17 Burst results for "Jennifer Beals"

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KOMO

"In the city 36° at 6 25 Wednesdays For what it's worth I'm Dave packer All toys are becoming big business It's really exciting having a LEGO set and knowing that it's worth so much Like if you spent 60 on it a few years ago but now it's worth three or $400 That feels good Avid LEGO builder Emily has plenty of sets of her own but toy expert Jordan says it's not just building blocks that can build cash Toys that are currently running with a movie or theatrical release right now We're talking about Star Wars marvel vintage marvel collectibles are going up in value And if you're looking to sell you want to go and look around the Internet find out if you can see your item somewhere else and then comparative shop See if they have what you have Number two completeness You want to make sure your item or your toy has all the accessories and weapons that it may have originally come with And three really take a look at the timeliness of what you have This toy was hot 30 years ago Do people still know what this item is today For what it's worth Dave packer ABC News Wednesdays have long been called hump day but could we do better than that for a little boost of inspiration with more Here's ABC's ika jochi Motivation Monday transformation Tuesday throw back Thursday So what's trending on Wednesday How about hashtag wellness Wednesday Some might say we need the most motivation on Wednesdays right in the middle of the work week So close yet so far from the weekend And that's why wellness Wednesday was started on Twitter inspired by actor activist Jennifer Beals to remind everyone the importance of positivity and gratitude for wellness According to experts from the University of California Berkeley gratitude is good for your health and their science to prove it Research shows grateful people.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on The Film Vault

"It's it's jennifer beals who he has a relationship with who he thinks is vampire vampires gas and then he believes that he's being turned into a vampire and it's like is. Is this reality or is he going crazy. Losing his mind. There's definitely bipolar elements to his personality. Right this. I hadn't noticed this is seems like it would have been written by somebody who had an overlord in boss who's bipolar and crazy. And they vented by writing this script which was written by. Joseph minion greiner indirect by robert Bearman so nicholas cage is character. Peter low works in this office and his assistants or one of the secretaries at his office is elvis played by maria cocchi alonzo and he's less than nice door and it gets really pretty dark by the time everything said and done but he. He's been having her look for a file and this is the through line of the movie. He's trying to get alvin to find this file for him which he needs. Not nearly as bally's he makes. It seems in fact. There's there's a scene where he's on the phone with the guy who wants to file a client who wants vile client couldn't be nicer. Hey rush file at all get it eight. I'm moving and you know. I'm sure you've got better. Things to do is not really important. Just get it to me whenever you can get it. No big deal in beater hangs up the phone. It looks at elevate. Who's in all scared goes. He couldn't even get a word in edgewise. he wants it now. This looks so bad for the firm. And you gotta get this file so this is him talking to elva once again about this file like i said a through line and you hear her trying to to defend herself yourself interject in. Here's who wearing sunglasses at the beginning of the scene before he takes them off and we see bulging bulging. Nicholas cage is as he delivers. These lines i was. I was also thinking today that maybe you could put somebody else on the job for a while or another secretary to help me out. I'm here to make the job.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on Classical Classroom

Classical Classroom

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on Classical Classroom

"You're not just focusing on. What is the conductor doing. But you're paying attention to what's my stand partner doing. What's the principle doing. What's the concert master doing. What's the principal violist doing. What's the principle based doing. What's and you're kind of pulling all that information in all the time to make sure that you're playing where you should be. I'm playing with people. And so if you put somebody in an orchestra for a week in a trial you can tell generally pretty quickly whether that person has the ability to play well with other people and that we've done a lot of that. We've made a lot of really good. Hires that way. But i will say again. We're watching a lot of things sort of flex and change in the industry and a lot of what people are looking at. Is the audition process and a lot of orchestras are trying to get away from the trial period because they felt that that is also a place for bias when it comes to hiring somebody that yeah i can see it both ways. I can understand but what happens is let's say we didn't have a trial period and we hired somebody which could happen then. They would go through a probationary period of tenure which could last as long as two full seasons so in the first two years. You are on probation anyway. So if you're not a good fit and you're not a good colleague and your problematic in one way or another particularly if you're an solar wind or solo brass part where it's really exposed what you're playing then that becomes obvious and there's a process of a committee. That evaluates what you're doing every about three times over two years to make that decision. Wow yeah so even when it's even when it's over it's not over it's not overtly nuisance of job security at all for for a long time. Well you do. Have you do have job security because you'd get a one year contract seemingly like you kind of don't know what your ultimate fate is. this is. this is crazy Lunacy it's it is. It's a tough process. Because i've always said that one of the things about the audition processes. It's not totally geared for picking somebody who's necessarily the right colleague in an orchestra. I mean in an ideal world we would go out and find a bunch of people that were qualified and then have them come play in the orchestra for weeks at a time because then you would have a way of finding because the person that can sit down and play the cleanest onstage and the most perfectly in tune in the perfect rhythm isn't necessarily the person that is going to fit into the orchestra in this living breathing organism art in the way that everybody needs them too. So you really. How else do you go through this process without. Whittling down through some sort of competition right. Because then you'd be leaving. How would you make sure that enough people had access enough people were allowed to come play enough. People were allowed to apply like a regular job. Go sit in the orchestra. So there's a lot of room for improvement and i think we really are in a time of purposeful. Change right now and looking at how we can do this better but until that happens i will continue to coach through my own experience. Is it in the way that i'm used to. Yeah so it's like it's like just because jennifer beals danced. Really well in front of that panel doesn't mean that she would dance well with others..

