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"apatow" Discussed on SmartLess
"Like it wasn't like a twenty one year old. Oh no. I did this abc four year. Old virgin i least porsche. You know because. I thought well this is what you do. You get the nine eleven. This is working and i. It was a stick. I was not good driving it and it only seems to drive well and be fun. If you were going ninety miles an hour on the freeway and so every time. I drove it on the freeway. I was terrified that i was going to die and i thought well. This really isn't any fun at all. And then i left it in my driveway for two years at least tends to call those guys. Johnny gotta show every time you go look at johnny gotta show with his jot. I want to switch gears to To family how're you liking Being able to share everything that you know and that you've learned To your girls. While i dunno is is irish getting into it because ahmad certainly isn't. She was fantastic in In the film is she listening to the helpful advice you can give. She's really fun for me. To to work with laud she's very similar to leslie super honest unreal and fierce and funny at the same time and then iris was on tv. Show we for netflix. it's called love and she played a spoiled child star and was really funny. So you know sometimes. I wonder my ruining them by never mentioning any other possible occupation other than this we talk about dentistry at the house or the legal profession if she ever walked up to me and said like you know that i'd really like to get into accounting. Where the fuck dot com from. It's fun. i think we will have fun. And if you do it and i always encourage them to write and learn how to direct. And hopefully they'll do that. I mean it's it's enjoyable. Are they listening now. Can they admit the fact that you've been crushing this for a long time and you might have something smart to say. They never will to my face. But then like maude had to do press for the king of staten island. So i read interviews with her where she'll reluctantly say nice lady about me. So that's that's the only way. I guess she doesn't let me 'cause she she's hold the vulture new york magazine but we had a chance to co. Mingle win you and leslie. We're doing a change of when my kids we were pulling them around the hotel and that was like super fun just to get to watch you guys work together and you guys are so funny now. I had so much fun with leslie. I'm well listen. I you know i and this is the truth and never i see. I'm comedy nerd like you are on the documentaries over an oak ida. Thank you for that by the way and i you know when i get giddy whenever i see your name on something because i know it's going to be great and I get super excited like it's fucking christmas. I'm like oh my god. I can't wait. Says judd app on. And i'm so excited. What are you excited about. It's coming up next that you can talk about Well we're we're producing a movie for billy. Eichner that london bowler. Oh yeah turned me onto him. I believe yeah so we were right about to shoot that when everything's shutdown..
"apatow" Discussed on SmartLess
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Pete Davidson says he's removing his tattoos
"Comedian Pete Davidson is reportedly in the process of removing every single one of his tattoos. The news was revealed on Twitter after he attended a virtual Q and a with Judd Apatow and the cast of the king of Staten Island. Davidson said. It takes 3 to 4 hours in the makeup chair to cover them up, so he figured it would be easier to quote. Get them burned off.
Advocates For Deaf And Blind Laud Netflix's New Playback Features
"Netflix recently announced it's rolling out a new feature that allows some viewers to stream their favorite shows or films, slower, half speed, say or faster. The feature, which is currently on Ly, available to Android users, adjust voice pitch to make the faster slowed down speed. Sound natural. The idea to criticism from directors like Judd Apatow, who said last fall that platform should leave content as it wass quote intended to be seen. Advocates for the deaf and blind are lauding the new feature, saying It's a win for people who rely on playback options so they can also enjoy the cinematic experience. One of those advocates as ever it bacon. He's a board member of with the National Federation of the Blind, and he joins us from Salt Lake City, Utah. Hello. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. So for those who who dont know for someone who is blind, How do you watch films or TV shows? So we watch films just like anybody else on Ly. We have what's called audio description. Our audio description narration that's going on while the programming is being viewed. And so basically when there is no dialogue between the actors, a narrator comes on and describes what's happening in the scene and what's happening in the the show. So we have an understanding so like they might describe The set What's happening around us? They might give us some gender information or race information about characters, just overall things that help us. Understand and comprehend what the creators were trying Tio portray to the general public. And so how does this new playback feature assist with the viewing experience? Well, blind individuals. Many of us use a screen reading technology on our computers and our phones. And we have learned and adapted over time to speed that up on a regular basis. We've also been listening to audio books for years as a member of the National Federation of the Blind. I've been listening to audio books from the library for the blind for many years, and we've always been able to speed up that process because we're listening all the time and in our our ears that kind of trained over time to listen at a quicker speed and so allowing us to do the same thing on on on a show. Like a documentary or some type of other content. It really helps the whole lot. When when you're trying Tio consume such great content in mass quantity. And why is it so important? You mentioned that you've been doing this in other platforms. Why's it so important on a streaming platform like Netflix? Well, I think it's very important because I'm going to watched a lot of content just like anybody else. And honestly, I've been listening to so many things all of my life that when I listen at regular speed, sometimes it can sound a little slower than it that it should. And And so I might. My years kind of wanted a little bit more faster as a blind individual. Because that's what I've been used to listening to my computer, listening to my phone listening to audio books, so it's only a natural process that I would want the speed to be a bit faster on the streaming content that I'm viewing on Netflix or other platforms. You know, as I mentioned earlier, there are directors actors who have pushed back saying This playback option distorts their art and the way it was intended to be consumed. How would you respond to them? Well, I would say to to someone like Director Judd Apatow, who is a person who I love the the programs that he's put together, and I've watched several of his films, There is so much information that they have put out in their content. That audio description allows me as a blind individual to comprehend and observe on DH two Having that speed feature. It just allows me to do better understand and better comprehend what they were trying to portray in their creation. I love a lot of Judd Apatow's work and I think if he understood me is a blind individual and how I consume content, he would be applaud this new feature by Netflix
"apatow" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Which is so, it's such a great examination of that that that documentary and such a good if you haven't seen it the brothers, I haven't seen that all my. Music Oh my God you. First of all you'll love them a lot more. Don't know if that's possible. Try it out. I want to see it. Is that how it? It's on one of those things. Down! Let's circle. Let's read a letter. Okay, this is compete subject. Is Greetings Fellow nutmegger 's? GotTa get. For should've explained I knew what it meant, but as the host of a show I should probably that you love that. He knows how much we love Nutmeg and Nutmeg. Yeah I like. You don't have a very I like it. I, don't have A. eggnog. What else do you have not Meghan? Yeah? sweaty. Glistening. It's so hot in this room by the way, this isn't the letter yet. Okay? Subjects, greetings, fellow Nutmegger, which is a reference to Connecticut nutmeg state. WHO SAT in here? Hi Todd like sexual. No. Hi, an Christian, my name is Pete and to emerge from the great state of Connecticut Meriden to be exact. Do you know some from. Bob Berney for Madden. Yeah, I remember, but also something we should communicate to people is your Latin teacher? A hell of a head of hair Bob Berney. Curley does he does you saw him? Yeah, FACEBOOK! To facebook I. Don't want facebook. Wasted enough time. I'm a wicked huge. Our WIKI WHO's fanny, you guys and loved the podcast. Barrett is a little farther north, so it's got an axe closer to Boston. Yeah, they say wicked there yeah, people might not know that, but in in of Connecticut is. There's a slight accent at a certain point in the state. The People get Boston Red Sox and Boston Dad's right. Patriots Boston Sports Team goes from Rox then the mets over to the side, but we're from the southern part of the state, so we get mets Yankees tri-state area tristate. Yes, I'm wicked, huge fan of you guys in love. The podcast I'm currently working at the post office as a letter carrier up in Washington State and listened and listened to at least two times a day. That's cool, Pete, thank you. I'll download previous shows, and just laugh as I deliver mail. That's cool to think of a man listening to the show this cool yeah. I've always thought it would be fun to be a male care. I'm just. After You get to be outside. You get to know that. Friendly, everyone seems friendly very task oriented, but you don't like dogs. You know why. Dogs like. said that. Get to see what people could just people get? WHO CARES I dunno curiosity. Nosy. You don't want I. Think it might be from HOW MUCH WE LOVE! Mister Rogers neighborhood growing up and there was. I loved that character the mailman how Ya. What would he say saving? Yeah cliff. I think I'm more cliff claybin than shut appetite when it comes to work ethic. Down Low okay, this is back to Pete. Download previous shows, and just laughs deliver mail, Max Cheerio KB, and many more of course grandma jody to. That mailman in Washington state. CRAMMER. Joined the navy back in one thousand nine L. Cool joined the navy back in Nineteen, ninety four and retired here in Washington back in two thousand seventeen. The wife and I love it here and just stayed in the Pacific northwest with two kids I love I want to get married, and it'd be married for a long time and be able to say the wife and I. Yeah, that's not too yeah. I wanted to thank you both for keeping for keeping me laughing during these difficult and trying times. Thanks Pete. With all the social injustice issues protests, and not to mention the ongoing pandemic. Yeah, it's like Oh my God. Remember that number that. I really need this podcast. Every single one. I've listened to has made me laugh literally out. Loud usually in the post interview. So I. Help these laughing so. Now. And said anything funny. He he'd be a maniac. Give us laughing out loud right now, so keep it up and cockatoo wallets speaking Joanna. Thanks again Pete Dow. PS! Can you guys give a quick shadow to my daughter