The Hats Off Show is a brand-new, weekly podcast focused on sports and entertainment, featuring high-profile celebrities and athletes.
In the fifth episode of The Hats Off Show, we're joined by actor and comedian Nick Swardson. Nick defends his long-time loyalty to Duke basketball, compares his experiences writing versus acting in a major comedy film and tells us about the crazy time he went to karaoke with Dave Matthews and Dan Patrick in Hawaii.
In the fourth episode of The Hats Off Show, we're joined by Twilight star Ashley Greene. Ashley reveals who she wishes she could star alongside in an upcoming movie, shares how it feels to work alongside actors she grew up admiring, tells us what it's like at her house on Sundays during football season and decides who's the greatest female pop star of all-time, Beyonce or Madonna.
In the third episode of The Hats Off Show, we speak with Oscar-nominated director Jason Reitman, best known for Juno, Up in the Air and Thank You for Smoking. Jason tells us if he could travel back in time and shadow any director in any movie who it would be, shares how tempted he has come to making a sports movie and says who he would invest in if actors were treated like stocks.
Michael B Jordan
In the second episode of The Hats Off Show, we talk with Michael B Jordan, best known for his roles in Fruitvale Station, Friday Night Lights and The Wire. Michael explains to us why he would have liked to have been Derek Jeter's childhood friend, tells us how he's preparing for his upcoming role as Apollo Creed's grandson in the new Rocky movie and reveals how David Simon informed him as a 15-year old that he would be killed off The Wire in the first season.
In the inaugural episode of The Hats Off Show, we're joined by Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson. Josh tells us if he would rather hang out with 10,000 Hunger Games male or female fans, explains why he would choose JJ Watt to go into the Hunger Games with him and declares who he would pick first if there was an entertainment draft.