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If you've read and loved Little Women, you'd probably enjoy finding out more about the doings of the sisters in the third book in the series, Little Men. Published in 1871, the book's full title was Little Men or Life at Plumfield with Jo's Boys. It followed the success of Little Women in 1868 and Good Wives in 1869, which portrayed the fortunes of the March family. Filled with remarkable, endearing and memorable characters, the books remain as fresh and enjoyable as they were when they firs ...
 
Little Gold Men is the inside story of Hollywood, from awards shows and red-carpet premieres to the hard work and whisper campaigns that get people there. Weekly episodes feature obsessive, expert conversations about the best of television and film, with special guest appearances from stars, creators, and critics. LGM also dives deep into Oscar history, and offers insight into all the other awards that make up Hollywood’s continual dash toward glitz and glory.
 
This Little Light of Mine is an LGBTQ+ tale of terror (growing up as a closeted Gay Christian in the Evangelical church) that led to trauma (cPTSD, religious trauma, spiritual abuse, sexual abuse, addiction) to what I intend to become triumph. Join me on my healing and recovery journey towards mental health, spiritual health and emotional health as I find my voice by sharing what happened in my life as a Queer Christian where I was taught that I was not allowed to love.
 
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First, Rebecca Ford talks to Zoe Kazan about the "nosy questions" she learned to ask to play Jodi Kantor in the journalism drama She Said. Then, David Canfield talks to Hong Chau about her excellent year, with a key role in Darren Aronofsky's The Whale as well as the dark thriller The Menu. Email us at littlegoldmen@vf.com Find Little Gold Men on T…
 
There Are So Many Great Movies in Theaters— Why Aren't More People Seeing Them? A look at the disappointing box office for She Said and some other specialty releases, plus a guide to the title that are worth catching over the long holiday weekend. Plus, Natalie Jarvey joins to break down the Bob Iger shocker at Disney. Email us at littlegoldmen@vf.…
 
Two conversations with people from films that dive deep into family and memory— what could be more perfect for Thanksgiving week? First, David Canfield talks to Paul Dano, who took on the towering challenge of playing Steven Spielberg's father in The Fabelmans. Then Rebeca Ford talks to James Gray, who mined his own childhood for the 1980-set "ghos…
 
One of the final major awards players makes its debut, and may raise more questions than answers. Plus, a look at Wakanda Forever's stellar box office and the arrival of yet another intriguing limited series, Fleishman is in Trouble. Email us at littlegoldmen@vf.com Find Little Gold Men on Twitter: @HWD Follow our hosts: @kateyrich, @rilaws, @becca…
 
First, a flashback to the onstage conversation Richard Lawson had with Ramin Bahrani at the Miami Film Festival, where he premiered his documentary 2nd Chance. Then, Richard speaks with Brian Tyree Henry, who received a Gotham Award nomination for his powerful supporting turn in the intimate drama Causeway. Email us at littlegoldmen@vf.com Find Lit…
 
With Wakanda Forever opening this weekend, the question remains if it can repeat Black Panther's series of Oscar feats. And with Top Gun: Maverick and maybe Avatar: The Way of Water also in the hunt, will the Oscars be ready to fully embrace blockbusters? That, plus a conversation with Hollywood: An Oral History co-author Sam Wasson. E-mail us at l…
 
Given the chance to pitch three story ideas to Pixar to make her feature directing debut, Domee Shi wound up pursuing the most personal— the story of a Chinese-Canadian girl going through puberty in especially wild fashion. Rebecca Ford talks to the director of Turning Red about the Easter eggs from her own childhood she included in the movie, and …
 
A look at the potential for everything from Ticket to Paradise to Lyle Lyle Crocodile becoming Globes contenders. Plus, discussion of The Wonder and Causeway, and a conversation with John Koblin and Felix Gillette, authors of the new HBO history It's Not TV: The Spectacular Rise, Revolution, and Future of HBO. NEW! E-mail us at littlegoldmen@vf.com…
 
Michelle Yeoh's entire 40-year career— yes, even the failures— were a "long rehearsal" for the ambitious sci-fi epic. Rebecca Ford talks to the Hollywood and Hong Kong icon about how she pushed herself making Everything Everywhere All at Once, and where she wants to go next. Find Little Gold Men on Twitter: @HWD Follow our hosts: @kateyrich, @rilaw…
 
From audience award winners like Tár and Devotion to the big movie that is conspicuously absent (hello, Fabelmans!), October is the month to find out which awards hopefuls can truly sustain their momentum. Plus, a look at the recent allegations about Sacheen Littlefeather, and discussion of Armageddon Time and the upcoming season of The White Lotus…
 
Interview: Sigourney Weaver (Call Jane) and Sheila McCarthy (Women Talking) Even decades into her thrilling career, Sigourney Weaver has an especially exciting fall, with the pre-Roe v. Wade abortion drama Call Jane coming to theaters now, and Avatar: The Way of Water on the horizon. She talks to David Canfield about all of it. Then Katey Rich catc…
 
