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"darren star" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"I think it was the day before election day but it was definitely definitely calculated. Election day was a fantastic day to announce divorce or filed for divorce. It happened three times of that. I saw the of notable one was brooks let and hough finally threw in the towel. I thought they were going to get back together. Me to the tabloids were convinced that they were gonna get back together those to the minute. They were spotted near each other again. They were like oh. These two are reconciling I thought the self. Um erica. Jane from real housewives of beverly hills divorcing her very very old husband. Not i i mean that in like that's like part of the plot line of their relationship if you watch the show began twenty years twenty one years right and Christina an stead who was formerly married to tarraco mussa bad vibes Got remarried to this guy and instead and now they are getting a divorce after two years of being married and that her name is going to go back to stena. We don't even know her to christina hawk which we don't even know we've never known this woman's made a name because she was el moussa was answered at to us in terms of i think what she needs to do. She needs to become an anonymous christina. There's already plenty of christina's but like she's just go for it could just be. Hdtv christina. she's christina on the coast which is like if you watched the show christine. The coast christine on the coast. What does she just changes her. Lasting dot on the coast. Yeah 'cause she's christina on the ghost. Yeah and so. Julian hyphen brooks likes. They really tried to tell us. These two were going to get back together post coronavirus or whatever. They just needed time apart. She was living in l. a. Doing whatever whatever her her breathing exercises and he was living like in their house. And like montana like lugging would around or whatever he does. You know manly stuff. Men are- manly stuff then. They were spotted back together. And they were. And the tablets like they're reconciling they're gonna beatty gathered data. She realized what she that she loved him. But no not the no. No this lime really stuck with me. So when people reported this they got an exclusive interview with an anonymous source classic and it says the most day overnight. I love him. I love him. They were trying to work on things but julianne realized she's happier having freedom brooks tried to give it to her but he also hit his limit. If you read between the lines there that's like some pointed kind of nasty stuff. Like things seem sort of messy the other divorces that we mentioned like christine and aunt just divorced. They were like it's all love. Whatever even erica jane. And what's his name like we grew apart. It's been twenty one years. We're going to move onto different things. this is like. There's something intense here. Maybe her career took off in a different way that she didn't expect when she first got together with him and was like. I wanna do family thing. Maybe this leg oprah connection than the whatever the breathing thing that she's doing cinergy or whatever is like well that's my focus. I'm going to become next level. Dutta i just feel like maybe that happened and he was like sure. Go do your thing and then was like but actually like. I don't have a wife anymore. Like where's my wife in a way. Maybe shnell dude. Then we thought. I don't know anything about him aside from his name and occupation. Hey what what. Everyone's talking about the the queen's gambit and also who's the girl in the queen's gandhi also issued a girl she twelve or is she thirty. I can't i really can't tell Crush crunch same size. According time okay. All by bobby who is the queen. And what is her. Gambit having finished the queen's gambit which honestly starts great and then by the end. you're like get to the gambit. I want to stop watching this. I want to stop watching yet. I want to drag it out as long as possible while queens gam bet you know i want to see all the memes and delay before i dig in. It doesn't sound like this. Caller has watched the queen's gambit. but it's on netflix. By the way another fucking affects our. Yeah the point that they are making about like what ages is. This queen is really funny because throughout the whole show. I had a really hard time. Maybe i'm an idiot. Maybe not looking at the screen when say what year it was but i had a really hard time following like the exact year that i was in and how old on taylor joy was because she looks young. She gets to the orphanage. She's played by a younger actor. Who's playing like an eleven year old but then it shows after a couple of years at the orphanage in the first episode she grows up into being like a thirteen fourteen fifteen year old and then when she adopted when she gets adopted. There's a line where it's like. And how old is the girl. And she's like. Oh i v and then the headmistress has like an she's like thirteen and so it's like okay so she's aged herself down her parents think she's two years younger. What age is she in high school. The timeline a little and then halfway through the show whenever she's like a a world famous chess player. You're like are you eighteen or twenty-one are you twenty five. I have no idea what you are. It seems like it doesn't matter as much as it really matter. I love you taylor joy. I feel like she is one of those vanity fair list up and coming actresses for the past five years. She's been in. She was in the rich the rich the rich the rich which is fantastic and she was also in one of my favorite remakes of this year. Emma period emma period agay emma. The period piece was emma. She was really good in that and she's really interesting looking and i think she has been someone that she's the person that is having the career that everyone said like lily collins would have do you mean like she's the real lily collins. Let's be real. Yeah to naming is that we're like like that makes sense. I mean she has. She has the career that like any sort of like girl wants whenever a magazine tries to convince you that someone is the new it girl but they're not quite like this is. This is the career that they want you to believe that someone has she's like actually on a prestige. Come up. yeah you know. And she's on the netflix show. That's not embarrassing. Like he's not emily in paris. The queen's gambit. It's it's has the same kind of excitement around it but it's actually a good show and she's doing a good job in it nine. Oh well that's why darren star had to change the name because originally he called the show. Emily's gamut right and yeah. That was a really quick elise gambit. So the queen's gambit is a who to me because it is as show and as a chestnut it's also based on a novel that was published in the eighties. I would call the novel like a prestige shoe but yet the chess move itself. I would call the chess. Move them in chess athletics. A chess moves them. But it's a real world. I looked up the queen's gambit and it's like confusing because i don't play chess. This is from the chess website. Which is the chess. Website dot com. Thank it says. The queen's gambit is probably the most popular gambit which saw is true although most gambits are set to be unsound against perfect play. The queens campus is to be the exception. The except the objective of the queen's gambit is to temporarily sacrifice upon to gain control of the center of the board. Okay okay see. None of that helps me queen though you know what i don't know i don't know so. You haven't watched the queen's gambit. Yeah have is it like sexy chess like is that what we're talking it's like it starts as one thing and then it's like no it. It might have been the whereas its welcome like by the end of it. You're like okay. Whatever but yet sexy chest. Because she's like she becomes an addict and the orphanage a dicta- tranquilizers and so when she is on alcohol and her she can like zone out and really get good at chess and then she looks at the ceiling and then plays chess on the ceiling. Which is why you saw that atom mussa tweet about just on the ceiling instead of mirror on the ceiling elite. Get that i get that but you that on a denying. It's when she gets stone gets dead then. She looks up at the ceiling and then she plays chess on the ceiling because her trang keys are like.
