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Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

'Awards Chatter' is a podcast, moderated by The Hollywood Reporter's Scott Feinberg, that features in-depth interviews with the most interesting and accomplished people in show business. Hosted by: Scott Feinberg Produced by: Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham


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Rhea Seehorn - 'Better Call Saul'

The actress best known for playing Kim Wexler opposite Bob Odenkirk on AMC's 'Breaking Bad' prequel opens up about her roots as a character actress; what she learned from short-lived TV series earlier in her career; and what it's like to play her current show's only principal character whose fate is not already known.
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Desus Nice and The Kid Mero - 'Desus & Mero'

The late night hosts with the youngest and most diverse audience reflect on how they were shaped by being first-generation Americans from the Bronx, how social media led to their podcast and TV shows and what makes their new current program different from competitors'.
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David Letterman - 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction'

The standup and late night comedy legend, who rarely grants interviews, opens up about why he pursued a public life despite immense shyness, why he adored Johnny Carson and has mixed feelings about Jay Leno, why he retired from 'Late Show' only to return two years later with a longform interview series on Netflix, what he thinks of today's late night hosts and how he feels now about his former frequent guest Donald Trump.
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Bob Mackie - 'The Cher Show'

One of the greatest fashion designers and costume designers for the last 60 years reflects on his famous clients (including Judy Garland, Carol Burnett and Cher), his most iconic outfits (from the 'Gone with the Wind' parody dress for 'The Carol Burnett Show' to Cher?s various Oscar outfits) and finally being accepted by the fashion world establishment. But first: David Rooney, THR's chief theater critic, joins Scott to preview Sunday night's 73rd Tony Awards.
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Celia Keenan-Bolger - 'To Kill A Mockingbird'

The four-time Tony nominee opens up about being fired from 'The Light in the Piazza' just before it went to Broadway, how she rebounded in a series of musicals before breaking into plays and what it's like playing children on stage, most recently 8-year-old Scout Finch in Aaron Sorkin's blockbuster production.
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Santino Fontana - 'Tootsie'

The Tony favorite reflects on how his career was interrupted ? and life jeopardized ? by a 2010 head injury; how he fought his way back, only to walk away from 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' after just one season; and what he has learned from playing a woman in one of Broadway's biggest hits.
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Aidy Bryant - 'Shrill' & 'Saturday Night Live'

The 32-year-old vet of improv and sketch comedy reflects on seven seasons in Studio 8H, what frustrated her about the acting opportunities she was offered during hiatuses and why she ultimately signed on to co-create, co-write, co-produce and star on a Hulu series about a "fat" young woman in 21st century America.
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Marie Kondo - 'Tidying Up with Marie Kondo'

The world's leading organizing consultant reflects on the roots of her interest in tidying, and how tidying for friends became a part-time job and then a booming business; how her KonMari Method evolved into what it is; and how her bestselling books about it led to a Netflix reality series.
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Norman Lear - 'One Day at a Time' & 'Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear's All in the Family and The Jeffersons'

The most influential producer in TV history ? a man who, in the 1970s, revolutionized the sitcom format by using it to tackle matters of social import ? reflects on the dark childhood that shaped his social conscience, the defining moments of his career, what keeps him working at 96 and whether Archie Bunker would have supported Donald Trump.
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George Clooney - 'Catch-22'

In his first-ever podcast interview, the A-lister reflects on parts played and lessons learned over 37 years in Hollywood, the pros and cons of mega-fame, why he no longer sees himself as a leading man and why he decided to return to TV to make a limited series with streamer Hulu.
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge - 'Fleabag' & 'Killing Eve'

The multi-hyphenate behind two of TV?s buzziest shows reflects on how a series of 10-minute plays that she wrote opened the doors to screen jobs, how much of herself is in her characters and how being a feminist does (and doesn?t) shape her work.
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Alison Brie - 'GLOW'

A star of 'Mad Men,' 'Community' and Netflix's comedy about women wrestlers reflects on her career, assumptions about her range and making a female-dominated show.
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Kelli O'Hara - 'Kiss Me, Kate'

One of the greatest leading ladies in Broadway history reflects on her unlikely path from Oklahoma to the Great White Way, how she found her voice thanks to a special teacher and her 'voice' through the roles she played and why, even at the top, she finds it hard to make ends meet.
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Seth MacFarlane - 'The Orville'

One of Hollywood?s funniest, smartest and most provocative figures reflects on the roots of his passion for animation, becoming TV?s youngest-ever EP 20 years ago with ?Family Guy? and following decades of comedy ? from directing ?Ted? to hosting the Oscars ? with a sci-fi dramedy that just wrapped its second season.
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Remembering David Picker (1931-2019)

