27 Burst results for "Barbara Broccoli"

Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:12 min | Last month

Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90

"Connery, the Scottish actor known for sophisticated elegance, has died, according to his publicist. Connery died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by family. He's being remembered as someone who changed the world hears correspondent Jason Nathan's Sean Connery will always be remembered as the original James Bond says Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and a statement on Twitter about any shaken not stirred, revolutionized the world with his gritty and witty portrayal of the sexy and charismatic secret agent there, right. Saying that Connery was largely responsible for the success of the James Bond Film series, and they will forever be grateful to him. John Connery was 90 Connery, who was awarded a knighthood in 2000 for his contribution to the Arts played the British spy in seven movies beginning with Dr No In 1962. That was the very first bond movie. Tributes have been pouring in on social media from the likes of Hugh Jackman, Elton John, Spike Lee, Catherine Zeta Jones and many others and the latest bond who's about to hang up his martini glass. Daniel Craig writing in part He defined an era and a style. The wit and charm he portrayed on screen could be measured in megawatts again. Sean Connery dead at the age of 90 wins news

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Sean Connery, Actor And The Original James Bond, Dies At 90

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last month

Sean Connery, Actor And The Original James Bond, Dies At 90

"Sir Sean Connery, The Scottish actor known for his sophisticated elegance, has died, according to his publicist. He died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by family. Connery is being remembered as someone who changed the world hears correspondent Jason Nathan's Sean Connery will always be remembered as the original James Bond says Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and a statement on Twitter about any shaken not stirred, revolutionized the world with his gritty and witty portrayal of the sexy and charismatic secret agent. They write, saying that Connery was largely responsible for the success of the James Bond Film series. And they will forever be grateful to him. John Connery was 90

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Actor Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Actor Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90

"The Scottish actor who is the original James Bond has died at the age of ninety one James it's among the most famous character introductions in movie history Sean Connery identifying himself as the sexy and charismatic secret agent his son Jason says his dad has been unwell for some time and died peacefully in his sleep overnight in the Bahamas where you lived Scottish first minister Nicola sturgeon says quote our nation today mourns one of her best love sons martinis shaken not stuff bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara broccoli C. it was Connery's portrayal of bond that was largely responsible for the success of the series after he stopped making bond movies Connery played a wide range of characters proving equally adept at comedy adventure and drama I'm my campus

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James Bond: Barbara Broccoli says character 'will remain male'

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

James Bond: Barbara Broccoli says character 'will remain male'

"The next James Bond the one who replaces Daniel Craig will will be up any color but can only be a male. This is according to one of the producers of the Franchise Barbara Broccoli. She says that look. I believe we should be creating new characters for women strong female characters. I'm not particularly interested in taking taking a male character. Though and having a woman play I think women are far more interesting than because there's no Jane Bond Jane Bond on the way according to

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JAMES BOND, John JAMES BOND And Jamaica discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:31 min | 1 year ago

JAMES BOND, John JAMES BOND And Jamaica discussed on /Film Daily

"Of John JAMES BOND twenty five Jacob. What did we learn? Yeah. Summer's are slash on team woke up extra early to make sure we caught the livestream were prepared for an onslaught JAMES BOND, twenty-five news and said, we got a tiny little trickle. We didn't. We didn't get a title. They said flat out the first minute of the stream that they did not have title picked yet, which is annoying because specter and sky fall, we're both announced with a lot of Poppins pomp and circumstance with their title. And everything. So it's we're still calling a bond twenty-five for now. But initially they was a live stream from the GoldenEye villa in Jamaica, where author inflaming wrote most of the JAMES BOND novels, and of course, the name of his home inspired the United ninety five film GoldenEye. And here's what we did. Learn from producers, Barbara broccoli, Michael g Wilson and director Cary Fukunaga. Who were all there, if we're talking a little about the details of the movie, and why they were Jamaica, which is where the opening scenes of the film is set. So here's the official plots knobs this for JAMES BOND, twenty-five bond has left active service in his join a tranquil life in Jamaica. His piece is short lived, whereas old friend Felix lighter from the CIA turns up asking for help the mission to rescue a kidnapped. Scientists turned out to be a far more treacherous and expected leaving bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain aren't dangerous new technology. So a few things that no hero quick. So we to third JAMES BOND film have major seen sentence mak- falling Dr. No and live. And let die and return Felix Leiter play by Jeffey, right?

