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Fresh update on "gotham" discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

02:19 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gotham" discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Bruce's doesn't want the help fraternizing owner. I guess once his passing. Things progressed. Weren't. Like Driss way was. Our. Dating a couple when. noted. But. Not. Thought. You'd be happy. Classic. Bamiyan does I'm not. SUIT UP AMINO ARKHAM Is. Like it's kind of funny because on the one hand you're like. Monday expected something really state but on the other hand you like come on To show a little actual moves into. Our. Although. The doctor talk in the Manitoba. The. then. We have this moment where feminist driving he says or like August one. Already out. Till night when you take the South Route Oh, he's in town. Like you don't have with me, Barbara. She's find. He told you then she can even tell he told me he told you so. It's like you're in so much trouble. You torn without telling me. You told them. I'd be like I told five minutes ago. Come on. Like those right timing the main. He was fine with it. It's not a problem if it had been hey, if it hadn't been would that have changed things. Like well, let's will know she says anyway as you like in your beloved mentor wants you to search the south route. On it I mean she's right. We were I mean I can't imagine or I mean I don't know of the I mean. They don't have room speed like super of use it. I. Don't know I. Feel like Bruce didn't really disapproved that much of. Corey I kinda read con more disapproval in after they broke up a war in the bat family book. Weifeng. Heightens what issue was that what is there was some issue was ear one. There was somethin' did the or maybe it was autumn nights after Devon laugh that I know there was some issue somewhere where Barbara Mentions about thick and Corean Bruce's like alien. That's not GonNa last I don't think group bursting Bruce didn't disapprove but he was talking last. Yeah but yet but I feel like that's a later thing mints yeah. Yeah because I mean in one of the earlier. Versions of new. when they first dating, they like on a date like her to. Wayne Manor. The broken arm or whatever is like, yeah, we're going to. Know so off feel like. Really have to deal with because at that time Dick was. In Eugene. Sep, pretty, separate from Batman stuff. Anyway. You know I can't imagine bruce disapproving of Barbara. Also, but I suppose it is a concern because it really does want. Pitches friend's daughter come on. Me Like don't engage. He's like come on. Say Find them as back in the city, the LEX core parking construction site the night when closest might win crowd but do not engage. Come on just one little kid. I love you. Our. Looking for undefeated warrior, my record bad you know. Grabs. The is, office back. His. catcher catches in they've got it but then Oh yeah 'cause Dixie flipping out of the way of Manitoba's just like shooting Adam until Batman shows up don't try that again. Anyway. He's still fighting him and then Batman's like. We're. Trying to tie above. Will. He knocks them over the edge and Batmans hanging there pies hand than he's like he's going to to go protected forever. Yup. Gets. Is. Dangling. Amphetamines like come on hasn't gone. I have your head. Your other hand, but then he liked goes to stab Batman now. This is after this after Dick Kicks kicks them off. Now then. Grabs. Like. Get another fall. MOSSER's was impossible to survive that fall I said impossible for normal human. Now, and then they're both. you know Sap Barbara I'm sorry a what. Speak up over boy wonder like. He'll be over later. Which? You know bread love hobbies like were you considering Manitoba's offer Anna Batmans? You think the minority are grateful. The skills of one of their medicine men are embodied reverend homicidal stranger. They're not. The shamanists, the show many killed could have had the chance passes was them down his son in turn would pass it on to his. That's the only. Then finishing forever, that has any meaning done I. Don't the important for shot. Then that mine had the document you're holding draft up. Formality gesture symbolic of course, bruce, getting all because he. was motions. You don't have to sign it if you think frivolous or disrespectful to the member of your parents, understand doesn't really change anything. It's just the only way. I. The only way I can think of to convey that that Dick Stays Day says again. I, love you too. Dot upenn there's one thing I need to promise me anything. wookey at Jason. Jason Suit. Yes. Nothing's GonNa Happen to me Cruz Strangler family member. I'm not going anywhere and then he bornes out. Much. Uterus you the port authority over you've been living with the danger for us. Alfred Barbara Tim John. Jim Leslie Cassandra. Blue's already have a legacy bruce. Already have a family. And during this speech violent takes account. And then we last paid. Is Now finally officially adopted I'm surprised imprint that page up and hanging on your wall or something. True, there's still time. We asked because it's the. The names on the bottom there. I mean I'll judge Mood Judge Maria Vargas is from that Batman the animated. Series episode. And, then I believe his name comes up again but guest Bruce's lawyers Rachel Green. Yes. No Rachel Thaws the. You know believe I believe Rachel isn't Rachel Green Jennifer Aniston's character from friends. So, maybe maybe we should seven that fan of friends. 'cause I believe. I believe they bring up Rachel, green again, the talking about Bruce's lawyer. She wasn't a lawyer nutshell. So yeah, we just gotTA. We should ask Devon were you fan of friends? North is actually legal representative. The. Yeah. What they? Need a lawyer. Now. One because the. So. Much. Though is later in some later issues like there's one issue right after. Is Jed and space Elliott is. Pretending. Any on a date with. Harley Quinn. Kid He's like Oh. Yeah. I Have Award of adopted son I'm like, no, you have multiple adoptive sons. It annoys me About it I mean I realize writers forget about continuity all the time Ah, just like you gotta half right but yeah. I. Think it's because of the show like this award Dick Grayson like Dick isn't a Moose famous ward. In his ever but again, it was hush twos. I mean maybe he didn't know all the details also, right? That's true. Yeah. Because luck I guess yeah I guess because Dick was born in on like he's always been united Bruce. Wasn't officially connected. Until. Option. Angry it just kind of annoyed me. There's a couple of those where like Oh. Yes. This is my ward Emma on. The Pos you're. Exactly sometimes I wonder and because this happened got adopted, it's weird because it Is actually multi part saga because as we will out next week not as easy as it looks. Easy. As it looks just have to do that favorite than some stuff happens but. At the end of face-to-face, like it just happens but. Right I mean I think I've read there's not like war about it leader like no one tries to come along in on anything but I don't know since it's a place in the that means idol more were also happen I. Don't like nothing sex while I'm trying to remember yeah I'm trying to I don't think it was too long before he supposedly died on if they wanted the rush into, they were all like his sons. I think it was right before Damian popped up then Damian While so I think it was actually like doesn't six or something. Jamie on pop up and they had that means on then daming kind of went away again for a while. Yeah. Yeah 'cause. Yeah. When Grant Morrison took every, he kinda introduced. Damian because they you know they did that Batman was at Batman son was spread Senate in one of those stories it was like it was eighties Yelich was supposedly..

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"gotham" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

02:50 min | 5 d ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"You know the show starts to dip. Well, hopefully, they will need a hail Hydra moment right like agents shield did I. It's hard to say it really is We'll see if the writing is up to the cast I'm looking forward to it, but if it sinks below the material than the shows in trouble. I don't know but it it was an interesting idea. is going to be like Smallville for like. Seven years we won't see anybody in costume and then the last episode they you know they all show you see Batman as an adult and the villains are out there I don't know how's IT GONNA. Finish it off but. I think there's just play it by ear in that if if the audience wants Batman than maybe. Let's just say that makes it a couple of seasons perhaps. A follow up season jumps forward a little bit and Batmans an older person. You know he's not this kid anymore we a new actor. We have a new guy playing Bruce Wayne and then he takes on the role of Batman. Because maybe that's what people want. Who knows we'll find out if it if it can survive. The Fox shown. They're on. They're on the chopping block before the show even starts. That's true. I mean Fox has exactly that kind of history and that strategy can absolutely work era proved that that strategy can work. You just have reverse island instead of flashbacks to the island you have flash forwards to. Could Happen. You could play with that kind of device and especially since the Warner properties are playing, it seems at least with different time periods Batman versus Superman is GonNa have this grizzled. You know old experience Batman as Ben Affleck. So presumably that takes place or at part of it takes place some portion of the future. Meanwhile, Arrow is set presumably in the president and got them is a prequel so set in the past. You, know. They can run the Tartus across those shows any way they want to. And I thought when it was first announced that it was going to be its own standalone entity as far as the Batman Universe goes just to give them a little bit more freedom. But as news comes out, the show is already evolving before it's even started and you know that's perfectly fine. But again, we thought it was Jim Gordon show and throwing in all this Batman crap and that's right. Just, gotTa find their identity before it gets lost before we even get to see it. They're going to go he I. Totally agree with that they have to kind of get their footing. Barely. Gave my two cents look for Gotham on Hbo Mix for Cave Bites. This.

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Fresh update on "gotham" discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

01:30 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gotham" discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"The all like they have to. Be. Really. Really Faintest Oh. Yeah. The fans of the dipper robins I mean. Funny I read that. By the NPR Guy Glenn Batman in the rise of nerd culture and. It was pretty it was pretty interesting although I, wish done more with the rise of nerd culture aspect because both of the famine history already. But anyway. Barbas big thing was not how basically. There are a lot of there's a subset of very vocal, very intense and often angry fans out there and you can almost never please them. It particularly was evident with the Batman movies like they will always want something. That they. Don't. They don't like and I feel like maybe this is a thing was man's appearance. Salsa Compensations Americans. Thing, that. We like complaining about. What what I know Devon wrote the that like that too because you know Dick says you know sometimes I wonder if you gathered these people or you know you just pull them in by your magnetism and stuff. I just I, just wonder if that's the big thing you know is supposedly Batmans a big lunar everybody probably has the most sidekicks in like modern pop culture probably. I know yeah, he's. I remember reading another article I think it was again many years ago and it was part of a job it was on the comedy website cracked Dot Com. About Wolverine is the second there watering the second best at everything and they're like he's One of them was watering is the second best. At being a loner hero who's really not alone are and they're like the best is obviously Batman because. I was like, oh Man. Yeah. So right anyway where I was going this. WAS Banned of the Robbins, we always want to complain that are Robin, is not the our favorite robin is not treated as well as all the other. Robbins. Who Dick I feel like our favorite thing is our robin being awesome anqing everyone's fight in. Uh speed like yeah. Now, our second favorite thing is robin not doing that. So we can go on the Internet and winner and stuff and complaint with everyone about how. All Robin, his do. I just think they kind of like on the kind of. Hurt they kind of dumbed down sometimes because he's so much better than Batman wanted the time. Don't WANNA show up. I am because they want have you know all different robbers? They don't want to be copy. Copies of each other, and so they may when they did I mean the first Jason was very a carbon copy. Then they gave him a a very different origin which actually that was a very interesting thing that was in that book Com. A said was a suggestion that Jason's you origin was kind of like street kid kind of thing because it was the eighties and that was like the very gritty moment. You know that was really that was right around the time of what's his face Frank Miller's dark knight. Yeah. Whatever. So that yet they wanted to give Jason a new origin but you know you have all manner of choices I mean basically the only thing you can't do is trapeze artists of. So why did you decide to do this? You Know Shriek it. Ready They had to do something see literally was like a placeholder for Dick Grayson, he was a circus, Acrobat Nino he he wore the sued half the time. He could. No one even knew there was. Right. but. Thousand. Because of course, that's one thing I mean even when you love wings. Oh Yeah and then. And then we get to the That's happening with the kids a well as they're chasing double there we get to the part of the letter I mean here it is. Here it is. About. And says it you eventually Cut. Eventually, we out on the issue but I don't think you ever really got how much it hurt me. As. Real Estate Interview instead of me only thing I take more than wearing. imagining. you in it is watching someone else. Ruina. While yeah I mean we're going to get to that a couple of months here for in a battle for the cow. Although I think it's brands of. I think it would be different later in certain others I mean. As real doing it is particularly galling particularly hurtful like who was Azriel. Again in that crew saying he does talk about the thing you and I were talking about that yet that was kind of a thing like all on bad as Batman. Okay, we're GONNA give it to you to show you. That's not really what you want. So I get that like they should. It makes sense why they did Azriel couldn't have made Dick that that man. Yeah. That's not consistent with the characters they wanted they wanted a Batman who is you know like? A crazy. Oh yeah they had that plant. They had to come up with a new character, but I do appreciate when so that makes sense. But when they also acknowledged in the comics that while it makes sense in a sort of outside world perspective within the logic of the comics, it doesn't really make sense. Explain why you did that why you were hurt by Dick was hurt by it or or you could also even say it was like the ultimate showing of law. Bruce's his him showing dip thick absolute love because I mean he made he made the decision like literally I. Think the same day that bane breaks breaks bruce maybe he's just like you know I don't WanNa throw my son at that. Oh Hey, hey, hired gun you. You put my suit on you know. Even though he told Hasbro not to confront band but it's like you know I'd rather this guy at five minutes ago gets his back snap the my son. Right again, and that's right if he would. If you're saying. The words. that. Yes. Definitely. With a battle with although I, think over time I, mean I feel like in the future is. They were like, Oh, now we're going to have to be Batman I. think that would probably be like yeah. Okay It were older because he was still you know if it ever as into his twenties. Will. Be Right now I guess eighteen. But that is. You. All right. Bob La. But. Yeah. The girls try to bring stuff back the penguin apologize but he's dislike. Kill them any way. We announce come crashing through the skylight. Then again, probably one of the another really important part of the letter I know you have your reasons for everything you do and I know you don't always think I believe that I do believe that I'm not even worried that you haven't thought things through I sometimes worth I don't factor into your thinking if I do you're worrying that I can't take care of my so. That's good injuries will I think the other thing with rouge I think said this before is definitely is always back. Thinking he's not yet. He's not always thinking emotion into account. Like Oh, logically like you just said Oh vein unwanted to beat up on my son I'm GonNa get this other guy there. That's fine that makes sense when you explain that. The. Other. I. said that occurred to me for the first time today. This being when Ezra shows up the maybe it's not about that. Maybe you're worrying that you can't take care of me. Again like you were saying with the bane thing. itself. If News. Stay those. Now Right. The get the charity money he says you may leave. That's nice of him. So him now's we're talking..

