I Like Films is a new podcast from Jonathan Ross, who unsurprisingly, turns out to really like films.
He likes talking about films, talking to the people who make films, and of course, watching films.
Listen as Jonathan meets the movers and shakers at the forefront of the cinematic world, hearing all about their latest releases, and what life is like in the motion picture industry.
Jonathan talks to the marvellously entertaining comedian Simon Amstell - still perhaps best known for hosting Never Mind The Buzzcocks, and creating Grandma’s House. Soon to be best known for his tremendous films. They chat about his latest movie Benjamin. And lots of other stuff.
This week Jonathan talks with Jordan Peele, Writer /Director of the amazing Get Out. They discuss his latest movie, Us, and Jordan’s new job as host of the Twilight Zone.
Jonathan chats to Irish novelist and screenwriter Roddy Doyle ( The Commitments ) about his new movie Rosie. They also talk about film actors on stage, what music to listen to when writing and why he finds The Matrix unwatchable.
Jonathan chats with Writer, Comedian, Actor and now Director, Stephen Merchant. They start with his hit movie Fighting with My family, which inevitably leads to wrestling, whether or not Stanley Kubrick is over-rated and working with The Rock. Enjoy!
Jonathan chats to Chiwetel Ejiofor ( Dirty Pretty Things, 12 Years A Slave, Dr Strange, Serenity) about his work in those movies and his directorial debut; The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. Also covered - why Chiwetel loves Jaws but hates horror films!
Jonathan catches up with Joe Cornish, director of the massively under-rated ‘Attack the Block’ about his latest movie, ‘The Kid Who Would Be King, his unfilmed Antman project with Edgar Wright, how it feels to get up early after a life-time of getting up late and their mutual love for both Bob ‘Bobo’ Hoskins and Sylvester ‘Sly’ Stallone.
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Jonathan Ross is one of the greatest pop culture critics to ever live. I'm really excited to hear what comes next!