"darren star" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Aired on HBO 1998 to 2000 for at that time, and it feels so normal now, But at that time, the show did something really new and unexpected. For TV. It was about women who were fiercely independent, career driven. Out spoken kind of treated men like objects. If you remember the opening credits, Carrie Bradshaw, popular Sex and Relationship columnist struts down a busy New York street. She's wearing a white tutu. She's looking glamorous and fashionable. Until a bus rolls by and soaks her in puddle water, and that bus has an ad on the side, featuring Carry herself, you know, Right? And then at that 0.4 words pop up. Created by Darren Star, and by the time Daryn created sex in the city, he already had hit shows like Beverly Hills. No, no to a No and Melrose Place, And now Darren has a new show on Netflix. It's called Emily in Paris. It's become this massive hit its all about an American expat trying to make it in the city of light. So what does Darren star no toe have that many hit shows? Here's my conversation. With Darren Star. Welcome to the show. It feels like a bit of a risk to play that sex and the city theme song for you. I'm not gonna lie to you. I love it. I love that I heard a story that you used to Drive around, Lay with that song, playing to try and get people to block the show. Is that right? Yeah, I just thought Wanted to see if anybody recognize because at the beginning of the first season Of a sexist idiot. I felt like people were finding it yet. You know, people weren't coming to HBO Go watch TV series, and it took just a little a little while or to kind of really Get traction in cash fire. So I was thinking when I When I woke up this morning, and I checked Twitter, which I do self destructively I was I saw mean so many people I knew especially in arts and media tweeting about Emily in Paris and I thought to myself. Is that the modern day equivalent of driving around with the song playing, you know? Yeah, I guess so. I'm not a big Twitter fanatic. I'm pretty much off of Twitter is kind of a woman for me the whole Twitter thing, But I do feel like the word of mouth on everything goes out goes out, like in such a different way so much faster. And virally than it did back Then I had to sort of like, knock on people's doors and say, Hey, will you watch the show? So I'm excited to kind of go through some of your famous shows today, and I want to talk a little bit about Emily in Paris. But first I do want to look at sex in the city. When you first brought the show to HBO. Did you have any idea how groundbreaking it would become? Well, I thought it was groundbreaking. And that was the point of it for me was to do a show about sexual relationships from a female point of view. That was frank and honest and uncensored, and I thought of it as an independent film for television. I wanted it to have this sort of like Frank R rated content talk about I wanted to create write an adult show. That wasn't where we didn't have to sort of Pull back about about how he wanted to depict. Situations, relationships and on network television. You just couldn't do that. I mean up until HBO. You're basically working in this sort of states censored environment, doing writing anything for television. And so you were always kind of creating this sort of like, you know, anti septic reality, and it would get, you know, And you know, it would move a little bit. You could say this, but you can say that. And so I just thought, you know, I just want to do a show where I don't have to think of any that were also this show is going to be You have this sort of really felt like this is incredibly open playing field because no one would have the opportunity to do that before. It sounds like you saw. An opportunity for audiences that, like audiences were probably getting sophisticated. Audiences were probably having conversations that weren't being reflected on network TV. Absolutely felt like those were conversations that when I was growing up there were reflected in movies. R rated films like You Know, Shampoo and Woody Allen movies. They're so many movies that were adult in nature and content that you couldn't see on television. And I felt like those movies also working made in the same way that they used today. So the material just you know, it just wasn't it wasn't there And any time you go into a show Creator show you can't anticipate with the reaction is going to be But in this case I wasn't like imagining that that is showing HBO would reach a big audience to become, you know a big hint like sex in the city. And it didn't matter to me because I sort of had those commercials and I kind of wanted to do something that was more personal. It's funny that you say you never know how these shows are gonna land with an audience. Because look at how sex and the city did land even just this, for example, like you still to this day. I mean, almost two decades later hear people say like, Oh, well, I'm a Samantha. And like, Oh, you're such a Charlotte. I mean, like My guess is even people who haven't seen the show. Sort of have a shorthand for what That means. On the way in. Our producers asked me to do the quiz and I I did the quiz. How are you? I'm a Miranda. Okay. Is that Yeah, that feels all right. I don't know you. I don't know. I don't think anybody's one really anyone's just one. You know, I did sort of creating this guy wanted to kind of create. These four are Archetypes in terms of thes characters because I wanted them to have discussions about things and different points of view and start to be able to represent different points of view because I wanted every episode to revolve around a question that Carrie was exploring sort of friends. It actually would have different points of view on whatever that question she was exploring in that particular episode, Waas so at the end of the serious and I think we can spoil things now carry ends up with with Mr Big and the costume controversy, because I mean, they're essentially if there's no such thing is how do you feel about the way the show ended? You know, I feel like the show ended in a in a way that really, really pleased the audience. Eventually, people do want there. Happy ending. I think the show's started as a bit more of a cost to kind of so and I think as it evolves, I think the audience really I think they just really did want Carrie to be Happy. I want to go back a little bit further into your cannon here, too. The Darren Star Cannon to Melrose Place, which ran during the nineties and in many ways, just as groundbreaking as sex in the city, and I want to talk in particular about Matt Fielding, who was a social worker and openly gay on the show. But mats plot lines should be clear about this wasn't about his sexuality. As a gay man yourself like why was that so important to you Do not have that be the focus. I mean, I wanted to have a character that you can't show about people living in a courtyard building was Holli would not have you know a gay character on the show, so and I wanted to get character where it wasn't about his issues of Being gay. But that was like she wasn't having issues being gay, because at that time, it's like it wasn't and you know what the issue was. The gate issues are what a game in the issues a gay man would struggle with. Relationships, AIDS, you know, and that's what I wanted his issues to be, But they were..
