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Ten Oscar Nominees to Stream Right Now

You don’t need to go to the theater to catch up on the best movies of 2022

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Dave Bautista Has Become the Rare Wrestler Turned Character Actor

The ‘Knock at the Cabin’ star has carved out a unique career as arguably the first character actor built like a tank

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‘80 for Brady’ Is an Iconic Press Tour That Happens to Include a Movie

While it might be a perfectly enjoyable time at the movies, it’s clear that this whole thing is not really about Tom Brady, or football altogether, but rather four legendary actresses having an absolute blast promoting it

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What We Learned From DC Studios’ Chapter 1 Presentation

DC Studios heads Peter Safran and James Gunn have revealed their vision for DC’s future. Here’s what you can expect from Chapter 1.

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The Hits, Highlights, and Potential Oscar Contenders of Sundance 2023

Will the movie edition of ‘Cat Person’ go as viral as the short story? And is Jonathan Majors’s big year about to get even bigger? We have thoughts.

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‘Deep Rising’ at 25 and the Lost Art of the Creature Feature

It’s tempting to imagine what could have been if the rumored ‘King Kong’ prequel had become a commercial hit instead of developing a cult following over time

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The Four Biggest Story Lines Heading Into the Oscars

Is there even a Best Picture favorite? And what is Andrea Riseborough doing here?

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Eddie Murphy’s Balancing Act

Eddie Murphy received a Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement and is dropping his new film, ‘You People,’ all in the same month. You could call it a comeback, but Murphy’s been here for years.

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The 23 Most Anticipated Movies of 2023

For the first time in what feels like forever, we have a packed calendar again

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Rian Johnson Mastered the Whodunit. Now He’s on to the “Howcatchem.”

In an interview with The Ringer, the ‘Glass Onion’ director discussed his new crime mystery series ‘Poker Face,’ his TV experience with ‘Breaking Bad,’ and why Natasha Lyonne is the perfect collaborator

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What the Hell Am I Supposed to Watch Right Now?

Besides ‘The Last of Us,’ of course

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Winners and Losers of the 2023 Oscar Nominations

It appears the Academy has begun to make strides in acknowledging popular blockbusters, but then again, where is ‘RRR’?

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Four Recommendations for Rebuilding the DC Extended Universe

James Gunn and Peter Safran inherited what’s left of the DC film universe, rechristening it DC Studios. Now they need to avoid the mistakes of the past.

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‘Women Talking’ and ‘Saint Omer’ Will Stay With You Long After Award Season Ends

Heading into the Oscars this year, it feels harder to notice the movies that don’t raise their voices. But make no mistake: Sarah Polley’s and Alice Diop’s films deserve attention.

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Gerard Butler Knows Exactly Who He Is

The gloriously named ‘Plane’ is yet another action movie that showcases the actor’s talents, and proof that they just don’t make ’em like this anymore

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Adam Levine’s Third Baby, Olivia Culpo’s Reality Show, and Beyoncé‘s Dubai Adventure

Plus, the latest Cringe Mode is ‘Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure,’ featuring Austin Butler

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‘Knock at the Cabin’ and Shyamalan Double Features, With M. Night Shyamalan!

Guests Elric Kane and Brian Saur join the show to lay out a few recommendations concerning their favorite M. Night Shyamalan films. Then Sean talks to Shyamalan himself about his new film, as well as his career!

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DC Is Going Big, but Can It Catch Marvel?

How will James Gunn’s bold new vision change the trajectory for DC and Warner Bros. Discovery—and will they catch Marvel?

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Vegetable Prep 101, Dave’s Oscar Wish, and Top Five Citrus Fruits

Chris and Dave answer your burning questions, such as what to do with old cooking oil, what’s the best kind of vegetable peeler, mayo vs. butter on grilled cheese, and how to learn knife skills at home

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James Gunn’s DCU Hype Report Card

The Midnight Boys react to the latest announcements from DC Studios

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‘Higher Learning’: Live With Thought Warriors

The podcast hosts its first live event! Featuring a screening of Netflix’s ‘You People.’

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Reviewing ‘Bull’ and ‘Let’s Start Here’

Justin and Micah review the 2021 mob movie ‘Bull’ and Lil Yachty’s new album, ‘Let’s Start Here’

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‘Plane’ and the Top 10 Sky Trash Movies

Sean and Chris break down ‘Plane’ and share their favorite examples of the subgenre

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‘Deliverance’ With Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Ryen Russillo

The guys revisit the 1972 drama starring Burt Reynolds and Jon Voight

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Bradley Cooper at the Eagles Game, and ‘Shotgun Wedding’ Review

Plus, Lauren Sánchez’s ‘Wall Street Journal’ interview, and more celebrity news

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Peacock’s Promising Start to 2023 Might Not Be a Fluke

Matt and Lucas break down Peacock’s surprising success to start the new year

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Paris Hilton’s Baby, Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Shotgun Wedding,’ and Julia Fox’s Apartment

Plus, should Paul Mescal and Pedro Pascal try acting in a rom-com next and Emily Ratajkowski and Eric André are maybe dating

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The Oscar Nominations Hangover and the Top 10 Movies at Sundance

Plus, writer-director Brandon Cronenberg joins to discuss his new film ‘Infinity Pool’

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The ‘Chernobyl’ Pod. Plus, ‘Succession’ Season 4 Trailer and Oscar Nom Reactions!

Chris and Andy look back on the 2019 series from Craig Mazin that dramatizes the Chernobyl disaster

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How an Indie Film Becomes an Oscar Winner

Matt talks to Michael Barker about Sony’s ability to discover Oscar-level movies at film festivals and whether being able to make money off of small movies is doomed for extinction

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Worst Movie Twist

Dave, Neil, and Joanna also talk about twists and spoilers in general

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Is the Sundance Dream Still Alive?

Matt and John Sloss discuss Sundance’s return to in-person programming for the first time in three years and how the market has changed over the years