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Medical investigator rules Baldwin set shooting an accident

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 hrs ago

Medical investigator rules Baldwin set shooting an accident

"New Mexico authorities have determined that actor Alec Baldwin fatally shooting a cinematographer on a movie set last year was an accident I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Medical investigators have ruled the death of cinematographer halyna Hutchins in October was accidental Alec Baldwin was pointing a gun at her as they were setting up a scene when the gun went off Baldwin's attorney Luke nika says it's the third time authorities have found that Baldwin did not know about the allegedly unsafe conditions An FBI analysis of the revolver suggests it was in working order at the time and would not have discharged unless the trigger had been pulled

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Judge won't ban potential jurors who watched 'Surviving R. Kelly' docuseries

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 hrs ago

Judge won't ban potential jurors who watched 'Surviving R. Kelly' docuseries

"Publicized the allegations of abuse against singer R. Kelly has become a central issue in seeding a jury for his federal trial in Chicago I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest U.S. district judge Harry Lyon and Weber denied a request from R. Kelly's attorney to automatically exclude anyone from the jury who had watched the 6 part documentary surviving R. Kelly However the judge asked potential jurors about how much they watched if they did how much they remembered and if they could stay impartial at least half of the people questioned Monday were dismissed generally because they acknowledged they could not maintain fairness Kelly is charged with rigging his 2008 child pornography trial which he denies

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The Academy apologizes to Sacheen Littlefeather for her treatment at the 1973 Oscars

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 hrs ago

The Academy apologizes to Sacheen Littlefeather for her treatment at the 1973 Oscars

"The academy of motion pictures arts and sciences has apologized to the Native American woman who spoke on behalf of actor Marlon Brando at the 1973 Oscars A marchesa a letter with the latest When Marlon Brando won the best actor Oscar for The Godfather says she and littlefeather dressed in buckskin and moccasins took the stage instead she said Brando could not accept because of the treatment of American Indians by the film industry She not only was booed but she says she faced repercussions for years Now film academy president David Rubin has apologized saying the abuse she faced was unjustified The academy museum in Los Angeles will host little feather for a celebration event on September 17th

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Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 17 hrs ago

Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72

"Nicholas Evans who wrote the bestselling novel the horse whisperer has died after a heart attack last week according to his representatives Evans was 72 I'm argies are a letter with the latest Nicholas Evans was a British journalist screenwriter and TV documentary producer before he wrote his first novel the horse whisperer It came out in 1995 and sold more than 15 million copies Robert Redford and Scarlett Johansson starred in the 1998 movie Evans's other books include the loop the smoke jumper the divide and the brave

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‘Bullet Train’ Repeats No. 1, ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Returns to Second Place as Box Office Nearly Grinds to Halt

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00:36 sec | 1 d ago

‘Bullet Train’ Repeats No. 1, ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Returns to Second Place as Box Office Nearly Grinds to Halt

"The Brad Pitt film bullet train leads to the box office for a second straight week according to studio estimates With the latest Hi It's the quiet car Bullet train pulled in another $13.4 million in its second week of release putting it as the number one movie draw for the weekend D.C. league of super pets barely beat out Top Gun: Maverick for second However maverick's third place showing is all the more impressive considering it's been out nearly three months Most movies head to streaming services after about 45 days in theaters Thor: Love and Thunder is number four with nope at number 5

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LAPD ends investigation into Anne Heche car crash

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

LAPD ends investigation into Anne Heche car crash

"The Los Angeles Police department ends its investigation into Anne Hess's deadly car crash The 53 year old actress is brain dead but still on life support according to her family because she's an organ donor detectives looking into the single car crash had said narcotics were found in her blood now the LAPD says any outstanding info will still be collected but the case is closed when a person suspected of a crime expires we do not present for filing consideration hash crashed her car into a mar vista home on August 5th causing a massive fire She sustained extensive burns no one else was injured I'm Julie Walker

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Judds asks court to seal report of death investigation

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Judds asks court to seal report of death investigation

"The family of country singer Naomi Judd filed a court petition to seal police reports and recordings made during the investigation into her death Naomi Judd died in April at her home in Tennessee daughter Ashley Judd has previously said her mother killed herself Because we don't want it to be a part of the gossip economy I will share with you that she used a weapon Judd says her mother was lost to the disease of mental illness Our mother couldn't hang on until she was inducted into the Hall of Fame By her peers I mean that is the level of catastrophe of what was going on inside of her The Judd family says records contain video and audio interviews with relatives in the immediate aftermath of Naomi Judd's death and releasing those details would inflict significant trauma and irreparable harm I'm Ed Donahue

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How Christa Helm Got Started in Hollywood

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:59 sec | 3 d ago

How Christa Helm Got Started in Hollywood

"Foray into the entertainment industry goes back to 1974 about 7 years after her daughter's born, she appears in a low budget horror film called legacy of Satan, then she lands the leading role in let's go for broke. Another forgettable low budget movie described by people as a James Bond spoof. The producers Stewart Duncan put it that way. Apart from singing the movie's theme song, Christa helm portrayed Jackie broke, a TV reporter that gets herself kidnapped to save other brainwashed women working at a pleasure palace. Doesn't sound like this will get over 10% on Rotten Tomatoes, does it? Obviously the film was not successful, but Christa helm gave her best. And when you're young and in the business, you just happy to get the role. You can't believe you're on a set in someone says action. You can't believe you see yourself on screen, even if the movie's shit still gives you a jolt of excitement.

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Anne Heche's blood test revealed narcotics in her system: LAPD

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

Anne Heche's blood test revealed narcotics in her system: LAPD

"Los Angeles Police are investigating actor Anne Heche for driving under the influence of drugs I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest A Los Angeles Police department spokesman says detectives with a search warrant took a sample of NHS blood and found narcotics in her system However toxicology tests are needed to identify the drugs and to differentiate from what she may have been given in the hospital That could take weeks He smashed a car into a house last week and she was pulled from the burning wreck Her spokeswoman said Tuesday that Haitians and critical condition and in a coma police say they're still gathering

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Atlanta rapper Young Thug faces new charges in RICO case

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

Atlanta rapper Young Thug faces new charges in RICO case

"More legal troubles for a rap star already facing serious gangbanging charges there has been a new indictment filed against Young Thug and it adds another 6 new felony charges to his ledger the Atlanta journal constitution reports the additional charges include participation in criminal gang activity plus additional drug and weapons counts as part of a growing list of charges against Young Thug and four others who are linked in that case authorities say these new charges stem from what investigators found when the rapper was arrested in May at his home in the upscale Buckhead section of Atlanta an attorney for the rapper says his client is innocent and looks forward to fighting the charges in court A Moscow's Gabrielle

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 Anne Heche in critical condition, on ventilator after crash

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 d ago

Anne Heche in critical condition, on ventilator after crash

"Car wreck last week A representative for Anne Heche says the actor was badly hurt in that accident and is now in a coma in an email statement Heather Duffy ballston says heche has a significant pulmonary injury that requires her to be on a ventilator to breathe and burn that requires surgery last Friday has car slammed into a house in the mar vista area of Los Angeles flames erupted and the actor had to be pulled out of the vehicle that had become embedded in the house

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Kenan Thompson of 'SNL' to host Sept. 12 Emmy Awards

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 6 d ago

Kenan Thompson of 'SNL' to host Sept. 12 Emmy Awards

"Actor Kenan Thompson of Saturday Night Live will host the Emmy Awards A marches are a letter with the latest Keenan Thompson says being named the host for the Emmys is ridiculously exciting Thompson won an Emmy in 2018 for co writing the song come back Barack for Saturday Night Live The Emmys will air live from Los Angeles on September 12th on NBC and the streaming service peacock The top nominees are Succession Squid Game Ted Lasso hacks and only murders in the building

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Who Will This 'New and Improved' IRS Target?