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everybody. This is a mytalk dirt alert update. A quick look at what's happening in entertainment so much dirt on mytalk. Well, JAMES BOND, executive producer, Barbara broccoli says that JAMES BOND will be always played as males. She made a decided. Yeah, she made a decidedly definitive statements during a recent interview with the British newspaper. The guardian saying bond is male. He's a male character. He was written as a male. And I think he'll probably stay as a male. Well. Yeah. The news is not up to her right? Did add while she is executive producer Fernando. Barbara broccoli will always be the producer. Can I also remind you that, you know? When Barbara broccoli. So when doctor who was written a billion years ago, they didn't necessarily ever see a woman taking the role. Broccoli says a female director screenwriter is very much a possibility for the future of the franchise. Thank you. For your crystal ball, Barbara. Yeah. Hey, guys, keeping up with the Kardashians was on last night and Kim khloe and Courtney went to Japan. It's that happened earlier this year, and apparently thanks God. A little awkward when Kim hated all of her sisters fashion choices after their first night out Kim decided she had to say something she said, I can't even eat dinner. Because in so disgusted with my sisters Karachi outfits that completely don't go with my luck said the woman with the pink Publikum hair. Oh my gosh. I mean, I feel like she's not one for a fashion shade gaining bright. Also who is who gets upset because other people don't match their look. Well, Kim heard actually sorry. Sorry wrong. And this little nugget of nineties throwback news during a biscuit concert that festival over the weekend. Shaggy two dope. From insane clown posse tried to drop kick. Fred Durst off the stage, but he failed. He didn't even hit predators. When I I read that. I thought it was that other Durst guy the serious. Wow. Wrongdoer? No, no, this one. Did it all for the people? Okay. Well done. Yeah. Magnet, Saturday work. I was not able.

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James Bond 25: Danny Boyle will no longer direct the next 007 movie

KNX Programming

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

James Bond 25: Danny Boyle will no longer direct the next 007 movie

"Producers Michael g Wilson and. Barbara broccoli along with star Daniel Craig. Announced that Danny Boyle had exited the project over creative differences foil the director of Slumdog millionaire and Trainspotting had. Confirmed a direct the twenty-fifth 007 film earlier this year Boyle. And his regular collaborator John Hodge had been working, on a script with production set to start in December. The film often. Referred to as bond twenty-five, is set to be released in November. Of twenty nine hundred I'm

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James Bond 25: Danny Boyle will no longer direct the next 007 movie

Joe Pags

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

James Bond 25: Danny Boyle will no longer direct the next 007 movie

"At gentle has categorically denied and allegation that she's sexually assaulted. Then seventeen year old actor Jimmy Bennett the New York Times reported. The nave for all that out. Of gentle pig Bennett three hundred and eighty thousand dollars after he accused her, of sexually assaulting him five years ago when he was seventeen gentle. Was romantically involved with celebrity chef Anthony bourdain. At, the time she paid the money she says bourdain feared the allegations could lead to negative. Publicity for both of them and that, the shaft wanted the matter, handled privately Megan Williams. ABC news Rome JAMES

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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe sets out to try and ‘touch’ the sun

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe sets out to try and ‘touch’ the sun

"Seven a NASA mission that will. Come closer to the sun than ever. Before is. Underway the Parker solar probe was launched atop a United launch, alliance, delta four heavy rocket early. Yesterday morning liftoff had been scheduled for Saturday but the countdown was halted at the last minute, by a helium pressure, issue the Parker solar probe is designed to fly. Through the sun super hot corona to study the solar wind and sun.

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'My name's Elba, Idris Elba': Actor responds to James Bond rumors

WBBM Programming

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

'My name's Elba, Idris Elba': Actor responds to James Bond rumors

"Idris Elba stoking the. Fire speculation that. He may take over the, role of. JAMES BOND when, Daniel Craig steps aside my name's Elba. Idris Elba that's the, pace that sent Twitter on. Fire Speculation mounted that the bond franchise may have its first black JAMES BOND the flames. Were originally fan by an American film producer he told business Daily Star that bond movie boss Barbara broccoli had said it is time for non white tax a play agent w seven. But before funds go down. To casino royale to place that bets Elba the star shades such as the wire and Lisa posted another tweet a few. Hours later saying don't believe the hype

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Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Marvel Villain

