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Spotify tries out audiobooks with help from some celebrity Narrators
"Spotify has released. Nine new exclusive audio books. The books themselves are public domain but the performances by celebrities. David does brooke narrates mary. Shelley's frankenstein forest whittaker reads the narrative of the life of frederick douglas and american slave and hilary swank narrates kate shop the awakening spotify is also releasing a companion podcast called sitting with the classics hosted by harvard. Professor glenda carpio last year spotify partnered with visiting world to release weekly chapter instalments of harry potter and the sorcerer's stone. Although the verge notes this no longer appears to be listed on spotify
"hilary swank" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"You ready to be like I am every day before the virus online. I actually got into the lady today because I a lady today I posted like there's some pictures or videos out there where these politicians are obviously taking either fake shots or like I know a lot about taking shots and like one of them the guy have the camp on when they when they give him the shot down obviously has a cap on it's still like I know what they I I have one of those needles I know what it looks like. Yeah. So I post a picture like you can take the cap off that way said that somebody's like, oh you conspiracy theorist drive me crazy. I'm an ER nurse blah blah blah blah. So I really go through a Facebook page and she's a nurse assistant apparently Lifesaver, but I had I sent her cuz I'm banned from Facebook. I guess I'm done with Facebook. They just banned me for calling someone a retard. It wasn't actually retarded. You know, like I don't know like it's like I don't know so they banned me for that for 30 days and I'm not like I'm not much for being put in the corner, you know put in your Hilary Swank joke there but am not much, you know for being told what to just say or do so, I I direct message and told her listen Life Saver. Like I didn't I didn't cuz she's like this guy's an idiot with a conspiracy theorist no model blessed. I didn't say it was that I just said a particular needle. I know didn't take the cap off of it. And and why is it every politician video? I seen as the needle I'm not familiar with and she's like well how many shots have you given in your life? I'm like myself twenty thousand, you know, I don't know off with fifteen different needles and I've never seen those file needles your estimated something new. But yeah, it's a I realized when I moved now, I've got so much to do. I don't have any time to argue online, but I realize once I got down How much time I was really spending our get online and it was most of the day like it's I don't know it was always I always tell you Shawn. You're so funny. You're probably the person I know like you're hilarious truck off..
Netflix Cancels ‘Away’ After One Season
"For a second season. The cancellation comes to six weeks after the show's first season was released on September 4th Eso me not want to finish it now. I'm only Yeah, well, its first season consists of 10 episodes, and it's basically because not enough people are watching. So I heard so much great buzz about this at the beginning, and they're saying that they had Ah, lot of viewers. It was in the top 10 of the first week, but then it just trailed off so much that they're pulling the plug on it. Oh, this is the Mars one. This is the one with Hilary Swank where she goes to Mars. And she has to decide like Oh, gosh, you know, I've got this drama at home happening. Do I go? And then it was very dramatic. It was it was pulling on like the old man, that would be brutal. But then I just fell off. Yeah. Gosh. Well, maybe you and a lot of alone did to its your
What TV Shows Do Viewers Prefer During the Pandemic?
"And confidently stay tuned after the show to find how you can boost your next job post with their special offer for talking tech listeners. A few weeks ago, Tom Ryan who runs the Pluto TV website explained to me that the reason that his site is doing so well is 'cause they run so much old stuff people. He told me do not WANNA watch a lot of new programming on streaming. The dirty little secret is they really love catching up with old familiar favorites. Will his cinema rang true and clear to me this week when I read the new Nielsen Streaming Chart Nielsen of course is the company that's been monitoring TV viewing for years, and it's now monitoring what we watch on Netflix and Amazon and other websites and the top ten. There's only three new shows in the top ten. And they don't sound that new either. So the most watched show is called copper guy. It's a sequel to a nineteen eighty-four movie called the Karate Kid. Number two is away, which is new is about mission to Mars, and it's with Hilary. Swank number three is lucifer a Fox series about the devil in disguise, which premiered in two thousand sixteen, and it's followed by the other new show, which is called the boys, which is a superhero drama on Amazon from there all oldies but goodies the office from two thousand five. Criminal minds permitted in two, thousand and five. Grey's anatomy premiered in two thousand five. NCIS premiered in two thousand and three, and is a sequel a spin off to a TV show that premiered in nineteen ninety-five called Jag. WHO REMEMBERS THAT ONE Then, we've got shameless pretty current right that's his TV series that aired on. Showtime. Premiered in two thousand, eleven. After that, we have to go all the way back to number
"hilary swank" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You know me Transitional Summer moment, Transitional summer moment is what we need right now. Transitional Summer moment. Mariah. Welcome back Jason and Alexis in the morning speaking Mariah ID. Get through it. That's why I didn't put it on our greed are G r. I d. I'll do it on Monday, but I would encourage all of you, Lex. You'll love this. Oprah's conversation with Mariah about her new book, Fast Mating, teased, Okay. Yeah, I will. What? Listen, watch over the weekend. It is It is real good. Well, it's open. I mean, come on. It's Oprah. She has is doing well. She doesn't know what she's doing. And she you know, Mariah, I think Oprah said nine Nine different interviews. A door on the Oprah Show nine or 12 Anyway. Oprah Oprah has a good report with Mariah and Mariah Trust Oprah. So there's an openness to her and not, you know, Mariah doesn't put it. Mariah doesn't feel the need to put on the show for Oprah because she knows open open and play that. On DH. She doesn't tolerate that and you can tell it was. I saw two interviews yesterday with people that seemed totally different in great ways. One of them is Mariah. I can't really put on put my finger on. Why she seemed what? No, I can. She didn't seem to be Playing the role of Mariah Carey. She seemed to be very vulnerable. Yeah. You know, lex and very I hate the word normal but very calm and very non affected, not affected. It was none of this darling Lam. It was none of that stuff. It was, but I mean, and I love I love that. That's Mariah. But this was just very Introspective Mariah Out of the way I felt watching Paris Hilton's Yeah, go on on Netflix. This is Paris because she just took all of her walls down and talked about serious things, which was refreshing and surprising. And another person yesterday. Maybe I'll play a little bit later. Bethany. Bethany was on Andy yesterday and I got to tell you it was a very different Bethany. In a great way. She seems lighter. She said. I don't know if it's that she is content with her business is she's content with her career. Right now. She's happy with it with a guy Ah, combination of her love and life and career. There's a good balance, but she was Dee lite ful. But anyway, you can see Mariah on Apple TV. Plus, just look for the Oprah conversation. That's Oprah's new talk show. And then Andy. You can see the Bethany clips on watch What happened Lives YouTube channel Now, last week or the week before Lex you talked about Netflix's new show called Away. Yeah, with dawn