Silence on Set
House of Gucci Stars Talk Filming Real Life Story

House of Gucci Stars Talk Filming Real Life Story

November 10, 2021

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Silence on Set podcast sat down with Adam Driver, Jared Leto, and Jeremy Irons to talk about what it was like working together, the reason they got involved in the project, and the importance of those working behind the scenes.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis

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Movie Bio:

House of Gucci is a 2021 American biographical crime drama film directed by Ridley Scott. It is based on the 2001 book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed by Sara Gay Forden. The book is a behind-the-scenes examination of the tumultuous Gucci family legacy—in particular, the marriage of Italian socialite Patrizia Reggiani and Gucci heir Maurizio Gucci—and his subsequent, scandalous murder.

Love Hard Stars: Nina Dobrev and Darren Barnet talk Christmas love and singing,

Love Hard Stars: Nina Dobrev and Darren Barnet talk Christmas love and singing,

November 8, 2021

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Nina Dobrev and Darren Barnet met up with the Silence on Set podcast to talk about their latest movie, Love Hard. Dobrev talked about one scene that made her terrified, while Barnet discussed the importance of love.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis

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Movie Bio:

After meeting her perfect match on a dating app, an L.A. writer learns she's been catfished when she flies 3,000 miles to surprise him for Christmas. 

New Show, The Girl in The Woods stars talk about inclusion, LGBTQIA+ and secrets from season one

New Show, The Girl in The Woods stars talk about inclusion, LGBTQIA+ and secrets from season one

October 30, 2021

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The Girls in The Woods cast discusses the importance of being inclusive of all people no matter their sexual orientation, the mission they begin, and how the three of them need each other to survive. They discuss what fans can expect, why they are so proud, and how the show was inspired by My So Called Life and an Aerosmith music video.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis

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Bio:

Set in the Pacific Northwest, follows Carrie's escape from her mysterious, cult-like colony that guards the world from monsters hidden behind a secret door within the woods.

The Conners Cast Stop By To Talk About Live Shows and the New Season

The Conners Cast Stop By To Talk About Live Shows and the New Season

October 27, 2021

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The Conners cast made time to speak with us about how they are able to do episodes live, what they do to prepare, what fans can expect this season, and how much they love the fans. The cast also made sure to recognize those that relate to their storyline and support for Veterans.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis

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Bio:

The Conners are back and dealing with the pandemic, and life's financial troubles loom over the family. Dan, Jackie, Darlene, Becky and D.J. continue to deal with the current pandemic while navigating breakups and newfound sobriety, all while planning an upcoming wedding.

Rocky Horror Picture Show Star, Barry Bostwick stops by to talk about RHPS and sing

Rocky Horror Picture Show Star, Barry Bostwick stops by to talk about RHPS and sing

October 27, 2021

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Barry Bostwick stopped by Silence on Set podcast to talk about what it's like being a legend, his all time favorite song from Rocky Horror Picture Show, the art he is making, and what he is up to now. We also might have gotten him to sing a little. Enjoy!

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis

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Bio:

Barry Knapp Bostwick (born February 24, 1945) is an American actor and singer. He is best known for portraying Brad Majors in the musical comedy horror film The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) and Mayor Randall Winston in the sitcom Spin City (1996–2002). Bostwick has also had considerable success in musical theatre, winning a Tony Award for his role in The Robber Bridegroom.

Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11

Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11

October 8, 2021

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Silence on Set had the pleasure of meeting the director of Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11 Nick Scown and comedian Scott Thompson to discuss the importance of laughter. How soon was too soon after a terrorist attack? In a fresh look at the events around 9/11, the focus is more on the aftermath and those affected told through the eyes of the Comedian circuit. When would they be able to make us laugh again? How do you tackle it? Enjoy listening to Scown and Thompson discuss why this was so important and tell us funny stories.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis 

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Movie Bio:

It seemed incomprehensible to ever laugh again after September 11. Twenty years on, performers affirm that comedy remains a vital force for healing in the face of tragedy.

