27 Burst results for "Christopher Reeve"

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

04:11 min | 12 hrs ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"You got blood on the revolver. Thumbnail. And I don't know, you probably can't see that. I've got some puffiness going on in the rear strap here. So I want to know what happened to the holster. The hoster is fantastic. The pistol never come out of the hoster. It's got some, it's tore up a little bit. I mean, just like cosmetically. But it stayed in. It retained the pistol in there. I mean, you can go back and look at the gravel where skidded on my backside for about ten feet. And it never come out. And so I could probably write the review just on today, day one, but I'm not. We'll give it some more time, a little put it through some gentle work now, draw in and shoot, but so far, so good. But I do have a horse for sale if anybody's looking for one. For sale, I know what I have. She's not cheap. But she's the racehorse. So, there you go. Yeah, so well, even though it wasn't shooting, you did what we always Tony always jokes about, except he always says, we joke about dragging the stuff behind a pickup in the gravel, and instead you drag up between school. Yeah, drug it behind a horse with you attached. Yeah. Okay, well done. His daughter was out there and actually recorded it. All she did was send me the sound now. You got it, Tony? Yep. Okay. Wait. I don't know why he said that when he was coming down the driveway, but then she got this sound. Well, if you've ever heard ten failed to shit in a 5 pound bag, hit the ground, that's what it sounded like when I hear. The first thing I said, I said the rest. Rusty's a champ. He's got a video with his daughter stable in his head. He freaking and applied his own anesthesia. And meanwhile, the guy plays Superman, didn't even make it Christopher Reeve. He was in a wheelchair. Russ, he's like a maid of sterner stuff. In a steel man to the podcast on Tom. That's right. Podcast is the best podcast on the network. We nothing stop it. That's right. Absolutely. Dedicated. That's right. Tony, so what'd you do? Oh man, I had a great time. We had the kids shoot. Which was awesome that I volunteered for Saturday. And we just bought a whole batch of kids and had them shooting 22s. We had different kinds. They gave me the Henry lever action 22. So I ran that my port along with the Ruger ten 22 in the Hightower armory 90 22 chassis. So it looks like a suppressed PS P 90. And the kids love that and the cool thing is I put a what you call it on it. I had just an inexpensive like Costco red dot, which is cool. And I also like a friend of mine is an old rap and I think he sent this or maybe I caught it on one of their crazy sales, but it's an O light with a flashlight and a laser. And the kids really loved it. One of the little girls was right handed but left eye dominant and she couldn't really see. And they're so small because our kids were between the ages of ten and I think maybe the oldest was like 15.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Business as the krypton report. Mobile is my new laptop setup and we have this going on for when i travel when we do special. What do you call it movie. Watch along and commentary tracks and everything so kind of get used to this mike and we'll see how it goes it's exciting This episode is coming a little later than i wanted it to. That's because of just life. And i wanted to record this one. But if you've been listening to the podcast. And no i have been. I'm just getting over but it's a new month and with each. I've been trying to do what i've been the introduction. An actor who has did a couple in july you move now doc tour time to talk about probably the most famous legend the man who needs introduction who some people refer to the gold. Christopher is the face a lot of people think of when they generation eventually. We'll see a shift. I think with my kids especially their age bracket ear zia. You'll say super banned about won't be. I think i grew up at braehead dean. Cain he said superman christmas still. I don't. I don't know everything about baseball writers things like there's this one we can talk about the most but the least said but its bid to Let's get into fuel. E v was an american and being he would later go on bill back interesting story that a roommate thing about that for born. In new york's rediscovered. Perhaps he studied at cornell. University's broadway debut read decline many Action be choosing more Seven and he was a hort efficient. And i remember that at that. I'm just hearing stay was very brave. Boy of ten very realized he started on their back. That when you got eight chain dog bit mentioned earlier some roles in nineteen body turned on mason seventies mark harrity oaten interest- interesting also thirty pound or the role of a very thin superman harrison. Almost hauntingly alas keep played before his writing paralyzed individual of buff. Suspicious released six days. Now we know a lot about about over here talk about a lot of brand and just his body. Intended the superhero slater was and he was the tallest of the every plate at. He was sick looking ahead. It off or six four score. Yeah his son is five eight school. One of my favorite bits is the person that he trained with. British win role. Dave prowse actor darth vader or five six. Also while gerard was robin williams remained close friends for their life. Williams l. pay his medical bills and dedicate sessile beat. The demille lifetime re also rarely acted like chris has superman theory. Twenty four eastern which is built young bank. I think gerard there was actual older lot lot of people. I'm just showing a spotlight. Here's variant also. He was among a pilot interesting. But what. I think it was the only as an actor but as and it just it just hit so right is screen tests by one of my favorite. You know we we've talked. I think i don't know if he's my favorite superman. I like the back bay. His on starring baby is cracks is on record as being thin but is best. Physical look is which we will be doing. You know. I think some of the sadness in what you had said that so many people who were part of our not with chris at his knowledge is performance. It a new kind of but it also does it change the face and in some it's sad or in that can never that he will always know superman in good or bad. It's hard and that word as we have some who are taught now that we know some of the lesser known highlight. But chris will always be superman. I think that's the have.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Cinemavino

"To be slated for two. It was going to be a two part and then Richard donner got fired off halfway through of filming the second one. And I don't remember who picked up the slack, but to me. This is almost like kill Bill volume one and two. Superman one and two are essentially the same film or almost count the same. Because it seems to be like a kind of a godfather like an epic, those two films anyway. The other two were a little rough. But when you spend 40 minutes of origin story before you even get to him in the suit, it's like you leave a lot on address. Yeah. And I did I watched a interview with Christopher Reeve about how he wrote some of the dialog for Superman four. And it was about nuclear arms race and all this stuff and about what Superman would how he would factor into that. They're like, how come serran just doesn't throw all the nuclear weapons? And into the sun and then boom, you know, peace on earth and so they deal with that on there. It's still not a great film. But he wrote part of it or some of the dialog, and he was explaining that he was like, well, Superman to me is just a friend. He's somebody you can count on. He's just a friend. When you're feeling down, all that shit. And I definitely don't get that with this subsequent Superman. Like you get Brennan Ralph, who's kind of a weird stalker and Superman returns. Peeping on Lois elevator, like at her house and absente father as well. Sorry, spoiler alert. Yeah. And then you get Henry Cavill. Who is fine?.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"It's came out the same year i was born. And it's just been with me my entire life and to this day is one of the best superhero movie superhero movies ever made and i was. I was watching it. The other night. I saw black widow. I'm acts on opening night. Came back home and just felt like the need to watch. What superman which i did and i was just thinking of like the lightning in a bottle that they created when they filmed that of just that casts like christopher reeve margot kidder and gene hackman and the director. Richard donner like just lightning in a bottle is captured when they made that movie and the new technology that they used with the mirrors to make superman look like he's flying and everything it was just like nothing like that had ever been done and you can look at it know as like if you are younger maybe in gen z or something in. Think like you know this is dated and it is dated a lot of ways but man four. It's time and i still think for even now. It is still some of the best performances i've ever seen of any actor ever embodying a character and rest in peace richard. Donner you gave us. Some amazing movies lethal weapon. I mean this guy was a legend. So anybody have anything to say about richard daughter. Yeah i was really sad to hear of his passing to. I mean i completely agree with you. Superman what lightning in a bottle like. How could you even make a bad movie. Once you put that recipe together like you just knew something really special was gonna come out of it. And and yeah. He'll he'll sorely missed..

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Richard Donner, Director of Superman and Goonies, Dies Aged 91

BBC Newsday

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Richard Donner, Director of Superman and Goonies, Dies Aged 91

"The American film director Richard Donner, whose box office hits included Superman and the Woman has died. He was 91. The Warner Brothers studio described him as a pioneer of the modern superhero horror and action genres. The BBC's Adam Porter looks back at his life. Richard Donna began his career as an actor before becoming a TV director. After directing the Omen in 1976. He found international acclaim for his work on Superman. With Christopher Reeve, often regarded as the first modern superhero film. His hits in the 19 eighties included the Goonies and the Lethal Weapon series starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Gibson said. Richard Donner had a huge chunk of humility, referring to himself as merely a traffic cop, while Steven Spielberg said Donna was like a favorite coach, smartest professor and

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Ned Beatty, Titanic Character Actor of 'Network,' Dies at 83

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Ned Beatty, Titanic Character Actor of 'Network,' Dies at 83

"A veteran character actor has died this is all made sure our goal was his scene in the nineteen seventy two movie deliverance as a camper who gets brutalized by a group of thugs that many will remember Ned Beatty for it was this speech in network that earned him his one and only Oscar nomination the veteran character actor has died his manager says Beatty died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles yesterday he was eighty three years old just get the Daily Planet here it was also memorable as Otis the witless henchman of lex Luthor in the first two Superman movies that starred Christopher Reeves Beatty also appeared in all the president's men in the big easy and more recently as the warden and the Denzel Washington movie he got game I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'In the Heights' Makes Muted Debut, Edged by 'a Quiet Place'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

'In the Heights' Makes Muted Debut, Edged by 'a Quiet Place'

