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"allenby pharaoh" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"No no no. You can't put that in your movie not never do that. That's impossible. you don't understand unitary cohesion. You have to. The commander has to be all powerful all knowing yet at and curb is like you know at the you know we gotta do this. We got to put this in our film that bats what it is and cut to dome comes out two days later. It's common wisdom. We gotta take it up the chain of command. I swear to god so that's also instructive anyone. Making movies like don't be cowed by common wisdom. Like if you have a you see a through line suggested because the impossible becomes the obvious and You know it's you know. Our consciousness can shift. So kirby can you connect the dots between how the invisible war leads I believe quite directly to the hunting ground Yes i mean. We started to show the film on college campuses you know almost immediately and And then we started over the ness. I don't know six nine months. Maybe we started getting emails. Actual letters calls bat. This was happening on college. Campuses to and And we were actually like at that when we were like. We don't want to make another film about sexual assault you know we don't we don't wanna to categorized strive young. We want to move somewhere else and and but it just kept we just getting this and so then we said okay. We have to look into it. And i mean i. At the time i remember thinking it can't be as bad as in the military and then having i remember once having a really know with an activist on one of the campuses having railing in-depth conversation and you know it was it was and so Advantage point We we're working on something else but we decided we really have to make. This is sort of a repeat of what was going on in the military. This is another huge institution and in some ways could even be more influential. Because you're dealing with people who you know obviously going to be leaders and parents oftentimes are very powerful and it could. It can help change the culture so yeah so that's That's how we have been and we did that as well. And one of the things. I learned because we made a number of films and sexual assault is actually going back into the same subject. I think i knew. I thought i knew Sexual assault. it wasn't entirely deeper education. That i got when i made hunting brown. And it's the same thing happened again when we date on the record and and even allenby pharaoh every time you go deeper because you're dealing with the different subject matter but you're actually you. You're starting from a place of knowledge already and so it's been a very rich experience to you. Know really pursue something over decades and also does to films bear witness to the power of testimony because it was students watching visible war. That said oh. I maybe i can speak to. It's amazing like at any time. We sat down with. I asked to one hundred number. You're talking to us and there was a war. That was incredible to me that was so instructive. It wasn't like a small-scale thing we're talking about hundreds of students at dozens of schools where not necessarily granted easy access right. You guys have to you kind of depended on the students to to diy in their own way right now. absolutely Was was interesting as we shooting right beginning. Shoot right at the beginning of the student movement. And i just want to add to what amy said is that they saw you know. I think they saw invisible war in that. Became like a model like that. You know this already become you know there have been multiple congressional hearings around and everything and they saw that this that people were listening in another area and they could be they had You know you know they thought perhaps we can change our up into that point. I think it was very hard for people to imagine that kind of change. I think that's why you saw the student movement takeoff so aggressively. I mean it was kind of shocking. Really that people were just right up against the school is still was slapping down and they were coming back. It was very personal. They were really trying to damage. The school's reputation discussed the attempt to the school to protect their reputation. And i think they were energized by by the invisible war and empowered you know and they also more to curb his brilliance. Is that you know it's not just these anti what we also do is we. Don't just tell you these stories. We we have show you that there's a problem. A personal assault is actually part of a cultural complicit cultural context that allows it to occur with this kind of frequency Unity and no one had done that analysis before. And i think what the that's what i think kirby was saying that they only empower them to tell their stories and be like oh but they could recognize what was happening and recognize that it was happening not just to them but to others and recognize that it. Was you know the the cancer was embedded in a whole institutional system and it wasn't just a rare unique one off and i think that you know that was really empowering and shifted provoked a consciousness shift. People had done it. People had made that analysis they just. It hadn't been done in documentary form quite that way. I think that. I mean the thing about documentaries. You're able to convey this. Incredibly powerful emotional experience in the subjects at the same time is amy was saying create an analysis in an overview and that bat sort of that sort of merges. Together you know gets welded together in just can hit on is very powerful in that. I think that's what goes in those two films did is they they started. You know film on an started realizing oh this is this is not. This is these. Aren't one off. This is stomach inside. I guess that between the hunting ground in your next film. Obviously something very significant happened in our society which was the outbreak of the whole may to movement downfall of sparked by the downfall of harvey weinstein. And i i want to note how just talk about that for a minute before we go onto on the record and the other stuff. You've you've done. Because i mean this again. It was something that i would have been unimaginable to any of us. But particularly you guys were dealing in this arena and there just wasn't interested in So question is when did you. First hear about harvey weinstein being sexually abusive guy. Was it when we all picked up the new logged onto the new york times that day in two thousand seventeen or had there been rumblings about this in either in your film circles or sexual assault you know survivor. Community are just. What was your indication that first indication that this guy was was a problem beyond being a pain in the ass in a bully who. I know you've probably discovered that. In the course of having having his offshoot distribute hunting ground. But i mean he's a he's we. Everybody knew he was a bully. I don't know that everybody. I do know that. Not everybody knew he was going around raping people. Okay there's too crazy stories. One is invisible. War gets for oscar. There's an academy luncheon. I get seated at a table. And i'm you know. Excuse exciting. sit there. I sit down and you look at your name card. And who's who's my neck was on my right harvey weinstein and he's late. This is a two thousand twelve so it's everything kind of you know he's there. Hey comes in looks at me. Looks me up and down and says quote unquote you're not katie couric. And he was really upset. And i look across because katie is sitting across. Like i'm supposed to be sitting with katie. And so then i'm like mortified so i get up i title over to katie and i go. Harvey wants to sit next to switch seats and she's like and so i go back..
