This week, James is joined by Yahoo Movies editor Meriah Doty to chat about Star Trek Into Darkness.
This week, James is joined by Time Out New York editor David Fear to chat about Soderbergh, Marvel, and more.
This week, James is joined by Jen Yamato to do some cinematic spring cleaning. Listen!
This week on The Lunch, James talks with Fox 26 Houston’s film reviewer and interviewer Jake Hamilton!
James is joined by the Entertainment Weekly Senior Writer and Oscar-watcher Anthony Breznican to talk about Oscar-season madness, intimidating interviews, the tyranny of swag, and more!
This week, James is joined by James Ponsoldt, the director and co-writer of “Smashed,” to talk about his drama about alcoholism and love, starring Aaron Paul and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Anne Thompson, of IndieWire’s Thompson on Hollywood, joins host James Rocchi for a lively discussion of Argo, Cloud Atlas, the sale of Variety and what exactly the Oscars are good for.
This week, James is joined by Rian Johnson, the director of “Looper,” “The Brothers Bloom” and “Brick” to talk time-travel, what he learned from video games, the MPAA, editing, writing, film versus video and lunch at Cafe Stella in Sunset Junction, L.A.
This week, James is in Toronto, joined by Colin Geddes, International Programmer for the Toronto International Film Festival and the man in charge of the Festival’s storied Midnight Madness selection for a discussion of cult films, late-night movie going and the pleasures of a good diner.
This week, James is joined by Ned Ehbar of Metro News to talk about The Avengers after its Labor Day theatrical re-release, talking about what the summer’s biggest movie gets right gets wrong and means in the long run after, yes, Greek food.
Amy Nicholson, Editor-in-Chief of Box Office Magazine, talks about her picks for Fall’s best fun films; including Wreck-It Ralph and Looper. Also, the art and science of the box office.
James is joined by Julia Marchese, director of the upcoming documentary “Out of Print” and Guest Programmer of the New Beverly Cinema. Julia and James talk modern theater going, film vs. digital and why the New Beverly may be L.A.’s best theater.
Film journalist George Roush of ScreenCrush.com joins James Rocchi to talk about two long-standing American cultural traditions: Batman, as seen in “The Dark Knight Rises,” and the oldest original Bob’s Big Boy in America, where the two had lunch before recording.