Kirstian Harloff is the Vice President of Develpment at Collider Video. He also serves as the host of Collider Jedi Council, Commissioner and former team and singles champion of the Movie Trivia Schmoedown and contributor to Collider Movie Talk.
Emmy Raver-Lampman is excellent in Umbrella Academy Season 1, but just wait until you see how much she excels in Season 2. In all honesty, I was floored when I saw Allison’s storyline in Season 2 and how Raver-Lampman makes the absolute most of it. But, when I got the chance to speak to her for Collider Ladies Night and got a clearer sense of her journey from Marymount Manhattan College to Netflix star, her ability to shine more and more like that made so much sense.
We’re talking about a talent who made her Broadway debut before graduating college, starred in a number of national tours, was part of the original ensemble of one of the greatest Broadway musicals of all time, Hamilton, and then seamlessly made the transition to starring in a hit Netflix show. Raver-Lampman is oozing with talent and has proven time and time again, that she’s going to keep taking it to the next level from project to project - or, in the case of Umbrella Academy, from season to season.
The second season of the show picks up right where Season 1 left off, in a sense. Five (Aidan Gallagher) does manage to time travel with all of the Hargreeves siblings to escape Vanya’s (Ellen Page) 2019 apocalypse, but he brings them back to the 1960s and scatters them all throughout a three-year period. So now Allison is all alone in the segregated South. It’s quite the storyline to take on but Raver-Lampman excelled big time with it, turning Umbrella Academy into a highly entertaining series that can also inspire positive change in the process.
Check out Raver-Lampman’s full episode of Collider Ladies Night to hear all about her days of being a rule-breaker in New York City, how she scored her Broadway debut, what it was like being part of the original cast of Hamilton, tackling Allison’s storyline in Season 2 of Umbrella Academy and how she hopes they’ll use the lessons Allison learned in Season 3.
I hope you’re ready for another tour de force performance from Yvonne Strahovski because that’s exactly what she delivers in Stateless which is now available to watch on Netflix. In this edition of Collider Ladies Night, Strahovski looks back on her journey to Hollywood, beginning with her penchant for spoofing commercials as a kid. After making the move to the US, Strahovski would go on to work on Chuck for its five-season run, see Dexter through to its controversial conclusion, and score Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her work in The Handmaid’s Tale, and then some. Now that list of accomplishments grows via Stateless.
Hear all about that and more in this episode of Collider Ladies Night with Yvonne Strahovski!
Today I chat remotely with comedian and host of the Movie Trivia Schmoedown, Kristian Harloff. We talk about Kristian being there the very first time I did stand up, getting passed by Mitzi, the 2002 Comedy Store, Drive-in Shows, Rogan moving to Texas and much more! Check out Kristians Movie Trivia Schmoedown at http://www.youtube.com/theschmoedown This Episode was brought to you by Manscaped. Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code “BERT” at http://Manscaped.com This episode is also brought to you by LMNT. Try the Sample Pack at http://www.drinkLMNT.com/BERT My Brand new stand up special "Hey Big Boy" is streaming right now on Netflix! For all TOUR DATE & MERCH click HERE: http://www.bertbertbert.com Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/bertkreischer Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/BertKreischer Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/bertkreischer Youtube: http://www.Youtube.com/user/Akreischer
Between her performance in Relic and everything she’s accomplished over the course of her career, it’s tough to imagine Emily Mortimer having been an extremely shy kid who feared being called on in class. Over the years, Mortimer has worked with some of the best of the best in the business like Martin Scorsese and Wes Craven, she wrote and starred in her own show with good friend Dolly Wells, and now she’s part of the powerhouse ensemble in the phenomenal IFC Midnight release, Relic.
Hear all about her experience shedding her shyness, the career-changing pep talk she got from husband Alessandro Nivola, working on Scream 3 with Wes Craven, working with Martin Scorsese and so much more in this edition of Collider Ladies Night!