On this episode of the Twilight Effect, Ashley and Mel and thrilled to welcome the Aro himself, the legendary, Michael Sheen. Michael shares some great stories from his experience shooting the films - from discussing Aro with his daughter prior to accepting the role, how he brought the villain's insanity to life, and where his wild laugh came from. He also recounts some behind-the-scenes memories like playing paddy cake with Ashley during the fight scene, as well as his surprising answer to who he would like to play if he could be recast. And finally, he and Ashley go head to head with another super fan in Twi-Hard Trivia. Don’t forget to screenshot your review and tag @kastmedia and @ashleygreene to possibly participate in future episodes! This is not an official Twilight rewatch podcast. Follow: @ashleygreene @ohmissmelanie @micahelsheenSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bonus episode: Michael Sheen on class, culture and Britishness
The New Statesman Podcast
Ahead of his guest-edited issue of the New Statesman, the actor and campaigner Michael Sheen speaks to Anoosh Chakelian for a special episode of the New Statesman podcast. Titled "A Dream of Britain", the magazine explores what British identity means in 2022. They discuss why he wanted to tackle the idea of our national story, how widening inequality and the British obsession with class limits diversity in the arts, why he thinks Tony Blair and Jeremy Corbyn have more in common than either might like, and what it means to be a "not-for-profit" actor. The special edition of the New Statesman will be on newsstands on Thursday 24 March and podcast listeners can subscribe now for just £12 for 12 weeks at newstatesman.com/podcastoffer Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 28 - Good Guy Michael Sheen, Fuck Americas Guns and Reddit 101
The Threaders Podcast - What we found on the internet this week
On this episode of The Threaders Podcast.. Good Guy Michael Sheen, Fuck Americas Guns and Reddit 101 Sound good? Lets jump in. Don't forget! All episodes are broken down on the dedicated r/threaders subreddit with source links to everything discussed, including the threads themselves as well as any other material from fun facts and off topic rants. ---------------------------------------- Follow us, Watch Us OR Send us a message! On Twitter - @ TheThreaders Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIRbQ6DBksZ245ozrEgQk_g Reddit - u/Threaders_Grant / u/Threaders_Stephen / u/Threaders_Lewis Website - www.threaderspodcast.com
Hello again. Lorra didn't want to record today but we persevered an, as a result, have a podcast for you. We talk New Years Day and the rush to cook, the lousy weather, Simon's perfect family day with Beatles Lego & Beatles music, going back to school, podcast plans and more.We recommended (click for trailers):Tick Tick Boom: https://bit.ly/3JxAzAOThe Last Train to Christmas: https://bit.ly/3mW395bThe Electrical Life of Louis Wain: https://bit.ly/3EM03a4See you next time!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/husband-wife-sentenced-to-life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#15 Rich has come back from his holiday for this and why wouldn’t he? But will his guest turn up this time? The bad news, if he doesn’t, is that Nish Kumar is ill... there’s no jeopardy here, obviously he turns up or there’d be no podcast. The guest is the fantastic UFOologist Michael Sheen.The pair discuss why the best bit has been missed out of the new War of the Worlds, how Michael would get inside Richard, finding out you’re not in a film when you get to the premiere, the big questions raised by the film Passengers and whether its worth having a robot with no downstairs, a missed Pointless opportunity and an audacious quiz show plan and what motivated Sheen’s decision to reconnect with his childhood home of Port Talbot. It’s funny, interesting with a strong homoerotic charge. Plus they talk about Tron. What more do you want?SUPPORT THE SHOW!Watch our TWITCH CHANNELBecome a badger and see extra content at our WEBSITESee details of the RHLSTP TOUR DATESBuy DVDs and Books from GO FASTER STRIPE Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/rhlstp. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The importance of local news during the pandemic, with Michael Sheen, Jen Williams and Dion Jones
The North in Numbers
In the final episode of the series, host Annie Gouk takes a look at the importance of local journalism and why local news has been so vital during the pandemic in particular.Annie is joined by actor and activist Michael Sheen, Jen Williams, the Politics and Investigations Editor for the Manchester Evening News and Dion Jones, Brand Editor of the North Wales Daily Post.
Actor Michael Sheen is our first of two guests this week on the Andy Jaye Podcast.Micheal joins Andy to talk about a campaign he is fronting called 'A Writing Chance'. He is calling on the media industry to create more opportunities for aspiring writers and journalists from lower-income and underrepresented backgrounds, as he announced a new scheme to support 11 new writers.Andy also reminisces back to a time when he and Michael played a celebrity football match together, albeit with hazy memories of the performance and outcome.Look out for a second podcast this week which will hit your devices from Wednesday with Fern Britton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10 Blatant Paycheck Movie Roles (That Were Awesome) - Al Pacino - Jack & Jill! Michael Sheen - Twilight! Jeremy Irons - Dungeons & Dragons! Alec Guinness - Star Wars?!
194. A Tribute to Michael Sheen: From Wales to Hollywood | Tony Blair, David Frost and Many More
Michael Sheen was born in Newport, Wales, in 1969 and grew up in Baglan, Port Talbot. An early moment that shaped his future was turning down the opportunity to pursue professional football. At 12, Sheen was offered a spot on the Arsenal youth team, but his family wouldn’t relocate from Wales to London. Sheen would later be grateful for this decision, and instead, at 16, he joined the National Youth Theatre of Wales. He credited his influence on acting to his parents’ involvement in amateur theater productions. A BBC article attributes his later training at the internationally-enowned Royal Academy of Dramatic Art for setting him on the path to stardom. For the written version of this article, click here: https://www.hollywoodinsider.com/michael-sheen-tribute-hollywood/ For the video version of this article, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80DyDdbgF4c Written by Drew Alexander Ross Hollywood Insider is a trusted media network, across multiple channels, covering the business, substance and meaningful side of global entertainment/culture and its major players. We strive to present in-depth coverage of the factors affecting and of interest to readers and viewers around the World. By being focused on factual and reliable coverage, rather than rumor, gossip and sensationalism, we are able to present information ignored elsewhere. As such, it continues to be a network for the concerns/observations about cultural, psychological, political, environmental, ecological, social and philanthropic matters from the thousands of personalities who relish the opportunity. In their normal world, except for a privileged few, interviews and profiles are constrained by ‘showbusiness’ only agendas. We will continue to be the network that shows that they have the same serious concerns, interests and views as many of their constituencies.
On this week's episode of That Food Podcast, Stu and Matt cook Michael Sheen's traditional Welsh cawl, look at food in the news this week and investigate the traffic light labelling system you see on food packaging.If you want to cook this week's recipe visit https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/lamb-recipes/michael-sheen-s-traditional-welsh-cawl/Facebook: www.facebook.com/thatfoodpodTwitter: www.twitter.com/thatfoodpodInstagram: www.instagram.com/thatfoodpod