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SXSW Will Go On Despite Coronavirus Concerns
"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn every year. A few hundred thousand people gathered in Austin Texas for south by southwest. It's an international festival of music film and Technology but with the threat of the corona virus at hand. Some people are saying that bringing massive crowds into one place could be a very bad idea. Facebook twitter Amazon and a few other tech and media companies. Already have dropped out of the festival which starts on March thirteenth. South by southwest organizers. Say they're nevertheless moving ahead. Dan Sullivan is a writer for Texas monthly and he joins us from Austin Dan. Welcome to the show for having me so before we get into the impact of the corona virus. Let's talk a little bit about just. How big south by South West is in terms of its physical presence in Austin? How much are people's lives affected when the festival comes to town? Well it's huge. It takes over a giant chunk of the city several miles especially the downtown area but also beyond that it does have a huge impact. Let's talk about some health. Concerns from people who live in Austin and online petition calling for a total cancellation of south by southwest. West has more than forty thousand signatures. I've been to south by southwest. It's been a number of years but like any popular gathering. There are a lot of people in a lot of lines it can be getting into a movie can be getting into a club getting into a restaurant. You are very much cheek to jowl with a lot of your fellow festival guests and I guess that's something that a lot of people might be concerned about. It's not just that you're inside venue with a lot of people. But they're massive crowds basically wherever you go on all the streets and a lot of public spaces. Yeah that is a very real part of the concern is that it's just going to put a lot of people in close quarters. The festival did talk today about potentially encouraging people to be further physically apart from each other whether that means capping the capacity at venues or starting a standing in line protocol. I don't know specifically but it's something that seemed to be aware of the head of twitter. Jack Dorsey was scheduled to speak but he's since cancelled. Because of the company's concerns about the corona virus in fact twitter said in a statement that it was cancelling all quote non critical business travel and events unquote. Who else has bowed out so far. We've seen twitter facebook Amazon Amazon Entertainment Amazon studios when out today. Tick Tock went out today. A measurable which usually has a pretty sizeable south by South West presence. Cancel yesterday. There's probably more to. We're talking with Texas monthly writer. Dan Solomon about south by southwest and concerns over the corona virus. I WanNa talk a little bit about the economic impact of south by southwest. Obviously there are a lot of hotels and restaurants that benefit but it seems from your own reporting. There are a lot of smaller businesses. That really rely on south by Southwest Festival didn't happen they'd be in a big amount of trouble. Yeah that's absolutely true. One thing that it's kind of hard to break apart is south by southwest rise with the rise of Austin Austin city of that is rapidly growing population and that growth has coincided with the rise of south by southwest. And so you've seen a lot of people and a lot of businesses that factor south by South West heavily into their business models. So you've got caterers. Who opened up operations because they knew that every march they could pay a third of their monthly bills. Off of one week I talked to all sorts of people who have jobs that you wouldn't think of as a south by southwest thing carpenters and pedicab drivers and people who rent Porta potties. And all of those people really do count on South by southwest as a huge part of their annual income. I think it's also important to note that south by southwest can be an important launching point for musical acts and for movies right now. I think there's about one hundred world premiere films including new movies from Judd Appetito. There's a documentary. About the Beastie Boys New King Arthur movie with Patel. I'm wondering in terms of its impact in the conversation about art and artists. How important would you say south by southwest has become? It's huge. I mean especially. The film festival has been growing every year and people like John. Appetite Tau like if he can't premier his movie at South by southwest any other film festival in the world would be happy to have him but there are a lot of people who get a benefit from small filmmakers independent filmmakers short filmmakers who get a benefit from premiering their phone at the same festival judd appetite out of festival with the prestige of south by southwest. And that would be. It'd be really difficult for people who are counting on that premiere to make connections to launch their careers to lose it as far as musicians. Go The festival itself doesn't pay very well but there are all of these events. Historically that happened around the festival often paid for by companies like Amazon and facebook and twitter. Who Get pretty good paychecks? And you'll see bands who wrote their entire tours around going south by South West so they can play. Fourteen shows in Austin that week including official showcase and without that economy happening it really