wanted Jordan to say to her, ‘Why didn’t you do everything you could to help Dad?’!”

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Endless Summer “We’ve had our ups and downs,” says Love (second from bottom, with his bandmates, including Dennis Wilson, top left, in 1964). “But our music has always transcended the negatives and the hardships.”

The Beach Boys music was synonymous with sunshine, surfing and endless summer. Formed by California brothers Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson along with their cousin Mike Love and high school pal Al Jardine, their vocal harmonies and creative arrangements sold more than 100 million records, influenced generations of rock bands and singer-songwriters and earned them induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But beneath all their success ran a dark undercurrent as various bandmates battled drugs and personal demons. In his new memoir Good Vibrations, to be released on Sept. 13, founding Beach Boy Love, 75, shares the story of the band’s highs and lows, including the stunning friendship that Dennis Wilson forged with ex-con and commune leader Charles Manson. In August 1969 Manson orchestrated a brutal killing spree in Los Angeles that left seven victims dead, including Sharon Tate, the 8-month-pregnant actress wife of director Roman Polanski. Today those dark days are decades behind Love. He and his wife, Jacquelyne, 51, split time between homes in Lake Tahoe and Southern California in between performances—the Beach Boys performed 172 concerts last year—and he credits twice-a-day meditation for his energy and positive outlook. “I never lose sight of the overwhelming positivity of our music,” says Love, who has eight children, ages 20 to 55. “I still see it every night in the faces of the people who come to our shows.” In an exclusive excerpt from his new book, Love recalls how the band’s entanglement with Manson began and how the murders haunted his cousin Dennis, who drowned in Marina del Rey, Calif., on Dec. 28, 1983. Because Dennis had allowed Manson into

A BEACH BOY REMEMBERS By June of 1968, Dennis’s marriage had broken up, and

he was renting an old hunting lodge, on Sunset Boulevard. Late one night, he pulled his Ferrari into his driveway and noticed the lights on inside. That wouldn’t have surprised him—friends drifted in and out all the time. But after he parked the car, the back door opened, and out walked a small man with long dark hair and a scruffy beard, wearing jeans and a

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his life and home—and had introduced him to music producer Terry Melcher, who once lived at the home where the Tate murders occurred—Love says Dennis felt responsible. Says Love: “Dennis carried that guilt with him for the last 14 years of his life.”


Twisted Killer Manson (in 1969) is now 81 and serving nine concurrent life sentences at California’s Corcoran State Prison.

MANSON’S MADNESS The Beach Boys’ Mike Love details the shocking friendship a bandmate formed with a crazed killer— and the haunting secrets that changed all their lives By JOHNNY DODD

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work shirt. Dennis had no idea who this guy was, and something about him was frightening. “Are you going to hurt me?” Dennis asked. “Do I look like I’m going to?” the man replied. The stranger fell to his knees and kissed Dennis’s feet. That was how Dennis met Charles Manson. My cousin’s interest in Manson now

A DARK TWIST OF FATE

A TIME LINE OF THE FRIENDSHIP BETWEENTHE BEACH BOYS AND CHARLES MANSON

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SPRING 1968 Dennis Wilson (below) picks up two of Manson’s “girls” hitchhiking on the Sunset Strip.

Bruce Johnston and I finally drove out

to Dennis’s house to meet his new roommates over dinner. Charlie’s girls drove Dennis’s Rolls-Royce to a supermarket in Pacific Palisades and scrounged for discarded vegetables, which they brought home and prepared. [After dinner, Manson] told us to come into the den, where he turned on a strobe light and revealed all of his girls lying there, naked. He started passing out LSD tabs and orchestrating sex partners. I love the female form,

JUNE 1968 Manson and his “girls” move into Dennis’s home and draw Dennis into their lifestyle. Dennis introduces Manson to music producer Terry Melcher (right), who at the time lives at 10050 Cielo Drive, the future home of Sharon Tate.

Dennis wanted Brother Records to

record Manson, bringing him into our offices and hyping his talents. (He gave most people the creeps.) Dennis set up recording sessions for Manson with [various producers]. For my cousin, the truth about Manson slowly emerged. Beyond what was spent on his [credit] card, Dennis paid the medical costs for the women who were treated for sexually transmitted diseases. His house was ransacked. Fur-

SUMMER 1968 Mike Love meets Manson and his girls at Dennis’s home and has a shower encounter with Squeaky Fromme (below).

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seems inexplicable, but in reality Manson tapped into parts of Dennis that make it all too explainable. It starts with the positives about my cousin. To his credit, Dennis was generous to a fault. He really didn’t give a damn about cars or clothes or anything of material value, and was glad to give away what he had. The other thing about Dennis, and this is the negative, was that his appetite for sex was insatiable. For Dennis, too much was never enough. So it was completely in character for Dennis, in the spring of 1968, to pick up two young women hitchhiking on Sunset Strip and to bring them back to his house. Dennis mentioned his involvement with [Transcendental Meditation founder] Maharishi, and the women said they too had a guru, named Charlie. Manson and his “girls,” as they were called, moved to Los Angeles at the end of 1967, the better for him to fulfill his destiny as a rock star. Dennis was the perfect mark—a famous, well-connected entertainer

who could help a musical neophyte get but this was too much. The place was discovered. Dennis lived in a luxurious hot and claustrophobic, so I walked house, on three acres, with a swimming out to take a shower. No sooner had I pool and plenty of guest rooms. Guile- stepped under the showerhead than less about others, indifferent about one of the women walked in with me. his own possessions, Dennis was all It was “Squeaky” Fromme, who years too happy to allow Manson later tried to assassinate and his girls to move in, use President Ford. Squeaky his charge cards, take his thought this would be a fine clothes, eat his food, even time to take a shower with drive his Mercedes. Manme, but before I could tell son, after all, had something her to get lost, Manson himfor Dennis—a stable of young self arrived. women who catered to He looked up at me his every desire. with those dark, beady Finally, while Dennis eyes and said, “You can’t had been drinking heav‘Charlie was a do that.” ily for a number of years, “Excuse me?” really strange, he had also developed “You can’t leave the scary dude with group.” an appetite for drugs, ina daunting stare’ cluding LSD, and Man“I’m really sorry, Char—MIKE LOVE son’s blending of psychelie. But Bruce and I have delics, sexual servants, to get back to the studio.” rock music, and new-age rhetoric was We got the hell out of there, and as we too much for Dennis to resist and he pulled out of the driveway, I thought, joined the family. Denny, you’ve got a real nut case for a roommate now.