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:56 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KTOK

"NPR and Adele Channing In the L word part of a new project. A podcast called Don And it's about the life and times of Don Simpson, the filmmaker. You never were in any of his films so maligned. What drew you to this project in the first place? Highly good morning. Yeah, I was never in any of his films. I was quite small and when he was producing his big eighties classics like Flashdance and Beverly Popgun But of course I knew of his movies. And, you know, they just find that decade and find Ah lot of my childhood memories come from the music and the clothes that were all coming from his brain. He really epitomized what the eighties were all about through those movies. So when the producers came to me, they pitched it as Every night. Make wolf of Wall Street right, and I immediately got it. I got the world I thought And and then you know if you look David Harris Klein, the writer in the Deep does That's an incredible job of researching it and presenting it in this really unique way, and I was attracted to that because we don't do it is just a straight documentary podcast. If there's a mix of narration and fictional reenactment, it's sort of like a drunk you drama like you see on the TV series like the Crown or American Crime stories, the For sake series, for example. We're re creating it. And we're creating this world and as an actor, I was really attracted to that. Um, that is a chance to kind of create this world for the listener. And really explore his talent, but also his demons. You know, because ultimately his demons his addictions killed him. They did. I know his films because I've seen every one of them. They were kind of their kind of liking and I That was my era. That's when I was, you know, high school and college And so I remember the first one I saw was Flashdance. First of all, not withstanding falling an absolute love with Jennifer Beale. Um how the way he shot them. They were almost extended music videos. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And you know, nobody was doing this at the time. It was now You know, the big blockbuster, we get it. We know what we expected. But this would he Woz, the first Do this and do the big, high concept. Movie and to do these real star vehicles. I mean, he made so many stars in top gun and, you know, I'm crews that Eddie Murphy Yes, Speaking of Flashdance, I You know you mentioned my work on the L word earlier and I then you know as a When I was on the L word I worked with Jennifer Beals. Talk about talk about, you know, going. I mean, at my job was on the floor E. I want so much last dance when I was younger. Well, imagine so. And I was gonna ask you if, if his if his name ever No, his. His name didn't because this is you know, this was years ago before the dawn, And there's before podcasts or even a thing right to test our new thing, And I'm so is my first time working in the face and it's It's been such an amazing experience, but no, it never came up. But of course his he didn't help. But flash dance, of course, came up because I was a huge fan, and he's just really intense. We're talking about Don Simpson, the movie creator who is featured in the podcast, the Don Malaya, Rivera drew hosts it. She's an actress on her own, and he did. Malaya seemed to have a grip on what the American public wanted for entertainment in that era. I would contend unlike today because lovely wife and I just finished four movies in a row. That were highly acclaimed by the Golden Globes and the Academy Award, and I found the movies to be kind of Dorje like they didn't have a good middle. They didn't have a good beginning. They didn't have a good end. But his movies all had that. Yeah, Yeah, he you know, there's a lot of, um, kind of focused put on His life and his boy Bols and also the flash of his movies, write the music and the clothes and because that stuff that we kind of immediately remember but point his storytelling, you know he worked with Um, the really incredible writers and he was exacting. Um, so it's not just that their big, flashy movies these movies, you know them were hit for a reason, because they do have You know, incredible structure and storytelling. And then he brought in all the creative elements on top of that, But it starts with the story, which she was, You know, he had a real nose for He did the don Don Simpson, the movie creator. You know him from his movies like American Gigolo of Flashdance, Top Gun and his Rise and Fall in Hollywood. All chronicled with Malaya Rivera drew in the podcast the don, which is available on the I Heart radio happen everywhere you get podcasts. Um, was the groovy eighties lifestyle, his undoing or was that later? Well. Um It was, you know both. I mean, I think he's on doing was Like what was underneath his groove. You like that? I mean he Yeah, right. Isn't that always the way it was? What's underneath he come and we get into it more in season two. Past his childhood. What he's kind of running from and what he is masking with all the partying and all the pills. Ondo. So obviously he was working and living in a world you know, Hollywood and sort of the lifestyles of the rich and famous that kind of supported that behavior, But I think wherever he was, I mean, it could come from that kind of trauma. You know it. It wasn't gonna end well, and it really he poured a lot of that into his filmmaking, And that's why there was such an urgency and such a passion for film. Um, I think it saved his life and then ultimately came with a lot of Trappings that ultimately killed him. They say about Don, you know, One of my favorite quotes is that he lived for the movies on dull timidly. He died for them. She played Adele Channing on the L Word and Katey Alvaro on er she's hosting the podcast the don about Don Simpson, the movie creator Malaya. Rivera drew, you're used to acting, um Unless you've done Ah lot of voice work. Was this a different project for you? Yeah, It was a different project for me. Um, but I think you know it's all about Very telling. And so I loved getting to tell this story in a long form way, and what I liked about it is that we didn't do like a straight documentary. We mixed it up. So we did narration and the fictional Rien document reenactment. So it was really creating a world like you do on a TV series or a film. That all felt super familiar to me, but, um, but, yeah, it was my first time in the podcast base. I really liked it. I really loved Hosting. I also play one of the characters, which felt more, you know, comfortable and familiar for me. The vocal talent on the podcast is through the roof. I mean, we've got some great actors on there. But it's you know, it's something that's happening more and more. There's the podcast space is super exciting, and there's all these big actors that are moving over into it because I think it's just another way to reach people on to tell these stories. And the pandemic didn't hurt either. Oh, my God. This is a great thing to do during the pandemic. You know, we said the likes to the actors and we, you know, big segment and it was It was a really Great way to tell a story and to keep working when everything was shut down. For sure. The podcast is the don. It is about Don Simpson, the filmmaker. It's hosted by Malaya. Rivera drew In season one where you get into some of some of his enter workings. Is there one incident or anecdote of about him that sticks out in your brain? Yeah, There's a bunch. I mean, So this win this one really kind of held you who don Woz and the persona that kind of party Playboy persona that he created. Um, to mask a lot of his inner pain. So the story that I love is his 25 greedy in, Don arrived, Um, on the school football field..

