23 Burst results for "Jerry Bruckheimer"
Tom Cruise Shares What Pushed Him to 'Top Gun' Reboot
"Tom cruise is set to fly once again in the upcoming. Top gun maverick. The sequel to his hit from nineteen eighty six. When you think of the original topgun. Tom is clearly the first actor that comes to mind. But the second is val kilmer who played his nemesis partner. Tom kaczynski and even though val unfortunately lost the ability to speak to a health battle in two thousand fourteen. It was tom himself. Who insisted there was no sequel without vow producer. Jerry bruckheimer tells people. Tom said we have to have him back. Tom was the driving force. We all wanted him. But tom was adamant that if he's going to make another top gun foul had to be in it. He's such a fine actor and such a good individual he goes on to say we had such a good time on the first one and wanted to bring some of the gang back together again. It was really emotional. Experience for all of us was a long time getting there but we did top gun. Maverick was actually just pushed back. Four months that will hit theaters may twenty seventh of twenty twenty two
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers
"Maybe like hollywood sensibilities. From what i understand what i think but i think they just like they know how to pull off a twist. They're not exactly. Never leaning taylor. But i think there are a bit more active like their movies are a lot more repulsive than maybe astro. Sometimes yeah yeah again. Like full of unexpected twists. I from what i've seen. So i definitely raise movies. I i'm interested in exploring that they're like jerry bruckheimer. Maybe i'm interested in exploring that suggestion from rejection about doing an episode recommend down but i would happily do it. Yeah so overall yeah. I guess we haven't heard about his performance too much. It's very good. He really knows how to like. Bring that intensity to is psycho like fills so good interest. Like i'm gonna go murder this photographer now or i'm going to murder this girl who's a friend of shit. He's like no no big deal. I'm just completely impassive in cold..
Sordid details of Johnny Depp's private life made public
"I'm fascinated by this because I do think at one point. He was a very, very good actor Johnny Depp. And now his entire life has just fallen apart. What has happened to this man? Is it Is it booze and drugs? Well, it's losing throat. It's also though, in the view of Hollywood, and this time the Hollywood reporter, which is kind of the you know, the newspaper that covers the doings out there has a devastating story in this week, which basically says that he has become radioactive. You might recall it. Obviously back in the summer time. There was this lawsuit where he was suing a newspaper in the UK for saying that he was a wife beater. And in this trial, it was revealed just dozens of emails and horrible behavior that frankly backed up, but the you know what his ex wife and with the newspaper said, and the judge agreed not only to the judge agree that the newspaper that could script called him a wife beater. But they essentially prohibited to him from appealing this case. Meanwhile, he assuming his ex wife, Amber, heard in a court in Virginia that suits about to begin in January. A lot of the same stuff. That was found to be un supportable in the UK trial, so he's seen in Hollywood is just being insanely vengeful. Not to mention a drunk, a drug use or incredibly profligate spending millions upon millions of dollars and in this world now With me to, um, the idea of any Hollywood studio hiring a man who's been labeled a wife beater seems completely implausible. He had a small movie that was supposed to come out last month. At a film festival in Poland. He didn't turn up. The movie was withdrawn. He has a project that he was gonna be doing. Jerry Bruckheimer, huge Hollywood producer on the life of Harry Houdini. He apparently has been dropped from that. And this is a guy who you know has a lot of things and needs a lot of money. As you know his spending his ethics so without these kinds of did paydays God knows what's going to happen to stand still love him, probably. But the fact of the matter is Hollywood will not hire him. So their love is going to have to go back into the catalog and look at old movies. But I don't think anybody's gonna hire him for anything. New. So literally, Larry, Let me ask you when you were the editor of People magazine Back in the day when Johnny Depp was riding high, Did you Did your reporters pick up stuff about bad behavior? Craziness? Did you have any concerns about where that career was headed back when you have good things about him? Let me split that question into Yes. To the first part of the question. No to the second. Yes, we heard about the bad behavior. Look, he didn't make a secret of it right? He was in a rock band. He dressed like Keith Richards. He kind of he played Hunter Thompson. You know, he epically did a lot of drug this was all known about it. It was part of his charm in some degree crazy enough as it may seem, like all things in moderation that makes him charming. And look, we made him the sexy man. I think twice While I was the editor of the magazine, he was someone who then and arguably still might have a lot of appeal. But at a certain point, you know, when you're pushing 60 and you start and you continue to act like this, it's not charming and again when you look at what was accounted in that trial in the UK not only just the text messages using filthy text messages about his wife, written tip Hollywood agents and other colleagues. But the kind of litany of behavior throwing glasses, the bleeding the fights the cutting the screaming, You know, I counted to buy a lot of people, including people who worked for him. Quite frankly, it's impossible to deny. That this guy's personal life is a mess. Now. We don't watch him in movies, you know, thinking about his personal life, but in this world that we live in now it's increasingly difficult to separate that behavior from what appears on strings. Turning our
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Hits the CDC back is there a movie where there's a space for walking out to the song and all of a sudden there why don't the organ is a little more what's that guy's a Jerry Bruckheimer that movie yeah they need yeah Jerry Bruckheimer's got more I don't know police so back in black one yeah you know what the other song once don'ts the girl from Ipanema you know it's alright yeah okay I get it star spangled banner totally understandable yeah Hey John yeah let's get this country up into space or use your own equipment privately owned the space K. back in black right for what how does this song fit in is it because do the astronauts the funny guys they must be funny right and they thought it would be funny to hear this song before they they got to the the shuttle right like this song does not pump you up this song is kind of funny like give it the biggest moment of your life if you're like all right we need a song to pump us up and someone in the background.
