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Selena And Abraham

Latino USA

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Selena And Abraham

"In early march twenty twenty. I was on a plane on my way from boston. to corpus. christi. Texas selena's hometown. It was the early days of twenty twenty the before the country was still flying. People were still out in the street. I'd gone dancing the night before albeit a hand sanitizer on every ten minutes so i was tired on the plane but i couldn't sleep. I was ansi. My stomach was in knots and it wasn't just because of the impending pandemic. I was on my way to a month long reporting trip in texas interviewing scholars fans and all kinds of people for this podcast. Accept this podcast. Of course didn't exist yet and that's because the whole theme hinged on the first leg of this trip this is when i hope to meet with abraham gained nia salinas fall who's notoriously protective of her image and music. I'd hope to land an interview with him and also ask him to let us license some of selena's songs for the podcast. My is thinking was no music rights. No podcast before this plane right to texas. Our producers have been working on securing those music rights for a few months. We'd had to wrangle all these parties songwriters record labels small publishers and convinced them that the project was worthy of selena's music. But i knew that the final deciding yes or no would come from. Selena's family manage to reach selena's father abraham on the phone a couple of times before he wasn't really interested in interviews said too many reporters had asked him to many foolish questions. I told him. Oh this podcast. It's an oh to selena. It's rooted in love. I wanna show her legacies true impact and he was like everyone wants to do that when he heard disappointment in my voice. He told me not to feel bad. He rejected journalists every day. Meanwhile i heard from the record label. They said selena's family would not approve our request to license her music. I tried reaching abraham again. I emailed him left two messages. Nothing so back on the plane. I wondered how things would go down. Abraham knew when i'd be in corpus christi but he'd stopped short of setting an official meeting with me either way. I felt like i had to at least try to talk to him. But i felt this apprehension. This like skittish feeling. I've been a journalist for fifteen years. I've met plenty of people who make me nervous but this fell like there was so much more at stake yes to some degree because of the music rights to some degree because of his famous temper but really it was because abraham felt like such a big part of selena's story a foundational part. He wasn't just her father. He was her manager. Her mentor and selena. Talked about him all the time. My influences were. I would say oh my father. My father used to have a ban the way back. When and i guess it's where we get the musical talent brahmin and i don't really remember seeing or hearing about salina's mom allah growing up. But i remember knowing. About abraham. I was eleven. In nineteen ninety seven when the selena bio pic came out edward james olmos portrays abraham opposite of a young jennifer lopez. Selena

