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New Rom-Com Wave Is Big On Imagining Real-Life Offline (The Hollywood Reporter)

The State of the Union: Why There’s Still Hope for Rom-Coms (Vanity Fair)

Why the Cult of Jo March and Little Women Endures (Vanity Fair)

How to Fix the Romantic Comedy (Dame)

Author Erin Carlson Reminisces About Her Favorite New Yorker (American Way)

You’ve Got Mail: A Valentine’s Day Tribute to Nora Ephron (Vanity Fair)

Outrageous Sexism in Hollywood Exposed (Fortune)

Meryl Streep Had to Fend Off Jack Nicholson Repeatedly While Filming Heartburn (Town and Country)

Why You Shouldn’t Cross Meryl Streep on a Film Set (Literary Hub)

Meryl Streep Calls Tommy Lee Jones ’50 Shades of Grumpy’ (The Hollywood Reporter)

Falling for Nora Ephron: We’ll All Have What She’s Having (The Daily Beast)

It’s Not Just Caitlyn: Transgender People Are Having Their TV Moment (Fortune)

Bourdain: Yes, He Really Does Eat All Those Weird Things (The Associated Press)

Is It Such a Bad Thing to Speak Your Mind? (The Associated Press)

Anne Hathaway Learns From a Legend in Prada (The Associated Press)

Romantic Comedies by the Bay (Nob Hill Gazette)

Is Joe Talbot the Next Francis Ford Coppola? (Nob Hill Gazette)

Interview: Francis Ford Coppola Talks ‘Megalopolis’ (Nob Hill Gazette)

Sir Ben Ainslie Had a Good Excuse for Skipping the Coronation (Town and Country)