Brando talks to Chung and comments on her questioning of him. How much more are you going to invade me?
King talks to several actors including Saint about Brando. You felt like he could read your soul.
Belafonte talks to TV 1 about his friendship and experience with Brando Marlon and I grew up together.
Moreno talks about Brando and her relationship with him. He was a very damaged person.
Brando talks about the treatment of Native Americans. We were building a land on the blood and bones of you people.
Brando is interviewed at an International Press Conference in New York with National Indian Youth Council‘s President Mel Thom. I’m amazed with the ignorance I see concerning the Indians.
Brando does a eulogy at the funeral of 17-year-old Black Panther member Bobby Hutton. I’m not going to stand up here and make a speech because you’ve been listening to white people for 400 years.
Stamp talks about working on Superman with Brando. That was just irresistible to be in a film with Marlon Brando.
Caan talks to King on Larry King Now about working with Brando. He was a riot.
Carroll talks about a meeting she had with Brando decades earlier. He gave me a little wack on the rear end.
Cavette talks to Huff Post Live about interviewing Brando back in 1973. That night was the most stunning night of my life.
Brando is interviewed by Chung about how he made great movies in his time. I didn’t make any great movies.
Pinsent talks to Crouse about the rumor of Pinsent encouraging Brando to put cotton in his mouth for The Godfather. More cotton, more cotton. We can still hear you.
Walken is interviewed by Letterman on The David Letterman Show. He wanted to do a musical variety show from his house.
Duvall is interviewed by Travers about working with Brando. He was a character.
Brando is interviewed by King on Larry King Live where he talks about Hollywood. Hollywood is run by Jews, its owned by Jews.
Landau is interviewed by TCM documentary movie Brando about the legendary star. He was theatrical, without being theatrical.
Brando is interviewed by King on Larry King Live where he talks about why he doesn’t like interviews. Primarily because the interest is in money.
Pacino at The Massey Hall Toronto talking about when he first met Brando. I was trying to impress him.
Moreno is interviewed by Bathke where she talks about her first meeting with Brando. I felt heat. I literally felt physical heat.
Brando is interviewed about his dashing good looks. When was the last time you saw me nude?
Brando is interviewed by Cavette on The Dick Cavette Show where he talks about the host, Cavette. I don’t think that I could play the role that you’re playing now.
Brando is interviewed by David Sheehan. He is asked about how he feels about Hollywood’s current state. If you’ve got a message, go to Western Union.
Brando is interviewed by Person to Person. He is asked if he gets home sick away from his Hollywood Hills home. I’m never away from New York long enough to miss it.
Brando is interviewed by Cavette on The Dick Cavette Show. Cavette asks how Brando is doing. I’m kind of weary.
Macfarlane is interviewed by StarTalk Radio. They talk about how he produced Cosmos tv series and how he tried to network with people in science in Hollywood. In the fifties, sixties and seventies there was a national pride that was connected to scientific discovery.
Macfarlane is interviewed by CNN. They talk about his conflict with Jon Stewart and an unexpected phone call that he received from his representatives. The gag that we did on Family Guy was coming from the right place but it was probably so over the line in it’s ruthlessness.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Hollywood TV. They talk about his sabbatical from television and how long it takes him to create an episode of Family Guy. They also talk about what episodes will be coming next. If I lost my voice who would take my place? I would hope John Viner would take my place.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Larry King on Larry King Live. They talk about how he came up with the voice for ‘Stewie’ and how he came up with Quagmire. When I was a kid I was a huge fan of radio shows that keep you in suspense.
MacFarlane is interviewed by MipTv. They talk about which charities he has donated to, the mindset of homeless people and dealing with egos. The homeless just need the simplicity of walking through a door with people on the other side saying ‘This is what you need and we’re gonna help you out.’