Kayla? Unfortunately, we can't. Her senior year of high school was was pretty much ruined our sorry. Sorry Kayla Kayla Dow. Sorry Kayla, but she stayed as positive as possible and she's attending central Washington University in the fall. Cool, because she out. Okay well, congrats and that must suck senior year too I. Mean We talked about it? I know it wasn't in love with my senior year, but get a look on the bright side. Kayla might have to go to as much. It's pretty cool, but Kayla sounds like somebody who probably wanted to estimates prom media. Anyway, that's cool that Pete and and she's got a daughter daughter I'd. Lose it and it's so hot in here. Look I'm sweating. You're a beat. Yeah Cool that kills Dad taught her to mention her. Anyway. Would you rather would you rather great speed okay? I'm going to read it and what I think is voice. Would you rather happy have a very strong? Sense. or have, your burps sound like a Fart. Weight! Would you rather have your farts have a very fruity scents? Okay I think he means bad fruity. Because there's good fruity time aware Hartford, I'm aware. Bad Friday. Sorry I was telling me audience. I'm sure they're aware to okay. Don't man Splaine Fard smells to me. Or have your burp sound like a Fart burp sound like you'd be like. Selling Fart. I would rather. Doesn't my favorite kind of parts. The ones that can go into they just go up into a register then that only like animals skimming here you know I gotta say I wouldn't really mind either option if I would think of very strong fruity scent, not a good fruit. He said I'm guessing. Pete means a bad for I don't know why you're guessing that. Why would that be bad? If you're also even bad fruity like bad fruity smell the I'm thinking like an air freshener and a car you know. That offensive that it's like affecting everyone around you then I would rather have. My birds BURP sound like farts. Also there's not that much difference in the sound of a Burp Afar, so you could probably the way you can with any. Burger.
"apatow" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Any day. They're trying to like get to Andy as they're nervous as he's seems to be stalking them, and then at the end you realize that Andy, claiming to be Mick Jagger's illegitimate. The basic premise. But then in different moments would cut the rolling stones at concerts, and and in their hotel room performing. And we to, pitch. To the rolling style, my God, so if you can imagine being bad like in Toronto a room with the whole band. Our my God what was that like well, I told to pitch it and I said I'll just jump in with the jokes, but you pitch. Start jumping with with. The jokes. I cut so scared of the band that I did not speak. Out It was like what was. Said nothing. Oh my God well. Yeah, I can imagine that they're all sitting there. There there at your. You had their attention. Tap Their attention. Then you don't want Keith Richards looking at you for half hour straits. Oh, I, but then was amazing I mean then had just courage alive didn't throw him at all. He was fantastic. And I remember, he said you know I want to shoot a kind of like shaky hand held. You know rough. GimMe Shelter Keith. Richards goes all right, but this time. Let's do it without the murder. It trying to be funny or Johnny. Really funny but dark says browse like this. Joe Me. Afterwards you leave the room? And we're outside the door and then has his ear up against the door. He wants to listen to their debate whether or not to make the movie and I'm like. They catch you. Keith Richards will kill. You can't like eavesdrop here and then. We went downstairs. It was at A. High School in Toronto. And we go downstairs and they say you want to watch them rehearse. They were hurting for tour. And then Ron Wood comes down just gives us a thumbs up. And, then they come down and just watch them rehearse for like two three hours, and they performed only for us. There's no one there. It's being banned eight feet from the band watching them. Judd before you. Do you remember when we we had that experience on? How Fun with fleetwood Mac do you remember this? Yes, that was able to that was incredible. What? What was that movie was for well, they were doing. They were on the Sony Lot, just practicing for a tour. A yeah and I think we all just. Way To be allowed to watch them run a show, and if that's what it felt like a felt private concert that they were just saying there's eight people there. The people pulled a couple of. Chairs and couches, and then they just did it at full force. Yeah! That was that was a great one. I've. I've so enjoyed getting to work with you over the years I so value the your creativity and what you've done. I just really happy. I got to do this with you so great. I'm glad I love the show glad I got to be a part of it I'm. Glad I took a caffeine pill and I feel like I was on my game. I'M NOT GONNA LIE TO YOU I. I gave you everything I had. I could talk to you for so long and you've you've just done too much. That I'm curious about, but Hopefully.
"apatow" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"In New York in the city. I'm from Long Island. That's right I i. like to spend more time. There if you could have dinner with three people dead or alive, whom you've never met. Who would you pick three people dead or alive? I? Guess one would have to be Groucho oh. Yeah, you love the Marx Brothers. Buddha. I gotta go. Benda sure Google Groucho Buddha and. Eleanor Roosevelt. A lot of stuff. She could a dinner party. Tell you the dirt I bet she'd be a good time, Charlotte. What's your favorite Marx Brothers Movie Jed out of curiosity I always think about night at the opera. Just because there's something about it makes me laugh because I love. The the Marx brothers hated rich people yes. Yeah. Tuxedo a Marx brothers movie. You knew they were gonNA kick the shit out of the Nipple Pell. They just hated. You know the power structure, and I feel like it's a little kid that duck soup was. They hated governments, but yes, it was like. It was a funny tag. Just rich asshole right and that's what was so great about Margaret Dumont with. She was the perfect I. I've heard that she wasn't really. She didn't know why they were funny. Apparently, yeah, have you ever get the job and yet the show? And the and they're just tormenting her. All those movies. Yeah me, too. Man, who who is your favorite muppet? Is there a muppet that you think I kind of relate to used to watch a lot of sesame street as a kid in the and that I always? Wanted my kids to watch a lot of it just because I was so happy to have an excuse how you watch it again. I probably was into Bert and Ernie. I, it other says something about the friendship of it as a little kid. I mean you could say that. Everything I've ever done is an attempt to do a version of Britain Ernie. That's funny. About friendship and also the. Hardy element I think to. Leave Guy. You're in. Yes, yes, totally comedy meads an irritated person's. Super Bad, is Bert and Ernie. Yeah, yeah, that's true My favorite wants to including. Yeah. Cable got a what about Bob If you have one superpower. What would be I, guess? It would be I. Guess it would be to fly. Yeah, I have a lot of flying dreams. The you fly to specific places or just the idea of being free in this. And sometimes I wake up from a good flying Jim. If you happen to wake up where you remember it, you're so happy the good one. Was Good. Fight they're. kind of what it feels like now. If you could be one age physically for the rest of your life. What would you pick? What's so funny is? When you get older, you have pictures in your house and you. You tend to hang pictures in Philo, the walls, and then you just get older, and you never replace them, I. Mean You don't WanNa replace them because if you keep replacing them. then. You actually see your aging process decline. That's depressing. It turns out that whatever age you hung. The frames is where you think you are because I don't really look at myself in the that much, but I see pictures around the house, and that was twelve years ago so basically I S. it would be twelve years ago. I'd like twelve years like forty. If you could be. Would, you be called unattractive or unfunny? I would rather be called unattractive call myself. Unattractive I've made a point in this pandemic, not groom and just. Let it go, and and I love it. You know you know my family when they have to work and they have to get dressed up and the you know the you're trying to look good and then I grab the same suit every time every offense I literally could be. From in the shower, too in the car in like eight minutes. Drives me crazy. I heard you say that your fashion choices are the same as they were inside the high school. You know an eighth grade on A. Fourteen year old boy runs along that MSA. Because, I can't think of what the new style would yeah. What would you do idea? What is my fashion like a my Eurotrash Guy? Guy Tom Wolfe guy and I just I just give up at some point and go. I don't know I. Guess, I'm just you know in a polo shirt and cargo shorts and I know it's lame, but it's comfortable. Yeah, I see people, my own age who changed their look, and I think, but I also tease them. I think we're. You're cultivating this thing this is. This is brand new as you saw and I'm so bad about because I have friends who you. The get some success in their into fashion, all of a sudden and they love it. They love looking great, and there's nothing wrong with that and I. Always Laugh like you're really doing a whole number now. It seems absurd to me. and to spend money anyway. which which golden girl do you most identify with Dorothy Blanche rose or Sophia? Would you say I have to say that it's betty white because she. Lives near me I've never seen. Nobody boys point to this house and they say lives there. And I want to like. Knock on the door and just go. I'm here if you need me, yeah. Courage never had the courage a while. I feel like you've earned that. Right to cold called, Betty White. have. You ever done that with anyone else somebody that you admire. Just look them up and. What I heard that Phyllis diller live near me, and I hunted down her phone number and they like. This is the number of her secretary. I remembered that these secretary. Faster. And, and then I just. Arabist to call. And then she died out and I. Never I never made it to fill. It was like ninety nine, probably as a result of not having heard from you. Know that would kind of got her excited a little bit. The blood pumping bunch. I felt bad about it. I like man. Over there, but it still hasn't moves me. To do any white direction. Shy like get very sad. Beatles or the rolling stones. Do you prefer? That's a good question. I've never not a big fan of having to choose in. Alley because it's so different and you know me and still are many many years ago, wrote a movie for the rollings. No, they wanted to make a movie. That would be like a story that would then cut to them. Performing and so home I in this is in the. Early mid nineties wrote a movie. About Brett van and a very young Brad Pitt being like almost like dead the. Owns and following them on tour, and then thinking they see a stalker who we wanted to be Andy Dick, and then they're following the toilet keeping any day. They're trying to like get to Andy as they're nervous as he's seems to be stalking them, and then at the end you realize that Andy, claiming to be Mick Jagger's illegitimate. The basic premise. But then in different moments would cut the rolling stones at concerts, and and in their hotel room performing..