The Trish Regan Show

05:11 min | Last week

Who Will This 'New and Improved' IRS Target?

"In the meantime, back to this IRS thing. I mean, I'm just kind of offended. I sound like I'm like, you know, one of the woke ones right now, 'cause I'm offended, everything. But I'm offended when they think that the answer is to somehow just go after every Tom dick and Harry and Jane and Susan and Sally. And this is who will be affected. It will be your middle class. As much as they're going to try and tell you, oh, it's the 1%, no, no, no. Just in terms of, if you have that many IRS agents, who are they going to go after, and they can't, as I keep saying, they can't go after. The people that they should go after were just the billionaires, they get away with the great deal on the tax front because we've got lawmakers that are so concerned about making sure they have enough money for their next campaign. I told you yesterday about all the money. I mean, Kirsten sinema is one example. She's got donations individual donations from the private equity industry totaling over 500,000 for her last campaign. I mean, that is a lot of money, right? And I'm just looking at the numbers 54,900 from executives over at KKR, 35,000 at Carlisle, 27,300 over at Apollo. The private equity industry is a very big lobbying organization. In fact, they probably spend more money than any other industry right now. They're on K street and one of the reasons they're doing this is to give themselves the beneficial treatment when it comes to taxes. Do you know the Chuck Schumer? Collected 1.28 million from the private equity industry, including Blackstone and KKR, so you really think that he's that interested in raising taxes on this particular group of people. Go back and listen to Monday's podcast. If you want to explain or they're on why this is income and why it should be treated as income and why this is just highway robbery, frankly, of the American people and of our government, but these people in Washington I'll tell you the whole system is so darn corrupt. When you see what just went down. And when you see that they're going to effectively inflate, again, the U.S. economy artificially by spending all this money while simultaneously adding another 80 billion to go after everyday folks from the IRS all all while saying we're going to give a pass to those private equity investors. I mean, give me a break. It's not investment. It's income and they need to be taxed as such. Anyway, it's really pretty disgusting. But the whole thing is just disgusting. I mean, the idea that they want to pass this off, the name itself as somehow an inflation reduction act. Guys, you're just spending more money. All right, before I get to that, I do have one more thing I want to mention to you. You know, it's summer and we're all looking for movies and I don't know about you, but it's kind of hard sometimes. Kind of hard to find a good movie that you can enjoy watching that is representative of your values. I think that our values have gotten kind of lost and pop culture these days. And it's one of the reasons why I think it's important for all of us to think about what we're watching and who we're supporting when we watch it, right? Are you really into Disney right now with all their bogus? Or do you want to try and seek out some alternative sources of entertainment? This is where this movie in particular comes in. When I was a kid, I used to watch Cameron on that, what was that show? Oh, you know what? I got to look it up right now as I'm talking to you. This is how you know I'm recording in real time. He had that sitcom, when I was a kid, what was it? So anyone who can answer that in the questions below, extra super duper points, go to you. I'm going to come back to that in a second because it's going to drive me crazy. I remember that sitcom really, really well. Anyway, he's got a new movie out a new movie that he's backing. He's a very big Christian. He's an growing pains. Growing pains. That was the sitcom. I remember that now. Anyway, he's got a new movie that is just out. It's pretty neat. It's got a good message, and I think it's worth taking a look at as you're looking for things to watch and be entertained by. So this is called life Mark. And in this movie life Mark, it tells the story of David who has this very comfortable world that gets totally turned upside down when his birth mother, unexpectedly reaches out to him, and she's looking to meet him. He's 18 years old at that point. She only had the chance to hold him once, and she went looking for him and he finds this out. So it's really, it's an interesting storyline and probably one that happens a lot. He gets encouragement from his adopted parents, and so he embarks on this life altering journey, which really is a process of discovery and it leads to a pretty staggering truth from his past, inspired by a true story life mark is a powerful reminder that one decision, one choice can impact so much more than one life. It's a pro family pro love pro forgiveness pro reconciliation and pro new beginnings kind of movie.

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Ezra Miller charged with felony burglary for allegedly stealing alcohol: Police

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00:35 sec | Last week

Ezra Miller charged with felony burglary for allegedly stealing alcohol: Police

"A troubled actor is in trouble again These days you're more likely to find Ezra Miller's name on a police bladder than on a movie marquee His latest brush with the laws in Vermont were state police responded to a burglary complaint in May and found several bottles of booze were swiped while the owners were away Miller was arrested and charged Sunday after police got a look at surveillance video and interviewed witnesses He is a citation to appear in court next month Miller was arrested twice earlier this year in Hawaii and the parents of a Native American activist took out a protection order against him accusing him of grooming their minor daughter Miller's

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Rapper Fetty Wap arrested for allegedly using a gun to threaten to kill someone over FaceTime

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00:36 sec | Last week

Rapper Fetty Wap arrested for allegedly using a gun to threaten to kill someone over FaceTime

"Rep star fetty wap is in custody for threatening a witness in his federal drug conspiracy case I'll kill you and everybody you with Those 7 words on the FaceTime video have landed fitty wap in jail oh yeah that and pointing a gun at the person on the other end of that video call prosecutors in New York have referred details of that December 11th call to the judge handling watts federal drug conspiracy case and the judge determined that indeed violated terms of his release so he violated waps bond and sent him to jail that likely means he will not be able to perform shows that his website says

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Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Arrives With So-So $30.1 Million Debut, ‘Easter Sunday’ Stumbles

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00:34 sec | Last week

Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Arrives With So-So $30.1 Million Debut, ‘Easter Sunday’ Stumbles

"The film bullet train leads at the box office in its opening weekend I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest Your creek international business solution is how can I help you I am ready Bullet train about 5 assassins on a speeding train in Japan is the top box office draw this week It had a $30.1 million opening according to studio estimates Movie theaters usually report a quiet period in the late summer and bullet train was the last of the big summer movies Number two this week is D.C. league of super pets Nope is third followed by Thor: Love and Thunder minions the rise of gru is number 5

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Anne Heche in 'Stable' Condition After L.A. Car Crash as Family and Friends Ask for 'Prayers'

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00:32 sec | Last week

Anne Heche in 'Stable' Condition After L.A. Car Crash as Family and Friends Ask for 'Prayers'

"Actress Anne hesh remains in the hospital after her car crashed into a Los Angeles home Friday causing flames to erupt Hashes podcast partner Heather Duffy boylston said in a statement and is currently in stable condition her family and friends ask for your thoughts and prayers and to respect her privacy Police say hesh was speeding when her mini Cooper clubman came to a T shaped intersection ran off the road and into the house in mar vista No one else was injured It took numerous firefighters nearly an hour to put out the blaze in

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Chris Miller Lied on Fox News and It's a Crime Says Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:56 sec | Last week

Chris Miller Lied on Fox News and It's a Crime Says Glenn Kirschner

"Speaking of this whole theme of lying is that we're looking at in the Alex Jones trial, so Chris Miller goes on Fox News and lies. That oh, Trump ordered, you know, 10,000 National Guard troops under oath has to say, you know, like Alex Jones had to say, sandy hook was real. Like, no, he did not order. You know, national lied to the American people on Fox entertainment. I don't call them Fox News. That is actually part of a criminal cover up. That's chargeable as a crime. I'm appreciative that he told the truth under oath before the J 6 committee. But when you lie to the American people trying to cover up Donald Trump's crimes, you're committing your own crime of accessory after the fact that miss prison of a felony. So keep it up sports. I'm so happy to hear you say that because how many times have we heard, well, it's not a crime to lie on Fox News, otherwise they wouldn't have a network. I mean, it should be. It can be a crime. It can be a crime. We just have to investigate it and indicted.

