26 Burst results for "Bill Hader"
"bill hader" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
"Yes Bill I'm sorry that if we were stranded on a desert island, I would not hesitate to kill you. Eat you and use your bones as hunting tools? We have to talk about Stefan. and. It was such a joy to do it next to you. As a sketch I you did it once the on air with Ben Affleck. On Ben Affleck as a sketch and a barely worked as a sketch. It was a long walk to get the to the what the sketch was about. It was a lot easier to say. Hey, here's Stefan start. Yeah, he's insane but the thing that always made me laugh about Stefan and people. Ask Me why I put my hands in from if face like that was was was. A person being patient with an insane person is my favorite thing in the world. Like anybody would be like dude. Get Out of here. You're not doing your job right? I specifically asked you get out of here, but instead anytime I would say some and you go now Stefan. Just being so patient with this maniac. Job in the. So. Yeah. That always made me laugh. How did you go about answering? What'd you guys do? We got stone. Okay Great. We all got crazy stuff. I don't smoke pot that often. Seth Rogan said he's like smoking. Pot with you is like smoking pot with my dad. Because I'm, say smoking. Smoking grass guys smoking dope. and. And so Vanessa bear and of the two that we're not we. Decided, let's walk through the Red Light District. Sure and so Vanessa was this holding onto me for dear life just looking around. Stone Yeah freaked out, and we walk down this little wage. He Goes I. Don't see what the big deal is. And I go look to your right, and there's all these women in the windows and stuff and. Wardrobe Bill. Where are we? Vanessa looks like a new born kind of. Anything she's. Just kind of like world. and. And, so she was you know then we lost her. And I lost her, and it's my fault, and then it was like I was going to go find her. Directed the first three. That's right with something that you knew. As soon as you were doing a show that you wanted to direct something I really wanted to direct. That's kind of why I wanted to do before. Doing comedy or any of that, and it was interesting doing this and directing myself, but also the other actors. They wouldn't know Sarah Goldberg. Who was in that scene? She's great in the show, but she said she wouldn't know. If I was reacting in character, or if I was reacting as director right because she said we'd be doing a scene and I be going. Like is that is that that's? That's the character right? That's not you and I'm like. No, no, no, that's the character. And he hates you're acting. Fred. Fred. Yes read our mission. Would he wouldn't mess with. He wouldn't estimates sad. So sad was the head writer when I was there, and Steph worked incredibly long hours, and seth would like it very little sleep, and so when Seth would go home and sleep. Fred would just be like around four o'clock. You'd be like Hey, do you think you think sets asleep? And, I'm like. Yeah, so he would call. He would call us at pretending that he was like a morning like zoo crew. So the bid was that Fred was being interviewed on a on a on a radio show and he gave out your phone number. So you would here, you would have you on speaker phone. You hear like hello. And, Fred would start apologize. Seth I'm so sorry. I am so sorry I didn't I didn't know they're going to be loud on Air I gave them your phone number, and you're like wait. What what is what is going on? We would all be dying land. I was not. How do you re? Hang. Californians, that sketch came from a bit that Fred and I would do so we would come back. He would come back usually when you're SNL and you have a week off, everybody would go to La take means forever, and you would come back and we have our table read and you'll allow michaels as always like right on time. Yeah, and we're doing table. Being I we just be seeing there waiting and minutes for Lauren, and and so we would start this bit where he go. Hey, man to go to La Yeah. Yeah. How how did you get back to your hotel? And then we go well go down sunset then I'll take a left and lost yet again. I take it all the way down to Pico. Say PECO HOP on the ten the ten west take all the way down to the beach ahead. The PCH and we'd just do these. Hours. Like we did that for years. Keenan, Thompson was in on it, and we get in on it and we would all just do these these California boys so that and then one day before we. Came to me, Hey James Anderson I took that bit we did. We made it a soap opera. All Right! Yeah, SNL, that doesn't seem weird at some. Yeah, great great makes total sense and And the first time we did it. Fred during rehearsal everything he would offer. His first line was hey. What are you guys doing here? That's how he said it. Yeah, that's how he said it. On the first time on air, he came out and Kristen. Wigan is airlines and he goes. Years like? Chris. Kristen Cuts Haven Kristen I'm always these Bhakta, Christmas and she turned and looked at me like. And then look back and I was gone I. If you've seen the tape, I'm laughing to the wild laughter every fricken schedule. Now let's go to the best of Andy Sandberg. Why do they think it's me Oh I. Do my patented Seth Meyers Impersonation? Gaza buyers.
Scary deepfake video shows Bill Hader morphing into Tom Cruise
"You guys seen the Tom Cruise Bill Hader deep fake. That's online covens. Oh you have to check it out. It's unbelievable you watch bill hater. Hater turned into Tom. Cruise and then back to bill crazy
Bill Hader and Rachel Bilson Are Apparently Dating
"Where were you when you found out bill? Hader and Rachel bill sin. We're in a serious relationship. Personally I was home in my kitchen pouring myself a cup of coffee checking twitter then. The mug crashed to the floor. Coffee sprayed everywhere chunks of ceramic landed around my feet. But I didn't care because Rachel Belsen was spotted getting coffee with bill hater in his hometown of Tulsa Oklahoma. And that's all that mattered. It's all that matters. The a couple got coffee at starbucks. Like I said they held hands. They were photographed. Bill Haters family. was there TMZ reported it. I mean Rachel. Bilton went went home with Bill Hater for the holidays. I love this. I would watch a hallmark channel Christmas movie about this happening. I just in fact it is. It's the movie to me. This piece of news is a movie. And it's my favorite movie L. Dot Com covered. This outing and gave some background on Rachel and bills history together. They wrote quote rumors about the couple date back to early November when hater was photographed on a date with bill sin according to US weekly the pair. In fact have history. Together they appeared in two thousand thirteen's the to do list which was directed by haters Mao. Ex Wife Maggie Carey and had a sexy together. Both Bilton and hater are two years out from. I'm divorce. She separated from husband. Hayden Christianson in September twenty seventeen and the two share a five year old daughter. Briar Rose Hater and Kerry split let in July two thousand seventeen and have three daughters together and quote. Listen the holidays. They're a stressful time. Everyone's a mess right now. We really needed needed. This good news. Why is it good news? I don't I don't know it just feels good you know. This is a piece of celebrity news. That's it's safe. It's warm it's wholesome. It's the holidays are all about Rachel. Bilton and Bill Hader invented Christmas to me. That's just my personal religious beliefs.