"apatow" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Walk hard. Type of stuff. Yeah, but I I'm still trying to make a movie in the model of the movies. That meant a lot to me like diner in terms of endearment. Anyone I'm trying to do and I think that there's a lot of comedies being made for the movie theaters, but that's mainly because other types of movies might make a billion dollars right right and comedies might make a couple of hundred billion dollars or a big one, but the studios are investing in the possibility of a movie that makes a billion dollars, and then they can make seven more right as a result. They're. They're just making less comedies because it's not their highest priority. Right versa loves comedy, so they let let us make our movies, and they've been amazing partners, but I think the industry is a whole. They won to work in China and Russia right. I don't think they're investing in it. The way streaming is investing in comedy where you have these incredible shows like Romney and you know masters, nine and fleabag and. They're giving those same writers who would have made movies ten years. Series right. You said I saw a tweet of yours. Recently. Where you said you're consuming other thing you said I. I've watched everything people tell you to watch. I've I've got everything. Left. But what what have people recommended? What is your next thing? You know what keeps happening? I keep getting into fights with my wife where we'll be watching a show, and we're having a blast and Joe as a couple and then I'll just come home from something, and she's like I, finished it without you. So, I have so many shows her. Happy so much fun watching. On season three inches like I watched age when you went to the store, I can help myself. I'm very excited about. The. I guess maybe excited isn't the right word I don't know yet, but keeps saying that zero zero zero show I'm supposed to watch okay most the watch founder I happen, watch founder and I haven't watched. I'm only on episode three of normal people. Catch these are all. You know it's like high school people and there's a lot of sexual stuff, and at some point you know. We looked at each other and lend feel kind of weird right now. Weird. So we like we took a break. We're GONNA. Jump back in, but it's like I know these are people who are older than eighteen performing this, but it's still. Watching the high school banging right down I don't know and graphic. You mentioned the show euphoria. I don episode of Euphoria and I felt like I was eighty years old. And my daughter is in it. Luckily,.
"apatow" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"You know. How do You afford that you implying you must not pay them very. Well well, how does that work right? Away. He said. I actually pay them ridiculously well, make a point of really overpaying them, and I'll tell you. Why do because people come to Hollywood? And usually they get treated like shit when they get here. People really abuse them and then for the rest of their life. They're Kinda better and they. They're allowed to now of everyone below the so by treating them with so well the second they get here, I feel like I might change the entire way. They treat everyone the rest of their their lot. Yeah, yeah, and the cumulative effect I thought. Who? Thinks like that. You can have that notion. Is Such a beautiful appropriate way to think yeah, and of course I never did. But it was quite a lesson had followed it. Yes, true and it probably would have profound if enough people because there aren't that many people at the levers you know if enough of them behave that way, it would probably radically alter. The entire industry, and also his encouragement of me I mean I always talk about channeling. David militants. Some key moments was encouraging so after I did funny people. which you know I. I love the movie, but it certainly was a dark movie. Yeah! and. I was trying to decide how I. Felt about it. And he he just was very positive. Really praised me, and he said hey no. Like you move me, you know many times during this movie. You really touched me. And I know what you're trying to do and keep going. Keep going in that direction Don't retreat this. You're on the path. Go in that direction, and that's why I did. This is forty I mean he hearing him state. Yeah, yeah, that Kinda validation, and realizing that that's my job with other people. I got an email from you to this day is one of the nicest things anyone said about. It was after you had seen I think Herbie Herbie fully loaded. The last great. Yeah, but I was happy to do it and have that job, but the last thing I thought. Was that it would? It would lead to an email from somebody like you and it was again. I mean that that you do know. I was GONNA. Say you have no idea how encouraging. That isn't how far that goes, but you do. It seems like which is probably well. We all work so hard and it's so meaningful when people pay. What you do, notice strong work, and anytime anyone succeeds. I wish try to reach out to people just call. Man that I mean I. Remember seeing that movie and going. So funny. Movies that you see you, just go like I know it's like it's Herbie, but man. The executed all sorts of stuff like no better than you would expect a yeah, but it is genuinely really strong things in it I. Remember freaky Friday was like that yeah yeah yeah. Waters ethnic. And it was just like. Wow, they really completely pulled. pull off I was really. Drawn Fund and I. Don't think people realize how hard how hard it can be. Yeah, yeah, kind of movies so hard to make work every genre you know. We always respect the movies that are like depressing heavier like oh! Yeah, they're. They're really going forward. But but but even just comedy and lighter. Touch, touch right, no miracle if anything works well, of course, that's why I love your movie. I mean like you do that better than anyone. I. What is what is the? What is the next challenge for you? You've made a lot of documentaries now. That are really profound. I would say the brothers, one and Garry shandling one. What do you want to do next? What is the next challenge? I usually don't think about it in that way i. just wait for something that. We're the being obsessed over. Right directed a movie and five years I i. had one or two things fall apart, but it. It took me a while to find subject matter that I felt like was a worry of investigating obsessed. Over and dug into some areas, I felt like I had. Done yet. Because I I did WANNA make a movie about sacrifice movies about? Firemen nurses and the risks, people are willing to take help. Other people and right. I wanted the movie to come out now and not wait a year for its being theaters because I thought. This relates to what we're all going through world traumatize. We were all grieving. That's what pedes character story is about is how he deals with the loss of his dad. And you know it's a comedy it about how we process traumatic events in our lives, and so I thought you wanted to be out. There ended is attributed to first responders, so I tried to be a little less obsess with box office, and all that, because even the movies that no one went to see in a theater. Ten years later. People call me and. I was so walk hard for the third time. Yeah and you realize. Oh, everyone catches. Up with it. I'm happy it's. It's going to be avail- well, cable is a good example of that I mean cable guy was considered a hit at the time, and it's one of the most. Beloved. Comedies now I think. So so. A lot of the work that you're doing a lot of comedies you make, are you? You have a producer role on it. is it like well like walk card? Is it challenging judd to give the reins over to somebody else to give leeway to filmmakers especially when you maybe disagree creatively, how how do you I mean most of the time it works out I think those people are way better at what they're than I am, so we're doing walk hard. Which is Jake Chasms idea? And I wrote it with Jake Jake's just such an amazing director, and it was written for him to direct, but also the entire time does making it. I thought I'm not capable of doing all the things he's doing. Right now I mean here's a real mastery of cinema that I many steps behind trying to catch up, but I'm not quite there yet, and I felt that way when we did Superman. Through my my hat in the ring on super bad because I thought this needs almost like a scorsese like energy to not just be a bad highschool movie it needs. It needs a higher level of cinema whose work in Greg. MOTTOLA seemed like he would do such a better. Off than me and he did. Everything I dreams that he would do and his his work. With Seth and Evan on the revisions was really remarkable and human, and that's part of my job is to know when I will ruin. And what about now? Where do you think comedy is headed? I know this is a pretty open ended question. Are you concerned that the social media culture for example is is making comedy too obvious will comedic nuance get lost with the shorter attention spans. Are you ever afraid of that I have multiple minds on it. You know sometimes was great comedy that comes out that I never see or I find no interest in and I, think getting old because I'm not. To this thing that people love right. Force myself to watch and going. I gotta get it, but. Now. Or is that fine and is not about me getting older? It's just whatever that's not the kind of thing that I liked so I will have those moments idea. Is it over? And then other times I think no. I like a certain type of. Comedy for the most part I mean I love riding super silly. Walk hard. Type of stuff. Yeah, but I I'm still trying to make a movie in the model of the movies. That meant a lot to me like diner in terms of endearment..