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

07:25 min | 6 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Was working in SSD and our cinematics department at the time. And he said, no, you should give us a try. It's a really fun team. But yeah, I had always wanted to be hand drawn animation. I just want to be an animator and a Kelly arts I can you know I can remember that first time where it was just it wasn't that first semester you work on like the first year you're working on head turns and walks and I was just I was getting late to it. I was going back to school I was 25 and I was just I was changing, I didn't want to do anything in my previous major from UC Davis. So I just was completely on another turn. And so I had arrived at Cal arts feeling like I was too old to be there and but that second semester when I started to work on a film, it was just, oh, the acting was just, it was just incredible to do to bring something to life. And doing the head turns and stuff was like, eh, maybe I'm not, maybe I shouldn't be doing this. This kind of but then when the acting came in. So it doesn't really matter to me if it's the video game industry if it's feature animation, VFX if it's got story and acting in it. I'm eating it all the way. I love it. And I'm sure in the cinematics you get that more than you would say in the gameplay. Yes. Yeah. And that dig in that a little bit deeper and this could be more for Justin and Karina. Are there areas that you're like, ah, that's what I really want to be doing. Is there even within blizzard? You're doing this right now, but you're kind of reaching toward. And that could be ham doing gameplay stuff. And I want to do more of the cinematics. Or what is sort of the, I guess, the dream job, even within blizzard, or are you doing it already? That's a loaded question, right? That's Justin. I love what I do. I love it. I freaking love it. I love the variety. All the different IPs, all the different art styles. The storytelling we get to do, it's a 100% exactly what I want to do. The life that we get to bring to these varieties of characters is so satisfying. And the fan base feedback is so rich and fulfilling. And you know, here's one of the things if you're working on a film, which I've worked on a bunch of films, like you're two years, two and a half years on one project. And I love digging in and I love 90 minute feature stories, but time to be up. I'm good here. But the variety, you know, after a while, you're a little ready for something else, right? Yeah. And here, because the turnarounds are three, four months like Marianne was saying, man, it's just like, boom, new taste. You have something new on the plate every few weeks, you know, months to eat. And it's all tasty. It's all tasty. That was so exciting. Yeah. The dish it up and it already looks good. Breaking news, Tony. Yeah, we do have big news. That's right. And I'd love to deliver the news because it's about me coming out to lipscomb university to join you in the undergrad graduate and masters program at lipscomb university. And I'm totally excited. That's right. The Bancroft brother is going to be together again and I mean since birth, it's been a long time that we've been insane state even much less working in the same place. That was a brief time at Disney. We were usually separated by about 5000 miles. Now we're in the same state. We are working at the same place. Lipscombe university, antoni, we have an MFA program Anna and a bachelors of arts program for animation. Tony, you're going to be the director for the program director of it. What do you want to bring to this? I'm so excited about it because, you know, I've taught already at the university level in California for several years, you started this program did a great job in designing where it's at where it's going. And one of the things Tom that I love about what lipscomb has and what you brought to it is that as you know, we went to school and we went to university also had learned a lot about being mentored by really quality instructors. And yes, lipstick has that too. Quality instructors that are pros in the industry like during the day and they teach in the evenings or whenever they can. But you're learning from professionals in the industry. We had that too. But what we didn't have was the business element of how you learn about the business of animation. Our schools and many schools just teach you a trade, right? You get into animation and you're an in between or you're this or that. This is going to go deeper. Lipscombe has a great MFA program in particular that's going to teach you about mentorship. Yes, you'll mentor with quality people like Tom and I and other instructors that are all top pros. You're gonna learn to be an entrepreneur. You know, about what that is to be an entrepreneur and use that element of creating shows and and creating all kinds of concepts that you want to get out there into the world and the business side. Yes, what do you charge for things? How do you do contracts? What does that all mean? You never hear about that stuff. I love that about the master's program. I'm so excited to use my experience there. I'm excited to so the differentiators there are the undergrad. We're going to get you ready to get a job. That is our goal right there then and there. And by the way, the last couple of years of your career at lipscomb in the bachelor's degree, you're probably working in the industry already. We are giving you jobs. We bring in entrepreneurial opportunities where students are getting paid to learn. That is happening and it's already been happening for the last two to three years. When you go into the MFA program, though, this is where you get the opportunity to create what is next. Come here with an idea for a TV series or a feature film or something like that. We're going to help you learn the business side of how to get investment, how to write that script. How to make that pitch and get it all the way. So through your time here, you're going to have by the time you leave, the opportunities and the ability to get it out there in a big way. Oh, and by the way, you get a degree too. Tom, I'll see you in Nashville, Tennessee. I'm gonna come over on the weekend. We're gonna have cereal together like the old days. Yeah. Of course. You're listening or I'll see you in Nashville also in August or lipstick universities programs and animation. Come join us, and now back to the program. Now challenges. And I want to reference this to the listeners. Right now, we are speaking in front of 81 different attendees that are all at blizzard. They're all blizzard artists and I'm assuming mostly artists. That's why they're listening..

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

06:49 min | 6 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"I'm just saying I'm working on this show. I mean, I could say I was working on Space Jam: A New Legacy, like Tony does every two days. And anymore, it's coming out the story, right? It wouldn't become a story. But because that game was behind and all that, they're like, oh, this means they were like renamed in between lines. Oh, this means that they're going for higher quality. They got Disney people involved in blah blah blah. Antonio Thomas working on it and this means and so they were like fine with waiting longer is what I'm saying. It's like they spawn their own stories about, oh, this is why it's being delayed. They're putting more quality into it. Oh yeah. And it was just hilarious to me because that does not exist in the TV and film world. So I don't know. Do you guys have any reaction to that about how you've seen that, that the fan base is actually hungry for that thing? They're dying to play that new game, but they're like, oh, but we're going to wait, make it perfect so that we don't have to complain. Yeah, yeah. I'll just chime in this about the cinematic viewpoint. That was one of the really cool things when I started at blizzard and all the other animators that told me, oh, wait till your first cinematic comes out. And you watch what people say about it on Reddit. And they're on YouTube, a videotaping themselves watching it and their reaction to it. Yeah. It was so cool. It was such a shot in the arm because we're making content and stories and performances about characters people play in the game and have just a real strong feeling for and they're huge fans. So it's very different than in feature animation where you don't know if it's going to be accepted or how it's going to do and it was really, really surprising and fun and the things they read in to stuff. And when we make our cinematics, we are so totally aware of that, that the fans are chomping at the bit to know more details about the story or what's going to happen next. And it's like, you know, you're working like little installments to give them just a little bit more information about the story and the lore. Are you always been like is there a little secret things that you put in the trailers for those cinematics? Are there any little hidden things in there that you pop in there for just for the fans? Sure. Yeah. Absolutely Easter eggs and stuff like that. Yeah. Throwbacks to Overwatch in Diablo. You know, one of the Tom, one of the things we were talking about earlier before you came on was I've always been a little envious of you guys in gaming because from an acting standpoint from an animator standpoint, I got to say that you guys have kind of the dream. It's kind of the dream. Because you get so much variety in the types of projects you get to animate in a span, maybe a lifetime of as an animator a working in gaming or even just in a couple video games. One can change dramatically. I know this is maybe you can help me with this, too, because I know you were talking about how you worked on. Avatar, The Last Airbender, mega mine, totally different style. But how do you adapt from one project to another? Now you're doing Diablo. And it's the little character there behind you so cute and just adorable. But what does that change like for you? And do you like the kind of the dichotomy of the complexity of making those quick changes in your career? I love writing always really lucky to be able to do that particularly in a place like because there's such a broad genre of IPs that you can get access to. It becomes tricky when we do have a game where we combine all of the IPs into one sort of gameplay mechanic that you can play. Here is a storm. And that one, you end up taking you have your archetype characters like the big heavy character that walks like a tank, all of that game seemed to have that character and when you put it into this one pool of everything, it becomes really tricky as an animated to kind of differentiate their silhouettes while being true to the original IP that they came from. But yeah, every game has a gold standard animation style guide that defines what is that super important about this in terms of animation that you can bring to this game and that's what I really lean heavily into. That the history of a character. Diablo has been around for ages for years long before I ever came. And so and like you were saying, the fans, no stuff. Like when you release clips and we'll have a prop in the background. They recognize it from like some graphic novel ten years ago that you know and I love that stuff. So blizzard, we have a historian department, which has all of that information about enemies. Yeah. I can interesting. Find out if a character's left handed. Like, that, for example, that is important. I get that. And for something that's been going on for so long. And when you have ravenous fans, 'cause let's face it, those are the people you're having to do that work for. I totally agree. Well, and it's different from film, your fans are literally playing this game over and over and over again for hours and hours and all night long and all that kind of stuff. They're really invested in it. So, you know, and they're pretending to be the let's face it. They're getting into the characters of pretending to they're playing through them. You know, I will say, too, Justin, you've got a huge amount of range, not only from changing from game styles and things like that. I'm interested to know, though, when you first start on a game and it's something totally new to you, what is the conversation like for you, Justin, is there I'm guessing there's like an animation supervisor or director that you speak with if you're not that person, which you probably are, actually. But how do you determine kind of new styles of movement or like if it is a legacy game that you're coming on to that has been around for a long time? How do you adapt and do that research into making your characters come to life? Study, basically, just like anything, I'm sure you guys do it too if you're switching between space jam and avatar or whatever you're going to do. When you come onto that show, you study. I will watch everything. I'll break it down. I'll look at their timing. Look at their space, you know, look how exaggerated the poses are. How close to realism does this have to be, there's a lot of things. And then the supervisors, you know, they keep you on track always as far.