A National Treasure Disney Plus series is in development
"Disney plus bringing back national treasure a new series based on the film is in the works for the streaming platform producer Jerry Bruckheimer has confirmed that a TV series featuring a younger cast being developed a third movie is also being made but Nicolas Cage Diane Kruger and Justin Bartha haven't yet been confirmed for the third
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on KTRH
"Was shared with apple music's Zane Lowe that she and her dad have had this relationship over the years of sharing music with each other the show will combine the eclectic music tastes of the father daughter duo me and dad radio kicks off today at three PM eastern time on apple music queen's Brian may is on the road to recovery after hurting himself while gardening the musician revealed his fans that he managed to rip his gluteus maximus to shreds in a moment of over enthusiastic gardening and was rushed to the hospital may says he won't be able to walk for awhile without assistance but adds he'll be all right Disney plus is bringing back national treasure a new series based on the film is in the works for the streaming platform producer Jerry Bruckheimer has confirmed that a TV series featuring a younger cast is being developed the third installment of national treasure is also being made that's entertainment become a goddess NBC news radio here come the travel deals are you ready to get on a plane or cruise ship Monday on Houston's morning news the first thing I it was a long and the young and stream of on a freight train leaving town not knowing where in the lawn change one and only no one mama mama lane does not seven three two one two seven for your calls Caleb yes.
‘National Treasure’ TV Series In Works At Disney+
"Disney plus is bringing back national treasure a new series based on the film is in the works for the streaming platform producer Jerry Bruckheimer has confirmed that a TV series featuring a younger cast is being developed the third installment of national treasure is also being
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Less hectic for parents Florence will be along in just a few minutes also the Reverend to bias Steinmetz the man who was just seen walking across the United States carrying across trying to spread the message of the gospel and that he'll be here to talk about why he does it his upcoming tour and the real meaning of Christmas what the Americans don't necessarily understand about Christianity Today also our friend of the show's Zack ward we're going to show you favorite interview we have with him he was a bully the right in a Christmas story December plastic and I assume Gary this is going to be along this talk about what it's been like in the decades being known as it's got park is that we look forward to having him also in entertainment news there are few things in trending in entertainment besides Star Wars I guess you could say few things are as popular as top down and the excitement over the upcoming Top Gun maverick so Tom Cruise and Jerry Bruckheimer are now taking us behind the scenes for a behind the scenes look at Top Gun maverick we want to share with you now thirty four years Tom Cruise returns as maverick competition family friendship and sacrifice later gave the age we're going to show you what it's really like to be a I can't create this kind of experience live in order for us to accomplish this we have the greatest fighter pilots world working with we're working with a brand new camera system that allows us to put six hi Max quality cameras inside the cockpit with the actors it's amazing what we see in the car when an audience is good experience a great things all the activity coming across the forces by all the tree it is a great you can't act the distortion their polling seven half of each that sixteen hundred pounds so proud of them and what they it is having to putting us up in these jets that's why everybody thought would be impossible and I think when Tom here is that something is impossible can't be done that's when he gets to work see the fighter jets is an absolute thrill ride to make sure that the audience has aviation forum like this has never been.
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The centuries on to her first two and a half year yeah it was ready for a break that's for sure and Netflix house purchased the rights to make a sequel to Beverly hills cop in Eddie Murphy and the film's original producer Jerry Bruckheimer going to be making this new movie we're just gonna be getting one that Beverly hills cop movie because that's all Netflix flicks paid for no word yet on with this new Beverly hills cop movie comes out but the sequel to coming to America is going to be out in theaters next year well that's all there is this our for more check out my took one of seven one dot com or download my talking if there is some dirt thank you I talked to alert at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one Max is a seven one everything entertainment and we want to thank all of those people those tickets January they went in I would say the under ten minutes they were gone before we knew it's affecting all of you for purchasing knows of adding to the pot or alive and kicking I love it in OJ plus proud yeah we know we're not trying to me here so this hour we are going to be auctioning off show announcer for the week now we do this for the Danny getting interrupt your some no no no so.
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"It's not well, the questions really about which has impacted you or your reason for work film, the most, it's kind of overly. I'm going to say Amblin as well, because when you're growing up, when I when we I was growing up, and then was one of the few companies I was aware of. Yeah. When you see that logo at the beginning of a movie, you know, let your usually in for a good time on your, where of Steven Spielberg's connection to it, and I park. Maybe imagine Ron Howard, and Brian Grazer imagine and Jerry bruckheimer productions or Simpson Jerry bruckheimer productions. I don't think I was really aware of silver pictures Karakouz on a production company. I guess. Yeah. Yeah. Like Rambo and all of those eighties films had that at the beginning. So he was associated swirly. See motif or Orion. Yeah. Ryan pitchers. All right. Yeah. So all these things they all seemed glamorous in. They all seemed like the they were doorways to this incredibly glamorous world. But, you know, Calvi since I started working for empire the rise of Marvan and things have impacted my working life in huge ways. But yeah, it's, it's, it's anglin. It's amblin. I was sir offices, like, is it when you arrive outside. There's a wishing. Well, if you have a peak in shock inside then then it's kind of, like send you a one floor and there's a T Rex up. He's not right. Small, the website on is this thoughts of foreign movie posters of spill both films, plus classic movie poses. Love movies around. There's American Beauty. Oscar in the. In the foyer. In a better roses is. Remember that was once to watch and command, which they were testing sound. So I worked a large section of man months before it came out why they let me see there. So, yeah, I have made members. Now they're being Tabatabai cool office. I've been to pick saw BMC aren't yet pixel being to industrial project. Oh. Ah not being too, as he's cutting room. Oh, thank you. Which is amazing because he has I sat waiting for him in his kind of office food, water war, binded, fill magazines Ma film, comment. Like how much is a milk, his friend? Bobby Bobby deniro was was once and find to milk, which is the Reverend questionnaire in the magazine I chickened out of asking the big question, which is on a scale one to ten, how Harry is your arse. I just I just felt I don't think we've connected enough to remember, if he knew how much upon the milk was. He guest think I think he guessed he was quite personable. He was quite names. Bobby milk. Isn't he when he was a kid? What's Yang's milk, pal? The neighborhood kids use a cooling, Bobby milk. Oh my God. See this is why we bring in for your own the big gun facts, the big guns..
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on KOMO
"Seattle owner, Jerry bruckheimer knows there's buzz building for hockey, one hundred and forty miles south in Seattle Tapani under digging a hole in the ground right now. So it's pretty exciting. Thirty one teams are taking part in this year's draft an empty hole where Seattle franchise will soon setup president and CEO. Todd lie. Wicky knows. They're inching closer to a puck dropping and Seattle wash game when looking and saying one day two or three or four of these players in this very game are going to be wearing sale across your chest connects fans to anxiously await having an instant rival that's to be we've never had a team this close in Vancouver BC. Patrick Quinn, KOMO news. The hope is that NHL Seattle may have a draft here in two thousand twenty one in the meantime, still nothing about a team name and colors or saying announcement coming this fall. Komo news time seven ten since for sports. The Mariners squeak out a win against the Baltimore Orioles. T mobile part tend to nine final. Seattle storm still a perfect record intact. That's alternate home. Eighty four sixty two final against the LA sparks with more of our Saturday morning sports right now. Here's Eric Heintz from the Harley exterior sports desk. Husky Matisse title was picked by Boston, the first round of the NBA draft and traded Philadelphia has mom passed away when he was a senior at eastside Catholic, now tries to live up to his mom's example, there, she took care people's. I try to give back as much as I can. And I say best was giving me an amazing saves Ville to do that. And now being an NBA go have even more of a sage to do that. Now former U dub, T may Jalen Noel was taken in round two by Minnesota. The Sounders won't play again until one week from today when they host Vancouver, the long layoff was due to the early exit from the US open Cup, and the international window for players to be with the respect of national team's head coach branch Metra says they're not worried about losing three straight going into the break. Brian. Shifts. Parts. National competitions challenging. The Sounders, our third, the MLS west division, sports at ten and forty minutes past the hour. I'm Eric Heintz on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. Just ahead yesterday.
