Entertainment weekly covers 2020. The 2020 Golden Globe winners as told by EW covers and interviews

The 50 most anticipated books of 2020

entertainment weekly covers 2020

The reliably excellent, National Book Award-winning author goes especially personal with her latest, taking the action back to 1953 in a novel based on the life of her grandfather, a night watchman who carried the fight against Native dispossession from rural North Dakota all the way to Washington, D. This summer, with the whole team — Tarantino, along with stars Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Leonardo DiCaprio — to rehash their time on what we can only imagine was a nearly unbelievable set. If the Golden Globes gave away an award for Best Shirtless Scene or Most Titillating Roof Work it would go to Brad Pitt for the rest of eternity. He was singing a different tune by the end of the Riff Off, declaring Cabello the winner. It wasn't easy narrowing down next year's list of buzzy titles to just 50, so trust that this is going to be a great reading year.

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The 50 most anticipated books of 2020

entertainment weekly covers 2020

At the end of 2019, we gathered the younger Cox generation — portrayed by Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, and Jeremy Strong — to honor them with one of our six. We know a star and apparently, a future Golden Globe winner when we see one. Safe to call this exploration of the relationship between a recently widowed writer and the undocumented and pregnant teenager who shows up on her doorstep anticipated. Here are the books we're most excited for, from major novels to fascinating memoirs to a Jim Carrey book we're struggling to explain. The groundbreaking Dominican-American author of In the Time of Butterflies hasn't published an adult novel in well over a decade. It's a typically inventive effort from the award-winning author, set in a realistic near-future America wherein a baseball prodigy is recruited to play in the Olympics.

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The 50 most anticipated books of 2020

entertainment weekly covers 2020

It's been a decade since we've had a Gish Jen novel, but The Resisters promises to be worth the wait. It was a good year for all of the and — dare we say it — it was a great year for Entertainment Weekly. He won the Best Director award at the Golden Globes for his troubles and talent in addition to the movie taking home the Best Picture — above, watch Mendes and his newcomer cast talk about the behemoth film. And click the release dates on each slide to make all the pre-orders your heart desires. Greenwell's long-awaited follow-up to What Belongs to You expands on the world of his lauded debut, following a queer American teacher in Sofia, Bulgaria preparing to leave his time abroad, as he reflects on the various intimate, haunting encounters — sexual and otherwise — that have characterized his time away.

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The 2020 Golden Globe winners as told by EW covers and interviews

entertainment weekly covers 2020

. Watch the Riff Off in the video above. Quentin Tarantino also won a statue for Best Screenplay for his surrealist retelling of the Manson Murders. Read our with Colman and the rest of the new cast to learn about how they handled the terrifying prospect of portraying very real monarchs. In defense of the latter, Cabello covered music by her boyfriend, , as well as in an a cappella Riff Off. . .

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