The legendary film exec ? who ran three studios, was behind five best picture Oscar winners and brought James Bond, The Beatles and Steve Martin to the movies ? died Saturday at 87 following a battle with colon cancer. Here, for the first time, Scott shares their 2016 sit-down.
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Vanessa Hudgens - "Rent: Live"

Best known for starring in the ?High School Musical? trilogy opposite her then-boyfriend Zac Efron, the young actress reflects on her musical roots, surviving celebrity and reinventing herself as an adult in Hollywood.
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Richard Madden - 'Bodyguard'

The Scotsman, one of Hollywood's hottest young actors, reflects on his Golden Globe-winning performance, as well as playing Robb Stark on 'Game of Thrones,' "anxiety-inducing" paparazzi and those 007 rumors.
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Mark Hamill - 'Knightfall'

The screen legend best known for playing Luke Skywalker in six 'Star Wars' films over 42 years reflects on fame and typecasting, why he loves theater and voice acting, "'Star Wars' fatigue" and why he took on the role of a medieval SOB on History's drama series about the Knights Templar.
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Ken Jeong - 'You Complete Me, Ho'

Best known for 'The Hangover' trilogy, the actor/standup comedian discusses what led to his life-changing decision to walk away from medicine to focus on performing, the personal and social significance of projects like 'Dr. Ken' and 'Crazy Rich Asians' and the family crisis that inspired his new Netflix standup special.
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Billy Porter - 'Pose'

The actor/singer emotionally reflects on his dark childhood, his 14-year exile from Broadway and how he realized his dreams via the Tony-winning musical 'Kinky Boots? and Ryan Murphy?s landmark FX drama.
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Mark-Paul Gosselaar - 'The Passage'

Best known for playing Zack Morris on ?Saved by the Bell,? the veteran TV actor reflects on that iconic character, his subsequent collaboratIons with Steven Bochco and his acclaimed work as a federal agent on Fox?s rookie series.
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Stephan James - 'Homecoming'

The Golden Globe-nominated breakout star reflects on his transformation from reserved kid into public performer; the challenges of playing icons Jesse Owens and John Lewis and anchoring 'If Beale Street Could Talk'; and holding his own opposite Julia Roberts on Amazon Prime's acclaimed podcast adaptation.
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THR Pundits Preview 91st Oscars

Scott Feinberg, THR's awards columnist, is joined by THR's tech editor Carolyn Giardina, executive editor (features) Stephen Galloway, senior editor (film) Rebecca Keegan and film editor Gregg Kilday for a discussion about the show's controversies, contenders and consequences.
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Ruth E. Carter - 'Black Panther'

The trailblazing costume designer ? the first black person ever nominated for the best costume design Oscar, she now has three such noms to her name (no black woman has more across all categories) ? reflects on breaking into her profession when no other black women were getting work, her 14 collaborations with Spike Lee and what it was like costuming a 2018 movie unlike any before it. But first: Melissa Berton and Rayka Zehtabchi join Scott to discuss the best documentary short Oscar nominee 'Period. End of Sentence,' a film they made about young women in India whose lives were changed by contemporaries in Los Angeles.
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Richard E. Grant - 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?'

The veteran character actor, who was most famous for his debut film role in 1987's 'Withnail & I' prior to his Oscar-nominated turn in Marielle Heller's 2018 dramedy about a pair of Big Apple misfits, reflects on his bizarre childhood, the working-actor's grind and why he's savoring every second of his current moment in the spotlight.
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Diane Warren - 'RBG'

One of the greatest songwriters of all time ? a one-woman hit machine for 35 years who has worked with most major singers of that timespan and is synonymous with the 'power ballad' ? reflects on how music helped her escape a troubled childhood, the origins of her biggest hits and the inspiration for the call-to-action songs that have led to the three most recent of her 10 Oscar noms.
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Bo Burnham - 'Eighth Grade'

The YouTube star turned internationally-popular standup comedian turned acclaimed filmmaker reflects on his unusual career path, his debilitating battles with anxiety and how technology is changing our lives.
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Amy Adams - 'Vice' & 'Sharp Objects'

One of the most respected actresses of her generation, a five-time Oscar bridesmaid, reflects on how years in dinner theater gave way to a career in screen acting, how her career has been divided into noticeable phases and how she navigates dark parts like the two she played in 2018 (one in a film, the other in a limited TV series).
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Sam Elliott - 'A Star Is Born'

The beloved character actor, who has been appearing on the big screen for 52 years, reflects on why the first film in which he was the star was also the last; how he feels about being typecast as the strong/silent type; and what sparked his late-career renaissance.
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Alfonso Cuarón - 'Roma'

