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"dan weiss" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Nets center. I'm Chris Dule. We're moments away from getting you to build Schoening. He is in the 80 anti center this evening where he will be broadcasting remotely as the San Antonio Spurs are at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans. Taking on the New Orleans pelicans the Spurs open the night at 29 29. They are in the number 10 slut. In the Western Conference, although they are in a virtual tie with the Golden State Warriors, who are also an even 500 warriors are 30 and 30, but currently occupy the number nine slot in the Western Conference Now, right behind the Spurs, their opponent for this evening, the New Orleans pelicans, the pelicans are 3.5 games. Behind the Spurs. So Spurs trying to fend off the pelicans. A win tonight on the road in New Orleans would go a long way toward trying to see secure a post season position. Remember, the nine in 10 slots do qualify for a post season play in tournament this year in the embassy coming up on Spurs radio game night with Bill Schoening, we'll hear the pregame comments. From spur Lonnie Walker. The fourth and then bill will sit down with Dan Weiss of Spurs television, and when he sits down with Dan, It's always fascinating and entertaining, and Dan usually provides some Gan Olympics. Some statistics that you might not have known about about the Spurs and or the pelicans for tonight's game after the game. Don't forget we'll bring you spurs react right here on Spurs radio 1200 W. Away I with Michael Bartlett and myself that will.
"dan weiss" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show
"All Right Gentlemen. We have here a returning guests man. We had them on just last season man. Cool as dude. He was on the episode. I believe eighty eight vanilla whites listening to that so We've got very funny. Comedian good friend of the show. Dan Weiss my friend. How are you doing good mixture? Full time paramedic. That of course suspend lethally. I mean it's kicking our asses in some sort of level right. How are you taking? I'm taking it pretty well. I mean granted everyday like ground. The movie Groundhog Day. I keep losing track of what day of the fucking week. It is like at a curiosity. What do you think it is? Well I only know because you told me but if you but if not for that I would have probably thought it was like Saturday or Sunday. You know that happened to me. Initially initially I was losing track of what day was in by the time I hit that point. I got real scared I was like. I gotta find out. I gotTa build a routine or something. Because I'M GONNA I'M GONNA lose my shit knowing that I am about to forget what eighties I no in the other bad part about it. I'm sure most of US Scott. Pretty fat during the full thing. I mean considering snow parks or should open. Well you know some people in in regards to that topic man. I've seen people and the league in a different way. I've actually seen people be a little more proactive. On that regard people have lost weight. I think for those that are bigger. They've chosen the route of losing weight. Where the ones that weren't big just chose Arado gaining weight. You know what I mean like in them for some. It just didn't matter to gain the weight I felt like shedded pounds bit. You know I feel that my my dietary habits of change one because the pockets ears aid you know that's true our.
"dan weiss" Discussed on An Arm and a Leg
"Stephanie. WHITTLES WAX is the host of last day. That's a new podcast about the OPIOID epidemic. I think it starts with the story of her brother. Harris whittles and then expands way way. It is funny and Super Sad and Super Smart Reverie listening to this podcast. We'll have a link to last day description for this episode of an arm and leg. And if you're listening to this show for the first time welcome welcome you can find out more about I said arm and a leg show dot com. And of course you can subscribe where ever you get podcasts. I'm GONNA plug after the PODCAST company A.. CAST their distributing an arm and a leg this season so we like that but you just go subscribe and while you're there wherever you are. Why not leave us a review and actually if you are digging show there is one super special thing thing you can do for us right now? 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You're looking for problems with competence problems with breathing problems with maliciousness and luckily most things are incompetence meredith's amazing story and more her secrets to navigating the cost of healthcare and maintaining your sanity. That's next time on an arm and a leg then daycare yourself. This episode was produced by me. Dan Weiss now our editor is an Heiferman are consulting managing producer. Is Daisy Rosario. Reo from music is by Dave winer and blue dot sessions. Adam Raimondo is our audio thanks this week to Stephanie Widows Wax Inspiring or maybe it's gently shaming me into finally starting to post transcripts of this show to our website. Her Baby Harry is deaf in one ear. She and her family are learning American sign language and she hosts transcripts up for show. Oh we can do it too. Starting with his arm and a leg show dot com slash transcripts. This season of an arm and leg is a co production with Kaiser Health News. 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"dan weiss" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Dot com slash t._a. If you look for it this is what the beginning of what we're seeing for f._x. Getting that disney fusion where they're really ramping up originals be it scripted or unscripted. I'm strongly in favor of anyone who wants to push into the non fiction space pushing in i. I just think it would be worthwhile for f._x. To kind of figure out what corner of that genre they wanna attempt to fill space in because for example showtime has done a remarkable job of kind of grabbing the high ground in music base documentaries for example and so you know doing a documentary sure you can do it but it's going to look like you're sort i'm trying to do what showtime doing so but they've also got stuff in the true crime space and i think for a first slate. It's it's pretty robust. It's pretty yeah. I mean look. They're gonna they're gonna put these on and we'll see what