JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Kumail Nanjiani has a few names for quarantine life. He has divided time firmly between "pre-Hanks/Wilson" and "post-Hanks/Wilson," referring to the early COVID-19 diagnosis for Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson. And he has settled on calling the strange, bewildering days of lockdown "The Weirds." This applies to all the confusion and just plain odd parts of life since the pandemic began. Like when Nanjiani was on "Good Morning America" last week. "I did that over Zoom from my garage. It's New York time, 5 a.m., so the sun's not out. I'm wearing pajama bottoms," says Nanjiani. "It's just a strange reminder of how different everything is right now." With his wife, the screenwriter Emily V. Gordon, Nanjiani has been chronicling all the mood swings, an
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