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Robert Pattinson Answers the Call in a Fiery New ‘The Batman’ Trailer

The long-awaited reboot unveils a new preview showcasing more Catwoman, Penguin, and, of course, the Riddler

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The Fall Hype Top 10 Road Map

What are Mal and Joanna most looking forward to in the world of fandom?

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Becoming Paulie Walnuts

For Billy Magnussen, playing a younger version of one of the most idiosyncratic characters from ‘The Sopranos’ was about much more than getting the hair right

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Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox’s Love, Kim Kardashian’s ‘SNL’ Hosting Job, and Taylor Swift’s Boyfriend

Plus, this week’s Cringe Mode is ‘Hocus Pocus’

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Let’s Rank the Horror Franchises. Plus: ‘Halloween Kills.’

Chris Ryan joins Sean to give his annual update on the state of horror flicks and share a few of his favorites

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 ‘Halloween Kills’ Wants to Be More Than a Slasher Movie

‘Halloween Kills’ sees the citizens of Haddonfield take up arms to fight Michael Myers. It doesn’t go well for them, and only sometimes goes well for the movie itself.

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Pure Nostalgia: The Oral History of ‘That Thing You Do!’

Twenty-five years ago, Tom Hanks made his directorial debut with a charmer about a one-hit wonder that tugged at heartstrings and left everyone in the audience humming and tapping their toes

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‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ and the Art of the Pan

Plus, Chris and Andy preview Season 3 of ‘Succession’

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Nerd News and ‘No Time to Die’ Reactions

Plus, Van and Charles make predictions for DC FanDome

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NBA Preseason Headlines With Brian Windhorst. Plus Catching Up With Matthew McConaughey.

Ryen discusses the situation with the Nets, Kyrie Irving, and the NYC vaccination mandate, as well as Ben Simmons’s return to the 76ers

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‘No Time to Die,’ and What’s Next for the Bond Series

Justin and Micah discuss the history of James Bond movies before breaking down the latest edition, ‘No Time to Die’

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The 1998 Movie Draft: A Time for Betrayal

Plus, Fran Kranz joins Sean to discuss his directorial debut

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‘Cobra’ With Bill Simmons and Kyle Brandt

Bill Simmons and Kyle Brandt rewatch the 1986 action-horror film ‘Cobra’ starring Sylvester Stallone, Brigitte Nielsen, and Reni Santoni

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‘Squid Game’ and What Constitutes a Hit on TV

Plus, ‘In the Heights,’ ‘No Time to Die,’ and what defines successful film in the COVID-19 era

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Daniel Craig Salvaged a Character Not Built for the 21st Century

The actor didn’t fully "save" the James Bond franchise, but he certainly staved off its obsolescence

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Brooklyn Beckham’s Cooking, and Grimes’s ‘Communist Manifesto’ Photo Shoot

Plus, Drew Barrymore’s Hy-Vee commercial and an edition of Cringe Mode featuring ‘Scream’

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‘No Time to Die’ and Top Five James Bond Movies

Sean and Amanda are joined by Chris Ryan and director Cary Joji Fukunaga to discuss the latest Bond film and Daniel’s Craig’s legacy as 007

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‘No Time to Die,’ but Plenty of Time for a Retirement Party

Daniel Craig’s final Bond movie is an outlier full of uncharacteristic sentimentality and resolution

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Shaken, and Stirred: How Daniel Craig Gave James Bond a Soul

There were ups and downs in the actor’s 15-year tenure as 007, but his greatest accomplishment was making an iconic character seem human

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Sixty Years of James Bonds Complaining About Their Jobs

After ‘No Time to Die,’ Daniel Craig can finally rest. But by no means is he the first 007 to be driven to exhaustion.

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Red Sox Bliss, Luka’s 2022 Ceiling, and a Michael Keaton Interview

Bill reacts to the Red Sox topping the Yankees and chats NBA expectations with Jonathan Tjarks

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Which ‘Many Saints of Newark’ Actor Did the Best Job Playing a ‘Sopranos’ Character?

Many of the prequel’s thespians understood the assignment, but alas, a few ended up closer to an ‘SNL’ sketch

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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ and Top 5 Comic Book Movie Sequels

Plus, a conversation with ‘Carnage’ director Andy Serkis

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“The Re-Departed” With Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Sean Fennessey

Bill, Chris, and Sean rewatch the 2006 Best Picture–winning film winner that stars Leonardo Dicaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, and Mark Wahlberg, and is directed by Martin Scorsese

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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Reactions

The Midnight Boys and Miles Surrey review the latest ‘Venom’ film before being joined by Mallory Rubin to discuss the film’s all-time post-credit scene

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What Did ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ Achieve?

Plus, the life and legacy of Anthony Bourdain with Tom Vitale

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The ‘Let There Be Carnage’ End Credits Are a Game Changer. What Happens Next?

The last moments of the ‘Venom’ sequel promise to alter the franchise forever, but when and how is still up in the air

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‘The Many Saints of Newark’ Exit Survey

Now that we’ve met young Tony Soprano and his legendary uncle Dickie, it’s time to talk

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A One-Man, One-Symbiote Exit Survey for ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’

The most unhinged sequel of the year called for the most unhinged reaction blog

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Brady Beats Mac, Dallas Is for Real, and a Sox-Yanks Battle Looms, With Cousin Sal

Plus, reacting to the rest of the NFL Sunday slate and reviewing ‘The Many Saints of Newark’

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Lena Dunham’s Wedding, Daniel Craig’s Press Tour, and 2007’s ‘Hairspray’

The ‘Tea Time’ crew also discusses Elon Musk and Grimes breaking up and what really happened at ‘The View’ last Friday

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Top Five ‘Sopranos’ Episodes and ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ With David Chase

‘Sopranos’ creator and ‘Many Saints’ cowriter and producer David Chase joins Sean to talk about the movie, his relationship to the show now, and a lot more