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You've seen the excellent, award-winning documentaries and featurettes created by the pop culture fanatics at Shout! Factory. But what you've seen is only a small taste of what was shot! Now, hear the full interviews from some of the people behind your favorite movies and TV series, by tuning into Shout!Takes.
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This week saw the release of Izzy Gets the F Across Town on Blu-ray and DVD. The film stars Mackenzie Davis of Halt & Catch Fire and Carrie Coon from The Leftovers; not to mention Haley Joel Osment, Brandon T. Jackson, Alia Shawkat, Annie Potts, Rob Huebel, LaKeith Stanfield. It's the debut film from self-proclaimed "film school addict" Christian P…
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Michael J. Fox is a legend, both on and off screen. From Family Ties' Alex P. Keaton to Mike Flaherty, New York City’s Deputy Mayor, on ABC’s Spin City, there have been a ton of amazing performances. And let's not forget about the work he's done to find a cure for Parkinson's Disease, through the Michael J. Fox Foundation. This episode features Mic…
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This week, we’re throwing it back to one of our most popular releases: My So-Called Life, the series by Winnie Holzman, Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, starring Claire Danes in her breakout role as Angela Chase; the 15-year old who was head-over-heels in love with the high school’s relatively bad boy, Jordan Catalano; played by Jared Leto. The sh…
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Paul Freeman is probably best known as Rene Belloq, the rival archaeologist to Indiana Jones in search of the lost Ark. But what many are surprised to learn is that he also played none other than the joyously nefarious "Ivan Ooze" in 1995's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie. In this interview, we learn a bit about Paul's acting background and…
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Brian Ward Skypes into Hawaii to discuss the making of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie with its director, Bryan Spicer. Here, Spicer discusses the need to bulk up the suits for the big screen, his desire to be able to see the faces of his actors in their suits, and a whole lot more.
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In addition to being one of the nicest people Brian has ever interviewed, Walter Emanuel Jones played Zack, the original Black Ranger, on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, which premiered 25 years ago this month. To celebrate, we're bringing you his raw interview from the 20th anniversary collection.
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He's the one Ranger that everyone remembers and loves whole-heartedly. While he started out as a villain, Jason David Frank returned to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as the White Ranger and then continued (and came back) long enough to play the Red Ranger and Black Ranger in different incarnations of the series. Now you can listen to him reminisce a…
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We begin our month-long celebration of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers' 25th anniversary by presenting our interview with the original MMPR casting director, Katy Wallin. Learn about the secrets of finding the right team and why a casting director's job often depends on being the actor's biggest supporter during the audition.…
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If you weren’t able to attend last week's San Diego Comic-Con, that’s okay. We here at Shout!Takes have your back! This week on the show, we’re actually going to play our entire annual Shout Factory – Scream Factory panel, which was hosted again by the Digital Bits’ own Bill Hunt!
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In a first for the Shout!Takes podcast, we have a returning guest: Keith David. This time, he discusses the making of John Carpenter's They Live; Carpenter's evolution in directing style between The Thing and They Live; working with Roddy Piper and a whole lot more.
