We discuss the continued dominance of Avengers: Endgame at the box office and the ramifications for wide-release movies and smaller festival darlings alike (1:30) before analyzing Zac Efron’s portrayal of Ted Bundy (26:40) in Netflix’s Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile. Then the film’s director, Joe Berlinger, joins the show to discuss his documentary work, his second narrative film, and its companion documentary (31:40).
‘Endgame’ Reigns in Theaters, While Netflix Rules at Home—What’s the Future?
Plus, ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile’ Director Joe Berlinger
Rachel and Jodi breakdown this week’s Bravo news
UFC 278 Preview: Kamaru Usman’s Pursuit of Legacy, Rockhold Takes a Stand, and Leon Edwards’s Date With Destiny? Plus, Leon’s Manager Joins the Show!
Ariel, Petesy, and Chuck dive deep into UFC 278 and all its story lines
Plus, David and Kaz discuss all that happened on this week’s ‘Dynamite’ and ‘Raw’
LeBron James and Kevin Durant earned their seats at the table, but all of their suggestions haven’t exactly gone to plan, leaving both them and their franchises in precarious positions
Alexa also talks about whether she would be a Hall of Famer if she retired today and her mental health as a bodybuilder versus being a WWE superstar