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"fox studios" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"The girl who. Said her character, Eva's wardrobe, was more risque than in the English language version. Dresses that Helen Chandler wore were all covered up. What they gave me was what you would call sexy. I wasn't even aware of it. The actors were from different Spanish speaking countries, but the director George melford didn't speak the language, so his directions were translated for the cast and crew. We wanted our version to be the best. And according to the critics, I think it was. This version of Dracula was 29 minutes longer than Dracula in English. Pancho Kona says director melford and Villarreal would watch the scenes shot during the day, the dailies, and make improvements, setting up better camera angles and adding more exciting elements. They didn't have to contend with the Hays office, the censorship, my mother wore a low cut negligee and it was very sexy. My father, who was in love with my mother, he was on the set. He was producing it. Made sure that it was a better film. Conner, who became a producer like his father, helped his mother write her memoirs before she died in 2016 at age 106. He says she was a high school student in Oaxaca when Robert flaherty, the director of the film nanook of the north discovered her, Fox studios had sent him to find the most beautiful girl in Mexico. My mother came down to Hollywood with her Irish grandmother as her chaperone, spent a year at Fox studios doing small bits, but she didn't speak English with talkies came in. They weren't going to renew her contract. Someone at Fox recommended her to Universal Studios where she met the head of dubbing Paul koner. Who instantly fell in love with her. Without a contract of our was reluctantly getting ready to head back to Mexico, she went to say goodbye to her suitor. Paul koner said, wait, give me 24 hours, and he quickly went to see Carl lemley head of the studio, and he said, we are wasting half the studio. At 6 o'clock at night we turned the lights off until 6 in the morning. We should bring in a fresh crew, Spanish speaking actors, shoot the same film that we shoot during the day at night in Spanish, using the same equipment, same everything, little cost peanuts, lemley said genius. That was part of his plan in terms of keeping my grandma around. Chris weitz is the grandson of Dova and koner, who were married more than 50 years, whites is now a well-known film director, so is his brother, Paul, together their writing a script for a movie about the making of Spanish Dracula, Paul says they'll focus on their grandparents. It is a love story between two immigrants and our grandfather was from what would now be the Czech Republic. So he was part of the European Jewish emigre community, and then she was from a completely different community. Chris white says Spanish Dracula is also an immigrant story. Dracula comes over from Transylvania to England and he's generally considered bad news and he's a bloodsucker. He's a parasite and this kind of view of immigrants as opposed to what we really believe about the role of immigrants in this country, which is like it's kind of the lifeblood of how the country works. For a time in the 1930s, hundreds of movies were reshot not only into Spanish, but French German and Italian, it was a mini boom in Hollywood before the film industries and other countries geared up, and before dubbing or subtitles came into Vogue. And now, in addition to Spanish Dracula, the movie, there will soon be a TV series. Yeah, well, you know, it's a zeitgeist thing, right? Ben o'dell is producing the series for wigs plus the new streaming service by Tel Aviv Univision. It's a single cam workplace comedy. It starts with the gathering of the cast, sort of in like an Ocean's Eleven. Once we set it up, it's about this kind of cast of quirky characters trying to make this thing, which ends up being great. Odell says this production will be shot in Mexico with actor Al henio the best directing and starring as Dracula. In our version, he's a ham, like he loves the attention. He loves the applause. He's a theater actor, so he's disgusted by the movie business. When he's offered this movie role, he turns it down at first, he's like, don't they know who I am? The character is based on stories from her memoir. Lupita was very afraid of her father, who was an alcoholic, and he was abusive. So it's this idea that there's this monster at home. She doesn't want to go back to Mexico with the silent era ending. She thinks she may be forced to go back. Odell says the cast and crew of the original Dracula worked under the worst circumstances. They had to come in at night and work crappy hours and they had a lower budget, but they ended up making a better movie. And I was like, that's such a great American immigrant story and it's such a great Latino story because oftentimes, you know, in order to succeed when it comes to this country, you have to work harder, you have less support, less opportunities. And you still have to try to deliver. And they over deliver it as often is the case. So it was a beautiful kind of underdog immigrant story. So more than 90 years after one of the most famous monster movies was made, Dracula is being revamped yet
"fox studios" Discussed on The Fifth Hour with Ben Maller
"Well, I'm not a wine drinker, so I'm not the guy asked, but Danny G is the expert. I have spent of those three Temecula near sandia. I spent a lot of time probably impossible robles more than any on the way up through central California. Have any advice here for our friend Brianna, Danny? When you're driving through wine country, you know what, whatever catches your eye, like that's why they all try to have the best curb appeal because there's so many to choose from. So we usually will go by. Look at that one. Look at how amazing that one looks. And honestly, we'll just stop at one that we didn't even read a review on just because of the way it looks, and then you go in and just do the wine tasting, get your buzz on, and then go to the next one. A lot of it is just curb appeal, honestly. Well, you want to enjoy the journey. You don't want to have a desk. Yeah. Let's see what it pops up along the way. I will do some quick ones here, Danny. We'll get out on a few quick ones. Barry and Nashville says Yo-Yo Ma beni, the lions are the featured team on hard knocks this year. What a joke. Well, the lines are joke. Will you be watching this season of hard knocks? Might be the only way people watch the lines is you know that's not true, Barry. Everyone watches the lines one day a year. Thanksgiving. One day a year, we all watch the Lions, and that's our charity. I will watch hard knocks, but I don't watch it the night the show airs because I've got my other things to do. I usually watch it on demand on the weekends. I'm a week behind hard knocks. Did you see that passionate speech from that Lions player? I did. I saw I did see that bouncing around so much. It was crying. This is not who we are. We don't have a losing record like that. Absolutely. Jamal Williams that gave that speech. I think there's a chance that he knew that he was on camera and that might be a hard knocks you think. Maybe. Maybe a little bit. All right, Travis and roseburg, Oregon says he's vacationing in the Bay Area this week, picked up a little ghirardelli chocolate along the way. How much of that goes to your pocket any G? 3% of the purpose. Good. A Tony in Seattle says Benjamin and Danny G, what is your all time most embarrassing moment? I don't know that we have time to get into that now. I've had many embarrassing moments. Most of them involve the radio, although one, I was at the Fox lot, I've told the story before and I sat on a chair, there was a screw that was sitting up on the side of this year. I ripped my pants. And I had to walk out of the Fox studios with all these big TV people. And I had to walk kind of, I walked down a fire escape. I walked with my butt to the wall 'cause my pants were ripped and you could see my underwear.
"fox studios" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Debbie and I are talking about the border crisis. And it seems like governor Abbott had sort of well, I don't know if you'd call it an naughty idea or a little bit of an in your face idea. But his idea was, listen, you know, if the Biden administration is importing all these people because they want him in this country, well, maybe they should have to deal with them directly. And so Abbott's idea and apparently the first Texas bus. Put the migrants in the bus. Now you can't force them. So it's the migrants who agree to go. Voluntarily, and the first bus drops them off blocks from the U.S. capitol building. Apparently Fox News found out that this particular bus of migrants came from the Del Rio sector, but there were people in there from Columbia from Cuba from Nicaragua from Venezuela. They apparently had all these wristbands, and so when they got there, the bus driver was like, let's cut off your wristband. You're free to roam the streets of D.C.. So I mean, this is kind of a nightmare. And I think Abbott is only doing what he can do within his limited jurisdiction to say, listen, you want him, you got him. Right. Well, did you hear Jen Psaki talking about it? She acted like, oh yes, it's great. It's a great idea. So I think that they're trying to play a little game here because they're wanting to pretend like it's not like it's a good thing. Even though they know it's bad for them, it looks really horrible. The optics are just awful. And the really funny thing is that this bus Abbott made sure that this bus dropped them off near the media stations like near Fox studios. Here's Abbott. So if they're not going to come to the border, I'm going to take the border to them. He's referring here to the D.C. politicians. Yes. Washington is going to have to respond and deal with the same challenges that we're dealing with. Have a taste of your own medicine. This is the effect of your policies. Now this is probably going to be I'm expecting challenged in court because the federal government is always said, well, you know, it's the federal government that makes immigration policy, not the states themselves. But here's the problem with that, they're not doing anything about it and the states are the ones that are taking in the brunt of it. So we have to, as a Texan, as Texans, we have to pay for this. The federal government is not paying for Texas, is, in a sense, importing these people into our own government. I mean, not our government. Our communities. Communities. And so we have to pay for it ourselves. Texas doesn't have the money to pay for all of these illegals. Well, I think the other thing is that if they had if the federal government was following the immigration laws, it would be one thing. But they're flouting the laws. They don't have the power to change the laws. So the laws exist, but they're not being followed. And so if the government goes to the court and says, you know, we, the federal government are in charge of carrying out the law, the court could say, well, you're not doing that. So the states of Texas. Why haven't they? Well, I think it's because there have been some cases. And in fact, judges have ordered the restoration of Trump's remain in Mexico policy. Yeah, so the problem here is that you have a jaw to issue as a ruling and the guy is sitting in a courtroom somewhere. And the Biden administration says, oh, yeah, you know, what we'll do that, but then they take weeks to carry it out, and they carry out half heartedly. So they're using the power of enforcement and the supposed discretion that goes with that to flout the law. It's really, it's very, it's very, very bad. And folks, I mean, you know, when you vote, you should know that this is the way that this administration and any Democrat administration is going to behave. They want these people. They want illegal immigration. So, you know, I mean, we have the power to stop them by pulling the lever for the other party. Well, the Hispanics themselves are in revolt. I mean, here's the latest look. This is a quinnipiac poll just out. Biden's approval rating. 33%. But look at his rating with Hispanics. 26%. He's actually lower with Hispanics than he is in the country as a whole. He's pulling badly with every group. In fact, his approval rating with 18 to 34 year olds is 21%. Lowest of any age group. Wow. So I think young people are on to him and Hispanics are on to him. So all of this is so it's almost like you're sort of heating water to a boiling point. And I think the boiling point is going to be the November election. I hope so. We certainly hope so because I hope so I hope people understand what they are voting for and why they vote this way is I have no idea why. I mean, we have a media that covers up for Biden that's hardly any reporting about all these things in the media. And so the news that you're getting day to today is not a reflection of what's going on. It's almost like you have to decode the news and you have to look for alternative sources of information this podcast being one of them where you get a sense of what's really going on. But it looks like the American people are getting the picture. And in a democracy, you know, ultimately it's up to the people to make their voices heard loud and clear. We certainly hope that that will occur this November. Who actually eats 6 servings of fruits and vegetables every single day. Well, who can realistically do that?.