works and maybe from that. There will be a strategy emerge but i think for an initial slate. It's pretty impressive by all means. I strongly encourage f._x. Is to do this. The more places there are on television for nonfiction storytelling to home the better and also the more lists of nonfiction storytelling that you agree agree to do that. Don't involve documentaries about how hunky <hes> ted bundy is or was the better in my opinion. That was the point where i left the room when an exact and and i won't name who was described as hunky ted bundy that's when i knew it was time to go out to the bar yeah enough enough already with ted bundy folks move on yeah well. That takes takes us to our second topic of the week. I feel like we've been talking about this now for a couple of weeks but david benny off and dan weiss have departed their longtime home at h._b._o. And after offers from disney and amazon have signed what sources sources close to leslie. I have no sources say is a two hundred million dollar overall deal to create tv series as and films for net flicks domes is also <hes> that is a a a lot of money and good gracious. That's that's a lot of money <hes> leslie i have. I have almost no way of processing that amount out of money for two people whose t._v. Resume contains one entry right but that one entry happens to be one of the biggest shows of the t._v. Era i've lost count of how many awards it's one. It's one i think didn't win. A peabody definitely talk so it's basically the show of the moment it's gonna win another regardless of how divisive the series finale with fifteen to twenty more and i mean you know the big question for me is what netflix is actually paying for what they're going to get on this return turn. This is the story that i'm i'm reporting out a little bit more right now but you know look benny f._m. Weiss have three star wars movies already lined up for disney so i can't can't imagine disney or lucasfilm is going to be all that jazz when they're like yeah we're going to focus on those and then we're also gonna do these other things at the same time it just seems like netflix paid two hundred million dollars to be fourth in line for benef- in.
"dan weiss" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Antonio football club insider, Dan Weiss coming up before eight thirty. Sean Hannity's morning minute before nine o'clock. There are reports that we're about to get and Areva dare Chee from the San Antonio Spurs franchise. Haven't heard anything, officially from the Spurs, but there are reports that Spurs assistant coach at tore Mussina has agreed on a deal to run basketball operations and become the new head coach of Olympia Milano, which is based in Milan, Italy at Torres been lead assistant on pop staff since two thousand fourteen now was just last week Spurs assistant coach Email. You doco announced that he was leaving the Spurs. He'll be joining the Philadelphia seventy Sixers coaching staff as an assistant their head coach, of course, is a former Spurs assistant Brett Brown. So now it looks like we're at least according to reports like I said, I haven't heard anything official from the Spurs and until I do I buying it. Might end up having to. So what's that leave? That's Becky say pop, and Becky, no chip England. Who's been with the team for thirteen years will hardy who's been with the team for eight. He's also the head coach of the Spurs summer league team in Utah, or has been for the last three years. So that's pretty much it. I don't know if you I don't think. I don't think that any of the assistant coaches under pop are listed. Like I assistant coach second assistant coach think they're all just assistant coaches. Now, we know that it tore sits or did fits as we speak next to pop, I don't any usually takes over. If pop gets tossed or can make a game. So we're just going to have to wait and see. I don't know if you know you know how reports are. Speaking of the NBA Kevin Durant did play last night in Golden State's win over Toronto then might signify, not that he played. But the fact that Golden State won that game I thought that was pretty much a must win game for the raptors. Yeah. I mean they lost the game and that goes against my general thought, which is not a little immigration game is not a must win. So I'll just say that it was a very big game for them to find a way to put Golden State away, and they did not they're headed back to Oakland for game six. They will be without Kevin Durant who played just twelve minutes last night. I think he was three for four in three for three on threes. Head eleven points when he re injured his achilles for those of you don't know the achilles tendon is just above the he'll in just below the calf. So when you hear them talk about a calf. Injury. It either is or isn't the achilles tendon. Did he go into soon? Did he go back in the court who knows antics, well, the, the president was side himself? The pro the president was in shock and was crying because he just possibly lost a guy from good. You don't know where that injury is gonna take that injury fits a tear in it looks like it is a tear. He's gone for only at least a year. Now, he's a free agent. And there are teams cases in point Brooklyn Knicks clippers who spent months if not years since the day, he signed with Golden State. Okay. Let's see. When is that contract of okay? It's up in two thousand nineteen and have started maneuvering looking at their what can, we do to get Kevin Durant, when his time at Golden State is up? Now all of those teams are maybe still looking at him. They're awaiting the results, just like we are, what do you do with a guy who's gonna miss the if that's the case? And again, that's not confirmed. But if that's the case, guys going to be gone for a year, you're gonna try to get him in the off season. And on top of that back to back injuries. You know raising speculation as he falling apart, well, in that goes back to Megan's question. Did he come back too soon? That's way above my pay. Great look decks up the him, doctors, and management and everybody by all accounts. They didn't throw him out there, because, oh we we're done if he doesn't play that isn't what happened. He worked out the injury that he had was usually a five six week four five six week injury. It happened back on may eighth. He'd been practicing with the team, not a lot, but he'd been practicing with the team. They didn't just throw them out there in desperation, he went out and played because he the doctors and management thought he was ready to go. Now, did he reinjured? It's the fame injury. Only worse that could happen that could have happened to his other leg, just me on the anytime you walk out on a basketball floor or out on a football field or a baseball field or soccer tennis court. Whatever, anytime you walk out there to play anything can happen. But this just canes the entire landscape of not just the warriors, but the NBA and as I mentioned warrior. Are still alive games. Fix is Wednesday night in thirsty Thursday night in Oakland. 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"dan weiss" Discussed on KOMO