Brought to you by the music critics at Pitchfork, The Pitchfork Review is a show for music fans/obsessives who can’t wait to talk about the latest releases. Hosted by Pitchfork editor-in-chief Puja Patel, this podcast pulls back the curtain on our reviews and scores, dives deep into new music, and gives an expert guide to what's exciting, what’s gr…
 
With a shaky best actor lineup, ten best picture spots to fill, and some mysteries left on the horizon, nearly everyone is plausibly an underdog— but the Little Gold Men crew have their eye on a few in particular. Plus, a look at new releases The Banshees of Inisherin, The Good Nurse, and Aftersun. Find Little Gold Men on Twitter: @HWD Follow our h…
 
First, David Canfield speaks to Barry Keoghan, who has built a reputation for sinister characters but transforms into well-meaning sweetheart Dominic in Martin McDonagh's The Banshees of Inisherin. Then, Rebecca Ford talks to Ruben Ostlund, the director of the wild Palme d'Or winner Triangle of Sadness, which is more inspired by his real life than …
 
With regional festivals and special screenings in full effect, films like Everything Everywhere All at Once and Women Talking may find themselves with a distinct advantage: their casts seem to really, genuinely love spending time together. Plus, a look at the New York Film Festival premieres of She Said and The Inspection and deep dives on the endl…
 
Fresh of some of the best reviews of his career in Uncut Gems, Sandler earned raves again in the energetic, heart-on-its-sleeve sports drama Hustle, which premiered on Netflix earlier this year. On this week’s podcast he gets candid about finding projects that scare him, getting back on the road to do standup, and what he likes in modern comedy eve…
 
TAR premiered at the New York Film Festival this week to yet another set of raves, but Cate Blanchett's competition in best actress continues coming in hot. She's still the one to beat, but how much of a challenge will that third Oscar actually be? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
The iconic actress gives her first interview since entering the Oscar race— surprisingly!— with the Searchlight Pictures film that never played in U.S. theaters. But she's got much more than awards on her mind in this wide-ranging conversation. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcas…
 
Now that Michelle Williams is going lead, the supporting actress is suddenly the most exciting Oscar race. Plus, a look ahead at the New York Flim Festival, the release of Bros and re-release of Avatar, and some intriguing rumors about how Apple might crash into the season. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. Learn more about your ad choic…
 
Two of the breakout hits from the Toronto International Film Festival are now ready to dominate theaters. First, Rebecca Ford talks to Thuso Mbedu about her incredibly challenging debut film role in The Woman King, and how Viola Davis led the cast with not just strength, but humor. Then David Canfield talks to Billy Eichner about the long journey t…
 
With the Globes now officially back on TV, which movie campaigns will benefit most? Plus, a look at a busy weekend of Oscar and film festival events, The Woman King's box office success, and what happens now that The Fabelmans is the presumed best picture frontrunner—and how long that might last. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a t…
 
After some deliberate time away from the spotlight, and then some pandemic delays, Dunham has two films out this year— and the latest, Catherine Called Birdy, is the YA book adaptation she's wanted to make for a decade, but only really could have made now. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastc…
 
Which movies will actually play well Stateside? Which Oscar campaigns may already be over? Richard Lawson and David Canfield report back with everything they saw at the Toronto International Film Festival. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Sheryl Lee Ralph's victory was an all-time highlight, but was the rest of the show up to her level? And how did she and the other winners celebrate once the cameras were off? Katey Rich, David Canfield, and Rebecca Ford break down the 2022 Emmys. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com…
 
Forget the timed standing ovations and the spitting conspiracy theories— what really matters after the Venice and Telluride Film Festivals? Richard Lawson, Rebecca Ford, and David Canfield are here to report back, and look ahead to the Toronto International Film Festival, too. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this ep…
 
From Cate Blanchett as a menacing conductor to whatever Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu has in store with Bardo, there's a whole lot of movies to keep track of— and an entire Oscar race that will have taken shape by the time this weekend is over. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Lea…
 
Playing a serial killer after a career as nice guys, Gleeson stretched himself for the FX series opposite Steve Carell— but also felt compelled to do something beyond your typical criminal mastermind. The Irish actor talks to David Canfield about what he's looking for at this point in his career, and figuring out what he had in common with a killer…
 
A look at the latest news from the Spirits, the Academy, the Toronto Film Festival, and more, plus a special appearance from Vanity Fair's Natalie Jarvey to dive into the internal drama at HBO Max, and why people care so much about it in the first place. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastcho…
 
After 15 years of failed attempts, Noah Baumbach will be the one to bring Don Delillo's landmark 1985 novel to the big screen. So what to expect? Katey Rich, Rebecca Ford, and HIllary Busis dive into the social satire that inspired a thousand imitators, but remains surprisingly effective— and darkly funny. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtex…
 