"apatow" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Was in the movie all this stuff can eat that sandwich yeah. Who's better Sinatra Mathis. End for some reason as a little kid had stuck with me, we make up stuff. On. The writers Hafetz they love it i. just thought so credible because I think. It was because it was on my favorite movies of all time. And the first thing I ever did where they were scripts was I wrote on three Tom Arnold specials. They were called the naked truth. It would be like Tom Arnold is going to solve the environment. There's Tom Arnold is going to solve this problem, and it's like get a reality based comedy sequences. Little into minute sketches. We did one with Frank Zappa. We did one with a Martin Mall. Sandra Bernard did one. All these amazing people that Roseanne knew would would do these. Wherever they airing, Jed. Where would something like that on HBO? We did one with Chris Farley where Chris Farley Been Doing Jackie. Thomas show with Tom. It was a seagulls where he was going to teach Chris how to meet women, and he has like an earpiece at the mall. It was Chris Walking up to strangers like sitting on them. And I just remember that Krista thing. That was so funny. He sees like two pretty girls, and it's all real There's no actors and. He's walking with yogurt. And when he gets like eight feet in front of them, he just trips on purpose and lands like we're his. Chest lands on top of I. Guess Full Yogurt then jumps. Hey, how's IT gun? At your pretty. We wouldn't ref. Thought. Or anything else funny. We just thought I. Guess you get a bunch of stuff? And then when I worked as stiller, Ben would reflect crazy are bad. Yeah, and I just any sketch we did then we just keep going. I didn't even know what Improv was. I just knew then keeps going. I don't ain't. No one explained like second city in the Herald Rhino. Just ben has a lot of things he wants to try a and then when we did. The Cable Guy Van was director. I watched him. Guide Jim through. HOW INTERESTING! What was it like watching Ben to wreck? Jim, Carey, I got I would love to have been a fly on the wall for that. It was like a an incredible moment because you know Jim to each venture. Yeah, yeah, and he did the mask right, and then he did, or maybe as you're dumb and dumber, the mass one after another, who right so he has, they're all the biggest movies ever. Yeah all amazing. And then he wanted to do something different. He definitely want to say to the world I want to show some other who moves other attitudes. I want to do something darker, so he was excited to do a really strange movie, which was kind of making fun of movies like hand that rocks the cradle. Another movie we loved it was called unlawful and. There was a railroad and you know it's the new guy in town that you think is your friend and then slowly realize he's trying to destroy you there. You know there's a lot of those kind of movies then and. The cinematographer of unlawful entry brick was at prison was a does Robert Els Witte. who who? We are net for cable guy I'll wow. We didn't hire him. And then he did cookie nights, and and and he did king of Staten Island. Yeah Oh! You, know Ben I I didn't know how to do any of this. I was watching Ben but work with Jim at the time. I was writing Larry Sanders show right. They brought you in as it to do rights on it. That's what I read. I was doing revisions I was the producer of the movie and you know it's always just peak, Jim. On fire so funny Ben so passionate about it and we laughed so hard everyday onset. rightous laughter, and then the movie we put it together and put the score on it. It was just way scarier than we realize understand. Cracking oh my. We see it in the crowd is like you know we're getting utilized. They're also kind of terrified like. Really think Jim is GonNa Murder, Matthew hitting well that character negativity has to kind of turn dark I think. Jim was doing something that we almost didn't quite understand when we shot. Just, he was so committed he and so vulnerable yet as an actor that there was real sadness. Yes, they were real neediness, and that's why I think twenty four years. Yeah, movie came out. People Still Watch it and holds up. Because it's not just light like there's real emotion. There's really it's about. I mean God that whole speech at the end about his by the Internet. It's about what's going to happen to the world with the explosion of the Internet, and and its about. Yeah, because you're literally predicts everything. Yes, I mean he's like one day we will combine our television and computer. And you'll be able to A. Friend and Yes yes yeah, it's just so good and I've always been so curious about it. you can see Matthew Broderick laughing and a lot of those. A lot of Teams coverage I remember about you. You have these long scenes or Jimmy just ride and spades and going. Steve! And he would just like and these long rants. There were so troubling. Yeah, you know about setting hookers and. Stuff like that. Yeah, they managed. To me, he's like. I can't think of a new way to react to this. Match Your Broderick so good I? Mean that's not easy to do. Yeah that's seen specifically. It's one of the greatest scenes I think. In any comedy when they're having eggs, it's. Once you don't. Get Cold. Get Out of my house. It's so it's just the best That he tried the hooker out to make sure, she was good for him, and then assuring that.
F9 to be released online due to coronavirus
"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you have been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of theaters that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that it doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is gonna be streaming is vast of night as I'm in and it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma high and you're welcome to wanting Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide in drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the at Montclair mission tiki opening night and day you know unique experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have had lights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements a lone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that's odd about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heartless to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of virus because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it would really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really playing in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies
F9 to be released online due to pandemic
"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you were been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of feeders that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is going to be streaming is vast of nine as I mentioned it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma hi Andrew welcome to winning Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide and drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the Montclair mission tiki opening night and do you know if you need to experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have headlights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements alone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that are about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heart was to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of iris because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it will really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really plain in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies
'Trolls' went straight to homes. Movie theaters are fuming.
