Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with filmmaker J.A. Bayona about his new film, ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,’ and what it’s like creating a terrifying new dinosaur and diving into a major franchise.
Source: Do You Love Scary Dinosaurs? J.A. Bayona’s 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Has Scary Dinosaurs | The Big Picture (Ep. 486)
This week on ‘Damage Control,’ The Ringer’s Justin Charity and Kate Knibbs discuss the political chaos surrounding children being separating from their families and detained at the U.S.-Mexico border (1:10). They also delve into the incredibly fraught life and legacy of rapper XXXTentacion, who died on Monday (19:46).More from The…
Source: The Chaotic Evil of Trump’s Immigration Policy | Damage Control (Ep. 485)
The Ringer’s Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker sit down to sift through the blame game regarding children being separated from their parents at the border and how the media writes about “lies” (04:15), the Justice Department seizing ‘New York Times’ reporter Ali Watkins’s emails and cell phone data (14:00), the…
Source: Trump's "Lies," the Strange Case of Ali Watkins, and Stephen A. Smith | The Press Box (Ep. 484)
Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with Pixar original Brad Bird about returning to his animation roots with ‘Incredibles 2’ after making live-action movies like ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’ and ‘Tomorrowland.’
Source: ‘Incredibles 2’ and Brad Bird’s Super-Powered Return to Pixar | The Big Picture (Ep. 483)
The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins give some background on Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson (1:00) before going deep on the timeline of their relationship leading up to their engagement (9:57). Plus, Amanda gives her two-minute review of ‘Ocean’s 8’ (29:17).Refinery29’s timeline of their relationship
Source: A Deep Dive Into the Timeline of Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s Relationship | Jam Session (Ep. 482)
Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with the Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville about his new film, ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor,’ about one of the world’s foremost champions of kindness and decency, Mister Rogers.
Source: Morgan Neville’s Mister Rogers Documentary Reminds Us to Be a Good Neighbor | The Big Picture (Ep. 481)
The Ringer’s Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker sit down to reflect on the legacy of Anthony Bourdain (02:15), conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer announcing he has weeks to live (13:45), the Showtime doc series ‘The Fourth Estate’ (21:00), and the ‘Fire and Fury’ sequel (34:00).Credits:Hosted by: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Produced by: Jim CunninghamBrought to…
Source: Remembering Anthony Bourdain, the NY Times Doc, and 'Fire and Fury 2' | The Press Box (Ep. 480)
Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with filmmaker Ari Aster to discuss his first full-length feature, ‘Hereditary,’ and the process of crafting a deeply disturbing experience for moviegoers.
Source: Hereditary’ Is the Most Disturbing Horror Movie in Years, With Ari Aster | The Big Picture (Ep. 479)
The Ringer’s Justin Charity and Kate Knibbs try to understand why there are so many conspiracy theories around the lack of public Melania Trump sightings (0:52) and how the first lady is different from both her family and her predecessors (4:37). They also discuss the rap beefs that are currently…
Source: Where In The World Is Melania Trump? | Damage Control (Ep. 478)
The Ringer’s Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker run the hurry-up offense to tackle Donald Trump’s issue with the Philadelphia Eagles (04:30), the Bryan Colangelo story (10:30), Bill Clinton’s appearance on ‘Today’ (23:45), ‘High Noon’ with Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre (32:00), the end of ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Roseanne’ (39:45), and…
Source: Disinviting the Eagles, Clinton's Book Tour, and Sitcom Sign-offs | The Press Box (Ep. 477)