We examine Charlize Theron’s arc on the big screen—from prototypical roles that leaned heavily on her sexuality to her turn toward action stardom, ultimately leading to her role as secretary of state in Jonathan Levine’s new comedy, Long Shot (0:45). Then, Levine joins the show to talk about working with Theron, Seth Rogen, and what types of films he sees himself making in the future (49:15).
Charlize Theron, Plus an Interview With ‘Long Shot’ Director Jonathan Levine
We examine Charlize Theron’s arc on the big screen—from prototypical roles that leaned heavily on her sexuality to her turn toward action stardom
Though a disastrous postseason didn’t help matters, sources say Simmons’s motivation for wanting out of Philly stems more from how he and those around him think he can reach his potential
Charles, Grace, and Lani answer the question the world has been asking: Can Ben Platt play a convincing teenager? Then Charles is joined by Nate Rogers to talk about issues musicians face in an extra-litigious world.
Sean and Amanda answer mailbag questions from the world of television, movies, and more