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The Empire Film Podcast
#556 — Vivian Oparah & Raine Allen-Miller, Liam Neeson, Peyton Reed, Jeff Loveness

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2023 117:22


Another bumper episode of the Empire Podcast this week, folks, as Chris Hewitt chats with Raine Allen-Miller and Vivian Oparah, director and star respectively of the effervescent new rom-com, Rye Lane. This may actually be the first pod interview where one of us is on a boat. Which one? Find out by listening! Then Chris sits down for a chat about movies and movie history with Marlowe star, Liam Neeson, and there's a taster of our Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania spoiler special interviews with that film's director, Peyton Reed, and writer Jeff Loveness. The spoiler special itself will be up on Monday. Then, in the virtual podbooth today, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for a fun episode that celebrates all things St. Patrick, discusses the greatest living Irish actors (and probably leaves out someone incredible), talks about the Oscars, James Gunn directing Superman Legacy, Quentin Tarantino's final film, and more, and reviews Rye Lane, Shazam! Fury Of The Gods, 65, Boston Strangler and Ti West's Pearl. We've specified his name here because we think we forgot to mention him in the review. D'oh! Whether you're on a boat or dry land, this is a belter. Enjoy!

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
N.F.C. - Anything But Deer Hunting with Nate Thomas - COYOTE HUNTING

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 53:13


The "Anything But Deer Hunting" series is an attempt for us to continue our love for the outdoors by learning about other outdoor activities in the hunting and fishing space. On this episode, we talk with Nate Thomas, one of the hosts of the Missouri Woods & Water podcast, about predator hunting. Specifically coyote hunting.Nate shares when he was introduced to coyote hunting, the strategy involved in this style of hunting, and the gear you might need before your first hunt. Nate also discusses the coyotes nose and how it is undefeated in the field, specific firearms and optics needs, and why hunting coyotes ranks up towards top of his favorite things to do.Be sure to check all of the podcasts on the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast network. https://sportsmensempire.com/

Nine Finger Chronicles - Sportsmen's Nation
Anything But Deer Hunting with Nate Thomas - COYOTE HUNTING

Nine Finger Chronicles - Sportsmen's Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 57:43


The "Anything But Deer Hunting" series is an attempt for us to continue our love for the outdoors by learning about other outdoor activities in the hunting and fishing space. On this episode, we talk with Nate Thomas, one of the hosts of the Missouri Woods & Water podcast, about predator hunting. Specifically coyote hunting. Nate shares when he was introduced to coyote hunting, the strategy involved in this style of hunting, and the gear you might need before your first hunt. Nate also discusses the coyotes nose and how it is undefeated in the field, specific firearms and optics needs, and why hunting coyotes ranks up towards top of his favorite things to do. Be sure to check all of the podcasts on the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast network. https://sportsmensempire.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
N.F.C. - Anything But Deer Hunting with Nate Thomas - COYOTE HUNTING

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 57:43


The "Anything But Deer Hunting" series is an attempt for us to continue our love for the outdoors by learning about other outdoor activities in the hunting and fishing space. On this episode, we talk with Nate Thomas, one of the hosts of the Missouri Woods & Water podcast, about predator hunting. Specifically coyote hunting. Nate shares when he was introduced to coyote hunting, the strategy involved in this style of hunting, and the gear you might need before your first hunt. Nate also discusses the coyotes nose and how it is undefeated in the field, specific firearms and optics needs, and why hunting coyotes ranks up towards top of his favorite things to do. Be sure to check all of the podcasts on the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast network. https://sportsmensempire.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Empire Film Podcast
#555 — Rachel Zegler, Tony Gilroy & Diego Luna

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2023 119:50


A mere 55 episodes after her triumphant appearance at our live show to mark episode 500, the wonderful Rachel Zegler returns to the Empire Podcast to talk Shazam! Fury Of The Gods, poster spoilers, cheap mic stands, George Lucas, and much, much more in a fun chat with Chris Hewitt. Guest-wise this week there's also an excerpt from James Dyer's forthcoming Andor s1 spoiler special interview with Tony Gilroy and Diego Luna, the creator and star of that most excellent Star Wars show respectively. Either side of those, Chris and James are joined in the podbooths (yes, plural) this week by Helen O'Hara to discuss the best seventh instalment in franchises, review Scream VI, Winnie the Pooh: Blood And Honey, Dead For A Dollar, and more, and, in a bumper movie news section, give their Oscar predictions, including speculation on which Best Picture nominees would be improved with a dildo fight. Answer: all of them. Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#554 — Damien Chazelle & Justin Hurwitz, Christopher Landon, Michael B. Jordan

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2023 106:15


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast sees another onslaught of incredible guests, as Ian Freer chats with Babylon's director-composer duo of Damien Chazelle and Justin Hurwitz about their working relationship and long friendship, and Chris Hewitt talks scary VHS covers with We Have A Ghost director Christopher Landon, and stepping into the directorial breach with Creed III star (and shot caller), Michael B. Jordan. Then, in the podbooth, Helen O'Hara hosts this week, and she's joined by James Dyer and Amon Warmann to discuss movies with small casts, the week's movie news (such as it is), and review Creed III, Close, The Strays, and The Independent. Enjoy.