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

07:47 min | 6 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Everybody, thank you for coming. Welcome to another bankroll brothers animation podcast live. Blizzard. We are at lizard studios. Via the interwebs. So it's not totally live. But Tom, we got to thank blizzard for hosting this. It's actually a two day event that blizzard has been hosting for their employees. So this is a very exclusive thing that we're part of. Very cool. Whether they're entertainment, of course, is by no way not known in this industry because of their Staples that they've put out, of course there's Warcraft Diablo, StarCraft and one of my favorites, Tom is Overwatch. I'm a huge fan of that one. I love the kind of anime style that it has. But if you love laughing, there's like anime. He said it was anime. I don't know. I've heard of anime. So I think it's like it. But no, those are some of their big franchise titles that Blizzard Entertainment created. And they've been around doing this. They're one of the mega giants over 30 years now and the entertainment industry of gaming. And so we're really happy to have three wonderful, wonderful talented top animators, a Blizzard Entertainment today. Well, let's hear for all of them that have come here and then we'll do a little intro about Karina kingdom. Welcome. Marianne Malcolm and we have Justin Roush. Did I say that right, Justin? Gosh. I knew I was going to get around. Okay. Rosh? Yeah. That's adjusted. For you guys know him. You've seen him. You love him because he's all over the interwebs. That's right, Justin has had an amazing career animating video games television feature films for over 25 years and yet he looks so young. If you could only see him podcast fans, his presently a director and senior cinematic animator at blizzard animation telling amazing stories through the magic of animation. Justin also co owns stunt puppet pictures not public pictures through which he directs writes and animates independent films with his wife and family. They're superstars too using stop motion and traditional animation. He is over 1 million followers. That's even more than Tom and I to combine, I think. And growing on social media where he creates content for TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube. I've heard a TikTok Tom. That's a real up and coming thing. Yeah. I should get on it, Tony. There's where the kids are. That's where the kids are in these things. So I'm going to go on and talk about Marianne Malcolm, my new friend. She attended Cal arts, just like us from 1990 to 1993. We weren't those years, but we went to college and studied character animation her first job was on The Simpsons and then the critic film Roman. I've heard of The Simpsons. She then went to Iowa where she trained in computer animation for Casper with cats are being a Spielberg film Marianne were asked, sorry, typo. Was asked to interview for a position for the newly formed DreamWorks, and she jumped at the chance since she still wanted to be a hand drawn features. Awesome, hand right on hand drawn state at DreamWorks from 1995 to 2013 working briefly on real effects firebirds. Then worked again at DreamWorks for 2015 to 2017. Something like that. So in 2017, she started lizard and her life changed. That's when she met Colin mcatee. No, I'm sorry through that. Marianne is proud. A member of the LB TQ community and is married and has one child and lives in Irvine and zoom, right? No. We're still late. LA, okay, so last but not least, is Karina kingdom, which is an awesome name, Korean kingdom, is the lead animator for Diablo four kingdom. Kingdom is sorry. When you have a last name like kingdom, it's hard to see that as a name. Kingdom is responsible for leading the team of animators to bring the world of Diablo to life through a wide variety of animations from player characters, background characters, monsters, and wildlife, you name it. Kingdom joined Blizzard Entertainment in 2012 as an animator on the StarCraft two development team working on the heart of the swarm expansion. Oh yeah, I remember that one. She then transitioned to the heroes of the storm team, and after 8 years, she then joined the Diablo four team, where she is now. Before joining blizzard, though, kingdom worked on a handful of other games, including Nickelodeon's Avatar The Last Airbender. I know these DreamWorks mega mine and marvel's The Avengers, some small titles, I guess. She started out with a desire to be a 2D film animator. Haven't we all? And switch to 3D for games while studying in college. In her spare time kingdom, enjoy sculpting, drawing, puppet building, and all things miniature. Welcome to all of our participants here, guys. Oh, great. You wouldn't like us. Karina, we're not miniature at all. So okay, I'm going to jump into this right away and say thank you everybody that's also watching us. You are all blizzard people. I would assume you know some of these people. Over here. First sure, also going to learn a lot about them. Even if you do know them and work with them, I have a feeling you haven't asked them questions about their lives in a while. And you know all those questions we prepped Tom that we prepped for this thing. Out the door. It's gonna go deep. We're gonna go in and we're gonna get emotional. It's gonna last them the private secret things that they don't even share with their family. I could start with, I wanna start with one. I have a pet peeve with everybody here and everybody, and I'm just gonna attack right now. So you videogram people. You've taken over the word animation and made it animations. Can we get into this? A little bit and did anybody get why you're in school? Okay, this is I'm going to direct it to Mary Ann. She went to Cal arts, where you were at school, they called it animation, right? And it was like sheep. It's already plural, right? When did somebody take that word, you video game people and make an animation? I have no idea. I still call it animation. Yeah. It's kind of like the difference in Britain. They say maths. It drives me crazy. For Matt. Yeah. Yeah, so like if you're gonna make a bunch of animation like, oh, I got a ton of work to get done today. I have to do two scenes. Okay. I have to do a bunch do you say a bunch of animation or a lot of animation? That's how you pluralize it. Yeah, for me. But maybe this is a question for Karina. If she is actually working a video game, would you look at her funny and she said that? Tell me. No, well, yeah, she said, animation, like this, for me, it's animations. Like how many animations does a character mean as opposed to a shot? Dagger's at you right now. Oh, that was probing Tom. Thank you for that first question. Yeah. I do want to ask too about you guys because Justin and Marianne, you guys are mostly involved with cinematic cinematic animation. And so you get a dig deeper into performance and things like that. Karina, I'm assuming that you do a little bit more of the video game, video or play animation, right? So talk to us a little bit about the differences for those that may not know listening to the podcast that may not know the differences in style or technique. And what are those things? Anyone jump in? Brian, I think you should jump in..

