11 Burst results for "Hayden Schlossberg"
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"So how often were you asked to try and revisit karate. Decent amount of times over the past thirty years You know it never. I very protective always of that character. And the franchise. And i just did. It was always felt smarter to to not try to go back to the well and come up empty then then taint the legacy of what has become a piece of pop culture. What has become a piece of our childhoods. You know these jon. Hurwitz hayden schlossberg and josh heald. Three creators of cobra kai had such a clear vision of coming into the johnny lawrence of johnny lawrence. And whatever happened to this bully and dealing with that and we're russo would be at this time and they had written Hot tub time machine and And the harold and kumar franchise. So i felt that they really had a handle on writing for a younger audience and creating a fresh world and yet still pay them is to the nostalgia. It was just the right time. And then you have these these services like a youtube premium where you could essentially make a five hour movie and cut it up into ten half hour parks and and again The pilot the first episode where. You're thirty four years later. Running a car dealer the russo auto body right and and billy zappa. Right is showing up kind of down on his luck. Right in a way has been seen almost forty million times. Yeah it's an absurd number. It's insane it's wonderful. It's it's we always felt that this the these carriages and his franchise had that sort of the ability for that kind of embrace but to see everyone tell their friends. You have to see this. You have see this. And and they the critics as well. It's really doesn't happen very often and it. It really tastes sweeter older. You get when you see something like this happen awesome. We add elizabeth shue on the show a few months ago and she just remembered being there and just how you are just young kids on a movie right hind of not knowing what you were you had just having like a great time while doing it. No idea at the did this. I did feel that my there is such an ease with working with pat morita. That i did feel when i was making the film that we had something special. Something unique there was you know it just felt like the two right guys in those roles and it was just. I guess it was because it felt easy to do. I assumed it was coming off. Well as far as whether.
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Somebody asked me about that recently. Like would you go work for for biden and harris. And what did. I say. I said something like. Look man i. I had the privilege of playing stone or three times and working at the white house twice. Like that's a america has been kind. That's an all in america story. What my parents moved america. I don't think they had either of those things. I i love the working on claris right now. I have a few few acting writing projects. But i you know. I love staying involved in public service. So who knows what's to come down light. Never say never like it. I like it. Well before i let you go but i'm gonna put you on the spot questions. Quick answers what screaming show. Do you recommend other than your own to watch. Six educational techs education. Okay i remember taking gillian anderson right. Yes i saw the preview of that on that. Okay good. i wanted to check that out song. You know. all the words to oh man Let her cry. But houdini blowfish. Great song kid okay. That's a great song. Karaoke jan. two that is. That's a karaoke jam. Sitcom from the past. You wish you could have appeared on. Oh man growing pains. I'll go growing phase. Wow i wouldn't even further. I was thinking to myself that question in my head now. I'm thinking i would have gone. Three's company and i would have been at the regal. The beagle with jack larry joh- would you have lived in the building. I want to be the big like a neighbor. What's your go to cocktail a vodka. Martini k. And what show should get considered for a reboot next man. That's all right. I gotta i gotta answer that just Very quickly so i would say They really did it. I was gonna say full house. They did fuller. they already did it. That's such a good question. I'm trying to think of like stuff fresh prince but they did that too. Well they only do. The reunion of union removed it. I would go with fresh prince. But the reason i hesitated was. It's such a crazy question. Like s somebody. Who's on a reboot. Show or a reboot of a movie. I guess it's like there's the part of you. That's an actor and a writer that's like no man. Why don't they just make original ideas. Nobody makes original idea of us who are not actors or saying that to you but then you think about it it's like well the streaming platforms are doing a lot of original ideas of i think the networks that own a lot of the libraries of rights things are trying to do the reboot so it makes sense. They don't all work but some of them do like the full house. Repoed that moved over. Netflix's by is excellent one of my favorite shows and they did a similar to silence of the lambs about a movie and took the characters in into a series in what they're doing the silence and they could do the same. That's a great blueprint for anyone that wants to do a and huge shutout to john robertson. Hayden schlossberg guys who created that because they are also the herald more creator. That's right that's right about that while those guys are awesome. They're very diverse. That's you know those guys well cool. Oh that's funny man when this cat catching up with you their account talking to you. Congratulations on the show. Watch clarisse thursdays on cbs cal. Thanks for checking. In with mario lopez..