does have a huge disruptive effect on a lot of Art Creativity. That's at the core of the festival the organizers of MIB TV which was set for later this month in France just cancelled that annual television convention. I'm wondering if you have any idea of what the organizers of south by southwest are trying to wrestle with now what is the balance they're trying to strike? I mean. I think that they do have a real concern. Certainly the city of Austin has a real concern if it makes more sense to have everything under the control of south by southwest which can at least institute hand washing protocols and recommended safe distances and have some authority over the people who who come to town for the festival versus just having sort of a chaos festival because all of those bands who booked their tors to Austin. Most of them are hand to Mouth. Starts Musicians. Who CAN'T AFFORD TO CANCEL? Literally they already took time off of work. They're going to be coming anyway. You know people who aren't traveling on badges people who are just coming to south by South West to have a good time a lot of them are still gonna come so I think that a big part of the concern right now is. Is it more useful for south by South West to continue to have control over what happens in Austin or is it more useful to just say everybody stay home? This isn't a safe place to be. And I think that they're legitimately struggling with that. And I'm sure there are also struggling with some very real financial considerations it will be hard to me bound from cancelling something that they've worked on all year. I think that there's a real resistance to that. Just because this is all they do south by southwest project of another organization. They put on this festival for ten days in March and having to cancel it just days before it's supposed to begin. It's supposed to start a week from Friday. I think that's something that they're just resistant to do. Because they've been working on it for a year then Solomon is a writer for Texas monthly. He joined us from Austin Dan. Thanks so much for coming on the
"judd appetito" Discussed on WGN Radio
"They say the medical condition you could use to call in Dave and FOX league ahead. I caught by the other day. And I told them look. I I got rectal black Homa rectal glaucoma. I don't know that what's the symptoms. What is that? I says, well, I just can't say my ass coming into work. Congratulations. Dave, you are a big winter than out of any prizes. You're just a big winner. See that one joke versus Tim Conway. Dane, you have to be this phrase. I hate of a certain age to appreciate the fact that Tim Conway was one of the funniest people truly you ask any of the working comedians who are out there right now. And they will tell you Tim Conway was the comedian's comedian. He, you know, worked on breaking up his cast mates. They they would go through meticulous rehearsals before they did the Carol Burnett show. And then when it came time for the real taping. He would switch everything around just to break up his cast mates. I loved him. Now, you interviewed him in I interviewed him many times. And he was always funny and always a super nice guy. And always unbelievably inappropriate when the mikes were. All absolutely. He was and everybody will say that about him. Not only from the Carol Burnett show. Not only from Mikhail's navy that we're looking at some clips from right now. But he was a voice on SpongeBob square. Panzi? He won a six EMMY awards both for the Carol Burnett show and forget appearances that he made on other shows, but do yourself a favor today. Go get on YouTube put in a Tim Conway and watched some some of the bits that he did you will spend the whole day laughing. He died of what turned out to be water on the brain. There were earlier reports that he had dementia and Alzheimer's disease. But family members said that the official cause of death was water on the brain. And a rare form of the congestion, but it was not Alzheimer's or dementia. Yeah, he was eighty five years old. Carol Burnett has commented on what you know, what an honor it was to work with him to be onscreen with them an offscreen with him. What a gentleman he was. Vicki Lawrence said that Tim and Harvey are in heaven and the angels are laughing out loud. Tonight's. Nice nice. There's just been one beautiful tribute after. Another from Conan O'Brien and from Richard Lewis. You know, the the the younger comedians Judd appetito all saying that they grew up watching Tim Conway on the Carol Burnett show. And you know, there was just nobody funnier. And I could not agree with that thousand percent. There was a story that Kilbirnie told her life show at Chicago theatre last year that the that many of you were at an and I'm only remembering the gist of it. But I'm not too far off on this. And the story goes Tim Conway is somewhere Jamaica somewhere in the Caribbean. I don't know if they're doing some Carol Burnett sketches, there, whatever the case may be Calvert has with her husband. Tim was single at the time. They wanted him to go out to dinner. You said yes, come down to my room. They go down to the room the doors kind of a jar with the lights are off in the room. Like, a Tam, Tim they go around a corner. Tim's in bed shirtless. Candle lit with a blow up doll in bed with him. Need a couple of minutes. I'll be right with you. Here's a nut. Very very very funny. Really one of the great, Mick Jagger. We've all wondered how Mick Jagger has been doing. They cancelled.