"Just right. Years later, people are still upset about the sopranos and lost and Seinfeld. But Hebert says he doesn't think that'll be the case here. I don't think it'll be divisive in the way that the sopranos was divisive. I think it's going to be a bit more of a traditional satisfying ending. A lot of respects. The final season of game of thrones as a whole has many wanting to unleash dragon on show, creators, David Benny off, Dan Weiss an online petition this week to remake the final season with different writers has over eight hundred thousand signatures as I type this and Hibbert, thanks Sunday night, show won't change that. I don't expect the divided reactions to end with the finale whatever happened Sunday night. Game of thrones its place in pop culture history has been solidified based on the books by George r Martin series was a hit for HBO when it debuted in two thousand eleven growing its audience every year in time when Moshe viewers season to season, it set EMI records and done what few shows if any can do in this fractured TV landscape, create appointment viewing game of thrones has changed TV. Well, it certainly blue part, the notion that TV shows have to have a limit to their scale of production. So it's raised the bar in terms of what TV is. And I think it's bold storytelling moves busted, a lot of tropes, that make it difficult for a standard TV drama. Nowadays to do the usual TV thing of telling basically the same story week after week without any consequences or permanence to the characters so tip horn of giants milk to the end of an era, at least into one of the many in the works game of thrones spinoffs, debuts ca-car, Jason Nathanson, ABC news, Hollywood and fans will be going through withdrawal. I'm sure he'll update on KOMO. Aaa traffic.
Bob Iger, David Benny And CEO discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Disney CEO, Bob Iger, confirming that the next upcoming Star Wars film, separate twenty twenty two will be from game of thrones creators, David Benny off. Dan, Weiss pair of signed up for a trilogy of films. Also game of thrones related the MTV movie and TV award nominations are out game of thrones. The most nominated TV show vendors endgame the most nominated movie that will air Monday, June
"dan weiss" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Would Dan Weiss just minutes away. Right now, we welcome in San Antonio. I news national correspondent Michael Bauer. The latest on the president his Texas and is former White House counsel start with the Texas. It looks like says here that the Democrats laid us move is escalating on getting the I didn't know you could get any higher than where they're already at and trying to get those things. There was this whole belief that was going on Charlie last week when you had the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin say that they weren't gonna turn over President Trump's six years of taxes that they were looking to get they weren't gonna turn that over the IRS of supported that element. There was a shot that it looked like House Ways, and means chairman Richard Neal would actually go to court directly right dead in order to fight that. But he held off number standing that. If he were issue a subpoena. The White House is already fighting off five other house subpoenas right now. And that this would be another move there in but after consulting with his counsel as well as the options that were vailable to him. He issued a subpoena on Friday to the secretary of the treasury and IRS for those six years of tax returns and gave them until this upcoming Friday may seventeenth at five PM to produce the records. And if they don't and he's not expecting that. They will then he's gonna go white after them in court, which probably means more like Monday rather than five and five thirty. But you never know he may have things set up and ready to go prior to that five PM deadline, and this is all as Democrats are pushing here. Try to get information to find out if the president of the United States has abused our tax laws, and or on some level, maybe getting monies from elsewhere that would be financial conflicts of interest would just be kind of silly. Wouldn't it? I think so. Okay. So let's say you get all of that. Then what happens then, then where do you go from there because outside of legitimately highlighting some of this money that may be coming in from foreign countries that the president made decisions on that's a long stretch to go just for trying to look at this information here, and there's a very good chance. You look at all this information. And if the president is right. They were being nothing in that information. It would all be boring, and and really in perceptible as far as what kind of information the public would need to know about. What's the latest found the President Mr Mcgann a bit of a conflict you had Friday. The White House. Corey reports on Friday the White House had requested former White House counsel, Don Mcgann publicly state that President Trump didn't obstruct Justice was one of two or three different times at the White House was trying to get Don Mcgann to make the statement. And again through his lawyers, Don Mcgann declined to make that statement. He had a reason for it through his lawyers indicated listen, you had the attorney general William bar already concluded there was insufficient evidence to accuse of criminal structures. So there's no reason for him to. Back off and make any other statements when the attorney general the.
