Little Gold Men by Vanity Fair

Little Gold Men is the inside story of Hollywood, from awards shows and red-carpet premieres to the hard work and whisper campaigns that get people there. Weekly episodes feature obsessive, expert conversations about the best of television and film, with special guest appearances from stars, creators, and critics. LGM also dives deep into Oscar history, and offers insight into all the other awards that make up Hollywood’s continual dash toward glitz and glory.

TV & Film
How Drive My Car Became the Arthouse Favorite o...
The three-hour Japanese film was a modest success at Cannes over the summer, but has virtually swept critics prizes. What changed? Plus, a look at Yellowjackets, the Sundance Film Festival, and our ongoing Reunite series, as well as a conversation with The Lost Daughter star Jessie Buckley.
70 min
What We Learned from the SAG Nominations
A look at the shocks and snubs from SAG, the chaotic Golden Globes, and Sidney Poitier’s legacy, plus a conversation with Belfast star Jamie Dornan.
65 min
Can the SAG Nominations Bring A Little Clarity ...
A look at next week's SAG Awards nomination, more cancellations, a dive into the controversy around Don't Look Up, and a conversation with The White Lotus star Murray Bartlett.
56 min
West Side Story, Revisited
A look back at the 1861 classic and what the new one taught us about it. Plus conversations with Nina Arianda, Pablo Larrain, and Kristen Stewart.
76 min
Omicron Puts a Pause on Awards Season
A look at the wave of cancellations for some of awards season’s biggest events, plus the newly announced shortlists in 10 Oscar categories and a conversation with Parallel Mothers star Penelope Cruz.
34 min
The Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards Go ...
Announced within hours of each other on Monday, the Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards nominations reveal something about this awards season— but what, exactly? Plus, a look at the 2021 Black List with Franklin Leonard, and a conversation with West Side Story star Mike Faist.
83 min
Now That Every Oscar Hopeful Has Premiered, Who...
A look at late-breaking titles West Side Story, Nightmare Alley, Don't Look Up, and Being the Ricardos, a preview of the upcoming Golden Globes attempted comeback, and conversations with King Richard star Aunjanue Ellis and Belfast writer and director Kenneth Branagh.
79 min
West Side Story and Nightmare Alley Shake Up th...
Two long-awaited contenders debut, and everyone's predictions go haywire from there. Plus, conversations with Bruised star and director Halle Berry, and C'mon C'mon star Gaby Hoffmann.
81 min
Benvenuta, House of Gucci
The Lady Gaga-led drama finally arrives in theaters, but will other newcomers like Licorice Pizza and Being the Ricardos have a better Oscar fate? Plus, a conversation with Tick, Tick, Boom! director Lin-Manuel Miranda.
49 min
The Best Actor Race Has Somehow Gotten Even Mor...
A look at the ecstatic buzz for Tick Tick Boom, a deep dive into the screenplay races, and conversations with Power of the Dog star Kodi Smit-McPhee and The Harder They Fall director Jeymes Samuel.
92 min
Does Spencer Get Princess Diana Right, and Does...
VF's royal experts join for a discussion about the Kristen Stewart-led biopic, plus a look at AFI Fest, early reactions to House of Gucci, and a conversation with Last Night in Soho's Edgar Wright and Krysty Wilson-Cairns.
65 min
Your Burning Oscar Questions: West Side Story, ...
The LIttle Gold Men team goes to the mailbag to answer your most pressing questions, plus discussion of the best director and international feature races, and an interview with Passing star Ruth Negga.
78 min
The State of the Best Actor and Best Actress Races
A look at the front runners in both lead categories, Dune’s box office success, and a few new releases, plus a conversation with Mass writer and director Fran Kranz.
66 min
Meet Us On Arrakis
An in-depth conversation about Dune as well as an interview with star Rebecca Ferguson, a conversation with 12-time Oscar nominee Diane Warren, a look at this awards season's diversity problem and the Netflix mess, and much more.
77 min
A Hollywood Strike Looms, The Golden Globes Thr...
A look at the latest news about both awards season and the potential IATSE strike, a preview of Succession season 3, and a conversation with Bergman Island star Vicky Krieps.
75 min
The Oscar Contenders You'll See Absolutely Ever...
It's festival season all over the country, which means you can see Belfast, The Lost Daughter, and many more hopefuls way outside of New York and LA. Plus, a look at the beloved stars who might finally get nominated this year, the documentary The Rescue, and much more.
