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Daniel Radcliffe and Simon Rich on Miracle Workers and why the Postal Service is a damn miracle

Based on his novel What in God’s Name, Simon Rich’s new show Miracle Workers follows a pair of low-level angels at Heaven, Inc. who, in order to prevent Earth’s destruction, have to help two humans fall in love. We recently spoke with Rich and star Daniel Radcliffe about the show, and the Earthly things they think are…

Tom Hopper, Emmy Raver-Lampman, and David Castaneda are Umbrella Academy family

Based on the Eisner award-winning comic book series created and written by Gerard Way, Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy follows an estranged group of gifted siblings who have to come together to solve a mystery surrounding their adoptive father’s recent death. Ahead of the ten-episode first season hitting Netflix last…

Director Todd Strauss-Schulson on Isn't It Romantic and his love for Hugh Grant

Directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson, Isn’t It Romantic is a new satirical rom-com that follows a cynical New York City architect (Rebel Wilson) who, after an encounter with a mugger renders her unconscious, wakes up to discover her life has turned into a romantic comedy. We recently spoke with Strauss-Schulson about the…

Rebel Wilson, Adam Devine, and Priyanka Chopra are suckers for a good rom-com

The new satirical rom-com Isn’t It Romantic follows a cynical New York City architect (Rebel Wilson) who, after an encounter with a mugger renders her unconscious, wakes to discover her life has turned into a romantic comedy. Ahead of its release in theaters today, we sat down with stars Rebel Wilson, Adam Devine, and…

Dial M For Maple goes "unplugged" to discuss Riverdale prequel novel The Day Before Dial M For Maple goes "unplugged" to discuss Riverdale prequel novel The Day Before

Riverdale’s taking a few weeks off, so Dial M For Maple decided there was no better time to unplug, unwind, and cozy up to a book. But, as all regular listeners know, there’s always more to discuss, which is why we’re offering up a special “Book Club” edition of the podcast to dig into the official Riverdale prequel…

Cameron Britton on jumping from Mindhunter to The Umbrella Academy

Based on the Eisner award-winning comic book series created and written by Gerard Way, Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy follows an estranged group of gifted siblings who have to come together to solve a mystery surrounding their adoptive father’s recent death. Ahead of the ten-episode first season hitting Netflix today, …

Paul Scheer on coked-up Wall Street bros and Black Monday

The Showtime comedy series Black Monday, follows the motley crew of employees at The Jammer Group in the year leading up to “Black Monday,” the worst stock market crash in Wall Street history. One of those employees is the eager-to-please trader Keith, played by Paul Scheer. We recently sat down with Scheer to talk…

Matt Walsh and Judith Godrèche on Under The Eiffel Tower and getting drunk on set

The new romantic comedy Under The Eiffel Tower follows a middle-aged bourbon salesman (Veep’s Matt Walsh) who, in the midst of a mid-life crisis, travel across the French countryside and falls in love with a vineyard owner (Judith Godrèche). Ahead of its release on VOD, we spoke with Matt Walsh and Judith Godrèche…

Andrew Rannells has a pick for 90 Day Fiancé's most cringeworthy couple

The Showtime comedy series Black Monday, follows the motley crew of employees at The Jammer Group in the year leading up to “Black Monday,” the worst stock market crash in Wall Street history. One of those employees, the young, wide-eyed Blair, is played by Tony Award-nominee Andrew Rannells. In this outtake from our…

Ron Funches tells us how Ric Flair's Giggle Fit cameo came to be

With the help of Comedy Central, Ron Funches premiered his first-ever one-hour comedy special Giggle Fit earlier this year where he talks about his favorite things, like professional wrestling, vision boards, and The Great British Baking Show. We recently spoke to Funches about the special, how he got Ric Flair to…

Ellen Page, Robert Sheehan, and Aidan Gallagher talk kicking ass in The Umbrella Academy

Based on the Eisner award-winning comic book series created and written by Gerard Way, Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy follows an estranged group of gifted siblings who have to come together to solve a mystery surrounding their adoptive father’s recent death. Ahead of the ten-episode first season hitting Netflix this…

Roswell, New Mexico's Tyler Blackburn and Michael Vlamis on embracing the show's fervent fandom

In honor of Roswell, New Mexico, The CW’s brand new adaptation of the Roswell High books series, we sat down with stars Tyler Blackburn and Michael Vlamis—who play Alex and Michael—to talk about the series, and stepping into a franchise with big fandom.

Here are some things that always make Andrew Rannells laugh

The Showtime comedy series Black Monday, follows the motley crew of employees at The Jammer Group in the year leading up to “Black Monday,” the worst stock market crash in Wall Street history. One of those employees, the young, wide-eyed Blair, is played by Tony Award-nominee Andrew Rannells. We recently sat down with…

Gerard Way and Steve Blackman explain the origins of The Umbrella Academy

Based on the Eisner award-winning comic book series created and written by Gerard Way, Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy follows an estranged group of gifted siblings who have to come together to solve a mystery surrounding their adoptive father’s recent death. Ahead of the ten-episode first season hitting Netflix this…

Here's how the VFX team behind Infinity War brought Thanos to the big screen

Thanos is undoubtedly one of Marvel’s most memorable on-screen villains, thanks both to Josh Brolin’s performance, and the visual effects team who designed the character and captured the performance. Luckily, their hard work has not gone unnoticed, as Infinity War’s VFX team was nominated for an Academy Award last…

Paul Scheer picks his top 5 worst movies—for real this time

A couple years ago, we asked Paul Scheer to rank his five worst movies of all time, but the list he came up with—which included Spider-Man 3 and The Last Airbender—hasn’t sat well with him. As the How Did This Get Made? host explained, “I just rattled them off immediately—I didn’t put any thought about it, and I felt…

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