The Oscar winner, one of the key figures of New Mexican Cinema and one of the most accomplished and admired filmmakers in the world, opens up about being kicked out of film school, the evolution of 'The Three Amigos,' the widely-varying scales and genres of his films and why his latest ? a black-and-white Spanish-language masterpiece on Netflix ? is his most personal yet.
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Lucas Hedges - 'Ben Is Back,' 'Boy Erased,' 'Mid90s' & 'The Waverly Gallery'

The 22-year-old 'Manchester by the Sea' Oscar nominee talks about growing up in an artistic family, battling self-doubt, coming to terms with his sexuality and starring in three films ? and making his Broadway debut ? in 2018.
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Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie - 'Leave No Trace'

The 18-year-old New Zealander reflects on her breakout year (after Debra Granik's latest premiered at Sundance, she shot four other films), frequent comparisons with J-Law (the star of Granik's last film, 'Winter's Bone') and her plans for the future.
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John Krasinski - 'A Quiet Place' & 'Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan'

The beloved star of 'The Office' talks about his prior struggles to break into the biz, his subsequent transition into film acting and directing and his remarkable 2018 playing a superhero on TV and writing, directing and starring in the year's most successful elevated horror flick.
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Sacha Baron Cohen - 'Who Is America?'

20 years after first taking outlandish characters out into the world, a form of comedy that hadn?t been done before, the incomparable Brit, now up for a Golden Globe, reflects on pre-fame life, his characters? origins and Donald Trump.
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Julia Roberts - 'Ben Is Back' & 'Homecoming'

The biggest female movie star of the last 30 years, "America's Sweetheart" herself, reflects on pre-stardom life and loss, how she wound up in 'Pretty Woman' and becoming the queen of rom-coms and what it's like to now be playing a mom (she's getting some of the best notices of her career for her turn as a mother trying to help her drug-addicted son in Peter Hedges' latest film) and starring on series TV.
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Carey Mulligan - 'Wildlife'

An actors? actor who is just 33, but already has more than a decade of acclaimed stage and screen work under her belt, on breaking out of period pieces, overcoming fears and her latest role, in which she gives, in the view of the New York Times' film critic, "the best performance of any I?ve seen in film this year." But first: Roger Ross Williams, the first black director ever to win an Oscar, and Kristi Jacobson join Scott to discuss their Oscar-eligible documentary short 'Take Back the Harbor,' which shows how high school students are using oysters to clean the polluted waters around New York.
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Hugh Jackman - 'The Front Runner'

One of the most multi-talented stars in showbiz history ? an Australian man of Hollywood films and Broadway theater who is the living embodiment of "the triple threat" ? reflects on his dark childhood, playing the same superhero in more films and over more years than anyone else in history and now portraying a real and still-living person for the first time.
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Spike Lee - 'BlacKkKlansman'

The small, scrappy, tough-as-nails New York filmmaker behind classics such as 'She's Gotta Have It,' 'Do the Right Thing' and 'Malcolm X' reflects upon the challenges of making indie films over the last 32 years, the impact of and controversies surrounding his work and what he makes of Hollywood and America's fraught relationship with race in the past and present ? the subject of his most recent project. But first: Scott Feinberg, the host of 'Awards Chatter,' reflects on the podcast's origins and evolution ? and his 10 favorite episodes.
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James Burrows - 'Will & Grace'

One of the most prolific and admired directors in TV history ? the go-to guy for sitcom pilots ? reflects on how Mary Tyler Moore helped him break into the biz, the 15 years he split between 'Taxi' and 'Cheers' (he co-created the latter) and being at the center of NBC's 'Must See TV' era with 'Frasier,' 'Friends' and 'Will & Grace.' But first: Natalie Jarvey, THR's digital media editor, joins Scott to discuss her recent profile of Vice Media and its new CEO Nancy Dubuc, who ran A&E Networks until Shane Smith hired her to right the ship of his $5.7 billion youth-centric media company.
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Steve McQueen - 'Widows'

The ?12 Years a Slave? director and producer (the first black producer ever to win a best picture Oscar) opens up about how his work in art led to his career in film, his close collaborations with Michael Fassbender and why he followed his big Oscar night with an elevated heist flick he has been mulling for 35 years. But first: Matthew Heineman, a 35-year-old filmmaker best known for his Oscar-nominated doc ?Cartel Land,? explains how he came to make his narrative directing debut with ?A Private War,? a new film about war correspondent Marie Colvin.
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Shaquille O'Neal - 'Killer Bees'

One of the greatest basketball players of all time reflects on his career on the hardwood, transitioning into retirement and using his profile to call attention to socially-significant films. But first: Gabe Polsky, the director of the new documentary ?In Search of Greatness,? joins Scott to discuss his quest to determine what separates the greatest athletes from the rest.
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Dolly Parton - 'Dumplin''

