Prince William and Kate Middleton have welcomed their third child. William brought Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the Lindo Wing to visit their baby brother. Not long after, William and Kate brought their new son out on the steps of the hospital for his official debut to the world. Click here for more details. 📷: Tim Rooke/Shutterstock; Mike Marsland/ WireImage
EW’s editor-in-chief Henry Goldblatt, editor-at-large Lynette Rice, and TV critic Kristen Baldwin will break down everything you need to know about the Emmy Awards. They’ll debate who should be nominated for TV’s biggest honor and why (spoiler alert: they don’t always agree) and reveal industry secrets like how the nominees are chosen. Listen and subscribe here.
Chris Pratt is back for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the franchise’s darkest installment yet. Get exclusive scoop on the film, plus 68 more summer movies. 📷: Matthias Clamer for EW
Blessed be the new season of The Handmaid’s Tale
We visited the show’s Toronto set to find out what’s in store for season 2 of TV’s most critically acclaimed drama. Get your exclusive preview. 📷: Sara Hirakawa and Mark Williams for EW.
We brought the cast of the landmark show back together for its 20th anniversary to reminisce about Capeside, talk reboot chances, and more. You can pick up the special group cover on newsstands starting 3/30, and the four other covers exclusively at Barnes & Noble starting 4/3. 📷: Marc Hom for EW
Do you stay up late waiting for Game of Thrones recaps to go online? Did you spend hours obsessing over all the hints you missed in Get Out? Are you still completely obsessed with Harry Potter? We’re all entertainment geeks here at EW, and we’re looking for recent graduates who are as passionate about pop culture as we are. We need you to be well-versed in at least one of the areas we cover (TV, movies, music, and books).
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This isn’t an internship for someone who thinks they might be interested in entertainment journalism; it’s an internship for someone who lives and breathes pop culture. The ideal candidate will have impeccable research, reporting, and writing skills, and will already have completed at least one internship.
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We’re celebrating the epic superhero mashup in Avengers: Infinity War with 15 epic covers of your favorite heroes. Prepare for war with our 40-page guide to all the films and an exclusive preview of what’s to come in the Marvel Universe.
So I’m hyperventilating a little so if I fall over, pick me up because I’ve got a few things to say.
When you win the biggest award of the night but gotta check in case they make last year’s mistake
See, I could have sworn there was one more peanut butter (protein bar) left.