"darren star" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Times call for desperate measures. But it wasn't planned. Hey but who note? Anyway. Yeah. Big Muscle tough to them even though clearly there's no muzzle of Bob. that that was like a church thing and Wilson mets fans we will So that was that was very exciting Alamo gas also. Absolutely but I'll take a mets fan over anonymous band like I said I like Bernie madoff more than my roommate being. The worst met fans still better than best Yankee. The. what's it called the Yeah I will have to say I I was watching I watched a real time with Bill Maher and he talked to you you're GONNA say the wedding, no John Leguizamo. who kind of had like? Lakers I. I I Don't think Osama bin Sorta indifferent to him throughout his career, but he was wearing a mets hat immediately. Oh, I love him. Oh. Yeah. I love like, yeah. That's that is true. with but I don't feel the same way with jets fans because I. It's more like idiots. Yeah and jets like their automatic good list. They could. They could like famously Billy Kristall who is a lifelong Yankees Fan in the movie city slickers wanted his character to be likable. So wore mets hat in that movie. yes. No there are no likeable Yankee. Fan I would agree with that. Okay all right Jordan cash. Akiva yes. What else is in the mailbox seeds navy? Yeah really the Kayla assange has been happening Yeah This is from Hannah her we like the is the Darren Star cast or Darren Star shows Darren Star shows that I know of sex in the city, but what else right Darren Star worked on? Okay. So would give us a chance to talk about sex in the city and also she thinks it'd be fun to hear it takes on his shows younger, which is I think maybe a new I have no on to talk about sex in the city on his podcast and you've been very resistant. What it was I believe the data fishbowl at one point. Yeah we put back in my call. And the new Netflix show emily in Paris, which is I think making a lot of ways for help had it So should what if we watch watch sections of the animal in Paris? Do you think those are two separate episodes I don't think that emily in Paris deserves like feeling I feel like you're sort of. Blunting the impact of a potential sex in the city season three episode seven by combined with Emily and parents I want to say something. I. I don't know why the city ever got booted I. Don't think I booted it I. Think the fans booted I could be wrong. Thing I. Want to blame the listeners I I do think that maybe I wasn't like one hundred percent into it but. I think we. I think we put it back in the in the fishbowl now I think it's a mistake and we should talk about it. Okay. All right. Wow. How about that back in the back in the fish bowl jason is this going to am I. Going to have to Supreme Court is this going to end up on my on my supreme alright you're in you're in the Supreme Court are you are you the? You're not the chief justice, right? Yeah. Okay. With what just happened here I don't I don't remember the the the feds on the show right now we've got to be let me see if I. Have the sex in the city ping pong ball like besides the fishbowl. Oh that'd be great. If you could have, you saved it all these years. No. Not Not there. So all right because I'm making them throwing this this ping pong ball in there. Okay. I'm excited. Yeah. No, we should have. That was a that's an error correcting right now. I feel like it must've left the the ping pong or the fishbowl in some poll. And like people were probably something for it, and now they're going to be furious that they they were. They went through the mental anguish. Well, I think this'll be good reddish threat of what happens here. Yeah honestly remember the the story. The origin story of Wilford America has a pretty encyclopedic knowledge of I. Think you will remember. Okay he he sort of the mice, the Maistre of this. By the way I wanted to say that sex in the city Samantha I think did probably get snubbed from the freaky freak bracket. Yeah. The true that she could have made it. That is good. Well, I. think that you could do a very easy like one for one overlap with the golden girls and sex and the city where without without without what's planche? There's no Samantha you're saying Yeah Blanche's Samantha rose is I I. Know I'm GonNa be. what? I try to remember all the sex in the city characters the one Cynthia Nixon Miranda is Sophia. S, J P is Dorothy. I can't remember. The. Kristin Davis. Character whatever her name is like I. mentioned. I. Feel like this has been pitched on this like I. Feel like. A reboot of the golden girls with the sex in the city cast like I feel like that's been pitched on this very podcast I probably came up in season three episode seven. Golden. Girls. So. Okay. There you go. All right what else uncle TV? Okay. What else do we have from the old? People Start tweeting at me. Yeah. We've been talking title read Yes. One thing that Allie does that shot on the NGO Charlotte Yeah on Ngo g that smart is like if we make a mistake, she goes back and edits it in right then. So like nobody's like you know you're wrong and then two minutes later they they realized that they hear and they realize but it's too late. You already got the tweet I think we if we suspect that we're right that we. Try to fact, check it in the real time. I don't think we've ever had the presence of mind to think about like we don't know where wrong until the episode dry correct that strip so talked, which showed a t to table reads for we'd a bunch of suggestions last week I'm curious Jason has ideas in a in a chat you and I are in someone suggested a friend really like a friend of a friend of mine wrote what they called A. Excellent fan fix nothing fiction but an excellent What's it called when you? When you write the script I show scrapped a SPEC script for Beau Jack Horsemen. And they think it would be funny. So it's an it's an the and they said it's excellent and it's unproductive. Obviously would it be funny if we did a Beau Jack Horsemen. No Okay and ROB said, no. We re. You like the table read idea we really have to read I. Think. It should be like a a Multi Camera Sitcom where only a couple of characters amy, Beau Jack Horsemen is an animated show. There's like. A lot of different sets and scenes I think the table read for an animated show would be particularly difficult to do. Yeah. I hear Ya. Jason. Do. You have any ideas what? What should the table read be about? I think Rob's right that it's it's probably like a Sitcom. But you don't have. I don't have.