40 min
Broadway, Bond, and the New York Film Festival:...
A look at the major premieres of the New York Film Festival, including The Tragedy of Macbeth, plus No Time to Die, some awards season rule changes, and the four-hour extravaganza that was the Tony Awards.
51 min
The Morning After the 2021 Emmys
With Zoom awards shows a thing of the past, this year's ceremony brought some surprises and levity— even if so many of the winners felt predictable, and starkly un-diverse.
42 min
TIFF Ends, the Emmys Begin, and the Little Gold...
A look at the lingering festival buzz and some handicapping of the likeliest winners, plus an interview with Blue Bayou star Alicia Vikander— and a celebration of Joanna Robinson on her final episode of Little Gold Men.
78 min
All the Oscar Buzz From Venice and Telluride, a...
With the early September festival season at its midpoint, Cassie da Costa, David Canfield, Rebecca Ford, Richard Lawson, and Katey Rich take stock of what's already taking off, and what we have our eye on in the near future.
45 min
Your Guide to the Telluride and Venice Film Fes...
Festival season is here, and Richard Lawson, David Canfield, and Rebecca Ford are headed to the mountains, with a look ahead at the titles we're most anticipating. Plus, a look at a wonderful new Netflix movie you're not hearing nearly enough about, Worth.
40 min
Little Gold Men Book Club: The Power of the Dog
A look at the Thomas Savage novel that has been adapted into an upcoming film by Jane Campion. Plus the Ted Lasso season 2 conversation, what's got everybody excited about Marvel lately, and conversations with Emmy nominees Maya Rudolph (Saturday Night Live, Big Mouth) and Juno Temple (Ted Lasso).
81 min
Is The White Lotus Already Next Year's Emmy Fro...
A postmortem on HBO's latest buzzy hit, plus a conversation with Karina Longworth and Vanessa Hope about Vanity Fair's new podcast Love Is a Crime, and an interview with Emmy-nominated Hacks showrunner Jen Statsky.
83 min
2001 Oscar Race Flashback
This Had Oscar Buzz co-hosts Joe Reid and Chris Feil join for a look back at the season dominated by A Beautiful Mind’s endless controversies, Halle Berry’s historic win, and a very very weird post-9/11 national mood.
53 min
Are These Your Oscar Dark Horses?
A look at the fate of Annette, The Green Knight, Stillwater, and more longshot potential contenders. Plus a conversation with Eric Kripke, showrunner of the Emmy-nominated superhero series The Boys.
73 min
Fall Festival Season Is Finally Taking Shape
Looking at the latest announcements from the Venice and New York Film Festivals, plus new releases The Green Knight, Pig, Stillwater, Old, and Jungle Cruise. The episode also includes an interview with The Flight Attendant Emmy nominee Rosie Perez.
54 min
Michaela Coel Deserves the World
David Canfield and Chris Murphy join Joanna Robinson to preview the upcoming film festivals, puzzle over some Daytime Emmy wins, celebrate Ted Lasso Season 2, and throw their support behind some Primetime Emmy underdogs.
54 min
The Emmy Nominations Reaction Episode
Plus, another Cannes dispatch from Richard Lawson.
56 min
The Rom-Com Every Other Rom-Com Was Built On
A look back at best picture winner It Happened One Night, an early dispatch from Cannes, and more questions about the rules at the Golden Globes, with special guest Nathaniel Rogers. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext: Follow Nathaniel Rogers on Twitter:
63 min
Oscar Flashback: The Best Picture Loser That Br...
A look back at 2005's Brokeback Mountain, which still looms far larger in the cultural imagination than the movie that beat it for Best Picture. Plus a look at new rules for the Emmys and the DGA Awards, a conversation about Zola, and an interview with Zola star Riley Keough.
80 min
Oscar Flashback: On the Waterfront and the Birt...
Anthony Breznican joins for a look back at the Elia Kazan classic that comes with plenty of its own complications. Plus David Canfield announces the launch of Awards Insider, and the group discusses the latest drama around the Golden Globes. The episode also includes interviews with Brett Goldstein (Ted Lasso) and Hannah Einbinder (Hacks).
103 min
Harrison Ford’s Only Oscar Nomination— And Mayb...