"Funny I also saw another story as I was coming on the air about universal the movie group they were the first studio to jump I have a movie to go straight to streaming during corona virus they made one hundred million dollars alone just by releasing the new trolls movie but AMC movie theaters they're not happy and so AMC which is the world's largest theater chain says it will no longer play any movies from Universal Studios is not wild we got a feud in the movie world okay this is they're telling me if they come out with another trolls movie during a non pandemic time period they're not gonna show in their theater I don't think so that's what it says they are and they're going to universal's planning to release more movies both in theaters and direct to home formats after the success they have Judd Apatow's the king of Staten Island coming out June twelfth universal responded that its goal is to entertain people sheltered at home and still believes the theatrical experience and it made no comment to the
"apatow" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"You can tell we're in my house because someone's ringing the bell who is probably Coralie. Probably knows we without him. And he's he's he has a sensor they're talking so he probably got into his vintage stop anyway but he's not here. I I just WanNa say I do love the Guy. He's he's a maestro. Yeah do you think that it's wrong that we're talking about him when he's not here to snow for himself or no. No that's the best time to talk about people behind their back. Yes yes. I grew up Irish Catholic as you all know and I grew up in a family where you never confronted anybody at all. You just don't what you do. Is You wait till they're out of the room? Don't you think that that's wrong? That you should talk to someone. Yes directly early wrong okay. Okay so you're doing it. It's I mean other things that are wrong. We keep doing right right. I still eat pizza. I'm not supposed to eat pizza. Hut Pizzas Amazing. Yeah no it's terrible. It's wrong but this is the best time to talk about garlic because he can't stand up for himself because when people defend themselves. It's just a waste of time. It's it's it's it's a time waster. Does that even mean it means that when someone says wait a minute you just said that? I'd like to defend myself. That's all time wasted so in your perfect world you just go after someone. They don't stick up for themselves. They can't they're not they're they're that's awful so anyway Gowrali. He's does it upset you that he's so popular in the podcast world and you just started off in this. It doesn't really bother me I have. I'm very good at reverting to my own narcissism. My Narcissism saves me. It's like iron man's shell using a narcissist. We are okay narcissist pretty. Have you looked at the news lately? Narcissist killing nurses are killing it out there anyway. So No girly. He does it. Let's let's list his positives quickly and then move on to the good stuff. He's really nice. He's very nice. He's very friendly from an affable chap. He got he's got a lovely funny beautiful wife Yes he seems to be good at a lot of things. He made like these beautiful craftsman style lamps act like they were made by. I mean a professional. You Know Handy Handy Handy and then I just think that he you know he sometimes gets in my grill. Uc Do that. Yes which is what for someone who's known you for not that long. It's actually impressive. That he he does that. He Ki- He fights back. Yeah I think in the early episodes of this show. Gowrali didn't know who was like. Oh my God this guy's coming after me you know and let's face it. I am Unknown figure in the world k sort of like a a whatever. I Dunno John Deere. Oh my God I'm just listing. People that are also known. That's not a right or Betty Crocker. What won't mind didn't eat enough and one there's Corley trying to get in again to stop me from relating girly now once in. Can you hear that grow. Wants in because he knows. I'm about to list Betty Crocker and Gandhi and on sentence got my point is what is the point really. I just wanted to I wanted. You WanNa make fun of when he's not here. You know what I'm realizing right now. It's not is fun when he's not here there you go. Isn't that Nice? 'cause I can't see. His face contorted in a he. He looks like he's enraged. Yeah but he gets this constipated. Look when I'm going after him? You know he does and I. He's not here and that makes it less fun so and so. I'm not going to stop because of moral reasons okay. I'm stopping because I I like to see my victim as I attack. So we learned a valuable lesson here which was which is you know you usually like to talk about some behind their back. But if you do that you can't see them feel pain. Feel Tho- Mike. This worked out. You've really matured. I think I took a big step here. Sonal thank you good. I'm glad see some value to meeting in my basement and talking a little bit about girly and learning how to say drink tea still not not your version of spill. The tea is probably not going to catch on. You'll see okay all right sixteen year. Old Girls Everywhere. You're going to be saying. Oh my God brew the tea and then removed the detritus with Mesh. Then let it cool and then sip all right. Okay all right. We should get out of the basement. It's it's home you want to go..
"apatow" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Conan O. Trust me we have not driving a key on the way home Thank you so much for doing this. This was thank you okay. Let me explain what's happening right now. we are actually at my house. Were in the basement of my house where it's nice and quiet and it's SONAE and We had to tape some ads To to go out and then I realized. Hey we're here without our producer girly so this is our chance to dish on that Gowrali. Not here. Now don't get me wrong. I Love Girls Coral. That's why call him girls some of your nicknames. What they're not great girls G. O. U. R. L. Z. Z. Okay it's corals anyway. He's not here. So this is our chance to talk about him. dish sip a little. Tease the kids saying Oh my God they say I don't know honestly I've I've heard my daughter say it. Is it sip a little t? You know what? Isn't it spill? The tea it's not. Well that's because your dishing. You're you're dishing some hot gas if you've got something to add. He doesn't have a microphone. No but he can. You can just lean in and say what does it play. Yeah I think it's like you say somebody and you say like and that's not and that's the Gos- I like saying let's brew the tea. Oh let's brew the tea or let's let the tea steep those aren't good. What's let thi steep than will use some sort of mash to Keep all little detritus out of the cup and then we'll pour the into the cup. Enjoy the hence gossip like my way of saying it long. Well Cer- process. Doesn't it take so long? Can't you just say spilled the tea? Not that's not what the way I like to say. Okay brew not let it steep so the nutrients and flavors from within the leaf can become part of the broth then. Strain aforementioned T- X. extracting with Mesh all detritus and then SIP. That tea as it goes from warm to you. You know you're laughing and you're always putting a microphone away. Denying me of the one thing. I really need which is laughter. You need it so badly yes I do. You're like a drug addict in. That's the draw. I was GONNA say like Tinkerbell but I remember you made that analogy in the documentary shot ten years ago. Where you're like tinkerbell like you need applause or else you die without laughter and applause. I die. I'm sorry I moved. The microphone. Wants you not laughing at me. Then I don't exist. Well not only did you. I'm laughing but you needed to make sure people knew I was laughing so if I haven't made someone laugh within a twenty four hour period it means I never did exist. All my past history is erased. It's a weird thing. It's sort of like what's that movie with. Leonardo di Caprio where buildings fold into themselves the revenue and yeah. Yeah the revenue in remembering the rabbinate. How skyscrapers folding on themselves. Yeah sorry line okay so anyway inception. Oh what are we being nice to me girl? He's not here. Okay let's talk okay. Our chances spill the girls girls yeah. Let's brew removed to try to drink. Spill said T if there's any leftover after we drink it on now. Listen I love the Guy? And he doesn't Amazing Job. Do He's considered a god in the podcast world. I know and he does a look. You can tell we're in my house because someone's ringing the bell who is probably Coralie. Probably knows we without him. And he's.
"apatow" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Wait jet black. I like Paul Manafort. I literally Y. Am I taking fashion advice from Jon? Lovitz I'd always embraced like I am not cool. I cannot like I'm thirteen years old. I don't like you know. Sometimes people e pick up a look like suddenly like Wes Anderson looks like Tom Wolfe or something and it works and then you have friends like Puffy figues suddenly as wearing three piece suits in a top hat and I'm always like what would that be what would become Eurotrash or what. What is my look and give up like nope. It's eighth grade at Sei asset high school. That's all it is. I can't be cool I. It's not going to happen. And just always amazed that people like Jeff Goldblum who? He'll just decided that he's going to dress. Like a crooner in the nineteen twenties and wear glasses that were made in Germany in eighteen fifty. And do it and it's all like of course yes. Harare Jeff Governmental Works. He pulls it off. We can't do that. No and it and it sucks though that if we did it would look so crazy like I have friends who are actors. They'll have completely gray hair and then I'll see like a month later and they've just like black hair and then the next year they've like red here and no one blinks. I guess I'm I'm a chameleon I can change. I can be anything and I'm like I'm slowly turning into Santa Claus but if I if I suddenly went black hair I look nuts like I look completely crazy so I have to like except my decay. I can't be like Dick Clark like with black hair at eighty five years old right and it's I I'm kind of fascinated with what would happen if I had A. Let's say a two month. Hey it s for my show for whatever reason and I went and got a lot of stuff done to my face. Would people say stuff to me? That's a tough thing. I don't know that you would say that people don't say it's assignment cal. America's got talent. You know. He did that again. His face is completely different. And it's not like a contestants like you don't like what I did. Face.
"apatow" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Well it is brought me into a miserable pet. I remember Steve. Carell was Jimmy Kimmel and he did his first talk show appearance right. I don't know if it was four virgin. Or maybe it was for the off the office which aired Just before the Virgin came out and he was nervous. Any just started sweating but sweating like Albert Brooks level broadcast news life and not even like an exaggeration like it was like a level of sweat. You've never ever seen before and we're watching it and we're like it's Kim again mentioned the sweat like get acknowledge it and and the audience is tightening up. And it's just it's way too much sweat. And then Steve finally like commented like I'm sweat a lot and Jimmy was like. Oh my God thank you for saying like it pop the moment but it was like one of those where you're like. Oh No I've seen that happen close. Yeah we're always that guy new matter what like I saw Levitz. I may have told you. The story On your show but I I saw Lovett's at this party and he looked great. I'm like John. You Look Great. He's like yeah. This new shampoo control G X in your hand. It makes Daca and then if you want to dock your shampoo it again and then when you like it yes stop using it and so whereas I got the shampoo and I use way too much with my my hair. Wait jet black. I like Paul Manafort. I literally Y. Am I taking fashion advice from Jon? Lovitz.