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New literary prize is $50,000 honor for best New York story

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

New literary prize is $50,000 honor for best New York story

"As we speak. A new $50,000 literary prize will honor those who tell the best New York story. The Gotham literary Prize came out of a conversation between businessman philanthropist Bradley Tusk and political strategist Howard Wolfson. Starting next spring. The Gotham Prize will be given to a book fiction or non fiction published in a given Calendar year. That is about New York City or takes place here,

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Fresh update on "gotham" discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

01:26 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gotham" discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Wow this is nine. Oh Man. I know. seriously. L. But. Should we talk about the big news off spoiler alerts? Solicits were out for OCTO-, the OCT issues and might wing seventy five it looks like our boys back. Now, So I I told her when you see over issue in means the one that's gonNA come out go. To say December on it. Yeah. I believe it's the one. But I believe yet it's the one that's going to be out to in November I think they'll. Never, quite understand why not that With when they were selling them at new stance that needed, it might have taken longer so. Like, it might have wound up then but maybe it doesn't now who does I'm sure it's something. Market Ma'am. Weird. Let's see if I can share this theory guy can you see that? There's the cover anyway. Yes we see it now. B.'s lookers sticking his full costume back. Behind him, no. Yeah. The guys do. White yes. So if you're watching US yellow wings seventy-five danger against still there I'll read it. In the wake of the Joker Award night wing back but any back for good. Does you remember be. The help of Batman bagger meantime even Alfred. So that's another exciting. Knowing must decide from salt with Then when beast discovers night when you still alive his credibility is. If. He doesn't finish the job he started when he tried to light wing and these night wing better watch his back he wants to be back good. ooh. Nice but I mean. Closes out but I mean that's like the whole thing it's like. It said, he missed though he didn't even kill but he didn't mess. Well Maybe he missed his goal May. But I saw. I saw somebody reactions that online were that like that first line where it's like you know nightly is back but he's he back for good and all these people were like you better be it's only been two years. that it hasn't been that long. I. Mean From Issue Fifty to seventy five I mean that's A. Young around here. I mean we got a month or so didn't we get a few months maybe there were two issues but yeah, I mean it's it hasn't been too. It's pretty close could because it was twenty, thousand, eighteen some some time in two thousand, eighteen. Yeah that's true. It was because I remember we went to that conference in BG. He had like just got shot Imply corona like God the late everything at least a month or two. So he has probably been around two year. Crazy. Yep So. You'll that long which again I feel like is a sign. As you get older time become the like. Oh, well, two years. Wait you. Remember when you're little in two years felt like forever. Yeah well, because. I thought that was my parents were like like So long it's Like I was just six months but I mean when you're a little kid six months is like a very substantial chunk of your life. That's Old Six months you like. cursor getting old times quicker and quicker. Again, kind of unrelated but since basically like, Batman, in all of his our. I remember reading an article. I can't remember what was that argued that if you were in award like a vampire is speculated, you'd go insane as. Eventually you live. So long that time would whoa you actually perception that time when seat up so much and you see so many people in sub die that eventually you just like. I mean, you could see babies born and then like see them die is old people and it's still you know you'd still be the same. You know feel so bad. Oh economist sort of that related to Dick. Grayson Yet, Luca discovered on these universite, the new adventures of Batman Cartoon. It's not what it was like one season in seventy, seven, ninety, send the. Adam West Burt Ward says yeah. Yeah we just we just watched the first two episodes right? Bud Yep. Love it yeah. He likes that might that might send it to? Backer was in the second episode. Own It on DVD oh. Do you. Do The. Whole thing because it's only one seasons on these universe to yeah. Yeah because you know, I am about old stuff like. Signed me up I kind of knew. But I never I've never seen it before outside the we just watched the occurs to episodes. Yeah. Yeah. There's no outfit in it though. And so gonNA say. That was the first episode, the one with that man that was the second one, the first one with. The joker steal some kind of car and can explode. Yeah. It's pretty it's pretty good but that that that bad might that is in U. Seen In. Ridiculous. Because he's curious because. I have no idea how we got this but somehow like several years ago. My parents attic in this was right around the time that I'd started getting back into comics cleans up and I came across up in that had a picture Bama on it and it said I believe in that I have no idea where we got it but I was so so housing I had no idea we had this and I'm so excited that we knew modern. Took it in. In my opinion election of my and. That's crazy. All right. All right. We'll get these issue. Overdue yes, neither us are. Thinking these issues are two of my favorites but then I was like I don't know I have to say. All of the things that I like. that. May Not them nights or like all my favorites? In, decide what's my favorite of my favorites?.

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"gotham" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

08:34 min | 3 weeks ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"We are changing to Monday mornings. And a Monday morning remember that from FIFA then at the Nerd Supernova Monday morning. Yeah, I mean. It took us a while to figure out that most of the news drops on Friday. We were like. On some big conspiracy that big publications and companies want their news to be taught about throughout the weekend. Yeah, now it's. GonNa Watch you're going to start releasing news on. The. We need a switch this up. It's. Soup? They. Don't want us to succeed. They don't want us at their screenings. They didn't send a screeners I don't want. Anything had to criticize Disney We're still where Jack Torrance in the shining just banging on the door with a giant axe, and you can listen to this podcast on itunes. spotify boss Brow. Check out the bus Brad like that's definitely a place you want to get these podcasts. Also send us your questions. That nerd soup for you at Jamile nerd soup on twitter nurtured monkey, Teddy, nerd, Sue Anthony, Q Nash Purple, Girl and S I don't like the combination of Purple Girl I. Think That's why I always kind of stutter with that pronunciation well the. The NS, too. I mean yes, it's all over the place change mercer and he'll I know you're listening. Yeah, no, he well. She doesn't in a couple of weeks. You'll change in three weeks. Yes, but also we want to let you guys know that these podcasts will no longer be uploaded to youtube. However, you could still find all those youtube episodes on our youtube page, so those will be archived there for the rest of time till we delete the channel till teddy hacks US holes ransom. Yeah, you don't really convey that to well on twitter. The whole plan going forward well. Everybody thought that we were going to stop doing animated videos. Ever I thought I thought you. Going on here well out of a job. Bad I'm no longer a monkey. Boy Yeah No, but that is. That is apply movie more. Take Take advantage of all the podcasts platforms. Because you know that's I think audio. Only videos don't necessarily belong on Youtube. I think it is more of a platform for actual videos and people seem to enjoy that more and the podcast. We're GONNA. Keep doing them. We're actually we might to week. What Yeah One podcast where we focus on kind of the news of the weekend I, feel like we should do podcast on classic movies. You know movies that will never get a chance to review on the channel and you know we can run through some some dope. Dope filmography and just have long hour hour and a half discussions on these films. That'd be fun. Yeah, what What do you mind for? I want to do a lot of Scorsese I think that'd be fun to do so many great ones yeah. Bergman's of the world the Scorsese's. That's it. We'll just do that. Yeah, just do Bourbon Bergman. We can talk out enough gopher like five years. Yes, sir, have to move on to the TV specials as well Kubrick's the world. It's fun going back the Matt Not. Orson, Welles though I don't WanNa Watch I can't even think of the movie that's elevated is. Rose Blair you Rosebud. I think that'd be a better name. Actually I think that would actually be a better twist to the title of the movie was Rosebud whole time you're thinking. Oh, wait no, they say Rosebud via. That's a stupid movie, but very innovative in terms of the filming techniques, and according to my leveler scares and criticises since game. No I think it's I. Think it, it's. It's gotten unfairly criticized right now. It really has because it's not that bad. Every movie from that time is boring. You know yet the come into it knowing that. Now people are going to dunk on the comments for saying that, but let's just go onto the. We're taking it off of Youtube. Exactly yeah, that's true Let's just go to the Superhero News Yeah Superhero, shows apparently Matt Rees is developing a Gotham Superhero show. That is going to be set. It's going to take place before his official movie with Robert Pattinson, so I guess it's going to be sort of a serial drama that focuses on the G. P. Diddy Gotham City Police Department and Jeffrey. Wright will be starring in this Drama Series as Commissioner Gordon or maybe Lieutenant Gordon at this time. Detective Gordon. Officer Board Office yeah. Jimmy Jimmy J., but this is I've always wanted to see ban on television. Yeah, well, the thing is with Gotham like hello housing to say it's like we never got anything like this before I know. This is especially on Fox about two years ago. That is interesting. It's kind of the same concepts like the develop of the underworld of Gotham as the show. Gotham and I watched the first couple seasons Gotham and it wasn't bad at all. I really enjoy that aspect of like seeing some of these iconic villains kind of get their start with Gordon coming into his own as the Gordon that we knew. Comics and other movies, but big Daddy Dri. It's Kinda of feels like it's a revamp of that rated R.. was like what's. How is this any different from Gotham? It's like well. It's going to be rated. R. And it's going to be produced by HBO Fox Network. Television doesn't have a great track record and producing Superhero content. Yeah, it's it's better with the streaming services, and especially when you have an rating, you can have all of the freedom to really explore the underworld of him and I guess you won't really delve too much. into the supernatural aspect of Batmans character with this series but I don't know maybe you could I. Don't know with with Gotham they they did away right. They would bring. Bring in some of those poison Ivy's in Gotham right yet ed a bunch of different that penguin. They had the quote unquote joker, 'cause I, don't think they're allowed to call them. The joker but US pretty very much character, but terence winter's writing boardwalk empire, so maybe if it has some of that kind of I was just GonNa. Say Lake, tight or grime. Yeah, old feel to it where it's more grounded in Grittier 'cause the Gotham show was a little campy time, so if this I don't know I, guess we got to see what the tone of the Batman movies are going. Going to be because we really don't know too much about that yet, but I guess we'll get a better idea of how this universe will be once we see that I film. Yeah, we also need to get an idea of the setting. We don't know when this movie is going to take place. We don't know we've heard rumors that it could be the nineties. It could be the eighties or could be set in the modern day so you can I guess present the Mafia in a modern fashion, and I guess give Batman that that sort of adversary. That's the thing there's going to be. Be So many villains in that movie and with Paul. Dana's ridler. Ridler does have a connection sometimes in the comics to organized crime. So maybe you can set up that character in that way. Another ridler in Gotham I don't know if this is comic, accurate or how they do that, but he works for the G. C. P. D., and then before he's rattler, right? That's kind of like his origin yet. He's got a bunch of origins where he'll work with the COPS. He'll help them cases, so maybe they can bring in Nepal Dano I. Don't know if I'm so excited for that. Yeah! And Colin Farrell is a penguin. Right made yeah, maybe I. Forgot that yeah. That'd be interesting if you bought in Broaden Cobble Pot Jeffey right to I think you know he's is I. Don't think it'll be betraying a young. I think it'll be established Gordon to KAZAA which every right in his forty s maybe yeah, maybe early fifties, so yeah, so it's probably maybe just about to be commissioner or just started being commissioner, so I don't know it'll be interesting. I mean Hbo Max I. Think We're all looking forward to what type of content they're making an for the future, the new she service so possibility of Barbara Gordon. Gordon yes Saudi. Awesome to you can have her as a character. That's not not back girl. She's not fighting crime in that way, but maybe she works for her father or her uncle, depending on how they wanted. It's before Batman so can be. It can be a hacker. It could be like an introduction where movie one whatever store. They wanted to get some Barbara Gordon in this series and a movie to bring back. Earl is a million things you could do with that. Killing joke may be possible building of Oracle I. Don't know the big universe. I like the idea of doing a cinematic universe, and then taking a break go into television to expand on that world, and then coming back to the movies less than those characters hold more weight. That's kind of like what we wanted to see from the MC you at the daredevils, but they never really made a effort to fully connect that with the cinema cinematic universe. Yeah, it's. It's weird because there's rumors that he's coming back for the Third Spiderman movie, but I always said if if you were. Were going to adapt certain anime series. It would be good to have the big blockbuster, and then maybe get into more though Saad characters with the live action series even with fantasy series, but this is exciting news to me. Because Batman is a character that I think works well on the small screen I. Don't think we'll ever see Batman in this TV series, but it's going to just further develop that world..