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Hey everybody, and welcome back to the Bancroft brothers, animation podcast. Oh, yeah. Oh my gosh, Tony, I was just thinking of something. What? What were you? Tom, we just started. There's like a million things going on up here. All up here I'm pointing to my bald head. Yeah. Doesn't look like anything's going on up with that bald head up but there. So here's what happened to me just this week. My little cute pug Macy she just, she chewed up one of my art of books. It was the art of Hercules. Oh, I saw that on insta and here's the thing. I got this back in the 90s, Tony. It didn't have the wrap around cover that it originally had, so there was but other than that, it was in great shape. She chewed up the corner of it, 'cause my bookshelf was really low. Broke my heart because then I opened it up. And I hadn't seen this book in years. I forgot. I opened it up. It had drawings inside of it by Andreas deja of an original Hercules. It had Eric Goldberg within original Phil. Did Hades in there. And it was signed by Alice Dewey too. Oh my gosh. When I saw that, the level of, well, we'll say anger just doubled. So if it was your kid, you'd punish them. What did you do to the dog? That's what I wanted. I did. I made a TikTok and it's adorable. And yes, I am scolding. That's the punishment. I told her to say sorry. Anyway. It made me think of Stewart and G bucks. Because I immediately went, well, what is this thing worth? That was one thing. And how much did I just lose? But it also made me go, you know what? I kind of would like to get an art of Hercules. I wonder if Stewart ing has one. So Stewart inchi book dot com is the place to get hard to find out of print books much like this art of Hercules. I know that they've got the new issues of the original art of Mulan that have come out real recently. It's just exciting time because also, like I said about mine being signed now not seeing drawing, so I had drawings, but they do have many additions, including a lot of the art of Disney kind of books that are hand signed by the artist and supervising animators and directors of those movies. I know one of them, animal crackers is one that you co directed with Scott Saba. You guys boast signed that edition. That was a Netflix film. So the go to Stuart inject dot com Stuart ing and get the best art of books and by the way, everybody. Put them up kinda high, so your dogs don't get to them. Know what your dogs won't get into Tom. Let's hope not. I don't know. Is your back pocket wallet? That's right. If you have a sketch wallet and you go there to sketch while it dot com, there you can buy and purchase one of the artist's best Friends. No, not your dog. That's for darn sure, Tom. With the artist's best friend in this case, is a sketch wallet. That's exactly what it sounds like to. It's a wallet, a bi fault that has a sketch pad right in it with this Ingram type paper that we used to love remember we used to flip paper Tom and animation. A lot of paper in there really juicy quality paper. You get a two B pencil kind of golf pencil size. Fits into the wallet. It's designed by Ralph our good buddy Ralph and Ralph did such a great job with it. He said, I'm going to sell this to all my Friends and it's become a huge huge hit. If you're an animator, if you're an artist, if you're somebody that's in story that wants to jot down.

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"Third time about. They said they recommend children. Tv devices out of the bedroom during bedtime may like rephrase it. Jesus christ i get it. They recommend families come up with a family use plan so like kind of talking about it like i'd rather die And they finally they say the family plan should include consistent guidelines and limits for each family member and family should consider having a designated time of the day in areas of the house that are screened for eight which actually is kind of charming and q. Almost like no-fly-zones like yes. I don't know. I just like it would be kind of nice if like a house. Big enough like me like all when we're all in here together like leave your screens at the door or something like a mike hate me. I mean like there's no screening cameras bedroom and there's it in our room but like we literally watch any more babies in the closet right. Well einstein my kids to the room to do their tablets. Because i do that with our selling the way they're like playing these games or like ciampa. Donald trump dj music or something. Like we go up there. Because i mean when they're thinking and it's it's definitely like cameron was on the ipad today at like five. Yeah like i was making dinner and he was only had. Yeah i mean when they were doing it where they're just like playing games or whatever i don't care but when they're doing the video chat need to go away so i wanted to look up something about screen time during kobe because obviously are a year and a half into it so there is like a little bit of space between it and like is research out there. No but there is I did find some information from dr eric lease and he is a physician in the department of child and adolescent psychiatry at the children's hospital to philadelphia ebb and he gives them advice regarding screen times during this difficult time. He says i'm quote metal screen. Time is created equal for many children. Screens are their window. Into today's socially distance world a place to talk with friends and family and to collaborate on projects to pursue personal interests and hobbies. He goes on into article. This say. Just do your best to get quality content while trying to avoid passage screen time Like try to encourage like video chatting game or things where you can like you know be more interactive as opposed to just like slug. I'm on the slug train me under my weighted blanket. Watch like the now. There's more stuff to do obviously camden stuff. But like i feel like i literally. We're not leaving the house. I was like whatever happens. Yeah smiling and happy and not like all of a sudden sheriff's So this kind of ties into where. I wanted to end on this. Because i'm sure that everybody like you. Amir feeling like kelly shit a little bit about a lot of that but there is so many positives of screens and i was thinking about your relationship collins relationship with his grandparents. I mean release time. I mean my even like right now. Like cameron video parents everyday. Well yeah cameron especially for cameron to. I don't mean to say yes. No but they stab your hunger and so being able to keep that up through screens and he was able to see. My parents will more when he was really little. We haven't been able to my parents at much. Obviously in fan any ladies like we love ship with your parents. Yes seeing them when we were all together in my hannah and loves them. Yeah he has a great relationship and that is a lot of it to video chatting..

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"I remember that one in the theater. I don't know what i saw that last. That was like when i was like i was eleven then progressing out of that. Yeah this is like. I remember watching. I went and saw jurassic park seven times in theater so this i was a little more later. Yeah i saw with two years now. Literally doesn't mean anything allies. Will i remember. My mom was in therapy like some sort of relationship therapy and so her therapy group took a trip to see toy story one and so it was me my mom like all these adults in therapy rather like normal dowry. This is my therapy friend. Listen going through therapy. No i know is so funny. Memory of toy story related my mom and offer therapy from of at this point disney did not own pixar Seeing an opportunity disney entered tenure distribution partnership with pixar animation studios And later in two thousand six disney purchased pixar animation studios for seven billion dollars united So over the last thirty ish years disney has become even more dominant entertainment across the board and now owns and operates. Abc at espn pixar marvel studios and lucasfilm. Along with all the park store's merchandising broadway shows etc like now been disney is not fucking around the straight monopoly. Yes kid shit. They're and they're very like strict about like. I remember when i be in theater. They would always like if you work. Crew member on those shows Whole strikes ominous lord. Computer where if you were in the crew you're supposed to have the d. disney clean image like there is if you work for disney your sister present to the world at all times of certain way. So you're not supposed to have like we were at that time. I was visible tattoos. They don't like facial hair than we are here. And all those old stage you can literally go get and there was censorship merola deals but it was like literally they were like abbie. We will do whatever we want ray. Aren't they ended up winning. Most of like no are union also is strong. Tgi young union. Wow i believe that though. I'm always so curious on the back end of disney. Like i know like motherfuckers back. But i feel like to get your i mean. You cannot get a capitalist society without being motherfucker. I know i'm just curious. I'm sure there's like. I want my the e eating hollywood story. I also feel like part of business if you work for beyond. Say she's like. I will pay you well but if you breathe a fucking load of this your anyone why the you ever heard. Was that one video of somebody else captured guidance. I know the elevator video award about her personal life. No there's you don't hear shit. What's going on dizzying back. And i know. It's i'm so curious i'm like i wanna be a next to the elevator. So that's our degree hilarious. I had no idea where you're going to go with this to sing now. I definitely liked people. A bunch of stuff was like reading. Now it's not really like what we're talking about life. I was already didn't toys. It just like i sort of like had to sort of right. Yeah gal winter stuff..

