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The 10 Best Shows to Stream This Weekend

From the HBO, Disney+, and Prime Video fantasy offerings to a resurgent ‘Atlanta’ and the controversial ‘Dahmer’

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‘Reservation Dogs’ Creator Sterlin Harjo on the Season Finale

Plus, breaking down ‘Andor’ Episode 4 and the bad reviews for ‘Blonde’

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‘Bros’ and Our Top Five 21st Century Comedies

Sean is also joined by Nicholas Stoller, the director of ‘Bros’ and other comedies like ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall’ and ‘Neighbors,’ to discuss the film and the current state of theatrical comedies in relation to streaming and television

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Hollywood’s (Still) Embarrassing Gender Gap

CNBC’s Julia Boorstin joins to discuss her new book ‘When Women Lead’ and the impact of the #MeToo movement

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‘Andor’ Episode 4 Instant Reactions, ‘Deadpool 3’ and ‘Blade’ News

The Midnight Boys discuss the empire’s bureaucracy and what the fight for the galaxy looks like from all sides

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American Actors

Bill Simmons has thoughts on the state of American actors

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‘Blonde’ and the Top 5 Essential Marilyn Monroe Movies

Sean and Amanda dissect the film’s handful of successes and numerous, puzzling failures, before discussing Monroe’s titanic impact on movie stardom and the various depictions of her throughout cinema history

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‘Blonde’ Is All Bad Vibes

Andrew Dominik’s bludgeoning Marilyn Monroe biopic has all the signs of a passion project, but none of the rewards

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The ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Worry Meter

Despite the title of Olivia Wilde’s controversial movie, it turns out there are plenty of things in it to be concerned about

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What Happened at Rolling Loud, ‘Entergalatic’ and ‘The Outfit’

Justin and Micah catch each other up on their favorite recent movies and TV shows

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Ten Years Later, ‘Looper’ Is Worth Going Back in Time to Revisit

Before there was ‘The Last Jedi’ and ‘Knives Out,’ Rian Johnson directed an inventive, mid-budget sci-fi thriller that laid the groundwork for his mainstream success

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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Reviews, More Adam Levine Drama, and the Royal Family

Plus, previewing George Clooney and Julia Roberts’s upcoming movie, ‘Ticket to Paradise’

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‘Confess, Fletch,’ ‘Abbot Elementary’ Season 2, ‘Atlanta,’ and ‘House of the Dragon’ Episode 6

Chris and Andy discuss Jon Hamm’s quietly successful new movie

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‘Blonde’ Is the First NC-17 Netflix Movie (and Probably the Last)

Streaming has changed the profitability equation for movies made for adults—but does any streaming platform want to make movies for adults?

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‘Boogie Nights’ With Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Sean Fennessey

The crew breaks down Paul Thomas Anderson’s breakout film

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Everything You Need to Know About ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

The Ringer breaks down how controversy impacts box office numbers, the movie’s big twist, and whether the film lived up to the drama surrounding its press run

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The ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Exit Survey

Did Harry Styles do a good job? Did the movie make sense? Was there any way it was going to transcend the high drama of its press tour?

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Unpacking the Twist Ending to ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

Offscreen drama aside, ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ is, in theory, a feminist thriller helmed by a promising filmmaker. So let’s evaluate it on those terms.

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The ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Fiasco

It’s the movie event of the fall, but not in a good way. Sean and Amanda break down Olivia Wilde’s controversy-racked new thriller

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Let Actors Be Bond Once

The producers of the James Bond franchise are looking for one actor to play 007 for the next decade, but the Bond films would be better off if several stars each took a crack at the role

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Much Ado About Nothing

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ has had the most dramatic press tour in recent history, but the movie itself doesn’t come close to living up to all that excitement

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Town Hall: ‘Star Wars’ Missteps, ‘Top Gun’ Oscar Potential, and Where Is James Bond?

Also, Matt and Craig discuss Paramount’s stellar summer and who is responsible, Hollywood’s biggest bets in 2023, the future of the live award show, and Apple TV+’s ambitions

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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ and How Controversy Impacts the Box Office

Plus, Matt looks back on past films wrapped up in controversy and determine whether publicity leads to success or failure

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Viola Davis Has Entered the Action-Heroine Pantheon

With ‘The Woman King,’ the legendary actress has leveled up from a master of drama to a bona fide action star

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Discussing Slavery and Presentism, Plus Breaking Down the SAFE-T Act With Sen. Robert Peters

Van and Rachel discuss Bill Maher’s recent comments about slavery and his criticism of "presentism," before reacting to the social media conversations around ‘The Woman King’

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‘The Woman King’ and 10 Movies to See Now. Plus: The Best and Worst Films at TIFF.

Adam Nayman joins Sean to share a report from the Toronto International Film Festival, including word on Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans,’ ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,’ and ‘My Policeman’

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‘Margin Call’ With Bill Simmons, Ryen Russillo, and Brian Koppelman

The crew revisits the 2011 financial drama

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Did a $200M Direct-to-Streaming Movie Ever Make Sense?

Matt is joined by Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw to discuss how much money streaming services should spend on movies that skip a theatrical release

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“Bowie Is What Bowie Is”: Brett Morgen on Bringing ‘Moonage Daydream’ to the Screen

The director discusses his hyperstylized vision of David Bowie’s life and art

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Letitia Wright on ‘The Silent Twins’ and ‘Wakanda Forever,’ Plus Shipping Migrants for Political Points

Van and Rachel also discuss Brett Favre being a horrible, no-good person

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The Highs (and Lows) of a Crowd-Pleasing Toronto International Film Festival

With showcases for Steven Spielberg, Rian Johnson, Darren Aronofsky, Joanna Hogg, and more, this year’s TIFF was perhaps the glitziest installment in history

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The 1980s Comedy Movie Draft

Sean, Amanda, and Chris discuss the decade’s funniest films