18 Burst results for "Alec Berg"
"alec berg" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"Inside Conan Colin Unimportant Hollywood podcast. Beautifully done. I'm half of the hosting team my name's Mike Sweeney and you are. Jesse gaskell. We're both riders on the CONAN show. Yeah the. Non Emmy nominated Conan show. Yes. It's Hollywood's fourth-biggest night we really is we were nominated for them as a few times once I went and you know they have bleachers for fans fans, television I. Guess. Just, yell at all, you know are celebrities that are walking by. You know people yelling Conan is like I don't know twenty feet behind him and I'm just like you know K. I just an anonymous schlub and then somebody yelled Hey Lincoln what 'cause I played Abe Lincoln on a few sketches. So I was like to my wife honey please stop. Hold Up. Got Milk this my fan is here. Yeah exactly. What on one moment with his sad man in the back of a bleacher. We did sketch us all the time where the way the sketch would end was figuring out a new way to assassinate Lincoln Oh. Wow. Yeah I think once they had me come out. As. A reanimated head. And I, hear his head, and then the curtain opens again. John Wilkes booth sped comes out in a separate Shar and he has a gun in his teeth and he shoots me Oh, man, it's kind of. An old cliche and the sketch with someone getting shot. Yes. I actually think that works exception. Yes and it. Teaches history. So it's educational as well. It's true. Well, have you been? Are you still sewing? I am still I was actually showing right before this really when is your sewing time like is? I'm serious like stressed out I don so all the time like late at night seems not good. That's like silence of the lambs slowing down in. Only so skin suits at night. During the day it seems like the right that's nice. I put on some music and I was listening to a Jimmy Buffett. Record. Okay not just any music. You're so into buffet. We have a great interview do you have a great interview? The please this is one that we recorded a long time ago but we've been sitting on it. Maybe the pandemic was in Wuhan and we were all just like. Oh, China get your act together. We mentioned in the podcast a pandemic would never come here. Right and if it did, it would never last more than a month and even if it did, it would never shut down television production most hallowed occupation. In this country, we talk to Alec Berg who if you are a fan of television I think you're a fan of his sees one of the minds behind Silicon Valley and Another reason we want to talk to him was he was one of the very first writers on late night with Conan O'Brien was, and then he left he and his writing partner left to right on a show called Seinfeld. Am I saying that right? Does he regret that move will find out? Here's Alec Berg. It's the cans on, and then what is this podcast? Today. I don't do. Really don't. Yeah. We were wondering how much of this territory will be trodden but we think people have an oh good. That's great. I, don't know that a lot of people know that you wrote for Coenen. So that's exciting. Yeah. People don't know that I write for any. Buried in your resume, we should introduce you Alec Berg Hello Welcome to the podcast. Thank you well. Thanks for doing this. Thank you for Friday on a Friday afternoon in Los Angeles. Yes. So far this is going great. It is. Actually. Very well, I don't know if you're being sarcastic but I think it's great. I'm assuming it's all sarcasm. I assume every interaction I ever had with anyone as Sarka. Sometimes. See I actually have the opposite where I'm often being sincere and people think I'm being that happens to me a lot where every once in a while I'm sincere. People just assume the boy who cried wolf. Yes. So you gave it up and. Mostly, quit Alec of this incredible resume. But the one thing a lot of people don't know about you is that you wrote on late night with Conan O'Brien. I did briefly in Nineteen ninety-four that started in February of ninety that would have been ninety four. Yes. Show we got there for show ninety nine how Jeff Schaffer ny who I worked with Maven ears were writing team. Yes. So we got there yet in February we got there there were nine massive blizzards that winter they still talk about the winter of one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, New York is like one of the worst ones ever and. For eight of them, oh. Wow. So it was like blizzard and then the snow would start to melt and then another blizzard and so that's my memory of trying to get to thirty rock over. Ten feet of snow on the sidewalks allow you ll already living in New York? No Jeff and I moved out to La in the spring of ninety two and we had been trying to get half our jobs and we had gotten tiny nibbles of things here and there and just enough to keep us in macaroni and cheese. Yeah. When CONAN started hiring, we met with him. We were actually jeff and I met with Conan the day he moved to new. York, we went to his apartment that was on doe heaney. You know near what was then chases, which is right on now. So. He just said whatever you like. But we meeting with him and literally his car came to take him to the airport while we were talking to him and I remember him. Pacing. Around and looking out the window and he said, do I need to leave now? He's here. I'm supposed to talk to you guys, but is it rude that he's sitting down? They're ready to take me and like. Yeah. Yeah. This this is so you can leave them waiting for our. It was weeks before he became unbearable. Now, the driver's sits out there for weeks. It was literally the moment that he left. Allow and you guys were meeting with him about something unrelated know about writing though, right show he an Robert had started to sort of like Robert Staff. Yes had started to talk to some people and Jeff and I met with count