At the End of the Day-Lewis | Episode 81
Posted January 11, 2018
Once every five (or so) years, Academy Award-winning actor Daniel Day-Lewis takes to the screen to embody a powerful masculine figure. On the heels of his announcement that this month's "Phantom Thread" will be his final picture, Chance and Noah look back at career touchstones of an actor with the chiseled features of piece of coinage. From this year's Reynolds Woodcock to Bill "The Butcher" Cutting ("Gangs of New York") to Nathaniel "Hawkeye" Poe ("The Last of the Mohicans"), Day-Lewis always swings for the fences. But how will be his legacy be remembered, and how watchable are these prestige pictures?
Dust off your tunic and sharpen your knives: It's the DDL pod!