Podcast: Tom Talks Bond


It's been a long, long year, but here is something sure to cheer us all and distract us for a bit - Tom's appearance on a podcast hosted by Sleepy Hollow creator Phil Iscove will be available on Monday, March 8th. Tom had previously made an appearance on an earlier episode of Phil's show Podcast Like It's 1999, co-hosted by Kenny Neibart, and it was hilarious. That podcast is dedicated to the flurry of excellent (and some not so excellent) films that were released in that year. Tom's take on Cruel Intentions can be found here, and is highly recommended.

Phil and Kenny brought Tom back for this new show, Podcast Like It's 1989 (same idea, different year) - this time for his take on License to Kill, Timothy Dalton's second turn as James Bond. It's available by subscribing to their Patreon - $4.99 will get you the audio version, $9.99 will get you the video. And, let's be honest, we're all going to want the video, if only for the hand gestures alone. You can subscribe here.

2020 Tom Mison Advent Calendar


Welcome to the 2020 Tom Mison Advent Calendar!

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New Role on Apple TV+ Series?

Tom has been spotted in what looks to be a virtual table read for the second season of See, the Jason Momoa series on Apple TV+. The photo (below) appeared in the Instagram story of one of the other stars of the show, Nesta Cooper (@nmarlee), tagging the show's official Instagram account.



No official announcement has been made, so we'll have to hang tight on the big celebration until then. The show shoots in Toronto, and just re-started production after shutting down in March due to the pandemic.


Watchmen: 11 Emmy Wins for Series



Watchmen deservingly won big on Emmy night, taking home 11 of the awards, including those won earlier at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. The show won, among others, Best Limited Series and acting awards for Regina King and Yahya Abdul Mateen III. Here's the rundown:


Oustanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie - Gregory Middleton - "This Extraordinary Being."

Outstanding Fantasy/Sci Fi Costumes - Sharen Davis and Valerie Zielonka - "It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice."

Outstanding Single-camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie - Hanks Van Eeghan - "A God Walks Into Abar"

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or Movie - "This Extraordinary Being"

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie or Special - "This Extraordinary Being"

Outstanding Music Composition (Original Dramatic Score) for a Limited Series, Movie or Special - Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross - "It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice"

Outstanding Casting for a Limited Series, Movie or Special - Victoria Thomas and Meagan Lewis

Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special - Cord Jefferson & Damon Lindelof - "This Extraordinary Being"

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie - Yahya Abdul Mateen III

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie - Regina King

Best Limited Series


Congratulations to the whole team for their wins, but also for producing one of the most amazing, important TV experiences of the year. Well done all.