with will from the good wife, Josh Charles Um Hilary Swank and Hilary Swank. Bye. Really? Loved it. Oh, good. Okay, I should say I'm I am currently loving it. Colin really likes it, And I mean, really likes it. Um, I I I can't wait to finish it. I think we're in. I think we're on Episode three. So Hilary Swank and Josh Charles. They're married. As Alexis told us. They're both astronauts. And they follows these will basically an expedition to Mars, and it's a joint initiative from the U. S and other countries. And Hilary Swank is on the mission, and her husband, Josh Charles, for reasons you'll find out is actually not on the mission, but he's he's in the he's and he works for NASA as well. They have a daughter. And as the Siri's opens, she's getting ready to go on a three year mission to Mars, and there are complications and there's drama with the crew. I don't want to reveal anything cause personal things going on in those personal things. I thoroughly enjoy this. I thoroughly enjoyed the show. I should say actively enjoying because I'm not complete. We haven't completed it yet. But there is one episode my talkers, Lex. I know. How far did you get Lex? While I'm in the second episodes, you're actually further than I am. So there is a guys there is a sequence where Colin was like were our butts were clinched The solar panels on the craft that's getting them to Mars won't fully open. And there is AH, let's just say there is a There is a sequence where somebody has to go out and fix it. And it is so tense and so beautifully shot again. No. It is obvious Netflix backs up the Brinks truck to these producers and just give them whatever money because you know this. This looks like that. George Clooney. Morty Ah gravity. This is the the effects are just a CZ good as the Sandra Bullock George Clooney movie. It is sensational, which keeps you in the story mean bad. There's nothing worse than bad special effects to take you out of of the illusion. This. They spent a lot of money to make this look good. And it is suspenseful. I am loving the characters like Josh will. Dawn. You know this guy, Josh Charles could read me. The index of a book and I and I love him. Yeah, I love Will someone love Will we love Will lex, don't we? We love will and and he plays. He's a similar kind of nice guy here and, yeah, I love it away on Netflix and also just the pacing of it, too. It's beautifully shot, but also you don't think about at least when you think of an asteroid, please. Before this, I just thought, well, it must be just crazy up there all the stuff to do, and there's no gravity in there floating around and But there's really a lot of downtime. You know, they have to eat. You know when they're out on the planet, or at least in the space, you know whether before they get tomorrow's they stop. And they have to wait a certain amount of time before they can actually enter into the spacecraft. So even learning that type of thing Is really cool. Yeah, it's dawn. I think you would enjoy this night that I was. Yeah, This is just in. It's it is well written again. They take the time to get they take the time. To allow you as the viewer. Even in the first episode, you kind of have an idea of who these two are. You have an idea of the relationship, And so when she does take off, I care. I care about her safety and I and then I really start caring about will and you'll find out why, But yeah, it's It's really good yourself in that in their positions to look, what would you do if that happens? There's an opportunity that do you aboard Mission or do you continue on Yes, the idea. You know, you always think Like what would I D'oh? Yeah, She has to make a decision. You all We don't want to give anything away. Everything is a go. Everything's great, And then something happens. That makes her question whether her ass should be going to Mars to say they're going to Mars right now. He's asked her not to make for three years for a least daughter and Yeah, it's called away. Everybody away. I'm Netflix. It's really good. It's It's definitely worth your time. And I will just quickly Segway did this because I can't believe I'm going to say this, Lex. We hold on to your desk or something. Or carry on your cannon. You Yankees. Hold on your wigs and keys. Dawn..
"hilary swank" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Because I don't want anybody gets stuck. We'll have the entertainment report from Cassidy Laura, filling in for Dean Richards this week. We'll get to that momentarily. The news from Hollywood is AH, pretty bad as Faras the return of movie theaters tenant was supposed to mark the big comeback. But, um, it didn't do the business that people thought it would do. And the Hollywood execs, sir. Mulling over the numbers after five months of pandemic forced closure. The big chains reopened in 68% of the country by Labor Day weekend in large part so they could show tenant $200 million film, and it collected 9.4 million in its first weekend in North America. And just under 30 million as first two weeks Ah, much lower than expected theaters. They're still closed in New York and Los Angeles. The two biggest markets in the country in the areas where tenant did play like Chicago audience concerned about safety, even with theater capacity limited to 50%, or less in most locations. Her ticket sales, they say. Box office analysts also said tenant is a complicated, cerebral movie with little Star power and maybe a frothy ERM, or escapist film. Would've had an easier time coaxing people back into the theaters. Whatever the reason, the bottom line was clear if people are not going to the movies that anywhere close to the numbers that Hollywood hoped and things were not expected to improve in the near term. Studios are postponing big movies again. Wonder Woman 1984 is off for now. And they're meeting this week at a Hollywood to figure out how to proceed with other scheduled releases, and some analysts have started to re sound alarm bells about the future of the theater business. One executive Warner Brothers said. I'm disappointed that the marketplace is still 30% unopened, and we mentioned this talking to Dean last week. In addition to The pandemic dragging on the moor that streaming becomes a threat to theaters, of course, affects the box office. At least a dozen movies originally destined for big screens, including Hamilton. Have been redirected to streaming services or online rental platforms. That move is kept money flowing to studios. But analysts say That it has undercut theatres by training consumers and see you and me to expect new films to be instantly available in their homes. We were watching away last night. It came out a while back. Hilary Swank. Have you seen this? I saw a promo for last night. I want to see it. It's I think there's one season that's out. We've watched three. It's Hilary Swank is an astronaut, and it's a mission to Mars. But it's really about the relationships these astronauts have in their backgrounds on Earth. And I'll tell you something, though it's very tense at times. But its most of the attention is not about problems in space, technical issues. It's about personal dilemmas, and it's it's so heavy. I said to my wife last night. I can't watch this before I go to sleep anymore. I need you know, I need this. Watch a Seinfeld or something? Because yeah, I just go to sleep. I'm tense. Up tight. I don't need that. I started watching that last week. Bob agent. I felt the same way I had to watch. Everybody loves Raymond before. I know it is the astronaut's husband gets into some problems back here, and that's gonna stress me out. Everybody's got these big issues, right? You know, I I want to escape from Rhea life if I want, you know, tension, stress. Ah, personal issues. I I'll just stay at work all day. You know, I don't need that. But friend of mine said he watched two episodes and gave up because, he said, Why would they send all these people in space who hate each other? But it's a little more complicated than that. I'll stick with it, maybe a little bit more. There is much entertainment news to get to, and we'll do that after a quick break here.