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Just governor union are here. They've teamed up just tell me about Elliot's fine created the show gab shit. How you describe? It is a action packed show with sexy awesome. Checks who are grown and partnered up in L A. We are detectives we are keeping the streets safe. Yeah. And we are also trying to figure out our partnership and navigate through our own sorted pass. Right. So gab. How did this come about because they know to spin off of a character of yours from beverly's too? I mean luckily, fortunately, or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it. We have no idea where said came from, she just appears in bad boys to know that she's Marcus sister, and she works for the so it left a lot of room to kind of spin out this character into her own universe still, giving you that bad boy, Jerry bruckheimer explosions, and funny and sexy. But we have our own separate mythology and we get to play in and around LA. So you go in to the power that is Jerry. Bruckheimer. And you say tear, we should really elaborate on said. Yeah, let's do this Jerry, Jerry. And Pat Riley are very, very close friends. So I've been seeing, you know basketball coach, Pat Riley. The Lakers and, and now he's head honcho at, at the Miami Heat him and Jerry bruckheimer been friends forever. So I'd see Jerry. I'd let them, you know, maybe have a cocktail or two and I'm like. He just said, yes, he jumped at the chance, check it out. At least Monday nights. It's only on spectrum, and on demand. Thanks for coming on governor union just Alba..
In a changing climate, how can tech help us survive?
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We're calling how we survive the change is evident in increasingly extreme weather all over the globe. A UN report last week said a million plant and animal species are on the verge of extinction. And warming is speeding that up and the UN's intergovernmental panel on climate change, the IPC said last year that our current rate of warming will cause fifty four trillion dollars in damages and that its effects will be increasingly deadly climate. Scientists say the trajectory is clear, I could write six more IPC assessments. They're all going to say the same thing. William Collins is a climate scientist at the Lawrence, Berkeley, National Laboratory, who has authored several such reports they're leading an very straight law. And and that's the reason why the scientists are eager to stop writing reports and start diving into creating solutions. So. Far much of the investment around climate change has been related to mitigation or slowing carbon emissions and reducing temperature rise that is not going away. But Collins and others are now talking much more seriously about adaptation, the data engineering and the technology to keep surviving in a changed climate. You can look sure people all day long about what they should do. I really wanna pivot from twenty people what they should do to showing them what they can do about a year ago Collins founded the environmental resilience exceleron or to start researching solutions for adapting to climate change. One of its first projects is taking a city block in Oakland and installing solar panels and grey water technologies charging stations for electric vehicles and seeing how that makes the area self sufficient in an increasingly uncertain environment for private investors climate adaptation is both an opportunity and an imperative Jayco is managing director of the private equity firm light Smith group, I and four. We need to recognize the climate change is a humanitarian disaster. So before we get to the how awesome is it to make money off of this part of the discussion, you know, let's just pause for moment. And recognize that this is a bad bad problem. Choas farm as one of the very few focus specifically on investing and adaptation technology. He says governments alone can't afford all the solutions that will need private money will have to fund companies to build new technologies or help transfer existing tech to cities and countries that need it. But he says we don't have all the answers yet part of the challenge here has been when most people try to imagine what adaptation means they think of giant sea walls around Manhattan or putting domes over cities or some kind of futuristic Jerry bruckheimer scenario, where nowhere near some of that technology. And in fact, co says the first step in adapting to climate change is what he calls climate intelligence understanding the scope of the problem predicting, it's impa-. Tacts and getting everyone to use the same data. So tomorrow on the show. We'll look at one intelligence gathering effort happening at the global level with a visit to NASA. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. And now for some related links. There is of course, so much to say about this topic. And honestly, our coverage is probably going to evolve along with the conversation. So first of all here's some of the nuts and bolts about how this series will work for the rest of the week. We're going to talk about the data gathering efforts the money some of the early tech. And why talking about climate adaptation is a little bit controversial after that. We'll have a story every two weeks at least until the fall. But obviously, this isn't a topic that is going away and over on our website. Marketplace tech dot org. We've got a little bit of a reading list to get you started MIT technology reviews. Latest issue is all about climate change mitigation and at station. It's got a ton of good information intact and one huge aspect of this conversation is one of our favorite topics on this show, the uneven distribution of technology, a WBU our story out of Boston last week talks about fears of. Quote, green gentrification as that city works to become more resilient to flooding and sea level rise late last month. The Environmental Protection Agency put out one hundred fifty page document telling local communities to start planning. Now for the fact that natural disasters across the country are going to get a lot worse. And that is a rare admission of the effects of climate change from the current US administration. In fact, last week, the intergovernmental Arctic Council, which is made up of eight Arctic countries and regional groups, including the United States couldn't reach a consensus after its latest meeting, reportedly because the US delegation didn't want its priorities statement to include language about climate change. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Over the past few months you've been hearing divided decade our year long project covering the great recession, and it's ongoing impact. As a nonprofit news organization. We believe this kind of in depth. Reporting is essential to help people understand the economic forces that affect our lives to support this important work. Please go to marketplace dot org to become a marketplace investor with a donation of five dollars or more. 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"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To threats in outer space, namely asteroids in near earth, objects. They say a catastrophic asteroid event is not a matter of if. But when they're trying to get ready for it. No, the planetary defense conference is not a subplot found in the current events movie. It's a real thing that it's happening this week outside Washington. Anyone who doubts the potential danger that near earth objects pose to humanity? Need only editor Chelyabinsk in the YouTube search window above that Russian city on February fifteenth two thousand thirteen. An asteroid sixty six feet across bleed into the atmosphere. Head exploded damaging nearly two thousand buildings. So as the human race goes about its business oblivious to the potential danger lurking in space, the world's experts on so-called near earth objects are meeting this week, no less than expert than NASA administrator, Jim Breitenstein insists this is not about Hollywood. It's not about movies. This is about ultimately protecting the only planet. We know two host life right now NASA is building an unmanned spacecraft to collide with a small moon of an asteroid in twenty twenty two to see if it can be knocked off course as a way of stemming future asteroid threats that test will cost less than half the production budget of the nineteen ninety eight movie with a similar theme. Jim Ryan ABC news Jerry bruckheimer production to rectify. Oh my God. I just like I want to get I have no science background. But I'd be fascinated by that we have an object the size of North America coming. How do we knock it? Off course. Yeah. If you weren't to radio guy, you were going to be a space. I wasn't smart enough to get to do. Science specially at my alma mater, CS you on this decision day, six twenty five year little money news, all financial dot com. Providing a look and listen mortgage rates go.
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Yeah. If you type into matchbox twenty smooth funnier die, and it's a doing basically, it's like a Jerry bruckheimer CSI kind of crime show completely based on just the song smooth. It's so ridiculous. It's that it's hilarious. And I thought like there was one of the ones when we were pitching ideas that the matchbox guys will just be like no that. Yeah. But they immediately gravitated to like oh, hell, yes. This is awesome. I mean sledding more seriously. I mean, obviously is a tricky thing to balance a soul career in a band thing. And there's like emotion and ruffled feelings can results like what's the trick? Because you had a guy leave and come back and whole thing. I mean, it's like, yeah. College offer a while. Honestly, for that reason, you know, they wanted to go out one summer, and I was out touring with my solo record. And it just I couldn't go out. And do you know, and it's not like, I don't know them anything. I do. But it just I had to kind of make that decision. I think we've found a really good balance in it. Now, you know, I think I need to do solo because we're all becoming more collaborative and we write more together. So I write so much that I need another outlet to put things so that I can come in and set my ego and real estate for songs at the door and let everybody participate, but we had to go through it almost therapy style. Like Paul is my best friend in the world. I just had dinner with him like two weeks ago when I was in LA, and we're talking about the house the best way to come about like doing the next thing. But you know, he looked at me and said, and this is him talking. He goes, I really think this one. The best record you've ever made. If I were you I wouldn't do another matchbox record. I would come back into another solo went back to back. He said he thought that it hurt me my first solo record coming back to matchbox this really selfish. Yeah. I thought it was kind of amazing. And I don't know if that's right. I think every time I do solo record somebody's like, you know, I think he's doing a solo record. And then I do matchbox instead. And they're like, oh, you definitely should into the match. I kinda whatever is there. I know what this is the fresh vibe for us. It feels almost like a another solo debut because it's a whole other thing for you. So yeah. And I think, you know, everybody. Now Kyle's been doing his solo thing. He's got his album wolves out, and he's banned the rivers in rust, and he's working in Nashville writing and producing and Paul has been film scoring of movies and television shows and now he's been very very busy doing it to the point where he doesn't have time to do anything. So that makes me really happy that everybody's finding their own thing. Like, I'm finding mine as well. We were talking about people dying young and mortality gen-x man has had a hard time of it. I mean, our cultural icons and all sorts of. Just for all sorts of reasons we seem to be losing the weird thing. I don't know that we're getting it harder. Think it's our turn right now. I think that when our parents when the baby boomers were going through, and they were losing all these people it hit him in very striking way that this is hitting us now because we're losing our own, you know, and especially like prince when I think about you know, like David Bowie was shared. Yeah. And he was Tom petty was shared between us and them. You know, he was around. But he was a little before us we stumbled in on that story in the middle. And then we went back and kind of collected the history of it, but we were somewhere in the middle on. But like prince felt like ours. He represented our childhood in so many ways..
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Right from your phone. Folks, you know, I suck introductions. But this man, luckily, doesn't really need much of one. He's been reoccurring guest. Probably one of the funniest guys. We've had on tell you with his dog shadow to his puppy. Eddie Vedder Vetter. Sorry. Welcome back to the bug cast anything welcome back. So we're out here in LA. We're in Venice, you're in Manhattan beach teddy brought us over to a little members only clubs out yesterday. Talk about living, dude this place. You can see the water the labar great food like you're living here. This is life. I got lucky out-smarted the league for too long and now on the left coast. And you also said to me yesterday. Like, I thought it was cool when I went to play in Florida and Tampa. But no, then I realize like LA's where you wanna be Manhattan. Yeah. I didn't realize came from new Philander Asli. What was in Saskatchewan main, Cedar Rapids, Iowa like? Any couldn't have picked a worse places of play. And then I came out here. I was like, oh, wow. DNA chills best. And then I was like, oh, but I couldn't afford to place. They got traded around. I'm like, oh, Florida's close to home Florida's nice. And then I came back out here at the end of my career looking back it probably shouldn't assigned here because I might have a chance to be playing right now. But because I'm living here now, I'm happy. So it's like it worked out timing is everything and you bought a spot here. I did spot. That's why I went to rush actually because Boston was didn't want to take it to way. And then twenty cash it's more than a bunch of cash just wanted to buy off my house saw Russia. So four months. It was worth the four years. Okay. Because you hear horror stories about guys not getting paid their full amount of money. You of course did. And I remember you said you left your gear there. Yeah. Voice. Have this wreck hockey rink every Friday, and it's a good bunch of old like suray who was just on skis. Derek Armstrong stoli. Yeah. Heater- who's my favorite? I think like Jerry bruckheimer skates. He can't he can't play. But he scores like nine goals a game. I think he's he's like the North American Putin. Yeah. Exactly. Where like Jerry bruckheimer. Of course. He's like one of the co owners Seattle. What do they call them the Seattle Krankl? I hope they end up being the cracking or crack, I guess everyone's leaning towards the Sakai's. Okay. So I don't mind Sakai's, Jerry bruckheimer, of course, one of the I would say is one of the majority owners of I think so. Yeah, you owns like all this movie stuff out here and all that stuff. He loves hockey. He throws Jerry bruckheimer hockey tournaments. I don't know if they're still going. I went to two years of these place..
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"Makes all the money Don Simpson and Jerry bruckheimer figure out if we make these movies that are over the top. But everybody in them takes themselves extraordinarily seriously seriously. And the narrator of the film is gonna take himself just as seriously and the pacing is very consistent. Like one of my favorites is crimson tide. The great trailer starts out, and they're these Hackman's giving the music. Yeah. Something like that. It's I can't remember the music, but it's a shot of him giving the speech go Bama roll tide. Well, I was going to say because also in the nineties trailers they start off a lot of them with like that kind of. Lighthearted kind of inspirational songs, so anyway, and that submarine goes down. And then it goes you here do Doon Doon. Yes. The voices like what we've always known becomes. What we've always feared. Yes. And that's the voice where you're like this guy. He's the fine part was we were watching through some old trailers. And I wish that I could remember no idea. Remember, it was step mom, and it's it's like this holiday season. Sometimes the person you can't live with becomes the person. You can't live without you can't. What kind of movie is this? Someone gonna die is going to be an explosion. I don't know. This guy just knows how to deliver lives like this. So so intensely because it's also like it's like there's another one. That's our favorite is the edges a photographer with an eye for beauty a man who lives through books like are you? Oh my God. Is that? Okay. Okay. Vilocci creep is he following women around that guy is far and away my favourite. Now, he's often confused with the the home alone. Terminator two guy. Right. He's a little less like old nineties guy. Feels like he's kind of you're really really really warm loving uncle. Yeah. But he's also like doesn't have anything going for him. So he makes tries makes everything sound really intense. He also is the guy that when he delivers the season. He sounds the best this holiday season this spring this summer, he's he's the best delivering that line..
