Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with director Joe Wright to discuss how he picked himself up after the failure of his 2015 film, Pan, to deliver Darkest Hour, a Winston Churchill biopic that stars a mesmerizing Gary Oldman. Plus: Wright discusses the changing state of the movie business and why he took the reins on an episode of Black Mirror.
‘The Big Picture’ — Joe Wright Bounces Back From His Darkest Hour
The director discusses his approach to his latest film after ‘Pan’ failed in 2015 and the changing state of the movie business
After a massive win over the Titans on Sunday, the Cardinals offense looks like a force to be reckoned with. But was that performance a Week 1 aberration, or a sign of things to come?
Brandon and Shea discuss which track deserves the title of Best Song on Tupac’s legendary double album
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Gabrielle Union on Living Life With Grace, Parenting in Public, and Her Second Book, ‘You Got Anything Stronger?’
Bakari is joined by actress and author Gabrielle Union to talk about life, children, and her second memoir.