Soon to be a feature film starring Timothee Chalamet, Bones & All had the potential to be the cannibal version of Twilight... even if that's not exactly what the book is at all. Also discussed on this week's episode: new developments from the New York and Toronto film festivals, the rumored comeback of the Golden Globes, and how Better Call Saul mi…
 
Rebecca Ford and David Canfield catch up with two actresses who had breakout moments on television this year— and wildly different paths to this year’s Emmys. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Vanity Fair's editor-in-chief Radhika Jones joins for a discussion of the book about the landmark Harvey Weinstein investigation, and what kind of soul-searching the movie adaptation might spark in Hollywood. Plus a look at this year's Emmy host, a new Academy president, and what a Harry Styles Oscar campaign might look like. Sign up to receive tex…
 
The Emmy nominee claims he saw the role of Richard Sackler as a great opportunity that happened to come his way— but after building a career of scene-stealing acclaimed work, it's hard to believe anything as good as Michael Stuhlbarg's work happens by accident. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, please fo…
 
Among the many huge titles announced for the Toronto Film Festival last week was Women Talking, Sarah Polley's adaptation of the 2018 novel. To kick off our August book club series we discuss the novel and what the adaptation might look like, in addition to taking an even closer look at the fall festival lineups. Sign up to receive texts from us at…
 
He'll be the first to credit the writers of Succession for Roman Roy and every other irresistibly terrible member of that family— but over three seasons of the HBO drama series, Culkin has also been able to make the character his own. Here he talks to Rebecca Ford about returning to shoot season four, why Succession made him want to stick with acti…
 
Festival season is almost upon us! Which means lineup announcements. Richard, Rebecca, and David look at the big titles headed to Venice next month and dig into the ever-developing news from Toronto. Later in the episode, the team wonders whether Angela Bassett might be an Oscar contender for Wakanda Forever and debates the merits of the new releas…
 
David Canfield speaks with Dale Dickey, the consummate character actor best known for stealing scenes in Breaking Bad and Winter’s Bone, about a lifetime of making the most of small parts—leading to her brilliant first leading role, in the romantic indie A Love Song. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, ple…
 
With Top Gun: Maverick reigning as the undisputed box office champ of the summer, could a best actor Oscar for Tom Cruise actually happen? Plus, a look at the TIFF lineup, other possibilities for festival season, and a burning Emmy question. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Lear…
 
A conversation with the creator and star of ABC's breakout hit comedy, who says the show's success has allowed her and the entire team "to believe in ourselves." For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesDi Conde Nast & Vanity Fair
 
David Canfield talks to the star of the summery escapist comedy, who says making something light and frothy isn't necessarily easier than a dark Mike Leigh drama. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Succession and Ted Lasso reign supreme, Abbott Elementary and Yellowjackets have freshman surges, and the voters really, really love The White Lotus. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Erin Vanderhoof joins Katey and David for a conversation about Bethan Roberts's novel about an unconventional relationship in 1950s Britain between a woman, her policeman husband, and his museum curator lover. The book has been adapted as a film starring Emma Corrin, David Downs, and Harry Styles as the policeman in the middle of the love triangle.…
 
A conversation with the actor and creator of the sneaker-wearing shell who was a 2010 viral sensation, but might be even more resonant today. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
A look back at 2017's historic best picture winner, and how it still manages to surprise. Plus a discussion of the new class of Academy members and the ongoing drama behind the scenes at the Golden Globes. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
A conversation with the star of the Apple TV+ series, who describes herself as “an actress of a thousand questions.” Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesDi Conde Nast & Vanity Fair
 
A look back at the breakthrough 2011 film by Dee Rees, who had a huge Oscar hit a few years later with Mudbound but somehow escaped their attention the first time around. Plus a discussion of this year’s honorary Oscar winners, final Emmy voting discussion, and a look at the new Father of the Bride remake. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtex…
 
Three conversations with giants in their respective fields. Carmichael discusses the seismic impact of his comedy special Rothaniel and how he’s spending Pride month; Waititi explains why Our Flag Means Death rekindled his love of acting, and what he hopes comes next in season 2; and Howard discusses his pivot into documentary filmmaking— and how h…
 
A look back at the movie that earned Joan Cusack one of history's rare comedic Oscar nominations. Plus analysis of the Tony Awards and a discussion about Good Luck to You Leo Grande, which could have gotten Emma Thompson an Oscar nomination if it had actually played in theaters. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn more …
 
This episode was made in collaboration with Paramount+. Hosts Joe Reid and LaToya Ferguson discuss the ten-episode limited series The Offer, about the making of The Godfather, and Joe speaks with star Matthew Goode about his performance as legendary Paramount executive Robert Evans. For a transcript of this episode, please follow this link. Learn m…
 
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