Box office preview
"The angry birds movie to brings the video game characters back to the big screen this time king mud beard is at war with the birds angelic creatures shows up threatening to start a new ice age and freeze everyone along with Jason sudekis Josh gad Leslie Jones Nikki massage and bill Hader lend their voices to this computer animated comedy based on the bestselling twenty twelve novel of the same name as the comic mystery where'd you go Bernadette the title character is a mother who hates people especially the fellow parents of her daughter's school the when she suddenly disappears our daughter seeks out the truth about what happened to our mother Cate Blanchett Billy Crudup Kristen Wiig Judy Greer and Lawrence Fishburne star Seth Rogan and his producing partners released their twelfth film good boy when three sixth graders are invited to the first coed party they try to learn as much as possible about how to kiss but a broken drone leave them on a wild journey involving paintball the cops stolen drugs and more this comedy stars Jacob Tremblay Keith L. Williams Brady Noone will for Terry still in theaters are Hobbes and shot the kitchen The Lion King once upon a time in Hollywood and door and the lost city of gold plus spider man far from home to a story for the art of racing in the rain the farewell hand
"bill hader" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Yeah. For the first time a little basketball break we ever solo coming in a couple of days, we are going to hit every single MBA angle possible. But we have the one, the only Bill Hader had to talk season to berry and a whole bunch of other stuff will basketball him. And then I did an interview with common who somehow had never had on the podcast. But he finally came on. And, and he was awesome. This is a really good podcast. I'm almost jealous for you. They haven't heard yet. Anyway, here it is right now. I are friends from pro Jim. All right. Bill haters, here. I feel like you were just here is here. I had, we had to talk about a bunch of stuff, we'll do graphs I, but I wanna break down season to Barry, okay, including an Connick episode that I'm sure you've been asked about a lot. There's some good stories behind. You've done some interviews though. I feel like yeah I'm like getting sloppy fifths. But it's fine. Now. You'll find something that I haven't spoken about. Yeah. You usually do. Use very interview friendly this year. I yeah, it's I get you get a lot of, I don't know why people are gonna ask me for interviews. And, and yeah I am. You know, it's like good. It's weird when it's your show you know, like I'm it touts about to come out. Yeah. And I'm very excited about that. But there's eight of us. So it's a lot of like when the interviews come up with Mike, I can't like McEvoy do that. But when it's your thing you're kind of, like, oh, yeah. I'll go talk to them. You know. And I'll yeah because you get. I just did Joe Dante's podcast. Joe Dante's podcast. He has a podcast. Yeah. Yeah. It's great. Yeah. It's like he did trailers from hell..
"bill hader" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Hustle that works for you and works for. For your schedule is usually beneficial life gets new guide on how to pay for college in apple podcasts for an NPR dot org slash life kit. Let's get back to my interview with Bill. Hader, co creator, and star of the HBO series, berry, you know, it's funny when you're when someone like me is at home watching Saturday night. Live watching the performers do really funny things. I'm thinking, like God there, so lucky. They're having such a good time doing this. You can see what a good time they're having doing this, and you're telling me that like it was not the performance part was not enjoyable. It was kind of terrifying. Yeah. I think that's towards the end. I started laughing a lot and sketches, especially on play the Stefan character things like that. And that was it was funny. But it was also a releasing a lot of that anxiety and kind of going, what's the worst second happen? I know well the phone just went off in here. Not my cell phone is known in the phone. The phone in the well, that happen. I don't know. They're calling me too. Get me out of here. Yeah, that's it. And it's like it's Lauren Michaels. Shut up. All right. I'll start. I'll start over actually. I've I'd say that joke about Warren, but actually he didn't mind laughing because he said, if you were laughing about something that wasn't funny, I would be annoyed with you. But what you're saying is so ridiculous. And funny, I it's enjoyable to watch. But I think the reason John Mullany would do that who put things on the cue cards that I haven't seen or he would tell me about it as well. Stefan, stefan. Yeah. Is that I was so wound tight beforehand, and what I always wanted to do with my hands when I was in skit playing doing sketch was, what Stefan does cover my face. I always wanted to put my head down. So if you watch go back and watch me. My hands are constantly wanting to cover my face especially on update. I remember playing John Malkovich in my hand was in front of my face the entire time. And Doug Abeles who ran update came up like Didi gotta put your hand down. I can't see your face wiser hand up in front of your face. And I'm like 'cause I'm terrified I'm having a panic. I mean, not a panic at the but I just I just would get so charged up we get so anxious about going out, so on the show know about that. Some people knew about it. I think the I I'll be totally honest. I when I would I don't blame them I think some people thought it was just being dramatic which I. Don't blame them because it was this kind of before everything, I think people got a bit Ling, right? Bill. Relax, you know. You know, not talking lot staring down at my feet, I would just get or towards the end I would try to just go oh there it is. You know, that's your, that's your friend. You know, don't fight it. Just go. Okay. There's anxious feeling like let's just what just let it attack you and but don't fight it because you fight it, it gets worse. So did you ever think like this kind of acting this kind of live acting in front of an audience was bad for you and therefore, you should stop doing it? Yeah, but I, I, but I was getting more successful at it, like more people were noticing me from the show. So there's this weird thing. You know, it takes time to kinda hit on that show for some people, and I definitely wasn't until the end of my time there, that people would get recognized for it or whatever. But yeah, I've been asked to, like, for instance, I've been asked to host award shows, and I always say now because I'm like, I'll, I can't I just it's