"judd appetito" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"It was a grudge match with Stallone deniro both of which who had been in boxing movies in their own, right? And you you were co writing on it. What was your biggest lesson from from that feature film experience? Well, that wasn't my first that wasn't my technical. When I my first feature experience was this movie forgetting, Sarah Marshall, I worked as a as a. Producer. I mean as a credited writer, I worked as a producer slash writer on a whole bunch of movies before net, but I was always credited as a producer, right? And and then grudge back I didn't work on. I mean, I did work on it. But like, you know, whereas on the other movies, I was on set and was Syria. See we're doing like punch-up type stuff. I did a couple of draft. You know, it turned out that movie turned out, really good. And I was a really good experience. I didn't when I did that job. I didn't think they were ever gonna make it, you know, because they were like the premise of that movie is to. Boxers in their sixties who like used to be, you know, arch enemies arch rivals, you know, have a rematch in their sixties like thirty years later. And I did I just I did it as a job. It was really like the I like the people I was working with it was I didn't think it was made. Because I was like there's only like four actors who could be in this movie. And so our Stallone can't play another boxer. Then rocky, you You know, know, and and like. like, you know, Robert deniro, I I just I just, but they ended up literally getting Silvester Stallone Robert deniro to do it. So yes, I was that was just going back for a second. What kind of writing did you do on Sarah Marshall, lake and other movies? Would you just kind of add to the jokes like no type things because I mean, obviously WGN credits are very difficult to right? You didn't end up credit on any of those. I didn't. But but I I was a writer of record on those movies. Just basically what happened is I went to work on this show undeclared with Judd appetito before he was jut appetito and that wasn't like the early two thousands. And as that as Judd started move into movies, basically started to take the TV model and how we were making TV shows and move and bring it to movies. So very writer driven writer writers running sets, basically. So the director of Sarah Marshall. Did you know it worked on get him to the Greek with him? I worked on movie called five year engagement, you know, but all those movies of that era, super bad, right? All of them were made in this way. Where there were writers, you know. So I basically started on forgetting Sarah Marshall, you know, maybe five months before shooting and was there everyday of production and kind of worked with director and Jason Segel as a as an onset creative supervisor kind of and creative producer, essentially. So you know, and that was a big Judd innovation. I guess, you know, you, and you know, and the community that I worked with that this show undeclared which lasted for eighteen episodes and some people remember, but you know, it's to be I wish they had more than eighteen episodes. Generous it was a Colt show. But a lot of people from that show like ended up taking over comedy, you know. Yeah. So, you know, so that like I was saying that that very writer driven, you know, it's a whole approach to making movies into making comedies that has to do with. Among many other things that has to do with with writers being in positions of of authority, and it's their job and as producers, and it's your job to kind of try to end -ticipant all the problems, you might have input in edit and try to solve all the problems while you're shooting. You know, you were to Lord Miller on twenty one jump street. And what was what was something?.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"But if you invented podcasting, that's how I look. We, we all like ten percent. In this in this film through like interviews archival footage, excerpts Gary's journals, I get this picture of a guy who aspires to achieve greatness in comedy, but like I said, who in these journals, as much as he saying stuff like, let go and be one and be highly, who I am. I see him struggling with achieving happiness in life. And you you say, in the film, Gary says that his work was is life and you see that when you were in your twenties, and I started working with Garry shandling you wrote for him for the Grammy's. Could you relate to someone who's worked with so much his life. I think when you're young and you come from a neurotic family and you have a lot of wounds you'd think that comedy will save you. You wanna get a job. We all leave college or high school and think, what am I going to do? How am I going to support myself in this world? And you have a ton of energy to go after your your dreams and you don't think much about what it means emotionally to be obsessed with making it and as a creative person. A lot of times you think if my work is in good my world collapses, and that's something that is hard for people to understand is you know if you're writing show and you heard neurotic creative person, you think I need to make everything perfect or the show will get canceled or not getting made, and I will be revealed as a fraud and my whole life crumbles. So then there's a real intensity behind. The mission to make good. And in that intensity, which Gary would always say, was ego driven and driven by your your damage, you lose touch with loving people in connecting with people. And I think as he evolved, he became more aware of that and the Larry Sanders show is about that. It is about a talk show host and the people at a talk show and how in the world of Hollywood, they often have the wrong priorities and let their egos and needs serve them over loving each other. If you're just tuning in, I'm speaking with writer director and producer Judd appetito about his documentary about the legendary comedian