From the Ill Manors of North East London to blockbuster movies in Hollywood, this week's guest is none other than the actor, rapper, writer, director and freelance martial arts enthusiast - Ed Skrein!Book and TV recommendations include:Shogun - James Clavell,Black & British - David Olusoga,Sapiens - Yuval Noah Harari,Anthony Bourdain, Parts Unknown,The Chef Show (with Jon Favreau),The Crown,The Sopranos.Please remember to like and subscribe and hit us up on email@example.com with any questions or comments. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitch: thechattinshitpodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This Veteran's Day sees the release of Midway, Roland Emmerich's action-packed recounting of the Pacific front in WWII, starting from the attack on Pearl Harbor and building to the titular offensive that turned the tide in America's favor. We're not short of films depicting the Greatest Generation, but Midway does its level best to offer up a snapshot of the many figures involved in one of WWII's most pivotal battles. Central to the ensemble are Navy pilots and Pacific War heroes Richard "Dick" Best (Ed Skrein, Alita: Battle Angel, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil) and his best friend Clarence Earle Dickinson (Luke Kleintank, The Man in the High Castle, The Goldfinch), who evince the high-flying derring-do of Emmerich's battle-hardened cast. I sat down with Skrein and Kleintank to discuss the responsibility that comes with honoring the sacrifices of America's Greatest Generation, the intense research that goes into playing such mythic real-life figures, and how much gum Skrein had to chew on set as his hotshot pilot. (More of a Comment, Really… is a proud member of the Chicago Podcast Coop. Thanks to Backblaze for sponsoring this episode!)
Breaking Through Imposter Syndrome & Hollywood with Actor Ed Skrein | Ryan Nile Show
For The Creators Podcast
Ed Skrein is a British actor who stars in the new movie Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and Midway. Ed has also starred in If Beale Street Could Talk, Deadpool, Alita: Battle Angel, Ill Manors and more. It was an absolute pleasure to explore ed's incredible breakthrough story and understand what has gone into his career over the last decade. Enjoy!Maleficent: Mistress of Evil is out NOWMidway is out 8 November 2019 (UK) PODCAST:🎬 SUBSCRIBE and WATCH on YouTube: https://youtu.be/kJNvzoOL8nc🎧 SUBSCRIBE on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast...🎙 SUBSCRIBE on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5eCfe0h... 🤝CONNECT:http://twitter.com/RyanNilehttp://instagram.com/ryan.nile.showhttp://facebook.com/RyanNileShowhttp://instagram.com/edskreinhttp://twitter.com/edskrein 🌍WEBSITE:http://nile.showSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/for-the-creators-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Breaking Through Imposter Syndrome & Hollywood with Actor Ed Skrein
Ryan Nile Show
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Welcome back to the F24 Podcast, my name is David every couple weeks I go and sit with a creative either at my studio on theirs to chat about their lives and interactions with London Culture and Creativity. This is the 50th Episode! yes.. I’ve done 50 of these recordings.. I’ve been building an archive on the culture coming out of our city and country, getting stories from people’s experiences, thoughts and adventures and what a journey we’ve been on. I’ll be eternally grateful for everyone’s honesty and frankness about their experiences, the graffiti writer in me has fully geeked out on some of the insight we’ve been given and the wonderer in me gets to know why and how they became them. So happy I made this project come to life, it’s made me think about the other things I’ve made happen over the years, I got to say I’m proud.. Because at times like all of us I aint got a clue what where or when, thinking about what’s next, how so sort that.. we get bogged down and before you know it one problem becomes two. But a couple hours later, I’ve looked back at my achievements and they give me the strength to deal with the issue. I’ve done lots, yes, but it’s the all from the first achievement, whether that was sticking up for yourself and fighting, getting some dope tags in your manor, getting them grades in school, these are all things to be built from. I’ve hit some milestones this year, my 39th. Ones I thought were not possible or not going to happen, I did it.. It put a bit of pressure on next year but as I say.. take a minute, look back for sec, see the math and step forward. Step by step.. and you know what it seems like this guy did just that, the achievements he has hit in his life are one of rare occurrence. I’ve known him for nearly 20yrs.. He's been a creative force since I met him and he also mentioned my son in a couple tracks he was on when he rapped which made him invincible to me, another Norf Londoner, Actor Ed Skrien. Ed and I, we chat every so often on the phone, real great in-depth conversations that I truly look forward to and thoroughly enjoy so getting these 2 hours face to face was amazing with my brother was great. It’s been a minute. We get into loads of his history in London and specifically the influence of Camden, his unorthodox introduction to Hip Hop and how that passion grew through school years and his choices over the rest of his education. We chat about the great impact growing up in a multicultural city is like, meeting like-minded people and how Ed put his hand to many creative projects but always stayed himself. I have some great memories of the times him and the crew spent at the shop in Brighton. He’s achieved great things for him and his family and also for the culture has from, it’s been amazing watching his come up, his music, energy on the mic and now acting in major roles around the world.. Big up Ed this is some of his story // enjoy this is F24. Make sure you check the the recording out right till the end.. a dope throwback for you all.
S2E1: Romesh Ranganathan & Ed Skrein [Live at The Phoenix]
Thanks For Trying Podcast
The Thanks For Trying Podcast is BACK! Season 2 baby! Episode 1 stars hip-hop fanatic, globe trotting boss, the funniest man in the country - Romesh Ranganathan, and TFT regular, rent-a-cunt actor, star of Deadpool, Game of Thrones, Transporter - Hollywood heart throb Ed Skrein. Recorded LIVE at The Phoenix, London in front of an audience in March 2018 our intrepid host Corin AKA The Last Skeptik plies his pals with booze, and discusses Hellboy, Rom's super famous Mum, all time rap favourites and the new SEGMENTS section - deciding on what dickheads should go Under The Patio for crimes against society. Hit us up: http://www.twitter.com/thelastskeptik See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
AMP #129 Ed Skrein on Flow State, Power, and Purpose
Aubrey Marcus Podcast
Our favorite Deadpool villain, actor and musician Ed Skrein has worn many personas while staying true to his purpose. With humility and the spirit of a warrior poet, he talks about what it takes to walk into the darkness for a role and then step out of it again. He also shares what made Deadpool so special for him, and what he is fighting for in the entertainment industry.
Episode #10 (Part Two) - Ed Skrein star of Deadpool, GOT, Ill Manors- Top 5 Emotional but Thugged out Hip Hop Records.
Hardcore Listing with Chris & Stu
The boys were very lucky to have an actual Hollywood star travel to The Whiff Inn to have a chat. Already a mate of Scroobs' Ed came well recommended and he didn't disappoint with a list that meant something to him. He didn't go generic with his #thugtears list and Ed spoke with a lot of knowledge and passion about Hip Hop, what it means to him and his obsession with it, even going as so far as firing out the verses he liked the most.Easily one of our favorite guests. This was one of the first podcasts we did so we apologise in advance that its not the audio quality we have now got to, but then thats all part of the story of a little indy podcast!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.