18 Burst results for "Leslie Man"

Judd Apatow says tiffs with wife Leslie Mann make for a 'healthy' marriage

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Judd Apatow says tiffs with wife Leslie Mann make for a 'healthy' marriage

"Comedy director Judd Apatow doesn't care that a fight with his wife made headlines he leads today's birthday round up after being asked on the view about reports of an argument with his wife Leslie Mann and in LA restaurants what do you find about well everything I mean you know what I did was really if I was going to more of a a ten feet we engage and I think that's why our relationship is helping me get a call and what do you say we so you guys that you were like debating something in a restaurant is like really have you been married do you know what to do Jennifer tells fifty

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"leslie mann" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"I wouldn't say muse, but she's very very very very frequently in movies by Mike Lee is a British director, and he was made the secrets and lies. He made. She's also she's an average is really good. You said topsy turvy, which I have not seen. I'll have good. She's in another year, which is my favorite of the Mike Lee movies that I've seen and she's the most iconic pardon other in another year because she is the ending of another. She's the main reason other years as good as it is. Because it ends with this like insane long close up of her like realizing like oh my God. Like while my life as miserable. Life is terrible. All my God. That sounds like I'm seeing that it's in credible. So you said that they're very very different. Now that I'm looking at all these people she was married to Gary Oldman for three years, and she was like goodbye. She was married to Gary Oldman, nineteen eighty seven to nineteen acts honestly a fucking nightmare. The last thing I'm gonna say about Lesley Manville is. That you said, okay, they're very very different, Leslie Mann and Lesley Manville. However, look at them side by side and tell me that movie or maybe a play in which they play sisters with like different like one different parent, the different dads and one was raised older or they have the same dad that would help explain it different is like is this land one of them was raised in the UK. And one of them was raised in California. David that Lindsay Lohan movie knowing they meet late in life is the parent trap because they're not twins. It stuff is like. Enrich. And then Lesley Manville like younger and American and they find out that they're sisters, but they're already like in the middle of middle age. Yeah. Yes. And then something happens. Sharon, a bunch of stuff happens that narrating, and then a bunch of stuff happens. You should write this. Okay. If you can call it untitled, Leslie Mann Lesley Manville feel drama, and then Prentice drama d I love the idea that you would pitches me like only if Leslie Mann Lesley Manville played the leads otherwise this is never getting made. Fair. I mean, pick to other people who could do that my name both their kids, Leslie other names would not be let that into. That's just. All of it. It's funny if they both name them, Leslie, the different spellings of Leslie these two they can both be named Leslie, okay next. Call. Okay. So who is late though. I I mean, I know that that that that's an actor. I think I keep seeing like think of promo for show with decks shepherd who also might not most like other people..

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"leslie mann" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on KCRW

"Near the beginning of the. New comedy blockers, three, parents played by Leslie Mann? Barunholtz and John CENA send their three daughters off to. Senior prom one of the, girls just happens to have left her laptop open revealing a text conversation. Among the, best, friends yeah. Great what are, they saying about an a plant Handshake agreement yeah they got an agreements make eggplant parmesan now, a teenager emoji language what's you know what that's true Julie told me that the emojis have. They all have secret meetings like trees. Are we'd and snowflakes are cocaine, and that thing is. Yes Queen off what the hell's, I never heard of you ask claim grandpa after. A few more rounds of emoji decoding the panicked parents realize their girls have made a, pact to lose their virginity on prom night they set out to foil that plan. Blockers plays like a raunchy comedy but. It's surprisingly. Thoughtful the young women are no dummies and two, of them are confident about their sexuality while. The third friend is still figuring that part out the parents on. The other hand get into all sorts, of trouble in their rush to shut down their daughters plan. Blockers is directed by our guest today K Kannan she's got, many, comedy writing credits to her name including thirty. Rock. And. The pitch perfect movies blockers is her directorial Debut. So before thirty rock As an improviser, performer? I did second city right and. Returning ground for so, many and I, did boom Chicago of Amsterdam which Jordan Peele and. Barunholtz and Seth Meyers did so when you did that and does? That, lead to thirty rock. Yeah because I met Tina at the time I was dating Jason sneakers and he and I were, both doing improv in Chicago and we were doing the second. City and we became friends and so I started to write for myself because I was auditioning for things and not getting as actor and. I tested for Saturday Night Live didn't obviously did. Not get it the, pain that's a. Hard one right it, is I know looking back I wish I would have been more prepared like a second city is very different. Than the groundlings second city it's an ensemble feel you don't have like characters. And impressions at the ready so I, remember I did Laura Bush and I remember holding Laura Bushwick as I was waiting to go on. And I did Shakira But it was the year that they got hired You're going to lose out And I was just sharing like. Kind of off the. Cuff I had no agenda I would just share the stuff. I was writing with Tina I really honestly did not think like Tina Fey, going to have a show and then she's gonna eventually, hire me onto the show and then thirty rock came, about and she was like? Do you have? Something else besides this pilot, I wrote with my friend Karen and I was taking a sitcom writing class and I. Was doing of the office I was like in week, six, and I was like. Yeah got it, right here and of course. I did not have, it I had to. Like right all night long And I'll never forget it I did all. Night long so I was in New York I sent. The script I got on a plane to LA got off the plane. And. Then had a call that they wanted to. Bring, me. In I know you go from that to writing you wrote all three. Pitch perfect movies but I'm not sure if there's a stop along the way. After the second season of, thirty rock myself and Brownstone productions. Elizabeth banks and max. Handelman we sold pitch perfect universal and so in the third. Season I was riding pitch perfect while at thirty rock and I would just, write on the subway and right on the weekends and, I just worked to be on a personal note I, was going through a divorce during the third? Season so I felt like, I was married to thirty rock and writing pitch perfect like I just threw myself into..