"darren star" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"Points of conflict or or fun in those years. Well, I think at that time zone 2005 my daughter off. Twenty-three so she was and she's the oldest of three children so, you know being with her and being around her friends was an education and what it was like back to the 40 something hanging out with or not hanging out with but at least being in the same atmosphere and I was writing for a lot of women's magazines and my editors for the most part were much younger age. So, you know things like, you know obvious things like slang or language, you know musical references, you know, television references all those things are awkward and funny, but I think the famous scene in the book that made it onto television was when Liza gets invited to go to an exercise class with her younger colleagues and they're in the locker room and lives. Of course, just gotten the memo I'm waxing and and one of the characters says it looks like my mother's wage. So, you know things like that that I think you know women who are older once you get out of that whole age group and that whole social world. You don't get the message. You don't find out, you know, what happens on dates and what people expect sexually and you know how revealing they are about their lives their thoughts their relationships wage. And so that's a big adjustment. Yeah. Yeah Now Alta you revisit what happens in younger and there must be a certain autobiographical aspect to that because that's really funny. I mean you you have a story about an older woman who's written something like younger and is now doing the follow-up. So tell us about that. And what was the Genesis for that really the jealous woman that was that I had written another book that I didn't sell and I realized that there was an element in that book which was the character having her life adapted as a TV show dog. That really belonged to the sequel to younger and I suddenly that realization kind of gave me this whole idea for lies and who's a novelist at the end of young the book, you know, of course, she would write a book about her time pretending to be a millennial and of course someone Hilary Duff AK Kelsey would want to make sure that book into a television show. Of course, it is a successful television Vision shows said that whole idea of the show within the book within the show really judging it felt like a very adventurous way to write a sequel that you know, harken back to the original and the characters that have become so beloved from the show off while taking the story to a new and kind of adventurous level for me as a writer. Yeah. So in your in your SQL, she's decided that she's going to Total dead. Or not cuz she's going to move into the real life that's there for her and she's challenged in the things that have to occur for that to happen is if any interests and turning this one into an actual TV series as well. We'll Darren star and Viacom actually own the rights to this. So do they do so when they bought young it included the film and television rights to turn, you know to the characters and the situation so I would love I think it would be a amazing television move the you know, or limited series. I'm not sure I see it as a series series, but I have a fantasy about them, you know, as long as they're shooting the last season why not Thursday for an extra few weeks and and shoot a little movie. So that's you know, that's a fantasy of mine last weekend actually spent the weekend working on a proposal to turn younger into a birth. Musical so that's something that I own the rights to and that I think would be such a natural way to take it in a different direction from the television show off from the book and you know, really that Cinderella Story on stage and of course Sutton Foster who stars in the show is a musical theater a star on Broadway. So that's a great idea. That'd be wonderful music industry. I know I've actually been taking a class in book writing for musical theater and in lyric writing which I had never ever done before and my classmates are literally a third of my age and they all are theater knots and they're wonderful composers and lyricists and I'm like, I see what we're seeing a ducky, you know, I just don't know anything. So I wrote my first song a few weeks ago and the teacher really liked it and I really I haven't felt. Yep. Good about anything and in a long long time. It's wonderful. So tell me just a little technical aside. How did you rise up? Do you have a keyboard there or a guitar or I you know, I just wrote the lyrics. So I just apparently I can do this at least, you know, you write the lyrics and then they're actually we're going to give the lyrics to the composing. I asked and have the composers put the music to it. Although some of my classmates do both and not me as wonderful. I just think I love it. Yeah, you are an expert on the field of aging gracefully because you wrote a couple of non-fiction books on that topic, but just sort of looking at all the facts and what kind of advice would you give to say a woman in her late forties or early fifties who was wanting to just really inhabit her life in a more wholehearted way. What would you say Jose? Yeah, you know in some ways younger is a cheap because Liza deals with ageism by pretending bypassing as someone young so, you know, it is like the old story which we've been reading more about lately of black people, you know, a hundred years ago who dealt with racism by passing as white and the sacrifices, you know, in terms of their soul that they had to make in order to get that benefit. I think a lot this is up against the same thing, you know as much as it's fun and a fairytale, you know in a fantasy world, I think in the end that's it's not a solution not a solution to ageism in society and it's not a solution to restarting your career in life because in older, you know lies. In fact, I don't really have any choice she doesn't want to fake it anymore, but she could have you know, I mean I couldn't have at certainly even at 44 I couldn't have an 8:50. I definitely wage. tab, so in that case there will be ageism it is you know it is there whether it's in your face or not. You just have to accept that and figure out how to be tough around it and that is not easy. I think that's more daunting than maybe the professional piece or making the contacts or whatever just going back into the workforce realizing that nobody wants you there. Yeah. Yeah, if you were already there if you were already. I mean there was so many professional people men and women who are fifty or fifty-five or sixty who are cast aside and marginalized and demote it because of their age so somebody has been out of things for ten or Twenty Years and is trying to get sick again. That is really.
"darren star" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"Insatiable Goddess as I've been saying. Like how Magdalena would say it incisions birds. Do. Speaking of. Insatiable I'm obsessed but so slowly watching because I wanted to run out emily in Paris on Netflix and it's like sweeping. What a feed on this show is it's sweeping the nation as we memorial. Yeah. It's a truly international show. It's an international. Phenomenon crisis. But if people will look back on twenty twenty and say what was worse covert or emily in Paris and we. Still. Haven't watched it right. I haven't watched it on my list. I'm going to start probably watching tonight it's I. Mean it's a half hour. Power. Okay Great. You can't even call it bad because it's just like. The writers on it you know the right like I. I believe the writers know that it's like campy and like ridiculous I think they were just having fun. That's that's why it's fun for me to watch because I know it's like because. There are some great people behind Darren Star our producer and create, and he's written like Darren. Star I think is like a genius and Aaron Star obviously the God himself but he but like you know that it's like they're just you know it's GonNa be a fun frothy. Show with cute outfits and hot guys and Lily Collins wearing literal berets. Does. She just go to she goes to Paris. Okay. Tell me I need. The cures Akron I'm only I'm only in the six episode. So I still have a few more but how many episodes are in season ten? Okay. That's very digestible. Very quick. You can probably finish it like four hours, but I'm taking my time it starts out emily is this girl in Chicago of course Chicago because it's neither New Yorker. La. So it's like Space, that's why lived there after high school I said I don't think I can handle east or West just yet. For. Yeah. Go right to the middle and then decide. It's also synergy where most of the contestants of rock of love seemed to be. Actually bodes well, yeah, it all connects. Emily's works in a marketing firm, a huge marketing firm in Chicago for advertising, and she's social media expert. And she got. A. Very quickly her her superior Kate Walsh whose amazing..
