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#GoT’s language creator reviews people speaking Dothraki and High Valyrian

After winning America’s Got Talent in 2016, @GraceVanderWaal is on the fast track to teen stardom. She'll star in Disney's highly-anticipated Stargirl adaptation and release new music this summer—but first, she has to finish freshman year. Hit the link in bio for @jduboff's interview with the musician. Photograph by @ladymargit.

After four decades, #StarWars is drawing to its epic conclusion. Lev Grossman, the writer of V.F.’s The Rise of Skywalker cover story, goes behind the scenes with director J.J. Abrams and the cast for the inside scoop—and reveals what we know about Episode 9, what we don't know, and what he can't say.

Our #StarWars covers have been taking readers to a galaxy far, far away since 1999. Tap the link in bio to read them all.

All hail the long weekend. Photograph by @miguelreveriego. #VFMood

Once upon a time, Joe and Anthony Russo had plans to go to law school—which means we might have never gotten #AvengersEndgame. At the link in bio, watch the Russo brothers break down their careers, from Arrested Development to the MCU.

The sun may soon be setting on #Cannes, but the fashion game on the Croisette remains strong. Hit the link in bio to catch up on the festival's final looks.

Desus and Nero get put to the test

“My attorneys thought this was a terrible idea and that I should not do it under any circumstances,” Michael Avenatti told V.F.'s Emily Jane Fox at the beginning of their interview—but they did it anyway. At the link in bio, read about the #Resistance hero's epic slide from presidential hopeful to pariah. Photograph by Philip Montgomery.

Linda Hamilton is back as Sarah Connor in Terminator: Dark Fate—and V.F. has an exclusive first look at the iconic heroine against a post-Judgment Day landscape.

Speculation is rampant about who will “rise” as the Skywalker in #StarWars: The Rise of Skywalker. Could it still be original hero, Luke Skywalker himself? The answer, it turns out, could very well reflect the way the world has changed since Star Wars debuted in 1977. Read the full cover story at the link in bio. Photograph by Annie Leibovitz.

Each #StarWars film builds to a climactic lightsaber duel—and The Rise of Skywalker is no different, with Rey and Kylo Ren battling it out in a stormy confrontation. Their Force connection, which Adam Driver calls their “maybe-bond,” will turn out to run even deeper than previously revealed. And perhaps related, sources close to the film say that #TROS will, at long last, bring to a climax the millennia-long conflict between the Jedi Order and the Sith. Read the full cover story at the link in bio. Photograph by Annie Leibovitz.

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