Imogen Poots (Green Room, 28 Weeks Later) chats with Chris about the quarantine rules in London right now, they chat about pangolins and they talk about bands they loves. They also talk about songs that were popular when Imogen was born, what she wants to do when the quarantine is over and her new movie Vivarium, available on VOD and I Know This Much Is True, streaming now on HBO!
Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson chat with Chris about how they are spending their time in quarantine, they talk about both of their impressive careers and how much they love acting. Mary and Ted also talk about their relationship, Ted talks about getting involved in climate activism and Mary talks about her writing process!
Dennis Quaid chats with Chris about their mutual love of bowling, Dennis’s new podcast The Dennissance and Dennis talks about getting into acting. Dennis also talks about what his life was like growing up, they talk about trying to live our your dreams and more!
Kathryn Hahn returns to the podcast! She and Chris talk about making Kit Kat cakes, nightmares of auditioning and roles and how their careers have changed over the years. Kathryn also talks about how she and her family are dealing with quarantine, they dive deep into the song A Nightmare on My Street and talk about all her upcoming projects including I Know This Much is True!
Vincent Cassel chats with Chris about life in France, speaking multiple languages and Vincent talks about getting into acting. They also talk about how they think this virus will change people, they talk about his goals for his career and the newest season of Westworld!
Colman Domingo returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about what they have been doing during the quarantine, how they think the world will be different after Covid-19 and how being mindful of others can be helpful. They also talk about their love of making art, Colman talks about figuring out who he is and they talk about Colman’s new web show Bottomless Brunch with Colman Domingo on The Walking Dead's YouTube Channel!
Vivica A. Fox talks to Chris about starting her own podcast Hustling with Vivica A. Fox, her love of hosting shows and events and getting her start in acting in soap operas. Vivica also talks about writing her book, lessons she has learned in life and her new movie Arkansas!
Rebecca Hall (The Town, The Prestige) chats with Chris about life with her two year old daughter, she talks about life on the road when acting and Chris talks about a new candle he recently got. Rebecca also talks what got her into acting, the movie she just directed and her new show Tales From the Loop, streaming on Amazon!
Alexandra Daddario and Chris talk about life in quarantine, what they think life will be like after and their love of playing piano. They also talk about dealing with stage fright, how Alexandra got into acting and her new movie We Summon the Darkness!
Laura Linney chats with Chris about how she is doing with the current lockdown, how they deal with de-cluttering their homes and how having a kid changed her life. Laura also talks about her extensive postcard collection, about when she decided she wanted to get into acting and the new season of Ozark!
Dr. Jane Goodall chats with Chris about growing up with a love for animals, she talks about speaking with people who don’t agree with her views and how the animal rights world has changed over the years. She also talks about teaching children about the environment through her Roots and Shoots program, how animals change in captivity and her new documentary Jane Goodall: The Hope, on National Geographic!
Thomas Middleditch chats with Chris about how unique improv can be, finding the perfect comedy partner and they talk about how businesses are affected by the stay at home orders. They also talk about making comedy on all the social media platforms, Thomas talks about his upcoming projects and his new improv specials Middleditch and Schwartz on Netflix!
Josh Hutcherson (Hunger Games, Future Man) talks to Chris about being in quarantine, what video games he is playing and working with his mom on projects. Josh also talks about getting into directing, he talks about his two dogs and the newest season of Future Man on Hulu!
Michael Shannon joins Chris to talk about how he is adapting to life in quarantine, what he had been working on lately and life as an actor. He also talks about how his family has been dealing with COVID-19, what he is working on next and his new movie The Quarry, on VOD April 17!
Frank Matano (Italian comedian, Italy's Got Talent) chats with Chris about how they met, how he became a comedian and how comedy differs in Italy. He also talks about life in Italy amid COVID19, having dual citizenship and they talk about playing Animal Crossing!
Eric Stonestreet returns to the podcast! He talks about some of his favorite movies, they talk about the rise of sitcoms and how life has changed with COVID-19. He also talks about getting the role on Modern Family, working on the show for 11 years and what he wants to do next!
Jason Scott Lee (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, Mulan) and Chris talk about his role in Back to the Future II, Jason talks about studying martial arts for his role as Bruce Lee and what martial arts has taught him about regular life. Jason also talks about his years working on a farm and living off the grid, getting back into acting and his upcoming movie Mulan!
Maulik Pancholy (Sanjay and Craig, 30 Rock) and Chris have a Sanjay and Craig reunion! They talk about how much fun it was to do the voices on Sanjay and Craig, the crazy storylines of the show and how Maulik fell into comedy. Maulik also talks about how important it is to have characters all kids can relate to, what inspired him to write his book The Best At It and what speaking to kids about his book and differences has taught hi...
Bill Pullman (Independence Day, Spaceballs, The Sinner) chats with Chris about all the roles he has played over the years, his work on Spaceballs and how always plays nice guys. They also talk about the first Independence Day, roles that he hasn’t played yet but wants to and his show The Sinner on USA!
Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Saw) chats with Chris about how much they love Monty Python, he tells a story about seeing Prince in concert and they talk about how The Princess Bride became such a hit. Cary also talks about working with different legends over the years, running into Kevin Costner right after Robin Hood: Men in Tights came out and he talks about being in the most recent season of Marvelou...