NEW YORK – MARCH 24, 2020 – Today, AwardsCircuit announced that producer Todd Lieberman (“The Aeronauts” and “Wonder”) and Academy Award nominated screenwriter Virgil Williams (“Mudbound“) will be the next guest stars on the brand new ‘Circuit Breaker: The Extras’ video podcast, following on from the success of the recent Paul Walter Hauser interview.
Lieberman will guest star on Thursday, March 26, at 12:00 pm EST, while Williams will feature on Sunday, March 29, at 12:00 pm EST.
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Lieberman produced his first film in 2003 with Steve Martin’s “Bringing Down the House” and earnt his first Academy Award nomination with the 2010 boxing drama “The Fighter,” starring Christian Bale and directed by David O. Russell.
In recent years, Lieberman has had success with Tom Harper’s balloon epic “The Aeronauts” with Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, as well as “Wonder” starring Jacob Tremblay and based on the New York Times Bestseller. He has a slate of films upcoming in the next couple of years, including the live-action adaptation of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” which is still in early stages.
Williams earnt his first Academy Award nomination with his first written feature film “Mudbound” in 2017, a screenplay that he co-wrote with the film’s immensely talented director Dee Rees.
Before his “Mudbound” success, Williams had an illustrious career in television writing, having penned episodes of the Emmy Award winning shows “24,” “ER,” as well as “The Chicago Code.” Williams has also found himself as a producer, having served as an executive producer on “Criminal Minds,” which he also wrote scripts for over many years.
“Circuit Breaker: The Extras” is released as a podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and all other major podcast releasing platforms. The video recording is streamed LIVE on the AwardsCircuit Media YouTube channel. The stream is LIVE, and listeners and readers can engage by submitting questions LIVE during the episode recording.”
Join us on March 26 for our interview with Todd Lieberman and on March 29 for our talk with Virgil Williams. If you have questions, comments, or fun hashtag games to submit, put it down below in the comments section!
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