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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

Over the Shoulder

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Over the Shoulder

"Now. They give another oscars another disappointment that do we. Did you see that you caught me off guard. After daniel qaluwa one is a war and they mistook him for the name. Let's hear there. We go yeah the The reporter was like how does it feel to be directed by regina king. He was like. How could you the question john. My little brother the soccer. I'll be watching just snapping dude. Engine true speak. This is this is not oscars time from the source. That's that's how you get to switch it over. He's like but we did. We did see the oscars. We saw some Some interesting wins. We saw Jet we bozeman did not win. That's why was this. I mean it wasn't that he didn't win. Best actor it's what like twitter saying how they marketed the oscars you know in a big shot the colusa but i had a few issues. I feel like Latif and daniel should not have been in the same category. You know what. I'm saying like that leads to your point. Though i feel like the kademi was trying to create a situation in which one of them would win and chad. But that's not what happened and there. So there are some pluses right so daniel. I think it was the first time a black person or black woman was Won the award from hair makeup for feeling stuff like that. It was a rainy rainy. Bottom hit But yeah there was definitely some losses for them like finish out. The show with anthony hopkins. Winning should just like a whole white guy. I didn't grant i didn't watch the movie. What is it the father some. But i did watch on my rainy and also watch the sound of metal I thought whoever the delete forget. Remit not remiss whatever. His name is from sacramental. Yeah he killed. Shit bro raise. I met or something like that. You use fire. Sounded medal was excellent amazing tomatoes. Great film won best sound and best. It's like a best sound is something else. They were both auditory awards. Though like sensory kind of base things yet. They are both sensitive rebates. So of course you know we don't look to the oscars for validation. We just appreciate the appreciation right so we want appreciate all those little bit appreciated from this appreciative source. Anytime nigger gets a win. We all four. I don't what it is. And i feel like after daniel kinda sized up shorties question. Yeah he was. Like i mean just about us getting coming together. That's really all right in a c- Yossi the video of Daniel and fred hampton junior. Sharon refrigerator hugging the after party. Y'all just embracing each other house. Powerful man i imagine. Just.

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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Khloe vows acclaimed road trip dom drama no-man's-land took best picked her picture director and actress. For instance mcdormand but there was a bit of a shocker in store that happened in the best actor category where the fathers star anthony hopkins upset. chadwick boseman expected posthumous oscar. Win for ma. Rainey's black bottom now taking place primarily at l. as historic union station the oscars also honored daniel qaluwa for judas and the black messiah this for best supporting actor and was the one bright spot and i did happen to see this except the speech because this was absolutely it was refreshing and it was just so out of character for the so heavy lectures that we retreated to and i use that word well with a little bit of a question mark. Because i'm not so sure all those virtual signaling speeches. Were all that enjoyable. Unless that's what you're into but it was that young eun taking home best supporting actress for minority. She was absolutely delightful. So her got an oscar to go with oliver grammy's winning best original song for fight for you this from judas and the black messiah soul won best original score he had tyler perry Being honored with the oscars hersholt humanitarian award. Sound of metal. It was the little indie that could by the way got. Its second oscar this for film editing lang actually Cleaned up manque. This was the citizen kane origin story. It cleaned up in technical achievements couple of categories. They're winning the oscars for production design as well as cinematography. But the one standout once again was monari grandma. You young june winning best supporting actress. She was so real and she was so excited and so happy and so it was just so refreshing. She actually said mr brad pitt. Finally nice to meet you. Where were you when we were filming. That was her presenter. Of course also a monari executive producer. I might add but she was so personable. The first korean actor to win an oscar. She was making jokes cracking jokes about all the different pronunciations of her name saying tonight. You are all forgiven and shouting out. All of giving shout outs and accolades to all of her fellow nominees tonight. I'm luckier than you. She said and also maybe. It's american hospitality for korean actor but she was just absolutely glowing and glorious. Now closed down made history as the first woman of color to win a best director. Pretty much as expected zao taking that oscar for nomad land. Interestingly enough zao was the second woman to ever win best director this after kaplan bigalow back in two thousand nine. Four the hurt locker and my octopus teacher. No surprise here named best documentary. This is about filmmaker who strikes up a friendship with an octopus in south africa. See forest and as expected best animated feature went to pick sars soul. So there haven't in case you missed it. And you wanna soundbite like you're all up and informed on the.

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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