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niture, clothes, guitars, stereo equipment, gold records — they took most everything of Dennis’s that wasn’t nailed down. They also totaled his Mercedes. By summer’s end, Dennis figured he had lost about $100,000 to his roommates, and even for him, that was too much. Instead of demanding that Manson and his girls leave, Dennis just vacated the premises. Manson decamped to Spahn Ranch but continued his association with Dennis, whom he still needed to launch his career; and Dennis, through some combination of loyalty and gullibility, continued to visit Manson with producers in tow. Dennis liked one of Manson’s songs, called “Cease to Exist,” whose lyrics he tweaked. I didn’t think much of it, but the Beach Boys changed the tune some more and recorded it as “Never Learn Not to Love.” Dennis took the credit for what was essentially Manson’s music and lyrics. The song appeared on the B side of a 45, and we performed it onThe Mike Douglas Show in early 1969.

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finally ended, when he paid a visit to Spahn Ranch. Upon his return, Dennis stopped by Brian’s house, where I was working in the studio. Dennis was visibly shaken, and I asked what was wrong. “I just saw Charlie take his M16 and blow this black cat in half and stuff him down the well,” he said, referring to a black man. Dennis was too frightened to go to the police. I think he was just hoping

AUGUST 1968 Dennis moves out of the home he was renting after Manson and his followers run up over $100,000 in expenses. Manson moves to Spahn Ranch (left). But the relationship continues. The Beach Boys record a version of a Manson song as “Never Learn Not to Love” for their album 20/20.

SPRING 1969 Dennis visits Spahn Ranch and later tells Love he witnessed Manson murder a man and throw the body in a well on the property. Melcher also visits the ranch to hear Manson sing but ultimately decides not to offer him a record contract.

AUG. 9, 1969 Manson family members murder five people at Melcher’s former home on Cielo Drive. The victims (from left) Voytek Frykowski, Sharon Tate, Steven Parent, Jay Sebring and Abigail Folger.

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nant actress Sharon Tate and four other victims at the house on Cielo Drive. The following night they killed Rosemary and Leno LaBianca at their home a few miles away. Neither Dennis nor I nor anyone associated with the Beach Boys had any idea that Manson was involved in these murders. In November, three months after the murders, the case finally broke. The authorities promptly contacted Dennis, and front-page stories soon appeared about the Beach Boys’ connection to the crazed cult leader who allegedly masterminded these slayings. Terry assumed that Manson had meant to kill him—as revenge—and the lives of five innocents were taken instead. The guilt was devastating. Terry was haunted by those murders for the rest of his life. Dennis [was]shaken to the core. To my knowledge, he never told the authorities that he saw Manson murder that “black cat” at Spahn Ranch, and he certainly couldn’t testify in court, where he would have had to look Manson right in the eye.

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Music Men Manson’s music-industry obsession made the band (from left, Mike Love, Carl and Dennis Wilson, Al Jardine and Bruce Johnston, filling in for Brian Wilson, in 1970) his focus.

that Manson and his family would disappear, but his entanglement could not be undone. Dennis had introduced Manson to Terry Melcher, who by 1968 had produced the Byrds’ covers of !“Mr. Tambourine Man” and “Turn! Turn! Turn!” Manson accompanied Terry and Dennis on several of their club outings. Manson was also in the car one day when Dennis dropped Terry off at his rented home at 10050 Cielo Drive, at the top of a steep hill in the Benedict Canyon area. Terry lived there with his girlfriend, the actress Candice Bergen. Perhaps as a favor to Dennis, Terry went to Spahn Ranch twice in the late spring of 1969 to hear Manson sing. Terry was Manson’s last hope, but he was unimpressed and had to tell Manson that he couldn’t help him. Manson wouldn’t stand for it. Consumed by rage and seeking revenge against a corrupt society, he convinced his followers that the apocalypse was

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coming in a bloody race war, at the end separated from his wife, Suzanne, who of which he and his disciples would had been having an affair with Dennis—is take over. rocked by another devastating revelation. To get it started, he and his followThe worst part of Suzanne’s affair ers had to commit some spectacular with Dennis wasn’t even the affair. murders, and Manson chose to kill Terry Melcher later told me that afthe occupants of 10050 Cielo Drive. ter we separated, Suzanne and Dennis Terry Melcher, however, had moved would sometimes go out and leave our out in January of 1969 and was living two young children with a babysitter. in a house owned by his mother, Doris On one occasion, the babysitter was Day. The move was no accident. Terry, Manson disciple Susan Atkins. Atkins Doris’s only child, was extremely close testified that she held Sharon Tate—who to his mom. He had told her about pleaded with the killers to spare her life Manson—and about some of his scary and that of her unborn child—while anantics, his brandishing of knives, his other assailant, Charles “Tex” Watson, zombie followers—and that Manson stabbed her to death. In a theatrical had been to the house flourish, Atkins used Shaon Cielo and she insisted ‘Dennis carried ron Tate’s blood to write he move out. A mother’s “PIG” on the outside of guilt [about intuition, perhaps, and it the front door. She was the murders] may have saved his life. convicted of participating for the last 14 On Aug. 9, 1969, Manin eight murders and was years of his life’ son family members sentenced to death. And —MIKE LOVE murdered 8-month-pregshewasourbabysitter.

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RESTLESS YOUTH Dorothy Faye was a cheerleader and drama club member at her Tallahassee, Fla., high school. “Once I won a beauty contest, I got on a plane,” she says.

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THE BOMBSHELL “As an actress, I was grateful I seemed to look okay,” says Dunaway (ca. 1967), “but I never thought of myself as a great beauty, oh no.” KISSING STEVE MCQUEEN They heated up The Thomas Crown Affair in 1968. “He was my favorite,” she says. “I loved the way he’d pull his vest down, so confident and cocky and vulnerable at the same time.” But nothing happened offscreen: “He was with Ali [MacGraw] and he wanted her barefoot and pregnant.”

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happened like dominoes,” she says. “I don’t know how to talk about it now because it’s too mind-blowing. It’s so unreal and yet it’s real. I’m grateful for it, but I guess part of that is missing it—when one grows older.” As she sips a Diet Coke and slips off her flats at the Four Seasons lounge in Beverly Hills, Dunaway, who rarely gives interviews, is alternately wry, combative and ‘There vulnerable. At were certain times she fights attractions back tears as she to a couple recalls her life people, not and loves—and insecurities too many, but the that haunted her maybe Jack from the heights and Warren’ of fame to later —ON HER career struggles. LEADING MEN “It was like my motor was running all the time,” she says of her ’60s and ’70s stardom. “The whole thing was a great experience. It has its negative side and its pain as well. There’s a lot of manipulation that goes on, a lot of fear: ‘Will I make it?’ But in the end, you realize


ROCK AND ROLL MARRIAGE “It was very emotional, our connection,” says Dunaway (at her Aug. 7, 1974, wedding to J. Geils Band singer Peter Wolf). “Those rock and roll concerts, everyone was [chanting] ‘Wolf, Wolf.’ It was great!”