Nine Finger Chronicles - Sportsmen's Nation
Hunting B.S. Session with Brian Krebs

Nine Finger Chronicles - Sportsmen's Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2023 59:47


On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by the newest member of the Sportsmen's Empire, Brian Krebs of the Western Rookie podcast. This is a mix between a hunter profile podcast and a good old fashioned BS session. Brian talks about his love for western hunting, specifically dark timber elk. Brian talks about growing up in a hunting family and tagging around with his older brothers and dad in central Minnesota. Then when he moved to North Dakota for college, he fell in love with all of the hunting opportunities that state had to offer. Once the deer hunting season is over Brian puts on his hiking boots and hits the landscape looking for shed antlers. This is a fun episode I'm sure you all will enjoy! Be sure to check all of the podcasts on the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast network. https://sportsmensempire.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
N.F.C. - Hunting B.S. Session with Brian Krebs

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2023 59:47


On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by the newest member of the Sportsmen's Empire, Brian Krebs of the Western Rookie podcast. This is a mix between a hunter profile podcast and a good old fashioned BS session. Brian talks about his love for western hunting, specifically dark timber elk. Brian talks about growing up in a hunting family and tagging around with his older brothers and dad in central Minnesota. Then when he moved to North Dakota for college, he fell in love with all of the hunting opportunities that state had to offer. Once the deer hunting season is over Brian puts on his hiking boots and hits the landscape looking for shed antlers. This is a fun episode I'm sure you all will enjoy! Be sure to check all of the podcasts on the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast network. https://sportsmensempire.com/N Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
N.F.C. - Anything But Deer Hunting with Mark Kenyon - FLY FISHING

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2023 39:14


The "Anything But Deer Hunting" series is an attempt for us to continue our love for the outdoors by learning about other outdoor activities in the hunting and fishing space. On this episode, Dan interviews Mark Kenyon of Wired To Hunt and Meateater about his second love, fly fishing. Mark talks about how he got started fly fishing, what the learning curve, looks like, and how fly fishing is the perfect "ying" to his whitetail "yang". The guys have fun conversation about the similarities between deer hunting and fly fishing, Mark even expresses which one of these activities is easier. This is a fun interview that will give you something to think about out outside of the deer hunting season. Enjoy! Be sure to check all of the podcasts on the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast network. https://sportsmensempire.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Nine Finger Chronicles - Sportsmen's Nation
Anything But Deer Hunting with Mark Kenyon - FLY FISHING

Nine Finger Chronicles - Sportsmen's Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2023 39:14


The "Anything But Deer Hunting" series is an attempt for us to continue our love for the outdoors by learning about other outdoor activities in the hunting and fishing space. On this episode, Dan interviews Mark Kenyon of Wired To Hunt and Meateater about his second love, fly fishing. Mark talks about how he got started fly fishing, what the learning curve, looks like, and how fly fishing is the perfect "ying" to his whitetail "yang". The guys have fun conversation about the similarities between deer hunting and fly fishing, Mark even expresses which one of these activities is easier. This is a fun interview that will give you something to think about out outside of the deer hunting season. Enjoy! Be sure to check all of the podcasts on the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast network. https://sportsmensempire.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

William Ramsey Investigates
World Technocracy Emerges with Hrvoje Moric of the Geopolitics and Empire Podcast.

William Ramsey Investigates

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2023 62:48


World Technocracy Emerges with Hrvoje Moric of the Geopolitics and Empire Podcast.  Website: https://geopoliticsandempire.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Empire Film Podcast
#553 — Lily James & Shazad Latif, Jon Favreau

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2023 95:47


As a great lady once sang, what's love got to do with it? Everything, is usually the answer, and that certainly drives this week's episode of the Empire Podcast and, indeed, the new rom-com What's Love Got To Do With It, whose stars, Lily James and Shazad Latif, pop onto a laptop and have a Zoom chat with Chris Hewitt in which he makes a desperate pitch to become their agent, and leaves the Working Title screening room in a frightful state. And love — namely of a little green guy with big ears — drives The Mandalorian, which is gearing up to return to Disney+ on March 1, and Chris also sits down with Jon 'Favs' Favreau for an interview about the show, how to find a director for Star Wars, and working with Peter Falk. Then, in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Ben Travis, Alex Godfrey and James Dyer for a fun episode in which they discuss (some of) the best movie bridges, (some of) the week's movie news, and (some of) the week's big releases, including Cocaine Bear, Asif Kapadia's Creature, We Have A Ghost, and Joyland. Oh, and Alex gets pigeonholed. Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#552 — Jenny Slate, Jonathan Majors, Paul Rudd

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2023 123:44


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast is bursting at the seams with Quantumania, as Chris Hewitt sits down with Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania stars, Jonathan Majors (aka Kang The Conqueror) and Paul Rudd (aka Lang The Possibly Conquered). One of the interviews is thoughtful and considered and introspective, the other is pure chaos. Have fun finding out which is which! Then Ben Travis Zooms with Jenny Slate, star and co-writer of the delightful Marcel The Shell With Shoes On, and finds out about how the character came about, and Slate's karaoke game. Very important. And in the podbooth, Chris and Ben are joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for an episode that delves deep into the cinematic treasures of 1998, discusses the week's movie news including all those lovely Super Bowl trailers, and reviews Quantumania, Marcel, and Florian Zeller's The Son. Oh, and time moves in mysterious ways this week. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
#551 — M. Night Shyamalan, Felix Kammerer

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 107:27


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast sees the team swap Kings Place, where we recorded last week's triumphant 550th episode, for the podbooth once more... and quickly yearn for air conditioning. Inbetween melting down (in the case of our equipment, quite literally), Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, James Dyer and Sophie Butcher discuss franchises that went on too long, have a crack at the week's movie news, and review Women Talking, Magic Mike's Last Dance, Blue Jean, and Your Place Or Mine. Frankly, if your place has working air con, we're in. On the guest front, Amon Warmann chats to M. Night Shyamalan, director of Knock At The Cabin, about twists and basketball, and Ian Freer sits down with Felix Kammerer, the Austrian actor who is the star of the 14-times BAFTA-nominated German sensation, All Quiet On The Western Front. The road to episode 600 starts here, folks. Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#550 — Charlotte Wells & Frankie Corio, Asif Kapadia, Andy Serkis & Jamie Payne

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 154:21


Episode 550 is here! To celebrate the latest Empire Podcast landmark, we once again staged a live show at Kings Place, London, and now here is that show, reassembled in the correct order and with the really naughty bits cut out (to see those, the live stream of the show is still available to watch via kings place.co.uk for the next two weeks!). And it was a belter, as Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, Ben Travis, and James Dyer took to the stage in front of a packed crowd of loyal listeners, and chatted about the week's movie news, reviewed EO, Puss In Boots: The Last Wish, The Whale, Knock At The Cabin, and Saint Omer, and answered a ton of listener questions. But that's not all: a landmark episode deserves a landmark line-up of guests, and we didn't disappoint, with Aftersun director Charlotte Wells and her young star, Frankie Corio, joining James and Helen for a chat about the BAFTA-nominated belter; director Asif Kapadia showed up to talk to Chris about Kapadia's new film, Creature (and NOT Liverpool Football Club, or the Queen); and we looked ahead to the big-screen debut of Luther in Luther: The Fallen Sun by inviting director Jamie Payne and the film's villain, living legend and national treasure Andy Serkis, along to chat with Chris and James. A good time was had by all on the night, and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
#549 — Guillermo del Toro & Mark Gustafson, Michelle Williams, Brendan Fraser & Darren Aronofsky