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You may know her as the rhythm guitarist for the mega-popular new wave band The Go-Gos. Or, maybe, as the writer (and star) of her own comic book, Robotika. But we know Jane Wiedlin as the spunky, aerobics-loving martyr, Joan of Arc, in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. By popular demand, we revisit the Super K to bring you the first of our "Histor…
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Last Thursday, it was announced that the prolific and iconic writer Harlan Ellison had passed away at the age of 84. Throughout this life, he wrote nearly two thousand works, including novels, short stories, essays, screenplays, comic books and teleplays—including Star Trek’s “City on the Edge of Forever.” This conversation between Harlan and L.Q. …
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Dennis Quaid has had one amazing career. And the "leading man" portion all began with a small sci-fi/horror film called Dreamscape. Dennis sits down with us to discuss taking on this role; having his own astral projection experience; missing practical effects; working with Hollywood icons, like Christopher Plummer and Max von Sydow; and a whole lot…
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Today, she's the superstar producer of the X-Men franchise, Logan, Deadpool, and FX's Legion; not to mention classic films like Ladyhawke, Dave, Free Willy, and Pretty in Pink. But before she was one of the most powerful people in Hollywood, Lauren Shuler Donner was in charge of producing her very first feature film, Mr. Mom; which starred Michael …
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Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter made for an iconic comedy duo in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. Recently it was announced that they will reprise their roles as Bill S. Preston, Esquire and "Ted" Theodore Logan in a third Bill & Ted movie. In this interview, recorded years after the release of the first two films, you …
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Ann Jillian got her first acting role when she was just ten years old. Since then, she's had a long and varied career, and is best known for her work on the 1980's sitcom, It's a Living. She also left a mark playing a seductress in the classic comedy, Mr. Mom. In this interview, she discusses her experience working on that film.…
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Mel Brooks' name is synonymous with "comedy," but, as it turns out, that's only because movies with his name couldn't be taken seriously, if they were anything but funny. It's a shame, because Brooksfilms turned out some wonderful dramatic fare that Mel wasn't allowed to flaunt publicly, out of fear that they wouldn't do well at the box office. In …
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Before returning to acting, as Amy on The Big Bang Theory, Mayim Bialik sat down with us to discuss the role that first made her a household name: Blossom. In this interview, we learn how she felt about taking direction from her TV dad, her discomfort with the merchandising, and more. Plus, we get a special reunion between Mayim and her on-screen b…
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Hal Holbrook, star of stage and screens of all sizes, gives one of the most powerfully insightful, raw and passionate interviews we've ever presented on Shout!Takes, as he discusses his memorable nine-episode series, The Senator. Decades before Aaron Sorkin's The West Wing, The Senator dramatized the work of an idealistic U.S. politician and introd…
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Hackers is one of those movies that was criticized in the press for being too far-fetched when it was released, but gets criticized now for being too outdated. In this fascinating interview with the film's director, Iain Softley, we hear about working with up-and-comers Jonny Lee Miller and Angelina Jolie, designing a world that's minutes away from…
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This week, we’re bringing you an interview with another iconic figure in television, Norman Lear. We’ve been fortunate enough to do several releases of Lear’s series; All in the Family; Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman; The Jeffersons; Maude; One Day at a Time… And each one used the medium of television and the genre of situation comedy to push very impo…
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Earlier this week, the world lost another legend, Mr. Steven Bochco. Over the years, Shout! Factory has been fortunate enough to have released a number of Bochco titles, including Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law, and, yes, Cop Rock. This week, we decided to remember those classics that helped shape the way we view television today, as we present this i…
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You may not instantly know her name, but Jane Jenkins is a legend of casting in Hollywood. Along with her casting partner, Janet Hirshenson, Jane has helped introduce audiences to some of the faces that we would later recognize as huge stars. This week, we talk to her about casting one of those movies that would go on to produce several household n…
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In a very personal episode, Brian Ward remembers his friend, the late Len Wein; co-creator of such iconic comic book characters as Wolverine, Storm, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Lucius Fox and, of course, Swamp Thing. It's for this interview, for Swamp Thing: The Series, that Brian first met Len in 2007 and the two shared a friendship until Len's passin…
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This week, we’re bringing you a truly, truly, truly outrageous interview with the one and only Samantha Newark, whose voice can be heard as Jerrica Benton and her superstar alter ego, Jem, in Hasbro’s original '80s animated series, Jem and the Holograms.