to maybe t- nerve wracking. So I have to ask you about your eyes on Saturday Night, Live, you always, you have very big eyes and you're one of those people who can, like raise, one eyebrow, Senator live. You always used drives great for comic effect on Barry staring into your luck. When I look at your eyes, I'm Barry, like sometimes you're is you're saying, like thousand yard stare, the stare of a soldier who seen combat too long. Sometimes it's the stair of someone with just like so much existential dread. And sometimes it's the stare of somebody who has just become overtaken by rage, and anger. And I wonder if you think about your is at all, whether they it just kind of happens that your is communicate so much. Yeah. I don't think about it at all. Thanks for saying that, that's a nice compliment. It's funny. You say that because I raise there is a funny thing that happened was one of our editors Kyle Ryder were, we're what? Episode four and I just went to a have any other facial expressions. I just have the same facial expression, this whole show. I just look angry and he, he played this clip, and it's me, and it's me, he plays the take I do the take, and then you hear our director of that episode LIZA Johnson going. That was great. Bill. Do you want to do another one? And I go noth- mom. Good. I think we got it. He's like, do you know do do another take man? Did you know? No, I would always do I always do like to take some like that. I say everything, right. Are we good? Okay. Let's move on. You want to save time and money and get everything made. Yeah. I just I'm like, I, I'm I mean, this, it's, it's hard to talk about this without like sounding like, you know, you're being modest where I'm quoting Alec on this. Alec is always like as far as writing. I oh I can't he, he said, you're the only performer writer that I know that can't write for himself. I always writing for I, I write best for Sally. No hang, no Fuchs. But as far as the Barry stuff is concerned, we're always coming around to bury kinda last, you know, episode seven of the season till I think, two weeks before we shot it berry had no storyline. It was just like what's he doing? He's just kind of hanging out now at Kennedy like berry has no storyline. The shows call Barry, what is he doing? But I was so focused on, you know, Fuchs in coup snow, and, you know, Sally and her agent and all these other things that I wasn't even. Thinking about it. And then we were like what if you got it not dish in? And then we kind of added that in at the eleventh hour that whole storyline. And, but yeah, I I I'm the same way as as an actor too. I kind of like go is that we happy with that, okay? We can move on. You know, I'm not a I'm not precious. I'm weirdly I like very few in the edit. I like fewer choices. I kind of like having to be forced to make decision as opposed to, you know, when I was in my early twenties, he's idea. I thought it was so romantic that Stanley Kubrick would shoot one hundred and fifty. And now I'm like, that's crazy. Why would you do that, that makes it now that I've done it? I'm like late. That's that's insane. You know, you don't need to do that, watching the takes is going to take forever. Yeah. But it doesn't I think there's this thing of directors want actors to stop acting, so they, they pummel him to death with a lot of takes, and I just feel like that someone is not really respecting an actor and also someone that all you have to say is, hey, could you try this, you know? Could you do less? Let's take another break here, and then we'll talk some more, if you're just joining us, my guest is Bill Hader, and he's the co creator star co writer, producer, also directs episodes of the HBO series, berry will be right back. This is fresh air support for this podcast and the following message. 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"bill hader" Discussed on Kickass News
"In season, two of HBO's, dark comedy series berry since debut into critical acclaim last year berry has steadily grown. It's loyal following and earned four EMMY awards, including an EMMY award for best actor in a comedy series to hate her himself, for him the show, which he co created and stars in is more than just an opportunity to explore a darker more nuanced character than fans might be used to from his time on Saturday night. Live and movies, like super bad and train wreck. It's a return to his, I love filmmaking and the fulfillment of a lifelong dream to be a director. And if there were ever any doubts about his abilities behind the camera, they were blown away by this season's episode five which followed the much anticipated battle of winter fell and immediately had audiences talking and today, Bill. Hey. Joins me on the podcast to talk about everything that went into that brilliantly cinematic episode of berry, including how he choreographed nearly thirty minute long fight scene. And why he had to hire a construction crew to build him the perfect tree, he reminisces about his childhood love of film, his early days in Hollywood, as a struggling production, assistant and the happy accident that led him into improv. Then Bill Hader recalls his original audition for Saturday night. Live a few of his favourite, obscure impressions from SNL in design FC show documentary now and some strange advice. He got from Lorne Michaels about not being Bill Murray on a boat. He shares, what he learned about story from his days in the writer's room on south park, how he manages to walk, the line between comedy and darkness on his new series and how his love of cheesy true. Crime shows like forensic files and snapped come in pretty handy on berry coming up with Bill hater in just a moment. Last year. SNL alum Bill Hader surprised audiences with the debut of his dark comedy series, berry on HBO. Earning him four Emmys, including an EMMY for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series. Now berry his back for a second season. And it just keeps getting stranger, funnier and darker, all at once, just like its creator and star Bill. Hader? Bill. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having me. I've been such a big fan of yours going back to SNL days. And of course, documentary now which I think is so so under appreciated and people, definitely have to tune in the eye of see and see that, but berry is so brilliant. And so next level for anyone who hasn't seen the show, let me just tell them your character berry is a hitman from Ohio who makes his way to LA and decides to kind of have a midlife crisis and pursue acting part of the peso's of this show is watching that familiar plight of the aspiring actor trying to navigate his way through the movie business..
