Exclusive Interview: Parker Posey, Susan Yeadley, Jane Lynch and Fred Willard talk Mascots
Staff Reporter | On 19, Oct 2016
Christopher Guests’ Mascots is now on Netflix UK – and to give you an insight into what it’s like working with the Spinal Tap creator, we’ve got some exclusive interviews with the cast members.
The mockumentary, which star many of his regular troupe of actors, takes place in the ultra-competitive world of sports mascots where they are competing for the most prestigious award in their field, the Gold Fluffy. Among them are a man dressed as a fist (Chris O’Dowd), a woman dressed as an armadillo (Parker Posey), her sister (played by a scene-stealing Susan Yeagley), a guy dressed as a hedgehog (Tom Bennett) and, of course, a world-weary manager (Fred Williard) and two rival celebrity judges (Jane Lynch and Ed Begley Jr).
“He trusts you implicitly,” says Jane Lynch of working with Christopher Guest.
“I work harder on Chris’ movies than any other,” agrees Posey. “No one works like this.”
“So much is chemistry between the actors,” she adds. It’s fitting, then, that they sit down in pairs to do these interviews, revealing not just what it’s like to work on the movie, but also what it’s like working with each other.
Here, without further ado, are Parker Posey and Susan Yeagley talking Mascots:
And Jane Lynch and Fred Willard:
For more on the film, read our review here – or hit the button to below to watch.
Mascots is now available exclusively on Netflix UK, as part of an £8.99 monthly subscription.