Tablet Mag: Interview with The Spy Who Dumped Me’s Susanna Fogel and David Iserson

By Elazar Abrahams

This past summer, I had the pleasure of interning at Tablet, a popular Jewish-interest online magazine. The experience gave me incredible opportunities to hone my journalism skills. I also learned the inside workings of a real media outlet. It was so much fun, and being that TV and City is on a bit of a hiatus while I’m abroad, every so often I’ll be sharing my entertainment-related pieces from Tablet here. Enjoy!

Back in August, a blockbuster comedy starring Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon hit theaters. I got the chance to speak with the creative team behind The Spy Who Dumped Me: Director Susanna Fogel, who also wrote the film, and co-writer David Iserson. They were both hilarious and their answers make for a fun read! Fogel is the nicest in the biz.

Check out my article here:

A CONVERSATION WITH THE CREATORS OF ‘THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME,’ THE ACTION COMEDY STARRING MILA KUNIS

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