A flashback to 1985’s Witness, plus a look at the In the Heights box office and Bo Burnham’s Emmy buzz. The episode also includes interviews with Elizabeth Olsen (Wandavision) and Sebastian Stan (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier).
107 min
Fasten Your Seatbelts.... It's An All About Eve...
Founding Little Gold Men co-host Mike Hogan returns for a look back at 1950's bitchiest, and maybe most prescient, Oscar winner, All About Eve. The episode also includes discussion of the Cannes lineup and the release of In the Heights, as well as interviews with Jimmy Smits (In the Heights) and Ethan Hawke (The Good Lord Bird).
101 min
Oscar Flashback: Quiz Show
A look back at the 1994 would-be best picture frontrunner that faltered, with guest Hillary Busis. Plus a discussion about yet another Oscar date change and the fate of the summer box office, and interviews with Zosia Mamet (The Flight Attendant) and Lena Waithe (Master of None).
88 min
Oscar Flashback: Chicago
A look back at the 2002 best picture winner with Chris Murphy, plus discussion of Cruella, A Quiet Place Part II, and the Daytime Emmy nominations. The episode ends with interviews with Kathleen Turner (The Kominsky Method) and Renee Elise Goldsberry (Girls5Eva).
87 min
The Underground Railroad, Ted Lasso, and the Fu...
Franklin Leonard joins for a wide-ranging discussion about the Discovery-WarnerMedia merger, The Underground Railroad, Ted Lasso, and the road ahead for Emmys season. Plus, Richard Lawson talks to The Queen’s Gambit star Marielle Heller.
91 min
BONUS EPISODE : Mosquito Coast with Melissa George
50 min
Are the Golden Globes Done Forever?
A look at the awards scandal of the week, a conversation about Netflix's star-studded The Woman in the Window with Bobby Finger, and an interview with Dan Stevens about his role in Amazon's upcoming series Solos.
71 min
Predicting the 2022 Oscar Nominations
It's that time again! Joe Reid joins to look back over our predictions from last year— where at least we managed to mention the eventual best picture winner this time—and look at what's ahead for this year, including some bold and probably entirely wrong predictions.
89 min
2021 Oscars: The Morning After
Processing the wins that were great and the ones that were less-so, how they pulled off a pandemic-age ceremony in person, and the truly baffling decision that ended the night.
67 min
Our Final 2021 Oscar Predictions
Making bold calls in the toss-up best actress and best documentary feature races, wondering if Nomadland's big victory is still coming, and predicting all 23 of this year's Oscar categories.
67 min
Your Guide to the Oscar-Nominated Shorts, and a...
Chris Murphy joins for a deep dive into the animated, documentary, and live-action short categories, and we share clips from two of our Cocktail Hour Live events: an interview with best actress nominee Andra Day, and a conversation between MIchael B. Jordan and Serena Williams.
77 min
The Two Wildest Oscar Races Left
How the SAG Awards upended both the best actress and best supporting actress races yet again. Plus, a conversation with Minari director Lee Isaac Chung.
56 min
We Answer Your Most Pressing Oscar Questions
Plus, a conversation with Time director Garrett Bradley, and a sneak preview of Vanity Fair’s upcoming event Cocktail Hour Live.
73 min
Riz Ahmed on the Power of His Oscar Nomination
The Sound of Metal star talks about the value of representation and what comes next, plus a look at the WGA winners, the no-Zoom-allowed Oscars, and what's next on the awards calendar.
56 min
The Biggest Surprises of the Oscar Nominations
Breaking down the Lakeith Stanfield shocker, the troubling trend about Da 5 Bloods, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, and One Night in Miami, and who we now expect to be the big winner.
48 min
Our Final Oscar Nomination Predictions
What the Critics Choice Award winners and BAFTA nominees told us, and which surprises still lay ahead.
45 min
The Golden Globes Revealed Two Incredibly Unpre...
A morning-after analysis of the Globes, technical difficulties and all, plus a conversation with Delroy Lindo and Spike Lee about Da 5 Bloods.
57 min
Inside This Year's Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue,...
Jeff Giles joins to share inside stories about the making of a Hollywood Issue unlike any other. Plus, a look ahead at the Golden GLobes, and a conversation with Another Round star Mads MIkkelsen.
72 min
The Mauritanian Star Tahar Rahim Is Ready for t...