"allenby pharaoh" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Was my experiences. Well river running david women. Yeah and then the other. I wanted just now give a shout out to john newsome because this is the panetta part so bat was chasing the obamas got close could not get. It got like a fundraiser funder. Who'd seen it. You know it was like this game of tag now could not. So then jon newsome calls me. She's at the white entity new. Like on this mannequin quest. And she calls me. She's at the white house. Correspondents dinner that used to so she's there and she's like any. I'm at a table with panetta. What do i do. And i'm like oh my god john you tell him yes to watch movie who executive produced okay. Will you do that. And she's like dude it's on and so she asked him. She went up to him and said i did this movie. Would you mind watching it. And can you get it to me. I'll watch it on air force one. And that's how that happened. So oh god for it was like this old girl. Slow network thing like crazy and yeah not just that they watched it. It's that panetta then enacted a bunch actual. I believe meaningful changes right. Yeah and i got a credit. Kirby i can i tell them i mean. Are you all board. I have to tell a story about okay. So this is where now. Okay it kirby's genius so when we were making that film we do we not only like get our subject stellar stories with them like like the secret sauce of what we do is we. We tell you a story like and you're really absorbed and we have these great characters but then we feed you all this information right then you like. You don't even know like a magic trick and you come out like you're smarter you're enlightened but you're also moved you give a damn you know so it's like so when we're doing that analysis of this issue. We kept asking experts. What's the answer. What's the fix and they're all like law. And kirby's like i think the only fixes to take adjudication outside the chain of command because then there can't be a conflict of interest if your commander rapes you. But there's a outside body completely independent much better chance of someone caring giving a damn than if it's within the hen house or the fox house or whatever it is and so every time we said that i was in those meetings with top analysts and former pentagon people and i we had a navy seal that meta through a friend like oh no never will happen. No no no. You can't put that in your movie not never do that. That's impossible. you don't understand unitary cohesion. You have to. The commander has to be all powerful all knowing yet at and curb is like you know at the you know we gotta do this. We got to put this in our film that bats what it is and cut to dome comes out two days later. It's common wisdom. We gotta take it up the chain of command. I swear to god so that's also instructive anyone. Making movies like don't be cowed by common wisdom. Like if you have if you see a through line suggested because the impossible becomes the obvious and You know it's our consciousness can shift. So kirby can you connect the dots between how the invisible war leads I believe quite directly to the hunting ground. A yes I mean we started to show the film on college campuses you know almost immediately and And then we started over the ness. I don't know six nine months. Maybe we started getting emails. Actual letters calls bat. This was happening on college. Campuses to and And we were actually like at that. We were like we don't want to make another film about sexual assault. you know. we don't we don't wanna get categorized strive young. We want to move somewhere else and And but it just kept we just getting this and so then we said okay. We have to look into it. And i mean i at the time i remember thinking it can't be as bad as in the military and then having i remember once having a really you know with an activist on one of the campuses having railing in-depth conversation. And you know it was it was and so Advantage point We we're working on something else but we decided we really have to make. This is sort of a repeat of what was going on in the military. This is another huge institution and in some ways could even be more influential. Because you're dealing with people who you know obviously going to be leaders and parents oftentimes are very powerful and it could. It can help change the culture nights so yeah so that's That's how we have been and we did that as well. And one of the things. I learned because we made a number of films and sexual assault is actually going back into the same subject. I think i knew. I thought i knew sexual assault. It wasn't entirely deeper education. That i got when i made hunting brown. And it's the same thing happened again when we date on the record and and even allenby pharaoh every time you go deeper because you're dealing with the different subject matter but you're actually you. You're starting from a place of knowledge all ready and so it's it's been a very rich experience to you. Know really pursue something over decades and also does to films bear witness to the power of testimony because it was students watching visible war. That said oh i maybe i can speak to. It's amazing like at any time we sat down with. I asked two hundred number. You're talking to us and there was a war. That was incredible to me that was so instructive. It wasn't like a small-scale thing we're talking about hundreds of students at dozens of schools where not necessarily granted easy access right. You guys have to you kind of depended on the students to to diy in their own way right now absolutely and i think what was was interesting as we shooting right beginning shoot right at the beginning of the student movement and i just want to add to what amy said is that they saw you know i think they saw invisible war in that became like a model. Like you know this already become you know there have been multiple congressional hearings around and everything and they saw that this that people were listening in another area and they could be. They had You know you know they thought perhaps we can change our up into that point. I think it was very hard for people to imagine that kinda change. I think that's why you saw the student movement takeoff so aggressively. I mean it was kind of shocking. Really that people were just right up against the school is still was slapping down and they were coming back. We'd be was very personal. They were really trying to damage. The school's reputation discussed the attempt to the school to protect their reputation. And i think they were energized by by the invisible war and empowered you know and they also more to curb his brilliance. Is that you know it's not just these anti what we also do is we. Don't just tell you these stories. We we have show you that there's a problem. A personal assault is actually part of a cultural complicit cultural context that allows it to occur with this kind of frequency Unity and no one had done that analysis before. And i think what the. That's what i think. Kirby was saying that they not only empower them to tell their stories and be like oh but they could recognize what was happening and recognize that it was happening. Not just to them but to others and recognize that it was the the cancer was embedded in a whole institutional system and it wasn't just a rare unique one off and i think that you know that was really empowering and shifted provoked a consciousness shift. People had done it. People had made that analysis. They just hadn't been done in documentary form quite that way. I think that. I mean the thing about documentaries. You're able to convey this. Incredibly powerful emotional experience in the subjects at the same time is amy was saying create an analysis in an overview. And that that sort of that sort of merges together you know gets welded together in.