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 129:13


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast features more Oscar nominees than... well, not the Oscars themselves, that would be ridiculous. But certainly more Oscan nominees than you could shake a golden stick at. First, Chris Hewitt has a chat with Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson, directors of Best Animated Feature frontrunner, Pinocchio (not that one). Then, Alex Godfrey gets deep with Best Actress nominee, Michelle Williams, as she tells him about how she played Steven Spielberg's mum for Steven Spielberg in Steven Spielberg's The Fabelmans. And then Dan Jolin Zooms in for a chat with The Whale director Darren Aronofsky, and his star, possible Best Actor favourite Brendan Fraser. Plus! Either side of those chats, Chris is joined in the podbooth by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer to discuss Paul Mescal's chances of being the new Bond (and Chris comes up with a plan that should see everyone happy), have a crack at chatting about the week's movie news (including a deep dive into the Oscar nominations), and review The Fabelmans, Plane, Shotgun Wedding, and Unwelcome. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
Extraordinary: An Empire Podcast/Pilot TV Special, In Association With Disney+

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 69:50


Welcome, folks, to a most extraordinary podcast (in association with Disney+). A podcast in which Team Empire and Team Pilot TV get together to discuss the extraordinary Extraordinary, the brand-new sitcom that is now streaming on Disney+. Created and written by Emma Moran, Extraordinary is set in a world where everyone develops a superpower after they turn 18. Everyone, that is, except for Jen (Mairead Tyers), who is approaching 25 and is still fumbling for direction and meaning and purpose. Beautifully observed and very, very funny, it's already been renewed for a second season, and in this very special crossover event, Chris Hewitt, James Dyer and Kay Ribeiro (pronounced Ru-bear-oh) get together to wax lyrical about the show, discuss which superpowers they'd like to have, and much more. But that's not all! (Told you this was an extraordinary podcast...) There are also two interviews with the show's star players -- first, an uproarious, hilarious and frankly chaotic interview in which Chris sits down with the show's stars, Mairead Tyers, Sofia Oxenham, Bilal Hasna, and Luke Rollason; and then a more considered chat with Emma Moran. Do please extra-enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
#548 — Gerard Butler & Mike Colter

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 89:04


THIS! IS! OVERSHARING! Full disclosure, folks — this week's Empire Podcast features the return of one of our favourite interviewees, Gerry 'Gerard' Butler, as he and his PLANE co-star Mike Colter sit down on Zoom with our Chris Hewitt. And while it's as fun and giggle-tactic as any of Butler's appearances on the pod, we should warn you that a lot of it revolves around a story that Chris shares (some might say, overshares) with the duo right at the beginning. And that story is a load of old poop. You have been warned. Elsewhere, Chris is joined in the podbooth by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for another fun and frank exchange of film-related views, in which they (but mainly Helen and James, let's be honest) bang on about the books and games they'd love to see turned into films, discuss (most of) the week's movie news (this was recorded before the BAFTA nominations were announced), and review The Estate, Alice, Darling, and Bank Of Dave, while Helen goes Full Kermode on Damien Chazelle's Babylon. Enjoy — and sorry about all the poop.

The Empire Film Podcast
#547 — Sam Mendes, Jason Blum & James Wan, Todd Field

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 124:32


We're back! Finally! And properly! The first Empire Podcast of 2023 is here, folks, and it features an interview that Helen did with Noah Baumbach, director of White Noi... no, only kidding. This week's interviews are a one-time deal, folks, but they are absolute belters, as Chris Hewitt sits down with Empire Of Light writer-director Sam Mendes, and M3GAN producers Jason Blum and James Wan; while Ian Freer has a natter with Todd Field, who returns as director after a long hiatus with the brilliant Tár. Then, Chris is joined in the podbooth by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer to tackle a bunch of questions, discuss the most recent movie news (including the new Quantumania trailer), and run their eye over all three of our guests' films, along with Mark Jenkin's Enys Men, a film seemingly specifically designed to annoy James. We've started 2023 as we mean to go on, folks, with an onslaught of utter nonsense. We hope you'll join us for the ride. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
Empire's Preview Of 2023 (ft. Noah Baumbach)

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 86:13


Happy New Year, folks! So, there's no regular episode of the Empire Podcast this week (we'll be back next week, Jan 13th), but in order to fill the huge pod-shaped hole in your lives, Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, and James 'Jaime Blanco' White crammed themselves into the studio just yesterday to record a fun breakdown of the forthcoming fillums that have got them all het up and hot under the collar. From Killers Of The Flower Moon to Barbie, from the MCU to Mission: Impossible, all human life is here. And there's a Cocaine Bear for good measure. Oh, and while we're looking forward, we're also looking back, as we bring you Helen's interview with Noah Baumbach, the director of White Noise, which is now streaming on Netflix. It's a really interesting interview, and it's just under 14 minutes in length. Why are we telling you that? You'll see. Anyway, enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
In Conversation With S.S. Rajamouli: An Empire Podcast Interview Special

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 24:02


Here's another little bonus episode to get your 2023 off to a good start, listeners. S.S. Rajamouli is the brilliant director of last year's astonishing, action-packed, Indian epic RRR (now streaming on Netflix), and in this very special, spoiler-filled interview (also available to spoiler special subscribers, along with Team Empire doing a deep dive into the movie; one of last year's finest), he tells Chris Hewitt all about how he managed it. To subscribe to the spoiler specials, go to empire.supportingcast.fm, and we're back next week with the regular pod. Enjoy.