Garry shandling a guy who's known for making people laugh with jokes like that. Very nice. I'm so excited to be here. I had a great day. I went to the Bank earlier today. On your free Penn yet these are free. These things, and they pop right out. I got a desk calendar too. You need a screwdriver to change the numbers, but they're free and. Then I went to the laundromat today because they have free close at the laundromat. That was Garry shandling killing it during his first time and the tonight show with Johnny Carson back in the early eighties when I was watching this documentary, I found myself scratching down my own kind of journals which nothing I normally do, and I went into work to do this radio show the next day. And I thought to myself before we went on air. I thought I wanted just be my full self here. I want to try and be entirely who I feel like I am and I maybe I'll do a better job on my show today. And that was that was just from reading Gary's journals as part of your doc in reading these ernal did you, did you find anything that you ended up applying to your own life? Similarly, I have the same experience which is before I do things I, I will think about Gary and what he would tell me to do. I tape the Netflix special that's running now and before I walked out, I just thought about Gary and things I read in the journal. He, you know, he, he would say, this is this is your gift. This is what you share with. The world talked a lot about being in the moment and knowing that if you're completely in the moment, the comedy will come that you know how to do it. So if you completely let go, you will be funny early in his career and they'll even the like the early eighties before doing tonight. Over the first time, he wrote a lot about a simultaneous performance and non performance. You know the idea of both focusing and letting go at the same time and believing in yourself at the..
"judd appetito" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"We all like ten percent in this in this film through interviews archival footage excerpts of Gary's journals, I get this picture of a guy who aspires to achieve greatness and comedy. But like I said, who in these journals, as much as he's saying stuff like let go and be one and being highly, who I am. I see him struggling with cheating happiness in life. And you you say, in the film, Gary says that his work was is life and you see that when you were in your twenties, and I started working with Garry shandling you wrote for him for the Grammy's. Could you relate to someone who's worked with so much his life. I think when you're young and you come from a neurotic family and you have a lot of wounds you'd think that comedy will save you. You wanna get a job. We all leave college or high school and think, what am I going to do? How am I going to support myself in this world? And you have a ton of energy to go after your your dreams and you don't think much about what it means emotionally to be obsessed with making it and as a creative person. A lot of times you think if my work is in good my world collapses, and that's something that is hard for people to understand is you know if you're writing show and you heard neurotic creative person, you think I need to make everything perfect or the show will get canceled or not get made, and I will be revealed as a fraud and my whole life crumbles. So then there's a real intensity behind. The mission to make it good. And in that intensity, which Gary would always say, was ego driven and driven by your your damage, you lose touch with loving people in connecting with people. And I think as he evolved, he became more aware of that and the Larry Sanders show is about that. It is about talk show host and the people at a talk show and how in the world of Hollywood, they often have the wrong priorities and let their egos and needs serve them over loving each other. If you're just tuning in speaking with writer director and producer Judd appetito about his documentary about the legendary comedian Garry shandling a guy who's known for making people laugh with jokes like this. Very nice. I'm so excited to be here. I had a great day. I went to the Bank earlier today. On your free Penn yet these are free. Yank these things and they pop right out. I got a desk calendar too. You need a screwdriver to change the numbers, but they're free and. Then I went to the laundromat today because they have free close at the laundromat that was Garry shandling killing it during his first time and the tonight show with Johnny Carson back in the early eighties when I was watching this documentary, I found myself scratching down my own kind of journals which not something I normally do, and I went into work to do this. This radio show the next day. And I thought to myself before we went on air. I thought I wanted just be my full self here. I want to try and be entirely who I feel like I am and I maybe I'll do a better job of my show today. And that was that was just from reading Gary's journals. As part of your doc in reading these did you, did you find anything that you ended up applying to your own life? Similarly, I have the same experience which is before I do things I, I will think about Gary and what he would tell me to do. I tape the Netflix special of that's running now. And before I walked out, I just thought about Gary and things I had read in the journal. He, you know, he, he would say, this is this is your gift. This is what you share with the world. He talked a lot about being in the moment and knowing that if you're completely in the moment, the comedy will come that you know how to do it. So if you completely let go, you will be funny early in his career and even in the early eighties before doing the tonight show. For the first time, he wrote a lot about a simultaneous performance and non-performance the, you know, the idea of both focusing and letting go at the same time and believing in yourself at the..