The Brutality by Trudeau Against Patriots in Ottawa Continues
"Atawa Ontario Do I go there No tourism there Do not fly through there To the extent you can determine if something is made there do not purchase it Now the brutality against the patriotic bus drivers their families people who support them continues tonight nothing has changed In fact it's only gotten worse Trudeau is a thug He is Canada's Vladimir Putin In this there is no question There's nothing liberal about the Liberal Party in Canada It's like the Democrat party in America They go under these flags under these names Self anointed nomenclatures There are Marxist operations Trudeau is a Marxist the Democrat party in this country is a Marxist entity of many sorts as are much of the media Look you got to call a spade a spade here folks This is what it is And taking down American Marxism posters from my Fox studio behind me he's not going to change a damn thing It's not going to necessarily change what I talk about So this is very important to know what we're up against
"fox studios" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"You know, from trying to book guests, 38 requests, 38 yeses. Every person who we asked to speak to said yes. And the most important thing for Joel Santos, the fantastic co director and myself Joe nagy our editor, the entire wonderful team skip Clark, the DP. All knowing that John and I know Al feels this way too, that John was able to hear Al to hear that course of voices gathered with his son Mike with his family and really get the chance to absorb how people felt what they thought. Three days before his passing. As you say, Jimmy, it's just an incredible piece of timing. We're obviously so sad about John's passing, but we're so grateful knowing that he was able to see it and that he liked it. What month did you do the interviews with John in person where he watched the screen and stuff like that? When did that take place? That was over the summer. We did that, that was the principal interview with John. We went up and visited him a couple of the subsequent times audio only. But that was over the summer and again Alan knows this well and Pleasanton as part of goal line productions, the production company that he owns. He has a sound stage there, the incredibly, that's the space where he watches NFL games on Sunday. And that we construct in our own video screen. And that was where we played the clips for him. Oh, that's fascinating. So that way we saw him in the dock. That's what he watches the games on Sunday. Al have you ever been there? Have you ever seen that set up? I have. Yeah. When I was with John, those 7 seasons, we take some ancillary stuff up there, but it's a great setup. He's got all kinds of it's like a sports for basically, right? The chairs and the big screens and John would be the kind of guy who on a Sunday after his retirement, which sit there and watch 7 games at once. He was like, I guess I Pereira is in the Fox studios trying to watch every game and weigh in on every rule that comes into play. So he loved it. I mean, John would get up early on Sunday on the West Coast, watched the 10 o'clock games, watch the games at 1 o'clock, one 30, and then the Sunday Night game, then, of course, be there on Monday night as well. He didn't miss anything. He loved it. Interesting. Now, I don't want to get more of it, but I have to just for a second. Tom, when news came that he passed them 24. Was that a complete shock? Did you hear? Did you hear anything about bad health leading up to it or complete stunner? No, I was stunned and not to say that and again, I know Al because of his friendship with John was aware of some of the health challenges that John had had in his life. He was 85 years old, Jimmy. But regardless of those being aware of those concerns, I was still stunned. The very first call I made was to Mike Madden his son. I was fortunate that Mike picked up. And Mike shared, again, this feeling, this gratitude that the family had, that John.
"fox studios" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Not better. There's 3 billion for tree equity. There's 200 million for the presidio. Do your democratic colleagues realize. They own every dollar. Every idiot measure in this bill, if they pass for it, if they vote for it. Well, that may be one reason why they haven't been able to get the votes for it yet in the Senate to use. I started to look at that dog's breakfast of a bill that came out of the House of Representatives and pump the brakes pretty hard. I mean, $200 million for Nancy Pelosi's hometown park 3 billion for a tree equity, whatever in the world that means. Or all that money for their failed homelessness problems where you have just a terrible, terrible, homeless on this challenge across the country, especially in the West Coast states like California and Washington state. I've heard from so many parents in Washington state who wanted to take their kids to public parks anymore because of the homeless who were there, the needles and all the other problems that competing in homelessness. It's not doing those homeless any favors to continue to sell approaches, certainly not doing families any favors, and people like patty Murray are going to be held accountable by their voters if this bill passes into law. Senator, I went to Fox studios last night, as usual, they sent a car. And as I was going along, the driver and I talk, and we went through the tunnel that comes over from Virginia and the homeless encampment was vast. And the driver is new to the country. Not immediately new, but relatively new. Said this is just amazing. It's gotten so bad since I've got here in the 90s. You know, if they gave that money to the Salvation army and Catholic charities, it would actually work. But they are not going to give it to them. In fact, on the expansion of pre-K, they're going to exclude religious entities. That's exactly right. Not only they're not going to support charitable and religious organizations that do important work for the homeless, but they are specifically and intentionally targeting all the kinds of customary traditional kinds of child care or elder care, education that so many Americans depend upon. In the end, this is all about a giveaway to unions and trying to create vast workforces that are in all hunting ground or service employee unions. They don't care about your neighbors getting subsidized to look after your kid, or your Catholic day care, your Jewish day school. They want to impose really absurd regulations on the level of education and credentialing and licensing that it takes to have a day care, for instance. And then significantly higher wages and many parts of the country. They don't like fuel more inflation. All the while making traditional forms of payer or service in so many different fields prohibitively prohibitively expensive. This is correct. It's another reason why any Democrat who votes for this should be defeated. Let me close senator Harvard Law train. And I think they had con law here. I listen to the arguments in dob. I believe that roe and Casey will be overturned based on the questioning, which is a bit risky, because questions never predict accurately. But what do you think after listening to the arguments reading the commentary is going to happen? And do you applaud what you think is going to happen? Well, first, I want to commend this list for general of Mississippi and outstanding. Job arguing that case. Like you, I always hesitate to read tea leaves and oral arguments, but I found many of the justice questions. Very penetrating. And really hard to rebut from the pro abortion side, justice kavanagh in particular pointed out a long series of cases over the last 125 years that have been overruled and that most folks like the solicitor general would probably applaud. I mean, just to take the most recent example, in 1996, the Supreme Court ruled that states can criminalize certain kinds of gay sexual conduct. And just 17 years later in 2003, they reversed that and that 12 years later, they said that states must recognize their marriage. 29 years from one poll to the other. It can't be the case that started this ISIS is a Latin term meaning standing by only liberal decisions. Yes. Wrong. If the decision is a greatly wrong from day one, as well was then it doesn't matter if it's a liberal outcome or a conservative outcome. That is just a famous phrase. Egregiously wrong. And as we saw, as we saw here, too in the argument that it has taken the court into this wilderness, where it is parsing these fine distinctions and the only way to stop those essentially legislative questions being put into the courts is to acknowledge that roe was egregiously wrong. Tries to find some kind of middle ground by overturning the viability line and upholding this 15 week ban. Well, there's going to be a dozen more cases over the next ten years on a 12 week Bill or can weak bill or a 96 day waiting period. 7 24 hour waiting period. These are all things that a free people can debate reasonably among themselves, but they can only do so if the court hasn't taken on that role and taking those decisions which are essentially legislative questions out of the hands of that free people. Well, said, and thank you for that. Merry Christmas senator, maybe we'll talk again before that. And happy birthday to young cotton. Relief back to dot com. 