Bill Simmons is joined by filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson and Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey to discuss the changing landscape of selling movies (10:00), dropping out of college to pursue filmmaking dreams (20:00), working with Burt Reynolds (35:00), the art form of DVD commentary (45:00), the comedic genius of Adam Sandler (54:00), the intense setting while shooting The Master (1:07:00), and how he wrote the script for his latest film Phantom Thread on Microsoft Word (1:18:00).
Paul Thomas Anderson on ‘Phantom Thread,’ Loving Adam Sandler, and Making ‘Boogie Nights’
The filmmaker joined Bill Simmons and Sean Fennessey to discuss his films, the changing landscape of selling movies, his latest project with Daniel Day-Lewis, and more
Plus, reacting to Atlanta’s trade for Dejounte Murray and discussing the NBA media "scoop" culture
Bradley Beal cashed in, P.J. Tucker returned to his surrogate family, the Lakers tried something new (sort of), and more from a frenetic first few hours of the official offseason.
Which teams can make the most intriguing offers to the Nets? We canvass the league and examine five blockbuster deals that would alter the title picture.
Andy also discusses ‘The Old Man’ getting renewed