"judd appetito" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"Welcome to pure non fiction the podcast interviewing documentary filmmakers i'm tom powers the documentary programmer for the toronto international film festival in artistic director of doc and y c on this episode i talked to filmmaker judd appetito he's best known as a hollywood writer director of comedies like the forty year old virgin and knocked up the now he's directed a two part hbo documentary called the zen diaries of garry shandling the comedian garry shandling was known for two groundbreaking tv series one called it's garry shandling show and the other the larry sanders show judd's documentary charts the ups and downs of shanley's career and his search for meaning shandling specialized in a self deprecating humor that comes through in his first appearance on the tonight show in nineteen eightyone how many of you have been on that right at the small world at disneyland anybody scared on that ride just me great the worst thing about that ride is for the rest of your life in your head you hear that darn song for the rest of your life it's a small world nine nine gimme a break all right then i went on pirates of the caribbean i'm home cleaning my house best ride isn't it but i'm home cleaning my house and i'm going to go on and on and on the now i'm making love and i'm going yoho yo and the girls going it's a small world.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Actual he's cleaning house you know his job is to revitalize conglomerate and i think part of that you know i haven't spoken with back but i think part of it is he's you know you look at what these executives are making after three decades they're not cheap and you know look times are changing you've got new executive coming in with and and digital place to megan then you're trying to compete with netflix and that was something that bt and and nickelodeon weren't doing for the past couple of years so now you've got netflix amazon coming in and they're they've made headways and in the kids programming space and now given the new push for inclusive casting onscreen programs that were typically earmarked for bt or getting you know there's bidding wars and bt's not gonna win those well it's definitely of fascinating and busy time in the tv world as you know better than anybody we didn't even talk about the fact that the americans out it's big series finale with great partner are seeing we had killing eve sort of one of the big new shows and its first season over at bbc america you got the nba a finals in the stanley cup finals not to mention our beloved baseball we could go on forever but that will be for now thank you so much leslie over thank you scott fiber and now for my interview with judd appetito over the course of our conversation at appetite office building in west la which has been nicknamed the app a tower the fifty year old and i discussed a wide range of topics among them how kid who is unusually small bit of social outcasts and the child of parents got divorced when he was still very young wound up falling in love with comedy consuming countless hours of it on tv transcribing snl in merv griffin monologues in order to study them writing thirty page paper about the march brothers for pleasure when he was still in grade school and interviewing famous comedians for his high school radio station starting at just fifteen why he eventually abandoned dreams of being stand up and focused instead on being a writer and how that led to him writing for everyone from roseanne barr james l brooks to ben stiller he was part of a writing team that was awarded an emmy for the.