"apatow" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"His breath sounds terrifying. I don't think I don't think I wanNA meet him now. I mean it makes you know his acting and his comedy like really immediate and funny and I actually think of a more in a way. It's like an expression of a lot of the way kids feel today. There's a lot of anxiety and pressuring depression and there. There are struggling in a way. That's different than we did as kids and it's hard to know exactly what the source of it is but he feels that you probably more than most people because he's gone through more than most people but I think people relate to this vibration he puts off. Which is I'm struggling. I'm trying to laugh and have fun and be a good guy but it's hard like life's hard and I'm really trying to figure it out and I think that's the way a lot of kids feel. Yeah so that's that that's why there's a disconnection he represents in some way what's happening in decide geist. Yeah you could just word I throw around but I never really understand what it means. Yes yes you know. One of my favorite things I forgot to mention in the documentary. But it's also in the book. Is you talking specifically about Gary being on your show bombing And what it felt like to watch it and be a part of it and be in it. I was in it. Gary was in a bad place in his life and I think in his health yellow. I don't even think he knew it yet and He came on my show and he had all these as you know he always had notes always had notes and papers and he's back stage and I remembered reading basically what we're going to talk about an rough outline form and it was just. GonNa all be hilarious. And then he had thrown all of it out yes and he said the show on the way to the show and he had all these papers and he was flipping through them. And I could see just wild scratchings scrawlings on them and he was saying you know maybe maybe instead of I'm not GONNA do that instead. Maybe but if you just but also and. I put my hands on his shoulders and I just said Gary it's just me it's just me and it's just like this is not you going on Johnny Carson for the first time and it's make or break. I was trying to say this really doesn't matter in your life. But he came out and he was so in his head and he kept looking at himself in the Monitor and Co commenting on how he looked and how he wasn't. What will people say about how I look and it it just the whole thing and I was trying to help him but I couldn't and I was right there and I'm the host and I felt like it's my job as the host to make everybody look great and I couldn't do it and it was really painful and so you brought data?.
"apatow" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Brando. People keep thanking Rambo for things. Because I mean I always look at it like I'm just a comedy fan as a kid. I would obsessively watch the Mike Douglas. Show and every once in a while there'd be a new comic and I I would track them the way a kid would track an athlete. Like Oh my God. Who's at Michael Keaton? Guy And he'd be doing stand up and then I'd hear always got a TV show with Jim Belushi and then. Suddenly I'd be watching working stiffs and then it's cancelled immediately like always got this this movie night shift and I would track them so I always think of it more like like that. It's just now I see people and I think oh I like them. I'd I wish they were in a movie. I don't know if people will give them one. Maybe I can try to help make it happen but it's more like I wanna see the movie. It's funny because I was going through my diaries. Just the other day had like years and like in two thousand and two just said connected to nothing. Maybe I should make a movie with Seth Rogan as the lead which you know coming off of undeclared being cancelled and it wasn't like the most obvious thought like wait. I think he should be the star of a major motion picture but in my head as a Fan. I just thought I think that's the funniest of everybody right now. I I wonder what that would be. And that just continues. I just finished a movie with Pete Davidson. And we met him five years ago when he was a kid and I thought well that's clearly a guy that could carry these movies even as a nineteen year old. It was pretty obvious. I was talking to John. Mullany and Pete Davidson came up and I was saying yeah. What is it about Pete Davidson? Because he does have This aura and I can't quite identify what it is. And he was saying John. Mullany was saying He really feels like he's like a young Sinatra like if she sees Sinatra footage of Sinatra funny in one thousand nine hundred four Four Sinatra. Has this kind of it's slightly twitchy but menacing but also vulnerable like it's this whole package it you just go like. Who's that guy? Who is that guy? I don't know who that guy is. But and I don't really know Pete Davidson's stand up you know. I'm always reading about something that happened. After he did his stand up or this incredibly beautiful woman he was seen with before the stand up after the STANDUP. But I've I I don't really know his work. Well he's one of those people he doesn't know how to not be completely raw an honest and tell you exactly what his head at any moment right. There's just no censor whatsoever. It's just a live feed from..
An Interlude Of Clarity With Judd Apatow | Encore
"There's never a good time to fall if your couch onto Martini Glass Knick a major blood vessel and begin losing a dangerous amount of blood but having this happened in the middle of a promising date is an especially bad time. I demonstrated this last spring while on my fourth date with Brazilian woman so beautiful. I was almost afraid of her her after dinner in a home Italian restaurant we walked back to the apartment had just moved into in Brooklyn living in the city for the first time without roommates I was eager to take advantage of my newfound. You found privacy and things were going. Well there's something romantic about drinking from fancy glasses in an unfurnished room full of unpacked boxes. Miles Davis's in a silent silent way spun on the record player. I was amazed to have gotten this far as my friends are sick of hearing it made no sense to me that a gorgeous woman in her early twenty s who spoke four languages at live on three continents with spending Saturdays with me a thirty one year. Old bookish type from Pittsburgh each outing felt as if if I were sneaking into an exclusive club at the end of the night I always feared I'd be discovered and asked to leave. I realized that meeting someone. Wonderful is the whole point of dating but actually being with someone wonderful can be too stressful for me to enjoy. This stress is typical for me. I've been on anti anxiety medication for about ten years and on daytime consistently ask myself. Was that the wrong thing to say. Do I seem nervous. Will obsessing about being nervous make me appear more nervous not unusual question to ask yourself when meeting new the people but for me they can be paralyzing. Even the evening goes well. I often appreciated only later in from distance as if it had happened to someone else like dating into third person so far my success with this particular woman had been an exercise ignoring the reality of it which apparently also led me ignore the reality of my surroundings in general ask unraveled herself from our embrace on the couch to use the bathroom. I fell into the after dinner drinks at left on the floor. The glass slicing into the soft underside of my upper arm. Uh when I looked down I glimpsed my exposed triceps and more blood than I'd ever seen in my life. The cut had gone nearly to the bone. This is not the first time a date it ended with me in the emergency room. I seem to have a knack for it. My College Gopher served under-cooked chicken that gave me hallucinations in a fever of one hundred and four years later my attempt to Cook Breakfast for another woman ended in second degree Burns after I managed to set fire to a paper towel but the severity of his injury. It's unfortunate timing and the fact that I was naked Bacon all broke new ground
"apatow" Discussed on AP News
"Premise switch places I think you and you how to thirty one and one Apatow daughter of filmmaker Judd Apatow stars in the HBO series euphoria even though she's been in several of her father's films going back to our childhood she says she still gets nervous sometimes on campus your family excite is your first time on a late night show this is my first time yeah I'm so nervous when the late show with Stephen Cole bear and she's twenty one and that's our birthday round up for this weekend December fourteenth and fifteenth I'm Bob Kessler Utah had to throw away thousands of gallons of drinkable beer after state law changed to allow higher alcohol brews the Utah department of alcoholic beverage control disposed of beer worth almost eighteen thousand dollars on Friday authorities say they were legally required to dump the beer from state owned liquor stores because the new law allowed those appears to be sold in private stores instead Utah had long prohibited grocery and convenience stores from selling beer stronger than four percent alcohol by volume everything else was sold at state liquor stores the law went into effect October thirty first ended increase that limit to five percent because the state owned stores can't stock anything available on the open market officials discounted beers between four and five percent before Halloween then threw away everything that was left I'm Ben Thomas with an AP news minute North Korea says it's performed the second test in a week and its long range rocket launch site north Korea's army says findings will be used to develop new weapons to allow the country to reliably counter U. S. nuclear threats that's being seen as an indication the tests likely involve intercontinental ballistic missiles that could potentially reach the US North Korea has been trying to pressure the trump administration for concessions with leader Kim jong-un's year end deadline for nuclear negotiations approaching international climate talks in Madrid appear to be floundering over disagreements and observers warn delegates risk on doing or stalling commitments made in the two thousand fifteen Paris climate accord Alden Meyer is with the union of concerned scientists never have I seen the almost total disconnection we've seen here at top twenty five in Madrid between what the science requires on the people of the world demand and what the climate negotiators are delivering in terms of meaningful action Mississippi's governor says he will ask the US Supreme Court to uphold the state's ban on abortion and fifteen weeks about comes a day after a federal appeals court ruled the ban unconstitutional supporters have been aiming for the Supreme Court all along hoping it could lead to the overturn of roe versus Wade which legalized abortion rights nationwide so good luck with president trump visited the army locker room before the one hundred and twenty eighth edition of the army navy game armies black knights are trying to win their fourth in a row that makes.