Beyond The Scale Podcast
099. The Next Decade with Bedros & Bryce

Beyond The Scale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 36:34


Your host Bryce Henson introduces today's guest Bedros Keuilian to walk through the evolution of Bedros over the last decade.  Hear some valuable insights into the man, the purpose, and the vision.  Bedros breaks down the principles of his book and gives a look into the vision for his revamped podcast.   Catch up with Bedros and Bryce in this jam-packed show as we wrap up 2022 and look into a new year of possibilities, aspirations, and motivation.  01:20 - Your host, Bryce, introduces today's guest, Bedros. Follow along to hear about his evolution over the last decade and his purpose. 03:10 - Bryce talks about Bedros' book “Man Up” and the 6 principles he expresses throughout the book.  Listen along as Bedros breaks them down. 12:20 - Bedros dives deeper into the importance of communication. 18:30 - Get the inside scoop about the former “Empire Podcast” turned “ The Bedros “Keuilian Show” and what's to come for the revamped podcast.  26:40 - Learn the importance of Bedros' latest tagline, “Flip the Switch” and what that mindset means and looks like. 32:15 - Bryce dives deeper and asks Bryce to explain what flipping the switch looks like for him personally. 34:20 - Get to know what being a fitness CEO means to Bedros in business and his personal life.  “Sovereignty through financial freedom” - Bedros Keuilian

The Empire Film Podcast
2022, The Year In Review: An Empire Podcast Special

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 108:22


And so 2022 has come to an end, folks. It was a tough year for pretty much everybody, but it was also a very good year, cinematically speaking, and in this Empire Podcast special, Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, and Amon Warmann convene in the podbooth to have an extended natter about the year that was. Along the way, formats for the show are abandoned on the fly, the pod discuss the films that they loved, the future of cinema, a strange year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and much, much more. Enjoy, and have a happy new year, everyone!

The Empire Film Podcast
The Greatest Actors Of All Time: An Empire Podcast Discussion Special

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 42:37


The new issue of Empire magazine is on sale right now, folks, in all good, evil, and virtual newsagents, and it's a belter. This month's issue is dedicated to a celebration of the greatest actors of all time, as voted for by you, the readers of Empire. It's got everything, from exclusive interviews with Nicolas Cage (our cover star) and Tilda Swinton, to the likes of Tim Burton waxing lyrical about that time he worked with Jack Nicholson on a little film called Batman, and Gina Prince-Bythewood talking about Viola Davis. And that's not all: James Mangold has written an exclusive essay for us, celebrating the incredible work and legacy of Buster Keaton. It's a great issue, and so we've decided to take podspiration from it. So, in this podcast special, Chris Hewitt, James Dyer, Alex Godfrey and Helen O'Hara get together and have a wide-ranging discussion about some of their favourite actors, the art of acting itself, the mythology of the Method, omissions from the list that made their blood boil, and much, much more. Oh, and Helen was patching in to the studio from Northern Ireland, and her audio is a little distorted at times. Hopefully it won't spoil your enjoyment too much. Speaking of which... enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#546 — Kate Hudson & Jessica Henwick, Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 120:45


On the last Empire Podcast of the year, we have something of a The Prestige reunion, which is nice. First, Christian Bale, star of The Pale Blue Eye, talks to Chris Hewitt about being mistaken for Gareth Bale, and his experiences working with directors on multiple occasions, including Adam McKay, Scott Cooper, and Terrence Malick. Then Hugh Jackman, Golden Globe-nominated star of The Son (which opens here in February), talks to Amon Warmann about his experiences on that movie, working with Anthony Hopkins for a day, and why he's about to play Wolverine again in Deadpool 3. Then, Kate Hudson and Jessica Henwick, neither of whom were in The Prestige, more than make up for it by having a freewheeling and very funny chat with Chris about their new movie Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, life with an assistant, British sitcoms, and John Carpenter and Kurt Russell. And if that weren't enough, Chris is then joined in the podbooth by James Dyer and Helen O'Hara (who's not in the podbooth, which is why there's some slight distortion on her mic this week. Hopefully it won't spoil your listening experience.) for a fun episode in which they discuss their Christmas movie traditions, who would win between John McClane and Kevin McCallister; talk about the week's movie news, including Avatar: The Way Of Water's box office, the Barbie trailer, and the sad passing of Mike Hodges; and review Corsage, Glass Onion, and The Pale Blue Eye. We're taking a little break but are back on January 13, folks, so have a great Christmas if you celebrate, a fantastic holiday season if you don't, and an amazing start to 2023. Thanks so much for listening and supporting our nonsense throughout the year. Here's to more!

The Empire Film Podcast
In Conversation With James Cameron — Live In London

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:13


Stop your grinnin' and drop your linen. James Cameron has finally returned to the director's chair after more than a decade away, with Avatar: The Way Of Water, the sequel to the biggest film of all time. And when he came to London recently, we were delighted to stage a special Cameron-centric event, via the Empire VIP Club. First up, the Empire Podcast team of Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara and James Dyer hold court in front of a packed audience of Empire VIP Club members, waxing lyrical about all things Cameron (James, not Diaz or David). Then, in the second half of the show, Chris is joined on stage by Cameron himself for a one-hour deep dive into the career of one of the most successful directors of all time, and the path that has finally led him back to Pandora. If you're interested in becoming a member of the Empire VIP Club and being first in the queue (real and virtual) for events like this, go to empireonline.com/vip for more information and to sign up.

