Renée Zellweger a Rufus Sewell | Náš původní rozhovor k Judy
Na našem podcastu by rozhodně neměly chybět i některé vybrané starší rozhovory. Kolegyně Vladana Brouková si vloni zaletěla do Londýna popovídat s Renée Zellweger, držitelkou Oscara, Zlatého glóbu a Ceny BAFTA za fenomenální výkon v roli zpěvačky Judy Garland. Zpovídala i jejího hereckého kolegu z filmu Rufuse Sewella. Aby se vám rozhovor lépe poslouchal, nechali jsme ho nadabovat dvorními českými dabéry těchto herců: Martinou Hudečkovou a Lukášem Hlavicou.
Join your host Ryan Perez and guest Rufus Sewell as they discuss Rufus growing up in London's Soho and the impact it had upon him, finding your voice and drama school, dealing with the particularities of being type cast as a villain, Rufus' performance in Tom Stoppard's "Rock and Roll" and the everlasting affect it had on both Ryan and Rufus' career. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The absolute legend and quite possibly the hottest man on the show this week, Rufus Sewell allows Tom into his amazon account. The conversation that follows touches upon all the important topics in life. Being taught how to drive by a Hollywood star, nearly killing Albert Finney, and why you should always do Theatre In Education. @toasterpod on twitter and Insta. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 77: Rufus Sewell on the universe, life and The Pale Horse
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Sound the charisma klaxon! It's Rufus Sewell on the podcast! The beloved thespian proves refreshingly candid company (my jaw hit the floor at his opening gambit on The Holiday!).He is wonderful in The Pale Horse, which can be seen on BBC One. It is a terrific two-parter and you can find out more about it here. As ever, we are at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.comSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gaby Roslin, Rufus Sewell, Armando Iannucci, Tan France, Alexa Chung
The Best of the Chris Evans Breakfast Show
This week on the show we welcomed friends from the world of film, television, music, and science.Gaby Roslin chats about her BBC Radio 4 Quiz show going on tour.Tan France & Alexa Chung share all about their new fashion competition on Netflix 'Next in Fashion'.Rufus Sewell discusses his upcoming two-part BBC 1 drama 'The Pale Horse'and Armando Iannucci talks about his brand new Sky One space-comedy 'Avenue 5'Plus Louise, Lucy Hawkins, James Smith and BJ Fogg.You can catch Chris and the team live weekdays 6:30am-10am on Virgin Radio UK and on Sundays from 10 am.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast every week to hear the highlights!See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Actor Rufus Sewell is best known as a villain, having struck fear in protagonists’ hearts for over twenty years – with a witty and thoughtful acting style. His current role is one of his biggest, and most challenging – the American Nazi of Amazon Studios’ adaptation of “The Man in the High Castle”. And, of course, Sewell got his start in comedy – and he talks about how his beginnings (and comic precision) still play apart in his work.
Man in the High Castle's Rufus Sewell is my next ex, Jack Ryan vs John Krasinksi, Netflix makes a mistake with The Crown's release date, and Real Housewives of Orange County is down for the count
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Man in the High Castle's Rufus Sewell is going to break your heart. Who's hotter Jack Ryan or John Krasinksi? (And no, they're not the same.) Netflix makes a mistake with The Crown's release date, and we think it's going to be a problem. We're traveling to Deutschland and running back and forth through the Channel Tunnel before we announce that The Real Housewives of Orange County is canceled, but not for political cancel-culture reasons.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/alltheshows)
In this episode we travel from Gotham City to the Emerald one as we cover Joker and Judy, with special guest Rufus our Sewell in the crown.Judy Garland became one of the undisputed icons of the Golden Age of Hollywood. But behind that success was a darker tale, one of innocence exploited. In Rupert Goold’s new biopic, Renée Zellwegger plays Judy in the twilight of her career. Battered but not beaten, financial ruin forces Garland to return to the stage. Setting ‘60s London alight, she reconnects with her love of performance, but old demons resurface.Drawing upon the work of Martin Scorsese – especially The King of Comedy and Taxi Driver – director Todd Philips has delivered a new standalone origin story for the clown with the cracked smile. Joaquin Phoenix plays Arthur Fleck, a clown-for-hire by day, who spends nights as a struggling stand up comic. But when he is pushed too far, Joker is ready to regurgitate Gotham City’s hate.Discussing the films this week are Jake Cunningham, Ella Kemp and Alasdair Bayman.Follow the team on Social Media:@jakehcunningham - Jake@efe_kemp - Ella@alasdairbayman - AlasdairProduced by Jake CunninghamEdited by Mark TowersSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.