November 26, 2014

‘Do You Like Prince Movies?’ Podcast: ‘The Hunger Games,’ ‘Foxcatcher,’ and Remembering Mike Nichols

Wesley and Alex are in the studio to discuss ‘The Hunger Games,’ ‘Nightcrawler,’ and ‘Foxcatcher.’ Plus, they remember the late director Mike Nichols.

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Wrestling With the Truth: The True Crime of ‘Foxcatcher’ and ‘Serial’

Truth or dare: What ‘Serial’ gets right, ‘Foxcatcher’ shies away from.

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Who Has the Upper Hand? Matt Damon vs. Ben Affleck

Lifelong friends step into our Thunderdome. Two pals enter, one pal leaves.

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November 25, 2014

For the Byrd: Remembering the Sad and Incredible Life of Gene Clark

Looking back at the snakebitten career of a resurrected singer-songwriter.

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Flashback: The Andy Greenwald Podcast, With New ‘Wonder Woman’ Director Michelle McLaren

Do you remember the last time TV punched you in the gut? There’s a good chance that was Michelle MacLaren’s fist you felt.

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Blondes Have More Fun: Iggy Azalea and Rap’s Reversal of Fortune

Understanding the rise of Iggy Azalea, the first white female rap superstar.

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The Moment Podcast: Brian Koppelman and Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins on why he wrote his new no. 1 best-selling book, ‘Money: Master the Game,’ and how we can prime ourselves to win.

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Shady XLII: Eminem in 2014

Eminem at 42: the hateful rap of an aging man.

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The Hidden TV Gems of 2014: A Guide to Avoiding Your Family This Thanksgiving

The warm charms of ‘Jane the Virgin,’ the thrills of ‘The Game,’ the grim artfulness of ‘The Missing,’ and the appealing menace of ‘Peaky Blinders.’

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Grantland Podcast: Molly Lambert and Molly Schiot

Molly Lambert talks to filmmaker Molly Schiot about her new 30 for 30 short, ‘Our Tough Guy,’ which focuses on Bruins enforcer John Wensink. They also chat about Schiot’s female sports heroes website, Butch History; HBO’s ‘Getting On'; and why ‘The Comeback’ is so painful to watch.

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The Man Who Built Gotham and Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’ 25 Years Later

Anton Furst’s Gotham, from Tim Burton’s ‘Batmand,’ would never exist now, at least not on the same scale or with the same focus.

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