In a new series, every week Team FC scours the best of the internet to bring you a list of great reads, watches and more, from the world of film and entertainment.
Godzilla vs. Kong: Who’d Actually Win?
Following the release of the explosive Godzilla Vs Kong trailer, The Ringer staff recap the movies so far through a heated and hilarious debate about who should technically win in a battle of the beasts. You can read it here.
The Hollywood Reporter’s 2020 Producers Roundtable
In another one of their classic roundtables, The Hollywood Reporter assembled the producers of some of 2020’s most celebrated films to discuss their projects, diversity and an unprecedented year at the movies.
The Exquisite Violence of The Age of Innocence
Martin Scorsese has called The Age of Innocence Scorsese’s his most violent film. Nobody dies in Scorsese’s 1993 adaptation of Edith Wharton’s novel. There are no shootings, knifeings, or beatdowns. But there’s still violence. Emotional violence. And it’s unrelenting. Vulture revisits the movie and its achievements here.
Pete Davidson In Conversation With Glenn Close
Yup, you heard that right. In an Oscar-worthy pairing, Hillbilly Elegy’s Glenn Close met up with Pete Davidson from The King of Staten Island on Variety Actors on Actors to discuss awards, comedy and addiction.
The Best Movie Fight Scenes of the 2000s
From Blade 2 to Atomic Blonde, ScreenCrush lists some of the most iconic and game-changing fight scenes of the last 20 years and how they forever changed the action genre. You can read it here.