"darren star" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"Me in the coroner. To, my mirror. Have you guys heard about Netflix's new show Emily in Paris starring Willie Collins from Creator Darren Star. The series is a romantic comedy and fish out of water story surrounding emily and ambitious marketing executive who must navigate cultural nuances, office politics and romance in the magical city Paris. Emily unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris on her company acquires a French luxury marketing company, and she is tasked with revamping their social media strategy and least new life in Paris is still with intoxicating and badgers surprising challenges as she juggles winning over her work colleagues making friends. And navigating new romances set in the world of luxury Parisian Marketing Emily in Paris is for every person seeking a feel good romantic comedy full of style complex relationships while finding yourself in a new city part sex in the city part, the Double Wears Prada and mixing younger. Any fans of those are sure to enjoy this aspirational and escapist female lead workplace and Relationship Comedy Alien. This show sounds like incredibly up our alley like literally that's what I was just thinking I'm so to say I, love all of these things sexy Sadie, Delaware's product and younger. And I love Lily. Collins, she's great. We just tell you when I was in I. Guess. Just, senior year of high school I bought this last that Miranda. Wore. The dollar probably like that's how serious about this type of content. So make sure to watch Emily Harris in your Sunglasses Sammy streaming only on net flicks..
"darren star" Discussed on KOMO
"Show If my witness statement on my vision of the future, from New Sir David Attleboro Nature Documentary on Netflix Sunday to a new Siri's from Sex and the city creator Darren Star Emily in Paris on Netflix today to a TV version of the popular podcast song Exploder on Netflix. Basically, there's a lot of stuff on that. Also Saturday, Live returns in studio with host Chris Rock and Jim Carrey's debut, playing former vice President Joe Biden carry also featured in the New Showtime Docuseries at Sunday about the famed comedy store in Hollywood. To Billy Amish out with the video for her James Bond thing. No time to die. The movie is scheduled to be out November 20th Nicki Minaj now among the chart topping rapper gave birth to a baby Wednesday in Los Angeles. Sources close to the singer confirm. It's the first challenge for her and husband, Kenneth Betty and a milestone birthday for Kelly Ripa. Alive with Kelly and Ryan host is 50. Today, Jason Aidan's and ABC News Hollywood Saturday night Live returns this weekend with enough political fodder to last a lifetime. As previously reported, Jim Carey will be taking over the role of Democratic candidate Joe Biden from Jason Sudeikis. Is what Alec Baldwin had to say. I laughed pretty loud when Jason would play. Hiding, But I've never seen Jim played by but, uh, you know, Jim's honey so This forest. I'm concerned, you know that. That's a good fit. And despite saying he was finished playing Donald Trump Alec Baldwin will return to portray the president and Saturday Night Live, has released a very short video clip on YouTube. Of what Jim Carey looks like is Joe Biden. It's pretty striking resemblance. It's a 28, The latest from ABC News is next decorative concrete is one of the fastest growing trends in home. Remodeling and concrete craft is the largest decorative concrete franchise in North.
"darren star" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"darren star" Discussed on The Nix
"So I want to go Paris with Darren star and Lily Collins who actually is Lily Collins this time not just Lily James. Like I said last week Emily in Paris, which is Darren Stars follow-up to follow-up series to Sex and the City and I know this is first since that show first series at least like this song. I would have to check that out. Don't quote me on that you guys but it's about this young marketing specialist who lands her dream job in Paris and I think romantic stuff in school. This I want to see Paris. I it's one of the few places. I've been and Lily Collins doesn't suck completely and Darren star can at least make you forget that the world sucks from half an hour most of the time. So, I'm looking forward to this you sure I'll check it out. Why not moving on to Hulu who was find a hard to find good information on as what's coming. I don't know whether they locked down there release kind of schedule or something. There's something called Monster Land, which is an anthology series based off some books about lake monsters. I'm very confused and I can't spend a great description of like what this actually is, you know more about this at all. I know Caitlin Devers off, so I'm in because fiber is Awesome Taylor Schilling not so much, but sometimes you don't suck. I guess kind of if they don't miss manage you but Caitlin debriefing So I'm in its kind of spooky has Caitlyn Deaver. This was on my list as well is every episode of different lake monsters against like Loch Ness like a it's a start but it's going to be no I did not don't know. My other Hulu thing is a movie that I think was supposed to go theaters called bad hair. It is about a woman who owns a killer. We've that's all I needed now off, you know, what do you got on to me on Hulu on both of these are FX series that will premiere on Hulu the next day A wilderness of error, which is from the producers and directors of the Jinx. That was cool HBO and it is a re-examination of the very famous Jeffrey MacDonald case and they think he might be innocent. I think he is not so proof change my mind. I'm the guy with coffee cup and the the table in front of me, Jeffrey MacDonald super killed his family and then disappeared and married another family changed my mind off. So they will they will attempt to change my mind soon and Fargo Fargo has become American Horror Story to me. I just bought a watch to find out how long it is before I give up nothing wrong with this series. It's technically good it always has a great cast and sometimes during the series I should forget to keep watching and then like forget it's too long. I don't care. I'm not watching anymore. This year has Chris Rock like Chris Rock I would do this but also has the Ellen added challenge of Jason Schwartzman and I know everybody in the world loves Jason Schwartzman, I can't stand that guy. He's Kryptonite to me. I'm so I'm guessing it'll be three or four episodes before his smug punchable face makes me give up and those are my Hulu affects things. Yeah, he's hard. I agree. I don't love him. So glad you said that..
"darren star" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Wait. You don't have a car. Your taxi need your garbage writing style. Y'All thown will lead over at this. Then able limbo from the scene of an hundred outlet Kelly funny as if he was in the Sarah Connor role. I would be rooting for them. Psychiatrist to shoot up full of Shit. Your Dad Dad. Oh man yeah this this a plot of billy writing a screenplay man this is just like you are wishing for this dude defile and to quote. Jerry Seinfeld be spit out of the back of the porn industry. A weird thing about this show is somebody you know. Aaron Spelling Darren Star whomever was like okay. We need we want to a bunch of sexy twenty. Somethings going through their sexy problems. But for some reason we're going to anchor it with these two unlikable people like you know what I mean like. I would rather watch everybody else at some point Matt is like. Hey I'm going to go to some crazy gay party I know. I can't say I'm gay but that's obviously we're doing. I'm like let's go to that. Fuck it Bardy. Let's see what's going on do. Do you know what I was. I was pretty nervous for Matt. Because like that whole scene and we'll get to later but like that whole exchange that he has alison these like. I'm going to go to this party. It's fucking crazy. Allison you have no idea fucking crazy this crazy like David. Ian Hollywood Hills Party is going to be then they cut. They like pull back a little bit. And there's this like wide shot where you can see both of them. He's wearing like the most disgusting beat up Nike Sneakers. I've ever and I was like dude. You can't go to that party with those shoes. You can wear all the fun fucking t shirts you want. Matt that makes no sense. You can't judge them to. He walked a mile in those fucking forrest. Gump trainers and maybe they are you this is. He's a co Kurt celebrity. Oh wait no ninety four is when forrest. Gump comes up all right. He was already jogging across the nation before the movie about him. That's true Yeah so we open. There's Michael is cleaning the pool. Obviously and he's about to go to work and Jane we'll somebody plays fuck way. Yeah.