"allenby pharaoh" Discussed on News O'Clock
"Guerande got married. Oh secret married surprise wedding. I'm happy for her. You know they say it was a really quiet intimate ceremony of just like twenty people at her house. I guess i'm just released a prize. Because her engagement to be davidson was so public and like was a long time. I guess and then. I feel like she just got engaged and married and it was also hush hush. It feels very like different for her. I don't know that's called growth and learning lesson. We love the loving it. Okay so to start our show. We're gonna be talking about a gym. That's going viral for how it protects women and of course that means so men are angry about it. To the point that they're calling quote segregation. This started thanks to tiktok from heather houston from kansas. She attended all women. Jim called blush. Fitness which features like ten thousand windows. People can't look inside free. Menstrual products and the staff leaves notes for ten days when male staff will be in the building. Houston spoke to buzzfeed shelby heinrich about her experience of the gym and told her quote. I definitely feel safer in an all women's gym. I personally like to wear tight clothing. Because it is easier to work out in. And i don't have to worry about men taking photos of me without my permission or worry about men. Making me feel uncomfortable while i'm there. Of course there are some comments exclusively for men about this gym. Some of them no quote. Ain't we stopped segregation like sixty years ago and quote. This doesn't sound like a quality So this is both the best thing. I've ever heard in terms of the all women's gym but also the dumbest thing i've ever heard in terms of men calling segregation. I mean it's just like what are what are those men only clubs that they have the lake golf bribes or whatever and like you know we have like gender bathrooms and things like that like this is not that different and it's it's creating a safe space for women people women definitely get harassed at jim shelley. You just brought up so many valid points all are correct and it is. I was just thinking about like hell offensive on so many levels. It is to use the word segregation in this instance million also. It's like when. I saw the fact like of the tinted windows. Yes i don't want people looking at me. And i'm sorry but that point about her saying she likes wearing tight clothing when she doesn't want people taking photos of her. I have never seen in my lifetime at the gym. A woman take a picture of a man at the gym vice versa. Yes i've seen it. Yes i've seen tic talks about people you know. It's like asking their followers like. Do you think this person is taking a photo of me while i'm at the gym. It's like you're there to work out it. I love this. I love wash fitness. I want here and say faces that keep them going. yes Now meanwhile drew barrymore has opened up about. How having children changed her opinion. About working with woody allen in an interview with dylan farrow on the drew barrymore show about the hbo documentary series allenby pharaoh. Barrymore explained to dylan that in order to have a frank conversation she needed to address the fact that she worked with allen. In the past. I worked with woody allen. I did a film with him in nineteen ninety-six called. Everyone says i love you. And there was no higher career calling card than to work with woody allen and then i had children and it changed me because i realized that i was one of the people who was basically gas lit into not looking at a narrative beyond what i was being told and i see what's happening in the industry now the. Hbo documentary discussed on the show addresses. Dylan's allegations that. She was sexually abused by her adopted father when she was a child. Although alan has continuously denied those allegations you know. I'm happy for drew barrymore. Especially because it's realizing that you've been gasoline is a really difficult thing to process yet. Shiloh one thing that i want to say that rubbed me the wrong way is when she said that what made her realize this was having children. Yet it's sort of reminded me of when men say like. Oh i have a sister. Or i have a daughter or a mother and so like. I don't condone violence against women or whatever and it's like you shouldn't have to have a woman in your life to not condone those actions zone her saying that having a child all of a sudden changed how she felt like. That's great but that shouldn't have had to be the case But you know at the end of the day. I am glad that she's finally gotten to a place where she's talking about how she didn't like that. That was a part of her past. You know in the present because that is not the same for many other people who worked with him and continue to saw okay so moving on to something. Empowering we've seen over the past few months women coming forward to tell their stories about how finding fame at a young age really screwed them up and what they're doing to move past it. We saw it with the heartbreaking. Demi lovato docu series dancing with the devil. Paris hilton has spoken out about how the media treated her in the past on our podcast and someone who is really stepped up in this realm is installer. We first came to know her as a child. Dancer in a series of very popular missy elliott music videos in the early two thousands. She later went on to star in films like cheaper by the dozen and the step up franchise and in the past few months. She's opened up about her. Early career really messed her up. Taking a serious toll on both her mind and body she wrote the op. Ed piece the toddler to train.
"allenby pharaoh" Discussed on The Televerse
"Was that self by lady. Bree featured this week like i said at on cleaned sugar in just one of those just really delightful seems more on that a little bit this weekend mtv. We're gonna kick things off with last week tonight with john oliver and his tucker carlson segment. Then we'll talk drag race both the penultimate uk episode. Jimmy continued to arbitrarily. Keep spoiler free Verses such a good name for episode vision. My god that's very good anyway. Sorry that was too good to go. Unremarked upon as anglican makeover episode of drag race Season thirteen. Freaky friday queens. Then i'll do a little roundup of some of the shows. I've been catching up with or watching so allenby pharaoh had last episode of four queens sugar had may nineteen twenty twenty than we have a season two finale of a discovery of witches in all of season to have few thoughts about that and then a couple of on resident alien end of the world as we know it in one week ahead of you will kind give our thoughts on that. Then it's to genre superheroes with black lightning the book of ruin to the flash and they're kind of like last season finale with mother and then we'll round things out with serious anneli of duck tales. The last adventure part one. A tale of three readies ended part to the last library is a village and last tales end no exclamation point. That's coming at the end of the segment. But i it up is last week tonight with oliver and there are some other segments but like the the central one here is gel. Go yet tucker carlson's the white supremacist years. Why thoughts on the segment. I really liked the segment I think it's i think it's important when you see this. Kind of media. Criticism done by media And i think really doing kind of a very broad survey of carlson really kind of helps reinforce that he's a awful neo premises and see just a befuddle walnut of a human being and i think that this segment overall is really good. I do think that there was a gap in that. He just kind of oliver being. Him skips over crossfire. Which i feel like was a year choice to make When he was talking about carlson being onto failed shows when crossfire was deeply significant. For a number of years until oliver's former boss john stewart rendered it in earth when he showed up on the show and carson I think it was carlson. Maybe the other conservative. That was on crossfire I can't quite remember Either way it was a weird thing because crossfire is in no small part response from tucker carlson's ability to move in television sphere as much as he. What as much as he did prior to getting this faulk show so that felt like a weird oversight from oliver and also a oversight from general media history perspective of talking about the ways in which things have