"dan weiss" Discussed on The Watch
"And so to have a scene where characters that we have we have known for eight seasons, some some slightly less. I guess. Unlikely characters to be together unlikely friends unlikely companions all of whom are scarred in multiple ways. Whether they physically lost a hand or they were nursed by a giant widow. They lost something else or they they've all lost stuff along the way. But no, but particularly talking about the characters in that brand seen none of whom I believe had been castrated on Cameron an honor bestowed only on the-an, I believe of the main cast to have them just be around together and feel the weight of the moment, but the audience also feels the significance of the moment. Because we know this is our last time with some of these people. Well, it's really wonderful. It's really rare. And I think that Benny often, and Dan Weiss and Brian cognitive been there with them almost from the beginning really lived up to the moment. Yeah. I think one of the themes the upsets we talked about this last night. I talked thrones. But the word uttered a couple of time. Times throughout was afterwards. You know dance onto having this conversation that kinda gets derailed. When like what happens after all this? And this concept of will will let's see we live. Let's say we make it but the episode itself as fuel by kind of last night on earth urgency, and I couldn't help. But think about some of the meta commentary of like, these these characters are also in these actors who have spent so much time together are also kind of separating from one another professionally, and there was a lot of really touching moments in between people like that. Even when they were only sons Danny have not had that many. I don't think any one on one conversations like they did last night, by the way ever since onset took over as the lady of the rhythm nation. She hasn't looked as fine as you did last night. He large large chain. Yeah. Thursday's elephant chain chain, hang low. But that was that was incredible. Yeah. But also, it's funny. It's really funny. What the difference week makes? And now you've got in my head with this idea of thinking them together. But I on the podcast last week. I was talking about how I felt almost rushed with some of these some of these encounters some of these reunions that they felt just they they felt economical word that I've used now in complete twice, but once in a positive context one in a negative context. Then you get to this week's episode where the hound aria scene is certainly shorter than the one the previous week. But it was terrific..
"dan weiss" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"So I I would say barris is Representative of type of character that I do think could get really lost in the shuffle. Here think like Wendelin Christie Brienne is another example of that just some of these characters who are fantastic in their own rights, but often play supporting roles to the to the larger narrative with only six episodes left. I would be a little concerned about some of those people Jerome Flynn as Braun another example. I think that those are those are the types of people that you got to wonder is the show going to do Justice to as we're bringing the show in for a landing. So let let's tie this all together and close out this segment. Josh who wins the iron throne. Oh my gosh. Who wins the iron throne? I do think that the chalk pick is too narrow star Garin, right? Like this has been her journey all series long. I think just to to play it safe that has been my official pick as well. The person who's currently on the iron throne is seriously, Lancaster, it would be a real Debbie Downer of an ending. If sir c Lancaster is still on the iron throne by the end of game of thrones. I just don't see that happening. Like, I said, John snow. I think he's gonna die. I don't think that he is going to make it. I think he will die again. Even if he is the legitimate heir to the iron throne. I think that his destiny will be to save the realm and not to rule the realm. But I think Darris I think the nearest will will get what she has Quested for just in a in a fashion that she didn't quite expect losing people along the way finding out that ruling is a lot more of a challenge than she expected connecting with west rose a lot more challenging than she. Expected. But I think when all of a sudden done, I do expect it to narrow will we'll be the one who is who is on top of this thing, or there will be no iron throne is another popular theory. And I like that one too. Well, how much how much is your investment? Honestly in that as we're heading towards these last six episodes is that the thing I don't want to say is that the thing you're watching for. But is that kind of your primary question or you kind of journey oriented more than destination oriented in your view ship, Dan, I was and remain an enormous fan of lost. And if that show did not teach me that it's about the journey and not the ending than I don't know if I would ever learned that lesson. So I am a journeyman when it comes to game of thrones. I'm hopeful that the ending satisfies, but the ending is going to satisfy me if the characters resolve in a way, that's true to the characters in a way that's true to the spirit of this show, which is often very brutal and very fair to the reality of running into a bad situation. Just because you're a hero. Doesn't mean you escape a bad situation with your life intact. If you've walked into it. I'm hoping we get some of those red wedding level moments coming into the final season, but who sits on the iron throne. It only matters to me in so far as what does that say about David Benny often Dan Weiss's philosophy about power about the quest for power and potentially reflecting? What George Martin's answer to that question is as he had written the books how he hopefully someday intends to wrap this series up. That's really for me. I don't really care who it is. If there's an iron thrown I mostly care about the quality of the questions that it raises based on the answer of how the question of the power in west resolves that seems like a perfect place to wrap this segment, and we will definitely have you back on as we get towards or immediately after the finale, thank you so much for joining us, Josh Wigley. Thanks friends for extensive final season coverage head to T H, R dot com slash game of thrones. And be sure to catch Josh on jars new John? Tv focus podcast.
