This week’s Backstage, the TV and film podcast from Sky News, features not one, not two, but three megastars of the big and small screen – as well as a look at all of this week’s news and reviews.
Host Claire Gregory is joined, as always, by our Hollywood man in the know Stevie Wong, as well as Sky News arts and entertainment reporter Chris Lockyer.
This week the team look at the I’m A Celebrity final winners, and the rise in popularity of former health secretary Matt Hancock, as well as what is happening at Disney, after its latest film dived at the Thanksgiving box office in the US.
Also – there’s discussion about what is probably the maddest film concept for years – Cocaine Bear, and whether or not Universal Studios is single-handedly saving the cinema.
Universal and Sky are both owned by Comcast.
Warwick Davis chats to Backstage about the highly anticipated series Willow – the sequel show to the 1988 film, as well as Ardal O’Hanlon, who discusses his role in Sky original comedy Rosie Molloy Gives Up Everything.
Plus, Oscar winner Gary Oldman stops by to talk about the second season of Apple TV+ smash Slow Horses.
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Hosts: Claire Gregory, Stevie Wong, and Chris Lockyer
Producer: Chris Lockyer
Editor: Paul Stanworth