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on Sway
"Had no idea how to even get it in right and the audience the target audience might not yes and that was the pro. That was so the concept was well. Can you imagine if this was on a platform that was easier to reach for the right demographic and and then when we got this season we finished shooting season. Three which you saw youtube for you to. Oh yes and. I was feeling this writing on the wall shooting season three. It just got very quiet from youtube. it just was. There was a disconnect. It felt like there was something going on. So when i got the call a couple of weeks after. I got back from okinawa because we got to shoot a few scenes there. I was really proud of that. Suzanne called basically as close to as an executive can be in tears. Saying i'm paraphrasing. Because i was not on the call but it's almost that embarrassing call of saying any other place this would be picked up but we're not going to continue with the show. The one of the issues is google itself was not committed. No not at all. We felt that from day. One and i have nothing but great things to say about suzanne and certainly and google youtube for saying go make it and they can make a lot more watching. Will smith jump out of a helicopter on his fiftieth birthday. Then they can't make sense out of that. It seems so then it was like we were homeless but what we all did as we said the same thing at the same time the creators and certainly billion. I felt the same way. Please don't put season three out. Let us have the lettuce figure out a way and then still a now and then a pandemic drops. The good news is we had ten episodes of content anticipated. Maybe even highly anticipated content. And you could argue in our back pocket and we did plenty of zoom pulse and we spoke of the karate kid universe. Not just cobra kai alone. My part of it was saying okay. I've walked in the shoes in every corner of the world and in every language. And it's that and everybody knows it. Then they know it. Yeah 'cause net. Flicks is a global company in a way other streaming services are not big time. That's a lot of what they wanted to talk about right. Were you surprised how popular quickly because it suddenly came to my attention to a lot of people's attention once it was on netflix. It made a big difference. Yes it's unbelievable. It was just insane. It just blew up instantly. It was end of august because of the pandemic people have time to watch. Yes that's certainly I think maybe in this time in the world a big fat nostalgic embrace that is kind of a comfort. Food like the best cheese burger. You had at twelve years old that you they no longer make but somehow you get the it again. People are looking for warm and fuzzy. When we're not dealing with warm and fuzzy when we step out of the house let me let me ask you. I'm going to push would limit on the on the comfort food. I think it's very dark. Show an interesting and complex much more so than super cheesy could easily slid by on the eighties elements of cobra kai like oh look at the close. And then what you do in the show which for those who haven't watched the chronic. There's so many references that you just slip off quickly. You don't even take a minute like you do them and you do them over and over again which is even funnier. You know what i mean. Like their wax on wax off for the one with the spaghetti in the what do you call it so much attention to it. You can't miss it even some of your sat circuited cheesy a little bit like it's nothing has like it. It works flake cereal versus but it works. It works for some reason. So there's a lot of cheesy modes make fun of the original movie in the tropes of that era and things like that but it actually isn't a spoof and that's where i think a lot of these eighties things go wrong is that it makes fun of what people loved in the first place. That's one and the second one is that it's about bullying and we're in a bullying era. You know what i mean. And i know it sounds crazy to make the link between that and what happened the capital but those people are running mad at the capitol reminds you of the cobra kai internet really interesting and it definitely goes into darker places in that you. Who's supposed to be the good guy. And billy bad guy it's complex. You're not so good and look wonderful by the way is so i listen. If he doesn't deliver that performance they could write it as brilliantly as you want. This show does not continue and it's the most collaborative art form in the world. But billy's work is so wonderful and complex and nuanced that kid clearly a black and white. Yes story telling me good over evil all that stuff i mean and miozzi good crease bad koci dives into those gray areas where your allegiance episode to episode can change and now at this point of season three we now both recognize the good and bad in both. These guys are rooting for both with their two separate types of shortcomings and problems in demons. And that's a big credit or writers and creators and seeing the show and bullying was the first word out of hayden schlossberg mouth and he said this team is going to resonate throughout this concept just like it resonated throughout the concept of the karate kid although it will be different and how it's changed over time it's not steno. Gimme your lunch money stuff. Yuna locker technology is changing the game entirely and bullying being able to rally the troops that you mentioned the situation and in washington on how the internet you know can reach the world in a nanosecond and with whatever messaging you choose to put out there. If someone's listening you could stir up a case and the also what you're talking about is johnny character is bullied. You start to see the stories. That is a little more complex of each including your character. Who is bullying part of it. You make some very questionable choices. And there's a lot of grey areas in your character. For example i think for larusso you know he was always and this was a give and take a little bit of a struggle early on with the writers on trying to find okay. How do we believe only make him an antagonistic times with good intentions right. Well you still living in your victory adult. Yeah not pathetic but like somebody who had one great moment and right exactly. He kicked field goal. That one the texas high school thing and he's a celebrity every time he goes to dallas or austin but.
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"We'll be watching number three up third. We've talked about this in the last two segments but it's hard to preview the year head without talking more about the pandemic so we've said how much things could change if production is interrupted and la has now become the epicenter of the pandemic. Stay at home. Orders have been extended into the new year. The la county department of public health has urged the film and tv industry to consider pausing productions for few weeks during the ongoing surge in coronavirus cases throughout the county. And now we're starting to see that. Cbs studios which produces shows like ncis. Scores of others has extended its holiday. Hiatus from january fourth to january eleventh sag after the gill that represents actors told members this week that most entertainment productions will remain on hiatus until the second or third week of january. If not later dan. i don't know about you but this is starting to feel a whole lot. Like march when production shutdown started to rolling and already even the productions that we had and that brought shows back in the fall did so in ways that were strange and not ideal. You know there was a lot of attempting to simulate businesses usual in the fall. That wasn't really as usual. So we had dan fogelman on the podcast talking about. This is us coming back. And all of the efforts they were taking and how relatively smooth. It sounded like their return was but this is returned with four episodes basically with three weeks of television and then vanished for two months and that was sort of how they did. Their fall was here. It's three nights of tv. And i think there's going to be a lot of that. I think that there are going to be a lot of bursts of new programming when people are able to do things followed by long delays. When they can't and if you happen to be in los angeles right now you know why it would be. The production in los angeles would be very difficult. It's not great here right now. People are seeing. There are no hospital beds and that is not good and it's not good that there were still having these fights about who and what is essential and why certain things that don't seem like they're essential are essential and so is the entertainment industry essential. Well it's a essential to the thousands of people who who require it to work and to feed their families and to live in california economy and to enter the southern california economy and so good god on that level of courses essential but you and our colleagues at t h are have been reporting steadily on these shows have had basically in show outbreaks despite the amount of effort that they've been taking to to keep things clean so some shows have been amazingly efficient and have had no cases and god bless them. Mike flanagan Who did the haunting of hill house and haunting blind manner. He posted on twitter last week or two weeks ago. Basically that he filmed a limited series that he directed every episode of that he describes as the biggest thing he's ever done and he wanted to emphasize that they had no cases of covid in the entire production of the show will awesome. God bless but plenty of shows have had five cases ten cases fifteen cases twenty cases multiple shutdown. I mean shameless was shut down for a few days before the holidays because they had what i was told it was like twenty or more people test positive and they wound up getting retested because they were all in the same zone and it wasn't an outbreak. It was all false positive but they still lost. I think it was like three three. Maybe four days of production which yes fine. Shut it all down when you've got that many positives even if they're not even if nobody thinks that they're right but this is an interruption and you know one of the most illuminating interviews that we did last year. Dan was from episode. Ninety in october with alex kertzman about the star trek franchise where he detailed. Just how much longer it takes to film a show safely in this era. How and how much more money. It costs every episode to do so. So that's also look we. We've talked all about the unrolls and all that stuff but look. This is if any thinking get produced this year. You know yes. Great enjoy have fi. Find your solace in this programming or see yourself on tv or is so important and so valuable now more than ever but so is doing it safely and protecting those who are making it. It obviously goes both ways. We we want the industry to still be there when this is all over and we want the people who work in it to still be there and obviously so many of these things that are crucial to keeping people eating. You know key to keeping the heat on not so much a problem in los angeles but elsewhere. I mean it's cold. It's got hail it's it's not. That's not that cold but yes but all of the things that people need to live if the government had done different things this entire time to help people without work this obviously would not be as much of a terrifying situation as it is and and that's the that's the side effect that people don't get to the. Oh can we afford to give everyone two thousand dollars per month or whatever you wanna say you know. Oh what happens if we keep giving people free money will. The answer is if we don't keep giving people money people have to go back to work because they have to live and that means that they're making these allowances where oh twenty twenty outbreak. Whatever twenty cases twenty positives. They were false positive. So let's keep going. But what about the shows that had five positives that worked false positives. I what is the line at which were shutting things down. Yeah i mean shimmer more who who stars on. Cbs show just posted. I think it was on christmas eve or the day before that he tested positive for covid. You know like this is the lead actor of your show who is supposed to be the most key with cast member supposed to be the most protected people onset and also the most vulnerable. Because they're the ones that have to take their masks off unless you're really on grey's anatomy but were there filming with masks because it is number one on the call sheet but like you know it's i i just my heart goes out because he should feel safe going to work anyway. Guess what we're gonna be talking about this more in the weeks to come so so. Let's let's keep this short because it'll be a long story stretched for costs the entire year number. Four up next is our showrunner spotlight segments our guest this week and this is the first time we've had three guests at once took a beloved movie from the nineteen eighties and gave it a polish for the streaming age. I on youtube and now on netflix. With the third season of cobra kai launching on january first before working together on the karate. kid spin. Off john horowitz. And hayden schlossberg work together on the harold and kumar films and un-american reunion while my former college classmate josh heald wrote hot tub time machine and its sequel. Welcome to the podcast josh. John and hayden happy to be here fabulous first off. can you. Maybe just introduce yourself since there are three of you and it's make hopefully a little bit easier for our listeners to be able to identify you individually. My name is jon hurwitz. One of the creators of i sound exactly like this. And josh healed and i'm talking over hayden schlossberg and i'm hayden schlossberg and this is what i sound like so now you know a a wildly diverse assortment of voices we are we doing it right so just getting started and because there are three of you very i think this is the first group of show runners. Words trio talk a little bit about how that works. You know when you work on this show. How does it all like. How do you juggle. Who does what do you are you all part of the writing staff. You do different things like how does that work. You know it's funny. Our collaboration probably started roughing twenty five years ago. In general the three of us have been friends since we were teenagers. I hate that. I met in high school Josh freshman year in college and then a few months later met hayden..
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"My million dollar parlay all right. We're gonna take a break and get to bill zappa. All right. i am joined by the ageless. billy's abkah. I don't know what your exact age is at this point. Look almost exactly the same. I don't know how he pulled it off You are one of the stars of a show. That has become my son's favorite show of all time. I was really nervous when it came out That they were rebuilding it that they would screw it up that this would be bad because i love the karate kid i loved the franchise and yet the show is a phenomenon when it went to net flix. This show went to another level. I felt like it was beloved but but just explain what. It was like the shift being on the netflix page. And all the people that streamed into it. Yeah it was. It's still happening. It was like you know surfing a wave and all of a sudden behind. It came this you know monsters nami rave and all the sudden it's just been You really couldn't see happening. It was kind of almost like a centimeter away. Kind of sucked out. There was kind of funny analogy but it was like you know after after we had a break from youtube when we're shopping around to find a new home there. Was this kind of downtime. When it felt like maybe it's you know is going to land somewhere else and then netflix grabbed. That which is where we always wanted it to be from the beginning We were so thrilled just like that. I was happy to see if it would show up in the family or the comedy. Category of the action category. Like i was just excited. A scroll through netflix's and find it somewhere right and It came out and it was you know and there was season one in two which already dow for awhile so you know but they knew what they were doing on that and they grabbed the world men and all the sudden it was. It was overwhelming. Still is i mean i'm still seeing how the echoes of this show are reaching all corners of the earth and It's it's a new stage for sure. Yeah then you had right after it got or maybe right before. It got released somewhere on the same time. They had changed the main page to have the trending thing. Yeah and cobra kai was trending for just weeks and I think my son's washed it five times from start to finish. She just loves it. And it's it's a super binge show. But i think the the part that amazed me in and i really feel like. There's a blueprint for how to reboot franchises. Now where normally like you like a good example is the bad news bears movie and they just make it again thirty years later. Billy bob thornton. It's basically the same movie and it's like why they do that. Bad news. bears is still good movie. So in the reboot and karate kid which they did with will smith son. You know change it. They put it in a foreign country. But it's basically the same premise. Rebooting it this way. But i'm catching up with these characters. That i like thirty five years ago. It was kinda genius to do a pitch this to you. What was your reaction i was. They hit me like like a three headed dragon. Man they took me to a mexican restaurant where they had a pitch for a new show. They wanna meet we with me on Josh shield. I worked with hot tub time machine. I knew john whitson hayden schlossberg from hilton kumar's so i knew they were comedy writers. I knew their styles when they pitched me an idea. Like we want to talk about a show. I was ready for harold. And kumar six or something like that and then we sat down and they just spit fired. Cobra kai and My jaw was on the table. I said this is fantastic. Just the idea of is but you know for this to happen. You have to get a lot of people. The sign off you. Just can't imagine booting rebooting a franchise like this and they said we have everybody sony's on overbooks on everybody signed off and then it became starting to dawn while this could be real yeah And then i that. I wanted to know like wait then. I pitched was exactly season. One imagine season wanted five minutes. Okay and you haven't heard anything about johnny lawrence or daniel for all this time so i'm grabbing onto everything. I could with what it was familiar to me. Which was johnny and daniel in that story. But then these guys had miguel robbie and sam this whole other world. That was completely foreign to me and i couldn't grasp all that my main thing was what's wait. What's the tone you know karate kid family movie. It's a beloved family movie you know. How far is this. Go off you know and So but by the end of it. I said you know as long as you don't what i don't want to do is i. Don't want to double down on my dick like i don't want to end up being the worst bad guy of all time and take a proverbial crank kick to the face at the end of this thing you know so everybody hates me for all time though. You're going to be more of an anti hero. And then what they said which really helped me understand the tone. They said if there was no karate kid we could call this bad sense. Say in the same way. That dad santa and then it clicked in and i kinda got it so i away feeling stirred hopeful and reluctant a little bit. I think like you know all the fans when they first saw this. It was a little bit. Like don't mess with that. And i had that check in my spirit. I know ralph did as well But there was it was the guys are loved the guys their pitch with so solid. They really were so passionate about crazy. Kids so passionate about these characters pash about me as a bad guy. They follow me. No the just one of the guys in the back to school and In on that they wanted to give me a chance to have a little redemption in all that was super exciting whether it was you know karate kid related or not and so i said so they said before the half hour was up there like you winner out and i said well i'm in what's next and they say we gotta get ralph macho you know. Yeah so that's it will. They did a nice job sketching out the kids. 'cause obviously my son's thirteen so he's going to gravitate to the kids characters. They're near his age. All of those are really well dry. But i don't know if you remember this. But i was on corolla show iran mid-2000s. Yeah and you came on and we did a whole thing about karate. Kid in as one of my favorite movies when when When i was certainly in high school. And i just feel like it's exceptionally Watchable swe a lot of questions. I think one of the things we talked about was the johnny lawrence get a bad rap in that movie like daniel son was kind of an asshole like it shifted it kind of became a thing on the internet. I think over the last fifteen years in the show really tapped into that where it's like. Yeah research at lawrence. Was that much of a villain You must have loved that part though. I did man and listen i. I'm in a fan of yours for years and you kept this like when you came out. I don't know what year was a two thousand five with the best sports movies or something like you know you had this platform and in You know was in my. It was in my peripheral karate kid and all that stuff but that guys like you and corolla and all these hatton oswald you know who just kept johnny lawrence in the credit card like just kept kind of like tipping the rock up a little bit. Yeah man it means so much like when they said you want it you know. Would you wanna do. Bill said a hundred percent. Because that's i..
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Look look the Jerry O'CONNELL and stand by me. I seem look and our problem. I look into avenues and as a couple years ago. Three months ago four months ago my parents played a perfectly my mom's an actual timed it and they were like what are you talking about and I was getting so frustrated. He's right there so I love. I was like in sixth grade and I still sweet. Yeah Oh I love yeah. I had that moment with wrestling. My brother my brother in highschool kind of stopped watching. Wcw WWF and it broke my heart. Because I was still obsessed in. How are you wanted to Powell to watch That's funny you. Have you have one brother an older brother? Matthew older sister Julia younger sister. Lisa while coolest ship and they're so cool there so funny and fun to hang out with their ms or are they still. There in Michigan grew up in Michigan. Are they still? That's Hoover Michigan Elisa's in Arizona with her family but But we try to get together as often as possible. I've been flying them out to like premieres stuff making them a part of the think of this. Because it's we used to go from your talking about Virginia. That movie your six in the caution. You're excited about that and there's probably not that long ago. I'm still excited about small stuff. The Virginia was like ten years ago. But when I shot Cobra Kai for YouTube Which was like a year ago? That was a big deal that I was showing up every day. And the guys who did like you know a Harold and Kumar in the American high. I was getting paid to do comedy with Hayden. Schlossberg Jon Hurwitz Irwin. Josh held so you know even that like some people I think my reps were kind of like. Oh you know if you WANNA fund. That's cool that's cool. We're trying to get you in the next. Black Klansman are tiny. But that's cool. He wouldn't do that but like I to me it was. It's still a big deal. I don't look at everything like an ask. Well the ultimate you know winning whatever totally. I know. That's what I love about your instagram. Because you post a lot of that stuff on your experiences. It's so great to see those experiences through that Lens. You know where it's all really great fresh and I love the one you you're gonNA. You're seeing a friend that Saturday night live. A frontiers was hosting and E E. That was say I cried. Man I am Emma Stone. Her Really Emily Emily and then it gets awkward. Because I'll reference something about her and someone's like who's emily. Emily Stone Dean owning him. Well her her fiance Dave met at SNL and they just you know they were celebrating their engagement and now celebrating with them and they said you wanNA SNL next weekend. Are you in town? And I'm like even if I was in Zimbabwe. I I showed up and they put me on the list or whatever and I go up and watch the show and Lauren's office and my Buddy Ryan who I did with Rice Craig. I love him and he brings out onto the audience to watch update and then this woman carry powers works and talent. Relations is so sweet and pulls me away and she goes. Let's bring you down to the floor. They must be seen. How excited you were yeah. We don't hide it but when you're ready to go out there I'm walking out onto the stage or the not stage the set you know. Yeah and I hear John's voice you know what it felt like if felt like how The men felt in field of dreams to walk onto the total. And when when that character that Frank Whaley plays shows up to field of dreams and he walks out on there? It's like hallowed ground. Yeah and you're honored to be there and you can't put. That's how I felt and I started. I thank God my head and I got a little emotional and then killed tier and made sure they didn't see me got God sounds a lot like Don. Pardo your WorldCom. All with my buddy. Tom Barra he's one of the funniest dude ever met. He cargo comedy guy. He he and I do a bit where we do fake. Snl hosts musical lack. We'll text each other and we'll go with musical guests the Red Hot Chili peppers and your host the alone but we try to time it out where it's like the right guests that would have been in the funny the best ways to. Wow the person with like you'll be like well. It was ninety five. Yeah so they gave Peter Storm or against the GATT with musical ghost fats domino and your host Christopher you get the game I love it anyway. I could talk forever about that night. But the night ended with me at like Lorne michaels table with emily and Dave and Paul.
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Drag as you said. There were a couple people saw of day say descent dan on t._v. In you gonna be lucky enough to be one of them but now you've got evaluate. The entire implications of that seems like a lot to put on a twenty three year old actor. It's also superfluid right. You're by the way that that episode of buster. Non reads like a documentary to me like a real of stories of kashmir actors and <hes> and it's funny that people ask about the twenty four episode a lot because that was one of those where i'm like just psyched to play a character whose such an adult human being you know this because the comedy space sort of our thing like you're playing a likable nice guy so often like give me an asshole. I wanna play a despicable human being yeah but that conversation about whether to do accent with ira barbara was actually very helpful to me at the first movie did did this movie. Van wilder with ryan reynolds right first movie. I did a couple of years after college so you know andrew panay yeah. There's one of my yet miss it. I i had a blast making that movie. <hes> laura barbara caymans assists. It called me a lot that we were playing. This added the same agent so we'll be both unaware married to kristen bell. We're one step away from that so laura called me and said hey. I've got this amazing audition for you. I'm so excited headed. It's the supporting lead in a movie. You have to come to the office. I need to talk to you about the script and you know this office. In traffic from westwood is like a two hour scenario dario each way so i said why don't you just leave it at the dropbox and i'll pick it up tonight. Tell me what the character is at. I'm reading for just emailed me some of the sides and she doesn't. I want to talk to you about it. I'm i'm so excited. It is supporting lead in a teen comedy now. I'm excited semi some of the sides. What's the name of the character does just please just come in. Just just come in this went back and forth and i was like i promise you i will come in. Just tell me the name the character and send me some sites 'cause okay. <hes> the name of the character is taj mahal and she called me back and she goes honey. I figured you might do that yeah. I i study theater nor move out here to u._c._l._a. To play a guy named taj mahal fake the opportunity knocking and she he said i really need you understand that. This is a big deal. This is a supporting lead in studio comedy with ryan reynolds. Who's on two guys a girl and a pizza place. <hes> <music> will one day be dead pool and tara reid. Who's in american pie and you need to audition for this movie because if you get it then i'll be able to pitch you for a different caliber of projects that i currently cannot pitching for because you don't have those credits on your resume yeah and she said please just read the script so i read the script and yes it was phenomenally stereotypical who had a you know sort of exaggerated accent and lusting lusting after white girls who he couldn't get sort of every stirred up in the book also interestingly every stereotype of just being an eighteen year old male <hes> oversexed oversexed can't think things with dick like stereotype of that right yeah then i start realizing that the plot doesn't advance absent this character character so this question this goes back to sort of the accident conversation wealth times think it's kind of reductionist but so i'm not gonna play a cabdriver. I don't wanna play store clerk right well. Then you get into this weird territory of are we just saying that because they're working class jobs or do you actually mean that there's something one dimensional about the portrayal the historic portrayal of these roles or that they don't advance the plot of the film or the character doesn't have an arc. There's nothing for them to do right so i called laura back when we had this conversation with her and with barbara about like well this is really interesting because as i remember it being less about me being personally offended at these stereotypes ryan and more about me feeling incredibly bored by them shar right and there wasn't a ton of comedy for you to do. It was lazy comedy. Yes that's interesting. Yeah you could have been more offended by the the cheapness of the joke as opposed to the racial implications locations exactly right it was both and i remember calling one of the casting exact shoes v._p._n. N._b._c. this twenty years ago now. This woman named sewn unicor. She she happened to be indian-american and happened to be in the castle department at n._b._c. and i had had a general meeting with her a few hours prior and she said you know if you ever have any questions feel free to give me a call and i thought i am very conscious. Ships that to your point about african american actors. You're always being told you have to choose something based on an entire group of people <hes> and i thought maybe she would have some insight insight into this this role and so i called her and said there's a script and i told her everything that that taj mahal you call back so look doc. Barbara is absolutely right with everything she said businesswise. If you get a role like this one hundred percent she can pitch you for things that she just can't get you in the room for right now pilots and it's no secret secret that any woman any any performer of color has to have ten times more credits on the resume just out yeah so yeah so yes. She's being honest with you about that. How many things in the script offended offended you or did you find cringe-worthy like i don't know like thirty off the road number to start with anything in the script actually funny and i was like oh yeah like there's a thomas stuff like this back. It's lit on fire kind of phone this woman superintendent but he screws it up but it like goes beyond its very animal house esque in that regard okay so that part of it excites. You took out yeah like if his name was phil and he was from des moines and i could go out for this. That'd be super excited yeah yeah so she goes okay. Here's what you do pick ten of the thirty things and if you get that part sit down with the writers and the director and talk to them about those ten do things but in order to do that you have to come up with ten things that are funnier than what the writers came. You gotta replace it. Yeah you got. That was the first time that anybody nobody told me that. I had any agency in these conversations on all right because up until that point it was just a fight about. I don't wanna do this accent. You have to do the accent you know the horrible experience on sabrina the teenage witch. I remember a high or so mean and so like you're doing that accent. That's hard to do but i love your show. Ooh didn't matter so went through the audition process. The last audition i remember i walked into the waiting or minute was another guy. I was like all right. I wonder if this dude got the same aim feelings as i do if like see his stage name like his deal does he feel comfortable with all this and i walk into the waiting room and it was a white dude and brown face. Was it me it was not law but i was not shocked so wants wants his. I had seen it a ton in auditions before that and i've seen it a ton since that right again. Not interrupt your flow but i when when i say that you were a part of a different error. This is really the minimally. That's not how dare i never seen bill time. I have seen it happen was just over a decade ago slightly over a decade ago where i saw on a show. I was working. Okay which is five minutes ago looks at yes so the reason i say that as we like to think these things are leaps and bounds separated from mud even look even some of our friends have done them on counsels. There are screwing just admit that embarrassingly in two thousand three when we filmed it which came out in two thousand four. There's a scene in without a paddle where someone's gotta laser the scope and then i get up and they're like you've doubt on your forehead in. I immediately indian accent in the script and i did it. I thought that was i was proud of myself that i thought i did a good. Yes azure yes because i had heard it on this totally. Obviously it wouldn't do that today and obviously embarrassed. The bad happened but it happened. I was twenty eight in fuck. I did it and that was my first movie and i would have shifted my hands and eating on camera if they were to let me take your perfectly teeing up it was about to say which was my beef if was not with the guy in the waiting room is never with the other actor. At least this is what i believe. I was mostly fascinated. This brother who had at home did he drive. I have to audition with if so hold over three did did he do it in the bathroom. Did he come early. Go to all of the three casting sessions before in brown did his agent tell them to do. It didn't come up with the ear it so we're just having a conversation it's even using is that standard may salaam and learn really nice guy but i told myself when i saw that that he was not allowed to get that part right any of the conversations that are had with myself about the thirty thirty things or the conversation with sony about ten funny things that i could come up with or feeling like i hate that. I need to have those conversations at all because i just want to be funny all went out the window via. When i saw this dude embrace it was like no you are not allowed to have this and so i'm like i am going to do whatever i have to get this part. You don't get that credit on your resume. I want that credit monitoring addition pilots next year because i did this movie right and in addition like ryan is an incredibly funny guy. Oh oh yeah andrew was awesome. Director walt becker was really fun. It was a great improvisational room where we had fun and look. I think for a a younger generation of performers of color who are listening to this. They are cringing and rolling the ri- going. You're such an old man apologised <hes> a movie like that i get it out of that position and i am not going to fight you on it. Yes but i'm sharing my experience which was at that time. This is something that was was a a real thing that you need a credit on your resume to get work rate so when when harold in galway castle came around i was at a birthday party for a mutual friend john. It's an hayden schlossberg or the two guys who created the franchise and roll three movies and are hilarious. <hes> of mutual friend introduced us and jon hurwitz came up to me and said whoa you don't have an indian indian accent and it was the most off-putting thing right. You're at a buddy's birthday party in l._a. Yes i'm deuce bag is like in indian accent and i remember saying something like while you you do sound like an asshole yeah and what it meant was your so hilarious and van wilder. I'm a screenwriter. I wrote this movie called herald and corn go to white castle but the one of the leads is kit from new jersey..
