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"don cheadle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"This one was fun from the beginning. You know instead Nevin came on the producing Seth in heaven. Directed. Came on it with with David Jordan with writers and show creators. and. This was just something that there's one of those things where you read it in it just makes you laugh from beginning to end. I couldn't anticipate. It didn't know what was going to happen. It was like a weird who done it in half hour comedy that I'd never seen that kind of. Mix of genres over it was just really exciting from the beginning David Evans called me. So fight because David. Nevins headed showtime called me said, I, have this show. I'm not sure that you're right for it. Okay. All right. Well, what are, South L.. A. Times. Right. What a sell job did you not see house of is for for five seasons on his own? He wants to but he's like I. Don't know this isn't good for you. I don't know. So we talked about this stuff than. I didn't talk to him for a week and he called me back and he said you know that have been thinking about it now actually think. Only. See you so on. We get together with everybody and see if we can make it work, which was great. We did, and then we'd put the show together and I said I'm having a great time while you know obviously both of those shows on showtime in its own right in its own way. Even though obviously, we're talking about different time periods where we of the time that we're we're living in a little bit right now you know like the kind of. I'm wondering how you view. Your previous work in house of lies and how that might have you know about what to believe and what to see how an, how an how things are are shaped for people's consumption. If you thought maybe you might have been a little head of the Times a little bit that show there is it is a show that interesting enough I think people are finding now. It didn't see originally an another great show, the great cast and a lot of fun in in a very different way I think how you know how supplies was much more drama eighty. In I think. that. This is just a straight up sitcom on. On cable which is these rapid fire jokes the constant. You know self sort of referential jokes that we make in in with the Lens of looking back at the looking at this time through the lens of the eighties Cool Juxtaposition they're they're very different shows in that regard but yeah, I I hope this is something that people watch now they don't have to wait you can. You can check it out it's on it's on now. So why should Later, to watch it now, why didn't they actually think the phrases any time right? That's the showtime anytime I just don't want to get you in trouble with you know nevins or anybody like that showtime anytime there's another way that you can watch. A black. Monday with Don cheadle here on the rich Eisen show. Did you Did you enjoy the password that I had you type in for this zoom? Did you enjoy that? I didn't actually have to type it in but I did I did clock it and I was impressed by what was the password for you to enter this this zoom I did. And I was very impressed. And a little touched actually that you would. Think of me when when when you doubt I, I'd like to. Just, you know throw a little bit throw something out there that might not be expected. Richard Guest Gang. When you first picked up the script of boogie nights and read it what what in the world? Did you think dont? Wired you guys handing me at one hundred, sixty, five phase scripts. To could start this. Acid and Really. gave us an insight into Paul's mind Paul. Thomas Anderson who wrote directed because it was really very technical. It had every camera that he wanted to do in it had you know speeds that he was going to ramp the camera to and? It was just a I hadn't snap zooms. You used to hadn't been used to it until that point reading in scripts. So it was reading sort of the shooting scripts Emmanuel as well is trying to read actual words and you know. I was introduced to Paul by call Franklin who directed devil in a blue dress and he said I met this dude in he he's GonNa be Great. He's a young guy. He's Super Cocky is really smart but I think he's GonNa be great not that you should meet in. He's got this movie idea in the movie. Eddie, goes well as boogie nights in it's it's about the porn industry and I said, oh. My both my parents are alive. So I. Just needed just need him just made it. So we went to what's diner on Sandison they closed et big anyway. So we met and he was as as promised, really cocky super confident of very smart. And just said this. If you don't say this movie, you're GonNa be sorry. So you should just agree to do it Komo. Quote. The. Same that called me after he did punch drunk love than. I am I call him. I said. So how's the movie goes? It's an instant classic. Rock. They couldn't do it. They said I couldn't do movie ninety minutes will in its instant classic as you pretty confident. Archibald again right and the movie is Great. I. Love. I love false confidence in he obviously is an amazing director as evidenced by his you know his his tracker boogie nights for me is remote drop movie. It does not matter what I'm doing or where I'm picking up I have to watch it to its conclusion. That's what do you have one of those where you're obviously earn quarantine right now where you consider like whether it's something you've done or anything else that you. Would now those. Remote drop movie for for you don it's But is that a tricks? No kidding. Why's that why I don't know why I just think? It's one of those movies that is it was so different you know in. The idea, the concept of it was so interesting in just the everything about it is just the way shod how it looks. The acting, I, just thought it was a great movie and it's one of those things where if I catch it wherever it is in the movie using, sit down and watch N. Godfather, of course you have to court. And got to. Other two and actually map..
"don cheadle" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Right this week. A Strip club South Carolina was given permission to reopen as long as they banned blank fluid. No. Stripping, Governor of South Carolina declared strip clubs non essential in March forcing them to close their doors for the duration of the pandemic, but this week the dollhouse South Carolina's only Edison themed Strip club. The open. So long as they followed one rule, no stripping, so it's reopened as fully clothed club, but customers are still encouraged to stuff tips in the pockets of the dancers, sensible slack bill. How did hurry doing our quiz? You've got five right for a total of twelve points on that given. All right, thank you up next fill in the blank on Wednesday New York New Jersey and Connecticut announced they would require travelers from corona virus hotspots to blank self quarantine, exactly voting on Tuesday the primary between aiming McGrath and Charles Booker Blank was still too close to call Kentucky, yes, this week. The IMF projected that global blank would shrink more than they had previously predicted the global economy right on Wednesday the Senate confirmed trump's two hundred blank nominee. Judicial right baseball still a month away. One bookmaking site is offering gamblers. Chance to bet on blank eye on the World Series No to bet you can bet on the migratory patterns of Great White Sharks. On Sunday New York. City declared blank an official holiday June Eighteenth Yass according to the National Association of Realtors. Blank sales have fallen to their lowest level in a decade home. Right an Amazon delivery driver in Delaware's being praised for carefully following a families delivery instructions, which asked her to blank. Knock, three times yell Abracadabra and then run away as fast as she could. That's right. Yes, according to the homeowner, her son sex, the additional delivery instructions as a joke months before, but at forgotten, so they were both shocked when they heard three loud knocks on the front door, followed by someone screaming, Abracadabra the driver says she was happy to go along the request. She says she's happy to work for a great company like Amazon and Kenji. Please use your bathroom. Just don't tell anyone. A delightful video to watch shake. Boy of the week bill, how did faith doing our quiz? She had seven right for fourteen more points. Sixteen points and the lead. Right and how many men does Morocco need to win six to tie seven to win outright here we go. This is for the game. Fill in the blank. This week of federal prosecutor told the House that attorney general, blank exerted political pressure to go easy on Roger Stone a bar right on Monday president trump announced he was suspending work blanks blocking over five hundred thousand people from entering the US. He's spending work work permits visas work visas. Yeah, this week. Senate Democrats blocked Republicans from advancing blank reform bills. A police reform bill right on Wednesday. The DNC announced they would hold mostly virtual blank in August. Convention right this week. Officials AN AUSTIN BLAMED SLOW CORONA virus test results on the labs use of blank. Bag Swabs no fax machines this week. The SEC warned blank to change their state flag or risk losing. College Sports Events Mississippi right then minimum says he had to clean up to F. bombs before putting his musical blank on Disney plus. Oh, I think it's called, Hamilton it is this week. A man who was caught downloading tinder by his girlfriend explained he only wanted. For blanking to practice swiping with his finger. No, he wanted so he could look at men's haircuts. Man explained it was. A flop sweat. He couldn't just Google haircuts. Because then you only see pictures male models and he wanted to see what normal guys look like well, really hot normal guys who promised to be discreet. The boyfriend has since apologized and is now doing everything. He can to be a better partner including setting up some appointments for kissing practice with private tutors. He says he met online. Bill did MOW. Do well enough to win. Well sort of he got six right for twelve more points. He now has sixteen which.
"don cheadle" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"There is a there's a scene where your character takes his young protege out. What's supposed to be like the best night in the town ever? and. He takes him to see an execution. which in context is hilarious? He goes. What do we see death of a salesman? Did. They ever pitch anything to you and you're like. No. I can't do that every day. The stuff you do on camera's pretty severe and saying we do as bananas, so you can imagine this. You can make a joke. And they're both Jewish, so they're like as do this Jewish joke I'm like I'm not doing. that. I have to say having watched a lot of the show. I cannot imagine what was too tasteless for you to do because you do I mean that's really kind of the contest. How close can we still the line without stepping over? And sometimes you put your toes over nearly like okay? We've. For that, but that's the whole point I think fuels the frenetic energy that that time period was. On coke, everybody was going crazy. And what do you guys use instead of cocaine seriously? What is the substance of sometimes B twelve sometimes cornstarch? What is that like it ain't. It Ain't fun. Mrs. Can't you just mime it? You are trained. I offered that I offered. Going through the whole makeup. I'm being pretty. I understand. Why is he snorting? Cocaine isn't there. And why is he doing it inside an invisible box and why cain real, but everything else is mind. Don cheadle. We've asked you here to play a game. We're calling welcome to black Friday you star in black Monday, so we thought we'd ask you about Black Friday. That's the Friday after Thanksgiving when crowds show up to get a starting Christmas shopping, and also maybe do some murders answer to it a three questions correctly. You will win our price. One of our listeners bill who has done cheeto? CHEETO playing for John Baker New York City. You ready to do this. Okay? I'm I'm doing best for your junk all right here. We got one of the huge toy. Fads was the furby back in the nineteen nineties during one black Friday during the furby craze, which of these wants happened in a big box store? A A woman broke employees fingers to get a whole crate of furby he's. Be. A woman broken employees fingers to get a single furby. Or, see a woman broken employees fingers to get a ticket to wait in line to buy. A furby I just loved the truth in all of them is that a woman broke an employee's fingers? That's the one thing we can count on. That's I love it. I'm going say to get one to get one. Knows actually to get a ticket to stand in line I'm going to say it's to get a ticket to stand. Too late no, apparently they were handing out tickets. Because you need a ticket to get a hold your place in line. And she reached up and grabbed like an early ticket so hard she broke employee's fingers who was asked to leave and not get a furby? All Right? This is fine. This is fine. You have two more chances. During the height of black Friday madness, one Walmart gave employees special training about handling the giant pallets of sale items. What was it a in a pinch? Flat Screen TV's can be used as shields be. When you hear the bells over the intercom, cut the plastic and run or see only use your tranquilizer darts on customers who are not holding expensive items. Wow I'm GONNA be again. Cut The plastic and run. You're right. That's exactly what he was advised to be with. His apparently just didn't want to be between anybody in their TV. At, smart, that's I think so. Do you have I'm sorry? I'm quite distracted. Because Mo has taken off his shirt, I took it. In minutes ago, and it was wild focusing on you. Did shoulders into it. Should I save this for Pledge Week? It's really hot in this room. I'm burning up to, but I'm not disrobing. Warm God!.