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"fox studios" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Not better. There's 3 billion for tree equity. There's 200 million for the presidio. Do your democratic colleagues realize they own every dollar every idiot measure in this bill if they pass for it. If they vote for it. Well, that may be one reason why they haven't been able to get the votes for it yet in the center to you as I started to look at that dog's breakfast of a bill that came out of the House of Representatives and pump the brakes pretty hard. I mean, $200 million for Nancy Pelosi's hometown park, 3 billion for tree equity, whatever in the world that means. Or all that money for their sales homelessness problems where you have just a terrible, terrible, homeless, this challenge across the country, especially in the West Coast states like California and Washington state. I've heard from so many parents in Washington state who wanted to take their kids to public parks anymore because of the homeless who were there, the needles and all the other problems that accompanying homelessness, not doing those homeless any favors to continue to sell approaches, certainly not doing families any favors, and people like patty Murray are going to be held accountable by their voters if this bill passes into law. Senator, I went to Fox studios last night, as usual, they sent a car. And as I was going along, the driver and I talk, and we went through the tunnel that comes over from Virginia and the homeless encampment was vast. And the driver is new to the country. Not immediately new, but relatively new. Said this is just amazing. It's gotten so bad since I've got here in the 90s. You know, if they gave that money to the Salvation army and Catholic charities, it would actually work. But they are not going to give it to them. In fact, on the expansion of pre-K, they're going to exclude religious entities. That's exactly right. Not only they're not going to support charitable and religious organizations that do important work for the homeless, but they are specifically and intentionally targeting all the kinds of customary traditional kinds of child care or elder care, education that so many Americans depend upon. In the end, this is all about a giveaway to unions and trying to create vast workforces that are heard all hunting ground or service employee unions. They don't care about your neighbors getting subsidized to look after your kid, or your Catholic day care, your Jewish day school. They want to impose really absurd regulations on the level of education and credentialing and licensing that it takes to have a day care, for instance. And then significantly higher wages and many parts of the country. I don't like fuel more inflation. All the while making traditional forms of payer or service in so many different fields prohibitive prohibitively expensive. This is correct. It's another reason why any Democrat who votes for this should be defeated. Let me close senator Harvard Law train. And I think they had con law here. I listen to the arguments in dob. I believe that row and Casey will be overturned based on the questioning, which is a bit risky, because questions never predict accurately. But what do you think after listening to the arguments reading the commentary is going to happen? And do you applaud what you think is going to happen? Well, first, I want to command the solicitor general of Mississippi who did not standing. Job arguing that case. Like you, I always hesitate to read tea leaves in oral arguments, but I found many of the justice questions, very penetrating and really hard to rebut from the pro abortion side, just as Kavanaugh in particular pointed out a long series of cases over the last 125 years that have been overruled and that most folks like the solicitor general would probably applaud. I mean, just to take the most recent example, in 1996, the Supreme Court ruled that states can criminalize certain kinds of gay sexual conduct. And just 17 years later in 2003, they reversed that and then 12 years later, they said that states must recognize their marriage. 29 years from one poll to the other. It can't be the case that started decisis is a Latin term meaning standing by only liberal decisions. Yes. It's egregiously wrong. If the decision is a greatly wrong from day one, as well was then it doesn't matter if it's a liberal outcome or a conservative outcome. That was just a Selena's famous phrase egregiously wrong. And as we saw, as we saw here, too in the argument that it has taken the court into this wilderness where it is parsing these fine distinctions and the only way to stop those essentially legislative questions being put into the courts is to acknowledge that roe was egregiously wrong. Tries to find some kind of middle ground by overturning the viability line and upholding this 15 week ban. There's going to be a dozen more cases over the next ten years on a 12 week Bill or can weak bill or a 96 day waiting period. 7 24 hour waiting period. These are all things that a free people can debate reasonably among themselves, but they can only do so if the court hasn't taken on that role and taking those decisions which are essentially legislative questions out of the hands of that free people. Well, said, and thank you for that. Merry Christmas, senator, maybe we'll talk again.
"fox studios" Discussed on Titus & Tate
"Out you know what i mean to was great and do interact with it because it was. Pfc a you know. They're trying to be cool and straight onto that are they. I think i saw it because it said like do basketball liked it. You know what i mean. It was like you know you have it on on these. You know all the people who run these accounts have to like laugh at themselves. Quote unquote When you get it's the literally world series mindset when you get dunked on. You have to clap for the guy that you have to lab. That's how the internet works. Yeah because if you don't if you do anything other than like give a standing ovation to the guy that just dunk on. Everyone's like well you're butter big man exactly Shots do for not saying mcnabb and also found out. today. I was like oh great Speaking speaking literally world series. I want to I wanna shout out. Brown's berg my hometown yes As we have learned as liberal theories progress state browsing might have actually been the third best team in the world and not enough. People are talking about this. Ohio plays michigan and literally world series championship. We don't talk about what happened. Who won doesn't matter both could strike. Both teams tried their best. That's all that matters. They had a lot of folks. Try their best They're both from the same region. The great lakes region as we know they play each other in the great lakes championship. Usually only one makes it but both made it because of the international team this year. Ohio on their run to making the lakes championship game. They knocked braundsberg out taped by one run. It was two to one so. I'm doing the math here. And i'm saying like ohio could have smoked all browser smoked. All these other. Everybody else you could you what they should have done. Three great lakes teams in and browse. Birds probably third best team. Hang the banner in the town. In fact i'm going to get on my flight. I'm gonna go hang a banner in town that says you should third best team in the world. I also like. I think it's i think it's rigged. They were both in it. Like you said this is what region. I know that we had bill slots in it feels like if feels rigs from that sense huge win for the big ten now. A national david mix instead of the day ohio and michigan and the title game also the bucks. Nba championships of suck haters the big back in a big way for the big thing. Yada jaanus noted big thing Yeah what else is there. Any other shutouts. Honestly the only thing i was gonna shout out was the fact that carolina football info bolandian or college football coming back this weekend. I know i should probably do it. Over the next show You're going to be in madison wisconsin on the ground football college football charlotte wilder nye. The podcast cheat on tate with we are doing a college football tour with fox and We're our first stop is madison for the. We're we're doing a show. Friday night madison at a bar. So if you're if you're a badger fan or student or what does he practice. Come see us come have some. We're gonna guess ago. Yeah he should. We're coming to a. We're coming to columbus week too by the way so put down your counter. You buck as listening or for for ohio state oregon and all all the coeds. All these campuses. Jim cunningham is on the way know. You've been patiently waiting for jim. Pentagon show up. So i'm glad he's gonna be there. I'm so convinced. Jim took the job for the store owner and had nothing to do with us. So i'm excited for him to live. His life is out on the road. Jim gets the job at fox. And i tell him like he was living all the way on the east side of la. And i as you know. And i told him dude. You got to move 'cause the fox studios more on the west side. You don't wanna do that. Commute all the time. Whatever so he goes on moving. I'm gonna move from my place. Where are you moving. You should move over the west side where you and i live eight. Jim ends up moving still kind of east. He's like an hollywood. It's still like i was at his place. He's still in hell. Yeah and so. I said something like jim why like. Why would you not move to west side so you can drive into the studio. We could make it easy peasy and he goes because i he goes i. We're gonna be on the road so much. That kinda doesn't matter where i live and i was like jim. That's for like three months. And then what and then i was like. Oh you're just doing the two months road show chance at the end of the road show Rubble we're gonna be traveling so much like yeah for two months when you talk about it. He wanted me to clarify. That is not hollywood. It's east west hollywood Which which to me says a lot like hollywood But but verification ed's I'm actually going to go to A friend of burke we love on the show. I'm gonna go to the ucla lsu game on saturday. So we're we're yeah. Yeah i'm gonna go. That's why are we putting my. I read the like i watch. Ucla this weekend. And i kind of fell in love with their offense wine. And i and i want to be this is the first ever played is three. Ucla and lsu. And i feel really upset. You know what i mean. Ucla football with jordan. Brad chip kelly advisor the ground. I'm gonna be boots on the ground for ucla. Football's ascension so by the way speaking of ucla. I saw i saw footage from the practice gym recently and they have a massive picture of the final four team with the confetti in the trophy and everything hanging up in the practice gym and gut reaction immediate reaction bad vibes. I don't like it. It felt like very san diego. Stadi- felt like you bring that whole team back. You gotta wait. You gotta wait until those guys are gone before you start putting stuff up the high-grade i hate that. I hate that every day. They're going to practice. They're looking at themselves celebrating the championship. That they did. They went to the fire i do. I'm scared that zone. Yeah they celebrated the That's the worst bar because the way they look at it they're like hey jalen Amazing shy we would have wanted overtime so they kind of already celebrated i don't like it most. Yeah they're they're also they're also like they're the type of school that's like re tweeted people. They're like yeah. Those one of the most watch games in sports tweet that don't proud of that that people celebrating this it. Also there yeah. They're about to be a football school. I mean that that's the that's the hard part about this right. You can't be both unless you're a florida. Ohio state texas. Like you gotta be lucky to be both both youtube. Serious tape frazier l. A football fan and your head chargers caves. Let people know dude. Let them know what's going on because The chargers are gonna be great. It's just in herbert season. I do love ucla. papa. I i i love the great offense bryant. That's i only care about the trenches. Just show me your deal on in your whole line. I'll tell you how far he can go. A thought is There is a shutout again to joseph naked mark Had a lot of fun. Yakov develop shot up to the stevens family for voting three to one and whoever whoever told me a..