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

16:53 min | 2 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Welcome fours talk or we're not really horse. We just like word play. Welcome to Horse Talk. I'm Sharon and I'm Melinda and today we're GONNA be talking with actor Douglas Spain. He's acted in over sixty films and TV series including the HBO Mini Series Band of Brothers. The film's permanent midnight. Alongside Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. The reading room with James Earl Jones and twelve. Angry men with Jack Lemmon and George C Scott. He received critical praise and a nineteen ninety. Eight independent spirit or nomination for best debut performance for the movie star maps which Spencer and I watched a couple of weeks ago. And we thought you're a terrific and we can see Y. You're nominated for an independent spirit award while he's checked it out. That's awesome thank you we did. It was really good. We liked it. We liked it a lot. Actually well thank you. Yeah yeah that's A. That's a film that I actually watched with a friend A few nights ago as well and now. It's not as edgy. As it was twenty. Five years ago GONNA came out. There shows like weeds shameless. That are in the same tone but back then. The tone of film was very rare. I can see that. Yeah I It had kind of like a I'm a big fan of my own private And I don't know if you've seen that but it it. It definitely had like those same vibes and I know that That film is well was very like controversial for its time and they current came out around the around the same time period. I believe so. Yes but yeah for anyone who is listening who has not seen star maps. I would recommend checking that out. I think this generation has the stomach for it now and you've worked with many other amazing performers and artists such as Kate Hudson Albert Finney Edward James Olmos who is one of Minnie's personal favorites. He is yes. And now you have a new horror. Movie called the ascent which all three of us have watched it was released back in January. And you have another film that just came out called love on the rise which you're in with my friend manned goodyear what's up. Amanda what's up? Amanda I have the hots for a man in the film she her and I used to waitress together. And she she's been on our show as well Yeah she's great she is. You'll have to tell us about your crush on her. So welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having me. This is exciting since this podcast is mostly about horror movies for. Let's talk about your new film the ascent so basically you know. Tell us a little bit. About what the movie is a bow? And what is your character like well? My character is a priest who works Side BY SIDE WITH FATHER. Lambert played by the talented Peter Jason. He had a performing exorcism that placed him in jail because the The child had died So I picked him up from jail and And then we go onto another case that we hear about where Rob Kaczynski Plays sort of single father. Who's struggling to take care of? His son and his son is going through an illness that he's unaware of and doesn't know so He calls us to come in and check or actually his baby sitter. 'cause played by Han Award. She comes in and says that. Something Weird's happening at the house. So it similar into one of my all time favorite horror films which is the exorcists except for instead of a mother. Daughter is a father and son and so we come. We RISE TO ANALYZE SON in father. Lambert's the one who decides that the boy is possessed in needs in exorcism and then it goes from there. There is a lot of really interesting creature feature a moment's that's one of the big aspects of the film that the director was aiming for you know sort of a exorcists meets creature feature kind of film so it's exciting. It was we. All three of US watched it. Yeah and we all enjoyed it and was this the first horror movie that you've made no necessarily. I did play another priest in another our film. is a long time ago with this one was made really well and And was exciting to to play because it was more of an exorcism the other one I was just a priest in the neighborhood no No exorcism just a lot of craziness so being in my own exorcist. Type of film was exciting to me. Because I'm a big fan of the exorcist. William freed gained whom I worked with in the film that you mentioned. Twelve angry men. He directed the remake. So I was. I felt like this was a nice little. I get to work with William Regan envy in an exorcist type of film not that he directed this. This was directed by Perry. Te'o so this is a whole new generation a whole new or with his version of xers. `ISMs I'd I wanNA talk more about the but since you mentioned it we were going to ask you what it was like to work with rankin since he is so iconic. Well as you mentioned there were there was liquid all star cast in twelve angry men. It was like twelve of the most talented actors at the time. And still to this day. In the William Freakin like I said I was a big fan of his and when I showed up on said I think it took me a moment I had met him in sort of a run through because they were rehearsing a lot so I had met him briefly in there. You know I was excited just to to meet Ozzie. Davis James Gandolfini Tony Danza Jack. Lemmon Edward James. Olmos was on this pictures. William Petersen and the beautiful wonderful talented. Mary McDonald she was the only email in almost male cast And she played the judge. Choose just wonderful. It wasn't until I got on the set and we started to film the first few takes that Will Freakin came over and gave me some direction and at that moment in time it was like. Oh shoot I just got directed by William Freaks had just froze but it works in the film. Because I am kind of lost in the sort of he wanted this sort of lost expression of not not guilty or not guilty kind of look and that's kind of where I was that space because I was being directed by one of my favorite directors so It worked but yeah I was. I was dying inside. I was and he was really good. He was very precise. So wow can very complimentary and also. I don't know if you're a battle star Galactica Fan but Mary McDonnell and Edward James Olmos. We're like the two leads and that's one of my favorite shows. Wow that's amazing. You've got to work with the president and the old man amazing. Yes I did. She's wonderful We we actually spent some time in Naples Florida for Film Festival. There I got to know her a little more her and her family and just to just to truly wonderful person and I think we even watched Fahrenheit nine eleven together because we ended up in the movie theater at the same time and we sat together. We held each other's hands Film kind of said she has. She's a she's wonderful. I'd love to work with her again and I did get to work with Edward James Olmos. He directed a film for. Hbo Back in two thousand five called walkout which was about the students who walked out in the sixties because the injustice in the school system in East Los Angeles and all around the country. So yeah like I said I've been very. I don't know if I said but I am very fortunate to work with such talented actors directors and stuff which I think all led me to hear too the ascent Nice segue just GonNa say. Yeah I I wanted to bring back to the ascent actually I thought it was a surprisingly refreshing. Take on the overdone exercises them genre particularly that discussions about like mental illness and the internal and external factors that can affect how we perceive reality First and foremost. What are your thoughts on demons possession and exorcisms no judgments either way? Here we're healthy skeptics. You know I think the joker tapped on that kind of reality as well you know. So it's it's something that's resonating in our time Which it's been around. You know sort of mental illness has been around for eons and I think now the horror element is sort of touching on that as well and this film does pursue that avenue. I'm not sure you know but watching this film. It does sort of bring up those questions in regards to is something a possession or is something a melt mental illness or what is it or or or are they classified incorrectly. You know So I think that's so a big factor I do believe that possession as possible and I'll explain. There's an article that I read a long time ago. that alcohol another. What's another name for? Alcohol spirits spirits. And I read this article that was talking about how alcohol is a portal for spirits to enter your body And I was really intrigued by it because I think it's possible where you get to a point that you're so vulnerable with You know with the consumption of alcohol that the more you drink the more you open that portal and there are times where people can behave differently or aren't themselves a lot of times and so that bears. The question is possession possible and I think that for children and stuff who might have some kind of trauma or anything they might be a lot more susceptible to possession and there's a lot of energy and spirits around. You know the things happen so I am a believer and that's why I don't drink as much so you don't get possessed so I don't get possessed because I think it as possible I mean you know there's conversations about blackouts where you you don't remember what you you've done and I think that might be the point in time where you are possessed where there is some something else has taken over your body because you're functioning. You're moving but you you're not recording. What's happening so it's possible in this film Kind of tackles. That question of you know does does a person get possessed and that's what Father Lambert and myself are to investigate You know now. The child does have all the symptoms that require an exorcism based on father. Lambert's investigation so we got to see a trying very hard not to get too much of the only because I hate spoilers. I don't want to spoil it too much but it does raise. That question of is Possession or demons are they real and I love the way that the director because he also wrote the script approached that topic. Yeah agreed what research if any did you do for this role the exorcist. I watched it over and over again so have we. The director had set me several books to read that talked about X. `SMS and and sort of the history of it so I- delve into those and They were insightful. Scary but very insightful. In just a and then just putting my hands in You know in the cast in the director in the script and allowing that to to convey the story are you religious or spiritual at all. Did you use any of your own Personal beliefs to bring that into your role as a priest? I grew up Catholic so I I did you know regards to the Church and how to me as a kid. They were always very creepy churches. They you know. The the sort of old would old buildings and only sunlight through through windows and So yeah I did kind of tap into those memories of that and also to to sort of give a mike character history in. Where did he come from? What was his background? Yeah I did. I did tap into my religious pass to sort of convey what I needed to through the character. Well as happens in excess `ISMs things do get a little messy in this film quite literally Without spoiling too much We're curious did you have fun getting covered in Gore and what? I'm assuming was fake blood or was it more grossing uncomfortable. I was excited a fim topic exorcism that I had been attached to for my whole life in wanted to to be a part of something like that so when the moment of performing the extra schism came up. I was excited. I know Because I knew all the elements that were going to going to take place I mean. I even posted several pictures of from behind the scenes of that experience. So yeah I was having a great time. We all were really enjoying it. It's always messy and stuff because you know but I don't know it's Kinda like you get to go out and play in the mud then you've got to clean it up. It was great. It was really like mostly raises. The questions of these sort of throwing up been being in pain all this stuffy especially because the script sort of walks down that path realism. You know and and weather whether any of this Israel or possible you you start to question you know a lot of situations where people get sick and stuff you know and and is it possession so it raises a lot of that kind of it just walks that that fine line of is this real or is this possible in being in being in that situation onset. I I did did ponder those questions a lot..