"don cheadle" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Now let the hate mail poor in. All right. You three choices of new branded products, but only one of them is something you can actually get. Is it from hurry? metallica brand bug killing sprays. You can kill bugs in a heavy metal style from faith William Shatner Star. Pants, adult diapers or Morocco grateful. Dead Brand Deodorants, which of these is the real branded product? I? I think it's most grateful dead the ordering story you. Do you think it's not one even though there's no patrolling? All right well. That's your choice. Well. We spoke to somebody who is actually behind this new product, significant others that has loving right now because it can give them a deodorant actually going to use. I was making more in the CEO of north. Coast organics maker of grateful dead Deodorant, and as he wants to be known deodorant King of Chicago Congratulations Steven. You got it right into point from Oh. You've won our prize. The Voice of your choice on your voicemail congratulations, thank you. Thank you so much for playing and keep safe back I'll take care. Bye Bye! Another game where we take people who've done everything and ask them to do the one thing that might have overlooked. It's called, not my job Don. cheadle is one of those actors who so good at what he does that. You have no idea what he's really like. He's played heroes and villains. He's been hilarious and tragic. He played both a real man who save lives in Rwanda in one of Marvel's Avengers, so we're grateful. He's giving us a chance to prove that he really is a Superhero Don cheadle. Welcome to wait. Wait thank you so much. I'm a big fan of show going to big Ambra a long time so I can't wait to embarrass myself on this broke. That's experience that many of our fans want, but we offer to a select few. I've not even seen a half of what you've done, but I've seen so much. I could not tell you what a Don cheadle part is like Oh don cheadle Li usually plays? Do you now know I. Think Hopefully, Don cheadle part is something that you WanNa see? That's interesting different than the last thing you saw admit that's I just always to keep it interesting I came out of. California Institute of the arts, and everybody was a character actor. You know we were involved in comedy drama. Mime what have you mime well not in not in college in high school I was in my show, but that wait a minute whole you you. Can't just drop that you were. You were in a mime troupe in high school. Are Actually we did? We perform time in my drama class. It was one of the things that we did and we would put on a show every year. We had a mind show your that and it was really done. Did you do mime face, did you? Did you put white makeup on your face? I I did whiteface. I'm sorry guys. That's very insensitive to going to do my apology tour right after this. No No, no, no, no, this! Is NPR apologizing to you having to do White Base? That's right. Did. You do like the classic box. You can't see stuff or was it more like dramatic? Come on and. Things so passe so so so so ninety. I wanted to get back to the the range of work. If people don't know your work first of all shame on US secondly like on one end you start in hotel Rwanda very serious drama about genocide. You were nominated for an Oscar and you've also done a an elaborate sketch about a testicle spa for funnier. That's. My friend. Which of those two are you most proud? God I mean which of is to testicles. Left when? Did you, did you do do a screen testy for that role half? Know Ladies and gentlemen Mr. Cheadle was not just a gifted actor. He's a producer. He came up with that bit. If I'm not mistaken and did I did I had it in Zach when I went in, it was just like. Man That must have been a ball to film. It was it was nuts? The probably the biggest projects you've been a part of our the vendors movies. Is it true that you were given like an hour or so to decide if he wanted to be in those movies? Actually I was at my daughter's laser tag birthday party. They called me and they said we need to know an hour. And I said my daughter's laser tag birthday party I said Oh take two hours. and. Did you need to? Did you need two hours to think about it? Yeah, for sure because I mean this was at the beginning iron man who was really really early in the Pantheon of the vendors movies in the whole Marvel Mc, you and it was six movies, which is twelve years you know and. So yeah, it took a long. It took the whole two hours. Really considered. Weight laser to laser tag away to make baseball safer because if you tax someone out, you're touching, and that could transmit Corona Nevada. To do it. IS MIME LASER TAG? I think I'd imagine that as a train mime when you were in fact shot by your daughter and laser tag. Your death scenes were immensely great. Look I was only in for that. I don't. Believe Fan of debt seats, so Oh, yeah, I think about it in that way with great ideas about before we get to the game I want to talk about black. Monday your show on showtime which the second season came out. I had no idea what it was about until I started watching it this week, and then you have less of an idea of. Terrorists so distracting in black Monday. You wear a WIG which is I. Hope it's a wig. I don't know maybe maybe if you took off your cap right now with all pop out, it's why it's eight eight months. Author can throw that out. Right! It takes place in one thousand, nine, hundred six. You play a factor who's is kind of a black Gordon Gecko. What would you call this guy? He's a mania. I kind of feel like he was the white meat or Gordon Gecko. It's. It's sort of a wooded. You know kind of re imagination of that time period were there to be a shop like that on the street that had a black trader at its core, and then also had his number one being a black woman that is really didn't exist just to give. People haven't seen in the show an idea of its tone. There is a there's a scene where your character takes his young protege out. What's supposed to be like the best night in the town ever? and. He takes him to see an execution..
"don cheadle" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"This is Stephen. Calling from Bala cynwyd Pennsylvania just outside Philadelphia. Ballots out in the main line. Right Alec with, isn't it like a a Welsh name with no vowels in it there are maybe two fouls. Count why of AL, maybe three or four I. don't count why Avowal I just. You know that's just how I am Stephen. Welcome to the show. You're going to play the game which you Mr Truth from fiction bill. What is Stevens topic during a big glass of Peter Sago milk. Who Doesn't love celebrity? Air Jordan Britney Spears Perfume DR CI scented sanitizer. Our panelists are going to tell you about a new product bearing the name of somebody famous. Pick the real one. You'll win our prize. The waiter of your choice on your voicemail ready to play. Out All right I, let's hear from Hari. Kondabolu, in one of the more surprising branding attempts in the history of rock music, the legendary heavy metal band metallica has released their own line of bug killing sprays all named after metallica songs for ants, it seek and destroy for moths. It's fade to black for bedbugs. It's enter Sandman which they claim keeps bugs asleep forever. And finally for roaches. It's master of Roaches, which is a sad play on master of puppets. It seems obvious that the band had run out of song names. The poison was created by Metallica fan and chemist Chris Hackney after being sprayed the head of the past move back and forth rapidly and then explodes. Hackney said it was awesome to see insects dying in a very medal way. You know by head banging. When reached for comment, metallica Drummer Lars Old Rick defended what some would call crass commercialism and selling out. How is this selling out? Death? Destruction insects all consistent with the METALLICA brand. He continues, I mean what does Paul Newman have to do with salad dressing in popcorn? When asked if like Paul Newman all the profits would go to charity. There was a long silence over the phone before Mr. Alrich said hello. Sorry I think I lost you hello, and then hung up metallica bug killing sprays as offered by the famous metal band. Your next story of Bizarro Brandon comes from faith sally. Millions of US, Know William Shatner as James. T Kirk, the dashing young captain of the USS Enterprise, but in reality Shatner is a dashing eighty nine year old, and the Star Trek Legend is launching himself on a new mission Schilling Line of adult diapers called Star Pants. That's pants with a Z.. Says Shatner in his first star Pants ad, which has started to air on cable news networks, and only shattner could make incontinence briefs this cool. They come in vivid nineteen sixties, Star Trek uniform colors, gold, blue and red, although real star Trek fans. No, you have to have a death. Wish where the red ones there's a starfleet inspired triangular symbol on the front that becomes visible when the diaper is wet. Look so Shattner unapologetically. I knew this was coming. My name is destiny, and if you live long and prosper, you're GonNa Shattner Your Pants, oh and the diaper slogan. It is of course star pants to boldly go. William Branded Star Pants adult diapers and your last story. Of An oddball collaboration comes from Morocco. If you've ever hung out with a bunch of dead heads and thought, I'd like to smell like damn well. Take a whiff of this grateful. Dead Deodorant comes in sense like working man and sunshine, which are probably references to deadlier ex but I don't want to have to go and listen to find out. The. Ingredients, all of them organic of course include Brigham Aunt Cedar Wood Sage but not Pachulia seriously. It's some kind of joke. The label says that all of the ingredients are also edible well. That solves the munchies problem. Possible tag lines for the grateful dead deodorant include strong enough for a man made for a man who hasn't showered in six weeks or finally a job that lasts, says unbearably long as a grateful dead song. Of course, this isn't the first time the dead have inspired in essential household product..