"fox studios" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"No, no, I don't actually have one today just Oh, popped in my mind for whatever reason Now they're usually is Lex. You're right. But no think I have pretty down looking all my opinions. Have some popular opinions today. Legs. I don't think I'm I think I'm gonna overly piss off anyone today, but, Hey, the days early. Hey. Yeah, well, still here. That's right. We've got plenty of timeto Get some emails in here. Oh, my goodness. Uh, This is the day you know, it's like when you work out hard. You don't really get sore the first day. It's the second day. This is the dick wads Hurting right now, Jase. Well, my mental quads are hurting. I'm a little I was all peppy. Happy yesterday because I love I love those first days. Yeah, I love cold, coming back and seeing and talking to you guys and over here of the Jason Show, seeing my buddies, Jeff and Tad. You know it. Z fun? Yeah. Today meeting day email responding. Today is today is like the gritty thing. And it's made worse by the fact is, as I'm speaking to you and Dawn and Alexis. I know this because they've been here. They've seen it. Um, I do the show from the Fox studios. And, uh, my my radio room is the hallway. On one side of the building, and it used to be where the editors would do their work. So right across from me is a kind of I don't know a stack of machines. That could take in old technology because you know, the photographers in the eighties and nineties used different types of tapes. Think of like, you know, CDs and tapes and eight tracks and stuff. Well, this deck behind me can consistent, facilitate all of those different types of technology and dubbed them over into something we can use today. Say all of this because my executive producer who is listening to me right now. Is currently behind me, and he's been doing this for days. He's going through all of my my 22 years of Archive tapes and no, I'm looking at myself in 1999. I'm look, he's right now. I don't know what I'm wearing. But I And I looked at him and I said, What are you doing? And this morning and he goes. I'm working on a project. I go in my dying and I don't know. Are you putting the whole bit story together? Because blacks is he? Is he preparing my oh, bit because what? What is happening here? Just like right now. I'm uh, I It's fun, though, right? Does it feel lose down Jake or isn't feeling more like painful? I know. What is he doing, Kenny? He's looking for something to cancel you for. I think so. Back in town I am wearing. I don't know what I'm wearing This one picture. He sent me a freeze frame and Colin. This is the second time he laughed in 2021. Um, he laughed. He giggled out loud because I look like I'm 13 years old. And this is when I thought it was a good idea to dye my hair. Ah, lovely. Strawberry blonde Brown. Um and I have a unicorn. I have a faux hawk and I and I'm rocking the faux hawk this Lex. This was a few years before I met you. So I need it again, Jace? I don't know, man. Um, yeah, Big. I'm Yeah, I don't remember that. No, you thank goodness. But again, I'm looking at this. And I'm just like, what was I thinking? My boss was such a good guy because he put me on the air. I had no business being on TV at this moment. And I'm actually going to tweet this out in this commercial break. So you guys can see the full Harkness. But anyway, I just told him, I said, I just told Jeff I hope I'm not dying. And I hope this is not the death peace that you're putting together. But no, they're doing like a retrospective. Because I've been here for so damn long. So, Yeah. Cool. Yeah, that's that's available. Yeah, It's fun, but that's it. And yeah, I'm sure See all of the feelings coming up, huh? Way in pain. And yesterday he showed me and Lex. You know this one. This has been a reference I've made since our first day he pulled. He found the tape of my Josh Hartnett interview. Which that was the one that I always reference Now I have since changed my mind. Josh is a really good guy. Cleveland from was one that changed my mind on him, but I didn't unnerve you with Josh Hartnett about Pearl Harbor, and Josh said, maybe 13 words in that interview, and it was one of the most painful Segments of television I've ever done because I could get nothing out of this guy that and it was awful like it and I re watched it yesterday. Well, I know we watch yesterday, and it's just now it's even more painful because again I look like I'm doing an elementary school. They look like they report. Yeah, it looks like Fox. Let's um, elementary school kid in here to do an interview. With a star. And, you know, as I like to make a way like something like, you know, just something not a make a wish, but just like, you know, I want to contest or something like a kid contest. And and again, Jeff counted. I think Josh literally does say, maybe 27 28 words. And the The thing is for minutes long. Oh, and it's me. It's me just filling the air. Because, Josh, we're all all three. All of us on the We all know that feeling Call four of us know that feeling Yeah, it's when you when you get a guest like that. It's like Oh, please say something. Please give you something. Please give us something to go off on and no. Yeah, So anyway, you can look for my job it very soon. Fox nine. Yeah, about Well, let's take a break. When we During this break, I will Instagram and tweet this picture out of me at 12 years old. And when we come back another another streaming service. Dawn will tell you about Do we need this? Plus the flight attendant on HBO, Max. Several people are talking about it, including Alexis. What's our thoughts? What's her thoughts You'll find out next Have you heard Donna and Steve lately? Check out this highlight. I almost ran out of gas on the way to work. What? How close? I always play this little game with myself..
"fox studios" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Biden. It's nice to have you here as the youngest member of the Senate one, therefore, who may expect the longest career there. I wonder if you'd do us since it's clear that you're not corrupt. You got elected Russian people think that the system produces corrupt results. When there you are. I'm not sure you should assume I'm not corrupt. But I'm thank you for that The system does produce corruption. And I think implicit in the system is corruption when in fact Whether or not you can run for public office and cost a great deal of money for United States Senator Small state like Delaware, you have to go to those people who have money, and they always want something. And in his case, he has his kid the bad man in many different ways, either between his crack cocaine habit in his bags, a crack around him or his bags of money. He sends his kid hunter Biden to Ukraine. O to Russia. Oh, to China. Oh, to Kazakhistan, O Tio, Romania. Oh, to Yemen, you name the country and coming back. And, of course, the big guy Joe Biden's getting of 10 to 55 0% cut of the action. That's how honest that's how corruption free this guy is. While he sold out his own kids. Uh, you know. Oh, he'll sell out anything. I just don't think the a cz much as we've seen on Hunter. There's even that and more on Biden. And it would be traumatic for the general public to see it. But like I said, another interviews where people have asked me my opinion, I think the public needs to see it enough. Coddling the public. People need to see the truth on this stuff. I'm sick of me and other journalists like you knowing the truth and it never gets to the public. I'm tired of it. The public needs to see it. You know it's traumatic, but we aren't going to be able to solve these problems. Unless the average citizens because they don't want it, and it's only someone like him to walk around acting like he's the president elect. When he knows it was a big sham. What kind of person would accept then walk around like you're the president, knowing you still tell me There does that. It was a person like that start running the country. So where do you see things going? This is going to be a marathon, not a sprint. Where do you see things going over the next 2 to 4 weeks toe eight weeks because many people say Oh, he's the president elect. It's all over. The media does not choose the president elect. The president is not. The president elect is not chosen until December, 14th when the electors cast their votes. Where is this going? Over the ensuing weeks, dude. They're gonna fight in every way they can at the courts, right? It depends on how much the mass will be forced to cover it. And Fox Studios know we know the Fox News is as compromises they come And if the people are You know they're trying to shut down Trump voters and demoralize. Um by doing this, They're well. They're trying to cram it down her throat if the Trump campaign Sticks to their guns. They don't give up there in this fight toe when it and they take it seriously, and we have all the guns come out blazing. I think he could come out victorious. This fraud is so deep and so wide there's ah, his past data and strategy person. I can't remember. His name is running. Ah, He raised enough money to do it. He was raising 125,000. He got that Go fund me. Shut him down. You've started a new campaign and end up getting twice the money. People are mad. So 250,000. What he's doing is is auditing all the dead people and people who shouldn't be voting it in the swing states and he'll do more if you can, but the most important states that well, you know, turn the election or put a bright light on it, and that's what they're using The money for Taking a dime and he's going to do that's the kind of hard work we need to put into this. It's it's It's a very It's like someone said it's like a surgical operation. It is. It's very, very serious, and it's very serious. We need to look at who we're all the dead people that voted I You know, I had a someone sent me a list of 14,000 dead people were registered in one county in was a Wisconsin. Our mission, and I can't remember. I think it was Michigan Wayne County right here. Oh, yeah. Wayne County? Yep. Yep. It Wayne County, Michigan. 