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Fresh update on "hollywood" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:52 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hollywood" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"And this story it also involves members of the Hollywood Carol and political elite. Yeah, names you will definitely know. Coming up and inside look at one of the most powerful and secretive consulting firms on the planet. We're talking about McKinsey and company. You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek, this is Bloomberg. What I know about Kirk. But I'm asking for my own beyond text to support albeit ocean. Palace report albeit in the ocean obviously sport punta com diagonal careers. Bridge, I learned from my adoptive mom. She said sometimes you just gotta hold on, and no we'll get through this

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How Emilio Estevez Got One up on Alec Baldwin

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:43 min | 1 d ago

How Emilio Estevez Got One up on Alec Baldwin

"So Demi Moore though, you were you did wisdom with the Demi Moore. We were engaged. Yeah, that's what I thought. Yeah. No? No, I'm just kidding. No, but I'll tell you. But there's an Alec Baldwin component to this. This is in your new movie? And Alec doesn't even know this. Alex and his latest film does not know this story. Uh oh. Oh. Juicy castle. Do not use this clip. Alec Baldwin does not know the truth of how he came to be known by me. And that is, there was a bunch of us. There was a group of us. It was, you know, Tom Cruise and Sean Penn and so we were all up for the same roles and we, you know, we'd fight it out in some way would get the offer and someone would be in waiting. If that person passed, then you'd step in and we were all sort of kind of interchangeable for a moment. Along comes Alec Baldwin. Right. He's 6 foot something. He's not fucking ridiculously handsome. He's a wonderful actor. And the whole town is abuzz. All your hearing is Alec Baldwin Alec Baldwin. You and Tom Cruise are out slamming tequila. He's a dick. He's too tall. Right. So, Demi and I are engaged. She has a, she's living in a little bungalow that she owns in West Hollywood, and she has to go to the dentist and leaves me a home alone at her house. I sort of for, you know, for the afternoon. Right. Do you remember the days when we used to have the little phone answering machines and had the volume up? Oh, so you could hear it. Of screen calls. Hi. It's Alec Baldwin. Oh, I love this story. Go ahead. The phone rings. The volume's on. Hello to me. It's Alec Baldwin. And he's going on. And I don't know what. I don't know what the relationship is after that point. But I'm her fiance. Did you pick it up? It's Emilio. No. No, no, no. No? No, no. No. I walked over to the machine and I said, interesting. Alec Baldwin just called interesting. Huh. Erase. I hit the erase. And I felt like I had just given him some right hook, a cold cocktail. I knocked out a moment flat he's out overly tall. Done. To this day, I don't know if she ever heard the message or he ever called back.

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Fresh update on "hollywood" discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:23 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hollywood" discussed on The Tech Guy

"Where do you stand on the Christmas music thing? Do you play the old stuff? Like this morning, I turn it on because after Thanksgiving, you can play Chris. And you play the old stuff, the Brenda Lee rocket around the Christmas tree, or do you play the Mariah Carey new stuff? Yeah, I think the old stuff is imprinted on us. Even though it's terrible music, sky, it's not. Scott Wilkinson is, how would you know Scott, you play the tuba for Christmas? I do play the tuba for Christmas, and we play all the old hits. Yeah, you have to. Nobody knows the new stuff anyway, right? That's right. That's right. And tuba Christmas is a sing along thing. So the audience sings along and they know all the basic carols. I brought Scott back because we forgot to plug tuba Christmas and it's next weekend, right? It's next weekend. It's a week from tomorrow, Sunday, December 4th, 3 p.m. in LA, any listeners in LA. It's a free concert. You don't need a ticket. You don't need to sign up or anything. Just show up. It's at the hall of liberty. Which is a beautiful concert hall on the grounds of forest lawn cemetery. Hollywood Hills. All right. So we're not going to bother anybody there because they're going to play them. How many tubes are there in tuba Christmas? Normally there's a hundred plus over a hundred tubas playing. You've never heard

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A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:19 min | 2 d ago

A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight

"Michael viner was the owner of dove publishing. He had a number of decent books that came out in the 90s, the most famous one was you'll never make love in this town again. And when I was dating Jermaine Jackson's ex-wife, Margaret Maldonado. She was working for him at the time, but for Michael viner. And one day she sneaked me in early copy of this salacious book, and no one had seen it yet, Margaret got the proofs and begged me not to show or tell anyone about it. I said, no, no, I won't. I'm not going to write about it. I just want to read it myself, okay? So I go back to the hotel or wherever I was and start reading this book and the proofs and maybe two years ago, I read a couple of the more filthy chapters on this show. The book contains a bunch of stories written by three prostitutes and one actress about this sexual encounters with a bunch of different Hollywood celebrities. There was a Robin and Liza grier, Linda Hammond, and Alexandra daddy. And inside are all these lurid tales of what these girls discovered while having sex with the likes of Nicholson Warren Beatty, Don Henley, Bruce Willis, Robert Evans, John Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, on and on. And a very, very detailed stories. Whether they're all true or not, I don't know. It's just the horrors point of view. So my jaw was on the floor when I started reading this. A couple of days later, I'm at Evans house for one of his great get togethers. Robert Shapiro, Geraldo Rivera, Jacqueline bessette, Beverly Johnson, Neil sedaka, a lot of luminaries in addition to the dynamic to all of Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, who are always at Evans house back in the 90s, and now I have all this information inside me bursting out and I don't know that Jack Warren and bob know about this. And then my eyes couldn't believe what I was seeing. The publisher Michael Weiner walks into the party. And he lived a few doors down from heaven, so it kind of made sense, but I know all this information from the book he published and I grabbed Margaret and I go, what the fuck is he doing here? She's like, what's the big deal? I go, he's publishing a book about what a few hookers have to say about a few of the men at this party. But balls on this guy,

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Fresh update on "hollywood" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:18 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hollywood" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I love handicap racing. And I think it did a lot for the sport. And not only made parody in the race, but it also gave an opportunity for great horses to do a great thing, which is carry a lot of weight and still dominate the foregoing Kelso. The air is a little guys used to always talk about as the weight they carry when they won the races, doctor baker. And you know, that's just gotten, they've gotten away from it. I don't like it. It also gave horses that needed a break to step up and have a chance to win a steak. I love handicap racing. I understand why they're going away, there's always controversy around any chapter. It didn't matter what race it was. Somebody was always complaining about having too much weight or somebody else having not enough weight left up to the handicappers, but I even think that was fun. I always liked that stuff. I wish there were more handicap races. There's something sexy about handicapped horses, the horses that were lugging, you know, sometimes up more than 20 pounds more than their opponents and then they would, you know, this is going back to the glory that those old glory days when these horses would still win. And you know, they became endeared to the racing public, the fans, they fell in love with these horses because winning a race is one thing. It's hard enough to do that, but with that much extra weight on their backs and then their opponents, it really, really made for, you know, that popularized a lot of these horses and they became, you know, it was time went on, they became legend legends. And yeah, I can see why they don't do it anymore. I mean, racing secretaries have a tough enough job as it is to assign these weights, but, you know, to go back to the throwback days when they did it, it was really kind of a glorious time, I thought. Yeah. Everybody thinks about farmers about it. Everybody thinks about doctor fager and some of the names you guys already mentioned forgo and Seabiscuit and even Damascus for that matter. You know, you think about a firm though, a firm carried a hundred and 32 pounds in 19 79 when he won the Hollywood gold cup, and even cigar, more recently in 1996, he carried a 130 130 pounds and back to back races that year. So we've seen it a little bit more recently and we see it with the fall highway, but it's still not the same as what we used to have with the handicap races. With Kelso, and during his career, he carried a hundred and 30 or more pounds 24 times the one 13 of them. Often I still love the line of the legendary turf writer Joe hirsch. He wrote that once upon a time, there was a horse named Kelso. He said, but only once. I mean, that said, that said it all about Kelso and it was that horse was just an iron horse and the other ones like Fargo and doctor fayed Damascus. We'll never see the likes of those kind of horses again because horses face that they don't carry added weight like that multiple times during their career anymore. Nope. So back on Europe. Yep, it really is. And I do think personally, I think it was better when racing had those handicapping handicap races as part of it. All right, moving on to one question today. Shoot, go ahead, Tim. Being a trainer. A horse carrying a lot more weight. How much of a burden is that on an animal? You know who told me the best line about that. I think it's a big burden for a horse of a tooth. But Steve asked me to tell me the best plan. He said when he was a bug or he was a bug boy in light and rat and it would work gorgeous for his father. He never lost a work. When he gained weight and quit riding and he got heavy, he never won another work. And you know, he's a stickler for weight. And I think that it matters. Especially going long and handicapped races. You know, the last thing to say about this. You know, all sports need parody. And that was another way of giving parity. You would have gotten more horses to run against a horse like flight line if they're carrying one 18. He's carrying one 32. And it had been interesting to see if you loaded him up with white, he still won. But like we said, can you put more weight on our sternal work? No, I don't. I like light riders and work for safety issues for the horse. So I think that it's a lot easier on them to get a lot more done with a lot less stress if you use a light rider. So does everybody know Sammy works in 90% of mine, she weighs 92 pounds. Right. Yeah. Yeah. How about this? The Hall of Fame Philly Thai we won the fall highway in both 1969 and 1970, when she won it in 1970, she carried a 140 pounds. She gave up 19 pounds to the runner up. In this year's race, you have factor it in and run in son of a gun who are co high weights, both carrying a 132 pounds. They're only giving up 9 pounds to the horse carrying the lowest weight in the race, one 23, and that's 30 to one long shot Bezos. So you can't even compare the fall highway from what we saw back in the late 60s and early 70s to what it is today. A whole different era. All right, moving on to this week's edition of right or wrong to welcome in our good friend Nick zito to help us with this segment.