and then we wrote a submission packet and Robert Spinal Being Roberts Michael. We didn't hear back. and. Then we got a job on a half hour show starring then unknown Jeff Carlin. Show as you may have guessed, didn't go anywhere. And then we got the company that produced. That show also produced a show called Herman's head, which I know you've seen. and. So we were working on Herman's head and we got a call from Roberts model and he basically said Okay can you start tomorrow and we'll ed what do you mean how? Can you start exactly I mean almost literally that and we're like will first of all, we send that stuff in months ago and never heard anything second of all. No, we took an adjustment. -tated. He's like nobody told me you took another job. In the months ago but as luck would have it, Herman's head as you know got cancelled. I'm a real head head. Yeah. Although it didn't it went on hiatus. So we went on hiatus like you know they they shortened the order and it all but got cancelled. So we called them and said, hey, were around. So that's why we started at show ninety nine. And not at the beginning, right. So we went out there in February and work for three or four months. Yeah and then we were under option to Herman's head. So we had to come back and they didn't pick it up. Okay and once we had moved back to La we were sort of waffling or like it just been through the worst winter of US history. Yes and then we were talking about coming back to Conan, and then we got a call from some friends of ours that worked at another show called Seinfeld which you also might have heard of, yes. Not Herman's head but. At the same point? Getting, you're going even Steven. Yes the scale. Comedic. But so we hired Seinfeld. So then we had to call Coenen back and say we're really sorry. Yeah. But we have this other thing and so we ended up working there and that was the end of our with Seinfeld. Edited ever since Yes. Yes. I did Seinfeld had been on when we started working there it was already the number one show. Has Done I don't want to say they had done all the good episode. Because I was there for slightly more than half of them. But it was an established show. Yeah it was. It was already. Yeah Getting, made in the Mafia really had you know met Jerry you're or learning?.
"alec berg" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"And let me ask you this Austin because you know, you talk a little bit about the Sixers depth, and you know, they made a move recently talk a little bit about the actual rotation. What you think it's going to be when they get to the playoffs? I have thought a lot about this. I think it's been a very by opponent. I think Mike Scott has played himself pretty much out of the rotation and I think you know he's been more down than up to season. But you know, he's really struggling and he can't if you're not shooting the ball. Well, he's only going to give you a toughness. He can't commit soft. Don't upside to having Mike Scott out on the floor for them. Now, I think it's going to be, you know, largely shake Milton, Alec Berg and Glenn Robinson. Third, as you know, the main piece is whether they also coming off the bench. But I think you know, even the wraparound allude to the fact that he was surprised that riding broke off Simon in six years. I think I think if you really give him a chance to get the fans Let him let him prove himself. I think he can provide into this team. He's not going to be like J. J Heretic where you know you have got you swinging across the perimeter. He's you know, he's able to hit shots. Dating the different spots, But he's more like you know, before they acquired him, but Prime Jason Capone Oh, a guy who could sprint it to a baseline could really move out at the ball. Shoot the ball really well from the outside and his and when he was in Dallas, he fell victim to a very deep team. There were not a deep team, but they were. They were deep with a lot of young guys. I think he was sort of You know the casualties of them trying to cut, you know, trump any cough when they were when they were making move during this season, but I think Ryan broke off can contribute. I think I think a big part of what their location is going to be is, you know, Can they trust for Concorde to provide that spark that he provided so much this season and then not get played off the court on the defensive end of the ball and Matisse. I will not be in negative on offense and then not commit. You know, Bill advised, 1000 even But you know, the death has been an issue for this team for quite some time. And you know, they really do need guys like shape. Milton the step up Horford to step up and really provide sort of that second pulse after the starters, you know, they begin to. Ah, settle into the game and get the rest. Yeah, no doubt about it. So Austin Glad you could break down all of that force Austin Krell N B A and Sixers coverage for the painted lines. Thanks for giving us a couple of minutes. All right, Take it easy, Austin. So if you want to join the show to 1559 to 94 94 that's Hagen into 1559 to 94 94. We've got about 40 minutes left. And then Ricky Ricardo's on right is a Ricky. Yes. Okay. Ricky Ricardo will be in the house at 10 o'clock. So again, we got about 40 minutes left. We're going to talk a little bit more about the MLB here because we have the potential for a really Top notch team name and that is coming up next. Don't go anywhere. No Napa Auto parts stores and Napa Auto care centres Get a $25 prepaid visa card when you get any net automotive battery. It's the best deal for some of the best batteries from some of the best car people around, But we might be a little partial, Anyhoo, pick up any nap automotive battery and save 25 bucks. Do it yourself or have it done for you? That's Napa. Know how I know how that participating Napa Auto parts stores.