"darren star" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"Baby. How's the royal baby the one that was just born now george board at the same time but i don't being meghan markle. I went to high school with her every day together like she's. You're age now. She's how does that make you feel. You went to high school okay. So what did he say on the last episode you fucking same age as pete davidson you're now at meghan markle login class and you're still stuck with me at least twelve years yeah that is correct technically the same high school. Yeah i will say my schools. The cannibal cop have we spoke about this and i went to the high school that <hes> <hes> you know his base off darren star who creative younger and management owned other end sexual family exactly darren star went to my his go turtle high school potomac maryland to eight five four without originally what it was called potomac maryland to eight five four soga but also where that girl was killed the ion side murders is boss meyer. Okay <hes> cereal different. I guess different podcasts not doing as well. Is this not at all you know we've got to. We've got a few more positive comments we have. I've actually change. The tides are turning the tides seven ah coming back or making a comeback. It's like a revolutionary war. They can fucking comeback. It was the revolutionary war. I'm reading some seventy six. I can talk at length about it every day. I genuinely it's been taking me so long to read because i'm reading like i'm reading being shy and then i can't believe what i'm reading going back like wait what and then and then i read it again and then it's just like real quick real quick like the only reason george george washington is george washington at the moment of history where there was like no well. I told you about that. Tell us about <music>. You're seventy seventy. It's very hill was named after a woman. I know the woman who was named after that's a big neighbour to new york city and it's from colonial america sell random boring saying okay. Why was i guess molly pitcher molly pitchers a woman from the revolutionary war when her husband was killed by the british she started manning will manning the canon the canon and and the piece of stable fell up. I'm a man i can fix it. She started okay. Wait stairs. Washington is only george washington because because he was six foot three and had blue is the six foot three which back at that day was like unbelievable unbelievable. The best generals like better generals this guy horatio gates was the way better general there was another guy knocks was away better general but they were short and fat so like that's just how it worked back then like wow i saw him at andrews. Washington is really attractive but also but not b._q. Original hamels it did wo- hello do you know hamilton alexander hamilton himself when he was twenty years old fought in the revolutionary war in seventeen seventy six he saved the pretty pretty much saved the army from annihilation plus he of me saying i saw him understand because they didn't know that because they mentioned but what did they say what. What do you know something about like downtown new york and moved the canons uptown or something yes. He moved the canons uptown. He knew he knew them with the kennedy well. He figured that the british were not gonna come knocking doc. An attack downtown against george watson was like listen. I'm just a guy with light. Blue is an icee argon attack downtown an accident. How they're gonna write plays around me about me. One day and it's it's gonna be based off hip hop and i know that the canon i know that the british are coming uptown. Let's move the weapons there and he's right at transcript of how that went down. That's where the brits but the truth be told real quick and jay transit new york yeah but new york was not new york was a big part of the revolutionary war but like literally we gave the city up in like two months like okay we're done by and we just let the british have like wall street named after the wall that like kept out like native american people or something like that probs like it's like a bad wall dan..
"darren star" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Exciting fiction and you're a nine. Oh two one fan will by the way guessing we'll probably work so we'll let adam play. We'll let j. big nine to zero guy <hes> not really. I saw a couple of episodes okay. That's enough mason ireland e._s._p._n. L._a. It's too much did you. Did you unblock that guy no because i don't know why <hes> i think as a as a conciliatory gesture you shouldn't block him he said okay and then maybe he'll tell let me wh- blocked nicely all right at alex caruso good a lot of <hes> a lot of promotion for alex crusoe good to get twitter handle yeah it is it is good all right mason ireland. Thanks a lot for this. Oh trudell is here excellent my trudell. How are you man all right. He's unblocked. All all is good so you're a big nine. Oh two one fan right yeah. I heard that really loud and clear. Try one more time like yes. Yes very much so okay good so i've got nine. Oh two one oh factor fiction. All the music gets me hyped. Can i confess though i turned off the reboot three minutes in yeah. I just couldn't make it. I don't know he just it didn't feel right ramona. I didn't delete it off my. I didn't want to feel worse about the original version so i thought i would be saving myself. Open my memories but i don't know i haven't deleted it yet. So maybe i'll go back to it. Mike four letter word drek it isn't it was i like on watchable. I watched it. I could not believe how bad it was not claiming. It's great but i did enjoy it up. Turn it up all right so we've got from the original show factor fixing to all right mike you can play and ramon you can play its head to head number. One creator darren star revealed the show. Almost i didn't go because they couldn't find the right actor for the role of brandon walsh at the last minute fox was considering stars brother ironically named brandon until jason. Priestley's audition blew them away. Is that fact or is that fiction ramona. I'll say fact fact mike. I'm gonna go with fact fact because it was like ten years older than a high schooler and so they must have been looking younger originally matt found anybody and had to go to the big man jason priestley for both completely ron herron stars brother was a perfect fit for the role. Oh that's how i should've. I should've caught all right. Okay number two dylan. Allan mckay was originally written as a bit player with a story arc that would last just a few episodes. Aaron spelling was so pleased with luke perry's performance that he designed decided to expand and the part is that fact or is that fiction mike..
