A fully loaded UP ALL AFTERNOON awaits you on Wednesday. First, the creative team behind the new Halloween, director David Gordon Green and co-writer Danny McBride, reveal the secrets of their resurrection of Michael Myers. Then, in celebration of the film’s 10th anniversary, Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke shares stories about the development of one of the largest cultural phenomena of the 21st century.
Monday’s UP ALL AFTERNOON begins with a visit from The Rookie star Nathan Fillion to discuss his new show, and then actor Stephen Tobolowsky stops by to spin some tales and plug his new creature feature Strange Nature! Plus the Monday Mixtape and the Last Week in Late Night.
Friday’s eclectic UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes Olympic gold medalist Tara Lipinski to talk about her role on the excellent Jim Carrey-starring Showtime series Kidding! Then stellar actor and Veep star Gary Cole swings by to talk about the new Adult Swim special Harvey Birdman, Attorney General.
Exceptionally funny human Janet Varney stops by Thursday’s UP ALL AFTERNOON to talk about her new series Fortune Rookie and the return of Stan Against Evil! Then Josh Singer, the screenwriter of the hotly anticipated awards season flick First Man, drops by to reveal the process of reconstructing the life of Neil Armstrong!
A fresh week begins on UP ALL AFTERNOON with the usual Monday staples (Monday Mixtape, Last Week in Late Night) plus a visit from YA author Lauren Oliver to discuss her new book Broken Things (in stores now) and her upcoming Amazon pilot Panic!
The Friday edition of UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes Matthew Koma, frontman of the awesome new band Winnetka Bowling League! Plus EW movie critic Leah Greenblatt calls in to give us the scoop on new releases and we’ll run through the UP ALL AFTERNOON Must List!
There’s a new version of Little Women hitting theaters, and star Lea Thompson (Back to the Future, Caroline in the City, Some Kind of Wonderful) will be on UP ALL AFTERNOON to talk about it! Plus EW TV writer Sam Highfill gives us some Fall TV updates and we crack yet another UP ALL AFTERNOON Top 10!
On an extra special edition of UP ALL AFTERNOON, Jimmy Pardo stops by to hang out and play Chart Flashback. Then actress and writer Carol Leifer hangs out for a full hour to discuss her sitcom Alright Already on a queen-sized edition of The Complete History of the WB!
The Monday UP ALL AFTERNOON welcomes writer/director Amma Assante (Belle, A United Kingdom) to discuss her new film Where Hands Touch which is now in theaters. Plus the final preview before tonight’s Emmys and your Monday Mixtape.
The week is almost over, but UP ALL AFTERNOON is just getting warmed up. Thursday's show welcomes in actress Rosemarie DeWitt (Rachel Getting Married, La La Land) to converse about her new movie Arizona. Then musician Anne-Marie stops by to talk about her excellent album Speak Your Mind and her tour with Ed Sheeran!
It's a comedy-centric Tuesday on UP ALL AFTERNOON, featuring comedian and Never Not Funny host Jimmy Pardo plus a visit from comic Brad Wenzel to discuss his new album Sweet Nothings. And the Complete History of the WB continues with a look at the Lawrence family comedy Brotherly Love!
Your week begins on a high note with UP ALL AFTERNOON! First, Guy Pearce (LA Confidential, Memento, Lockout) stops by to discuss his new Netflix series The Innocents. Then Emily Mortimer chats about her role in the upcoming movie The Bookshop. Plus the Monday Mixtape and Last Week in Late Night!
Thursday's UP ALL AFTERNOON checks in with Entertainment Weekly movie writer Piya Sinha-Roy about the Fall Movie Preview. Plus the Soundtrack of My Life focuses on two cornerstones of the nu-metal revolution: Kid Rock's Devil Without a Cause and Korn's Follow the Leader.