"hilary swank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm talking the Academy Awards. She's a star Boys Don't cry and Million Dollar Baby. It's Hilary Swank for Riel. Let's play some games. Joining us right now we have an director and Yvette. Nicole Brown. Hello. Hello. Hi. Over here. OK, So, hey, you know, it is amazing to have you both on and also both of you are really have done a lot of game shows. Andy, you have even done the top echelon. Of what our listeners love. Jeopardy! Celebrity jeopardy! I was on twice. Yeah, The second time I was on was part of a celebrity tournament of champions and winners from that were supposed to come back. And we ended up Conan tonight were on the Tonight show And then we weren't on the Tonight show And then on, So we went on a tour and the Day of the remaining are you know what the next step of the tournament was our opening night of the tour? So I was in Eugene, Oregon, while Isaac Mizrahi filled in for me, Apparently, we're not Michael. I mean, I'm perfectly happy to advice. It means our feeling for me. And Isaac. He made most of his career of based on your cancellations. I believe he does exactly exactly my women's wear line. I just couldn't finish stepped in swift righted. And even you have been on a loads of game shows. Yeah, What is your favorite game show appearance as a contestant been? Oh, gosh, It's so hard. I really love Hollywood Game night with Jane Lynch because you never know what game it's going to be. I could also I can also speak to Hollywood Game night. They pour the booze down there, they d'oh d'oh, but But listen, I'm very competitive. So every time I do the show, I don't drink because I Nothing makes me happier than winning someone else money. And so I'm there to help those people by house raids a proposal But I'm not gonna be tossing back whisky sours and being the reason why I know Andy this Yes, September certain 13th, you are bringing back the live streaming event from the sitcom. Yelled, and director controls the universe. Yes, And so what? Prompted this event? I mean, people have been doing this cast reunion table Reedy thing you know, for charity online, because you know, there's a lot of attention starved people that night to get some attention and charities that need our help. Yeah, No, no, no, that's secondary. Anything. You did a virtual reunion of the commune. He cast recently when we did it for community. It was from the kindness of our hearts. Andy Richter that alright, Alright, right. You did that in May right now, do you keep in contact with the your other cast mates? Yeah, well, we've always had AH, group chat or two going. I found out during that charity event that Donald Glover wasn't in our current I found that out under something funny happened in and somebody had some brother information about the joke, and I said, Put in the group Gen. Down was that put into what is anything nobody with since whatever exclude Donald Glover for any other reason, Besides being respectful of Donald Glover's times way, let her know like Listen, Man, you are you on Lion King and your soul music you don't So he's in the group chat now and at least once a week, he goes. Why did I ask to be here? Because I we text each other a lot. So I want to talk about your new project on Audible room room. But let's play a game. All right, And this game is called hooked on lyrics. What we've done is we've asked some kids to read lyrics to popular music. That was popular before they were born. They probably have never heard any of these songs before, but we asked him to read the lyrics, and your job is just to guess the songs. So, Yvette, we're going to start with you think it's all right. My name is Jane. I'm nine years old, and I'm from New York. I see 1000 date you so 2000. They had feel that future boom boom. I okay? Can I just say that? I missed most of it? Because I was, I think copulating listening to her. Um yes, a black eye piece. That's right. Black eyed peas. Boom! Boom! Pao is the name of the song. Oh, All right, Andy, this one is for you. This is Jane again. And this time she's got some lyrics from a Nobel Prize winning folk singer used to laugh about everybody that was hanging out Now you don't talk so out now you don't seem so proud about having to be scrounging your next meal. Ah, that is like a rolling stone by Bob Dylan. I believe that is absolutely correct. That's right. I'm pretty sure as a nine year old, she does not have a Bob Dylan poster in her room. Not yes, not. You don't know if she's a fan of Nobel Prize winners she might through already, but this is a situation we can all relate to. Especially if you're Courtney Love. Hello. My name is Molly. I'm nine years old, and I'm from Brooklyn, New York. When I wake up in my makeup, it's too early for that dress wilted and faded somewhere in Hollywood. I'm glad I came here with your Pound of flesh. The group asshole exactly, but the point I don't know. I can't think of the title of this celebrity skin. But taking holy enough hole is good enough. I am judging myself. That's OK. That's OK. When you pull out, a lot of fans went into a flop, sweat just Molly down, you guys. It's so hot. Listen, because it's NPR. They told us to turn off our fans and I know I'm over. You're dying, but I love you guys. So I'm going to endure. Yeah, Let's let's go. Let's go. Let's move through this already. Andy. Now Molly has a message from 21 named R and B princesses. Must you do the things you do? You keep on acting like a fool. You need to know it's me, not you. And if you didn't know it, girl, it's true. Can I wasn't fully vetted chair dancing. I want a buzz in you. Go ahead and take it OK? I don't know. Okay, So these two hour be princesses Justin versus battle together. Oh, my G and my mind, baby. Already vet hears Molly again reading some major all nineties venting from Billy Corgan. And what do I get for my pain, The trade desires and a piece of the game, even though I know I suppose I'll show Oh, my cool and colds like an old job. Despite all my rage, I am still Just a rat in a cage. Okay. Molly's a star. If I am correct, I believe Billy Corgan was in the smashing pumpkins. Correct. I do not know the song. Bullets with butterfly wings. I've never even heard that ever And I've heard that song 1000 times. No, Never. I heat when they do that, like if you say man, I love this sweater over and over in the song. The song should be called Man. I love this. I agree. All right, Andy, this the last one is for you. This one is from a heavy metal band, and it's off their black album eight and I'm six And I'm here to tell you something. Please clipping a path that exit Take what To never never room that's eating. She's six. Is that Enter sand man by Metallica that you're correct way have.
"hilary swank" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Joining us right now we have Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown hello. . Hello, , hi Oh vera. . Out of the So Hey, , you know it's amazing to have you both on and also both of you are really have done. . A lot of game shows Andy. . You have even done the top echelon of what our listeners love jeopardy celebrity jeopardy I was on twice. . Yeah. . The second time I was on was part of a celebrity tournament of champions. . The winners from that were supposed to come back and we ended up Conan and I were on the tonight show, and , then we weren't on the tonight show. . then. . Went on a tour and the day of the remainder or the next step of the tournament was our opening night of the tour. . So I was in. . Eugene. . Oregon while Isaac Mizrahi filled in for me apparently not my I mean I'm perfectly happy to. . Fill in for me. . Is If. . He made most of his career based on your cancellations. . I believe he does exactly exactly my womenswear line I just couldn't finish. . Right head. . And, , Yvette you have been on a loads of game shows. . Yeah. . What is your favorite game show appearance as a contestant been? ? Oh Gosh. . You're so hard <hes>. . I really love Hollywood game night the Jane Lynch because you never know what game it's going to be I can I can also speak to Hollywood game night they pour the booze down there they do. . You. . Listen I'm very competitive. . So every time I do the show I don't drink because. . I nothing makes me happier than winning someone else money, , and so I'm there to help those people about how To propose it everybody I'm Michael be tossing back. . Whiskey sours and being the reason why? ? I know Andy. . This yes. . September thirteenth you are bringing back. . The live streaming event from the Sitcom yelled Andy Richter controls the universe. . Yes and so what prompted this event? ? I mean people have been doing this cast reunion table Ridi thing for charity online because you know there's a lot of attention starved people. . Get some attention and they tell you get entities that need our help. . No, , that's secondary. . Today virtual reunion of the community cast. . Recently when we did it for community, it , was from the kindness of our hearts, Andy , Richter. . All right. All . right. . Right. . You did that in May right we do now do you keep in contact with the your other cast mates? ? We've always had a group chat or two going <hes> I found out during that charity event that Donald Glover wasn't in our current. . Routes. . Something funny. . Happened in. . Somebody had some further information about the joke and I said put in the group Jen. . Donaldson. . Put it into what? ? Is it the thing nobody would since ever exclude Donald Glover for any other reason besides being respectful of Donald Glover's time We let him know like listen man, , you are a lion king. . On Somali. . Music and stuff. . So He's in the group chat. . Now at least once a week he goes why did I ask to be here because? ? We text each other. . So I WANNA talk about your new project on audible room room. . But let's play a game right and this game is called hooked on lyrics. . What we've done is we've asked some kids to read lyrics to popular music that was popular before they were born. . They probably have never heard any of these songs before, , but we haven't to read the lyrics and your job is just to guests the songs. . So we're GONNA start with you in gets aric. . My name is Jane. . I'm nine years old and I'm from new. . York. . The faith thousand day use so to ask they had to feel. . That future boom boom Ah. . Okay. . Can I say that I missed most of it because I was I, , think oscillating listening to her. . Yet black-eyed peas black eyed peas boom boom POW, , is the name of the song. . Oh Are In anti. . This one is for you. . This is Jane again, , and this time she's got some lyrics from a Nobel prize winning folksinger still laugh about everybody that was hanging out now you don't talk. . So out now you don't seem so proud about having to me scratching next meal. . That is like a rolling stone by Bob Dylan. . Absolutely, , correct that's right. . I'm pretty sure as a nine year old, she , does not have a Bob Dylan poster in her room. . Not yet not yet not she's a fan of Nobel Prize winner she might. . That's
Fun Trivia with Hilary Swank, Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown
"Joining us right now we have Andy Richter and Yvette Nicole Brown hello. Hello, hi Oh vera. Out of the So Hey, you know it's amazing to have you both on and also both of you are really have done. A lot of game shows Andy. You have even done the top echelon of what our listeners love jeopardy celebrity jeopardy I was on twice. Yeah. The second time I was on was part of a celebrity tournament of champions. The winners from that were supposed to come back and we ended up Conan and I were on the tonight show, and then we weren't on the tonight show. then. Went on a tour and the day of the remainder or the next step of the tournament was our opening night of the tour. So I was in. Eugene. Oregon while Isaac Mizrahi filled in for me apparently not my I mean I'm perfectly happy to. Fill in for me. Is If. He made most of his career based on your cancellations. I believe he does exactly exactly my womenswear line I just couldn't finish. Right head. And, Yvette you have been on a loads of game shows. Yeah. What is your favorite game show appearance as a contestant been? Oh Gosh. You're so hard I really love Hollywood game night the Jane Lynch because you never know what game it's going to be I can I can also speak to Hollywood game night they pour the booze down there they do. You. Listen I'm very competitive. So every time I do the show I don't drink because. I nothing makes me happier than winning someone else money, and so I'm there to help those people about how To propose it everybody I'm Michael be tossing back. Whiskey sours and being the reason why? I know Andy. This yes. September thirteenth you are bringing back. The live streaming event from the Sitcom yelled Andy Richter controls the universe. Yes and so what prompted this event? I mean people have been doing this cast reunion table Ridi thing for charity online because you know there's a lot of attention starved people. Get some attention and they tell you get entities that need our help. No, that's secondary. Today virtual reunion of the community cast. Recently when we did it for community, it was from the kindness of our hearts, Andy Richter. All right. All right. Right. You did that in May right we do now do you keep in contact with the your other cast mates? We've always had a group chat or two going I found out during that charity event that Donald Glover wasn't in our current. Routes. Something funny. Happened in. Somebody had some further information about the joke and I said put in the group Jen. Donaldson. Put it into what? Is it the thing nobody would since ever exclude Donald Glover for any other reason besides being respectful of Donald Glover's time We let him know like listen man, you are a lion king. On Somali. Music and stuff. So He's in the group chat. Now at least once a week he goes why did I ask to be here because? We text each other. So I WANNA talk about your new project on audible room room. But let's play a game right and this game is called hooked on lyrics. What we've done is we've asked some kids to read lyrics to popular music that was popular before they were born. They probably have never heard any of these songs before, but we haven't to read the lyrics and your job is just to guests the songs. So we're GONNA start with you in gets aric. My name is Jane. I'm nine years old and I'm from new. York. The faith thousand day use so to ask they had to feel. That future boom boom Ah. Okay. Can I say that I missed most of it because I was I, think oscillating listening to her. Yet black-eyed peas black eyed peas boom boom POW, is the name of the song. Oh Are In anti. This one is for you. This is Jane again, and this time she's got some lyrics from a Nobel prize winning folksinger still laugh about everybody that was hanging out now you don't talk. So out now you don't seem so proud about having to me scratching next meal. That is like a rolling stone by Bob Dylan. Absolutely, correct that's right. I'm pretty sure as a nine year old, she does not have a Bob Dylan poster in her room. Not yet not yet not she's a fan of Nobel Prize winner she might. That's
"hilary swank" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And check out TV guide today. Good morning to you, Matt. Hey, Jimmy. How you doing? I'm doing Well, this sounds like a pretty cool. Ah, NIU Siri's by Netflix. Tell us about Yeah, it's ah, It's a big space drama. Big big budget. The 10 episodes Siri's drops today because you convention all weekend. If you want. It's cold away, and it's pretty much up up in a way up on the way to Mars. Basically, and Hilary Swank, a two time Oscar winner is playing the commander of this first. Mander. I guess you'd call it wo manned of mission to Mars and international crew. Ooh, And it's about the psychological and physical toll that, like a three year space journey would have on these people. At the same time, you're getting their back stories, which can go on a bit, but at the same time, it's It's pretty compelling stuff. But what's really good about the show is, as you go further into it. Almost every episode is like a miniature Apollo 13 where things go. Desperately wrong aboard the ship, and so howto how to sort of keep everybody alive. They're heading toward Mars as they're losing contact with ones they left behind. And that's part of the story of a way is what you've sacrificed to be able to do something like this. But Hilary Swank is really tough in the role and she cries a lot, but it's It's Really good Netflix series. And I think that if you like outer space stuff, or if you like a good Good adventure. I suppose if it's pretty good stuff. Hillary's makes a good crier. So that'll work out for you. You can't is right. There's no crying in space. Ah, usually you get these big budget. You know movies, but they're not going to open on TV. This is the wave of the future. You said that this has got one coming up. Well, it's the wave of the nail because even now, those some movie theatres are opening across the country. There is still resistance to going in a lot of places and where I lived there, not going open movie theaters for a while still being very cautious here in the Big city. But what's happened over the last few months that quite a few movies that were intended to be opening on the big screen went Teo on demand instead of at a slightly higher price than you normally paid for a non demand movie. But this time Disney pluses making their big budget live action version of Milan, which was a big animated hit for them a few years ago, But Milan is now available to Disney Plus subscribers. For a premium access, and the fee is 29 99. That's 30 bucks to watch this movie on television, which seems pretty high again unless you factory what would cause take your whole family to go see the movie at a real movie theater. But it is a very big epic battle. Heavy Ah ah female empowerment film much of the animated film Wass. I've been talking to some people who say they're going to do it anyway, because they're kids want to see it? So we'll see. It's an interesting experiment to see whether they'll pay this much money to watch something on television in advanced in addition of what you're paying already to subscribe to Disney plus, but Disney Plus is a big hit in terms of the new streaming services. They put a lot of things on there that are really special, a lot of people and now we're going to see whether they're going to pay the big money toe CIA New Disney film. Think they charge that much for a family size tub of popcorn. If you went to the movies, so you could make a true I mean, it seems like a lot to see something on television. When you factor in all out. Maybe it isn't You got that right? And I'm wondering if if you said to Ah to a kid today, even to somebody in their twenties, I want my MTV if they would know we were talking about people are age grouping, but I guess Maybe it's not. I hope they watched this biography special that airs on Tuesday on and it's called. I want my MTV and it takes us back to the early days of the channel in the eighties would have exploded on the scene, but a lot of people couldn't get it. One of the cool things of the people who founded the channel they're interviewed here, and they couldn't even watch the first day of MTV. In New York City because it wasn't available. They had to go to New Jersey to a bar to watch launch. So it was all about how scrappy Little Channel was trying to convince the music industry that putting their videos on television would embolden the industry and create new stars like Madonna and Boy George and Cindy Lauper. And, Of course, that's what happened if you go back to the eighties. Every time the new video dropped. It was like a cultural event. Then Michael Jackson came along broke the color barrier thriller was a huge deal, and it recounts all of that in this two hour special called I Want My MTV, but it was the advertising campaign with all the stars. All the music stars looking into the camera. You see the commercial saying, I want my MTV and the young kids really one of their MTV and up until the time that YouTube happened, took it through the juice out of MTV. It was the time so I really like this special, very nostalgic. And if you want to relive a big moment in TV history, you know I want my TV is a lot of fun. For us, old folks. It really is. Man will be fun for me to know we're coming about that old age. Yeah. Hey, thanks, man. Appreciate it. Pick up TV Guide today will talk to next week. So you know, it's actually I mean, you gotta hit line from sports.
"hilary swank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's a very tough job, but I think I think we need to More decisive leadership of all quarters, including the delay, and you're pointing Teo the incredible tension for lower income New York parents in general who, of course, just proportionately tend to be Black and Latin, next New York parents and other immigrants and immigrants as a group, which is that they need more than others to go out to their quote, unquote essential jobs. And so the day care Imperative becomes more complicated then for some who can work from home? Oh are even if they're unemployed, and at the same time there from the families who are the most likely to get Cove it and so seem to fear the most their Children going back into the group setting of in person school and then And then bring the virus home. Does that does that ring true to you? Gary was certainly absolutely Essen dilemma since the beginning, because a lot of these household cross generational Yeah. Grand parents living with the young sir, in a parent, so standing akin to school has those effects as you mentioned Brian so eloquently because it's a really wrenching decision and everybody's Is dealing with different Ah issues simultaneously. I mean, this pandemic has been cruel in many ways because it has exposed The vulnerability of poor people and immigrants in this city, and despite its best intention, the city has still yet to deal with the underlying of issues facing immigrant communities and poor people. If you look at who Dynamos and now we're talking about schools who's been affected the most. It's it's black, black and Brian in Latin ex people in the city by and large This nurse will go to some of your phone calls in a minute. If you want to get in. Parents in immigrant families from anywhere. Ah teachers, other education staff who wants talk about the special challenge of teaching. Immigrant kids. Obviously not every immigrant kid is the same. We're talking about so many different families in so many different, you know, stages of English language, learning and everything else. But who wants to call in so that we continue this conversation in a way that will help school where the remote for some people are in person. For some people start out as productively as possible. In New York, many immigrant community 646435 70 to 86 46435. 70 to 80 and Deborah Lee Santos from the Manhattan Times in Bronx Free Press. Did you want to pick up on something that Gary was saying? I did. I wanted Teo. Underscore again that the cruelty of this disease is such that way are having many of the truth laid bare in a way that it's discomfiting and riel on DH. I'd like to point out that beyond the digital divide that were often centered. On in our discussions. Many of the conversations of late has been about, for example, outdoor classroom space and the way that we can be, you know, lender ingenuity to helping Children learn in different spaces. That is terrific. Li difficult for communities that are more densely populated on DH have your green open spaces that are conducive to learning and it's career tickly important that we're having this conversation when there's a violent surgeon crime. Thailand's a crime surge in the same communities that are loads to imagine their Children in the same playgrounds and open spaces where shots are being fired on a regular basis. And so when you look at a district, for example, like District nine in the Bronx, where the economic need index is about 93% on DH, you look a district 26 to Bayside, Queens, and that's about 49%. The students there. The families have opted respectively, for 32% of remote, all remote learning in district nine, the Bronx and and 49% in Bayside, and that speaks a lot to the solidity of space around them when you can look at your school as a center of the community, one that lends itself not just within its four walls. But the parts nearby and the spaces around you and the people in a way that it is just not possible. In certain areas. You are more likely to trust the system to do right by you by students. That is just not going to be the case, and it was talked about the family trust. Issue. That's not a small matter when you're talking about families that have already been buffeted in very harsh rays by this disease and are asking themselves why would we go through this again? We've already lost family members in the name of some of the same building these Children going into spaces where they've lost teachers and principals and building staff that were for them a mainstay. And we're revisiting that way that we are not acknowledging as we prepare to open with a small delay. John in Brooklyn. You're on W N Y C. Hi, John. Thank you for calling. Hi. Hi there we got you. What would you like to say? Hello? Hi, John. We can hear you. Yakin, Hugh. Now I just find it very amazing. The contribution that Ah Ah readies, contributing one. This subject today may being a parent and immigrant. Having my kid in this situation where everybody has 1000 questions about how this pandemic is. Spreading out and exposing kids going back to school where There is no something effective yet down. You know that to ensure they are Ah, save Ah, it is a very Are complicated for were firing. On DA. We also thinking that sending kid back to school is also a danger for we've parent because when they're going to school, they're not safe. They will end up by bringing those viruses toe parent so Wei will all be fixed him off, then. Ah, willingness of sending back to school, which is very complicated and there were we need a really big sent on that area in assess that We still need our kids go to land in person because they need to speak English in the sense that not the way that will end it in a hard way. They were born here on DH one off the best away for them. To integrate the culture to define the identity as Americans they need to go and share with their their colleagues in the school. But at the same time seeing the way the violence is expressing, and dumb magic that the very self Daniela community is a very, very complicated and that that's why we all come back to the option of paying the landing a remotely. Right now. It's still like the men option and that the community have to come up with something that's gonna help Children of immigrants. To be very effective when it comes to learning English in a culture and different stuff. Yes, John, can I ask if you have school age kids at home yourself, and if so, what you thought worked well or not so well with remote learning in this spring. Myself. I was trying. Ah, I was trying to take some classes on lining put into work fast because of the Many resources that I required to access those educational line, even for my kids to work, mostly in the best way that either the Internet was not strong enough or the technology was very complicated. And it was very, very hard until we have to spend out our own money to have some new technology toe have classes to be accessed online. John. Thank you So much for your call. And good luck with you and your family this semester, and Ron Chow Chang. He really He really laid out the complexity of the situation and the decision making and the threats coming from different directions, educational threats, viral threats..
"hilary swank" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Dirt alert up to the minute entertainment and pop culture News heard at the top of every hour on my talk. 1071. Yeah, that's really great. Could you please tell us what's going on? Paris Hilton, speaking out about Britney Spears is conservatorship in a new interview with the Sunday Times, saying that it quote breaks my heart, so he'll recently spoke about her own childhood trauma that she faced and she's opening up in her new documentary. This is Paris, where she described her time at Provo. The provost school in Utah. She said she was verbally and emotionally abused, and Britney has been under conservatorship since 2008 and so Paris saying that it's sad and it's probably hard that Bernie is being treated like a child. And canneries revealed that the one roll that got away from him was Wolverine in X men. We could have had a super Quiano. So during an interview with Andy Cohen on watch what happens live Cannon was asked which role he dreamed of playing, and he said, I always wanted to play Wolverine. Now his costar in Bill and Ted Alex, Winter said It wasn't too late. So it's you know, you could dream Quiano, you khun Dream. And finally live with Kelly and Ryan is heading back to its New York City studio is gonna have to leave Mystique. Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest will reunite in person to host their morning show next month season 33 of Live debut September 7th or having a Labor Day cookout with Hilary Swank. And Brett Eldredge. If you want to stop by, right, well, that's all the dirt this hour for more. Check out my took 1071 dot com for download them. I talk up. Thanks for alerting us my talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71. Here We are. Wednesday. Laurie and Julia the third hour of today's program here, in my talk, 1071 everything in her team and we're screaming at my talk 1071 dot com. You also find us on my talk app. And it's Wednesday and we got a game to get Teo. Shall we say? Do you know what the name of the game is? Yes. What is half cultures? Jeopardy? Yes. You just wrote it. Hello. Even though I'd never really make you answer in the form of a question way we used to know Julie. Are he never.
"The hunt. It's a mix of a social satire. Maybe updating the Classic Tale Most Dangerous Game Betty Gilpin is crystal for a long time. I've played characters. Who are kind of supportive wife for supportive girlfriend while the man gets to go the the crazy monster whose unleashed and You know has oceans inside him and like you can't get in there you don't know what's going on in there and just sort of being like. Hey Okay I'll make you some tea. I think you know so many women are like wait but I feel that other thing I feel like I could throw a chair through a window to or I feel like a hundred different people during a day as well. I don't feel like I've got a blow out and I'm waiting in a doorway. Strangely this character came to me Much easier than A lot of housewife with laundry basket and supportive smile so far so good with a strong woman character and speaking of strong women here is Oscar. Winner Hilary Swank. So my character. Athena is a woman who I feel has pulled herself up from her her bootstraps she Grew Up. I think in a very particular way I am. I making it. That kind of a lower socioeconomic background and she didn't let her way. She didn't let that stop her from achieving everything she wanted in life and because of that she believes anyone else can do that and that's kind of her narcissism right because we don't all handle our situations the same way but she feels if I did it anyone could do it and so she treats other people Who aren't using words properly or spelling properly or really holding themselves to a higher standard in a way that is kind of like beneath her and kind of look down on them but I think that she worked really hard to get where she is and so when it's taken from her it reminds her of her greatest fear is that she could be back where she wants started. Justin Hartley from this is us in small. Bill is big Game Shane. So I read this. It's a fun read. I remember I I got this. I was like well. That's a really fun read. And it's one of those things where you know for me as outlandish as it seemed at certain times in kind of like just gory. At times and kind of Far out there. There's also this sort of eerie kind of feeling that I got after I read it. That didn't seem to FA- I mean didn't seem too far fetched which kind of scared me a little bit. Damon Lindelof is the writer producer of the hunt. I think that at the end of the day our intention was to make a movie that everybody could go see that they could see themselves reflected in these characters but also understand that. It was a very heightened version of of these characters that ultimately I. I do think that the movie tries not to take sides but it's also impossible not to root for the people who are being shot at the entire time and I think that our broader sense of things have gotten very extreme and this movie feels like ridiculous on many different levels. But the scariest part of this movie is that. Is it that ridiculous? Don't we believe in some things in the conspiracy world that are just as absurd as what we just saw unfold here and at the end of the day the hunters and the hunted are of specific political affiliations but we tried not to get overtly political but at the same time code the movie so that you kind of knew? Who was who we hope that liberals will be able to laugh at themselves? That's one of the hardest things for for liberals to do as a liberal. I don't like being the butt of the joke and I actually feel like although politic my political ideology is vastly different in many ways from conservatives. They are just might have a much better sense of humor about it about the whole thing which I think is commendable and the movie tries to reflect that idea as well and the producer for bloom. House is Jason Blum. The Hunt is an amazing story about first impressions. And how wrong they are. It's very political and I'm very political. It doesn't take sides but But it does point out that we're all quick judge and I include myself in that and I loved that about about the hunt. I also love that. It's really it's centered around too strong female characters. That's really that's really. Who Anchors the movie and? I think the time is right for an action. Movie starring women. Social media plays a very important part in the hunt because the hunt is about quick impressions wrong and one of the I think the big the big downfalls of social media is that you get these little get information in little bits and pieces and that causes people to go crazy and get angry and most of the time MIS misunderstand things or misinterpret each other and the hunt is about a lot of things but that's one of the main things that it's about look to make sure the hunt is playing at theater near you as we move on from this crazy. Pandemic the corona virus for bite. This is Tony Taylor.
"hilary swank" Discussed on AP News
"Of merry pres has been proposed for some areas of the world AP correspondent coal Winfield reports pope Francis has kept quiet on it the pope is avoiding the question of whether married men should be ordained as priests to address the priest shortage in the Amazon he has avoided the issue all together eagerly anticipated document on the Amazon instead he's focusing on the environmental concerns on the and just your date that had been committed against the indigenous peoples of the Amazon and how the church can better minister to them universal pictures will release the social satire the hunt of film it canceled after criticism about its promise of a lease hunting people for sport in red states a trailer announcing the film's March thirteenth release date presents the elites hunting regular people as a conspiracy theory star Hilary Swank doesn't one point that it wasn't real amid images of shootings explosions and other violence the trailer includes the line the most talked about movie of the year is one nobody's seen yet in August universal pictures canceled a September release for the hunt after criticism including from president trump the president without mentioning the film by name so it was intended to inflame and cause chaos printer employees to see about the standard poodle owns the ring to win the Westminster dog show in New York Tuesday night a piece of Julie Walker reports it came against a fan favorite even with the crowd at Madison Square Garden chanting for a popular golden retriever the statuesque ciba strut it off with best in show adorned with black possum pom poms a three year old see what was the absolute picture of what many see as the epitome of a show dog not everyone share that view is judge bobsleigh study cheap in the best of seven final ring up band shouted out No Way slay no way but he voted for her anyway the Westminster winner receives no prize money in a sport where owners can spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on their dog Julie Walker in New York I'm Jacki journey general William Barr will sit down next month with house Democrats who have questions about the lowered sentencing recommendations for.
"hilary swank" Discussed on KCRW
"Hi my name is Hilary Swank I'm an architect now I Andy shin I think keeping stories American storytellers medium TV writers directors of our union going back to nineteen thirty three that cover the struggle trying to secure stable employment fair wages history labor and capitalism in twenty three United States and not to mention the McCarthyism fifteen the writer is really hard have you ever been a member Hollywood jail during that period workers right I'm the only one in America right American the blacklist and coming up again freedom of speech is a great guy again the motion a center in our historical material the more and the common thread people and work and other night in my job and to highlight the needy people need new one you're listening to the keepers from the kitchen sisters and P. R. X..
"hilary swank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One else Hey this is Trevor Noah hi am Hilary Swank in this is Q. and you're listening to Q. and you're listening to Q. Hey Molly has sent in for Tom power and this year one of the greatest novelists alive took a classic book that you might remember from high school let me use that as a starting point for his new novel salmon Rushdie's book he shot was nominated for the Booker prize you're gonna hear why he thinks we're living in the age of anything can happen why that's not always a good thing and why he wanted to write a story that parodies that idea a bit later on you can hear whether twenty tens with a decade Canadian artists stop saying sorry either connect from CDC arts came to that conclusion when he created an enormous map of the past ten years in pop culture all that and much more coming up on Q. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer president trump is at his Mar a Lago resort in Florida but that has not stopped him from tweeting attacks on Democrats and making demands about a likely Senate trial in the new year is NPR's timbre Keith explains as impeachment as ramped up so is the president's quarter missives president trump has always tweeted a lot and the tweet volume increased in the fall as his call with Ukrainian president grew into a full blown political scandal but in the past two weeks trump blasted out more Twitter messages the net any other time in his presidency and it wasn't even close there were two hundred and ninety eight tweets and re tweets in the week ending December twenty second and four hundred and sixteen tweets and re tweets the week before that works out to an average of more than fifty tweets today Twitter allows trump to bypass the media filter and speak to his supporters directly and at times his tweets have gotten the breaking news treatment on cable further amplifying his talking points Tamar Keith NPR news health officials in Miami say two more people have contracted dengue in the area NPR's Greg Allen reports as related in part to travel from Latin America which is having a record year for dengue Yankee is spread by mosquitoes it causes flu like symptoms along with muscle and joint pain in severe cases it can lead to death health officials in Miami Dade County see the two new locally acquired dengue cases appear to be linked to a traveler who contracted the disease abroad that brings the total number of cases in Miami the fourteen for the year the most important since two thousand thirteen Ford health department says nearly four hundred people this your contracted dengue while traveling abroad mostly in Latin America and the Caribbean we're nearly three million cases have been reported Greg Allen NPR news Miami the FAA says it has received more documents from Boeing about the development of flight software on the troubled seven thirty seven Max more from NPR's Martin costly the new batch of doc comments first reported by The Seattle Times reportedly includes more text messages by mark Fortner one of the pilots who tested the flight control software that's now being blamed for two fatal crashes the exact contents of the new messages are not known yet but in other messages released earlier this year for Kerr had called the flight softwares behavior egregious Boeing is still struggling to convince the FAA to let the seven thirty seven Max fly again even as the justice department conducts a criminal investigation into the plane's development in an effort to signal a fresh start blowing fired its CEO yesterday Martin Costi NPR news Seattle shares of ride sharing company uber rose more than one percent today on news exceed your Travis Kalanick will resign from the board next week secondly severing ties with the company he co founded a decade ago comic was ousted as CEO over the summer of two thousand seventeen he was accused presiding over workplace culture that allowed rampant sexual harassment this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York I'm John Carlson the attorney for a pawn shop operator arrested after the Jersey city shootings is calling for the man's release on bail on that Heidi has been jailed since his arrest he's been charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm but has been charged with providing any weapons to the Jersey city shooters bodies phone number was found in the pocket of one of two attackers who killed four people in Jersey city attorney Robert style told the Associated Press today his client should be released on bail because the note is the only connection between his client and the shooters when your time's reports that the number of Chinese restaurants is dwindling in New York SO W. in my seat wanted to know what does this mean for Jews on Christmas day Matt Katz reports like so many American Jews Stephen Goldstine a fifty six year old rabbinical student grew up going to Chinese restaurants on Christmas to this day he orders chicken Chow main with crispy noodles on top that's what my there we are weak Jewish grandparents day when we went out with them on Christmas day in Flatbush smokeless but Goldstine says the tradition is changing as more Jews celebrate Christmas with friends and non Jewish spouses and more people are realizing that other kinds of Asian restaurants Thai Indian are also deliciously open on Christmas for the rest of tonight mostly clear lows in the mid thirties for tomorrow Christmas day should be sunny through the day the high will reach about forty four in the afternoon tomorrow partly cloudy tomorrow night low thirty.
Universal Cancels 'The Hunt' Film Release After Mass Shootings
"Today universal pictures is not going to release its latest film following the recent mass shootings in Gilroy el Paso in Dayton the hunt is an R. rated film in which a dozen individuals wake up in a clearing and realize they're being stalked for sport the source of the Comcast owned studio told The Hollywood Reporter the decision not to release the picture starring Hilary Swank and Betty Gilpin quote was a tough call for the company but ultimately it was about making the right decision and
"hilary swank" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Woman Hilary Swank is at the center of it all it's basically the hunger games this show is a hungry again this movie the hunger games it's just that they put deplorable says the victims and the killers are aren't liberal so what happened in the hunger games any remember who who are the villains in the hunger games no I understand children are not the villains right movie it's the adults the subject them to that Scrushy aiding adventure yeah I still think though that I don't know I I don't think this is a good idea at all as a lot of problems with this let's go Britain staffers gonna have a different opinion here Frank a morning it is a disgusting movie here yeah I thought about it but also doesn't talk about the hypocrisy of taking big jets and everything else and go get the whole new green you deal that they're trying to push on us as well see there you go see some branches delving into with the way you would like I agree I think that so far it just sounds like a bunch of callous liberal hypocrites but the only people who see the hypocrisy or the deplorable do you think liberal see the hypocrisy in taking jets to go to was a summit somewhere on the green new deal no they don't do it all the time here's the thing that deck that catches me I can maybe it maybe or be totally right I don't know I'm just waiting to see what this movie actually looks like but I'm I'm withholding judgment is one thing but I don't think a lot of liberals have really reckon with the endgame of their rhetoric that's what I'm trying to say so when you start calling people bigots and racists and even if you don't believe it but you're just using it to score cheap political points what's the end state of that kind of rhetoric when you you'll you'll start treating people like they're not humans you'll start seeing people terribly so maybe this will be maybe this will be a way to throw it in their face to be like look at the end game of what you're advocating and they'll look at you go it's just a movie up Paul in camp springs Paul good morning you're on mornings on the mall Hey good morning so I have a comment I like to ask what with congressman I think his name was please stay shot at the ballpark yes but we what we say about the I think he was haunted and just the same fashion that movie described the nominal point and look at how Steve Scalise shooting for the most part was not treated the way it would have been treated if that were a Republican or a trump supporter who went out and shot out of the Democrats when they were practicing for the ballgame yeah with the connection to trump would've been touted on the front page of every paper the connection to Sanders was quietly hidden now this is interesting because what Paul just suggested I'm glad Paul brought it up it works against my theory on in this in this way that was a real like shooting yes that really happened and we didn't see a bunch of liberal rag inning with their with their rhetoric as a result so that that does work against my there I just don't think they have the capacity I I just don't think they do eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five was good and in Gaithersburg morning at good morning I think that.