CHARMED BY JACK NICHOLSON They drank margaritas off hours while filming Chinatown in 1973 but never slept together. “There was a chance moment early on that Jack and I might get involved!.!.!.!and it was one of those things best left alone,” she wrote in her 1995 memoir. Today, she says, “you get close because they’re damned attractive people, but he was with Anjelica [Huston].”

THE MORNING AFTER She posed for photographer Terry O’Neill (whom she married five years later) at 6:30 a.m. after winning the Best Actress Oscar for Network in 1977. “I called it ‘Is that all there is?’!” she says. “It’s that ‘give me a break’ kind of gesture. And sad, deeply sad.” LIFE AS A MOM Dunaway with O’Neill and their son Liam (ca. 1985) on his birthday. “He’s very smart,” she says of Liam, who manages his father’s vast photo archive.

HER RISKY NETWORK ROLE Dunaway was advised not to take on the 1976 role of the ruthless and ratings-obsessed TV producer, who, she says, “wanted desperately to be human.” She won an Oscar, but her costar Peter Finch’s posthumous win for Best Actor made the night “bittersweet.”

ON-SET WITH JOHNNY DEPP “He’s just so sexy and adorable,” she says of her costar in 1992’s Arizona Dream. “He was much younger than me, and we played lovers. I’m sorry about these problems that have come up in his life, but he’s a prince.” PEOPLE September 12, 2016

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“I’m not ancient,” says Dunaway (photographed for People in L.A. on June 25). “I’m still a goodlooking woman, let’s hope!”

36, her son with her second husband, photographer Terry O’Neill. Her love life has been eclectic: Divorced from O’Neill since 1987, she was wed to J. Geils Band singer Peter Wolf from 1974 to 1979 and had a 1968 to 1971 affair with then-married Italian actor Marcello Mastroianni, whom she left after he refused to divorce his wife. She’d like to date again. “I would if I could find the right person,” she says, though she calls herself “a loner.” She finds inspiration in her friend Jane Fonda, whom she calls “a wonderful role model. She is doing so much more beyond her acting talent.” And she has made peace, mostly, with getting older. “It’s not age that makes a life,” she says. “It’s what you do with it.”

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it was a very good life.” Born in Bascom, Fla., the daughter of an Army sergeant and a stay-athome mom who later became a secretary, she was days out of college when she made her Broadway debut. Four years later she was chosen by director Arthur Penn and producer and costar Warren Beatty to star in Bonnie and Clyde. “She could hit the ball across the net,” says Beatty, “and she had an intelligence and a strength that made her both powerful and romantic.” After quickly losing 30 lbs. by wearing a weight belt and “dieting the whole movie,” she says, she transformed herself into the slinky moll in the beret and bias-cut skirts. As for the movie, it changed the film industry forever. To this day Dunaway says Bonnie is the character most like her, a country girl desperate to escape small-town life. “It was a perfect fit,” she says. “I’m a girl from the South, raised on too many beauty pageants. The minute I won one, I lit out for the North and learned how to be an actress. God, I wanted it forever.” Her dream came true, but at a price. Famously demanding, with an attention to detail that sometimes drove costars and directors mad, Dunaway believes she’s often mistaken for being as ‘My first cold and calculating impression as some of the women of her was her she portrayed. They no-nonsense career in a direction where “were all tender and intelligence vulnerable too,” she people would irretrievably and her sense have the wrong impression says. The biggest misconception: That she’s of me—and that’s an awful of humor. like one character in I was struck by hard thing to beat,” she says. particular. “Now, do I her beauty also’ “I should have known bethave to tell you which ter, but sometimes you’re —WARREN BEATTY one?” She pauses for vulnerable and you don’t a while. “Joan.” Dunaway’s chilling realize what you’re getting into. It’s portrayal of Joan Crawford in the unfortunate they felt they had to 1981 film Mommie Dearest, based on make that kind of movie. But you can’t Christina Crawford’s tell-all about be ashamed of the work you’ve done. her terrifying Hollywood mother, You make a decision, and then you was meant to be a “window into a have to live with the consequence.” And so she has. In recent years tortured soul,” said Dunaway at the time, “but it was made into camp.” she’s acted in smaller movies and is The aftermath of that film, she says, currently developing two shows for profoundly impacted Hollywood’s cable TV. She lives a simpler life in a view of her. “I think it turned my Los Angeles condo, not far from Liam,


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MAGICIAN CRISS ANGEL

WHEN HIS 2-YEAR-OLD WAS DIAGNOSED WITH LEUKEMIA, THE SHOWMAN FOUND A CAUSE: FIGHTING PEDIATRIC CANCER By PATRICK GOMEZ

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fter watching his 2-yearold son Johnny suffer through 10 months of spinal taps, blood transfusions and chemotherapy, magician Criss Angel had a special treat in mind: a trip to Disneyland. “Johnny would watch all the cartoons with Mickey Mouse while he was going through treatment,” says Angel, 48, whose son was diagnosed with the most common childhood cancer, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, which affects the bone marrow and has a five-year survival rate of 90 percent. “When he saw Mickey standing in front of him, the emotion of that moment was unbelievable,” Angel says. “It was pure love.” That joyful moment was long overdue. Last October Angel first learned Johnny, then 20 months old, was sick. The news came shortly after he and his wife, singer-songwriter Shaunyl Benson, 25, had decided to separate after a year of marriage. As Benson prepared to move back to her native Australia with Johnny, she and Angel noticed something was wrong with their son. “He’d have fevers and nosebleeds,” says Angel. “Tylenol helped, Photographs by CORAL VON ZUMWALT

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but the fever came back when they treatments have a profound effect got to Australia.” Benson got her son on his mood,” says Angel. He began tested, and “suddenly a doctor was throwing “violent” tantrums. “That’s asking me if I’d heard of hard to see, but that’s not ‘My son is leukemia,” she says. “I was, our Johnny,” says Angel. like, ‘My son doesn’t have supposed “That’s the steroids.” cancer.’ I was in denial.” Now Johnny is techto outlive It was 2 a.m. in Las Venically in remission but me. I’d gas when Angel got the will continue treatment rather it call about Johnny’s difor another two years. His be me that immune system is on the agnosis. “I felt helpless,” was sick’ says the magician, who rebound, and in August he —CRISS ANGEL dropped everything to fly visited the U.S. for the first to Brisbane to be by Johntime since his diagnosis. ny’s side. “I’m locked into a 10-year And his father has found new purcontract and had never missed one pose, founding the Johnny Crisstoshow,” says Angel, who is commitpher Children’s Charitable Foundated to performing 10 times a week at tion to raise awareness of pediatric the Luxor Las Vegas. “But I needed to cancer and search for a cure. “Many be with my son.” Because of his comkids with cancer don’t outlive their mitment to perform in Mindfreak parents. That has to change,” says Live! on the strip and the taping of Angel. “I want Johnny’s future to be a TV special that debuts on A&E in long and happy,” he says. “That kid is October, Angel was only able to visit just a bundle of love. He’s the truest his son one more time over the next form of magic.” 10 months. Johnny at Still, Angel was supportive a Brisbane long-distance. He and Benson have hospital in not reconciled but are determined March. to coparent Johnny. Both say it was difficult watching their son experience the side effects of cancer treatments, which included hair loss and behavioral changes. “Johnny is a happy, fun, loving boy, but the steroid

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‘I’M JUST JEN’ Bricker says she’s most touched by longtime friends who call her an inspiration: “That blows me away every time because I think, ‘You’ve known me since kindergarten!’”