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"leslie mann" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on Channel 33

"Sure what about on the flip side what about what the parents do you to ask leslie mann about her experiences she had just dropped maude her oldest daughter off to college she had literally lived this experience was like it was exactly what she had gone through and so we had a lot of conversations in pulled a lot from her like at the end of the movie there's a crying thing that leslie does and that kind of came from the fact that when i would talk to her monitor ready been in college for several months and she would still like well up she's like okay like like tears but just be flowing crying yeah so one hundred and fifty script plus you're being really loosened improvising how many days were you shooting i think we shot like thirty six thirty seven so that's not them that's not that many no is it was it was the big test what are the days like then are you because you have basically these two separate storylines that are going you girls and their experience when you have the parents in their pursuit of the girls yeah how do you balance those two things i seem to remember it was all just a blur on account remember anything other than just holding the script every every weight but we had five weeks in a row of night shoots so we shot for nine weeks but like the the last five or they were pretty intense because it really felt like we were going to a promptly we kinda shot in order like it was at the prom and then we were at the lake house and then we were on the side of the road at the gas station and then we're at the hotel like in that order so felt like a felt like a little crazy but i seem to remember either i would have just parent days and or just kid days and then there was like a little stretch there where i would be with the parents for the first half of the night because we shoot the night shoots and then the kids would come a calm kids they're adults but like the kids would come in for the last half like four in the morning.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The film strips out a lot of that from the dialogue and just as visually so this stuff loads you of stuff you can pick out if you want to is there if you wanna find it but it doesn't lumber the the dia with having to shift that wait i thought there's still a bit but yeah it's still a bit of something for everyone i think in the reference stuff which is nice if you're not into video games you need to be this film references in there eighteen pop culture references in the so this is not of all stripes and we'll go into this more in the spoiler special but i do think those three main setpieces old genuinely huge amounts of fun and really really well done and i don't wanna spoil what they our especially after that race one you don't wanna know what the other ones all but really woke me time it's the most fun spielberg is being in ages really is yeah it's been a while i think since he's done a genuinely kind of take you back your childhood sort of you know juvenile fund film and i thought this full of vive for me and not just in the references in the structure in the energy it's that that sense of of your childhood recaptured which is obviously putting pasta astound but also just the feel of the film it makes you feel how you felt when you watched you know the ben films the eighties and i think it does feel forward looking at him bishop as well in the in the virtual reality stuff like i i've not seen that done so that level to that amount of success is is a huge technical challenge i think it comes across as only on the screen so i think i people who kind of wary of how backwards looking style jury is is that but it's also forwardlooking to you and i think the balance is won't make really great i mean you say forwardlooking it just reminds me of two thousand and four wanna spend the entire playing warcraft but you know two thousand eighteen.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Okay all right thanks all right so it was paddy considine we'll be talking about journeyman ferry free soon but first off this talk about steven spielberg's ready player one there eases spoiled especially for this movie coming it'll be out next week sometime i don't know when we're going to record it around about thursday cause i'm away next week so not much we can do sorry but it'll be up hopefully thursday or friday of next week so give you chance to see it and immerse yourself in its immersive nece ben so this is based on any klein's novel is basically as a willy wonka story about james halliday the creator of this virtual reality university oasis he dies and he says this quest so that only a worthy kind of successor will gain control of the through through playing these various tasks and challenges and this is a book that was massively indebted to an hundred s culture video games and films including the films of steven spielberg and now spielberg has taken on the film adaptation and thinks bill has done an amazing job with this is so much fun i seen it twice now and i had an absolute blast both times so i think the structure of is really good in the basically having these three big tasks or quests along the way it gives you these kind of refund setpieces nicely kind of spread of paul and considering lots of it is spent individual reality universe it doesn't look quite real but it feels kind of tangible there's a real sense of weight to those set pieces the first one is the massive race that you see in the trailers is just overwhelming but you you follow that character through at the whole way so tired in via cook i think a really good in this they're really engaging the character of weighed in the book is a of an insufferable no it will at points people talk about how many references there are in the in the text of the of the book of him spouting this is this from this film and this from this game from nineteen seventy creates by whoever.