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"D. N. A. M. New York. young people are feeling anxious about the growing threat of climate change I definitely at first just kind of wallet in my own anxiety and was like oh wow so like there's nothing to do you like it's over I still have climbing vine on a daily basis I have nightmares about. and parents are struggling with their own fears about our planet's future. about the climate as are my children. the I would not encourage them to have children of their own I'm tending to Vega and today in the take away help kids and their parents are grappling with global warming but the new documentary looks back at the career of iconic Porter Rican actor Raul Julia we'll hear from the film's director and Julie as friend and colleague Edward James Olmos he was probably the foremost contemporary artists of Filipino culture that has ever been able to grace the planet don't go anywhere the take away we'll be right back after these headlines. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying the go shooters for General Motors and the United auto workers are back at the table in Detroit more than fifty thousand UAW members went on strike shortly after midnight from member station of U. K. A. R. in Lansing Michigan Abigail Sanski says you a W. workers on the picket line won't talk saying they want to remain unified with local leadership so they can go back to work as soon as possible. how to make Camaros and Cadillacs UAW workers pump their signs in the air when passing cars honk bill read is the president of the local six SO two chapter he says GM employees should receive the same benefits no matter whether their temporary second tier or senior it's difficult to work on the line across from somebody you know as making half the wages and don't have the same benefits that you have what they're doing the exact same job in a statement GM has said it presented a strong offered that improves wages and grows US jobs for NPR news I'm Abigail Sanski in Lansing. Russian president Vladimir Putin is offering to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia for additional protection after Saudi oil facilities were attacked over the weekend Putin propose the idea during a stop in on crow where he met with the leaders of Turkey and Iran the United States accuses Iran of carrying out the drone attacks on Saudi soil a claim that he Ron strongly denies British prime minister Boris Johnsons attempts to get the European Union to change its terms for the brexit deal her not going well despite his own upbeat assessments after meeting with the E. U. leaders in.

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Mr hoshi action station hi everybody welcome to building frankie pop culture i am frank alongside me as always the jamie bamber so my my edward james olmos bill how're you doing bill i'm doing well oh man you make you make me misspell fertilizer you really know back when we really go back and rewatch show you think it would hold up definitely certainly from a look some production point of view that show still looks like it it could be made right now but i think even if political metaphor is even probably even more relevant now than it was then yeah i i just like i i still have the bad taste in my mouth from how it ended yeah the last season in general enroll is i think we talked about this during the summit at sea off off podcast me and and good old john talked about it how that show is so much better when it was leaning into the political stuff and leaning away from the religious stuff and then they end of the show and lean so heavily into their religion and it was just got really confusing know even the you know hardcore watchers couldn't really understand what was happening with half the stuff so to this day i have no idea yeah i feel like as a as a as a as a whole the the series had some some of the best television moments ever i mean there is a couple of battle star galactica like panels at comecon like for its maybe its tenth anniversary something like that and listening to the writers and stuff and somebody actors i don't even think the people that wrote it really knew what the hell happened at the end yes so 'em she took us out so fourth of july 'em is pretty cool really sitting that on are back deck in there is like people shooting off fireworks like in a neighborhood around the corner of those people shooting off fireworks in my neighbor down the street we were just kind of like sitting on are deck watching everybody else's fireworks yeah and i was like i really want some fireworks so the next day after work on friday would be the next day 'em yesterday a i stopped at the cause you their legal by now in pennsylvania so i stopped at the fire workplace in about three hundred dollars with a fireworks in came home in those all excited so i had a friend come over in put the kids in my mom and my wife up to like the common space in her neighborhood in a which is like they were set in the other neighbors were setting off the night before we're setting setting off that kind of built up to from the smaller stuff that i brought to the bigger stuff that i bought 'em in the bigger stuff that i bought it was like amusement park grade fireworks works in they these fuckers were allowed they were loud when they launched and they were allowed when they displayed at the top you yeah so we're drinking or doing it to which is bad so any like kids listening to this 'em don't drink and set off fireworks don't do this at home so were doing it and i kind of lose track of time snow could start late this time of year so rupp they're starting late anyway anes while we're doing it there's like fireworks going off and another neighborhood down the street just as big as mine there's another set of fireworks going off and another neighborhood around the corner just as big as mine in his austin 'em so we're sitting there in it's like nine twentyone i remember 'cause i looked at my watch and shut off one of these boxes it just shoots off like twentyone rockets are in these two like these two like you're typical old 'em grumpy kerr magine see men with like zero testosterone left in their bodies with their big free in belize and big ass is like ship like donald duck come become like stopping up together like because of the guy's gonna stop stop stop so comes up and he's like all right guys enough at the fireworks and immediately i look at my watch like oh shit it is nine twenty so i go yeah no no worries man sorry about that in my head i'm like conversations over right but he had the guy i guess he worked up i guess he was like afraid to come confront me and he had like apparently i guess like worked up this speech in the mirror before he came over 'cause he had this speech ready and he was gonna like get it out of the jet yeah hidden agenda in i think also think he was completely pletely surprised that i was like so agreeable but like he brought his buddy what's i guess like that was his muscle in case things got you know so they came up and he's like if it's not approved by the h away and you can't be doing it on common ground and in the neighborhood in against pennsylvania state law which isn't true and i was like hey buddy i said okay and he was like it's getting away and he just kept going i was like dude i said it's all good i lost time all good and then he likes he likes in in the whole time he was talking and going through ishmael he was like looking at the ground he wouldn't even look at me him and his buddy like they stop off together like when they like and they stopped back to their to their a living like de in the in the karaj homes across the street from my neighborhood like all these old people if there's like people waiting in their driveway stirred i'm gonna come back and then they'll congregate in one of the driveways and they're like talking and we like we went over there and we told that son of a bitch and he was like yeah i'm sorry sir and i suck your deck and you're not gonna suck my dick in a you know so anyway so we went back in israel's all upset choose like they can't win are fun is about it's nine twenty it's all good we shouldn't be doing it anyway i lost track of time so let me get back to the garage in my buddy mike there and i'm drinking beers and i'm like you know it's gonna be really hard for those guys he's when they walk out on their front doorstep tomorrow morning and there's a big human shit right on there or am i gonna say yeah making enemy right yeah all right so anyway well before he got that brings me back to my best firework memory of view is standing on top of a car using eight firework that you're supposed to put on the ground like one of the mortar ones yeah that's what i was doing last night yeah more except you had over your shoulder like it wasn't rocket launcher after eagles won the nfc championship game yeah it which is in credit like you lucky did lose and here's something you like it nj while yourself or kill kill somebody or kill somebody correct yeah well that's what happened when you start drinking a six in the morning free six forty five games are kids don't drink from six in the morning till six forty five and shoot off fireworks over shoulder and without bill let's.