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"A child the little mermaid memories. I five five right. yes that asterix out. I remember watching the movie theater last happiness. I mean 'cause 'cause i was five you were to about nine hundred eighty nine so you're three. Yeah i'm sorry. But i remember like sitting by the tv. I had like a little What was that little toy where it was like a recorder. It was like a little talk boy basically but it was like a little machine but tape in it. Yeah and you can record yourself arm. And i remember sitting by the tv and heavy breathing. I would say that. I would like to listen to the What we do now at getting back to ourselves like the gateway but yeah no. I was a kid loved it. Oh my god. I mean how am i react..

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"Only aired for one year audience nightmare staff. You should be concerned about your job or watching. Yeah this is what the research it was. Yeah it was okay. This causes your children to do drugs. I am gonna probably have nightmares while these recovered memories. You trust in a bad costumes right. Let's let's it's good start yet. Let's actually start the show. Okay well soon as second. Yeah okay so get right into it. Unfortunately there's not. It's not a very long history. We gotta start more modern age. I'm sure nobody gave two shifts about what kids were doing manner. We definitely talked about before how children previously even laymen which was like sixteen seventeen century. It listened modern western cultures. They really give a shit about kids and view them as anything other than like pre adults basically like getting gabby adults games and school and like toys and stuff like that but there wasn't like entertainment directed to so there's an evolution of it and that's what we're gonna talk about. I mean at that time. Children were like working and helping the omen raising their other siblings so fun joy so decided to break this up into a couple of sections talk about different entertainments throughout time back so obviously really. The first thing is history of live entertainment for children. Oh that's really like where you're going to start in. This also tickled my theater history brandon in the rain in a lot anyways throughout time. There've been a local fairs festivals markets. Places like that kind of stuff religious festivals and had live entertainment and that but that would be directed toward like anyone who basically there was not four children. I mean children's all things they really shouldn't have seen on as entertainments were fuelled by drink and included violent things like bull baiting which is a blood sport involving pitting a bowl against another animal. Usually a dog gets worse and something called cock froing Which was a rooster tied to a post and people took turns during waited sticks at it until the bird died. Oh i mean..

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"Only because i listened back to one of our old episodes. We literally forgotten Each other for five minutes. I was like guys you have to do better. It is the main thing though. Well is it. It is not but it just seems like we should say the beginning. We should add right. We did a good job and mar. Yeah we're going to do our episode. Now we're doing so devout a childhood entertainment. So i think Eventually you have to say. I feel like i'm going to feel really bad about myself after for sure. Yeah okay cool as all my guaranteed decisions that wanna go ahead and feel shoot. Yeah i mean. I'm not proud of what i'm going to say. Wriggled is no. This is not my intent. I disagree with all this but it is what the research says. This is the one who to go ahead and keep us over there in backs land here. Incites time yeah yeah. We're gonna talk about childhood entertainment. I don't know what my experience. What was your experience with this. Your kids like just. Did you ever really care Not so much camera also has always now not as much but when he was little he would always play while watching. Tv so that always made me feel like whatever's happening is happening also. When he was little. I was fairly active doing things. Yeah right like. I'm gonna fucking shit all because we're gonna go. I know it's like hard was all running into some of pandemic stuff. Yeah i mean it's gotta have some you can't end like colin is now alone all day with e. where he's had a playmate and he's like a ma'am so it's like to get anything done. Yeah yeah so. Yeah i mean i don't feel like amazing about it but i also like murder myself in a bad parent. Yeah i mean you have to just pick your battles. And i think that it's one that we all have agreed to just turn the other times. I'm sitting on the couch. Cheap to cheat sixty he's watching. tv at. I'm playing on my own personal offering. Rayo we're getting glick bonday. Yeah well no that's good. I said that that actually will come back around later. My your parents. yeah well. let's pop into our donation station. Pay nation stations are today Our donation is the sesame workshop. Yeah their mission. Statement is helping kids everywhere grows smarter stronger and kinder cintas maggie practice. You have like a list. And i see that combination of words my brain note. We're not gonna this is cute. Yes says me doesn't know says me. I mean i was about this me i let s me l. but i think about tv. I watched as a kid. The only thing. I can really remember. Is sesame street and you believe zoo. Did you buy zubaydah's. I was watching good television rainbow breath. Do god with the zoo zoo. I don't know for me. I never watched rainbow it like art to your age difference. Is that like a zoo belize. Zoo television series. Let's say my mom might have not given me should me watch it. I remember how creepy it was. It was worst. You fuck are you even talking about right. How the.

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05:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Phil donahue oprah. That was as far as it went geraldo. And if you want a crazy side then you were like morton downey junior. You know what i'm saying but that was more downey junior didn't come onto like eleven o'clock show is. That's if everybody has seen the clip of al sharpton getting punched in the face by Oh what's that brother's name roy. Roy roy innis. I never seen that. It's that's from the morton downey junior show. That showed didn't come onto like ten o'clock at night. So back in the day the salacious Garbage media that came on at nighttime wasn't even allowed to watch that shit. You know what i'm saying to whereas today it's on at one o'clock right back in the day installations as it got was like watching the people's court that was that was raggedy is a guy to really turn during that really remember that big wave of talk shows. Yeah mauri jerry springer lake and junior jenny jones and a few others came some went. I remember yeah. I remember being in high school. They bring it in a tv in the lunchroom and people were watching jerry springer. We just went out in high school. We used to play jerry springer in class. Even joking we do. We do know fucking work. People just put 'em characters jerry springer and we play in the qc weren't participating which were audience were laughing and that was the that was the that was there at that was entertainment in like gossipy their way into quote unquote hip hop culture. The difference between then and now too because the internet. It's mixed together like you knew you. Were watching ricky lake or jimmy. John's epistles. It wasn't like watching oprah where you might get actually information or is literally just would have pretty decent story on her show like it'll be some it was always some serious even if it was fun stuff. It wasn't it was very white house by friendly. Yes absolutely affluent middle-class housewife. But i think now because people don't understand what they're looking at and it's all bleed together like i'll give you a perfect example. Look at the news. Even newspapers people that papers that we've respected new york times. La times chicago tribune. All they do the weird gossipy headlines beatty tweaks right no they ridiculous headlines and when you click it bullshit right. So that's become such a mixed. It's become so blends together. People don't know what's real and what's not you get what i'm saying like i don't don't know these people like celebrities. They think because we interact with them on social media and we have more interaction with them than we ever have before with lever. Yeah don't get me wrong. Celebrity fanfare has been around literally forever like always existed but with the internet. You now you think you have more access to them. The thing is what you think you have access to is literally curated. They care rate. Was that moneybags. Yo gave his girlfriend a bentley or some shit for her curated curated. You know last night. We don't even know if you paid for that. That a bit we gave it to him. He could be had for all. We know that's what i was gonna say. Because i don't think a lot of people understand is but a lot of car companies do that a lot of dealerships..

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04:06 min | 1 year ago

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"I don't know how many tv shows now. i've just seen another one. He at hell's kitchen and twenty four hour to hell and back and that's where you he got. All his brand is just yelling at custom people out. It's like what i was saying about kevin samuels. He's an entertainer. He ain't no guru. He ain't no dayton advice and not just my pickle him derrick jackson. Same thing. you're all those are all entertainers. These are not people who are trying to help you. Nobody's listening to be simone about anything like but i don't even know honestly i never even heard her to the people who talk about her so she was but she apparently has a big following and she's entertaining rothbart a singer videos. She's just yelling all the time. Okay fine that's her rain people like but no that she. Her job is not to help you. Her job as the entertain you. Kevin samuels job is not to help you. His job was entertained. You right right All these people. And now i'm not just picking those people all of them. These people are not here to help you. Give you information here. To tell you the truth. I hear you know. Support you. they're here to entertain you in the question is are you entertained and can you leave it at that utah. Can we start making these people. Your heroes beyond say cabinet. Samuels mon mambi before. Okay be whatever this whatever name you know. All these are entertainers. These are not gods. These are not your heroes. They don't give a fuck about you. They don't know you get low. They are not about to be entertaining you anymore. They're going to get back doing something else. They're gonna jump onto another way anything that are getting paid what they do. And i'm say even saying stuff that you ain't gonna like and this is the thing they're doing their job. Are you doing yours. That's really what it is. Their job is entertained. That's what they decide to do with their lives. That's what they're doing. I might not like what they do everything that they say. I'm out even approve of the at they push doesn't fucking matter. They do a job. Are you doing yours to a mind kidney. Do with his. are you doing yours. So people on the internet praising and celeb- celebrated people and looking at because people like their heroes like their their gods. And you're not able to look at what they do as entertainment and you start to believe like make believe world that doesn't actually exist. You know it's funny. You know it's funny. I don't mean to cut you off but funded funny that how you know how whenever something is happening. And whether it's covert or whatever he was. Make these conspiracies. You know what i'm saying. Don't think people really understand that it doesn't need to be a conspiracy. You create the conspiracy for yourself. That's so true. You believe because you believe all this other shit anyway. You believe all this other stuff is real. You believe everything. Be small says israel you believe jay z and beyonce as relationship is supposed to be like your will. Your relationship is going to be like. There's you believe that. You're gonna be sierra and russell wilson you believe that you could beat lebron james and basketball because you don't like him all these different kinds of things but then these other things..

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03:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Do that if they have a guy. Nba player someone coming through. Hey look we'll give you this car if you do this for us. You know what. I'm saying so moneybag. Yo where's moneybag. Go from memphis memphis somewhere. So i'm guessing somewhere down there. They gave him the car like a lot of these entertainers. They have access to things without having to have money because they have so much. Influence right towards back in the day wasn't like that because one there was no internet. You know what i'm saying to you didn't hear about it unless you saw commercial you'd be sitting at home. Hi i'm glad you be. Nobody did that. And we knew. Not to believe the tablet when went to the grocery store. And you get. I'll pay for your stuff. That's the sun was. What was the other. Why require like all of those. And they were so out with like the enquirer. The front the front of it is bat. Boy is found in a cage and under that is bill clinton was abducted by aliens like they would just tell you straight up this bullshit but it was entertaining right so you knew entertainment but i think with celebrities used to do before like they will use people magazine so this is what this was always been the case so i watched like you guys know. I watch documentaries about old shit and what was very common that people will do. Is the celebrity dating thing people or you guys think are dating have never dated. They were literally put together for publicity. Some of them eventually started dating because they put together for blue publicity. Initially right so what they would do. They would like to be seen in the paparazzi contact picture and it'd be and people all albie orchestrated exactly now. If so orchestrated that people think people are really doing things in real time. They think this is a real thing is all literally continuous ways to market to you. You are looking even jay z. Jc is also marketer. He's he's a brand is a brand. I like both of those people. I mean i look at the for what they are. They're entertainers and their brands. They know what they're doing. They're not even this how good they are. they've been marketed. A struggle in their relationship they marketed that honestly the most brilliant thing i've seen artists do business to separate artists. That are married coming together. It'll do separate projects and then coming together for a product together to talk about the problem with it the problem because this is the thing. I don't have a problem with artists doing this stuff. 'cause i know better the problem is with it. Is you have these people who are fanatics of these paints that they live vicariously people. We don't you know what this isn't new. This isn't new because you remember you. Old enough to remember. Michael jackson madonna all these different people now. It was never in the hip hop culture. It was never hip hop culture. Because it wasn't that wasn't if it was almost like in order to be involved in hip hop culture not biting not sweating. Somebody was important like you can't sweat someone bite of music. Don't sweat them. I mean it was a lot of represents songs Talking about how they can stay in groupies. You know what i'm saying. Ice cube had a song talking about easy says something about groupies l. Says something about groupies. So it wasn't cool to be a groupie especially a male groupie right now. Women that's different but it was not cool to be a male groupie whereas nowadays you've got these groupies out here. Male groupies specifically that are just going overboard with their love for either a basketball player or in artists..

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on Some Would Play

Some Would Play

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Some Would Play

"My begging mac. I need somebody else are taken now. No i'll see sergey. I tried to get you out of it before we started. You had your you you you had your out and you ll office one out for. We started remember that. I remember it by drinking. Probably how we probably. The suburban is so good so good were literally just chilling until the highest right. You guys have just got done talking to mortell. No that was episode. Twenty seven twenty eight. Because i listen to twenty law editing. We just talked to martel then. Oh that was the bad ass at the and she was like. I'm gonna fuck him so that's right. I've got that we had lunch with areas. Haiti shows up. Good times are just kind of hanging out right now. Jelly roll for fucking phosphorus elect ari bang bang bang. I got my arrow. Looks gets her plate mail. That's where i ended on my notes. That sounds about right then so she must. We must have finished lunch and hanging out and then went to the whatever for her. You went. I don't know i don't remember something happened. You have plate mail or the rest of you if we do not make it god damn heist tonight. We are making a high of done. We got two episodes. Have to kill off nate. I'm going to bed. We are making it to the highest. It'll be like so. What time is it about when we do when we finished with the plate mail and we got some hours to kill. Let's go drink in fast forward to let's go. Let's go fight some monkey stat. I try to be like. Let's go back to the manor and like take a really long nap there. Monkeys in this world cup fifa monkeys assume that for a couple of hours taking terenzi monkey see monkey. Do probably wouldn't be much taller than you though. Maybe it's it. Just be monkey. But i could climb trees jelly size. Monkey climb trees now and your normal self because we're level twelve bad asses. I can fly. So i don't have to climb a tree. He and i am. I am a deified verity. Hoped ha ha. I don't know what the fuck i'm gonna do that. I think we're going to get murdered. I've got we're gonna get mark. I've got some crazy ideas at my sleeve. I i hope so. We're probably gonna go with the old tried and true q before certain elements. Don't forget you can find this time so you can stay out of harm's way and not lose your concentration and also the the concentration thing you can roll to keep your concentration right so you know. Maybe i don't cuba forest. But i go in and fight with the earth. Elemental you know it's fine. I can't idea while shaving his break my concentration. So i could summon an earth elemental turn into earth elements all and you could summit earth elemental get for europe. Solvent was just going to. I love it. You probably don't open with. I mean she's crazy. I got already know. I can't i can't imagine speed go in for a punch and i'm gonna do shit gotta hitter what the anti with the fire and then fire potion thing and then then hit with the breath weapon repin rapid ambrosia repin again whipping out that fire with charge me up baby we get elect out. Get our whip. Lauren earth film until this pounding pounding pounding. The town neapolis. You think of white incredible hulk when earth mental many spells. You have to prepare lux. Isn't that noise it's your mom. Oh it's you're making mac and cheese in the other room with someone who's not your stepdad. Yet if the mac and cheese thing didn't do it then the rest of us. I make any sense of the sound. The sound Deborah young so horrified tweet. These things constantly twitter. This is the only matter. I know the matha world knows. I have a different like say these things but he says like an isolation like back to back and as as much as he goes on here. You know it's entertainment baby. She goes by any babies today would have to buy them. Babies at the lodge centennial celebration. That's what we do. We hand out the free babies because as the adrenal chrome. Or what the fuck ever the league's do and then we live forever the end. Yeah clearly what are the words that came out of your face. You swear to god somebody would hear that and like fucking bring me up on charges like fucking shut the fuck up. There's no way anybody's serious. Is that how you get a free baby now. We don't eat babies chases. Maybe but it is fun to joke about. Because that's what they think we do and politicians. They think they who thinks you eat. Babies were way. She'd fabi's freemasons that they think freemasons i see and then you tell them no we. Don't we just poorly do pancake breakfasts. And then they're like. Oh you got to be a higher level okay. Oh you're not a real master mason have made it to the thirty third degree heavy now. I know a bunch of people who have it's really not. It's tell people all the time like they brought a certain number of members and or whatever their sightseers honorary title down mean anything. I've known a few grandmasters. They don't have any extra information they don't have the constitution to handle that. I have decided that. I i am going to go to go attain my thirty second degree. I have decided that i'm not a scottish. Right member meet on wednesdays. It's not to see all thirty two. We watch as opposed to scottish right anyway. But i still want to those degrees. I bang up in new york right baby grandfather. My grandfather radish right. I wouldn't join the york right. Because i couldn't join the commanderie because of my religious leanings. Get and Incriminate a group. Listening always watching was loved of love thinking before i speak fun sometimes which means i definitely do it all the time and still the things that come out of my mouth are after. I've thought about them natural s. Don't talk much. Because all i ever do is think about what i'm going to say before. I say it got to think about a quicker. I'm not quick. See beyond your quick remember. What areas told you fucking no hesitation no hesitation strike with certainty quite any weakness like remind you and our and our deborah's diary will say i read it down. Lincoln obligation matters. It does matter us. An obligation does matter. It all matters all three the of taken all matter. So yeah. yeah. But i mean talking about the game or mason raisins group that i can't find ready it's looking at..