"A veteran character actor has died this is all made sure our goal was his scene in the nineteen seventy two movie deliverance as a camper who gets brutalized by a group of thugs that many will remember Ned Beatty for it was this speech in network that earned him his one and only Oscar nomination the veteran character actor has died his manager says Beatty died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles yesterday he was eighty three years old just get the Daily Planet here it was also memorable as Otis the witless henchman of lex Luthor in the first two Superman movies that starred Christopher Reeves Beatty also appeared in all the president's men in the big easy and more recently as the warden and the Denzel Washington movie he got game I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"What if we did one of 2.5 the bone Real Rod rodeo every year and we had a fundraiser. Or he saw Who do you think on the bone could ride a bull, the longest What do you call man? Um, I'm gonna go. I'm taking Micah. Yeah. Got some strong thighs. Yeah, I got them. Power ties on W W dies Right? Easy. Um I think it's gonna be somebody a little more Twinkie ish for lack of a better term Twinkies. Yeah, like I just feel like it's got to be somebody who Uh, who could it be? Might be Spike. He's great. I didn't think you'd like when you call in and you'd be on the radio that you had. Yeah, yeah, basket and then? Yeah, I mean, enjoy it. Don't screw it up. You keep mentioning that otherwise we're gonna turn on you and you'll never listen to the show again, Dude. Yeah, It's like it's like if you were having sex with a woman and you're just like Oh, wow. Haven't sex I can't believe it, man. It feels so good. Doesn't sex feel good? I love sex. Yeah, that was shut up in bang us Did Yeah, she wouldn't be very turned on much like we are right now. Exactly. You're making me drives the Sahara Desert, man. Come on, let me up, cowboy. Oh, man. Going on the spot here. Exactly, you know, just stop talking about the fact that you're doing it. No, don't talk about it Be about it. Who do you think, Spike? You think he'd be a good rodeo man like Spike would probably be the best rodeo man here. He just looks like he's got rodeo temple he does. He's wiry. That's a good term for a rodeo guy. Wiry. Hey, listen Before things get bad, I'll let you go, man. Thank you very much for calling us. I appreciate your unbridled enthusiasm. That's a horse, but yeah, and I hope we hear from you again. Yes. Very odd doing makers. Yeah, you too, buddy. Let us know when you find that horse for me to ride. You see the first Superman? The original Superman? No, Christopher Reeve and I know that he did give I know about the horse thing. What horse thing E just wanted to throw back to the original Superman. Oh, that was a fantastic movie. I don't know if it would hold up so well. For the time it had the perfect blend of romance action drama. And gravitas necessary for a great superhero film. Was it traumatic for the world? When that happened to Christopher Reeve's mean I would I don't know if it was traumatic, but it was very sad. Yeah, I mean, I just I don't I don't have a good grasp on how famous he was and how much that that affected people. He was incredibly famous, and it affected people a great deal to see that that happened. That's the thing about a horse. It's like you couldn't believe in it and train it. But at the end of the day That's an animal. And if it decides it doesn't you know wants to do bad things it will. That's what's always kept me away from the equestrian lifestyle is the fact that those things are so big and powerful, and all it takes is for them to turn on you and you're done, Dude. You'll never.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"I'd rather be like where I am now or just like single and not even thinking about it cuz if I get so nervous with like writing bad writing back I used to love I used I used to really love the hunt so much. I really did. I didn't mind it was like meeting a new person was so exciting. Yeah having those texts and and trying to like be clever dog. And like find interesting ways to like do stuff with that person and it's like that was all fun. And now in this time, I'm just like I am totally okay with being at home alone would come that person. Yeah. I hope it changes again, but I think I'm just in this like hermit crab Postmates to my door instead of tendering a fucking Uber Eats. This one looks good. I want to talk to that. She's Greek. Yeah. Oh gosh, what else is going on? Oh my gosh. Well, actually no no. No, I have a question for you. Don't tell me anything. You're going to answer you're going to answer this for me right now. Okay, because I realized I haven't talked about this with you know, you know, you do a lot of things on your own and get that we re-open creative relationship. I support it in every way. I know you sometimes you don't even tell me the stuff that you're doing and then I see it in this like backhanded way what? Yes song You're doing a new podcast with your friend Chris Cantore. Yes. We already were doing the podcast. Yep, and I thought you were talking about how you didn't want to do the podcast wage anymore. And now it's almost like it's like when someone goes like I'm breaking up with them. And then now you sound like you're like I'm pregnant we're getting married. It's like what so that's the only part of what I may. I know what you're going to be upset about Joe. No, I no no because it is it was very silent on my post about so you post like I've got a new podcast and and and told you that this was happening. Okay, I told you okay if I was thinking, okay. So the new podcast is called what unmanageable? Okay. And so you're doing that now are you doing the other podcast know? Okay, what had happened me and my other person is very very is very wonderful as well. I with like me being up in L us having this me having 17,000 jobs. Everything I had to like and this is where I think it is cool with relationships and friendships is that I felt like I had to shift kind of how him and I were working together. Okay. It was like we we went right from the radio to then doing a patreon and then also doing his show the Cantore show which was kind of still more like a catch for like the local businesses or you know, sure talk about an event and that was still like thought you were honest and like you weren't totally excited about that show and the way that you wanted to be. Yes, I've told him and he's very good about like listening to kind of how I'm feeling and then understanding and I just told him to feel like we were taping for like three hours on a Monday then I was driving up to Elliot. I just got to be too much sure and we restructured in a way where I told him like, I don't really want to be involved in anything business-wise. Okay, and I would just like to begin with one podcast a week. This is great this I'm glad you're telling me but like honestly, that's not even what I want to talk. Okay? Okay, so we I know what you're so just to tell you. So I said, what is an unmanageable about that long? So man because he was once called unmanageable by like HR people was really stuck with him. He can't let it go and we at our job together as well were referred to a manageable because like basically the radio people couldn't manage us and we you know, we would do things all the time. That would get us in trouble. So it's about more like like our patreons our call they're in detention and it's just out like getting in trouble not a shitshow are doesn't show that sounds very similar. But also what am I I'm not going to do one about like a wealth success because like they're all going to be based around the frailties of human life and dick pics. Do you think they'll be crossover? No, nope, like for example today we talked about his don't pitch the show. Fuck you. All right. Well, I want to talk about how I found out and how offensive this is. I love when you're offended. So I'm on Instagram and I'm scrolling through and I see this big yellow post. That's like unmanageable with Chris and Maryland. Like what's that? Oh, this is something new and that's not even the offense apart. The offensive part is is that for the cover for the cover? You had someone draw caricatures of you? Yes, one of his people and it and you know that I dropped characters like, you know, that that's something I do and you didn't even tell me or ask me like you you didn't even like you use somebody else for this trip and and and I'm going to be off with you. They are fucking awful. I know you would hate it. I knew because you didn't like it it's garbage. They are garbage drawing. I had them Photoshop and eggplant on my phone. And then I also. The I had them I asked if we could Spill The Coffee Cup on my desk because I'm like what that is really what would happen you don't so it's so funny how the drawings are so bad. They're so bad. They look like somebody like dog. Rule over photo of U. Yeah, and then the colorized it and then it tried to make it like cartoonish, but it wasn't it's like this weird. So you don't have like your body types are just like these stick figure everything is wrong about it. Everything Beavis and Butt-head type of things worse. It's worse. It's way worse, but it doesn't so funny how I'm not calling everyone like the common folk but people were like the drawings couldn't be better and oh, I know I know and what what pissed me off what pissed me off more is that if everybody knows me and you they're going to think that they're going to think that I fucking drew that people ask who did it and I said both I'll fucking kill you. I'll kill you and I said, I would check out his artwork. Hello from Dinkytown off and like this is actually a buffer. I tagged you in the homie. I'll fucking gut you like a fish. I'm serious. That would be like, it's so bad. I'm going to have to push this pictures. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I I don't even feel bad for the person through it like cuz they are not they it's somebody who knows somebody goes. Yeah my uncle drawers and like, you know, if I said, could you create the artwork for us? Would you have done it happily for me for free for free for free. 99 or would you charge me $100? I think I only would have charged. Cuz of the situation yeah, and I wouldn't have I would have given you crazy discount you would have but I think that because yeah, I value your time just because you value me as a Creator. I'm not sure you would you know, you would want to pay me. Yes. There was a there was a long pause right? There was a law absolutely values. That's what kind of one of the reasons that I hit you up is because I didn't want to waste your time. I thought okay. All right. Okay, fine fair enough fair enough. It's just like if you listen or if you can go check out the unmanageable. You see I made my little Instagram page. Hello. I know I know I was like, wow. Wow, it's so funny cuz you're always the biggest sweetest supporter of like anything I ever deal even my podcast with Lauren you are but like I noticed that you were very absent from like life on Facebook. I believe I was like so like just offended. Oh my God, that's so many levels..