14,000 people. So now they need to look at that that they actually cast votes. So there is so much for I now you're also talking the scorecard system that, you know, Hammer. It sounds like the hammer goes in. It deals with the curve, the encryption. It's able to break the encryption. And then once that encryption is broken, then you can use whatever software in this case, the scorecard to flip the boat. And they found it did a glitch. It wasn't a glitch right? The 6000 votes they found in that one county or that one polling place that one soft system now that's everywhere and just in Michigan, But it's Everywhere and those things If we can get to those, he I mean, he wanted a landslide. I mean, come on. Look at Pennsylvania. They had Lady Gaga. They're trying to get a crowd. She could only get 75 people there. For Biden, meanwhile, trumps bringing in 10 thousands like a rock star. He? It's you. You You can't your lying eyes or not? Your eyes are not lying to you. You saw what the rest of us, it's not possible. O Biden did not get more votes than any other president in U. S history. He did not get that He did not get people to turn out at 98 97. Percent. There's like 140. What do you call Borough is an upper a district awards. They're called or voting wards in Wisconsin in Milwaukee alone, where 90% in a love of the people that showed up to vote. Um, you know that they showed up to vote? That's that's not even possible. They say that they had mathematicians and sedatives. Xin. Look at this. The percentage of possibility that Biden got the map that he claims that Is so close to zero that it's essentially zero. It's one out of 52 million that he got them. It's not possible. Well, In fact, here's one that I got some. Even so well, you know, Joe Biden got 73 million votes. You know, he's so popular. He got well, that's the most votes anyone has never gotten. I said to this person The guy the week before the election was with Barack Obama in Flint. And they had 76 cars there. Okay, number one number two and at the same time when Trump came to the area, as you said they had many thousands, many thousands. But I said, Listen. I go, Barack Obama. God 68 million votes. I go. Are you telling me that more people came out in our country and in the urban setting? For Joe Biden. A vote when they won't even get in their cars to come see him in person. It's to the tune of five million more people than Obama. Are you telling me that hand and home that makes any sense in any universe? I never really say they said, I never really thought about it that way. Well, That coincide. That proves my point. Only the rugal ignorant of the corrupt..
"fox studios" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Can ah, home and native on and troop HBO in a coming, man and we go going too easy, the true not strong and free from for and wide Oh, Canada. We stand on for the gods keep you on and go Since 30 Canada. We stood on for the E O Okay, Waste and on. All right, a somber moment acknowledging, but I'm interested in that story. You were while I was in the century hotel and on not far from Fox Studios said I was going to New Jersey to talk to the producers about doing a bit part. In the Sopranos way had argued about it because they wanted to play myself and it was about gambling. And I said I can't do that while you come up here will do that. And I was all set to go up there. Of course, 9 11 happened. You were taking the red eye tonight on the 11? Yeah, Flying out Articulate. 7 30 YEAR, eight clock with 30 years and So he never ever got there and I didn't get home till like three or 44. But Everybody remembers where they were there. Yeah, I don't know why it takes something like that to bring the whole country. Alright, our focus shifts. To Ed Chen. At the center of his face will take place between Yanni Gordon and G. I Joe, who is taking Cizikas his spot in between Clutterbuck and Mark, You know they're going to come out as hard as they can. They need this. Calendar's way Go Buck is drops. It's 50 50 and the Islanders do when Andy Green in the Islanders and left wing for Nick Leddy up the middle Hijo deflects it in Koslowski pumps it up the far boards It's held in. Martin Left Circle shot on that may have hit the post. Least I heard it'll It'll look like Vasilevskiy had it in his glove. I'd like to see a replay on that one. Yeah, it looked like it. I thought he caught it. But it could have Hit the post. Vasilevskiy pushes it to his Is right around the board's Martin just shoots. He just caught it. Yeah, I don't know why I heard a post claim. Did you hear that? No. Okay. Must have bells. Years years. You're Steve's sending us an interesting feed. Sorry, Gordon Martin to the right of Vasilevskiy. They both got thrown up. Gordo drawing I want Clutterbuck shall wide writerly heat from the Islanders Green right circle. Crosses to a pitching Nick Leddy left certain he started by Blake Coleman, Zach Bogosian barrels after the puck. It's kept alive by letting loose big ocean that Ryan McDonagh left side outlet Barkley good row across to negotiate. Dr Barkley. Good road on the left wing it center across the polite of you. Golden Circle tees it up Shoot, saved, not played by lady and there corners by Bogosian, who had pinched But he comes up with it in the far corner and punches it out to center. Coleman Gets it free for good row they had offer change. Here comes Victor Hedman. Across the New York line. Love Circle Shock was wide right about paintballs to the right point and plot. Sweet refined the New York that it's gonna come to Krewe chocolate corner feet in front.
"fox studios" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Or call any lab tests now at 7034446633 Bearing down on the Carolina coastline on Jack Callahan, Fox Studios Hurricane Once again. Jesus is about to make a line fall in the Carolinas. Punches. Rick Leventhal is in Atlantic Beach, North Carolina, where more than hurricane warnings are opposed to storm surge, warning, flash flood warnings and now tornado warning, with multiple reports of tornadoes touching down in Brunswick County, just to our south, there's a huge section were there warning people to stay indoors and they are trying to check out the reports of damages as a result. Of those tornado touched out. The storm is expected to move up the East coast over the next two days. President Trump has already issued disaster declarations for the Carolinas and Florida to make it easier to flow. Federal storm relief assistance negotiations on another Corona virus relief bill resume on Tuesday. The Keys, according to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, millions of Children that country Are food insecure. Millions of people in our country are concerned about being evicted. Tens of millions of people are unemployment insurance. Democrats want to resume the $600 weekly supplemental unemployment checks that ran out last week. Republicans calling that a disincentive to work The amount lowered to $200 a week, according Minnesota is investigating how a British newspaper got about police body cam footage showing the arrest and death of George Floyd. The Daily Mail on Monday, publishing parts of the videos from to Minneapolis police officers involved in Floyd's arrest on Memorial Day. The judge has allowed the reporters to view the footage by appointment but has not cleared it for mass dissemination. 18 year old Portland man has been charged with assaulting a federal officer with a dangerous weapon and willfully damaging government property with a powerful fireworks device thrown into the federal courthouse in Portland. He could get up to 30 years in prison. Wall Street Monday, the Dow gained 236 points. NASDAQ Up 157. America is listening to Fox News from the Fort of Central Credit Union home Loans Traffic center some overnight construction to be aware of. When the Tampa area highways tonight, South bound to send five near the airport. The two right lanes will be closed, and then that same spot. The rant from state Road 60 under South bound to Cindy, five, will also be closed beyond the lookout for further lane closures along both sides of tooth and a five At that same area Westbound I four just past 301 The right leg will be closed and be on the lookout for construction along Gandhi Boulevard in Hillsborough County that maybe periodical enclosures and changing traffic patterns throughout the night. Carl Zee News radio w fella. A warm and human evening. Just a few isolated showers and thunderstorms under partly cloudy skies 80 degrees for a low temperature on Tuesday morning that westerly flow will be in place so warm overnight lows 93 4 high in the afternoon about a 40% chance of mostly inland showers and thunderstorms later in the day. 40% chance as well for Wednesday with a high of 91 rain chances. Increase a bit. For Thursday, 50% chance high of 90 west winds 5 to 10 Nazis won two to smooth conditions on bay, an inland waters. I'm news Channel eight chief meteorologist Steve Garvey. News Radio Pele now streaming on your Amazon echo and over 2000 devices by the I Heart radio ad. This is.
"fox studios" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Terrence Howard. Is Seemingly back in the writes about this this actually I've been like two three years of he divorced. Is wife. Michelle get! and. She was suing him. Saying that he owes her money, right? While apparently. Judge Zukin had ruled that the actor only his second wife. Michelle Genn. Two, hundred, sixty, three, thousand, nine, hundred and thirty seven dollars in back spouse with support and another one, million, fifty, five, thousand, nine hundred seventy dollars, thanks to his increase in income from his role on empire, because when he started with Blair he was making like around one hundred thousand something episode by and we'll starting getting two hundred fifty thousand dollars per episode so that increase. The I believe the spousal support, or you know the money, alimony or whatever he was supposed to pay. Well apparently. Fox Studios had. Terrence Howard. Some. From his. From his time. On Empire they owed him about. One point three million dollars. So. Terrence Howard had sued them for the money that they. They're they want to release the money to him. However, his wife filed asks why filed a countersuit against the Fox studio? Because she's saying that that's money owed to her because he still hasn't pain her the million south night, he owes her back. In the. So now the Fox studios is petition the court to let them know who to release the funds. And Terrence Howard is talent studio. Run my.