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Fresh update on "gotham" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:39 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gotham" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"There have been misstep so far and testing and treatment. So I I'm really skeptical about people making decisions on this tenuous data decisions that are affecting so many lives beyond just the college athletes but. The communities and and who are GONNA be suffering because it's closed down. But basically what what you've heard already is in sources have indicated that the big ten has reacted to five cases five posts. Cova, cases with. US So I don't know why. I, mean you you understand I mean we're we're not talking about. A run of the mill medical medical experts here but right as you know. People reactive data in different ways. They do and and you know scientific people know that there's always a control group and and my concern is if we shutdown college football across the board, then where's the control group? How are we going to know what would have happened? Had, we continued with College Football just my perspective. Thanks for taking my thank you very much and I. Think there are two sides of that coin as there always are. there's a medical side that dimension and then the liability side. and. The liability sides a little bit easier to figure out it's Scott is up next in. San. Diego Hey. Scott. Hi Paul how are you doing? Well, thank you. Thank you for calling. They show I don't Miss. You heard the I just saw that the mountain West Fan that they're postponing right the their season as well but. You know one of the things I haven't heard a lot of talk about is and I'm looking at a more of a liability perspective too. I'm GonNa Attorney and that's kind of what I do but. The colleges already have liability related to this from the fact that they've done students on campus right now and they're practicing so. I haven't heard a lot of talk about that, and then the other thing is. If the. Major conferences a one or two of the major conferences cancel. I don't see how the other conferences go forward. Well, let me give you this. Let me give you the legal case here Let's let's say to do and I think they will. And then you're in one of the other three and and you have a serious situation wh. What what's your argument? My argument if I was asked to. Say You. You wonder that you're you're SEC ACC or big twelve and you have a serious situation that comes out from liability standpoint How do you defend that? I think that's going to be really tough. I don't know how you do it. I mean maybe a point to the experts you tried to say that there was An assumption of the risk that you know everybody knew it was dangerous and they chose to play but. You know the bottom line is these lawsuits are are done years later in. The plaintiff they're going to be saying look, you have these other two conferences. capital because they didn't feel it was safe. Even if the real reason was something else you know the MAC is being in its because. Just, let me say one thing. We had the MAC commissioner on and he said he he looked at medical experts and they said. It's unequivocal. You can't go on So I mean he would be my first witness wasn't he? Yeah he would but you know then. That's GONNA be nothing unequivocal this no one had absolute facts and anybody says that now is full of it because right now I don't think the doctors or anyone knows exactly what's going to happen or why so. but my I can tell you it makes it a lot more difficult for this year. I'm curious Gotham legal have had those conversations go I would assume every I know every conference has legal counsel. Every university has a general counsel You know those conversations have already taken place. Oh Yeah Yeah and and what we don't know is. What is their insurance company San. Many people are already been sick and you know what is the what? What has happened Muir so we don't have an information that they do. So we're only speculating with half the information. So I think that's what makes this fascinating but also kind of Kyrie and I can tell you it's closed and it's gotta be because I listen to your show all day and there's great argument. On both sides as far as you know, they're safer on campus they got better medical care You know they're young maybe whisker or last. But Two years from now if there's a loss okay. Everything is they're gonNA look at all events. Well, it was all about money and you're GONNA have enough built battle argument that so. I tell you I wouldn't wanNA. Be, position it's. It's It's tough. Not to prompt anything don't even think about but but Plaintiff of law is quite a cottage industry and and covert is we're we're in the embryos stages but as you look ahead how how big of a draw just going to be. I think it's GonNa be huge. I've already seen art I. It's not my area on the planet. I do more corporate and transactional work. I've already seen articles you know circulating around the law firm about. krona virus remaking employment law. You know because of all the employees that are being forced to work or they're saying they don't have a safe environment, etc. so you're gonNA see lawsuits in my opinion for years and it's GonNa be a not just in the sports world but employment world. Insurance you name it it's going to be. It's going to be a mess and and the problem is they're trying to make decisions. Now they don't know how this is going to turn out. You know maybe if the government got a little more proactive and and gave some safe havens like they tried to do on that poultry factory it make decisions easier but I don't know how feasible that is even. Sky Great. Insight. Thank you for sharing that. We really appreciate it graveyard. Thank you. Great it's really interesting to listen to keep up the good work. Thank you. Scott come back soon, legal expert, and you heard a medical expert right before that just just from. The Great Great audience of the Finebaum Show, we'll take a break mortem.

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Lifeguards union says de Blasio pool plan is dead in water

The Coastal Athlete Program

05:01 min | Last month

Lifeguards union says de Blasio pool plan is dead in water

"Welcome to CAP. CAST is June one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand and twenty. Here is your news from around the world. Kind of Kinda works imagine if we had like a bad. Like some kind of channel, six or something. The New York Post Nolan Hicks of the New York Post is reporting that the lifeguards union has said no to build a Pasi does plan actually the New York Post, so let's go ahead and read the headline because that's that's what they do. Best Lifeguards Union says to Blasios Pool. Plan is dead in water. Like. So here's here's what no one has to say. Cools out for summer. There is little chance. The big apple will be able to open its outdoor public pools this summer. Do staffing shortages and training snafus despite Mayor Bill De Blasio, publicly floating the notion in recent days, according to the head of the union, representing city lifeguards. Just WanNa editorialize for a second. This is why I love the post even when they're like reporting there still so much editorial just baked. Like the Pun about bill, De, Blasio floating public notions. Quote I'm not hopeful pools. Sorry excited on that hopeful, the pools is and said Hair Henry Gerardo. President of AF. District thirty seven, who said the coronavirus pandemic has delayed and complicated training so badly. That is unlikely they can get staff certified in time. I don't think we'll be ready to have enough personnel to do the training and get them certified in time for the Pool Story Open. He told the post quote. Instead he said the city and the union have focused their efforts on getting lifeguards ready to patrol city beaches, offering some hope that New Yorkers will be able to find some escape from Gotham off swelling summers. Interesting sentence the parks. Department fifty three outdoor pool has been a staple of summer life for decades attracting more than one point seven million visitors during the summer of two thousand nineteen alone quote, we are currently training lifeguards in order to open our beaches for swimming, if and when it becomes safe, says city hall spokesperson John Jane May Meyer quote. We continue to recruit and train lifeguards and are assessing. If it is possible to open pools this summer end quote wanted to bring the story up because New York. City has some of the most pools per capita anywhere in the world. There's a lot of people in a very small area and I. Don't know if you've been to New York in the summer. Have you ever been to New York in the summer before now, but I've seen movies it's. Looks uncomfortable. Talk Shit Right? Yeah, it's it's hot. It smells like urine. I've heard that a lot. Like, like the urine. Smell really comes out in the summertime. Hug. It really does it off an especially. If it's like just started to rain, because then it likes teams and you're. To Crow But this is, this is a really big issue. I mean the lifeguard shortage around the country is impacting a lot of places in their ability to open ever GonNa get a little later in the stories like the time line to get people in the door has been pushed so far down the line that we find ourselves. Potentially, not able to open spaces that should be allowed to be open if you don't have enough lifeguards to sit in tower, no city or town is going to open up their aquatic facility, so I have a feeling what we're seeing in New York is going to be the same repeating story in a lot of other places around the country. Talking about public pools. So! Lifeguards Union in New York, city, so like any pool needs to have lifeguards, and within certain like obviously private clubs are an exception, but any public facility has to have lifeguards there within this union. And in order to be a union member, there's all the stuff that you have to do and in order to qualify just to be a lifeguard. There's a lot of stuff that you have to do to. So. By them saying they're going to focus on opening up the beaches. That's probably because they can. I have more of a capacity of people at a beach than they can add a public pool, so they're. They're trying to triage their resources to the place where the feel they can give the most people the most released. Okay come say who's really dying to go back to a public pool like. Let's let's. Have you been to put to public fault. Me Personally Yeah. Santa Cruz? Cabrillo is the closest, and that's not even public. Grafton Sale. But I used to live back east, and my family's from back there in like there are community pool is all over the place like that is people. When people live in apartments, they can't have pools. Most apartment buildings can't facilitate like a pool on the roof or something so you're kinda limited to twenty four hour, fitness or New York, Sport Club or wherever?

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"gotham" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Nine first series is unseen football You have a new podcast with your dad. Deepak about covid nineteen I'll get to that in a second. I I. Do want to address this. You said documentary work is not journalism, but storytelling I agree by the way and I think all documentarian have a bias I can recall with my wife got them, and you may disagree with this, but during making a murder. She was just outraged that he was being framed, and I kept saying honey. This is not necessarily journalism He did stock women and he tortured animals. That's not normal. There's some the wiring. Said my wife. I kept saying these are not necessarily journalists. Story and everybody has biases. And in this case I think they tend to do early. give the benefit of the doubt to the young man who. You know was was ultimately jailed. So when you say you're not, it's not journalism but storytelling. Gotham don't use still at a core of value system believe you are doing some level of journalism because. Storytelling still has to be accurate even if it's dramatic. No great question and look. I think that this idea objectivity is. The outdated. We're all subjective role. Now. We're influenced by the. Insulin place social media we listen. We hear so many different things, and so and I think it's really important to be upfront, and not to say that that point of view can't change over time. The more you immerse yourself in a story or character, but I do think we spend a lot of time on the the finance like we sort of agonized and torture like. The the subject I worked with which is you know? We need to have a point of view. Like why are we doing? What is this about? These things take time and working with Bobi. The two year process to produce news into Tom Versus. Time you know it was across the season that I of the game I hear shot up and dribble with Lebron like a couple of years ago. It say why are we doing this? We're going. You know like a lot of these guys. They don't need to do it. I mean these are very successful, wealthy famous. So why are we doing? Doing it. Why are we investing this time? Why are we talking about these things? And I think having that point of view that perspective is really important. Otherwise, it's sort of like it's love reality show. I mean I'm films now, so we you know I'm always like. Hey, we're making a film. We're making documentary series. Where not just creating a reality show and I think that's important I think obviously you have a obligation to the audience and to the people are also in their time and money in some cases, watch these things to have a level of honesty and offensive city, so it's a balance You know I think it's a person. I really loved that process. I love these you know and neither relationships. I mean I stay in touch with. Obviously like I, said talk to all the time you know Koby, you know to the an just in terms of like the relationship there, so You know it's more than just like hey, we're. We're just following these guys around for time It's really sort of immersing in their lives and finding a way.

