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Amy Poehler talks smart girls, Inside Out, Bill Hader

What IS inside Amy Poehler‘s head? Parade spent some time interviewing her and photographing her for this week’s cover. The best answer came from Amy herself in the doodles she provided for the cover image — in a word, JOY.As her many fans already know, it’s smart, funny and sunny in there.  So it’s no […]

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Julianne Moore on Still Alice, and Why She Wants to Win the Oscar: “It’s a very, very big deal”

Julianne Moore has done it again, earning her fifth Oscar nomination for her portrayal of a mother of three who is struck with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease in the film Still Alice — and the spot as front runner for Best Actress at next week’s awards ceremony. The gorgeous talent spoke with Parade. here’s some of […]

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Ed Sheeran: “I don’t think I’ll be living this life in 10 years’ time”

British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran‘s songs showcase his acoustic soul, heartfelt lyrics, and some pretty wicked rapping skills. Over the past few years, Sheeran has taken America by storm, starting with his 2012 mega-hit “The A Team,” which was followed by a spot on Taylor Swift‘s 2013 tour. In some ways, Sheeran’s a male version of Swift: young, […]

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Superstar Luke Bryan Goes Home to Georgia: ‘Everything you see is ingrained in my music and who I am’

From personal tragedy to the top of the charts, country’s newest superstar, Luke Bryan, 37, has lived a life worthy of any great country song. But for Bryan, the road started in the small town of Leesburg, Georgia. In this Sunday’s Parade, Bryan goes back home for a personal tour of his hometown.“Everything you see is ingrained in […]

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Eva Longoria: “Had I known how hard acting was going to be, I wouldn’t have done it”

That’s actress Eva Longoria in this Sunday’s Parade who is devoting herself to pursuits beyond acting, including producing, directing, philanthropy, and politics. She directs the first episode of Devious Maids’ second season, airing April 20 on Lifetime). Longoria talks to Parade about Hollywood stardom; the meaning of beauty, family, and love; and why the commitments in her life are becoming […]

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SECRETS OF DOWNTON ABBEY: FROM A TO Z

As season four of Downton Abbey kicks off Sunday January 5 on PBS’s Masterpiece, Parade offers an obsessive tour of the blockbuster show’s beloved characters, customs, and costumes—from A (American Heiresses) to Z (some of the best Zingers from Maggie Smith’s Dowager Countess Violet). Here is just a sampling of the more surprising facts included on the list: F […]

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Survivor Mark Wahlberg Gets Personal: Family, Faith, Legos & Burgers

  Mark Wahlberg has come a long way since his modest beginning days in Boston and his musical rise as hip-hopper Marky Mark. Now a major player in Hollywood, the father of four who used to model Calvin Klein underwear, calls the shots and seems to relish most his role as dad. In a candid […]

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Mindy Kaling: “If I had a boyfriend who cooked for me, that’d be it. I would never stray.”

This Sunday, Parade visits Mindy Kaling, the force behind TV’s The Mindy Project, at her Los Angeles home.   Although the currently single 34-year-old is working overtime as the creator, head writer, and star of her show, she takes a break to open up to the magazine about her design philosophy (“I’m a ‘more is more’ person”), her personal and […]

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Robin Williams: On Returning to TV, Getting Sober, Divorce & Betrayal by Lance Armstrong

Parade visits Robin Williams, who is returning to TV in his first series since he gained fame in Mork & Mindy more than 30 years ago. The 62 year old Oscar winner plays an unorthodox adman in CBS’s The Crazy Ones (starting Sept. 26), costarring Sarah Michelle Gellar as his daughter and ad agency partner. […]

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Oprah Winfrey & Forest Whitaker Talk Lee Daniels’ The Butler, Racism, N-word

Parade this Sunday features a very personal conversation with Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, and director Lee Daniels (Precious) about their new movie and the questions it raises about race in America. The powerful chronicle of one black man’s years of service in the White House during the most tumultuous period in the nation’s civil rights history, Lee […]

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