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The air we already had chats on the phone with zach lowe of espn dot com and be reporting fame talking about the cavs and the warriors running back for four time and the nba finals begin on thursday we chatted with doug marrone the head coach the jacksonville jaguars last hour also threw open the in studio doors for the all time great los angeles king as well as the champion of the red wings and he played some time with the penguins and the current front office executive luc robitaille was great to see him our poll question we will reiterate that shortly you can get it on our app apple app store google play at the link at the top of our twitter handle but i now turn to my right and i see a fellow native new yorker sitting right here to my right and the star of cobra kai which has been a hit on youtube premium to say the least the reboot television wise and streaming wise of the great karate kid movie which i cannot believe is thirty four years old cobra kai check it on youtube premium with ralph macchia good to see you thirty four years old and i'm only twenty eight amazing it's amazing honestly do not look like you have today no not not not not sure not true but it's good stuff it's good stuff considering the alternative i'll take it right so how often were you asked to to try and revisit karate decent amount of times over the past thirty years you know it never i very protective always of that character and franchise and i just did it was always felt smarter to to not try to go back to the well and come up empty then then taint the legacy of what is become a piece of pop culture what has become a piece of our childhoods you know these you know jon hurwitz hayden schlossberg and josh heald three creators of cobra kai had such a clear vision of coming into the jani lauren the world of johnny lawrenson whatever happened to this bully and dealing with that and we're russo would be at this time and they had written a hot tub time machine and and and the harold and kumar franchise so i felt that they really had a a handle on writing for a younger audience and creating a fresh world and yet still pay them is to the nostalgia it was just the right time and then you have these these services like a youtube premium where you could essentially make a five hour movie and cut it up into ten half hour parts and again the pilot the first episode where you're thirty four years later running a car dealer larusso auto body right and and billy zappa right is showing up kind of down on his luck right in a way has been seen almost forty million times yeah that's an absurd number it's insane it's wonderful it's it's you know we always felt that this the these carriages and his franchise had that sort of the ability for that kind of embrace but to see everyone tell their friends you have to see this you have see this and and then they the critics as well it's really doesn't happen very often and it's it really tastes sweeter the older you get when you see something like this happened awesome we had elizabeth you on the show few months ago and she just remembered being there and just how you are just young kids on a movie right not knowing what you were you had had just having a great time while doing it you know i d ah at the i did i didn't know this i did feel that my there was such an ease with working with pat morita that i did feel when i was making the film that we had something special something unique there was you know it just felt like the two right guys in those roles it was just i guess it was because it felt easy to do i assumed it was coming off well as far as whether you know wax on wax off and sweep the leg would be part of the american lexicon that came the lawyer right it's still crazy it's still is you know and now more than ever so it's really quite wonderful ralph macho here on the rich eisen show before you get into more of your pop culture history and great tv and movie roles at you've been part of let's talk a little bit of sports you're from new you're from the new york city area and so you're.
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Steve is thirty four years old cobra kai check it on youtube premium with ralph macchia good to see you thirty four years old and i'm only twenty eight amazing it's amazing yeah no not not not true but it's good stuff it's good stuff considering the alternative i'll take it right so how often were you asked to to try and revisit karate decent amount of times over the past thirty years you know it never i very protective always of that character and franchise and i just did it was always felt smarter to to not try to go back to the well and come up empty than than taint the legacy of what is become a piece of pop culture what has become a piece of our childhoods you know these you know jon hurwitz hayden schlossberg and josh heald three creators of cobra kai had such a clear vision of coming into the jani lauren the world of johnny lawrenson whatever happened to this bully and dealing with that and we're larussa would be at this time and they had written a hot tub time machine and and the herald kumar franchise so i felt that they really had a a handle on writing for a younger audience and creating a fresh world and yet still pay them is to the nostalgia it was just the right time and then you have these these services like youtube premium where you could essentially make a five hour movie and cut it up into ten half hour parts and and again the pilot the first episode where you're thirty four years later running a car dealer larusso auto body right and and billy zappa right is showing up kind of down on his luck right in a way has been seen almost forty million times yeah that's an absurd number it's insane it's wonderful it's it's.
"hayden schlossberg" Discussed on Here & Now
"That garbage you nuts man it is fan fiction it really is a great rivalry ensues humor ensues just based on these two guys at this age that still won't let go and a lot of heart and soul underneath at all cobra kai was created by jon hurwitz and fellow executive producers hayden schlossberg and josh heald hurwitz and schlossberg also created the harold and kumar film franchise healed wrote the hot tub time machine movie and even though they might have a reputation for more in your face comedy schlossberg says they're serious karate kid fans who wanted to explore something deeper part of what you learn is what makes a bad guy you know what makes a bullied the theme of bullying which is one of the main themes of the original crotty kid is that much more resonant today and we liked the idea of exploring that fem by looking at it from one of the most iconic bullies in movie histories perspective suzanne daniels global head of original programming for youtube says they new series based around films like karate kid and step up because their users already watch a lot of the video's connected to those franchise we have data that we can track on youtube search data etc watch time and we know these are arenas and stories that they're interested in in knowing more about monte of says youtube was looking to make an impact with their show i think they're looking for their house of cards they're looking for something to save arrived at the party in a franchise television the karate kid movie featured danny's bond with pat meritas mr miaki who taught him karate moves through chores like waxing cars creating a classic catchphrase on right done off left hand.