"bill hader" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Hour number two of the rich Eisen show is on the air after this show or winging off to Nashville the next four days of this show will be from Nashville Tennessee, home of the two thousand nineteen National Football League draft wear a draft draft week is finally hit. And the sure thing of calamari at the top of the of the draft board for the Zona cardinals is no longer Cording to Pete Prisco of CBS sports Schorr thing how about that will dive a little bit deeper into that conversation. We did a little bit with James Jones last hour if collar Murray is not chosen by the cardinals first overall, then the guy who a lot of people have above him on their draft board. Louis Riddick being one of them between Haskins who's about to join us here on the program will be the first quarterback off the board. And who knows where he's about to join us here on this program. Great chat back in the green room. And Bill Hader, the EMMY award winning creator of Barry Barry himself love that show. What a tripleheader, right. Now between thrones Barry and veep on HBO right now. And we will in our number three discussed game of thrones from last night at the I think we'll give you more. Because again, we're we're we're we're radio only over the next four days. Okay. So we're we are gonna talk about it in our number our number three of this program. Eight four four two four riches. The number two doll, Brockman. What's our poll? Question results that we have so far two hundred garage springing off of your your lead today about Kevin Durant. Yes. Biggest match up nightmare in the NBA. What is the biggest match up nightmare? Kevin durant? James harden Jaanus? Joel Embiid Dissa rant right now. Forty one percent yon twenty nine percent heart in twenty five percent and beads nobody can guard him who's garden Durant. He's kicking you out in the three point line. He's taking down below. He's blocking shots. He's. A match up nightmare. Yes. Foot seven footer shoot twenty ranch joined the warriors. So he just gave up his entire career. Which is why he's got to leave the warriors to go ahead and start something for the Knicks which has been nothing, but a dark sucking noise in the NBA for the last quarter century, I still don't understand this narrative. I don't get it. And the fact that he's playing right now knowing he's leaving don't get it. Don't understand it. Yeah. There's a lot all at all being said, maybe we'll touch on that with the Bill Hader shortly. Also, we've got Brechin Meyer in our number..
Bill Hader on Barry | Interview
"Double sized episode of the big picture. This is a conversation show with filmmakers, and we're talking to a few of them today. The first of which you may have heard of his name is Bill hater he is. Of course, the creator the writer producer, and sometime director of a little show called Barry show on HBO that we love here at the wringer. I talked to Bill about making Barry, but more specifically just about movies because men this guy knows a lot about film, and he's really fun to talk to you. He put me on to a bunch of movies. I think if you're interested in the wider world of movies in the history of the medium, you'll enjoy this chat. And then right after that, we're going to have another interview with two people. I really admire the actress Mary Kay place who you may recall from things like the big chill. She was an EMMY winner in the seventies. She's been steadily working as an actress for the last forty years and the critic turned filmmaker and documentarian Ken Jones. Kent's first film as a narrative film maker is called Diane and Mary Kay. The star of that movie, and it's a really beautiful intimate complex portrait of a person nearing the end of their life. And how things change around them as they approach that stage. So please stick around after Bill to listen to that one. But before that, let's go right to Bill Hader. Joined by actor writer, director producer all kinds of stuff ill hater, hey, buddy. How are you? I'm doing good. So bill. This is a show where we talk about movies, and you made a TV show, but you are like the all-time movie buff. Yeah. And so I wanna talk about berry as kind of a filmmaking property. What do you think? Yeah. It'd be great now. Most people kind of friends who were like, it's kinda just, you know, a four hour movie that we've broken up into eight is that how you can send it as like. Well, the way we write it. I had never written in a in a traditional TD writing room writer's room before the only one had really been in outside of Santa live of south park. And finally kind of knew what those guys did. And it was kind of like their their shows have, you know, a three acts, and so you were kind kinda just it was never really written in order. It was kind of. We know this needs to happen. Then at some point this happens, and then towards the end, maybe this happens, and then you're kind of finding scenes at connect these things, and then it all starts changing. So I kind of did that. But with with eight episodes, I would just put one two to four one through eight up on the bore whiteboard. I would just start plotting, and you know, season one it was like, okay. So, you know, end of episode to be really good. If you know, they had this thing for rhyme Addison embarrassed starting to realize, you know, e- seizes father speak in rhyme. Adam's, father speaking, he realizes. Oh, gosh. You know, he didn't you've never seen that side of it before, you know. And then maybe it's good if you know Vaujour's following them that'd be good. You know in the in the, you know, the the way call it his his friends from Chris in those guys military guys they come in around episode. Owed four or five. So question Mark, you know, more friends years, your puzzle PC, and you're just kind of laying it out, but you laid out as a full things. So, you know, by eight it's like, I just know eight forever just had moss versus berry at the end. And we had no idea where that took place or what happened. But I I've felt and we all kind of felt like they should have she should figure it out. You know? So we knew that was at the end of eight at the end of the last episode, but we didn't know how that would happen is that more similar to the way you'd read a movie, I mean, I don't know. I I mean, I everyone has a different way of doing it some people the idea out of outlining is for bowdoin in people. I think because screen play unlike a novel novel can be as long as you want screenplay should be about under twenty pages. And when you're structuring a story for film or. Television. There has to be like structure to it. You know, now that doesn't mean in asked to be kind of like what we do or you know, that kind of Billy wilder thing. Or I, you know, where it was every everything is set a payoff, everything is super clean, and