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"Wow. Yeah, so I know that's that's what she wants us. We should give you didn't really help her a better thing. I should have done. Well, she didn't help herself. She didn't help herself. I could have said here's her number take her out on the date. I don't know. That was let me ask you a question. Let me ask you a question. Yes, and I I know I'm going to sound again. I'm somehow offended for someone else of course. Yeah. I just this is I see this happen a lot which is people barking and crying about what they can't find what they can't get and then seeing their actions and going like this is exactly the opposite totally of what you're trying to get. So I would say if she wants to have a relationship that's meaningful and respectful. Maybe yes, get to know that person a little dog. More than half hour or so as he's waiting on you and then a couple hours. Yeah. Yeah, and then already like bang bang. Let's do this. It's like she does is he going to respect each situation now, maybe it'll last for a moment, but right. No, I really supposed to get laid then just be honest about that. And so I just want to get laid then I wouldn't even be talking about like good for her. Yeah. Don't get some dick right back. I feel I really agree with that. I just hate when she's crying about some bullshit and then it's like I just want a good guy. I'll fuck you. It's like it's like I have a few single friends like that. It's like maybe you'd want a good guy and that's totally okay baby. You just want to be single and have sex with people that's fine. Yeah, I think that's totally fine to me to go get laid. I have a friend that specifically doesn't want to be in any relationship and she's just a mistress am from a couple different men wild for a couple. Wow, which I don't agree with and we've talked about this but she can she really logically like backed up her reasons and her situation and I think that's cool. Like I don't feel Good about that for the the wives but I definitely like she's in charge of her own life. And there you should do what she wants. Yeah, totally honestly, so that's that. So I was a good wingwoman off or you want it to go that way good for you, but maybe yeah, but I mean, I think you felt successful because you got delayed and she's happy and you want to see your friend Happy. Yes, so I get that and I was going to ask you I feel like no matter what you always have good game or you're confident that way whereas like when I'm single I feel awkward and scared by boys, but now but that I'm in a relationship. I feel like you know, it's almost that Grandma feeling where I'm like, I feel less secure and kind of taken so I can be like young boys of today so funny, I think like I'm a good wingwoman because I'm so not insecure because I have nothing to lose right before if it was just me. I would be like, I'm very weird around boys. Yeah. I'm sure that no matter what no. No, I don't know that that's true. I think I'm just I think I am a confident person with myself in a lot of ways off. But I don't know that that translates into like everywhere you go. You just like you kill it. It's like that's not true at all. It's like there is plenty of times where I see someone that I'm attracted to but but this is what I was just going to say that's a very interesting lunch this week where I met with a guy who's starting a company and he needs some help with marketing and we're in the middle of the lunch now, he's a friend of a friend so long it is casual. It's not like this business business thing. It's a casual thing but we're sitting there and we're in the middle of a talk and we're in La Jolla area, which is like the nice area of San Diego are like rich and there's a lot of Attractive people walking around and all sudden goes in the middle of discussing his ideas for the business, right? And again, I'm there just to hear his hair his stuff and then like try to give him some advice and and possibly start working with him. Okay, and he just gets I'm sorry. Just give me 1 second and he gets up and he walks, you know away from me and I kind of turned to see like where he's going like, oh what's going on he dead. Over and he starts talking to a girl what and I was I was like what what the fuck is this guy? Like a like would he be kind of like the CEO of a company like driving a Porsche or like no, he's dead. He's he's a he's a younger guy. He's probably in his early thirties. Oh wow, and he's I think he's just on the prowl right now and once you know meet girls and I get that it's really hard. He just moved to Palm to the town. Okay, and so he doesn't know anybody and so I'm sure he's lonely and I get that but it was one after it like just like boom walked across the outdoor patio to see a girl who was working on her laptop and a store like hey, do you have a boyfriend? Oh my God. See that's that's like the opening line. Like hey, do you have a boyfriend? Like are you seeing anyone? Right? I don't even know how to understand that to me seems like it seems like a sales person that's just goes for the and I'm not faulting him for it. That's whatever he's gotta do right for me. It seems so alien. Yeah, me too. I wouldn't never in a million years. Get up and walk across the room and just say I want to talk to you because you're attractive right to do that. I almost feel like that's offensive and have coming for me. It's like yeah, but okay, so you're attracted then you get to know each other than that, but like I just want it more natural. I want to be like talking to someone and then be like this person is actually very attractive. Yeah, and I don't know how you do that. I just not a guy that goes to a bar and goes like hey, how are you doing? Bubba? Let's look. Can I get you a drink? It's like okay. I mean they teach that in like the rules and all that kind of stuff. We're basically we had a guess our guests Jared Lawrence. I think it was telling us about how that was their training of just basically going out and making it a phone numbers game where like, yeah, maybe like the 30th girl. He does that too. Yeah today and if that works great, I'm just not comfortable with it. I couldn't do that. I could do that for my friend though. Like if if my friend. Yeah, it's like I feel like I'm losing myself by like doing that. Yeah, like just talking to a random because of their looks I I was kind of like what you kind of seem like a dog Move, it's not I'm no I'm probably wrong but it seems like a guy that has a lot of testosterone and just yeah see, I mean that person does that person want to be in a relationship or do you just want to fucking get some write some home? Yeah, maybe that person throwing himself into the and maybe I maybe it's you know, and I again when people talk to strangers, I think that's that's fine. I think it's just like how how that's a weird thing to go from not knowing someone to knowing someone and that's all based on the way. They look. Yeah. I hate hate hate. I do not miss the like texting game of eating. I'm bad at it makes me nervous or scared and I feel like I freeze and I don't know what to write and then that I really don't miss that at all..

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"Oh my God, that's great. That's a great response to an addictive. Yeah. Yeah. I wanted too long. I hope that one would like to stick with him. I'm like, oh God. I just I can't I really I know we've talked about this on the show before and I can't tell you exactly which episode it was nor will I give you $100 if you find it, but I just really can't believe that that's a form of communication to strangers right? I get it when you know the person maybe that you've already talked and you're sending dick pics. I don't do it but like I get it I get it but like a random out of nowhere like here's not ask for yeah. Here's my next. Okay, you know, it's like yeah to my mind. I'm thinking like, what is this person doing before that like like dead? I'm talking to this girl. What could I say? That's really clever. Okay. How about this? Yes and blah blah blah. And then also here is my fucking dick or is it a stock photo? Maybe stock cock the car off? That's what it looks like. I don't like a rooster in the morning ahead. Getty Images right over it. Oh my gosh, like Ron Jeremy penis. Don't be a funny idea to do with a picture of your own life has put Getty Images over and then it looks like you're kind of doing it and you're given the truth. But also you're acting like it's fake. Yeah like that. Oh, you could like Photoshop it on like a Beatles album or something like you could be inventive with your dog. If we ever get a photo shoot done. We should put Getty Images on the front of everything just so it looks like fake penises on it. So then I tried she was also talking in mid talk to like a month older, you know, maybe like 45 46 year-old. Okay, hold on. Hold on. You know, like I said is yours or guys the person who has a charity? Okay, do you like you but with maturity off? Is that a child's dick? Oh my gosh. And so I had her you know, she had written to him and basically said I think they were on for like a coffee date and on birth of her profile pictures. There's like a picture of her doing push-ups because she's a fitness person and so so he said something about like I'd like you to do a push-up or you know, can you do a push-up on me or something like that about push-ups wait, and so then I responded and I said, oh like I don't usually like push up on the first days. I don't know. I kind of like I said some remarks and then he sent a penis pic know this is an old man like an older forty-five or forty six year old, I guess it huh. And once again, it was like makes sense that I was not successful in the dating world when it came to apps. I just I mean I went on dates but I just never felt like it was natural. I know it's very weird. I wonder if I was doing the wrong things like maybe that's the communication which is like hey, I'm just here to I'm down to clown. Let's go home. Here's what you're going to get exactly the number one comes with simplest. So then so then like I I tried to line up some knowledge States for her. She's not interested in those boys. She's on them at this point. Like aren't you a little disheartened though that you're getting so many dick pics from like you're trying like wow, this is yeah. It's out there. Yeah, this is what's out here. It makes me wanna suck even more with what I've heard. So so so, okay. So you are still trying to get our dates though. I lined up a few and also I tell you guys this that her off her mom is also co-managing this with me. Oh my God, she's getting me dick pics. Luckily. I know you should let her it's not going to hurt. You should get them should let her get on because I think her mom and I are very frustrated with her choices and her mom and I probably have a good and she said okay if you guys are being so annoying then you guys like set me up with with people that you think I should go out with and I did a few of these where I'm like, okay Thursday night off. Going to meet this person. He's this is this is like this is a rom-com waiting to happen cuz like you set up an account your her, but actually you're you you end up talking. This guy's you Fong Xing, you're so funny and and then you can never live up to it. And then in the end she sells them that she's lying and then he's like, yeah, I actually like this other person but it's you and then yeah and then like somehow it's also a mom like me and me and the last seating is all three of you fucking this dude twenty-two-year-old. That's so funny. I think that should be but she she needs to do better off eating up with the boys that I actually am picking for her because okay, but then okay. Okay. So the whole point of even things whole big thing was that we went out to a very nice somewhat late dinner last night and crack of 6:30 the crack of 6:30. And as soon as we sat down to dinner she started crying because she had been very betrayed by a boy that she was seeing ended up kind of like dead. You know and I won't give away all the details, but he he blocked her from like an Instagram story that ended up being incriminating and involved in other girl and stuff. So so my friend was a very heartbroken because this boy had been spitting game of like home. I'm going to we want to move in together and like what's our firstborn name Charlie? Why do people do that? I know he was it was very weird cuz he was really pressing her where she wanted to take it slow. He was almost trying to move things forward but then she like relaxed a little bit and then totally saw that he she ended up looking at his stuff from a different account and then saw that he was blocking her on like a whole thing. So so she sat down and she was crying and really upset and our waiter came over and he was a very cute boy who like like he was just a little cute boy. And so so I just I didn't want to like pretend cuz super awkward wage was crying because we have to stop trying to order to like this..

