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Best Elisabeth Moss podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Elisabeth Moss podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Fake news, oppressive patriarchy, and an overall impending sense of doom: Join us as "Aunt" Kelly Anneken & Molly "Ofmitchell" Sanchez discuss this and more in Red All Over, a podcast that explores The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, Alias Grace on Netflix, the works of Margaret Atwood and (weirdly) not current events. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Interview show featuring the world's biggest stars and top moviemakers -- George Clooney, Julianne Moore and Russell Crowe, just to name a few. They drop by the ABC News studio to talk to Rolling Stone's film and television critic Peter Travers about their latest projects and their lives. And just when you think you know all there is about these stars -- there's a musical surprise at the end of every interview! New episodes every Thursday morning.
 
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Marielle Heller drops by to talk It’s A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood, which she directed. Plus all your essential streaming film reviews including action comedy The Lovebirds, about a couple who are unintentionally wrapped up in a murder mystery, drama Take Me Somewhere Nice and Icelandic comedy, The County, about a widowed farmer beginning a…
 
This week's slab of locked down, self-isolated, quarantined Empire Podcast sees the team — Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, and James Dyer — joined in the revolving fourth chair by one of our favourite people, the amazing anecdote machine that is Jason Isaacs. Jason joins the gang to talk about his new movie, Scoob!, life under lockdown as an actor, and…
 
George McKay drops by to talk Oscar-winning film 1917 and playing Ned Kelly in The True History of the Kelly Gang. He also gives some tips for what to watch on Lockdown. Plus all your essential streaming film reviews including documentary Cassandro, The Exotico! About a gender-bending cross-dressing Mexican wrestler who reinvents himself, sci-fi Pr…
 
Welcome back for a brand new episode of Collider Ladies Night! If you’ve got any interest in comedy, no matter the format - sketch, film, television, scripted, improvisation, you name it! - this episode is a must watch because we’re putting the spotlight on Lauren Lapkus. She first started gaining notoriety in the industry with Are You There, Chels…
 
Our latest load of locked down, socially distanced pod sees Chris Hewitt's accent get progressively thicker as he sits down for a chat over Squadcast with fellow Northern Irishman, Michael Smiley. The two of them talk about Smiley's work with Edgar Wright and Ben Wheatley, his Easter egg preferences (it was recorded a while ago!), and his delivery …
 
Amma Asante chats to Simon and Mark about the challenges of continuing to work as a film director in lockdown and gives us some tips for some films to watch. Plus your essential streaming film reviews including Eliza Hittman’s drama Never Rarely Sometimes Always, sports documentary In Search of Greatness and a film about is the journey of six stran…
 
This week's episode of The Empire Podcast: Mistakes Were Made sees Chris Hewitt have a chat with Tom McCarthy, the Oscar-winning director of Spotlight and the Disney+ film, Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made. And a right good old chat it is, too, as they talk about everything from Portland to Pixar. Then, back in the remote, socially distant, virtua…
 
If you caught the clip we recently shared from this episode of Collider Ladies Night, you know that it took Malin Akerman some time to start carving her own path in the industry. She said, “I was truly a follower,” and that she took whatever came her way. But now she's using that past experience to take hold of career, to take projects that speak t…
 
Cosmo Jarvis and Barry Keoghan talk Calm with Horses, their film set in Ireland where lives are torn apart and loyalties tested when choices must be made between drug-dealing and family. Plus all your essential streaming film reviews including drama The Assistant starring Julia Garner, horror film Reborn and Pablo Larraín’s Ema, which focuses on a …
 
Seth takes a closer look at the White House calling their response to the coronavirus pandemic a success story even as the country passes grim new milestones. Then, he chats with California's Governor Gavin Newsom about how he's handling the coronavirus epidemic.
 
It's another locked down, remotely recorded Empire Podcast this week, folks. But it's a cracker of a show (in our humble etc.), as Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, James Dyer and Alex Godfrey dazzle each other with arcane film facts, discuss (in depth, so Martin Scorsese best skip this one) the Marvel Cinematic Universe's post-credit stings, talk about …
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump suggesting that coronavirus could be cured with disinfectants, claiming it was a joke and then threatening to stop doing press briefings altogether. Then, he speaks to Representative Katie Porter (D-CA) about how Congress can use their power to work with the White House on the coronavirus pandemic.…
 
A must-watch movie and must-listen interview... Barry Keoghan's eagerly-anticipated Irish thriller, Calm With Horses, is getting a digital release on Monday 27 April, after its cinematic release was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.*Shakes fist at pesky pandemic*Always a pleasure to chat to, Eoghan Doherty caught up with the Irish superstar to cha…
 
Pablo Larrain and Gael Garcia Bernal talk Ema, their film set in Chile about a couple dealing with the aftermath of an adoption that goes awry as their household falls apart.Plus all your essential streaming film reviews including Chris Hemsworth in actioner Extraction, horror thriller Sea Fever and Moffie, about a young man drafted into South Afri…
 