you know, that what by I love that. It's really hard to pull off in. That's why I enjoy that kind of writing. But you know, I mean, I mean, some of the best movies of Hollywood specially in the seventies were really during didn't know where it was going, but they have a structure there. You know, be too great how Ashby movies being there and last detail fron tense purposely last details just kind of a a road movie quest movie quest movie in about these two guys finding their humanity in in and trying to show this guy a good time before he goes to jail in. Kind of forgetting their jobs is in what they've learned military men and all this and an in kind of shedding their the humanity that they have to repress when I put the uniform on and all that, and it's all very emotional. But when you look at it, it's got a really great structure, you know, has a really tight structure now, I don't know if Robert towne took that book, and you know, outlined it in figured it out. But if feels that way, and so sometimes the first draft is like an outline you're kinda like you're writing I've done it both ways we write a draft to something with no outline in it. It's got a lot inspired stuff in it. But it's kind of cranky, you know. Yeah. So then you kind of go over it you show it to a friend in the gonna will head of it there. You know, this would go here what you know in the new you'd try to because you want it to feel kinda we're Ganic. But when you're doing TD showing you got thirty minutes. It's it's kinda hard to do that. Because you have to keep a tight inside frame. It really tight. Yeah. And I'm also just someone I don't like wasting people's time. And so when we got the TV show actually went back and watch TV. But I would I would read short stories was really good. I would want. I would read like Tobias Wolff for Flannery O'Connor any these people and kind of see just pay attention to the structure, you know, in in not that far off the tone of those writers. I feel like to. Yeah. Yeah. Give me and hard to find. As like totally an incredible berry template as far as gets on this incredibly funding in very disturbing at the same time. But you know, trying to understand where the emotions coming from. I think we're Alec Berg, and I worked so well together as I'm kind of all emotion, and he's all logic. And my strong suit is as weak suit in my weeks at his strong suit. Not that he's not. National is he's he's comes up. I think some
Documentary Now! Season 3 is a Must Watch
"I wanna recommend documentary now on IFC look for those who don't know says Myers along with Bill, Hader, and Fred arm. Ascend created the show which is really to make fun of the documentary style. Because if you're a documentary family me, you know, that there are a lot of tropes that happen in the genera documentaries. And so they just launched season three. Three. Seth Meyers wrote the first two part episode, which is called bat S word valley, which by the way is a take on wild country documentary that I loved and Greenland here on the show. It's fantastic Owen Wilson, Michael Keaton, Connie Chung as Connie Chung is in it. And then they just had an episode that John lenience Myers wrote which was about the about a nineteen seventy Broadway musical comedy. And it started tearing Callum, and it was so very good. So it's a fantastic third season.
Zach Galifianakis, Founder and Bill Hader discussed on Dr. Daliah
"Eleventhhour holes preview i'm elliot francis a condemned killer in nevada who'd given up on any further appeal has been given a lastminute reprieve correspondent james dinan tells why las vegas judge ruled that the state illegitimately acquired madonna's alum a sedative it planned to use in a lethal drug combination to execute convicted murderer scott dosier madonna's alum has been used in executions before but alvin the drug's manufacturer sent a letter to the state of nevada in april telling officials at oppose the use of its products in executions on wednesday just hours before nevada's first execution in twelve years alba attorney accused the state of hiding how would acquire the drug stormy daniels was arrested at an ohio strip club overnight accused of leading patrons toucher a violation of state law her attorney michael nutty says daniels was taken into custody during a show in columbus ohio ninety claims during the performance on patrons touched her in a quote don sexual way ohio law prohibits anyone who wasn't a family member to touch a nude or semi nude dancer of an call the arrest a complete setup nominations route this morning and jim roope has a previous ones really all over the place as far as possibilities william h macy's seems a shoe in for shameless as does donald glover for atlanta and bill hader for berry could be anthony anderson for blackish or eric mccormack four will and grace even zach galifianakis for baskets those are the possibilities on the drama side look for the possibility of jason bateman for ozark milo ventimiglia for this as us and or sterling k brown for the same show this could also be the year for matthew rees from the americans will soon find out jim roope los angeles john's founder john schneider has stepped down and apologized after reportedly using the n word on a conference call in may schneider used the racial slur while taking part in a role playing exercise designed.
"bill hader" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"My first question for our guest today mr bill hader your allergy to peanuts real are welcome sir there it is yeah here peanuts real or fake what's going on fully real so the peanuts in the cup we should told you before him slowburn what is the worst reaction you've had today actually i had a reaction on them movie skills in twins what have we i was we're if you watched the movie there's a scene in a rock climbing wall in luke wilson yes i was given a chocolate i said i have not allergy and the person said do not worry there's no nuts in this in this issue and i ate and a had a by just a tiny bite of this chocolate and you get into is filipino butter and there's went right down my throat and i went this peanut butter in it i said no nuts i've been dealing with is my whole life and you just a collection of moron yeah he is go this happens all the time where you say have another allergy and they go here you go well that's pine sauce so it's different than you know that is that is made on that so i will i will die if i eat that so i had to be rushed to the hospital so just clues up yeah my throat started closing up and i start going and inflict shock so dressed like milo had like all the things on brought in and and the and so when you watch that scene luke wilson is all shot in december and then when it cuts to me that's all white late january february we got one day so the whole rock climbing scene is us talking to each other like two months apart.