"dan weiss" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"It's basically about how this one seaside town in Croatia. Got so overwhelmed by British like Stagg we last weekend. Delic everyone moved out of town and just came into the bars and then left and like basically gave like ceded the town to the British tour. Fascinating and horrifying. So I I can understand Croatia's sensitivity. All right. We've had enough leave. Out of. Yeah. And and so and the other thing that you know, like Mike was at the premiere, and that's that's like I was so interested to hear Mike feelings around the premier and being there. So that the other interesting thing, I think about that big, you know, they did Radio City Music hall. They didn't do it in LA. Like, they usually do it. They like they really splash out. There's a giant thrones in Rockefeller plaza. It's like that they had most of the cast their. I mean, I I don't think Amelia Clark was there. There were one or two other main people who weren't there. But like it was was there. Lena Hiti wasn't there because she's sick. Sorry. Handy wasn't there? But like it will it reminded me of like being a kid when you took all of your like Star Wars figures and laid them out across the stage musical I was like, holy smokes. Like, they were all there all the dead people. Sean bean was there. Yeah. Also, there's a symbolic the symbolism of Radio City Music calls a few blocks north of HBO's headquarters in New York. Yes. I think they were like this is our turf lake where we're bringing this home for the one last thing, you know, I think as sort of a kind of HBO specific branding their their with location and also started a full damn our late because the red carpet long imagine. I'm sorry Joanna. I interrupted, you know. No, no, no. That was a great point. But the the people who were there who work on the show who were maybe like burnt out from all the work. They put into the final season or any number of other things got reinvigorated by seeing all those people there who were excited seeing the enormous throat. You know, they were like I was feeling disconnected from this all like end we finished shooting, and it was sort of over. I was talking to Paul Fairfield who does this out on the show, and she's just she's like she works on her own in her own house out of our own studio. And she like, you know, she's been isolated and just like making dragon noises like. Doesn't wasn't really connected to the larger thing. And then you get to go to this thing. And just see like, wow, what an impact your, you know, silly drag annoys job or whatever has had on people like the story is so important to people so fascinated me, and my friend Margaret who came as my plus one she was she is like a political person. And so she's like so who's here. What is those? I was like I think it's the people who worked on the show or like filling out huge portion of this audience. And I mean, there's a lot of people who've worked on that thing. And it was cool that Dan Weiss said and their remarks beforehand, he was like this is the last time, you know, he said this is bitter sweet because we're really excited to be here. But this is really very likely to last time. We're all going to be in one place. So it really is. I mean, they understandably they were they were aware of the momentousness of the occasion. And you know, and rightly so I mean, no one they were saying like, we'll never experienced anything like this. And how could they I don't I don't think you ever could. Yeah. Apparently there. Yeah. Apparently their slogan for the season was we'll never see. It's like again or something they were making it. I wish it was a little owes lately self-important. But like, it's also true. You can't you wanna be like come on guys. But then you're like, well, no, you're right. Actually, nothing really say about it. So Mike you've seen the first episode in Arkansas spoiler for anybody. So think they should be concerned..
