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Hollywood Monsters with Mallory OMeara
"History is written by the winners by men early editors of science fiction anthologies choice to exclude by women and in doing so made many believe that women did not write science fiction in the genres earliest years. This is just one example. And by no. Means the only one mallory mira self-confessed monster lava and film. Ned discovered a similar story in one of her favourite monsters. Millicent patrick was one of disney's earliest female animators and went on to design one of the greatest film monsters of the creature from the black lagoon but a jealous smell. Coworker ensured that there was no prestigious career. A rating millicent. Mallory decided to set the record straight in her book. The lady from the black lagoon. Hollywood monsters and the lost legacy of millicent. Patrick and reestablish. Millicent of monster design mallory. Thank you for joining us. But before we get stuck into things would you please introduce yourself to our listeners. high Yeah thank you so much for having the ottoman cited to to talk about this with you. Three i m author of lady from the black lagoon an fulltime author. And i'm also fellow podcasters. I host the show reading glasses every week with my friend. brea grant. what did you hope to achieve by. Unearthing the story of million patrick and setting the record straight about her contribution to monster design. Well a few things honestly the impetus behind me working on in in writing from the black lagoon was just i wanted to know. Millicent has been my hero. Since i was a teenager and i wanted to satisfy my own personal curiosity i found out about her when i was seventeen and it just seemed creature from the black lagoon like nobody even knew if she was still alive. She didn't have a website. She didn't have a wikipedia entry. Nothing about her online. So i personally just really really wanted to know at as i started digging into her life and her work and in this book i i also just. I wanted people to know that we've always been here. You know i. I actually started working on this book before the metoo movement happened and while i think it's amazing that there's such a huge push right now to get more women in front of the camera behind the camera writing doing everything women everywhere in cosigned for me but i also think it's really important to have people know that women have always been here. We have a legacy here and millicent. Patrick is proof. That and if i could only unearth her story and bring it to the world than i could could prove it is funny. You say that. Because i remember i was a massive star trek fan still but i remember in high school being completely obsessed with original series star trek and then discovering that d c fontana was a woman and i was like women have been there from the beginning. We right star trek. Yeah so i. I definitely can get on board with excitement. It changes everything. I mean finding out that a woman who designed this incredible monster that i became completely obsessed with it changed my life. It made me realize up until that point all of my heroes in the monster world. Where met you know tom. Savini rick baker. Dick smith jack pierce. It never even occurred to me that women did those things and seeing just one single photo of seeing a woman working on the creature from the black lagoon. It broke my brain open. It was like being struck by lightning. And it you can. You can make a direct line from that moment in time in front of my computer. Seven seventeen to me becoming a filmmaker later on up reading a bit about medicine on. You mentioned that you back. Then she didn't have a wikipedia entry. She does have one now on your on it as well. Yes i mean we're competing is basically all from the bottom up until that point there was no there was really no biographical information about her and the stuff that was out there was largely false Sometimes because of Militants own she liked to fabricate biographical information about which was very fun for me to deal with as biographer But it's now now actually people who she is and she has a wikipedia. Entry people You google tons of stuff comes up. It's really it makes me really really happy. So how did she become raised from history in the first ice so the her boss at the universal studios monster shop and she worked there in the early nineteen fifties was a man named bud west more and he was part of a very very famous big family of makeup artist. The west morris His father actually. George west was the man who invented the idea of a makeup department so they were huge. Deal in hollywood at the time he had a massive amount of power and influence not just at universal but in the film world is a whole unfortunately he was also known for taking people's credit being very jealous of the other artists that worked with him if they were more successful or more talented than he was which wasn't hard to do And she designed creature and they shot the movie and it became very clear that the movie was going to be a huge hit. They the universal studios publicity department wanted to send millicent on a press tour to promote it and up until that point in history know in the fifties. There was no twitter. There was no. Imdb there is no way for people to really look into the details of of credits on films. You know back then. There was no like ten minutes end. Crawl at the end of a movie like we get now. There was only like these cards that gave the heads of department Credit for the things that they did so no matter. What but didn't design at on a movie increase in the credits creature. It says makeup. Bud west more So he never was challenged. People always just assume that he designed everything that came out of his shop
Shopper's Guide: Cheap TVs
"Those new. Tv's on sale during the holidays are pretty amazing. Two hundred dollars two hundred twenty five dollars one hundred and fifty dollars some as low as ninety nine dollars. What's the catch folks. What's the catch will here. It is many of them use different software platforms that you really need to be up about before you make the purchase for instance. Would you like to watch. The sequel. To the wonder woman called wonder woman nineteen eighty-four that is debut on christmas day on streaming television in a few theaters. Why no. I'd like to see it. But if i go out and buy the new. Tcl roku branded tv. I can't watch wonder woman nineteen eighty-four because roku doesn't do business with hbo. Max the channel. That is running. Wonder woman on christmas day. Confused let me fill you in on the different platforms. Starting with roku they have a wonderful tv. These tcl td's that roku branded you don't have to buy a streaming stick everything is built in there's hundreds of channels everything but hbo. Max which is the new channel that debuted in may. It costs fifteen dollars a month. It gives you plus the warner brothers library films. Like wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the friends reunion. It's coming next year. Reruns of the fresh prince of bel air. Lots of really good stuff. Beyond that roku has disney plus it has peacock it has the roku channel which is ad-supported and shows everything from the hunger games movies to older. tv classics. Like bonanza roku is a great tv. But if you're gonna wanna see wonder woman you're going to need to buy an amazon fire stick streaming device for about twenty five dollars plug it in and watch wonder woman on hbo. Max on your tv. That's the workaround speaking of amazon fire. Tv addition amazon branded. Tv's are available from cigna. Which is the best. Buy house brand and toshiba. They're aimed at cord cutters the advantages that you don't have to buy a fire tv stick to get streaming since it's built into the set. The good news is amazon. Has disney channel and hbo max but it doesn't have nbc universals peacock which is another new channel. That debuted in july amazon promises voice control with these sets to direct the alexa personal assistant to turn on and off the tv and select channels for you but to do that. You need to enable the alexa skill in your app. Repressed the voice command on the remote control. Plus channel selection won't work with the cable box just antenna tv android google tv. While the google platform is best known on sets from sony. Tcl and high sense and they had the google assistant and chromecast streaming platform built in well in september. Google announced the new google tv with takes more. Google centered approach tv by offering personal suggestions to tv shows. It thinks you wanna watch. The suggestions come from google following your taste on google search and youtube us additionally google tv will enable you to run your smart home the google nest devices and use and use your google photos collection as a screensaver however google tv is currently only the the the twenty twenty fifty dollar chromecast streaming device. Google says it will come. The tv's from sony and other android partners in twenty twenty one with google no issue with hbo max or peacock. They got them. All finally ties in. That is the name for samsung's tb operating system and several new models. Answer to many including google assistant amazon's alexa and samsung's own bixby. Samsung has its own free channel. Which is similar to amazon's imdb and the roku channel called tv plus any resemblance to blow. Td is not accidental. Pluto runs the samsung channel under the samsung name questions about tv platforms. I'm here to help. I'd love to hear from you on twitter. Where match jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech.