"bill hader" Discussed on About Last Night
"Yeah i guess you can't tell until it actually happened of a live audience that meeting in that and that was a sketch i know mullany tweet out that he and jost wrote that sketch back in two thousand nine and then it just got brought back but it makes sense when you write something to it comes from you it's like oh maybe only you can do it maybe some of those paces only mullany could have done it did a really cool bill hader have anything like that we brought in sketches at like didn't work like urge didn't get chosen for him but then now that he's i don't remember if you i'm sure you did right steph i think that was bill haters episode was i think the first episode i ever saw you oh break during a sketch when he was running over you rascal no that wasn't planned it was amazing that was the plan no i didn't know just kept moving so you're just playing the sketch and all of a sudden oh bills backing his restless intimate i just have to keep going with this well also one of my favorite things ever in comedy it's slow movements and it going on forever and there was no i think that's my favorite thing is something going real slow taking forever empowers member he's driving my car dominance they're way over in the other side yeah that's my one of my favorite thing that that there's such commitment to a bit like that really this is going to work.
"bill hader" Discussed on The Watch
"Yeah although do you know i saw that documentary ab yeah i was reading some interviews you you did henry about about the show and one of the things i love about about which about oregon and one of the things i love about the show is that you know superficially it's about this these worlds acting worlds in this hitman world but there's a lot of very relatable stuff in all the writing and in all the all the storylines and you just hit i i don't mean to interrupt you you just hit something that's really important because if it's not on page it's not on the state yeah and we have the the the unsolvable has the good fortune of having bill hader and alec berg in the same room at the same time and that is no joke that's not hyperbole because all you have to do is watch the show and you see 'em right yeah the writing is precise and extraordinary and i'm very proud to say i make bill hader craze henry and would you like to follow he makes you know he doesn't make me crazy crazy how does this what he says to me every day could could you just do it once okay here yeah no that's true but i you know what as an actor too i'm the same way where you go i wanna make it my own but it has a rhythm but has a rhythm to it that you're like oh no but i you know i think that you know i it you don't make me crazy people on the show make me crazy.
Bill Hader, James Mcevoy and Tristan Thompson discussed on Steve Trevelise
"The first official clip to come from the surprise ep my dear melancholy which the weekend dropped in late march there was immediate buzz about how much it was inspired by his ex bill hader and james mcevoy are this close to joining the sequels screencrush dot com says the actors are in talks to join it chapter two as the grownup versions of the losers clubs ritchie and bill respectively jessica chastain already signed on as the grown up version of beverly marsh but third kardashian baby of the year has arrived as khloe kardashian welcomed her daughter yesterday popcrush dot com has all the latest involving khloe on boyfriend tristan thompson the nba cabs pro who spent a season and a half of his high school career here in jersey playing at saint benedict's prep in newark he's also got a fifteen month old son prince vote on the.
"bill hader" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"It's bullseye jesse thorn nextstep are pow bill hader of course you know him from his time on saturday night live he was often an impressions guy he did an incredible vincent price exactly what all the kids wanted here a perfect vincent price impression but his most famous character was stefan from weekend update i mean i'm sure you remember stefan right new york side is club is taste nightlife designer tranny griffith is back with all new club that answers the question look for a bouncer there isn't one instead the doors guarded by ten jacked homeless guys in old fashioned bathing suits built left saturday night live in twenty thirteen and he's been in movies like train wreck inside out sausage party he also co starred with fred arm in the ifc show documentary now which features elaborate parodies of the greatest documentaries of all time if you've ever wanted to see grey gardens as a found footage horror movie now's your chance his latest project is a tv show called berry hater stars as the show's title character buried berkman he's an ex marine turned low rent hitman in ohio turned aspiring actor in la it sounds like a comedy it is there were a lot of great jokes in it but it's also really dark it's not cute or especially stylish about the ways that it shows violence and trauma and in that way even though the premise is a little preposterous berry is very honest.
"bill hader" Discussed on The Watch
"Oh kind of the brainchild of bill hader totally and i definitely felt especially in the pilot which i think is is definitely something like with pilots are like i and sometimes and sometimes they feel a little overwrought but this was one of those pilots that you could tell bill hader had been thinking about for a long time i think he actually shot this quite a while ago well in typical each fashioned their development pipeline is so slow that i think he i started to generate the idea way fourteen in fourteen fifteen yeah with alec berg who has a great resume but more recently is the co show runner silicon valley they shot the pilot i think in early sixteen shot the series and seventeen and it finally premiered in eighteen and it has the feel of something that's been really really thought out not only is the world really well developed in a not in a very subtle way amid sense of place in terms of that north hollywood vibe that that the the character mostly resides in is really excellent but also totally which is probably the hardest thing to find an pilot i agree with that so to give a little bit of background basically this is about exsoldier who's gotten back from afghanistan and becomes a hitman working for one of his father's friends and he seems to by the way is also in collateral yes right literally a hip person from the army walk working for one of her father's friends and frankly there's a couple of beats in here where this show does remind me a little bit of grosse pointe blank which is pretty pretty i think important movie in our high school days john cusack minnie driver college six something that ninety seven maybe is that when you were in high school.