One of the most popular singer/songwriters of all-time ? a woman who The Guardian described as ?the biggest star country music has ever produced,? and who has crossed back and forth, for more than 40 years, between country and pop, while also starring in movies and on TV ? discusses her Appalachian roots and road to Nashville, the backstories of her greatest hits ("Jolene," "9 to 5," "I Will Always Love You") and how she came to provide the soundtrack ? and Oscar-contending single 'Girl in the Movies' ? for a new Netflix movie. But first: Alex Honnold, the professional rock climber who is the subject of the new National Geographic documentary 'Free Solo,' joins Scott to discuss his death-defying free solo ? as in, climb without ropes ? of Yosemite National Park?s 3,000-foot El Capitan wall, which has been called "the moon landing of free soloing" and "the most impressive athletic achievement of our lifetimes."
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Melissa McCarthy - 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?'

One of today's few true movie stars ? people buy tickets to see a movie because she's in it ? opens up about the source of her early self-esteem and confidence; the crazy way she wound up performing standup and then improv; why she was planning to quit showbiz just before she landed 'Gilmore Girls'; how the blockbuster success of 'Bridesmaids' and an Emmy win for 'Mike & Molly' within just a few months of each other changed her life; and why she's now expanded beyond comedy into drama, or at least dramedy, playing a real person for the first time in her career ? not counting 'Spicey' ? and garnering some of the best reviews of her career. But first: Ivana Kirkbride, an expert and thought leader in the over-the-top video space, joins Scott to discuss her time at YouTube and Verizon's go90 and speculate about the future of 'premium mid-form content' and 'micro-windowing.'
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Steve Carell - 'Beautiful Boy'

One of Hollywood's most versatile actors opens up about his discovery of improv en route to 'The Daily Show,' how a small part in 'Anchorman' led to a star-making role in 'The 40-Year-Old Virgin' which, in turn, saved the fledgling 'The Office,' and why he ventured into darker material with 'Foxcatcher,' for which he received an Oscar nom, and his newest film. But first: Sandra Lee, the Daytime Emmy-winning TV host, bestselling author and first lady of New York, joins Scott to discuss 'RX Early Detection: A Cancer Journey with Sandra Lee,' an HBO documentary short about her battle with breast cancer.
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Olivia Colman - 'The Favourite'

A queen in the past in 'Hyde Park on Hudson,' in the future on 'The Crown' and in the present in Yorgos Lanthimos' latest dramedy reflects on her beginnings in comedy, how the British indie film 'Tyrannosaur' and TV series 'Broadchurch' exploded her profile and what it's like to now be the center of so much attention. But first: Elsie Fisher, the 15-year-old actress who starred in this summer's breakout indie 'Eighth Grade,' joins Scott to discuss her career, social media and her collaboration with Bo Burnham.
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Matthew McConaughey - 'White Boy Rick'

One of Hollywood's most colorful characters ? he has morphed from bit player to leading man to matinee idol to Oscar winner over the last 25 years ? shares the backstories of "Alright, alright, alright," his big break, his rom-com/shirtless era and one of Hollywood's most remarkable career-reboots, 'the McConnaisance.'
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Quincy Jones - 'Quincy'

The living legend, one of only 21 EGOTs, opens up about falling in love with music, being black in Hollywood, talent cultivation (Michael Jackson, most famously) and discovery (from Oprah to Will Smith) and what he thinks of music and America today. But first: Al Hicks and Rashida Jones, the co-directors of the acclaimed new Netflix doc 'Quincy,' discuss the making of the film and its enigmatic subject.
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Keira Knightley - 'Colette'

The twice Oscar-nominated British actress, who has been on Hollywood?s A-list for the last 15 years, opens up about how acting helped her to overcome dyslexia, how sudden celebrity caused her to have a breakdown and why she has always been drawn to ? and done much of her best work in ? period pieces.
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Rosamund Pike - 'A Private War'

The English Oxford alum turned Bond girl turned best actress Oscar nominee opens up about breaking out of early typecasting with 'An Education,' playing her first leading film role in 'Gone Girl' and, in perhaps her most challenging assignment yet, portraying war correspondent Marie Colvin in Matt Heineman's new film. But first: Matt Belloni, THR's editorial director, joins Scott in Toronto to discuss the 43rd TIFF, Venice's award winners and the Academy's tabling of the popular Oscar.
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Glenn Close - 'The Wife'

The living legend of stage and screen ? who is the most Oscar-nominated living performer without a win, at 0-for-6 ? talks about growing up in a cult, her later-than-usual film debut and how she made up for lost time, aging in Hollywood (she went to TV and back to Broadway) and the performance that has made her, at 71, the best actress contender to beat.
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