Little Gold Men is the inside story of Hollywood, from awards shows and red-carpet premieres to the hard work and whisper campaigns that get people there. Weekly episodes feature obsessive, expert conversations about the best of television and film, with special guest appearances from stars, creators, and critics. LGM also dives deep into Oscar history, and offers insight into all the other awards that make up Hollywood’s continual dash toward glitz and glory.
The Marriage Story and Little Women Star talks to Joanna Robinson onstage at the Mill Valley Film Festival. Plus a look at Parasite’s big debut, the Hamptons Film Festival and Film Fest 919, and the best supporting actor race.
AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan talks about his Emmy-nominated shows, including Killing Eve and Documentary Now! Plus a book club discussion of Joan Didion's The Last Thing He Wanted and a conversation between The Farewell director Lulu Wang and Force Majeure director Ruben Ostlund.
The four-time Oscar nominee talks about her new film After the Wedding, plus the first installment of the Little Gold Men book club, with Vanity Fair's editor-in-chief Radhika Jones joining to discuss Little Women.
It was a great day for Fleabag and Schitt's Creek, an even better one for Game of Thrones, and a tough time to be a network show. Breaking down all of the 2019 Emmy nominees, with special guests Hillary Busis and Sonia Saraiya.
Richard calls from the Croisette with the latest from the Cannes Film Festival, including word on Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. Plus, a conversation between Sonia Saraiya and Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland.
Thrillist's Esther Zuckerman and Vulture's Jackson McHenry join Richard Lawson for a look at the current Broadway season, and Richard interviews To Kill a Mockingbird stars Gideon Glick and Celia Keenan-Bolger.
As Avengers: Endgame wraps up a 22-part franchise—sort of—has the Marvel model really changed everything forever? Plus, guest Griffin Newman lays out his abiding love for the Fast and Furious franchise, including the upcoming Hobbs and Shaw spinoff.
With 20th anniversary tributes to everything from The Matrix to Cruel Intentions popping up online, 1999 is having a moment—but which of these movies will actually stand the test of time? Plus, some discussion of the latest look at Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
With a glut of high-profile shows back on the air, it’s time to talk about the contenders for the biggest prize in television— at least, the contenders who will be inevitable runner-ups to Veep and Game of Thrones.
A discussion of Apple's splashy TV programming launch, a look at some of the most Oscar-friendly trailers to debut in recent weeks, and a discussion of Tim Burton's Dumbo, with special guest David Sims.
Your hosts Katey, Richard, Joanna, and Mike watched all 15 of the Oscar-nominated short films so you don’t have to. But you should anyway! Get some insight into these notoriously hard-to-predict categories and enjoy their last-chance, wild predictions.
All four hosts are re-united at last to discuss the Academy’s controversial plan to cut categories and *Incredibles 2* director Brad Bird swings by to talk animation, musicals, and Oscar snubs through the years.
It's only been a few days since the Golden Globes but the clouds of controversy are gathering around a few Oscar hopefuls. Also your hosts breakdown what the DGA, WGA, and BAFTA nominations mean for your favorites and director Sandi Tan joins to discuss her Netflix documentary Shirkers.
On the day Oscar nominations begin, your hosts break down all the chaos and confusion caused by this year’s unpredictable Golden Globes ceremony. Whose fiery speech may have just won them an Oscar? Tune in to find out.
Black Panther and A Quiet Place were the dominant films of the first half of the year. Nyong'o and Krasinski look back on what made their films so special — and has kept them in the Oscar conversation.
Vanity Fair's executive west coast editor Krista Smith joins for a dispatch from Los Angeles about what's got everyone in the industry talking. Plus, a conversation with Stan & Ollie star Steve Coogan.
Nicole Sperling reports from the Governor's Awards, where Lady Gaga was the most popular kid in the room. Plus a look at Thanksgiving new releases and a conversation with The Favourite director Yorgos Lanthimos.
With First Man disappointing in its wide release, but Star Is Born soaring, does the box office determine Oscar fates? Plus conversations about Mid90s, If Beale Street Could Talk, and Can You Ever Forgive Me, and an interview with Jason Reitman.
The Sisters Brothers star John C. Reilly talks about his sidekick career. Plus, conversations about Fantastic Fest, the New York Film Festival, and the best documentary feature race. You can also now watch our video conversation from the Toronto Film Festival.
Krista Smith joins the crew to discuss the most buzzed-about films of the fall's biggest festival, from a surprisingly entertaining crime caper to the Lady Gaga movie that dominated every conversation.
The director of The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling looks back at his comedy career and influences. Plus, a conversation with Howard's End star Hayley Atwell and a look at the guest actor categories at the Emmys.
The star of the smash drama joins us in studio to talk about how the show has changed her life and career. Plus, conversations about the Tony Awards, Incredibles 2, and one of the most fascinating Emmy races.
Vanity Fair's Sonia Saraiya and Joe Pompeo sit down for a wide-ranging talk about the Showtime docuseries that takes viewers inside The New York Times. But just how intimate is that access, and will non news-junkies even be interested?
With Solo earning positive reviews, could it inspire Lucasfilm to get more adventurous with their spinoffs? Plus, a look at the latest from Cannes, and an interview with Three Tall Women star Glenda Jackson.
The Oscar winner reflects on his Shape of Water with William Friedkin in this exclusive preview of the upcoming episode of The Talkhouse Podcast. Plus, a conversation with Buzzfeed's Alison Willmore about Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs and Hollywood's ongoing problem with Asian representation.
A look at the best picture voting math suggests Christopher Nolan's war epic might just have a chance. Plus, a discussion of the ideal food to serve for an Oscar party, with or without puns. With special guests Daniel Joyaux and Carla Lalli-Music.
Executive Awards Editor Anna Lisa Raya discusses Vanity Fair's second-ever special awards season issue, which contains stories about everything from the surprisingly diverse animated feature category to James Cameron's brush with a wardrobe malfunction the night he won best picture for Titanic.
The Little Gold Men crew gathers to make their final predictions for the Oscar nominations, which includes figuring out just how popular Three Billboards is and debating whether Christopher Nolan really is the Charlie Brown of the Oscars.