"bill hader" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"How long has it been since the two of you saw each other i don't know it's been like a so you liga random like premiere of something yeah did you guys make up make up we heard there was a major rip me and i made that over at the var he's bills co star in bury a major outsize van so he knows the thing or two about ruthless assassins hey writer the show from your son sunday and i hear you are incredible in it congratulations yeah favorite housewife phaser parks free fatal everybody for your back let's get started jay pharaoh and bill hader thirsty for your questions but before we get to those three things tonight i bill hader maybe an expert at creating faux documentaries on documentary now and not to be a total grizzly man but i wonder if he can decipher the thin blue line between dock we made up and one that's just an inconvenient truth here's what let's play documentary now or documentary no bill through some hard hitting pieces and you tell you use your expertise to tell me if it's real or fake the cringe quotient a sex ed teacher in oregon as parents to deliver accounts of their sex lives hoping students are so grossed out they choose abstinence real or fake i i hope that's fake it is fake i think we're alone now to super fans attempt to get closer to the object of their undying love former teen pop star tiffany it's real that israel.
Bill Hader Calls Justin Bieber The Worst-Behaved 'SNL' Guest
"And it's been a while yes yeah months that katy perry was on twitter and talked about mariah carey's backstage requests during shows and she got an unexpected response from mariah herself so katie tweeted one time i heard a rumor that mariah carey used to have puppies backstage at her request to make her feel happy and this is making my pop dreams come true well mariah saw that tweet and responded that was one time and she has fans where did that come my quote come from course mean girls i just would like to say mariah mariah carey i not admitting that it was only one time like what do you mean you're gonna fueled flames of the room i mean is there really a difference between demanding puppies once versus demanding puppies always got to be hard to get them all the time if you demand puppies once we know a lot about you like i don't think my my understanding of you changes i suppose you're a number of puppies you demanded changes the fact that you did at once indicates that perhaps you're a diva and finally who was the worst musical guests and saturday night live history well no bill hater he was on watch what happens live last night he said it was justin bieber really back in two thousand ten and two thousand thirteen he said bieber is he just seemed exhausted or just at the end of a rope and bill hader went on to say that usually celebrity guests are on great behavior when they show up to saturday night i thought for sure he would have said like i was thinking performance wise like ashley simpson also do we how long bill hader on longtime writer to before he was before he was like i'm just saying it's his opinion i bet there have been some.
"bill hader" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I thought was was pretty great and i was thinking of that while watching the kiss me i'm irish thing which i thought was very funny so that's the bill hader episode so bill hader segway i see has a new show on hbo that i am so excited about and i really really really hope it's good it's called berry tell everybody about it berry is created by built heater and out burke who is also one of the co creators on silicon valley and the the premise is that bill hader plays basically a former military sharpshooter veteran who returned to the family home with no jobs and was sort of looked into working as a higher this asan as as you do and so he gets sent out to los angeles on a hit that involves some random eastern european mob sort of an in over your head kind of thing and he finds himself in an acting class that's taught by henry winkler just observing the person he's planning on killing and in the moment he realizes a sense of of camaraderie and approval that maybe he hasn't felt in his ordinary life and he becomes intrigued by the possibilities of setting aside his life as a hit man to become a struggling actor in los angeles and that is the premise of berry and it is it is at times far darker and more serious than people maybe are expecting it to be and at times it is it is loopy and crazy and exactly what people are expecting it to the bill hader is is.
"bill hader" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"Hey folks sam jones here welcome to another edition of off camera the shore get to talk to conic creative curious artists and find out how they got that way and in this episode i sit down with actor writer director and former weekend update correspondent bill hader as a high school kid growing up in oklahoma bill hader received a progress report from his french teacher that had remarkable foresight bill is very funny in class he'll probably be on saturday night live one day it read although the next part was he got thirty seven percent on this test and he probably won't be speaking french bill had a natural gift for doing voices and impressions and years later he would indeed join saturday night live and for eight years he brought memorable characters to life including fan favorites like is exasperated vincent price the lecherous italian vinnie vitucci and of course we can update correspondent stefan as one of those talented cast members on the show it's hard to believe bill when he tells me that it was never his dream to be on saturday night live after his eight year stint on that show and roles in a number of films like the skeleton twins train wreck and inside out bill is finally realizing his dream with berry his upcoming hbo show about a hitman who really wants to be an actor bill directs writes and stars on the show and because he favors truthfulness over funny gags it's one of the most unique shows on television in comedy he says it's so easy to come up with gags and little bits it's a lot harder to make a person's motion journey make sense bill hader joins off camera to discuss storytelling in berry struggling with anxiety on saturday night live why he waited so long to pursue his filmmaking dream and why everyone is hometown thought he was on drugs so pull up a chair and listen in.
"bill hader" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Bill hader welcome to q high laced heavy man i'm a fan of yours oh man that means a lot thank you very much i'm gonna i'm gonna do my best to try and summarize berry here so it's a series that centers on barry berkman who's a disillusioned hitman who discovers that his true passion might not actually be killing people for profit but it's acting and what i mean by that is that it's not that he becomes he gets cast days of our lives or ends up becoming a successful actor it's his love of the craft so he enters into these sort of small acting schools the pop up all around la it's one of the few shows that in our office we've been able to make people laugh just by saying what the premise the premise is yeah i mean we'll made us laugh about it our burg and i who created the show together and was that it was it was it was so strange the setup was so strange but it had like an emotional thing that we related to of of just the thing of not liking your day job and but you're good at it but the thing you want you love and the thing you have a passion for you're not that good you know why why hitman though basically i got a wait call a development deal be oh and so i had to deliver script and i didn't have an idea and i met with alec berg or mutual agent put us together and we just started throwing around ideas and we have one idea that we worked on for about a month and a half and then we kinda decided one day this idea stinks doesn't really work and out of frustration i said what if i played a hitman but it was like meet weird awkward bill.