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yeah so you can't you can't mess with that and it's right an and you know i didn't mind the comic book but i wasn't fanatical about the comic boat like some people were quite rightly the paul goes to somebody who really really does appreciate it and who absolutely smashed it you know yeah maiden still you know i still think that lost greengrass version and wonder what might have been well my been yeah it happens all the time over that might've been rubbish terribly who knows who knows what are you doing next potty was up next while i'm going to i'm going to go off and write something else in the next few weeks anything about it or is under under the wraps at the moment it's on the wraps okay it's sort of a science fiction e kind of tile vote very much like journeyman which is the boxing film it's it's not a box in film and obviously i'm not gonna rise them generic science fiction film but yeah does much as i can say about it the now this should be excited putty constanze adroit star wars episode nine you heard over make it through i be out of a heart the directors to last too long toronto saw i don't think so do you never know you never know fernande potty we listen don't leave it too long next time come back with your next thing you you've you promise promising so yes you're coming for that.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I dug it lee stood by my guns and i said libya commons going to play this role it's for her and i believe that she can find the necessary depth to do it now everybody knows that nothing nothing that she can't do cry because you didn't read able versatile actor and i said that a bachelor i said you'll difference murano rounder you can do this you're you're an accent yeah but both it was almost like toronto give the platform for every for everybody to know just how great her potential was and yeah it'll choices might moment at all you can only do that if somebody gives you the opportunity and and as an actor i felt like the rope itunes is the i haven't been given so i had very much time my head i'm not how can we know anything about unless she's given the chance to to show us yeah so proved brilliant it was it was so cia people talking about transformation performances bull i'll i'll never forget what we did on that film and what i live you went through for me was a transformation because she wasn't changing physicality doing all these kind of actively tricks what she did what she cheever enough film staunching and he's so validated as director in a way yeah you know give me the sort of confidence doll i can actually do this you know and i saw that a fighter trainer mentally with throughout the making of the really of the film.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Develop an idea i think you'd be great all do you want to be involved unusually those yes and i'll go okay no no go and re and write the script and fashion it for them but when you start to go higher up the chain and he just zola so the red tight that you have to get through and all this other kind of bullshit and i just wasn't willing to do the dance really so dance on journeyman and no it some i think what happened with toronto when i cast that was that wrote the part for livia coleman and but she'd never done anything of that nature before in her korea all i had was my instincts about i was thinking that there's something inside of that i can draw out and this is what based on your time on hot fuzz or because how do you go from nicely to me to me livia komen i i have to listen to the intuition and this is the truth this is our is it does an intuition and it's a it's a it's an innovation and you just have to listen to it there was was a a kind of bizarre moment i've written my short film duggal together i'd i ever matt live yard only cooper things of with pee on peep show and stuff i went to walk into the dish in for hopefuls saw the read through and we went to go through the door at the same time and i went to hold it on after you after you and i just loaded when of gotta it was really odd number wife and is it is the honest to god truth my wife and i said a founder found actress for my short film so join hot foods i told you i've written a short film and i want you to play the role and and then eventually we made it when it came to tyrannosaur i just want i just continued the story on then i wrote it specifically as as a sort of peace for livia.