Judd Apatow says tiffs with wife Leslie Mann make for a 'healthy' marriage
"Comedy director Judd Apatow doesn't care that a fight with his wife made headlines he leads today's birthday round up after being asked on the view about reports of an argument with his wife Leslie Mann and in LA restaurants what do you find about well everything I mean you know what I did was really if I was going to more of a a ten feet we engage and I think that's why our relationship is helping me get a call and what do you say we so you guys that you were like debating something in a restaurant is like really have you been married do you know what to do Jennifer tells fifty
"apatow" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"It was like there were the two groups one was was like Kinda like the party group. that was the most popular I would say I wasn't in that although I was friends with everyone in it sure where the athletes as well. Some of them were on my cheerleading squad. And yes some guys. We're football player. Yeah they seem to get a fast ask past the football players in the popular. Do they do rob. Were the most popular in your school football players. Yeah I guess so. Yeah Okay Rob were what were would you give yourself about a ten I didn't I was with kids not at my school that we're all like older musicians. That's a move those now. was that a reaction to loose wayne how that came to be. I was friends with all the like Jok. People Elementary School junior junior high. Okay let's sports and then high school kind of was like blaze through no visit because though you did not feel like you're being embraced by that group because now I too had a satellite group of friends not in my high school but that was largely response to me in ninth and tenth grade feeling like no one really liked me. So that's cool all go hang out with these gearhead friends. I have had a little bit to do with it. A little mix match in broiled chicken little leg all here. We're all on the same trailer. Dusty Settle Oh bless this mess in newhall California Equa finality. Oh equa finality. So many roads leading to one play where it yesterday that word to me is very soothing soothing. I like it to Dhaka finality. It sounds like water I think. Equa finality BECUA- finality. What was I saying? Aqua- finality I think. Think Aquafina should be a thing too because all streams lend up in the ocean so they would offer nine. Oh you're right okay pod epitaph okay. Yeah Judd so I just felt sad for him that he had lost someone he loves so much. Yeah but I will. I will keep your memory alive. ARLO maybe I'll die. Oh will die together. That'd be fun. Be Great Yeah. We're like Let's see I would be one hundred to your ninety. Yeah and our. You're visiting me and my retirement community and I'm hammered and even though I have agreed that I I drive a golf cart. 'cause I'm only stay in the community. We do decide to go off property or crossing a pretty busy road and we're in laugh and we're in the middle of a good lab thing Budweiser truck boy. Turns into dust wall. That's kind of the dream right. Well sure also. Is it a men's only retirement new new. Now live there. Y- I just think you're still like on your own living in the city still skill I'm out in Arizona. I am a double wide. Wow he mentioned that there was a bear on some movie that killed his trainer. Leaner uh-huh that was Steven K Miller. The trainer not the they would give the bear. Three cool. Steven K Miller was in American animal trainer. Wrangler and stunt double who was killed by a bear while making a promotional video. Not even a movie likes Miller had worked as a trainer at Predators and action and animal training facility operated by his by his cousin. Randy Miller Randy Miller is the one who owned owned fucking Bart the bear no. He's the one who owned a New York Seltzer water why old lifestyles of the rich and famous. The DADS started New York Seltzer Water and then he turned the whole company over to his son. The twenty four years old and he's the subject of a lifestyle enriches famous. He announces a new flavor by base. Jumping off the roof of the Mondrian drag races cars. He has pet tigers. He's walking through the office and they're almost attacking people. That guy then went into animal wrangling. That's him I am so this is one of the fucking Sun. The Sun Randy. Yes Randy had sweet long hair of fucking. I mean he is so so awesomely eighties in that light sauce shirts the same Randy Miller. How's it because I know he's gone into Predator animal wrangling? Oh my God. The company went belly up but he probably after this incident but he had accumulated some wild big cats from got so he hired his cousin. And then I didn't know that this is a big update because okay so yeah Randy Miller that trains wild and exotic animals for film and Television appearances at the time of his death. Miller was not working as a trainer but was attempting to perform a bear wrestling stunt supervised by Randy. What could could be worse watching a loved one? Get attacked by a bear in your entire. You're supposed to be quote in charge until you this. I'm not afraid of a Lotta Motor sports stuff. I'm terrified animals I they are so unpredictable. Yeah every time you see like animals attack. TV show you know it'd be like clips you've always someone on a talk show with a bear that bear on a nowhere just goes berserk and attacks or these fucking cats get real lion or a tiger. You can't ever trust they're not gonNA each that you know that siegfried and Roy. Yeah and you couldn't be closer to some tigers. The May were and the one got mauled right. I think severely yeah. We're really just playing with fire on these movie sets and TV's juggling handgun so good at it but God it also just goes to show like actors actors feel like they just can't say you can't because they'll just hire somebody also do it wall. Say what I suffered from his. You've grown up watching movies your whole life. In movies people interact with animals they jump off cliffs and all his when I was doing without a paddle. I felt like somehow. This has been organized in a why does save. Yeah I know and it wasn't until I watched the stunt man get hurt where I was like. Oh No no one hears impervious to getting really fucked up doing this stuff. You're doing the stuff I'm gonNA. They do a show where I'm just bed. Ridden the whole Mike six seasons. Oh my goodness so. I'm just Kinda napping there is it a will she. Won't she get out of the badly Adler the whole tax. Write a couple times. You actually get your feet onto the ground. While that then we'll see what happens so much thinner than the people I associate with staying in bed for six years like what we would call shut ins sure that you don't have the physique of shut in. Well you're GONNA have to wear probably I have to say at a fat suit now. It's not what I named but in show business you're GONNA have to wear a fat suit. Well I can break the stereotype put on the weight. pull a cruel the way on away guys no. You don't have to be larger to be a shut in you don't have to. You can have just a Gora phobia via the bed. kind of right Ruma Phobia. Yeah anyway to get on that. Okay okay so you said Ed. Roseanne Barr right but the show the new news show got twenty five million viewers quadrupled what any show had gotten in the last last fifteen years. oops I forgot to back that last part. It's going to be right. I don't think it's right but the first episode of Roseanne Delivered at eighteen point two million viewers and a five point one rating among adults. Eighteen to forty nine. Just put that in. The context blesses masters Hit comedy it gets like I think. Three and a half million viewers. Kristen show is the hit comedy. I think it's like two point. Six million viewers right right and this got eighteen on the opening. That's crate so in that case it is six times as much as like your other shows. That's true but I wonder what the next biggest against the next biggest would probably be the Where they're geniuses Big Bang theory right which Camara I only yeah? This series fell from its height and it concluded with a ten point three still insane stones still a humongous hit nats almost impossible. Yeah yes I thought it was really interesting since he knows her when his thoughts on her and her mental illness and all of that he thinks enough thinks he's like she has mental illness. She talks about that and stand up yes and he interviewed her for his book. Oh speaking of that book sick in the head is fantastic. It is so oh good I have it and it's just interviews with all these different comedians but the interviews are really good and and very interesting. Yeah it's a good read. I think it's cute that he's returned interviewing so many times started as a kid calling his comedians and getting on the phone with them. That's true by accident and basically what a cool full circle and yeah he's really manifested. Some stops your house okay. People were confused towards the end. He brought his friend or his his friend came. Yeah I was confused. I was confused. I thought he had something to do with a new project that he was maybe promoting route to see at a buddy stop by. Yeah because I think they'd together we're going to go to the next thing so it was like. Hey come in for a bit. His name was Wayne was so nice. Very nice very funny. I think he's a comedian. Good looking gene. Connie sexy rich all the vox. All the boxes were checked Okay so he talks about the this movie called Daddy Long Lags and it's a dad and his kid and then he said I think maybe that's his real kid but it's not or it was not the kids are not his real kids but they are brothers. There's the two children siblings okay but bear no relationship to the lead actor right other than friends. I I think friends lifetime. Yeah I think Well this is just a thought. I had that since he grew up around people well who he identified as being so funny and stars like Adam Sandler and he was like Oh. I just know this person's going to be the biggest star on the world and I bet that's subconsciously actually did give him some competence or he just has some magic where he can identify what is actually real. There's something special and people and I think he can identify that thing. That's what is genius is recognized that Seth and Evan are competent enough to write their own movie. Yeah you know or AH yes. That's his definite genius as being on the recognize. WHO's got it? Yeah but maybe it's it started even then just with his roommate he just identified like this person is going to be a massive star and it seems like we'll doug because Adam sandlers so good but news just just a boy in an apartment all right right and there are so many talented people out here to be able to be like nope this one and then it happens. Yeah that's crazy. It is crazy. I bet it would be a confidence builder in that. At least eliminates one of the things you tell yourself which is like well. This couldn't happen to me right but if you're a bozo room becomes Adam Sandler. Well fog. Could Happen to him. Yeah it happened to me. That's true yeah proximity look at that success. Anyone that's the message. That is a massive good message I love you I love you. Let's put some air on in here okay.