"fox studios" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"I. Think. That's a good sign to to move on. You mentioned the loss dance. Tell me. All about mandate looks great. Well was a shell mazing. Ten episodes didn't drag it older like it. It's I wanted more by the end of it in are. Again coming into completely called Dr Anything about NBA except how it's played Darna anything about the Chicago Bulls especially in this era in the early nineties late nineties. I know very little about Michael Jordan I know that he is considered one of the greatest players of all time of any sport You Know He. He left possible like they cover the whole kind of like. Like our way he he left basketball because he felt that he was to press. Should the murder of his father, so he went to baseball for a bit, and he didn't do too grand base wool, and then he came back to possible. didn't know any of that, but man. This shirt is just sorry. Informative while at the same time being started damn into dining. It seems like you get a really good fail of the characters involved you know. Michael Jordan Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman Hollow knowing his name. Those in particular and Phil Jackson to a lesser extent, but those three characters. They feel like every ten hours. You you feel like you really gets neither which is what a good documentary should be able to do. It tells the. Story about how they kind of kept his what they call, a dynasty got. this was. Second what they call it three pate so. They won. Three championships in a row in the early nineties than they want another three championships in Harare in the light on his. And that is an impossible toss for any NBA team it. It goes into how Michael Jordan eventually just how he? Got Sponsorships and eventually he was going to go into adults. He was really really kate on added us. His mother Louis Him into Nike. Air Jordans with the Nike take. That might not vague thing. You might have been the three one three strives with the with the edge audience that you know that. It's kind of crazy to historian. Right exactly and. Show like documentary guys onto show. That was never really a big name before Michael Jordan came along and endorsed. It would actually track running shoes. And it's just kind of crazy had a polish work, and then it goes into how it. How he ended up making space jam, and how they use the screen to make space jam and had. I created a whole training facility at the Space Jam that Twentieth Century Fox Studios Oh. Sorry one of the studios that create a training facility for him. They flew play his in. Hollywood to play with him while he was shooting it's just a great documentary. Dear, that just shows you. The rise in full of this of this great great team and to a much much closer extent, all you know magnified is Michael Jordan's career You get to say his rise, and then you get to see why he left and it's very heartbreaking left. I don't WanNa. Get into too many details, but it's it's just A. It's just a very good example of a celebrity. Who quit while they at the best, and that will be forever remembered for quitting at their best and honestly this is this is a shower. That's just firing on all cylinders. It does not feel like a Netflix's production. Because I think it is not an athlete production. It's actually an ESPN production distributed by net flix. Yeah, I heard production companies earned by Michael Jordan. I don't know. Maybe that is I..
Disney CEO Bob Iger Steps Aside; Bob Chapek Named New Head
"Let's move onto Disney some big news. Disney CEO BOB. Iger is stepping down as CEO but will remain executive chairman until twenty twenty one. Now Bob Chepe pack will take over. Chepe heck was the chairman of Disney parks experiences and products. He's been at Disney for a long time. Twenty seven years and we knew was going to step down. Yeah but still. This is a bit of a surprise in who the new CEO is. Yeah a lot of people thought you know be Bob. Eiger came out last year and he put something called the ride of a lifetime and he basically forecast that he was at the he was at the end of his time as CEO of Disney. The you know that he would be stepping down. It was not in the middle of the route of lifetime. This was kind of a a foreshadowing. The timing is really odd again. Given the corona virus and Disney Disney parks worldwide or about thirty percent of the revenue of the total profitability of the company. Like this is a big deal yet. A lot of people didn't realize you know the thought that the next leader from Would come maybe from Disney plus from the from the video side and they didn't they went and tapped a guy who's been at the benefit the parks. Yeah I happen to think. It's all a big conspiracy just to keep the Bob's in power feels like a snap. It feels like a snub to someone like Kevin Mayor. Who's been heading up Disney streaming service and Disney for so long has been saying streaming Disney placid future of Disney and to bring somebody in who has experienced running the parkside. The experience I've Disney is an interesting choice and the market doesn't seem to like it. But I I kind of do minus the Bob Bob thing strange but I think it's a good thing because as you said it's the parks in the experience that has been driving Disney throughout his entire history. And you don't want to put everything on streaming and ignore the extremely profitable important aspects. That is the Disney culture. That's created from experiences like parks the thing that's really interesting. And the Bob Eiger it. It's interesting to me that when Bob Eiger became the CEO. I don't know if you remember this but it was not a popular pick at all. It was not you know he was thought of as being the wrong guy coming from the wrong industry but what he has been. He's been a master capital alligator. Bought Pixar Lucasfilm's Fox Studios Marsa Marvel Marvel Tuck in acquisitions exactly exactly me transformational acquisitions. But people didn't realize you know people did not give him the credit in advance that that was what he was going to do. And I think one of the reasons that they went to the direction that they did is the thing that Bob Iger did that. People were surprised about is he really cracked the code on direct to consumer for Disney. Yeah and baby. Yoda and finally finally. We're going to see some BAYONA merchandise and other high not gonNA sell
Emma Watts resigns as chief of 20th Century Studios
"Emma Watts who was chief of what is now now called Twentieth Century Studios of course was twentieth century. Fox Studios is leaving Disney and this is less than a year after the Disney merger the Disney acquisition of Fox closed. And what has happened here is first of all we. We should talk a little bit. About whom watts is. But this is also part of of kind of the dismantling of Fox and the reaction to Emma Watson's resignation from people like Steven Spielberg and Ryan Reynolds. I think it's sort of a signal that there's queasiness around the way that Disney has completely swallowed Fox even though the kind of movies Mawass made Don't fit obviously into what Disney has done in the past at
"fox studios" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Faced increasing competition from writer companies like uber left in Orange County Corbin Carson KFI news more dead pool is in the works actor Ryan Reynolds who plays the title character confirmed the news online he says now that Disney has bought fox studios production is happening at Marvel studios Disney CEO Bob Iger assured fans earlier this year the studio has no intention of taming the character who is known for his pal mild sarcasm once it's released its final episode of the man the show's creator drop some big news over the weekend more episodes are on the way season two will debut in the fall still on the fifty seven in Glendora northbound side before that to send this us all big rig is stuck in the right lane it looks like I your drive is quickly stocking up but just before Covina Boulevard in another still big rig in west Covina this one's on the ten west found after grand it's also stuck in the right lane there and that started to slow down around just before via Verde it's a slow ride through the city of industry sixty westbound get ready to tap on breaks coming off of it just to Avenue stays busy get a six oh five if you see something on the road please give us a call on the traffic tip line eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three okay fine the sky helps get you there faster I'm sorry any kind of windy your forecast next listen up Los Angeles area are you interested in learning how to generate active and passive income flipping real estate tax liens then listen to this the premier tax lien company is.
"fox studios" Discussed on KTRH
"He had misrepresented what that Russian sources sad and that the FBI knew at the time the card a page in fact was acting as a contact is a unofficial source for the CIA given what you know now we we talked earlier to director call me and he basically said I was wrong in what I represented back in twenty eighteen are you willing to admit that you were wrong in your defense of the F. B. I.'s finds a process I'm certainly willing to admit that the that the inspector general found serious abuses of five so that I was unaware of Sirius abuses I was unaware of that that is apparently Washington political speech or spa local speak for yes I was wrong but he's never going to be fully that he was wrong because then he left the fox studios one on order over to ABC to talk to George Stephanopoulos were stephanopolous asked him about about the abuses of the FISA program by the F. B. I. proven now by the odd you reporting here's what you've told Stephanie is that it was all essentially the state conspiracy they were spying on the trump campaign all of that was the bond but inspector general the Wall Street journal should spend a lot you know someone is in a red lines yes is an out right lie again and now he claims the there was the ball to that the FBI spied on Carter page meanwhile on another network Dick Durbin his colleagues on the Democrat side Cheryl is saying Carter page does to reserve an apology because of the way of what was done to him by the FBI through the FISA court Hey this is incredible they are in capable of telling the truth or at least more than once all right seven eleven what happened in twenty nineteen we're gonna get into that again in just a couple minutes just McCall communications professor at DePaul University going over the top stories but right now let's get you moving traffic.
