We recently talked to writer/director Peter Landesman and Liam Neeson about their new film, Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House, at an intimate press conference held this past week in Los Angeles. Today we bring you the audio from that press conference.
Audio Interviews Archive
From her very first conversation with Carrie Coon's Gloria Burgle in the bathroom of a police station, Olivia Sandoval burst into season three of Fargo as the lovably unfiltered Winnie Lopez. We sat down with Sandoval to talk about her journey as an actor, her band Whiskey
Paulino García hitchhiked from Spain to Paris, traveled to Tel Aviv to work on a kibbutz, made friends with students at the Sorbonne by translating song lyrics and eventually got a job working for Hanna-Barbera, which lead him to America and eventually a job at Disney.
We talk to Lapkus about last year's Comedy Bang Bang tour, her charming improvised scenes in Jurassic World and her portrayal of a surprisingly-sympathetic adulterer in Pete Holmes' Crashing. We also get to the bottom of whether or not she's ever seen Paul F. Tompkins in casual
The webcomic Multiplex came to an end earlier this week. We talk to creator Gordon McAlpin about the series as a whole, his new Kickstarter for an animated version called Multiplex 10 and his controversial opinions on the original Star Wars trilogy.//
In this candid interview, we talked to AJ Mendez Brooks about the new memoir, her enduring love of Kane and why she gets so excited when people are injured on Chopped.
Podcaster/comedian Erin McGathy recently made the decision to leave Los Angeles to live in Ireland, pursuing her comedy dreams abroad. We talk to her about her time spent in LA, her life since the move and what the future holds for her.
The audio version of our interview with John O'Hurley from Seinfeld, Family Feud and the National Dog Show.
The audio version of our interview with Kim Coates, who talks about his life post-Sons of Anarchy.
Joel Murphy sat down with Pete Holmes in his home to talk about his early days as a performer, his classic College Humor Batman sketches, his upcoming HBO projects and the state of modern comedy.