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By now, this was no longer a novel occurrence, and CIA people had come to call it “getting hit.” One senior intelligence officer in EEMC, the Center Polymeropoulos used to run, had gotten hit twice while traveling under cover, first in Poland in the spring of 2019, then again in Tbilisi, Georgia, that fall. He,
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“The fandom on the show has been amazing, and seeing people have articulate discussions about character is so satisfying,” says Mescal, who notes that “99 percent” of his interactions with fans have been “really positive.” And that’s not even mentioning the praise he’s received from veteran actors, from Hugh Jackman to Richard E. Grant. Some
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We spent a good amount of time in Woodstock and in New York City and on the phone talking about where his career might take him from here. With great humility, he acknowledges his skill. But he has been thinking a lot about the difference between preternatural talent and mastery—the work that’s required to ascend
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In the midst of a pandemic, writer Dan Riley caught up with actor Timothée Chalamet in Woodstock, New York for GQ’s November cover profile. Officially, Chalamet was there preparing for an upcoming role as a young Bob Dylan, who famously went upstate to convalesce after a motorcycle accident. Unofficially, Chalamet was taking the opportunity to
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“The only thing that is planned is the set list,” Gracie Abrams tells me about her first ever tour, which has virtually visited cities from Berlin to Sydney so far, and is set to travel back to Europe in May. Abrams is speaking to me over Zoom from her Los Angeles bedroom, and I can
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