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

12:01 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Welcome back back. So one thing we're talking about right now is movies that we did not like in the theater, which then we later revisited, and they actually improved and we lacked better. So we'll start Metais. Well got two different ones here. But the, the one that I saw on theaters that I didn't really like didn't winner stand. It's kind of weird, the nutty professor. I didn't really appreciate it at the time. I think he came out around Christmas, those a family movie. We all went to it, and I was just like what the helmet watching Eddie Murphy, I was so confused. I didn't know what was happening, but then watching it later on understanding what was going on, like, oh, he was little. It was all those people. It was way more present to me as I in theaters. I didn't really care. I'd been liking it in theaters, actually, like, okay, but I didn't get a full grasp of it. And I was like, oh, that's actually pretty damn good movie. The opposite is flubber. I saw flubber in theaters. I hated it. And. All right. I didn't like it. Later on anyway. The other one, which is going to be kind of not on the same page here. But. This might be different podcast, two movies that shouldn't even have been on screen should just been straight to VHS DVD, not knocking this film, but it's no country for all men. I love the Coen brothers death that film was amazing. I did not need to watch that in theaters. No, I did not need to watch it. So when I was watching it in theaters. This is it's a great film. I loved to death. Wanna Oskar but ahead on the nation. Did it for screenplay best picture pitcher? It was amazing. But I to me, it wasn't a different podcast, but it wasn't a, a cinematic major motion picture before I didn't need to watch it on the screen. I've watched it tons of times, I bought the DVD. I've watched it on TV. I still love it. But I still like I remember it has a good ending. No spoiler alert. But it was like, I watch it with one of our friends Tim, and it ended, I was like that was a good movie. I was at home. That was like a great movie, I enjoyed the hell out of it was like there's no need for me to pay twelve dollars for this. I'm here and I was like, so probably different will talking about, but it was a great movie at the time that I was like, hey, this is really good. But I wasn't a fan right there of as being in theaters. But it was I could totally watch that on TV. Yeah. Yeah. But still, a great film. One that author about is the one that I watched this week actually that I saw in theaters when it came out was by steam seaward, and I remember, I don't, I don't think I was I don't think I disliked it, but I remember being extremely confused. And fuses. Good. Term of, like, I don't know what I watched you know, this, this was college era for me. And it's like I did, so this film school era and it's like man. I don't know. I don't know what this is. I don't know what to make this it was a very weird. It was a story by Stanley Kubrick being directed by Steven Spielberg. And if felt like a very at the time of oil and water combination of two of them and then I went back and watched it on that flex this week. And I was like this, I like this movie better. I think my initial reaction to have been about two and a half stars at five man. This might be three and a half. Now, you know, before it's a beautiful phone to look at man, it, just, I remember getting out of theaters like. Like. Getting that money back. I also Rabin Wong to. Yeah. It'd be film. Yeah. And that's it had a Lord of the rings number of endings guess it's Bill movies. They love scuba favorite director, his movies have that flaw. Sometimes the minority report type thing where it goes on for hundred fifty minutes. Yeah. You know, his his movies, honest, odd one hundred forty something minutes. You know, private Ryan hundred and eighty minutes. A lot of his movies can go on empire. The sun one hundred fifty something minutes. This has got to be disturbing. I remember these times. Yes. Respect. Kind of freak. Yeah. But, you know, his movies tend to go on longer that they need to he, he has that indulgence but at the same time, it's like, you know. I believe this point coming to certain director Ingley like I'm sure because like, oh, I can do whatever I want. I'm Mr. crouching tiger hidden dragon. I'm sure the spill kinda like I can do the fuck. I want if I'm going to add an extra thirty minutes of this, y'all can suck it, who's tell him. No. Because people are still in the film's angry having final cut Spielberg him the trash compactor. Yeah. So I mean that's the thing that people like Paul McCartney in all goes back to the Beatles. He ran into that his music career. He. People wouldn't tell them, no producers wouldn't stand up to him. So he mentally in solo career trying to find producers who would give him input and tell him now for sure. Yeah. But you said that was like a thought about is again. Spitak does have some long as movies. I like them. But, like honestly they're all good. I mean, homeless castaway, which was the meccas but yeah, it's wasn't mega. That was like I keep. Oh, thought that was Bill Burr but he's pro day. Use. His was it really super is like his mentor, you know that. Oh shit. That was probably one hundred forty minutes Plato Aristotle. Well, I didn't know robbers mega was his was his Persia they. Yeah. No, I don't think about that. They're keeping for that can't they can't. They weren't banging. Picks. Her didn't happen. But yeah, and so the Mexican movies can have that to that, that kind of long run. It makes sense, though. I remembered one from our previous segment. A movie that was dog shitting theaters, Josh trank fantastic. Four, which are used to pay for I bought another ticket to aunt man, and just walked in wanting to marvel an ant, man, my money and hopped into fantastic four and I'm glad I did because that was hot steaming pile of do do but to keep it on brand. With this one, I did not see this movie in theaters, but I saw in film school, then I'd heard great things the first time I saw blade runner. The original didn't love it. I was like this. This was the thing like the fuck is this got him. Unicorn that Edward James Olmos drop something. I what fuck having but after kind of like sitting on it and, and, you know, digesting it and watching it again. I'm like, all right. It's grown on me, but it's one of those classics on Mike. The who is who all is sniffing this directors asked like. But yeah, it's growing me a lot blade runner did. And I love the Ryan Gosling, one that came out with Harrison Ford. And of course, I love thirteenth warrior, the first time I saw it. I knew it was like a bail wolf knock off. So I was like, oh, there's going to be like a monster name Grendel, and there's going to be a big ask dragon here at some point in time. There was no fucking monster. Was fucking dragon. I was very put house like fuck is going on here. I haven't my. I mean catfish d- I promised to dragon and giant monster. Neither which was produced by decent drinking game around every time travel's brings up thirteenth warrior. Look, if you haven't seen it gentle viewer or listener, whatever go fuck yourself. Go watch thirteenth warrior. Do it now. Internal Bandera says go wash thirteenth warrior. Again. Which we need to do a podcast where we watch Gordon and big type e we owe and thirty four. And that's, that's a hell of a trio MAC and me. Mac and me for sure. I gotta do peanut butter solution or.