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on Scene N Nerd

Scene N Nerd

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Scene N Nerd

"Brian really wants to help. But angelique is the person that won't will accept that help and and the other piece to it is as well as given how Brian was so like burn. It all down with the with the with the crows so to mary and luke and she had the conversation on the rooftop with with riot with with the sophie as well Now actually partnering with them to to try to help angelique so It i think to your point it is maybe setting the stage for them to Have a romantic relationship. But i think a lot of things have to happen for that to happen to transpire One of those. So sophie haven't really come to terms with the organization that the cruise is well organization that the coro is an an grief over. Kate may think that. I think that's what the season is building up to. And that next season will be the season romance. Just saying they are young. They have great chemistry screen together to so that i would argue. They have better chemistry than her in them together. Rioting or sophian k. together. I never was of like this is way to force But i hope they take that lesson and don't force this just allow it which they are doing a good job right now right now. They're doing a pretty good job. Because like you said there's a lot of other stuff going on To prevent that being the focus. But i think that is it for us on that woman Because we got a very big episode go on division to cover him by episode. I mean previously on so basically talking about mc you history really. This episode is what i need it. I've needed for the past two weeks from wanda vision. Because the the the again breaking these episodes crafted in such a way that pays pays demolish to class sake. Tv episodes so do have this. Kind of flashback Version or or like this take on almost it's a wonderful life Or or avenir scrooge..

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"k. entertainment" Discussed on Love.Me

Love.Me

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on Love.Me

"Benjamins where they at talking notch. Annette cut sanyo christian anyways right there. There's more stuff you know lettuce it assign your head like a million women in philly penn. My belt incarceration of women. Yes and she was out here. Spitting the second verses dedicated to the men more concerned with his rims and his tim's than his women. Okay back you know. Keep you have to part with jani of a message. So she had to come in and just lay it on. Reinforce so we do and then it hit like the miseducation of lorne hill sold so many albums when she won. Hella grammys for that yes. She won five grammys. Y'all five grammies off of the album live. That album was impactful on such a cultural worldwide level in that year i think those nine hundred ninety nine house literally tail end of the nineties us awakening and realizing what was what was really good. Yeah what what. What are we doing out here. How removing heck. Yeah right and equipped Shoots the siemens not acting like boys and be men like whoa. If y'all remember like the the interludes and all the clips and intros of things that were in that that album i can listen to the album from start to finish nonstop to this day is a few hours. I could do that. And she's talking to the kids about love and all of these other aspects not destroy away from the song that album. That's a change that changed music for. I remember washing episode of cribs on mtv with mary. Kate and ashley also and they pulled up. This is the miseducation lauren. hill on. Listen to this every day so now you know that. That's what i was going to add to isn't like on so many levels right for you said you. Mention culture hitchhike culture global culture now called trans she transcended into new arenas we're seeing her with the dominant culture that his phenomenal greatness. And the fujii's were ready to which we'll talk about more this homes later but we had to get props for the writers on that album musicians on that album. Everybody like i. I'm not even gonna touch all the songs but do what do was the introduction that we needed was the bomb that need be dropped at that particular moment. Does the right time the right place. The who stars were aligned. Sun was shining the breeze blowing sign on the beach. I don't know and she just says how you gonna win when you ain't right within like that is a constant thing that goes towards self awareness emotional intelligence emotional availability all these things. We're going to talk about later. Episodes of the lovely podcast. But it's just like it's hard to to win. It's hard to get to where you want to be if you're not inside because when you feel that level resistance it's hard to be uncomfortable and that level uncomfortably and i can say that myself because it's something i deal with every day but it's a constant battle and you can't stop or else she won't make any progress in this is what i i feel like. It's important for us. Pause pause hit that button and really take time to just be since still learn how to quiet your inner g not necessarily energy scratched out your inner roommate. Get to your energy which is more kusama collecting in your religious here. It's just crazy. I'm just looking at the lyrics is like the skin. They're basically just talking about. Do you think you're too young to really love somebody. They're they're talking about like you're too young to be in love the sicilian saturated wherever you got nice jeans. Tim's or whatever all the fancy and they're just talking about all got these material things. What about your spirit. But nobody realized that nobody really teaches us. Sometimes unless you have someone in your life in your family that's able to teach these lessons but a lot of us don't learn that and then the way we learn about love and emotions is through music. One way it's one that's one way. But music books with entertain most calming zet. Entertain us right and music at that time. Obviously she won. Five grammys like that spoke to all of us on such a deep universal cellular life spiritual like It was amazing. Awaking like you said and so when we realize these things is like where is this music at now. There is music that does exist there artists. So you got division and other artists of that nature. I can't think of it. Snow allegra might gonna go through a whole list of artists but artists. Do you guys listen to that. That show you how to love your show. You will love about a feel-good armenians at that's not. just listen. Sounds good. What feels good. What shows you what tells a story. You know what. I mean on that deeper. Level shameless plug. I mentioned this last time. I was here. I'm also a therapist. So you know in the times of covert i think so. I think that that has been a catalyst for many of us to really pay attention to hell are beings. Will you know figure out what's going on with us and so hit me up at the career advocated brain underscore. If you're interested in services who could talk more talk more offline put the company on their prices confidentiality all that all that and also on future episodes of the love me. Pipe cast with the official logging. Podcast you too gentle an the love me podcasts. Which streaming on all major platforms. We will have other members of the mental health arena. We will have life coaches along with many other surprise guests. That are to come. So i'm looking forward to surprising you guys showing you all the possibilities that we have within ourselves and to love ourselves and that type of awareness that that we can bring to tie into wet dom racing one of the most selfish acts of self. Love is to go to therapy. You know it's like why would you not want to go talk to somebody not just therapy but finding out learning about yourself and the n. you're blind spots and things that you can improve on and things that you're already doing good so why wouldn't you want the cheat codes for that. You know to help you and to help you be less stress and to actually implement them on a daily basis. Because it's hard. And like. I said i understand but it's like why wouldn't you want that. You know it's the easiest form. Yeah and a quote. The comes up for me. That i often tell myself. That is audrey. Lord she says that Self care is not selfish. it's actually roams nouri act so for me to do everything you just said you know an offer it to. Your audience is meditate on matt meditate. The you know self care is not selfish. No we need to replenish our whole being our whole cell so that we can be great for the world who serve. And so yeah. It is active revolution in our in our mother. My ancestor alex car. Spirit and andrea moored all these songs that we mentioned like all alas of music matches these songs their revolutionary in and of themselves. And why.

"k. entertainment" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Entertainment the.

"k. entertainment" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"k. entertainment" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Entertainment.