What the Oscars Should Learn From the Tonys

What the Oscars Should Learn From the Tonys

Little Gold Men - June 16, 2016 - 46:40

This week we finally have an awards show to talk about— the Tonys! The Broadway awards were a bigger hit than usual this year, and had the usual expected doses of earnest enthusiasm; we debate whether any of that can actually translate to the movie-star cool of the Oscars. Plus discussion of Meryl Streep’s would-be summer hit Florence Foster Jenkins, a look at the grim state of summer box office, and a surprisingly fervent debate about the best picture of 2003.

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