Revisiting Davis Guggenheim and His Career Evolution

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We revisit our conversation with filmmaker Davis Guggenheim. He was a TV guy -- working on shows like NYPD Blue and Deadwood -- with hopes of making feature films. It looked like he was going to get chance with Training Day until he was abruptly fired. Guggenheim tells us how getting unceremoniously canned from the Denzel Washington thriller set him on a course to directing movies with a message -- from the Oscar-winning doc An Inconvenient Truth, to his most recent film, He Named Me Malala, about the Nobel Prize-winning activist Malala Yousafzai. Plus, an all new Hollywood News Banter.

Photo: Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim, director of He Named Me Malala



Kim Masters


Kaitlin Parker