Episode 138 The Yarn Wall - burst 15
"Knicks. Suck ass hamburg. I'm very good. No when terra's takeover to oil rigs and threatened to blow them up if their demands are not met and eccentric anti-terrorism expert volunteers his unique commando unit to stop them. The commando unit includes roger moore. Anthony perkins michael parks and james mason. Who's james mason. James mason's the guy from he was captain nemo nobody was captain. Kangaroo captain caveman. Oh it was captain nemo in got what. What is the movie. That i've know him the most i mean he was. I think i might get him in john. Houseman mixed up. Give me your best john houseman. He sounds just like james mason now. He's sounds different. I i can't do it right now. I have to have a certain level of like a throat. Bubble in the cross of iron no l. He plays striker in the salem slot. Tv movie from the seventies. how as the Yes he's like the the human face of
The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen
"And then that's why i'm voting for now that's a that's going to be like. What the heck did we say. We just missed that cold cut. Sean so i i mentioned were talking mainly for forbes. We're gonna take this audio. Put it out as a cast as well and I want everyone who's listening and stuff to to know that this is kind of interesting. I mean i was just decided. I'm going to watch a documentary. While i'm on my treadmill and so choose brand new recommended for me net flicks versus the world on amazon prime which reading from imdb the story of how a tiny broke silicon valley startup slew giants of the movie rental world warded off amazon and forced movie making and distribution into the digital age. And i was blown away by it. And i mean like who made this thing and then i said who shone coffin and i want to make sure i don't forget so i i learn a little bit about you from your website. Texas movie director dot com. I then started stalking you on twitter. Where you're handle is dude versus movie. And that's a dude. Vs movie and i reached out and said hey man. I'm a fan from a couple of angles a the netflix's story but also what it's like to be an indie moviemaker these days. Do you wanna talk and you were nice enough to say yes. So welcome to the cast. Thanks for chatting for forbes. Thanks for having me. I mean when you reached out. Like i've i've actually used twitter to reach out to people that watch the movie. So it's it's interesting to talk to people from like south. Africa are vancouver or across the pond in england. Because you know as a you know Independent moviemaker here in austin texas outside of hollywood itself. It's it's cool to have your work seen around the world expr- especially when it was a. It was a tough hill to climb so to speak to get the film ned. Well we'll get more into that in a second but so how. How did you get into the movie making business. What's your back when you look like a pretty young guy so to have something like you know out there like this seems pretty. Cool my Camera must be doing good things for me. 'cause i'm i'm thirty seven i have Four children and they definitely make me look tired. all the No so i I went to i. I went to college here in austin at university of texas to become the next you know mcconnell. Hey no no. I'm a texan. So i wanted to university of texas to get a film degree in the graduated I worked on a few independent films. Here in austin and then started working for tv on a show called room raiders. The basically someone would go through three different rooms in based on that they would decide who they went on a date with So yes oh. That show ended up getting canceled. But i moved out to la. And i did a celebrity interviews and red carpets for a platform call cannot lose which is a european station and i worked for the spanish version of that and so i was out there in hollywood for bed and and most most people in la will attest to this. Like you're not going to own a house in l. a. Unless like you're like a millionaire. You're hitting a big. We decided although i loved l. a. in i loved what i did out in la. I wanted to move back to texas. I could actually own a house tonight. And i ended up back out here but i always had the desire to kind of a make movies and like i said before having poor children young girls madeta girls In my wife having a successful career herself documentary as is what you can do. Is you could go fly somewhere for a week. Flight home to be with the family and everything so That's that's what i did in the first movie i worked on. There is a couple of guys making a trying to raise money to make a documentary about nickelodeon. And i grew up in that nickelodeon like i loading kid like. I didn't have the disney channel nickelodeon so it was definitely something that i was like. Well i'm used to interview in celebrities in such such like that. So i can jump onto this project and help them because Interviewing people for movies. Like tom cruise and will smith and everything. I knew the nickelodeon people weren't going to be above that level. So i was are used to working with a high profile tile talent so i came on there I helped shoot. I helped edit. And i helped produce and then at the end of that. I was looking on the next project i wanted to do in the book and i don't. I don't read a lot. Because i'm always jumping from show to show or working on different cell for spending time with my family but i read this book. That's called netflix. That epic battle for america's eyeballs which gina keating wrote. And it was. it was about netflixing their origin. That would be a great documentary. So i reach out turn. I was like hey. I'm starting my next documentary. I would love to interview you. She said why Actually started my documentary Maybe we should team up. And so that's how the the movie started.
"imdb" Discussed on Sobre Actuando
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Judge Judy to move her gavel to streaming service IMDb TV
"TV's most popular judge will be holding court elsewhere soon you wonder the court judge Judith Sheindlin judge Judy and her syndicated broadcast run next year but that does not mean she'll be hanging up her robes were good the highest paid personality on TV will take her talents to the stream Judy Sheindlin will be heading to I M. D. B. TV that's Amazon's free digital service and announcement from the streaming outfit says the show will have the usual tart tongued legal rulings dispensed by judge Judy but with a new batch of cases Simon says she's over the moon to be involved with Amazon studios judge Judy has been on the air since nineteen ninety six nonce last March that production on new shows will end next year with reruns airing on some stations were two years after that I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Episode 137 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 2 - burst 10
"And there's only like four main people in this movie. Yeah. At least two of the four had gone into this boat house and did the same thing. The director probably said Okay Open that cabinet and look at something we're gonNA throw a Cavallo. What am I looking for I don't know just you just just look for and they just randomly pick up stuff and set it down yet and batteries something this just just actor assest after comes the killer. Yeah and And really that death could have been avoidable and actually the girl I think she turns around and and like walk straight into a fish net, and so she like trap for a moment. Yeah. She's as smart as A. It also says that there is a paddle used as a killing weapon which I'm sure that's happened before but. Actually. Jason's done that before hasn't he? Misses voorhees. Yeah. Now I think that was the actual last death which was written in here. The original ending was written in the script had k. being killed by the slayer wash. It helps them. There's a death that actually has the writer director who is J S Holly Carbone Cardona. Let's not a Khartoum. Think, we're swinging a little too hard on them well now now, I see his face. He does like a Cardoni. He has like a little Kurci for around his neck. And this film kind of has that feel of like Italian horror flex like it was they were trying to. Reach for that but couldn't obtain what the Italian films have and They probably didn't have a super loud synth score going through the fire. That's what they were
Episode 137 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 2 - burst 09
"Of helping the killer a little bit by being monumentally stupid and. I. Kind of made me think of Oh I. Think it was sought to night where the girl was going to get the antidote or whatever, and it was in that trap box she stuck her arm and Michigan Blur arm back out. Yeah right? Yes. That's Kinda. How this guy just poked his head out. and. I guess it was like an elevator shaft or something opened onto the roof. It's not really clear and the way that it happened that things on a hinge in the way that it happens like he'd have to just hold his neck at a certain position for that thing to like slam down on top it's not like. It's doors it opens they used to come down and clamp around his neck. But I still enjoy that death because he. Is Good but it just seems like he was he's like suicidal or sent home. He wanted that tap and there's also a pitchfork death that's in the pictures this again, I wish we'd all my God. Let's devote the rest of our lives to doing a breakdown of what implement was used. And how many times you know we'll get a big chart going you UN. Sure Yeah pitchfork deaths. Lectures. I. Give an ascend. My two weeks notice to work right now because it's going to take his going to take some time with monks. We're going to be leading a little alike room together the microwave. That's all we have to just a microwave. Most popular stabbed with a pitchfork movies and TV shows. Yeah. Now, that's actually something that pulled up on. IMDB. Really yes it actually has Naive thinking that nobody had tabulated all that yet. They can you can actually on refine searches and keywords a home Mike God you can click on stab with pitchfork PITCHFORK says twenty two. but it also says bare-chested male. Yeah. Okay. Wow. They're really like there's all kinds of filters you can have applied to. Stab with a pitch for the prowler. Yeah. For sure delirium I don't remember delirium. Is that a F- lumber to Baba we're not to watch that. It's incomprehensible also the burning had like hedge clippers or something yes. So there was a excessive force I guess had a pitchfork death I don't remember that. There's a movie actually called pitch for two thousand and sixteen. At least it made the list. I. Guess we should have figured that did Otas name Michael Ian. Thomas in Griffith Thomas Ian Griffith I can't remember his whole name I wonder if
008. Cloak & Dagger (1984) - burst 02
"So we have, we have alternative from IMDB and then. I also took a ton writing my own cam. Oh, now I can't say it's very short but it made me laugh walsum rising it. I'll read it that anyway but his imdb Barry Short two sentences basically okay. Clerk Dagga, a young boy and his imaginary friend end up on the run while in possession of a top secret spy gadget. Yeah. Doesn't it doesn't tell you too much about it we like that. We usually give people credit for not saying too much now his mind. I you sat comfortably you have a drink. I'm good I'm good. Go some lunch. Good. Okay. I'm not a writer people. You're gonNA tell into this. Cloak and dagger eleven year old lady still reeling from the loss of his mother I'm with his father busy with work turns to the only way he knows how to deal with grief spied stories. Then begins to save delusions of a spine named Jack flack. However, this secret agent seems to have it in Theon Davey and begins to advise him to do dangerous things. This escalates to the point where flax begins to advise Davey to run into oncoming traffic and begin killing people. Simultaneously I'm not done. Simultaneously Davies two friends and annoying girl on a twinkie obsessed twenty something likes to hang out with much younger kids offer him no respite. During Ole, this David is accidentally involved in spy plot of his own where he goes against every bit of advice, a young child is given and does not report it to the proper authorities almost resulting in his demise and the loss of governmental secrets. Yeah. I mean it's gotTa
Is the Netflix documentary "Cutie" breaking federal law?