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"I was, but you know, today, you know, because the internet is ruined a lot of. You know surprise elements, and you know, for me, anyway, it's it's taken away. A lot of you know, like you said survivor there's things on YouTube. You can watch of, you know, behind the scenes, you know, where there were no behind the scenes back when I was watching superhero movies. Pro wrestling TV shows, you You know. know, left to the magic nation or. Yeah. Like, you know, Miami vice you know, there wasn't you know, really I mean that that was kinda the air of where those half hour gossip type shows were coming to the forefront. But I you couldn't really look up much about Don Johnson or Philip Michael Thomas. So you almost thought they really were Sonny Crockett Ricardo Tubbs. I mean, you knew they weren't. But like and the bad guys were like. You know, they look like bad guys, they weren't like supermodels or. Eat the bad guy in the pilot episode called the Rhone Miami. Vice was he looked like someone that would be a bad acumen with the gold teeth, and like, you know, now a days if they redid well, if Miami vice the movie was horrible. Because it was Colin Farrell as you know, just now, right? Yeah. I mean, Jamie FOX is. I mean, they're both like super good looking cops. Well, the weird thing about that movie was. I'm assuming you never saw the movie didn't really pay tribute to the TV show like the guy that plays tubs looks like a New York cop. He has the swagger of one he played in Crockett was very southern. He was very Miami cop. Like like, even when he told him in the pilot whose like thing around here is we move at a slower pace in the south. And it's like such a thing. A southern cop would say to you is like we don't move fast here that that may be how you do it in New York. But that's not how we do it down south big, even Gregory Sierra who was the the captain in the first few episodes who ironically left the show, I think over a pay dispute, I think he lived in LA they obviously filmed in Miami. And he wanted. More money or something for the plane first class tickets or something right now. That's when they brought in Edward James Olmos who is a great actor to this day. But, you know, Gregory Sierra looked like a Miami metro police sergeant in Edward James Olmos looked like casting. But yeah, but I mean typecast in some cases works, and in some cases, it doesn't like, you know, I love sons of anarchy. Charlie whom Hunnam is at who. Number honam. Charlie hunnam. Sorry, charlie. He does not look like the leader of a Hells Angels type, but it worked he's such a good actor that he pulled it off and Ron Perlman certainly does not look like the leader of a. Hells Angels type of organization and he killed it. Does not look like a cross dressing Welker Venus van Damme pulled it off baby. And who a Kim Coates who played Tig on the show, if you ever seen Kim Coates and other things he was in CSI Miami a few times, and he's been in a lot of things if you would've said. The Kim Coates was going to be the sergeant of arms of Hells Angels type motorcycle gang on TV show. I'd be like at now that's not gonna work and he killed..

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Away. You could put together a better eighties concerts, sending out a few DM's on Twitter. You're probably right. Bow allowing Wang Chung will only be appearing on a handful of the dates. Damn shame. Why why did we wait until two thousand nineteen to put this Bill together was like early two thousand nine hundred ninety eight with everybody still riding high off their heads. They probably saw how well tour did with culture club and fifty twos. And they said, oh, let's get out their money. How'd you live elope? Hey, drew, longtime listener, first-time caller, buddy. Thanks, man. Appreciate that. What's going on? Well, the earlier caller kind of inspired me to call in and ask for a little David Lee. Roth the inspiration from me. Cool. How can help you? Hey, drew. How you doing? Hey, man. What's going on? Much. I listen, I listen to you guys on the app, I'm up here in Rhode Island. Man, appreciate that. I didn't realize yesterday was world radio day. So I just want to call and say, thank you for everything you guys do and thanks, man. And I do have a song with the word love. What is it? Turner. What's love? Song? Umass Don, stand at hot hand makes my pulse. Three pair. Heck, I'm not ashamed to say that I as a young, man. I pleasure myself to that video. I would try to time it so that it would be the shot of Tina walking away with those legs in that ass because if you waited too long, she would turn around and you'd see her face, and like Medusa, you would turn to stone. Beauty definitely was arrested in the waste and the neck down. But that remember the song from the Miami. Vice oh where I think it was a two-part. Episode. It wasn't who dad I'll tell you the best Miami vices were the two part episodes with Phil Collins as a drug runner and Edward James Olmos. Of course, was their captain what what a show. Thank you, man. I appreciate it say stay warm up there. Oh, try like hell. She's still with us right now. What time is it? All right. Acti- we didn't cover this relationship benchmarks.