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

07:08 min | 2 years ago

Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Marvel Villain

"Every morning Country game question of Wichita with pinky and Boehner you're on with Johnny Depp used to do that show Yeah great cooking segments you can. Just have them do one interview with one person and just have everyone else use clips of that interview. Then I want to do that Wait a minute so, you try to tell me if you put, him, on with Robin Roberts on GMA that and, he, said, something. That, makes news. That every. Newscast. In the country. Isn't, gonna use a, clip of that and also say well Johnny Depp was out promoting his new movie blah blah blah yeah of course. They are okay here's an example They will do, it, but, Robin. Roberts, is now. Going to. Skew. It towards her Her agenda you can't just do one interview, it's like right now Howard Stern will. Get people on for. An hour or so Brad Pitt goes on with Robin Roberts he's got five minutes if Howard Stern he gets one hour. Is, he gonna have to, talk about other things that he probably doesn't want to yeah but for good. Forty five minutes of that hour and I've done a. Show four or five times. You. Get to talk about what you wanna talk about. You can control the dialup Johnny Depp does not wanna. Talk about punching that guy he does not, want to talk about, why he's bro so. He goes to talk about the movie. Save programs that yes and I get that and that's why people are getting divorced they don't wanna do red carpets because they. Know that they're going to get. Is. It's it's a whole Hollywood sort of ring and that's the. Way it's done EKG I'm gonna, go. Get, one of those, after the show today Caitlyn Jenner wants to. Play marvel villain oh in. This week special variety issue on? Transgender Hollywood Caitlyn Jenner, I want to name her what would you would she be It wouldn't be a villain on Like on JAMES. BOND I'm thinking of one. Away JAMES BOND had a trans JAMES BOND Barbara broccoli Bravo. And cubby. Broccoli, data trans sexy woman in one thousand nine hundred seventy four I believe yeah it was a, man, who used to be. A woman and nobody. Knew what it, was. Like oh it's a bond girl she's totally hot. Man y'all. Got duped boom so like they're, aware head of their time, nowadays. It'll be she wants to be a villain and. That's, a little okay fine? But she doesn't want to be a bond girl okay didn't? The transgender. Thing isn't she a little old to. Be. Playing a villain movie no villains I just watched deadpool. Two last night fantastic. And Josh Brolin's fifty something. And he was the villain You got how old is Caitlin Sixty-nine I think is that? Too old to play a villain That's the name the villain's name is sixty nine Electro sixty-nine yes yes yes Wrap it. Up. It's, done I think you. Can have. An older villain nobody cares. Faye Dunaway was. The, villain, supergirl remember that well listen think about the last bond that I saw Leo terell and it was the guy. Married to the hot, Spanish they're both. From Spain and he was he was he was he was ugly jacked up face and, he took his. Jaw out heavier bar them it's like fifty, is married to hot one but Caitlin always wants. To be, glam doubt though I'll. Please you're acting you gotta you gotta ugly. Yourself up for a row look at look, at Charlene's on in Halle Berry. Steve Edwards for his role here's a story that neither one of us have to worry about and, positive people are. Universally hated A study conducted you I think I am positive but go ahead showed that, highly cooperative and. Generous people can attract hatred and social placement, especially in competitive environments dear this manifestation of tall. Poppy syndrome, comes about especially when. We syndrome think about the dreaded office optimists. Are making us look bad the report concluded, study published recently in the psychological. Science magazine found that cooperative behavior attracted punishment most often in groups whose members compete with one another This was even the. Case when punishing or going after the do-gooder. Lessen the benefits for the entire group including the punisher or this is, human nature are, these psychology professor I don't care what study said always. I always try to be, positive in a situation even though something sock and sometimes you're going through a bad time, just try to be. Grateful try to be I know it sucks I, know trust me I've had two divorces I found a birth family I I can. Tell you have come on this study is one hundred and ten percent accurate k. the nicest. Person the nicest person I know and I don't know Well thank you well. We've worked together for years. I think you could say the embarrassing receptionist. At my dentist's office okay ways syrupy sweet okay that's too much I'm, not syrupy sweet, but she really genuinely a syrupy Too much for me and so they tell you look sake come. Across as a little disingenuous okay so this. Is the news that she's got a break to, you first of. All. You, got the. Root, canal and she's got a. Schedule the appointment and having her be so nice just ask insult. To. Injury how. They're. Smart. They hired somebody. Sugary sweet to tell, your cavity cavities are Jackie yeah Yeah and then she tells. You how much it cost oh so she breaks, bad news to. You And she doesn't show with? This. Cheshire cat smile on her face the goes from. Year, to year but did you like her Not, after she told me. I needed a root canal k. wanted, to slap her in the face I. Can't but generally speaking she she got a lovely she's a. Lovely person of the problem Why, do you think I was a hostess till they found out my true colors and I couldn't lie. To people, host is is, with, the most you see. People smoking not smoking joking come on Atala joke They hire the people that have a personality. That get, and I I like people I can get along, with you but you gotta at some point and, I listen I don't know who that person would be in. This joint who do you think is the happiest person here who walks around smiling, like there whistling Dixie out of. Their assets Well. This is AM radio. This is the complaint department alive listen I didn't know am radio I joined. Here I talked to people on the FM side I talked to her I love it I love. It and I remember Saint people, saying oh my God what are you doing in the. FM status, I don't know talking everybody people are nice Rhonda, Kramer is nice this is the information that she, conveys is not always as nice as her that's her peeling. Out getting away from us right now by the way that sound in the nice, when I tell you four hours So you're basically the receptionist.