Filmmakers Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero join Ben to talk about their new film Best F(r)iends, the legacy of The Room, if The Disaster Artist changed them at all, the difficulties of breaking into Hollywood, and inventing the rebel Hollywood route.
Actor Mark O'Brien joins Ben in the Lyons Den to talk about his work on the new show "City on a Hill", working with Kevin Bacon, his Boston accent, his work in films like "Arrival", and even a little puck!
Actor Greg Kinnear joins Ben to chat about his two new films, "Brian Banks" and "Phil". He talks about working with director Tom Shadyac, using your talent as an actor to shine a light on important issues, the journey of becoming someone else, and the importance of Sundance.
Actress Jessie Buckley is hanging with Ben talking about her new film, "Wild Rose." Plus, how the idea for the film came about, working on the new series "Chernobyl", feeling a little out of place in Hollywood, taking the film to Toronto, and what's coming up!
Director Grant Sputore talks to Ben about his new film, "I Am Mother, the process of getting his first feature made, working with Hillary Swank, getting the script on the blacklist, and his plans for the future now that a film like this has been made. Then he chats with Jaime Maggio about her sports broadcasting career, how she found a unique job, how she keeps work from getting dull, and how to stay on top of your on-camera game.
Friend and Director of Entertainment Marketing for the TAO Group, Deb Fass enters the Lyons den to talk with Ben about the ups and downs of the world of nightlife. Plus, hear some of her big celeb encounters!
Actor David Dastmalchian joins Ben to talk about his new film, "All Creatures Here Below," and the process of both writing the script and starring in it. Plus, working alongside Karen Gillan, the growing recognition he's starting to see, and his unorthodox work history before breaking out as an actor.
Documentarian Dexton Deboree sits down with Ben to talk about his new documentary, "Unbanned: The Legend of the AJ1" and how the Air Jordan completely changed the sneakers game. More than it is a story about an athlete or a sports, it's the story of a shoe that became its own celebrity. Then, comedian Adam Ray joins to talk about his new comedy album, "Read the Room", the NBA, and their media friendship!
Friend of the show and glasses designer Garrett Leight sits down with Ben to talk about his passion for the Lakers and Dodgers as well as his passion for eyewear and how he established himself and dealt with nepotism in his industry.
Ben starts off talking to Elsa Collins about where Kevin Durant is going (or not going), hoops in general, activism, and the importance of getting a democrat in the white house in 2020. Then he talks with fellow Podcasters Jamie Lynn Sigler and Jenna Parris about their new podcast, ,"Mama Said."