I really like this one. Collider's Steve "Frosty" Weintraub goes out of his way to ask some great questions that Charlie hasn't already answered a hundred times this year.
I'm Thinking of Ending Things is the focus, but they get into other areas as well. If you're curious, Weintraub lists the questions and topics underneath the video description on YouTube. I've pasted them below, too.
• How he ended up making the movie at Netflix.
• What was it like collaborating with Netflix?
• Does he usually listen to the notes given by the studio?
• What TV series would he like to guest write and direct?
• What movie has he seen the most?
• How his work leaves a lot open for the viewer to decide.
• What as his reaction to the footage when he got into the editing room?
• Who does he trust for honest feedback?
• How long was his first cut compared to the finished film?
• What was the last scene he cut out of the film before they picture locked?
• Why they didn’t use Dairy Queen in the movie.
• Has he thought about doing anything more in the world of stop-motion after making Anomalisa?
• If he could get the financing for any project what would he make and why?
• How he’s developing a limited series for HBO that causes stupidity which is based on the novel IQ 83.
• What happened to making Slaughterhouse Five with Guillermo del Toro?
• What it was like filming the driving sequences in I’m Thinking of Ending Things?
• How many takes does he like to do when filming?
• What was he nervous about being able to pull off with the time and budget?