Deep fakes come to the movies and Hollywood resets for the streaming era

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Anthony Bourdain is dead. So how does a new documentary have audio of him reading his emails? It’s not him: It’s a deep fake. The New Yorker’s Helen Rosner explains. Then journalist Richard Rushfield takes us behind Hollywood’s closed doors to talk about the return of movies, the dominance of Netflix — and why he can more candid than ever because he’s writing about all of it on The Ankler, his subscription-only newsletter.

Featuring: Helen Rosner (@hels) staff writer for The New Yorker

Richard Rushfield (@richardrushfield) Editor-In-Chief of The Ankler

Host: Peter Kafka (@pkafka), Senior Editor at Recode

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