Graham Norton is joining the film awards season conversation by welcoming Brendan Fraser onto his show.
Tomorrow's (January 20) episode of The Graham Norton Show will see The Whale star discussing the movie with director Darren Aronofsky.
Fraser's turn as reclusive English professor Charlie recently landed him the win for the Critics' Choice Award for Best Actor, and he's expected to get a nod when Oscar nominations are announced on January 24.
Additionally, Norton will chat with Oscar-winning star Michelle Williams, who's been receiving praise for her role as Mitzi in Steven Spielberg's autobiographical coming-of-age The Fabelmans.
Finally, Helena Bonham Carter and Russell T Davies will make an appearance on the red sofa to promote Nolly.
The three-part miniseries focuses on the life of Crossroads late star Noele Gordon, played by Bonham Carter. Also featuring is Sherlock's Mark Gatiss in the role of Gordon's close friend, actor Larry Grayson.
Nolly is the latest show written by prolific writer Davies, who's returned on showrunning duties on Doctor Who. Set to air in November, Davies' upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special stars David Tennant as the Fourteenth Doctor (following his previous stint as Tenth) and introduces Sex Education's Ncuti Gatwa as the Fifteenth.
The Graham Norton Show next airs this Friday (January 20) on BBC One at 10.40pm.
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