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"No, it's something in her. It's something in her. Yeah, does she does he I mean nothing wrong with light bulb looking people who are attractive. I mean that's there's nothing wrong with that. But like if she's got that type, she's kind of stuck in it and it's no good for her. Where do you think that's coming from from her not being like really ready for a real relationship, but He knows it's safe to just like fuck hot dudes. Yes, and without like you don't have to worry about anything else. Yes. I think she's like boohoo. Why can't I find a good guy? It's like well, it's because you're only looking for hot Gym Rats, right God and so I went into Bumble, but our deal was that I can find new people but I I didn't want to also like let her conversations currently just like turn to nothing. So I kind of was looking through her inbox already and she said I could do that. This is also very excited cuz like I bet it is like you're like you can't do this. Right? Right. So it's like a could not do it. I'm shopping on behalf of someone else in personal shopper. I really are often Shopper penis Albert. Oh jeez, but you're not really looking for her to get a penis. She could get a penis anywhere actually looking for like your dad Shopper. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. I'm a husband Shopper. All right. So God, that's gross. I know that is embarrassing but I think she she's capable and worthy of a like the typical kind of like, I have a husband that works in real estate involved, you know, like almost like sweetly. So in New Jersey, Is it very well? No, I think I think it's wonderful. But I so I was looking through her existing conversations and there were some like matches that still needed to be answered and there was one lingering conversation from a a young boy who just wrote and it may be like a young boy. What is it like four or five? No, no, like twenty twenty-two twenty-three. I think way too young which way too easy, but I knew this would kind of be her type. So just to also okay. Well, I thought you were trying to help her find something not like listen you you're not going to date a twenty-two-year-old guy. How old is she? She's thirty-seven. That's just a dick. That's just a dick provide her with while we look for the quality man. Okay, your are three dicks. Like I wanted to provide her with like don't worry because we have side dick sure. I'm sure there's always side dick waiting. Yeah. Yeah trademark. I don't know cuz we use that the future and then five years from now when I say we've never talked about a side Dicky. Oh wow. Make $100. So so I started with this one conversation with the twenty-two-year-old who asked who's text or message her and said you're beautiful are you into would you ever be open to dating a younger man? So I wrote back and I'm like, yes, if they were emotionally mature and respectful. I'm open to people of most ages thinking. Okay. Maybe we'll see if he steps up to the plate sure and count him out. Maybe he is the one twenty two year old in the history of history that is ready for a relationship with a 30 something year old right and can be emotionally stable available. Maybe you never know. Okay, maybe he grew up with a single mom and he had to like mature and he's not looking for still too young still to he needs to live his life. He does but in yeah, maybe and I ought to give her a few like here are some hotties while you wait so gotcha he wrote back and said no, I'd be totally down with that with like a smiley face and I think I just replied with the smiley face. There was just like my question wrong. One answer me sending like a thumbs-up or something and awesome. Yeah a dick pick what he immediately sent back. I felt like the government. I think this isn't her phone and not even like my almost threw my phone up in the air like, oh my God our conversation. I'm saying this date anyone older or younger? Yes, I would if they were emotionally mature. Okay cool. And then here's a big dick presentation of his life. How was the dick solid like a like a log like like like a small log like a small sturdy log 30 log. I understand why he would send it. Oh cuz you feel like he he should be proud of it. Yeah, like I understand but it's it was like, you know, there's like Budweiser horses a Clydesdale like a force of one of those 1/4 of wage take that with Christopher Reeve and then you have this scare you guys. Did he fell off a horse? Yes. Oh my gosh. Okay, so it's wow. Christopher Reeves penis, so I wrote back I was so insulted and honestly, this is I am not trying to be a little offended liberal snowflake. But I feel like that is kind of a form of like sexual assaults where I am. It's really weird to you were very clear on what you wanted for this person, right someone who's emotionally stable and blah blah blah. Yes, and then his responses cool great. Here's a dick what else if somebody goes like. Hey, are you down to party? I hope that nobody says that fucking awful but like, you know, if you say these things sort of like, you know, hey, did you want to get freaky with me? Yeah, and then you're going to pick pick what you're kind of asking for like some something right, but it is looking for an emotionally support your two balls in a long. Oh God, so I thought maybe let me read divert to the olders and maybe she needs somewhat of a not a sugar daddy, but someone's worst able just to be clear though. What did you say to this guy? Nothing? I wrote dead. Is well I was kind of let's be real and I said is that a child's penis? If you did please don't send me a child's penis and then I can see him like typing and I never saw anything. Oh, yeah. I said that's disgusting. Is that a child penis? Why would you send me a child penis?.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

"Case was dismissed for cannon. It was one of many things that would lead them on the path to no longer existing. It was a great opportunity squandered. This was the one place they should have sunk their money into. I do wonder though if all the missing footage was put back into superman four, would it make a difference? Yeah. Yeah. It's just a it's a good question i. think it would be a console kind of movie. I. Think I it would of. Done with the time and the word of mouth of killers I quickly. I think the visual effects would have been a disappointment to fans. But I think. Margot kidder had said that you can't make a good movie. I'm a bad script and that's what she always felt. I. Mean Christopher. Reeve kind of new problems were. Had had had arisen on the production very early on Easel poll Jon Cryer aside and said, this move is a disaster. It's a mess and John's like all gold. Because everyone's excited to be in Superman Superman film and he wouldn't have happened without crease because he pulled together. You Know Gene Hackman Marketer and so forth and we have inbox McClure let law. But Yeah I, the worst can be interesting recently because worn archives who put out. So specialist kind of. Stuff on their label. They put out three hour cough superman. That was know that will show them TV years ago to put out to blue raids in wide-screen news is great. Of North watching. County warners have found loads more superman stuff and rumor is they've found. The complete cut of Superman Four. so You know coming out. So maybe year we may see something Papa finally the the proper finish version maybe it's time we got Hashtag released fury cut to start trending. This deal wasn't all bad though there are some silver linings in it. For example, not everything in Superman four is bad. It's best selling point really is the soundtrack by Alexander Courage who was best friends with John Williams Joe Williams also provided a couple of themes first superman for but acts on a courage was Joe Williams's orchestrator. So he knew how to copy John Williams style perfectly nice. The Best of the best thing about the movie and we did get one good movie out of the deal think the good thing that came out with Superman for street smart. That is a really great film I think and certainly gave Morgan Freeman the career. And that movie only happened because made the deal that. They would finance that if you did superman four, you know no matter what we think about Superman four we can think superman for forgiving street smart. and Morgan Freeman really. Yeah absolutely. Thank you for listening to this episode of the industry. This episode was written and edited by me Dan Gatto and presented by moviemaker visit moviemaker dot com for more great podcast articles and information about movies. If you're movie fan or a moviemaker yourself, there's something for you and moviemaker dot com. There's also a great news you can sign up for its good seriously. Special. Thanks to my guests, Oliver Harper Bruce, Savelli Daniel, Kramer and Jerry Schatzberg. Check the show notes for articles and other sources used for this episode, and definitely check out Oliver Harper's documentary on Youtube Superman four, the man of glass and steel. They'll also be linked to that in the show notes as well. If you want to get in touch you certainly cans on twitter. It's at the industry third team on facebook. It's the industry pibe on Instagram it's industry underscore podcast or if you want to be more direct, you can just send me an email that's Dan at moviemaker dot com. You can also rate and review the show at Apple podcasts, which is really just sort of a nice thing to do it helps the show gained some visibility and it also makes me feel good inside. Over a million podcasts out there so we could use the help if you've already done it and I know a few of you have then thank you I do appreciate it. Again thanks for listening and we'll be back again soon with another lesser-known story of the things that went on in the industry. And release the fury cut..

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

"Can't think of anybody else that would have been a better superman. Weren't any issues, Jerry Schatzberg and Christopher Reeve both wants to film in New York and filming in New York instead of, for example, Toronto and just pretending you're in new. York costs more money. One thing that should be clear about can films is that they really weren't eager to shell out any extra money. This Menachem Golan in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six, he's on the phone complaining about Christopher, Reeve, and Jerry Schatzberg to an unnamed person. Keep in mind the street shoot was before the Superman four shoot. Listen did. I have a problem with Christopher Reeves that they want to discuss with you. Today in New, York, when they have a low budget movie, and if they think that they have a big budget movie that I have a new story to tell the pleats mild. Comparatively low budget movies so jealous. Defaulting does he calls and complaints. Under my belt giving me under by belt and complain Christopher Reeves half an hour later almost midnight Christopher? Reeves. Calling me what am I doing data time ruining the? Chris is the Star of the movie. He should act in the movie he can work on the script with writer. I did everything they wanted they send them to New York I did everything they wanted. Is interference that we have a kind of a an ex of over our head former style. I don't like it honestly to I don't like it. He should. We are doing this movie. And he said, you know what he said to me and that I thought is a kind of way which I wouldn't like to hear it. Well, nobody he said if you don't have another million and a half to do this movie New York. How do I have thirty million to do Superman? The Way to talk to me like that where you take the money said, I said formed in. One debate you don't understand the realities. What can I tell him that he's only wealth? Dolan. Superman can I tell him that and I will be a guy wing something. I did. Because I wanted to please in because I like this place because I think it's a good project. But if we go bananas the budget deal we will discover. This is from the BBC documentary about cannon films called last moguls in nineteen, eighty six. Let's look past the fact that goal on Mispronounces Christopher Reeve and Jerry Schatzberg names instead let's focus on that Christopher Reeve was absolutely right to question whether or not Golan had thirty million to spend on Superman. He did not. As. For Jerry he holds no ill will towards Golan about whatever issues sprang up while making street smart. I guess we'd. Words to pass how making the film and All that but he had his own opinions about things which were different than my opinions but we I get out he was. A terrible filmmaker. But he had good ideas as. You know and I appreciated that appreciated the work when when he saw a street smart in knew that he had a much better film thought he was going to have and I kinda liked him you know. He didn't present any big problems to me. So streets markets finished cannon films has a screening for it and it goes well the movies. Good. But there's one problem that Christopher Reeve had with it. The problem with Chris was that he didn't realize how good Morgan was when he saw Morgan, he wanted me to change the film to Lessen Morgan spot I wouldn't do it, and obviously, they wouldn't do it because you know Morgan was just say and no matter. What you do more would probably be sensational, but I just didn't want to jeopardize the film by doing things I've run into that a number of times. Yes. According to Jerry Schatzberg Christopher, Reeve wanted to reduce more in Freeman's role. Because Freeman was too good. Chris saw the film and so how powerful Morgan was in the film and I didn't do anything radical to make him. A great actor and he with with immaterial he had. He. was able to take hold of it and run cannon stood by Jerry and no cuts were made to freemen's part and on. March Twentieth Nineteen eighty-seven Street smart was released. Jonathan Fisher is a reporter with a deadline by can't get anybody to talk to me out of here. He's about to get a dangerous idea. But. He'd better wiser fast. Because there's only one way to survive on the streets. Brings. Your. Christopher Reeve. Freeman Street smart. and. It died a quick death at the box office bringing in a little over a million dollars versus the six million it costs to make. refilled street smarts failure was due to cannon doing a poor effort in releasing and promoting the movie they may have released it badly, and that happens you know studios don't always know the right way to at least the film the wetter at least and nobody knew Morgan nobody knew that Morgan we're going to get these reviews that he got you know and they didn't I. Guess they didn't want to invest money in at that time because they didn't know. While, it was not a hit critics liked it and especially Morgan Freeman performance as the menacing pimp fast black at the end of the year. Freeman would wind up nominated for an Academy Award for Street Smart. And in early Nineteen eighty-eight at the shrine auditorium the stars of Moonstruck Sharon. Nicholas cage read off a list of nominees. Nominees are Albert Brooks and broadcast news. Morgan Freeman Street. SMART. Denzel. Washington, in Cry Freedom. God. And then. Sean Connery and the. Okay. So keep doesn't win Sean Connery wins the Oscar that year. Morgan Lewis should have one. People Know Sean Connery and they don't know Morgan Freeman film what didn't make a zillion dollars or they get a chance to see him. So while he doesn't win an Oscar for street smart or a Golden Globe for which he was also nominated for. He does end up being on demand in. From then on, he would get four other Oscar nominations throughout his career eventually winning for million dollar baby in two, thousand and four. Christopher Reeves two picture deal with cannon films can only be looked at as a loss for both parties involved for read. It was two more disappointments at the box office in the of the one thing he would be known for Superman. As if the failure of Superman four wasn't enough for Reeve. He would even the end up getting sued over the script. There are a couple of writers who had written the story about Superman. Over the nuclear crisis and since script Christopher. Reeve, apparently, he dreaded in That you know he like he likes to try to take it around the studio. And then they didn't hear anything back from him for a long time, and then the next thing they know they're seeing the trades that Christopher Reeves making a new superman movie and it involves superman you know. Taking all the nuclear missiles and filling amended son and they say the sounds familiar. So, they do them and was eventually. They were unable to prove that Christopher Reeve had. Off Their. IDEA. and. The.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

