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I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
 
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Billy Crystal returns to the podcast! He talks about breaking into stand-up, his first "Tonight Show" appearance in 1975, and maintaining a successful career/life balance. His new movie is called "Here Today" and he co-wrote, directed and co-stars in it with Tiffany Haddish. It's in theaters now! OH and a new "Monsters, Inc." series is on the way t…
 
Astrophysicist Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about science education, the Mars Curiosity Rover, and cross-pollinating your career with different interests. Hakeem also talks about his upcoming memoir, "A QUANTUM LIFE: My Unlikely Journey from the Street to the Stars" out June 15th and the new season of "How the Univer…
 
Kevin Bacon and Chris chat about their love of guitars, practice routines, and how live shows might change as things begin to open back up. Kevin also talks about the audition process, watching dailies as an actor, and how he and his wife Kyra Sedgwick made a movie at home during the pandemic. Check out season 2 of his show "City on a Hill" on Show…
 
Alan Tudyk is back on the podcast! He and Chris talk about the joys of moving, turning 50, collecting vintage science art, and what life in Canada is like. They also riff on Alan's amazing voiceover skills, come up with ideas for his Star Wars U character K-2SO, and discuss his show "Resident Alien", which is on Syfy channel and available to stream…
 
Robert Kirkman is back on the podcast! Right out of the gate there is much talk about 1986's animated classic "The Transformers: The Movie" and how it actually influenced The Walking Dead. On the topic of TWD, Kirkman shares his original (but unused) ending for the comics. Also, whatever happened to waterbeds? They have theories! Robert’s brand new…
 
Lou Diamond Phillips chats with Chris about his cross-country trip last year, his love of directing, his prolific resume, and how quickly his life changed after 1987's "La Bamba". Lou also talks about working simultaneously in TV, film, and theater, and how his love of The Walking Dead lead to directing an episode of Fear The Walking Dead. His new …
 
John Chester (The Biggest Little Farm) talks to Chris about what inspired him and his wife to start a farm, how they turned it into an incredible documentary, and the many life lessons that came from it. Topics range from sustainability and soil science to existentialism and the Circle of Life. Even if farming isn't in your interest wheelhouse ther…
 
Elisabeth Shue is a fantastic guest on the podcast! As someone who has been in some of the most iconic pop culture touchstones (Karate Kid, Back to the Future II & III, Adventures in Babysitting, Leaving Las Vegas, The Boys) there's a lot to talk about. In addition, she is very cool, kind, and open while sharing some great advice for staying ground…
 
Matthew McConaughey is the dang best! In this super fun conversation, MM chats with Chris about learning how to go with the flow, living with technology, self-awareness, his initially quick rise to fame, how he "unbranded" to "rebrand", and maintaining that ever-important work/life balance. His new memoir is entitled "Greenlights", is available now…
 
Writer/Director Chris Columbus (Gremlins, Home Alone, Goonies, Harry Potter) joins Chris and tells some fantastic stories about working on some of your favorite movies! Chris C also talks about how a chance moment with Steven Spielberg launched his career, why infusing heart into a story is vital, and how difficult it can be to connect with one's o…
 
Lin Shaye is back on the podcast! She and Chris talk about keeping up their creativity during the pandemic, what pigeons can teach us about life, the joys and frustrations of gardening, and what she misses most about being on set. They also talk about her legendary career, their love of horror movies and her new film, "The Call", now available on V…
 
Ethan and Elizabeth Finkelstein started the amazing and wildly successful Instagram feed @CheapOldHouses which showcases architectural gem homes under $100,000. It was an offshoot of CircaOldHouses.com, which itself has stunning (albeit more expensive) homes for sale, many of which are historical. Chris was a huge fan of both of these so he invited…
 
Elizabeth Marvel (Fargo, True Grit, new show Helstrom) chats with Chris about embracing technology, what following the Grateful Dead on tour taught her about performing, and what it’s like living on a farm during the pandemic. Elizabeth also talks about her son’s obsession with Stan Lee, venturing into the Marvel universe and her new show Helstrom,…
 
The legendary Alan Arkin (Kominsky Method, Argo, Little Miss Sunshine, Slums of Beverly Hills, Glengarry Glen Ross, The In-Laws, and a million other amazing things) is on the podcast! He and Chris talk about meditation and self-reflection, his early days at Second City, and his new memoir "Out of My Mind", available now wherever books are sold!…
 
The legendary John Cleese is back on the podcast! John and Chris talk about John’s process for writing his new book "Creativity: A Short and Cheerful Guide", how perfectionism roadblocks art, and how to set up an environment that fosters creativity. John also remembers the late Graham Chapman and recounts how they came up with some of their classic…
 