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JEN BRICKER

MYAMAZING JOURNEY

ABANDONED AS AN INFANT BECAUSE SHE WAS BORN WITHOUT LEGS, JEN BRICKER THOUGHT ALL HER DREAMS HAD COME TRUE WHEN SHE BECAME A GYMNAST—UNTIL SHE FOUND OUT HER OLYMPIC IDOL DOMINIQUE MOCEANU WAS HER SISTER. By SANDRA SOBIERAJ WESTFALL

Jen Bricker (in ’88) spent her first three months in foster care. “She smiled at us, and we were in love,” recalls Sharon.

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o be a kid in Hardinville, Ill., in the 1990s, you had to skate. “It was the middle of nowhere, and the roller rink was the thing,” says Jen Bricker, recalling with a laugh how her parents, Sharon and Gerald, were nonplussed when their spirited little girl with no legs announced she wanted to roller-skate. “They were like, ‘Okay, well, put the skates on your hands.’ I can’t imagine what the guy where we bought the roller skates was thinking. He was looking at us like we were crazy!” Life has been this way—obstacles bulldozed by grit, creativity and laughter—for Bricker ever since she was a newborn and won the adoption lottery. “It was one miracle after another,” says Bricker, now 28, whose new memoir

Dominique “I saw her on TV and knew I was Romanian, she was Romanian, we kind of look alike, all these cool similarities,” says Bricker.

Everything Is Possible charts her extraordinary journey from abandoned infant to internationally known aerialist, acrobat and motivational speaker. “One day Mom heard about this girl born without legs [an amniotic band stopped blood from reaching Bricker’s lower body in utero] who needed a home, and Mom was like, ‘Yep, she’s mine.’ Two and a half months later, I was theirs, and they were exactly who I needed.” Sharon, Gerald and the three boys who became Jen’s older brothers didn’t just preach “You can do whatever you put your mind to,” they helped her figure out how—whether it was hand controls in the family threewheeler so she could go mudding or the “No thanks” to the school-assigned aide when Bricker was in second grade. PEOPLE September 12, 2016

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‘ALWAYS ENCOURAGEMENT’ Bricker (left, with prosthetic legs and, right, on the softball team in ’96) credits adoptive parents Gerald and Sharon for her confidence. “They would say, ‘Okay, we’ll figure out a way,’” says Bricker.

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DISCOVERING HER FAMOUS BIRTH SURNAME, BRICKER WRITES IN EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE, WAS ‘LIKE FINDING OUT I WAS A PRINCESS’ I was six the first time I saw Dominique Moceanu on TV. It felt like a lightbulb went off in my head: Aha! I want to be like her. She was tiny; I was tiny. She was fiery; I was fiery. She was born to Romanian parents; I knew I was born to Romanian parents. We even looked alike, with the same tan skin, huge dark eyes, and thick jet-black hair. I was drawn to her but couldn’t say why. .!.!.!I always knew I was adopted, and that fact didn’t trouble me much [but] my parents knew eventually one day I’d get curious and start digging. That day came when I was sixteen. My friend Kassi was adopted and had found out her biological last name. It seemed so cool and mysterious—a piece to a puzzle. “So,” I said to my mom. “Do you know what my last name was when I was born?” “Now, Jennifer,” she began. “You’re never gonna believe this.” She laid out on the table all the documents she’d kept. “Your biological last name is Moceanu.” I knew. I just knew. On some level, I had always known. On the outside I must have seemed eerily calm, but inside I was freaking out. “Dominique’s my sister.” It all made sense now. My parents, of course, had put two and two together several years ago. While watching the Olympics with me, they saw the 14-year-old gymnast I was fixated on—and the names of her parents, who were watching in the audience. My mom had seen their signatures on my adoption papers. After four years of failed attempts to contact Dominique, Jen was able to get the gymnast’s home address in Ohio in 2007. I copied pictures of myself from when I was a baby all the way to my current age, then crafted a carefully written letter that took forever to get just right. Finally, I packaged up my heart and soul in a big manila envelope and sent it out on a hope and a prayer. I waited for two weeks, truly the longest two weeks of my life. I remember I was talking to my neighbor at my front door. “I’m going to go check the mail,” she said. “Do you want me to grab yours too?” I said, “Sure, thanks.” She returned with a Christmas card. When I opened the envelope, a letter signed with Dominique’s signature fell out of the card. In that moment, my heart stopped!.!.!. I’ll never forget when I got to the middle of the letter and read Dominique’s words: “You’re about to be an auntie!” I knew right then and there that she had accepted me into her family.

BEFORE HER TIME “My retirement plan was to write a book when I have gray hair,” says Bricker. To be able to tell her story now “is such a blessing.”

From the book Everything Is Possible © 2016 by Jen Bricker. Published by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. Used by permission.

“My parents said, ‘We’re teaching her to be independent, not codependent,’” Bricker recalls. So when Bricker announced at age 8 that she wanted to be a gymnast, her parents let her loose on the trampoline and watched her collect trophies in power tumbling. They also sat with their daughter as she was glued to TV coverage of the 1996 Olympics, mesmerized by the United States’ star gymnast Dominque Moceanu, to whom Bricker bore an uncanny resemblance. “Jennifer just doted on Dominque,” says Gerald. “Halfway through the Olympics, she said to us, ‘Wouldn’t it be something if we found out we were related?’” When the time came for her parents to share that Moceanu was Jen’s biological sister (see book excerpt, left)—Bricker met even that bombshell with her usual pluck, recalls Gerald: “Sharon said to Jennifer, ‘You better sit down,’ and she said, ‘Mom, I’m always sitting down!’” After meeting in Cleveland in 2008, the long-lost sisters have become fast friends, and Bricker has bonded too with younger sister Christina, 27, who grew up with Dominique and now works in retail banking. And to go with their September 12, 2016 PEOPLE