"Two weeks in the top ten before disappearing with a little over fifteen million dollars. Significantly less than what can it films hoping for? By the time the third weekend came around where it would finish in nineteenth place cannon was already rolling out there other big summer release masters of the universe. Internationally Superman four would bring in around twenty, two million dollars making it by far the lowest grossing movie of the series. Critics not only pant it but pointed out just how cheap looking was. Re would later say that, Superman four was a catastrophe from start to finish and that it was a huge blow to his career. Here's re one year later in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight talking about superman four and trying to be as diplomatic as possible. To answer your question, Hollywood's suffers from Greg bad disease called Colitis in which with the majors do is you take what grossed one hundred, million domestically last year and get the key ingredients back again and try to pump it up a few more times. Of course, the the quality is a sliding scale diminishing returns and I think very rarely do you get an a sequel? That's an improvement on what went before it. Because often what they'll do and I know this happened in the in the case of film that I worked on is is they will they will make all the promises above the line they'll get the heavyweights, the top actors and the director whatever, and they'll say it's going to be wonderful. We're really going to go back to the original it's going to be great but then they don't give you the resources. They don't give you the tools to go and work with below the line and the audience. Now I mean listen if the film is not spectacular. Why pay the four pounds or the seven dollars whatever's to stay home and watch TV instead of superman form. Really. I don't like to dump on on previous employers but. It is true that that they want to reach their hand into the into the till again and come up with a fistful of gold and they don't always want to put out what it, what it takes to make the quality. I think that that was true that movie Superman four was a disaster. No doubt. But what about the other movie in Reeves Two picture deal? What about? Street smart. And they want him to do Superman Four. And he said he would do it if he could do it film that he wanted to do. And the film he wanted to do was street smart. So he sent it to me I like it and they made a deal and of course, they made a terrible film of. Four. But shop by business I kind of like what we did. This is Jerry. Schatzberg. Fashion photographer and nightclub owner before transitioning into directing movies in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy. Schatzberg saw Al Pacino in an off Broadway play and cast him in the panic in the park that were Schatzberg second film and Pacino's first leading role. Earlier I told you how cannon worked with a number of prominent filmmakers. You can put Jerry on that same list. street-smart is a story about an unscrupulous reporter played by Reeve who fakes a story about a pimp. He gets involved with a real pimp and finds himself in deep trouble. The pimp was played by Morgan. Freeman. And it forever changed his career but I was also elated with Morgan Freeman surprised fat was because I, haven't seen them at all. I didn't know who he was I didn't know. I. Had never seen him on television did this children's program? was in his late forties and they'll he'd been acting for years. He hadn't broken through he done bit parts here and there and played Malcolm X. in a TV movie. But in one thousand, nine, hundred, seven, he was still probably best remembered for this. Does come see. Lifted right reading stuff is. Out of sight. WAS THAT INCOME ELITE? Well, I have been talking to Stanley. What I'm needing is something for. Saga. That's Freeman with my soul mate Rita Moreno from the nineteen seventies. Children's show electric company playing easy reader. One of several characters he played on the show. Here's Christopher Reeve talking about Freeman to Johnny Carson on the tonight show. It's a good example of just how unknown he was at the time. They've just played a clip from street-smart where free minutes threatening Reeve when they come back from the clip. Carson asks WHO's The actor Iran the picture in England while I was still shooting Superman for and some couple of people said to me weren't you scared working with that pimp every day. And then realize that's that's Morgan. Freeman, here's a classical actor. He's got grandchildren and tinker with the sailboat on the weekends. Funny. People relate to A wonderful wonderful cast good good luck with it. So despite having worked in the industry for well over a decade, Freeman was still basically unknown. He won the part by impressing Jerry Schatzberg in his audition. Came in and we were talking about the neighborhood which I to find. You know something about and the middle of a conversation he reached into his bag. WAS BY A side of his chair and he pulled out a banana. And they still thought appealing the banana and eating the banana I thought that was outrageous guy coming for an interview and then eating a banana and I was furious didn't even often a piece. And not only Jerry manage to get Morgan Freeman his breakout role with street-smart. He also managed to get a music legend to work on the Soundtrack Miles Davis. Well I've always loved my Davis and I used to go down a burden and listen miles. Davis. Anytime. I could you know and it was Known as a regular there and pee wee marquette who was the maitre d' would always give me a seat right under the microphone miles was miles. You know he's not blind and one day he was he usually, I did with this musicians like what they did is something one day was agreeing with as drummer wonderful drama but he left the band Stan when when he left the band San. A friend of Mine Chico Hamill Chico come any went to the bar and she were great friends and. I got up excuse myself from my friend and I would say hello to a friend and by the time I got miles left and went to the bar and In Jitka hugging each other. And I wait until I finished and Chico than she and I. Did a little hugging and and then chickasaw s my abs. You know this guy and miles looked at me and he said, yeah, I noticed motherfucker. He didn't we didn't know each other at all, but it seems every night sitting right under his nose. So. Then we from that then when I said I, always an Amer- with his music. So I just took a chance I. Recall and I ask, Tom. If he'd come and see the film. Came saw the film he love the film and You said Okay I'm GonNa have my nephew. Through score. Lay down the tracks and then I'll come in and lay down the trumpet bought and that's what happened. The shoot was for the most part problem-free. Jerry and Christopher Reeve got along really well. Very, very conscientious about what he did about this work I'm not sure is he's the best actor in the world but you know that doesn't say anything he did a great superman. And I think he used to tell a story about his mother do go to a beauty parlour. I may have known went to same beauty Paulo but she the mother would say, well, he's had a very good actor but. You know and I think you did quite well forty did I mean I.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

