88 episodes

Welcome to Is Paul Dano OK? The show where we discuss the numerous artistic endeavours of the actor, director, screenwriter, producer and musician, Paul Franklin Dano.

s05 Greers
s07 Won't You Take Me To... Clancy Brown?
s08 Weisz City
s09 Hiro Worship

Is Paul Dano OK‪?‬ Matt Brothers and Daryl Bär

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

Welcome to Is Paul Dano OK? The show where we discuss the numerous artistic endeavours of the actor, director, screenwriter, producer and musician, Paul Franklin Dano.

s05 Greers
s07 Won't You Take Me To... Clancy Brown?
s08 Weisz City
s09 Hiro Worship

    Bonus 26: Hiro Worship primer

    Bonus 26: Hiro Worship primer

    With Weisz City in the rearview mirror, Matt and Daryl engage in some Hiro Worship as they begin to cover the extensive filmography of actor, singer, and martial artist, Hiroyuki Sanada.
    This season's subject was voted for by the listeners, so a huge thanks to those who took part.
    You can find all season artwork designs (from the ridiculously talented Stephen Trumble) on our Teepublic store. We also have our intro themes and interludes over on Bandcamp. The intro theme was performed by Daryl Bär and produced by Mike Hall.
    Please drop us a Five Star Review us at Apple Podcasts, or a Five Star Rating on Spotify. Find us on Twitter and Instagram (@ispauldanook), and drop us an email at ispauldanook@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 5 min
    The Mummy (with Jess Rolland)

    The Mummy (with Jess Rolland)

    Matt and Daryl return for Is Paul Dano OK? presents: Weisz City where they're covering a season of films from everyone's favourite mummy, Rachel Weisz. Fittingly, episode one is all about the Stephen Sommers' 1999 smash hit, The Mummy, which stars Weisz, Brendan Fraser, John Hannah, Arnold Volsoo, Oded Fehr, and Patricia Velasquez. The guys are joined by the host of the absolutely brilliant, Better Than Bad pocast, Jess Rolland. Check it out!
    You can find all season artwork designs (from the ridiculously talented Stephen Trumble) on our Teepublic store. We also have our intro themes and interludes over on Bandcamp. The intro theme to was performed by Daryl Bär and produced by Mike Hall.
    Please drop us a Five Star Review us at Apple Podcasts, or a Five Star Rating on Spotify. Find us on Twitter and Instagram (@ispauldanook), and drop us an email at ispauldanook@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Constantine (with Nicola Austin)

    Constantine (with Nicola Austin)

    Matt and Daryl are joined by film writer extraordinaire, Nicola Austin to discuss Rachel Weisz's three roles in Francis Lawrence's 2005 comic book adaptation, Constantine. The film stars Keanu Reeves, Gavin Rosdale, Djimon Hounsou, Tilda Swinton, Peter Stormare, Pruitt Taylor Vince, and Rachel Weisz... three times!
    You can find all season artwork designs (from the ridiculously talented Stephen Trumble) on our Teepublic store. We also have our intro themes and interludes over on Bandcamp. The intro theme was performed by Daryl Bär and produced by Mike Hall.
    Please drop us a Five Star Review us at Apple Podcasts, or a Five Star Rating on Spotify. Find us on Twitter and Instagram (@ispauldanook), and drop us an email at ispauldanook@gmail.com
     

    • 1 hr 16 min
    The Whistleblower (with Cassie Hager)

    The Whistleblower (with Cassie Hager)

    For episode three, Matt and Daryl are joined by @themoviemermaid, Cassie Hager to discuss the 2010 film, The Whistleblower.
    You can find all season artwork designs (from the ridiculously talented Stephen Trumble) on our Teepublic store. We also have our intro themes and interludes over on Bandcamp. The intro theme was performed by Daryl Bär and produced by Mike Hall.
    Please drop us a Five Star Review us at Apple Podcasts, or a Five Star Rating on Spotify. Find us on Twitter and Instagram (@ispauldanook), and drop us an email at ispauldanook@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 3 min
    The Fountain (Meg Walters)

    The Fountain (Meg Walters)

    For episode 4 of Weisz City, Matt and Daryl travel through the centuries with culture writer, Meg Walters to discuss Darren Aronofsky's The Fountain (2006). You can find Meg's work here. She's ace.
    You can find all season artwork designs (from the ridiculously talented Stephen Trumble) on our Teepublic store. We also have our intro themes and interludes over on Bandcamp. The intro theme was performed by Daryl Bär and produced by Mike Hall.
    Please drop us a Five Star Review us at Apple Podcasts, or a Five Star Rating on Spotify. Find us on Twitter and Instagram (@ispauldanook), and drop us an email at ispauldanook@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 19 min
    My Cousin Rachel (with Clotilde Chinnici)

    My Cousin Rachel (with Clotilde Chinnici)

    Matt and Daryl return with the second half of Weisz City, kicking off with the 2017 film, My Cousin Rachel. For this episode, the boys were graced with the presence of film and television journalist, Clotilde Chinnici. She's ace. You can find her work over at Screenrant, Live For Films, Little White Lies, Next Best Picture, and a host of other sites.
    Please VOTE for which actor will be covered in the next season of the podcast here.
    You can find all season artwork designs (from the ridiculously talented Stephen Trumble) on our Teepublic store. We also have our intro themes and interludes over on Bandcamp. The intro theme was performed by Daryl Bär and produced by Mike Hall.
    Please drop us a Five Star Review us at Apple Podcasts, or a Five Star Rating on Spotify. Find us on Twitter and Instagram (@ispauldanook), and drop us an email at ispauldanook@gmail.com

    • 1 hr 22 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Lauren_Bris ,

Love it!

This podcast had pointed me to a few hidden gems and amazing episode songs. Really informative and deep dives into some great films and for ones that are a bit rubbish it is still funny to listen to. ‘Won’t you take me to Clancy Brown’ has been in my head for weeks!

JoshyMcsquashy ,

Great idea!

Great idea for a pod that’s executed really well with likeable hosts!

EasyRidersRagingPodcast ,

Where the Wild Things Are

I cannot tell a L.I.E this is a fantastic podcast with Gigantic potential. Seriously, I have been listening to this Knight and Day and it has me feeling like Little Miss Sunshine. A great podcast looking at the career of Paul Dano, who's basically The King of supporting roles. An actor who can portray Love and Mercy, Cowboys and Aliens- hell, he could even play The Girl Next Door. This is a guy whose talent shines like Ruby Sparks. Any of The Newcomers out there should check out this podcast ASAP.

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