A conversation with the Golden Globe nominee, plus a look at the trials and tribulations of the best original song Oscar category with special guest Noah Gittell.
55 min
What Judas and the Black Messiah and the Trial ...
Cassie da Costa joins for a look at the recent spate of films that examine the FBI's surveillance of black activists and artists in the mid-20th century, and how much further those stories could have gone. Plus, a conversation with Cherry star Tom Holland.
57 min
What to Make of the SAG and Golden Globes Nomin...
How Jared Leto happened, what to make of Minari's shutout one place and success another, and more analysis of the week's awards announcements. Plus, a look back at the Sundance Film Festival and Netflix's Firefly Lane.
58 min
The Indie Spirit Nominations, the AFI List, and...
A look at a new batch of honors, and the surging support for Promising Young Woman and Sound of Metal. Plus, conversations with Never Rarely Sometimes Always star Sidney Flanigan and Malcolm & Marie star John David Washington.
83 min
The Late-Breaking Oscar Contenders Are On Their...
A look at the movies that have yet to debut, and conversations with two major contenders, One Night in Miami's Kingsley Ben-Adir and Miss Juneteenth's Nicole Beharie.
80 min
Emerald Fennell's Guide to Candy-Colored Revenge
An interview with the writer and director of Promising Young Woman (and also Camilla from The Crown!), plus a look at new releases MLK/FBI, One Night in Miami, and Locked Down, and the Gotham Award winners.
73 min
What to Expect As Awards Season Finally, Actual...
A look at the critics awards to come, the controversy around the Golden Globes, and the contenders we still have yet to see. Plus, conversations with Mank star Amanda Seyfried and Da 5 Bloods and Lovecraft Country star Jonathan Majors.
76 min
Cristin Milioti and Jason Woliner on Two of the...
This holiday week episode features two interviews, first with Palm Springs star Milioti and then with Borat 2 director Woliner.
54 min
The Christmas Movies to Help You Escape 2020
Who Weekly co-hosts Bobby Finger and Lindsey Weber join to discuss the best of this year's Christmas movie crop. Plus a look at the first critics' awards of the season, and a conversation with The Crown star Emma Corrin.
89 min
How The Flight Attendant Broke Big
A conversation with the star of the HBO Max thriller Kaley Cuoco, plus a look at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival lineup, new releases The Father and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, and the massive list of upcoming titles announced by Disney.
72 min
The Best TV of 2020, the NBA Included
A look at our TV critic's year-end top 10, plus discussion of the potential of an in-person Oscars, the drama at HBO Max, and new releases Let Them All Talk and Wolfwalkers.
54 min
The Old Hollywood Stories That Mank Gets Right—...
A wide-ranging discussion of David Fincher's new film, plus a look at The Prom, Sound of Metal, Nomadland, and Richard's top 10 list.
68 min
Why The Personal History of David Copperfield I...
Director and co-writer Armando Iannucci talks about adapting the Dickens classic to reflect the modern Britain he loves. Plus a look at the trouble within Star Wars fandom, and a holiday weekend spent with Happiest Season and other movies worth catching up with.
67 min
Special Presentation of In VOGUE: The 1990s -- ...
36 min
Let the Carrie Coon Best Actress Hype Begin Now
The star of The Nest talks about the not-quite-haunted-house thriller. Plus conversations about The Personal History of David Copperfield, I Hate Suzie, The Crown, and the upcoming Small Axe series.
79 min
Congratulations America: The Crown Is Back
Here, in our moment of post-election deep breathing, arrives the fourth season of Netflix's royal soap opera, and not a moment too soon. Plus discussion of new releases Mank, Dating Amber, and Ammonite, Richard's review of Hillbilly Elegy, and our own election week experiences.
54 min
2000 Oscars Flashback: Gladiator, Steven Soderb...
This Had Oscar Buzz co-hosts Joe Reid and Chris Feil join for a special flashback episode about the 2000 Oscar race, and everything that's changed about the awards since then. Note: this episode was pre-recorded before Election Day, and contains exactly zero discussion of 2020 politics.
84 min
Borat 2 Brings a Surprise Oscar Contender Into ...
Meet Maria Bakalova, who might have the season's wildest best supporting actress campaign. Plus a look at The Craft: Legacy and Kindred, and a conversation with On the Rocks director Sofia Coppola.