The Pascal Show Podcast

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

"Anyway. We'll be right back. This is the Pascal show. What's up Yo you're on? Wgn You nine. Twenty am one. Oh six point nine. Fm Real talk for Real Saint Louis well back to the Pascal. Show thank you guys so much for tuning in. We've got some other interesting information. Going on in regards to Ben Affleck Bill so Ben. Affleck revealed that his acting was so bad in one film that they had to dub over him and he was like I was like That is not my voice. That is not me. Can you guess you take wild gas at the at the movie Julie? No buffy the vampire slayer I don't even know he was in it. He wasn't a basketball player really. Yeah what was the apparently? I'm so bad and that movie I had one line. It was taken. I think I'm holding a basketball and other basketball player turns into a Werewolf or whatever I think I'd say take it man and I thought it was fine and the director seemed happy and went to the movie. Didn't get premier tickets or anything and I was like that is not my voice. That is not me. That's what you gave. He said. Apparently the director hate him. I performance so much that she looped the entire performance performance which was one line but yes. I am dubbed in English. How that's hilarious. Yeah he said some things coming up. Isn't it pretty crazy? He he's been going through a lot of stuff. Been going through some things and I mean I personally have never been dubbed over in my life so personally but I can only imagine what that feels like. You still get a full pink. I guess yeah I mean. It's your likeness onscreen through not your voice though. It's your likeness onscreen. You know so I could see that happen though. Yeah that's absolutely horrible the ADS. But that's good old Ben. I mean he's got that New Basketball coaching movie. That's GONNA be coming out soon. We talked about that a couple of weeks ago. Yeah and so you know. I think he just recalling other basketball moments rice career. And that's just a pretty funny one. That is really funny one. Yeah but there's a lot of other movies that of other actors that were really jumped over. Because they're acting was so bad or whatnot. Yeah you know like they're literally like Oh. Yeah that's that's not voice. Yeah and that's the whole movie. It's the whole movie like I went to work and they didn't use it right or it's like oh. My accent was a good enough so they bring somebody else in to do. The accent sounds close to them close enough doves and have them dub over their voice. It's crazy especially in spots because you know some of these actors I mean. Of course they're trying to put in sometimes their phone again in some days sometimes not they're not linked in as much as they are and they're supposed to play a British person in their their accents all over the place so they'll redouble their stuff most of the time. It's the actor but there are a lot of times there are sometimes. I'm sorry not a lot to sometimes where they'll bring in somebody to dub over their words right so like specially spots where they're just kind of coming off not perfect so I could see that for sure. Yeah it's Other actors that never knew or were dubbed He got any McDowell in gray stroke Tarzan You Got Arnold Schwarzenegger and Hercules in New York Some of the bond girls have been dubbed over before. Oh Yeah Eva Mendez and exit. Audrey Hepburn back my fair Lady Sam J Jones Flash Gordon Jeff East and Superman. I guess it is kind of common. It is it is obviously very very common. I mean shoot. Arnold Schwarzenegger could barely even talk seriously. Mike he was barely. Even it was super thick so like Conan Conan the barbarian for sure he could barely speak English or his accent was thick but he's still got a big accident loud and people still love it and that's another conversation in itself but it's still black. It blows my mind about the the era of Arnold Schwarzenegger of all the movies. That he's done. It's always been a situation where he's always been American but he has the thickest accent and you wonder how is that even possible? It'll be an American scientist right. And then everything goes wrong. And then all of a sudden he has to use his muscles and do some save the world you know or it's like oh he's a CIA agent but he has this at night. It's like it's so weird. Yeah and no one ever asks him in these movies. Like where are you from really like your American? Really where are you from? And where are you from? 'cause YOU DON'T SOUND AMERICAN. Yeah yeah it doesn't make any sense you know what I'm saying. There's a lot of actors that can change their voice completely. Yeah he just does not have that talent no he doesn't he doesn't need it he doesn't eat it because he's got the baht he's the body. Now he's got the body or he used to not anymore. But you know what I mean and then you know it's like how does a Cyborg have his accent you don't saying how are you to the t? One thousand or whatever the hell was how you the Terminator with this Accent Right. And then how they always being made with that accident right. You see what I'm saying what's going on in this world. How is this possible? Maybe we need more than you know. So what's the what's that all about? So it Kinda you know an hour and it's minus terrible. You know what I mean it you get to the job or he's playing junior right you know. He's a doctor. He's a scientist that's gets we keep himself no one ever asks. Where's extant from? Where are you? Are you a? You're supposed to be American. He no one cares. Same thing with John Claude. Van Damme thing about it. No one ever has. You're you're an American cop lionheart. You're an American cop but you haven't a French accent right. You know what I mean hit. It is Leila and you like you're supposed to be American. Why are where's this accident from? Man He's a wanderer right down the middle of the streets and he has an accent. It's the same different Trim plane role in an accurate being in a role. Bright people go there to see Arnold in this role exact. They don't expect for him to change his whole persona right. They're not expecting him to be mind blowing right with his acting. They're expecting to see him. Be The physical monstrous powerhouse. Genetic Freak that he is other than that they're they're there to see a freak show basically. They're not there to go a while. His acting was really good. I didn't even realize he was. I didn't even know he was from. You know what I mean. I mean the muscles well. That was a really good southern accent. You know you don't like Oh. Wow He really pulled that off all the he should come out with the movie where he tries to do. I would kill to see that like a straight southern accent. I'm dead serious. I would kill to see that I would kill the same thing with Dwayne the Rock Johnson. Because this is the same thing in a way or Kevin Hart Kevin Hart. That'd be good ones. Had his own little choice that he does whatever it was like. Oh Yeah Yeah Dwayne the Rock Johnson is like. Can you smell what the Rock is? Good let me tell you something. A little further into him all the time every movie. But you don't ever see him play outside of that picked that part right. He's always this weird. You know what I'm saying is always the Rock Kevin Harlan. Hey that thing I would just love to see him like. I think it's only British people that can do other accents. Apparently that's okay. You have to be British because people are like Dang British right. I had no idea. Yeah because then you're sitting there like Daniel Qaluwa. You know what I mean. He came in an interview after. Get Out Right. So he's in. He's in that interview and everyone's like you know what I mean is. My name's Daniel clue one. I got the port and it just didn't know what to think of because I was really fully was absolutely smashing. Everyone's script raw peas with really you know what I mean. And it's like Dang man like but seems like only British actors can get away with being everything else except for themselves right so crazy man or Australians. That's true Margot Robie. Mago she can do. She can get away with anything because she's Australian. Hugh Jackman Yeah you know I might. You know what I mean. And it's all fine totally fine totally fine but other than that. You're a little Austrian in there. This is the world living you know what I mean. There's the world we live in not not. You're not gonNA ever see other people going out there being like all right. I WANNA see Arnold Schwarzenegger play a church. Well he could do a German French French accent. You know what I mean. Very soft and flow. We can't do it. Yeah there's voices too hard it works. It works Germany. You know what I mean. Can you picture that come out of his mouth with that with that tone Lube your you know what I mean. He'd be heavy smoker French. Oh Yeah you know and anyway. We're moving We gotta go into a quick commercial break when we come back. We're sitting down with. Mikey knows but his. We'll be right back. This is the Pascal show by A. We're keeping it real all day on nine twenty. Am and one. Oh six point nine FM. This is real talk. Wgn You yes. Welcome back to the past. Gal Show yes. He got so much for tuning in. You know what I mean. It really means a lot so you guys know we do have a podcast so everything that you're listening to right now. If you're going man I really miss pass. Cows voice nothing other than that you don't you don't have to worry about any other thing except justice amazing voice that you listen to on a daily and use maybe want to spread the word and share some of the some of the moments that we share some of the laughs some of the tiers. So what I'm saying. 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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