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Bulls a quadriplegic billionaire hires a recently paroled ex convict as a caregiver and a two form an unlikely friendship this comic drama stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son. And Nicole Kidman. And for the kids is the dogs way home based on two thousand twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner, she makes an improbable four hundred mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and very Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters are aquaman escape room. Mary Poppins returns Spiderman into the spider verse and Bumblebee, plus the mule vice second that route breaks the internet and Holmes and Watson. And that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. Iheartradio goes one on one with the imagine dragons about how they get their idea for the demons video. It was just an organic idea within the band, really, you know, the songs about human nature to just judge people very quickly. And then you find out that there's a lot more to that person that if you would've known you would have thought differently. So we wanted to show that and show that everybody is that way, we kind of incorporated the story of this more to these people who are all kind of doing the same thing at a concert together. Then what you would see a face value. Keep listening to iheartradio for more. Imagine dragons in all of your favorite artists. And did you see that former.

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on KTOK

"The laws of both nature and mankind Alice eve Thomas middle ditch John Ortiz MJ Anthony, also star also out in theaters is the upside based on a true story, and a remake of the twenty eleven French film, the untouchables a quadriplegic billionaire hires a recently paroled ex convict as a caregiver and the two form an unlikely friendship this comic dramas stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son Nicole Kidman, and for the kids is the dogs way home based on at twenty twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner, she makes it improbable four hundred mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and very Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters are aquaman escape room. Mary Poppins returns Spiderman into the spider verse and Bumblebee, plus the mule vice second that route breaks the internet and Holmes and Watson. And that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. In nineteen forty one. The USO was born to honor and comfort the men and women of our armed forces around the world men and women who have put our dreams and our futures above their own who protect and defend the freedoms we hold so dear and burning and every one of their hearts is a singular undeniable desire to come home to return to the ones they love to realize their dreams to be free and at peace, and so the USO will carry on to touch their spirits to comfort them to remind them to simply and heartfully thank them for the extraordinary gift. They give us all wherever and whenever they go until every browser soothed..

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Is falling in the air. And you hear a hissing noise. Stew hit a snake? No, dude. Hissing sound swirling dirt or rotten egg. Odour? Could mean there's a natural gas leak natural gas lines can be buried anywhere. If you suspect a leak leave immediately and call nine one one and southwest gas. Thanks, deep voice narrator. You're welcome young person. It may not be John wick, but Jonah Reeves is back on the big screen and the sci-fi thriller replicas, he plays a synthetic biologists. Who loses his family in a tragic car accident, then tries to bring them back in a series of experiments that violate the laws of nature and mankind Alice eve Thomas middle ditch John Ortiz and MJ Anthony also star also out in theaters is the upside based on a true story, and a remake of the twenty eleven French film, the untouchables a quadriplegic billionaire hires recently ruled ex-convict as a caregiver and the two form an unlikely friendship this comic drama stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son. And Nicole Kidman. And for the kids is the dogs way home based on a two thousand twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner, she makes an improbable four hundred mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and very Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters are aquaman escape room. Mary Poppins returns Spiderman into the spider verse and Bumblebee, plus the mule vice second act Ralph breaks, the internet and Holmes and Watson. And that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. Now a year and rock spotlight. Nineteen seventy five in November queens Ford album is a worldwide smash with the single bohemian rhapsody it hits number one in the UK and number four in the US..

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Of the Browns ever since hard knocks last summer, and the I love it. I think Freddie kitchens I love this kind of higher. Somebody's never done it before only been a coordinator for like ten of. I guess great. I I have great high hopes neck speculation as I hope it works. See you on Monday for checking out the movies this weekend. Here's your box office preview. It may not be John wick, but Jonah Reeves is back on the big screen and the sci-fi thriller replicas, he plays a synthetic biologists. Who loses his family in a tragic car accident, then tries to bring them back in a series of experiments that violate the laws of both nature and mankind Alice eve Thomas middle ditch John Ortiz and MJ Anthony also star also out in theaters is the upside based on a true story, and a remake of the twenty eleven French film, the untouchables quadriplegic billionaire hires a recently paroled ex convict is a caregiver at a two form an unlikely friendship this comic dramas stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son Nicole Kidman, and for the kids is the dogs way home based on a twenty twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner, she makes an improbable four hundred mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and very Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters are aquaman escape room. Mary poppins. Returns Spiderman into the spider verse and Bumblebee, plus the mule vice second act route breaks the.

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's a that's Joe Berlinger. The the great documentarian directed it, and it deals with how a talented manipulator Ted Bundy was as he strung along his two wives basically up to the point of his execution. Telecast, Jim Parsons, John Malkovich. Yeah. Lily collins. What's Malkovich like real purse? He and I do not have a storyline together. But. Time ago, but we didn't of it's a it's a sprawling story. And I'm not in his story. Got another film, the devil has a name Edward James Olmos directed. That's right. Martin Sheen's in it. You're in it to Alfred Molina the Davis earthern. Yeah. By the way, Davis thin in eight men out is one of the best baseball movies of all ties. Right. Yeah. He is a he's see Kat that movie. Yeah. I just went deep dive on you there. Very cool. Yeah. I love those intersections. Yeah. Yeah. What's your favorite baseball movie? More on that setter lead their own is up there, actually, just as you know, in terms of entertainment value as well as the best one. You know, to me, what makes what makes great sports movie are some of the lines that you can actually relate to and it can be used in any sport or can be used in any part of your your life. Absolutely. Yeah. So with hoosiers whenever I'm in a situation. That's different anybody's in the situation. The different I think of the scene where they measure from the rim to the floor for the free throw line of the baseline. It is same measurement just a different building Butler field houses, just a bigger spot. That's the the line from a league of their own. I think I'm gonna blow it now that I've said it up the Tom Hanks says if baseball was so easy, everyone would do it. Yeah. I think. Yeah. And you could basically say that about any endeavor and true. Yeah. That's terrific. It's hard to make a bait. I think of all the sports that you could make a movie about baseball is probably one of the hardest. And there hasn't been a truly great one in a while. I think that's tested to isn't it true. I don't know. Again. I read this that that the at the end of. Of the natural that Robert Redford had to basically practice throwing baseball. Spoiler alert. You know in in the field of in the field of the wheat, you know, that and I was told as well that P Diddy right who told us this that was supposed to be willing Behmen the quarterback from any day. Couldn't throw football football. I made a movie this is a little off topic. But I made a movie in Poland with Willem Dafoe about fifteen years ago and my dad, and I brought gloves and ball thrown in the cornfield. And all these big strong crew men over there like oh, it just didn't translate over there over their kid pull it off. Like, it was a great day of showing some people in the eastern bloc. How to throw a baseball by the way being able to start a sentencing. I I did a movie with willing to fo. And Poland is a perfect way to say that it was a bucket list thing. Celebrity true or false with you. If we can let's do it. True. Keeping it real. Four..