"don cheadle" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"To the current plan, the Games will start up towards the end of July with special rules. Both Leagues will use a D. H. in extra innings begin with a runner already on second base, other t-ball rules being used will require each team to sing a cheer for the other team at the end of the game, two four, six eight. What do we appreciate the income from our TV deal? I Love I love some of the the rules they've announced. They need the players not to spit. Yes, right but. It's totally okay to like. Rearrange Your crotch. Yes, it is true that one of the things they've said is that players need to handle their own ball so at least that won't change. The main thing you can check your crotch, but just don't touch your face right afterward. But you're right faith. There's no spitting on the field. No sharing things like rosin bags, Pinar, rags, or steroid needles the Yankees. Suck, but they will have to cover their mouths when they do so and the Houston. Astros have to disinfect the trash cans every time they bang on them. Will you be able to tag someone out? That is A. I was wondering about that. You know. What can you reach down in touch them or do you just have to say Gotcha not at? What are the game's going to still be too long? That that problem there. No, no, they're going to ignore that that. Of course people love what they love about baseball. You might be wondering if you'll be able to go see, it's unclear. Some stadiums are talking about limiting it to just twenty five percent capacity, which means that each individual. Boston Red Sox Fan will have to be four times as racist. Bill how did sue are quiz? She got to start it off right with three right answers going Soo- congratulations and stay safe and complete. By. Panel it is time for you to answer some questions about this week's News Mo-. Hollywood is finally allowing filming to resume this week, but there are new rules among them actors or being instructed to do what as little as possible while filming. Well, Peter Before I answer. Can I share some personal news with everyone you made? Earlier today. I had an DOS could be and a colonoscopy. It's what's known in TV as a two camera shoot. And that's why soundcloud. The Camera! They put down my throat throat. But, as for the prep for the colonoscopy. I, just feel like I could fly like I. Feel so be like nria. Al Like I feel like I could just like just leap across Sixth Avenue I know. Them both the wants to the cameras meet in the middle insertive start filming each other. That would that would be a union violation I understand, but you're doing the show today. Then Mo still on colonoscopy drugs. We lies interesting. Yeah, no I know it's interesting. It could be part of it can be part of the question based on some sort of research later on few weeks. Know Your Voice does sound a little scratch. You have a little Dr. she kinda good like that. Good Okay I've got some patchy going on. Yeah, all right. Are you ready to answer a question though I? Appreciate the warning that you've been. Oh, sure I just wanted to thought this would be a special lightweight moment Mo- Hollywood is finally allowing filming to resume this week, but there are new rules among them actors being instructive to do what as little as possible while filming, exhale on each other. Look at each other. You're so close. People tend to exhale in each other when they're doing. What talking. Yes, talking. Yes actors not only. Are you supposed to stay eight feet apart from the other actors in your scenes, you are to remain quotas silent as possible to avoid spreading droplets through. Talking can't wait for the braveheart remake where he just emails. The troops subject line re our freedom. They cannot take it. Seems, with crowds are discouraged in audiences can be no more than twenty five percent filled finally. They can make that movie about your Improv shows. Of course. No sex scenes, or even making out there just going to go back to the fifties right before to actors shake hands, they fade to black and leave it to your imagination. What are they going to do a sex with a? No. That seems sexier to me. You don't. Go into hurries. Deep Dark Yours. Nobody wants a sexy with the mask. Is Wide Shot. I think it would be a great sitcom. Thank you. Coming up our panelists extend. Their brands are bluff game colwin AAA.
"don cheadle" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I'm really excited for this one so coming up. We're going to talk to you Don Cheadle and Rob Lowe something also at the top I program. On. All right bring in Don cheadle one second just wanted to comment on a piece that the New York Times wrote about the ringer and and me. Earlier this week and I only wanted to say two things. One I'M GONNA. Say here what I said to the new. York Times in an email interview that I did I emailed all my answers, which I'll be mentioned again second, but. We know it didn't do well enough. And I wish. It had been a bigger priority for us. To to really make a bigger commitment to diversity than we did. I think you know in the moment. We're looking at staff. Were you pursue certain people? It doesn't work out. You feel like you're trying and I think the moment that the countries have in general. These last four weeks is like if you feel like you're trying, that's actually not good enough. We're GONNA do better and the only thing I'm going to say on that as if you know anything about. Me and and how committed I am to all this stuff, in my platform to try to raise. The profound platform of other people on stuff this would tried to do grand. Lloyd tried to at the Ringer. There's a lack of responsibility that comes with that. And when you fall short in some way, which I feel like I, did and I feel like we did that meeting. me and Chris and Sean Marriage Juliette Jeff. you know it hurts, but there's truth to it and. We weren't doing enough. We're GONNA. Try to do better. We are committed to it and I gotta be honest. It was one of the main reasons I wanted to spotify. I thought they're going to be the dominant force in audio. And I asked them wanted more resources and know-how and I wanted to tap into their HR and their diversity teams, and and really try to reshape our company, and that wasn't something. I was GONNA. Talk about openly when we did this I. Really talked about the sale at all, but We've known for a while. We wanted to reshape with company was and we. None of us felt like we did well enough, but the thing is you know it's like football. You judge a coach by record you judge me by my record him. The record wasn't good enough. So the only thing I would ask for just give us some time. It's incredibly important to me and to everybody I work with to to fix it, and and that's all I can ask so the second piece. I just wanted to say I had a quote in their. Quote it's business. This is an open mic night. Give you the full context of that didn't email interview with the New York Times and I wanted to read you the question they actually asked, and then the answer I gave an you'll find out. It was not about diversity. So, this was the question from the New York Times. Current and former staffers told us that it got harder for young writers, parentheses including, but not limited to people of Color and apprentice to get more responsibility and visibility after podcast became a higher priority, the ringer in late, two, thousand, seventeen, early, two, thousand, eighteen, for example they said that during the first few months of the re watchable ables, there were opportunities for younger more obscure folks to participate. But by early, two thousand eighteen. It was mostly senior folks like you. Chris Ryan Shaw Fantasy Maller Rumen. Can you comment on this? My answer was this. This is what I wrote back in the Air Times. That's absurd. We were a startup those first two years, trying a whole bunch of different things eventually realized that podcasts were the biggest financial part of our business that we needed to put our best people in them again it's business. This is an open mic night. As for the re watchable that created that podcast, and it was built around me and Chris Ryan. I've hosted the vast majority of them. It's one of our most popular and lucrative podcasts and one of the biggest pop culture podcast period I'm proud of the Shaolin Confident how we manage it end quote. So that was not an answer about diversity, and the question was not about diversity, so I just wanted to get that out there. See actually knew it was coming from. That's all I have thanks for listening to this part. WE'RE GONNA get to Don cheadle right now. Don cheetos Sarah. I don't know why this took so long had a podcast for thirteen years I. Don't know where you've been underway been so hard to book a blame you a going. I play myself. You've been a lot of my favorite movies. You know it's funny. So. I'm going way back, but so boogie nights is like a top five movie to me. And the other night, my wife and my daughter out of the house. My son was at a sleepover by myself. And I'm like this is great. I'm just GonNa Watch. TV L. Watch something I've never seen before as could channels, and it was the start of Boogie nights and I was like. Fuck it and just watched it again I. Don't know. I don't know what it is about that movie. What is it about that movie? You must get asked about it a million times right? I mean I. Think it's just. It's it's an amazing film. Obviously It's sort of two films Tony. Yeah, yeah what what it's able to do, and you know I I met Paul because of Carl Franklin directed devil in a blue dress and a he i. don't remember. He met all, but he said..