"judd appetito" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Because i think a lot of younger viewers really don't have that sense of gary of based on netflix it's okay i think the entire scary shanley shot and i think the entire larry sanders show are both on that flight okay that's your best entry point yeah oh my no i'm sorry hbo this is was on each i should've said it was on netflix but i'm wrong it's on hbo as are all his old shows so forgive me for that mistake but yes it's showing shows an amazing it's a show about a guy whose life is a tv show and he's aware of that he knows that he is in a sitcom as he's living his life and he messes with the conventions of sitcom as his life is going on it's utterly brilliant and there was never anything like it before it when it came out is pretty prescribed actor but that's not even like the best thing about your shanley's life because then he went onto even trump himself by making the larry sanders show and that is a sort of behind the scenes of what it's like making the tonight show or a similar late night stand up or late night righty show and that show is also a work of genius that's i think probably still holds up today in fact watching then then diaries of garry shandling made me want to go back and watch both of those shows again but really this is so much more than just about those two series it really is comprehensive about the entire life of garry shandling starts with him as a very young boy and the thing i didn't realize is that judd appetito had a really amazing relationship with garry shandling through his entire life i mean he reached out to shanley when he was a teenager and it resulted in a lifelong mentorship that garry shandling the relationship had with jeff appetite that led to after gary shellings sad death led to judah getting a bunch of these diaries that garry shandling kept through his life a bunch of video footage of him and his family that was really personal and really intimate.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"That so much i think that's more jason segel than uh than china sarah marshall been judd appetito because he yeah he did he do i he wrote it i know that for sure i don't know if the directed at our faust showed up todd directing but uh of creating sarah marshalled the director was nicolas stoler but yeah jason segel he wrote it and little hint for my tv themes later forgetting sarah marshall little hint so that's the news on game night in flashpoint let's move on more piece of news this is not as much news is just it's just kind of funny tommy though and i guess you're listening to this astra after the oscars we did not attend the oscars tonight as far as we know maybe there's a surprise appearance we don't know about but i as of right now in the afternoon before the oscars he's not invited and he's begging people to get him invited the oscars is notoriously very hard to get invited to which makes sense it's the biggest night in movies but tommy was always been begging people to go because he obviously was not invited he's not a credited writer for the disaster artist i assume if james franco had been nominated he would have taken tommy as his guest like he did for the golden globes i i just assume that is what would have happened because he was obviously at the globe but a man he was twin mark hamill he tweeted mark hamill ohio mark use the force get greg and i enter the oscars and mark amble being nice as he was like oh hi tommy wish i could help you but i can't even get extra oscar tickets for my family.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)
"I have no idea you're a vivid hot august eighteen agency that one oh my god i'm going to have to find a three because it's one of my favorite movies and is it a cartoon yes okay animated i think it's judd appetito oh yes on yeah uh i keep talking yeah so anyway others that senior they're like oh my god we're basically going to the promised land and then they start getting cooked and they're like oh really you're being murdered that so funny ah will that i have a picture from a long time ago now body when the movie came out and i put it out if so trashy i put on my instagram of me licking the hot dog was like a billboard picture you but i'm like putting my tongue into it yeah proudest called out lewis our talking them mudug movie so so we think the vegetables that didn't get consume now yeah i think so i think that triggers may fear of abandonment to some really got again after the frigid or 900 re i know it's like hospice for vegetable is all eddie well uh the home she was you can say it was more anyway i don't know it was going to be more carrying out about vegetables nah um i think the youth oh that's what i can say i feel like if you don't eat your vegetables it's like having a dog that doesn't have an owner it wants to serve you young like the valuable wanner serve you right they wanna get caught up in in bid digested on crew vita answered their sacrificial lamb nia okay so we've decided so vegetables who've been eaten you are not sattar near not saturday yeah okay and so for our next segment we're going to do freudians slips which no pressure as you say there isn't is to say the first were that comes unit at we know this game mmhmm um and with anyone else called for audience limps as an but with whatever they call this i don't know on okay first word constipation corn.
"judd appetito" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Uh comedy director judd appetito and others are calling out quentin tarantino for not standing up to harvey weinstein and basically making him out to be sort of a accomplice of everything that that that weinstein dead adjust get chastain taking to the twitter and other things and her just get chess themes her issue with guarantee know or or others is like in killed bill you must servants character is a assassin but um it's only after she's brutally beaten and raped and then she recovers catch you become a super woman and uh and so jessica chastain eight apparently missed the entire point of killed bill where where room a thorough and was a superwoman assassin before she was a shot and left for dead and and bounce back but uh anyway maybe jessica came in halfway through the movie i'm not i'm not sure it is available for rental jumanji is back number two number probably number one on super bowl weekend for movies believe it or not a lotta people go see movies and sunday instead of see the super bowl but do whenever jumanji welcome to the jungle has according to hollywood reporter scored another touchdown see what they did they're reclaiming the number one spot in its seventh outing seventh week it's the first time since titanic that a movie released in december has won the weekend in february so whatever grossen of million this number two movie was maize runner the death here and i don't.