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We go to air now dot gov or purple Air, Whichever one you go to purple air is a little more confusing because you have to click a bunch of boxes. But There now dot gov right now has Santa Clara actually in the yellow there in the moderate Leave or not where I am right now. It's unhealthy Colony, too, But the weird thing about what what Shanahan said there and it is true is that yesterday? Obviously it was like the way the sky looked in The feel of yesterday was so creepy and apocalyptic, but I couldn't smell any smoke. The air quality appeared to be a little better, but here's the weird thing More of my car. Was covered in ash. It was totally covered in ash, almost like snow. So clearly, the air wasn't clean like it don't smell bad, but I was overnight days point. He's like, Well, you're talking about air quality is what about the ash in the in the air? Yeah. All inhaling. Yeah. Yeah, my car was exact same way because I park it outside in the driveway and was just unbelievably covered in snow. Now I do want to get all this. Shanahan and Garoppolo and Bosa, But But I am risking a digression here. He does drop a book of Eli. Denzel Gary Oldman. Where with grass where we at with a book of I've got to say I never saw neither to die. Okay, Copes Book of Eli didn't either. I don't know the world everything Well for three under the wickets, a 2010 American post apocalyptic neo Western Post apocalyptic neo Western Jensen's rolling around with a bunch of guns and a long trench coat and Stefan news, innit? You know who's in it with a bit roles? Jennifer Beals Westmore feels better. I'll take meals any time. Yes. Oh, anyway s O just I think it's gotta find that that's like Kyle's go to analogy that others will throw you a blade Runner. You know,.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A 9 35 with the beat writers. Perspective of the Giants in this chair thing has just gotten out of control. Polly. Well, listen three more four year, but yeah, Adam on dude, Let's hear what you got. Well, multiple people saying, how could you not mention Marlon Brando's chair in the Godfather? Shame on me. I'll tell you what I deserve a couple of slaps for that. That's one of the most prominent chairs and Really are, you know that it's never spoken of, is it? You know, I do know this. I'm not sure if it's still exist. But back in the back in the day up the couple of winery Francis's winery up there you have. Did you ever go up there? Murph in and drink the one ticket. Okay, well, when you used to go to his winery, and I'm not sure if it's still there, textures help me out if you know the answer, but they used to have like on display. They had his desk and the chair from the Godfather in his office. That was just kind of roped off. But onto the bed, like walk right by it. See the chair, So yeah, I mean it. It's an important chair. Dude. That's Brando's chair. Yeah. Important chair. Yeah. And then co fun for you, buddy as a curb ahead. Larry David and Broadway sensation London and will be fighting for the power That's pretty very light that one and then one more Polly just for your heart, your teenage hormones of appall Max. Yes. You're Jennifer Beals in Flashdance sat in a chair. Quite Yeah. She had that little lever to above with the water and everything left that little However, she would pull here. Check. Check it out on YouTube. If you're Ah, millennial. You need to see this whole disclosure just to show you. My movie holes have been had Been huge forever. I never saw Flashdance. She's a maniac. Dude, I mean, I was here, Will you with soundtrack and kept but just never sat down in the theatre and watched. Well, I did, And she was a welder by day and and ah, erotic dancer by night, and you know, she had dreams leave her of progress going into a pitch meeting in Hollywood. Here's the deal. She's a welder, welder by day, erotic dancer by night. I've got to tell you the truth you like I'm not that dialed into the welding community. But if you guys are, if that we got welders Out there and tell me the truth. I mean, I'd be hard pressed to think there's any well, they're out there that looks like Jennifer Beals circuit 1983 like I just don't see it. You know what I mean? Think so, What's with the college? They call wilful suspension of disbelief. Total suspension of disbelief. See when I think Well, there's more. I think about the big fat guys in all the right moves that lived in the steel town in Pennsylvania. That wound up beaten up Tom Cruise. Unfortunately, it sounds like you need to do a AH, list on welders. Two greatest Well, there's just a little bit on far Hund against you guys ready? I was most surprised number one just because of far on like, I thought like he lived. I made the analogy too. When I open the refrigerator, Polly, just to like just looking. There's something I'm going to chew on. Yeah, there's something in there. Let's see where they opened it. There was nothing and I can't have a ziplock baggie with a little piece of cheese in it. How'd it go? I just popped it in, you know, so rewarding. Yeah, Not really. But I just had it And that's kind of how I viewed farmhands trading like the trade deadline's here is interesting. I gotta open the fridge. I gotta graze on something, you know, for months, not like he's not like Milos on Seinfeld Busy like the guy who's like supposed to be highly. I'm just as he winds up making the band a trade, so I felt like he had to do something just to scratch the itch that will Banda was the piece of cheese in a bag. He was always a cheese. Yeah, he really does. And there was no disrespect. I'm just saying that it really was just a meager little piece of Reich. It was a sort of combination orange white cheese that you like cheddar. Is that like like cheddar, they got me, Jack. She says. Yeah, sure. I'll do. Some called me. Jack went. I don't know I just not on it because it was there that trade because it was there. And you heard Jesse Rogers tell us that Tony Watson had value, which is Interesting. So I thought the Giants if anything should have should have sold on What's about dismantling. I'm looking to trade you know, Yazz or anything, but Although who knows if you get a whole package of prospects? I don't know. So I'm surprised I didn't do anything. So here's Farhaan on, you know, not doing anything this year kind of with a more balanced roster. We spent a lot of time focused on baseball trades, you know, talk some about Looking for a right handed relief and maybe a left handed bat. But nothing there materialized and again, we feel comfortable with the team. We have obviously right in the thick of the playoff race, so wanted to be careful with how we evaluated a trade opportunities. See, I thought that phrase was interesting right in the thick of the playoff rice and looking at my notes from yesterday, and I definitely wrote that in all caps in thick because you're Jesse Rogers say he's like he's like, I don't know why the Giants didn't sell because they're not one in the World Series. You know, right? So I mean, you know Interested in one more is on the starting pitching because he thought they could have traded Cueto. Maybe Or Gossman, especially because Guzman's You know you're not getting anything at the end of the year. Ah, here's Farhaan on starting pitching our own, You know, I guess sort of injury questions. As as we come down the stretch here, obviously, you know, Cahill coming out of the game the other day, Smiley who were you know, and and some marja who were both because by their progress, but you know, still have to get over the final hump. So You want to be careful that you don't wind up in a battle of attrition at a position where you think you might have some depth there, even some surplus so So I guess he's saying, you know. Yeah, I don't I got injury problems. You know, I got some marja hurt. I got Cahill hurt. How can I trade a picture when I have injuries, which is, you know, kind of a fair point. There it is. And it was just a little far out for you, Polly. Okay. I appreciate that. It was a yes a little curious out there. I also will give him a thank you copes. You don't mean the nuances of a Farhaan slight pass on the fact that it's just such a weird year too. Okay, Good year. I don't know what they truly could have gotten, but I really thought they're going to get something but Well, so far, we've seen too far on even though if you strike this is being a weird year, which it is, and there's no getting around that. But last year wasn't a weird year was a regular baseball year, and it was quiet on that trade deadline, too. Well, actually, no, That's not true. It wasn't at all strike that. Yeah, well, it's where he didn't trade. Bumgarner will Smith, but he did trade Dyson and Pomeranz and one other I'm forgetting right now. And it was a similar thing in that. Well, hey, look, this team has a shot of postseason. So what are we going to do? We're gonna break that up. And you know what I mean? It was like a similar kind of spot. My lances the third when I was forgetting Black Do. You should come out to my radios here Dancing on my TV Sunday night. How's he doing? He gets 2/100 career save Sunday night. I think I just one of those things. It's just sometimes you know, it didn't click. It just didn't mean it started in Arizona. That first game it just went, you know? Well, that's what it always like. This is our new guy. Cause pain and coach will gonna hit two bombs, Bombs, bombs away. And also, you know started. That meltdown should get Derek law. He was the first one. Ah, You honor you will hear from him no more. You know what I mean? We had to McDonald's at the wedding. And then from there. Well, then it was like a big thing. Remember that three impressions, But I don't like some more outs, You know? Yeah. Big Max at the wedding, and Morris Harry carry more striking, less quarter pounder with cheese is and a couple more You want barbecue or honey? Mustard? I like the ground. You know, you were a nugget orders and more put out. You want fries with that? Like No. Sorry. What do you want from me? You know, I'm the bad guy. Yeah. Yeah, I got him in that corner. Nowicki. I got him in the Rangers organism back to Texas. I know that could be incorrect. It says he's not in the bigs. I know that he was a little less. I need a little less fillet of fish. And a lot more had were ordered the filet of No, No God, no blue rapper. I don't even know if they still don't know anybody who's ever ordered the filet of no, no, not going in. I'm not going into that. You know, I'm not eating a fish. I would just be the way I have missed.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