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's a that's Joe Berlinger. The the great documentarian directed it, and it deals with how a talented manipulator Ted Bundy was as he strung along his two wives basically up to the point of his execution. Telecast, Jim Parsons, John Malkovich. Yeah. Lily collins. What's Malkovich like real purse? He and I do not have a storyline together. But. Time ago, but we didn't of it's a it's a sprawling story. And I'm not in his story. Got another film, the devil has a name Edward James Olmos directed. That's right. Martin Sheen's in it. You're in it to Alfred Molina the Davis earthern. Yeah. By the way, Davis thin in eight men out is one of the best baseball movies of all ties. Right. Yeah. He is a he's see Kat that movie. Yeah. I just went deep dive on you there. Very cool. Yeah. I love those intersections. Yeah. Yeah. What's your favorite baseball movie? More on that setter lead their own is up there, actually, just as you know, in terms of entertainment value as well as the best one. You know, to me, what makes what makes great sports movie are some of the lines that you can actually relate to and it can be used in any sport or can be used in any part of your your life. Absolutely. Yeah. So with hoosiers whenever I'm in a situation. That's different anybody's in the situation. The different I think of the scene where they measure from the rim to the floor for the free throw line of the baseline. It is same measurement just a different building Butler field houses, just a bigger spot. That's the the line from a league of their own. I think I'm gonna blow it now that I've said it up the Tom Hanks says if baseball was so easy, everyone would do it. Yeah. I think. Yeah. And you could basically say that about any endeavor and true. Yeah. That's terrific. It's hard to make a bait. I think of all the sports that you could make a movie about baseball is probably one of the hardest. And there hasn't been a truly great one in a while. I think that's tested to isn't it true. I don't know. Again. I read this that that the at the end of. Of the natural that Robert Redford had to basically practice throwing baseball. Spoiler alert. You know in in the field of in the field of the wheat, you know, that and I was told as well that P Diddy right who told us this that was supposed to be willing Behmen the quarterback from any day. Couldn't throw football football. I made a movie this is a little off topic. But I made a movie in Poland with Willem Dafoe about fifteen years ago and my dad, and I brought gloves and ball thrown in the cornfield. And all these big strong crew men over there like oh, it just didn't translate over there over their kid pull it off. Like, it was a great day of showing some people in the eastern bloc. How to throw a baseball by the way being able to start a sentencing. I I did a movie with willing to fo. And Poland is a perfect way to say that it was a bucket list thing. Celebrity true or false with you. If we can let's do it. True. Keeping it real. Four..

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"West. I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back in nineteen. Oh, two. It's the first Rose Bowl football game in Pasadena, California university of Michigan defeat Stanford forty nine to zero this week in nineteen fourteen. Colonel Jacob Rupert and captain Houston. Purchase the New York Yankees for four hundred and sixty thousand dollars today. Forbes estimates the clubs value at four billion dollars nine hundred sixty to the American basketball league or AB L announced the suspension of operation the played one full season nineteen sixty one through nineteen sixty two. The was the first basketball league to have a three point shot this week in one thousand nine sixty seven the NFL championship game between the Packers and Cowboys was nicknamed the ice bowl. The temperature at Lambeau Field in Green Bay was about negative fifteen degrees. An. Estimated wind chill of negative thirty five. The Packers beat the Cowboys twenty one seventeen this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Scores a goal in each of the five different ways possible in one game even strength power play shorthanded penalty shot an empty net goal and this week in one thousand nine hundred nine another nickname NFL game took place the fog bowl, a dense fog rolled in the Soldier Field in Chicago fog was so thick that both teams are forced to use the running game. Because receivers couldn't see the passes being thrown to them, TV and radio announcers and the fans in the stadium. Had trouble seeing what was happening on the field. The bears beat the eagles twenty to twelve. That's your iheartradio weekend. Sports time capsule. Checking out the movies this weekend? Here's your box office preview. It may not be John wick, but Jonah Reeves is back on the big screen and the sci-fi thriller replicas, he plays a synthetic biologists. Who loses his family in a tragic car accident, then tries to bring them back in a series of experiments that violate the laws of both nature and mankind. Alyce Thomas middle. Ditch John Ortiz in MJ Anthony, also star also out in theaters is the upside based on a true story, and a remake of the two thousand eleven French film, the untouchables a quadriplegic billionaire hires a recently paroled ex convict as a caregiver a two form an unlikely friendship this comic drama stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son in the cold Kidman. And for the kids is the dogs way home based on two thousand twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner, she makes an improbable four hundred mile journey to reunite with their beloved over Ashley Judd Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and Barry Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters are aquaman Mary Poppins returns. Bumblebee Spiderman into the spider verse and the mule plus vice Holmes and Watson second act route breaks the internet and the Grinch. And that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. This week on viewpoints, they Solomon who were suffering in abject poverty. How can we also help these women women combat soldiers go beyond the call them? Change is the nature of this life..