shifted in the ways that Politics talked about on cable news and how they're presented to us Down to the fact of even back when fox started it was hannity and colmes as sort of carry over from crossfire. crossfire s format in that. You had a were liberal person in more conservative person discussing issues even if on hannity and colmes comes as always not correct but it seemed a little weird to skip over that part In both carlson's during but also in the media environment that helps create him so that was weird oversight but the overall thrust of the segment i think is really really good. primer that is not going to change anyone's mind. That isn't already on board with tucker carlson being just a horrible horrible human being. Who's just asking questions. I'm just asking questions. Kate sure but i do think that it was just a weird sidestep to avoid talknet crossfire all but again really good segment and again. Really good when media critiques media. In this vein. I'm sure son had something to say about it. Maybe on monday. I don't know. I didn't see an clips going around and so maybe they just didn't know but i can't imagine that they didn't know. Yeah yeah 'cause you think the the best thing to do is just not respond to it. But absolutely but that is not their mo and this indicating they love so you know they can cry. Cancel culture ins be offended in such so like. I haven't seen any reaction. But i i tells me my bubble is working. Great algorithms are on my side on this one. So yeah we're we'll see more of that Speaking bowls more up the solid but I appreciate the no holds barred. Nope not lake pulling any punches. Racially insensitive Racist that justice. Is i think that was a very important thing to be. Set out loud. We need to get more comfortable. Just calling things racist when they are racist as opposed to racially charged as opposed to problematic. Which is you know that. I have been just as guilty of overusing to sidestep difficult conversations as anyone else. I'm trying to get better about it. So yeah this is. Maybe a slam dunk. Easy target of a conversation to have like that but still when i appreciated. Kate is a racist. Ask questions what is the world coming to some sort of dog whistle. Now ask questions america Now this is a great off from this conversation. Let's move on to drag race and draggers. Uk head beast sender's Now this was there..
"allenby pharaoh" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"With a look at the movie Once again, Here's 80 sees Jason Nathan's it slowly. 700 wlw Friday morning. Jason Nathan's in here from Hollywood as we talk about the entertainment in like this. Well, by the way, I be respected point out the Grammys are happening the center. It's the Grammys. I know the weekend is It's not gonna be no, he's not because he was not nominated this year in the biggest snub of all snubs that I can think of, and I hate the word snub because I don't think anybody is owed anything you don't know not guaranteed a nomination. For anything but the fact that he did not get a nomination for his album after hours, which is the one of the biggest albums, if not the biggest selling, and I don't get that man critically. Don't just play the Super Bowl. On top of that. It's like generally it's bad form, not to nominate that guy, but it's amazing. I mean, I can see. Okay. Maybe you didn't like the whole album or maybe didn't like the one song or whatever. So you don't get him in there in the big categories, but not even in the orange beak. It like nothing, not one nomination. It makes absolutely no sense. So he said yesterday that he's gonna be boycotting the Grammys. He won't be submitting his music going forward. Which is a pretty big move for an artist, and we'll see if anybody supports him. And if anybody says anything on Sunday, blinding lights, is it It's been on the top. I think it's like in the top five still on billboard for For Like of Like, Almost a year in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles start for a year this week for a year, which has never happened before. Everything be nominated for Grammy. If your song one of your songs that you kept Is on is the top 10 song for Over a year. I don't get it. Well, that's I mean, that's the thing I blame that award shows have always dealt with right is commercial success versus critical success. And that's why you don't see you know, Avengers and game wasn't nominated or actually wasn't nominated for Oscar. I don't remember, but you know you don't see the big those big comic book movies generally nominated For awards and things like that. Here, it's it's it's similar, but this album was also critically acclaimed. It was as successful as it was. It was also critically acclaimed. So I mean, it makes get whether crabs matter more than whether if it sells and then it's a successful thing. If it doesn't it doesn't matter if the critics saying probably a problem with you people It's you know, it's got to be good. It can't just be, you know, like bubble gum. And then critic Good those stupid well and then the Grammys. They take a lot of flack for that, because they nominate some weird stuff. And they give they give winds to some weird stuff. Just because you know if that were the case, what Honda Civic would win all the awards the car rolls, right? It's that doesn't make it. The best car just makes the most popular. Yeah, Yeah, well, I mean that somebody said about that popular it isn't. But it is a popular be content. It's not the popularity awards. That's the people's choice Award. You guys, by the way, you're so You guys have, like the Electoral College of Music and TV and movies. Who you critics. First of all, I'm not a music critic. I am a film critic kid. I'm not a music critic, not a fashion critic. I've seen your pictures on Twitter and I believe me. No 100% I'm wearing I'm wearing a robe right now. Okay. And I'm proud of it. Yeah. I don't blame you. Dude, I'm done with you. You're like me. You're like may, um Okay, so Grammy's happened on Sunday and your major categories. Eyes that maybe what pay attention this because they don't pay attention. The last words think we'll see it'll be instinct. This is a little different because it is music. Um, and I think people are starving for live performances. They haven't been able to go to stuff concerts, things like that. S O. Does. You know you can see some of the stuff online, but it is the Grammys so they'll have there will be live in person performances happening, so I think people might tune in for that. Um, you know, otherwise, we'll see you award shows you're not getting great. There really are not doing doing well, he says. For reasons we've talked about before. All right. What we really care about Jane. Eight is what we're watching this weekend. So the Allenby Pharaoh thing concludes on HBO, which is unique because it's an actual Syria's not not a dump. Right. They usually do exact He called it. I'm five years old. The word dump is, uh, it was a docuseries. It's four episodes. So yeah, it will be. The final episode will air on HBO on Sunday night. So and If you haven't watched it, I understand. It's not exactly the kind of thing people want happy stuff right now. You know, I get that this is kind of hairy. It's a tough watch, but Now that it'll all be out on Sunday. I would say, you know, watch it all at the same time, Get it over with rip it off like a bandage, but it's very good. It's very well done from a journalism standpoint, I think they did a very solid job of looking into this. This issue. On. Do you know it's but it's It's four hours of allegations about child molesters, right, You know any other side If you want to feel better, Um, Netflix says, yes, day on. What's that about? Completely opposite movie? I'm gonna go the other direction. Yeah, this is it starts. Jennifer Garner. It's about it's based on the popular Kids book. About yesterday. Which is you take one day and you say yes to everything Your kids want to do. There are rules, one of them being that you can't do something that lasts past the day. So like you can't get a dog, which Jennifer Garner said that that's what her kids always tried to do was get a dog. And yesterday she did yesterday with her kids. Um, they wanted to do pretty simple things like sit in the front seat of the car and twist all the knobs. They wanted ice cream for breakfast in this movie. It goes horribly wrong, because, of course, it's a movie..