14:01 min | 3 years ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"Mean i just i just feel like it is fun fact this is actually based on a a bbc series of the same name which was about a parliament and so this is basically an americanized version of it and fun fact they film a lot of it or where did film a lot of it in baltimore near where i live also i'm looking at the cast here all right yes so big names that have been yes it out in addition to kevin spacey robin wright played claire underwood mahershala ali who just won an oscar for what what was that one green you watched it green green book okay okay i didn't know the name didn't yeah i am i didn't realize it okay kate mara neve campbell campbell rachel brosnahan who will talk about in minutes she was in that's okay i've only seen i think when we first started this podcast gave each other a little like challenge challenge to watch something that the person loved and it's interesting i realize now that neither one of us have completely finished the challenge the other one gave 'cause as you watched a lot of the walking dead more than i watched house of cards that was the challenge you gave me i watched i think two seasons of house of cards and i kind of feel very similar to what you just sad like there's just a lot of competition i liked it yeah i enjoyed it i thought it was very good but it's it hasn't been something that i've been compelled to to continue exactly the other shows out there so well the next show is one you absolutely will wanna finish watching it's yes dead to me and again these are are all on netflix on netflix this just premiered may third twenty nineteen and tons of buzz on social media about this show stars stars christina applegate linda carlini and james marsden there's one season only obviously just came out ten episodes thirty minutes it's like a movie you get bang that one i did on an airplane i loved it yup yup it was so good it has been renewed for season two but i mean i'm expecting that it'd be like another year before we see that probably yeah so dead to me is about a strong friendship that develops between gen a tightly wound widow and real estate agent and judy a free spirit with a shocking secret and i really elliot struggling yeah i'm struggling with how to explain this show without giving anything away because just one of those shows there are so many twists and turns that you don't expect and it's it's it's a beautiful i think it's a beautiful show is how i can explain it it's beautiful it is one thing i liked about it is in the very first episode they revealed something very shocking that i feel like most other shows that are not as cleverly written would have you know held off on that that secret until until later in the season but the fact that they introduced it straight up just created this dynamic right terry right exactly actly such as show and christina applegate i mean the acting was great in all of this but christina applegate specifically blew me away so very good show oh i would say this is this is for chicks or couples the men men would have heard many husbands are enjoying watching this their wives yeah i would agree that i would agree with that sure my husband didn't watch it but it's hard to get him to watch anything so i didn't either yeah well speaking of husbands i think the next show also a definitely appeal to men and husbands and that's daredevil this is part of the marble netflix universe which i love we all know anybody who who listens knows i just talked about jessica jones earlier just cajones is actually like a spin off of daredevil daredevil was the original the very first marvel net flicks series there are three seasons each with thirteen episodes and there are about fifty ish minutes and it has been canceled it's done and i think it wrapped up very again very well very satisfying ending overall the three seasons were almost equal in my eyes they were all very well done very satisfying and again the the number one thing with these shows is that you have a good villain with jessica jones her bill in in the first season kill grave was just incredible the villain daredevil is a criminal named wilson fisk and he's not really a mob boss but you kinda get that feeling this show stars charlie cox deborah and wall and elden henson so not names that we really know from anything else but all very good especially daredevil matt murdock himself charlie cox so the first season sees lawyer matt murdock using his his heightened senses to fight crime at night on the streets of new york city's hell's kitchen neighborhood now he got his heightened senses from being blinded as a young boy in an accident and he's got like kick ass martial arts skills and it's just fantastic like he can hear and everything's heightened he's kind of a superhero but also kind of a regular guy so that's what's really cool i think he's very relatable he undercovers a conspiracy of the criminal underworld led by wilson fisk and eventually as the seasons progress he has to make a decision whether he's going to hide from the world and be a criminal lawyer or embrace his life as a hero vigilante because he realizes he cannot do both i'm guessing he goes for vigilante i'm not gonna i'm not gonna say because well it's it's cancelled so they might have done a nice tidy they didn't they you did a nice ending but it's it's not i'm not gonna speak to that so what we have next so next is one that shannon and i know quite well and that is black mirror and i'll tell you why i mentioned earlier we do a podcast where we cover this show episode by episode so this is actually a british science fiction anthology television series created by charlie brooker which primarily focuses on humanity's relationship nations ship to technology and its consequences so this one has a bit of a complicated passed it was originally released december fourth twenty eleven and that was on bbc ran for two seasons and because it's british they have weird seasons so it ran the first season was twenty seven the second season was twenty thirteen gene and the net flicks picked it up an order three additional seasons so we're currently on season five we just actually concluded did all three episodes they're only three episodes for season five and the episode numbers and lengths vary by season so like for season five we had a movie a choose your own adventure movie called bender snatch and then we have three episodes but season four i think was like seven NS odes or six episodes so it's really really variable and i can't even give you cast because every episode is a standalone alone story that's why it's it's fun to watch you can come in at any time and that's why on our podcast we pick episodes that were interested in talking about but it may not necessarily surly being order they do get some pretty heavy hitters on the show and i want to mention some of the alumni that have been on the show daniel qaluwa who you might not know his name but he was in get out route and jodie whittaker the latest doctor who hayley atwell whose agent carter domino gleason who was the bad guy in star wars i don't know oh his name he's been in a bunch of stuff jon hamm bryce dallas howard latisha right who played cherie in black panther panther anthony mackie from the avengers toe for grace and most recently miley cyrus so a lot of big name stars so if all those people i want to be on that show then you know it's good it it is it is it's one of our favorites as fair said and rolling into our next ext fan favourite i feel like russian doll is a little bit almost a little bit like black mirror you know it's kind of a mind bender doesn't really deal with technology but but it deals with the unusual something unusual that's happening on show for sure yeah and i would say if there are any two shows on netflix that you guys haven't watched yet out of all these were mentioning russian doll dead to me you should just get on turner TV on right now and watch him again this is only like dead to me it's one season eight episodes thirty minutes each it's long movie and can i just say before you dive into russian doll it is a weird show and probably the first two episodes you're going to be going like w t f right right and i think it's when you episode three that you're like oh yeah and i actually love those kind of shows i love shows that slowly unravel and you're not really sure what's how'd you have to have the patience for it you have to that's why it helps to have someone saying and trust me stay right yes yes that was like umbrella academy i was like i don't know about the same and he say stay right yeah right so the one and only season of russian doll just came out this year february i twenty nineteen and it follows a woman named nadia who is natasha leone was in orange orange is the new black that we just talked about not is on a journey as the guest of honor at seemingly inescapable birthday party in new york city k- sounds weird already right she is repeatedly and reawakens at the same exact moment in her birthday party in the bathroom at her birthday party and she tries to figure out what's happening to her as as the series goes on it's very clever clever very good writing unique very unique show and i think that's pretty rare these days but i i just wanna say because if you're like me you might have i heard that and said oh so it's like groundhog day or no same concept that's been i'm glad you meant over done over it's not it is i mean from that standpoint her reliving things and trying to get get out of that moment yes but it goes in this totally unforeseen direction that is really difficult to explain but there's definitely a really good payoff at the end so yeah we highly recommend that and that's nope that's going to wrap up our recommendations for net flicks which probably had the largest list honestly and and now we're going to switch to hulu oh so hulu is a streaming service that i use and i think most people are familiar with netflix hulu is one where it actually shows a lot of television shows after they've aired on major networks so i don't have cable i don't watch anything on the regular networks but if i want to stay current on let's say like good place which is on NBC then i will usually catch it weekly on hulu after is i think it's like two days after it airs on tv so i'll usually catch that new can subscribed to hulu very cheaply where you have to watch commercials when you're watching shows or you can pay for the premium witches do you don't get any commercials but they have started project to interject for a minute when you talk about the commercials because we have the cheaper commercial version and we've been watching the handmaid's tale which we're gonna talk talk about right now but you know that's a very intense show and my husband and i are watching it and literally five times however many commercials are in the episode every single time the commercial comes on my husband goes fuck me so upset i mean at first when my husband paid for the premium i'm like like what i don't want to pay more ease the purpose but now i'd be like a commercial but yeah i don't mind i liked i actually like commercials i might be one of those weird people i like commercials sometimes that is weird for other shows i like cava chance to get up and go to the bathroom i like to have mental break i do yeah in the pause button's for exactly what my daughters all right so you could just pause it let's let's let's talk about handmaid's tale shannon mentioned earlier i have watched i this is this is on its third season already so it was released i april twenty six two thousand seventeen the first season had ten episodes second season had thirteen episodes in the third season also has thirteen episodes i believe it still in the process assist of the they're releasing an episode every week and so that's where we are right now and i think it set to conclude at the end of july for season three and this is a show oh i in preparation for this show i actually read the book so it's based on the bestselling novel by margaret atwood and it is a show show that set in gilead which is a totalitarian society in what used to be part of the united states so gilead is ruled by fundamentalist regime team that i mean you could say it's a fundamentalist christian regime that treats women as property of the state it's faced with variety of disasters environmental disasters which has in turn caused a plummeting birthrate their problems with women and fertility and so in a desperate attempt to repopulate the devastated world world they do test women for fruit fertility and they basically force them into sexual servitude and one of these women this is what the show is is based around off red which is of fred fred is her master so.

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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

15:10 min | 3 years ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"Thirteen and this show ran for six seasons. It is over and done with ended in November of twenty eighteen each season had thirteen episodes, and you can speculate that the reason that it is over and done with is because the star of the show was Kevin Spacey, who was subsequently fired from the show in November twenty seventeen after accusations of sexual misconduct, just Teske. Yes. So he plays the majority house, whip Francis Underwood better known as Frank Underwood. And it's this long political journey s he exacts his revenge on those he feels wronged him and you see. Of his rise to power, and prestige in Washington DC alongside his equally manipulative, yet ambiguous wife, Claire. And they kind of climb the ladder and why I love the shows I've always been sort of fascinated by politics, and this portrays, Washington A, so dirty, and manipulative. Yeah. And I'm watching it going up at this is pretty accurate. I mean I just I just feel like it is fun. Fact. This is actually based on a BBC series of the same name, which was about a parliament. And so this is basically an Americanized version of it, and fun fact. They film a lot of it or did film a lot of it in Baltimore near where I live, also I'm looking at the cast here. Some. Oh, right. Yes. So big names that have been yes, sorted out. In addition to Kevin Spacey. Robin Wright, played Claire Underwood. Mma Herschel Ali, who just won an Oscar for what was that would green. You watched it green. Okay. Okay. I didn't know the name. I didn't. Yeah, I am. I didn't. Okay. Kate Mara, Neve Campbell, Rachel Brosnahan who will talk about in minutes. She was in this. Okay. I've only seen I think when we first started this podcast, each gave each other a little like challenge to watch something that the person loved, and it's interesting I realize now that neither one of us have completely finished the challenge. The other one gave because you watched a lot of the Walking Dead more than I watched house of cards. But that was the challenge you gave me. I watched, I think two seasons of house of cards. And I kind of feel very similar to what you just said. Like there's just a lot of competition. I I liked it. Yeah. I enjoyed it. I thought it was very good. But it's it hasn't been something that I've been compelled to, to continue exactly other shows out there, so well, the next show is one, you absolutely will wanna finish watching. It's. Yes. Dead to me. And again, these are all on Netflix were still on Netflix. This just premiered may third twenty nineteen and tons of buzz on social media about this show stars, Christina, Applegate, Linda Cartolini, and James Marsden. There's one season only obviously just came out ten episodes, thirty minutes. It's like a movie. You get bang that out in one. I did on an airplane. I loved it. Yup. Yup. It was so good. It has been renewed for season two but I mean I'm expecting that it'd be like another year before we see that probably. Yeah. So dead to me is about a strong friendship that develops between gen a tightly wound widow and real estate agent, and Judy a free spirit with a shocking secret and I really do drug alling. Yeah, I'm struggling with how to explain this show without giving anything away because it's one of those shows, there's so many twists and turns that you don't expect and it's, it's a beautiful. I think it's a beautiful show is how I can explain it. It's beautiful. It is an one thing. I liked about it is in the very first episode, they revealed something very shocking that I feel like most other shows that are not as cleverly written would have held off on that secret until until later in the season. But the fact that they introduced it straight up just created this ten dynamic. Right. Right. Exactly. Such won't show and, and Christina Applegate. I mean, the acting was great and all of this, but Christina Applegate, specifically blew me away. So very good show. I would say this is this is for chicks or couples, the Fokker men, men would like. I've heard many husbands are enjoying watching this their wives. Yeah. I would agree that I would agree with that. Sure. My husband didn't watch it, but it's hard to get him to watch anything. So I didn't either. Yeah. Well, speaking of husbands, I think the next show, also would definitely appeal to men and husbands. And that's daredevil. This is. As part of the marble net flicks universe. Which I love, we all know anybody who listens knows I just talked about Jessica Jones earlier, just cajones is actually, like a spin off of daredevil daredevil was the original the very first marvel net flicks series. There are three seasons. Each with thirteen episodes and there about fifty ish minutes, and it has been canceled. It's done. And I think it wrapped up very again, very well, very satisfying ending overall the three seasons were almost equal in my eyes. They were all very well done very satisfying. And again, the number one thing with these shows is that you have a good villain with Jessica Jones her billon in the first season kill grave was just incredible. The villain en- daredevil is a criminal named Wilson Fisk. And he's. Not really a mob boss, but you kind of get that feeling this show stars Charlie Cox. Deborah, an wall and Elden Henson, so not names that we really know from anything else. But all very good, especially daredevil Matt Murdock himself, Charlie Cox. So the first season sees lawyer, Matt Murdock using his heightened senses to fight crime at night on the streets of New York City's hell's kitchen neighborhood. Now he got his heightened senses from being blinded as a young boy, in an accident. And he's got like kick ass martial arts skills, and it's just fantastic like he can hear and just everything's heightened, he's kind of a superhero, but also kind of a regular guy. So that's what's really cool. I think he's very relatable. He undercovers a conspiracy of the criminal underworld led by Wilson Fisk, and eventually as the. Progress. He has to make a decision, whether he's going to hide from the world and be a criminal lawyer or embrace his life, as a hero vigilante, because he realizes he cannot do both. I'm guessing he goes for vigilant. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna say, because well it's, it's cancelled so they might have done a nice tidy. They didn't. They did a nice ending. But it's, it's not I'm not I'm not gonna speak to that. So what do we have next? So next is one that Shannon, and I know quite well, and that is black mirror, and I'll tell you, why I mentioned earlier. We do a podcast where we cover this show episode by episode. So this is actually a British science fiction anthology television series created by Charlie Brooker, which primarily focuses on humanity's relationship to technology and its consequences. So this one has a bit of a complicated passed. It was originally released December fourth twenty eleven and that was on BBC and it ran for two seasons. And because it's British they have weird season. So it ran the first season was twenty seven the second season was twenty thirteen and the net flicks picked it up an order three additional seasons. So we're currently on season, five. We just actually concluded all three episodes. They're only three episodes for season. Five. And the episode numbers and lengths vary by season. So like for season five, we had a movie, a choose your own adventure. Movie called Bander snatch. And then we have three episodes, but season four I think, was like seven episodes or six episodes. So it's really, really variable. And I can't even give you cast because every episode is a standalone story. That's why it's it's fun to watch. You can come in at anytime, and that's why on our podcast. We pick episodes that were interested in talking about, but it may not necessarily be an order. They do get some pretty heavy hitters on the show, though. And I want to mention some of the alumni that have been on the show, Daniel Qaluwa who you might not know his name, but he was in get out and Jodie Whittaker. The latest doctor who Hayley Atwell whose agent Carter domino Gleason, who was the bad guy in Star Wars. I don't know his name. He's been in a bunch of stuff Jon Hamm Bryce Dallas. Howard Latisha, right. Who played? Cherie in Black Panther by panther yet. Yeah. Anthony Mackie from the avengers toe for grace and most recently Miley, Cyrus. So a lot of big name star. So if all those people want to be on that show than you know, it's good. It it is it is. It's one of our favorites as famous said and rolling into our next fan favorite. I feel like Russian doll is a little bit almost a little bit like black mirror. You know, it's kind of a mind bender kind of doesn't really deal with technology, but it deals with the unusual something unusual, that's happening on show for sure. Yeah. And I would say if there are any two shows on Netflix, that you guys haven't watched yet out of all these were mentioning Russian doll and dead. To me, you should just get on to new TV on right now and watch him again. This is only. Like dead to me. It's one season eight episodes thirty minutes. Each. It's Livy and can I say before you dive into Russian doll. It is a weird show and probably the first two episodes. You're going to be going like w t f right? Right. And I think it's when you get to episode three that you're like, oh, yeah. And I actually love those kind of shows, I love shows that slowly unravel, and you're not really sure what's how'd you have to have the patience for it? You have to. That's why it helps to have someone saying trust me. Stay right. Yes. Yes. That was like umbrella academy. I was like, I don't know about this, same. But he say stay right? Yeah. Right. So the one and only season of Russian doll just came out this year, February I twenty nineteen and if follows a woman named Nadia who is Natasha Leone was in orange. The new orange is the new black, that we just talked about not is on a journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable birthday party. In New York City. K- sounds weird already right? She dies repeatedly and reawakens at the same exact moment in her birthday party in the bathroom at her birthday party. And she tries to figure out what's happening to her as as the series goes on. It's very clever. Very good writing a unique Severi unique show, and I think that's pretty rare these days. But I just want to say because if you're like me, you might have heard that and said, oh, so it's like groundhog day or no. Same Bronx up that's been glad you meant over done over. It's not it is. I mean from that standpoint her reliving things, and trying to get get out of that moment. Yes, but it goes in this, totally unforeseen direction that is really difficult to explain, but there's definitely a really good payoff at the end. So yeah, we highly recommend that, and that's gonna. That's going to wrap up our recommendations for net flicks which probably had the largest list, honestly. And, and now we're going to switch to Hulu. So Hulu is a streaming service that I use, and I think most people are familiar with Netflix, Hulu is one where it actually shows a lot of television shows after they've aired on major networks. So I don't have cable. I don't watch anything on the regular networks. But if I want to stay current on, let's say, like good place, which is on NBC, then I will usually catch it weekly on Hulu after is. I think it's on there like two days after it airs on TV so I'll usually catch that new can subscribe to Hulu very cheaply where you have to watch commercials when you're watching shows or you can pay for the premium which is what I do. You don't get any commercials, but they have started Jack, I've to interject for a minute. When you talk about commercials because we have the cheaper commercial of urgen, and we've been watching the Handmaid's tale, which we're gonna talk. About right now. But you know that's a very intense show. My husband and I are watching it and literally five times. However many commercials are in the episode every single time the commercial comes on my husband goes what the fuck. I saw upset. I mean at first when my husband paid for the premium, I'm like, what I don't wanna pay more that east the purpose. But now, I'd be like a commercial, but yeah, I don't mind I like an actually like commercials. I might be one of those weird people. I, I liked commercials. Sometimes that is weird for other shows, I like to have a chance to get up and go to the bathroom. I like to have mental break. I do. Yeah. That's what the pause. But in spore exactly what my daughters. All right. So you could just pause it. Let's, let's talk about him aids tail Shannon mentioned it earlier, I have watched. I this is this is on its. Third season already. So it was released April twenty six twenty seventeen the first season had ten episodes second season had thirteen episodes in the third season. Also has thirteen episodes. I believe it still in the process of releasing an episode every week. And so that's where we are right now. And I think it's set to conclude at the end of July for season three and this is a show in preparation for this show. I actually read the book, so it's based on the bestselling novel by Margaret Atwood, and it is a show that set in Gilead, which is a totalitarian society in what used to be part of the United States. So Gilead is ruled by fundamentalist regime that I mean you could say it's a fundamentalist Christian regime that treats women as property of the state. It's faced with variety of disasters environmental disasters, which has in turn caused a plummeting birthrate their problems with women and fertility. And so. So in a desperate attempt to repopulate the devastated world, they do test women for fruit for Tilleke and they basically force them into sexual servitude. And one of these women, this is what the show is, is based around off red, which is of Fred. Fred is hurt master..

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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:50 min | 3 years ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Forty three AM Tony pays back with you all the way to five forty. Jerry with our. Let's go to Ben queens. Ben how're ya Lawrence. Tony. I for your information loss has a couple of folks that were under production team of the help. That's running it. So I take dispensing knows who's behind the film, and and all of that. So she's comfortable with them. And it's not often you get to see black women in these roles. No, I will go see that. It'd be definitely during the day. The super moon. No, no, not at all. Scary as hell say. I saw I saw off a Twitter while I was I was in the theater getting ready for another movie. And I'm like, this is strange what the wo- did not see that coming up. So as a superhero slash Hora. Geek, I I will be checking this out a good, you know. Paul heads out there. Your week disappear time. Okay. Enjoy it up. Hey, hey screen training is where everybody's thoughts are totally positive swagger. So telling you got the swagger ninety one nothing, but you got swagger. Hey, you just after a long Jerry season of watch. It awful sports. I'm just talking with some of the baseball by hearts that that that I know basketball football who watches hockey baseball time, you know, like time enjoy. Yeah. I comes around. Here. We go. Yes. Gets injured first and see how long they're going to be out. And who has a backup guy, you know? I told my dad don't even talk about injuries. Don't even put that into the universe right now. The Mets are hero and zero Lynnwood that goal if that go with that feeling. Toner. I believe the ratings went up. After the crash during. I thought I was like it's taking forty people think the end the football games. Take a long time to finish on the end the basketball games. The last ten laps Daytona forty five minutes to finish. Daytona you'll get around the lab in about a minute. A minute. Sorry. I would say and I'm I'm being conservative saying that literally literally for a for a fourteen minute race. The last to let it cook forty minutes. People just like seeing crashes. And finally told I'll leave with this. We talked about it. Saint John's pulled it out. For a while there. I was scared out of my mind like really really they didn't show up against from filling over again. Oh, I'll tell you one thing that garden sounded like when the Knicks were in the finals back twenty years ago place with rocking. I've heard that. I haven't heard that in a long time in the garden when punch I believe three to get them within five Villanova. I swear it sounded just like the Larry Johnson four point play on the radio. I I was like holy crap. Going much. Yeah, I'm Bill in front of, you know, it wasn't a, you know, what do you call it Richter scale didn't register because as a doormat building for a long time. But it just goes to show how starved the New York fan has been for for moments like this. You know, this is a big moment city, and Saint Johns Saint John's could get into the tournament and provide a few moments like that it helps the program for not just next year. But three five years down the line. 'cause kids are watching kick are impressionable, and they'll be sitting at home. In queens, Manhattan, Staten Island. Brooklyn Bronx like I can make my fans through that. For me every night. Yeah. Thanks for the time. And enjoy it was a good game. I watched the last eight minutes I was out on Sunday. But I watched the last eight minutes a replay yesterday, and I was just rocking. And I haven't heard the garden out loud in ages. Let's go to John in massapequa. John you're on the fan. Hey, how's it going? Tony first time. Caller, welcome. Boy, man. How are you? I'm good. I just wanted to talk about the metro quick. I before again, my main point, what do you think about them? How'd you feel about them? Not even going after Bryce or Manny. I didn't like it at all. Because even if you know, it's going to cost a lot. It doesn't hurt to talk to him. Don't hurt at all, you know. Because like I said earlier tonight. You talked to bars. Let's just use Harper for for an example. If you say, listen, if you don't get that ten year deal and you're looking for one year deal. Gimme call see we could work something out. At least you got the lines of communication open. And you know, maybe something happens. But if not at least you're talking to the guy not to not talk. I mean, what's the, you know, you you've got to be engaged with these with these guys, even if it's they're coming at you with a ten year three eighty like the rumors are now if they did that with the Mexican they're going to back out of that. But then you say, okay, look, we like I said one year deal, we're interested and down the road. I know you've got this in this guy. They're gonna be free agents. We really liked him. We'd like to talk to you about them down. That's that's common sense. But to say, I'm not going to get involved. Not you don't even wanna talk to the guys. All right. I agree. I agree with you there. All right. I want to talk about the Fs right now. Because I feel like the Mets let's say in two thousand and six they they kinda secured the Fs there. Even though they didn't make it they make it the World Series. They kind of security as with Carlos Delgado. They would TRAN etc. This year they saw lower they signed Romo. So we we've had d'arno behind the back for what five years now. We don't know if he's going to stay healthy for twenty games. We don't even know. So they secured the is. I just wanna know how anybody can say they haven't secured the instance here, we have a great pitch young pitching staff. They have a they secured the S and the lineup. They even tried to die like the key on trade. I like the JD trae because it's courteous and the backups. So what do you think about that? I think what they still got this. You know? No. Well wrong. If Ramos stays healthy behind the plate. You could hope he can we don't know who's playing. I just yet. We know who's playing second. We know playing short third is still up in the air left field is up in near if McNeil doesn't hit. Then what Tibo? I think I'm going to have a good year. I used to be I think mean all star again. But it's the same. You know, th they don't have enough they need they need almost. Everybody has a career. Yeah. Like rosario? He's gotta be that guy that hit hitting two eighty. He's got it can't be hovering around two thirty or something like that. Let's go to Dwight and Asbury park ain't Dwight. Yes. You had a caller earlier talked about the the black actor playing Batman after that. They mentioned was dining Daniel Qaluwa. He was in the film the Black Panther. Oh, get out that guy. Yeah. I work that could work. Yeah. We're asking you about James, Dolan and Donnie Walsh. How come they could never got never got along. Oh, yeah. I take acting Dolan was still in his, you know, he knows more than everybody faith, I guess back then and and. I mean, I think if they left Walsh alone that the team would have been a lot better shape. They probably wouldn't have made. Maybe they've got Carmelo in the off season inside the free agents that are you know, trading way, I asked us to get him. And you got no team wall's going in the right direction. Made that playoff run and camello was leaning away. Yeah. I mean, you got to trust the people you hire to do the right thing and ever since then, you know, let's let's face it. When he brought Jackson. Everybody was all on board. This is gonna be great. And then it falls apart. You realize what he never really did put a team together. He just coasted. I I remember that story you told me about Jackie Robinson meeting him. What did you think of them the movie they made about him that was done six years ago? Was good. I enjoyed it. I mean, it was it was okay. Some of the also they left out the young woman the daughter of Fritz often Mula she says her father never tried to hit Robinson. There was another guy that Roberson didn't like dining Sal Magli pitch for the giants. He was the one. They said they try to hit Robinson. Yeah. I mean, there's a lot of things in the movie, you know, if you if you read the books, and and do some research how come this wasn't in there. Why is that? And you know, they always embellish stuff in the movies that they make it a little more. Exciting or or controversial? And really was. But you know, you're trying to you know, it's different. You put it in the book is one thing you you put it in movies. Maybe we have to make it a little bit better because it's the movies. Everybody wants to you know. Be shocked or what have you had it? You know, if something bad happened, you're gonna make it worse. Let's go to Brad Middletown. Brad you're on the fan. Hey, buddy. How are you? All right. What's going on? Listen. I'm I'm happy. After Harper Machado go that would upset that whole that was upset everything maybe harbor. That would have made a big difference. Although lefty, bats out there that could be had like scooter Janette like Eric. You know, they can get one of those guys and they'll Songkhla dig gambling much on Greg. I. Gaveled the deal with Greg bird also known as Nick Johnson. I don't care if the potential their bottom line is entering had the full season been there. There's just too much to gamble on. Well, you know, I still like them. The problem is asking Ricky Ricardo over the weekend. If birds struggles during the spring and void spring struggles during the spring who's the first baseman. Yeah. That's true by Greg bird. Doesn't get hurt. I our give great Bernau white, but not that much of an edge. Right. But listen, I don't know I'm asking you about. Now, the James Dolan has all over the place that he wants to sell the Knicks. I think he's asked him Feist is three to four billion dollars. I was five. That's what it's worth. Now can owners own teams in different sports. Because big juicy the steinbrenners by the Knicks. No, I think they're happy with what they have. I don't think they do that about. See I keep saying he's going to sell the Knicks. First of all, why would you know what it's worth it could be worth up to five billion dollars. Why would you even entertain anything right now when you could get the number one pick, you could get Durant? You could get a Kyrie Irving that just boost the price. And if you don't if anal things don't happen thing is still worth five billion dollars worth five billion dollars. Because there was a history where guard. Yeah, come on. Not a history is it's it's it's the building its New York media capital of the world. Someone said the other day. How did how did how did the position has become a star in New York? Come back and reset the program right after this. Not to brag. But Buffalo Wild Wings is the official.