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"gotham" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

06:53 min | 3 months ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Playbook

"The future and all the uncertainty and unemployment at Cetera. To sleep is a big issue and just wanted to sort of really exists intial sort of battle between my father. He's always like wanting to drift into consciousness and talk about the things that you know. He's really passionate about number one Mike Right now. Let's have me tonight like sleep. Better and so Fortunately at least for this I've been able to wrangle him. That's awesome. I had a conversation with your sister when I was big. I'd Iran Lee Steinberg. I used to complain that I would do all this work know. Have all these meetings? And then he'd walk right into the conference room and say the and everyone would be like. Oh my God. He's such a genius. I've Seen Your Dad in that position. A lot of so. It's nice to know that the vibration in Glit- clarity that you're bringing out of them appeals. Because I don't want the Bob. Proctor is in deep October risen. The Jack Canfield their content to die. Because no one's watching it and there's so many nuggets gems that are digestible. I the majority of the audience that utilize these platforms A would be missed because your sister told me extraordinary story about your father To make him more human you know and I say that must have been. She told me about one time. She asked for advice if he was writing one of his books. And he's like go. Ask Your mother and it just blew my mind because they had that mindset of like this God the do you have one of One of the humble stories about how you guys created the podcast or something to bring a reality of you trying to convince him of. Hey this is a whole different World Dad. Something that humanizes him. I think the thing about my dad is i. He's dealing with all the same set of circumstances that everyone else's right now he's down in San Diego in their home. He's observing social distance. Making sure you know. He's playing his part to help platinum curve in all of that so and so. I think these are practical things. He's going through People ask me all the time was like what is the greatest piece of advice that your dad is ever given an actually thinking of the irony amongst many spiritual laws in everything. That's out there the thing which I don't think he's ever published but I just have observed that he said to me on numerous occasions. Don't take yourself too seriously you know and I think that is to me is the greatest piece of advice which is like you know. The world is so mysterious on what we're going through right now is you know is so mysterious. The greatest mystery in all of it is our own existence amid makes no sense. You know and so I think you know that idea of being able to let go and just have some perspective is the greatest peace and he reminds us of that in my dance voraciously. You're looking at trends and understand data right now and try to find the silver linings everything up. So it's it's not unlike you know everyone else have people disciplines in their parents and stuff like that. Just trying to find the good news and he's very much you know Kinda in that realm as well right now. We talk a lot. These days. It's awesome. It must be nice to do a podcast with your father. Mr Davis my father's birthday. He would have been eighty three. He passed but I was thinking about you as is preparing for this man. I've been so nice I loved to have had a platform to share Especially you know. It's funny because Wayne dyers one of my mentors as well in the same genre your father. He used to tell the story. Zander's about rule number six and rule number says was. Don't take yourself so seriously Another one might just be kind these these simple rules through that little. You know you have your own. You have your own separate brand self-made in a completely different genre. Though it's like we both know. Maybe not everyone agrees with us. But I believe it's completely aligned instead of distant about your dad teaches Moreover you've learned a lot of lessons for some great people you partnered with great people. What lesson would you like to share for today as your own? Gotham Bre To those people out there that may be struggling And maybe scared maybe separate in various superior anxious angry in some sort of ego based consciousness. You have such a great perspective of all these different worlds including my world of sports. What would you like to tell them right now? What THEY SHOULD BE CASINO? It's a great question and I think you know I I I would say privilege situation. You know a very safe place. People healthy my whole family's healthy not on wood and so you know I have the luxury of being able to sit back and think and reflect a lot about you know where I am now where I want to be in a month now cetera. I'd say you know to whatever extent people have that opportunity to really reflect and thoughtful about In what they WANNA do building habits. I mean just very practically when you mentioned sleep. Mislead is something so important to so by conservative Again this is not like my own sort of gration learn for my dad and then I've observed it with a lot of different Athens. I work with it. Sleep Diet Nutrition. Some regular form of exercise in movement some form of reflections of mindfulness. Meditation going for Walks Yoga all these different things and then the last one retaining is really important and you kind of mentioned it already. Is that you know kindness empathy. You know service Seeing it with healthcare like how you know right now sitting at home is an act of service right. You know. We're staying healthy ourselves. We're helping Reduced and flat in this curve. So I think just sort of being of service to our community and and saying how can I participate? How can I help you know if you are fortunate? Like how can you you know going in having takeout takeout? Food and leaving a nice dip. I mean that's an active service right now because of how many people are struggling so I think just sort of being aware of like everything around us is is really important And you know out encourage people to think that way. I think you're right. I think we have to think about now for tomorrow. No Pun intended for your new podcast with your dad and your just started prison. I've waited a long time to finally meet you. We live so close to each other throughout the one thing that I love about this. Compressed time of uncertainty as to finally have the time and others have the time to sit down for twenty minutes like this learn so much in. I'm so grateful for you. Got Them and Look forward to someday meeting you in person giving you a real hug later. I really appreciate it. Thanks for having me absolutely incredible..

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"gotham" Discussed on The Documentary Life

The Documentary Life

15:07 min | 3 months ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Documentary Life

"Gotham Chopra is an American author filmmaker and entrepreneur. He is the son of alternative medicine. Celeb- Deepak Chopra a man who would be the focus of his first documentary feature decoding. Deepak in two thousand fifteen choper created religion of sports a six part documentary series examining how sports can profoundly influenced societies and cultures in a manner that extends beyond entertainment value. Religion of sports is also the name of the Media Company which he co owns with. Michael Strahan and Tom Brady speaking of Brady. The quarterback and his Jersey are the subject of religions latest documentary the Great Brady Heist. Welcome to the show. Gotha may appreciate you coming on today to the documentary life. Yeah thanks so much for having me. I'm excited to be here and and always like talking to to fellow artists and with fellow. Artists is is really exciting for me absolutely so Gotham. I think a nice way to start these conversations. We always like to get a little bit of context. How did you find your way to documentary? I think I've always been just storyteller and like someone who's really been but as a consumer of loves great STORIES GROWING UP. I'm first generation American In terms like I'm the first person in my family to be born outside of the Indian subcontinent and so growing up in America. How we kinda connected culturally with My sister homeland India was like through was through comic books. And just like you know like videos and stuff like that a two. I was always like from the ground up from you know from as far back as I can remember like just really passionate about mythology and stories and just understanding the way the world worked Through great storytelling. I think over time you know as as is sort of like involved you know and I was just like one of those people that early on. Who sort of like fascinated with cameras and just like always trying to document the right and you know my first. Iteration really yeah. The filmmaker was more as a journalist reporter. And then you know I think it really coincided. Probably turn of the two thousand with like the evolution of technology in terms of Camera Technology illegally. Gm and social media. So it's been a genesis across you know as far back as I can remember so a lot of the focus of today's conversation is going to be about sports documentaries and and it seems to me that you're a great person to talk to about that. That's why we've had you on today so I think we should just get right into that. Which is a religion of sports? Of course there's religious sports the six part documentary series originally which you did in two thousand fifteen and then there's religion of sports this big media company that produces things like podcasts produces obviously a long and short form video how in why did religion of sports become a thing for you. Yeah growing up in a place like Boston Massachusetts which is where I was born and raised a first generation American. You Know I. I was a huge sports fan. I sort of looking back. Every sport was like how I became. Or Yeah how assimilated to America like my family all from the Indian subcontinent in no do the red sox or celtics surveyed sir. Bruins were late for me growing up in Boston going to high school with you know. Mostly Irish Catholic kids in From Jenner going back generations in northeast like sports was how I I think identified and and became part of a community sales. Just like was a huge sports fan. I think overtime as I grew up in my father in particular you know had his own. No He's professional. Transformation into becoming Deepak Chopra who we all know right now as like you know this spiritualists and bestselling author it's et Cetera. Really started with a personal transformation in his life. Probably one of the but I was a teenager and I think looking back into now. I realized I used to say this. My Dad is like you know everything you talk about. In wisdom traditions and spiritual traditions religion et cetera exists. Sports like Fenway. Park is a cathedral right. I was growing up. Where a cursed franchise The Celtics and the boss. Old Boston Garden was a hallowed ground. In the you know the big three and all that stuff like I saw sports through as much as the fan I was S. Assad through this sort of unique lend. That's how I consumed it Was through this kind of quasi spiritual perspective. It's the origins of religion is sports. Really like Go back to that. And then I think you know more from the filmmaking standpoint I you know I was like I said a reporter and a storyteller and all the stuff I think it was really around. I I don't know the exact dates when ESPN launched the thirty. For thirty franchise but thirty for thirty for me as a young filmmaker sort of became. And I think a lot of people became thing is like oh I can be a sports fan and I I. I think before that it was just. Kinda like yeah. You did sports on your own time. Like that was like a personal passion. Rice thirty for thirty. You know kind of legitimized it in some ways as an art form and I remember you another the two Escobar's and once brothers and some of these things that were just to ask ourselves great and like you know sort of brought together my passion sort of reporting and and you know like issues going on all around the world and Sports Ed side. Think that's kind of how the early sort of inkling of like I think while I was sort of working on decoding. The started to watch out these thirty for thirty. And we're like Oh like I could do this but with the thing that I'm most passionate about. Yeah Right. Yeah what. What is it about sports? Right what is it about sports that make such compelling documentary? I mean sports are first of all. They're they're mythic great. Sports are about human potentials or are about you know the thrill of victory and triumph but also the tragedy of failure and loss So I think like it has all the sort of story elements and overcoming adversity and Just struggle and stuff like that I think it has all those qualities that make for great storytelling but also think like the universality of it like. I'll say there's not a place on the planet you can't go where people aren't obsessed with sports and sometimes it's like the biggest you know you go to. Spain and F C Barcelona Real Madrid like a two two of the most iconic in franchise in multi billion dollar franchise each of them. But it's a passion there. Then you can go like to you. You said Cambodia or rural Tibet Etc Any fine in every village. There's you know kids. Obsessed with the sport lay or somehow they're watching those F C Barcelona in there watching the Ronaldo's messages instantly. It's you know wherever you go. People are passionate about these sports in these communities. Form so Yeah I think it's just it's as as I am a fan of. I can really watch any sport and participate and still die hard fan of like those Boston. Teams. I think storytelling perspective. I L- look at sports as this great backdrop for for storytelling. I've I've not one of those you know we don't do a lot of like what you would call like the all nothing's or the you know just like the sports stories trying to say like. How does this appeal to a fan? That again why thirty for thirty so much as like you know. How does this appeal beyond the fan? I should say that's right person. Who's not you know doesn't particularly care votes or doesn't really care about that team but that can get sort of like you know. See the see the deeper story there. Well in a segues perfectly into my next question which is really. How do you make a sports doc? Something a non sports person would want to see right because we consider ourselves as doc filmmakers storyteller so regardless of what an often as filmmakers were embracing a passion that we might have right over exploring a passion that we might have. Somebody else has that maybe a lot of other people do not have so in the case of sports. You're presenting a story presenting a documentary film and a large part of your audience. May in fact be or no I segment of your audience may fact be a non sports person? So is that something that you're you're pretty conscious of when you make your doc films or is that something that religious sports conscious of or do you guys just say. Look we know what our audience is? These are docks meant for people that consume sports. Now I mean I think it's almost like I'd say our brand of storytelling is very character driven. And so it's really trying to. I think like the the DNA that has evolved in the company over the last few years no matter if it's like a big tent pole project that's following. You know an iconic athlete like Tom. Radio Kobe Bryant a couple years ago. It's head is or it's like it's non celebrity athlete or or something like that. It's like why does this matter and say why sports matter what what is this telling us about the human condition or a community and we really sort of agonize over that point of view. I mean I'd like to say you know I torture whether it's you know my collaborators or even sometimes our subjects say there's a thing I can definitely say this with With your audience. It says I'm a SNOB film SNOB and they we're making films. Were not making reality shows. I think the main difference. There's like intention like when you are going to follow a charter. Sorry about that when wanting to follow a character across year or something like that. What are we trying to say like? Why are we doing sake? What's the deeper for this because otherwise my great fear is like Oh God this is a reality. Show cameras rolling. That's you are someone who is connected to connect to high profile names at this point and you in quite frankly you may have been at an earlier age because if your father was so my question for you is speaking to our audience. First AND SECOND TIME. Doc filmmakers who may not and probably most likely don't have the kind of connections or accessed at someone like yourself or that religion of sports does how can we start to become Connected or how. Can we start to gain access if we believe we have a great story And maybe it involves a pro sports celebrities or a Pro Sports League entity. I'd love if you could share some tips on. Look if I'm not connected to somebody if I don't have access. How do I start to gain some access to make my sports documentary? That may be as about a league or a team or about a well-known a high profile. Name well I mean we can turn the get into tactics in terms of like how you reach out. Who Do you reach attitude? What do you say then I mean I love it? I love it happy to do that but I would say you know I. It really goes back to that core. Like what's what's the story I think access to some degree has sort of become United States. Obviously from a place of privilege but like because we have access but it's sort of like It's a commodity like everybody has access. I mean people every athlete. I work with right now. Bigger small most of them have you know some of them have their own production companies. Everybody's got a camera in their hand. Everyone's documenting everything. Everyone's got like a big social on instagram following. Your facebook Ever take a lot of the things that used to be like. So I've got access or you know. I know somebody at Netflix Sir facebook. Or whatever like those. Don't matter as much I would say I defining thing is like okay. Cool you got access but like like I said before. What are you trying to say? Why are you doing this? What's the point like what's going to separate this from a you know thousands of other pieces of content? That are sort of vaguely about the same thing right Sin And I really think we spend so much time on the front end of tea and and it's really in partnership with you know either the subject themselves or maybe the broadcast partner whatever or it's internally our own team where I dating idea Ding. Something's okay why are we doing this? What are we trying to say? What's the point? What's the story structure once the conflict? You know all the things. That storytellers Study for years but like reach sort of really in a go back to that here of thousand faces face like that Gioja MPAA. Yeah and I think that's a really important thing that sort of gets I see this a lot actually with people who you know somehow managed to get access with an athlete or something they just skip over that step and then I said it sort of becomes a reality show. They're sort of like riding along in the car or you know in the apartment and they're just sort of like a camera rolling but am not sometimes sure why So I'd say that's the key and then I think like the reality our we presenting that our pre are present. That yeah so okay. So it's like you know figuring out the point and sometimes it does of course start with them level of I think that to answer your questions. Like tactic we. There's in some ways there's use this expression of the time which is content is king and most important thing in our. It's never been a better time to be creative INC to some sure I can. I understand like the point. Everyone saying but I also think it's Kinda tough because yes there's this endless continent there. So how do you make your janitor? Who noticed partly how you get noticed as first of all not to keep on repeating the same thing but is having a point of view. But then it's and I think that point of view itself helps differentiates if I am an athlete prominent athlete or League or whatever and I'm being approached in a thousand different directions every day..

