“The Fall Guy, Hacks, ”and “The Idea of You ”lead this week’s Must List

See EW’s top pop culture picks for the week of May 3.

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<p>HBO; Amazon; Universal Pictures</p> Jean Smart, Anne Hathaway, and Ryan Gosling

HBO; Amazon; Universal Pictures

Jean Smart, Anne Hathaway, and Ryan Gosling

The Fall Guy

<p>Eric Laciste/Universal Pictures</p> Ryan Gosling in 'The Fall Guy'

Eric Laciste/Universal Pictures

Ryan Gosling in 'The Fall Guy'

Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt bring explosive chemistry (and literal explosions!) to this delightful action blockbuster about a down-on-his-luck stuntman (Gosling) who tries to rescue his director ex-girlfriend’s (Blunt) movie after her star (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) goes missing. Not only is it a love letter to stunt performers — the underappreciated heroes of moviemaking — but it's the rare role that takes advantage of Gosling's talents, fusing the romance of The Notebook, the comedy of The Nice Guys, and the action skills of Blade Runner 2049. The result is (pardon the pun) an absolute blast. Devan Coggan, Senior Writer

Read EW’s full review of The Fall Guy here.

The Idea of You

<p>Courtesy of Prime</p> Nicholas Galitzine and Anne Hathaway in 'The Idea of You'

Courtesy of Prime

Nicholas Galitzine and Anne Hathaway in 'The Idea of You'

Temperatures are rising, so indulge in the boy-band bliss and age-gap romance of this Robinne Lee novel adaptation. The Prime Video film follows 40-year-old art dealer Solène (Anne Hathaway) and twenty-something heartthrob Hayes (Nicholas Galitzine) through an unexpected entanglement. A win for the Make Movies Sexy Again crowd, it's as light, refreshing, and fun as a poolside popsicle. Maureen Lee Lenker, Senior Writer

Read EW’s full review of The Idea of You here.

Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar

<p>Netflix</p> Sanjeeda Sheikh, Richa Chadha, Manisha Koirala, and Aditi Rao Hydari in 'Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar'


Sanjeeda Sheikh, Richa Chadha, Manisha Koirala, and Aditi Rao Hydari in 'Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar'

Award-winning Indian director Sanjay Leela Bhansali goes Bollywood big with his first-ever streaming project, an eight-episode Netflix musical drama set in 1940s Lahore. This lavish tale of dueling courtesans (Manisha Koirala and Sonakshi Sinha), tragic young lovers (Sharmin Segal and Taha Shah Badussha), and India's fight for independence from Britain is as engrossing as it is epic. Kristen Baldwin, TV Critic

Dua Lipa’s Radical Optimism

<p>Tyrone Lebon</p> Dua Lipa

Tyrone Lebon

Dua Lipa

Since her epic opening performance at the Grammys in February, I've been counting down the days until the singer's third studio album release. Launched with singles "Houdini" and "Training Season," the 11-track record is sure to provide splashy pop hits for the summer that’s right around the corner. (Bonus, she's host and musical guest on SNL this weekend.) Madeline Cisneros, Editorial Apprentice


<p>Beth Dubber/Max</p> Carl Clemons-Hopkins and Jean Smart in 'Hacks'

Beth Dubber/Max

Carl Clemons-Hopkins and Jean Smart in 'Hacks'

Deborah Vance (Jean Smart) and Ava Daniels (Hannah Einbinder) tackle their biggest career opportunity yet in season 3. Flawless guest casting, quality antics with Jimmy (Paul W. Downs) and Kayla (Megan Stalter), and a cutthroat, season-ending cliffhanger prove that the Max comedy is aging as beautifully as its star. (First two episodes streaming now.) Kristen Baldwin, TV Critic

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