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41:49

Delia Ephron on surviving cancer and the defiance of falling in love in your 70s

Falling in love at 72 — over email — sounds like the plotline of a romantic comedy. But that's exactly what happened to writer Delia Ephron. Along with her late sister Nora Ephron, Delia co-wrote the '90s classic You've Got Mail. Against all odds, Delia found herself in a familiar cinematic situation.

20:30

Matthew McConaughey, Getting Serious Again

The leading man known for his good looks and charm has lately been taking on more serious roles in films such as Bernie, Magic Mike and Mud. We'll listen back to excerpts from an April 2013 interview.

42:03

Going In '50/50' On A Cancer Comedy, With Laughs.

Screenwriter Will Reiser coped with his cancer diagnosis by thinking up ideas for cancer comedy movies with his best friend, actor Seth Rogen. Rogen and actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt now star in a film based on Reiser's life. Both Gordon-Levitt and Reiser join Fresh Air for a conversation about the film.

This interview was originally broadcast on September 28, 2011. 50/50 is now available on DVD.

43:49

Gordon-Levitt, Reiser Tackle '50/50' Odds

Screenwriter Will Reiser coped with his cancer diagnosis by thinking up ideas for cancer comedy movies with his best friend, actor Seth Rogen. Rogen and actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt now star in a film based on Reiser's life. Both Gordon-Levitt and Reiser join Fresh Air for a conversation about the film.

43:14

Jason Segel Explains The Mysteries Of Guydom

From the archive, an interview with Jason Segel, the hapless hero of Forgetting Sarah Marshall and the arrested-adolescent co-star of I Love You, Man. He's currently starring in the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother.

19:48

Director Max Mayer On 'Adam' And Asperger's

Writer-director Max Mayer's latest film is a romantic comedy in which — what else? — boy meets girl. In Adam, boy has Asperger's syndrome; it's a high-functioning variant of autism that can cause social awkwardness. The film won the Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize at Sundance.

12:42

Actor Martin Donovan

His new film Pipe Dream opens in New York this week. Donovan has also co-starred in The Opposite of Sex, Insomnia, and many films with the independent director, Hal Hartley.

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