Bill Hader on Barry | Interview
"Double sized episode of the big picture. This is a conversation show with filmmakers, and we're talking to a few of them today. The first of which you may have heard of his name is Bill hater he is. Of course, the creator the writer producer, and sometime director of a little show called Barry show on HBO that we love here at the wringer. I talked to Bill about making Barry, but more specifically just about movies because men this guy knows a lot about film, and he's really fun to talk to you. He put me on to a bunch of movies. I think if you're interested in the wider world of movies in the history of the medium, you'll enjoy this chat. And then right after that, we're going to have another interview with two people. I really admire the actress Mary Kay place who you may recall from things like the big chill. She was an EMMY winner in the seventies. She's been steadily working as an actress for the last forty years and the critic turned filmmaker and documentarian Ken Jones. Kent's first film as a narrative film maker is called Diane and Mary Kay. The star of that movie, and it's a really beautiful intimate complex portrait of a person nearing the end of their life. And how things change around them as they approach that stage. So please stick around after Bill to listen to that one. But before that, let's go right to Bill Hader. Joined by actor writer, director producer all kinds of stuff ill hater, hey, buddy. How are you? I'm doing good. So bill. This is a show where we talk about movies, and you made a TV show, but you are like the all-time movie buff. Yeah. And so I wanna talk about berry as kind of a filmmaking property. What do you think? Yeah. It'd be great now. Most people kind of friends who were like, it's kinda just, you know, a four hour movie that we've broken up into eight is that how you can send it as like. Well, the way we write it. I had never written in a in a traditional TD writing room writer's room before the only one had really been in outside of Santa live of south park. And finally kind of knew what those guys did. And it was kind of like their their shows have, you know, a three acts, and so you were kind kinda just it was never really written in order. It was kind of. We know this needs to happen. Then at some point this happens, and then towards the end, maybe this happens, and then you're kind of finding scenes at connect these things, and then it all starts changing. So I kind of did that. But with with eight episodes, I would just put one two to four one through eight up on the bore whiteboard. I would just start plotting, and you know, season one it was like, okay. So, you know, end of episode to be really good. If you know, they had this thing for rhyme Addison embarrassed starting to realize, you know, e- seizes father speak in rhyme. Adam's, father speaking, he realizes. Oh, gosh. You know, he didn't you've never seen that side of it before, you know. And then maybe it's good if you know Vaujour's following them that'd be good. You know in the in the, you know, the the way call it his his friends from Chris in those guys military guys they come in around episode. Owed four or five. So question Mark, you know, more friends years, your puzzle PC, and you're just kind of laying it out, but you laid out as a full things. So, you know, by eight it's like, I just know eight forever just had moss versus berry at the end. And we had no idea where that took place or what happened. But I I've felt and we all kind of felt like they should have she should figure it out. You know? So we knew that was at the end of eight at the end of the last episode, but we didn't know how that would happen is that more similar to the way you'd read a movie, I mean, I don't know. I I mean, I everyone has a different way of doing it some people the idea out of outlining is for bowdoin in people. I think because screen play unlike a novel novel can be as long as you want screenplay should be about under twenty pages. And when you're structuring a story for film or. Television. There has to be like structure to it. You know, now that doesn't mean in asked to be kind of like what we do or you know, that kind of Billy wilder thing. Or I, you know, where it was every everything is set a payoff, everything is super clean, and you know, that what by I love that. It's really hard to pull off in. That's why I enjoy that kind of writing. But you know, I mean, I mean, some of the best movies of Hollywood specially in the seventies were really during didn't know where it was going, but they have a structure there. You know, be too great how Ashby movies being there and last detail fron tense purposely last details just kind of a a road movie quest movie quest movie in about these two guys finding their humanity in in and trying to show this guy a good time before he goes to jail in. Kind of forgetting their jobs is in what