Ep. 110: Kathleen Kennedy Misses the Key Takeaway from Solo Movie Falling Short and Shares Which Movie is Next, Ewan McGregor Honors Alec Guinness, Hayden Christensen Says Darth Vader is Conflicted, and Rosario Dawson Says She is in it for the Long Haul
The Force Geeks: A Star Wars Podcast
In episode 110 of The Force Geeks: A Star Wars Podcast, Nate and DailySuperhero.com Founder & Editor-in-Chief Daniel Wolf take a deep dive into the many interviews with Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, Moses Ingram and Obi-Wan Kenobi series Director Deborah Chow from their press junket to learn what Chow thinks the biggest difference is from directing The Mandalorian and this new limited series, along with how McGregor honors Sir Alec Guinness' original performance as Kenobi, how Christensen says Vader is conflicted when we meet him in this new chapter and how badass Ingram's Inquisitor Reva really is.They also dig into the many things Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy shared in her Vanity Fair interview. To put it mildly, the Geeks were a little beside themselves at some of the things said, including blaming the less than stellar performance of Solo: A Star Wars Story on casting. Rosario Dawson lets it be known that she is in for the long haul playing the lead character in the Ahsoka series. Check it all out in this episode of The Force Geeks podcast!
Join us in this episode as Chase covers new Star Wars updates and Alec Guinness tells a kid to not watch Star Wars? Also, we head over to the Rodian Radio VIP lounge to chat with Star Wars star, Richard Stride who played many characters in Attack of the clones and Revenge of the sith! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chase474/support
Did Sir Alec Guinness really tell a little kid to never watch STAR WARS again? It’s a well-known tale from Guinness’s memoir that had us asking many questions. We wanted to find out more so we found the kid! Daniel Henning, now a successful actor/audiobook narrator, joins us In The Cantina for the first-ever interview about his encounter with Sir Alec! The countdown to OBI-WAN KENOBI is on and we have audio highlights from a recent interview with Ewan McGregor. Plus, JEDI: FALLEN ORDER, Dave Grohl, The RFR Rooftop Bash and more!
10 More Actors Who Hate Their Own Movie Performances - Sir Alec Guinness! Jim Carrey! Emma Stone! Zac Efron?!
10 Blatant Paycheck Movie Roles (That Were Awesome) - Al Pacino - Jack & Jill! Michael Sheen - Twilight! Jeremy Irons - Dungeons & Dragons! Alec Guinness - Star Wars?!
Remembering Alec Guinness, born April 2, 1914 and passed away on August 5, 2000
Today In Nerd History
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Full Of Sith: Star Wars News, Discussions and Interviews
Bryan and Holly get together to hear from Alec Guinness in his own words about his experience with Star Wars. There are special appearances from Mark Hamill and Oscar Isaac as well. Enjoy this exploration into the life and career of Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Episode 129: Alec Guinness Botox with Alyce from Force Toast
Star Wars Spelt Out Podcast
In what seems like an eternity we welcome back Alyce from the Force Toast podcast to get into a proper catch up. We get into where the books are at and where The High Republic could go, talk trivia and mucky cinemas and we wonder if Ewan McGregor will need a good sandblasting. Follow us on twitter: @starwarsspelt Follow us on instagram: @starwarsspeltout Drop us a nice email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsgw0WcCmz2UT1tSpZnGmpA Theme music by Cam Chapman: @gullychaps Follow Alyce: @sLeiaAllDay Follow Force Toast: @forcetoastpod Follow Josh Chapman: @chapmanjosh www.starwarsspeltout.com
Alec Guinness, per Jaume Figueras: la tempesta tranquil·la
Inaugurem la quarta temporada de "Memento" amb un convidat de luxe, un savi del cinema. Al llarg de 50 anys, Jaume Figueras ha entrevistat alguns dels mites més grans de la pantalla, però si ha d'escollir el seu actor preferit, en tria un amb qui no va poder conversar: Alec Guinness. Aquesta icona del teatre i el cinema britànics, guanyador d'un Oscar pel seu paper de coronel Nicholson a "El pont del riu Kwai", combinava els papers continguts i aparentment distants amb exhibicions còmiques recolzades en el seu talent extraordinari per a la disfressa. Encara que per a les generacions més joves ha estat sobretot Obi Wan Kenobi, la seva carrera té molts moments gloriosos. A l'apartat d'"Intocables", aprofitant que comença el Festival de Cinema de Sitges, recordem que fa deu anys pel Garraf va passar el pneumàtic assassí i delirant de "Rubber".