Adam McKay
End of an Era
"I knew what was coming," the series executive producer said. "And still!"
Ron Howard, Lee Grant, and James Cromwell are among the interviewees for the podcast centered on the deaths of James Dean, Hattie McDaniel, and more Hollywood titans.
"You know who loves crimes that cause immeasurable suffering and destruction? Darth Vader," McKay said of "Love Letter to Exxon."
Perry's heart stopped beating after an overdose, leading him to make the "heartbreaking" decision to leave the Oscar-nominated Adam McKay film.
Swinton was reported to star in the series also hailing from Adam McKay, marking her third collaboration with Bong after "Okja" and "Snowpiercer."
In the video, the Chevron spokesman brags about "releasing greenhouse gasses that are turning the planet into a hellish George Miller film."
Nicholas Hoult, Ralph Fiennes, and Judith Light also star in the film, in theaters November 18.
Mark Ruffalo, Jimmy Kimmel, and Julianne Moore also signed a petition for productions to be better role models for gun safety.
And we thought the smoothies in "Nine Perfect Strangers" were eerie...
"People have said, 'How can you tell the story of the Lakers without the Lakers themselves?' And my answer to that is, 'How could you tell it with them?'"
HBO maintains Adam McKay's "Winning Time" is "not a documentary" amid criticisms of its real-life subjects.
The Adam McKay-produced series has been slammed by former Los Angeles Lakers coach and general manager Jerry West plus Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
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