25 Burst results for "Gene Wilder"
Timothée Chalamet reportedly eyed to play Willy Wonka in new prequel
"There's a new willy wonka movie in the works that will hit theaters in twenty twenty three. It'll be a prequel to that's going to focus on young willie wonka and his advisors before opening his famous chocolate factory. Gene wilder played wonka and the original johnny. Depp also played wonka now. Collider is reporting that timothy. Shallow may is one of the young actors being looked at for the lead role. I love that
10 Trivia Questions From a Ladder Round
"Are gonna jump into ten questions on a ladder around right now. Here we go. It's latte around trivia and it's your first question number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle who played the title role on the tv. Show malcolm in the middle number one question number. Two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax number two which ban had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax remember if you got the first one correct. One of those words will carry over into number two and so on and so forth number to question number. Three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three and number four which australian i con played mick crocodile dundee number four which australian played mick crocodile dundee question number five which late actors starred in the films takers. Eight below and into the blue which late starred in the films takers. Eight below in into the blue followed by question number. Six supernatural star. Jared paddle lucky is. Set to star in a reboot of what nine hundred ninety s action drama. Tv show number. Six supernatural star. Jared pedal lucky is set to star in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show and number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven question number eight a nine hundred ninety two wasp w a s p song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight one thousand nine hundred eighty two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight and number nine what was the name of the row all dahl children's book which spawned two respective versions number nine. What was the name of the wral dow children's book which spun two films with gene wilder and johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions number nine followed by our last question number. Ten tae zahn day went viral in the mid. Two thousand after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Pretend taes andre went viral and mid two thousands after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Those are all your questions in the ladder round. Every answer helped you the next answer. Hopefully you're able to figure them all out and we'll be right back to see if he did in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to the latte around today. Let's see how you did if you're able to climb the entire ladder number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle. That was frankie. Muniz frankie muniz. He is a racer and he is an actor. Frankie muniz number two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song relaxed. That was frankie. Goes to hollywood. So frankie was the word that carried over there never three. Which wrestler was the leader of the new world order. That was hollywood. Hulk hogan hollywood hulk hogan and number four which australian icon played. Mick crocodile dundee. That of course was paul hogan paul hogan number five which laid actor starred in the films takers eight below and into the blue paul walker r.i.p paul walker number. Six supernatural star. Jared petty is set to start in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show. That's walker texas ranger walker texas ranger and number seven. What horror film franchise has entry subtitled the next generation and the beginning. That is texas chainsaw massacre and number eight of nineteen ninety-two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk that was chainsaw charlie chainsaw charlie number nine. What was the name of the rile children's book which spawned two films with gene wilder. Johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions. That was charlie and the chocolate factory. Charlie and the chocolate factory and a pretend as on day went viral in the mid to thousands. After the music video for which of his songs was released online. That was chocolate rain making it chocolate rain. And there you have it. The ladder from luke mckay. Thank you for sending those questions
All evidence points to the Big Ten being the best league in America for a second straight season
"Today, turn our attention to the big ten where I have Iowa winning the regular season title while Norlander has pegged Illinois as the. Favourite and Wisconsin to finish second. So let's start there. Norrland explain to me why you're being totally disrespectful the frame McCaffrey to Luca Garza to this public research university that was founded in eighteen forty seven at CBS sports me Jerry Paul David all have Iowa in the top two but you and strong JAL cow bone have Iowa third in the big ten. Explain Yourself. This is gene wilders Al-Matar we're talking about for crying out loud. Oh, there we go. Something tells them you've been snooping around the Iowa wikipedia page. That's where I get all my goodland ACM forty, seven trivia gets on. What's the oldest institution in the Big Ten? Let's let's what do we think it is big ten rules. What's two oldest one founded first? What's our guest founded? I I'm running through right now I'm going to say it's Penn State Penn. State's your guests I'm going to go. I'M GONNA go man is a tough one I'm going to say. That's a good one. I'M GONNA say Michigan I'M GONNA Michigan sealed list no idea by the way no idea someone chips someone pleads tweet us and let us know I don't know when the oldest we could. Actually we could go and look through all the wikipedia pages in real time here. But let's let's make a fun quick podcast here you want to know why I have. Iowa. Third I'll let you WanNa know what that's what I want. That's what you want to I'll let you know that I talked with Sam visine yesterday good old Sam. Who May who may appear on this podcast remember never know it's always out there. He actually asked me where I have Iowa in my one, two, three, fifty seven and I said, well, I'm GonNa have them in the top ten but I'm actually going to have them behind. Illinois in Wisconsin. He goes. You're absolutely right and I don't know how many people are gonNA. Agree with you. But I'm with you hundred percent and the reason why is this this team has the preseason national player of the year and Luca Garza it's got a great talent and Joe Camp. Jordan bohannon terrific Khanna McCaffrey. Great. But defensively, there's enough there that are not there that I'm going to. Just sell a bit on a twenty eleven team from last season ninety, seven defensive efficiency at Ken Palm. I like Wisconsin's overall team just a smidge better smidge and I do like Illinois I think he's GonNa be the best team in the big ten. So I love that we have we need some more genuine disagreement on the podcast here I've got Illinois definitely as the as the best team in the big ten and then Wisconsin and then Iowa. But in the Grand Scheme of the sport, I, think those are three of the ten best teams in college basketball. We agree on that have Iowa fifth in the top twenty five in one. Illinois six and Wisconsin Tint So. You know. We're all in the same ballpark and I do think you can reasonably despite. My anger at the top of the podcast I do think you can reasonably have those three teams in. Any order as for Iowa. Five players last season start at least twenty games all five or back plus they get Jordan Bohannon Beck, they finish twenty third at. Kim. Tom. But they were 97th in defense of efficiency and quite clearly if you're trying to look for a reason why Iowa isn't actually going to break through and make the final four for the first time since nineteen eighty. Where you start is on the defensive side of the ball ninety seven defensive efficiency. It's hard to be great when you are that bad on the defensive end of the court,
Elon Musk Tweets His Plan To ‘Own No Homes’, Promptly Lists Two For Sale
"Tesla CEO Elon musk is listed two of his California homes for sale this past weekend days after announcing he would get rid of most of his possessions Tracy king a combined thirty nine and a half million dollars for his valor properties including one that was previously owned by the late gene Wilder a boulder for sale by owner right now Tesla is up five and a half percent
Science Is For Everyone. Until It's Not.