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Journey to reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and very Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters are aquaman Mary Poppins returns. Bumblebee Spiderman into the spider verse and the mule plus vice Holmes and Watson second act route breaks the internet and the Grinch and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. This is the Schnitt show. It is twenty six past the hour. Our number three. Schnitt show. My name's Pat Campbell in for Todd Schnitt. Have a guest in studio local listener here Heather knife chief we're talking about Elizabeth Warren and her claims of being native American now, we brought up on us and we're talking about hook harness because the president always calls her that never was supposed to be that was supposed to be focused on his. But when people hear Pocahontas, I see this on Twitter all the time, they go. Well, why are you upset about that? How's that a racial slur? Is that the same as calling a black person? The n were what say Pocahontas what how do native Americans feel about that. Or what what goes through your mind? Army? I find I I find it offensive just because the meaning behind it. They're intent is to make fun of Elizabeth Warren their intent is to try to be little her when really she's not native. So I mean, they could come up something else doing so at your expense. Exactly. And Pocahontas was a real person not the Disney character, not know that was her nickname her real name was Matoka and she helped the when this when they settled in Jamestown. She helped negotiate between the tribes that her father was the chief of and the settlers, and she was taken when she was twelve. She was married off to an Englishman. She was taken to England. And she died at the age of twenty one. So it doesn't sound like the happy. Disney story. It is not a happy. Disney story. And and their intent is to like like you said make fun of Elizabeth Warren at our expense. When we're not even involved and we've been saying, she's not native American resent being dragged into absolutely right..

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"System doesn't figure out? You know, you have to think much to figure out why they need an independent system mean hacking US military's GPS system would cripple the military on both sides. And this would mean that they would have to have an independent system in order to hack it or to cripple it because that would leave the military our military with having to work with rudimentary equipment, and this gives the Chinese the opportunity to make up for the dark side of the planet. You haven't uncovered covered. And that is it sends a very dark message in my opinion that can be compared to what Sputnik men to the space race in the nineteen fifties. So there's something afoot on the dark side of the moon. The far side of the moon is we eclipse what is happening and revealing that we may have something that is being prepared. And that is some sort of. Cyberattack from the moon. We'll be back with more ground zero. Don't go away. Checking out the movies this weekend? Here's your box office preview. It may not be John wick, but Jonah Reeves is back on the big screen and the sci-fi thriller replicas, he plays a synthetic biologists. Who loses his family in a tragic car accident then tries to bring them back in a series of experiments that violate the laws of both nature and mankind Balas eve Thomas middle. Ditch John Ortiz and MJ Anthony also star also out in theaters is the upside based on a true story, and a remake of the twenty eleven French film, the untouchables a quadriplegic billionaire hires a recently paroled ex convict as a caregiver and the two form an unlikely friendship this comic drama stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son in Nicole Kidman. And for the kids is the dogs way home based on his twenty twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner, she makes an improbable four hundred mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and Barry Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters.

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Of reasons to be in the car getting the kids to practice running errands or just letting the dog hang you set out the window. But you have no reason to miss a second of tar heel basketball goes to the here every second of every game on one zero six one FM talk. Thermometer used in hospitals and backed by more than seventy clinical studies checking out the movies this weekend. Here's your box office preview. It may not be John wick, but Jonah Reeves is back on the big screen in the sci-fi thriller. Replicas he plays synthetic biologists. Who loses his family in a tragic car accident, then tries to bring them back in a series of experiments that violate the laws of both nature can mankind Alice eve Thomas middle. Ditch John Ortiz in MJ Anthony, also star also out in theaters is the upside based on a true story, and a remake of the two thousand eleven French film, the untouchables a quadriplegic billionaire hires a recently paroled ex convict as a caregiver at a two form an unlikely friendship this comic drama stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son in Nicole Kidman. And for the kids is the dogs way home based on a two twenty twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner, she makes an improbable four hundred mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and very Watson star in this family drama. Still in theaters are aquaman Mary Poppins returns. Bumblebee Spiderman into the spider verse and the mule plus vice Holmes and Watson second act. Ralph breaks the internet and the Grinch and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. Were.

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"edward james olmos" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"edward james olmos" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Due to the heavy guitar driven booze lock sound of their first two albums Led Zeppelin are frequently recognized as the progenitor of having metal. However, the bench unique style drew from a wide variety of influences, including folk music, the group's later albums, son, greater experimentation and were accompanied by record-breaking toys that earned the band reputation for excess and the macho. Really? Rolling. Stone magazine described them as the heaviest band of all time the biggest band of the seventies and unquestionably one of the most enduring bands in Raja's story. Keep listening to I heart radio for the next chapter of Led Zeppelin. If you can't get more at my heart radio dot com, keyword Led Zeppelin. Checking out the movies this weekend? Here's your box office preview. It may not be John wick, but Jonah Reeves is back on the big screen in the sci-fi thriller. Replicas he plays a synthetic biologists. Who loses his family in a tragic car accident, then tries to bring them back in a series of experiments that violate the laws of both nature and mankind Alice eve Thomas middle ditch John Ortiz in MJ, Anthony, also star also out in theaters is the upside based on a true story, and a remake of the twenty eleven French film, the untouchables a quadriplegic billionaire hires a recently paroled ex convict as a caregiver and the two form an unlikely friendship this comic drama stars. Bryan. Cranston, Kevin Hart Genevieve angel son in Nicole Kidman. And for the kids is the dogs way home based on his twenty twelve novel when a dog is separated from her owner, she makes an improbable four hundred mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner, Ashley Judd, Edward James Olmos, Bryce, Dallas Howard and Barry Watson star in this.

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