66 min
The Little Gold Men Book Club: Rebecca
A look at Netflix's new movie, the 1940 Hitchcock classic, and the Daphne du Maurier novel that started it all. Plus discussions of new releases The Witches and On the Rocks.
54 min
The Netflix Movie That Could Get Every Supporti...
A look at Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 and a slew of other new titles, plus a conversation with Film Fest 919 founders Carol Marshall and Randi Emmerman.
69 min
Does The Social Network Deserve an Anniversary ...
Vanity Fair TV critic Sonia Saraiya joins this week's show to argue that David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin's Facebook movie got more wrong about social media than we even realized. Plus discussion of Emily in Paris, The Good Lord Bird, The Haunting of Bly Manor, the New York Film Festival, and the recent rash of cancellations at Netflix.
62 min
It's the Autumn of Jessie Buckley
Joanna talks to the star of Fargo and I'm Thinking of Ending Things. The episode also includes discussion of the many release date changes that have shaken up the Oscar race, the trailer for Minari, and the movies Enola Holmes and The Boys in the Band.
57 min
The Surprising Success of the Pandemic Emmys
It felt more or less like a real awards show, which considering the circumstances was a little bit of a miracle. A look at the big winners Succession, Watchmen, and Schitt's Creek, and what every awards show might be able to learn from this one.
39 min
The Oscars Are Seven Months Away, But The Buzz ...
A look at the Toronto International Film Festival and the winners from Venice, plus a look ahead at Sunday's Emmy awards and a conversation with Academy governor DeVon Franklin about the organization's new inclusivity standards.
75 min
What the Oscar Inclusivity Rules Actually Mean
A closer look at a new set of standards for best picture contenders, plus discussion of the Venice and Toronto film festivals and a conversation with Unpregnant star Haley Lu Richardson.
75 min
Your Guide to Charlie Kaufman's Latest Mind-Bender
A discussion of both the new film I'm Thinking of Ending Things and the book it's based on. Plus a look at new releases Bill and Ted Face the Music, Mulan, and Tenet.
54 min
So, What's It Like to Actually See Tenet?
Ben Croll dials in from Paris to talk about the release of the summer's only blockbuster. Plus, an interview with Giancarlo Esposito and a conversation between Emmy nominees and longtime friends Amy Sherman-Palladino and Lesli Linka Glatter.
75 min
BONUS: Little Gold Women: Shira Haas and Anna W...
Ang Ferragauto and LaToya Ferguson discuss what made the limited series such a major hit, and then the show's co-creator and star discuss the steps they took to tell an authentic story about an Orthodox Jewish woman from Brooklyn starting a brand-new life in Berlin.
44 min
Can the Emmys Break Out of Their Rut Again?
A year after Fleabag's surprise sweep, two other newcomers are favored to win the top prize. Can the Emmys continue embracing change? Plus, conversations with Emmy nominees Linda Cardellini and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.
75 min
BONUS: Little Gold Women: Laura Linney and Juli...
Hosts LaToya Ferguson and Ang Ferraguto discuss the third season of the crime drama, and stars Laura Linney and Julia Garner reveal some of their favorite moments. Sponsored by Netflix.
38 min
The Real Monsters of HBO's Splashy New Drama Se...
A look at the new series Lovecraft Country, the Sundance-winning documentary Boys State, and a conversation with Succession star Sarah Snook.
74 min
Geena Davis on How to Have a Film Festival in t...
The two-time Oscar winner and co-founder of the Bentonville Film Festival joins the festival's president of programming Wendy Guerrero to describe how they're pulling off this year's event. Plus, a look at newly announced plans from the Toronto International Film Festival and the New York Film Festival.
51 min
The 2020 Emmy Nominations Are Here!
At long last, we have an actual awards show to talk about. Guests Hillary Busis and Sonia Saraiya help Mike and Richard break down the snubs, surprises, and strange narratives among this year's nominees.
42 min
How I May Destroy You Became the Show of the Su...
Discussing Micaela Coel’s undefinable 12-episode dramedy, with guests Yohana Desta and Hillary Busis. Plus a look at what in the world festival season has in store.
35 min
All Your Peacock Questions, Answered
NBC's new streaming service has launched, with multiple tiers and price points and an endearingly oddball lineup of films. So, will anyone actually sign up for it? Plus a look at the handful of stellar new films out now, including Palm Springs, The Old Guard, and Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets.
