Actors On Actors: TV (2024)

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‘Fargo,’ ‘Baby Reindeer’ Stars and More: Here Are the Contenders for Emmys Best Limited Series Performances Featured Video Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF Taron Egerton and Rachel Weisz— Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Jason Segel and Ali Wong — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Natasha Lyonne and Melanie Lynskey— Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Brett Goldstein and Theo James — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Brian Cox and Emily Blunt— Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Pedro Pascal and Steven Yeun — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Elizabeth Olsen and Meghann Fahy — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Jennifer Garner and Sheryl Lee Ralph —Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Kieran Culkin and Claire Danes — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Hayden Christensen and Diego Luna — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Elle Fanning and Jenna Ortega — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Ellen Pompeo and Katherine Heigl — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Jennifer Coolidge and Jeremy Allen White — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Quinta Brunson and Adam Scott — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) Cynthia Nixon and Bowen Yang — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation) More From Our Brands Jon Stewart Calls Out Biden Team’s ‘Blatant Bullsh-t’ After Debate Debacle This 94-Foot Sportfishing Yacht Could Be Yours for a Cool $20 Million Sporticast 360: NFL Teams Make $400M+ Before Tickets,Concessions The Best Loofahs and Body Scrubbers, According to Dermatologists The Umbrella Academy Trailer: The End of the World Approaches in Ultimate Final Season Footage References

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‘Fargo,’ ‘Baby Reindeer’ Stars and More: Here Are the Contenders for Emmys Best Limited Series Performances

Stars from high-profile entries like “Baby Reindeer,” “Fargo,” “True Detective: Night Country” and more are in the running for this year’s Emmy race in best limited series…

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    Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF

    Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

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  • Popular on Variety

    Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF

    Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

    2:30

  • Popular on Variety

    Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF

    Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

    2:30

  • Popular on Variety

    Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF

    Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

    2:30

  • Popular on Variety

    Joaquin Phoenix Thanks Late Brother River in Emotional Speech at TIFF

    Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

    2:30

Actors On Actors: TV

Taron Egerton and Rachel Weisz— Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Jason Segel and Ali Wong — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Natasha Lyonne and Melanie Lynskey— Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Brett Goldstein and Theo James — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Brian Cox and Emily Blunt— Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Pedro Pascal and Steven Yeun — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Elizabeth Olsen and Meghann Fahy — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Jennifer Garner and Sheryl Lee Ralph —Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Kieran Culkin and Claire Danes — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Hayden Christensen and Diego Luna — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Elle Fanning and Jenna Ortega — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Ellen Pompeo and Katherine Heigl — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Jennifer Coolidge and Jeremy Allen White — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Quinta Brunson and Adam Scott — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

Actors On Actors: TV

Cynthia Nixon and Bowen Yang — Actors on Actors (Full Conversation)

Perfection is rarely achieved in movies, but this heaven-sent concert doc hits the sweet spot. Over two days in January 1972, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin — she was 29 at the time — sweeps into the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts in front of a congregation and testifies to God in song. The blessed thing took nearly half a century to come out because director Sydney Pollack failed to sync the image with the sound. Then digital angels stepped in, and glory, glory, hallelujah!

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