On today's show:
He's All Over The Place
(Starts at 7:45)
Mark Duplass writes, produces, directs and acts for both television and film. He talks with John Horn about juggling his various duties and about his current roles in "The Morning Show," "Bombshell" and "Paddleton."
No Turkeys At The Box Office
(Starts at :45)
John talks with Rebecca Rubin of Variety about her reporting on the Thanksgiving weekend box office: "Studios have long maintained the notion that Hollywood needs existing IP and long-running franchises to entice audiences during the Thanksgiving crush. But in a clear win for fresh content, original movies — including Disney-Fox’s 'Ford v Ferrari' and Sony’s 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' — otherwise dominated box office charts. 'Frozen 2' demonstrates there’s a ravenous appetite for all-audience tentpoles, particularly among ticket buyers with young kids, but there’s still a market for moviegoers looking for something unique and different."
JPEGMAFIA Wants You To Expect The Unexpected
Rapper/producer JPEGMAFIA, also known as Peggy, says his newest record is the “most me album I’ve ever made in my life” and hopes it “disappoints every last one of u.” The 18-track album, called “All My Heroes Are Cornballs,” was narrowed down from 93 songs and follows his 2018 record, “Veteran.” He spoke with KPCC producer Itxy Quintanilla about the making and significance of his music.