"Tone. The. pedicures manicures, pedicures. That oh man I was dying would I love is that they synced though like one audio actually two different songs that they took the sort of like thematic cliche of those songs and smash them together and then sent them, and then they played in loops behind her and then behind the first sex scene, not the other ones move behind her in the first sexing and that was just hilarious to me. I was like, Oh, yeah, they're really trying to do a nod to flashdance. Oh it was terrible that dancing was it was. So I foam, it had for her social again, it will because I mean Jennifer beals in the original did not she? She had multiple body doubles some of which were on credited and I don't know if you noticed but I think it's incredibly noticeable in the final audition seen that that is not her different Reno different colors Jennifer beals is biracial that girl was not. You know even though it was a man demand mini entire. Crazy legs that was that's what he went by I was like, Oh yeah. Crazy legs. But yeah, it was really interesting. But yeah, this woman in the porn definitely didn't have a body double for the dancing. But yeah it was a lot of was not into budget. It was a foot fetish dance or it was just like these tip toe tip toe dip a toe it was a laziest. Oh, it was fairly she. Yeah. The iconic moment in flashdance that people always know when she's kind of laid out on a chair in a way with her back arched and she pulls a cord and a bucket of water splashes on her and in flashdance I find it I. Think it's very well shot. It's very beautiful and sexy all at once this poor lady in the porn. Obviously had to do this a few times because they had a feud league cuts of it and she just looked like she was getting waterboarded. Yeah it was terrifying..

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Crazy. He's credited but he is one of the dancers. Oh funny and she's the woman in red. Who is the kind of d'appel Ganger I guess for Rosanna? Arquette myth that she's the inspiration for the song which he's actually not. We've we've blown that up on the podcast. Okay yeah she. I'm Cynthia Rhodes. I don't feel like could exist outside of the eighties or nineties. Like she just has that. Look where you're not gonNa like what she done? Well she was in flashdance. Yeah I know that which which Jennifer wanted more than she wanted life herself ninety Jennifer beals part absolutely what something like eight or nine times and it came down to basically between her and Jennifer beals and Jennifer beals ultimately ended up getting it. The I could couldn't you Jennifer Guyana. I could although I do think Jennifer beals is is better cast than Jennifer Gray in that moving but she describes being utterly devastated destroyed for years that she didn't get the part. I could see that and then it became huge became huge and Cynthia is also in staying alive the unfortunate sequel to Saturday s John. She's very familiar from that era. And then what she do. Then she married Richard Marx. Oh yeah so. They were married for quite a while. castings amazing. Because one thing I respect about Patrick swayze. It's easy now because everyone thinks like. Oh my God ghost dirty dancing. Calm Guy Everyone but you think way yeah. No roadhouse ch- but see all of his movies almost get mocked like they knew it teeters on cheesy it does has a tin eye. Sprinkling of love about this one particularly is it comes from a really like well meaning organic origination place. It's not a cynical studio move. Is this woman's story of her. Life was the Jennifer great character and she went to these resorts right right and so it starts from there and the fact that every single person involved always says like no one expected anyone to see this. They wanted almost straight to video right. Yeah just like a little movie. It's a studio movie. It's not a big budget and swayze's One time manager says that this happened all the time that he would get fixated on a particular role and she would be like. I don't I don't think that's a good move for you be like I have to do. This role is to do this part. Wasn't he almost going to become a teen idol? He was in some skate yet. Roller Skate town. Usa just first movie Raw. Remember when Roller Skating was lonely sport? The skaters discreet skates were obsolete. And the background had no beat at all times. Sure have changed.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KOMO

