Kate Winslet on the 'Mare of Easttown' Finale and Becoming the Titular Mare | Bonus Episode
For the second time, Chris and Andy are joined by Kate Winslet to talk about the 'Mare of Easttown' finale reveal, what it meant to her to embody Mare, and acting with an ensemble cast.Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy GreenwaldGuest: Kate WinsletProducer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Gaby chats and giggles with Kate Winslet CBE. They chat all about her new TV series called ‘Mare of Easttown’ which has received rave reviews and is available to watch on Sky Atlantic and the Streaming Service called ‘NOW’. She talks about knowing she wanted to be an actress at 5 years old, her pet chickens, and some hilariously sweet family stories about words her husband can’t pronounce and her son’s school dinners. Plus, her childhood crush on Guy Pearce, her icon Jodie Foster and the newfound popularity of her film ‘Contagion’ throughout the pandemic. For more information on the sponsor of this episode Symprove visit www.symprove.com or follow-on Instagram on @symproveyourlife. To claim 15% off the 12-week programme use discount code GABY15 at checkout. For new customers only in the UK. Symprove customer care team are available 8-8 to answer any questions or queries, call 01252 413600. Produced by Cameo Productions, music by Beth Macari. Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter @gabyroslin #thatgabyroslinpodcast
Kate Winslet on Becoming ‘Mare of Easttown.’ Plus, ‘Top Chef’ S18E3.
Chris and Andy break down the most recent episode of ‘Top Chef: Portland’ (2:29) before previewing ‘Mare of Easttown,’ which premieres this Sunday (33:13). They are then joined by Kate Winslet, the star of the show, to talk about how she got into character for the role and nailing the Pennsylvania accent (38:27).Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy GreenwaldGuest: Kate Winslet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#137: Kate Winslet Special. Mark talks to the acclaimed actress about the new series 'Mare of Easttown' and her glittering career
Kermode on Film
#137: Kate Winslet Special. Mark talks to the acclaimed actress about the new series 'Mare of Easttown' and her glittering cinematic career from 'Heavenly Creatures' to 'Ammonite'See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kate Winslet on the media bullies, Hollywood’s new sisterhood and her own reckoning with Woody Allen
Next Question with Katie Couric
Twenty-six years ago, Kate Winslet sat down for her first nationally televised, American interview with none other than Katie Couric when she was co-host of the Today Show. Kate was promoting “Sense and Sensibility” and was a nervous wreck. “I was very self-conscious,” she reminisces with Katie. “I remember being physically and just very self conscious in those days.” Katie, who was pregnant at the time, admits to feeling endeared to the 20-year-old star, “It was one of my favorite interviews,” she tells Kate, “I felt very protective of you because you were so young.” In this new, wide sweeping interview, Katie and Kate reunite to talk about her pandemic life, her new murder mystery series on HBO, the delightful audio book she narrated, the upcoming Avatar films, and the toxic business of Hollywood, from Woody to Harvey, and what has and hasn’t changed. Find out more about:“The Weirdies,” an Audible Original written by New York Time Bestseller Michael Buckley and narrated by Kate WinsletMare of Easttown, coming to HBO on April 18, 2021 Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Kate Winslet is all about learning on the job. She never trained to be an actor, she just observed her talented co-stars on set. She used her work in Contagion to prepare herself and her family at the onset of the COVID pandemic. And she learned that global fame wasn’t something she wanted after the success of Titanic. Now, with her new film Ammonite, she learned how to tell a universal love story that does away with heteronormative storytelling. Also, Kate tells Marc about reuniting with James Cameron for the next Avatar movies.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You’re listening to an encore episode of “The View.” The co-hosts will return Monday, January 4th LIVE with an all-new episode!Actress Kate Winslet shares what viewers should understand about her role as British paleontologist Mary Anning in her new movie “Ammonite,” discusses beating Tom Cruise’s underwater record in “Avatar 2,” and responds to a burning question surrounding “Titanic.”In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on Pres. Trump’s silence surrounding violent rhetoric, former Pres. Obama claiming the phrase “Defund the Police” hurts Democrats, and more.
This week we are take a brief detour from the films of Cate Blanchett. Instead we are discussing a current film, out on release now, Ammonite. Plus the career of Kate Winslet and in the latter part of the podcast we discuss a few other queer films out this season. Hosted by Murtada Elfadl with guest queer writer-performer, producer and filmmaker Ren Jender, whose work has appeared in The New York Times, NPR, Slate, Bandcamp and The Village Voice.Produced and Edited by Murtada Elfadl.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/sundayswithcate)
Winslet co-stars in the new film 'Ammonite' as Mary Anning, a 19th-century paleontologist who has an intense love affair with the wife of a geologist, played by Saorise Ronan. We talk about why the role scared her, how playing an epidemiologist in the 2011 film 'Contagion' prepared her for COVID, and how 'Titanic' changed her life. Also, Justin Chang reviews 'Mank,' directed by David Fincher, now on Netflix.
The life and times of the fabulous Kate Winslet, retold through her movie roles. The list of all the movies referenced in the episode, in alphabetical order:A Kid in King Arthur's CourtA Little ChaosA Mother's Courage: Talking Back to AutismAll the King's MenBirds of a FeatherBlackbirdCarnageChristmas Carol: The MovieCollateral BeautyContagionDaisy ChainDeep Sea 3DDivergentEnigmaEternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindFaeriesFinding NeverlandFlushed AwayHamletHeavenly CreaturesHideous KinkyHoly Smoke!IrisJudeLabor DayLittle ChildrenMary and the Witch’s FlowerMovie 43QuillsRevolutionary RoadRomance & CigarettesSense and SensibilitySteve JobsThe Divergent Series: InsurgentThe DressmakerThe Fox and the ChildThe HolidayThe Life of David GaleThe Lost LetterThe Mountain Between UsThe ReaderTitanicTriple 9War GameWonder WheelFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Reeel-Lives-100496091297383Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reeellives/Electric Intro Music by Anoop Hariharan - https://soundcloud.com/anoophariharan/intro-music-creative-commons