TIFF: I‘m Your Man Star Maren Eggert Talks Robots, Ending, and Oscar Buzz

TIFF: I‘m Your Man Star Maren Eggert Talks Robots, Ending, and Oscar Buzz

October 6, 2021

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Maren Eggert sat down with Silence on Set podcast to talk about her new movie being showcased at the Toronto International Film Festival called, I'm Your Man. The content is layered, the film is emotional and futuristic. Eggert talks about her co-star, what it was like film on location, and where she sees the film going.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis 

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Movie Bio:

How would you react if the perfect partner were created for you — designed to respond to your every conscious or unconscious need? For scientist Alma Felser (Maren Eggert), the reaction is instant skepticism. She is reluctant when offered a job evaluating a new line of humanoid cyborgs to determine what rights they should be granted in society. She believes it takes more than millions of data points collected from the human population to make a human being. But when research funding for her cuneiform studies at Berlin’s Pergamon Museum is dangled, Alma agrees to a three-week trial with Tom (Dan Stevens), an English-accented, rumba-dancing robot who is relentlessly eager to serve one purpose: her happiness.

 

Interview w/ cast of Runt ”See Something, Say Something”

Interview w/ cast of Runt ”See Something, Say Something”

September 29, 2021

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The cast of Runt discusses the importance of stopping bullying, helping others, how much they love Cameron, and the reasons why everyone needs to see this film.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis

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Movie Bio:

Runt follows the life of Cal (Boyce), a teenage boy who experiences troubling incidents that makes him a cold and callous person. Cal is interested in Gabriella (Hildebrand) but is being bullied by her boyfriend, Vic (Knight), and his group of friends. The character devolves into pain, self-destruction, and abuse after being subjected to bullying by his peers in high school. The film also shows the lack of adult intervention which causes Cal to grow up into an individual lacking a moral compass

 

TIFF‘s ”Benediction‘: Jack Lowden & Director Terence Davies talk Siegfried Sassoon

TIFF‘s ”Benediction‘: Jack Lowden & Director Terence Davies talk Siegfried Sassoon

September 26, 2021

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During the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) we covered a variety of films and had the pleasure of interviewing Jack Lowden and director Terence Davies on their new film called Benediction. It tells the story of Siegfried Sassoon and how PTSD, war, poetry, and more affected his life.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis

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Movie Bio:

Writer-director Terence Davies was last at the Festival with the Emily Dickenson biopic A Quiet Passion. A companion to its predecessor, Davies’ latest is a sumptuous portrait of 20th-century English poet Siegfried Sassoon, and the first time the filmmaker has explicitly portrayed love and desire between men.

Benediction’s form is a lyrical stream of consciousness, following associations of memory rather than chronology. Davies crafts Sassoon’s experience of the First World War in layers of heroism (he was decorated for bravery on the Western Front), loss, and unfathomable trauma.

Interview w/ Nine Perfect Strangers star, Michael Shannon

Interview w/ Nine Perfect Strangers star, Michael Shannon

September 24, 2021

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We sat down with Michael Shannon from Nine Perfect Strangers to get his take on the show, why we need to support those who serve, and some insights into his secret future projects.

Hosts: Monica Gleberman and Victoria Dupuis

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Show Bio:

Based on The New York Times best-selling book by author Liane Moriarty, "Nine Perfect Strangers" takes place at a boutique health-and-wellness resort that promises healing and transformation as nine stressed city dwellers try to get on a path to a better way of living. Watching over them during this 10-day retreat is the resort's director, Masha, a woman on a mission to reinvigorate their tired minds and bodies. However, these nine "perfect" strangers have no idea what is about to hit them.

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Michael Shannon's Bio:

Michael Corbett Shannon is an American actor, producer, musician, and theatre director. He has been nominated twice for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his roles in the Sam Mendes period drama Revolutionary Road and the Tom Ford psychological thriller Nocturnal Animals.

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