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Chump Change: A Little Know Rags to Riches Movie That's Worth a Watch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:34 min | 2 d ago

Chump Change: A Little Know Rags to Riches Movie That's Worth a Watch

"Chump change, not that I'm promoting a movie, I was in. It's in one of those movies you can't find too readily somewhere, you probably have to order it. I'm not telling you to order it, but it is a funny, it's a red to rich's comedy. Based on the director and star and writer, Steve burrows, who it's his actual experiences while writing the screenplay in Los Angeles, and he decides the only way to come back as an actor is to fake his own death, then make a glorious return. But before that idea pans out, this happened in real life. He goes on wheel of fortune, the game show. And wrote about it. He wrote a screenplay by being on wheel of fortune. And then Merv Griffin heard about the screenplay, which was making the rounds and merv of course on world of fortune. He was like, you can't write about wheel of fortune. I'm suing you. Or a cease and desist. And that got big play around Hollywood circles. Merv Griffin's suing screenwriter for using wheel of fortune story. And because of the heat on that, people then want it to hire Steve burrows to write a script. It's so sick this town. And because Hollywood is Hollywood, Steve burrows became a hot ticket as an up and coming screenwriter. A studio hired him to write a script about what happened. He writes the script and he's championed by myself and Fred Willard as his agent and manager. Or manager and agent respectfully. And we give him incessant notes on how to write it better, like as if we know, and Steve burrows let us improvise a bit his writing was great, but he let us go off of page a little bit and allow me to say some crazy shit. He's a try, try, let's see if it works. And at one point in one of my scenes, I gave him notes on his latest script revision, and I said something dumb like, I don't know, it feels like there's too much typing in this spot. Real stupid shit. But he loved it. After all the notes he got, he couldn't sell the script, you know what he does. He goes back to the original script that nobody wanted, the first script, the studio saw, and then they go, now you got it. This is exactly the way the script's supposed to be. This is like Hollywood is. It's insane. Okay? This is what happens. So it's a true story, by the way, this really happened to him. And it really gives you an insider's perspective of stardom and show business. Struggling actor leaves Hollywood and returns to his hometown in Wisconsin where he meets a girl, Tracy lords, and he regales it with his tales of his shell business, highs and lows, and boy, do I know that well?

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Tupac: The Black Leader We Need

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:03 min | 3 d ago

Tupac: The Black Leader We Need

"Tupac, the last three albums he recorded, two of them have so much to do with him talking about his mortality. And there were a ton of examples. The video for the song Iron Man at gets to me because it depicts him getting shot and going to heaven. And that was recorded just weeks before his death. And you've heard me say that beyond his work in the studio or on a Hollywood set, I'm absolutely no doubt that he would be the single most important figure in black society today. I mean, he would be the one who put together a Black Lives Matter movement that made a difference, but his wouldn't have been corrupt and Marxist. Tupac would have absolutely been the black guy with the business sense and the street Cred, not to mention the charm and the generosity and the empathy to walk into the oval offices of every president from Clinton to Bush to Obama to Trump even Biden and get shit done.

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America Is Fat

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:58 min | 3 d ago

America Is Fat

"Beginning of Vinnie torn riches, PragerU video that is up this week titled America is fat, but you don't have to be. Get fit. My answer is, fit to be what? A power lifter, a marathon runner, or maybe you want to look good, feel good or just know everything works. I've been a personal trainer for 40 years. I've trained Hollywood celebrities. Captains of industry stay at home moms and ultra athletes. I've trained post surgical clients, overweight children, and obese adults. I've seen health diet and exercise fads come and go. But three things endure, three behaviors that must be repeated, day after day, to get fit, stay healthy and earn the spot on what I like to call the fitness middle class. What is the fitness middle class? Look at a picture from Woodstock, 1969. I challenge you to find ten overweight people are ten bodybuilders. They extremes just aren't there. Every one looks trim, that is, or was the fitness middle class. All right, so that's a great example of what I'm asking Vinny. So what happened? Yeah, well, several things happened. We moved inside, right? The industrial revolution ended at some point. We weren't outside working. We weren't getting sunlight, which is one of the three things I talked about in the video. We weren't on our seat. We sit around. I mean, I get sick and for kids today. I see them. Even when I go to the gym, I do not have a gym at home. I go out to the public gym. And I look around and in between sets, these kids will sit as long as 5, 6, 7 minutes, slumped over looking at a phone. That's a problem.

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The Rude Pundit Weighs in on Trumps Twitter Return

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:23 min | 5 d ago

The Rude Pundit Weighs in on Trumps Twitter Return

"Good morning. Hi. I think you summed it up best. You said, let's face it. Anyone who supports Donald Trump doing anything is just a human being. Thank you. Oh, yeah. That's in response to, you know, weird Elon letting him back on Twitter. And if people are going, I support this. No, no, don't support it for anything. Unless it's like for sitting in a prison cell and facing the walls for the rest of his life. And I support. Yeah. So far, that's a big bag of rats, right? So Elon did some fake poll. It's like, oh, the people have spoken. He's back on and Trump's like, I'm not going back and I had my Jude social. You can't legally. Big bag of rats. Yeah. So for now. Early on that, before we let anybody on, we're going to have to look at it. We're going to have to, you know, they were going to have a group, get together and talk about it. No, no, he just let the bots decide. Yeah, no, exactly. AOC said, I don't know, man. Last time he was here this platform was used to incite an insurrection multiple people died. The vice president of the United States was nearly assassinated and hundreds were injured, but I guess that's not enough for you to answer the question. Twitter poll it is. I mean, you know, and the Kanye's back on and he just tweeted shalom with a smiley face. So that means ignore the antisemitism. Right. Yes, and apparently he's decorated his house for a Hanukkah. So speaking for the Jews, I just like to say do you speak for the Jews? You know what? Whenever I feel like it, you know, I'm kind of dewy. I'm up. For everybody else. I think that should be my mom was Jewish. I was raised Jewish. I officially should be your tagline, the rude pundit. Kind of dewy. Yeah, you said funny. What does my Hollywood money? Exactly. We asked George Charles directly for money when he came on this show when he said no. No. Yeah. Seems like you get credit for giving me a lot of money already. You might as well. You actually said funny, I thought of woke mob was supposed to kill Twitter and cancel culture, but it was capitalism and stupidity all along. I don't think I've ever seen anyone other than Donald Trump blow up a business this fast, right? Yeah. Yeah. No, no, it's really kind of a thing of beauty. And I mean, you know, I like Twitter a lot. I haven't met a lot of people on Twitter. I use it, but you know, if it goes, I think my work productivity is going to go up exponentially. It is a time suck. And I would just like to say, I think Mastodon and I are going to have a couple of problems because I have it so that my tweets show up on Mastodon and apparently they took down a tweet where I said FU to libs of TikTok. Oh boy. I was like, eh, Mastodon. We're going to have to have a talk. Some people are making some great points I thought, rude. Jeff tedrick said long off, are you kidding me? Trump's tweets as he gets indicted are going to be off the hook. Pass the popcorn. I mean, that's the other thing. He will start whether it's true social or they will be able to Jack Smith willing to use those because they always can. As evidence, right? Yeah. It's just like it's like if you told someone something and you know, you brought them in and questioned them and said, yeah, Trump told me this. Yeah. You're listening to me for free right now, and that's awesome because more and more things aren't free right now. I mean, think about