they've learned military men and all this and an in kind of shedding their the humanity that they have to repress when I put the uniform on and all that, and it's all very emotional. But when you look at it, it's got a really great structure, you know, has a really tight structure now, I don't know if Robert towne took that book, and you know, outlined it in figured it out. But if feels that way, and so sometimes the first draft is like an outline you're kinda like you're writing I've done it both ways we write a draft to something with no outline in it. It's got a lot inspired stuff in it. But it's kind of cranky, you know. Yeah. So then you kind of go over it you show it to a friend in the gonna will head of it there. You know, this would go here what you know in the new you'd try to because you want it to feel kinda we're Ganic. But when you're doing TD showing you got thirty minutes. It's it's kinda hard to do that. Because you have to keep a tight inside frame. It really tight. Yeah. And I'm also just someone I don't like wasting people's time. And so when we got the TV show actually went back and watch TV. But I would I would read short stories was really good. I would want. I would read like Tobias Wolff for Flannery O'Connor any these people and kind of see just pay attention to the structure, you know, in in not that far off the tone of those writers. I feel like to. Yeah. Yeah. Give me and hard to find. As like totally an incredible berry template as far as gets on this incredibly funding in very disturbing at the same time. But you know, trying to understand where the emotions coming from. I think we're Alec Berg, and I worked so well together as I'm kind of all emotion, and he's all logic. And my strong suit is as weak suit in my weeks at his strong suit. Not that he's not. National is he's he's comes up. I think some
"alec berg" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Any not and it is just the most fun show runner alec berg is this how you'll know if you like it i like bird was a writer on seinfeld he was a writer on conan he was a writer on curb your enthusiasm and silicon valley so if you love the any of those and to me there is a common strain between all those are just a little weird their humor is kind of like what and i love it and that is what the show is it was a bill hater i just did not expect him to be the kind of actor that he has ended up being a didn't see that coming at all and i think it was the skeleton twins that with chris i saw that i was like i didn't know he could do that which is really good movie i don't know if evergreen with that be green light this to my green light this week is dead pool too i saw this very good movie it's definitely nsf km nj am language i don't know if there's body parts in this it's it's you're getting hit with a lot of sensory information i think it's hard to follow such success like the regional that will and improve upon it in a organically interesting way but they did that they took some very specifically weird swings and some of those work some of them didn't but ryan reynolds is so perfectly ryan reynolds in this movie that is incredible and they have two of the greatest celebrity cameos i've ever seen in my life like the genuinely had me giggling to myself this when i recounted them but it's just really good really good character work is as house as he says he beats so good.
"alec berg" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Combing fucking all right devendra it's time for the slash lacasse after dark where we talk about just variety of random topics that may or may not be related to anything in the show right and yeah jeff can be here with us today and fortunately he's got his hands full with some kids going on there but you and i are here we're gonna talk about bury the hbo original series which had it season finale this week so we're going to spoil berry so lotta spoilers things that a lot of people might not this week but spoilers for berry at least everybody can see this all eases hbo yes yes so if you don't wanna hear about spoilers for this tv show bury those co created by alec berg who did silicon valley tune out but yeah davinder what did you think of this show i i love this show like i was on board from the beginning just because i'm a big bill hater fan i think the sky you know he's he's funny he's also kind of weird looking like you know like something something's going on with this guy so this funny looking guy as a hitman i think is just like a great combination and i the show started off pretty well but it got better you know along the way like the side characters i really love the the bald gangster guy who has like knowing yeah hank he's he's hilarious like he starts off being like one of the threatening gangsters and then by the end you're like oh he's just kind of adorable he sees alarium i love l characters in the show i love like how.
