Awkward Conversations: Ep. 18 : Nick at Night? or day rather?

Join Awkward Conversation’s Angry Baby and Darth Boobs as they chat with the special guest, actor/writer/director Nicholas Acciani as they chat about the King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Charlie Hunnam’s accent, Jude Law as Dumbledore in the next Fantastic Beasts film, the problem with Johnny Depp, Hamilton, theater work, clowns vs spiders, Lady Gaga, and who would they F*ck, Murder, and Marry.

Also, actor/fitness model Sunny Kavana returns for the fun! Listen in below:

Nicholas Acciani is an actor, writer, director, designer, and huge pop culture nerd. He could be found online on Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. His site could be found here.

Sunny Kavana is a comic book nerd, actor/model, and R&B singer who recently joined the Comic-Con circuit. You can find Sunny Kavana all over social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

About Awkward Conversations:

Starring Anastasia Washington aka Psycho FemBot/Darth Boobs and Nathan Litchman aka Angry Baby/The Singularity, Awkward Conversations is a podcast about geek news, sci-fi, gaming, cult classics, movies, cosplay, and many nerd topics together. Awkward Conversations started in 2012 and has since grown with each podcast with their special guests. For more Awkward Conversations podcasts, click here.

Conversations not for the faint of the heart. It’s gonna get… awkward. A Podcast.

About Nerd Reactor: 

Geek and pop culture collide! Nerd Reactor is your source for the latest nerd/geek and pop culture news. With daily posts, cosplay videos, video reactions, Nerd Reactor has grown since they first began in 2010. Nerd Reactor offers breaking news and the latest reviews with in-depth stories on movies, TV, video games, comics, conventions, and pop culture.

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