Don't be frightened, Bill Skarsgard is anything but scary in this visit to "Happy Sad Confused". The young actor talks about growing up as part of Sweden's famous acting family, his career-changing role as Pennywise, and his new film, "Villains"!
She's kicking ass in a big way in her new film, "Ready or Not", but don't be scared, Samara Weaving is a delight. The up and coming star joins Josh on the show this week to discuss her exploding career, including upcoming films with Keanu Reeves and Daniel Radcliffe.
Talent and good taste. That's really all a great acting career needs. Easier said than done but Kirsten Dunst clearly has both of those skills. From "Interview with the Vampire" to the "Spider-Man" films, Josh and Kirsten talk about it all even as they sweat it out on a steamy day in New York. Kirsten's new series is "On Becoming a God in Central Florida" on Showtime!
Lee Pace, Vol. II
Lee Pace is always a busy guy, constantly jumping from theater to TV to film. Whatever the medium he always makes an impression which is why he's always welcome on "Happy Sad Confused"! On this return visit, Lee talks about his amazing run on Broadway last year in "Angels in America", playing John DeLorean in the new film "Driven", and why he's ready for a comedy.
Virtually from the moment Geena Davis landed on the big screen in "Tootsie", her run was unstoppable -- "Beetlejuice", "The Fly", "Thelma & Louise", "A League of their Own", an Oscar win for "The Accidental Tourist". And then as if out of a bad Hollywood script the roles dried up as soon as she turned 40. On this visit to "Happy Sad Confused", Geena Davis talks about that amazing run as well as her inspiring work in recent years, launching her own institute studying gender inequality in media, acting in new projects like GLOW, and receiving an honorary Oscar very soon. Her new film, "This Changes Everything" is in theaters and on VOD on August 9th.
In "Happy Sad Confused" wird Josh Horowitz nerdig und intim mit den größten Filmstars und Filmemacher auf dem Planeten. Jede Woche hören Sie tiefsinnige Gespräche mit Stars wie Emma Stone und Hugh Jackman zu Woody Allen und Quentin Tarantino.
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