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"I the tougher thing for me is I just don't think a lot of these teams are going to make the same steak stocking the roster with Vegas that they did that is going to make the Seattle challenge. Much more difficult than that for what do you think? The major mistakes were will lose one player. If we have to lose a player will lose a player, we're not doing three three more Minnesota. The talking hall of thing to protect well, mad, Dahmer and other d teams aren't going to do that anymore. They'll say, we'll lose one. I also am not sure that the trades will be as rich to avoid losing certain guys Vegas. Got a ton of extra draft picks gave them a whole bunch of flexibility, not convinced that's going to happen with Seattle. I think those are going to be the bigger challenges. Now, one of my questions, and this is selfish selfish TV question, but you know, Jerry bruckheimer there, and we always talk about how can you do TV different? How? How can you do hockey on TV different? He thinks Seattle does hockey on TV different Jerry bruckheimer there. I'm curious to see how much of a hand he's going to be able to do things. There's no question that the belief among a lot of the Seattle media is the Jerry bruckheimer is gonna have a lot to do with the look of the team, which makes a lot of sense. Maybe they'll be called the Seattle CS is I don't know. But I don't get Johnny Depp on zip-line and game. Number one. I'm going to feel ripped off. That's what you should buy. You know, the league reminded everybody that they have final say that pretty funny exchanged with Bettman on the on the stage the team name where do we stand with the team I'll defer to the gentleman on my left or right on the team? They although the league does get to approve it of decision the decision for for twenty one twenty two actually turned out to be fairly easy now an expansion draft will be held in our building. Players will skate on that training center and time for our first camp. And we know day, we'll be truly spectacular so waiting a little longer seemed to make a lot of sense, and we ultimately agreed with a lake Todd. You didn't answer the question about the name. I was gonna let you shag that Commissioner not might decision in the first instance, we're aware that we've we've I'm very proud of the record that we have so far we were unanimous in the city council vote we got through the IS without challenge, and we're going to try and do this right as well. But again, there was a big article the other day so somewhere about the changes that are coming to television. I can totally see it, you know, and Jeff I sit here that's three years away. I mean, I have a saying I could be hit by a bus in three years. I mean, God only knows what's going to happen between now. And then you might not be able to get out of your driveway. This might still be the work going on. Yes. I am curious how active and specifically bruckheimer his now if you the NHL you have Jerry bruckheimer in the mic. Yup. And he's wanted to be in for a long time. Of course me. And there was you know, the flirtation with Anaheim trying to buy Pittsburgh Vegas situation. So he's been knocking at the door for a number of years. And now bruckheimer is in. I'm curious what this group plans to do or how active this group plans to be with the board of governors like if you bring Jerry bruckheimer in your the NHL.
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on Keep It!
"You have a film, which is very much a political satire were you worried about anything that you put in the movie? I mean, you know, we have a gun in the movie your gun play. You know, follow Chekhov's rule. We check I was real well to to quote, Michael, Scott. What's the most exciting thing that can happen in a move your TV show? So I'm pulls out a gun. But I think the joke of it and kind of the route we went was we have two characters that are squaring off one is like this kind of Neil fascist who's very well acclimated to firearms and one is me who's kind of like perfect liberal that has no idea how to work a gun. So, you know, I think it's it's how you use it in context. But you know, I thought about I think I think the most important thing is in terms of representation is that we really try to call back. The fed fetish to fetish is Asian fetish is Asian. That's a bit of a tough one AM. Yeah. You know? Let me go. Oh, spelling bee. I haven't had like a little quirk like one of those kids have to. But I feel like that's that kind of like Michael bay. You know, Jerry bruckheimer were it's shots of ammo and tight shots guns rolling by and being loaded and cocked is kind of hopefully on its way out because a it's really played out lame. And I think that is the thing that kind of just is is just kind of catnip for gun nuts, and we should kind of curb that a little bit. I also think weirdly, even though there's something too prescriptive about deleting episodes of TV because they're too violent. It does feel to me. Like one of the first time I've seen people really reckon with how much violence there is on TV because it's always been something that producers can rely on. That's not like, you know, swear words are always edited out sex. You can't you historically have not been able to show on TV, obviously things are different now in like the unless it's able yes right know, precisely but Benson is chasing after rapist every week. Right. They didn't pull anything during the cavenaugh here. Right. So I just wish like if we were actually going to grapple with. Violence on TV. It would be a little more. I don't know. We impressed me. More would say, it would seem less just strict. And that's part of the problem. A lot of it's he's very selective. And there seems to be no big agreement on like, maybe we should shift the conversation of the violence that we actually do to just sort of change that conversation. The problem with that for a lot of networks. I would imagine is that when you get into the business of confronting in issue. Head on you, then have to be a problem solver, and these places probably don't want to be problems tick wolf is not a problem. They've been solving. Those rapes are attempting for twenty years is not successful. It's not showing saying how can I help? All these shows anyone who talks to the police can't be bothered to stop their job for. Oh, yeah. At least as he's like loading boxes. It's like, hey, you're talking to a fucking cop. Stop work for five minutes. Let them know that information they can go back to work. No is murdered and the cops come in here..