"Way to support what we do. You're listening to shortwave from. Npr Brandon. Taylor was the kind of Kid who kept a rock journal and I grew up on a farm and so I would keep very detailed notes about my grandpa's like chickens that he was breeding I mean if this kid wasn't destined for a career in science. I don't know who some people go to college. And they're like what is my major. I never wavered The the biggest change in my life was deciding that I would instead of being a neurosurgeon. Studied Niro Chemistry like that was like the big gene wilder. I walked on the wild side so like for me my entire life. I thought I was going to be a scientist but today brandon is not a scientist. He's a writer. His debut novel real life came out this year and it was a big hit got written up in the New York Times magazine. So it's safe to say things are going well for him but Brennan says walking away from science was like walking away from religion science. Is this incredible amazing way of knowing the world knowing the universe unknowing meaning and in some ways? It's it's a Kenta faith in that way and it's also incredibly painful and fraud and difficult and so it is also a ken to faith and that Leaving Science was for me. It was a ken to burning down my life and trying to find a new world view because that is the thing that I built my entire life around. I didn't experience a single moment of doubt looking around the world right now. It's never been more important to have all kinds of good people in science and that's why we should listen to stories like Brandon's so today in the show. How years of being made to feel like he didn't belong forced brandon to make the tough choice to leave science. And why? That's not just a loss for brandon but for science itself. I'M MAT ISA fire. And this is shortwave. The daily science podcast from NPR. So Brandon Taylor wrote about why? He left science in an essay for Buzzfeed. It's a story that starts at the University of Wisconsin Madison where he went to study biochemistry. I got there in two thousand thirteen and I think from I mean from right away. It was again unhealthy situation Brandon was in his early twenties gay man and out of ninety or so students in his graduate program. He was the only black person I was staying with Three undergraduate boys and one of them kept using racial slurs with his best white friends. And in this like very casual way But then I also would be walking home at night and The the white boys on the on the sidewalks would also say the N. Word and they would like push me and say racial lights things so okay. That was in town. Science was supposed to be a refuge from all of that.
Extreme market volatility is here to stay
"It's time to business now with the financial analysts Lewis Kipah. Good morning to you. Louise Good Morning. Gene Wilder volatility in the stock market. Yesterday tell us more about that. Yeah seems extraordinarily stock markets in the US. Close fool percent lower yesterday yet. Another crazy day. They were up six percent Monday. Tuesday Wednesday over Monday was a huge day. Oh she's a with a huge day down when staying with another huge out says they know the huge day down extreme volatility the likes of which we haven't seen since the great financial crisis so the question is what is this telling us what it's telling us is no one has a clue how the virus pays out we just don't know we know that the virus is spreading incredibly quickly. Just look at the number of people infected. Just look how quick pit spreading around the world but this sort of financial and economic data is taking. You know we'll take a long time to catch up having said that we all seen companies. You know warn about profits and Goldman and J. P. Morgan the two massive American banks this week And we have You know we know some sectors you know we talk about transportation and travel and Alan Industry the U. The US transport index shows. You quite how much you know airline stocks etc Phoolan. That's bound a twenty cent. We have a An airline industry expert record. This is GonNa hit the Allen Industry something like global industry something much of a hundred billion dollars office than starting to get the secondary and tertiary effects. You know we had TV the big UK booed cost yesterday saying but not suppo- unsurprisingly This thing in advertising and And in eight pool that thing advertising down ten percent so we know the Allens all flying though share prices are being hit but like I said we're starting to see the ripple effects through the economy. I'm not yesterday was a big shock to walk his shelves in it. For example percents. So you know in a way. The extreme volatility of the stock market's tells us the everybody doesn't know how important how significant is far. It's GONNA be And McConnell the governor of the Bank of England has been assessing how it will hit the UK economy. Yes and it was really interesting about this scene. The Federal Reserve in states emergency rate cut earlier this week. Also percentage point if you look at what the markets are expecting best adjusting. Federalists make next week as well for home. One percent interest rate cup in literally a week. Now you know and I and you're seeing central banks. Whoever the world solar that lead and yet bizarrely the Bank of England were you kind of like no no. We'll wait wait to see what the data says. Well to be honest. It's GonNa take quite some time for the economic data to catch up with the you know the very fast spreading corona virus. I mean to be fair. Connie is on his way out and we won't have any bank having the governor very very soon so maybe you know that's the point we see The Right Cup but it is quite strange that he's he's not following. What central bankers all around the world to doing Let's have a look at OPEC because announced a large production cut to support oil prices but But if a problem there with Russia soon so so oil is like a folksy for the global economy right okay. Oil used in so many ways. It's the all twice is sort of like a prop demand for oil is approx proxy the economy. So what if I told you I told you the lines? Cutting flights people are flying around the world. I'm surprisingly well. What planes us? Hey Ben jet failed. You know what we know about. You know people working from home and not getting mad cows or they're not driving to work that means less Petuous using 'cause all be things oil demand. Okay so you see the oil price cops twenty percent OPEC meeting yesterday and today. Down desperate to cools the oil price to go up heads. The Production Co. Quite a big production. Koch One and a half million barrels of oil a day but Russia thought ice came to go to to be on board. So you've got the internal politics of OPEC. The Saudis versus the Russians desperately trying to force a production Co. on Russia solace about it because they are profitable Russian oil businesses profitable as much oil price. And so so you in sort of in the background. Everything