Tony winner Steven Levenson joins Mase & Sue to talk about his new film "Tick,Tick Boom," which he adapted for the screen from Jonathan Larson's stage musical. He won the Tony for writing the book for "Dear Evan Hanson," and they talk about the process of creating the show, the nervousness that went along with showing it to an audience for the first time and why it has been such a phenomenon.
Mase & Sue are joined by country music star Jordan Davis whose new EP includes the hit single "Buy Dirt" featuring Luke Bryan. Jordan talks about the songwriting process, why country music feels more optimistic than standard pop music right now, the touring life including his TikTok exploits and the state of his beloved LSU Tigers football program.
Justine is currently co-starring in the hottest show on television, "Succession." The Juilliard grad plays Willa, the struggling playwright who is "with" Connor (Alan Ruck). Mase and Sue talk with her about whether there is actually a form of love between those two, plus her roles on "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" on Amazon Prime and "Mr. Mercedes" now streaming on Peacock.
Scott Adkins is one of the greatest martial arts/action stars working today. He joins Mase & Sue to talk about his cool new movie "One Shot," including how to choreograph and stage a complicated fight scene. They also talk about his love for the iconic Bruce Lee and he offers a sneak preview of his role in "John Wick 4."
Australian actor Ashley Zukerman joins Mase & Sue to talk about playing literary hero Robert Langdon for Peacock's "The Lost Symbol," based on the Dan Brown novel. They also talk about "Succession" in which Ashley plays political operative Nate who also had an affair with Shiv.
Having starred on shows like "Family Ties," "Men Behaving Badly," "Men in Trees," "Desperate Housewives," and on and on... Justine Bateman has emerged as a brilliant filmmaker. Mase and Sue talk with her about her powerful directorial debut "Violet" which is in theatres now and will be on demand starting November 9.
Entertainment expert Makho Ndlovu joins Mase & Sue for a Fall Preview including a "Ted Lasso" wrap-up, tips for watching "Squid Game," the blockbuster "Dune," the return of "Succession," Will Smith as a Best Actor contender for "King Richard" and Best Picture front-runner "Belfast."
Actor/writer/director John Pollono joins Mase & Sue to talk about his new movie "Small Engine Repair" also starring Jon Bernthal & Shea Whigham. It is flat-out one of the best indie films of 2021. They also talk about the top secret, untitled Hulk Hogan biopic which he has co-written with Scott Silver.
Every once in awhile a show comes along that captures everybody's imagination. From the depths of the pandemic, "Ted Lasso" starring Jason Sudeikis emerged to become a worldwide hit. On this episode, Mase & Sue talk with Kola Bokinni. who plays AFC Richmond team captain Isaac McAdoo, leading a terrific ensemble cast.
Actor Tim Blake Nelson joins Mase & Sue to talk about his new film "Oh Henry." He talks about his love of Westerns and about working with the Coen brothers on films like "O Brother Where Art There" & "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs."