Episode: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with Josh Pais


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with Josh Pais
Experience turtle power and celebrate the first and best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film with Raphael himself, actor Josh Pais. Josh talks about going from a kid who would get mugged all the time to a martial arts trained bad ass in East Village, New York City, becoming acclimated to the turtle suit, and fully committing to the emotional moment when Splinter is kidnapped. Josh also tells us about his training institution called Committed Impulse, playing Junior’s lawyer in the Sopranos, and the upcoming biopic I Saw the Light. Plus, Matt shares an exclusive never before released Star Wars scene starring Margaux the Fat Guy as Padmé Naberrie in another edition of I Was There Mew.

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