that's going on can economically. You've got this political squabble inside OPEC which could mean though I'm no production cuts a tool and not contain oil price guys. That for many of us may fill our cars. After the country pub dot would be a really good thing but It just shows a fan the ramifications of the corona virus geopolitically as well as economically Yup and finally though there is one hedge fund boss who is trying to keep the oil market going by putting his His employees into cars. Oh honestly I would swear I'm program but I don't want you to so I would just say who wrote some okay. So millions of people use the cheap everyday public transport. You do I do Georgina. I'm washing my hands. All these more regularly but you know. I'm still grazing with sheep. I think I'll be fine. You Know Corona virus spreads very quickly. It's not like the current events ties about three percent of people get the hardest is. Many people even have the virus with very very mild if no symptoms tool so even if you get a rotavirus it's not necessarily GONNA make you extreme meal. Everybody types of flus every so you know. I think we'll start to be using the Chew House. No one hedge fund manager. Who frankly they're the people that traveled the world all the time and the people he probably bought by Roy Device to the rest of us because what family skiing trips to northern Italy is to bring it up for the rest of us but no they can no longer that you use the youtube this toll victims because if the miniscule risk that they might get great advice and they don't want it to be brought into the office it's like it's like a little spurning the great. Tom Washed everybody else. All the other millions of ordinary Londoners. Who's the Champ Frank? What company refused to diffuse to take trab? Keep going on the cheap pretty short to do that. Without referring doubt it's written in the contract. Louise thank you very much
"gene wilder" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Thought he had his say I thought it the other day Good Morning America did a live shot from dad would I'd like to think it is no you go to we go to dad with high risk and hard we do a live broadcast I was just talking to Chuck guys in a heart beat and I'll go with you this is that you want to go to to dead all right to broadcast from up there mark is in Stockbridge mark walking a movie Monday buddy mark what's up rather or yeah I'm looking I'm going to go away that I'm gonna say the dirty dozen that was set to visit yeah I want to be there Barbara and called Barnes whose dad Jim what does that look Jimmy brown I forgot about Jim Brown that's right cool the on yeah well not of the gene Wilder required you know you you're always someone on a speaking of gene Wilder someone on Twitter have replied to me blazing saddles that be a helluva said to do there are actually on the desert I'd so I sweat too much sun roof I pick a desert locale the visit but that be fun to hang out with that cast the characters marks in canton Georgia mark welcome to the show Hey mark how are you tonight what a brother Hey Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy in the best movie trading places and I know we we're considering that a Christmas movie right because it all at all yeah that was such a good movie I don't but a friend that's that's and that's one of the reasons why I picked Harlem knights of because you you have red fox old old school median Richard Pryor that seventies comedian and then you at Eddie Murphy all in the eighties I just think that would be plus sunshine I get to hang out with sunshine a lesser known character from that movie but if you've seen it you know what I'm talking about sunshine Brian is in Athens Georgia Ryan Walker the mark and show hi we're gonna clap your hands so beautiful beautiful Denver is in Dunwoody we were hanging out for Clark for Christmas kids on Thursday hello Deborah Hey how are you excellence.
"gene wilder" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Is anybody else getting to the point to where you're like now I feel like I feel like gene Wilder at the end of the producers No Way Out No Way Out there is a way out there is a way out we just have to choose to do it and we have to we have to get back to where we were I think we're so beaten up with the tea party because the tea party was about the elections and you know the nine twelve project was not about elections it was about education it was about it was about principles and values and those never go out of style and those are the things that we have to get back to to teaching and to living in our own life yeah I agree that that would be an ideal solution I mean it's tough I I feel like it gets tougher and tougher particularly right now with the way the media covers trump to think any more you know further along than whatever today's news cycle item is but don't use it the news cycle is getting less and less credible yeah I don't know I mean it people are not watching it as much as they used to they're not listening to it as much I mean we pay in media and talk radio we pay more attention to the mainstream media that I think the average person does the average person doesn't they'll get it from Facebook and everything else they're not getting it Leo from all of the shows that you know seat and nobody's watching CNN yeah I mean that that coverage though does inform yes the other coverage and that does what it trickles down it's not just what CNN reports is that five hundred other sources report on what's in that report correct so does get did did the influences significant well the only the only problem on fixing this and until we solve this we're not gonna be able to solve anything there is no investigative journalist news arm that is credible that the conservatives can all feast off of you know like for instance we do investigative but you know reporting on Ukraine well let me just let me flip this around who you know Ben Shapiro does something we're so busy that we don't necessarily see Ben Shapiro but if Ben Shapiro or if if there was a news source that band was basing his opinion off and it wasn't directly competitive for everybody if there was a news source that was out there that maybe all of us put our money into we could we could go on our own narrative right now we can only respond to their narrative because they're the only ones producing the news we're commenting on it we need a conservative news that's credible that is big robust and can compete has the money to be able to compete because if we're all going off of CNN world me talking about what they want us to talk about you're right there setting the agenda right and we can say well this part of it is wrong and here's why right but we're still responding to that they don't have to respond to us because we're just voices and opinions on what they done if there is incredible journalism being done on the right that we can all comment on then we flip the table and everybody has.
Wonka, Gene Wilder And Johnny Depp discussed on WIBC Programming
"Here if you remember the original **** Wonka and the chocolate factory the one with gene Wilder that's the only one that I Johnny Depp once not trying to talk about that the chip that was violent low regard and that nineteen seventy one movie her name was Denise Nickerson she passed away today at the age of sixty two yeah she had been on life support for almost a year she suffered a stroke a year ago and they kind of made the decision the family made the decision to take her off life support I have said for a long time that violence was the most qualified to run that chocolate factory instead of Charlie
'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' actress Denise Nickerson dies at 62
"If you remember the original **** Wonka and the chocolate factory the one with gene Wilder that's the only one that I except the Johnny Depp one sucked not trying to talk about that one the check that was violent beau regard in that nineteen seventy one movie her name was Denise Nickerson she passed away today at the age of sixty two yeah she had been on life support for almost a year she suffered a stroke a year ago and they kind of made the decision the family made the decision to take her off life support I have said for a long time that violence was the most qualified to run that chocolate factory instead of Charlie now of course you remember in the movie at the end it's Charlie it's grandpa's **** Wonka there in the glass elevator and it goes up happy ending Charlie gets the company but if you really sit down to watch the movie it's violet that earns it she's the one that deserves it she's the most knowledgeable about candy and gum because remember government was her jam she was a gum person but she made the decision to switch to walk of bars for the sake of the contest that shows passion to me that shows leadership candy and gum was her J. she's also I think the most fit to run that business her dad if you remember the movie was a small town used car salesmen and a politician so she's got the media in her back pocket she knows how to talk to people when people over she's the most fit to run that business she also was the most sympathetic to the Olympus because there was that one scene where **** Wonka admitted that he used the Olympus as like test subjects for the three course meal gum that ultimately turned her into a blueberry well I think that shows incredible leadership to say listen don't make the balloon because the test subjects here I'll step up all be the leader I mean if your new below par your thinking that's who I want leading my company right now and the old the liberals are the workers you make the workers happy you have a happy workforce also her mistake was minor compared to what the other kids did you got my TV's goofy Yasser made himself down to the size of like a peanut the song was just awful her people skills would never fly plus her greedy dad would probably make herself the company anyway and then you've got Charlie Charlie was way too naive and then he was a thief they were stealing the the soda and they went up there and they damage like a lot of stuff got fingerprints all over it not to mention the down fall is awful grandfather would be so clearly to me violet by process of elimination deserve to get the keys to that
"gene wilder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Gene wilder and Richard Pryor, unemployed friends or give it a one hundred and twenty five year prison sentences after being framed for a Bank robbery and this comedy. What is trading places? No. That's emerging. Okay. What is losing space trays pace now? No, no, no. If that silver streak. Things. Tobacco's look dumb as possible. It's this was a huge hit seventy with Richard Pryor eighties. This is the eighties. Gene wilder walking doubts. And we we I don't remember. It wasn't silver street. No stir-crazy. I would never. Danny Ryan, remember remember eighties going those like never saucer. Crazy. Maybe maybe. Yeah. I was in my twenties and joy was in her late teens, and we were busy going out. This eighties. A Detroit detective called axel Foley. What is Beverly Hills cop? Governing house cop saying you go stuff on the trading places. Trading spaces. Star. Crazy. Do you like how you down like a duck right on? We were doing fifties movies. We would have grossing film of the eighties hints the cast future. A bunch of kids. Dirty dirty dancing staying alive. Fever, no, kids younger kids kids. What is almost fire club younger kids? What is sixteen candles? What is bears? No, what is pretty in pink younger kids. What is it baby? Robert tacky, Reverend Decky your the one no ducts, ducks ducks. No sorry. You give up. Yes. AT? He t-. There's little kids though. There's a whole bunch of kids is the bleed kid is sister. They go on the riding their bikes ride to save ET. Give me a break that was too vague. Really, really? Can we? Just to damn bag. Well, I mean that is a big one because. Who's younger than the Mighty Ducks around the. Jeopardy too. And you have to Hoster again because. Finish gee whiz. Kevin Koster and Robert Duvall drive cattle across the virgin west, Ian, western frontier. This two thousand three movie. Kevin Costner and Robert Duvall. As is a real obscure. Obscured fishing with Brad? Holler. Okay. What is going across country cross country tour with cattle? Of boy, I don't even remember this. Very good open range. All never okay, I'm firing from his job. Come up with these are yours. I thought open range was a big hit. Cars going open. No. Okay. You'll get one person ninety five percent of people as seen had no idea..
"gene wilder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Let's talk about where we can find available now on Amazon, Google play YouTube and on demand as well. Amy polars in this Martin shorts. In this Lorne Michaels in this Bill haters in this, had you done docs before this? Well, for the last twenty years I've been producing and directing commercials and long-form branded content. So I've done a lot of things that were docks, but they were never releasing in the public, and but this was the first doc that I had to. Actually I project I ever had a raise my own money. Everything was something I was given a budget to and had the resources. So this was totally totally different thing that I didn't know what I was getting myself into. How'd you do it? I don't know. Did it? Yeah. I mean, I did it. I was very lucky. I had the support. Why did indigo campaign raised a lot of money and had a lot of support from fans. People gave me money like a dollar. They gave me a thousand dollars. I had the support of of Michael Radnor Gildas brother, and their friends and family. So that really, really helped. And they gave you access to diaries and journals that you didn't even have weighed going into this, right? Yeah. About halfway through the project, Michael Ratner gave me access to Gildas boxes that had been in storage since she passed away and he didn't even know what was in there. So when we started going through the boxes Gildas best friend Judy, and I, we've found a video a home movie that Gilda made of her ninth chemotherapy, which was pretty amazing. There's a little piece of it in the film, but she was really struggling with how she was going to handle her her ninth chemotherapy back in the day, it was a whole different and and thing where you would stay overnight in the ninth. Kind of means the end. Like are you cured or not you're getting better. So she decided her and gene wilder decided to make their own home. So it's pretty amazing. 'cause she's in the hospital and she has no hair on and she's cracking jokes, and she designed the whole thing. So when she sleeping, she wrote all these notes out and she put it in there. And this is like, now people have have iphones and they film themselves and it's very common to see people going through their disease. But back in that day in nineteen eighty seven, you know, you have a video camera yet a planet out and and you know, it's it's, that was just really amazing. So that was like one of the first fines from those boxes did I know that gene wilder and Gilda Radner were together for quite some time and then he, he, he passed recently right recently, but he lived on for another twenty years or or whatever it was. Do they have kids? No, no, that's that's. Really sad force them tried they wanted to and and because she had ovarian cancer, she didn't. She lost the ability Shiels had miscarriages and really awful things. But I think if if she had lived, they would have adopted. Oh, that wouldn't work for. Great comedic the powerhouses comedic -ly like if Dane cook, it's together with a model. I don't need offspring, but if these to get you. Gene or kill the get together. We need that. You know what I mean? She was married to before gene wilder. I learned in this movie whom g e Smith. The band, the guy needed the scrunchy. Flash up. Aback. Then all I know is from it's like the the guys of the hair constantly on the hair, the hair. It's like, get a got damned scrunchy at some point or fucking fantastic sands. Would you too cool and the guy that you fro? It bothers me resent that I've gene wilder Gilda Anchin hair kids hair would have been at this. I got a factor that, yeah, he's still around. Right. He's Brian, you're the. I am. I want to say is because I've seen other like documentaries about guitar playing and stuff like that. And he gets interviewed on on those. Yeah, he's sixty six. Wow. We still pretty pretty young. He's sixty six. I didn't say that g g Smith seems to young fifty two healed. It was born in fifty ish now forty six. So she was oh older. Wow. All right. He played rhythm guitar in man eater. This guy. Favorite goddamn. So so you you set out..
"gene wilder" Discussed on 710 WOR
"He takes I think it's a rousing movie that everybody is going to find something to agree with because he takes on the Democrats as well. And and cut them at fault and non voters and find center for where we are. But yes, ultimately, he takes on the Trump election in where we are in it, and it actually taking on both sides. You also take it kind of spreads a wide net. He talks about the parkland school shooting and the foot water crisis in the West Virginia. Teachers strike, you tried to wrap them all together into some into some points on how the country is is kind of more leftist than the media, which also takes on what's on and and some of those points land and some of them don't, but what is other documentaries. I think you know, there's some things that are good and some don't and there's a bit of goofiness were like spray. Raise the some water from Flint onto the law of the mission a good governor. But when he gets into the Trump stuff, and he talks about the similarities with fascism, and he's got you know, we kind of Lazio pretty clear, he's he's emotional about it. But he really kind of makes his points. It's obviously for a specific audience. But I think that anybody who who's a Trump supporter who who goes into it to to see what it's all about. I don't think they're gonna they're gonna find a lot in there that they're gonna disagree with even on points about about the media, and the Democrats and and where we are. Because there's there's a pretty clear cut stuff in there. I think I liked it. But you know, I'm not sure if everybody's gonna go for it. Hey, I'm a big fan was a big fan of Gilda Radner. She was on Saturday live when I was growing up Rosanna Rosanna data one of my favorite characters. There's a documentary about out about her now. And apparently, she struggled with eating disorders dark side to her life. Yeah. Yeah. It's called love gilded. Actually, I'd opened the Tribeca film festival last spring, and I didn't get a chance to see it. But I fully support any documentary about for wondering what the. The first five years of Saturday Night Live because that is still for my money, the funniest runabout show ever had, and it brings red riding back into people's mind cause you along with Belushi and Aykroyd and Bill Murray, and those guys just such amazing work on that show, and it, but the doc is supposed to have a nice more emotional too. And it talks about how people she had an eating disorder. But it also is going at the same time as her as her cancer diagnosis was happening in the mid eighties. Which was also the time when she was falling in love with with gene wilder wilder. And you know, she didn't end up doing a lot of movies after Saturday Night Live. Unlike those guys, we just mentioned, you know, most of her movies were either not very good, mom or. Yeah. Hanky-panky you'll do not very good movies. But then she she got sick very quickly after the show. And but at the time, I still remember people were comparative Lucille ball offered a variety show from NBC that she turned down. And who knows how things would have been different after that. If you would've taken that on she did the Broadway show after that. Right. Right. All right. Great. Yeah. All right. Joe new Meyer W O ours. Movie minute, man. Thanks a lot love Gilda Radner. I do want to see that. I'd like to see yourself. So everybody caught up now in this cavenaugh circus getting death threats. Crazy. I mean, this is really really getting ugly. This we're going to sort it out with ABC news. Correspondent Trish Turner. When we come back. Hey, twenty of the biggest artists in the world converge on one city one time to perform live two nights one stage. There is nothing else. Like, it are two thousand eighteen iheartradio music festival live tonight and tomorrow night from the t mobile arena in Las Vegas headliners. In one.