"allenby pharaoh" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We sound like two old men complaining about movies We didn't like, Um, before we get into what's up this weekend? I don't want to touch on this real quick because you know that you're big on the crown. I started watching. And I like I stopped watching and I started. I was like, I know, but if it would have continued to the Meghan Markle Prince Harry thing I think you'd have something there. Well, you might They are ago. There is another. I think they're doing one or two more seasons s. Oh, I don't know exactly where they're going to get you. I don't think they're going to get this close to modern day. But what? You don't need it? It's playing out in real time. As true as it is. I thought of that when I saw him like I should talk to Jason. This is like the crown in real life. You can watch it. You're you're watching it happen. And I think that's because I think that's part of the reason that drove so much of the interest this weekend. It is people they have seen the ground and they're they're you know, they see the parallels between Lot of what Meghan Markle is saying, and lot of what Princess Diana was saying back. Then, on day people are, you know, kind of interested, but here in the U. S. We're watching like a train wreck, right? We're watching to see Um, the damage and we're kind of just, uh, you know, passengers here over in the U K to them. This is a really big thing, because it gets it. You know, it's a national nationalism and patriotism and pride in institutions and things like that for us. It's just like we're eating popcorn and watching it. Well, here's the thing. And you knew that it meant you got an American in the monarchy. We're gonna screw something up. Yeah. 100%. That's every time, Right? Right. Was it wasn't it was a king King Ralph, Right with John Goodman speaking a movie. You want your money back? But also the one who abdicated. Um Queen Elizabeths, uncle, Um yeah, Queen Elizabeth, the uncle that one Queen Elizabeth's uncle abdicated cause he was King. And then that's why her father became king. And then she became queen. But that's because he was because he was in love with the American. Right? Yes. Something like that. Thank you, Princess Grace or something. Uh, Princess Rick, it was Princess Leia. Maybe it was it was it was. What are we talking about? Those two guys couldn't care less about the royal family having a conversation. Where's tiff? Get her in here. She cares about this stuff. Get us on anyway, Let me get a time out in real quick and we'll return to the show with the J. Nate. We've got some more fallout with. I guess it's the conclusion of the Allenby Pharaoh Syriza on the Netflix. There's a couple things on there as well as Apple TV. Plus and Netflix do that we gotta touch about talk about as we head into the weekend here. If you want to stream some stuff, Jane, it breaks it down next back in about four minutes on this Friday morning before Willie's on the wheel. So what he has coming up.
"allenby pharaoh" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"I don't really care about what happens. And but you know there's a lot of like razzle dazzle and i'm curious where they're going with it but i feel like i don't really care about any of the characters. i think. this is like a marvel issue. I have in general. Where like. I know that the good guys are going to win. And like the bad guys are going to lose and obviously wanda vision is a lot more emotionally complicated. An animal than the law. That bike things and marvel's menagerie than the why. I went with them on the floor but yeah it's just like not really grabbing me other than the weekly surprise of what's comes they're going to go through but they knew that dan you a much bigger marvel head or at least a one that had no i. I like the show. I don't know that. I love it as much as some people do it has. It's odd because it works for me in certain ways that have nothing to do with the story that's being told and that's an interesting way of approaching a tv show like in terms of the weekly unfolding of the show. That's mostly stuff that's happening with the various sword. People out of the heck's and every time they leave the heck's i'm always happy to laugh at captains rental park like them just fine. They're good give them a better show. I'm there but anytime they explain what's happening right up until the agatha reveal. I didn't care so you get an episode like last week's episode which was all about wanda in her grief and it's fascinating to me because on one hand. I don't think anything happened in the episode. That surprised me. I don't think anything happened in the episode. That i felt made anything else in this series revelatory but on the other hand i i liked watching it. I thought that the episode was a great showcase for elizabeth olsen. I thought it was a reminder. Have great she was in sorry for your loss and how great she can be when she's given better material and i didn't care necessarily what she was grieving but i fully bought. She was very very miserable about it. And sometimes that's enough. And paul bethany is great. So it's an odd disconnect where i could watch it on saturday morning. I've been watching it on friday evening. Sometimes friday midday there is nothing. I don't think you could spoil for me about that. Show that would impact my view worship and that to me is part of what makes it a slightly different kind of project. Because i just i'm not invested in a what's going to happen next. What's gonna happen to these people. And yet i enjoy watching it for thirty to thirty seven minutes every week. I empathize with the characters. Because i empathize with the performers. And that to me is enough reason to to watch it with enthusiasm but it's a different kind of viewership experience from what i expected from us. I think as we're heading into like a full year of quarantine what i like about watson one division is that i sort of partake in that kind of national conversation. That people aren't really having and that's a really nice cheering experienced as a communal experience of the kind that like it's harder and harder to get especially now so i think i really watch it for that am for what they're going to do with catherine hawn. Although in the most recent of said they gave her like the most frightful eyebrows if they keep giving her scarier and scarier eyebrows reason to what. There's only one more week so so either. The eyebrows are going to attack her entirely or else i am enjoying the group experience. Am i do. I really like the shelves as quarantine communal experiences go. I definitely prefer it to tiger king. So you know this is just. This is just where we put the points of comparison as things that everyone wants to talk about the next day on twitter i thumbs up to one. Division thumbs down to tiger king tiger king is gives you exactly that like false equivalency quote unquote objectivism objectively deep that i guess people want from allenby pharaoh but like tiger king was one of the most like journalistically heinous things. I've seen in a very long time. So that i don't know that i remember anyone really and truly claiming that tiger king was especially objective. So i mean sort of dislike pitting one side against the other as if they have like a similar. Moral equivalency has had justice for carol baskin. i guess whatever she killed. Her husband allegedly part of the problem. We are we are definitely litigating all old conversations which probably means that. It's time to wrap this conversation. Thank you so much for joining us in go and of course everyone should know that they can read more on this conversation in our back and forth on the hollywood reporter. Thanks thanks baseball. Heads up next. Is our showrunner spotlight segment number. Four our guest this week is emily andras. Creator of the sci fi cult. Hit no herb. Her credits leaned heavily into science fiction and include lost girl and killjoys. She joins us as the fourth and final season of wine owner. Herb begins its last six episodes on march fifth. Thanks for joining us. Emily oh thank you so much for having me so. Let's start with the announcement in february. That wanna urp was ending with season. Four as someone who has covered the show for a long time. The news