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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

08:27 min | 3 years ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on FanBros

"You are now listening to for all nurture a podcast about geek. And pop culture from the perspective of people of color for all nerves is hosted by DJ, Ben. I mean, Tatyana king Jones, and Jeff J our show is edited and produced by Ben I mean, and for all nurture is a member of the Laos because network where we always say recipe, so our founder combat Jack for all nurture was powered by listeners. Everything we do from our podcasts live events. Our website are all independently funded please continue to support us. Do our patriotic page at patriotair dot com slash for all nerds rogue. The sooner. What? Episode of the four. Show, and it is is the loud tonight Tatyana king. Jones also known as store explorer Miller. Shea fever def jam vendetta. Hello, kitty, Pryde, Carello chill and Edward Scissorhands. And I am joined by what what what it is Jeff aka brainiac. Five wrecks the kid. Seven nine nine problems miles. Morales sets the wizard of Oz core Jason memos and I am in Russia. Fierce guy. Just I'm trying to think which was my favorite drink related ones. As most or run punch, man. I damn I forgot Rome. Toby why had a whole ass illustration for you notes were all Mr.. Me. But I did the malls says he gave me that one. Yeah. Bungee of riches. Yes. Lots of riches. But as richest another reason because it's black. Black history. Riches, mahogany, which is what's the bike thing. You've done all month. Damis only been what for as you. Gotta get started. I was on midnight was the blackest thing I've done so far used the last bit of cocoa butter. You know, when you have to beg it out. Well, you have to take off the top begging. Oh, you have a circle your hand that by Vitit? I kinda similar took the top off. The lotion is continuously trying to get that pop in a friend of mine told me he was gonna put plastic on his couch. This mother stuff happening some new school some star. There's a lot. Yes. But happy history month a lot has already occurred. Maybe not to the most positive stuff that has happened. So I I'm feeling a little like taking a because I'm just like supposed to be a celebration as mother, and it's just like the worst keeps celebration of shoot much. Yes. Some wash it. But I mean, there's some good shit too. You know, that says speaking of blackness, I have a question for you. Jeff an answer for you. I don't know if you do have an answer. So there's been this thing making the rounds on Twitter and last Cup last week really about Batman. And as you know, it was supposed to be the most recent or upcoming Batman, whatever decided to come out to be played by bat flick Ben Affleck, but you know, he he left for personal reasons. And now the cowl the mantle is open. There's been some talk with some people saying, oh, well, why don't you have a black person? Be batman. They actually named Daniel Qaluwa as a potential candidate for that. Black men. Black men don't you didn't have to do that. None on on on on. Chew blackman. That was a necessary. Oh god. But yeah. But because of that actually got the creative juices going for a few people to Mel Bouli who's a well known writer. He actually got this. I don't know twenty tweet thread on about how he would make it work. And there was a lot of talk about a slightly to the back story. Because as we know, Bruce, Wayne's typical. White bread white man really rich comes from money all that stuff. So they're inherently you have to change that story. Do you do well on the other side of things people are saying that why do you make Batman white Batman black just do a new character? Forget that let him be white 'cause he was always widely him BYA. What is your take on it? So I used to be in the camp that bond could it be black, and it wasn't until my friend good friend of mine who's actor. We were having a back and forth where I said, there's no way JAMES BOND can be black. It makes no sense eagles why? Because he'd been why? Right. He's like he's like there's nothing about his race that makes bond bond grid. Right. So why is it that you feel like there couldn't be a black Monty's double o seven? He's an agent Haney. Anybody could be an agent bond could heal a woman unless you're talking about JAMES BOND the character JAMES BOND Mela, right Jane bond, I feel like that's a rapper. But it is you're thinking of Janelle Monae. It is there it is so rapidly. And when I tell you you have those enlightening moments in your life where the lights which just turns on. Yeah. And you all of a sudden see from another person's perspective and agree. I agreed with that having said that I don't think batmans race has anything to do with Batman the character other than getting jokes off about being he he's a cop. He's a Republican who just dresses up at night. He doesn't use his money to help the people. He just throws them into an asylum. I mean, it's we're going on if we're going to jettison nuance out of this conversation. Just get Joseph. I will do that. You know, I'm always, but I will say this. I don't think the back story has to be changed. Because why couldn't we imagine a rich black man whose parents get murdered? And he goes through the there's nothing about his process that screams. Bruce, Wayne has to be white unless you want to say like what black people, you know, with Butler's bubble about this dirt, but we had a whole series fresh prince of Bel-Air, right? We had a bunch of them. I don't think his race. What I will say is. I don't know if it should be primer. Batman like this. This part of the like if it was another part of the multi verse because they're doing the whole else worlds or DC world's thing. They can have a the Batman that's on of. In a part of the multi for similar to the prime earth. Where Batman is black. They've done day done. It with superman they've done it with other characters. So I could say that working that into the main working into the main universe similar to what they did with miles Morales. Although it's a little different. But I don't know if it would work on the prime earth. But I don't see any reason to change the actual essence of who. Batman is just because he's black right? Well, the argument is that not necessarily change the entire backstory. Yes, he can still be this wealthy from wealth generational type of leader. But they're good point that has been shared was the fact that because he is black in presumably America with this wealth. They are going to have slight differences in how he's come up. There are going to be slight differences in how he's perceived by the outside world, right? And then you gotta take into it. If you're talking about a Batman story. You're also talking about Bruce Wayne story, so HAMAs. He factor into that situation. Are you would you then place them in the same exact place with way manner

