Following the world premiere of Jordan Peele's "Us" on Friday night at the SXSW Film Festival, the consensus response seemed to involve two somewhat conflicting impulses. One was to talk about the film. With its layered storytelling, nuanced performances and surprising twists, the movie is quite purposefully designed to start conversations. The second impulse was to see the movie again as soon as possible, if for no other reason than to prove or deny the various theories and readings that sprang from all that talking. In the movie Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke play a married couple, Adelaide and Gabe Wilson, who find themselves and their two children under siege at their vacation home by people who seem to be evil-twin versions of themselves (dubbed Red and Abraham in the film's end credits), who come to be known as the Tethered.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston (3) got into a heated argument with a teammate Sunday. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston and one of his offensive linemen were seen yelling at each other on the sideline during the team's 28-14 loss to the New Orleans Saints. Winston and center Ryan Jensen got into the heated altercation in the second quarter after the center was called for unnecessary roughness. He was also called for holding during the same possession. Cameras caught the two players jawing at each other and teammates separating them.
Evans was suspended one game by the NFL for violating league rules on unsportsmanlike conduct and unnecessary roughness after running up from behind and knocking Lattimore to the ground when the Saints rookie pushed Winston in response to the quarterback coming off the sideline to confront Lattimore. Winston was not in the game at the time because of his injured shoulder.
FILE - In this Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016 file photo, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston (3) speaks to the media following a win over the Seattle Seahawks in an NFL football game, in Tampa, Fla. Winston and the woman who accused him of rape while both attended Florida State University have settled the civil lawsuit she brought against him. The case was scheduled to begin April 3, 2017, in U.S. District Court in Orlando.