"don cheadle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Device on extremists. Live every day and then go down to video wormhole that subscribe button. It's lot of fun We appreciate you listening to us. If that's the manner in which you Are Consuming this show Warren. Sapp on an hour number one celebrating the arrival of Tom. Brady Thomas Edward Brady Tampa Bay Buccaneer TV. Twelve and TB at is happening or the Tampa Bay Bucks. The New York Post called him and called it on the back page of today's publication From New York City where Hank his area will be calling in and our number three the star of Brock Meyer returning tonight on. Ifc for its final season. Don cheadle star Black Monday which premiered this past Sunday on showtime at ten eastern time and He's nominated for an emmy for the role in which he plays. Mo- Monroe in Black Monday. Season two underway. He'll be joining us in about twenty minutes time as we We just Try to divert your attention from some headlines and discuss. What's going on in In the world of pop culture and entertainment and sports. That's how we roll here on. The rich Eisen show newly gear opens up in less than three hours. Four eastern time and everything that we've heard over the last several days. Starting essentially the biggest first big move was COLETTA's Campbell being acquired by the Baltimore Ravens adding the reigning Walter Payton Man of the year to their defensive line force forced shadowing essentially the run on on Pass rushers and the run on run stuffers in the NFL. That we've seen in in free agency if you can rush the passer and it's been your at your time up to be in the open market. You're having a great week. If you're Eric Armstead or clearly deforest buckner being traded to Indianapolis and getting paid all that money. And then Robert Quinn getting some bag. Gerald McCoy Scott added by the Dallas Cowboys. Yesterday to over three or deal right and But I'm hearing that. Nfl teams have been told that they are not allowed to announce as official anything until physical is done. And as you know that could be particularly logistically problematic indeed. I'm assuming Tom can get himself to Tampa and should have no problem. Passing a physical but until physicals are conducted. Many of these deals that you're hearing about Byron Jones. Breaking the bank. Kyle van Noy doing the same for Miami that A lot of these deals will not be quote unquote official until much later than four eastern. Today unless somehow some way someone who's been able to take a physical and check that box and and get it done so keep an eye out for all of that now then we discussed ad. Nauseam for the last two three weeks as we were waiting for the Tom Brady decision. How will it affect all the other moving pieces with free agents like Philip Rivers? Also how they're and where Brady might wind up would displace someone like Derek Carr or somebody like Jameis Winston or somebody like if you will Toronto Taylor. Even who knows? He's there started Aaron Los Angeles if he wound up in San Francisco where he displays. Obviously Jimmy Garoppolo. Much Ado about nothing. There we kept saying that the forty niners. There was a lot of their because the forty niners never came out and put out a statement. Jimmy's our guy. Well I guess they just decided not to address it at all and now any maneuver. Just be quiet about. We never heard a peep from the forty nine. Start to finish. And as it turns out the quarterback who is displaced by? Brady's decision is in fact. James Winston. That's IT James. Needs to find a new address. Where will he go? Who will take Good old Janus onto their team. Well it's not going to be the Indianapolis Colts. Philip rivers one year. Twenty five million bucks to Indianapolis and based on everybody else's reporting it sure seems like Jacoby perset isn't going anywhere either that it's going to be basically bre sets back got roll. Philip hasn't missed a snap. Unfortunately for Jacoby hasn't missed a game since two thousand six. He has been a steady hand at the chargers controls for so many years and one must thing barring anything totally enforcing behind that offensive line which unfortunately Jacoby left him in a heap in Pittsburgh. You'd think that Phillips going to be the Guy Right there and I think that has just a great maneuver and they added deforest Buckner and they don't have a first round selection but it's deep the wide receiver pool. It's deep and they're going to be able to add somebody and they do still have a ton of money left under the CAP. You get a nice shiny new weapon for Philip along with that running game you know. He loves his tight. Ends and Jack Doyle when he's been able to stay healthy as the guy right correct Eric Brown last year to Lebron. I think is not coming back to Iran. My question for you. The colts a lot is what I'm saying like. How much gas do you think phil as La Auto last year was twenty six? What was the usual look? Let's let's let's walk through last year's chargers season if you don't mind first of all that whole business with Melvin Gordon. What a total disaster. Yep Okay from the GECKO now. Austin actor proved that he could be a number one back and got rewarded correct and he got rewarded for it but the run game still in the first four weeks. It took a while to get up to speed derwin. James was gone from the jump and it just totally messed with the defense right there and then the chargers charged that just anybody. WanNa go on YouTube. When you're if you're watching US right here. Youtube dot com slash richeisenshow. Anybody out there. Just go and Google or you to the final two minutes of chargers titans and take a look at that and the way that that finished up. Okay where they add three cracks from the one half yard line and couldn't get in there by the way. How would the titans fortunes have been changed? If the charges. It crossed the goal on there at the end of that game knowing that the titans barely got into the playoffs. And then one in done New England and Baltimore. Tom Brady could be tightened right now. It's I mean you WanNa talk about sliding doors about how things change so yes. Philip took too many liberties. He was too careless with the football. I think he probably thought I've got to do it. Probably a little bit more than anything else now. That sense won't be there in Indianapolis he doesn't. They changed offensive coordinators last year. Midstream mamie another team. Where that actually winds up. What's rare you've seen it where you change an offensive coordinator would like week. Tend to go. And then all of a sudden they had spikes. It's very rare. Let's put it that way. It happens are just Philip. Indianapolis I think Philip Rivers in Indianapolis is a great move Daniel. Jeremiah broke the news yesterday that that he's Bringing his whole family which means you gotTA scrape together a Lotta chairs to get that eleven top steak and shake you know on the corner there in Indianapolis where we always go late night. Scrape a Lotta chairs together. By the way that's a lot of shakes oughta shakes steak and shake. He has some infant. So they're not all going to steak and shake. I never know you never know but I I I really like that and then where does James Wind up right now? Here's the one thing we're all wondering what New England is going to do here. Okay what is New England? GonNa do right here and right now. There's been just no word out of there at all and you heard Tom Corn on the show. Yesterday he it's going to be stood him. He says it's going to be him that they're not gonNA just go ahead and get a veteran band-aid like Andy Dalton. Her that makes the most sense to me. Or you know or James that they're not that that's not the direction they're going to go in and here's another. You're ready for this statistic the last Patriot to start at quarterback that the team did not draft the last thing he does. Diverting the last quarterback that the Patriots started that the team did not draft. Vinny testaverde started at quarterback for the Patriots Won. He played for a year. I don't know if he started a game. But a last quarterback this I got from. Nfl network researcher. Extraordinary Jack Android. I'll give it to you because it's it's a hint. It's well it's a name. I believed I've never that's never been set on. Nfl Network Okay. Because you could tell like Brady started every game and the one that he didn't you know it was castle right who the Patriots drafted castle started off two thousand right right and Brady started every other game after that he was a backup in. Oh six didn't start a game. Correct Scott sequels ninety. Three won't you let me take you on a Sea? Kiel's wow that's last one baby bell check. Was You know the Cleveland browns coach? Getting rid of Bernie Kosar which by the way any Patriot Fan. That's out there thinking that ballot check the heat that he must be feeling about the brady stuff as a cold. My Bernie Kosar Beerman care nine. I just compared Brady and Kosar but whatever you know what I'm saying. Yeah of course. Here's the one interesting spot too. So Derek Carr staying put in Oakland they bring in Marcus Mariota to push him right again. I don't understand what the push means. Like oh I need to. I need to perform better Derek cars going to not what throw it out of bounds on fourth down for instead of giving in the last desperation heave. That needs to happen in order to force an opportunity to go for an onside kick like those are the those crazy things that we've seen. Derek Carr do like Derek Carr is gonNA BE BETTER BECAUSE MARCUS. Mariota is there no Derek Carr is GonNa be the guy and that if he does not improve his game to the liking of Gruden? There's a guy now that Mike mayock has loved and been on record loving. That's an interesting quarterback situation to watch. Teddy Bridgewater is going to Carolina. Where's CAM GONNA wind up? I'll tell you what charges liked brady because Brady could bring some sort of heat in some sort of season ticket heat in some sort of pr. Heat right here. Cam Newton here in Los Angeles. California would be something else to sing. I still think he has monster. Starpower does of course he does. He would look great on billboards everywhere. And you look great in shotgun here in Los Angeles California what Brad. Let it rip.
"don cheadle" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Black woman especially You know you had to be ten times as talented anybody else. You're saying you had to be able to do everything. Get half as far as those guys right and still be sort of like pigeonholed in a racist way. Yeah you're still not going to get a headache it but he also I take the joke. That's what I'm saying. That's what I wanted to be. That's what wasn't in this ultimate. What it turned out to be is just a moment. I said we need. Can I just have a moment where they can make the joke? And I'm laughing and then turn around and just put a camera behind me to see how I really feel and then come back for the mask on again and they did it. Yeah we did. It sounds like just need stuff like that to show that this person is not completely obtuse. Right doesn't understand what he has the FAUSTIAN deal. He has made right to be able to do this and open the door for other people behind him which is absolutely what he did But that means you're gonNA take the brunt of it right. Yeah I mean it's it's it's been a Faustian deal still for sure. Yeah I forgot. You're in traffic as great as great and bow worth e- work with that baby fella. Yeah that do. That must've been wild. He seems like a very wild interesting very interesting too and we shot that for a year. I have an aunt for a year. He Means Business Games when he decided to direct something. Like it's not and nobody can tell them shit and his deal specifically at that time and it was maybe a poison pill left by the last The Guy who ran twentieth at that time he had a deal that he just had to write a treatment. Yeah and turn it in. Yeah you can do whatever you want it. Oh I think they sort of left it really warrant eight. Yeah and they used to call me. Ask Me what was going on because when the suits would show up on set warm just stop. He just wouldn't shoot really standard. They're like what are you working on some stuff? Wow so you're gonNA shoot. He's like not no and he didn't care he would just stand around until they left and as soon as they left without working again. It's so funny. I guess that's earned that he's Hollywood man. He was there at the beginning of new thing. There's so many things that you realize that. Actually you can do whatever you want a lot of times. People don't have the balls to do. Stop me but yeah. I thought that movie was good so I definitely felt the point you know. Yeah so being part of these franchises I mean is there. I mean it seems like the Ocean sings fun a lot of they all. Everybody seems to be having a home. People like Ocean's twelve is one of the movies that people will just come up to me my face. That gotTA hated that second. That one sucked. Yeah like okay cool. Well they watch whatever you're doing your job and like critique don't think they're going to they don't look at it in the same