came as a bit of a surprise. Considering there was contract with producers idea w and saifi for a fifth season what happened. Oh leslie right to the defense. I love it. Just no mercy. How davis it was a surprise. But not a shock. We had been renewed for season four in a season. Five and for those who do not know earth went to some financial troubles so we basically shut down right. After we had kind of started the writing ramon season four. We waited a year. Are fans rally about billboards. They sent letters. They sang songs and it actually worked. We were back up and running for season four. We filmed about half of our season and then on march first is pandemic showed up so we shut down again until august managed to film the back half of season for that point we had face spent two and a half years on season four. Which was hard we weren't sure what was gonna hapless season five but needless to say there's been a pretty big change of guard at nbc. Saifi and nbc. In general. so i guess. They made the decision that they had had. Enough demon hunting. Cowgirl show. But i would be remiss if i didn't say that the fans are still working quite hard hoping to continue the story and find the season five elsewhere find a us network And the producers are working hard. And i would say i still have lots of herb story to tell though what will be will be for sure and i really hope that. The fans are satisfied with the end of season four. I think it's wonderful but hopefully we will find a way to tell more stories. So you mentioned the executive changes. Its i talk about that a lot on the show. You know obviously sifi is now part of a content. Leadership group at nbc universal. That is led by susan rovner and the executives who championed wanna erbil mcgoldrick and chris. Mccumber have both moved on. So can you talk us. Through what conversations. You've had with susan rovner and her scripted team at nbc universal about this decision. Like what was the call that you've got. Did you hear from them or did you hear from from. W w let's be honest. Here is incompletely isn't guilt free here either. Considering the way that they've managed their own resources as a company. Yeah definitely complicated you know. I have to tread carefully here. I would say that. I did hear from nbc. They were extremely nervous. But you know always hard call to make to showrunner to your dog way forward. I was very canadian about it. Which is you know heaving with raid but thanks to them basically no just Look i think the reality of wine on earth for better for worse speaks to where we are in the general landscape of television which is it is a cult show with a passionate audience from all over the world. It really speaks to people in particular who maybe don't see themselves represented on television and certainly not in jarrah very often which is to say women and lgbtq community.
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"Been a well not all but lately. He's been a niche figure. Let's say in the seventies. He clearly not annie hall. Massive hit all of that but in recent years niche figure and so. I think that that's led to the way that i feel like people in the media are talking about that documentary and not people at large. It does not feel like a phenomenon in the same way. That surviving r. Kelly felt but also. There's a certain number of these documentaries and you know there's not fatigue exactly but it's still exhaustion. It's still emotional weight that probably sets in and so like last year. There were multiple. Jeffrey epstein documentaries that nobody talked about that just kind of came out. And i watched every frigging minute of like three of them. The sacrifice eleven hours of jeffrey epstein coverage that nobody talked about. Because i think everyone just was sort of set in their opinions on jeffrey epstein being a monster and the documentaries were not about really or did he kill himself. you know. they weren't sensationalistic. In the same way that people could latch onto and feel like to some degree allenby. Ferro has has a similar thing. Like if you. If you thought that. Woody allen has been a monster for twenty years. This isn't going to change your opinion. And if you've thought that woody allen was innocent for twenty years. I think probably this might model your opinion. But you're still gonna find ways to to weasel out of it to some degree so yeah that that's that's sort of my read on. It is is that it was always going to be a niche era thing and and it's tough to watch it's tough to tough to get yourself up to it. I don't know that i ever would have expected to be huge as what i'm saying. I think at this point now that like two episodes have aired and people are sort of like trying to like figure out like how they want to feel about this documentary. One thing that i think is really damning of the documentary for some people is the fact that it's not quote unquote which i think is sort of this talking point. That's come out of the allen camp where people are like well. They didn't give a the allen camp enough time to respond. And obviously this is taking the side of me. Farrow and ronan farrow dylan farrow. and therefore. it's too one sided to be considered like a real reckoning et cetera et cetera I don't understand where people got. This idea that documentaries are journalism or that documentary can't be activism. Which is i think. Like another like another way that i've heard allenby pharaoh dismissed. One of my pet peeves is that people don't seem to understand like what documentaries are or sort of like how to doug them i guess and i think that's something that's like really coming out of the chatter around this for me and it's again disappointing to see that people have these like very live often quite fair but also not exactly fair expectations for what this is supposed to be. I think if you look at kirby. Dick and amy during of their work like on the record hunting ground the invisible war. They didn't also go to the rapists the alleged rapist and say like wool. Like this or not tell us the story. And so yeah. I mean like lemons didn't say anything about his side for on the record of course because he wasn't going to. But i don't think that makes on the record and the less credible obviously on the record i think featured something like four six victims and i think there's something like ten or twelve victims who have come forward about simmons and with allenby pharaoh there's only one primary sexual assault alleged victim and so it's not quite the same thing but i don't think that the allen camps lack of participation necessarily means that it's possible to dismiss dylan farrow's allegations of course dot and the the notion that documentaries have to be should be whatever objective is a is a ludicrous and ridiculous definition. And you see and you see people make the claim all the time you know. I i definitely thought people on on twitter singles nada documentary because it's one sided documentaries have never been objective. That's that's not what it is. Filmmaking is inherently non objective. You put a camera in someone. You're choosing who to put the camera on your choosing how to light them. You're making choices in literally everything you do. It is a subjective process. And as you say the other Dick zeroing documentaries have all used a similar process in telling their stories and it is the process they use so yeah. Hey so we talk about something not fifth areas. Let's let's lighten stuff up a little please right. How about one of vision. That does feel like one of the shows that has broken through. At least according to my twitter time line it does feel like like one division has broken out you know. We know that we don't have any kind of ideas on ratings. What we do know that disney plus crashed a couple of weeks ago in the new episode was dropping. And we're seeing this now. Just a few hours away from the wand vision finale which could be a season finale or you know or a series finale as it leads into the next marvel movie but where do you stand on the show. Have you guys enjoy the ride. So far you staying up all night tonight to To watch the finale. Are you excited for that. I haven't watching wanda vision every saturday morning. Which is what it feels like to me. Sort of like my version of a saturday morning cartoon..