"alec berg" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"And how did they how did they react like you coming into the okay it's bill hader this is going to be funny actually yeah they come in with this and they go and to their credit they were really excited about it it actually made them more excited how many places do you did you pitch this show is just hbo because i had to deal with them and so i had this kind of development deal with them and and i was shooting trainwreck actually in the whole time i was on train wreck going would have you know one of my going to have this deal now with hbo by got write a show and so i met with alec bergen and we came up with this and then i remember pitching it to them in thinking well they don't like it they don't like this is what i would rather wanna do if i could do anything you this and the the the fact that they were the ones going oh you know i said you know the violence has to be very real it's not funny the violence is not funny at all when he fights people i like it to feel real i just don't i don't want to be cool you know and they are absurd yell like we can bernie's dokes you know what i mean reich which you can easily do in this you know there's a lot of times you you know there's a scene in episode three where i have to strangle a guy and there's there's in his backyard there's all these child's kid toys and stuff and a member alec berg and i'm shooting scene in said you know any other place they would be like hey can we make it funny can you kill him with the kids jump rope or you know can we get some jokes in there or you know what i mean and it's like no it's not like the merger is getting depressing it's like it should be no no no but he should kill him he should still kill him but just funny you know and you're like no but we can't do that i've said this before in the podcast you know that's why i could never really watch i watched dexter 'cause i liked the performance but i couldn't fully commit to it because i could.
"alec berg" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq
"Do you know what i believe to leave it or not i think that she is no longer with oh yes i always lead them leather leather i love he's a rocker in europe as a matter of fact still touring do in rock and roll adjusted a documentary for her susie quattro yes he was great i didn't particularly care for leather i mean four pinky no i did not yeah she's looked good didn't she by the way henry's starring on a new show on hbo called berry alongside bill hader snl you can catch that on sundays on hbo that is that's a cool show little dark but it's pretty cool you know what it is it is just a pleasure to be on alec berg and bill hater created this show they directed episodes of peace right this show bill stars in it it's amazing bills funny how did i gotta ask you this so many actors never escape an iconic role you have right how did you manage to escape it i kana grohl where everybody's stilted today if your in our age group knows you as the funds but then you've managed to play so many different characters and evolve as an actor and you could do comedy you can do drama how did you manage to break out of that part okay i the honest answer is because wheel will it to happen i was i was typecast i didn't work for a long time people said oh i've loved him but he was the fawns so i then i started producing that's what we did macgyver that was in the early eighties and i started directing and then eventually the acting came back but you cannot let it be you down you have to i literally think of myself as mercury and if there is a smallest toll to get to the other side of the mountain i will figure out how to get through that whole because that's what i want to do that.
"alec berg" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Got someone is dusty here's a child and can't take your himself you said it it's true she's constantly surprised at how to use and i'm like you not talk your married writes she's like owning your fancy car you've be a plane you're alone this his job what's he knows real estate assuming that they need money but he never works never working constantly taking our trips its goal in places that like all of his work is to control her yeah his his job is her life it's weird it's really weird bummed because i'm here for this kind of movie to make money in america and get funded yet but this isn't what i want i agree but you you know you could still get dragen shouted it shares sounds like my type of movie movie to get drunk and shot up no this is a definite rental this is like a hotel rental like i watched the first one it's so good the first one at least people that sit right in review the podcast that helps i could tell you that there's so many people that make the show possible because they do all this work they listened to your best messages they pull from the board that cut the trailers they do everything good give it up for kelly josh kevin april kyle july everybody the engineers and everybody here at your wealth we'll see you next week four beautiful creatures by art everybody that is all for us but reminder to watch the brand new hbo comedy berry which is on every sunday night at ten thirty pm it starts bill hader it's produced and written by alec berg the producer of silicon valley and is about a hitman who finds a love for acting do not forget the check it out it is great and you're just the beginning you're not missing out if you catch up right now berry hbo sundays ten thirty.