Gareth Evans, the directorial mastermind behind The Raid, The Raid 2 and Apostle, turns his attention to the small screen this week, with the launch of his blistering, bruising, bloody crime saga, Gangs Of London. And to celebrate on the show's launch day he became a member of a very different gang — the Empire Podteam, joining Chris Hewitt, Helen …
 
Late Night writer Amber Ruffin focuses a minute of fury on Jerome Adams, Surgeon General of the United States, for telling people of color to "step up" and take responsibility for keeping themselves healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. Then, Seth talks to activist and Hollywood legend Jane Fonda.…
 
Get ready for your favourite new TV show..."We're born into a certain world. It's chosen for us. Some might think it's brutal. I say it's glorious."So begins the latest Sky original, Gangs of London, an explosive, brand new, nine-part gangster series coming exclusively to Sky Atlantic and NOW TV on Thursday 23 April, packed full of secrets, sex, mu…
 
Alicia Silverstone might be best known for the iconic 90s romantic comedy Clueless, but it’s time to get a better picture of exactly how busy she’s been ever since. In honor of the release of her latest feature Bad Therapy, Silverstone took the time to join us for our very first virtual episode of Collider Ladies Night, winding us through her caree…
 
Richard Dreyfuss talks Astronaut, his film about a lonely widower who battles his family, ill health and time to win a competition for a golden ticket to space.Plus all your essential streaming film reviews including Dreamland, about the world of opioids, Why Don’t You Just Die, Kirill Sokolov’s film about Andrei, a detective and the world's most h…
 
This week's pod sees the team — Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, and Amon Warmann — recording remotely once again as they discuss the week's movie news (note: this was recorded before the sad death of the great Brian Dennehy), review Stargirl, Coffee & Kareem, and Love. Wedding. Repeat, and tackle listener questions about their DVD collectio…
 
Paul Walter Hauser & Michael Sheen.Plus all your essential streaming film reviews including Mark and Simon chat through all the films worth seeing on streaming services, we tell you the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week and recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week. 00:39:40 Box Office Top 10 (Fastest Digital D…
 
Our latest remotely recorded pod is the first to come with remotely recorded, socially responsible interviews, as Chris Hewitt has lovely chats from a minimum safe distance with Military Wives' star, Sharon Horgan, and Prentice Penny, writer and director of the charming Netflix drama, Uncorked. Either side of those, Chris is joined-ish by Helen O'H…
 
Seth takes a closer look at public officials urging Americans to continue observing social distancing rules while President Trump and Jared Kushner contradict those experts and spread misinformation. Then, he has a remote conversation with Senator Kamala Harris about how she and how the Senate is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.…
 
John Turturro talks Jesus Rolls, which returns to his character Jesus Quintana from The Big Lebowski. Plus all your essential streaming film reviews including the new Andrew Kotting film The Whalebone Box, Nona: If They Soak Me, I'll Burn Them, about Josefina, a radical homemaker, committed a crime of passion that led her to self-exile at a coastal…
 
This week's Empire Podcast — recorded responsibly, yet again, from our living rooms of such lethal cunning — sees Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara and James Dyer joined by an old familiar face and voice: Empire's Editor-in-Chief, Terri White, taking a brief break from bringing up baby to slip onto the pod. Together, they discuss the week's movie news (th…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump extending social distancing guidelines to the end of April - while he and his allies try to memory hole their early dismissal of the coronavirus outbreak. Then, he interviews Sen. Elizabeth Warren about how the Senate is tackling the coronavirus pandemic, and post-campaign life.…
 
Kelly + Molly reunite for a special, pandemic episode of Red All Over! They chat about what they've been up to since their final episode, what they're reading/watching/listening to as they shelter in place, and go deep on the Hulu documentary Margaret Atwood: A Word After a Word After a Word is Power. They also cover the opposite of negging, Tiger …
 
Seth takes a closer look at the president bragging about his TV ratings during the coronavirus pandemic, suggesting states were lying about how many ventilators they need and blaming health care workers for the lack of protective masks. Then, via Zoom, he interviews Senator Bernie Sanders.
 
Another chance to hear Jesse Eisenberg & Imogen Poots talk about Vivarium.Plus all your essential on demand film reviews including the new Apple TV movie The Banker, starring Samuel L Jackson and Nicolas Hoult, System Crasher, about a 9-year-old’s untamed energy which drives everyone around her to despair, and The Perfect Candidate, about a determi…
 
This week's pod sees the team — Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, and James Dyer — in isolation once again, but that doesn't stop them from reaching out to actor/writer/comedian/podcast host Brett Goldstein, who becomes the latest person to join the team for the duration of an episode. Together, this bold and intrepid quartet discuss the week's movie new…
 
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