The Empire Film Podcast
#545 — James Cameron, Alejandro G. Inarritu, Sean Anders

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 123:42


Christmas is coming, and the goose isn't the only thing that's getting fat. The Empire Podcast is bursting at the seams with incredible guests yet again, as we welcome a trio of top directors this week. First up, you get a brief excerpt from Chris Hewitt's live Q&A with James Cameron as he returns to cinemas with Avatar: The Way Of Water (the full show will be up soon, should you wish to listen to the rest; and you should!). Then, Amon Warmann has a nice in-depth chat with Alejandro G. Inarritu about his most personal film yet, Bardo: False Chronicle Of A Handful Of Truths, and then Chris talks to Spirited director Sean Anders about turning Dickens into a musical. Oh, and Chris gushes about one of Anders' films. No, not Daddy's Home 2. Although it is a Christmas movie. Then, in the virtual podbooth this week, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer to talk about the movie-themed Christmas presents they'd like, the film they've bought the most; to discuss the week's movie news, including Henry Cavill's on-off-on-off-again relationship with Superman; and review Bardo, The Amazing Maurice and that water film. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
#544 — Lee Unkrich, Rebecca Hall, Antoine Fuqua, Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 119:35


Christmas is coming, folks, and that means that the Empire Podcast's sack is simply heaving with guests this week. First, Toy Story 3 and Coco director, Lee Unkrich, pops into the booth for a bit to talk about his new, definitive book about the making of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, and tackle this week's listener question (about Christmas songs in movies). Then Chris Hewitt chats with Resurrection star Rebecca Hall and Emancipation director Antoine Fuqua, and Amon Warmann gets to the heart of The Silent Twins' silent twins, Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance. And yes, he asks about Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Then, in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer to talk about the week's movie news, including the possible demise of Wonder Woman 3, and review Emancipation, Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio and Resurrection. Bumper-sized! Jampacked! Ho ho ho! Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#543 — Damian Lewis & Nick Murphy, Greta Gerwig, Frank Grillo

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 123:58


Blimey, folks, this week's episode of the Empire Podcast has more guests than Jamie Lee Curtis' home on Christmas Day. (Because she's married to Christopher Guest, you see, and presumably there would be a large number of extended family members invited around for a slap-up meal.) Helen O'Hara has a lovely chat with White Noise star Greta Gerwig about casting herself, her desire to make a musical, and more. Then Chris Hewitt has a lovely natter with action movie ace Frank Grillo, who's spreading his wings as the star of Lamborghini: The Man Behind The Legend. And, in the studio this week, Chris and Helen are joined by the brilliant Damian Lewis and Nick Murphy, star and director respectively of the ITVX drama, A Spy Among Friends (take that, Pilot TV). Lewis and Murphy (no, they're not a RoboCop tribute act) occupy the third and fourth chairs with remarkable grace, fielding questions about spies, breakfasts and buttocks, while tackling this week's listener question, about the best time jumps in movies and TV. Then, Chris and Helen are joined by Amon Warmann to discuss the week's movie news (including all those big trailers), review Violent Night and White Noise, and bang on about Cocaine Bear. Oh, and Amon has his mind blown by Frank Grillo. Enjoy.

Residual Income - Wealth Strategies - Financial Freedom With Murray Miller
S2E17: Getting in the Entrepreneur Mindset (Part 2 of Conversation with The Mom Empire Podcast)

Residual Income - Wealth Strategies - Financial Freedom With Murray Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 26:46


In this episode, I share with you the second part of my conversation with Alyssa and Jennifer from The Mom Empire Podcast about Marketing Your Side Hustle.  One thing I talk about on my podcast is the timing of your business venture and building a strategic wealth plan alongside that. Here's strategy points for how […] The post S2E17: Getting in the Entrepreneur Mindset (Part 2 of Conversation with The Mom Empire Podcast) first appeared on The Family Business. The post S2E17: Getting in the Entrepreneur Mindset (Part 2 of Conversation with The Mom Empire Podcast) appeared first on The Family Business.

The Empire Film Podcast
#542 — Luca Guadagnino, Tim Minchin

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 113:09


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast sees Luca Guadagnino, director of Call Me By Your Name, talk about his new movie, the dark cannibal romance Bones And All, and to spare him the ignominy of Chris Hewitt bellowing *that* song at him, we asked John Nugent to Zoom with Guadagnino instead. The result is a fascinating and frank discussion about the director's creative process. Also being frank and fascinating about their creative process is Tim Minchin, the genius songwriter behind the tunes of this week's Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical. He talks to Helen O'Hara about turning the hit stage musical into a movie, and about the sad failure of the quite wonderful Groundhog Day The Musical. Then, in the podbooth, Chris Hewitt returns and, as well as Googling 'how to host a podcast', welcomes Helen, James Dyer and fourth chair newcomer, Kelechi Ehenulo for discussions of random encounters with Emma Thompson in a lift, the best sequels to not feature the main character from the previous movie, the week's movie news (such as it is; thanks a bunch, Thanksgiving!), and review Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, She Said, Strange World, Matilda, The Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special, and more. It's podcast time — gobble gobble!

Residual Income - Wealth Strategies - Financial Freedom With Murray Miller
S2E16: Marketing Your Side Hustle (Part 1 of Conversation with The Mom Empire Podcast)

Residual Income - Wealth Strategies - Financial Freedom With Murray Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 30:08


In this episode, I share with you the first half of my conversation with Alyssa and Jennifer from The Mom Empire Podcast about Marketing Your Side Hustle.  Ways to Create Residual Income to Boost Your Business:  Owning a Business Royalties Subscription Models Affiliate Marketing Network Marketing Investments (ETF's, Mutual Funds, Bonds and Cryptocurrencies) Compound Savings/Life […] The post S2E16: Marketing Your Side Hustle (Part 1 of Conversation with The Mom Empire Podcast) first appeared on The Family Business. The post S2E16: Marketing Your Side Hustle (Part 1 of Conversation with The Mom Empire Podcast) appeared first on The Family Business.

The Empire Film Podcast
#541 — Paul Mescal, Will Ferrell & Octavia Spencer, Florence Pugh & Sebastian Lelio

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 110:43


The Empire Podcast has more hat-tricks than Mo Salah, and this week is no exception, as we welcome three batches of tremendous guests. First, Paul Mescal, star of the wonderful new drama Aftersun, goes it alone, as he tells Ella Kemp that he's not as serious as the movies and TV shows he makes, no honest. Then, Chris Hewitt is the Host Of Christmas Present as he chats to Spirited stars Will Ferrell and Octavia Spencer about the best swag they've ever got from a movie. And finally, Amon Warmann chats to Florence Pugh and Sebastian Lelio, star and director respectively of stunning new Netflix drama, The Wonder. And as well as all of that, there's an actual podcast in there too as, with Chris stricken with lurgy, Helen O'Hara invites Amon and regular pod debutant, Sam Clements, into the virtual podbooth for a fun pod in which they discuss the fictional movie companies they'd buy and tank if they could; the week's movie news (up to Thursday night that is); and review Disenchanted, Aftersun, Confess, Fletch, Bardo, Spirited, and more in another jam-packed reviews section. Oh, and a special guest host drops in for a short while too. Enjoy! (And please accept our apologies for the delay in it going up...)