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"From your childhood well that that character existed you knew him yeah a guy from the town oh mike and you just acted this shit at it you did he did great god damn and remy did he directed at two sam did that too man so in talking about like that that launch like that transition from 'cause like i hear from what we talked about before that you still you see yourself a certain way but obviously the world sees you differently because of your your celebrity and your your job so when you when you transition like from kicking around writing the script here and there and swing blade and you know awards talk and everything else you know and utah me you're uncomfortable going to things like i would imagine the oscars well how how do you handle it dude i am sorry due to that's all right i do the same thing but i i i have a a really bad sort of case of obsessive compulsive disorder anxiety disorder all these things you know right and so i don't do well and people think on this really friendly social guy right and to tell you the truth and with fans and stuff i'll stand signed stuff warm all day long and and it doesn't matter i'm i'm all for it because those are the people that put shoes on my kids sure yeah yeah yo it to your fans i believe that and i don't get that nerve up around people like that it's unless it's looks like so he might shoot me happen one of them erin down that you get us but but we'll put it to you this way when i go to a big party that i have to go to because it's time and i and i love a lot of these folks there's some really good people who are big deals in this business jerry bruckheimer is just a a great human yeah you know and he and his wife are great people and they're always kind to me they'll invite me to things you probably have no business at yeah but for me going to a party that that say jerry bruckheimer hosting is like going to prince charles house to me.
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"We got to go out on that for real do you think we all agree they have sex when they get back right through protect you or are they like what listen we just went through stuff let's get it done i wasted see like that going yana water that butler garden you know that like gerard has his own lambskin condoms e sewed himself what gerard butler is outback sewing condoms out of like out of like sheep intestine it's not quite it's just my dick wrapped in seeping seeps in testing but but in this damn will hold boy the other way to to have gone was he lost his wife he lost his child and then he would come back and repeal rian reunited with the family i feel like if jerry bruckheimer was in charge from the very beginning seed net agree right that is auto should've been on the tarp that is that is comes back to monica potter and the daughter and boo right yeah and i feel like i don't need you to tell me i feel like i feel like what we were kidding is kind of like one of those blue apron thing we've opened the box or we plugging blue apron no long cast is that what we're sponsor on this show about greet shift.
"jerry bruckheimer" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"I felt like somebody did a last minute pass on the script well you're smart because i will tell you that i heard that on this podcast because these monologues were put in because someone's like you know what we gotta humanize these characters let's put in let's bring in you know even slur wrote the vagina monologues like give us a model well on this aisle well events ler but if it's an action movie you bring in jerry bruckheimer which is exactly what they did wow are jerry bruckheimer after the movie tested so badly and they spent fifteen million dollars on two weeks of reshoots to make the movie kind of and it wasn't even director for the guy yeah weekday devlin sorry good yeah dean devlin also make the third natural disaster movie produced independence day and the day after the day that's the one where like isis freezing his thing is that's where jay jay freeze burns and the public lever the part then just put it put it in perspective this movie started shooting in july of two thousand fourteen and finish shooting in february of two thousand fifteen wow it's a long time and yeah so what did jerry due to the script was he the one who was brought in to be like let's talk about their dead parents is that what you would think jerry like i'm trying to reach you the re shoots where do we know i wouldn't added to it i know they don't say specifically i would imagine it's most of the movie like like like.
Washington, Jerry Rubin and Morgan discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The effort man accused of setting explosives to government agencies will not enter a plea in court tomorrow as planned instead a judge order tan fan to undergo mental competency exam is accused of sending more than a dozen suspicious packages to military bases and other government buildings in the washington dc area a woman who worked as a trainer for the humboldt broncos team has died that brings the death toll of last week's devastating bus crash involving the junior hockey team to sixteen people the family of twenty five year old the dana lebron's says she died in the hospital today from those injuries the team was on its way to a playoff game when the bus collided with a semi trailer at an intersection in saskatchewan by september seattle could officially be granted a national hockey league team and if all goes well work will start on renovating keyarena this october today newly announced team president todd lightly he says he believes it will all come together we've got to be ready definitely it's not a date that you can move the part would be dropped the fans will be the stands we'd better be ready to go the former ceo of the seahawks joins majority owner david bonderman and co owner hollywood producer jerry bruckheimer the hope is for hockey fans to be rolling up two ticket booths at keyarena by the year twenty twenty so morgan any hints on a name for seattle sake team a lot of names being floated out there from the crack into a tribute to seattle's early hockey franchise the metropolitans but when we actually ask jerry bruckheimer about it we didn't get a lot of clues now the will help us david i think have the final decision so i'll just be know part of it thanks jerry rubin names out there include the sock is the totems and the emeralds coming up a desperate search ends it a strange location the mystery that took a washington woman into a missile silo plus a local dog owners warning to other families what she says her dog found in a park that nearly killed it at talk about a red hot real estate market the burned out home that's sparking a mind boggling bidding war you won't believe.