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Having trouble keeping up on the summer blockbusters? Audible presents a special collection of Fresh Air interviews with the people starring in and behind some of this summer's biggest movies. Actors Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, and Nicolas Cage talk about their summer movies, The Bourne Identity, The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, and Windtalkers respectively, as well as their early roles. Terry Gross speaks with one of the original WWII Navajo code talkers, Reverend Roy Hawthorne. Actress Cherry Jones (Signs) talks about making the leap from the stage to the big screen. Writer John Ridley talks about his screenplay for Undercover Brother and his new novel, A Conversation with the Mann. Directors and brothers Chris and Paul Weitz talk about working on About a Boy. Cartoonist Stan Lee talks about Spider-Man and his comic career. Also, movie reviews for Minority Report, Windtalkers, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, and The Sum of All Fears. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Terry Gross started out in public radio in 1973 at WBFO, the NPR affiliate on the campus of her alma mater, the State University of New York at Buffalo. She became producer and host of Fresh Air in 1975, when it was still a local program. Fresh Air won a Peabody Award in 1994 for its “probing questions, revelatory interviews, and unusual insights.” In 2003 Terry herself received public radio’s highest honor, the Edward R. Murrow Award. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband, writer Francis Davis.