"Look around all the regions here you'll see all the decorations you'll see events going on like the world record attempt of most decorated Christmas trees in Shelton we have mentioned we had our Christmas parade in Seattle a great figgy pudding caroling competition brought thousands downtown last night for that tradition as we think about all those great fun worries about violence now forcing a change to Christmas celebrations in some North Carolina town well the president was lighting up the holidays by lighting the national Christmas tree why Carolina mayor is a little less festive I'm very very disappointed in the cancellation Wake Forest Maier Vivian Jones after making the painful call to pull the plug on her town's annual Christmas parade the problem worries about fighting the could flare up between some marchers a group from the sons and daughters of the confederacy and potentially hundreds of protesters about outside agitators the mayor says she thought about trying to solve the problem by blocking the float we actually checked with our attorneys just three if we could say that they could move in at ten our attorney said no nearby garner North Carolina also canceling its Christmas parade over worries of violence Sherri Preston ABC news the serviceman or time is for right now all it comes a streaming music or some of your favorites the most popular we're also seeing a one of today's artists is going after a hit from share to see how he does with it and Jennifer Beals is very excited about the series another.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Remember this is from the movie flash dance what was your name Jessica Biel that are Jennifer Jennifer Beals Jennifer Biel and she plays she plays a spot on a yeah yeah no she's not in that movie my mom and does she she's on a show now I forget the name of it but it's awesome and she plays of an S. C. I. A. agent that runs this yeah she up she's gotten better with age great actor we're talking about Jessica Biel if you're just coming in at Jennifer Jennifer Beals yeah I'm just wondering how many more names I can put sure today I'm not gonna do that this this one looks very easy okay and we're going to take this call Sean in Raleigh North Carolina you're on the Rush Limbaugh show and I'm up NC state alumni so welcome thank you very much thank you so much for taking my call and the great work you're doing I don't feel like that they are really quick thank you Diane the previous caller for bringing up your for us because not enough people are talking about what in my opinion it is truly the greatest hello that this world is that with the though I I'd like to thank her as well we'll bring them like that as well open we can my question is and it's been I haven't heard anybody else about it and then asking other people about it but you know if I would have publicly online or even you know anywhere but when you and your name I call you that for calling you gotta call you a murderer or whatever you could see me through the wall you could absolutely be more for lander and what the hell when I walk you know what's happening Donald Trump and not not Donald Trump but it's been going on for a long time right have it all Clarence all of the accusations saying that these guys are great or whatever how come nobody is pushing back how come nobody is filing a lawsuit except that the making and I don't really have to I never hear anybody bring it up because you just can't beat out of the country well I know that president trump I believe the trump administration or president trump as a citizen he's suing are some news organizations but I forget what exactly the lawsuit is about I think it might be of false allegations of some type or whatever now as far as a slander and libel I am not a slander libel attorney I know what not to say on this show but from what I understand of because he's a public figure I know that a lot of people in the news media and in the Congress think they can get away with he's a public figure so we can pretty much do whatever we want when I was referring to myself not saying things I know that if I'm doing my show in Pennsylvania I can not just make something up about governor wolf just make it up and then just because I don't like them I never met him so he could be a nice guy but I can't just I cannot make something up I can not go on and say governor wolf is this a fold that unfold he's a this is these are that is and this is also how we this is why he did this but for some reason and I hear you Sean I don't understand how they can get away with it because if any one of us in the news media said a third of the things that have been said about Donald J. trump and then proven to be false if we said those things about president Obama can you even imagine can you.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on WTVN

"On news radio six ten WTVN this was I remember this is from the movie flash dance what was your name Jessica Biel that Jennifer Jennifer Beals Jennifer Biel and she plays he plays a spot on a yeah yeah no she's not in that movie my mind man no she she's on a show now I forget the name of it but it's awesome and she plays of an S. C. I. A. agent that runs this yeah she she's gotten better with age great actor we're talking about Jessica Biel if you're just coming in at Jennifer Jennifer Beals yeah I'm just wondering how many more names I can put sure today I'm not gonna do that this this one looks very easy okay and we're going to take this call Sean in Raleigh North Carolina you're on the Rush Limbaugh show and I'm up NC state alumni so welcome thank you very much and thank you so much for taking my call and the great work you do and I don't feel like they are really quick thank you Diane the previous call bringing up your for us because not enough people are talking about what in my opinion it is truly the greatest hello that this world is that though I I'd like to thank her as well we're bringing them in like that as well open we can my question is and it's been I haven't heard anybody else about it and then asking other people about it but you know if I would have publicly online or even you know anywhere but slandering you and your name and call you that for calling daughter calling you a model you could certainly through the wall you could absolutely more for lander and what the hell when I walk you know what's happening Donald Trump and not not just Donald Trump but it's been going on for a long time red hat at all corner all of the accusations saying that these guys are great or whatever how come nobody is pushing back how come nobody is filing a lawsuit for anti defamation and I don't really understand never hear anybody bring it up because you just can't beat out of the country well I know that president trump I believe the trump administration or president trump as a citizen he's suing are some news organizations but I forget what exactly the lawsuit is about I think it might be of false allegations of some type or whatever now as far as a slander and libel I am not a slander libel attorney I know what not to say on this show but from what I understand of because he's a public figure I know that a lot of people in the news media and in the Congress think they can get away with he's a public figure so we can pretty much do whatever we want when I was referring to myself not saying things I know that if I'm doing my show in Pennsylvania I can not just make something up about governor wolf just make it up and then just because I don't like them I never met him so he could be a nice guy but I can't just I cannot make something up I can not go on and say governor wolf is this a fold that unfold he's a this is these are that is and this is also how we this is why he did this but for some reason and I hear you Sean I don't understand how they can get away with it because if any one of us in the news media said a third of the things that have been said about Donald J. trump and then proven to be false if we said those things about president Obama can you even imagine can you imagine if a sitting congresswoman after she was re elected yelled at the top of her lungs in front of kids in our family at a rally now let's go to Washington and in peach that M. F. for but she was talking about president Obama can you imagine the blowback the ball back so I think there's a couple things happening here I think a lot of people are looking the other way a lot of lawyers a lot of broadcast agencies and companies are looking the other way because they don't like trump number one and I also something that Diane brought up when she she was in Texas she said I haven't seen remember she said she sixty two she said I haven't seen hate like this one of the main reasons I want to go back to Kanye west again just for a second he had his Great Awakening like Candice Owens and many other people and those two just happen to be of color but there's a lot of people that were on the left regardless of gender or race when they deferred or they disagreed with the party line they realized if they support trump they're gonna be persecuted verbally politically sometimes in their job and I think this is how I think this is why trouble get reelected in a landslide because no matter how much you just like trump I think the Democratic Party the party leaders they've shown us a side of America that is closer to the Soviet Union then we've than most people have ever seen about the censorship the persecution think about president Obama surveilling American citizens are getting people in the news media so we've seen this is all the DNC we've seen this game since twenty fifteen we'll be right back you're listening to the EIB network.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KTOK