"alec berg" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from how stuff works producers of the soundtrack show join david w collins as he breaks down the music that goes into your favorite movies tv shows and more listen and subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts today we're talking about fair a new hbo series we all really love very was created by bill hader and silicon valley's alec berg hater also plays the lead character a hitman who learns his real passion is theater show mixes violence and comedy and even sweetness as it explores berries new interest in acting and his desire for a new life it also stars stephen root has berries handler and henry winkler as his pompous acting teacher i'm linda holmes and i'm stephen thompson we're talking about the wonderful new show berry on this episode of pop culture happy hour so don't go away support for this podcast and the following message come from co alarm mold and mildew stain remover while you're going about your day to day life making dinner or getting kids to school something's happening in the dark recesses of your house mold and mildew are growing but you can fight back with sia lar mold and mildew stain remove ver it's tough on mold and mildew stains all around the house and it works without bleach or harsh fumes it even carries the epa safer choice seal co alarm mold and mildew stain remover making the world a little cleaner welcome back you just met npr music stephen thompson also with us is glen weldon of the npr arts desk high glenn and with us to talk about berry is npr's television critic eric dagens coming to us from florida as always.
"alec berg" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"Under the traditional massive number of episodes but it is still far more than the length slow last week i was talking with alec berg on the show so alex us barry he does silicon valley think they do eight maybe yeah maybe yeah we get so jealous when we hear this and it's like robert king was because somebody was talking about just a rough it was scheduled wise they're show because i don't know the cable network had decided to go from ten to twelve oh really yeah i know i love that the good wife owned that for their award campaign they're like we make twenty two that's very robert yeah thing to say and do but he's right and eighteen is a lot it's a lot yeah it gets pretty crazy because we would we do we aired ten in a row this last season there's a point where it just becomes you're just racing against the clock you're you're trying to finish one script and you're trying to edit something goes on a day yeah thank you know just like that thing of wait is this good anymore we're going so fast but it's good that you have each other what is the when they talk about they discussed the economics of all this but it used to be that it was really simple they would do what it was the twenty two episode network television season and the whole point was twenty two season roughly at the end of the fifth season yet enough to syndicate right everything else after that is b but they don't really syndicate anything.
"alec berg" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"These judgmental about about sharks literally doing the things sharks were designed to nyc can only imagine how much she must have written her own children to do more shark sharks is living its potential that's all it does is the only thing they've ever done they're no good and neither are you laze wherever she is madame we love you that was a jam all right well elegant was fantastic show this script notes is produced by megan mcdonald and it is edited by the great matthew chill elliott oh yeah are out there this week is by adjustment rothe if you have an intro you can send us a link at ask at john august dot com that is also a place where you can send longer questions for short of questions on twitter i am at the as in john is at john august and alec berg is at real alec berg real alec berg we are also unfair facebook which i am no longer on because apparently it's a russian platform for stealing our lives you can search for scrutiny that's still on facebook no i deleted deleted oh felt so good however script notes is still there you can search for scrip notes podcast you can also find us on apple podcasts under script notes just search for get it script notes and while you're there leave us a comment because john august loves comments you can find the show notes for this episode and all of us odes at john dot com that's also where you apply and transcripts we try to get them up about four days after the episode airs you can find all the backups odes of the show at script notes dot net alec berg thank you so much for being a guest my pleasure and their amazing folks at home next week are wonderful john august schell return thank you for listening.
"alec berg" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"Hi this is craig today on this podcast there is one bomb that gets dropped so if you do have some small kids around you in the car at home just beware that that's going to happen at some point you might want to put the air moves on hello and welcome my name is craig mazin in this script notes a podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters john august will not be with us today he is in japan doing stuff later on in this episode we will have a what is john doing in japan lightning round because i honestly don't know but have some guesses i will be your soul podcast host but not alone as we bring back one of our favorite guests or at least one of mine i don't really know what john thinks about him but i love him the ready master of not one but two to hit comedies on hbo mr alec berg but i say nothing alec berg say nothing there's some follow up we did an episode recently you know what go ahead say a little something because you can join it on this part well hello can anyone hear me you can see why he's so so successful a couple of weeks ago we did a show about money money stuff that writers have to deal with and got into some nitty gritty things about payroll and corporations it was it was laughing minute alec we have a follow up from anonymous who writes the following i worked for an entertainment payroll company you know this is going to be good right you're already excited hold on i interested so i finally have a correction for craig loan out corporations generally can't collect unemployment so i had this whole thing.