The Empire Film Podcast
#540 — Danai Gurira, Tenoch Huerta Mejía, Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 119:58


Another bumper belting bangily-banger this week, folks, as the Empire Podcast marks the eagerly-awaited arrival of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever by dispatching Amon Warmann to talk to two of its stars, Dania Gurira — Okoye herself — and the MCU's latest menace, Namor The Sub-Mariner, aka Tenoch Huerta Mejía. Then, Chris Hewitt has a chat with Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, the filmmaking duo behind the trippy and terrific Something In The Dirt. But that's not all — in the virtual podbooth this week, Chris is joined by Amon, James Dyer, and Helen O'Hara to talk about the Christmas movies they wish could have sequels (and things take a turn for the dark pretty quickly), discuss the week's movie news, review Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Hellraiser, The Wonder, My Father's Dragon, Slumberland and Is That Black Enough For You?, while all trying desperately to name every movie Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg have made together. Who will be the lone survivor? Find out by listening. Enjoy!

What Is TRUTH? Podcast
#108 Hrvoje Moric Host of Geopolitics and Empire Podcast

What Is TRUTH? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 96:52


Hrvoje Moric returns to shoot the breeze. He is the host of Geopolitics and Empire Podcast, as well as host of the Hrvoje Moric show on TNT Radio. You can find him as well as all his social Media links at https://geopoliticsandempire.com His Rokfin channel is https://www.rokfin.com/GeopoliticsAndEmpire For Video Format of my shows, follow me on Rokfin https://www.rokfin.com/weezy and odysee https://odysee.com/@Weezy:a Follow me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/WhatTruthPod Telegram channel Group https://t.me/witweezy Listen on your Favorite podcast player! https://www.minds.com/weezytruth/ Daddygate Podcast https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDaddyGatePodcast If you would like to "Tip" the show Click the Patreon Link. Support will help me improve the show. Much Love to all whom already have! https://www.patreon.com/What_is_Truth If you would like to join the WHAT IS TRUTH? PODCAST private FACEBOOK group, hit the link! Private Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/429145721412069/?ref=share Email WHATISTRUTHPODCAST@gmail.com #nwo #globalism #totalitarianism --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whatstruth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatstruth/support

The Empire Film Podcast
#539 — Daniel Radcliffe, Jennifer Lawrence & Lila Neugebauer

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 119:14


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast sees Daniel Radcliffe make his second pod-appearance of the year, as he tells Chris Hewitt all about playing Weird Al Yankovic in the riotous faux-biopic, Weird. They also talk about accents, living in New York, and what Radcliffe's own biopic would be called. And names are on the agenda with Jennifer Lawrence too, as the Oscar-winning actress returns with her contemplative drama, Causeway, the first movie to be produced by her company, Excellent Cadaver. In our interview, she and director Lila Neugebauer tell Chris all about the how and why of the movie's name change from Red, White & Water, about working in a heated swimming pool, and more. Then, in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, and John Nugent to discuss the week's movie news, being replaced by Liam Hemsworth, review EVERY FILM IN THE WORLD including Enola Holmes 2, Living, Weird, Causeway, All Quiet On The Western Front, and Something In The Dirt, and tackle the thorny issue of which comedy movie directors they'd put on their personal Mount Rushmore. If your favourite director isn't mentioned, rest assured they were mentioned, but were cut out. Probably. Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#538 — Billy Eichner & Luke Macfarlane, Georgina Campbell

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 108:47


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast sees Billy Eichner, writer/star of rom-com Bros, and his co-star Luke Macfarlane, sit down with Chris Hewitt for a fun and frank chat about shooting sex scenes, Eichner's long struggle to bring a gay love story to the big screen with the backing of a major studio, and why podcasts are the new porn. Then Chris also sits down with British actress Georgina Campbell, star of this week's cracking new horror Barbarian, for a spoiler-free chat which includes Campbell's Halloween double-bill recommendations. Then Chris is joined in the virtual podbooth by Helen O'Hara and Ella Kemp for a fun episode in which they try not to answer any questions about scary films, but end up talking about the most terrifying movie clowns anyway. They also discuss the week's movie news, including James Gunn being hired as co-CEO of DC Studios, and review Bros, Barbarian, The Good Nurse, Triangle Of Sadness, and Wendell & Wild. Oh, and Chris loses his mind over an upcoming threequel. No, not that one. Nor that one either. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
The Good Nurse: An Empire/London Film Festival Special ft. Jessica Chastain, Eddie Redmayne, Tobias Lindholm and Krysty Wilson-Cairns

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 54:34


The Good Nurse is a sombre, serious and affecting drama based on the story of Charles Cullen, one of the most notorious serial killer cases in American history, with superb performances from Eddie Redmayne as Cullen, who abused his position as a nurse to kill patients, and Jessica Chastain as Amy Loughren, a fellow nurse and friend who helped the police apprehend Cullen and put a stop to a spree that had lasted for more than a decade and, it is believed, accounted for hundreds of victims. It was also Empire's gala presentation at this year's BFI London Film Festival, and in our latest Empire Podcast special, Chris Hewitt sits down on Zoom with Chastain and Redmayne, director Tobias Lindholm and writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns, for chats about the movie, its dark subject matter, its scathing criticism of the American healthcare system, and much, much more. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
#537 — Pierce Brosnan, Emma Corrin & Michael Grandage