Macfarlane and Mark Walberg are interviewed by IGN. They talk about the making of ‘Ted’ and the edgy comedy involved. They also talked about Walberg’s multiple roles in the movie. Walberg comments: I had to a couple of different things. I had to hip hop dance to a Chris Brown song.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Movie Mania. He talks about how he never had a teddy bear as a child and how he gravitated towards whatever the latest toy was that year. The teddy bear is something that we felt was ubiquitous, most people had a teddy bear. I did not.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Fallon on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. They talk about the unique origination of his birth name and also celebrating twelve seasons of ‘The Family Guy’. We get a lot of letters from the military of guys that watch and love the show.
MacFarlane is interviewed and talks about how he came up with ‘Ted’. He talks about the original inspiration for the humor from his upbringing in New England. What the technology does is that it takes fantastical characters and makes them as real as possible.
MacFarlane is interviewed by Energy. They talk about his goal to make his character ‘Ted‘ as human as possible and how he may have a sequel to ‘Ted‘. I had to step away from ‘Family Guy’ for a while to do this movie.
Macfarlane is interviewed by ABC News. They talk about who he admires as the host of the Oscars and if he started doing voiceovers as a child. I’m like Martin Lawrence you never know what’s gonna come out.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Bill Maher. He talks about how he has certain things that can’t use as material on the air with Family Guy. You can’t take the Lord’s name in vain on the network.
Macfarlane is interviewed by The Hollywood Reporter. He talks about actors that he would like to work on The Family Guy and how working on ‘Ted’ gave him a break from animation. You can tell different stories every week and if one of them goes wrong, well there’s always next week.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Access Hollywood. They talk about how many voices that he impersonates for the The Family Guy. He also talks about the unique origination for the character Quagmire. It’s (production) a very intense process that gets easier when it gets cancelled.
Macfarlane is interviewed about his movie A Million Ways to Die. He talks about how the movie is delibertly to show how a nerd would survive in the old west. There are elements of this movie that are little bit like an eighties high school comedy in the way that it’s presented.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Bill Maher. They talk about whether he will be nominated for the Emmys and how politically outspoken may work against winning awards. I don’t know how the Academy works the audience popularity seems to play no role in the Emmys.
Macfarlane is on a panel discussion with the cast of Family Guy. He talks about how the character voices pitches rise with time. If you listen to our voiceovers last year, we are all, I swear to God a lot lower in pitch.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Howard Stern. They talk about whether he was a geek growing up and did he have trouble with women growing up. I had a couple girlfriends. They were sporadic.
Macfarlane interviews Lucas at Industrial Light and Magic. They talk about how Lucas does not feel the need to be aggressively competitive in business and how often Lucas watches his own movies. To be honest with you, I love all the movies I’ve made. I never grown tired of them. Thank goodness for that.
MacFarlane and Charlize Theron are interviewed and they talk about their collaboration on ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West.’ They also talk about their fanbase for Family Guy and Ted. Oddly this thing that we do like ‘Family Guy’ and “Ted’ goes over well, we find in the UK and Ireland.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Conan O`Brien. They talk about his hosting of the Oscars and how people are reacting to him around the world. I met Bill Clinton and he said `I never seen the show but I heard about it. It`s a good show from what I hear.`
Macfarlane is interviewed by Breakfast Television. They talk about his impersonation of Gene Kelly and how long it takes to do an animated cartoon episode. For each episode to be produced it takes nine months. They are all hand drawn.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Nightline. They talk about his multi talented skills in voiceover, production, writing and orchestrating music. Nobody`s forcing you to watch this show. They say is this taste? No it`s terrible taste, that`s what`s funny.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Barbara Walters. They talk about his original film short that was discovered by Fox and launched Family Guy. They also talk about how they try not to offend too many people. They all can`t be in the same place. There is something called tunnage where we keep (offensive) jokes spread apart.
Macfarlane is interviewed by Graham Norton on The Graham Norton Show. They talk about his voice impersonation and what the characters are based in. They (the impersonations) come from various places. I knew a thousand Peters who would not think before they spoke.