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A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

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A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

A gentler Gotham? NYers anxiously wait out coronavirus

"In the movie midnight cowboy Dustin Hoffman says that famous line while crossing a crowded street in Times Square as a taxi almost hits him now we're living in a very different New York City no swearing at yellow cabs for cutting into crosswalks no irritability dodging slow walking pedestrians no pushing forward in lines supermarket shoppers are anxiously and awkwardly sidestepping each other trying their best to keep six feet away under threat amid a global outbreak new Yorkers have become downright polite Julie Walker New York

Dustin Hoffman Times Square New York City New York Julie Walker
Hellboy talk with Tim

Covert Nerd Podcast

12:22 min | 5 months ago

Hellboy talk with Tim

"Are seeing more of change. I think in response to books like Hell Boyer Black Hammer. Where because there is a firm time line and things are happening characters have to react to the things that are happening even if they don't have full context for what's happening so that's what you like about hell boy be. Pr General. Think helpful like you said Houston's Gone Yeah Houston's gone what are you GonNa do hell boy died? What are we going to do? And that's another thing stopped me please. If I'm going off the rails in the world of hell boy. Bpd WHAT HAVE YOU? Death is final unless it isn't and what I mean by that is when like okay but speculate for just a second over. I'm going to spoil recent events in Batman that's okay. I'll put spoiler at the beginning. The Alfred was killed by Bain in Batman a couple months ago Alfred. Dying is a huge deal. It's a very good story. I'll be really hard pressed to say in five years. We're not going to have comics with Alfred. M I think we'll see Alfred Comeback in the hell boy world if there was a a character analogous to Alfred. If he died he'd be dead. There's only been three characters I can think of who haven't stayed dead One of them is Huma Hunky list which is hard work as say I can read it forever. A monkey lists named Roger. Who's liveability is questionable? At best the other two and I could be wrong as well like I'm not concrete giving you information but This based off the best of my recollection the the other two characters would be Rasputin. Who is the main villain and Hell boy himself and when hell boy is brought back it's not his choice. There was There was a thing that I want to say. Scott Allie who was an editor and a writer on BP said is If he said death is final and things will break and if things are repaired they will still remain broken. So if you like break glass table you can put that glass table back together. It's not going to be as strong as it was. And that's kind of a tenant and B P R D if we're gonNA break it we can put it back together but it's not gonna be the same as a storyteller in a fan of of character the way hell boy and it's related books handle stakes is so it's so unlike anything else you're gonNA find in modern pop culture and he loves. Mike loves the supernatural world. Because I hadn't read hell boy before but I read Joe Gholam which is one of my aches works and it has a very supernatural tinder taste to it for lack of a better word but he really loves that supernatural world when I was reading up about how he came up with hell boy and the Supernatural. In general he started. Reading Brahms stroker's Dracula and just got sucked into the all. The supernatural world and missed. Go along with that and even see that. In Gotham by gaslight. Yeah I think that's where he got a lot of this inspiration because like you said. Eprdf just kind of a supernatural monster story arc on each in how he tries to solve this mystery so to speak. But I really like those like you said the BP because they're short. In general. At least the ones I read are fairly short. They're kind of wins a call because they take place in the past share. Well it's it's interesting because Mike men ULA has trusted so many people with his world. Geoff Johns has written for PR. D- we've got Chris. Roberson does a lot of stuff Scott. Allie Gabriel Bah and Fabio Moon. Who ARE TWINS? They've done some work on a book called. B P R D vampire. Let's just phenomenal. It's so good Abe Sapien had his own series for awhile and there were another set of twins that were working on the art in that and their names escape me off hand but pitch perfect. They're wonderful the those twin they're now working on Lucifer for DC like the the Black Label Sandman books but It's just so good There's a horror comic called Herro county that's written by. Cullen Bunn the art and that is done by Tyler Crook and there was a tiny little bit of animosity because Tyler Crook was the second main artists on E. P. R. D. And when he went over to do Harrow County kind of left He left the crew in a bit of a bind and everybody was a little upset but also he's doing the work of his career on. Harrow. County That's how we got Lawrence Campbell as the main artist on be prd through throughout the run of like hell boy traditionally the art in that is either Mike Minneola or Mike. Minneola esque yes. There's a there's a very good so pretty still pretty rough so to speak but it I think it fits in his universe. Yeah it absolutely does. If we're not getting Mike Manolo. We're getting somebody like Dunkin for Griego who has a very manolas style over. Mvp what we got was a completely different visual. Take and we had guy. Davis was the main artist for play frogs. Hell on earth. We saw Tyler Crook and then going into the devil you know we had Lawrence Campbell. And they bright. They brought a very interesting like real world. Visual take on what Mike Minneola drew as more than esoteric stylized monster world and just like injected it with like this fierce ground level realistic take in it so to to see how Lake Dunkin for draws Abe sapien versus how Mike Minneola draws EP and versus. How Tyler Crook Draws Abe sapien versus? It's so it should not narrative Lee speaking work. It shouldn't do it Michael did a whole issue of of that. We have a painted issues that are done by just masters of their art. And it's it's so wonderful and and just the fact that you can have these visual styles who divorced from divorce from the words divorce from the writing you would never know that just because this character looks a little more cheesy in. This character. Looks a little more realistic. There is no. There's no what if in the hell boy universe whenever you read a story As far as the comics the short stories are a little different. There's pros and all that but we're talking about the comics there's not Lak- what if Abe Sapien was fighting in World War. Two like it's there's none of that every everything you read actually happens To those characters in the world of hell boy and having such unique creative voices all working in tandem to tell this one epic it should not by any right work and if it does work it should not work nearly as well as this does and it is so much fun it does. It's a fun a fun book. Speaking of you talked about Abe Sapien. What is your favorite character from hell boy? Do you bomb or is it a cop out answer cop out answer and then maybe might cop out. Answer is Every every major comic book company I believe has a trinity of some kind so. Dc Has Batman. Wonder Woman Superman Marvel's got Captain America. Thor and iron man You could argue. That image has spawned in which blade and someone else that I can't think of offhand For Hell boy it's definitely you've got an expansive universe of characters but it comes down to Abe Liz in hell boy and if I get one of those three I'm going to have a good time and be in for completely different reasons there so three very different characters In the in the Gemmell del Toro movies. They had a romance between. Liz and hell boy does not exist in the comics. That's not a thing If anything Liz and Abe kind of have an unspoken thing that nobody ever acts on and that's kind of cool because you've got fire and water and that's like a neat neat thing like that. Yeah it's really fun. But if you were like gun to my head me pick a character man. It's GonNa be a tie between it's GonNa be a tie between Captain Daimyo from be PRD. Who is in the newest? Hell boy movie. He's the the wear Jaguar. I love him or Johann Johann Krauss whose an echo plasma ghost in a in a sealed suit don't make can't choose between those two a close honorable mention would be roger but I can live without roger it's fine but But no I love and that goes to the military guy in me I love. Diageo is a traditional military guy and he is just he's hired basically to militarize the PRD and get them to work as a cohesive unit and he just comes in and he's like all right. Look I'm done I'm done like I cannot handle. Whatever it is you guys are doing. I need you all. Just cut your drama. And let's do this. And he just has no time for any of the. He's he's not ignorant to the fact that he's working with monsters he's he gets to the point where he's like. I don't care that you're monsters. We have work to do. And I absolutely love that. And then Johann who was voiced by Seth McFarland and the second held boy movie the The Golden Army In the comics he is so flawed that he is. He's the most fun to read. Because you you just like him you just like him and he makes some really dumb stupid mistakes but they're mistakes that you could see yourself making and you see some emphasis me speaking of myself when I say you but I see so much of myself in him that when he makes a mistake. I'm like own own. No real world content is one hundred percent what I would do and we would all be in so much trouble So I absolutely adore the dichotomy of those two and they don't get a wall but No it's my it's A. It's a complete cop-out I answered it twice with no actual answer. That's okay. I like the fact that like you said it is kind of whimsical. Boys Got A. Would you say it dry sense of humor? I would say Ri- I think is is not so much dry it's like. He knows he knows what he's just so he's just kind of he's perpetually forty and he could you imagine being being against. I'm in my late thirties. Man If you just I would be unstoppable if I had energy and I see hell boy as just perpetually old enough to know better young enough to not care and he kind of can get away with

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'Birds of Prey' Review: Nihilism for Fun and Profit

WGN Nightside

05:38 min | 6 months ago

'Birds of Prey' Review: Nihilism for Fun and Profit

"Movie reviews let's jump right into it Eric how you doing okay all right Steve how are you good all right so we can see prepare children we got the movie reviews here which we do every Sunday we'll talk box office as well we'll catch up when I was off last week for the Academy Awards but Steve you did see birds of prey the Harley Quinn thing yes hi would you think well I mean it this is a film that once very desperately for us to believe that it's a G. and twisted in the NBA wanted so much to kind of forget to actually be edgy and twisted it keeps telling us how it deals with the the the and that's not to say that the the latest DC comics movie century isn't doesn't have its moments but certainly Margot Robbie's is was among the highlights of this sort of a spin off of suicide squad and she was certainly one of the highlights of that film but it is fun at times I I I like I can honestly say I can't think of a movie I've seen more recently they are seen so many people work so hard to convince me they're having a good time and yet the it's sort of extraordinarily conventional at the same time unlike unlike suicide squad which is sort of put together by a government agency the birds of prey kind of come together more naturally joker isn't actually in the sermon and by the way I should make it clear we're talking at the joker not the current dot that most recent joker iteration but the jerit letto joker from a couple years ago but he's not in this it doesn't matter but that doesn't stop the screenwriter who Christine at Hudson who did bumble bee which is actually a pretty good script from from sort of leaning into his influence on this whole story when were re introduced a Harley Quinn she and and joke or have just broken up which apparently means that any protection that she has being affiliated with him is gone so suddenly all the criminals in Gotham when the killer and I'm not exactly sure why but she has done some horrible things in the past I guess one of the people she has wronged is there is a crime boss this play by you and McGregor who goes by the name black mask something of sort of a flashy party boy E. but he kind of seems to have one speed in one elevated volume when he speaks he basically like rip Taylor in a black skull mask so he's more obnoxious than threatening the the hit the side kick that's played by Christmas Cena whose actually way more sort of deviant sinister and then black mass gives but we don't really get to see him that much but the the what happens is that they these these email characters all kind of come together some of them are more superhero oriented like a crossbow wielding huntress is played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead and then there's care during black Canary's played by journey small at bell and there's a young girl name Cass who's play ballads a Bosko is a police detective Renee mon twenty it was played by Rosie Perez and I gotta say of all of all the of all those characters Winstead in parens really kind of stand out I guess not surprisingly and it's it's actually kind of really great just to be reminded how much of a presence Rosie Perez can be and that when given the chance and given this kind of exposure and and sort of elevated in this way there is a far more interesting aspects of birds of prey than just the action of the actions not bad there's sort of a subtext about what happens to people when they sustain prolonged abuse or other forms of violence most of lead characters are suffering from some form of PTSD or another in the sort of find unique ways to cope with that it's a it's a shared condition that brings these women together and bonds them and makes them not only surprisingly strong as a team but but it's also sort of a new weird little group therapy thing the film doesn't address this directly but it's sort of hard not to hard to miss it like get a you know a like most things in birds of prey it's not exactly subtle but anyway the the I guess of the action sequences are kind of a mixed bag of sort of standard issue cases in explosions in fighting and with a few sort of clever original and and a little bit bloody idea sort of sprinkled in but a few case you're in curious birds of prey is actually yes very rated R. the some there's some gory violence there's some liberal usage of four letter words but I'm guessing the under age folks who will be speaking into this movie will not be traumatized by anything that they see it's got a great Sir high energy soundtrack to really bombastic score by Daniel Pembleton and and enough sort of deviance from Robbie and company to the keep it interesting mobile when the problem with the film is the bad guy even the Gregory is terrible in this he looks like he's having a good time but you know the thing I hate more than anything else in the world in movies is watching someone have fun yeah because it does not this I don't know I don't know what someone on a roller coaster I want to get on the roller coaster like so that's sort of the problem here and okay when DC finally figures out their bad guy problem they're gonna probably for anyway but that to me it's a mixed review but but that's about I got a I don't know if it's positive or negative all

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'Birds of Prey': Reviews praise Margot Robbie's 'crazy pants' Harley Quinn performance

Big Boy

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

'Birds of Prey': Reviews praise Margot Robbie's 'crazy pants' Harley Quinn performance

"Day grab your policy and watch Margot Robbie returns as Harley Quinn and birds of prey Harley Quinn teams up with the birds of prey high interest black Canary detective Renee montagne into center came to take down Gotham's most diabolical villain Roman site you own is a K. eight black mass and of course birds of prey is certified fresh on rotten tomatoes so go see Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in birds of prey in theaters now rated are under seventeen not admitted

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Derby Hopeful Independence Hall Among The Horses 'Testing The Waters' Saturday At Tampa Bay

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:22 min | 6 months ago

Derby Hopeful Independence Hall Among The Horses 'Testing The Waters' Saturday At Tampa Bay

"Ocean night for Trainer Care McLaughlin stacking stamping himself as one of the top OP. Three roads in the country at that point is we know he would come back in the Tampa Bay. Derby things didn't go. According to plan that day he would be given a break and then continue on throughout the rest of his career but ocean night. Very very talented and Kieran back in the SAM. F Davis later this afternoon with Alisa. We'd who is another horse. That has a lot oughta talent and Karen with me now on the horse racing radio network here in good morning. Good Morning Mike how are you. I'm well my friend. How about yourself? Great Oshawa lead. This is a horse that you know has ability has shown it throughout his entire brief career. Last time out runner up behind shot ski in New York. Tell me a little bit about Asia. We where is he right now. He's on the van had into Tampa is A really nice big curling colts with Great Mind does everything right and he wants to distance of you know as far as they write the races because we feel like so. That's a good sign for going forward but Unlucky to lose Robson last time it came from well back doc just just missed came out of the race in good shape. I'm talking to Rick Nicholls. We weren't sure what we're going to run. But we're happy to get him back in the talk to that top. Yes it's interesting. You talk about the distance factor in hill as long as they can write the races he debuted at Saratoga. Last August. I at six furlongs. He was fifth that day kind of had an inside trip and then came back at a mile. You stretch them out and boy did he show his true colors that day. He drew rafter win by more than four lancs. Yeah that was a big effort. We knew wanted to go further. Most of the time horses improved. Second can start third start to. Hopefully he'll keep improving. We have to prove today to to beat this independence hall. He's very talented. So we'll see how it goes but we're ready to go. Have you gotten a chance to see independence hall in person. I did see Him I saw his hind feet kicking up The rams no that's wrong. Yeah so tough to the side of my cat is handful Craig job with the horse and these very talented very fast horse today. There's some speed hopefully entertained entertained similarly cross because we'll be well back making along that race track Kieran is different than a lot of surfaces. At least I've been told that Ah from your perspective is a guy who won more than fifteen hundred races in his career that that track at Tampa. Hi How would you describe it vary Sandy. Hi flays Nice job. Sometimes it can get a little bit speedy but today there's there's a lot of patient or raise so a horse going to get an uncontested lead is pretty fair track and the main thing is for us with his source. At this time it was either. Go Up for the withers servers. And you didn't want to go to Al Queda in on a deep hiring tracking them on eight. I start back this year. And and Holy Bull is Speed favoring short run into the stretch at Gulfstream so we didn't really want to that so so we we had to think about it but we side to go here to get started them. We'll we'll make plans after to go next but just this. Hopefully it works out for us. Yeah I was going to ask you. That question is is. You were mapping out his early season course here have you. Have you thought that far ahead is to if if things go well today. Do we stay there for the Tampa Bay. Derby do we go to New York if you really given it that much thought yet or you just get past today not too much but York we will well not do next one. Is the Gotham one mile so We could end up for the wooden Morio there but we have a lot of obsolete in Florida and Tampa so a lot of different options though this take it one day at a time so literally one one day at a time. We'll figure it out. How about the inside post position? Going a mile and a sixteenth at Tampa. Well it's okay It's fine because oncoming from off the pace yep in that one we'll say ground down inside and like I said there's a couple of really fast horses and we might find ourselves even last talks to last but Joel Ario the faster. They go further when I get back. But he's a great rider and times. He's moved well. This hopefully take time at a fast last talking trainer Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network. Karen how do you. How do you approach approach in view these early season prep races? Well like I said we're just happy to get back to the racist. Get Him in a starting gate. Agai- you get a race under his belt and then we take it from there and just see where to go next but you just want to get back to the races and have a good performance. We don't I'll have to win today to still feel like we have a derby horse or of course point that way. It's three zero Tom. Years Great to have a nice. Oh so he'll tell us Where we go and how it goes you know we won't force the Derby on but hopefully takes US A? It's a great eight point and you and I talk well. It seems like every year. Now you and I have a chance to catch up in the spring a couple of times making your way down the road to the Kentucky Derby and that's a great position for you to be in because it means that you're getting live three year olds that are making their way toward the first Saturday in May Have you. Have you changed your approach or tweaked anything over the years in terms of trying to get a horse to peak on the first Saturday in May when you get there. I know how much you want to win it not not really no we We try putting much do the same thing we try to get there. It's a lot about the horse and And you you just hope that you do get there with a nice sound hoarse. And even the best shot to to get their win but We've run fourth three. He Times second once. It's a tough race to win but the price there a quarter of these days also I tell everybody that just to get a horse in the starting gate in our sport is a major accomplishment. And then if you're lucky enough to win a race any race. That's a huge accomplishment to get to the Kentucky Derby current put that in perspective for me. Yes it's very hard to get their twenty horses there and The prep race. It now become come very important because of the money behind them. Two million dollar racing to buy one billion dollars craps everywhere. It seems like so they're important to for a horse down. Nice China when some of these races and the Kentucky Derby the Kentucky Derby everybody everybody dreams about time to win it and It's great to have a horse to that. We think has a chance to get so often when we watch golfers was on the PGA tour. They'll talk about not looking at the leaderboard throughout the round the Kentucky Derby earning spot in the starting gate is based on points as it has been the past ask several years. Do you even pay attention to the points. As you're going down the road or use figure okay. If I got a good enough horse the points will take care of themselves. Yeah that's that's the way you have to look at is. The last crap is so important. And you don't want to run if you're not running well by that but I you know in April roller to you. You made all the points of those races so If the horses takes us there the points of will be earned and you know. We won't not door obviously. We're talking about obsolete because he's in the spotlight this afternoon in the grade. Three Sam f Davis but are there any other cure McLaughlin. Three year olds olds. We should be keeping an eye on. Well we only nominate one other one in that SPA city and he actually runs today and I made some a at Gulfstream and he was second last time and still Green Bay Colt by street cents out of Sarah Louisa. He's that we think he has a chance to to get there. Get his maiden broke today. We could possibly have a horse for the Derby. But it's you know he has to break his bait and that's take us there or the preakness or something or the Belmont. So he's He's a talented code. The only other coat with how he is as good as it gets he is trainer. Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network here and always so generous with your time. I really appreciate it all the best with Odua this afternoon and go get it done. Thank you very much perhaps.

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Christian Siriano brings Margot Robbie character Harley Quinn, 'Birds of Prey' to NYFW

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:45 min | 6 months ago

Christian Siriano brings Margot Robbie character Harley Quinn, 'Birds of Prey' to NYFW

"Harley Quinn and friends are back on the big screen with birds of prey Margot Robbie's comic book villain from suicide squad teams up with a bunch of equally twisted women to wreak havoc on Gotham in the movie guy is on our come on his line because he is stuck flooded out so bring this is the first comic book film of the year what do you think I'll just cut to the chase actually a lot of fun with it this is a like I like great mentioned this is based on a Harley Quinn after the movie suicide squad a lot of people are hoping that this would be better than suicide squad and I would argue that if birds of prey it would you be watching the screen went blank at the two minute mark it would still be better than suicide squad that was one of one of the worst movies comic book movies I've ever seen although Margot Robbie was just stand out that film's I'm glad she got our own movie this is an ultra violent bubble gum girl band superhero flick but its fuel on tons of funk and jazz it's a mess guards to the story to the kind of hops all over the place is not super coherent but the explosive kind of kick **** sixties demented T. but do gooders pretty fun to watch it again Margot Robbie is to stand out in this one Baker plays the filling he's actually fantastic as well but Margot increases that anarchists Corey server character and we actually slows down it don't have to spend some time on the spirit of sisterhood and team work appointing dizziness superhero movie this actually directed by a female to cast is largely female and this weekend it's gonna make all the money is gone but sometimes dumping decline and this is one of those times I give birds of prey as solid be into that kind of stuff comic book clicks I highly

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"gotham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"gotham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Fought for better trade deals in Gotham arc all the XL pipeline keystone XL pipeline the Dakota pipeline and more is now open we're now energy independent you know every single the judges that he puts on the bench I don't think people like that I don't think they understand him because when he says he's going to do something here he fights hard to get it done why is that such a problem for so many that work with him well you know and I talk about in the book that he's a disruptor and for some people it's been a saving grace and appreciated and for others it makes them mad and you know what I believe is you know he is the right president at the right time he's made some very courageous news I mean getting out of the Iran deal when the rest of the world was trying to push him to stay in for the climate ranges and I think it was in our best interest for national security you know all of these differences that I saw on the foreign policy side were really the president saying we're going to take a stand and we're gonna take our voice back for America and you know we certainly did that at the United Nations pushing the policies that he thought were in the best interest and frankly I agree with him on everything we needed a disruptor to take over our foreign policy we needed our allies to know that look we're not going to carry the burden we need you to step up and we need to do this together we needed does that were saying death to America to understand that we're not gonna let them get away with that and the president was very strong on that and he was strong on a lot of other issues never seen you reading fare like the Paris climate agreement or trade deals and I think you know these this was a time for a disruptor in America and for those of us who wanted change I think we see it in a good way and for those that were establishment and does it didn't want to see change and wanted to be business as usual they thought that it was horrible you know it's interesting because I've used that very term quite often myself he's a disruptor that the country knew he was going to be a disruptor the I agree with you the country needs it it needs it more now than ever that's why I think he's hated so much even by members of his own party you describe a somewhat complicated relationship with them use right in the book that you and he understood each other arm at other times you've been critical of him let me play some of it and and explain the relationship after you listen all right I gotta ask you you're the daughter of two immigrants twenty make of Donald trump's rhetoric I understand his frustration and the frustration that he has about illegal immigration a lot of people have the difference is we need to be very conscious of our town we need to be very conscious of how we communicate during his times it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices we must resist that temptation but I just want to be clear here that when you were talking about those loudest voices those angry as voices in that context you were referring to Donald Trump correct he was one of them yes Donald Trump is everything we hear and teach our kids not to do in kindergarten and we have seen just behavior over and over again that's unacceptable I will not stop until we fight chooses to disavow the.

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"gotham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And a statement to Gotham est a spokesman for the MTA said the delays were caused by multiple factors during the morning, rush hour, he said, the broken toilet has been fixed. Seventy five degrees, cloudy skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon in the evening. Tonight, we'll have a low around fifty five degrees. Support for NPR comes from the group or family foundation, supporting NPR's efforts to promote deeper, thinking broader perspectives, and trusted fact based information, always with the goal of creating a more informed public. You are listening to all things considered on WNYC. This is the last day of our all the money in half the time spring pledge drive. Eight is your last chance to make your donation. This is listener supported radio. We need your participation right now to meet our goal, to keep bringing you the news and programs you rely on every day. Call eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or visit WNYC dot org right now. I'm Jamie Floyd. And with me this afternoon. Our program director, Jacqueline Cincotta, thank you so much, as you bear with us as we do this critically important work of raising the money that keeps WNYC on the air for you. It's our all the money in half the time fundraiser, we cut the drive in half. We're doing five days, we are ending it today as promised the risk that we took as we didn't know if we would be able to raise. All the money in half the time. In fact, this is the first time we've done such an effort in our spring fundraiser and to be very candid. We are behind goal. We are not tracking where we need to, to reach our goal. And so we're really asking you to take a moment right now. Take a few minutes of your time. And if you haven't.

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"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"She let the real red come out at. Well, did you notice her? I browse. Yeah. That's real color. So there you go through. Exactly. Lipa bottled red the red. She had the bible read. Now ABC is a natural read Ed, but that was I will read that wasn't. I think they just do that in. I was dating kringle fillings. I was like, oh, no. I just feeling very Batman sixty six. This is always been sort of the dark green version of that. And sixty six you know, I I mean, they gave her the red haired his cO, so Barbara Lee could have red hair. Yeah. Exactly. In the Gotham PD, leaving their paddy wagon unlocked. With another. It's a corrupt town, much, pale and cough. Not for nothing. This is your daughter's. Remember that Hollywood police officers really work in an honor system. You know, if you ever watch anything, the door's always open, you know. This had to get the so you can even reach over to the front. They're very trusting people Hollywood, please, you know, cops. Cops are like they're very, you know. They like now, you know, you're supposed to stay in the truck joker or or payment in midler, people were embezzling that GCP budget. They don't want budget for like locks. If actually just you're actually would cost more to put the door handle on the inside. That's the problem with the whole idea is just that, you know, you you would not build the thing that have a door handle on the inside. But we're going to take his town tomorrow. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. The way they played those two. I really it was a very big disappointment that they were being. As my opinion. They did get a shout out to the first episode when I well, they did still the show from from bit McKenzie's. So you. Tell about play. A little bitter on is. Well, took Jim Gordon to the doctor's like the reverse in the first episode. Yeah. Oh, that was also in the so we need those which I think that's that's the thing. Like you saying that they should have? I felt this was very rush. It's like they wanted to. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. They should have given it more time. It should have been longer than an hour. What will you think they should have made this the last one one episode? Yeah. Yeah. The last summer last week. Yeah. Back everything from last week could have been they could've did in half an hour. So this they could've given this when an hour and a half. I don't know. I guess I just feel like I just felt that this was I mean, I enjoyed it. Don't get me wrong. I really enjoyed it. I definitely enjoyed their joker at the end and family. It's not the first time that the joker has threatened, Barbara, Gordon. Shadow barbara. So that's there was a nice little jacomb aspect of that. But you know, aside from the hype in in the joy of it for being the last episode. This is the culmination. I felt it was rushed. That's what I'm saying that she'd giving him more time. Ice kinda feels like that. I mean, I just go back to the last time. I was really watching actively watching Gotha, and they brute blew up for NPR Gallivan with a bazooka like is. Well, I've got him for both the city and actual show. You. What do you want a glint of clue, you know, they've got little card decks than they choose. It's going to be the joker in the leg. Ray with outward. Yes. They use the south park family. Got nothing of creative up Assode with manatees in balls with with our topics on. You that or a really big roulette wheel? From body on fire with knives in between their loons. Oh, I did. Like, I did like them. I I liked I like ping Wyn's fake. I. That was neat and honesty that was kind of such a cool conceit. I wonder if they're gonna give penguin count puts a fake guy. Now, it's the twist on the monocle I yeah. Totally dug it. Yeah. You know? It's like infringes distracts. I it was a neat trick was idea..

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"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"The lead the lead line. Layton water in Gotham as has everyone. So it's fine. Scarecrow fear gas. You know, it's fine. It's what we, but I have a penguin penguin towels. Eddie saved them the night the bridges blue. He took him to Hugo strange. I kind of just wanted to shit up in kiss like just building to the musical Saudi. Now, just in your fans. Tell them in the bath. Over. Their love love language. It's fine. We aren't getting towards tons. About your bloody heart murders. I don't know. News gonna come back. He's named her dog after me. Take. Dog. I loved that dog. So cute. But they in source was like, you might as well just have a boyfriend or husband. About. Scratching my? But what he? AM outnumbered in my household. So. Oh. Most of the time. I live in the fear of like falling down in the southern. Now wherever is. Why you buy these losing? I will was away toward the. I just want. We got all asking. That's why I'm wondering if the whole thing. Because we have hardware. I was like Harper no way wrong. Harper row. Reviling? I'm all kids used with Gotham. I don't know. Don't require watch. It. Without a nice glass of wine or six I don't. A little bit more the writers, write those what you want you want to call them like more Nell just like giant class like that big. It's. One. Grow episodes tripping. Anyway. Gonna go looking for the scarecrow sphere gas too late. They kinda hinted added the part of the venom or something or thirty. He's gonna use that because he was even asking Jimmy's like what about this crane or scarecrow? Uh-huh. Rivers. I feel like the scarecrow tossing is like university. We saw kind of on aero in the console in overs crossover. It did something that it wasn't supposed to do. Red. But yeah, but yeah, scarecrows always like such plot devices. I mean used written. Well, he's like, you know, like a chill frightening villain. But like every other story like he's like, you know, the legion dunes. We'd dealer almost. Speedway. This. Again. But yeah, I. I'm joined the last with Appalachia. 'cause I know this last night really believed. The writers are going full till all the crazy things. We wanna do. Yeah. Since they only have like a half a season. Really? I think I think it's enforce them to pick up the pace. I feel like shows like this are always better. I think why light British TV sports angels because they're not beholden to that. Twenty two twenty four twenty six episodes of season. So they can make it..

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"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Sniper. I was I was I'm here. But it sounds like that's one of the things I called I called it. I said I'm like why? That's what happened. We're going to get. We're gonna get one night, and we're gonna maybe we'll get twins. Not what we get Barbara guest. We're getting we're getting. I told you near soon as it happened to one yet on blading. I mean. Look at it. Look at Har downing. Okay. So here's the question. I have is he gonna know she's pregnant by the end of the season or she can pull tall, and he's not gonna meet those kids until their order gonna pull it. Yeah. There's your twins. Charlie's. She might be Dame in. She actually is tell you. That's that's the wrench was Jim dumps the next day. Charlie. Oh my God. You're dead. Yeah. Jerry, you're the third brother shows up. So let claim the body next week. Sure. I've been screaming since he since they showed up his thorough jokers may the road joker will show up. Or is it going to be like that the Batman who laughs is like his dead body intellect spew out joker venom in like infect somebody else will fill. I do have to say this. We did see previews and footage of the joker Esa character with Bruce on the catwalk over the acid, so. That was Jack Nicholson. Either. You know, we're going to get because I did they say about he's gonna play third character. That actor. Yeah. Cameron like something idol. No. But I didn't read enough. Does it? We we have to be actor welfare on Gotham. Dammit. How much John pay them? So what we're getting three jokers. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You like any? I mean each one they heard try trying to pull it different air joker. So I mean, if they just point with Gotham, it's like arrow at all, right? You just you just your life. We run out of seeing. For this matter commentary. Boy, I can't see I can't see why these has the restructure takeout Cape lunatics. I'm still waiting on a third someone to be ousted added. Like, I'm literally still in shock. I can. If you listen to every episode of lunatics you-know-who loaf is. He's like the bane in my side. But he's like alum more like my alum more for Charlie. I won't mention the gentleman's name. But what did he do? Not the other people that happen to know. Yeah. Yeah. I think is gonna go down syllabi the new ad once battening appreciated for another thirty years. Elfriede series starts. You know, what I'm seeing really kinda here for? I just wish like ours was such an angle..

