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The expectations and perception around the ‘Back to Black’ movie reflect a sort of mean grief over the singer persisting to this day Getty Images/Monumental Pictures/Ringer illustration We weren’t very kind to Amy Winehouse when she walked among us. She was a tremendous singer with a mesmerizing style, a strange case of a 21st-century pop
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In honor of the imminent ‘Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga,’ we’re shifting into high gear to determine the best chase scene in cinema history Getty Images/Ringer illustration Its two stars hated each other. It won six Oscars. It made Bong Joon-ho cry tears of joy. And now, its prequel is almost upon us. After wowing
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Matt is joined by Lucas Shaw to discuss why Netflix, Apple, and other streaming platforms are looking to change how they pay actors Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images Matt is joined by Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw to discuss why Netflix, Apple, and other streaming platforms are looking to change how they pay actors (03:25). After years
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The film Hollywood doesn’t want you to see tries to cohere into something genuinely transcendent, but ultimately amounts to a banal vanity project American Zoetrope/Ringer illustration “When we leap into the unknown, we prove we are free,” says trailblazing and controversial urbanist Caesar Catalina (Adam Driver) in Francis Ford Coppola’s long-awaited Megalopolis. As the title
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I Saw the TV Glow is, on its surface, a movie about identity and teenage isolation. But it’s also about how we attach those ideas to art and entertainment consumption during our formative years. And on yet another level, A24’s new psychological coming-of-age drama is about the mediums through which art and entertainment are passed
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Jodi and Chelsea chat about some of the shows they’re watching right now, including John Mulaney’s ‘Everybody’s in L.A.’ Netflix Jodi and Chelsea dive into the internet’s obsessions this week, including the newest three-minute Wicked trailer (4:45), Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie’s mysterious new show (13:53), and a plethora of salacious Bravo drama (19:35). Then
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Sean, Amanda, and Chris are here to weigh in on the coolest scene from an action movie Paramount Pictures We are drafting again! Sean, Amanda, and Chris Ryan reunite for a draft of the coolest scenes in action movie history. Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda DobbinsGuest: Chris RyanSenior Producer: Bobby Wagner Subscribe: Spotify / Apple
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Chris and Andy also discuss Bob Iger’s admission that he tried to tell too many stories at the start of streaming and the many prequels being announced, starting with ‘Dune: Prophecy’ HBO Chris and Andy discuss standing ovation culture at the Cannes Film Festival (01:29), and Bob Iger’s admission that he tried to tell too
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Rachel Lindsay and Chelsea Stark-Jones break down all of the casting news that came out of Bravoland this week before recapping ‘Summer House,’ ‘The Valley,’ and ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Bravo Rachel Lindsay welcomes Chelsea Stark-Jones back onto the podcast to break down all of the casting news that came out of Bravoland this week (2:39) before
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With the Amy Winehouse movie ‘Back to Black’ now out in theaters, it’s only right to look back at the progenitor of the modern music biopic: Dewey Cox Getty Images/Columbia Pictures/Focus Features/Warner Bros./Ringer illustration When examining the most influential cinematic figures of the 21st century, a few names rise to the surface: the Joker, Harry
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David and Kaz are joined by Brian Gewirtz, former WWE head writer and executive producer of Young Rock, to discuss his latest project, ‘Who Killed WCW?’ VIce TV David and Kaz are joined by Brian Gewirtz, former WWE head writer and executive producer of Young Rock, to discuss which WWE superstars he thinks are the
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Media analyst Rich Greenfield stops by to talk about Amazon’s splashy announcements, YouTube viewership, and more Universal Matt is joined by media analyst Rich Greenfield to give out their biggest takeaways from the TV up-fronts, including Netflix’s three-year deal with the NFL, YouTube’s impressive viewership data, Amazon’s slew of splashy announcements, and why this year
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‘X-Men ’97’ successfully built on the legacy of ‘X-Men: The Animated Series,’ setting up Season 2 while potentially laying the groundwork for future animated revivals Disney+/Ringer illustration Through the first few episodes of X-Men ’97, the revival appeared to be a worthy successor to X-Men: The Animated Series, infusing nostalgia for the beloved Saturday morning
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Tyson, Riley, and Yam Yam talk about how the show is edited and give their predictions for the finale! CBS Riley is back! He is joined by Tyson and Yam Yam from Season 44 to recap the 11th episode of Survivor 46. Together, they give their impressions of the season so far and how the
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