"darren star" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"So how'd you the I guess is really the two of you? How do you kind of balance the mom life and being onset? Well, we all have kids Miriam, Debbie, and Hillary, and I were all moms, and it's it is young childcare. I know. Right. Well, daycare, younger here we have. I have a mazing like an army of people who help and we're able to bring. Our kids to work, my daughter will come visit couple times a week. And, and Hillary's brought her baby to set. And so it's it is kind of like a dressing rooms or sort of separate from set. And, and the upper floor was is baby dogs, and it, it's a really family friendly set, which I know that, that isn't always the case on with women who were mothers who work. So I feel really lucky. Right. Able to do that, but it's a lot. It's a lot to balance. And, you know, my, my daughter knows mommy works. And when she comes to work, if I go to set she goes, mommy, no set. Okay. That's a good thing. But she, she realized she knows like that I go go to work, but that I come home, and I wanna raise her. You know, I feel so proud to be a working mother. I want her to find something as though proud that I'm living my dream, and that's what I want for her. So it's I, I want her to be able to find something that she loves to do, and it is it is about balance. But it is also about asking for help yet, definitely yet you can't do it alone. Yes. And has New York always been your home. I've lived here for over twenty years. Okay, georgia. Yeah. And then went to high school in Michigan. I'm like a southern mid western New Yorker, New Yorker right foot. So I don't know if people realize this, but you have extensive Broadway background, which is amazing. How was the transition from theater being on stage to doing a TV show that is now on its six season? It was definite. Really a a new. It's the same reading characters, you're telling stories but just learning like the form format. I mean, I, I've, I've been in theatre. I've been working in theater since I was seventeen years old, professionally. And, and then in my late thirties, I started doing more television as started doing television, more full-time, so it's definitely a transition, but it's been, I feel again, it's I keep saying, I feel so lucky lucky, but I really do feel so lucky that younger was the was the show that I really got to learn how to work on working TV. And I couldn't ask for more supportive cast crew creator Darren star has been amazing. So for me and also to be able to learn something new, you know format of being an actor. Yeah. Has been I opening and an amazing. His actually, I think made me a better theater performer, right? And so you mentioned Darren star, obviously sex city, you know, he has been so successful. Did you think younger would have massive success or were like when did you realize that younger was gonna be a picked up for multiple? I had. No. You know you do Governo. Yeah. You get a script you, then you shoot a pilot. And then you go all they picked it up. I. Okay, great. And then they picked up for season to season three's far away by and, and then I started to realize that it was gaining momentum because it's gained momentum every season and even last season. He's five our highest rated season, and more and more people are talking about it, and I think I realized it when I got stopped in a I was in, like a I ninety five rest stop. Taking the bathroom somewhere. You don't want you don't wanna be lacking totally. And I'm like, you know on a road trip. I it's not it's not pretty and someone's like, oh my gosh..
"darren star" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"And I unfortunately didn't make it to your high school graduation because I was flown to LA to film episode of Kelly, Nicole with coal Ritchie, Nicole, Richie, and it spouted my friendship and Nicole Richie. And honestly, I have no regrets. Like, I'm sorry. And I did you. I'd made I made a coal film of interior cherub rude. Like the fact that he's still harbors that man is like why you're freak. But I'm the only thing I'm upset about is that you had a solo and in time in terms of the family talents. Olivia's always had like a fine. Like good voice was in her play. I have always had like the voice of an angel. And like you were just like this weirdo who like never really saying. And but I had everything at Maria. But I don't know what your voice ounds like like, no, you're not about to have it happen. But you won't sing in public. Please just saying with you, you could like shakily have an amazing voice. And we would never know. Don't you worry? I don't I'm taking lessons. He's No, now. please. If I don't do for you in the privacy of our own hold on definitely not gonna tell you. What if the toasters all even Instagram we get you to one hundred thousand followers? No if I could snap. My can't. I'm sweating if I could sit down and give you a hundred thousand dollars. Would you say the climb? Probably. No, no, no, no. You're being annoying. Probably come on next story five. Well, we'll wrapping that up very sad. So this was the last with Andrews or last week tonight decide to tune in every single episode now is dedicated to him. It's like so sad. After every episode ended comes in big letters in memory of Luke Perry and then his like years, oh interesting for the rest of the season series. Oh, that's yeah. That's a nice. I like when people do things like that like in friends, which we should talk about because we have to talk about since you last saw Mark on the show. She has now been converted to a friend's fan by me. But they never addressed nine eleven even though it was like, I know like the show was on during nine eleven. It was the most New York show ever. And they never addressed it. Which part of me thinks it's like nice like it was such a horrible time. Like people were talking about it all the time. It's nice to escape and just watch television, and one of those people who believes that like world tragedies like should stay out of entertainment 'cause it's supposed to be this like escapism, but at the same time like it, really. Psychotic near show in the fact that they didn't address it was like upsetting. But episode that aired directly after nine eleven was dedicated to the people of New York, it's something you could have easily missed. I wonder if I'd gotten there might not have because. Oh, no, I haven't. But also they didn't address any anything with nine eleven and sex in the city, either sex me Jackie's had spoken about this. I don't know if sex in the city was on in two thousand and one I think it was hold on. Let me check. I don't have the comments up here. Judge. Judge in the city. It was on from more about this show. Oh, yeah. You're right. Nineteen ninety eight to two thousand four. Yeah. They didn't. Yeah. I wonder why I wonder why too. But it's like I get why. But also get why not you know. I mean, but wakes that decision. You know, I if writer Ross or it would be like the creator Patrick. Patrick's purchased Dr Patrick star. No, that's sorry. Hatrick? What's his Darren star Darren star and Patrick king? Who the heck's at the second one? Yeah, it would have been their decision. So I guess they didn't want. Yeah. Interest on tag. Okay, third story is one that me and Jackie actually, like have not spoken about just because like for a lot of reasons..