"judd appetito" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Hey folks breaking into comedy its messy it's hard it's intense it's the subject of the hbo comedy series crashing starring pete homes and executive produced by judd appetito crashing shows a realistic an honest depiction of starting out a comedy career in new york city season to of crashing his on sundays at ten thirty p pm only on hbo and all season one is available to stream on hbo get into it all right okay all right let's do this how are you what the parker is what the bucks buddies what the fuck next what's happening i'm mark merrin this is my podcast wto it's called welcome to it glad you here thanks for coming got a good show today i'm doing all and i'm trying to do this stuff that people do at the beginning of shows oh man what have we got four you today what a show and then as both to tell you what's on the show today on the show and then i'm going to say some names and frye and say and set him up properly from the movie lady bird and roseanne of course we have laurie metcalf is with us today on the show here in the garage c i can do that but lori is here and it was really an honor to speak to her because i think she's one of the greatest uh actress is we have at this juncture also before lorient endure will shorty with with my pow tom securer tom secure as year he's got new comedy special out.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"What we can get into the disaster artist the disaster artist tells of two friends tommy was so played by james franco and nineteen year old grigson sterile play by dave franco the to meet in an acting class in san francisco and tommy's off the wall performance of streetcar named desire appeals to reserved gregg who cannot express himself the to become friends and tommy suggest they moved to los angeles together where he already has an apartment greg doesn't know where tommy's from cow tommy has so much money were really anything about the accented longhaired wannabe but for his chance at stardom greg agrees despite his mother's objections in los angeles great gets it agents and a girlfriend named amber play gallison brie tommy seems a bit put off by this relationship when thomas told with finality by judd appetito the his acting career won't happen he decides to write his own script the room he plans to finance this himself to the tune of six million dollars and he and greg will start it they by their equipment and hire a professional crew including script supervisor sandy should claire played by south rogin and director photography rafael smajda played by paul sheer only those two seemed to be able to realize the debacle the film is becoming but their paychex clear so they put up with tommy who becomes even more eccentric and demanding things worse than between tommy in grade when greg decides to move in with amber and tommy axe jealous tom even seems to retaliate when he refuses to give greg a day off so he can go film apart from malcolm in the middle the film is finished but the friendship is destroyed greg an amber break up and greg stays in la acting on stage but tommy finishes the film and uses his own money for a grand premier he convinces greg to go which he does but to tommy's horror his film is not met with the dramatic feelings but with gales of uproarious laughter at the inept film but the laughter in itself is an emotion and the crowd gives tommy is standing.
"judd appetito" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"Yeah they're gesture debts all fresher than we're used to i mean that just the california restaurants are getting fresher vegetables and and uh seafood and things like that everything so yeah that's a big part of it but yet by the there are definitely hyon restaurants in san francisco but there are also sort of holeinthewall places that have great food to sell any any business takeaways from your trip renault no not no nice can you people are people are spending money that would be one eye is so we were there on the river and men there is a lot of commerce going up and down the river okay huge boats just constantly go in and out their business being conducted in this country that's good header and and i think that that will so the last time that i was there was uh about eight months after katrina an and new there was less of a vibe of just business is booming jaba think so yeah that makes sense so i i receive you recently because and and and i maybe this is a touching a nerve based on before we started taping there was a lively conversation about the movie elf and a by rethinking you recently because my family got together we watched elf and you've made the point that elf is among other things a way to introduce younger people to bob newhart who plays the body else father he's he's the else dial poppa elf and so i was listening to a podcast recently an episode of greg fitzsimmons who's a comedian and he has a podcast where he usually is interviewing other comedians and in this case it was judd appetito whose.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"Anywhere except that the comedy magic club and within ads or these incredible jokes he had what joe greece said you know i got no issues with the with the immigrants in america i wish jorge lopez could come up right now and take over the sat yeah i really miss boys his leg channelling zoom let's take a quick break have a quick word from one of our sponsors who wifi is something you don't really think about until you don't have it or it's not working properly videos buffering wi fi dead zones when you roam around the house to many devices connecting installing everything down and with the holidays there's always more people home connecting their devices all fighting for why fine but wounds the last time you upgrade your widely at home love you want better wifi everywhere check out an awardwinning or be wifi system from net gear or base the simplest and smart smartest way to get super strong bast wifi in every corner of