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As “Stiles,” Jerry Levine was the conniving best friend everyone loved and, quite possibly, the inventor of the snarky t-shirt craze. As “Lewis,” Matt Adler played the conscience of the 1985 Michael J. Fox hit, Teen Wolf. But in 2017, we reunited the two of them to discuss the film’s productions and its legacy over the last three decades.…
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This week saw the fourth season debut of iZombie, but before she was sautéing brains, Rose McIver was kicking butt as Summer Landsdown in Power Rangers RPM. In this episode, the down-to-earth star talked about her character, working on the hit franchise in her native country New Zealand, and the loving Power Rangers fans.…
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Though the other characters didn’t always see it, in Soap and its spinoff sitcom, Benson, his character was always the smartest man in the room. In Aaron Sorkin’s Sports Night, not only was he the smartest man in the room, he also got to be the boss. Of course, we’re talking about the iconic Robert Guillaume, who, sadly, passed away in October of 2…
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In addition to his duties as President of Entertainment at the BET network and producing and directing hit movies and TV shows, Reginald Hudlin became known as one of the foremost writers of Marvel's Black Panther comic book and adapted the first six issues of his run as an animated mini-series. In this episode of Shout!Takes, Brian Ward sits down …
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Everyone remembers the environmental superhero with the magnificent mullet. But there was a huge story behind the creation of that hero and the legacy he's left behind. In this episode, LeVar Burton tells his side of that story; regaling us with tales of playing Kwame, the Planeteer with the power of Earth; the importance of having a hero like this…
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Believe it or not, John Carpenter's The Thing was Keith David's very first film role. Since then, of course, he's become a bit of a Hollywood icon, particularly of genre film, TV and video games. In this interview, Keith talks about the importance of the theatre, performing in The Thing, and his experiences working in a small mining town during the…
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Imagine if everything you thought you knew about modern U.S. history--the Kennedy assassination, bad LCD, the Manson murders--was actually a cover-up of an invasion and ongoing war with aliens. This was the premise of Dark Skies, an NBC series that aired from 1996-97, starring Eric Close and Megan Ward. We sat down to talk with Megan in 2010 for Da…
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Marvel's 2017 TV series, Inhumans, has been met with mixed reviews from critics and fans. But whatever you think about the series, the material on which it was heavily based is brilliant. And we're talking to its writer, Paul Jenkins. When he was asked to write Inhumans, Paul had no idea who the characters were, which he credits with the unique spi…
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With films like This is Spinal Tap, The Princess Bride, A Few Good Men, Stand By Me and The Sure Thing under his belt, Rob Reiner is certainly a filmmaking icon. Here we talk to Rob about one of his absolute best works, the Academy Award-winning thriller Misery. Rob discusses working with Kathy Bates, who took home the Best Actress Oscar for her tu…
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It's a movie that's relevant today, perhaps, more than ever. The Tiger Hunter stars Danny Pudi (Community) as an immigrant in the 1970s, moving to Chicago to find his fortune in order to win the approval of the love of his life's father in India. But it's not simply an immigrant story. In fact, writer-director Lena Kahn didn't set out to make an im…
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If you're a fan of indie cinema, you undoubtedly know Tom DiCillo's 1995 masterpiece, Living in Oblivion; starring Steve Buscemi, Catherine Keener, Dermot Mulroney, James Le Gros and Peter Dinklage in his first onscreen speaking role! In this episode of Shout!Takes, Brian talks to Buscemi and Dinklage, who were both in different places in their car…
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It's our extra special, extra long inaugural episode of Shout!Takes and we're kicking it off with Jeff Goldblum. And you don't get much more "Goldblum" than this interview, recorded for the Blu-ray release of Into the Night, a film by iconic director John Landis; starring Goldblum as Ed Okin, an insomniac who, upon discovering that his wife is unfa…
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Welcome to Shout!Takes: a podcast by Shout! Factory. This is where you'll come to hear the raw interviews you've only previously seen or heard as edited documentaries and featurettes on your favorite releases from Shout! Factory and Scream Factory. Hosted by Brian Ward. Be sure to subscribe, rate and spread the word!…
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