"alec berg" Discussed on Outkick the Culture
"Holly taylor is growing up right before our eyes she's becoming a better actor so we're seeing more as an adult at this stage in her run there's just so much here guys same thing with a good place i'm just telling you right now look i haven't watched a ton of stuff as of late i'm picking and choosing now i'm watching what i wanna watch i'm watching the things that are worth my time because i have other things now that take priority over this so you'd better be good or i'm gonna move on from you so the americans in a good place in their various categories standalone right now is the two shows that i urge you all to go find watch enjoy talk about analyze and get yourself caught up in hbo's berry is good i don't know that it's great but i like it i think hater is very good and this is the first time where you look at bill hader and say okay he might be about to break out of this snl shell it sounds like it's a real detriment to say it's been hard for him and he's gotten typecast and all this but maybe more so than anybody that left us anelle whenever i see bill hader i think of his characters on us and l i think about the impressions that you did or the game show hosting or stefan or carvel or whatever it is and it's been hard because i'm just like well that's just as goofy dude that sorta looks a little bit like jim carrey and a little bit like michael see all but he's a guy that's film loves film any interview ever see he loves acting loves entertainment he loves filming loves television he pays attention studies up and he's a good dude so i root for him and here he's playing this leading character in berry this hbo show that he created along with alec berg who's responsible partially at least for mike judge along with.
"alec berg" Discussed on The Watch
"Okay so are there any mc dependent memes that are thus rendered like yeah just what i need you need the cosmic cube to understand actually be wrong because the people in mci are theoretically famous right but there is no it'd be me you're saying so there would be thorns usa cova in mc wait what well yeah because ultra fucking lifted at outer earth in through it back down again there's any maybe fleshler is the key to all he can explain this last infant eastone last point on berry for we venture to off of the reservation yet one of the reasons i'm optimistic about the show just a good performances and bill hader and alec berg and the pedigree of it it's nice to see a comedy that is trying to do trying to thread this needle yeah the show one of the things that is in its favour you'll see you'll see audience isn't moves forward is that it's serialize it's very much like cliffhanger into the next thing which is better choice i think than he's just hanging out in la in a new mission comes up it's all connected because of course it would be i like that it is we live in a world where a show about a bill hader character stumbling into an acting class in north hollywood could get a two season order at netflix yeah minus the hitman component yeah so well the hitman thing you know whether your mileage may vary on it i liked that they are trying something and business with a serialized action dramatic element in a half hour two thousand eighteen comedy so we'll see we'll we'll we'll revisit okay let's talk a little bit about the other show that ad debuted last night.
"alec berg" Discussed on The Watch
"Oh kind of the brainchild of bill hader totally and i definitely felt especially in the pilot which i think is is definitely something like with pilots are like i and sometimes and sometimes they feel a little overwrought but this was one of those pilots that you could tell bill hader had been thinking about for a long time i think he actually shot this quite a while ago well in typical each fashioned their development pipeline is so slow that i think he i started to generate the idea way fourteen in fourteen fifteen yeah with alec berg who has a great resume but more recently is the co show runner silicon valley they shot the pilot i think in early sixteen shot the series and seventeen and it finally premiered in eighteen and it has the feel of something that's been really really thought out not only is the world really well developed in a not in a very subtle way amid sense of place in terms of that north hollywood vibe that that the the character mostly resides in is really excellent but also totally which is probably the hardest thing to find an pilot i agree with that so to give a little bit of background basically this is about exsoldier who's gotten back from afghanistan and becomes a hitman working for one of his father's friends and he seems to by the way is also in collateral yes right literally a hip person from the army walk working for one of her father's friends and frankly there's a couple of beats in here where this show does remind me a little bit of grosse pointe blank which is pretty pretty i think important movie in our high school days john cusack minnie driver college six something that ninety seven maybe is that when you were in high school.