"dan weiss" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"San antonio. I news correspondent on the president and health care coming up in just a couple of minutes. Also, your San Antonio football club in cider would Dan Weiss before the bottom of the hour. Born twenty eight July nineteen seventy seven by Blanca Argentina want. Emmanuel David Jim nobly, which means he'll be forty two in four months. People can forget sometimes monitor nobly played eight years of professional basketball before he joined the San Antonio Spurs. He wanted to attack league MVP's the Euroleague finals MVP the two thousand one euro league championship and triple crown. He is one of only two players in the history of the world to have won a Euroleague, title an NBA championship and an Olympic gold medal. The other would be Bill, Bradley. To know rejoin the Spurs in the two thousand to two thousand three season and the risk is history is just take a quick look at some of that history. Four time NBA champion. Two time NBA all star two time all NBA thirteen NBA sixth man of the year award winner in two thousand eight NBA all rookie team two thousand three Euroleague champion Euroleague finals MVP to time Euroleague finals top scorer, all Euroleague. First team talion league champion Italian Cup. MVP two-time talion league MVP gold medal two thousand four Olympics with Argentina bronze-medal two thousand eight Olympics with Argentina. And that's just the beginning. I wouldn't give I wouldn't trade my job for any job. But if I could I would have loved to ban who ever, and I hope I'm gonna work on. I'm hoping Bill showning noses. If not I'll find out I would like to just sit been the guy who got to sit down next to who ever put together. Tonight's video package. It's going to be amazing. That would have that person. He or she whoever it is probably had as much difficulty deciding what to leave out of the video package as to what put in. Yeah. You can only, you know, their their time restraints on these kind of banks. And I know if it was me, I go. Wow. I'd like that. Well, but you know, this over here is a little bit. Well, but what if the which one had more importance at the time sometimes as we talked about yesterday, my favorite minute nobly highlight wasn't even really a big deal at the time. And that's at fastball pass through like eight arms in the middle of the lane that he threw to Matt Bonner, and I'd like to add Matt Bonner how long has hand hurt after that. One. Tonight's going to be a great great night, the president healthcare. In San Antonio. I news Michael Bauer next local border patrol agents are preparing to release hundreds more illegal immigrants with their promise to appear in court. The husband and missing mother Andrea MacDonald could be a free man as soon as today. The Texas house is open debate on just how much of your money a plans to spend in the coming two years, and it is monitored job as night, and we're all just spectators more coming up at eight thirty w away. I news time eight twenty one now, traffic.
"dan weiss" Discussed on About to Review
"Martin first of all has built so many world until many stories and written books that are not really the books that we have wanted. But they are still books about the history and the legends of these ancient heroes that is what the prequel is going to be about. What is interesting is Dan Weiss and David Benny off the current show runners have nothing to do with it. So it is not necessarily that they need that oversight. I just find it. Interesting when you're doing too complicated world that you know, you're not really talking to those folks or like having them involved, but at the same time if they were to go to the age of heroes and really talk about some of those stories you run into this problem of okay? So if they start in this age of heroes, but they're still mentioning people before that and brand the builder and all of that I feel like it could go that Star Wars route where we're getting a prequel to if been that we really like, but then in that prequel it mentions other stuff from other stores might at some point. And I come on just tell solid stories, and we're going to be on board, regardless of kind of what age they are in in this game of thrones people are going to watch I'm going to watch. I know that about myself. So I'm excited to see what they do with it. We just do not really know much right now other than the cast and the pilot has a director. So we will see, but it is exciting that it is moving forward. This type of large scale epic TV I mean as having a renaissance right now, but again with the net flicks model and everything it will be interesting to see. How many layers they are going to be able to do? And how many shows they're going to be able to actually pull off at that? Same qaulity gave him through. Thrones prequel is on its way in a couple years. Hopefully sooner rather than later, but we will see. There's a new trailer that dropped the is kind of a modern reverse version of big and the titles actually little it has ISA ring Marseille Martin and Regina hall, and Regina hall is this unreasonable boss to each array and super mean. And of course, she has I am and turned into a little girl who then is trying to navigate the world with ISA raise guidance. The trailer looks really funny, but what I'm more excited about is that Marseille Martin who people have known past couple of years on blackish. She is thirteen years old. She is an executive producer of this movie. She is the youngest executive producer of a movie that is awesome. I hope that she has a little bit of control in that is one of the things that people always kind of joke about is. Nobody really knows what producers do. Do. So I'm hoping that as producer, you know, she had some pull she had some ability to tell the story in some certain directions. So that is exciting. I'm actually a little bit more excited for her and her opportunities as an executive producer and as young actor in this field. I'm worried about that than the actual movie itself. Even the movie looks cute and funny. So yeah, so good for you Marseille Martin. So that movie is little and of course, all of the links will be in the show notes below. So go ahead and click those one of my favorite ridiculous movies is dune. Yes. The original dune with Patrick Stewart and a whole bunch of other people so this remake the Dinnie Dinnie Villaneuva has been talking about doing for a while..
"dan weiss" Discussed on The Watch
"That's not the book everyone's waiting for its. I know it's like story jas. Yeah. How do you feel right now having taken this year off do you feel as excited as ever to get back to do you feel actually was there a moment when you saw that billboard of of John what he's surrounded by the bodies from the battle the bastard that's up on like Hollywood and Franklin re like, oh, yeah. Yeah. Hey, I want TV to make me feel like that. Again. Are you excited are you where are you in your own journey? Well, I think we talked a little bit about this when we were quarter with Sam for the year end podcasts about the excitement around. There still is like a real excitement around Sunday night event television, and the idea of there being like the these things being parceled out and everybody kind of on the same schedule. And I think that that is thing that I'm really looking for game of thrones is the feeling of almost like a mini sports season. And that will all kind of be on the same football night in America schedule with this show. They will almost certainly not be sharing it with others beforehand. So yeah, that part of it and the idea of it being like, this this and Tissot. Tori thing is really exciting. You know, I think that there's a little bit of a coda to to feeling to this Minnie's that they're doing here. I think they've told the story that they're telling yes, I do too. And this is a little bit more of a supernatural mystical kind of fight that we're into four and there's a lot about the game of there's a lot about game of thrones. As a story that was so subversive about are kind of understanding of like, the the, you know, this person needs to live and conquer this person. You know, we all you know, if you didn't read the books you'd be like, right? This is the story of how Robb stark saves saves his family, right? And I think that will they how they continue to subvert that. And how did they do that off of book? Basically is the fascinating question. I also think it's worth considering as the very noisy very expensive and of an era. Yeah. On television for sure. And for sure I know this first hand, and I'm sure anyone else's ever worked at any production. Any level will attest to this? There's always an element on any. Even the most blessed and fortunate productions in history that were then resulted in great ratings awards, there's always an element. If I can't believe we got away with this. I can't believe we trick them. I can't believe we full them. I can't believe we're gonna pull this off. Despite what it seemed like ten minutes ago. That's always the case. But for as much as a, you know, at this point, God knows how many hundreds of millions of dollars. They spent on the show. There is kind of a it was never an underdog. But it's insane. That the show became what it became, obviously. If you consider the scope of the stories and people would read the books before would have felt this from the beginning. They were probably probably Jason. And Mallory thought when they read the books boy anyone ever gets this, right? This could be the biggest story in the world. This could be the most exciting television show or movie or whatever it was going to be in the world. But you know, Tom McCarthy directed a busted pilot if this. Yeah, David Benny often his buddy, Dan Weiss had written with Benny off certainly add with a lot of credits. And but they'd never done this. I mean, not only had they never run a, you know. Multi hundred million dollar production in multiple European countries. They never run a TV show. Yeah. Many of these actors who we take for granted as appearing. We're character actors children. Yeah, it's astonishing that they pulled this off to the degree of quality that they did and the degree of success that now we take it for granted that this is just going to be the most visually spectacular thing. The next era of storytelling on this level. Our shows and projects that were born on third base and are going to try to convince you that they hit a triple. They're going to be like Lord of the rings Lord of the rings show, which we're going to keep mentioning this. And it won't matter if the shows good, but it will always be matter..
"dan weiss" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Although that peace is not an Indian classical work. It is constructed kind of like an Indian Raka. It has a slow setup a slow introductory movement known as an Alop followed by the actual composed. Melody that is played by the solo instrument or in this case instruments. Wish Mahanta is the composer in the sax player reservoirs e playing the electric guitar, Dan Weiss on the toddler, the drums and like an Indian Ragas it. It comes to cook careening to a breakneck conclusion with all of the instrumentalists ending together on the the one the the first beat then what we just heard were the opening two tracks of this record by rich Mahanta company, the opening movement called Alop, and then that second part called snap. So even though it's not an authentic Ragas certain. Finally, it is it has echoes of that format in that performance practice from an album called agreement which apparently is Sam script for next or following. And it is a record from redress Mahanta and his Indo-Pak coalition all based here in New York. And the first of a number of pieces were hearing on this edition of new sounds that is based on classical forms from other parts of the world. In a moment. We'll hear some music that looks to the the classical Arab music northern Africa. In fact, will hear some of the real thing from uncle, but also some music from the Norwegian musician yawn Balka and his collaboration with the Moroccan singer Amina Alawi, so stay with us for that. I'm John Shafer. And you're listening to new sounds when you.