"gene wilder" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Like the office scene with charlie he had no idea that gene wilder was going to yell eleven year old boy and gene was like i really wanted to tell him because we were friends that that and so just screaming that this little kid who had no idea and that's because children can't act their child actors in quotes it's more just little human beings reacting to people yelling at them were they shooting for genuine reactions or did they just not know how movies worked just right like they were given a budget on a camera by willie walk gets figure doing stuff yeah i mean they really didn't let them know i want to drive this home this scene where he's in the wonka the boat or forgot the name of it is a tunnel along schaja and the boat that they're in anyways so willy wonka gets progressively crazier and crazier and then he starts screaming that they're all going to die the children had no idea no idea in fact they interview them later because this was on the dvd commentary the adult now adults who are traumatized and they were essentially like we thought he was on drugs like we we really thought like when he started screaming that we were going to die we thought he was steering it and that we were yeah so they were we haven't seen them work sense so yeah i feel like that's a fair assumption on their part but he was on drugs because in the sixties and seventies everyone was on drugs name was gene wilder yeah but it was it was they weren't acting when is it so there was also like wonder when they saw a cool room to they hadn't they never took him into the set so they were excited they got all of their actual reactions to seen the inside of his factory which was basically like blown up balloons and clay like wax figures and stuff but that chocolate river that did not look chocolate at yeah just look like a bunch of sewage i did want to say that in my research i saw that gene wilder they asked him how he felt about the new willy wonka with johnny depp why do you do that don't don't like when they ask harrison ford about solo or if he was excited about solo and he said no harrison ford has been excited about anything in forty five years asked gene wilder how he fell and he was he was like you know i like johnny depp but he actually said that he not only was did he not like tim burton but he was insulted by most of his films so like not even ones that he remade of his like he's insulted in general by tim burton's existence that's amazing let's look at another this is kind of a better a conan the bar burien mal you've picked out the stories we were prevalence about how big action film so surely there were stunt crew or something like that right well i think arnold whole thing was that he did his own stunts because he was like a real life strongman but the story was about how he got chased by wild dogs for the movie and that there's a scene where these wild dogs chase conan and they were like that was just he was really running from those dogs and they almost mauled him and it was terrible but after listening to your stories to feel like a lot of this is dependent on getting a first take of things to get that reaction shot because if you don't get it in the first take when they're genuinely then or actual actors what we were trained to react to think well arnold schwarzenegger definitely seems like somebody who they were like we'll just bring him to hollywood and put him in dangerous situations hey him just for that what about your turbo men doll feats of strength right he's large enough surely he can tolerate i mean he outran them they weren't wrong yeah a lot of these things to you're like well now that would be cgi but in that time the eighties you just had to have real wild dogs chase your lead actor to make sure that it seemed authentic i like the idea that if they didn't get it on the first day they like.
"gene wilder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Gene wilder in the frisco kid if you ever saw that movie or sidewinder and belt got a pitch that was away from him didn't pull it hit it right where it was pitched and again this is good hitting and this is why crawford and belt and now hernandez are hitting over three hundred and belches line that in over the shortstop for a base hit cutting scored the giants were now up four to two at that point four to three at that point because bias it hit a home run in the fourth inning off a strat and so it's now four to three in the fifth inning and that was it for stratton stratton was gone after five but he retired last four in a row and his last fifth inning he got sober son a popup schwab run a liner to i and he struck brian for the third time and then he was done for the night and as we have seen so many times with the giants this year so many times we have seen it that they have to go to the bullpen after five innings can you live like this for one sixty two no you can't and i said it's frustrating you're hoping instead of pitching jim barr likes to tell me but stratton gutted it out for five innings and he left with a leader four to three and turned it over to the bullpen and here comes murata bang three outs here comes dyson gives up the double town more get zobrist he just takes the bat outta his hand ground ball the second here comes watson w schwabisch barbers quite a hitter he really is bryant and hits a line drive to left block a great play rizzo then gets the base hit and that makes it a five to four game and then watching does with watson does best and he got contraire ground bought a crawford up the middle great positioning by crawford flips at the tomlinson turns it that's the double play that's it for the eighth inning all right so then we go to the ninth inning and this is where it was interesting for the giants it.
"gene wilder" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"One is i think he's been moving towards more adult fair right so you want to his blockbuster movies haven't worked as well he hasn't had one that's an unqualified drastic park type for the fans and the critics movie in a long time the even know what you wore the world's i guess even those we're like divisive films that was he was making his big spill blockbusters but they were dark and haunted and post nine eleven shadow at the towers kind of stuff right right i think he wanted to just do a crowd pleaser i don't think it out of like fishing movie he was like it's on a film it's a movie that was his like selling point but i think he picked this property that to him felt like path of least resistance fun just like fun just grab bag nothing to deal with also think he really liked the willy wonka elements of it yes yes which seems to really engage with in this moment and he put a lot of time and energy trying to get wilder to play holiday then gene wilder gene wilder died after saying i don't wanna do this fair enough but but right on the cusp august twenty sixteen right i think she mullins movie would have been really depressing because clearly he was in a very feeble state at that point where you're like alzheimer's yes it's sort of hard to imagine and and be i just think he seemed gene wilder talk about space invaders that's not what he did though he didn't do that right what the gene wilder he didn't do that.
"gene wilder" Discussed on KGO 810
"He always wanted to be on television he made it he made it on jeopardy i love i i don't know why i love that story so much but he finished second he didn't get the golden ticket but now i have to go back and watch that jeopardy from tuesday night i'm actually really i don't know why because that original look i i love johnny depp i think he's one of the most talented actors he is incredible i didn't love the newer willy wonka i still liked and maybe it's because i grew up with the original willy wonka i still prefer the gene wilder one i know i know i think i'm sure if you grew grow up with johnny depp one you're going to prefer that one over the gene gene wilder who's better than gene wilder who who i love gene wilder i genuinely love gene wilder i am so sad one interview i've never able to do in my career that don rickles gene wilder and don rickles are the two at this point that i probably i'm like you know i always really wanted to interview those guys and i never got the chance so disappointed in that were you watching that jeopardy on tuesday night as you see that love it l john you know who that is right pretty huge one of the biggest songwriters recording artists ever apparently they're they're releasing a cover song album so like mary j blige less your car coldplay miley cyrus florence machine lady gaga the killers mumford and sons pink q tip and demi levato queens a stoneage ed sheeran and sam smith are covering elton john songs oddly enough i am not a big fan of like cover albums i'm interested in this one because that's quite the series of artists my all time favorite cover i heard one time ever heard on i don't know where and i never heard it again and i don't know if i can find on the internet but i haven't worked on it i heard chris cornell cover the white stripes seven nation army that was the greatest cover i've ever heard my life that was it that johnny cash's covers a pretty darn good too a lot of politics going on what is going to happen this is president trump actually going to sit down with special counsel robert muller it's being talked about the lawyers are talking about we're going to check in with.
