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‘Saturday Night Fever’ With Bill Simmons and Jimmy Kimmel

Bill and Kimmel revisit the 1977 hit ‘Saturday Night Fever,’ starring John Travolta and Karen Lynn Gorney

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Top Five Movies of 2021. Plus: Denis Villeneuve on ‘Dune’!

Sean, Amanda, Chris, and Adam share their favorite films of the year

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Andrew Garfield’s Press Tour, Rihanna is STILL Not Pregnant, and Recapping Spotify Wrapped

Andrew Garfield’s press tour for ‘Tick, Tick... Boom!’ is amazing (1:00) and Julianne Hough can’t keep her Greta’s straight

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The 250th Episode of ‘The Dave Chang Show,’ With Bill Simmons

The guys discuss what makes a great show, remembering Tom Hanks movies vs. remembering notable life events, the perfectly sized dinner table, and throwing a chain saw into a hot tub

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The Holiday Movie Draft

Chris Ryan is back to draft holiday movies with one special twist—a wild-card category of any holiday content

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‘JFK’ With Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, Sean Fennessey, and Brian Koppelman

Bill, Chris, Sean, and Brian celebrate the 30th anniversary of Oliver Stone’s political thriller

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What’s J.K. Simmons’s Most Memorable Role?

The prolific actor reflects on ‘Spider-Man’ and ‘Whiplash,’ and discusses his upcoming films

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Suns-Warriors, Anthony Edwards, LSU’s Big Hire, and a Kenny G Interview

Plus, Bill and Wos talk about Bill’s newest League Pass crush: the Timberwolves

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The True Story Behind Bradley Cooper’s Character in ‘Licorice Pizza’

In Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film, Cooper plays Hollywood producer Jon Peters as a repellent, manic chaos agent. The truth behind the portrayal is even more grotesque.

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The Ringer Guide to Streaming in December

The last month of the year comes bearing gifts—and not just because Christmas is around the corner

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Adele’s Vegas Residency, Adam McKay’s Vanity Fair Profile, and the Beatles Docuseries

Juliet and Amanda discuss Adele’s latest announcement and Disney+’s ‘Get Back’

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Paul Thomas Anderson Lets Go With ‘Licorice Pizza’

The notorious control freak has loosened the grip on his phantom threads and delivered a transcendent, free-flowing trip through his past

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‘Licorice Pizza’ and the Paul Thomas Anderson Rankings

Sean and Amanda have a spoiler-free conversation about the coming-of-age story before Amanda allows Sean some room to work through his feelings and rank his favorite director’s movies from top to bottom

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‘Hoosiers’ With Bill Simmons and Ryen Russillo

Bill and Ryen revisit the 1986 high school basketball classic starring Gene Hackman, Dennis Hopper, and Barbara Hershey

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Jennifer Hudson: A Dreamgirl Gets Her ‘Respect’

Danyel welcomes Jennifer Hudson to show to discuss the process of grooming her acclaimed talent and the journey to playing the legendary Aretha Franklin in ‘Respect’

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‘House of Gucci’ and Top 5 Ridley Scott Movies

Plus, Chris Frierson joins to discuss his DMX documentary

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Wretched Excess: The So-Bad-It’s-Bad ‘House of Gucci’

Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, and Jared Leto chew up plenty of scenery in Ridley Scott’s second film of 2021, but the movie has no real depths to plumb

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‘Get Back’ May Change the Way You Think About the Demise of the Beatles

The three-part Peter Jackson documentary, which begins Thanksgiving on Disney+, challenges what you know about the end of the band—and it does so using the Fab Four’s own voices

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Reviewing Adele’s Album ‘30,’ Keanu Reeves in Esquire, and More Celeb News

Juliet and Amanda also discuss media news, including Bennifer updates and new couple Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian

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BLM’s Newest Supporter: Kyle Rittenhouse. Plus: Michael Tubbs on Democratic Messaging.

Van and Rachel also talk about claims of sexism lobbied at the film ‘King Richard’ and Idris Elba playing a Bond villain rather than the man himself

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Buy or Sell Pandemic Trends: Peloton, Movie Theaters, Masks, and More!

Amanda Mull joins the show to discuss which pandemic trends will continue heading into 2022

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‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife,’ ‘Tick, Tick ... Boom!,’ and Our Top Five Feel-Good Movies

Plus, Mike Mills joins to discuss his new film ‘C’mon C’mon’

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The Tom Brady Doc, Fox Resignations, and Who’s “on Steroids”

Plus, breaking down Scottie Pippen’s response to ‘The Last Dance’

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Jabez Olssen on ‘Get Back’ and the Beatles

The film editor joins Larry to discuss how the upcoming Disney+ documentary will depict the Fab Four

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The Harry Styles Concert, Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian, and ‘The Princess Switch 3’

Plus, debating the best Thanksgiving side dishes

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‘King Richard’ and Top Five Sports Movies With Bill Simmons

Sean is also joined by ‘King Richard’ director Reinaldo Marcus Green to discuss how he became involved in the project, working closely with Will Smith, and the lineage of sports movies that influenced his approach to directing this film

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The Real Monster of ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Is Lazy IP

The reboot of the classic franchise is a perfectly inoffensive watch that rarely rises above comfort food for fans

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Jeffrey Wright on ‘The French Dispatch,’ Tweeting the News, and Playing Colin Powell

Wright also dishes on the details of a Wes Anderson script and finding inspiration in James Baldwin

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The ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer, ‘Mayor of Kingstown,’ and ‘The Shrink Next Door’

Chris and Ryan react to the Spider-Man trailer and discuss its potential impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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‘King Richard’ Lands Its Shots

Led by Will Smith, the biopic goes beyond the headlines surrounding Venus and Serena Williams and delves into exactly what makes their ascension so inspirational

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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer and Midnight Misses: ‘Spider-Man 3’

Van and Charles react to the latest Marvel trailer before playing a game of "What Did You Mean by That?" with quotes from Tom Holland

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The Evolution of Will Smith

After ruling Hollywood for an extended period, the 2010s saw Smith lose his Midas touch. Now, ‘King Richard’ has him more in control of the Hollywood landscape—and in the middle of Oscars season.