"darren star" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Just waiting for you, check out the Marlins, MRs Mazel, and I recommend another show their patriot mantle of that show. It's now time to do start guest. I've kept her and may arguably the best looking pooch that has ever been in the studio Maui talk, mashed TIs, Dale. Hi, actually for a while. It was the TIs. Yeah. And still. Is live with that disease. Okay. Which is what I yelled trying to locate you. Yeah. To find the studio. I don't know why I my brain said yell ash. Was there wasn't even a planet. Just came out of me, and it stopped letters couldn't complete the second syllable. So funny. Welcome and thank you. Thank you. Yeah. It's not great weather today in the Los Angeles area, so bad down, the rain, and you know, LA just goes in the shitter instantly when it rains really does it really does your from here. I want to say now, I'm from New Jersey. That's right. Yes. Been in LA a long time. So it was like seventh grade. So yeah, I guess I am jersey. Where were you in the family location township lake jersey shore? That's right. Yeah. TV show show came on. What did you think this is not where I came from? I refuse to watch it. I actually have never seen it. Good for you. Yeah. Yeah. It's if it were from my hometown, I would be horrified at embarrassed for sure. Yeah. I mean, it's it's it's trash on parade. So crazy, which is available now. In one hundred seventy different versions. I think in your reality television world, I know. So seventh grade the family moved to L A because will me and my mom came out because I had traveled on tour with Lima's, rob. When I was eight Dogar him out here when I was ten and I like loved it. And so I was just like, you know, in New York, there was really only like commercials and theater. And so I really wanted to start doing TV. And so I convinced my mom to like come out with me for a pilot season. And I looked a show. And and so that kind of just like I feel like everything in my career has always been like if I meant to do something it'll kind of happen. And so we were going back and forth because my dad really didn't want to take my sister out of shoes in high school. So he's like, I'm not gonna take her out of high school. So when she graduated she was like, I want to go to college in California. And then my dad is contractors so pretty much. It was just like it made sense. And he's had a better career here for sure like his first job. Darren star. So and that he just went onto like tons of producers and actors he's like an amazing career out here. Like, you know in New Jersey was just like smaller, homes and stuff. So. Yeah. Yeah. He just did this amazing actually was just in the New York Post Elon Musk is hiring or how as name is higher is is selling his house that my dad renovated before he purchased it. So and they called it the tech controlled home, which actually was really my dad who did all the tech controlled stuff to the house. So his houses are pretty amazing. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. So let's go to the how you ended up in MS first of all how as a what age eight years old. No. I just have always known what I wanted in life. Yeah. But you were eight. Are we dreaming at five? Also. On the show. How even though I didn't know what a camera crew looked like. Yeah..
"darren star" Discussed on KFC Radio
"To him. This is live, right. No, no, say anything, we can say whatever you want. All right. We're live in studio with de winters, you know, from thirty rock and law and order and Oz. But you know, everybody everybody knows mayhem. And the first thing you said would you walked in is don't lose me my mayhem gig? 'cause I would imagine that is a gravy train? You do not want to get off brother hub best job ever. Down. I mean, all I'll take this job over an Oscar any day. Talking about. I was it. Let's keep it real. Okay. So happy to hear that. I could see a scenario where someone comes in like, I'm so much more than mayhem. And I've been in this and that and I'm Juilliard trained fought back, and you go go run across the stage with a spear. The going HOGAN. While not no, we we we shot the first commercial in may two thousand and ten so we're creeping up on nine years. She shot a hundred I think we've had one hundred and two commercials, and we shot somewhere around fifty social media. And I've done close to a thousand radio spots that what you've made the most money on your career has I doubt. I mean, it's it's it's it's a really it's a great job moneywise. But I'm I'm not just saying this to be a corporate guy. But it's honestly it's like warned of the best job ever had because the people at AllState in Leo Burnett. What's the ad agency? They're all their basis, Chicago. I mean, these guys really have it down to a science, and they take really good care of me. And I they let me bring my team. I've had the same stunt double since Oz. He comes with me. I've had the same makeup artists and sex in the city. She comes with me. I have Robert deniro stylists. She's the one who who built the suit. So we've done all these jobs together. And it's been. Like, really, they're doing the work. New dean, I basically sit in the trailer. I make them more teeny watch my stunt. Double fall off a roof. Karen? What hospital room is? Gig man, you had been in leaders listed some of them off. I mean, you've been in some of the heavy hitter shows of all time though, I pound for pound. It's like everyone talks about the sopranos, which is a great show. Blot of my friends are on it. And thank you on. The Fini was buddy. Oz was the first show was the first hour dramatic show ever on cable television. And I feel like, you know, we were kind of like the Lewis and Clark of cable television. So I I'll give it a I'll I'll take us over anything any day. I don't think Oz. Got the absolute love that it should have gotten. But there's also something cool about knowing that we all I think the inside track is that everyone has mad respect for that show. And Tom Fontana who created that show is an absolute genius. And he paved the way for guys like David chase. And guys I Darren star and all these people that came in with these great shows the game of thrones would not be game of thrones. If it wasn't for us. None of those shows nothing was so so there's we kind of take pride in that. There's like there's like really, honestly, there's there's no bitterness, but it was just the odds was just I mean, if if people haven't washed it, I strongly suggest that you go into your HBO files and watch it because it's it's such a precious show. Now, like, you know, the the show came out in ninety seven when the you know, we were the first show that had a Muslim lead a gay lead a black lead. Like now, you know now all these shows are like, oh, we have our free. No, it's like, no. We did it all before. Right. All of you guys like get on board here. And I feel like I mean, everybody talks about the wires soprano breaking bad all the shows and their shows. Of course..
"darren star" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"City um apparently sarah jessica parker and cynthia nixon and played miranda have known each other as broadway actresses prior to the show okay yeah and then for whatever reason christon davis who played charlotte kind of was enveloped into their group in k and according to cottrell she was always the at oddman out her ally was series creator darren star boon excuse me she had been an actress prior her and darren star had a relationship mmhmm so there was always apparently this sort of weirdness that occurred who that when they were shooting in atlantic city for i think this was movie number number two rock tour one i can't remember i thought the movies were so bad i'm not in a lighter sarah jessica parker rented a house for herself and the two girls but left kim cottrell honor on like apparently they just were never really friends who care but you know to be the opposite side of the coin here for just a second i can see being like sarah jessica parker to and like well yeah we're not really like friends as it were or um but i'm not like i don't have any animosity towards you i don't wish real so then are we friends i don't know how we work together work colleagues i don't know it's getting really dusty it is all right well coming up next we're going to talk about how to eat like a kardashian if we need to know that that's coming up on my talk one of seven one to clean and bradley shall alex international ran lane by roundly trainer law playing the parts of the focused group polling what are you hate more than anything ladies men who try to tell known aihae sheri's follow.