"This was I remember this is from the movie flash dance what was your name Jessica Biel Jennifer Jennifer Beals Jennifer Biel and she plays she plays a spot on a yeah yeah no she's not in that movie might come on man no she she's on a show now I forget the name of it but it's awesome and she plays a in S. C. I. A. agent that runs this yeah she she's gotten better with age great actor we're talking about Jessica Biel if you're just coming in at Jennifer Jennifer Beals yeah I'm just wondering how many more names I can put sure today I'm not gonna do that this this one looks very easy okay and we're going to take this call Sean in Raleigh North Carolina you're on the Rush Limbaugh show and I'm up NC state alumni so welcome thank you very much and thank you so much for taking my call and the great work you do and I don't collect it they are really quick thank you Diane the previous caller bringing up your for us because not enough people are talking about what in my opinion it is truly the greatest hello that this world is that with so I I'd like to thank her as well we'll bring them in like that well hopefully can my question is it and it's been I haven't heard anybody else about it I've been asking other people about it but you know if I would have publicly online or even you know anywhere but when you and your name I call on you get for calling daughter call you a murderer or whatever you could certainly through the wall you could absolutely be more acting FOR lander and what hello when I watch you know what's happening Donald Trump and not not Donald Trump but it's been going on for a long time right have it all corner all of the accusations saying that these guys are great or whatever how come nobody questions that nobody is filing a lawsuit for anti defamation and I don't really have to I never hear anybody bring it up because you just can't beat out of the country well I know that president trump I believe the trump administration or president trump as a citizen he's suing are some news organizations but I forget what exactly the lawsuit is about I think it might be of false allegations of some type for whatever now as far as a slander and libel I am not a slander libel attorney I know what not to say on this show but from what I understand of because he's a public figure I know that a lot of people in the news media and in the Congress think they can get away with he's a public figure so we can pretty much do whatever we want when I was referring to myself not saying things I know that if I'm doing my show in Pennsylvania I can not just make something up about governor wolf just make it up and then just because I don't like them I never met him so he could be a nice guy but I can't just I cannot make something up I can not go on and say governor wolf is this a fold that unfold he's a this is these are that is and this is also how we this is why he did this but for some reason and I hear you Sean I don't understand how they can get away with it because if any one of us in the news media said a third of the things that have been said about Donald J. trump and then proven to be false if we said those things about president Obama can you even imagine can you imagine if a sitting congresswoman after she was re elected yelled at the top of her lungs in front of kids in our family at a rally now let's go to Washington and in peach that MF for but she was talking about president Obama can you imagine the blowback the pull back so I think there's a couple things happening here I think a lot of people are looking the other way a lot of lawyers a lot of broadcast agencies and companies are looking the other way because they don't like trump number one and I also something that Diane brought up when she she was in Texas she said I haven't seen remember she said she sixty two she said I haven't seen hate like this one of the main reasons I want to go back to Kanye west again just for a second he had his Great Awakening like Candice Owens and many other people and those two just happen to be of color but there's a lot of people that were on the left regardless of gender or race when they deferred or they disagreed with the party line they realized if they support Tromp they're gonna be persecuted verbally politically sometimes in their job and I think this is how I think this is why trouble get reelected in a landslide because no matter how much you just like trump I think the Democratic Party the party leaders they've shown us a side of America that is closer to the Soviet Union then we've than most people I've ever seen about the censorship the persecution think about president.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is I remember this is from the movie flash dance what was your name Jessica Biel's better Jennifer Jennifer Beals Jennifer Biel and she plays she plays a spot on a yeah yeah no she's not in that movie come on man she's on a show now I forget the name of it but it's awesome and she plays a in S. C. I. A. agent that runs this yeah she yeah she's gotten better with age great actor we're talking about Jessica Biel if you're just coming in at Jennifer Jennifer Beals yeah I'm just wondering how many more names I can put sure today I'm not gonna do that this this one looks very easy okay and we're going to take this call Sean in Raleigh North Carolina you're on the Rush Limbaugh show and I'm up NC state alumni so welcome thank you very much and thank you so much for taking my call and the great work you're doing I don't feel like that they are really quick thank you Diane the previous caller for bringing up your for us because not enough people are talking about what in my opinion it is truly the greatest hello that this world is that with so I I'd like to thank her as well we'll bring them from like that as well definitely can my question is and it's been I haven't heard anybody else about it nothing happens other people about it but you know if I would have publicly online or even you know anywhere but when you and your name I call on you for calling daughter call your mother or whatever you could you could absolutely be more for lander and what the hell when I walk you know what's happening Donald Trump and not not Donald Trump but it's been going on for a long time red hat at all client all of the accusations saying that these guys are late or whatever how come nobody questions that nobody is filing a lawsuit for anti defamation and I don't really understand never hear anybody bring it up because you just can't beat out of the country well I know that president trump I believe the trump administration or president trump as a citizen he's suing are some news organizations but I forget what exactly the lawsuit is about I think it might be a false allegations of some type or whatever now as far as a slander and libel I am not a slander libel attorney I know what not to say on this show but from what I understand of because he's a public figure I know that a lot of people in the news media and in the Congress think they can get away with he's a public figure so we can pretty much do whatever we want when I was referring to myself not saying things I know that if I'm doing my show in Pennsylvania I can not just make something up about governor wolf just make it up and then just because I don't like them I never met him so he could be a nice guy but I can't just I cannot make something up I can not go on and say governor wolf is this a fold that unfold he's a this is these are that is and this is also how we this is why he did this but for some reason and I hear you Sean I don't understand how they can get away with it because if any one of us in the news media said a third of the things that have been said about Donald J. trump and then proven to be false if we said those things about president Obama can you even imagine can you imagine if a sitting congresswoman after she was re elected yelled at the top of her lungs in front of kids in our family at a rally now let's go to Washington and in peach that MF for but she was talking about president Obama can you imagine the blowback back so I think there's a couple things happening here I think a lot of people are looking the other way a lot of lawyers a lot of broadcast agencies and companies are looking the other way because they don't like trump number one and I also something that Diane brought up when she she was in Texas she said I haven't seen remember she said she sixty two she said I haven't seen hate like this one of the main reasons I want to go back to Kanye west again just for a second he had his Great Awakening like Candice Owens and many other people and those two just happen to be of color but there's a lot of people that were on the left regardless of gender or race when they deferred or they disagreed with the party line they realized if they support trump they're gonna be persecuted verbally politically sometimes in their job and I think this is how I think this is why trouble get reelected in a landslide because no matter how much you just like trump I think the Democratic Party the party leaders they've shown us a side of America that is closer to the Soviet Union then we've than most people I've ever seen about the censorship the persecution think about president Obama surveilling American citizens are getting people in the news media so we've seen this is all the DNC we've seen this game since twenty fifteen we'll be right back you're listening to the EIB network.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"This was I remember this is from the movie flash dance what was your name Jessica Biel Jennifer Jennifer Beals Jennifer Biel and she plays she plays a spot on a yeah yeah no she's not in that movie might come on man no she she's on a show now I forget the name of it but it's awesome and she plays of an S. C. I. A. agent that runs this yeah she she's gotten better with age great actor we're talking about Jessica Biel if you're just coming in at Jennifer Jennifer Beals yeah I'm just wondering how many more names I can put sure today I'm not gonna do that this this one looks very easy okay and we're going to take this call Sean in Raleigh North Carolina you're on the Rush Limbaugh show and I'm up NC state alumni so welcome thank you very much and thank you so much for taking my call and the great work you're doing I don't feel like that they are really quick thank you Diane the previous caller for bringing up your for us because not enough people are talking about what in my opinion it is truly the greatest hello that this world is that the like I'd like to thank her as well we'll bring them like that as well definitely can my question is it edit I haven't heard anybody else about it nothing happens other people about it but you know if I would have publicly online or even you know anywhere but went on you and your name and call you that for calling daughter calling you a model of what happened you could freely through the wall you could absolutely be more acting FOR lander and what the hell when I watch you know what's happening Donald Trump and not not just Donald Trump but been going on for a long time client all of the accusations saying that these guys are late or whatever how come nobody is pushing back how come nobody is filing a lawsuit for anti defamation and I don't really have I never hear anybody bring it up because you just can't beat out of the country well I know that president trump I believe the trump administration or president trump as a citizen he's suing are some news organizations but I forget what exactly the lawsuit is about I think it might be of false allegations of some type or whatever now as far as a slander and libel I am not a slander libel attorney I know what not to say on this show but from what I understand because he's a public figure I know that a lot of people in the news media and in the Congress think they can get away with he's a public figure so we can pretty much do whatever we want when I was referring to myself not saying things I know that if I'm doing my show in Pennsylvania I can not just make something up about governor wolf just make it up and then just because I don't like them I never met him so he could be a nice guy but I can't just I cannot make something up I can not go on and say governor wolf is this a fold that unfold he's a this is these are that is and this is also how we this is why he did this but for some reason and I hear you Sean I don't understand how they can get away with it because if any one of us in the news media said a third of the things that have been said about Donald J. trump and then proven to be false if we said those things about president Obama can you even imagine can you imagine if a sitting congresswoman after she was reelected yelled at the top of her lungs in front of kids in our family at a rally now let's go to Washington and in peach that M. F. for but she was talking about president Obama can you imagine the blowback the pull back so I think there's a couple things happening here I think a lot of people are looking the other way a lot of lawyers a lot of broadcast agencies and companies are looking the other way because they don't like trump number one and I also something that Diane brought up when she she was in Texas she said I haven't seen remember she said she sixty two she said I haven't seen hate like this one of the main reasons I want to go back to Kanye west again just for a second he had his Great Awakening like Candice Owens and many other people and those two just happen to be of color but there's a lot of people that were on the left regardless of gender or race when they deferred or they disagreed with the party line they realized if they support trump they're gonna be persecuted verbally politically sometimes in their job and I think this is how I think this is why trouble get reelected in a landslide because no matter how much you just like trump I think the Democratic Party the party leaders they've shown us a side of America that is closer to the Soviet Union then we've than most people have ever seen think about the censorship the persecution think about president Obama surveilling American citizens getting people in the news media so we've seen this is all the DNC we've seen this game since twenty fifteen we'll be right back you're listening to the EIB network help kids.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"But it's awesome and she plays a in S. C. I. A. agent that runs this yeah she she's gotten better with age great actor we're talking about Jessica Biel if you're just coming in at Jennifer Jennifer Beals yeah I'm just wondering how many more names I can put sure today I'm not gonna do that this this one looks very easy okay and we're going to take this call Sean in Raleigh North Carolina you're on the Rush Limbaugh show and I'm up NC state alumni so welcome thank you very much and thank you so much for taking my call and the great work you're doing I don't like that they are really quick thank you Diane the previous caller for bringing up your for us because not enough people are talking about what in my opinion it is truly the greatest hello that this world is that so I I'd like the Baker as well but brings them like that as well open we can my question is it and it's been I haven't heard anybody else about it I've been asking other people about it but you know if I would have publicly online or even you know anywhere but when you and your name I call on you this recall you gotta call you a murderer or whatever you could see me through the wall you could absolutely be more acting for slander and libel hello when I watch you know what's happening Donald Trump and not not Donald Trump but it's been going on for a long time right have it all corner all of the accusations saying that these guys are great or whatever how come nobody is pushing back how come nobody is filing a lawsuit for anti defamation and I don't really have to I never hear anybody bring it up because you just can't beat out of the country well I know that president trump I believe the trump administration war president trump as a citizen he's suing are some news organizations but I forget what exactly the lawsuit is about I think it might be of false allegations of some type or whatever now as far as a slander and libel I am not a slander libel attorney I know what not to say on this show but from what I understand of because he's a public figure I know that a lot of people in the news media and in the Congress think they can get away with he's a public figure so we can pretty much do whatever we want when I was referring to myself not saying things I know that if I'm doing my show in Pennsylvania I can not just make something up about governor wolf just make it up and then just because I don't like them I never met him so he could be a nice guy but I can't just I cannot make something up I can not go on and say governor wolf is this a fold that unfold he's a this is these are that is and this is also how we this is why he did this but for some reason and I hear you Sean I don't understand how they can get away with it because if any one of us in the news media said a third of the things that have been said about Donald J. trump and then proven to be false if we said those things about president Obama can you even imagine can you imagine if a sitting congresswoman after she was re elected yelled at the top of her lungs in front of kids in our family at a rally now let's go to Washington and in peach that MF for but she was talking about president Obama can you imagine the blowback back so I think there's a couple things happening here I think a lot of people are looking the other way a lot of lawyers a lot of broadcast agencies and companies are looking the other way because they don't like trump number one and I also something that Diane brought up when she she was in Texas she said I haven't seen remember she said she sixty two she said I haven't seen hate like this one of the main reasons I want to go back to Kanye west again just for a second he had his Great Awakening like Candice Owens and many other people and those two just happen to be of color but there's a lot of people that were on the left regardless of gender or race when they deferred or they disagreed with the party line they realized if they support trump they're gonna be persecuted verbally politically sometimes in their job and I think this is how I think this is why trouble get reelected in a landslide because no matter how much you just like trump I think the Democratic Party the party leaders they've shown us a side of America that is closer to the Soviet Union then we then most people have ever seen think about the censorship the persecution think about president Obama surveilling American citizens are getting people in the news media so we've seen this is all the DNC we've seen this game since twenty fifteen we'll be right back you're listening to the EIB network he's.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on X96

X96

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on X96

"And you know as a Stanley project and I didn't I didn't see barb wire Natalie Portman in closer closer not a I didn't see that slash the Jennifer Beals flash flash game I didn't see that terrible movie that is not a terrible movie Gina come on it really is a terrible you know it's a terrible movie you have a as far as the Channing Tatum stir Prisco group Greg in the chat room says I'll take you to some clubs in Portland Gino then of course Gina Gershon intro girls and Elizabeth Berkley in showgirls with yeah I did see show girls but I walked out of it you walked out when they brought the monkey and I just thought that that was too much we mourn stressor it was so bad that we he's a terrible movie they can't make good stripper movie titled apparently Portland is where you go for male strippers that apparently the place to go on I'm getting my I'm getting my my Stan Lee stripper projects make non barb wire I'm thinking of stripper a lot which was that makes more sense also also Pam Anderson Israel yeah barb wire I think she's a detective or something like yeah she must because she's holding a gun I'm not my thing with male strippers has always been I would much rather go watch shirtless men chop wood then if there were clubs where Ike there's like you know chairs set up in there she's several logs there with shirtless man chopping wood that's but the all the guys who do that kind of stuff I don't know why you would like that because they have no hair on their body yes you can the other usually meant chopping wood men have here I don't know it's sort of a chop wood someone else in the chat rooms as as a game and I can confirm there are hotter strippers then Channing Tatum really Jenna Jameson in zombie strippers well that's important things Jenna Jameson not necessarily when she was trying to go seven and go legit Errol Hannah as a stripper in something called blue iguana we don't know oil and see that now stripper movies generally not so that somebody else says it's not where you go for strip clubs it's when you go they say save the official factor like four o'clock in the afternoon I've been that's okay well four o'clock in the afternoon yeah there's hardly anybody yeah so you said let's go to a strip club four in the afternoon we're in Vegas and that really also member taco he was the script for Gina don't yeah right the cheese thanks for reminding me of that crash.

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"jennifer beals" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer beals" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Not sure it is super local Sunday. I'll get you the box number on that. He's mailing address here in just a second on KFI, AM six forty more stimulating talk. This is a segment, of course, where we judge. Have you seen a free catchable? We'll give you a couple of minutes to get the get your voting in, and you're, you're judging, etc. We can check that out movies the box of a secret life pets, too, pretty solid number one and dark Phoenix, apparently, a very, very solid firm number to a complete number two. That's what rotten tomatoes everyone is saying, argh, Phoenix is really a bunch of number two, but it got its money, and I mean, I think just because didn't they and producer Victor is, is in studio for for a rare appearance. Are you an X men? Did you watch any of those movies? Yeah. Yeah. I really like this is really the last one it's not really the last one they've been saying that for like a long. Time now but I never cared about this. So I just don't know anything about it seems like the last ploy and the that they're gonna be out of that ploy because it made them thirty three million. This time I've been final X men go, you have to go see the final thirty-three million, which is eight thousand per screen. And if it only made thirty three it's, it's going to drop off. Immediately is the word of mouth on this thing. Just number two. Yeah. Number two. Godzilla takes number twos. He was number one last week. Number four this week, I think that's gonna stick around avengers. Endgame has not dropped out of the top ten. It's it is sticking around domestically said, eight hundred twenty four million internationally. It's I, I think it's over two billion something like that. But I don't know I guess, to set time of the year. You know, we're like I was saying, we're kind of in, in the sale of vendors John wick three and all that. So that's why secret pets to people want school's out. People want to take the kids to movie so not a not a mystery there, and they don't want to, and also you don't want to, I all admit I wanted rocket men to be a better movie. But I haven't heard it could thing about rocket man, the Elton John bio pic. I haven't heard a good thing about it ever heard anything about it. Good or very bad. You know, I'm assuming. You know, obviously the soundtrack would be great. But apparently, the, the guy who plays them who was who was in Kingsman Kingsman wanted to he sings. They're not the original. That's kinda sucks. Like, if you're going to do a scene, where he's in-studio, and he comes up with the piano, roll for tiny dancer, at least role. The Elton John no one's gonna complain. No one's gonna ask for the money back because they played the actual Elton John song instead of set of that actor. So I'm anything though is he good. I don't know. I don't know. I guess I didn't see stars born. I'm sorry. I've seen stars born the first four times it was made by Hollywood over the last seven years, I didn't see but I understand what's his name. Brad Cooper Cooper any trained for it. So I don't know if this guy because because that's a fictional movie. So you don't know what that character sounds like he sounds like Bradley Cooper. You're portraying Elton John portraying psychotic voices. So you'd better sound. Like him. And at least walking Phoenix. He did a pretty good, Johnny cash impression. And he, he lived with a family of cash for thirty days to get in character. So, yeah, not the cash family family of cats. Okay. Jennifer beals lived with the family of arc welders for a month before Flashdance famous story. So anyway, there you go secret life of pets. If you're listening earlier in the show, we did have breaking news. You've heard about the homeless issue. Typhus the whole thing from downtown. We have more breaking news time.

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