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Is accepted into this family who care for her and she she finds the someone who really genuine he loves her and sees her for who she is and i just find it to be a just such a beautiful story and a and a very life affirming story to adhere would all sealed good people that often in movies george talent and that's the thing you know it's about good honest hardworking people it just accepting someone who happened to be a movie star and and the humanity of the story really gets to me you've described it as a memory play which is a phrase that i always immediately associated with the glass menagerie in certain others in this case i guess the goal that you all had i think was to make it feel like jamie and a net are almost any gloria graham movie right the whole feel of it the source and feel like every other movie that you see now right and that's the brilliance of palme guegan when he read script which matt rain halted retina beuc done a beautiful job on an an and poll came in and talk to us and he and that's the way he described he said you know i want visually i want this film to feel as if it is a film that was made in glorious time and we used all kind of very oldfashioned techniques back projection in fact we we've made the guinness book of records for the largest back project screamed it's for the malibu the obscene and you know so visually he wanted it to have that feel and and it does send and it captures that the inuits a brilliant about the way he he's done it and also the beautiful cinematographer it will a ponta costs on the way she shot it is that you know you go from time period to time period and it is it is about memory and memory and time and place and gloria is in that sort of time.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Everything or nothing okay and now and we like that the reason i prompt this is that you did not make film serves don't die in liverpool under that banner instead what is the production company that he did with for this bad beautiful fateh veges the movie like gloria one or ask her work that was that was cs the company we set up for that movie and she's fantastic and yet i beautiful she was just an incredible actress and you know i think when we set out to make this movie one of the things we want us to do is to really celebrate her and for the people that were familiar with her work to to kind of remind them of what she had done and for those who weren't to bring her into you know back into the public view because she really was an incredible actress so gloria dies in 1980 one peter rights book this published in 1980 sex at which point you were working as an associate producer for the first time again back on living daylights this is nine years before you've produced the film yourself and yet from what i understand you're thinking pretty much as soon as read the book you might wanna one day make this into a movie absolutely i mean after gloria died peter was in a really bereft and a couple of years later he handed us this manuscript what is that what is this and he said well i've just just been writing about gloria you know and we read it so beautiful and it was published immediately and it did very well and lots and lots of people want it to make it in fact putnam over at columbia uh they auctioned it it was supposed to get made several times but for various reasons it didn't and then about twenty two years ago peter said to me i really want you to do it unless we you know i've always wanted to do it he said no no i really want you to do it so i got the rights and of course the whole.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Last two before we get to the present sky fall 2012 you hired sam mendis to succeed martin campbell this i think would have been the first oscarwinning director to direct a bond film was the was part of the idea there that he would help to bring in a lot of other top caliber actors to surround daniel greg i think we just wanted to get it to in a you always want to get a terrific director who's going to bring some something new to the to the series and daniel hit worked with sam obviously i was a huge fan of sam since was michael and you know he's british which was hit key elements and what was so fabulous about sam is that although he is you know very important director oscar winning and all this stop at the heart of him there was when it came to directing a james bond film he was a 12yearold boy and that's really what what appeal to us because he wanted to make the best bond film ever what did you say when he floated the idea assume for the first time that may be will kill off judi dench is m well actually it was the writers thick that came up with that too so resist that well that's a tough it was a tough one because you know we'd love judy and we had a long standing relationship with her a just the thought of making a movie without her was of extremely painful but it really moved people an and that was the thing that sold us on it that gino know she was the emotional heart of of spam lane and taking her away was was going to be a big thing for him and and it really worked on the most recent of the bonds of specter 2015 i i guess a lot of producing is crisis management and it seems like you know sometimes the location becomes unavailable because of weather or whatever and you've got to quickly figuring out in this case would specter the the big one i guess was that daniel who likes to durazone stance i guess really messed up his knee doing one and had to have surgery and all of this and you are left with solving how do we reject her this so that we we don't go away over.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"He's morphed i think the way the daniel craig has betrayed him has been you know extraordinary and i think he's brought a lot of the humanity to the character that is certainly needed in this day and age we need heroes i think that our human who who wanted to do the right thing and i think daniels don on incredible job in doing that and making bond relevant to today on really really pleased that he's decided to come back for another one coz my heart was breaking let's fram the contacts of you going into your first film is a producer the first bond film you were the producer with michael of this is twenty two years ago goldeneye at the time it had been six years since the last bond before that and from what i understand some people including people at usa were sceptical that it was a great idea to revive the the series at that point why was that well i mean i remember that they were saying the cold war is over the world is in a safe place and you know bond is dead i mean what relevance does he have to today's world and so we had to come back with a story that would prove his relevance and so goldeneye was was that and we were very lucky that pierce agreed to come and play him and played him so beautifully and you know that movie was just hitting the nail on the head i mean we that movie was was answering that question now is he relevant today and our thesis was that the world was more dangerous than ever unfortunately we right now year after that came out your father passed away i assume that means he got to see the the release of golden and saw that it was in good hands he did but he you know he felt that way all kind of.