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If You Paid for the Antibiotic Cipro in California You Could Get Money from a Class Action Settlement A partial Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit involving the antibiotic drug Cipro. The lawsuit claims that Bayer Corporation, Barr Laboratories, Inc., Hoechst Marion Roussel, Inc., Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and The Rugby Group, Inc. (the “Defendants”) violated antitrust and consumer protection laws by agreeing not to compete with each other and keeping lower cost generic versions of Cipro off the market. The Defendants deny this. No one is claiming that Cipro is unsafe or ineffective. WHAT DOES THE SETTLEMENT PROVIDE? Hoechst Marion Roussel, Inc., Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and The Rugby Group, Inc. have agreed to pay $100 million into a Settlement Fund (the “Fund”). After deducting attorneys’ fees, costs, and other fees and expenses, the Fund will be distributed to Class members who file valid claims. Payments will be based on the number of valid claims filed and how much you paid for Cipro. It is estimated that consumers will receive at least $25 each. The Settlement Agreement, available at the website www.CiproSettlement.com, contains more details. The Settlement Agreement involves only Hoechst Marion Roussel, Inc., Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and The Rugby Group, Inc. Bayer Corporation previously settled. The case will continue against Barr Laboratories, Inc.

NO CEILINGS Bricker has built a career that mixes high-flying aerial performances (“They’re really scary, but she does such a beautiful job,” says her mom) and motivational speeches. “Jen has a mission,” says sister Moceanu (below right, with Bricker in ’15). “And I’m so proud of how far she’s come.”

WHO IS INCLUDED? Generally you are included if you paid a pharmacy, doctor’s office, or hospital for some or all of a Cipro prescription in California between January 8, 1997 and December 31, 2005. Excluded from the Class are all persons who obtained Cipro through MediCal Prescription Drug Program, anyone who purchased Cipro in order to resell it, governmental entities, the Defendants and their related entities, all purchasers of Cipro who paid a flat co-payment and who would have paid the same co-payment for a generic substitute under the terms of their health insurance policy, and all persons or parties that have excluded themselves from the Class. HOW TO GET A PAYMENT Class Members must submit a Claim Form to get a payment. If you submitted a Claim Form and received payment in the Bayer settlement, visit the website www.CiproSettlement.com for more information. The information from your previous Claim Form will be used to calculate your share of this settlement. The Claim Form, and instructions on how to submit it, are available at www.CiproSettlement.com or by calling 1-866-404-0135. The deadline to submit a Claim Form is December 15, 2016.

The Court will hold a hearing on October 7, 2016 to consider whether to finally approve the Settlement and whether to approve Class Counsel’s application for attorneys’ fees of up to one third of the Settlement Fund, plus expenses, and service awards for the Class Representatives. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND A CLAIM FORM Visit: www.CiproSettlement.com Call 1-866-404-0135

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‘We talk more about sister stuff than we do about athletics’ —JEN BRICKER, ON HER RELATIONSHIP WITH MOCEANU

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YOUR OTHER RIGHTS AND OPTIONS If you are a Class Member, your right to exclude yourself from the Class (to opt out) expired in 2004, when the Class was certified and the original notice was disseminated. You may comment on or object to the proposed Settlement. To do so, you must act by September 23, 2016. Details on how to comment or object are at www. CiproSettlement.com.

matching mannerisms and laughter, the three women sport matching “sister tattoos,” a whimsical swirl with three twinkling stars. “We’ve gotten to a very good place,” says Dominique, now a gymnastics coach and mother of two and living in Ohio. Bricker never met her father, Dmitry, who was behind her placement in foster care; he died in 2008. But she is open to developing a relationship with her biological mother, Camilia. “That’s taking a bit longer,” she says. “She has some of her own demons to kinda work through.” For Bricker there’s only the future. After graduating from Oblong High School, she has built a stage career as an aerialist (she opened for Britney Spears’s Circus Tour) and now hopes to “flip things upside down and do some groundbreaking stuff”—maybe in the beauty industry or with a turn on Dancing with the Stars. And to her credits as an author and motivational speaker, she’d also like to add wife and mother. “I want the whole life—getting married, having kids, adopting a couple more.” And no matter how annoyed she gets by hauling a wheelchair around (for the places where walking on her hands would be just “gross”), she never wishes she had legs. “I’m able to inspire people,” she says. “And how could I do that if I wasn’t exactly how I am? It’d be so selfish to have legs.”


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IF TELEMARKETERS OR INTERNET MARKETERS FROM THE COMPANIES LISTED BELOW WITHDREW MONEY FROM YOUR BANK ACCOUNT OR YOU INCURRED CHARGES AS A RESULT, YOU MAY GET MONEY FROM A CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT. A proposed class action settlement has been reached in Reyes v. Zions First National Bank, Case No. 10-cv-0345, pending in federal court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The Plaintiff alleged that between October 2006 and March 2010, Zions First National Bank, NetDeposit, LLC, MP Technologies d/b/a Modern Payments and Teledraft, Inc., violated federal law by initiating debits on consumers’ accounts on behalf of allegedly fraudulent entities. The Zions Defendants deny Plaintiff’s allegations, deny any wrongdoing, and have agreed to settle to avoid the uncertainty, expense and burden of litigation.

Who is a Class Member? You may be a class member if you received an ACH debit entry or remotely-created check draft on your bank accounts on behalf of the merchants identified below, and/or if you incurred bank charges as a consequence of such ACH debit entries or remotely-created check drafts. The merchants include: Physician Health Services, LLC d/b/a Health Benefits Online; Health Management LLC d/b/a National Healthcare Solutions and National Health Net; Physician Health Systems, Inc. d/b/a Health Benefits Online; Market Power Marketing Solutions; Vexeldale LLC & Sourdale LLC d/b/a Zaazoom, cardsupportsite. com, Get Your Credit Report Now, Payday Loan Resources, www.pdloancs.com, PDcustserv.com, PayDLCS, Identity Theft Protection, www.IDtheCS.com; Idcustserv.com, IDprocs.com; Low Pay, Inc. d/b/a LPC Inc., mylpcard.com; RxSmart d/b/a Calivada Marketing; Group One Networks d/b/a US Gold Line, My Online Credit Store, Ecredit, Credit Line Gold Card, 1st Credit Improve, Fast Financial Coach; and Platinum Benefits Group.

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A $37,500,000 settlement fund will be established to pay class members based on the amounts taken from their accounts, and to pay the costs of notice and distribution, Plaintiff’s attorneys’ fees and expenses, and a service award to the individual plaintiff who represented the class. For most class members, money will be distributed directly into their bank accounts or by check without the need to file a claim. (You may update your bank account and address information as described below.) The settlement provides for an additional fund of up to $250,000 to cover claims for consumers who were debited by Teledraft, Inc. on behalf of companies using the names IDCustServ.com, IDProcs.com, IDtheCS.com, PDloancs.com, PDCustserv.com, and PayDLCS.com. If the total value of these claims exceeds $250,000, they will be covered by the common fund.