your home one wifi network that's easy to install you can set it up in minutes and then you end the family will be enjoying faster and more reliable whole home wifi from her basement to your backyard so what are you waiting for your wifi world and get an rv that's bull rbi wifi system from that care for better why pay everywhere visit net gearcomor being neck year otcomo r b i think all right and now back to my conversation with judd appetito wondering i wanted to ask you about as you're you're producing style tim because i know you use letting improving in films in antibes jim philosophy around that are you trying to find like um more meaning or you just trying to find better jokes because a because there's two different uh tax in that or is it like a combination step for you just you know do you have oh i know you're movies aren't like kerber you just have an idea of would scenes are and that's your thing but i know that you do find the lat while you're making the moby as well well i always feel like the actor has a lot to give them.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Deadcast
"I o on solar movie where you know han is doing improvised like judd appetito jokes for two and a half hours like i want there to be obtained rather you'd rather see it directed by a literal walking vat of tapioca putting no i think i think it's fine with me if they got the two hot directors to film a bunch of cool shit and then they broaden the old hack to basically shepherded through to the end so that it is relatively polish that's that's what i think it's a it's a it's a it's a savvy move you're bringing the veteran to uh you know to clean up old that the veteran sucks asked bringing in the ukraine and you bringing in the manager whose you know been been winning seventy two games every year for twenty years they essentially took i mean he had a near warri one eighty three games and a rooms oil you know you they all sorts of problems with rogue one they had received a bunch of shed narrows i go god's could be terrible nature not to be really good in the ending of it was fantastic so i have no yeah i i think it's okay to how they said i don't wanna see here fuck and han hansolaf movie at all on probably not going to go see this like hansolaf harrison ford he's not being played by harrison ford in this movie saw no one's did not that that is the one problem that add more alarming was there there was a report the disney was very did disney had to hire an acting coach for the dude who is playing han solo said he caused philo better that that's a deep concern to me that's where my old guy kicks in words like why do they make movies doors anymore.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Fresh Air
"So i imagine if they did that study in poor white communities or other poor minority communities find the same sort of numbers but i have various emotional problems caused by brain disorders and brain chemistry but also by trauma so it's hard to separate in it's the chicken of aaa give my alphabet soup of mental illness acronyms and abbreviations the enemy just mention here you are born with hydrocephalus which is an over like too much spinal fluid pressing on the brains he needed surgery for that when you're five months old yai i've had three brain surgeries ahead brain surgery at five monthsold two years old than than in december of two thousand fifteen to remove a benign tumor may guest a sherman alexi his new memoir is called you don't have to say you love me after break we'll talk about leaving the reservation and the brain surgery he had two years ago to remove a benign tumor this is fresh air weekend ooh support for this npr podcast and the following message come from amazon studios and lionsgate presenting the big sick from judd appetito comes a new comedy based on the real life romance between pakistan born comedian who male non johnny and grads students emily gordon who fall in love but struggled as their cultures clash when emily contracts a mysterious illness camille finds himself forced to face her feisty parents his family's expectations and his true feelings in select theaters june twentythird everywhere july fourteenth.
"judd appetito" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My guest is andy greenberg he wrote the cover story in july's wired magazine titled lights out how russia is using ukraine as a testing ground for cyber attacks after a break we'll talk about how he drove a car whose electronic control system was hacked and david beyond coolly will review the new tv shows glow and prime suspect tennyson i'm teary gross and this is fresh air support for this mpr podcast and the following message come from amazon studios and lionsgate presenting the big sick from judd appetito comes a new comedy based on the real life romance between pakistanborn comedian who mailmen jiyani and grads students emily gordon who fall in love but struggle as their cultures clash when emily contracts a mysterious illness camille finds himself forced to face her feisty parents his family's expectations and his true feelings and select theaters june twenty third everywhere july fourteenth let's get to the global ransomware attack that happened in may about three hundred thousand machines and one hundred fifty countries were affected would you described the attack yet so this piece of ransomware a kind of now where that luck subject computer than encrypt slow your files and demands you pay a ransom for them spread through hundreds of thousands of machines around the world using aid leaked nsa hacking tool it was basically a hacker group which may or may not have been associated with russia us stole a bunch of nsa hacking tools through means we still can't identify published a bunch of them and they included a way to basically break into windows machines and in fact that hacking method was so affected that it could be used in a kind of worm where it spreads from one computer to the next automatically and so another group of hackers.