Michiel Huisman Tells Why “The Haunting of Hill House” Is One of the Scariest Shows You’ll Watch

Michiel Huisman seems to do no wrong when choosing TV roles – he has roles in “Orphan Black”, “Nashville”, “Game of Thrones” and now features in Netflix’s latest hit, “The Haunting of Hill House”.

I caught up with Michiel to find out why this series is one of the scariest on TV, what series fans want to talk to him most about, what he knows about the final season of “Game of Thrones” and what it has been like growing up in this industry.

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“It Was Harrowing to Shoot” – Elizabeth Reaser & Oliver Jackson-Cohen (“The Haunting of Hill House”)

The Netflix show that is freaking everyone out but people can get enough of it, is “The Haunting of Hill House”.

I caught up with two of the stars of the show, Elizabeth Reaser and Oliver Jackson-Cohen to find out why they desperately wanted to be a part of the show; how they got through the “harrowing” shoot; how many jump scares they had when watching the series back; and what lies they have told in an audition to land a part.

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Henry Thomas & Kate Siegel Talk “The Haunting of Hill House”

Henry Thomas and Katie Siegel star in Netflix’s new thriller/drama, “The Haunting of Hill House”.

Henry and Kate spoke to me how this project felt like working with family, why the reason why they choose to act and why ET is the longest ever press tour Henry has been a part of!

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“It’s Less About Risk Taking & More About Not Letting Fear Stop You” – Claire Foy (“FIRST MAN”)

Claire Foy is Janet, Neil Armstrong’s wife, in Damien Chazelle’s latest cinematic masterpiece, “First Man”.

Claire shared with me how she first met Damien and Ryan, why she loved the long shoot days, how she doesn’t let fear guide her and why, as an actress, it’s just as important to live life as it is to be pursuing acting roles. .

“First Man” is in cinemas now.

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Ella Mills – “Everything That Is Wrong With The Conversation We’re Having About Food Is the ‘Guilt Concept’!”

Ella Mills started her blog, “Deliciously Ella” (bak in 2012), as a way to get her through a debilitating physical illness and help her with her mental health.

6 years later and she never expected the success she has had. The blog has turned into cook books, food in supermarket chains, delis and there’s lots more to come.

It was great to chat to Ella about why she is so passionate about healthy eating, how small changes can have a big impact on our health and the environment, and why we need to change the way we talk about food.

Listen to the full chat below

“Deliciously Ella – The Plant Based Cook Book” is out now.

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Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart talk Unforgettable School Moments and Bad Films

Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart star in “Night School”. A comedy about a group of misfits who go back to high school to get their GED. I caught up with Tiffany and Kevin to talk about what made them unforgettable in High School; their work ethic; which countries have denied Tiffany entry; and which of their films never even saw the light of day.

“Night School” is in cinemas now.

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Cate Blanchett and Jack Black Are Indomitable in “The House With A Clock In Its Walls”

Cate Blanchett and Jack Black star in “The House With A Clock In Its Walls”.

I caught up with them to talk about trading jibes, parenting advice, retirement and being indomitable.

“The House With A Clock In Its Walls” is out in Irish cinemas now.

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