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Here and started working at fox as an assistant director was an assistant director to howard hawks on the outlaw and he was very close to howard hughes and new hues very well so he had an amazing time mia hanging out with all these fascinating people now your father's name was albert but he was called cubby way was out when he was a little boy he was quite rotund and this is the same myongchol who was his cousin pat used to tease him and say that he was like a cartoon character who was called a be compatible so comfortable turned into covidien he was and it was actually a very appropriate nicknamed because he was he was like a bear you know very cuddly i thought it was cuddly built the broccoli aspect of things as there actually a tie to their speakers' broccoli as we now know it was really a refinement of the italian calibrate say brock litter out which the family to seacot and broccoli brought over from from italy to long island and so they cultivated it as the sort of refined vegetable we know and it was a delicacy because not many places grew it and so the two of these rascals my a father and uncle pat used to take on a friday night they used to take the broccoli drive into the city and go to the back door of all the fancy restaurants and say that they would give it to them for a table for four atlanta eight bay find two dates and they go out on the title is with us so by the time you came along where was he in his career he was no longer assistant director he kind of moved up right right came moved to england because there was a thing called the ed plan which was a tax incentive for foreigners going there to make films and so he may quite a lot of action the adventure films with all kinds of victor mature and alan ladd he did the cocker show heroes which was a big hit he had quite quite a few successful movies and did films with our pope and janet lee and various people and then he made a film call the trials of oscar wilde with peter finch which was given a.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Were given an amount of freedom probably an unprecedented amount of freedom in hollywood history to make all of these movies and so you find all of these wonderful characters in there uh you know the hal ashby's and you know the beginning of your scorsese's and your cope liz and that whole era and it's just inherently readable as well as as one of those i always call on the you know one more book which means you're liner bed at night and you say i'm just going to be one more chatter africa's say as past bedtime rages he just wanna go a little far rain story so i always find that a really good prime have read for people to get into cinema and then if you don't know these if you know these films their wonderful stories if you don't know the films it's the perfect gateway to go and see them an and discover for yourself one of the young guns who was coming up at at the time of that who is reference in it also has a great book of his on i just want to plug rubber elon's the kids stays in the picture 'nother another good one wonderful on knitting number three inc easy rider hagan blood might be one amancio back if i could mention another novel i think my favorite hollywood related novel is i'm frencesco leo blocks we'd see bat which i will credit as being part of the reason why i live here today reading that book when i was a teenager really impacted me is about of a family living in the hills in los angeles and they're all making movies together but it's also kind of the story about like found families there is like magical realist element to a vicious really beautiful writing with incredible descriptions of la and every character in the book is involved in film in some way any kind of shows this parallel between the magic of moviemaking in like the magic the mixed their own lives what they are on that's really beautiful but uh jeff my third broke i'm gonna select george her roles hollywood is a book burma for more bureau a photographer himself a stupid.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I think was really eta as zenith because it was still of new enough medium that a conclusive history hadn't really been studied yet and so i always look to that one if you want to find a the ultimate story of the early years of hollywood let's gray one and i will just add that a a nice companion thing for that would be there that sort of hard to find but you can find a great epic documentary that i think brownlow did with david gill i want to say it's the footage of them interviewing a lot of these silent are so i loved that but let's go back nadine your second another one that been really important to me was men women and chainsaw has by carol clover which is more of an academic sort of texas a feminist perspective on horror film i have always been a pretty big fan of horror films but sometimes i can find it to be really difficult to watch but she sort of flip sen on their head in a way that i felt like makes it something that's more interesting well look jeff i will refer back to one that you previously mentioned all hero mentioned easy riders raging bulls peter biscuits and if you wanna mentioned the down and dirty book as well which is obviously a a little more topical right now with the miramax in sundance elements but easy riders raging bulls covers the age of cinema from basically the two films it's describing in the title they're from easy rider and bonnie and clyde up through raging bull in the start of you know what is considered the blockbuster or whatever but it's a really great and kind of oral history based book where you look at so many fascinating people and how when hollywood seemed to not know what to do turned to all of these young guns had seen to have their their finger on the pulse of popular culture and.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Give or when there can be a lot of disseminating viewpoints and to read them like next together as is it's always fascinating to see everybody's perspective on you know that the raw shemona fact rights of ray of how did all these different people view a different subject sell hollywood is not a big places as new obviously now so i'm sure there's a lot of curiosity yes sure sure well let's close with some recommendations from two experts hair about you know if you had the name let's say you know you're three must read alltime great hollywood related bucks maybe it will go back and forth nadine you won a starters of when this doesn't it ought to be in any particular order but these are the three that you cannot not have on your shelf one i would say is essential is the devil finds work by james baldwin kids basically a booklength essay on raith in cinema in his point of view as a viewer of cinema but just the language that he uses even describing a shot on the screen is just beautiful to read in addition to the insights that against stra narrowing down to three you're making it really die arduous scribbled hero dumb you know a dozen kevin brownlow the parades gone by adt would probably be unicentral one when people come in and asked me to help them build a library or create film place i i often start with that one was written in the '60s anybody's not familiar with kevin brownlow one of the great preservationists and voices four preservation and film history and one of the earlier books where he was able to go and actually speak to a lot of the originators of cinema while they were still alive so there for a lot of first hand accounts in there and i think it's really part of what a trend was for cinema scholarship and cinema riding that in the 1960s and 70s.