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02.03.2016
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Josh Brolin is easily one of my favorite actors working today. He is an incredible talent, and he continues to take on very interesting roles. In his latest, HAIL, CAESAR!, he once again works with The Coen Brothers. It is terrific to see him continue a successful relationship with Ethan and Coen, and frankly, I'd see anything with Brolin involved. It also helps that he is surrounded by an amazing cast that includes Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton and George Clooney.

We recently had the wonderful opportunity to chat with Josh and I can't begin to tell you what a great guy he is. Mr. Brolin is about as real as you can get. There is nothing pretentious or fake about him. Not only can this guy act, but he is kind and very open about his career and his family. And he also talks about his new found recognition thanks to Marvel and Thanos. If you'd like to check out the latest Coen Brothers films - and I'm guessing most of you will - look out for HAIL, CAESAR! opening this Friday!.

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12:08PM on 02/03/2016

Question for you, JimmyO!

JimmyO, when you started with "someone growing up in this business," were you referring to Josh or yourself? Maybe it's just me but I assumed you were going to say you grew up in this business (as a writer/in the media) and that you appreciated his work, something like that. But then Josh corrected you quickly thinking you were referring to him, and you rolled with it to avoid awkwardness (which you did well). That was my interpretation haha. Anyway, just curious. Great interview regardless!
JimmyO, when you started with "someone growing up in this business," were you referring to Josh or yourself? Maybe it's just me but I assumed you were going to say you grew up in this business (as a writer/in the media) and that you appreciated his work, something like that. But then Josh corrected you quickly thinking you were referring to him, and you rolled with it to avoid awkwardness (which you did well). That was my interpretation haha. Anyway, just curious. Great interview regardless!
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3:45PM on 02/03/2016
You know, it's half and half. the question was kind of meant for both, but I was actually really happy with the answer he gave so I went with it. Thanks for the kind words though! Much appreciated!
You know, it's half and half. the question was kind of meant for both, but I was actually really happy with the answer he gave so I went with it. Thanks for the kind words though! Much appreciated!
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1:16AM on 02/03/2016
Don't wanna be a negative Ned but I love this site and all I'm saying is these interviews need some work aesthetically. Good q & a and decent interview overall though.
Don't wanna be a negative Ned but I love this site and all I'm saying is these interviews need some work aesthetically. Good q & a and decent interview overall though.
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10:56AM on 02/03/2016
been saying that for a while now, the interviews that Jimmy does is more about generic questions and trying super hard to be their friend. Theres nothing wrong with it, i just dont watch his interviews anymore cause their boring, and the questions are generic and bland.

been saying that for a while now, the interviews that Jimmy does is more about generic questions and trying super hard to be their friend. Theres nothing wrong with it, i just dont watch his interviews anymore cause their boring, and the questions are generic and bland.

3:47PM on 02/03/2016
No worries IHRTNJ, aesthetically speaking, oftentimes when we have interviews not meant for the camera we have to rely slightly on "guerrilla filmmaking" and make it work. And this scenario you kind of just jump in and do what you can do. Thanks for the comment though.
No worries IHRTNJ, aesthetically speaking, oftentimes when we have interviews not meant for the camera we have to rely slightly on "guerrilla filmmaking" and make it work. And this scenario you kind of just jump in and do what you can do. Thanks for the comment though.
3:53PM on 02/03/2016
And Heero, I appreciate your honesty. If my interviews don't work for you that's totally cool. At least you are smart and don't just watch something you don't like strictly so you can complain about it, aside from this of course. I know when I'm not a fan of something I tend to avoid it as well, instead of complaining about it. Waste of time and energy in my opinion.
And Heero, I appreciate your honesty. If my interviews don't work for you that's totally cool. At least you are smart and don't just watch something you don't like strictly so you can complain about it, aside from this of course. I know when I'm not a fan of something I tend to avoid it as well, instead of complaining about it. Waste of time and energy in my opinion.
12:13AM on 02/03/2016
Can't wait to FINALLY see him in full action mode as Thanos.
Can't wait to FINALLY see him in full action mode as Thanos.
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