"fox studios" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The in the official came and they've been wanting to try to hear from some of these and the officials notably Ross vote the acting OMB director and Mick Mulvaney who used to be the OMB director is now the al acting White House chief of staff to talk about why the aid was withheld he testified for about five and a half hours today and Republicans continue to say you know that these witnesses don't have any relevance oxygen per gram on Capitol Hill reports the committee's also released transcripts from previous secret depositions of that event NSA staffer Timothy Morrison and Jennifer Williams an aide to vice president Mike pence both of whom heard the president's call with the cranes presidential inscape congressman Adam Schiff who chairs the impeachment inquiry told the Democrat convention in California on Saturday there is nothing more dangerous than an unethical president to believe that he is above the law or public testimony is scheduled next week a new study has been released questioning some of the treatments for heart disease heads up if you're one of the about seventeen million Americans with clogged arteries and that's even if you already have a stand or a fat bypass surgery a large federal study finds that people with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries may have less chest pain if they get a procedure to improve blood flow rather than just taking medicine but it won't cut the risk of having a heart attack or dying over the next few years it suggests the tens of thousands of costly procedures each year are unnecessary or premature for people with stable disease it's different from a heart attack when a procedure is needed right away to restore blood flow Sanji impresso fox news please fired tear gas at protesters holding out of Hong Kong's polytechnic university as clashes resumed early Sunday Chinese soldiers of putting their first appearance there helping to remove debris from the streets Jack Callahan this is fox studios from.
"fox studios" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"In on my own like if I get there early before anybody else and I'm getting my water and I kind of look around and I'm like look Sir I respect your space I just I would hope they would respect mine 'cause I got Momma's gotTa make money right so if you wanna like move stuff around as a Hallo were you know let me know your hair fine just Nomi togas yes I don't please don't tell me on the shoulder I will scream I will run and that will be the end of our relationship has never ever ah for when I was told by other investigators and even like mediums is never go up into a space that had some sort of energy or haunting and say what do you want because that's like inviting something in yeah it's always good to say to to establish and set this space like hey I acknowledge you good or bad but listen homes like let me do my work led a share the space I'm here six am to one or whatever in the rest of the night time thing yes yeah I have I have just been like you WanNa tell me something if there's anything that you want me to know right you can hit me off to please don't be aggressive I'm like a baby investigator B b chantale Fijian's be gentle with the baby speaking of words you downloaded an APP and you have collected if we could go over the words you collect did so what is the you collected the words and you use a specific at is it the ghost tracker or is it ghost finder there's a bunch of amounts they're just called ghost detector it's the it won't show me the full name or maybe it does happen here we go so it's called ghost detector and I have an android phone and it's got it's like a blue teal blue circle with like a black handprints and you know one of your episodes goes we're talking about Scherzer boxes and I was watching ghost ghost brothers and they there was a guy who was let's bring out square box and he was just using iphone and I was like Oh crap their APPs downloaded an APP and I would kind of be like hey of d tell me something do you WanNa say something and so I've got a whole word history that I started in early September and so I've got a couple of names I've got you know some random things like like some just said Englander someone there was one where it was like go away and I was like okay here's the thing though I work here so I can't go away so I need you to respect that and I'll respect you wanting to kick it in here but please don't be rude and than I ever anything else has just been random stuff like every once in a while I'll get stuff where it's like don't belong or Maggot and sometimes I'll get something that's like Unna win man laughter like Katie gently I'll get lake it's just it's a lot of random stuff I've asked it because you and I were texting back and forth and I was like you know this is what I'm getting a specific so I've asked him like do you can you tell tell me something about myself can you tell me my name and it'll give me a name the name Ali and I've seen it a couple of times and I'm like no no no that's that's not what mine immediately after just said lies and I just cracked up I was like I was like no that's actually not so can you tell me my name and so it went from like alley to sally and I was like no it's not sally I'll get like a lot of random stuff and so I'll also like every once in a while I'll get like a negative I will say curse dirt will be like no priest and unlike that's probably the decor was like go away his put my foot down and so just roll my eyes and the fallen for it and then that word then there's nothing else stops but it'll just be kind of like like stuff like just random stuff like I was thinking about the getting water or tea like doing like our time and I was like Gosh I get tears and maybe like do little lap around like I'm ready waiting for something download or schedule and I'll try to be active gamma steps in and so I was like should I do and like you'll see like the levels go up really high and they'll stay high in Kinda come down and then a word POPs out and the word said walk now and I was like all right let's go for a walk and so sometimes like it's been mostly random but sometimes it'll be like specific to me like if I'm not like I haven't been feeling had a lot of allergy issues and so one of the things I was like can you can you talk to me can you tell me what's going on and it was like disease and I was like I was like well it's not really disease it's just like allergies and it's just it'll like it like I think there's something trying to communicate in the room that I work in there are a lot of electrical Whitman says there's plenty for it to go from that's true like it depends on what's on around there or maybe it's pulling you know words or Sir some sort of energy that's around there you know maybe it's never maybe it doesn't quite know how it works and so it's just kind of throwing random stuff out I mean I mean I can't assume that every every energy is like a pro communication or if you know they've even had anybody who's come in there've been like hey I know you're here yeah and so maybe they're just like anything just anything right doesn't know or recognize like what a phone looks like an iphone or android you know sometimes you have to tell it you know or tell whatever is there to you have to describe the instrument hand and ask them you know or direct them how to communicate through that instrument yeah like whenever I do a lot of paranormal investigator I'm taught to so first off tell them what you have in your hand and direct them how to communicate with that specific you know device or tool so it does help and then you'll learn the so questions to tell it or to ask it so that's very interesting looking at held back there's Ashton spirits his Brian Sally Beware Soldier Molly Read Kerr's that doesn't sound like a good one it's all really it's all really random it seemingly random although like the whole alley thing and I was like no that's not my name and then lies yeah which which is something that is as like I never call people are like you're a liar remind my thing is like I always go is this oh I don't know if they're like hey she gets this she says but it's it's it's been it's been interesting sometimes like I was having computer issues in the middle of the week unlike there's a bunch of people in the room and I kind of out of the corner of my mouth I was like if you're screwing with my computer AMANITA stop because I have to do I don't know if it's you but if it is I I don't have time for this I got I keep on schedule there are things that have to be done deadlines no pun intended but I have deadlines might look you can do this whenever you want just could we stop the nonsense right so I don't know if it's them you know technology's great until it's not yet and it fails that's true that's what we see in a lot of those paranormal shows but the biggest tool the biggest device that you have that you carry with you as your body and your mind and your intuition and your intuition and your gut tells you there's something there and it's trying to make communication with you and the workers as well but it's so funny because you're also telling me like you are getting other one or two individuals that are complete skeptics and then you tell them well I'm not a skeptic I believe in this and they're like on her birthday and he he's said that it was like around her time of death I don't know what time he's going by but he was adamant that it was on her birthday so who knows who knows where that clock has stopped very interesting because you mentioned in the studio there is like a poster or reese stories.
