Oscar-winning icon Paul Newman suddenly has a memoir, even though he passed away in 2008. How is that possible? We bring on "The New York Times" culture reporter and bestselling author Dave Itzkoff to discuss the discovery of transcripts that were locked away for decades - and how they were since edited into a brand new autobiography, "The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man." Plus, Dave discusses his 2018 biography, "ROBIN," and the insights he found about the secretly sullen genius behind beloved comedies like "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "Good Morning, Vietnam." They also dive into the fresh start for "Saturday Night Live," Dave's recent interview with James Corden, and "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever." As always, If you have comments, questions, or personal misheard-lyric stories, you can send them to [email protected].
If You're an Old Soul · 55 minutes · 5 months ago
”The New York Times” culture reporter Dave Itzkoff on how Paul Newman could have a new memoir, his Robin Williams biography, interviewing James Corden, SNL’s direction, and Marvel fatigue
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