What are my options? You may exclude yourself from the settlement. If you do so, you will not receive a payment, but you will keep your right to sue regarding these claims. You must exclude yourself by November 1, 2016. You also have the right to stay in the settlement and object to any part that you do not agree with. You must send your objection to the Court by November 1, 2016. For more information on how to exclude yourself or object, visit www.telemarketingsettlement.com or call 1-844-412-1946. If you do nothing, you will receive the full benefits of the Settlement and you will be bound by the decision of the Court and will give up your rights to sue about these claims. The Court will hold a final hearing on November 21, 2016 to decide whether to approve the settlement and any fees or awards. The motion for the expenses, fees, and awards will be posted on the settlement website after it is filed. You may appear at this hearing, but you don’t have to. This is only a summary. For more information, including the detailed notice that explains the terms of the settlement, frequently asked questions, how to update your address or bank account information for automatic distribution, and how to file a claim, please visit www.telemarketingsettlement.com, or call 1-844-412-1946.

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ARape Survivor’s Fight for Justice AMANDA NGUYEN

After being raped in college, the Harvard grad and aspiring astronaut, 24, is now fighting for survivors’ rights in every part of the country

PROFESSION White House liaison, aspiring astronaut LIVES Washington, D.C.

Recognizing a Broken System

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Everyone needs them, and it shouldn’t depend on geography.

Making Change

I founded Rise (risenow.us), which advocates for legal protections for sexual-assault survivors. We drafted the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights, and in February it was introduced to the U.S. Senate. It now has to pass the House. It’s been incredible. Thousands of people have written in from all 50 states, talking about how much this bill means to them. I want people to understand the issue and support the bill, but equally

as important, I want people to understand that you can engage with your system and be a part of a change.

Shooting for the Stars

I went to Harvard for my undergraduate [degree] and studied government and astrophysics. When I was 18, NASA decided to take a chance on me. Despite my age they decided what mattered were my ideas. NASA is all about achieving the impossible. I want to be a mission specialist and discover an exoplanet. Where do I see myself in 10 years? On Mars, I hope! —CAITLIN KEATING

DEFENDING HER RIGHTS If Congress passes Nguyen’s Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill, the law will mandate that all victims of such crimes know their rights, can get information on their rape kits and have access to counseling.

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During college in October 2013, I was raped. I still remember the sun coming up after I left the hospital because I had been in there for hours. I felt so alone—I didn’t even know where or whom to turn to for help. In Massachusetts there is a six-month deadline to report the crime before your rape kit is destroyed, even though the statute of limitations to press charges is 15 years. So every six months I still have to fight for my kit. I started researching what my rights were, and I found out a handful of states have rights in place so this doesn’t happen.


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Oscar winner Redmayne stars as Newt Scamander in this Potter spinoff written by J.K. Rowling. Back in 1926 New York City, Scamander is a magizoologist studying Nifflers, Thunderbirds and other critters. “The world [Rowling] created is indelibly marked in all of our minds,” says Redmayne. “There were moments when you’d look down onset and see thousands of extras dressed up and so many of these extraordinary cars, and you feel immersed in it. That’s when you get goosebumps.”

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alongside Ben? He’s very smart and very funny and is definitely a practical actor. He comes to work to get his job done and to make the best movie possible but is still really normal sauce offcamera.

Are you a math whiz? Oh my God, no, it’s so embarrassing. My mom is an accountant, so I gave her the script and was like, “Can you please help me understand what is happening in this movie?’” Kendrick plays a clerk working with accountant Affleck. Redmayne chases magical creatures in Beasts.

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Benedict & Tilda have SUPERPOWERS Doctor Strange Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton

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Tom Hanks is playing SULLY Brace for impact. Hanks suits up as as Capt. Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger—the U.S. Airways pilot who made a heroic emergency landing on the Hudson River in 2009. “He really embodied him and obviously spent a lot of time with Sully,” says costar Aaron Eckhart, who plays copilot Jeffrey Skiles. “He nailed the precision of Capt. Sullenberger. It was impressive.” Sully himself (inset) regularly SEPT. 9

Sully Starring: Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart

visited the set of the Clint Eastwood-directed film, which depicts the hair-raising landing and the subsequent investigation that threatened to destroy the pilot’s career. Filming on the Hudson was an emotional experience for the cast. “We had all of the actual boats that were used in the rescue, a lot of the same people who were there,” Eckhart says. “It was quite moving to hear them tell their tale and to get the feel of what it was like.”

Strange things are afoot for Cumberbatch, who dons the swirling cape of the surgeon turned mystical superhero in this big-screen conjuring of the cult Marvel character. Along for the magical mystery tour is Swinton, playing a being called the Ancient One who serves as his dimension-hopping guru. Swinton says it wasn’t hard to fall under her “delightful” costar’s spell while relishing the chance to hop aboard the film’s “one-size-fits-all psychedelic tripping.” After all, she says, her character is “a consummate master in magic and wisdom who fights in a silk hoodie with glowing fans. How could anybody resist?”

...and more riveting real-life stories

SNOWDEN Sept. 16 | Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Edward Snowden, the ex-CIA staffer who leaked details of classified government surveillance programs, then fled to Russia. Oliver Stone directs.

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DEEPWATER HORIZON Sept. 30 | The crew of the exploding oil rig (led by Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell and Gina Rodriguez) fight for their lives during the 2010 disaster.

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QUEEN OF KATWE Sept. 23 | Checkmate! Impoverished young Ugandan girl Phiona Mutesi (Madina Nalwanga) trains to become a world chess champion. Lupita Nyong’o plays her resilient mom.

HACKSAW RIDGE Nov. 4 | Mel Gibson directs for the first time in 10 years to tell the story of Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield), a WWII Army medic and the first conscientious objector to win the Medal of Honor.

Cumberbatch sparks up some of the movie’s elaborate visual effects.

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Like more than 3 million other readers, Emily Blunt couldn’t put down Paula Hawkins’s twisty bestseller. “I think I read it in four hours,” she says. Blunt plays an alcoholic who becomes a witness in the investigation into a woman’s disappearance but isn’t a reliable source due to her blackout drinking. Blunt relished the challenge: “She’s the most damaged character I’ve ever played.”

Emily Blunt is the GIRL on the train The Girl on the Train Starring: Emily Blunt, Justin Theroux, Rebecca Ferguson

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...plus more movies to go to with your book club

BILLY LYNN’S LONG HALFTIME WALK Nov. 11 | Based on Ben Fountain’s awardwinning book, the movie tells the story of 19-year-old Iraq vet Billy Lynn (Joe Alwyn) and the turmoil he faces returning home.

