THE BEST Interviews

How Will Smith Became the Fresh Prince

How Will Smith Became the Fresh Prince

Will Smith does an entertaining narration of how he went from being broke to being a TV star with the show The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. It was an equal mix of desperation, connections, and the guts to step up at a moment’s notice.

Charlize Theron vs. Hot Wings

Charlize Theron vs. Hot Wings

(PG-13: Language) “Breathing hurts.” Atomic Blonde herself Charlize Theron talks about South African cookouts, the rise of streaming and online videos, bizarre reality shows, tabloid culture and more while having her breath taken away by hot wings.

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Ty Burrell vs. Hot Wings

Ty Burrell vs. Hot Wings

(PG-13: Language) “My expectations today are that it’s gonna hurt, and tomorrow is gonna be a disaster.” Ty Burrell, best known as Phil Dunphy in Modern Family, talks about being a firefighter, dealing with rejection as an actor, making the most out of your luck and more.

Michael B. Jordan vs. Hot Wings

Michael B. Jordan vs. Hot Wings

(PG-13: Language) Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan sat down with Hot Ones to talk about making the most out of his cheat days, his go-to convenience store meals when he was a kid, getting fired up during his Friday Night Lights audition and more.

Hannibal Buress vs. Hot Wings

Hannibal Buress vs. Hot Wings

(PG-13: Language) For their 100th episode, Hot Ones scored an interview with comedian and actor Hannibal Buress. As he chows on increasingly spicy wings, he chats about his move back to Chicago, fun times on The Eric André Show, and gives us a little rap freestyle.

Noel Gallagher: Actually Me

Noel Gallagher: Actually Me

(PG-13: Language) Notoriously snarky and egotistical musician Noel Gallagher surfs the internet, checking out social media, comments, and other content about himself and his former Oasis bandmates, and responds in kind in this delightful episode of GQ’s series Actually Me.

Hamill on Star Wars

Hamill on Star Wars

Actor Mark Hamill sat down with British GQ’s Stuart McGurk to share his thoughts on the success of the Star Wars saga, his own collectible obsessions, and his experiences working on Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. He could be in a James Bond flick in that suit.

Jared Leto Is a Nice Guy

Jared Leto Is a Nice Guy

(PG-13: Language) For all of the grief that Jared Leto got for playing the Joker, and the stories of his over-the-top method acting, he seems like a charming and down to earth guy in British GQ’s video, in which he discusses his role in Blade Runner: 2049, and shows off his shaggy look.

Ninja: Banana Pudding

Ninja: Banana Pudding

(PG-13: Language) Die Antwoord’s Ninja isn’t exactly known for his political correctness, but if you can overlook that, his tale of his dealings with Drake and Kanye is too good to pass up. Julien Jourdain de Muzion’s accompanying animation is the cherry on the banana pudding.

Court Jesters

Court Jesters

(PG-13: Language) We previously enjoyed Blank on Blank’s animation of a Bill Murray interview, but this compilation adds interviews from the late Gene Wilder and Robin Williams which provide a glimpse into the minds, hearts, and souls of these comedic greats.

Nick Kroll vs. Hot Wings

Nick Kroll vs. Hot Wings

(PG-13: Language) After being subjected to Hot Ones‘ escalating hot sauce collection, comedian Nick Kroll offers a very useful public service announcement. Along the way, he channels Wally Shawn, and reminisces about his days as a famous basketball player.

Killer Mike Meets George Clinton

Killer Mike Meets George Clinton

(PG-13: Language) Run the Jewels’ Killer Mike managed to score a one-on-one interview with legendary funk musician and producer George Clinton, and hung out in one of his barbershops to chew the fat about hip-hop, doo-wop, haircuts, counterfeit cash, and more.

Bill Murray on Being Obnoxious

Bill Murray on Being Obnoxious

Blank on Blank animates a classic 1988 T.J. English interview with Bill Murray, in which the actor talked about how he turned his ability to annoy into a career, his perspectives on fame and wealth, charming us the whole way with his humor and humility.

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Alfred Hitchcock on Dead Bodies

Alfred Hitchcock on Dead Bodies

Blank on Blank dusted off a classic 1957 interview with the late, great master of psychological horror, animating Hitch’s pontification on fear, suspense, and death, and maintaining a sense of humor about all of it.

Francis Ford Coppola on Solitude

Francis Ford Coppola on Solitude

Blank on Blank animates R.H. Greene’s 1996 interview with the directing great, in which he discusses his perspective on life and death, how his own life influenced his filmmaking, both in intentional and unintentional ways.

Kidman Blows Fallon’s Mind 2

Kidman Blows Fallon’s Mind 2

It’s hard to top one of the greatest late night show interviews of all time. So in their latest meeting, Fallon and Kidman chose to parody their awkward conversation. But then things got real again. And then it went peak awkward.

Bobby Lee vs. Hot Wings

Bobby Lee vs. Hot Wings

(PG-13: Language) Hot Ones sat down with comedian Bobby Lee and subjected him to the usual round of pepper-induced torture. He reminisces about Mad TV, explains some of his Instagram pics, talks short shorts, and lets his digestive system speak for itself.

Off Camera: Dave Grohl

Off Camera: Dave Grohl

(PG-13: Language) “Just go play it live. Just play it live.” Foo Fighters’ frontman Dave Grohl spoke to Off Camera’s Sam Jones about Kurt Cobain, embracing mainstream success, his advice to (good) aspiring musicians and more.

Tracy Morgan Speaks

Tracy Morgan Speaks

A year after the tragic crash that seriously injured comedian Tracy Morgan and killed his friend James McNair, Tracy broke his silence on TODAY. An emotionally raw look at a man who usually makes us laugh. Keep strong, Tracy!

Kidman Blows Fallon’s Mind

Kidman Blows Fallon’s Mind

At a recent episode of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon brought up how he first met his guest Nicole Kidman. But the actress’ version of the story stunned the host. Dammit Rick! A heads up would’ve been nice!

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Hitchcock’s Happiness

Hitchcock’s Happiness

Alfred Hitchcock may have been the master of psychological horror, but he had an amazing perspective on the world and life in general. Take this snippet of Hitch to heart, and try to live by it.

Harrison Ford On Star Wars

Harrison Ford On Star Wars

NBC 5 reporter Bobbie Wygant’s 1977 interview of Harrison Ford for his breakout role as Han Solo in Star Wars. Ford says that to him, Star Wars is “finally about people, not finally about science.”

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