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Wait that actually feels like earned and like he's done his work wiljef your other three were twentieth century fox century of entertainment by michael troyan steven silvester and jeffrey thompson than we have eva a life in the movies by kendra being an anthony it was arouse ski and michael critise a life in film by alan kay road why these or well first i wanted to say in regard to what may dean selected right there yeah sam's a wonderful writer his his fossey book is a definitive portrait of fossey and i also find it interesting that you mentioned that you love jimmy stewart and that you pick tom hanks yet i i find i i i see a rag writer jerry man that you're embracing there the 20th century flocks book i for years and years and my business was asked constantly do you have photos of the back backlog do you have behind the scenes pictures people at work we wanna see that not just the resultant product in recent years there is a company that started doing these books that are basically photo based kind of post postcard based are arcadia publishing a more of these photos started getting out there but no one had really taken a step forward into doing definitive studio histories other than film arbor fees and a handful of years ago steven and michael troyan and another authored steve being in did a study of the mgm studio and it was kind of a first booked it started to compile some of this stuff since then steve begins gone on an added a warner brothers and a paramount and now this twentieth century fox book has come out from mr sylvester.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Thanks can you give us a little overview about you know those three why they'd make your topfive of 2017 yeah i feel like i cheated a little bit and kind of stretched mind a hollywood related hits on but all these i felt were great books that also touched something that's interesting to me inner about hollywood impregnation is a history of the development of improvisational comedy sam watson is a fantastic writer who's done a few other film and theater related books but i thought this was like a subject that was just the right moment to explore it if you're paying attention to anything it's happening in film and tv comedy so much of its coming out of that world on there is very interesting to kinda learn about how it developed as a modern form woman number seventeen is actually a novel that is set in west hollywood parts of it taking place like right on the corner where booked soup is so it felt very present to see me he had three eating it but also it's a literary novel but it kind of borrows from some elements of nawar that felt really on points me it's also just the novel about family and about art one of the main characters is a woman who is attempting to turn her whole life into a performance art project i'm another is a subject of a controversial famous photograph any kind of just is around the periphery of the film industry tom hanks uncommon type i thought was another i'm just really charming book in a way that is felt sorely needed this here i know a lot of people who you know tom hanks is their most beloved actor and to find out that he also can write to species really witty funny charming short stories is just such a nice thing he's also a collector of vintage typewriters so one of them factors into every story somehow and it kind of feels like they're piecing together like little bits of ladders and newspaper clippings and things like that to create this book of somewhat connected stories but i just think it's nice to see someone of his stature like move into the literary world in.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Seeing the evolution of the john right as well so glenn had written a book that covered the original story that the searchers was based on a so a historical coun as well as the account of the making of the film and i really liked the way those two were intersected he seemed to follow the same trend with high noon mixing what's a the story of the hollywood blacklist the story of stanley kramer and kind of the rise of the independence out of the ashes of the studio system so there's a political element there's a changing the hollywood history element and then there's the biography of the players involved in the making of the film gary cooper and the rest of the crew their carl form in the writer and so a number of independent stories that all kind of intersect at this one place and you know i also think the book when light of times that we talk about wherever we live or whatever that the story of the hollywood blacklist is always one that people should lest history repeat itself if people should should pay attention to ray nydia majed anything and he i am personally not really a fan of the western john reid i just happened early export at much so to me what was so in king of the book was particularly the portrayal of the blacklist and how it showed its impact on the making the film in the lives of everyone involved his mind folks i mean this it did in some ways is a pretty clear parable of what was going on at the time where he hit every putt he's turning away from from their friends and it is an incredible and so the the movie was 1950 to and i guess is any nobody's left from it at this point every but loyd bridges dead everybody's gone i guess i can't think of any by this left yeah all right so nadine your other three were improv nation by sam watson woman number seventeen by eden look puckey and uncommon type by one tom.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Ayman one of my favorite writers and film star ines and biographers i guess you'd say is past five or fees included mary pickford america's sweetheart and louis be mayor line of hollywood tell us about this latest one the hank is henry fonda the jim is jimmy stewart nate in you want a kick us off and i think sister really charming book because more than a biography of either of them specifically it's the story of their french app so it's about their impact on each other's lives there's all these release sweet moment when one of them will be kind of going through something and come to rely on the other one even like staying with each other for long stretches of time and i think it's just so sweet to see that the picking were friendship like that and especially a friendship between two older actors who i think we tend to think of his being sort of very like mass are stoic when you think of like men from that era so to see this very sweet connection between then i really liked and i'm personally of really big fan of jimmy stewardess and jeff when they moved out to hollywood they so they live together right i think it was something wasn't it sort of along the lines of you know you hear these crazy stars at one time duval and hackman i think live together and you go through history but this was sort of this was a match that went way back to all my thank rate it's funny that it's it's like their past briefly crossed very early in life and one of the things that i wanna know more about and i don't think there's a suitable biography is the actress margaret sullivan who becomes a very key component that they both are infatuated with the now i'm kind of in fact rented have run into know more about her as well as what attracted all of these different people she also mary leland hayward whose you know a big hollywood player as well behind the scenes what i also found arresting about it and their friendship is number one the span of how much it covers number two the.