Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman is already being hailed as a sophisticated masterwork—by Sean and Amanda and dozens of critics—that will challenge for Oscars in nearly every major category. But it isn’t easy to see in theaters. The battle between Netflix and theater chains to show the movie at multiplexes around the world reveals the perilous future of the movie business (3:00). Then actor Antonio Banderas joins Sean to discuss making the transition from Spain to America; his decades-long collaboration with director Pedro Almodóvar; and their latest film, Pain and Glory (62:20).
Netflix’s ‘The Irishman’ Is Alive and Well—Are Movie Theaters Dead?
Plus: Antonio Banderas!
Plus, Ian Begley on Brunson, KD, and more
Plus, Justin Termine on the free agent frenzy
Plus, some rapid-fire NBA free agency observations and debating whether the Jazz really want to keep Donovan Mitchell