The Industry

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on The Industry

"When it comes to cannon films in the Nineteen Eighties, you probably think about Ninjas break dancers. Explosions. Chuck? Norris. Charles Bronson. Or maybe just the word. Schlock. And that makes sense. That's what they made on this podcast. I've gone over cannon several times now, but I want you to consider this. In the mid nineteen eighties can was looking to change their image. Yes. They were still the house of truck and Charles but in an attempt to get some respectability in Hollywood, they started to work with an impressive list filmmakers John Cavities John Frankenheimer Robert Altman Gianluca Dr all made pictures with cannon. An all made their pictures without any interference. But beyond respectability, they wanted a blockbuster. Something that would elevate them to the same status is the major studios in town. And in one thousand, nine, hundred, five, they thought they found what they were looking for the one hundred, eighty, five Cannes film festival. And it was an annual event for the boys a cannon, they'd go each year and make a splash by announcing a ton of movies which may or may not get made and leave with new funding to make some of those movies. But on the final day of the Cannes. Film. Festival in Nineteen eighty-five. They came up with something. It. Superman. As it turns out Superman's producers Alexander Ilya. Saul kind. Wanted out of the man of steel business. I. Think Basically, they were seeing you know after the phenomenal success of the first one and integrate critical reception. Little bit less money for the second and quite a bit less money for third. and. They wanted money to go onto other projects like they're. They're the Santa Claus movie around that time and all kinds are always operating in debt taken on so much debt to make those movies. That each movie made was paying back a little bit of the dip that they were always carrying a little forward. When the Golan Globus come to them and say, Hey, we'd like to buy your superman rights which they didn't actually. Do I think they're just gonNA licensed from the SALKIND's but still it was an influx of money for two solid kinds and for golden and Globus, it's acquiring a property that they hoped would help them be taking more than. Film Company, this Bruce Volley he's a screenwriter television producer and the author of the Book Superman on film. So. What was the deal with the SALKIND's? Anyway the SALKIND's were Had a kind of shady reputation in Hollywood. and. So the Golan Globus I mean these guys who? Want. Even doing superman for I. think Golan Globus Gotten thirty something million dollar budget, Warner's underwriting, and then they immediately some of that money into masters of the universe. So they're not spending it the way they're supposed to. The sole kinds had kind of gotten into trouble for. Going into Superman you know making two movies instead of one and then. You got to a point where they had to make some money. So they quickly and it's Superman. One by using would have been the ending to to to in the film. And it held the the. Prince captive from warners for a little while to get an extra. Payment. They made these guys basically, you know there's all kinds and global voices, swarms lasting globus. They're all pirates. Basically, they were these kind of Free Boudou pirates to made wonderful movies in some regards. But they were also a little shading with the money. The saw kinds were definitely really soured on the superman franchise when they're spinoff movies supergirl to be a total dud in nineteen eighty-four. They decided to make a bloated Chris movie with Dudley Moore, Santa Claus the movie and sold or as Bruce put it lease the rights to Superman to cannon in order to funded. And in case you're wondering Santa, Claus the movie was not a hit. Now with the rights to Superman Secure Cannon Look to get Christopher Reeve back on Ford. And in order to get there man, they agreed to let vive right the story for Superman Four. But that's not all. And on top of that, he'd come across the script street-smart at he wanted to make. and was having a hard time getting that placed anywhere. So when Golan Globus come and say, we want to do a superman movie and we will finance smart if you do it or him, it was kind of a win win and going into it Christopher Reeve was thinking that this would be his direct turrell debut. He was going to direct it as well as star in it. So let's recap. This deal read gets to write and direct superman four and gets to make any other picture he wants within reason. Oh and also he gets paid four million dollars. The second movie was called Street smart and we'll get to it later on. But for now, let's focus on superman four. First there's the script. Re was able to dictate what superman four was going to be about, and we've definitely wanted it to be about something. A movie with a message. In, one thousand nine, hundred, five three had been narrating a documentary about kids interviewing authorities over nuclear weapons. The day he was doing his narration, the news broke that world peace activists. Samantha Smith had died Samantha Smith. We Noor is a bright young schoolgirl from Maine who gained international attention when she wrote Soviet President Yuri. Andropov, she told him of her fears about war and he in turn invited her to Moscow and she went. Last night thirteen year old Samantha. America's youngest goodwill ambassador was killed in a plane crash along with father and six others. Reviews this as inspiration for his Story, he teamed up with the screenwriting team of Lawrence. Connor and Mark Rosenthal developed a story which the two screenwriters would then use as the basis for the script. And it a young boy sends a letter to Superman asking him to do something about nuclear weapons. And so superman has to get rid of the nuclear weapons which has become a threat to the world is was during the sort of. The cold. War. And Sublime makes the decision to. Save the world by getting rid of these weapons. This'll subplot at all. Gene Hackman's character lex luther is gonNA profit formless and create a weapon to destroy. Superman, which is nuclear man have you got that good And this is Oliver Harper my name's on the happe- produce retrospectives, reviews for Youtube, been doing it since twenty eleven. So nearly nearly nine years of doing that and recently directed the documentary in search of the last action heroes. So my Korea Seoul, Juggling Youtube and documentary filmmaking, and where the many things Oliver has produced for Youtube is a great documentary about Superman four called Superman for the man of steel glass? And now let's talk about this idea that Reeve would direct. It didn't last long reef figured out quickly that Directing and starring in a movie of this size would be a bit too much. So he backed off the idea though in the end he did do some second unit directing on Superman for. When it came to finding director requests were made to Richard Donner and Richard Lester the guys who made the previous Superman movies but both declined West Craven an interesting choice for sure was in the mix for a while too. But ultimately the job veteran director Sidney J fury. By the mid nineteen eighty s theory had been around the industry for years. He's the kind of guy who had made just about every genre of movie you can think of. and. One thing I learned is fury does not like to do interviews. So naturally, I do the next best thing to interviewing him. talked to.

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Conversation with Stephanie March & Rebecca Perkins of SheSpoke Makeup

Full Coverage

04:46 min | 2 years ago

Conversation with Stephanie March & Rebecca Perkins of SheSpoke Makeup

"Stephanie I'm Rebecca. Thank you so much for joining us. This is possibly the highlight of my whole, my whole lockdown. It's very hard to say that is a compliment was so excited, we are delighted to be a part of. No I'm so excited to which you. It's so fun to talk to people in different parts of the industry. That's. My favorite thing about this podcast, we get to all different kinds of people and you have such an individual take on where you've come into beauty. So for the listeners at home, can you explain to us how you two met? We met on the set of law and order svu Rebecca was head of makeup departments camera what seasonal was backup, but you remember. It was it was the. Eater nine. and not yet was during a triumphant return yet for Good Alex and Rebecca I. Just you know it's really important that you have a good relationship with everybody on the set but particularly people who are very you know literally picking food out of your teeth of are going wrong you haven't noticed. People who are on your person and so not only did we get along but we became really good friends and then, and then we started this business together and so that must've been crash becker. Boeing, seven years ago seven years ago when we when we started noodling it over yeah. was years ago when we started noodling and then that's right when we. opened the door and you know when you're on set your onset with people for like fourteen hours a day five days a week. So you really get to know people when they're tired when they're cold and. And you know. We near makeup artist, you're literally up in people's faces. So so you know. I think it's so important when you're going to business to have a partner and to already go into that knowing that like you know, we don't get tired of each other and we could really trust each other to to tell the truth about an idea. So that was sort of. That was that was the first good decision and then we realized. I left the show at the end of season twelve. And A. Lot of the experience of having a makeup artist wasn't something that only people who were on a set should have. And so we started doing. This makeup services tennis. But then we also started offering as a service, the ability to make makeup, and it's just it's been really fun approaching makeup as a career from so many different angles like from the production and onset angle, and then from opening a business in a service capacity and then developing products. So it's been a really. Wild ride tells on how you came to start the store for people that don't know you guys have a store in Soho in New York where you can come in and get your makeup done and craft your own products. Right. You can make your own lipsticks, which is terribly exciting all the obviously not right now but. So tell us where the idea for that I came from. Obviously, you mentioned the idea of everyone wanting a makeup artist. How did that go from a casual chat to something that is real exists you know somebody told me I think it was originally Christopher Reeve and I can't remember the three questions but it's what you ask yourself when you're deciding. Whether or not to take on a role in one of the main things is, can I bear? Can I stand to watch somebody else do this if I've been offered the job and don't take it and Rebecca had talked about doing make up a dry bar but for faces for a couple of years and she was Becky, you must have been. How was Arthur to? To okay. So so that Arthur is Rebecca's first child will boy Arthur. She said look who's doing makeup in the Hamptons actually it was worshipped as I really want to go ahead with this. Are you are you in and I thought I cannot bear to watch somebody else do this with her and not be a part of it. So that's kind it was kind of. Do we go forward or not yes or no shoes right now kind of thing and we went for it no matter what has come our way I've not regretted it since it's been an amazing experience in it's so liberating especially as an actor when you're constantly trying to get somebody else to give you a job to be in charge of your own own destiny for a little while it was so free. nuts that's where it all began. We've found this great spot and so. we'll tell you more about the story in the trajectory about that. But it we found this great spot and and it just it just happened I. Mean there's a lot more work behind it than that but that's just said yes.