"alec berg" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I gotta sooner sooner nology nothing more than that i don't think that you have to tell you that so charlie satele oh who gets much credit for helping us make this happen when he talked about who's going to be in town for south by the second he said your name i went to my dad i told him and he went oh my god wanted me bill hater i'll cool we're so excited so we're really really happy to have you your mouth right on amidst the crazy has it is crazy it is it south by it's just like alec berg and i created this show burying us one of promoting and he said i just by south west it's like a lakers game just got out all the time that russia really alway way always my kid where's where's my kid ono you know it's just it's just madness at the gets even more mad by mid week when the music festival begins in things if you think this is it this is sort of at one level and there's another level yeah exponentially crazy but differences used to be able to tell the difference between the different people because the film guys all were some kind of movie t shirt with a blazer everyone should be skin jeans like this is this the standard but then the top part musicians are all in flannel and the filmmakers are all in t shirts and blazers on and then the people doing interactive they're all in some sort of very clever cartoon nerdy shirt and that's how i used to know but now they all have beers they all have tight jeans and converse and then they're all wearing the same flannel even though it's ninety seven degrees outside and i don't know who's the movie nerd thing acre right dresses every day a racer head t shirt with a black blazer with a goatee and long hair or checking hair just session cut it all and become fancying almost like a real boy.
"alec berg" Discussed on KGO 810
"Just telling these getting bad career advice which is too bad i don't think you that's why i love some people when they're on the by the way the emoji movie is one of the biggest bombs in history will i yes where anyone could have told us that mile when asked that i saw the trailer as can waging what yeah and canada garbage is the hatch has ever because this is you know they think because we loved the lego movie that we have to build dr great movies by the yes really well done that if like hollywood doesn't get they do something that's groundbreaking an interesting and then they're like how can we replicate that think no one asked to make an emoji how does it mean moji breakthrough the firewall to escape into the real world the wooded dumb premise yeah agree sorry mom i'm apparently i've got a case of the money because now i'm annoyed i do too bad i i just thought tj miller losing it is death he's now keep you lost me on this one yes no crazy so what did he's crazy used it's not a crazy in a good way here no but this not crazy in a good way when you attack a driver allegedly set crazy in a good way when uram eat your ego gets in the way and suddenly you're no longer on one of the best shows on tv so can valley because his ego got in the way which is show ronna democrative cynic kill him off in some craig disappears did you go haven't even launched it again and so sad chrissy i can't keep up with everything i now but there are only a how many shows i said you really ought to watch this love silicon valley i haven't had a are you like friends with the show runner yes alec berg is ask them i am i don't go beyond plaza and allegedly show right now nine km i will watch it catch at valet i mean i believe you that you don't have time to watch and shows when you're spending your time never mind black watching and are now doing certain things i'm just saying i'm not i'm not specifically packing i aim of thrones not saying that that's the a shares one hour and a one hour and neither watched the great british bakaa or you can watch i.
"alec berg" Discussed on Studio 1.0
"I don't know if the bill next crazy and is wanted by the authorities executive producers of silicon valley mike judge an alec berg and decosta's former ceo of twitter who is a consultant to the show in the writer's room now i'm interesting comments therefrom dick costiglio about trump and if anybody has one in this election so far it's twitter yet it's really true i mean despite twitter's struggled on the public markets with users with revenue i mean what other social platform out there is relevant in the interesting thing and perhaps it's scary to some people new presidential victors are often minted historically by their mastery of new mediums i mean we look you look back at jfk and television and you know bill clinton and the and the and the internet and hear donald trump is figured out something that it just seems like no other candidates or campaigns of mastered you know it's also interesting when you think about it in the context of white will twitter be you know maybe it doesn't become this facebook sized platform but it is a smaller platform where influencers say what they have to say and it gets out there uh through through the media and through other influencers and that's what twitter the throne maybe it's tougher twitter that the media falls at obsessively follows obsessively obsessively their own follower accounts at it's just a way to kind of feed the new cycle that's what donald trump appears to have figured out and by the way you can follow me on twitter at emily tank tv brad at app.