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Disney taps ex-CEO Bob Iger to return, set strategy

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Disney taps ex-CEO Bob Iger to return, set strategy

"Former Walt Disney CEO bob Iger is returning to the company The Walt Disney Company has tapped eiger to return to head the company for two years after firing his successor bob chapek in a move that's stunned the entertainment industry chapek is out after Disney posted lower than expected earnings in the last quarter Hollywood's creative community had complained about JPEGs cost cutting measures and sometimes blunt approach to talent while theme park regulars were unhappy with price hikes eiger has issued a statement saying he's thrilled to return and he says he's extremely optimistic about Disney's future I'm John a water

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Candace Cameron Bure Reveals the Reason She Quit Hallmark

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:51 min | Last week

Candace Cameron Bure Reveals the Reason She Quit Hallmark

"The actor Candace Cameron beret is facing backlash now why would an actress face backlash? What did she do? Did she make some anti you name it comment? What did she do did she say men do not give birth? Which can definitely get you. Blacklisted, fun can use the term in Hollywood. No, let's find out. She's facing backlash following her recent comments about her new TV project that she said will prioritize portraying traditional marriage. That is bad news. Cameron bure, 46th, the former full House star showing you ever watch full House. And yes, you did too. All of you did, good. I'm sorry. Oh, you went to school with her? Wow. Made the remarks in a recently published interview with The Wall Street Journal magazine, a reporter asked whether great American family, the new cable network she joined after she left the hallmark channel this year, would feature same sex couples as leads in Hollywood movies. According to the journal, Cameron beret said, no. I think that great American family will keep traditional marriage at the core, she told the magazine. On its social media pages, great American family describes its programming as quote celebrating faith, family and country.

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The California Governor's Wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Testified About How Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Raped Her

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

The California Governor's Wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Testified About How Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Raped Her

"Another day of cross examination for one of Harvey Weinstein's most prominent accusers Embellishment or clarification it was the focus of a series of questions put to Jennifer siebel Newsom on her second day of cross examination The issue differences between statements that the wife of California's governor made in court against Harvey Weinstein and the accounts given to police and prosecutors about the 2005 encounter that led to rape charges against the Hollywood mogul siebel Newsom holding to her story saying the details she sharing under oath now are more detailed

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On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.

AP News Radio

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.

"On this week's AP religion roundup In the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish schools and houses of worship Hollywood takes a constructive look at anti semitism in America Last week the FBI issued a statewide alert in New Jersey That spurred heightened security at Jewish synagogues and schools Public warnings about threats against Jewish institutions aren't unusual Now TV and film studios are turning their focus toward the uptick in anti semitism We were gonna make Steven Spielberg's semi autobiographical film the fable men's focuses on the director's family and the roots of his film career Fables actor Seth Rogen says he relates closely to the movie segments on anti semitism I'm very aware that the only reason my family is in this country is 'cause people hate Jewish people and we're trying to murder us He says it's shaped his own life and career Honestly I think it is very meaningful that of all the things Stephen could put in his film and focus on his life that he chose to include the story of kind of overcoming antisemitism On the small screen viewers of the calling on the peacock service quickly learned the new show isn't a typical police procedural This job it would be easy to lose faith in humanity Detective Abraham is a scholar of human behavior from his study of philosophy and his orthodox Jewish faith This is not a detective that I've ever ever seen on TV And I also didn't think that will come on TV Actor Jeff wilber spoke to AP about his role as a Torah cloning detective In a Jewish detective was biggest strengths is believing in humanity and this is what leads him to solve the most inhumane crimes Matthew tinker the show's executive producer says he hopes the show will help dispel hate and misunderstanding It's beginning a conversation which at the end of the day is what leads to any acceptance in this world I'm Walter ratliff

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No Modern Actresses Compare to Hedy Lamarr

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

No Modern Actresses Compare to Hedy Lamarr

"Henny Lamar was not just eye candy. She was also a scientist, co inventing an early technique for something called spread spectrum communications, that is the key to many wireless communications in our present day, just what is spectrum communications? Well, I'll get to that. You know how tech savvy I am so I can explain that very simply, but trust me when I say headed Lamar was one smart cookie. And I got a kick out of trying to figure out what actress nowadays could ever have the balls to do the things she did. I haven't found one yet. I know there are actresses who are sexy that want things on their own terms and whether it's a J.Lo or there's plenty of actresses, you know, Salma Hayek at this plenty of actions want things done on their time. But I'm not sure how smart they are, how book smart they are beyond that. It's okay. You can just be an actress when knows what you need for your career. That's fine. But beyond acting, beyond Hollywood, beyond dancing and singing and acting, nobody beats hedy Lamar.

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Was Aaron Carter Denied Life Saving Medical Intervention?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Was Aaron Carter Denied Life Saving Medical Intervention?

"Something I wanted to go up with you today because the more I read about Aaron Carter's death, I'm not shocked by him dying. You know, let's see, as we said the other day, they found aerosol cans in the bedroom and the bathroom, which obviously says that he was huffing, which I said would be part of the death. I also said, one day when we get the reports back, you'll probably find maybe some cocaine, maybe some Xanax, the typical stuff, I don't think fentanyl was involved. I don't think crystal meth was involved. I think his body just got tired of being high. His body got tired of being sick, tired of being tired. You know, a lot of times I listened to people who gave up drugs and their 30s or so Hollywood people like Jimmy Kahn, and I mentioned the story. He was always having a good time for years living at the Playboy mansion. It's the first time I've heard somebody say this because when I listen to him do this interview, I was in the grips of my relationship with that drug. And I'm like, well, how's this end? What the fuck do I do? It's really hard. It's hard to stop doing it. So it becomes such a social part of your everyday life. What do you do? And Jimmy Khan very plainly said, I got tired of being tired, man. I got sick of being sick. And he just went and eventually I did the same thing. But it takes a while. Everybody operates on their own clock, one guy told me, you'll put what you're tired of it. You'll quit when you quit. No one's gonna force you to quit. It's just not the way it goes. And unfortunately, many people are right when they say that. That's why a lot of relationships break down. A lot of marriages break down, and a lot of people die because before they're ready to quit, they do too much and their body gives out. That's what I think happened to Aaron Carter. I don't think we're going to see a whole bunch of drugs in his system. I really don't. I think he'll have the typical ups and downs in there. And with the huffing, it's not good for your heart. And we'll see. But here's what I want to talk about. The fact is that Aaron Carter could have been saved, maybe. Had this house sitter who works there, this mysterious house sitter had allowed in these neighbors across the street who were medically trained. A medically trained couple. She even packed a defibrillator because she heard our police scanner possible dead body. There's a code for that. I think it's 9 27 D and they gave the address and she knew holy shit, that's Aaron's house. And they ran across the street and his house did a wouldn't let them in. 11 o'clock in the morning.

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Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk About the Original 'Superman' Movie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk About the Original 'Superman' Movie

"Talk about the movie. And of course, if you're not familiar, Reeves had a very, very sad end this man who was the first FiLMiC representation of Joel Shuster's Superman. I think ended up by committing suicide. But let's start with the beginning of Superman the movie. The trial scene, Marlon Brando. What is it four or 5 well-known character actors from British cinema broadcast up on the screen? Talk to us about what an iconic way to start the film. It's not about Superman. It's not about earth. It's the trial of general zod, truly, it's melodramatic, but it works. Doesn't it, Chris? Yeah, it's a strange way to start the film because I don't know if they were planning to do the general zod's story all in one film. I know they filmed, they filmed one and two at the same time. So Donna was filmed one to film one and two in one go. It was a nightmare. We'll talk about that later. So they knew that they were going to do a sequel, but it's kind of strange to set up the sequel in this beginning part of the film. And then not pay that off at any point during that first film. It's just this sort of extra thing. It's kind of a brave move. But the reason I think that this scene works is because it sets the mood for krypton. It sets, you know, establishes what Superman's father is like. And it gives us general feel of the film that is almost otherworldly. And it's beautiful and I think that it works really, really well. And it gives you, it gives you this kind of idea of the mise en scene, I guess, of the film. I don't know. Oh, you can tell he works in Hollywood. The mise en scene. And he's throwing out that verbiage. And what about the choice of Marlin? Marlon Brando is Superman's father. An interesting choice as a boy I have obviously didn't know who Marlon Brando was. Back in those days, they did this very strange thing. They did the same thing in Star Wars, right? Where they didn't use name actors for the cat for the main cast, but then they would always bring in some legend of cinema.

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Warner Brothers Don't Care About Ezra Miller's Victims

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Warner Brothers Don't Care About Ezra Miller's Victims

"Word on the street, or more accurately word on the lot, is that the executives at Warner Brothers don't give a damn about those people he may have hurt. They've got no sympathy for his victims as they're getting ready to put his name forward for a war consideration everywhere they can. These are the kind of people you meet in the business. Nice. I'm sorry, it's not a long story, just a little something for you to watch for. Ezra Miller's name will be put in the hat for awards consideration. His victims be damned. That's Hollywood.

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Selena Gomez Opens up About Her Struggles With Bipolar

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Selena Gomez Opens up About Her Struggles With Bipolar

"We hop over to Selena Gomez. Selena's opening up even more about her struggles with bipolar disorder, she said she had suicide thoughts and checked into four different treatment centers, Jesus. She says, I think when I started hitting my early 20s is when it started to really get dark. When I started to feel like I was not in control of what I was feeling, whether that was really great or really bad. She didn't interview for Rolling Stone magazine and she recounts having extreme highs and lows for weeks or months before she understood that she was bipolar and she got her diagnosis. And at times she said she'd have symptoms of mania, like feeling the need to buy everybody in her life a car. So she could share a gift. I understand that people feel the way. I bought cars, not that I had one smidgen of the money. This girl has, but when I had a taste, I bought myself a car, but Joey a car. I mean, yeah, it was like, let's go. Let's have some fun before this runs out. Stupid shit. But plenty of stories to tell. And then she'd fall into a deep state of depression and not be able to get out of bed. And in her darkest moment, she said, I thought the world would be better if I wasn't there. And that's what one of my friends told me about who had thought about suicide in his life. Because I had used to have this attitude of like, how do you kill yourself if you have children? How do you want to, how do you do that? How do you lead your kids behind? Whether you do it with a gun or a bunch of pills or jump off a roof, how do you like the kids just know daddy gave up? And my buddy said, it isn't like that. He said, when you want to kill yourself, you really feel that everybody around you would be better off with you gone. And that's here what she's saying. That's what Selena's saying. And it's so sad for somebody so young to say that. And after a 2018 episode, she says she ended up on a ton of meds, which helped her psychosis, but made her feel unlike herself. I swear to God, nobody in Hollywood has a happy story to tell anymore.

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Hollywood Goes Woke, Removes Gender From Award Categories

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Hollywood Goes Woke, Removes Gender From Award Categories

"Takes steps to remove gender, distinctions, and acting awards. Do not stupid this is. I'm gonna keep going, we'll read it. It says there's no longer going to give or they are no longer going to give awards to women for being the best actress or men from being the best actor moving forward. And it says the loss of Angeles film critics association, LAF, CA, is no longer going to have sex based awards for actors according to the recent reports from the women's liberation front. The influential critical grew a critics group decided to cave to gender identity identity politics. According to them, they are going to or they do not want to describe or separate the wars from men and women. Now let me just say this. I don't have a problem with it if they were doing it with the right reasons in mind, right? If you look at an award and somebody was like, I don't want an award to be the first black man award to black actor of the year award. How about we all, you know, we were Americans. So let's make an award for the best actor. We don't have to designate whether you're black, white, green or orange, right? If a person came in it like that, like, hey, I think it's, you know, it's more cause of more division than it's not. And we need to be one people instead of always making it about race because the best actor is the best actor. There's no such thing as a best black actor versus bitch white actor. There is just the best actor, whether you black or white.

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AJ on Jack Nicholson and Method Acting

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

AJ on Jack Nicholson and Method Acting

"One night, I went to Jack's house up on mulholland drive, the house he shared with Marlon Brando. And he did something because I studied method acting, I don't want to sound like an asshole, but I studied method acting and Jack knew that. And Jack was doing something that he normally does to get ready for a part. He was singing three blind mice. Singing might be the wrong word. He was actually just droning it, you know, more like chanting it. He was emitting these sounds, standing in the middle of his living room. In this beautiful home in the Hollywood Hills, and basically in order to generate those noises, he had this posture about him, he almost looked like the character he played in one flew over the cuckoo's nest after he got the shock treatments. Just completely blind slate. Nothing. No emotion. His arms are hanging limply at his sides. His shoulders are drooped. He's an impostor that basically says he's a fucking schlemiel. His joy is slap his face has no expression. And I'm looking at him and I'm going, this is too fucking surreal. To the left, I'm looking at the windows on his living room wall. You see in the canyons in Hollywood. The sunset is beautiful to his right. There's a Picasso on the wall. And a painting of a nude woman and Nicholson sitting there and he's going three blind demise. I'm trying not to laugh. But this is his, this is what he does. He's attempting to show me what he did to get ready for parts. You know, you can't laugh at this stuff. This is what some of these people do. He was demonstrating a method acting exercise that he learned from his second teacher, Martin Landau, a lot of you don't know that Marty Landau was a great teacher. And for two years, Martin Lando had his students, including Jack Singh three blind mice in class.

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 Filmmaker Haggis testifies in rape lawsuit against him

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Filmmaker Haggis testifies in rape lawsuit against him

"A Hollywood filmmaker has denied a rape charge against him Paul haggis has told the jury in New York he believes these sexual encounters he had with a woman in 2013 was consensual but publicist Haley breeze stole the jury It was rape now haggis is facing the civil trial taking the stand in his defense had his described himself as a flirt and says he acted with breast on what he thought was mutual attraction and that she never indicated otherwise until he heard from her attorney in 2017 priest has given the jury in New York an extensive account of the alleged assault saying that she repeatedly told him stop during their encounter I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Fucking smell doesn't see much federal worse than what i was just doing his stab you try you. Try stepbrother stuff stepbrother. Give me raspy. Gimme sassy boisterous. Who step ooh snow. fiske's will digital. Does he mean brother. Oh step stuff. So yeah i don't know where like the movie stepbrothers that inspired you or i never seen scribble dammit rap stepbrother. Listen to nina simone. Sure you don't want to listen to me. Apparently will you listen to nina simone bank. Yeah what you guys were doing. Didn't seem like professional. Like you guys had it together. More punk rock. We're not talking about guys. We're talking about nina simone way. She sings nimick tapeh bang. This song is so french. You need to be that french to sing. I don't speak french. Because i personally just think freedom fries is a better name so i am sticking with the price i've sticking with freedom fries regardless of whether we ever proved they did nine eleven. I don't actually was not the origin. And i just told you. It doesn't matter whether they did nine eleven to me or not. I don't care if we prove it. I did not related at all. It was about supporting the invasion of iraq. Well which they did not. It probably was smart. Not even probably it was the right call worked out perfectly for me because i actually think freedom fries is an awesome fucking name. It makes me stoke to eat them. Okay makes me actually proud to eat them. Which is sipping on sipping on some coffee. Bang up right now. I'm drinking coffee. No no coffee does not protect your throat. Your throat is your instrument. Now protect your instrument. Another that i think about it. I should have been weirded out that. I agreed to a ten. Am poker game bank. Forget the poker. Your throat is your instrument. There's a reason they don't make the frigging trumpet out of throat. Tissue right they get out of metal. It's tough what you're sipping on now. You're sipping on should be molten. Gold said medal drink hot metal for tech your instinct molten molten metal. The little honey not right off the rip start with wax melted. Candle drink the wax meltdown. Some plastic you know. Drink that nothing metal. That'll fuck and kill me man. You can't really think that's a good idea. Get candle with a ginger sends you can do to build up you have to build up. We don't just start up same way. We went through the bees. I right. We didn't do the whole start with t. or something. How's that sound. What kind of lemon hot lemon tea on stage. Okay that could relax your voice puckers your lips onstage. No ice tea at tenses. Your throat onstage. No no cold. No offstage yes okay give me cold. Yes well soothe. Relax okay onstage. Yes hot tea. Okay yes fine. I would like you to try drinking. Ginger candle ginger set to candle onstage or onstage hot ginger scented candle yes okay called cancelled no not on stage no because it tends to throat so no coal offstage yes okay called candle no called you can eat it from the bottom. No cold candle and floss your teeth with the wick. Yes floss my teeth. The seems i. i'm so not ready to get onstage. Don't think we're a little ahead of ourselves a little bit. Here's dog that much time. We don't have a ton of time. We are going to be doing rooftop concert at the end of the month by the by the by the way by boat by the way bang. Just hang on a second. If you're just joining us Welcome to muster cloud. And this is shock lemons. And i'm teaching non music now and with bang raj man and with brett and it is a really wonderful mixture class. I mean we can see who's joining the no one's popping in on the zoom. You just showed up and please. Don't interrupt again. Because now i do have to start over. And if you're just joining us shanklin's is here and this is sponge class. But.

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Your homework assignment. Bang one listen to music. That's easy right. yeah. I do that every day. That's easy right on but really listen. Do you have air. Phones like air pods earphones. Put your earphones in my air phone. Where a blindfold put your earphones in where blindfold and walk around and bump into things in your apartment should be a private experience. Should be a private experience for you. But for god's sake don't go to the bathroom especially knowing that you don't clean that stuff. No i do. I wipe my ass and it's going to be so loud if you're in there like it's gonna totally drown out your earphones if 'cause you think after all that coffee when i'm doing it i can't hear anything. I literally go deaf. And i lose my sense of taste and smell which actually hasn't come back for a while. Jesus christ many probably got coporate now with the heard here. The heard you guys think you're developing a small herd immunity in your loft have heard about the heard via song idea a you're on the ages. That's maybe a song idea. Can you ask your roommates to do any kind of intimate stuff in the background of another room or like just not in your line in the cameras. Line of sight Time not the our relationship is not at a place where i feel comfortable asking them for anything else Arrangements sexuality scare you. It doesn't scare me it's just it. It's a little distracting. I mean they're looking straight down the barrel of your webcam as a faulk. Well the relationship. I have with my roommates is my own business and i if you're frightened by. That joined the club. Because the time that i did ask them not to looking at my webcam they beat my ass so what. I would like to say for your next homework. Assignment is. we're gonna talk about your philosophy figure out what you want your music to say or better yet what you want it to see. I want you to sing everywhere you go all next week. Come back in with a hit song and one more thing small thing and i just going to bring it up and actually relates a little bit to what you were saying earlier. We're gonna wanna go no november throughout this process. You dig flip all right. We're we're learning. We're not gonna jerk off all this month as though it's november look we're finding inspiration were performing and the last thing we want to do is give away our power to some dirty magazine. Okay so this is your job now. You're at work bang. Please don't pull a tube in on us. That's not the kind of song writing. But we're gonna go known up november for this entire process. Sure and you especially you especially either we all do it or don't like we know we don't do it. That's what no nut movember is but you a special fine. I'm sean clements. This has been my minced. Mince minced. I'm sean clemens and this has been my monsters class. I don't understand. How do you still not know how to say that. What do you mean are we gonna play poker or was that all routes pike eastbound me. Hollywood masterclass is a production of the vibrant wants in conjunction with sicher premium. The show is produced in scored by brett.

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Thing. I referred to alert have. I loved that started out with a bang. I mean not you you now referring to you okay. But he can't help it now and how was that an allegory. If these connections it's these patterns you know these connections this word play. It is just comes out okay. Channel comes through. You comes out the other. Add fat a story bang so iphone. Twelve plus max That's the chorus. And i'm starting out with the chorus boom. So you start out with iphone. Max and then the the choruses iphone twelve. Plus max Well yeah you save the rest of it built you built and all of this stuff. You'll learn are you guys zooming in the same place. i'm noticing. i think. I can see shock in the background. Personnel and part of what was so funny about the sandwich thing is like. I know you've been eating. Tgi friday's apps with me doggy. Big enough the sandwich story. And i was like banks falling for it. I mean your face bag. When he said he was going order a sandwich was like. Aw yeah i think he did. I know where this is going. He didn't order jack. Shit man because i got back the vaccine line which was a total bust cut up my scrubs threw him down the garbage chute said. Hey let's have a foregin fees man. I got these. I got tgi fridays. I got the frigging jack. daniels sauce. Everything right. I think i have an iphone. Twelve plus bags. Come on bitch so the whole story was bullshit. Bat was all that was a lie. But that's music right. It doesn't have to happen to you for it to be a song. I mean i was musical from such a young age bang and i was immediately connected to the sounds and extremely advanced musical concepts in these songs and just things that adults now can't even wrap their head around the Wheels on the bus. You know twinkle twinkle these things these incredibly advanced like very adult themed very sort of dark fucked up songs that had this these complex rhythms and melodies that are nursery people. Now don't understand alphabet song. I don't know if you know this but Bingo mcdonald and these things. And i would sneak into the secret restricted areas of the army base and i would get inside the tanks. Were the acoustics. Were better and i would. I be singing. And i'd sing so hard you know in there just even as as a child as a baby six months old. I'd be singing so hard that the tanks would shoot their guns off and they would blast blast houses into dust toll houses and i get run over and climate of the tank and i'd pick up a big hunk of smoking. Rubble that used to be. Someone's house okay. I know we talked in a while but the you had lost your memory of your childhood. It sounds like it's come back but it's far more terrifying than than what you let me on to believe in. I mean i want to know more about it. I feel like that's way crazier than any of this musical stuff that you're telling me that like you had an insight into the musical self. I'm telling you. I mean you didn't even let me get to would pick up this hunk of smoking. Rubble that used to be. You know some families faucet. And i would pretend it was my phone. I used to call it a visit microphone. You know that's how i pronounce it. I was six months old. Maybe even younger. That's way too early to be talking. And i go. Oh this microphone. And i'd sing and i go and i'd i'd rock out and i go. Oh make don't be. And i'd be interpolated and syncope possible shock. You know doing these things. No it's true and you know and then the head of the army base would come out and he just sat me with the zapper and he shot cheese and he's put me back in the you know the tank. The fluid tank wasn't water. But if some you know and they'd put the material over my bones and I think it might be time to to see a therapist or talk to somebody about these memories. I mean music therapy well. Let's talk about your memories bang. When did you first realize you wanted to be a musician. I i have never had that realization. I i know i. i'm not skilled. Okay i come to your house right now. I won't find any records. no. I love music. Yeah i assure she loves music. Okay took long enough. There's no music in his house. There's no records okay. Do you want to be an artist. I thought you were an artist. That's by mistake music. Art right yeah. Totally b.'s. art. Yes i noticed. Yeah but you see how the masterclasses already helping you and you're realizing that you actually can't find your damn asshole both hands and you've been rooting around looking for the thing you're going to have to and i have to show you where your asshole is. Guess we have to buy teaching you that in fact you love music and you want to be an artist and you are trying to do music and you do need our help. That's helping find my asshole. Musically that's helping you find your damn asshole with both damn hands musically musically. You have to find your asshole. I'm also curious. What the benefit of finding my asshole. It's okay you ought to clean it every once in a while. Thank you. And i didn't want to have to even say it. And i was hoping no one would have to say it but apparently we do. Oh okay first things first. Let's get the rule book out. Brett do you have the rulebook with you. Okay you got yours right you see the rulebook cr rulebook brett fret. Show muir's right. yeah. I got to right. So they're flipping me off right now. Knows we're flipping them off. This is this is audio. I assume you're recording flipping both hands. They're they're both flipping me off. There's the fucking book to put into terms. You're gonna understand bang. That's the fucking rulebook jack. Okay i get the damn rulebook bag. There's no rulebook that's right. You're in territory baby. There's no right way to do it. That's it you've been doing it wrong. So let's make a few rule so listen to us just talking about judd's till apply. He's not a musician. He's an artist and he broke the rules for all. We know he's actually a brilliant musician. Conan plays guitar right. Conan plays guitar. He's my favorite guitar. What does that have to do with judd are are. They not related in your mind. Football players take ballet classes You'd think that judd has some musical background to help him with his writing. Bang the point. Is he threw out the rule book. And so did we. That's said although there is no wrong way to do it you are doing it wrong. We do need. Some rules rolled over one lesson..

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Why would we do that. I'm either one of us has any real musical skill exactly. And that's why. I think in the past part of what wade us downright was all these bad habits developed and all these ways in which you thought you had experience with acting and you thought you knew what it meant to write and i ultimately am admitting and was my failure as a teacher. I couldn't break those habits. You were chained up in calcified and in this shell of just dumb shit. You were like doing that sucked and i thought oh well. I'm strong enough. I'm brave enough. I'm gonna get my teaching sword. And i'm going to slay the dragons of all bangs bad habits and ultimately wasn't able to do that and i'm and i'm embarrassed to admit that but there i said it you were to shitty you sucked and i couldn't fix it but now to start with a clean slate. Where not only do you have any bad habits when it relates to music. I don't have any knowledge or experience at all right. that's why i'm thinking. This is a bad idea. I mean even just most teachers. Don't tell their students their shitty and they suck at acting and writing and this is after the fact. I didn't tell you that. During the class when i still had hope for you but let's face it man i mean what was the screenplay you sold apple plus a based on some of the stuff we talked about in the class that you that you weren't crazy about oh my god and they bought that up they did. Yeah i sold in the room. I'm a much i mean. I don't wanna get into money. Not me neither me. Neither more more like six figures. Yeah yeah more okay. And the decimal point is the decimal point is after after the change. Yeah comma after the the sense. Yeah does what points after the sets or before. I know i'm just saying six figures. So like if i have like two thousand dollars. Zero zero zero decimal point. Does that count as a figure not really. But that's a four and then if it was like two thousand twenty five cents. That's six figures i mean. That's the usually. They don't count the sense as part of the which which is why i asked right and you you know your your answer was clear as i was still confused. I was so confused by the question. I couldn't give you a great aunt he was. He was confused bread. Should this be a math class. Yeah welcome to my math class. I mean even even makes sense of brett was bret has a music background at the very lease. Thank you and we're gonna try not to let that hinder us. Obviously there will be some moments where yes brett can use some of the old style. But i think what's so beautiful and exciting about this is you're right you're right for once you're right. I.

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Think maybe.

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Now. I know one of these women. What's the toilet. I know you knew you were like shopping for tokyo. Like pick a new toilet. I cleaned it before. I installed it. Yeah you cleaned it okay. Okay here was my thinking and maybe this is crazy. They're these very high end luxurious beneath toilets that have all kinds of machinery to yeah and they can do things to your body would not even dream of and i'm thinking was got this brand new lexus. So she's putting her. But onto a very juries high-end machine so am i gonna come home sit down on a it might hurt her. And colour they could actually really injure herbert. You're right unlike. Some tumbled american standard just a lump a- porcelain. No i want her to be especially with the lillies right out there. But she's now jealous. Why do you have three women hiding in my house right. And then i'm like what did you mean And she says the flour. And i go. You didn't say that so it was now. I'm wondering. I'm off the toilet. Sort of where was what happened with lily sang. I'm wondering i'm hearing this arrangement. And i don't know who lily. Simmons is at at and lily. Sing is not there lilly. Singh was taping. Her show it was during a taping. And this is the only time the other three really. Is that the show on like so so late. Is that the latest show ever. That's not when they tape it. Okay and actually she came. It's not live and she came by the time. Her show aired from that taping. She was there she had arrived. She wasn't necessarily. She showed up. But basically i see her coming up the driveway. What was she driving. I think she pulled up an alfa romeo stellar god with quadra folio transmission and. She's at she's come down the walk and i'm trying to signal i'm in. The elite thing didn't work out. I'm looking hope she's got flowers because otherwise my wife's not having none of it was not the best baby shower i ever throw and none of her friends are family was there. Her mom was in there and her family west. Hollywood handbook gale gale at its is kicking butt and seeing gill and talking to gil in the red carpet line back closets that we call recording studio right. That's right. i like the intimacy here..

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Which was savings for them. They never had to redraw that one. They will add to draw to right and now gone yeah. Sometimes you wouldn't even make it to the third panel. That was a fun way that they would mix it up and then they just have like either gravestone like someone standing by just throwing up in the street. Having this essentially a child exploded in front of them so yeah so so so so. You're doing a different podcast. Now decided. I was like oh these guys how one i should have won. I just one had a lot of people saying that. Yeah a lot of people. I got acts. There's probably more people. There's probably less people without podcasts than there are with today. Say that right. Is this what it's like now. Everyone's has a podcast but like a lot of them come from conversations with the biggest reaction to me saying i have a pike asses people being like. Oh man i got it. I got it. Yeah how many how many podcasts have has just your podcast spot. Like how many guests have you had on. And then after right after they're like i have to my podcast. There are sometimes doing it by the time we're done. Yeah a lot of times. We don't get all the way through the episode and they just kinda start. Start on the side Usually very awkward usually goes pretty well for them. And kevin. This is like kevin's little skink. Kevin has basically like a new podcast button and he's automatically producing it. Is it a button that generates the name tavern. Let's talk about the new podcast button. The name is the whole show. Isn't it It's a title generator. Which is a big button. Actually title generators low and think of is like a clock. It's the hour notice and then episode title is think about big hand on clock because that one i click more and so before i spent too much money i made. You'd think the the title should be of the podcast should be the big hand because that's like the big button is wow. That's the big one. The actually click episode title more. So i asked to be bigger gutted my bank account flipping those it But i yeah basically treat. Hollywood handbook like pilot process where each guest is a potential host and Shortly follow up after with thoughts were the guest is the host and the host is.

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"So i was listening to you sean. Doing the pro version. And the other day. When i i i wasn't available. I can't get enough. Everyone listening you gotta get into this program. Some of this stuff it here. This stuff is cracking me. The whole way up. I was loving it but it was you and matt. I know i know and be honest to as long as we are talking to the fans. I've had a tough year. Yeah i've had a tough year. And and i'm looking i'm scrambling for anything to pick me up off the floor and what gets me through. A lot of times is the pro version Is the hollywood. Handbook pro version. Is what i really find has carried me through this darkness. Please listen please. Contribute harder dollars. But i was listening and you know sometimes you listen and someone on the show says something. That's wrong or you know the you. I can just tell rand slender man. Yeah i can just tell him in person you were talking about. The key. Man came to your house the key man as well yes. Yes and he was making his nearly. How does he make these keys. Does he have a metal. Does he have a vat of molten key in the car. This was this was that was. Actually what matt thought. Yeah matt thought that he was going to have hot liquid metal and he would just reach in and pull out a key basically i imagine. He put on like a big falconer's glove first and then he would be able to just pinch a key into the metal and pull it out. Yeah so i know a little bit about this holy shit and i think maybe called us to so the so she can weigh in as well shit and who just joined us in nicole's room and i don't think this is a video episode but i do wanna point housing. That's happening on the video and we have a friend here and it's not just nicole. Nicole is a friend who we have another friend a little furry friend correct..

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Aloha i'm martha costco. You are watching. Hollywood real with james nares. Welcome to hollywood real. Today's guest is a screen actor tv personality in world. Champion martial artist. Some of his best known film. Appearances include. Cradle to the grave with jet li and as the lead villain zero in john wick three opposite. Kiana res you know him from tv. From hawaii five. O agents of shield the crow lewis acids on net flicks and as the chairman on iron chef america and he's even dazzled audiences on dancing with the stars. That's right let's welcome mark the casco's by mark. Thanks for joining me. Aj thanks for having me. I really appreciate you taking the time. i've followed your career for a long time. Appreciate what an amazing career. Thank you so much. It's been a very interesting ride. Oh i'm sure him. What do you think you child would have said if you told young mark that he'd groped to be the tv and movie star that he is today You're crazy. I.

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"But yeah i i really i feel like our mission is just just getting started. Because each celebrity that we work with and that jumps on board to our ideology just becomes a big megaphone for our message of good looks good health and so more big megaphones collect the latter. The message is and. I think that we're really going to be able to help. A lot of people thanks to the massive following of these big artists and so i'm looking forward to give me a chance to work with the more fantastic. Yeah so to wrap it all up in this in all of this life experiences you have you certainly done a lot of things. You've met a lot of people. Travelled everything else right is there a big takeaway. What does this all mean to you. What is the big message that you think you learned out of all this. If there was one thing i the sound adage. But i think that if you work hard you can achieve your dreams but the caveat is if you know what your dreams are because when i was Ten years old. I sat my parents. Down said a farm in rural maine and i looked out the snow and said what are we doing here. Like what's going on here. And they said to me eric. Remember my dad's a therapist. He's is all about talking. Never scolding but talking said eric someday when you grow up if you wanna live in a place it's warm and that's that's crowded and that's filled with with people that are doing a lot of things 'cause we out in the country that'll be that'll be your choice and two. He gave me that choice. And i i accepted that choice. So now i live in a place where are palm trees and sunshine. Artists are everyday that come into my place and sort of share with me all their creativity and talk about inspiration. You think i inspire them. These guys come in and they are. They're buzzing with inspiration. They've created new songs. They've started new films. They're about to shoot a new television show and they're just blazing to talk about it and it's really exciting. I mean it's it's a great life. Yeah so great about creative. Yeah i know. Yeah that's awesome. So where do we find out more about you. Where do we find you. The interwebs and everything. Well you can watch celebrity sweat. And and that's on amazon. You can reach me online at eric. The trainer on instagram twitter and facebook. Or you can come to los angeles and come to mike. Jim and have fun awesome. Yeah right excellent eric. Thank you so much. Thank you jay. Abbas was so much fun. Super fun thanks..

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04:41 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"The greatest thing i've ever done. I would rather have a fancy mattress a normal car than a fancy car in a bad mattress. Good advice yeah eric. What's on your bucket list. I wanna ride an elephant. I haven't done it yet. But And i've been to india and i've been to the middle east i've been all over the world but i haven't written an elephant. You know it was usually when. I'm in those places. They happy so booked that i never really worked it into the schedule. And because my name is it starts with an e. Elephants are like the biggest animal on earth. And and it starts. I mean i just. I feel great connection to elephants. Also they're kind of good luck for me and so I definitely i'm going to do that. I was going to do that on my fiftieth birthday. But it fell on the super bowl. So i had to host the celebrity game before the super bowl and so i couldn't run elephant but I'm definitely going to do that very soon. That's on my bucket list. Yeah yeah it's funny that you say that because you know when you hit a milestone age let's say when you hit fifty you think back on your life and you think back on all the things that you did. And i remember very distinctly. When i was twelve years old. I was living on a farm in maine. And i listened to def leppard. They were my favorite band and my favorite movie was the karate kid and now years later i work with the cast of cobra kai i trained leopard and tour with. I'm like nothing's changed. I just got close to do things i liked. So it's kind of funny funny. How it works. it's crazy. I mean crazy so next for you well. We have all kinds of things coming up. I'm going to be in prague and budapest in about two weeks doing all kinds of superfund things over there. And then i'm back for week. Go on tour all summer. Long with def leppard up in canada. We're starting in nova scotia going all the way over to calgary it'll take us about a month to do all those concerts come back for a couple of weeks and then we go to vegas because they're doing a residency in vegas so i'll be training them there and So he's an adventure man. It's always veget- your on tour with them as their trainer as their trainer cool is that superfund. I love it. It's fun have you done that. With other touring bands. Before you know. I never have. They've asked me for years. I've always got. I always get the in shape at my gym. And then i take one of my guys and send them on. The road like ivan right now is on the road. Touring the world with a strokes. I've never gone just because you know i'm really busy. Pulled in a million directions and the big joke of my career. The first forty years was the only band that i would ever go out with. I don't know and they never asked me and then i started working with deaf. Leopard was the it was kind of a joke. That i you know the only thing i would ever see yes to. I don't know and they've never asked me then. I did get to know them. I worked successfully with them and they asked me to go. And i said yeah so. Last year i was on tour with def leppard and journey together and we had the greatest time i mean. It was a blast journey to. Yeah what an awesome. They were great and and you know. I didn't know journey before..

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"The greatest thing i've ever done. I would rather have a fancy mattress a normal car than a fancy car in a bad mattress. Good advice yeah eric. What's on your bucket list. I wanna ride an elephant. I haven't done it yet. But And i've been to india and i've been to the middle east i've been all over the world but i haven't written an elephant. You know it was usually when. I'm in those places. They happy so booked that i never really worked it into the schedule. And because my name is it starts with an e. Elephants are like the biggest animal on earth. And and it starts. I mean i just. I feel great connection to elephants. Also they're kind of good luck for me and so I definitely i'm going to do that. I was going to do that on my fiftieth birthday. But it fell on the super bowl. So i had to host the celebrity game before the super bowl and so i couldn't run elephant but I'm definitely going to do that very soon. That's on my bucket list. Yeah yeah it's funny that you say that because you know when you hit a milestone age let's say when you hit fifty you think back on your life and you think back on all the things that you did. And i remember very distinctly. When i was twelve years old. I was living on a farm in maine. And i listened to def leppard. They were my favorite band and my favorite movie was the karate kid and now years later i work with the cast of cobra kai i trained leopard and tour with. I'm like nothing's changed. I just got close to do things i liked. So it's kind of funny funny. How it works. it's crazy. I mean crazy so next for you well. We have all kinds of things coming up. I'm going to be in prague and budapest in about two weeks doing all kinds of superfund things over there. And then i'm back for week. Go on tour all summer. Long with def leppard up in canada. We're starting in nova scotia going all the way over to calgary it'll take us about a month to do all those concerts come back for a couple of weeks and then we go to vegas because they're doing a residency in vegas so i'll be training them there and So he's an adventure man. It's always veget- your on tour with them as their trainer as their trainer cool is that superfund. I love it. It's fun have you done that. With other touring bands. Before you know. I never have. They've asked me for years. I've always got. I always get the in shape at my gym. And then i take one of my guys and send them on. The road like ivan right now is on the road. Touring the world with a strokes. I've never gone just because you know i'm really busy. Pulled in a million directions and the big joke of my career. The first forty years was the only band that i would ever go out with. I don't know and they never asked me and then i started working with deaf. Leopard was the it was kind of a joke. That i you know the only thing i would ever see yes to. I don't know and they've never asked me then. I did get to know them. I worked successfully with them and they asked me to go. And i said yeah so. Last year i was on tour with def leppard and journey together and we had the greatest time i mean. It was a blast journey to. Yeah what an awesome. They were great and and you know. I didn't know journey before..