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Time

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:12 min | 2 years ago

Time

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Crumb. I'm continuing my investigation into the concepts of time travel yesterday. I mentioned three resources. Final countdown. A movie where you can watch. Martin Sheet explained the grandfather paradox of time to Kirk Douglas. Kind of a fun movie came out in the eighties and Christopher Reeves in his movie somewhere in time takes it to a mental intellectual level kind of away from what physicists would like to think when they think of time travel and of course. There's the book by She. Wells time travel Idea that you could just go to the future. Go to the pass by pulling a switch on a machine. One of the things that happened yesterday was I mentioned the grandfather paradox of time and I gave you a place to watch Martin. She talk about this. I got a lot of emails saying why. Don't you explain it? So here goes this kind of scattered a little bit but give you an idea. Besides a physical problem time travel may also come with some unique situations a classic example. Is the grandfather paradox. Which time travel? It goes back and kills his parents or his grandfather. The major plot line terminator movies interferes in their relationship. Now think back to the future so that he has never born or as life is forever altered. That's back to future if that were to happen. Some physicists say you would not be born in one parallel universe but still born and another others say that the photons it makeup light prefer self consistency and time lies which would interfere with your evil suicidal plan. Some scientists disagree with the options mentioned above. And say time travel is impossible no matter what. Your method. The faster than light. One in particular drew derision from American Museum of Natural History astrophysicist Charles Lou that simply mathematically doesn't work you said also humans may not be able to withstand time travel at all. And that's what we're lucky nap today. Several theories time travel traveling. Nearly the speed of light would be necessary and take some kind of centrifuge. But that would be lethal. So let's go back to the beginning and say what is time while most people think of time as a constant physicist Albert Einstein showed a time is an illusion it is relative it can vary for different observers depending on your speed through space to Einstein. Time is the fourth dimension space is described as a three dimensional. Orito and we know that we have up and down forward and back left and right those who are dimensions but he talks about a fourth dimension which provides traveler with coordinates such as length width and height showing location. And then that fourth dimension provides another coordinate or direction although conventionally it only moves forward. Einstein's theory of special relativity says time slows down or speeds up depending on how fast you move relative to something else approaching the speed of light. A person inside a spaceship would age much slower than his twin at home. Also under Einstein's theory of general relativity gravity can ban time picture a four dimensional fabric. Call Space Time. When anything that has mass sits on that piece of fabric it causes a dimple or bending of space time. Let's stop and talk about this fourth dimension for a moment if you look into a Koi pond and you see the fish and they have is on either side of their head they are two dimensional creature stay left and right and they can move forward and back. There is nothing about them. There is no third dimension so if I grabbed one of the Koi and lifted about of a pond that would introduce the Koi to a third dimension so what Einstein in his speaking of this fourth dimension or call what he calls Space Time. That is something that is above us. It is literally another dimension so there you have the idea of Space Time. What that is that is that fourth dimension that's above us like the third dimension this above a Koi pond for example objects move on a curved path in that curvature of space is what we know as gravity both general and special relativity theories have been proven with GPS Satellite Technology. That has very accurate time. Pieces on board the effects of gravity as well as satellites increase speed above the earth relative to observers on the ground. Make at the UN adjustable clocks gained thirty eight microseconds a day in a sense. This effect called time. Dilation means astronauts are time travelers as they returned to earth very very slightly younger than they're identical twins that remain on the planet. One possibility could be to go faster than light which travels at one hundred and eighty six thousand two hundred and eighty two miles per second. That would be a vacuum Einstein's equations though show that an object at the speed of light would have both infinite mass and a zero of length. Go figure that s beyond me.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Oh Yeah Times a couple. Little Boys Really Gone Bananas Overdue. And they'll go. You know you tell them in the gift shop because it'll be like did doomsday. Action figures will not. We don't have any for selfish. They don't make a lot or you know we'll have one and there will be the high end one and you can't play with that and then I'll go but if you WANNA go in the museum really quick I'll sneak you in and you can go to the the Twelfth Doomsday Statue and then the doomsday statue. And they get really excited. It's fascinating how much and that's an inside the supergirl like jump up and down and get really excited about do stay so I don't know some really loved villains. Will my daughter she. She's coming around to where like she'll talk about supergirl but like her birthday was very harley was Harley Quinn themed she was well I my favorite version of Harlequin is definitely Batman. The animated series where he came to be. You know that's a suicide squad and all that. That's that's not my Harley. I WanNa see her in the jumpsuit. And all that stuff. That's why I'm have hopes for squad but My my daughter the cartoon the stuff before but you know she was two. She's three now and so we a week or so ago. We watched the episode of the was to they. Always the retitled Batman Adventures. The is the one with supergirl back girl Ivy Harley in livewire yes superhero girls and it's the it's the one from the old series from ninety seven when they changed the animation style. Okay Yeah and she set down and I shouldn't before you know but she sat down and did not move and watched it with such childlike likely seeing Harley and seeing supergirl and back grow and it was just one of those things like. Oh you've watched this before. But like she never really paid attention and she was. She was really. You know kids always rebel and they never WanNa do whatever their parents do. So sometimes you find something that gets them Hook. I like to watch a teen. Titans go with my kid and then they get attached to the characters through that and then I tried to like okay will. I took all the superman the movie or Superman Movies with Christopher Reeve. I put them all in our car and we went on a road trip and they watched all of the superman movies and then they re watched them and rewatch them and now they really loved Superman the movie in if Iran to and everything. My kids just watched the TEEN TITANS GO VERSUS. Teen Titans movie because I get such a kick out of the have you seen it? I haven't seen that okay..

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A little extra Time

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:54 min | 2 years ago

A little extra Time

"Welcome to catch myths and mysteries. Shyam your host kid chrome with everybody shelter in place. I thought it might be interesting to talk about time travel and with that in. Mind the paradox of time on time. Paradoxes any logical contradiction that has to do with time travel. The Classic Paradox Time Falls into the classic grandfather paradox. The grandfather paradox who's usually the screenplay turn novel then movie where the U. S. Nimitz is caught in a storm of thrush and back in time to December sixth nineteen forty one. The dilemma is what the crew knows. What's going to happen? But the grandfather paradox of time gets in the way when the past is changed. It creates a contradiction. The time traveller could do anything that did happen but can't do anything that didn't well an aircraft carrier the size of the Nimitz didn't exist back in nineteen forty one so anything they could have done would have altered the future in a big way. Fortunately the storm that sent them back in time reappeared and brought them back to their time before they could decide what to do for a little more detail watch the movie. The final countdown. I think it came out in the nineteen eighties. Should you can listen to Martin. Sheen explained the grandfather paradox. To Kirk Douglas. The topic of time travel bags of big question. How would travelers go forward or back in time? H She wells painted a picture of a time machine with his book. The time machine. It was simply a vehicle for going forward or back with little regard to the visitors passed or impact on the future or past for the past for that matter that then we have screenwriter Richard. Matheson who wrote somewhere in time and takes the issue of time travel to a new level in the movie. Christopher Reeves is a young theater students celebrating the success of his latest production when the party is interrupted by an elderly woman who break Suda crowd of well-wishers Impresa lock into his hand Luxembourg. The says come back to me long story short. He traces Salak at back. To a stage. Actress of Nineteen twelve and her summer retreat that has been restored to pristine nineteen twelve decor. He buys clothes from the era right down to the socks. He wears a pocket wash from that era than rents a room and focuses on all things nineteen twelve and remember. He's surrounded in a room and a facility that is all nineteen twelve and ZAP when he ventures back out into the hall so hours later it is indeed nine thousand nine hundred twelve and elderly woman is there and a romance began one day. It is raining so they decided to have a picnic and Gorse at some point. She asked the time when he pulls out the pocket. Watch a penny from nineteen. Eighty comes out with it and the spell is broken. Well all this talk of time. Travel's seems a stuff of fiction. The what about Deja Vu? The feeling that you've been there before or met that person before done that thing before could it be that you've visited another time and have a flash memory of the person you met. L. Let's bring it home. The was the last time that a day week or month just seemed to Fi- yet your routine hadn't changed. I can remember going to the gym a specific time day or I would meet a friend. We always did the same routine but after a year or so. We noticed that we were finished sooner than before our next meeting. We TIMED ISH. Exercise routine and the gaps between each workout. The Times were always the same yet. We would finish at different times out of that work at one meeting. We had to stop and re park our cars yet. We completed our usual routine at the same time we had established and still finished early. Not Time travel but perhaps time slip. The Earth spins at Specific Rate. Plants grow in predictable period of time. Are we humans of variable our perception of time altered for seemingly? No reason when I was in grammar school failed to complete my homework. I could still hear my teacher telling me that we all had the same twenty four hours in the day but do we. The world's most accurate clock has neatly shown how right Albert Einstein was a hundred years ago when he proposed that time is a relative concept and the higher you live above sea level. The faster you should age. Einstein's theory of relativity states at time and space are not as constant as everyday life would

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Bother me at all it was just nothing new I'm tired of those three doing the same old thing okay well I was gonna ask you because so Scorsese he had some pretty controversial remarks by this miss when few months back about you know the more for a movie so they've kind of taken over the film world and how he said they are real cinema they are real film it's more of a like a playground on TV what do you think about that kind of that statement how mobile is not a real soon I'm I'm not a huge fan of all that stuff and I and I think they're still making movies and it's a different type of a different generation I mean people love these video games of the movies are turning in the video games and has has to be quick in their attention the images that sounds it's all a fast motion thing yeah and somebody can't sit around and watch a film that's it anyway you know look who warriors of words in a sense to go faster that's one of the big I thank yeah it's a cult thank you Sir but I never was I was never funny yeah was never I was I'm not into the the engine in a lot of people are I'm not discounting their their their life to those but I'm just not into that well I think in the time the Superman movies with Christopher reeve and the original Batman movies so those are great but those aren't the ones we're talking now that I think the CG I yes that is the the the real true filmmakers film film guys like yourself a kind of seen them getting all these accusations that I don't know if they deserve it it's not well they're still making movies and it is when you're in front of green screen for yeah yeah well.

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"christopher reeve" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"christopher reeve" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Yeah I've heard some like Amazing Stories about VM the great person Christopher reeve was let people don't know this but at least from what I've heard he died from a pressure sore and he got that right sorry yeah it wasn't it wasn't a bedsores pretty much a precious source the same thing right but he was up in his chair constantly working on trying to make things better and figure it out and you know he just eventually he worked he worked his body tireless Charlie and hello may you rest in peace said by a really was an amazing person and his off his wheelchair still in the office occurs for in retaliation it is crazy and Steve this which I'm sitting in it it's actually knew I just got a like over a month ago right and looking at how much skinnier it is from my less witcher it's amazing when I go to the re foundation their office and I see his wheelchair it is amazing how far sizes came wow and you know what yeah the thing about Christopher reeve he or he was another one that I will know that this will not to find me I will get out of this chair I will walk again the famous commercial I wish I could member the company the dot com company this in the Superbowl when Christopher reeve stood up in the chair remember all you have to see it it was a commercial I forget I wish I could I will find the company Sam look up the company with the Christopher reeve Superbowl commercial and see who with the company was but there was like an M. is having an amazing kind of you know feeds and Christopher reeve stands up and walks in the commercial lists and but he you eat your lie he tirelessly worked to find the cure what I remember most about Christopher reeve was a TV show called practice with Dylan McDermott and Kelly Williams and James Spader eventually game on it but anyway he they kind of did a thing like a rear window kind of movie he anything Christopher reeve was in rear window the remake as well where basically Christopher reeve is in the movie is is is the villain in the practice right I remember this the F. so you don't wanna watch it did you see it yeah you text me what was on it over the channel everything I watch it what a great but what a great because you know I mean he he he's the guy in a wheelchair but he's not the victim might use the villain he's the guy was orchestrating he's got the master plan right and he's the one right he's the one that sending having an affair with the wife of the guy that he's framing a don't don't ever discounts which are gas it's another they got is you because it was it was that like you mean you got to have women community like crazy law of I'm just I'm lucky though why am I talking talking to someone early and I'm just you know I'm I'm happy where I am right now you're such a likeable guy you know you've got the personality you know you just attract people you're good got people people want to hang out with you people want to be attracted you hockey players talk about all the celebrities that you have come in contact with the way way way let's so let's take a break and because I know some Mike Nichols stories every over Mike Nichols Kevin Hart Erekle grand taking a picture backstage concert you have met some really interesting people and you've done some great things and Mike Nichols in studio you want to talk to Mikey.