44 min
The Emmy Contenders Voters Can’t Ignore
Making the case for the best of this years top Emmy contenders, plus conversations with two of them, Thandie Newton and Janelle Monae.
72 min
New TV Shows and Movies Worth Staying In For
A look at new releases Irresistible, Hamilton, Eurovision, and The Baby-Sitters Club. Plus, conversations with Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk and Unbelievable star Kaitlyn Dever.
73 min
BONUS: Chris Evans and Michelle Dockery on Defe...
This episode was made in collaboration with Apple TV+. Hosts LaToya Ferguson and Joe Reid discuss the eight-part limited series, based on the novel by William Landay. Stars Chris Evans and Michelle Dockery also discuss their performances as parents caught in an impossible situation when their son is accused of a horrific crime.
43 min
The Enduringly Cool Lesbian Classic You Can Wat...
Yohana Desta shares what she learned from Cheryl Dunye, director of 1996's The Watermelon Woman, which is now free on Criterion Channel. Plus, a conversation with Succession star Jeremy Strong.
56 min
There's No Easy Answer For What to Do With *Gon...
Vulture's Angelica Jade Bastien joins to discuss her essay on the 1939 blockbuster, and why it will never fully go away despite its many problems. Plus a look at the latest changes to awards season, plus interviews with *Curb Your Enthusiasm* star J.B. Smoove and *Run* star Merritt Wever.
85 min
Do The Right Thing Said It All 30 Years Ago
A look back at Spike Lee's generation-defining film, and its notorious Oscar snub. Plus, a look at the best films of the year so far, the black protest films to watch in addition to Do the Right Thing, and new releases The King of Staten Island and Spike Lee's own Da 5 Bloods. The episode also includes interviews with Emmy contenders James Corden and Damon Lindelof.
104 min
Franklin Leonard and Tananarive Due on Why Holl...
The founder of the Blacklist joins to discuss the entertainment industry's response to the George Floyd protests, and who seems to actually be getting it right. And horror author and screenwriter Tananarive Due discusses the piece she wrote for Vanity Fair about her childhood experience with protests, what positive change she's seen in Hollywood, and why horror movies can be the perfect way to process the scary things happening in the real world.
70 min
If Captain Picard Can’t Improve Your Quarantine...
This week’s show features interviews with "Picard" star Patrick Stewart and "The Good Place’s" Janet, D’arcy Carden, as well as a look back at 1995’s Oscar-winning "Sense and Sensibility."
88 min
There Are Still Good New Movies Coming Out! Or ...
A look back at the 1972 Oscar winner, plus a look ahead at new releases Military Wives and The Trip to Greece. Plus, conversations with The Great star Nicholas Hoult and Hollywood star Patti LuPone.
87 min
The Oscar-Winning Performance That's Legendary ...
We all know better now than to believe Marisa Tomei's Oscar win for My Cousin Vinny was the result of Jack Palance reading the wrong name. But is anyone giving enough credit to how brilliant she actually is? Plus, conversations with comedian and writer Julio Torres and with Watchmen composers Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor.
83 min
How a Historic Oscar Season Led Andre Holland t...
The star of the Netflix limited series was looking for the right project to work on with Damien Chazelle— and it took him to a fictional Paris jazz club. Plus, a look back at 1984’s best picture winner Amadeus.
57 min
The Most Prescient Oscar Winner of All Time
A look back at 1976's Network, which only feels more topical as the years go by. Plus a look at the legacy of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and a conversation with Driveways star Hong Chau.
86 min
The Best Picture Winner That Stood the Test of ...
A look back at 1980's Ordinary People, plus a conversation with High Fidelity star Zoe Kravitz.
60 min
There's Never a Wrong Time to Revisit Casablanca
A look back at one of the best best picture winners of all time, plus a conversation with *Nailed It* host Nicole Byer and a look behind the scenes of our *Dune* exclusive.
64 min
Laura Linney Is Not Surprised By How Dark She's...
The Oscar, Tony, and Emmy nominee discusses the intense third season of her Netflix series. Plus a look at Quibi and Disney's release date shuffles, and a flashback to Singin' in the Rain.
68 min
Little Gold Men Essentials: Sunset Boulevard
Inside the making of the 1950 classic with Gloria Swanson’s close confidante, Wayne Lawson. Plus a look at how the Emmys and Tonys delays affect the awards seasons to come.
50 min