"Alone. Welcome to best case worst case this is Jim Clemente retired profiler former New York City prosecutor writer-producer CBS's criminal minds with today's high everybody. It's Francey, Hague's former state and federal prosecutor. Jim. Across the country and if it's possible, I'm even more outraged. Shall I say enraged than I was last week I find it. I. Don't know very believable. Because I know you but I know what you're outraged and enraged about. I agree with you tim I don't understand what's happening. You know we've we've done what is happening I. Don't know we've done. I don't know how many episodes where we've talked about. Hollywood. We've talked about power position predators. We've talked about a Hollywood sexualizing we talked about that movie call me by your name I remember that one member that you and I saw that. and. Just being outraged at the sexualizing of children and in that movie if I'm not mistaken, there was a nineteen year old actor playing a fifteen year old boy I think if I remember correctly. and. That was bad enough because it was depicting. The sexualization of a child even though it wasn't an actual trial here Jim in the newest entry into net flicks Pantheon, we have a movie called well in English. It's called cuties and it was released just last night as you are recording here. So on September ninth here in the US. Anyway it was released on Netflix said it's a French movie I think the original title was something like Lehman Mignon. Which I would. You know I was a French minor but French is a longtime ago for me I, thought meant the little ones but maybe it means cuties regardless. The Americanized is name is called cuties. And Jim. I didn't see the movie yet. But I've seen a clip of a dance from the movie before we get into the discussion of the movie. Let me just tell people who haven't seen the clips and you haven't seen the description of the movie. What is purportedly about? This movie is described by various media critics who've seen it. As a coming of age tale, a young girl fighting against the patriarchy. Now, how is she coming of age how she fighting against the Patriarchy this eleven year old she joins she's a Muslim child and she joins a dance troupe. Wow. That sounds interesting. Right she's breaking out of her cultural barriers whatever they might be or whatever she perceives them to be. She joins a child's dance troupe with a bunch of other eleven year old well, that sounds perfectly innocent. Well not really however. It's really not Jim because you and I have seen the clip why don't you take it from here? Well, for not I did just see the clip and I was shocked I was shocked at two things one the focus of the camera. On the general areas of young girls very deliberately. Very, sustained, very purposefully. But I'm also shocked by the fact that this depicts a dance competition and in the dance competition, these girls are on stage in public. Doing these you know basically dance moves and I'm using those air quotes that are that are basically saying and touching their general areas and a showing off between their legs I mean. They're simulating sex. That's the that's certainly a very. Easy determination or that's an argument that. CAN EASILY BE. Made. So, this bothers me for two reasons. One is that. It's apparently a competition that they're in in which this kind of behavior is actually. Promoted and encouraged. But the documentary style of it. Is that they are showing close ups of these girls is one thing if they're thirty, forty, fifty feet away on a stage, but to have a camera. where the entire screen is filled with the Crotch of an eleven year old girl and the camera is focused on that and again it's sustain it's not just passing. That is part of the definition of child pornography when a child is centralized in a way and they don't have to be naked for it to be child pornography but the image has to be focused on the Genitalia or on sexual activity, and even if that's mimicking sexual activity is putting a child in a sexualize situation and I believe that this does that. In fact, and I, I don't know what the rest of this movie is about but it's scary to think that this is just one scene in movie that that purports to do things like for example. There's a parental warning apparently on imdb would says, one of the many highly sexualize erotic dance scenes. That purposefully exploit an objectify numerous scantily clad underage girls. One of the female child dancers lifts upper crop top to fully display her bare breast. This they're saying. This is supposedly literally pulled from my md be yes. That's pulled from my MTV which they've changed as of now this this has just been a massive explosive controversy over the last twelve hours Jim and you're absolutely right. I. Hate telling you that because God? Usually wrong. But here you're absolutely right. It does fit the definition at least in the United States the federal definition for child pornography, which is the lascivious display of the genitals for the purpose of arousing the sexual desires of the viewer. There is no other way to describe how these children are dancing and that IMDB description minimizes it by saying it's sexualizing or Roddick with underage girls. They're eleven, years, old eleven what is that? Fifth. Grade. Fourth Grade. That's it's crazy that anyone thinks that this is okay. But the most important thing to me is that I think it might be a federal crime. It certainly fits the definition now in federal law in this country, there is an exception if it's art, but that is required to provide a whole bunch of information to the Attorney General of the United States about the age of the actors when there's any depiction. The age of these actors is clearly under eighteen. There's no question about it. Not Right now, typically Hollywood gets away with it by having someone who has just turned eighteen play somebody who's younger but that's not what's going on here and there was among the years ago called kids I think and they did the same thing they had actually young people and although they didn't actually they sort of hit the sexual parts, they suggested it. But this because of the music that's playing in the background that's clearly of a sexualize nature because of the humping that's going on and the touching of the general areas by these girls, and then you know the cutesy sucking on the finger. To, make it seem like an innocent girl is being sexualize. It's all together. It really does make me. Believe that they are they are violating federal child pornography statute and I think that that's something that you know it's not just well, this is a French movie and we're trying to be open minded this this this description goes on to say. Trigger Warning and eleven year old girl watches a female rap music video where naked women role play through dance both heterosexual lesbian sex acts an eleven year old. Female. Dance Group then mimics these sexual moves, the on themselves and on each other while the camera zooms in on their sexual body parts as they erratically rise. This can be highly distressing to many viewers. Covered Hani legal.
"imdb" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"I told you. It was fast might ask. So you get to go first in our final and all determining game. This is gonNA decide who gets the bragging rights today of being the winner is no prizes just ride at stake. That's more valuable than any prize right De. trae of you played this game yet it's called Weird Algorithm that doesn't sound familiar at all. A lovely. On the IMDB site. and. APP. If you got a thing now where if you go to the full cast list of any project, any movie or TV show, you can click on thing to refine the list based on popularity. According to IMDB and their. Massive amounts of data that they get from people using it so. It's very tricky re ordering the cast. Based on WHO's most popular today from classic movies of the past. So I'll name a movie and then each one of you get to name and you could share answers on this. You could talk about you know just everybody has to finally decide on an answer and if your answer if the person that you name, is there the top billed person in the movie you get three points second billed to third point one played three rounds everyone will get a chance to go. First we rotate who goes first. Nice. So we're. So it's cast list based on popularity. Yeah popularity according to. A MDP's weird algorithm because it. Data they've mind from us that we haven't been paid for. Come up with a game where anybody can win. So Curry popularity is what you've tried this before and I prove you wrong.
"imdb" Discussed on Sidewalk Ghosts
"This in your own reciprocate energy is is really about that. This is where we grew up as a community as people we have to allow people to be individual selves and then we have to be able to to be honor them for their differences whatever that divorce maybe and then see if we can grow from it and you know, not everybody is meant to be a perfect piece in the puzzle. That's why they're puzzles, but allow that piece dog. Kidspeace you be your peace and then collectively we make a puzzle. We may not necessarily belong together, but we belong for the whole picture for the whole picture to be great. We need each other and that's what's important their character proven by their reverence from others. They obviously loved as well the way they kindly recognized others moved my heart. So I sat together backstage and wait for a performance to come I was touched as they allow me into their lives. We've talked about our mothers and we shaped almost every my mom my mother and father never went past the third or fourth grade at a time that time as they married and became sharecroppers and they always picked Cotton Patch worked in the fields, you know, but there's some way in which my mom Whenever the joy of being around a mother and father it was that's contagious. If she could have come to that little farm and put roll out a red carpet for how long of a walk or she would come and do that. My mother graduated from college from college. She was the first sent her family to graduate from college, but the sacrifices made that were made it allowed her to graduate from college. They'll allow her sister and a brother to graduate from college were enormous and I've never seen I never seen anybody else has such reverence for their mother and father. Yes. I am but to see it come from that small community that they never left in they've never left. They were born in that Community. They lived in that Community worked in a community and they made their transition in that community and the beautiful thing about that is to watch my mom who going in other place. The world to come back and always pay homage to them and say you're the most important people in my life. You are the view of the center of what I am in you because you I am who I am and that was a beautiful that was a beautiful lesson as a child cuz you watched it interactions child watches the action it sees them you listen to them on the phone, you know, but some reason every time I heard my mother called my my my her mother and father my grandparents on the phone. She sounded like she was twelve years old and she foundations twelve years old and talking to him with such gentleness. What do you need mama? Would you need daddy? All that kind of gentle was remarkable, you know the remarkable and I felt that I wanted to be I wanted to have the same relationship with my mom and dad and I did you know, I was fortunate to have this this one month. Real relationship and beautiful relationship with my parents, you know, but you know what all for my siblings would say the same thing is a beautiful and it all starts off. You know, it starts when you look back on your life and you think about those particular moments and you think about what are the gifts that are given to you to allow you to start to listen to really try to hear to really try to understand and all that's all of that, you know, where it comes from and that's that's something that's just wanted. I think that's one of our Lives gifts to be able to do that. So it is to my new friends. I pay tribute engaged and unified to do my part as an unknown voice in furthering a Grand Mission within the reach of us all. A call that we each cultivate and celebrate our uniqueness perhaps we can individually find substance and filling our wells to the fullest. To have purpose as we reach out to one another and as we do to see more clearly the navigation of our individual lives. So it is that healed from my mind and just pressure. I am ever grateful to have been able to see past your IMDb. And as you have given this gift to me I stand for our share it with the world a quiet whisper that if we each allow into our hearts is one that just might be orchestrated by a most similar and loving author. So to Danny Glover and Cedric the Entertainer that beyond recognition of what you do or how well the world knows you I feel most inspired to share a profound. Thank you for who you are dead. And purr that letter that my new friend Cedric had mentioned. Well, I think what it read has already been said.
Interviewing Actor Dwight Turner
"Y Turner Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much for coming on the show Sir. Well. Thank you so much for having me on the show I'm excited I me, too. I love talking to creatives and you being a working actor. I have so many questions. Let's start out with. How has your twenty twenty been? Where to begin well, the year started off well Oh, and. Number of projects lined up in. It was really turning into what what I thought was going to be A. Fun and interesting goodyear, and then, of course you know the pandemic hit and everything has changed not just for me now just for my industry, but for every wine over the entire world I mean I. It's it's. It's a quite a fascinating situation that we are all in, so you know I? Had number projects lined up in project has either been. POSTPONED OR CANCELLED AND And it's just the reality of the situation and I hope that you know we can all get. Back to work soon You know I am in. So I I did a series last year. THAT'S GONNA! I think come out in the fall. It was supposed to have come out in the spring, but then that was moved because of Kobe and then. I booked a which is a first for an amazing. Thing happened where I I can sing, but I've never done a musical and I was asked asked to audition for a musical I. Did and I booked the lead romantic role. Musical, yes and. So it you know the composers of from New York as a show running off Broadway or did until covert hit and had a show running off Broadway and in The direct writer is an award winning guy, so it's a it's an exciting yet scary prospect because it's new for me, it's outside of my realm of acting but you know I just want to move forward and do a completely professional job and make myself and everybody else happy with the with the results, and we have been doing zoom rehearsals. Of Yeah because of the pandemic, and we actually did our first in. Rehearsal recently. And that was actually. Really Nice to to do because you know. When you're rehearsing. For. Something! There's a connection when you're act now, and and it's hard. If you're not there with with the person, it's hard to do that over a zoom com, and so so that's an exciting prospect a series that that. Filming has been put off to who knows win on that series. Stars can't go into the details, but it stars a known star of some other series who is involved in science fiction series as well as fantasy series I can't say that if you go to my DVD. There's Lionel air is there. I'm listed as rumored, but I can't I can't get the details myself, so it's if they. If you want to go to Miami of duplicates, it's easy. It's IMDB DOT me. Ford slashed. Why trump
Why Actress Lisa Vidal Believes "I'm here because this was supposed to happen."
"You. Grew up acting. When did you know that this was for you? I knew from a very early age that I loved to perform. I was always singing because I'm a singer. I always had music on the radio. That was my first love. Actually I also used to watch lot of television because you know. We lived in the Bronx and Spanish Harlem, so my mother was not like letting us out some. certain times the neighborhood. We get tricky, so she was like no in my out. Or whatever and so I, watch them on television. That was my friend. I watched movies girl, so I used to I was so pulled in by movies, and then I have my my aunt, my the-they who? Is such a hero in my life. She was always taking us to movies. Song Forget. UH, she said, drop us off at the movie theater me and my presence, and she'll be like I'll be back five PM to pick you up that she felt bad for us. Abuse stuck in us from weren't allowed to hang outside. So, we would be at the movie theater. Day those days you go from one theater to one movie to another you know at then I saw funny girl, my my my d. c., funny girl and I just fell in love with Barbara streisand and how she was singing and acting. And that was it. That was it I knew I wanted to do. What do you mark as your big break? You know what my big break was a film that I did all I like him. that was my big because I like it like that and I think there was a big break for all of us in that gnome, it was a small film that became like a cult film that became huge, and so I pretty much soon after that I got signed a deal to Aden, C., which led to my semen Silbert show that was my i. like big, lead role on a network primetime television show that Steven Spielberg for. Do you Steven Spielberg Rating? You Fan Fan Mail. Did that's surreal, please? I? Thought they sent it to the wrong guy This must be a somebody else. I couldn't believe it. I mean I still have it up on. My Wall is one of my proudest moments, and I always. Love Steven Spielberg Right, but I thought it was interesting to that when you got that spinoff. And you were really going to be carrying a pilot that there was a little piece of you that worried. Can I carry this pilot? Right like that is a different level of pressure to be like this show will succeed or fail, and you're not like the fourth or fifth person down in the credits it is you. Well Yeah I mean they brought Blair underwood in and our characters just exploded on the show. You know we became a hot. Partnership shelves some Cups Yeah you know I think. I. Think when you go from a guest star. else doing these kinds of roles or even a recurring character writing comes in now. Maybe you do three episodes. Maybe you do five episodes whatever? When you come to the place of a lead. And they're they're absolutely is a whole new level of responsibility, and absolutely without a doubt there is that you know that little bit of light on my Gosh when I do this, but. That's when you. Really embrace you towns, and and recognize the you are and say. Yes I can do this. Yes, this belongs to me on here. Because this was supposed to happen and it's it's a battle right because we had that little devil on one side, a little angel on the other who they talk into each year, and so we consist. That's why that's why training is so important. That's why understanding the process of creating a character be prepared preparation. Discipline Professionalism. All of that comes into play. So that, you're standing on solid ground and you have foundation when you come into that position, you know what you're doing. I was looking through your IMDB. Have you ever played a non Latina character? I have there been a few of those roles were actually white. Jane. That was written white. Gabrielle and I have the same representation, and they sent me the script and I got a meeting with Martin Brock. Akil and she was like I know Lisa's work. And we sat down for three hours and talked about Cara and. She's like I want you to be my car. It also shows you the value of having a person of color. Be The other person on the other side of that table. Right like the heels would get that absolute asks. They are so fro. You know black and Brown. Absolute.
Here's What We're Watching During Quarantine
"I've had for years box. Dvd set that celebrates the Chicago Bulls six championships in the nineteen nineties. The title is NBA Dynasty Series Chicago Bulls Real quick takeaways couple takeaways Scottie. Pippen totally underrated. I I mean. I know he's considered a legend and one of the top fifty basketball players all time. But but he's even better than that as far as the goat discussion. Greatest of all time between Jordan and Lebron James. All right I conceded. I think it was a year or so ago that Lebron has probably taken that title. I'm more than willing to be argued that I'm more than willing to be argued wrong as a Chicagoan but one thing is for sure after going through some of these. Dvd's Jordan is so much more fun to watch. I mean he just. He spent so much time doing beautiful things. High up in the air way above Lebron's had would have been so That's just a blast to watch now. You can't this is kind of a sneaky. Pick you can't stream this. Dvd set so. I'll take this occasion as an excuse to mentioned that. Espn's ten part Michael Jordan Doc. The last eight they move that up it was gonNA come out on June nineteenth. Yup the release date is April nineteenth. So obviously I can't wait for that listeners. I can maybe loan you my bulls box set because it isn't streaming but otherwise just look for the last dance this weekend on ESPN. I will be watching it. Yeah I have not seen the set that you are watching but I cannot wait for Sunday night. When the ten part doc starts it's been this mythical thing that's been rumored to be in production or potentially production for some time new house coming out and ESPN wisely bumping that up. I think it's something that a lot of people just like us are going to be watching my number three these fall under the category of blind spots and in this case there is a specific hook to Josh. Though it wasn't by design all explain it's my unofficial slash official. Bruce SURTEES MARATHON. So one day. I realize I'm kind of running out of options in terms of things that are really hooking me on net flicks and I know that there are some things I should get to real cinematic blind spots that have been mentioned on the show over the years that I feel regret about but they just seem heavy. I'm not ready for it yet. I need stuff. That's under two hours. I can knock it out and I needed to be reasonably entertaining but I do still WanNa feel like I'm getting some homework done. I do still want to feel like I've crossed something off my list that I felt for some time that I needed to get to so I went over to Amazon prime. And one of the things that popped up happen to be dirty Harry the first dirty Harry movie with Clint. Eastwood Don Siegel directed and right away. I realized how stylishly shot it was and so after I watched it I looked up who the DP was and I see that. It's Bruce Surtees. I think yeah I know that name. I can't really tell you what else he's done. I don't know much about his history's legacy at all but that is a name I have heard and oh I'll just file that away okay. So what's next? Couple of days later I go back to prime one of the film's POPs up. Lennie the Bob. Fosse directed film about Lenny. Bruce and that really is one for me. I've always been ashamed because I adore. Is You know all that jazz. Fosse's film I like cabaret quite a bit as well and in the TV series Fossey Verdon some of the making of Lenny POPs up in that TV series it. Of course POPs up in all that jazz as well. A lot of cutting to scenes of the fosse alter Ego Joe Gideon cutting the movie. That would become lenny so it was kind of just been a joke for me that I've never watched this film. I decide I'm going to sit. And Watch Lenny and. I'm watching the credits. And whose name POPs up is responsible for the Black and white cinematography. It's Bruce Thirty so then decide okay. Well this is just too convenient too much of a coincidence. We're going to make this happen and I'll give you just a little bit of background on him. Is He a name? That's familiar to you at all Josh. Young familiar with the name. I don't think I would have been able to identify any of his movies though right so he got his start as a camera. Operator working with Don Siegel and especially on Siegel and Clint Eastwood Films in the late. Nineteen sixty so movies like two mules for sister Sarah and Cubans Bluff and then his first role as a cinematographer. As the director of photography was Nineteen. Seventy-one it was the beguiled so that Seagal Directing Eastwood and then play misty for me followed that where he was working with eastward again but this time Eastwood as director that was his debut he died in twenty twelve and if you look at his. Imdb the early two thousands in the nineties were not good to surtees out of maybe twenty. Titles there's not one that really stands out as essential viewing and even at the end of the eighties. The decade closed for surtees with rat boy back to the beach and licensed to drive in the eighties for him was otherwise filled with a lot of eastwood's stuff prior to that so movies like Fire Fox and tight rope and sudden impact even honky. Tonk man his heyday really was the nineteen seventies which brought me to night moves. This is an Arthur Penn. Early Bleak Neo Noir starring Gene Hackman as a former football player turned disillusioned private. I would other type of private. I is there in the seventies and it's all set within the movie business so it's reflexive to in the mode of Altman's the long goodbye and then the one I most recently watched was another Eastwood blindspot. Which is Pale writer?
Podchaser lands seed funding of $1.65 million
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Actress Brittany Snow Talks About Putting in the Work
"So today we are sitting down actress producer director and singer Brittany snow that is quite some very loose you're the best thing of the three of us yeah I don't know about that your knees bending public is the age of three with her breakout role at twelve on guiding light which Harley stayed home to watch weird facts but you may know her from her roles in films like John Tucker die someone great or our personal Britt pitch perfect one two and three with over twenty years of acting Brittany has recently transition into exploring work behind the camera her direct to`real debut premiered earlier this year and now we can't wait to watch her starring on Fox's new drama almost family which premieres on Wednesdays lactobacillus second at nine pm Eastern eight pm central so we are so excited to talk to you today welcome to thanks for having me everybody getting it from nervous I don't usually talk in front of or real audiences at all live of course you're live and so this is going to be a new thing and first thing in the morning yeah I'm ready I think so let's start off with just walk us through your resume you're acting you know we'll just get into it when you were twelve I actually my mom got me into it when I was a baby so I started when I was three I started you know I wasn't like for her saying my line is and things when I was three but I did commercials I did a TV show called seaquest when I was eight years old I played an alien child that was a big deal for me I still aww speak alien if anyone asks and then when I was twelve I got guiding light and I moved here to New York and then I flew from New York back home to Florida where I lived you school back and forth probably twice a week and then finished school in Florida and then did the soap opera and moved up to L. A.'s do American dreams when I was fifteen did that show for three years and then started doing films after that the Classic Film Pacifier was my first movie people study that in ah I hadn't very proud of it and then from there you know I just went on to do other crazy movies and yeah when you say school like what was that normal school I was in normal school so my parents had a great idea which now in hindsight it was terrible idea to keep me in school because they wanted me to be normal and go to school and learn with everyone else and then go to New York and beyond the soap opera in half to memorize forty pages of lines and do that and then fly back to Florida and then be able to be in school at the same time so I taught myself basically because the union in New York and soap operas didn't facilitate a tutor so yeah it was kind of one of those hectic three years of my life where I went back and forth that's ex- for you but like I'm so grateful for your work thank you i WanNa talk about what is not on your IMDB profile what should we know about you that's not there In terms of work or anything I write a lot I think a lot of people don't know that I have written a few screenplays and I only would never call myself a writer yet because until I actually get something out there and get one of these movies that I've written seen directed I'm not going to call myself a writer I really enjoy that medium and I think something that people would know about me is that I'm very afraid of public singing and public speaking I'm having a shy yeah I cannot sing in front of people it's one of those weird things that defective mine I'd just frees up how do you audition good question it's a good question because I pretty much every audition that I've had where I've had to sing it's been I don't know all I've gotten the part to be honest I go into another usually close your eyes and just do Pittsburgh audition I was auditioning for and Jason Moore the director later hold me when we were filming you were so nervous I don't know how you got through it because I was closing my eyes and shaking but I got through it I would never ever guess that music that you did that that's so interesting though because we talk a lot do you consider yourself an introvert or you just get really nervous in front of people when you're Brittany it's funny because this changes but I've done some research on this and when I've taken you know Karl Jong Quizzes and things like that I've I've always been an extrovert because I gain energy from being around bowl and helping people and I love the energy of others but at the same time I'm also an introvert so it's shifted from into my thirties I'm now much orbiting time about this all the time because I think our team has always shocked and I think our audience especially when we do this we are both interests and this is exhausting to us because it requires us to be extroverts to be here so I think the three of us should go to good I think it's an interesting thing as you think about your building career and how do you balance sort of what you have to do for work with who you are as a person and your me time like how do you store how have you figured out what works for you to sort of stay sane and all of that it's been an interesting road with that because since being in this business for so long I I've seen so many people that have grown up with get burnt out or exhausted and I think that a good thing that was instilled in me by parents so my friends is that it's okay to shut off and gain inspiration by not having to be on you know it doesn't mean that you're a bad person it just means that you need time for yourself and I have a great support system with not only people but also with tools that I use of spirituality and things that I get outside I self music and things like that that make me feel like I can recharge and be a good person to others because I definitely don't support the idea that you have to be off I mean to people in order to get some introverted time our tools are being antisocial unsleeping my fiance says that he's like you're morning person you're not a night person you're asleep person and I'm like I love we find so we wanna get into almost family because when you were researching and watching the trailer this is a scary and fascinating show the premise can you tell us a little bit about it and where the show came from right so this is a concept that was originally created and in Australia the show was called sisters but even before that I think a lot of people might have read in the paper on the paper history interwebs That this is actually a really prevalent story that people are going through where a fertility doctor has used on material to impregnate his patients and I think that because of the new age that we're in with ANCESTRY DOT COM and DNA testing twenty-three me regaining so much information knowledge about ourselves that we never had before and although that's overwhelming and exciting it's also stabilising and the scary and so this facility doctor in our story is being held accountable for his actions and within that there are three women who kind of have to find each other and realize that they're sisters I played Julia Beckley who seemingly is the only daughter of Leon Beckley the fertility doctor and find out that I have multiple siblings two of which are these women bad I get close to the story is so crazy I don't even know what what made you WanNa take this role well so when I was doing someone great one of my best friends jammed up I love Oh huge game favourite if you guys haven't seen it like you'll cry you'll feel all the field definitely yeah even the tough guys cry so my friend heard I've always been trying to work together in so many different capacities and she was like there's this Australian show sisters and they are bringing it to America and it's going to be for Fox and just keep I on it so I told my agents about this long ago and I've been tracking it forever and then I finally got the audition for it and I was like this is my part I had to really for because I was doing a movie in Dallas at the time and I put myself on tape and had to go to this really creepy place to audition for where we sent it to La knew that I wanted to be a part of it because it had a really interesting balance of levity and also depth and it really had a portrait about these three women that were complex and also really empathetic characters and the main thing I I really loved that Leon Beckley the fertility doctor who is my father you know a few ago this would have never been a story that could come out where a man falls from grace white doctor man who really gets held accountable for his actions and I wanted to be a part of something where my character was the is for the viewers and to what this man has done and also trying to create a new family for
"imdb" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Her IMDb profile is stacked with incredible TV shows and movies like Twin Peaks Californication boogie nights the hangover Austin powers the spy who shagged me and more they'll play around of deal breakers he drives an old police car but not least talk about some of heather's past costars they would wire every set and play music in his ear but that he thought would like inspire him in the city that and more coming up in minutes right here on on a Ferris is unqualified there isn't qualified the podcast you can listen to it I heart radio and we're playing highlights for you right here on one of four three my F. and you'll hear more with me on a Ferris and just a few minutes.
"imdb" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You would be hurt. By that beyond measure. It's just a jersey man. Like be Warren Sapp, if you don't want anyone to touch your jersey. You weren't that you were good. You weren't great. And there's a new sheriff down. His name is Bruce Arians. I mean, that's it new roles we sheriff new roles that's the deal and he wasn't warrants that. That's the key part, if it's Warren, Sapp, even new sheriff comes in and preserve that jersey, but you're just Gerald McCoy. Get over it doing a favor. Chris look up. Gerald McCoy's IMDB, and let's see how many stats do God gets right about what Gerald McCoy IMDB an look movies looking to check it out. Check out your McCoy's I am as pro football focus. Great. Are you saying McCoy's a bit better than that? I'm giving them credit for I'm saying the part that's going to make this hard is that, that position doesn't lend itself to a lot of sacks and saying he's not orange. Sap is saying what every defensive lineman since Warren, Sapp is, which is that they're not Warren Sapp getting sacked from the middle of the field. So I'm McCoy's IMDB. There was an acting credit and which he played Gerald McCoy in the league, which was a popular show on FX, then he played himself on the Dan Patrick show in episode twelve point four two thousand eighteen and also something called the game day commute. He played himself archive footage, he was featured once on Romans burning. I had coffee with my coli half an hour ago. We should check us apps. IMDB. You know, Gerald McCoy never appeared Dan league leaders and sacks never had double digits not one year. Never he plays defensive tackle, whatever. But guys, we some of the pawn a second, Gerald McCoy IMDB page. I don't know why he's got to. But that's why I told you to look for him. He played by he played himself on celebrity family feud, he played himself on TV series called boomer and geo. Oh, is that? The, the new morning show out there played himself on the Jim Rome show. He's been typecast as himself. No, no, no. He played an audience member and WWE raw in two thousand seventeen and he played himself as an Oklahoma sooner in the FedEx national championship payments. I went to Warren Sapp's IMDB, and in two thousand twelve did you guys know get had a show called judge Sapp? Warren, Sapp was a judge in Warren staff court. Neil people resolve real issues before one of sport's, most outrageous, and outspoken personalities, donning, a robe and wielding a gavel for the first time judge Sapp lying to click now. Jimmy a favorite hold onto that Bill. Get me as much as you can get cleared..