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A 28-year-old man had a stroke popping his neck

Sterling

09:40 min | 3 years ago

A 28-year-old man had a stroke popping his neck

"Pop by pop my neck, but I did not have a stroke. What the hell happened here because I may neck Popper. I like the pop my neck where were you know, wake up in the morning. It's like I'm working or something go, oh, my next or you give that little pop, and it feels good for a minute. What would you guys do all the time? So what happened with this guy? Well, by by trade, I'm a neck Popper to you know, but we we obviously take x rays, and we take we take things into consideration. When we're examining the patient, and one of the things that we have to look at it as a risk. And even though you can't mitigate risk all the time. They don't know that somebody's at risk. The reason this type of thing happens isn't because they're popping their neck, but because they have very unhealthy blood vessels to begin with. So somebody has blood vessels that have become very rigid over time. And there's some simple things. Most people can do to make sure that they're keeping their cardiovascular system pretty healthy. Fish oil is one of the. Things that the anti inflammatory effects of oil magnesium keeps blood vessels, really healthy. So taking magnesium really staying hydrated and avoiding too many diuretics like copy alcohol. Gotcha smoking overtime, those things really destroy your blood vessels. So the reality was whether he was popping his neck playing golf or flipping on a light switch. None of those actually would cause the stroke. They just would have been the last, you know, predisposing force that century that happened the the week blood vessel was really the issue. So what you're saying? Is that the the blood vessel it self deteriorates? It gets not as flexible it should be. Let's put away. It's like like an old rubber hose left out the sun. It's going to start cracking you'd brittle and that's what happened, but he's only twenty eight years old how much how much damage could he do your blood vessels Twenty-eight, man? This is the sad part is due to trans fats and fried foods and sugar in soft drinks and things like that chill. Children. Now over fifty percent of children under ten years old actually show signs of at-risk Leroux says already at that age. That's that's right. You know, what no one a little bit about physio because you know, I had about a half a semester of pre med dock. And I thought it might be like an osteo fight. So and osteo fight is something that kind of grows on your bone in your heart. And I thought okay, maybe this osteo fights there when you turn kind of act like a I don't know because it's it's you know, it's hard body that somehow cut the cut the artery possible to there's a there's a possibility of that. So I'll give you a couple of stats about seven thousand seven hundred thousand people have strokes every year. And the type of strokes that he had the T. Rowe artery, dissection or Bazeley artery. Dissection there's two two arteries. They're only about two point six percent of all strokes are because of those vessels. So you know, when people talk about chiropractic, and there being some risk you'd have to go into a chiropractor, roughly, eight point zero six million office visits to even have the risk of one incident of a stroke happening in a chiropractic office. And so the likelihood is that most of the time. These people were already having symptoms of stroke. For instance, this guy was popping his neck. He was probably having some neck pain, and maybe even a headache and trying to get some relief, but the neck pain and headache were probably related to the fact that he was already having vascular issues, and then the cracking of that whether there was an fuel fight or whether the the vessel is just that brittle. It was going to get injured. My my dad actually suffered a stroke when he was fifty and he did it. Golf. We've it or not you know, how we're supposed to keep our head down. Well, they never told you at one of the dangers of not keeping your head down that you hit your ball and slice it. But you could have a stroke. Oh my God. Turned his head really quick. And suffered a stroke on a golf course. And I remember the neurologist that was tending to him because I was in chiropractic college at the time. I said, you know, we're chiropractic where Jesse people all the time. How could he turn his head and stroking? He said, you know, my wife did it. He grabbed her tail and try to crack her neck when she was in the hot tub, and he said, she had a stroke. And he said the reality was we found out that she was already pretty much predisposed to her blood vessels or pretty unhealthy fathers. He was the person that told me if your dad had a stroke while flipping on the light switch that doesn't mean flipping switches, come true. Well, that makes sense. I it. So it's how brittle your arteries are because we're not taking care of ourselves at fifty I expect that because I recently went to the Christ hospital out six months ago, and I had one of those screenings that they do for twenty nine bucks and twenty minutes, and I'd recommend anyone get that simply because they they get a baseline of what's going on inside the walls of your arteries in your cardiovascular system, and everything great there. No Widowmaker, nothing predisposed should worry about everything was normal for someone of my age. So which is a good thing. But you know, four Warner's forearmed if you get one of those things and they find out. Hey, wait. You got some problems here lifestyle changes and possibly medicine if you let that go and don't know you're facing this twenty eight year old guy did it just simply golfing turning on a light. Switch in his case pop in his neck caused him to have a brain bleed have a stroke, and he almost died. Mentioned before, you know, essential fatty acids, hydration water minerals, like magnesium can all help you as a chiropractor. This is one of the reasons is critical chiropractors should always take xrays. If you have a problem going on because there are certain things that we could have seen. You might be able to see you know, calcification of an artery. You can see the crowded artery in the vertebral artery calcification of it's there. And if it is then you would change your strategy and how to adjust the patient with a less invasive type of an adjustment. I use a instrument sometimes called an Arthur stem. That's very noninvasive. We can still make great corrective changes, but the reality is a situation like this our country when you when you look at it five out of six people five hundred six end up developing, heart disease, or cancer. And so the way to make sure that you don't ever get one of these things is just assume that you're going to be the one of the five hundred six and stop assuming you're going to be one of the one of the six and start taking care of yourself in a way that is going to get you for their for their away. From that statistic. So we do a lot of classes a lot of things. I teach a lot of education on nutrition and stuff, and I will tell you that everyone really needs to start looking at their lifestyle medicine is they're kind of like the fire department to save your life in case of emergency. But two hundred thousand people a year die from taking their medication as prescribed definitely not medicine itself. Doesn't create health it can save a life here and there, but what does create health is making sure that your exercising eating well drinking enough water taking supplements. And I honestly chiropractic care the one thing in this situation that you know, some people might hear this and think it's scary. But there's no better way to take care of your nervous system. How your body heals then taking care of your spine? Dr Ryan Berlin, acute hearing centers dot com hotline seven hundred w w chiropractor lying, your health west in Westchester, and we're talking about this twenty year old guy and Oklahoma had a stroke because he popped his neck. He's an excellent stiff went to pop in it'd caused as vertebral artery to sever and he's gonna. I guess be. Okay. But the short term to meet him term prognosis is good for this guy. People die all the time. I wasn't the poppy the neck rather it was as the internal parts of his body. Cardiovascular system was at risk here too. So all told you know, as I said, I may neck Popper myself. I've had I've got like a head of bad back that fixed up chiropractic care and everything and my neck and mid back and all that. But I find myself at times like man next stiff specimen wake up, and I gave it a little pop is that inherently bad or like you heard popping your knuckles. What what does that doing cracking your knuckles? You hear that it can create arthritis. And that's usually people are jamming them or, hyper extending them. If you're gonna crack your knuckles the best way to do it simply just to pull them a little bit and get that release. So the popping noise is an inherently bad. But when you're doing it to your spine. You gotta remember that you have not only blood vessels that are very critical going to your brain. But you also have a spinal cord in there. And if we all remember the story of Christopher Reeves falling off his horse five organs shut down by injuring his spine. So. Even though you might be able to pop your neck and get a little bit of relief. You know, I always say a blind squirrel finds a nut. Every now, and then the reality is your best leaving it up to the experts. I went to school for eight years to learn how to Justice bind properly, and when people are using chiropractic care more proactively and not reactively. It's amazing even your people who are addicted popping their own neck. They don't feel the need to as much because we're actually getting to correcting the actual problem versus just grossly mobilizing all the vertebra above and below the one that's really stuck. I don't know. But in the last five, six minutes, you've been on DACA. I think I've tried to pop next seven times because I keep talking about pop in your neck. We gotta get you say popular. It's kind of like, hey, you know, what we did. We did a ten minute everyone. Blinking everyone. Be blinking right now. How many people are sitting there pop in my neck? I don't even pop like I'm trying to pump. And sometimes things just pop, you know, when you're moving around in the course of working out or. Just just life too though. Right. Okay. That means you're getting a little out normal motion there, and the body is eventually what happens you get a little releasing it eventually moves, but that is an indication that there's probably a little bit of dysfunction in your spine. You know, one thing that always amazes me as a chiropractor is everyone brushes their teeth every day because they want to keep their teeth healthy, you know, think about nobody really understands how to keep their spine healthy and chiropractic is one of the very few things you can do to proactively keep your spine, healthy and more importantly, keep your nervous system. Healthy info care practice, say great tool for keeping people healing and healthy.

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'Superman: The Movie' turns 40

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Han Solo blaster sells for $550,000 at auction

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Phil Murphy, Us and Warren Levinson discussed on 24 Hour News

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