"gene wilder" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"Am visting my brother the occupation shepherds a shepherd pie hole family except for my blog over here with the rug saves me have you had any majori illnesses nami cooked so now what seems to be the trouble i'm in love with the sheep i beg your pardon i am in love with the sheep i see sudoku up there in the mountains what i that might flocks it's so beautiful under the sun skies and i am alone and sometimes you get so naughty and the out west pass and sunai desire woman but dr there are no women i'm not married and well one night last summer ice so her her days sheep and how gene wilder plays this how he plays it is is one of the hardest things to do in comedy and it's what made it so good he just played the part and sitting in front of me is a book called true and false by david ma'am the great playwright and acting coach and he continually says again and again just do the words just look the word do the work it's not about you it's not about your performance but the words do the work and let the character he revealed through the words actually it sounds real simple you heard gene wilder in that conversation about prior moving in his artistic decision and you're hearing it again and again in each of these clips you'll he plays the accountant in the producers need just plays it straight and that's why he's so damn good when we come back young frankenstein and beyond this young actor becomes a mature and seasoned actor and pretty soon and internationally famous one this is lee habib this is our american stories celebrating the life of gene wild the hand jio penzone where i live alone and rarely have visitors so when i slipped and fell in the kitchen last month and couldn't get to a phone i knew i was in trouble i could barely move i tried calling for help but noone could hear me as i lay there i couldn't help but think of my kids and grandkids having to go on without me i was terrified it took eight hours from my neighbor to find me it could have been the end of me that's when i knew i.
"gene wilder" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"Perry i'm sorry by people touching my blue blanket it's not important it's a minor compulsion i can deal with it if i want to it's just that i've had it ever since i was a baby young i find it very comforting the physical performance by gene wilder is as good as the verbal and buster keaton would be while looking down from heaven and just think and while the 1971 wilder addition to play willy wonka and mel stewart's film adaptation charlie in the chocolate factory there was initially hesitant when he learned about the role would finally accepted it under one condition here's gene wilder with that story read the book and mel stewart's the director came to my home in new york and you see you wanna do it i said well i'll tell you i'd like to do it if i can come out and all the crowd quiets down and i'm i'm using a cane oh my god what he walker's cripple and i walked slowly you can hear a pin drop in my can get stuck in a brick and i do i fall over on my face and do a forward somersault in jump up and they all start to applaud you should what mel stewart's what do you wanna do that for i said because no one will know from that point on whether online are telling the truth he should are you saying he won't do the film if you can't do that i said that's what i'm saying teok i met uh uh uh he did mean it and that's why gene wilder is gene wilder that's not in the book it is not in the book when woody allen offered him a role in one segment of everything you always wanted to know about sex but we're afraid to ask gene wilder accepted everything the movie was a hit grossed eighteen million the united states against a two million dollar budget here's the scene from that film or wilder plays a doctor whose patient informed him about his love for a particular barnyard animal coming misdemeanor us sit down right over here i just want to get so history and the first so here name is stop bruce meters and your address on me a media i am from romania i.
"gene wilder" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN
"Fall over on my face and do a forward somersault in jump up and they all start to applaud he should what he mel stewart's who what he wanted to left for i said because no one will know from that point on whether on lying or telling the truth he said are you saying he won't do the film we if you can't do that i said that's what i'm saying okay i meant you did mean it and that's why gene wilder is gene wild that's not in the book it is not in the book when woody allen offered him a role in one segment of everything you always wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask gene wilder accepted everything the movie was a hit the grossed eighteen million the united states against a twomillion dollar budget here's the scene from that film or wilder plays a doctor whose patient informs him about his love for a particular barnyard animal coming missed us can sit down right over here i just want to get some history in verse so your name use stoppers me lewis and you address army i mean i am from romanian i am visiting my brother uh occupation shepherds a shepherd why hope that many exits were my blog over here was arague spokesman have you had any majori allah's none cooked so no one seems to be the trouble i mean low with the sheep and then you party i am in love with the sheep oh i see he she doesn't of the mountains what i that my flocks it's so beautiful under the sun skies and i am alone and sometimes get so normally and the hours pads and sunai desire woman but dr there are no women i'm not married than well one night last summer ice so her her days sheep and how gene wilder boys this oh stream he.
"gene wilder" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN
"And the web in iraq and you can't go home again there's always gene so i put the two together and that was introduced by these strasbourg as gene wilder because it really cause annan's shelly winter's in rods tiger and paul hillman and uh i didn't want them to say jarrett what's your name jerry or gene or what so that's how it started and we're going to hear more about this great life story but what good luck on his part land in new york at the actors studio at that time lee strasberg who of your member plays a remarkable part in the godfather and is one of the great acting coaches in american history teaching some of the great actors today the we all love and teaching was certain methodology of acting call the method some loved it some didn't of my goodness the ones who lived by it gave us some of the finest craft ever and in the end it's what may wilder so good he he decided to become the characters and then we laughed but he wasn't and this you see even in seinfeld to this day that style which is the they're not slip in a banana peel is there in character george is in character wages find that character alaria this is will you be this our american stories you're going to hear about gene walder's life in his own words a remarkable american life which we celebrate here on our american stories jerome silberman becomes gene wilder of will pick it up right there after these messages in the morning i've been a new the peace and attention all authors page publishing is looking for authors.