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"The most prominent American directors. He was such a cultural figure, Woody Allen Mia Farrow. That's the ideal power couple. Would he gave her everything she could possibly want? I was over the moon happy. That's the great regret of my life. I wish I'd never met him. Okay, So that's the trailer from. Is it fair? Ov Alan or Alan V Pharaoh? I think it's Allenby Pharaoh and listen to that music. Is that music not telling you how you're supposed to be thinking. It's so true. Hey, listen, let's grab a phone call from a John in San Francisco who worked with Woody Allen at one point. Hey, John. Welcome to KGO. You're on the team Sica. Thank you, Pat. I was the same Francisco Teamster anti 68. What do you know? And he's in his buddies from New York came to town for choice before the movie before we started shooting the movie, which was filmed a lot in San Quentin One County all over town. Here, take the money and run. Oh, yeah, That was such a good movie movie He directed, right? Yeah, right. Yeah. It was the end of the heat, Actually, very, uh, 1968 beginning and 68. He wanted to see the town he wanted to hang out to eat. So every day we went out tol fee houses that they're North Beach. Let me tell you, every woman in town wanted, you know, 100 piece of Woody Allen's. You're weird looking guy to you wonder, you know what's what's that He was married to restart mint? Yeah. Merry merry, right? Yeah, that was his first wife, I think. Yeah, Yeah, He was a player, but I just I cannot imagine You know what he's being accused of? Yeah, the top it all off. I had a really close person to me in my family who were going through the early stages of a divorce. His wife did exactly the same thing I told the police say it was mostly his Children, and you think it was not true. It was. Evidently this happens a lot. What do you know It had any guy? Yeah. You could say that about a man. Yeah, You're right. You are so right about that, And if it happens, you know where there are false accusations made. However, when an accusation is made, it is so important that it's taken seriously and that it's investigated. And if it turns out that somebody's making a false accusation that person should be prosecuted because it does damage the individual even when it has been proven to be false. Reputation has suffered. And there are people who will always then have doubts about them. But if it turns out to be true, then I mean, that has to be found out, too, so that those kids could be properly taken care of, and so that person can be punished. So I think you always take those accusations seriously. But, you know, like if Mia Farrow made this crap up, and maybe she actually forced herself to believe it, But if she made this stuff up And this has been going around as long as it has been. I mean, I think there should be charges against her. Well, didn't she say to him when she found all this out and everything, she says, I'm going to destroy you or I'm going to make your life hell something to that effect, she said to him on that was And I think, a 60 minute 60 minutes interview that he did when he was, you know, being asked all these questions and the thing I wanted to point out to and I know I do this to. I think we're all guilty of doing this. Comparing these cases with other cases. I think it was Bill who called. Who said, you know, he brought up, wrote the Roman Polanski. That was really a completely different case. The girl was six with the girl was 13. I think he pleaded guilty. He was convicted. That's a separate thing. I you know, Um, so anyway, Iet's easy to collapse. The only thing that's the same is that you know they both worked in the industry and they were both weirdos. Because they are weird is what he Allen's weird guy. How many true dyed in the wool artists pad that you know who are not? Where does zero maybe zero mean? Maybe you? You know you're not very weird. Well, I don't know if I'm an artist, but you are an artist. Oh, I didn't get to watch. This is an artist Patterson kgo radio. I didn't get to watch this this documentary, although I probably will. But in lieu of that I was watching this interview with Woody Allen was some British guy and Woody Allen says. When I was young, and I was a jock. I was very athletic. I was displayed that just blew my mind. You know, because the character he plays his the way he moves. He's just the ultimate nerd. Apparently, he is not okay. Favorite Woody Allen scene minus when he played the cello in the march. Yeah, that was very funny. What's your favorite Woody Allen scene? Him. He he does in in love and death. There's a sequence that he.
