Noah Oppenheim

writer and Emmy-winning TV producer

Guest

Noah Oppenheim is a screenwriter and NBC senior vice president in charge of the Today show.

Noah Oppenheim on KCRW

In the new film  Jackie , Natalie Portman portrays First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in the week following her husband's assassination.

Screenwriter Noah Oppenheim on 'Jackie' and 'Today'

In the new film Jackie , Natalie Portman portrays First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in the week following her husband's assassination.

from The Business

More from KCRW

For the first time, all of the Olympic Games will be available to watch on NBC’s streaming service Peacock. But how many people will actually tune in?

from Hollywood Breakdown

The Mercury Prize winner, upcoming Grammy nominee, and KCRW 2021 Best Album artist stopped by Anne Backyard for an intimate performance and candid conversation with MBE’s Novena Carmel.

from Anne's Backyard

The standard Netflix plan now costs $15.49 a month — 50 cents more than HBO Max. Some subscribers may cancel, but the price will likely continue to rise as Netflix grows.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Almost no one in Asghar Farhadi's "A Hero" can tell the unvarnished truth, a fact that makes the film great fun and a fascinating comment on human nature.

from Film Reviews

Bradley Cooper has two films out — “Licorice Pizza” and “Nightmare Alley.” In the first of a two-part interview, Cooper tells KCRW how he prepared for each role.

from The Business

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes director Reinaldo Marcus Green, whose latest film is “King Richard,” which takes a closer look at Richard Williams, father of tennis greats…

from The Treatment

It's time for the 2021 Megabanter! The streaming wars ramped up. Scarlett Johansson sued Disney. And Netflix was the envy of all with “Squid Game.”

from The Business

Honoree Fanonne Jeffers discusses writing about the full range of a community, its sexuality and gender, in her first fiction novel, “The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois.”

from Bookworm

The seminal Southern California music festival returns April 15-17 and 22-24 after two years on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

from Music News