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"To those fans hollywood i think used to have a special flavor for a lot of people that were there once upon a time that were collectors are fans like you said there used to be a number of stores either that specialized in collectibles and or books and you could really make a day of it people could come to hollywood in the morning walk up one side back down the other and stop in you know six eight ten different stores fine one item here one item there whatever and the changing of i you know i i i don't know for a less literary world or not i always like to say i don't need to make everybody happy but i need to make the people that like what i do happy so it might be a smaller percentage i don't know if the amount of options people have out there on the world have given everybody a slightly shorter tensions and as well i i i don't know if that's the case or not i do know they're still tons of dedicated fans and readers and people that love you know the specialty of connecting watching a film with studying phil rallying the back story of the film things like that and nadine i think you do saying that also larry ovens bookshop does but it may be as a way to keep people engaged bring in a lot of others as well to talk about their books when they get publish and things like that it's a big thing for you guys react officially at huge thing for us we have been advan almost every day of the year while and we do a lot of offsite events is by we're we're selling bucks at larger events that are store can accommodate non but yeah it's a huge thing press pressure when we were scheduling your guy's visit one of the things that i asked you to tell me before you came here where you're five favorite hollywood related books of 2017 and out of all the ones that were out there over the past year you actually agreed on two so i thought let's start with a little bit of a discussion about those two the first of them is hank in gem by scott.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"That book seller to the great an infamous on the sunset strip ever since in a couple of different locations when the founder of books he passed away a little over ten years ago romans bookstore which is the oldest bookstore in southern california faced out a pass the dina actually stepped in and they purchase the store so they now owned book zip they've let it keep kind of its own independent sunset strip flavors who we do a lot of on business in music and film books as well as having a really large fiction section those are sort of our specialty specialties i've been at the store for just under two years now previously always in the publishing world in new york will saw yesica begs the question which for me would you guys both be just as happy running a bookstore that was sort of a general bookstore in like omaha or is there something specific about hollywood and hollywood related books that you know on a personal level for each of you appeals to you jeff well i think our would be happier running journal bookshop somewhere as opposed to let's say working uh you know an automotive supplies thorson in i definitely more inclined to the to the literary flavor and and like a lot of other books but i definitely believe that finding the niche in getting to do what i do is was a specialty item i i previously worked at a store called book city here which was a hollywood institution for a number of years in the eu's book world and we carried new books as well and that was me we had a quarter of a million bucks in their something it was ridiculous and i love that store but there was always something about the larry edmonds bookshop where it was at the time considered kind of a premium type placed too you know a step up i definitely found the specialization of what the store did to be a particular interest to me i was a musician i was a film school guy so steering towards arts definitely something i found more appealing and we should note that learns book shovels.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Pat powered by everyone and thank you for joining into episode one hundred ninety two of awards jeff the hollywood reporter's awards podcast on the host scott feinberg and my guest today is a producer whose name you may or may not know but whose work you surely do she is and for the last twenty two years has been the coq custodian with her stepbrother and eon productions partner michael g wilson of one of the most iconic and beloved properties of all time the james bond franchise together sheehan wilson have overseen it's last eight installments 1995 goldeneye 1997 tomorrow never dies 1999 to the world is not enough two thousand two's die another day two thousand six is casino royale two thousand aids quantum of solace two thousand twelve sky fall and two thousand fifteen specter with her increasingly taking the lead as the new york times put it quote yes a woman is in charge of the world's most aspirational male bran close quote additionally she wrote salih producer first film outside of the world of 007 and adaptation of peter turner's 1980 six memoir film stars don't die in liverpool that she's been trying to make for thirty one years and that she finally got made under the direction of palme guegan and with the actors annette benning and jamie bell playing golden age star gloria graham and turner respectively i'm talking about one of the most successful and powerful women in hollywood barbara broccoli but first i sat down at the offices of the hollywood reporter with the forces behind the two best bookstores in or around hollywood nadine musalo the general manager of book soup and jeffrey mentor the owner of larry edmonds bookshop to talk about the best hollywood related books of 2017 nadine and jeff thank you so much for joining us and for running such great establishments that have taken a lot of hours of my life in the best said so to begin with do you to know each other you're on the similar you know beat here in town but have you met before no first time.