way you look like they're just. I don't know why people think they can do that. But they think you must feel the same way or that you have some distance from it or whatever. I don't give a shit what you think right or not a real thing. You're sort of a prop that. Yeah yeah yeah stuff and walk around but that that was Jerry Weintraub bless. His soul was You know produce that one really like old Hollywood and we just were treated amazingly and everybody had their families over. Nice was nice to be able to have that experience. And we were really sort of cordoned off. I mean you know. Paparazzi has an Italian word. We were in Italy and they had to kind of give us an entire floor where nobody could come and they had the roof and they would put a there was a bar up there and there's a real first-class Hollywood treatment. Yeah Nice it was great and what about these marvel movies? They're fun to different ways. Yeah yeah it's a different. It's completely different. Obviously protect Nicole. And did you see that coming like hell? No I mean it's crazy. I mean like you're in. You're one of the guys that happened and it's a great thing right. Yeah I don't watch him and I've been critical of them because not my thing. Yeah but so. I haven't really seen any of them but it seems like the people that are in them. It's like why the fuck yeah I mean and it's again it's one of those things where we all you know. We all really vibe each other and have a great time around one another and there's so many of us you know it's like it's like being a troop it's it is it's great theater troupe. It's like its own little community it is and then like the I guess you. It seems that from what I see publicly that the the whole the experience of Hotel. Rwanda kind of blow your mind to a point where it activated you on a level. You probably didn't even know within one hundred percent. What did you know before you did the movie about the genocide? There little she didn't that wow very little And then I started to do the research and then you know saw the frontline piece on it which was devastating and just started meeting. Paul resist the beginning who came out who is portrayed in the movie and I got to meet him and just getting into the story was Yeah I I didn't know anything about it. I only had cursory knowledge of it. And then it then it was. Yeah it took me to a completely different place. And then doing it. And saying the effect that it had on people whose stories hadn't been told people who the survivors of the genocide. A lot of them were extras in the film. And I couldn't believe they wanted to be a part of and they were saying no we want it out. We want the story to be known. And it's important to us and we want to participate in it and it's a cathartic it's a healing for us in a way to To go through it man your neighbors. Yeah people you know right. Yeah well that's that is somewhat emblematic of how these things go around the world. It's very often your neighbor. It's very often people that you're co mingling with different communities uh-huh and then they've also years. That's right you've been other is in its on other business That's a that's a good word for it. Is that your word no take credit for? That's really what it is 'cause we're seeing it everywhere now absolutely everywhere. That's what you have to do in order to be able to do what you need to do. Dehumanize them enough to your thing I if I turn you into the thing and I can get ready. Yeah Yeah and nobody's going to care. So how are you active? Now with that stuff well. I still Work with Sentinel where we One of the things that we did at the time and are still doing is There is a satellite that that goes over that area in Sudan for and We were able to piggyback on that and capture images from what's happening in the border raids in your things. When they're at that time there was no there was warehousing material. And trying to you. Know collect evidence in case there ever was a moment when assets happened. Bashir is now going to the Hague to be tried for these crimes against humanity for genocide. But at the time that was not happening we were trying to pressure World the world community to act and now finally has years later after like now all the information CIA involvement whatever. The fuck was happening a lot. Everything was happening in our allies at one point quote unquote varieties. We were getting Intel from them about terrorism we so it was a blind eye. Or whatever you're doing to your citizens as long as we're getting information that need to fight terrorism There's gotta be some assets involved. They're to can't it's gotta be something it's all it's all and then the the main rebel leader then becomes the head of the you know the government. It's just all mixed up and and again. This is not something that is heard of. When these incidents happen there's always other actors involved. They have their own agenda vendors. Never never people are always the ones in the middle of that are just getting wiped around out in bandied about yeah. There's a detachment on behalf of the power right again. There's the immediacy of the murdering but then you know couple. Whoever else is involved There there's enough detachment is just numbers and who steps into that void once that wants. That guy's gone now. Who the good guys are coming in. Because it was a very long before they go bed echo. Absolute power corrupts. I mean that's the so trying to still figure out end and not be this sort of patriarchal in like we're going to tell you how to run your country and we're we have the best ideas for what to do. We went around. I was George Clooney and myself a long distance runner named Tegla Loroupe Olympic runner and UH Joey Cheek who was a speed skater Went around during the height of this we went to China we went to Egypt. Talked Prints Mubarak To try and say you have influence in this region the Chinese had influenced because they have deals with the with the Sudanese people Militaristic weapons and things like that and oil and we thought the Arab nations would be able to put some pressure But when we went first of all we were the highest level delegation that had ever gone to those areas about it which is ridiculous to actors to actors in two athletes were like the highest delegation. That had ever gone to draw get any movement on it. And both of their countries. Both of their leadership said to us. Who who are you to come here and try to tell us. Mind Your Business. Anything America here about what to do. You really want you guys think that you have the best track record on this to preach from your. Yeah podium about what we should be doing to curb violence. Are you crazy? Did you even see that coming up? Where did that put you in a position of like? What do I really know? Well we're we're like we're we're we're not pushing back on that we're we're just saying that this is actually really happening and we're not here to to represent or defend things that are happening. American interests trying to talk about the people right here. Can you help the people and then I fuck sickly kick rocks you know? Go tell you tell your leadership do something and during the height of this as well. I was asked to testify For the Senate with John Prendergast and General Layer. Who was in Rwanda the time? And he was the last year in general stayed behind when everyone else fled and he wouldn't leave from To just talk about our experience in the area and what had happened and what we thought America quote unquote should do or what our.
"don cheadle" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"A place where you can live in this person. That's what you do. You have to find the place where you in person meet. Thank you already kind of doing right. That show yeah. You have to really get their meet. That person halfway. Yeah when you're touching that stuff you cannot help but bring up your stuff right and right now. You have to kind of filter through and go. Well I don't need that. Get rid of that. Let's not use that. That's me that this right but you have to keep. I think you know true to those things that are motivating you and keep touching that yes. It's a conscious thing though where you're like. Oh that was me because you can slip into it though. I like when you're acting like that. That lasts take was me while I think by the time you're actually doing it. Hopefully throughout and script long enough you've worked on it and you've kind of been able to have it be mostly not you how much you how much you read the script before you get in on. Yeah the whole script to just pieces. No the really. I always find something new every time. I read this group really. Yeah that's what can we talk about like trying to figure out how to get into this? But I I fucking love. Your Miles Davis moved. No thank you I loved it and and I think twice and because I don't eat. It was one of those movies that you know. It's sort on you to figure out what's he trying to do here? What's going and it seemed to me that it was sort of a meditation on the man himself right. So is this sort of like. This is a an impression man right so you got you. You've run the whole arc of the miles thing you've got miles who is bordering on a comedic character in the main guy that you've got the miles that you may You know he's. He's over the top on drugs. Fashion wise isolated and funny. He's genuinely funny but maybe not on purpose but and then all of a sudden the young miles shows up in the form of that and then he sort of kind of tried to assess like you know. What's the riff that got him from there to here? Yes right yes what what drove you like? What's your relationship with that? Do well this. Was You know. I grew up listening to his music. You know 'cause you're still by my parents. Yeah digging through their albums and finding porgy and bess. Oh my God what is this? And then that leading metoo you know kind of blue and right then just opening it up to cannonball to all of the players that's where it started when I was in fifth or sixth grade because I'm like I've in the last few years I started getting into those guys in that in that trip. You know and try to sort of wrap my brain around jazz without really having a an essential understanding of music theory or anything but you know you got a brain for jazz. You don't Right he's GonNa lock in or it's GonNa make you go. It's making me. Yes exactly people do tend to get anxious. Yeah he's around for me. It's almost like Ritalin you know it goes on and I'm like Oh oh yeah right so when when entering and I know this is probably an old News free but like you know to take on that that tha the subject of that guy. I mean what was the spark? Well I was. I wasn't gunning for that. You know I know a lot of times. That people are asked actors are asked. There's some guy that you're trying to play somewhere. You Really WanNa do some project that you can't you're dying to do. He was not on my radar Other than being a musician that I was in love with it. Who's music? I had grown up right But it kept bubbling up at being put in front of me in different ways. Really people mentioning it going eating what you should do and just out of nowhere just kind of out of nowhere a bunch of times and then I was working with another a couple riders on another project trying to get done and Had auditioned for something in the writers. The writers mentioned it and they said Oh. We're working on this with the family. we're actually trying to write this with the family and my Davis bio-pic and you should think about doing it and I was like. I don't like bio pics do cradle-to-grave kind of by. That's just kinda corner. I don't WanNa do that. It's hard to do. You can take three minutes in each. It's weird I missed it. I just active in Retha Franklin one but it was smart because they went front they it ends in seventy two and that's the smart way to just take that take a moment explode. The moment goes to and that's why I was trying to do with the movie like take this two days and time where he's stuck in this place am I gonNA. Is he ever going to get out of this place so I I was actually watching? The Rock and Roll Hall of fame and Mas was inducted in the rock and Roll Hall of fame his nephew. Vince Wilburn who's the producers on the thing interviewed necessity ever going to a movie about his life and he said Yeah Don cheadle is going to plan but you had no idea. No I wasn't GonNa for that and then it started coming in and people started. It started. Well what are you going to do? How are you going to say? I'm not I'M NOT He just made proclamation he. I haven't even met him or talked him. Yeah so then we met and got together and they sort of pitch their ideas for the movie and they were all kind of standard here. Bio-pics just wasn't interested right and by the time I was almost at my house. They're and meeting. I thought we'll nobody's going to do it the way I wanna do it unless I do it. Yeah and I called him back and he was saying I was about to call you and say nobody can do the thing that you're talking about doing unless you do it. And then a short ten years later it happened. Now is the family