Corey Taylor of Slipknot returns to the podcast! Corey has a new solo album out Oct. 2 called "CMFT" and it provides a jumping-off point for the conversation about growing in new directions while honoring your existing audience, not being afraid to try to things, and being true to yourself. Also Chris pitches Corey the idea of a speed metal musical…
 
Chase Morrill--from your new favorite show Maine Cabin Masters--chats with Chris about life in Maine, how he built a home restoration company with his family and friends that became a show, the process of crafting renovation projects around personal stories, and how he wants to inspire people to build things. MCM is now in its 5th season on The DIY…
 
Erin Moriarty ("The Boys") and Chris have a wonderful discussion about mindfulness, Stoicism, and Eckhart Tolle. Also, some good tips for lighting a room for Zoom calls, staying productive while staying at home, and how to personalize your space without overspending! "The Boys" Season 2 is streaming on Amazon Prime right now with new episodes dropp…
 
John Leguizamo talks about his incredible 30-year career as a comedian and actor, how he was driven to pave his own way because of the underrepresentation of Latinx culture in the entertainment business, and what he learned from working with some of the greatest directors in cinema as he expands his career into directing. His wonderful film Critica…
 
Ron Funches returns to the podcast! He and Chris chat about how having podcasts has made them better listeners, Ron talks about getting married recently and they go deep into the characters on Animal Crossing. They also talk about missing stand up, Ron talks about his show Nice One! on Quibi and his upcoming livestream standup show on September 5th…
 
Bluegrass musician Molly Tuttle chats with Chris about her fantastic hybrid style of banjo/guitar, learning new skills as adults, and embracing who you are. Stick around at the end of the episode for an exclusive live performance just for ID10T listeners from Molly's wonderful new album of covers entitled "...but i'd rather be with you" which is av…
 
Bill Burr returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about video game addiction, home renovation shows, and fatherhood. Bill also reveals the wonderful Disney song he sings to his 3-year-old daughter that she gives him notes on after each performance. Watch him in The King of Staten Island, available now to own on digital, DVD or BluRay!…
 
Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme (Super Troopers, Beerfest) return to the podcast! They talk about trying to get into shape during quarantine, Kevin’s love of salsa dancing and they talk about working on movies vs films. They also talk about coming up with ideas for Tacoma FD, they talk about jokes and bits that don't work and the new season of Taco…
 
This episode takes a deep dive into the world of Entertainment Auctions which have EXPLODED in recent years thanks to the good ol’ Internet. The panel discusses the processes of putting on a massive 2-day pop culture auction from the acquisition of items to “SOLD!”, how being a fan first drives the business, and the preservation and curation of his…
 
Nate Bargatze (comedian) chats with Chris about doing a corporate gig over Zoom recently, Nate talks about things that have inspired bits and they both talk about quitting drinking. They also talk about how comedy has changed since they started, Nate goes over his process of writing jokes and they talk about his new podcast Nateland!…
 
The hilarious Alanna Ubach (Bombshell, Legally Blonde, Brady Bunch Movie) and Chris talk about character acting, audition horror stories, and that magical moment you discover you're pregnant. They also muse about comedy and getting started in the 90s. Enjoy Alanna on "Crossing Swords", now on Hulu, and in the upcoming "Filthy Rich" premiering Sept.…
 
Harvey Guillén (What We Do in the Shadows) chats with Chris about his cool house decor, how he got his role on What We Do in the Shadows and working with Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. Harvey also talks about his career path, getting into producing and directing and he talks about how he brings his personal life into his roles!…
 
Ron Perlman returns to the podcast! He and Chris catch up with each other since the last time he was on the show, Ron talks about how his quarantine has been and talks about having structure benefits his daily schedule. Ron also talks about his upcoming movies Run with the Hunted and The Big Ugly, what they think the future of movie theaters will h…
 
Diallo Riddle (South Side, Sherman's Showcase) chats with Chris about his show Sherman’s Showcase getting picked up for a second season, how he has been dealing with the quarantine and having three young kids. He also talks about getting into comedy while in college, coming up with his shows with his friends and everything that he is currently work…
 
Greg Nicotero and Chris talk about how their lives have been in quarantine, Greg talks about how he was about to shoot Creepshow and Greg talks about how The Walking Dead has changed over the years. They also talk about special effects make up, Greg’s love for movies as a kid and all the cool props Greg has built over the years!…
 
Imogen Poots (Green Room, 28 Weeks Later) chats with Chris about the quarantine rules in London right now, they chat about pangolins and they talk about bands they loves. They also talk about songs that were popular when Imogen was born, what she wants to do when the quarantine is over and her new movie Vivarium, available on VOD and I Know This Mu…
 
Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson chat with Chris about how they are spending their time in quarantine, they talk about both of their impressive careers and how much they love acting. Mary and Ted also talk about their relationship, Ted talks about getting involved in climate activism and Mary talks about her writing process!…
 
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