"hilary swank" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Few more songs, and we're going to get Hillary swing on the line. Great actress Oscar winner. In fact, double Oscar winner. And now she's got a new movie over on Netflix. That looks really interesting. I m mother back to get the scoop from Hilary swank and ten and tight on Maya fat. Friends. Gets thrown. Them to ask you. Know. To ask you. The people that. Doc, through just because we take the guns at the door doesn't change from ten grenades. Sitting next to you think gonna get this sitting next to you after all. B's. Don't fall. We don't deal with outside Barry. Well, they say new garments for certain smell. Yeah. Trust issues not to mention day, same. They can smell your intentions..
"hilary swank" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast
"Also, encourage you to check out my other podcast called around the world in eighties movies covering, of course, films of the nineteen eighties, including movies that influence the film. I'm going to be reviewing today on this podcast. Today's film is called. I am it's a movie that play that Sundance earlier in the year, twenty nineteen and is now currently streaming on Netflix. It's a science fiction, film that has elements of, I guess, many other Sean res-, but primarily, it's a science fiction film. It is not rated, but I would probably rated PG. Thirteen it does have violence and brief instance of strong language the run time is an hour and fifty three minutes. Clara regard is the main star. Hilary swank also appears in the supporting role. Rose Byrne provides her voice here, Luke hawker provides his body. The director is grants Batori, and the screenplay credited to Michael Lloyd. Green? I am mother.
"hilary swank" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Thank you, God. And he's any lost a lot of weight. But now he's doing very very well. I wanna buy no. Let me just let anybody know, right now all this noise in the background the horses are being paid. They're being watered. And so we are literally live in the dressing room for these horses. If you hear these noises but when you get back to my story, I was writing star fire Bareback riding Bareback now because he's gained so much weight. He's a big fat little pony. It's awesome. And we're riding twilight and I saw your truck. I saw the Wells Fargo truck, and I'm like, oh, the Wells Fargo horses are here and I look and ride the past. I saw these four boys, and they were just standing next to each other with their blankets, and their little, what is it called, slickly slid, Dila slinky's on? And they were just standing there like this is a very nice pastor. We're having a very good time here. So I just want to let everybody know that's how I found out. I was so excited, again, David less than twenty four hours later. I'm here talking with you. Thank you. You're very welcome on, you know, it's an honored to be here, and it's in the main thing is like I said, these horses come I, I mean, that's the bottom line. And I do not coop them up panel them up when we're done with an event, stables will always ask. Oh, I suppose you want box. Or do you have a paddock many chance with a little run because that's what I want. I want my horses free spirited enjoying it as much as I do. I want them to see the sun as much as I do right now tonight, four AM wake up call. We got out here tonight about five o'clock to get the horses in day. No. Now it's. Show business right there now getting ready. They're like, oh, I think. Early there. They got their nice beautiful stalls all bedded forum than the morning until morning. And when they get washed, the lay down tonight, have a good rest, we leave out of here for him. And we will see Raleigh North Carolina like never before, and we never missed one and we're always early. And that's what we want to be always a little early because we have a very big truck and ain't nothing like a big class classy truck and horses coming in, we're one of the largest units there. So we always have to make sure we got plenty of room and I don't want to bother anybody else. I don't care if the other guy has a small car or a little, y again, he's just as important in that prayed is we are. So what I need to do is get their little earlier. So I don't bother anybody else and take up all the road for the others to come. Right. Right. I'm just so excited that this is this truly is is show. Business isn't it? It is. And my, my our listeners also know that on my show. I'm back to just the whole big picture here. I've interviewed Hilary swank Louis Gossett junior Ryan, O'Neal closely to a major kademi award-winning stars. But I wanna tell you I saw these horses. I was like. I was so star. You know what I saw your checking and I read up to this is so much fun for an animal lover. There's a bomb. They are they are to bomb. Anyway. Let's take another break. And we will be back in just just a minute..
"hilary swank" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"So a long way toward proving my point now more bay on this somewhat interesting in our bumper rotation is a forty year old song. And I have for rotation is a forty year old song. And I have noted it practically every time. It comes up in the rotation. It's prison called an ancient on Kuessel by an Italian artist named. Sellin tunnel. Yeah. Riano O'Sullivan Tahoe. What it turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song? I'm wondering how wide an NPR ever hear about this. I know that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they actually every time it comes up in the rotation. It's prison called an ancient on Kuessel by an Italian artist named. Sellin tunnel. Yeah. Edry on O'Sullivan Tahoe. What it turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song? I'm wondering how and why did NPR ever hear about this? Now, I know that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they occasionally translate this program for the NPR audience. So that NPR audience members could know what? Conservatism sounds like I'm wondering if they heard me play the tune in the bumper rotation and talk about it, and they went out and looked it up. I I became aware of the song. It was played in one of these. It was a TV show. Forget the network on the kidnapping of J Paul Getty's grandson. And Hilary swank is playing the okay..
"hilary swank" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Sellin tunnel. Yeah. Adriana selling tunnel. What it turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song? I'm wondering how and why did NPR ever hear about this? I know that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they occasionally translate this program for the NPR audience. So that NPR audience members could know what? Conservatism sounds like I'm wondering if they heard me play the tune in the bumper rotation and talk about it, and they went out and looked it up. I I became aware of the song. It was played in one of these. It was a TV show. Forget the network on the kidnapping of J Paul Getty's grandson. And Hilary swank is playing the mother of the kidnapped kid, and she's in some little Italian matchbox car driving around Rome in the song is on the radio. And I said, whoa. What is that always looking for bumper music? And the the close captioning shows aimed it is what I did. I got because the close captioning. Had this weird looking word. There was no way. That it was accurate. I thought so I. And it and I came up with the song. So we set about finding it. And there's a history behind it. Adriaan? Oh. Selling tano? Had major tough time learning English. He just couldn't learn it. He thought it was the weirdest oddest language. So he recorded a song. That is supposed to be what English sounds like two people who don't speak it. It's forty years old this week. I think is the anniversary of the song. It was a huge hit in Italy. And nowhere else. And he sings it and the lyrics mean nothing, he literally ad-lib this. And just created lyrics words sounds. They're not even any words in this thing. And I wanted to this play it share a little bit of because I find it fascinating. That this is what this guy claims English sounds like. To him. Let me try hitting the slave holding him holding what version of this? Do you have? Okay. Mr. engineer what version of?.