"apatow" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Beyonce as coming and if you leave she'll be mad at me a Ha and I'm like Oh my God I could cause marital problems between Jay Z and beyond say right now and then leslie walks in and be on say runs the Leslie on my God dormitory. That's our favorite scene. When you've reached beyond saying Jay Z to retire? Take all downhill from there. It is really fun isn't when you get Kinda complements from people outside your realm or people you reserve act in some bizarre way and I can tell you my my version of that story which is still maybe the highlight of my life. I taken to a Lakers game by my agent in its. There was the old endeavor seats that were directly next to the Lakers bench. So the Lakers bench inch ends in the very next seat in this on. This given night was DAX shepard. I am feeling like I'm on the Lakers. Because when they come into a huddle on a timeout. I'm right there and I'm listening. I need I'm listening. And they call one time out and and and they all come back in the right next to me and Kobe standing and the rest of the guys are sitting. And he's like Derek. You gotTa fuck you. There's your I saw you walked out. You're not supposed to be on the argument. Oh Damn Oh you a funny motherfucker leans in camps me out in the lake. It goes back to yelling at the guys that I look at my agent. Grace he goes on the fucking Lakers. I had season tickets for years because I was riding a basketball movie so I got season tickets so I got to see the whole Rhine. Yes yeah whole ride of Kobe from those seats you know and So Kobe is had the beyond say show and he says to my wife he goes like he used to go to the Games. Oh my God uh-huh put of course when you yourself in their shoes. It's like wha- all impact if I were I would be caught staring at Jack. Nicholson probably every every game pass. Just staring at I. That's what I used to do. Penny Marshall again. They're at every game game and you're trying to figure out like what does that person or real estate developer. You WanNa know those people you wanted to all their jobs yes to or it's like I know I hit the lottery so oh I'm constantly I I feel like how did I end up in this neighborhood. And then when they meet fellow people in my community. I'm drives me mad like well. How did this dude? My age end up getting money for this House Rob mcilhenny. We always talk about this because he lives on a beautiful street in the palisades and all of his neighbors filthy rich anytime he meets one of them. That's his age you're like like I don't trust fund why I hit the lottery. What did you do? I yeah I I. I never think that way. That's not that's not a like a the thing with me. It's not a preoccupation thing about why do my neighbors not WanNa talk to me. Okay like I walk around. I take long walks. Like I'd like I'll see people milling. And what does that person that WanNa talk to me. You're not friends with anyone in this neighborhood and occasional like knock on someone's door like in the business you know I'll I'll I'll the James Corden lives down the street and just knock on his door knocking door. I'm like I am making making a joke out of it like I'm GonNa stop by unannounced sure that's what's about to happen to you live in this neighborhood like as a joke. Did it again like two weeks later. It's like And he's the nicest guys I love them and we're the party and and my wife is talking to his wife very nice and and she's like shut. It keeps dropping bit. He's got some bit my wife. I don't think they want you to come over my head. Love it they love it. She's like sure they love it. Really find out if they really do love it. Well now I have a an. It's regrettable I'm trying to but I still have this chip on my shoulder about rich people so when I see what you're talking about. Oh yeah rich. PEOPLE LIBERALS ALL OF US liberals who act so worried about each other in the community are terrible fucking neighbors they all. Everyone's go ahead you know everyone's the fucking interact with one. Another would never ask to borrow your neighbors lawnmower. Anything that happened I grew up because we saw the Tarantino movie. We know that there's hippies he's trying to get a hedge ahead that's true that's true impenetrable head. Exactly you grew up. Your Dad was a successful successful ready to Restaurants and my parents went to Russia. What was a kid and my grandfather owned a record label right? My Dad worked at so we had a interesting using experience where we were very upper middle class and then they got divorced and you know drained the funds Ri- Being in court for many many years. Yeah no one giving in. I don't think they ever settled. I think they both just gave up after like like nothing to fight for after awhile. BILLS SPLIT SPLIT UP This ten dollars. And that's what would happen in my neighborhood. You know you'd be in a Nice House and then your parents will get divorced and you'd move into these little condo communities always so if if someone moves too like Hidden Ridge Their parents must have got divorced. They just moved to Hidden Ridge. Fairhaven did you have fear about getting married married like my. My mom married four people. My Dad married to so I had. I had a low expectation of marriage a lot of people to meet a lot of boyfriends and well friends and step relatives I prefer the ratio was flipped. I wish my dad would have had four wives and my mom only to because the dude's coming into your life throughout in your life with showing up like hey I'm fucking greg and I got a whole new game plan for this. Hold Up Greg. We were doing pretty good the last couple of years. It's I'm working on a movie now with Pete Davidson and it's basically about his mom played by Mersa. Tone may suddenly dating bill Burr. Oh aw about him trying to ride that relationship. Yes about a lot of things but I related to was what I had to deal with as a kid my parents dating other people and it was a very very strange thing. Especially when you're little because no one even talks you through it. No one says to you. Hey by the way I know. This is weird. That's the weirdest part. Yeah now maybe they do but back in the in the eighties early eighties. no-one said here's here's why it's uncomfortable and here's how we'll work through you realizing that your parents are sexual beings. Yes who needs that. The met having come from that background background. When when you and Leslie got married you go? Oh I need a different game plan or what. What made you go? I do believe in this thing. I can make this work or it was not like that. I think I'm more thought about the kids. Generally because I I I felt as as a little kid the kid from a divorce family that I didn't feel that especially My mom was that tuned into my experience She was very traumatized by the fact that she was getting divorced. She didn't see that coming in her life and I think it cracked her a little into work as a hostess at a Comedy Club Right. Yes that's how I first got in. How many club? And because my mom was very middle aged he just played tennis us all day and and was just very sweet and into being a mom and then I think you know. She got very traumatized and angry. And then suddenly she's a waitress and you know she was funny in in the fact that she she came from a successful family and so when she had to go work yeah she was not happy humiliating. It was humiliating waiting to be suddenly the waitress in town but as a kid more what was affecting me was my mom's hatred of this work is as a little kid. I thought I think it's Kinda cool to be a waitress awesome that my mom was waiting tables and taking care of herself. Sodas work to be proud of like I. I was a busboy in a dishwasher. I just I didn't think like Oh. This is below her right about that. Jerry I think it was about that. She felt like her life had been taken away from her. Yes in some way the relationship falling apart but it made me like hard work. I hate that my mom hates this right right right right you know. Life is hard work and it's okay to work hard and all jobs are okay. If you hopefully like them you stayed with Dad. We're were you. She moved out. I just okay stay in the house. WHO's here I only child died at older brother and a younger sister Serge left with my mom for periods by brother moved to California? So I I was with one in sibling or neither of them like the whole family just kind of went bonkers a grenade or of ten or twenty years or you could say forever currently stay tuned for more armchair expert if you dare we. We are supported by quip now. Monica what do you think makes a toothbrush better. Industrial Strength Power. Oh yeah claims of miraculous. Trendy ingredients multiple modes of yes. You're Dennis they'll tell you it's less about the brush more about how you use it as it was a trick..