Emmy nomination voting underway
"KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting the original series, when they see us from Asia Duve Rene based on the true story of five teens who are falsely accused of a brutal attack in central park. Emmy eligible in all categories. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt felony of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt EMMY voting is open. And, you know, there's always a lot of second guessing and campaigning, and it's all good this year. However, we're seeing the end of game of thrones. And that is a, a huge potential category killer in the best drama category. And for that reason we have seen other series that do might have been competitive kind of stay out of the way the eligibility for the Emmys ends at the end of may. So you often will see a lot of shows premiering in may just so that they can get into that window to be eligible this year. We saw the opposite in that best drama series category. The Handmaid's tale is premiering in June and stranger things. Netflix is premiering in July. And those were two shows that typically would be in the EMMY race Handmaid's tale, obviously was the first streaming series to ever win. In the drama series. Emmy category this year. They're both steering clear of game of thrones. Because the expectation is that game of thrones is just going to run the category and win and went out. I mean it would be the you know job well done award. However, you know, I I'm going to confess that I not a person who watched game of thrones. But I do watch my Twitter feed and mandate. I see blowback about the way that series ended. Yeah, I think there was a lot of negativity. And I think people were surprised by who ended up on that iron throne, but I don't think ultimately voters will care about the negativity. I think that this is a game changing mammoth moment in television. People say, we will never see a show again. Like EMA thrones. I, I don't know if that's true, but voters are going to without in my opinion voters are going to go for the show and, and give it the, the this year, I wonder if it had been vulnerable. Maybe the strategy was bad. You go ahead and compete against it, but who could afford? Seen that potential vulnerability. Meanwhile, you know there's the limited series category. That is very competitive when we see HBO rolling out Chernobyl net flicks, rolling out the central park, five drama series from ABC Vernay, when they see us, and they are coming up with kind of, you know, interesting claims to bolster the profile of how popular how highly rated, you know, the metrics may not stand up to too much scrutiny. But this is the game that is played. I'm always very skeptical of anything that Netflix says because they do not have any third party verification for their ratings claims but they claim that when they see us is the most popular show on net flicks every day since it debuted in the US, which would be pretty significant, considering that they have, you know, things like friends, and the office that are perpetual popular, and then HBO came out with this dubious thing that turnober was the highest rated show on HBO in its history. And they were using some IMDB ranking that purported to assess fans and critics. And I think people just kinda laughed at that big little lies. Maybe you know, I would say for sure that both of them are really well reviewed and very high impact, especially in the case of when they see us we'd seen Linda fairstein him roundly, the sex crimes in New York being hounded out of her foundation and. And other gigs. Now, the one of the prosecutors the this is have think people are finally seeing that what happened in that case through. I mean it's been the subject of documentaries. It's not news. But David Verna through the dramatization has really shown the kind of impact that entertainment can have in the real world. Yeah. And it really shows this category of limited series, and how much it's grown over the past few years. Remember, this is a category that the academy basically did away with combined it with made for TV movies, because there weren't as much of these being made as there used to be. Now there are so many limited series that this category is absolutely packed. If you look at just the Fossey Verron program on FX that got a lot of critical attention Showtime, made a lot of noise with escape Denham Maura HBO has turnober as you mentioned in sharp objects had Amy Adams and then true detective which is in this category, and is somewhat diminished from its heyday. But that, you know, had an amazing performance by. Marshall Ali in that. And that doesn't even include the George Clooney thing catch twenty two which got a lot of attention. So there's a ton of amazing limited series that are competing against each other. Yeah, I would say outstanding performance by Maharshtra Elliot's redundant at this point. Thank you, Matt, thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter he joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include Showtime, presenting the comedy series kidding starring Jim Carey in what Rolling Stone says is the part, he was born to play more at S H, O dot com slash f y c.
The Harris Poll Releases Annual Reputation Rankings
"Did you know that Amazon is the highest rated tech company for reputation quotient? So this is a really interesting story from axios. They do it's called the axios Harris poll every I guess every year, they survey eighteen thousand Americans. To ask them which companies have the highest reputation quotient. But what really surprised me is that of all the tech companies? Let me let me go back to the scrapping Amazon has the highest number two at if you look for what? Being a good company, not reputation of sucking. Let me see how do they define reputation. Well, if you if you look at that graph of Facebook being all the way down. Yeah. Got it. So if you look at the graph, which this is seven years of results of these polls, Microsoft, and this was the story actually published is actually come up quite a bit. There's there's among big tech companies among the fangs they're number two. It's Amazon Microsoft number nine net. Flicks. Twenty four apple oddly enough, number thirty two on the list below Amazon, Microsoft, and Netflix and just above Google. But nobody, but nobody is as bad as Facebook and really Facebook is plummeting their ninety number ninety four out of the top one hundred now companies untouched by scandal companies that consumers can trust. I don't know. I guess so like trust and across. Yeah. I see one because most people assume when you say the word, Amazon, they think of the place they go online and on my marketplace to buy good. And get stuck over their house. They don't realize that. Amazon isn't just the everything store their largest, cloud computing provider. They have home security systems fashion designers books, they own IMDB.
Amazon knows what we buy, and it's turning that into a huge ad business
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace and buy evident from identity verifications to background checks and everything in between businesses can run accurate and comprehensive verifications easily and securely on a single platform all while minimizing exposure to users personal information. Learn more by visiting evident ID dot com slash tech to sign up and get started today, that's evident ID dot com slash tech. Amazon's information about what we are buying is turning into a really good ad business from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. You're how there's this sense that if Amazon gets into your line of work, you're in trouble. Well, Hello digital advertising. Amazon has been slowly building up its ad business. Leading brands target ads to people on Amazon dot com, and it's other sites like the live streaming platform twitch IMDB, which it owns and Zappa Zappa's. And then, of course, all across the web. And it's pitch is simple. Amazon is telling advertisers that the best predictor of what you the consumer are going to buy is the stuff. You've already bought a report out today from research firm emarketer says Amazon has been a distant third in digital ads behind Facebook and Google and is starting to look like a dangerous third Monica Pierre is senior forecasting director for emarketer. So over the next year, we expect to Amazon will cross over the fifteen. Billion mark. Meaning that it's definitely gaining share on the top to add selling platforms, both Google and Facebook and gaining over ten percent share in the market, which which will be quite a feat. When we think about not even being, you know, five or six percent in the past couple of years, and then tell me about the data advantage or the the data play that Amazon has I mean, it seems like it's taken people a long time to realize the potential power of Amazon, including maybe Amazon from a business perspective the power of Amazon, knowing what you buy exactly it. And that's really the true differentiator when we think of Amazon and in its competitors. Really? You know, Google certainly knows what we've searched for and Facebook definitely knows what we've liked who are connected to but Amazon. Will know what we bought and for advertisers that are selling products, that's really helpful to know. So this, of course, does rely on any e commerce at business relies on your data. Amazon has a lot of trust right now in with a lot of consumers at a time. When people are getting more mistrustful of the advertising yuko system and how much information it gathers is that a concern for Amazon at all that consumers might say. I didn't know you were gonna use my information this way, right essentially, it comes down to ease of use. And whether the customer is getting what they've asked the platform for and so such as it is with, you know, other platforms Google as long as you're returning the search results that that you're looking for consumers are can be quite forgiving about sharing information. So that's an opportunity, of course for Amazon. On. But it is something that consumers will start to think more and more about the question becomes whether advertisers. See that as a risk math, Monica Pierre, senior forecasting director for emarketer. And she says this realization that real time information about what people are buying might lead to successful ads who thunk right is also pushing other ecommerce companies such as wal mart to build add businesses too. And now for some related links as it happens. Bloomberg had a good story over the weekend about WalMart. And it's add ambitions, you can find that on our website. Marketplace tech dot org. One thing. It says is that WalMart actually has more US customers than Facebook Google or Amazon combined, but just hasn't figured out. How to take all that good information about what people like to buy and turn it into money, but Amazon's rapid growth in terms of advertising, certainly offering a new model. In fact, the story notes that target's grocery chains like Kroger and other brick and mortar stores are starting to make the same pitch to advertisers about how useful their data is for selling ads that get people to actually click and buy it's a super interesting development because it tells you that the race for who's going to win the internet era is definitely not over even though it feels like Facebook and Google have a lock on the whole thing. Sometimes I mean, advertisers are a mercenary bunch. They're looking for something called conversion rates that is the thing where we actually click and by. Instead of just ignoring ads, and if they start getting better conversion by buying out space from WalMart or target or Sears or Domino's pizza. Then all of a sudden Facebook and Google don't make so much money after all, and they're not so invincible, of course, Amazon could just end up being the most invincible of all. But either way the story is not yet written and it's possible that a new chapter is just starting. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Patrick in Santa Cruz. California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life. And that we're helping make him smarter through high quality thought provoking and informative journalism to join Patrick and supporting what we do. Please donate online today at marketplace dot org. Thanks to Patrick and all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Tokyo. Athletic making shoes for running walking, fitness and recovery off featuring their economy chromato- box, natural fit and low drop platform. Do your body a favor and visit towpath letting dot com slash tech. Enjoying others who've done their research. Get ten percent off your first pair using promo code tech at checkout on towpath letting dot com T O P O athletic dot com. Promo code tech.
