Actors Roundtable: Adam Driver, Shia LaBeouf, Robert De Niro, Tom Hanks, Jamie Foxx | Close Up

Published 2020-01-20
Adam Driver ('Marriage Story' 'The Report'), Shia LaBeouf ('Honey Boy'), Robert De Niro ('The Irishman'), Tom Hanks ('A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood'), Jamie Foxx ('Just Mercy'), and Adam Sandler ('Uncut Gems') join Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter for this season's FULL, uncensored Actors Roundtable.

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All Comments (21)
  • Hearing Tom Hanks cuss so casually is like finding out most of your teachers are getting wasted on the weekend.
  • @KirtyBoii92
    Jamie Foxx's ability to tell a story is unparalleled.
  • @IvyFord-tt5on
    i think its so cool how they would all be talking while De Niro sits quietly but when he begins talking they all go silent because they all know how legendary this man is.
  • “Not everyone should be political, but everyone should be principled” - Tom Hanks
  • @zackv3957
    Ladies and Gentlemen, this is what a real conversation looks like. Even-handed, respectful, intelligent, deliberate, and no one talks over each other. I wish more people were able to do this.
  • @richardblake8123
    Every group needs a jamie foxx. So well spoken and able to sway conversation in interesting ways when its stale..
    One of the most talented actors but also an amazing conversationalist
  • @Milan-db3uy
    Part 2 with people like Joaquin Pheonix, Leonardo Decaprio, Christan Bale, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Downey Jr and Keanu Reeves would blow up
  • Two years later and yes I am still rooting for Shia as well. He has actually owned up and taken responsibility. Watch Jon Bernthal’s interview with him. It’s fantastic and eye opening.
  • @hmarieb3087
    I feel like this is a therapy session disguised as an interview and I’m here for it. I appreciate successful people being honest about limitations or insecurities they have. Thanks for this.
  • @S4cr3d_
    The respect they all have for De Niro is incredible. Sharing the table with one of Hollywood's biggest stars it's such an honor.
  • @Scirollo
    Such a pleasure listening to Shia speak, I know in recent years he's been known for being a bit off the rails, but for some reason when I think of him I think of calmness and security. Like an older brother who would protect you. Weird how I get that feeling. Love that guy so much, huge part of my childhood
  • @bostonreese4807
    Jamie Foxx is an incredible conversationalist. His ability to tell stories in a way that is entertaining yet it captures your undivided attention…I could listen to him talk all day.
  • @philu3
    That was INCREDIBLE.
    You had a table full of A-list celebrities and they were all collaborative.
    No one talking over eachother or trying to get all the attention.

    Truly wonderful
  • @maysrachel1997
    I love this kind of content, as it feels authentic and genuine. They shared loads of wisdom and laughs, even had me feeling like I was there with them. Nothing but respect for these men. They’re great actors and seem to be overall decent people. Much respect.
  • @stefantom4
    It's been two years but for real appreciate the host being able to handle the roundtable so well. Everyone on that table either has a wealth of history and experience or very deep experiences and current relevancy. Asking difficult questions, responding well and helping the conversation flow is tough and this episode progressed very well. Deep stuff from everyone. Not every host can hold that kind of session up and stay out of the way of it when it starts flourishing.
  • @stairs021
    I love how Shia just is so open with his life and his vulnerable history with his father. He's a true human
  • @rishi5699
    This table is so full of wisdom, full of experience, full of life.
    Nothing can get better of this.
    All are genuinely geniuses in their own style.
  • @shadewilson787
    I love how everybody would casually interrupt each other with no issues, but when De Niro spoke no one said a word so much respect I love it
  • @Mikezilla115
    The way Shia looks at these dudes when they’re talking is just so endearing. Complete attention the whole time and just fully involved in what they’re saying. Try and find a friend who listens to you like that if you can, and then give them the same respect.