"gene wilder" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"Your other guy what my retail i want second he's been gene wilder gene wilder of his name oh my where so i didn't think i'd be at recording today to have applied flights catches evening so i started reading show of unity so why i'm just going home alex mathie door love yeah anyway so i was reading something before turned forgotten way was under the dollar tree by a forgot her name i was going to read that for book club shot the nine at what goes on thursday and then i was a reporter i i love to begin actually some people to the didn't like it but i liked lightweight read anyways by i think he's i always thought because i'm like oh my god i love that and the light healthy for i'm not and that's why i stopped doing that yeah try my hardest to stop doing murder all the time you in this but when i first ready i was like what you know is that i didn't really speak about the books let's go look at it like i'm just so you know but anyway let's let up outside to read today's book by while complement amiram order okay i mean they're gonna know i've said it already fragile john momentum momentum going going to rejoin mirror john macgregor had this movies meets of a mock with thing on i haven't finished up um so yeah that's that's why i've been reading uncle and this book of we think it's gonna be stressful let me have to retool books a week glacann be like oh and i've also go read you can route one assad rather than i have finished it agus but you are reading that alongside the booklet and at the same time we all i told you guys would have to do a book heavy we'd be napoleon because usual story could essay we can do an ideology nami doesn't have to be a novel came out with that i think is giving the books what lobbied identify what john macgregor yet.
"gene wilder" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"A cloud looking at jesus face lin the bible is the book about gas and the resurrection you'll be resurrected from the dead uh so it won't take place worries time the future when jesus comes back strength rex people i'm going after one resurrection i'm going to have to look into this because i think i disagree with you but i wanna know what i'm talking about some after read that part of the book uh where you talk about this there is there's so much uh in the book what else can we talk about we just got a few minutes left i want to make sure that we don't leave anything out that you wanted to get in well i'll clung pardoned the book at the end it's about uh movie big famous movies of today on the silver screen that you'd go see that has secret bible messages embedded in whether it's willy wonka chocolate factory or star wars the matrix sorta trimming show groundhog day but walking dead they all have biblical scenes and i think it's because god is using a theme but a similar method of powerball telling uh people may remember that jesus still parables the put a story is designed to hide the truth from god for most people but the veal it to his closest disciples some people are shocked by that and you think that jesus stoking parables to to uh to explain the meaning to everybody but he didn't you've only getting it to the people who work should be following it and for instance let me just talk about willy wonka and a chocolate factory 'cause everybody wants at that movie especially the 1971 version where where uh uh uh gene wilder right who died recently gene wilder if you wanna put it in simple terms is jesus in this story he's the maker of all things good and sweet and what happens during the course of the movie invites children from all over the world to come and tour his factory and what does he do during the tour he is paying extremely close attention to be moral character of each child and for instance.
"gene wilder" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The mortal and uh and all of humanity's became under the death penalty but all religions are most religions across the planet by into some sort of notion that you don't really die when you die your either leaving calling eight eight according to some eastern religions work in the popular christian uh mainstream belief that you you are not really dead you're either building alive forever in hell were you are floating on a cloud looking at jesus face win the bible is the book about gas and the resurrection you'll be resurrected from the dead uh so it won't take place more it's time the future when jesus comes died strength rex people i'm going after one resurrection i'm going to have to look into this because i think i disagree with you but i wanna know what i'm talking about some enough to read that part of the book where you talk about this there is there's so much uh in the book what else can we talk about we just got a few minutes left i want to make sure that we don't leave anything out that you wanted to get in well oh fun pardons the book at the end it's about uh movies big famous movies of today on the silver screen that you'd go see that has secret bible is getting better than whether it's willy wonka chocolate factory or star wars the matrix with the truman show groundhog day the walking dead they all have biblical scenes and i think it's because god is using a scene police similar musaid of powerball telling uh people make remember that jesus stoking parables the story is designed to hide the truth from god for most people but with veal it to his closest disciples some people are shocked by that they think that cheese and stoking parables to to uh to explain the meaning to everybody but he didn't you've only giving it to the people who are truly following it and for instance let me just talk about willy wonka walk into chocolate factory 'cause everybody loved that movie especially the 1971 version where uh uh gene wilder gene wilder right who died recently gene wilder if you want to put it in simple terms is jesus in this story to make a real all things good and sweet and what happens during the course of the movie invites children from all over the world to.
"gene wilder" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Oh god no all because you bring you had been one of your first films were nominated for an oscar for playing the and we will play the clip of it if the movie was wasn't almost on yet issued for playing a first generation immigrant who goes through their transformation early twentiethcentury america of trying to be like a very serious film where you did very serious acting way so no i know nothing about he comedy i never thought of myself his funny and john the first committee role i was given was a a year after hours nominating i did not not only did i not will work for that all year i never even had a meeting audition after nominee because i was playing jewish immigrant at the turn of the century you spoke yet addition or a horsehair shuttle so there will of those rolls in their toughened retired care and then the like almost a year to the day what we like the cast you're but um we're looking for an actress who shows her hair yes it's true um so almost a year after that i got a call from gene wilder another miracle and he offered me the part of his wife in the world's greatest lover and that was absolutely the first i had heard of or thought of me being a comedy i watched the princess bride recently and it's mood that i probably hadn't seen in ten years but that i had seen.