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 107:45


Who hasn't found themselves consumed with thoughts of Pierce Brosnan films after reading the instructions on a microwaveable ready meal? And rightly so, for the Irish superstar has made a number of memorable movies over the years, including some in which he played a memorable number. But now to the iconic likes of James Bond and Thomas Crown, we can add Doctor Fate, the character Brosnan plays in the new DCEU movie, Black Adam. And on this week's Empire Podcast, The Artist Formerly Known As Bronhom tells Amon Warmann all about that, about shooting The Thomas Crown Affair, and pays a heartfelt tribute to his former Bond comrade, the late Robbie Coltrane. Our other guests this week are Emma Corrin and Michael Grandage, star and director respectively of the love-triangle melodrama My Policeman, who tell Ella Kemp all about their experiences making that movie. Either side of those, Chris Hewitt is joined in the podbooth by Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, and John Nugent for a fun episode in which they discuss the horror filmmakers who would adorn their personal Mount Rushmores, have a crack at the week's movie news including Harrison Ford joining the MCU, and review Black Adam, Park Chan-wook's Decision To Leave, Martin McDonagh's The Banshees Of Inisherin, and Paul Feig's The School For Good And Evil. Oh, and we raise a glass to our fellow colleague of such lethal cunning, Ben Travis, who got married last week to his beloved Lizzie. Up the Weds! Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
Hans Zimmer Interview Special

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 32:24


Who doesn't love a bit of Hans Zimmer blasting through their speakers/earbuds/headphones [delete as applicable]? The legendary Oscar-winning composer has been soundtracking our cinematic lives for decades now, and recently has started taking the show on the road with an incredible live tour and, as of March next year, a live album called Hans Zimmer Live. (See hanszimmerlive.com for more details) So, when the great man popped into London last week and let it be known he was up for speaking to the Empire Podcast, there was only one person in the Zimmer frame: super-fan Amon Warmann, who popped along to talk to the composer about his live shows, creating the best setlist imaginable, and synths. Lots of synths. As Hans himself might say, 'bloody 'ell!' (That'll make sense in about half an hour, trust us.) Enjoy!

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The Empire Film Podcast
#535 — Lashana Lynch & Sheila Atim, Steve Coogan & Jeff Pope, Christian Bale & David O. Russell

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 129:05


Hat-tricks aren't exclusive to that robotic Haaland fella, you know, as this week's Empire Podcast sees a trio of cracking interviews with three pairs of guests. First, Helen O'Hara sits down for a fun chat with The Woman King's right-hand ladies, Lashana Lynch and Sheila Atim. Then Chris Hewitt talks to The Lost King's screenwriting duo, Steve Coogan (yes, that one) and Jeff Pope about following up Philomena with another true-life tale. And finally, after coming so close on Thor Love & Thunder, we finally sit down for a natter with Christian Bale, as Alex Godfrey talks to the Amsterdam star/producer, and his director David O. Russell, about their new film and their long association. Then, in the virtual podbooth (blame Covid), Chris and Helen and James Dyer pick their brains for the funniest visual gags in superhero movies, discuss the week's movie news including the Super Mario trailer, and the horrible fate (at time of writing) of the Edinburgh International Film Festival and, in the reviews section, they cast their eyes over The Lost King, The Woman King, Amsterdam, Michael Giacchino's MCU oddity Werewolf By Night, and Vengeance. Enjoy.

Pilot TV Podcast
The Bear: A Pilot TV/Empire Podcast Special, In Association With Disney+

Pilot TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 44:43


Hands! Corner! Behind! No, we're not trying to activate The Winter Soldier — these phrases will make sense to you once you've watched the excellent new comedy-drama, The Bear, the first season of which is now streaming on Disney+. It follows Carmy Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White), a highly-rated and extraordinarily-talented chef who swaps being a rising star on the New York fine dining scene for the relentless grind of running a sandwich shop in Chicago, bequeathed to him after the death of his older brother. And in this latest crossover episode of the Empire Film Podcast and the Pilot TV Podcast, in association with Disney+, Chris Hewitt, James Dyer, and Beth Webb get their teeth into The Bear, talking about its intensity, its humour, their own relationships with food and fine dining, and much, much more. It's a pod so good we give it three Michelin stars. And that, friends, is definitely a recommendation. Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#534 — Maika Monroe, B.J. Novak

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 113:54


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast looks ahead to two of next week's releases, as Maika Monroe makes her first appearance on the pod since 2014 to talk with Chris Hewitt about her new film, Significant Other, bonding with directors, and how she navigated her career after the one-two punch of The Guest and It Follows. Then Chris also has an in-depth chat with B.J. Novak, star of the American version of The Office, about his long-awaited directorial debut, Vengeance, about his dad's Google alerts, and early retirement. Back in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for an episode that packs in plenty of chat about the upcoming London Marathon, in which Helen is running, Tom Hanks' claim that he has made only four pretty good movies in his illustrious career, the announcement of Deadpool 3 with Hugh Jackman returning as Logan/Wolverine, the rest of the movie news, and reviews of Blonde, Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris, Hocus Pocus 2, and Flux Gourmet. Don your business shoes, and get ready for the podcasting equivalent of 26.2 miles. But in a good way. Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#533 — Steve Coogan, Bryce Dallas Howard & DeWanda Wise

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 113:51


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast marks the return of the podcast with the best theme tune this side of, well, us, by talking to its co-creator and star. Yes, we're talking all things Alan Partridge with Steve Coogan as series 2 of the Partridge podcast, From The Oasthouse, returns to Audible. Plus, Ben Travis flies to Malta (and boy, were his arms tired) to have a raucous chat with Jurassic World: Dominion stars Bryce Dallas Howard and DeWanda Wise about Colin Trevorrow's Extended Edition. Stop that, you filthy-minded lot. This isn't Carry On Up The Empire Podcast. Speaking of which, back in the podbooth Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for a fun episode in which they discuss the best gateway horror films for kids; whether the Carry On... series counts as horror; the week's movie news, including Constantine 2 and a mini-episode of The Ranking: Keanu Reeves, and the trailers for M. Night Shyamalan's Knock At The Cabin, and Hellraiser; and they review Don't Worry, Darling, Catherine Called Birdy, and After Yang. Plus Chris comes up with his most annoying earworm yet, which is saying something. I wonder why... Enjoy! STEVE COOGAN INTERVIEW: 00:20:24.759 - 00:40:29.780 BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD/DEWANDA WISE INTERVIEW: 01:07:34.00 - 01:30:23.00 (approx.)