Ewan McGregor Set for Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ Series, to Shoot in 2020
"We look over the landscape of streaming it looks to be quite a frontier coming soon and i just think netflix is going to get dinged pretty badly. You got disney plus which is coming up with a a series stories of star wars seasons. Some star wars off shoots <hes>. They've got one about a body bounty hunter. They've got one about <hes> obi-wan-kenobi. It'll be and they're trying to get you and mcgregor for that role and then there was one other i can't. I can't remember what the premise is but they've there's three star wars offshoots that they're gonna have plus all the material they already have all the content from disney and marvel now fox studios the own everything so that'll abi something riveting and also apple is jumping into this game now they're producing original content and the first thing off the assembly line is a show with jennifer aniston reese witherspoon and oh uh uh steve carell okay. Isn't it too
Despite box office domination, Disney's earnings disappoint
"I'm kim masters and this is the hollywood breakdown joining me as bellany of the hollywood reporter and matt <hes> this past week disney reported its earnings and they were disappointing disappointing despite disney having basically devoured the box office with ventures game in captain marvel and toy story foreign hit after hit lion king in the future <hes> their stock took a little shot and the reason according to chairman bob eiger and was that twenty th century fox they acquired the company and fox fox has left a couple of duds in the pipeline that really hurt of disney's bottom line. You're not just a couple of duds but he really took aim at the entire fox fox film studio strategy. He basically said that the new management disney was going to rectify some of the problems that imply quote discipline to the movie making process. I mean you look back. This is the first quarter that the fox assets were being counted against disney earnings and judging from what whatever said it seemed to surprise them how much trouble the film division was in and he cited dark phoenix. He started a couple of other big pricey bombs that were left them now. Obviously this is in his interest to do you know they had an earnings miss so you've gotta explain it somehow and it was very convenient for him to be able to point a finger at this company money that they absorbed but it does ring true if you look at some of the box office performance of these films in the fox studio had kind of been in this middling you know they had a couple of franchises but not those billion dollar franchises and they had pricey mrs dark phoenix and x. men movie that didn't do much at the box office. That was very pricey a._c. Miss i tried to walk a line sort of saying that we're taking over in. It's all going to be good now. We're redefining fox's film strategy and meanwhile meanwhile i'm not blaming anybody because it was hard for them. Over there you know there was all this talk for months and months and months about a takeover and maybe they took their eye off the ball was the implication kevin however you know if you're emma watts the one upper level fox film executive to survive this because the chairman of the fox studio stacey snider didn't make the move to disney disney. You gotta be feeling a little bit like there's a bullseye painted on you although he eicher did say <hes> you know i'm not blaming any individual yeah. I don't see how you feel comfortable and you know there. Is this question now. What is fox. It's a pared down version of itself. They're gonna make up. Maybe a ten movies but half of those are supposed to be for the streaming service. I am not quite clear yet. Who's in charge of what <hes> i. It's just been a pretty rough ride. Yeah fox's now illegal under disney just like marvel just like pixar lucasfilm and it's going to be treated as such but let's talk about a different topic here at disney which is wasn't just fox that dragged them down. They we are spending like crazy to launch the streaming service that it's going to go live later this year. Call disney plus and it's going to be the future of the company. They're trying to compete with netflixing. It's not just the disney library stuff all the children's movies and the marvel movies that are gonna go to disney plus. It's going to be new stuff stuff like a star wars series stuff like marvel original series and that's costing them a lot of money and they're not seeing any benefit to that and i talked about this in the past that the disney board is on board for his strategy which is to spend big now an end some of these lucrative licensing deals to own the direct to consumer experience and compete in the streaming world and that's gonna cost money and it's going to drag down earnings for a while yeah i mean at the idea is short term pain for long-term gain which of course leads to the perennial question. What what's it's going to happen with. Netflixing is going to really hurt net flicks. We're seeing signs of that already and we are watching an industry transform before our eyes. Thank you matt thank you. That's matt bellamy editorial director of the hollywood reporter. He joins me this monday at one thirty on the business. I'm kim masters and this is the hollywood breakdown.
Here's what Disney owns after the massive Disney/Fox merger
"This is or was the theme for Twentieth Century Fox studios. But as of midnight eastern time last night the studio is now part of Hollywood history. The Walt Disney company's acquisition of the bulk of FOX's entertainment assets is now a done deal. A seventy one point three billion dollar deal to be exact Disney already bought Pixar, Lucasfilm and marvel and now it is acquired what were previously FOX owned marvel properties like deadpool and X men as well as the F X networks. Fox's TV production arm and FOX's thirty percent stake. In the streaming service, Hulu, the Murdoch family will still own Fox News. The Fox Broadcasting network, the national Fox Sports channels and the FOX studio lot in century city
Chicago Police Superintendent Speaks Up About Jessie Smollett
"Police giving details about the arrest of empire actor jussie smollet the actor who's black and gay claimed he was assaulted by two masked men wearing pro President Trump hats who hurled racist and homophobic slurs at a very somber. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson who is black opened up. His statement about the case saying he was angry denies I look out into the crowd. I just wish that the families have gun violence in this city got this much attention because that's who really deserves the amount of attention that we're giving to this particular incident. Johnson going into that brother Johnson going on to say this announcement today recognizes that empire actor jussie smollet took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career. Left hanging. My head and asking why? Why would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations Johnson. He's a fool on nutjob. John Tucker Carlson's point on this is a lot of times, we get stuck in these things where we're standing up for the powerless in the you know, the people that are kept down. Here's a guy with millions of dollars these famous actor. He is not powerless. You're you're not coming to his rescue with this story. He's got he can hire lawyers. He can get attention. How about all those people that are murdered all the time in Chicago. They got no power. They can get no attention. They can hire. No lawyers. No protection. Same-day jussie smollet was perpetrating his hoax and trying to portray many good American people as horrific monsters. Are there was a terrible terrible hate crime against the Jewish man. I think he was in New York City that got zero attention zero obvious patently clear hate crime. But he wasn't a celebrity plus Jews there. According to the the left they're under suspicion these days. So yeah, got no attention whatsoever. The hypocrisy the layers of it is just astonishing Johnson thickening Johnson going on at that smollet stage the attack and center racist and homophobic, threatening letter to himself at the FOX studios before
Goodbye, 2018 a year of data and privacy scandals
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kabo this holiday season. Give your loved ones the gift of stress free TV with control center by Kabo the easy way to control everything connected to your TV with just one remote control center is available at C A V, O dot com and best buy control center by capo one remote that does it all. The year that was in business and technology from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. It is New Year's Eve. And that means we made it friends to the end of twenty eighteen which was by any account, a huge year in the world of business and technology. I mean, fortnight alone, right? There were also huge data and privacy scandals. Amazon search for headquarters movie pass came and went this week. We're going to be looking back at the year. That was an ahead to the stories that will be big in two thousand nineteen in tech policy NCIS which starts next week today. A look back with Tom Merritt, host of the daily tech news show. We both agreed on one thing Europe dropped the mic on tech and privacy with its big new law. The general data protection regulation or GDP are well, it looms over everything because every company that does business in Europe has to comply with it every company that is big in the United States does business in Europe and complying with it usually has knock on affects to the way. It handles privacy. And other markets. A lot of times companies are saying, well, we'll change our practice in Europe. But will also just change it everywhere else for simplification. The DP are got a good at it in a sense because it coincided I think with what I thought was sort of the biggest trend of the past year, which was this sort of collective awareness of the business model of the internet as exemplified by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. There's the bargain we thought we were making which was giving some data in exchange for free services. And then I think there was this realization that oh, wow. We thought we gave our data to once. I turned out. We gave it to everyone. And it turned out they printed money off of it. Do you agree? Do you think that case to change it a lot for how we think about privacy? Yeah. No it up -solutely. Did you're absolutely right. I I find the case odd. But as most things are it's not the best example of this. A lot of the people reporting on it were shocked shocked to find that this kind of practice is going. Right. It wasn't new it hadn't not been reported on. And this actually wasn't the most aggressive example we've ever seen, but because of the nexus of events regarding attitudes towards Facebook and attitudes towards politics, it blew up and became the poster story for this issue. Yeah. All right. Well, so what do you think though? I mean, this wasn't the only thing that it was actually quite a momentous year. You could argue in tech avent's what what's a big one for you. You know, I think the other thing we're seeing trend wise this year is the eruption of streaming video as a battleground for companies who want to be in it before it really does overtake cable the writings on the wall. Everyone knows that streaming videos overtaking traditional cable service and everyone's getting into position the biggest example of that is Disney fighting off Comcast to buy a large majority of FOX in order to get a back catalog of television from FX FX x. And FOX studios to put in streaming services. But also it looks like they're going to get full control of Hulu after that. So Disney will be in good position to continue to compete with Netflixing prime video after that acquisition. Tom Merritt is host of the daily tech new show tomorrow, we'll talk with futurist Amy Webb about her predictions for the near future of tech. Happy new year everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM December thirty first is coming up fast. And that means time is running out to support marketplace and make your gift go twice as far donate today. A marketplace dot org to invest in news, you value and trust and your contribution in any amount will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at can Dida. Thanks for believing in what we do.
Mike Huckabee Resigns From Music Education Board After Fierce Backlash From Nashville
"In europe a lego and fortum charging drive the they envision 27 each charging hubs in twenty european countries that accommodate different charging methods and speeds at the same location the ideas to connect metropolitan areas with a consistent charging network so people can drive not just with in metro areas but also from one to the other without worrying whether they can charge up rods expected to start after financial details are completed in mid 2018 it didn't take long for former republican presidential candidate mike huckabee was stepped down from his new gig on thursday he resigned from the board of the country music association foundation after his election was swiftly criticized in the music community it was just wednesday that he was announced as a new member but a letter from sandbox management chief jason owing called huckebee's election grossly offensive to do his political opinions and connection to the national rifle association andy said his clients who include artist like little big town faith fell in case you must graves would no longer support the foundation the cnas of thursday that puk abi resigned immediately fox tv's says little erin oj simpson's special including an unseen 2006 interview in which he theorizes about what happened the night his ex wife was murdered fox says the two hour special called o j simpson the loss confession will air eight pm eastern time on sunday march 11th soulard at o'brien is for host the previously unaired interview with simpson was conducted by publisher judith reagan the video tapes had been shelved on the fox studio lot and recently discovered according to fox the interview include simpson's hypothetical account of the 1994 stabbing deaths of nicole brown simpson and her friend ron goldman the network called his remarks detailed and disturbing oj simpson was acquitted of criminal charges by jurors but found responsible and his subsequent civil.