INFERNO Oct. 28 | Dan Brown’s symbologist Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) teams with a doctor (Felicity Jones) in Florence to solve clues from Dante and stop a madman from unleashing a virus.

There are spooky

sweet movies for kids

STORKS Sept. 23 | Against the wishes of his boss Hunter (Kelsey Grammer), delivery stork Junior (Andy Samberg) embarks on a wild adventure—his first baby drop.

MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN Sept. 30 | Director Tim Burton adapted the supernatural young-adult book about teen Jacob (Asa Butterfield) and a group of very unusual orphans.

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TROLLS Nov. 4 | The so-ugly-they’re-cute dolls get their own movie, starring cheerful troll Poppy (Anna Kendrick) and cranky troll Branch (Justin Timberlake).

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JACK REACHER: NEVER GO BACK Oct. 21 | Tom Cruise returns as the rogue hero from Lee Child’s bestselling thrillers. Reacher must uncover a government conspiracy as he tries to clear his name.

A MONSTER CALLS Oct. 21 | Bring tissues for this adaptation of Patrick Ness’s novel about a boy (Lewis MacDougall) who gets help from a monster (voiced by Liam Neeson) to cope with his mom’s illness.


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MANCHESTER BY THE SEA Nov. 18 | Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams

THE DRESSMAKER Sept. 23 | Kate Winslet

THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN Nov. 18 | Hailee Steinfeld, Woody Harrelson Hamm and Gadot (below) in Keeping Up with the Joneses.

MASTERMINDS Sept. 30 | Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, Kristen Wiig

AMERICAN HONEY Sept. 30 |Shia LaBeouf DENIAL Sept. 30 |Rachel Weisz

HOLLYWOOD’S HOTTEST MEN ARE SADDLING UP THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN Sept. 23 | Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt gallop into their first western with a remake of the venerable 1960 classic (itself a do-over of Akira Kurosawa’s influential 1954 Seven Samurai), injecting new blood into the tale about gunslingers protecting a town from marauders. By Mary Green, Jodi Guglielmi, Alexis Loinaz, Mia McNiece, Aili Nahas and Kara Warner

THE BIRTH OF A NATION Oct. 7 | Nate Parker, Armie Hammer

MASCOTS Oct. 13 | Jane Lynch, Parker Posey KEVIN HART: WHAT NOW? Oct. 14 | Kevin Hart

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES Oct. 21 | Jon Hamm, Gal Gadot, Isla Fisher, Zach Galifianakis

AMERICAN PASTORAL Oct. 21 | Ewan McGregor, Jennifer Connelly

DESIERTO Oct. 14 | Gael García Bernal, Jeffrey Dean Morgan BLEED FOR THIS Nov. 4 | Miles Teller, Aaron Eckhart

ARRIVAL Nov. 11 | Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker SHUT IN Nov. 11 | Naomi Watts, Jacob Tremblay

ALMOST CHRISTMAS Nov. 11 | Danny Glover, Gabrielle Union

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On the set of her new Stash fragrance campaign.

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ROOTS I have a nostalgic connection to my hair color. It’s very similar to my hair as a girl, and what it looked like at the end of the summer. It’s funny because one of my [7-yearold twin] daughters, Tabitha, has that color identically. Even yesterday she was holding her hair up to mine, and we couldn’t see where hers ended and mine began. I was like, ‘But yours is free.’

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NAILS My nails are just buffed and clean. I use my hands a lot. I cook. I clean. I do laundry. [Nail polish] is not practical in my life given what my hands need to do every day! But for a red carpet, I will wear a dark green or something specific.

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I never really wear lipstick unless it’s for work. I have always been much more into slightly clear gloss colors—basically anything that’s really clean and simple. I like the new Marc Jacobs gloss because it makes me feel most like me.

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I’ve asked a lot of my feet for a lot of years, and they’ve been really good to me. I try to take care of them myself—I put on moisturizer and use a pumice. I don’t have a pedicure unless someone makes me for work, but I clip my own nails, and I always have a good nail clipper. Tabitha has been clipping her own nails for over a year. Every Sunday night we clip nails in our house. We call it “Clip Clip!”

By Sharon Clott Kanter

MY BEAUTY RULES

Wearing high heels from her footwear line, SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker.

Sarah Jessica Parker THE ACTRESS, 51, SHARES HER PRACTICAL APPROACH TO HAIR, MAKEUP AND MORE

I’ve always loved this look. I’ve used my dear friend Laura Mercier’s Caviar Eye Stick since she gave me an early sample of it many years ago. I went crazy for it! To be honest, I’m not supergood about cleaning it off, but I like how that looks. Right now, I have traces of whatever was there when I went to dinner a couple nights ago. Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colour in Tuxedo, $29; lauramercier .com

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THE HOST OF THE RACHAEL RAY SHOW WHIPS UP A DISH THAT’S BURSTING WITH FLAVOR

1 head garlic 21⁄ 2 tbsp. olive oil, divided 2 (21⁄ 2-lb.) butternut squash, halved lengthwise and seeded 1 tsp. freshly grated nutmeg 1 tsp. kosher salt (or to taste) 3⁄ 4 tsp. black pepper (or to taste) 11⁄ 2 cups ricotta cheese 3 tbsp. fresh thyme leaves 1 tbsp. grated lemon or orange zest 4 oz. sharp white cheddar food cheese, shredded, divided HACK 4 oz. pecorino cheese, grated, divided 4 oz. Parmigiano-Reggiano ‘To tell if the squash is cooked cheese, grated, divided through, gently pierce the meat of 1. Preheat oven to 400°. Cut 1⁄ 3 in. the squash with a off the pointed end of garlic bulb; paring knife,” says place on a piece of aluminum foil, Ray. “It should and drizzle with 1 tbsp. oil. Fold slide in easily with foil to seal. no resistance.’ 2. Brush cut sides of squash with remaining oil; sprinkle evenly with nutmeg, salt and pepper. Place squash and garlic packet on a large rimmed baking sheet. Bake until squash is tender, 35-40 minutes; continue baking garlic 5 more minutes. Cool squash 30 minutes. 3. Squeeze the garlic from the skins into a small bowl; using the back of a fork, mash to make a paste. 4. Scrape out squash pulp into a large bowl, leaving about a 1⁄ 4-in. shell rim intact. Add garlic paste, ricotta, thyme, zest and ¾ cup each of the other cheeses, and mash together until well combined. 5. Spoon squash mixture into shells; sprinkle evenly with remaining cheeses. Bake until browned and bubbling, 15 to 20 minutes. Serves: 4 Active time: 30 minutes Total time: 1 hour, 15 minutes

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THE CHEF IS SERVING THIS SANDWICH AT BLT FISH SHACK DURING THE 2016 U.S. OPEN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FLUSHING, NEW YORK

