Episode: Jurassic World with Lauren Lapkus

I Was There Too Logo
Jurassic World with Lauren Lapkus

Is there a guest as wonderful as Lauren Lapkus? Probably not. Lauren joins Matt to talk about playing Vivian, one of the control room workers dealing with the chaos that unravels in Jurassic World. We hear about how Lauren had to get NASA clearance to shoot her scenes, what it's like to be in a mega-blockbuster, and her experience auditioning for Star Wars Episode 8. As a bonus, Lauren tells us what it was like working alongside Joe Pesci and Don Rickles in a Snickers commercial. Later, Matt shares an exclusive and deep cover interview with a secret guest who also auditioned for Star Wars Episode 8. Plus, Matt answers listener questions in the return of I Was There Q&A!

The Strangely Cruel and Unusual Death in Jurassic World: 


The James Bond Stunt Spectacular That Never Was:


Come see us at the Now Hear This podcast festival: nowhearthisfest.com

This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon and Stamps.com.

I Was There Too
Users who viewed this episode also viewed...

The Frame > Danny Boyle's 'Trainspotting' 2; Cuban Singer Daymé Arocena; WGA issues

Filmmaker Danny Boyle has reunited with the original cast of his 1996 movie "Trainspotting" to find out where those drug-addled young adults are now that they're in full-blown adulthood; Cuban Singer Daymé Arocena releases a new album with a little help from friends in LA; The Writers Guild of America starts contract talks, could it lead to a strike?

The Frame > 'Underground' showrunner Misha Green; Coachella promoter launches new fest

Misha Green, co-creator of the WGN series "Underground," talks about how characters like Harriet Tubman are real-life superheroes and how she's sometimes mistaken for an assistant on set; Goldenvoice—the promoters behind Coachella, Stagecoach and Desert Trip—bring their latest fest to Pasadena, called Arroyo Seco Weekend.

Movie Mania > #8 Steven Spielberg Movies - Movie Mania Podcast

With Bridge of Spies out, and just having past the famous Back to the Future 2 date. We talk about some of the movies of the one, the only, Steven Spielberg.
Comments (0)

Login or Sign up to leave a comment.

Log in
Sign up

Be the first to comment.