Kurt Andersen talks with Paul Rudd, king of the bromance. In the new play Grace, he tries to shed his lovable screen persona in the role of an evangelical Christian motel owner. In a new movie about FDR, the fate of Europe is decided over a hot dog. And at Art Basel Miami Beach, an exhibition makes high art of the supremely annoying GIF.
Host Kurt Anderson photo by Thomas Hart Shelby
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