on board absolutely. Oh they dug it and what was I mean? I'm not saying there was a slam dunk. They were like in. I mean it was definitely a come to Jesus come to Don's trailer on House allies set and be like Yo what after they saw the script. I mean they were going. What is this GONNA BE? We're really trying to do. And how can you not include this? And how can you not include that includes that and it was like I get it and this is your your uncle your father this is you know. I ultimately want you guys to be down with this tape right. And if you're not that's fine walkaway from we don't have to do it right. I said but I don't think that any movie is going to be his legacy. Any move is going to be in his library. He is legacy is very difficult character. I'm saying I wanted the music and the expression like just exactly how you laid it out. It was my intention with it. I said I want to make a movie in the spirit of Miles Davis. I WanNa make a movie. That feels like him. Not just a movie. That's about what he did. Abcd this is what it feels like to be in that expression. That's what I'm trying to do that. Era that you picked the best. Because it's I jacked up out of his mind. He may never come. You may never play and he cannot play. Vince said the first time after that period. Yeah when he heard play that scene at the end when he's playing he said he couldn't produce sound and he said it he just cried like a baby In malls looked at him. Like don't fucking cry. You know like. Don't pity me right. And what what was the record that we pulled him out of the man with the Horn. That was his first thing out and then he went on that. We want miles tour. That's when I actually saw mouths I also how the hat crazy salmon red rocks so that was when the horn was way out. There he added kind of you know who's fucking with it with the laying down the wall off but I mean the Wa wa. He'd introduced the right but he was. It was it was banned. That was just Mike Stern and Harvey Mason and another Bill Evans. Not that Bill Evans. But the bill in played was Marcus. Allen Marcus Miller Miller not yeah yeah I saw. Marcus Miller do An evening of miles at Lincoln Center recently of Electric Miles. It's pretty great. That's pretty great. Yeah he markets. Were very close collaborators. Yeah in two. I don't see a lot of a lot of the a lot of jazz but what I love about A. Watching jazz like if you get a bunch of guys if they're and they're doing this thing and you got a few different warren players and they're laying down the base of of of miles. Riff is that like. There's no other music where doodle step up and do his thing and get out. They're standing around kind of looking at their horn. It is in outer space. And they're kind of like you know fucking around kind of like that's so miles. Esq He used to let Coltrane's Solo for ten minutes. Yeah yeah and they were like. Why are you letting this go? Why are you letting him do that? Cosby? He's looking for something searching for something. Let me go man. Oh my God. It's so wild. 'cause I've been listening to lately. I mean that's but he did get so far out there. Yes he did right. Yeah 'cause I never put it together. Loneliest monk I think really opened him up he said Momma started it but when you start playing when monk just let him go like bananas. It's so weird. Because he he stopped a dope early on like Coltrane did like you know early. He's with between him and miles and miles kicked him out of his for Dope Brighton. Yeah 'cause I watched that documentary and then and then he goes on to sort of like all right. If there's no dope and I gotTA GET THEIR SPIRIT. I'm going way Alan one right and some of that. Some of the the concert footage of him towards the end of his life he was. It's out there man like you really gotta be on board to hold onto that. I mean in the amount of music that these guys have you know the amount of its classical music on the fly right. I mean I like being able to. Yeah play these changes in you know milliseconds crazy and bring all of that music in quoting classical. They can quote classical stuff playing. Got All the classical shit. I grew up plan right. Yeah that's that's how I learned. I know yeah yes because some people that when I was doing this new now when you talk about miles they don't know miles pre the electric stuff didn't know the BEBOP. She didn't have any of that stuff in there. Other guys who like. That's when we stopped when he went electric. That's when we got on the bus So it's a very bifurcated sometime sort of miles fan base out there. It's a lot of death. Metal dudes nodia quote miles. Sure no shit. Yeah I've been that moment on the electric and I really like Mazda so when you when you're out here cal art and your bone your mind. You're learning how to you know. Stage Combat Tai Chi Mushrooms. And you knew about Huda Haagen going in but was there a WHO is the teacher? There was the basis of your acting education. And all of the instructors there. Did you did both a lot of the instructors would actually direct as well okay Everyone was involved. Owns involve real conservative culture. Stormont Libby apple is still out there. No do you ever. I'm on the board so I go okay but I loved the school. I love the conservatory. Nature of it. I love the just being completely consumed by you know all the on no other you need to learn anything I mean. I wish I had taken advantage of everything that the school had offer. Not there was a ton of time to do it. But you know and not that even at that time that they have any real interdisciplinary sort of programs. Everyone was sort of balkanize known thing that they did right but it would have been great. It would have been great to go back there and really get into the music program you know. They have a world music festival every year. That's like mind blowing. Yeah I know in dance. School is amazing. While Alvin Ailey comes through and you just you just. There's so many things happening at that school at any given moment. I don't take in enough dance. Do you not enough. No but I take in some. Yeah I don't eat a whole other world all these things are this other world but it's it's so vital and make when you watch you get you don't even know why you get moved. Yeah because I think at that level when you see when you see professionals doing it at that level. It's all kind of the same thing by any means. I'm not saying that visual artists things dancing. Yeah Sendings Acting. But when people are at their highest sort of you know the apotheosis of whatever they're just translates you just there's that they've done the work. The paid the dues and now they are an instrument of whatever it is they are doing and they're controlling it to you. Exactly you can feel it right exactly. Yeah Yeah Man. I mean that's something to be said about that because there's a lot of fucking amateurs around one hundred..
"don cheadle" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"What's happening? I'm Marc Maron. This is my podcast. Wpf welcome to wait. I'm feeling better. I'm feeling almost one hundred percent. I don't know what to attribute that to. I told you last episode what was going on and what I was taken and how I was handling it today on the show Don cheadle Don cheadle is on the show today. Don cheadle WHO's I guess there's a new season of black Monday on showtime season. Two premiering March fifteenth. This Sunday ten PM. We talked about a lot of stuff. Good stories some great stories. Great Guy I like before. Chico came in I had a deep place. Because he's highly allergic. I was told there's been no cats out here but there was a pillow that was a pillow that Buster kind of made his own. That dander is it he dander. Is THE CAT. Dander IS HE BUSTER. Is it the pillow? That's on the seat of the chair over there. And so I- wash adn I didn't end up putting their anyways. They want anyone who don't want anyone's throat to close up but oddly no allergic problems but the fucking power went out man. The power went out in this place. And I don't know how everything didn't get lost because we were forty minutes in but I think it's because they have one of these towers that plug into you know we plug that into the wall and it's got like a built in battery trip going one of those things where it's like this giant thing the plug into like a power strip times twenty. But it's got a battery in it and I think that saved us. I think that. Say The cheadle Merrin discussion. I got a lot of tech in here. Man if I think about it I got the headphone amp got backup. I got the e PM. Six mixer here got a got that apple I nine backup drives so we don't lose anything. I got the Google Assistant to help me out with with stuff during the intros that that ought to be fun right. See what happens with that Tuesday night man? I'll be going to do the Bon Scott tribute where the fuck is that. Happening man the Avalon. I Dunno go to Dean del Rey Dot com the Bon Scott tribute. There's might be a couple of tickets left Let me ask. Hey Google Where is the Dean del Rey Bond Scott Tribute Dean del Rey's tribute to von Scott of ACDC comedy in rock show is located in the Avalon? Hollywood there you go my special N Times Fun Premieres Tomorrow and I guess maybe I am not as look. I'm nervous about it because I I'd like people to see it and I'd like a broad swath of people to see it put about two years of work into these special and weaving it together. So everything sort of connection hangs together like a singular piece. I recorded in a beautiful little theater downtown. La and I gotta be honest with you if if this doesn't provoke something in somebody in a large way. Then I quit. My relevance is in question not because I'm trying to just I watched it again and I realized like in my own sort of a smooth way. I kind of seek to push buttons on all levels in all directions but I. I'm doing it in a in a sweet way and I don't and stuff on this some of this shit in the specialist pretty pretty heavy. It's pretty over the top. The closer is a is almost operatic in its construction and I just I guess when you do something in this day and age like special you wanted to land man you know I just want it and I don't. I know you guys listen to me in. You know that it's going to be on by wanted to go out there and in a big way and we'll see what happens. I guess I've done all I can. I think I think I've done all I can. I think I'm going to ask a couple of my buddies to maybe put it out. Help me tweet it out there. I'd like I'd like to hear the opinion of Jason Cinnamon over there at the New York Times just to because it's not even that it's it's the promotion thing. I like critics to deal with it so I can get a sense of it. I respect intelligent critics. And if they are actual critics in not just reviewers. I can learn something about what I've done. I don't really know what I've done. Even when I sent a link to Brendan McDonald. The producer of this. Show my business partner. Who who is known me forever and see me through a lot of different material. His take on some of this stuff I did in the special was a way of looking at it that I hadn't looked at it. There was something that he saw and I think it's in there but I like the fact that I I put this stuff together. I put it out there and I really. I can't see it the way you guys to react to it. The way you guys reacted all I know is. I'm thrilled that it's going to be out there tomorrow. I'm excited to hear what people think about it. You Know Hey. Do you have a lawn? I do I have a lawn and you know what lawns can be pretty bad. If you're not treating them while they start to look like crap really fast but on the flip side. 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Katzenberg, Jeffrey Free And Ten Minute discussed on The Frame