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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"barbara broccoli" Discussed on 710 WOR

"About uh because barbara broccoli who so great and she and her brother michael wilson air father cubby broccoli produced all the chance bombers and they heaved i may inherited they've done a great job and daniel craig wanted to be taken seriously as an actor didn't emerge just be james bond either very good at know these guys the old do that oil i don't want to be just kesse champa why not perfect well because he did do other he does to other things that eventually hill h out of it and you know what happened to the other guys to a better chance ronald reagan really have careers you want to make sure you're a career once you got chance bought anyway he day produced this incredible production of stilo offbroadway washed call and barbara broccoli underwrote the whole thing as a project for czech daniel craig in exchange for him coming back as we knew that so you know the production by the way was fabulous it guy incredible would use jit dale craig got great reduce so he was very satisfied that he was taken seriously and dallas you deal with power broccoli but he would come back to play at least one more is seatbelt explain that like this that makes sense but the so now so we know what i wrote i read mr several constant whilst october of course now somebody in the british press but the other day always coming back but he is coming back now they also said that a dell with comeback the thing about titlesong here to do sing it molest she sang scaife all but the last movie was specter our son by this guy sam smith has disappeared some and a dell i'm not so sure that adult comeback for another one it's a little premature to to make that wanted del are the worst thing is we have ballots for james bond theme you need the fastmoving sawn rioted editor enough with the dell i like the little bell adel cancel these two huge concert than any one electric fan the high and dry up at wembley stadium it were the last two concerts up her world tour uh you know where police stadium i think one hundred thousand people so two hundred thousand people with a million dollars.

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