Episode: Inception and Avatar with Dileep Rao


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Inception and Avatar with Dileep Rao
Actor Dileep Rao has had the pleasure of working with auteur filmmakers Sam Raimi, James Cameron, and Christopher Nolan. Dileep joins Matt this week to talk about playing Yusuf, the dream chemist in Christopher Nolan’s 2010 film Inception and Dr. Patel in James Cameron’s 2009 film Avatar. He also comments on the validity of the Inception fan theories, being able to come to James Cameron with additions to his character, and how working with Sam Raimi on Drag Me to Hell was like working with family. Plus, a discussion on goat castration. Happy New Year!This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon (www.mackweldon.com code: WASTHERE)

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