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Hollywood Real

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Just personally your spirit is wonderful but for the people that don't live locally and don't have that opportunity to interact with you. How can they learn from you. Do you have online programs or anything like this. We do have some online programming in general. We've been so busy with real world success that we haven't given the online world a focus the way that we probably should but i can imagine the next year or two that will focus more on online we can reach a broader audience and be between working with the celebrities and hollywood literally that are shooting the movies and making the tv shows and performing the concerts that go out constantly around the world along with hosting slavery sweat. We're we're craze like it's super busy that being said i'd like to do more online and i'd like to get a chance to touch more people and we have. We have friends like ted mcgrath. I don't know if you know ten mcgrath put a ted is a friend of ours and he's really mastered the online outreach and so he's assured us he's going to help us make some great connections online and of course gary v is very inspiring. He's a great guy who's online and it's always fun to watch his videos and stuff. But i think think that there's great value in the notion of being with someone and having that connection and although you can reach millions of people through television or online. I'm i'm still kind of addicted to that. Live essence of being with someone. So i might have to book a speaking tour or something you know i wanna wanna go out there and touch more people. Personally yeah do you identify more as an introvert or extrovert. I think extrovert. I mean although i really cherish the time that i'm in the car by myself thinking and ruminating and meditating on things it's really exciting to go out into the world and meet people and try to make an impact on their lives. Just smiled thumb showed their hand. Ask them questions. Listened to them sometimes. Being a good listeners. The most important thing so Yeah i mean. Jacqueline was on a mission to change the world and he really did and he might not be alive now but he's my heart and i'm on that same mission so hopefully some young guy watching this will say i'm gonna join that mission to and they'll go out and degrade people need help more than ever i mean for all of the connection that social media gives us. I don't think we've ever been more isolated community so it's really It's a double edged sword. That people don't realize. I think eventually five years ten years twenty years from now they're going to look back at it and say wow. The addictive properties of this really curbed the way society was was headed. And so i'm hoping to remind people about the importance of movement nourishment and sleep things. You can't get online so to you as social media is that just another told the can be used for good or bad..

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04:51 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"And just personally your spirit is wonderful but for the people that don't live locally and don't have that opportunity to interact with you. How can they learn from you. Do you have online programs or anything like this. We do have some online programming in general. We've been so busy with real world success that we haven't given the online world a focus the way that we probably should but i can imagine the next year or two that will focus more on online we can reach a broader audience and be between working with the celebrities and hollywood literally that are shooting the movies and making the tv shows and performing the concerts that go out constantly around the world along with hosting slavery sweat. We're we're craze like it's super busy that being said i'd like to do more online and i'd like to get a chance to touch more people and we have. We have friends like ted mcgrath. I don't know if you know ten mcgrath put a ted is a friend of ours and he's really mastered the online outreach and so he's assured us he's going to help us make some great connections online and of course gary v is very inspiring. He's a great guy who's online and it's always fun to watch his videos and stuff..

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Hollywood Real

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Lifestyles and are only goals to motivate inspire people to take better care of themselves so i mean. I've been on stage with the chippendales dancers ripping my shirt off. I've been at wolfgang puck restaurants cooking with a ufc fighters and carrot top. I've been backstage broadway with family opera. We've been all over the world. We've been in india. We've been in the middle east. We've been in europe all over the place super fun. Yeah it sounds like it. Yeah i mean hey life is fun so backing up. Tell me how you in this for the benefit of people who want their own shows. Did you go out and pitcher yourself. I show our One of the things. That was suggested to me. When when i when he said i want you to host the show and i i had done a bunch of video projects with youtube videos and stuff i felt like i needed some formal training to To learn how to be a good host. Because i could just tell that i i was a little rough and so Someone suggested to me that. I watch television and find the person that i want to be. Just like and learn from them and it's it sounds very simple but it was really kind of interesting. It was a fun project at the time there was a show on called entertainment tonight and it was hosted by guiding mark. Stein's so i. I decided he's a strong guy. Like a big guy but he's a terrific host. He does things now. I think on national geographic. He's he does things all over the place he did home and family So when i realized. I wanted to to be like that. I went to work the very next day and i said i wonder if anyone my clients no mark stein is well sure enough one of my clients as soon as i mentioned it. One of my clients like my sister is his assistant. I said great said. Please let them know that. Erica trainer wants to learn from him. And i'll pay whatever it costs to get a chance to have direct contact with him. And i can learn from the best so the next thing i know. I'm invited to set to learn mark stein and he gives me a financial number. That's pretty hefty. I would have to pay to do this. And i said no problem. It was worth it. It was an investment future. So i said. And i'm all excited to meet him because he's a very charming guy. He was charming initially but he was a tough teacher and it was only a one day thing where i was literally onset with him. While he was shooting and inbetween he was. He was giving me advice and and teaching me things man that day was. It went down in history. It was an intense fascinating Day of learning. And when it was over i gave him the money and he said no way. I don't want any of that money. Because i think you're gonna be great and i want to take credit for it realms. We wouldn't take any money. Yeah he wouldn't take any money so just from that one day crash course from a guy i really loved and respected professionally have launched a career as a host and it's it's never failed..

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Hollywood Real

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"How they were betting seth he's like. Oh yeah my trainer. Looks like humanity the abeed it and they said yes he does but hey that makes me happy. I had the action figures. When i was about seven or eight years old and i've been playing with ever since right right. That's kinda cool exactly. I'll take it so you work with all these guys. Did you ever have any ambition to be in professional musician or an actor or anything like that. You know what. I moved to new york city. I really wanted to meet girls and play and learn how to play guitar and and work in some in some capacity. That was helpful. So i began working as a trainer was having a great time. Meet lots of girls and having a great time there. But the one thing i didn't do is i didn't play guitar and i wanted to learn how to play guitar because it's so cool. One day i was in the gym and this guy came up to me and said i am the editor in chief of guitar world magazine and i would love for for you to train me and i said i'll train you but you teach me how to play guitar..

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Hollywood Real

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Hi america trainer. I'm a hollywood physique expert. And you're watching hollywood. Real with jay bomb are there. Thanks so much for coming on what really stands out about. You is the presence that you have with people whenever you walk into a room man you just light it up and everybody's glad to see you. It was learned or were you always kind of like that. you know. Thank you so much for the compliments. I i'm a firm believer that you run into someone who has passion for what they do and they feel like they're on a mission that's larger than themselves. They radiate energy and if you look at history. People in general as a mass are attracted to those filled with energy whether it's positive or negative i mean you can have someone like jfk who really lead a nation at during a time. That was very crucial. Or you can have someone like adolf hitler. I mean who is absolutely evil but it possessed so much conviction and energy that people follow them. So i think it's all about energy and in my case. Thank you so much for saying that. I love what i do and so for me. I'm on a mission to make the world a better place through health and fitness and lifestyle. And so. Yeah when i walk into a room. I can't turn it off. I'm i'm excited to talk to people and try to help wonderful. Yeah it's a loving which you right. Yeah absolutely and you're talking about really personal leadership. A lot of people think about leadership or prioritizing that skill if they lead company. Ceo's sort or things but really it touches every part of your life. Absolutely i mean if you look at the world people that others are attracted to. You can almost divide them into two categories. There are people in the world where they say be like me do like me and then there are people in the world like me where i say. What can i do with all of my knowledge and background..

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