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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Mason in Ireland ESPN LA, I Mason Ireland. That was cool. Bryan, cranston. I still don't know. How you do it? How do you get up for every single show? And then I thought you know, what he's doing eight. We're doing five I guess it's not that big a deal. Well, and I thought that was interesting point he made about about the fact that he gets a different audience every night, right? If they've never seen it before that, you know, Kobe used to say Michael Jordan used to do it too. Is that I was like go into every game thinking that there's somebody in the building that is seeing me for the first time and might never see me again. Yeah, that's true. And I would think if I was doing a play. And I'm a big of, you know, I'm a big Broadway guy. Yeah. Me too. Every time. I go to a show like even when I went to avenue, q which is twenty years old last time, we tastic show, which is basically raunchy puppets. Yup. I thought to myself, you know, what they're doing the same thing every time. But if you're looking at into an audience of people that are paying a lot of money to see it. I would think that'd be incredibly energizing. You did plays. Right. Just a couple when I was younger, and but never really got fully into it. I wanna current now would I would pretty hard on the place there for a while. Yeah. Kind of wish I would I would have. But I gotta get back on the boards. You're gonna you're gonna start acting in plays again at fifty or whatever you are absolute get back on the boards cases. Speaking of of acting. Here's my idea for the Oscars. And I have a feeling this is what they're going to end up doing. Okay, you, and I both agree that no matter who they get they could get the biggest name in the world. They could get a Dell or Oprah. Or Jack Nicholson Denzel no matter who they got. And they could write perfectly in in. You know, put on a show that person's going to get criticized. Right. Yes. That is big of an event for for that. So do it without a host simply of the PA announcer say and presenting the award for best picture, here's Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson, and they walk out do their presentation. Go move onto the next thing. Could that work doing no host Oscar, I think that's probably the favorite right now for how they're going to do it. I would do it a little bit differently. I would say the Oscars should be hosted by the cast of Black Panther. So each each introduction will be done by somebody from Black Panther, whether Chadwick bozeman or lupita Longo, Michael b Jordan or Daniel Qaluwa or Angela Bassett, and you just turn it into because to me that was the. That was the cultural cinematic movie of twenty eighteen did it get nominated for best picture while the Oscar nominations are not yet. But it's definitely get nominated for best picture. And I I'm voting for it for best. Do you do your votes for the sag awards? Yeah. I do. But just for those who don't have Oscar vote. I'm voting for Black Panther for best ensemble. I think it's fantastic movie. All right..

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"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"daniel qaluwa" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Mason in Ireland ESPN LA, I Mason Ireland. That was cool. Bryan, cranston. I still don't know. How you do it? How do you get up for every single show? And then I thought you know, what he's doing eight. We're doing five I guess it's not that big a deal. Well, and I thought that was interesting point he made about about the fact that he gets a different audience every night, right? If they've never seen it before that, you know, Kobe used to say Michael Jordan used to do it too. Is that I was like go into every game thinking that there's somebody in the building that is seeing me for the first time and might never see me again. Yeah, that's true. And I would think if I was doing a play. And I'm a big of, you know, I'm a big Broadway guy. Yeah. Me too. Every time. I go to a show like even when I went to avenue, q which is twenty years old last time, we tastic show, which is basically raunchy puppets. Yup. I thought to myself, you know, what they're doing the same thing every time. But if you're looking at into an audience of people that are paying a lot of money to see it. I would think that'd be incredibly energizing. You did plays. Right. Just a couple when I was younger, and but never really got fully into it. I wanna current now would I would pretty hard on the place there for a while. Yeah. Kind of wish I would I would have. But I gotta get back on the boards. You're gonna you're gonna start acting in plays again at fifty or whatever you are absolute get back on the boards cases. Speaking of of acting. Here's my idea for the Oscars. And I have a feeling this is what they're going to end up doing. Okay, you, and I both agree that no matter who they get they could get the biggest name in the world. They could get a Dell or Oprah. Or Jack Nicholson Denzel no matter who they got. And they could write perfectly in in. You know, put on a show that person's going to get criticized. Right. Yes. That is big of an event for for that. So do it without a host simply of the PA announcer say and presenting the award for best picture, here's Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson, and they walk out do their presentation. Go move onto the next thing. Could that work doing no host Oscar, I think that's probably the favorite right now for how they're going to do it. I would do it a little bit differently. I would say the Oscars should be hosted by the cast of Black Panther. So each each introduction will be done by somebody from Black Panther, whether Chadwick bozeman or lupita Longo, Michael b Jordan or Daniel Qaluwa or Angela Bassett, and you just turn it into because to me that was the. That was the cultural cinematic movie of twenty eighteen did it get nominated for best picture while the Oscar nominations are not yet. But it's definitely get nominated for best picture. And I I'm voting for it for best. Do you do your votes for the sag awards? Yeah. I do. But just for those who don't have Oscar vote. I'm voting for Black Panther for best ensemble. I think it's fantastic movie. All right..

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