Jussie Smollett: US police sources allege Empire star ‘staged’ attack
"On empire, actor jussie smollet. Multiple sources have told ABC seven that police are investigating whether small it and the two men staged the attack allegedly because small it was being written off empire. A source familiar with the investigation told ABC that smaller failed to appear for an interview with detectives on Thursday, but has since spoken with police. The Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson contacted ABC to say they are continuing to treat small at as a victim. And the investigation remains ongoing. Chicago police told ABC news quote police are investigating whether the two individuals committed the attack or whether the attack happened at all end of quote. That is a quote smaller released a statement Thursday evening sane today. Just you did answer routine. Follow up questions for the Chicago. Police department and continues to cooperate small. It's representatives said he is not being written off empire. Twentieth Century, Fox and FOX entertainment released a statement saying the idea the jussie smollet has been or would be written off of empire is patently. Ridiculous remains a core player on a very successful series. And we continue to stand behind him. Law enforcement official told ABC news at the homes of the persons have been I were rated on Wednesday night police removed shoes electron devices and other items. They believe could help them determine if the two people played any role in the assault. Neighbors described a swarm of officers and canine unit. Subs walking in alley one a police car stopped in the alley. They told me they they told me to go inside the house. But then maybe five minutes later there were like twenty police here right by the door. The neighbors said they believe the men who are Nigerian our brothers who grew up in that apartment and have lived there for years. Neighbors described them as friendly and possible bodybuilders and said they have long wanted to be actors Chicago police said they cannot confirm any of those reports earlier that the two persons of interest are not suspects and had not been charged. Investigators are only talking to them at the. Time. The two were picked up Wednesday night at O'Hare international airport. Also, the the story came out, you know, in in relation to them, you know, being aspiring actors that at least one of them had been an extra on the show empire. But I haven't seen any confirmation from from FOX on that because we don't know the names of the individuals we couldn't like search and IMDB database or or anything like that. So I don't I don't know of any confirmation by officials or by Twentieth Century, Fox, the producers of of empire that at least one of those persons as a is someone who's appeared on the
"imdb" Discussed on Raised by TV
"Only takes like your fifty fifth person getting friend getting a staff writer before you go to put a spectacle. And then to be able to have that example in your home. It's so neat my partner. I would say was always more of the schemer than me. Like he was when you started the comedy troupe. I think he was waiting started thinking after college we could go back out there and put on a show, and that's how we'll get an agent or whatever and his father was an entertainment lawyer. Something about the mindset to me. I guess I'd never thought of writing. Then I liked it. But it was still a pretty big leap. Like, I was maybe a senior in college before I thought an I'm going to do it. Yeah. That's cool though. That's still the most. That's awesome. It worked out. Yes. Speaking work at young bridge up there. There are some mysterious gaps in. I wanna hear about the gaps. Let's take a quick break. And we'll come back with Johns. I am to be smart move. Let's dive in this. Do you? See do you see something on the I'm curious kind of jumping back and forth. Because I see that you your first writing credit on IMDB is from nineteen eighty five. But then you also have a producing credit from nine hundred eighty eight. So I'm curious about how that happens people because I've even seen that happen with people. I know where I'm like, oh, that's number visor. Oh, yeah. They're Steph staffer, oh, they produced the show. I don't understand that path. I I can't explain that path. But that probably won't explain whatever happened between one thousand nine hundred five thousand nine hundred eighty like later in my career, what happened once I was writing for TV is it's just title bumps and like TV shows at least used to be very hierarchical you'd work your way up from staff writer to story editor to executive story editor to co-producer producer, supervising producer, co executive producer, all those jobs. Do the same thing basically until you get to executive producer? If that person Bruns the show them. That person does something different. And so it's like payback with every title if it's your if your third season in a row, you're up to story. And and some shows take all that more seriously than others like in the eighty some shows could literally determine where you sat and like more senior writer might tap a younger right around the shoulder wanting the writer to vacate the seat. Just like you have really crazy stuff. A lot of these old sitcom models. I feel like when staffs were bigger, especially we're very militaristic. Yeah. So that's all that title stuff is. It's like your rank all marching like what's the difference? Really? In this case, you're coming up jokes. And you're pitching stories and either you're the person making decisions or you're not. But yeah, I guess and now you can be like a coat like if you go to a writer's room. You couldn't tell the difference between co-producer and a staff writer based on how the conversation normally. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Can you tell me what television parts is and Michael Smith and television parts, which was a series that came off of that? Or was TD television parts move pilot because they're labeled as TV movies, which I find really annoying. I there's. There's a there's a couple of reasons for that. I think that Michael Nasmyth is mainly guilty for it. Because he compulsively repackages his own products. I graduate from college in nineteen Eighty-one my partner, and I came out here and put on a show a sketch show. We got the material to Michael Ness meth. I think it was through a friend of my partner's father, and he had just on this thing called elephant parts, which was music and short comedy films, and he'd won the first Grammy award for videos from this thing elephant parts, and he was at that moment known for mixing music and comedy together. Now, if you look at it with a critical you'd say he wasn't the best at music, and he wasn't the best at comedy like the Nick cannon those forces. Like good enough at both with a lot of interesting transitions. And he was went the rich at the of the music video. So it was a form that worked what television. And she started hiring us to write comedy sketches for cable TV and stuff mainly with his own money because his mother invented liquid paper. So he wasn't just the monkeys..
"imdb" Discussed on Raised by TV
"I woke up at one AM because my dog was going crazy and then at seven AM my fire alarm in my bedroom. Went off for. To woke me up on the couch at like one thirty. Watching. American vandal almost. Takes me while to watch shows because I always have to wake up and then like bump back like to watch. I didn't do my due diligence and watch Ashley and Evan the new Ashley Simpson reality show. That's neck. Oh, yeah. Right. 'cause you're writing a thesis. When everything post to my DVR, I have to. Enough about us and our shit lives. We have a really exciting guests today with an extensive. I m page that is thrilling to me whenever we get someone who unfortunately despite having actual credits. Still wants to be on the podcast like nothing more than the troll through their IMDB. Ask them some questions about shit. They've worked on so ladies and Joe put your answer I feel like right alive show. All right. Let's get pop. Ladies Jemma, you'll put your fucking hands in the air. For. Thank you. Now, we got them hyped. Let's deliver. Let's just talk about your childhood little before you jump into your IMDB page because we love to hear like what you grew up watching, and what your childhood was like in general, I grew up in Greenwich Village in the sixties. So so you're watching out your window. Some of the was pretty it was pretty interesting, very colorful childhood. I grip macdougal street until nineteen seventy that's cool. And I've watched a lot of things indiscriminately, I had no idea up until like, I know thirteen fourteen what was a rerun. And what was new? Yeah. Like when I was a kid. I was watching say the Brady bunch and Partridge family which renew, but maybe I'd watch a Gilligan's island rerun that was old. And I wouldn't know I wouldn't know. It's what. Yeah, we talk about it. Like, I would watch an episode assay by the balance it would be like minute fifteen that I'd be like seen this already. Like, I didn't even realize. Yeah. Like networks indication all that stuff. And I remember being excited about laughing and excited about that, man. But. I think partly that had to do with getting a color TV. Oh, yeah. Seeing everything black and white maybe until sixty seven sixty eight I don't remember when we got color TV, exactly. That was a big deal, and at that point, you would gravitate towards the more colorful. Yeah. I was. In color, at that point, not every show is in color, and the ones that were in colored didn't all look like Batman or laugh in which we're very colorful, right? And it's just at that point. It's just pure like lizard brain pretty colors or even something like the like, the wonderful world of Disney opening credits. Like that was designed for people who just gotten color TV. So you've been experiencing black and white until then have been actually so crazy that must be what it was like when podcast we're adventure. You can relate millennials feel like I would connect it to Pixar movies or something where suddenly became as different type of animation. And it was really cool looking or I don't know it just it seemed to be more realistic finding nemo or like even like Lord of the rings the first trilogy when when new line made that came out, you're like, whoa. You can make like cool shit with via fax shit. Yeah. It was preceded by some years of frustration with like their friends who had color TV. I so it was always like a couple years of are you going over to the friends for the special show or you allow you watching at home like once you knew it existed. It was a little frustrating. So you would still get laughing or something, but it would be not color. You would get if the civic show specific years, but yes, you would still get once shows were in color. You would also see those shows in black and white if you had a black and white teeth, okay? Which was kind of the norm still van and transition. Once we moved to California, I grew up in the valley. Just going to public school from age eleven starting nineteen seventy and I feel like a lot of my like TV viewing. Then was escapist. And that was like perfect family stuff like the Waltons little house in the prayer..
"imdb" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"But the most famous movie in the world. That's a great question. Young man. Here's the answer. Titanic. It is and footsie. And gone with the wind. There's more than one answer and avatar. Yes. So it turns out because really the famous is a loaded word is. So really depends on what you mean by famous. So when you search simply what's the most famous movie in the world when you actually search for that question, you're going to get all sorts of answers, and it really comes down to how you measure it. Now, I said Titanic, and that's according to IMDB Titanic is at the top of the list of the most watched movies of all time. Okay. Then if we go over to. This was a story from two thousand eighteen this year the hundred best movies of all time has chosen by actors. And they they sent ballots out to a bunch of working actors and the number one movie that came back was Tootsie number two, by the way. The godfather followed by woman under the influence and cinema Paradiso. Oh, that's true. I don't either. But okay. Then remember, I said gone with the wind, and there was actually one of the films that our caller mentioned well turns out gone with the wind was voted the favourite film of Americans in a poll in two thousand eight.
