The man behind Freaks and Geeks, Bridesmaids, The Heat and Spy opens up about the stunning campaign to take down the new 2016 all-female reboot of Ghostbusters. He talks about why he chooses to work with funny women and why he wants to push them into starring roles. Feig also takes us on a journey through his groundbreaking tv show Freaks and Geeks that introduced the world to the likes of Seth Rogan, James Franco.
Schlamme discusses Mike Myers, a blowjob and the surprise visit to The White House which changed the course of the career from one of the most prolific directors of our time.
The West Wing, ER, Ally McBeal, Sports Night, Friends, Mad About You, The Americans, Manhattan. If you’ve seen any of these shows then there’s a fairly good chance you’ve seen the work of Thomas Schlamme. He has set the tone for the most influential television programmes of the last two decades. And of course he is the architect of those famed ‘walk and talks’ on The West Wing. So, that’s exactly what we do.
The Feed goes on a steady-cam mounted tour through the making of The West Wing.
Marc Fennell walks with Schlamme and discusses Mike Myers, a blowjob and the surprise visit to The White House which changed the course of the career from one of the most prolific directors of our time.
Here's a web extra: Schlamme explains the network battle behind Sports Night's incongruous laugh track