Transcript for 'Binge This': HBO Max's 'An American Pickle' starring Seth Rogan available to stream
morning for -- -- "Binge this." Janai is in the studio to hear the air horn in person. There's nothing like that air horn. That's right. Brings you back to those college days at the club. Exactly. All right, it's time for "Binge this." If you have downtime this weekend, we have solutions for you. "People now's" Andrea Belke is here. Thank you for joining us. Let's start with movies. What do you recommend? I have two movies for you starting with "An American pickle." This stars Seth rogen. He works for a pickle factory in 1919. One day he falls into a vat of pickles and is brined for 100 years. He wakes up in present day Brooklyn and hasn't aged a day. He finds out his only living relative, great grandson named Ben is played by Seth rogen. Plot twist here, he plays the two main characters. Seth is so great in this movie. It's on HBO max. You have to check it out. I relate to it. I'm in Wisconsin and the last two weeks all I've been doing is canning pickles with my mom. I have hundreds of pickles here. Janai, if you need pickles, I'll send them over to New York asap. Let me know. I have another great movie. If you're looking for something scarier, check out "Host." This was filmed entirely on zoom. It's about a group of friends who decide to have a socially distanced seance. What could go wrong? It's terrifying. Don't watch it alone like I did last night. It's available on shutter. Pickles the secret to eternal youth. Send them over, please. What books are you loving right now? I have a great book. It's called "Big friendship." This is by aminatou sow and Ann Friedman, two best friends who host a popular podcast called call your girlfriends. It chronicles their decades of friendship, their ups and downs. They talk about what it takes to stay friends for the long haul. I don't know about you, janai, right now I feel like my friendships are struggling. We're doing things on zoom and facetime. It's a great book to keep those friendships strong and it's already a best seller on "The New York Times" so check it out. My friends and I were planning on having a zoom seance. That's ruined for this weekend. What about music? Country music fans, be excited because Luke Bryan just dropped his seventh studio album. It's called "Born here, live here, die here." I love Luke Bryan. I'm a big fan. There's some catchy songs. There's your typical Luke Bryan songs. "One margarita" became his 21st number one hit. I talked to people who said it was very surreal. He has a song called "Born here, live here, die here" is about someone who never leaves their hometown. It's really sweet. I feel like that now because I'm in Wisconsin on the farm with my parents. It's speaking to me as well. I feel like we have Luke Bryan fans in the studio, right? Yep. Yep. They're saying yes. Andrea, thank you for breaking that down. You can catch Andrea hosting "People now" streaming weekdays at 1:00 P.M. Eastern. You can pick up this week's episode of "People" on stands now. Guys how about a zoom seance? Sign me up. I love it. We were on the ouija board last night on zoom. I'll stick with the margarita Coming up, while big gatherings are off limits, micro
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