"imdb" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The second episode of Alec Baldwin's new show aired in it saw him interview of all people Kim Kardashian. I know I was reading a review that says basically his interview style is weird like he bounces around kind of like ricocheting between impressions, and then like very clear shade questions. I it's interesting. Low IMDB rating ferry lowly or out of five. I don't know how much that matters. I don't know who can vote on IMDB. I don't know if like Baldwin haters could just pile up there. Right. Right, right. Another thing that I saw being said was that he he keeps referring to research that had been done for the interview and figures that have been compiled, but he never actually cite the sources, you know, or said numbers, but having said that I thought what an interesting choice for an interview to go with. You would not expect that no especially not from Alec Baldwin. But on this show, he sits down with her. And she talks about the robbery that changed her life. Obviously what happened two years ago is not a good advertisement fever moved to Paris. But why do you still live in L A when odyssey you could live anywhere? I know you probably have about homes. Why don't you live somewhere else? And.
"imdb" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Piece. Recommends. Is. Maybe that is. Need a second up in. These are five star reviews. I like to say that they were culled from Amazon, but they weren't because this movie is not available on Amazon. So I've found these on IMDB and there's only two. This one is titled the body beautiful by Jane hill Britain in two thousand and five. And it goes like this. They weren't trying to remake gone with the wind. They were simply trying to please the audience with the assets and the charms of that beautiful nineteen eighties underrated heartthrob Christopher Atkins forever, regulated to the blonde haired guy in the Brooke Shields movie. This was his chance to shine, and he. The chemistry between Chris and Leslie is incredible and undeniable. Their sex scene is like taking a peek in real life. Was that a tongue he slipped in her. But the real star, of course, Christopher what he is presumed to have lacked invest being quality. He more than makes up for not only with his gorgeous looks, but his charisma, he never wanted to be Spencer Tracy. He simply wanted to entertain us and a night in heaven. He does Viva Atkins ten out of ten. I have never been more certain of anything in my life than the that that was written by Christopher. These trees. Tracy, is that what we hold people up to their nose, peds, Tracy. That's the high regard of acting. This is from an eighties girl with you. Paul, Spencer Tracy is garbage. November twenty three. I saw this when I was young and they never really got it until I was thirty. The writer really identifies the conflict. Someone the lead female feels at this age, how lonely and stagnant marriage can be the urges and desires you feel that you missed out on when you were younger? Every time I see this film. I cry. Because I can really identify with every woman in this film. From slick to Patsy to Fe and even Rick's mom. Nameless. I have yet to see a film that captures everything. A woman can be a housewife, vixen, a mother, a sister, etc. I have been with one person for eight years. And we'll always look for my night in heaven. PS love the way at kipnes nibbles on his cookie while looking at war and. Nine out of ten..
"imdb" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Futuristic probably how many movies had that came out in two thousand had two thousand in their title i think almost every movie they were required to are you just going by imdb and the parenthetical year after them yeah most of them have it it's you know no that's just the way that i am db displays what year movie came all they're just slam part of their this is planning with the movie theaters tell them to display dino why it's called a mortar board named after the bricklayer's tool carry mortars mortar not mortars let's blame could bluey what do you think of these people tom they write things on their mortar board well i have a lot to say about caps and gowns in general what are you saving this for why don't you just why are you saying we're recording episode for half hour in i don't know you know i have a lot i have so much that don't know where to start d do you win all right when we were in high school we didn't have to buy them right they gave they like lent them to us i think we had to like yeah i think there's a small fee to rent them maybe yeah but in college i had to buy mine not me i could i gave them back i think i maybe i pay him ever a real pain in the eight to give over may yeah maybe i did have to give it back now i feel like i bought it and it was very expensive and i opened it up and i was like this is like a halloween costume material like what did you think is going to be like court justice.
"imdb" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Right yesterday during the day i said a very important project for you i know we're on print the magazine's going to print but i need you to drop everything here doing how do you think of great gate themed game idea for the podcast and boy did he deliver tell them what you came up with tell us the premise of this here's here's the imdb easter egg hunt so we take a celebrity movie star that we all know and love and we dive deep into their imdb page basically their tv and film resume and we pick out the craziest easter egg on their page but weirdest movie the most random movie okay whatever and for the contestants we will pit that choice against a similar choice and they have to guess which movie is is the real imdb okay easing our phones i select yes yes so playing against thomas tommy i this week our newest podcast or any downs and currently undefeated against listeners through that's right bash not feeling confident not feeling confident let's see the visitors go first so thomas will go first so take it away all right so i'm here is your first question in the imdb easter egg hunt you know him as the man who brought jesus to the big screen in passion of the christ but which shaquille o'neal movie did jim caviezel also appear in is it zam or blue chips thomas i'm assuming familiar with shaquille o'neal catalog pretty intimately.
"imdb" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"He's always passing out and shit yeah yeah no i love i love me some ross mcdonald and he's like his it's not that he invented the style obviously like that was done but like his dialogue is so cool to either funny really funny lanarkshire is a funny character is his his ups for vacations are humorous yes not in a ridiculous way so no subtle yeah and yet lew archer is a great he's up there to me with you know sam spade and and oh my god why am i blanking on gentler 's character more marlow yeah philip marlowe which don't here is lou lou archer as much i guess because he didn't really get a film yeah they didn't tell me about it but not nothing as as yeah man not as many as expected has been three lou archer it really should be more especially considering how many lew archer books there are yeah oh yeah man you can't go wrong with ross macdonald we can't if you're trying to make a movie or tv show which is a terrible choice even five five for lou archer a couple of movies man someone should should option this for modern day movie it could be awesome i mean it's there's nothing about it that's the makes of obviously there's elements of the characters that would not work out but there's there's plenty of update it for sure yeah great movies is really unfortunate because you're not you're not fuddy against every anything it's it's nothing has been made.
"imdb" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Yeah yeah oh state or will get the knicks who is actually pretty good at playing a jerk who played generally nick sir see where he's been a bunch of stuff i'm looking yeah looking him up that is terrible imdb pick what the fuck let's just do a close up of my pores three billboards as well playing some kind of priest oh yeah okay i know who he is yeah and then who knows who knows how many of these people you actually have to cast right because the import ones i mean i don't know as anyone else from the casts have a good voice because they could be greater well sally hawkins could guess we have a we don't know how she sends us we have only seen her in shape water but i'm sure she can't speak wait we i do wanna look her up again let me see have i seen her in anything look at her filmography no i haven't she was in godzilla i've heard good things about paddington oh yeah me too i won't watch it ever probably but i've heard good things as well i think have we should do a padding tampa said there are two now so we can compare them all right it's done yeah i haven't seen her in anything well sorry sally hawkins you don't do it for me i guess enough for me to watch other stuff anyway baby boom fish man is a movie i wanna to watch.
"imdb" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Yeah so yeah fuck your little synopsis dude so i be like in ninety seven but nobody used it i did did you know it was called cardiff's internet movie database yeah some dude in britain and i used to look at all the time because it awesome and then and then it became imdb and then it got bought by amazon and that's where advertising for amazon than anything else and this has been a whole amazon puck this thank you i'm as unfair the money that's another little microcosm of what's going on in the world all right let's look at this cast and this is not a woody allen movie so we can do it without guilt directed by charles shyer oh charles he was he from the shire i don't know but he wasn't charge he definitely was on this movie and i mean i just assume it's genius but his list of movies are all movies i'd never went to say irreconcilable differences nope try very more caesar parents yeah now baby boom father of the bride which is the steamboat remake right yes i had is which i have seen and it's yeah you don't wanna see it i love trouble which i've never heard of julia robertson nick nolte finally close together partout affair the necklace alfie and then they stopped letting them to movies and everything's tv movie weiss alpha was that you'd law rebecca from like king saw that as well really it was a good it was okay i mean it was you know it was probably on the level of baby boom it's not anything you need to see that's high praise for baby boom know what's going to happen all right so this is a movie about a woman.
"imdb" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"That was a great touch yeah anyway so we're this week we are doing we're gonna do this imdb game again well it's not the imdb game it's a who knows casts casts recasting we take two movies that we did a scientific methods pick these moves out one from eighty seven one two thousand seventeen and we are forced to recast them from one to the other all right so you're two movies that you wanna do which i've only seen one of as f i we're going to recast the shape of water excuse me with baby boom and vice versa all right so let's take a look at baby booms cast serse let's just read a quick synopsis of what baby baby was about since we neither of us watched it and i am one hundred percent sure that no one is listening to this is ever watched it and it's called baby boom and it's the life of a super yuppie is thrown into turmoil when she inherits a baby from a distant relative which happens all the time so this is true to life yeah i think that's what you do right you leave people babies in your will when you kick off oh there's also a storyline but that looks way too because it's written by some dumdum you user or reader that not only a reader but reader has still has an aol dot com address although who knows well no instill was too late in the day by the time i was out to have aol address.