"You wanna watch a movie would you rather watch it at home or in a movie theater how about another option watching that film on your smartphone but not all that one's rather in one ten minutes snippet a day that's jeffrey free katzenberg thinking behind his short form mobile video platform currently in the works it's called quimby in the name of short quick bites there's still a lot of questions about how it all work before its launch next year but so far quimby has been able raised more than a billion dollars in drawing some top creative talent laying low way senior tv writer at variety has been looking into what ob excitement is about quitting doesn't launch for almost another year actually it'll come out in april twenty twenty twenty but i think the reason why everybody is so hyped up about it is because you've got to story leaders one from tech meg whitman former e b and hewlett packard ceo and this giant of industry jeffrey katzenberg who was at one time the head of dreamworks and walt disney studios and he's really the reason why people are so excited about it right people are excited about it because he's excited about it people believe in because he believed in it he's been selling the service as eight mobile platform that allows these quick bites which is what could be a short for short form content that'll have premium serialized scripted content unscripted content news news and sports and it'll be released in these five to ten minute chunks daily andy idea is that when you're waiting for coffee or you have a dull moment in your day those times when you're whipping out your phone and you're looking at twitter or facebook or something else and you're just putting around phone instead of doing that you'll go quickly and you'll watch five minutes of a sand rainy horror anthology or ten minutes of an anna kendrick buddy comedy instead so he has raised i think more then a billion dollars to fund this and right now it seems like he has attracted some really interesting talent to make content frequency i was in a van a couple of weeks ago where i ran into antwon fuqua who were a lot of people know from the training day movie he's also made the equalizer with denzel washington and he was producing a movie frequency and he was telling me that it was very attractive even though i think this movie was gonna be caught up into ten minute chunks what is jeffries pitch been to the creative community would be paid responding to well a big part of the appeal for creators is he intellectual property because the way it's format it would be will exclusively license their projects for seven years but after the first two years be rights revert back to beans creators and filmmaker so they'll be able to go and repackage this series they'll be able to hopefully seamlessly thread together all of these five to ten minute chunks of these stories and repackage package them as a feature film as a two and a half hour project but they could then go sell to another service so that's really attractive thing and also again there's just see appeal of katzenberg himself because he has been so successful in this industry i mean an wants so i told me that sitting down with jeffrey katzenberg is like sitting down with the godfather yeah although if you look at some of the movies he made at the walt disney company and some of his animated movies there are some questions about jeffrey storytelling taste will save that conversation for something what is the financial model because a lot of people right now are thinking about disconnecting subscriptions that they might have to their cable or satellite company or who were netflix so how are they trying to position it financially and what do they expect you people so they'll be selling two versions of quip me they'll be ad supported version for five dollars a month and any ad free version for seven dollars a month and it sounds like a small amounts but you also consider that people are i don't know if they're near saturation but there are certainly so many different streaming platforms out there you've got netflix and amazon and who and all of these different subscription services that people are already paying for so that even when you cut the cord you've got sometimes a hefty bill at the end of the month when you combine all these so that'll be a real test will be deceived they can break through that barrier and get people to fork over five to seven bucks a month for this of of course they're bringing some real alias talent and that's where their strength wli again you've got a project from kia motors del toro don cheadle liam hemsworth a you know tyra banks chrissy teagan and you know i think the other question here is also whether there will be on de creator side resale value for them after they were allowed to take their project off of quickly or after they're allowed to repackage their project from could be and sell it to a different platform so if there are detractors in town or at least doubters what would you say is a consistent question that they have about quickly what is gonna be the obstacles to its success there are a couple of different questions that came up in are reporting one of them is do people want this model people were still used to benching on tv these days when you're going to netflix their whole thing is the bench model and it's this also isn't appointment tv it's sort sort of a a daily thing that comes on five ten minutes a day but what if i want to watch the whole movie so in that case do i just wait for a month for all of these daily releases it come on the service and then say binge watch them all anyway on a saturday afternoon a so that's definitely a very unique model that hasn't really been done before another question that people have is people are so used to getting something for nothing specially from a mobile device store people going to be willing to fork over five and seven bucks a month for quickey a get another question is will the viewership justify the cost there are some really high numbers that were being thrown around a believe entrances what's project is gonna cost about fifteen million dollars which is certainly more than you could say for a lot of other short for mobile video out there andy clippings model is subscriptions an ad revenue and that's how they're planning on monetize ing they're stored as a but it'll be interesting to see whether these dubs an ad revenue justify be amount that they're investing
Tom Holland, Peter Parker And One Hundred Percent discussed on Guy Gordon
"The newest spider man is is out spider man far from home and Tom Holland who plays Peter Parker slash spider man arm was asked about his I guess future within the the spider man spectrum and somebody asked him he would be okay with spider man slash Peter Parker being gay and he said yes of course I can't talk about the future of the character because honestly I don't know it's out of my hands but I do know a lot about the future of Marvel and they're going to be representing lots of different people in the next few years and in case you don't know the background of this the people that basically run the Marvel studios Marvel studios boss Kevin feed I believe that's how you pronounce it I'm not one hundred percent sure has been promising that L. G. B. T. cute characters are coming to the Marvel cinematic universe captain Marvel I think is really making that push yeah isn't that the big rumor that that that that's what it's going to be and now now there's the spider man rumor whatever what what was interesting to me is is what Tom Holland the actor who played spider man I added to all of this quote the world isn't as simple as a straight white guy it doesn't end there and these films need to represent more than one type of person okay fair enough but I guess Mike is somebody who seen everyone of these movies and most of these movies multiple times considering I have a nineteen year old son and a fourteen year old daughter aren't the right one all of non white straight guys in the movies now are are they are they suggesting there needs to be a more prominent role per se is is that what I'm I mean yeah that's what it sounds like they're saying I mean off the top of my head like I said the only big L. G. B. T. Q. representation I think right now is captain Marvel don Cheadle I forgot who he plays in the Avengers I'm so there's a few but there were not many war machine war machine you know what I did it's funny you say that because he you and I did not talk about this during the break I wrote down all the characters that I know in the M. C. U. that do not fall under the straight white white guy umbrella the agent one Chaudhry what Hopin Val creek good moral Black Panther captain Marvel Black Widow war machine a Korea Maximoff pepperpot Stoessel ones are just came off the top of my head and soul again I was I think I was coming out love that fourteen yeah and you know what this isn't the first time they that they've toyed with the idea of doing this with spider man I remember that there was a big push to get don Glover to play spider man a few years back yeah and it
Andrew Rannells talks 'Black Monday'
"Thrilled today because Andrew rannells. My guest is not only in black Monday on Showtime, you so I've been book a Mormon girls we were just talking about Falsettoes your hero of mine and come on. Oh, I'm real ten. I'm so happy to be here. Thank you for having me. So look it will never get better than this. I think there's nothing left. This is my finally this is it. I'm retiring after this. Let's start with what's the newest black Monday on Showtime. So it's just you again, even though it set, I'm sure before you, even drew breath. Now now, it's I mean, I was I was a kid at the time. Seventy seven was not really aware of the stock market crash of nineteen seven when I was that age. So so it was very interesting to sort of learn about all of that. And what repercussions that had? But this story is it's Don Cheadle and Regina hall. And I. And we are the sort of ragtag group of traders who work for. A lower financial firm on Wall Street, and they're really trying to make a name for themselves. And it sounds so professional as you describe it. Well, I mean, you said ragtag ragtag these people are basically insane. They're pretty nuts. Yeah. They really they don't know. They don't know abound. Are I think that the this time in this world and particular in the financial world of the eighties in New York? There was a lot of excess and a lot of celebration of excess. And I think we really leaned into that quite a bit with this show. It's very strange because your character Blair is excuse the expression the straightest. Yeah. Of the characters on this show, which is really fun to get to do. I mean, I really haven't gotten to do that since the book of Mormon really that was the last time I sort of got to play that up tight guy, and it's fun. I enjoy doing that. I enjoy I mean don's characters is larger than life. And it's really does some crazy crazy things. And was it's. I really enjoy getting to be the straight guy who has to be there to witness all of this insanity. I get to do some crazy stuff later. But we do a good job of sort of topping ourselves with every episode to see how how far we can get because the other things so we're leading up to the stock market crash. But it really is about this group of people and how they're sort of individual petty, greedy actions have these larger this larger effect on the the world of finance, and it's, but it's about this human interaction that gets very messy between these people. Well, you sort of discovering things about yourself your character, aren't you especially cocaine there's like cocaine it had a major affect on him. Yeah. He really takes too easily. Ooh. You know? We've come a we've all been there. You know? It's funny. I got to sort of be the I mean, Don by far would be the expert because of his role in boogie nights. I think he really obviously did a lot of cocaine, but I have done a lot of fake cocaine because we did it. I did it often on girls so girls head to what is the fake. It's vitamin B powder. Offset so hard to believe it sounds so healthy. I know, but if we did as much as we actually do I wouldn't be here. I'd be dead. I would have had a heart attack. But I thought actors did everything for their art. No, I come on. You've worked with so many people even Robert deniro I did work with Robert in. And I sure that had he been playing this part winning. Yes, I'm probably he would have doubled down. He would if I let you down Mr. barrow, Bob Bosley. You wanted to be called Bob I called him. Mr. Niro, I think a wise personal choice. Right. I I didn't really know how to behave with him. And we worked together we didn't have a ton of scenes together, but we were often onset together. And I just never knew how to behave because Nancy Meyers the director told me she was like he doesn't like to talk about his career. So don't start asking him questions about like raging bull. Don't that's not cool. So then you'd find yourself like next to Robert deniro trying to make small talk. And I just out of like panic would start cursing a lot of hot other four. She will scorcher. What is that air conditioning? I turn into like a lunatic. And he I that was the only way I could. And I'm sure that just in dear. I'm sure well, what's that Cupido looking guy to cursing his face based off? Yeah, I'm sure he'd loved it before you had done black Monday. Yeah. Darned, Cheeto, Regina hall. Did. You know, these people. No, I met Don when became see the book of Mormon, but was just a huge Mirer of his but never worked with them in Regina the same. Like, we I've been a fan of hers for a very long time. But we never crossed paths before. So you know, pilots are weird because you you get dropped into this group of people that you have to you have to bond and create this thing with very quickly. And then see what happens in your sort of still figuring out like who are these characters. What is the story? And what are we doing? And in a way that you don't even really experience in theatre. Although sometimes you get those jobs that are just a couple of weeks long, or whatever, and you sort of have to you come together very quickly, but the stakes are a little lower. When you're doing a television show like this, you really have to just double down and hope that you're making the right choices. But luckily, the three of us and Paul Shearer and Horatio Sanz and. You know, great supporting cast that that really just jumped in altogether.