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"D. C. Today, The Supreme Court declined to step in to stop the turnover of former President Donald Trump's tax records to the Manhattan D A s office. I got a map should be the end of this battle. It's already reached the high court once before the tax records are not supposed to become public because this is part of a grand jury investigation. But the action is kind of Ah, blow to Donald Trump because he had been trying to keep his tax records shielded, said that this is just a giant fishing expedition. Well, we talked about this documentary Allen of the Pharaoh last week, and it turns out Woody Allen doesn't like it, not a fan. Jason Nathan's is joining us from over the hill in Hollywood, where things are important. That's what I hear. I understand that there are important for things. They're important. Yeah, Okay. I know I DMG over the weekend, but again in person. Thank you for the Ted last so recommendation because I fell in love with that show. I was shocked to hear that Neither one of you had seen that. And because it is so right up both of your out What else you got for me, huh? Pressure Yeah. You watch it. You're supposed to watch it very slowly over like a year. Some time. Time to find another one. Allenby Pharaoh. That's a good one. You should watch. It's funny because Woody Allen watched it last night and then responded and said, Hey, now I see how I've been, You know, perceived of the few past few years blind. It's not great. This was what made him realize that. Yeah, he apologized for all his behavior and said, You know, good job, Doc. Um, no, he was not happy with it. It's almost as soon as it started airing. I think on the East Coast. They put out a statement. So they were they were ready with that. I don't know if they his campaign, seen it beforehand or not. It's possible. But he said in the statement. This is a statement from him and Sunni that the documentarians had no interest. In the truth. They spent years surreptitiously collaborating with the pharaohs and their neighbors to put together a hatchet job. Riddled with falsehoods on, but they were approached less than two months ago and given only a matter of days to respond, So they declined to do so. I would say that two months is plenty of time to be, You know, part of the documentary. Think of, say, Think of something to say, to sit for an interview and talk about these things, but But but the filmmakers have made it clear that over The course of time that they've been doing. This is that they weren't so much interested in Woody Allen's side of things because to them, they felt that they were uncovering the truth. And the truth doesn't have two sides unnecessarily. It's the truth is the truth and skin stand on its own. Let's go into this this golden globes thing, because I'm a little confused about the controversy here. The Golden Globes are, of course, the awards that are given out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Yes, Okay, So what's What's the issue now? Now we're imposing. Rules about what membership must look like before. You can call yourself an association. Mm, no. I mean, the Golden Globes have come under scrutiny for years now for I'm in the joke against them was that you could basically by a golden globe that if you're a studio that you could have so many meetings, greets with Leonardo DiCaprio or invitations to come to the set or whatever. And if you were, you know they wanted big names at their show, so they would give nominations to things that Weren't necessarily so great one that you know Shannon left me about a couple weeks ago. Emily in Paris, which she said was definitely worth it. Oscar Worthy Yeah, Oscar worthy even though it's a TV show. Um, thistles. One of those that was brought up in the article by the L A times in that, uh, well, you know, in 2019, a bunch of the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association were flown over to Paris wined and dined on the set. Sent to you know great restaurants in Paris for two days and then sent home after they got interviews and stuff And then Lo and behold, show has a nomination for best comedy. When most people would agree that it doesn't deserve to be in the same sentence is an awards category at all. So they operate like politicians. Yeah, kind of. I mean, which isn't so much of a surprise. Right? This is this is Hollywood and to be clear. I mean, these junkets do happen all the time. I I get invited on them. It is against ABC news policy for me to travel. To accept travel to go to these. I can pay my own way if ABC wants to, but you know normally that that doesn't happen. But in the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the rules air a little more loose. I think the most damning thing in the L. A Times article, though, is that the HF Pia is supposed to be a non profit and the fact that they're paying their members to sit on committees could run afoul of many iris laws. Then you have a problem because when you know when it comes to the iris and payments and things like that, that's that's a big deal. Whether or not you accepted steak dinner and then give only in Paris. The nomination, you know who really cares so much. But that's why I say when, when it comes to the Golden Globes and people say, you know this is important at the Oscars or whatever. No, it's 90 people voting on and we don't know who these people are, for the most part in and some of them aren't even really journalists, so it's a fun show to watch. They give out the awards is that the same is the Oscars of the Me's of the Grammys? No, not in the same category. Well, I wonder how much people really expected that though I mean the Golden Globes like you said, it is a fun party. It's always been in for as far as I've been conscious of it. It's always been sort of the second rate. But much more liquored up version of a movie awards show. Right? So so, if you're watching at home, does it really matter to you that NBC you know a couple years ago paid $5 million for the rights, and now they're paying $25 million for the rights and that money might be distributed in ways that might not be legal or ethical. No, I mean that matters to authorities on doesn't matter to you how they come up with their nominations Know as long as you see funny jokes by Ricky Gervase or Tina Fey or Amy Poehler. Some funny speeches and, you know, have a good time. I don't think it matters to most people. But to those of us, you know who work in this industry and watch it and kind of police it and keep an eye on things like that..
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"Of sexual abuse by their daughter. Dylan, who says he molested her when she was seven. Couldn't believe it little feature interviews with Mia Dillon and more, but it appears Alan is not involved, and he's denied the allegations. For decades. Allenby Pharaoh was shot in secret, and it debuts two weeks from Sunday. Marilyn Manson has reportedly been dropped by his manager. According to Rolling Stone. Tony Seela would work with the Manson over the last 25 years, has cut ties with the embattled shock. Rocker made allegations made by actress Evan Rachel Wood that he quote horrific Lee abused her during their relationship. Manson is denied the claims, but his record label in various TV projects have also dropped him. Actress Jennifer Lawrence reportedly scratched up by some flying glass on the set of her new movie, She'll be okay but production was bonds. Guns and roses. Singer Excell Roses 59 Saturday Jason Nathan's An ABC News Hollywood KOMA Radio news, stay connected, Stay informed and check back 234 times a day for the news that affects you, plus traffic and weather every 10 Minutes on the force, the Northwest News Station. This is Comeau news. Really, she is. That is just a really, really, really good guy. The term good egg isn't enough to describe him. He's also certified organic and free range. Rich puts the cap back on everything. The toothpaste, the olive oil, the shampoo everything. He lets his 10 year old nephew beat him and virtual tennis even though he can straight up Slay his 10, year old nephew in virtual tennis. When the toilet paper is running low. Rich replaces the roll on the actual holder, not just on the back of the toilet riches, texting and driving. Rich know what.
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