In "That Scene with Dan Patrick," legendary sports broadcaster Dan Patrick chats with celebrities and filmmakers to break down some of the most iconic scenes from their careers. Listen in as they share their early reactions to the script, details about how the scene actually got made, their response to watching it on screen for the first time, and reflections on the scene's impact -- both personal and cultural. With Dan Patrick’s humor and passion for movies guiding the conversation, listeners enjoy a journey with some of Hollywood’s biggest names through some of the most memorable scenes in TV and movie history. Featured guests include Will Ferrell, Adam Sandler, Lena Waithe, Bryan Cranston, Randall Park, Rosie Perez, David Oyelowo, Ralph Macchio, and David Spade. New episodes release every Tuesday. Hear them first on Amazon Music.
David Oyelowo Walks in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Shoes
David Oyelowo talks to Dan Patrick about the pressures of playing Martin Luther King Jr. onscreen and reveals what John Lewis said to him on the set of "Selma."
Chris Farley Wears David Spade's Little Coat
David Spade and Dan Patrick discuss the iconic film 'Tommy Boy,' what it was like working with Chris Farley, and reveal who actually came up with "Fat Guy in a Little Coat."
Lena Waithe on the Thanksgiving Episode of 'Master of None'
“Master of None” star Lena Waithe talks to Dan Patrick about the award-winning episode ‘Thanksgiving’, and how her own story of coming out informed the episode’s humor and heart.
Sophia Lillis on that Bloody Bathroom in ‘It’
Sophia Lillis sits down with Dan Patrick to discuss the horrors of shooting that bloody bathroom scene in 'It' and what it was like to shoot her first feature film while still in high school.
Randall Park Plays Kim Jong-un
Randall Park talks with Dan Patrick about what it was like playing North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un in "The Interview" (alongside Seth Rogen and James Franco), and their shared love of Michael Jordan... though hopefully the similarities stop there.
Rosie Perez Dances to Public Enemy in 'Do the Right Thing'
Rosie Perez talks to Dan Patrick about the iconic opening dance sequence from 'Do the Right Thing' and her chance encounter with Spike Lee that ended up getting her cast in the film.