"bill hader" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"This is a cbc podcast escape instantly with cobo discover over five million e books and audiobooks on kobo dot com download the free kobo app and start reading today maybe you felt this way before you're working really hard on something you get really really good at it you get some success at it but you feel almost like you haven't earned that success like if you you don't deserve it i think they call that imposter syndrome it can happen to all sorts of people teachers writers radio hosts even actors bill hater is someone you've probably seen in a bunch of movies and on tv but he's only just gotten comfortable calling himself an actor at all which is kind of hard to believe i mean this is a guy who every week transformed himself into one of the most memorable characters on saturday night live ever if you need to get a spot checked out just the place for you near excite is cloud is germany bowl located on the lower upper side this random home invasion is a creation of legally drunk clothing designer nick nolte 'gabon ah bill hader as stefan saturday night live i show you just returned to last weekend maybe some hosting snl on saturday did a sketch on the cbc you know to say but the reason you're about to hear from him now because he's just about to launch in new show on hbo called barry bill hader plays berry hitman who realizes his passion is not killing people at all it's acting and he just wants to get better at it even though it's not easy bill hader join me from a studio in california to talk about the parallels between the character berry and his own life his own anxiety when he was on saturday night live and we even got a chance to do a little stefan take a listen.
"bill hader" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Bill hader welcome to q high laced heavy man i'm a fan of yours oh man that means a lot thank you very much i'm gonna i'm gonna do my best to try and summarize berry here so it's a series that centers on barry berkman who's a disillusioned hitman who discovers that his true passion might not actually be killing people for profit but it's acting and what i mean by that is that it's not that he becomes he gets cast in days of our lives or ends up becoming a successful actor it's his love of the craft so he enters into these sort of small acting schools the pop up all around la it's one of the few shows that in our office we've been able to make people laugh just by saying what the premise the premise is yeah i mean we'll made us laugh about it at and i who created the show together and was that it was it was it was so strange the setup was so strange but it had like an emotional thing that we related to of of just the thing of not liking your day job and but you're good at it but the thing you want to you love and passion for you're not that good at right you know why why hitman though basically i got a wait call a development deal at age peo and so i had to deliver script and i didn't have an idea and i met with alec berg or mutual agent put us together and we just started throwing around ideas and we have one idea that we worked on for about a month and a half and then we kinda decided one day this idea stinks it doesn't really work and out of frustration i said what if i played a hitman but it was like meet weird awkward bill.
"bill hader" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"You know other people i mean i was just like your idols right washing them you know and they were so norm yourself but they were just nice people you know they're canadian very very pleasant yeah all right buddy was good seeing you congrats on the new show my my my girlfriend watched the trailer and she's excited about it that's good that's a good sign that's a successful trailer oh good looks funny oh good yeah oh good well we'll see all right thanks buddy that was bill hader bill hader you so funny sweet guy peace and dude bury his new hbo show premieres sunday march twenty fifth so listen folks before we get to know i wanna make sure you know that spotify is a great way to stream this podcast and many others like it on your mobile device desktop app and smart speaker they've made it really easy you just open the app on your mobile device or desktop click on the browse channel then click on the podcast section you'll be able to stay thoroughly entertained whenever and wherever you listen to podcasts thanks to spotify all right you got that right you've got it i'm like i'm a nut bag man i'm an obsessive compulsive nut job i was doing comedy last night i did three sets at the comedy store i wore one of my favorite shirts my fill sin sort of mustard he rust coloured flannel shirt and i'm a guy who carries a notebook and pens so i stuck a pen in my pocket and i didn't close it so now there's a fucking ink spot that i can't get out i've many shirts that have the same markings but i didn't want it for this year i didn't want it for this shirt i wanted to shirt to stay pristine loved the shirt i rarely wear it but it looked so fucking good and i fucked it up with a.
Bill Hader and a handful of ringers can't overcome some lazy writing on Saturday Night Live
"In the elevator thick we blew our comedy guide the bills were you bless to say yes that's what the they get a real job regretted no you sneaking in his goons in retrospect we work really hard on this promo what about stop can i take my opinion now that sucked i hated that well all right you like about it funny i like the kids saying he wants to be his dad and telling his real dad melvin to leave is funny i think it's visually i liked it it's funny the waiting in the bathroom forum share yeah it was a mess i just want the simple hey i'm bill hader and i'll be hosting saturday night live this week and then in walks leslie joan and says something silly and then there's a stupid look on his face and that's it brevity okay well love bill hater my favorite bill hader beds is of course that impression of keith morrison what did they fine when they opened up the trunk of that car was my boyfriend's body all right no he he was dead oh no then later they all too real story of jeff lilley bishop when their boat capsized they've found themselves alone at sea but what are they really alone so it was day two and we were surrounded by sharks oh why it was terrible yeah it's so good his observation skills are on point you'd imagine that this is just going to be a rehash of a lot of your old favorite bill hader characters and moments this weekend i wonder how many original sketches we'll see and everybody's gonna wanna do the old stuff all over again stefan during the weekend.