Featuring The Watch on The Ringer's list of the 50 best superhero movies of all time, The Rewatchables on favorite scenes from The Dark Knight, The Bill Simmons Podcast with Ta-Nehisi Coates arguing about the best season of The Wire, House of Carbs on the ranch vs. blue cheese debate, The Big Picture with Greta Gerwig on the making of Lady Bird, Jam Session on an interesting tweet from Chris Evans, The Press Box on the new Tina Brown book, Vanity Fair Diaries, and The Watch with Joe Hagan on his book Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine.
'This Week in Ringer Culture' (Nov. 13-17, 2017)
Talking ‘Lady Bird’ with Greta Gerwig and arguing with Ta-Nehisi Coates about the best season of ‘The Wire’
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Lionsgate Film Chief Joe Drake on ‘John Wick’ and the Modern Independent Studio
Matt is joined by the chair of the motion picture group at Lionsgate, Joe Drake, to talk about how the ‘John Wick’ series came to be and the future of the franchise
Karl-Anthony Towns on His Return and the T-Wolves’ Past, Present, and Future
Towns reflects on Minnesota’s warm welcome, his big 22-point return, and how the team held it down without him for almost four months
‘Rye Lane’ Star Vivian Oparah in the House! Plus, England’s Win and Kane’s Record!
Ian is joined by Carl Anka and Ryan Hunn to chat briefly about Julian Nagelsmann’s rumoured departure from Bayern, then star of ‘Rye Lane’ Vivian Oparah joins to talk about the new movie that is taking the film world by storm
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Ski Accident Court Case: An FAQ
Because there are many questions to be answered, such as: Why did Gwyneth show up to court looking like Adam Driver in ‘House of Gucci,’ and is this the richest, whitest dispute ever put on trial?
Sweet 16 and Elite Eight Leans. Plus, NBA Thoughts and Best Bets.
The East Coast Bias boys look back at the Sweet 16 games and preview the Elite Eight. Then they discuss who will avoid the play-in in the NBA.
The Nike Feud With StockX Takes a New Turn
Wosny Lambre also breaks down some new off-court fits from Trae Young, James Harden, and Josh Christopher