"don cheadle" Discussed on The View
"What's filming scenes in the times, we're living in but depicted back. Gosh. You know, let me just say the guys on the show make it so easy. But it is incredible to see how maybe how far we've come. And how far we haven't come. We have a great. We have a great. Can. I say great episode about are you could kind of turn round. Yeah. We talk around. But we it is a dressed in the show and sexual harassment seminar. That is one of the first sexual harassment seminars. And why the characters even when they say sexual harassment. He's like what is what? Yet. It was the eighties eighty remember some of. A line. And then the character says, and it's a comedy. He says, you know, obviously, you can say anything, right, but there's nine designated touch. Yes. And he goes, I mean, it's over the top eleven. To do the research to see what interesting crazy ten routine. A you are friends with another incredible. Actress Regina king. I love you opposite. But fans of actually mixed the two of you up. Yeah. Would like miss king can happen. Picture already. I actually literally when my agent said, John I was like, no. That was no message from Don Cheadle, and I had met Don. But I didn't know him. I said this a message cheat on us. I think he I think he meant Regina king 'cause she's at the same agency. So I was like it was me. But yes, she gets. Yes. She's on a Gino. She's won her. Yeah. Emmys Goldie gotten gifts gifts. Accepting war. I walked out on stage as Regina king. Take her ward. Look. This woman here, you don't realize that she is one of the great comedians. So yeah. One of the great comedians who whose time it is right now. So thank you for making it this routine. Thanks for making. Who is on his magnificent on his magnificent. But I think oftentimes actors here at more than people who are funny, I know who are funny. And so I just wanted to to say that because funny people often are great drama people black Monday, premiers. On so talk, and you watch it. Check your local listings. Tomorrow kick off your weekend with field with bride on your deal. Is he the Democrats best chance to win back the White House Obama's former housing cheap? Leon Castro is live on the view to lay out his plan to take on Trump in twenty twenty. We are. We are somewhere that you chose to watch us. We're so glad that you chose to join us we want you all have a great day and
"don cheadle" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"On Sunday, Don Cheadle and Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday. Followed by the third season premiere of Frankie Shaw's comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime. And that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. media networks, they speed America's First News this morning with your host, Gordon Deal deadly ambush in Syria. Good morning, I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January seventeen thanks for joining us. Here's what's up this hour. Four Americans have been killed after a bomb attack by ISIS fighters in northern Syria. That's intensified talks about plans to withdraw US troops. A twenty one year old Georgia man has been arrested by undercover FBI agents for plotting to blast his way into the White House with an antitank weapon should the state of the union address be delayed because of the government shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks so and why we could be paying more in taxes. This year realistically, the federal tax change landscape is going to be pretty quiet. However, a lot of state legislatures are likely to be looking at in passing new state taxes on a variety of issues. Ross wiles at the Arizona Republic on facing more. Uncommon online sales taxes in twenty nineteen his report in about twenty minutes. At least four Americans have been killed.
"don cheadle" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Let me see. I don't know, man. I'd find something else to do. Maybe not this Corey. Stay busy. I don't know. How long even keep going? I mean, I don't know keeping going along as I can. But we'll see we'll see what things go. We don't have any plans stop in. No. So don't get your friends to subscribe. So it never happens. Yeah. Exactly. If you don't have friends, make friends and then. And then they will not be your friends from high school. You haven't talked to in ten years. I've been getting hit up with people with here mid scheme so much. That's crazy. Season for it's almost like they had died off for years. I hadn't heard of while. I've had three people in the last month. Maybe it's the beard, man. They're like, oh, we can get him with that fucking. Suddenly, I got this career opportunity. Got a job to got a question here. Okay. Here's. This would make sense if I was actually if I was actually replaced by by what Don Cheadle terrace towers replaced by Terence Howard, Martin you could do this. Boy, right here. Thank you to junior sides made it. Yeah. Yeah. His name is getting his name wasn't clear it territory. That's his last one feel more. Hey, guys Zeya here. Want to ask you some advice about getting my stuff out there to get the attention from studios in stuff about saying stuff? Here's a link to a website on wicks. I like to get some feedback. If you have some time also did you work on one brothers animated films from the late nineties, like cats, don't dance quest for Camelot. If so what was it like working on the I mar reminded me the other day that I worked briefly on something like we were trying to win a project from that. Coconut project coconut coconut, Fred? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Coconut fresh fruit salad. Island. Sound like just the name lawyer tonight coconut Fred get sued for that name. I think I did a little something on quest for Camelot. Maybe again, it was something like trace something I'll work on that the studio. Yeah, we got we got some work for quest. Kamli? Actually, I actually have forgotten about that. I think I traced like a leaf our plant something I didn't I didn't do too much. Just like Space Jam so, but I was there when it was happening. And when it happened at our studio, it wasn't a big deal because we weren't getting the carrot data mation stuff. I think maybe maybe if somebody did it was given a one guy just short scene falling into shit. Thanks to affect SATA mation water shadows. And things like that just something where they they. They would give their smallest out to studios that could do a quick turnaround on those things stuff that the main studio didn't want to do. So we would get those kind of things that was the same Space Jam. So I might have worked on Camelot. But if I did it was nothing. Again, maybe it was a leaf something. Okay. So from this point forward, your wicked pedia page can be corrected to say you also wrote and directed. A lot. Yes. Yes. We're trying to get quest for Camelot to passion project for you. We're trying to get LeBron James, and we already have. I'm looking at his work, just real quick work. I think he has early route back. She looked to stuff. Oh, yeah. I've seen this guy stuff. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Early. Rough back. You're right. Oh, yeah. See this guy stuff on Instagram a lot, right? He's always tagging us. Yeah. That's really good. Yeah. Yeah. Some feedback. Thank you, black and white stuff. I like you sketch stuff. But I think some of the other things I would take some stuff out the one I'm looking at some things here that looks like things you drew with. The magic markers are sharpie. Can't take those things out. Yeah..
"don cheadle" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"Sister sister blacks do crack already yeah they already deserves a lot of credit for getting a punchline out with what what he's he's three times as hard as you would have normally hidden figures celebratory teammates and coaches reference at the two thousand six movie whatever you reading it aloud like your head there seventeen go back to the picture again the fuck out of here that sister sister juliana from a different world and don cheadle warmachine got skinny but he's fucking still kicking assar so what happened what have they control i'll read it for you good go well it's interesting insurance office enter net for where users push oaks now so what people on their star just shitting on them on four chan we're about to do to these young blackjacks i'm doing that at all you're not gonna make fun of young black female scientists can't do so many things wrong with that sentence scientists female scientists black scientists converting your water fountain drinking to let their phone get the lead out of the black water drinking fountains i think the story is actually a little more interesting than what the washington post is putting up right all story and also there was no lead in the water around how would that girl have that here like that i think it'd be those story we did the story is going to be with the people are saying about them give us more info on this because we don't know bobby fucking you give us some hair reduction to a story it was my fault you know.
"don cheadle" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Five and eight hundred seventy seven one five just letting you know there's really not that big of a line between a mall and a restaurant i think if i was like even on that level i just feel like i would always want people to say hey or or even and maybe that just gets old coming from a person who's not really famous but i just think he would always be nice i think you'll be nice to be at a medium level of fame like i'm trying to think of who would be i don't know who like don cheadle he's a listener but like probably it's worse to be howard stern than it is don cheadle right because you stern your so recognizable you can't literally you can't go anywhere without being mobbed your fans are crazy hyper passionate a nice level of like you could walk around and people go respectfully good day to you sir enjoy your product or service that would be ideal but howard stern level of tom hanks level can you imagine not being able to do anything at all horribly inconvenient millions of dollars the thing convenience you got security dollars who wants to go to publix anyway i like to go to grab a lot who what good hey i grew up in orlando the pine hills area crime hills what up hey crying meals and grew up in the eighties and you know with the parenting thing you were talking about in utah you know my my mom would lock the door during the summers in and say don't come back 'til the lights come on in and you know you know the days of walking to school i remember five years old walking you know to come alimentary school so it's kinda interesting how my mom would probably be arrested for half the three sam we turned out able at the bone online dot com and the bone biker bar we appreciate you very much friend and we appreciate you sponsoring that portion of our website drew a live alot yes go ahead.
Don Cheadle: 'Avengers' is More Than Just Action
"The latest in the avengers series avengers infinity war stars robert downey junior chris evans and elizabeth olsen among many others the avengers attempt to defeat the evil villain thanos in this adventure he's bent on destroying the universe and don cheadle who plays war machine says the avengers movies are more than just non stop action there's always a lot of candy and spectacular fights and really amazing things that we see on screen and then it comes down to these characters in their interpersonal situations end their personal journeys that they have it's at the movies this weekend thank you bill thank you you're listening to reporter's roundup greg another one for you another airplane yet this one's in philly ask really quickly were you mainly chance on that plane he spent those white knuckle minutes writing notes goodbyes to his pregnant wife she's in her third trimester and his unborn baby our and heroin in the skies over philadelphia on the new episode of the kyw original podcast scroll down ws tom rickard makes the show joins us on the round of now tom the disaster on southwest flight thirteen eighty on the podcast this week and in we've all heard the story on the news but on the podcast we wanted to tell the stories of the individual people who went through this the woman who reached over to hold the hand of a terrified girl next to her and the man who wrote a letter to his unborn child because he thought he would it make it through the next fifteen minutes there are some powerful very human stories here you can listen to them on the radio dot com app apple podcasts wherever you normally listen.
"don cheadle" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"I go to and jimmy buffett isn't there that's not heaven for me flipside if there is a heaven the jimmy buffett goes to and he's got some portly lad trying to shove a guitar into his hands he'll he'll play boat drinks 24 on i had a rare that's not having very i i flipside flipside i'm at the breakfast buffet because you know it's done fucking like great wall of china the breakfast buffet in heaven everything you have renounced buffet jesus please us is also up there and he's great act actually the name of the breakfast buffet jesus please us and then europe there any you're on the breakfast buffet near to wait in line that's a short line and who's at next to you in the line don cheadle and you're like oh why don't you to let's cool but i don't really know what is your di did you pass it well now in the few did i tried i'm saying it's uncomfortable sometimes when you see a slab and you don't know how to interact with them if i see don cheat all the breakfast buffet and have an edgy says please us that's give me uncomfortable for me like i don't i don't necessarily want to interact with celebrities day in day out because i like it don't you think of it don't you think of and that that that a little bit their discomfort is like this is my when i ever gonna see don cheadle again but in heaven fat answer is i dunno win ever like forever wanna see don cheadle i guess yes i like that idea of like i don't feel like talking to don cheadle now i'll do it any other time in the infinite expanse of forever whoa whoa whoa is this the five people you get to mean heaven is this like you have to pick the five celebs that like in half that were harun is that i may is about i may have misunderstood the i didn't think that was the five people you get to me and have a reputation it was a book ennahda application that not likely that out there saint peter's like you got five five and k gone laminate the lives mi right because there and have you change.