2 tbsp. salted butter 4 hoagie rolls, halved lengthwise 4 large eggs 2 tbsp. Dijon mustard 2 cups coarse-ground cornmeal 2 tbsp. kosher salt 1 tbsp. black pepper 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups fine, dry breadcrumbs 12 large shrimp, peeled, deveined and butterflied 1⁄ 2 cup canola oil, divided 2 cups mayonnaise 2 tbsp. minced chipotle in adobo sauce 1 tsp. lime zest plus 1 tbsp. fresh lime juice 8 cooked bacon slices 1⁄ 2 cup corn kernels 1⁄ 4 cup chopped scallions

1. Preheat broiler. Spread butter on cut sides of rolls, and broil until lightly toasted. Set aside. 2. Whisk together eggs, mustard and 1 tablespoon cold water in a bowl. Combine cornmeal, salt and pepper in a shallow dish. Place flour in second shallow dish and breadcrumbs in third shallow dish. Dredge each shrimp in flour; dip in egg mixture, shaking off any excess. Dredge in cornmeal mixture; dip again in egg mixture, shaking off any excess. Dredge in breadcrumbs until evenly coated. 3. Heat 1⁄ 4 cup oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add 6 shrimp to skillet, and cook until crisp and cooked through, 2 to 3 minutes per side. Repeat with remaining shrimp and oil. 4. Mix mayo, chipotle, lime zest and lime juice in a blender until smooth. 5. Spread 2 tablespoons mayo mixture on rolls. Add 3 shrimp; top with bacon, corn and scallions. Cover with roll tops. Serve with remaining mayo sauce. Serves: 4 Active time: 35 minutes Total time: 40 minutes

food HACK

Buy frozen shrimp and defrost them at home. Most shrimp are frozen after they’re caught and shipped to groceries.

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home

SCOTT’S TOP TIPS

‘We found the perfect place. It was a lot of work, but it’s got a lot of cool rooms. You only do your dream home once!’

HOW TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR DREAM HOME FOR YOU

MAKE AN INSPIRATION BOOK Collect all your ideas and put them into a binder. Then consult with a pro to create the best design.

—SCOTT McGILLIVRAY

A 4-ft.-by-9-ft. quartz island anchors the girls’ craft room, a DIYers’ dream space.

HOME TOUR

Scott McGillivray’s Custom Home! THE REAL ESTATE INVESTOR AND CONTRACTOR BUILDS HIS OWN DREAM HOME

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: RICHARD SIBBALD; COURTESY OF HGTV CANADA; RICHARD SIBBALD; COURTESY OF HGTV CANADA

AFTER 16 YEARS helping others achieve their dreams, HGTV’s host of Income Property, Scott McGillivray, 38, has built a forever home of his own in Toronto. He and wife Sabrina, 37, “engineered everything around our family,” he says. “After doing hundreds of renovations, I had 10 years of ideas.” They will all be showcased in his new show Moving the McGillivrays. For instance, a craft room (above and left) for daughters Myah, 4, and Layla, 2, has dedicated spaces for painting, framing and gluing. The five-bedroom French châteaustyle home also has an extra garage. “It’s got my tools, a bar, a TV and a hot rod,” says McGillivray. But the centerpiece is the kitchen, designed for entertaining with a separate space for wine, providing “easy access to all the fun stuff.” —JENNIFER HEYDE In this room off the kitchen, the couple designed a separate space for glassware, complete with a customized wine rack.

SCOTT’S FRIENDS HANG OUT IN HIS SECOND GARAGE

SELECT A THEME Do you like traditional? Or are you more of a contemporary person? This really helps in terms of which experts you pick and what materials you’re going to use. TRY OUT COLORS AND MATERIALS Get samples. You don’t realize how much natural light will affect your choices. EXPECT TO CHANGE YOUR MIND That’s normal. Every decision that you make will impact something else. BEWARE OF YOUR BANK ACCOUNT You’re going to go 20 percent over budget, so be prepared.

Tune In! Moving the McGillivrays premieres Sept. 25 on HGTV Canada.

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body JESSIE JAMES DECKER

What I Eat in a Day ‘NEVER STARVE YOURSELF, AND EAT LOTS OF PROTEIN,’ SAYS THE ‘LIGHTS DOWN LOW’ SINGER, 28

Lunch

4 ounces of grilled chicken over spinach salad with a handful of strawberries and feta cheese; olive oil, honey and white-wine vinegar dressing with salt and pepper

‘I refill a 32-oz. mason jar four to five times a day with water and lemon. It’s the only way I keep up with my water intake!’

Snack

8 ounces of chocolate protein shake with cashew milk

—JESSIE JAMES DECKER

Hydration

Water with lemon throughout the day

Breakfast

Coffee with cane sugar and creamer; 2 mini corn tortillas with turkey bacon, scrambled eggs, Louisiana Hot Sauce and sprinkled shredded cheese

Snack

Vanilla protein shake with cashew milk

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Dinner

4 ounces grilled flank steak with cut-up oven-roasted sweet potatoes and cauliflower with olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder

Dessert

Mama’s homemade chocolate-chip cookies (from Williams-Sonoma)

Total Calories: 1,784 The Verdict Jessie does a great job of eating

balanced meals with various health benefits, says Atlanta-based dietitian Marisa Moore. “I love that Jessie makes her own salad dressings. Olive oil is an anti-inflammatory choice, and the strawberries are a good source of potassium for healthy blood pressure.” While protein shakes can be a great recovery drink after an intense workout, Moore says, “choose carefully, as they can add sugars and calories.” By Jessica Fecteau

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TIP! CORN TORTILLAS ARE HIGH IN FIBER AND LOWER IN CALORIES THAN BREAD.


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Chris Noth

THE TYRANT STAR, 61, PLAYS AN ATTORNEY IN THE FILM WHITE GIRL

Last vacation

I went with my family to Crete. It was the best vacation I’ve ever had. The ruins are incredible, and the food is so pure and clean. We went swimming in the Aegean Sea, and it was bliss.

Last indulgence

Cuban cigars—when I can get them! They’re hard to acquire, but there are a few different ways. And when I do get them, they don’t last long. I know, it’s a bad habit.

Last time I was injured

The other day I was throwing my kid [son Orion, 8] around on the bed, and I pulled a muscle in my back. He loves to be thrown around, but he’s not as light as he used to be! My back is going, “Not so fast, partner.” I’ve got to stay young for him. It’s a good incentive to hit the gym.

Last time I drank too much

‘My son and I like to look for stones in the water. I don’t have a stamp collection; I have a stone collection!’

I had a night out during our pre-wrap party [for Tyrant] in Budapest. We went out with good intentions, and we hit it hard. We ended up someplace, and they recognized us and threw vodkas at us. I remember they played Return of the Mack, and we all went crazy.

Last time my kid made me laugh

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