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"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"But it costs money to run the light in the darkness, and they don't have resources how the resource don't like. I could paint a bath on that. But I love the fight with the night vision goggles until they turn the lights on and everything. I was I was just waiting for him to drop from the ceiling. One of the guys waiting for that, you know, every movie who are you? I. On that. Of their own. We need a Matt. Yeah. We need matches that season hang half. Okay. So. I missed something Phil. But who was the girl? The white mask is that's supposed to be Harley. Aren't they bringing in hardly a really horrible trashy? Not barbara. She's harley. That he holidays. To be horribly. Warriors. That's right. That's right. Tyler lights are now like. Like women. Have you? Okay sticker. This whole episode. Atman pissed me off kill Tabitha, which I'm glad is. Because somebody's dying stated on the show. Okay, here pints and was wearing. Ooh. Ooh. Yeah, percents you once she's evil. She's wearing pants. No. Women paints able will hellfire. Skirt. But. To work. They were so didn't wear pants, but. What that? The. After the over. She decided where pains, yes. But what you don't wanna go blood or you're seeing? Yeah. Started to cover about your that yet. But light Barbara are like crazy barber. She's awesome. Wouldn't Lee have to become Harley? They'll because she's therapists or. It's somebody's assisting his shoulder on the. Yeah, I'm trying to remember that. I think that blonde wasn't last season. When the I think they're trying to paint her as like Harley Hezekiah watch the promo for the season. Here's gain through it yet. She used to working for Jerome so. Yeah, I think they're paying hurt. Jerome's this the Gotham version jerem members like. Got them as more out there than lights the smallville found. Yeah. Waiting like five vases. You know, I just really love that Gotham puts AM in Gotham. All..

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"gotham" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Well, look, I certainly don't want to you know, speak for him. But I think you know, if you look he's been you know, he's publicly supported him. I think there is a relationship there as well. It's complicated. Because you know, the dynamics of the league are very different. But I think, you know, in general like if you look at athletes as activists, and you know, you look at what the you know, LeBron doing this series. Lebron some of the other stuff he's done. I think that's proof that you know, he's on the side of those guys who are using their platform to to try to speak for something. We're speaking with Gotham Chopra about his documentary series shut up and dribble about athlete activism. And I wonder how much thought the guys you've talked to have given to the notion that sometimes as we've seen you could argue in the most recent midterm elections would Hollywood celebrities get involved sometime. James? There's a backlash sometimes people say people who go to the poll say, I don't I don't want somebody who doesn't live here. Telling me how to vote or how to think is there any history concern about about that affect possibly. I there probably is. And I don't know there probably should be. But look, I think, you know, if you look at the history of social movements, and, you know, the people who are at the forefront of them, you know, they're not popular often in their time. I mean, Martin Luther King, you know, we look back at him as one of the, you know, the greatest sort of progressive and still rights activists in the history of this country. But during his time there was considerable backlash, and I'm not, you know, putting LeBron James or any of those people in the same level, but of of Martin Luther King, but what I'm saying like movements themselves, you know, that for social evolution through history. Don't always on always well received during their time and. So look, I think progress is is sometimes messy, and I think we live in a time and that requires people to be engaged civically. And and I think it's great that a lot of athletes are pushing that agenda not just because of what they're saying. But because they encourage others to and and I think that's one of the cool things about this. Here's hopefully, look we we did we launched during the midterms. We we wanted people to be paying attention, and and sort of understanding like the only way things change is. If you get engaged speaking with Gotham children before we let you go Gotham interesting conversation, you know, and somebody's covered sports long time and social Justice issues in sports in issues, tangential, the sports and that's year. I sometimes wrestle with the question, though, as you said, you know, if it's if there's almost requirement to be engaged in a divisive time is it fair if we're going to laud. Athletes for being gauged it fair then to criticize them, and I'm not sure what the answer is. If they choose not to be. No, I mean, I I don't think so necessarily look everybody, you know, the, the dynamics and when you look at like the sort of backstory behind some of the athletes that are engaged, and then again, others that aren't and sort of understand this sort of layered complexities there. I I don't know that it's fair to ever, you know, sort of cast like just a general view like that, you know, and one of their certain cases in the history of the NBA particular, Michael Jordan is probably the most notable. And I think you know, he got criticized a lot for not being, you know, engaged necessarily. But when you look at, you know, his backstory, and sort of the risk that e based in his time, you know, you have empathy, and I turn they can sort of sympathize with what he went through. And then you look at look some of the more subtle ways in which a lot of these athletes, you know, and. And public people do live it, you know, live sort of a progressive lifestyle versus necessarily the, you know, the most outspoken, so I'm not want to necessarily be critical. But you know, just sort of the ones that do got some troopers the director of the new documentary series for Showtime shut up in dribble Goth. It's really been a pleasure having you here on the sporting life..

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"gotham" Discussed on TV Rewind Podcast

TV Rewind Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"gotham" Discussed on TV Rewind Podcast

"Up its run lastly the season three of cosmos will premiere on Sunday, March third at nine pm. The meanwhile on speaking of Gotham, again, Jamie Murray, who I would benefactor of ever since she played, stay Muhtar on defiance. She's a fantastic actress. She's going to be on route to Gotham city doing what she does best or up trouble. She did so well, in defiance, the actress lasting romancing, one of the CW originals as landed a crucial role in the final season of FOX's Gotham Murray, who small-time credits include roles on once upon a time, defiance. Of course in warehouse thirteen will play Theresa Walker. A mysterious woman who turns out to be Jim Gordon's primary foe in season five, which, again, premiers Thursday, January third, at a PM eastern standard time, nine or seven pm. Sometime. Definitely looking forward to that. Although this, this is a character that is not from the comic books for anybody wondering. It's only twelve episodes left. They can do whatever they want exactly. Hopefully they do. It's not like that. Stop Gotham before it's been insane show. Yes. Here's some happy news for me fuller house, coming back on December fourteenth, so holiday vacation plans made check it off the list, what you'll be doing right in between Christmas movies binging, fuller, I because I love it so.

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"gotham" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Bruce Wayne's, yeah, but we lead as a we, but now he's growing bigger. How big is he? He's like a late team by now. I saw I had. I heard a rumor that heathen become Pam until he was thirty. It depends on the bat story. You're reading. I told you in private and confidences a spoiler for anybody watching Gotham guess what Gotha was unfolding right in front of my eyes. The other day in the actual Gotham in the actual Gotham New York City York City. Unfortunately, my salsa is made as well New York City long to get the rope need, say that they were filming Gotham in my neighborhood and Bruce Wayne baby. Bruce Wayne was running around in a bike out a leather Gibson. Not a game suit. Cat woman suit KYW. He's run around with cat woman what? Yeah. Domus. Oh. The first name, right? Yeah, there they're running around and they both had leather suits on his hot shit yet. Sounds like leather, very hot that day. You were Or like. like head for them. These SEM teens are really the only time in my life. I've ever respected a film PA when there were like new, wait here for a second. It's like, you know what? Bruce Wayne's very powerful man. I, I will wait here because I'm afraid of what he'll he'll buy out even work for a company, but he'll buy my company just the fire me. What do you think about this time? Hasn't Tom Cruise, been Batman? I don't know why as that man, he'd be better than Ben Affleck who is barely even Batman for the record. Yeah, show. Ben Affleck will not becoming back. I actually read like a pretty depressing like definitive thing about that because he's been cares. No depressing. Like he went back into rehab like nobody will insure him now. So there's no way that he'll be back in Batman. Punch you movies. Nobody likes. Hope you're happy now. I'm happy. Yeah. I mean. Agnostic. I don't really have a worse. Yeah. Yeah, there were three movies that he was bam in. Yes, because he was in a little bit suicide swat. Yeah. And you didn't like any of them? No. On c. while you're while you're crying. 'cause I like Ben Affleck seems like. Two. Yeah. Best for him. You've heard about them on the Bill Simmons podcast. And now you're hearing about mon- our podcast. That's right. It's my bookie, you win and they pay. They have engaged live betting the most rewarding player perks into business. And for you fantasy players out there, you can even bet the over under on how fantasy points, how many fancy points a player will score each game. Anything. No idea about that. But I'm excited to. All about money down on it. Yeah, you can do that with my bookie. Also, if you're like Tim and you're afraid of going to the horse tracks is a great way to bet on horses without the risk of ring into a horse. Yeah. No, I'm afraid of horses. What if they get loose? But if you're if you're just going to go to a website about them, they're not going to get out of the website. No, they can't that website secure join..

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"gotham" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"But yeah i mean it kind kinda ended up having legs it really got gotham awards and independent spirit awards and you know although we had this really there was a miscommunication misread email or something where we thought oscilloscope films had passed on big fan so we went so we panicked unless we they panic and went with this other distributor who was so comically horrible putting the film out where we started getting these nominations he got he got upset because we're like hey we got like five gotham award nominations and he was like this he's kind of just this clad just beaten down guys with these awards his ain't got to buy a ticket you gotta pay for cable we'll pay for the table what are you talking to listen you buy a movie he put it in theaters you put out the dvd you're done that's it like he was upset that the movie was getting legs because i don't think that movie that had legs and then we got the independence period where things like oh gee now we gotta get another table wailed by the tape by god like he which is so i don't want every everywhere we got like like we when you put the dvd out you can put like your independence none of that matters you just put up you buy a movie you put it in theaters put out the dvd and you're done you move on like he was like do you hate being in the film business.

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"gotham" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Well i'm i'm really grateful like i said i've been a add meyer of yours for a really long time and yeah it was an honor i mean i like i said i grew up in in boston and i remember the days of tony in seve grogan and humiliation and scott zolak and all of those days so this was a dream come true for me and an honor to really work with tom and and be able to share the so i'm and i'm just thrilled with all the response i hear from people every day so it's cool to have that sort of engagement a all the best gotham and and look forward to speaking down the road thanks so much this is the qb podcast we all know the value of a good night's sleep i'm out on the road all the time so believe me nothing makes me happier than being back home for a good night's sleep thanks to mattress firm they're gonna make your wallet happy to the basis for my argument is simple your bed budget can go further when you're shopping at america's neighborhood mattress store it's like having a touchdown and getting the game ball so mattress firm they're like the head coaches when it comes to mattress expertise but no this they're more than just mattress experts they have a game plan that helps you transform your mattress into a bed from justifiable basis and cheats to head boards and bedroom decor they've got you figuratively and literally covered up just like your favorite cornerback go to mattress firm dot com slash podcast to see what deals are happening soon and is sue.

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"gotham" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"gotham" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Yeah speaking with gotham chopra who's documentary tom versus time just had it sixth episode drop this week on facebook watch and you know look gotham i'm sixty years old i have no clue what facebook watches but i would assume facebook watch must be pretty happy with the number save gotten with this thing because it is so vivid so cool the the other thing i'm going to ask you is about this last episode because i think it is left a lot of questions in the eyes and in the mind rather of patriots fans and just football watchers like me you know there was a lot of a lot of speculation during the year that bella chicken brady bella chicken craft with the patriots basically were reaching an end point and so there's an espn story by seth wicker sham late in the season in which he talked about that at great length so i guess i would i would ask you as somebody who obviously was closer to tom and and there was some hints at this that he really wasn't very happy the last year or so especially with what giselle said in her last interview with you and i wondered what impression did do you take away from that on tom brady's future there yeah it's a good question and it's a tough one to answer because first of all in fairness you know i spent a lot of time with tom obviously but we were very particular and and careful frankly about the patriot way you know and i i'm a patriots fan i know i know what the patriot i've been a fan for a long time and admire of the organization of the coach and and part of that is not getting in the way not being a distraction being a distraction for tom certainly not like filming in and around the stadium so my exposure with all tom in his car and his house and you know with his family and that sort of stuff and yeah i think the last two seasons and that is kind of which says in that last interview have been very challenging for him both because of stuff off the field you know going back to the suspension his parents his mom getting unwell etcetera but yeah also i think you know they're look it's an eighteen year marriage and it's been incredibly successful.

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