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Making sense of the many ‘octopus arms’ of Steve Martin’s life

Morgan Neville’s Apple TV+ documentary “STEVE! (martin) a documentary in two pieces,” which premieres Friday, is an attempt to synthesize all the Steve Martins, or at least line them up next to each other. The “King Tut” guy with the arrow through his head. The “wild and crazy guy.” The “Jerk.” The Grammy-winner. The novel writer. And the self-lacerating comic who says in the film: “I guarantee I had no talent.”

‘Palm Royale’ has ‘the best ladies in the business’

The cast of the new Apple TV+ series, which includes Kristen Wiig, Laura Dern (also an executive producer), Allison Janney and Leslie Bibb, impressed comedy legend Carol Burnett enough to sign onto the show, even though Burnett’s character spends multiple episodes in a coma. The series, set in 1969, takes a satirical look at the lengths a woman takes for acceptance into high society.

Meet Matt Friend, Hollywood and TikTok’s new favorite impressionist

The 25-year-old, just a few years removed from college, has amassed more than a million followers on TikTok, frequently guests on cable news networks, has started voicing characters on “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons” and is currently in the middle of a national stand-up tour, mixing in his astute impressions with observational humor. On the red carpet, whether he’s at the Grammys or the Emmys, it seems like every celebrity is pleased to meet him, having become increasingly familiar with his online presence. 

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