"dan weiss" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show
"A bar source other do you see some with their teeth or something they'll forget they met you there will yeah why i didn't know the shoes reversible yeah man like one time smoking some we with the i don't even care will drop his name i don't give a fuck when a when a dan weiss home he's okay yes we're maximus our oh i'm i'm like like i was smoking with his mother fucker man okay and we should describe because the people we love he he wears a cowboy hat cowboy shit if he don't knock get the oven i just put it out there because he says it aloud to everybody he's done acid hundreds of times yes yes i knew i come guessing sees the flock added me a bowl of weed in the lumina m foil yeah exactly like we do right i was smoking weed all multiple can we would as well fuck it was like me mom fucking like ridiculous or nncholas super now to me i can't forget it was one of the white comics now well why it was a it was kind of hobby hobby hanging out with a bunch of other local community is kevin hobby air me ridiculous and in this month book our rigorous super maximum shellman yeah right you smoke in shit he's a hit me i does some of critics shit may know like one time i smoke flock of before like why did i heard that like rotel yeah he's fit that she thought he's the most co hair person ever i seen get it from what i'm like you i gotta watch who roll that cannot make touch it to make sure still lie that's the first i've advocate them up cookout the smoker rotation so you ain't smoke with bre still for those who can't follow khalil's explaining here is there was a bunch of other fellow comedian friends that he decided to smoke with one parenti smoke flock though would you rather mice i would rather just have being rotation with someone that got hurt someone smokes flock someone this doctor for sure herpes i i don't know if you smoke plugger day herpes though i'm afraid i might get some of that flock of residual herpes his bed it's like that's like asking me how would a die there you're like yeah doll hey you wanna get shot a hundred times you wanna chase on which while you won't does oh no but yeah i mean you know what i like out the he's he's like a fascinating yellow i know he's.
"dan weiss" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"Hello and welcome my name is john august my name is craig and this is episode three hundred forty nine of script notes a podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters today on the show we'll be talking about the tools we use to get things written for me that's highland to the screaming that is finally coming out of beta but there's also outlining treatments and all the other things that right is right we'll be talking about that we'll also be answering questions from the huge tax that of piled up over the past few weeks but first craig we have guests for our live show it's going to be now these live shows these are the ones we do to benefit hollywood heart these tend to be are kind of biggest live shows these alleged shows where we've had our ryan johnson's and we've had our david benef dan weiss is and we've had all sorts of big big fans are jason bateman yeah had our jason bateman for these and this one no exception may be honestly our best lineup yet so what eleven with this lineup is like their people doing very different things but also kind of similar things when you think about it so so our guests are at least a joy at jodi nolan they are the co creators and show voters of westworld and hbo show that it's fantastic it's one of my favorite shows because i am a robot there for moving four the robots stor but we didn't stop there we also invited christopher markus and stephen mcfeely they are the co creators and show runners of the vendors franchise so they are the folks who are writing the capture american movies they wrote the most recent vendors movie that upcoming vendors movie so we're gonna be talking with all four of them about writing big cinemax stories that take place over multiple episodes that are hugely complicated that have spoilers in secrets they're under intense spotlights i think he was going to be great conversation just to point out that christopher and stephen their movie adventures in finnity war i believe is his had the biggest opening weekend of any movie of all time.
"dan weiss" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"As you said it's a special industry fancy people event and so i think let's call the title of the song the other side of the velvet rope ooh i like that very very much so if you are person wants to come to this we're gonna give to tickling on tickets we'll put two names on the list it will give those names on based on the person who writes the lyrics to that song so all right those lyrics about the other side of the rope centered ascot on com and we will put those two names on the list so to be clear here i think it's it's the who writes that end their plus one will be our guests for this special little thing great i think that's a great idea and it's not like you're is that a lyric contest it's really just like who put the effort in you know exactly we want you to jump over a bar and that bar is red smirks yeah but we have an actual wheel scripted show to hype as well so on may twenty second we're going to be doing a show at the arc light tickets are not available but i want you to clear your calendars on may twenty second there will be a live show in los angeles we're gonna have very cool guests it's going to be good fun time so if you have anything scheduled for may twenty second now is the time to cancel it because there's scripting his live show there and this is the quilt live show is when we had ryan johnson on fox and rob mcilhenny it's the equivalent of that show and works our guests pretty soon but that's the comic you don't schedule surgery for that day no listen don't schedule surgery if you don't have to obviously we're not big fans of the elective stuff but also folks this is the event that we do to support hollywood heart which is a a wonderful charity that our friend john gained supports and the past two times we done this have been well we like to save some of the some of the heavy firepower for those shows so the first time we did it we had dan weiss and benny off from game of thrones and we had jason bateman from jason bateman and then yeah last year we had ryan johnson on the eve of the last shot i coming.