The Empire Film Podcast
Wedding Season: An Empire Podcast/Pilot TV Podcast Special, In Association With Disney+

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 74:51


Wedding Season is the new thrill-packed, mystery-stuffed rom-com that is now streaming on Disney+. The first-ever UK Original Series on Disney+, it follows the adventures of Stefan (Gavin Drea) and Kate (Rosa Salazar), a couple on the run after Katie's entire wedding party, including her husband, are killed, leaving Katie as the prime suspect, and the cops (and other interested parties) hot on their heels. And in this special crossover episode, brought to you in association with Disney+, the Empire Film Podcast and Pilot TV Podcast teams — Chris Hewitt, James Dyer, and Kay Ribeiro — come together to have a big old natter about the show, about the disastrous weddings they've attended, the nature of love, and the dangers of cake. But that's not all — there are exclusive, and enormously fun, interviews, in which Chris talks to cast members Jamie Michie, George Webster, Bhav Joshi, Omar Baroud and Callie Cooke, plus star Gavin Drea and the show's creator, Oliver Lyttelton. We now pronounce you pod and listener. Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#532 — Reece Shearsmith

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 109:07


This week's episode of the Empire Podcast brings you Reece Shearsmith — our guest at last week's London Podcast Festival live show at Kings Place, London — on sparkling form, as he tells Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara and Ben Travis all about new film See How They Run, recruiting actors for Inside No 9, working with David Warner, Peter Kay and Steve Coogan, and much, much more. That can be found at around 00:22:49.00, and finishes around 00:49:00.00 Then, in the podbooth, Chris, Helen and Ben are joined by live show absentee James Dyer for an episode in which Chris defends DC League Of Super-Pets, the team discuss their most memorable cinematic queuing experiences, they cast their eyes over the week's movie news, and they review Clerks III, Ticket To Paradise, Do Revenge, and End Of The Road. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
#531 — Sam Rockwell & Tom George

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 93:02


'Ello 'ello 'ello, what's all this then? This week's Empire Podcast — recorded before the news about the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II — sees Sam Rockwell, who plays Inspector Stoppard in breezy new whodunnit See How They Run, reunite with his director, Tom George, and tell Chris Hewitt all about howtheydidit. That can be found from 00:51:13.00 - 01:10:39.00 approx. Then, in the virtual podbooth, Chris returns to the host's chair after a couple of weeks 'off', and is armed with tales of what's out there in the world of children's TV. He's joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for a fun episode in which they discuss the week's movie news, review See How They Run, Pinocchio, Crimes Of The Future, Bodies Bodies Bodies, and tackle the big question: if you had to erase the movies of Adam Sandler, Jim Carrey, or Seth Rogen, who would you choose and why? Nobody can ever accuse us of not being highbrow. Enjoy. UPDATE: NOW WITH ACTUAL HELEN. IF YOU HAVE THE VERSION WITHOUT HELEN, DELETE AND RE-UPLOAD.

Pilot TV Podcast
Wedding Season: A Pilot TV And Empire Podcast Special, In Association With Disney+

Pilot TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 75:09


Wedding Season is the new thrill-packed, mystery-stuffed rom-com that launches today on Disney+ as part of Disney+ Day. The first-ever UK Original Series on Disney+, it follows the adventures of Stefan (Gavin Drea) and Katie (Rosa Salazar), a couple on the run after Katie's entire wedding party, including her husband, are killed, leaving Katie as the prime suspect and the cops (and other interested parties) hot on their heels. And in this special crossover episode, brought to you in association with Disney+, the Empire Film Podcast and Pilot TV Podcast teams — Chris Hewitt, James Dyer, and Kay Ribeiro — come together to have a big old natter about the show, about the disastrous weddings they've attended, the nature of love, and the dangers of cake. But that's not all — there are exclusive, and enormously fun, interviews, in which Chris talks to cast members Jamie Michie, George Webster, Bhav Joshi, Omar Baroud and Callie Cooke, plus star Gavin Drea and the show's creator, Oliver Lyttelton. We now pronounce you pod and listener. Enjoy!

The Empire Film Podcast
#529 — Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 79:28


This week's Empire Podcast sees the ace British actor Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù — memorably seen breaking heads in Gangs Of London — breaking hearts instead as the most eligible bachelor in England, in the delightful Mr. Malcolm's List. He tells Chris Hewitt all about this gear shift, his extensive research for a period role, and his days as a Harry Potter fan. That can be found between 00:32:45.00 and 00:55:19.00, timestamp fans. Then, in the virtual podbooth this week, Helen O'Hara hosts and brings Amon Warmann and John Nugent along for the ride, discussing average films with great scores, the week's movie news (including the trailer for Empire Of Light, the new Sam Mendes film), and reviewing Mr. Malcolm's List, Beast, Samaritan, and Official Competition. Enjoy.

The Empire Film Podcast
#528 — Owen Wilson, Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman, Alan Cumming

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 105:38


Just like Chorley FM, this week's episode of the Empire Podcast is Cumming in your ears as Chris Hewitt invites the great Alan Cumming — star of this week's excellent documentary, My Old School — into the podbooth for a fun chat about bagels, surnames, and why making this movie felt like fate. Chris also has a lovely chat with Secret Headquarters star, the wowtastic Owen Wilson, and his directors, Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, which takes in everything from parental responsibility to how to make a toast. Then, in a two-pronged pod recorded in a couple of different locations this week (circumstances beyond our control, folks, but we're sure you'll agree the blend of both halves is utterly seamless), Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer to discuss the movie stunts they would love to perform themselves, the week's movie news, and review My Old School, Day Shift, and Secret Headquarters. And Chris tells a Kenneth Branagh-related story that may still be going on, it's hard to tell. Enjoy. Quick interview timestamps! Owen Wilson runs from 28:05.00 - 43:51.00 (approx.) and Alan Cumming can be found somewhere around 1:01:39.00 - 1:24:21.00