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Going to america do a of research on able never quite getting off the ground you know in order to get the film finance we we were looking at casting names and things like that so i was playing that game of it and it's not how light to make films i i don't i like to have people in mind are like to write specific full people and i'm not just content to catch somebody just because they're a name and i can get my film financed i'd rather not make the film if it's not the film that i want to make of course and then once you get into that territory of course i'd only might to run us oh so i can't go into these meetings asking for twenty million to make a film and then kinda throwing my whites around you know and so i think when you start to make those kind of films you you kind of if you know careful you lose a bit of you'll you know you'll licenses notice to tell the story that you want to tell yeah 'cause you're open the open to notes and compromise so fine some time listened to you he you know i just want i wanna make the film the way i want to make it and that's becoming more and more difficult i think particularly if you haven't got a track record of financial success be on your films than you go into into rooms expect people to fall over and give you money to pull your vision the game's changed massively and the years of the locus is one of those films that i couldn't just make cheaply on ant some really great actors interested in in the film for a while but it just kept falling apart you dealing with agents tailing with manages i'm just gone this isn't my world i'm not used to this i'll just sit across the table from someone's have got this script.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Tonight is i mean you just skim read a headline and and just assumed it says hey hugh jackman ready to star inbound education else it could it possibly that's it that's that's absolutely one hundred percent what is happening there and it's a different film called education yeah that's what it is scarlett johansson signed on star starring gioja the rabbit which is tyco it's latest moving when we talked about in the podcast recently where he will play hitler than imaginary hitler appearing to his young son has on tenyearold son in nazi germany a night is certainly a film to keep an eye on because it sounds so weird and so out there and so potentially button pushing a controversial one very less bit of casting news ended so little and everyone in the woods being cast and joan scene is going to play polo becca mailman johnny's gonna voice an australian tv expenses gonna voice a grammy malik is playing guerrilla craig robinson is going to be a mouse feigns is going to be berry tiga there surely i know how how is it of the two of his name's to get rome being's right fines yes tom hall not that one in it which is exciting and marian cottiaux in common jogo that wrong as well gomez emma thompson is thomas people tempus own tomba thomas on 'em tom persona that's going to be an the everyone and this is the robot downey junior is too little and for voicing animals exciting exciting stuff okay actually want to say that now which is exhausting all right that's it for the movie news we've all now it is time for our second guest and he was fighting i guest way back on the frame i additional the empire podcasts back in i want to say february twenty twelve and he hasn't been back on since which is a real shame but he is of course potty considine who is the brilliant actor brilliant writer and director he was last on for his dog toil debut tar.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Okay there is too much marvel on television carney waiting jessica jones season two people tell me it's good on twitter ages of shield in just as maybe about to be counseled but anyway so clark greg is back as phil coulson but intriguingly because you may ask why an s because it's film's going to set in the early nineteen ninety s way before the rest of the mc way before there was tony stark way before was ben before way before it was ben ben was born in one i was the little baby thing is it flying at the yes which year in the nineties is this i think the ninetyone ninetytwo unless she was nice too i was there there i'm gonna have a cameo hang on spoiling lastsecond nineteen ninety ninetytwo hongo's at that longtime ago six twenty seven years ago and you weren't born on ninety one i was born in ninetyone born twenty fourth of august nineteen ninetyone police emmy presents okay well this has been fun it's been fun having been in the podcast but this unfortunately we'll be his last appearance wow are you millennial ben i mean you're i can afford ever coda is calling for a house this is london avocado either anyway clog greg is back back ji mon hunt sue yes call greg we would open a cloak greg's song to the question i like that yeah he's back as core cora chorus chorus kura who yeah gordon's yeah so he was asking and gardens galaxy as of course lee pace as ronan the accuser he didn't actually do any cues ing last time around but this time hopefully he will do some accusing those people spoiler dined gardens a galaxy colson run runaround asia's shield for while now but i'm interested to see what happens because this is going to be about the the war between the cree and the scrolls which are race of shape changing aliens hal it's gonna fit into the mc you and and how the triggers the the the power eva lucien of carol dan version is far and away the most powerful superhero in the marvel universe marvin madigan i yeah i really like as well the and of the ninety setting that this kind of casting shows that.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"A little bit okay far enough you push it back a subsequent year now you're coming out year and a half after was meant to come out then you have to start guessing not assuming not knowing but guessing film is in trouble yeah 'cause you have made an entirely new film in that time presents my welby doing i it's a shame i didn't i didn't love the trailer but it's meets holy by surprise and as soon as i saw i wanna wanna see what this looks fresh jerry xmen films going to be like the cast is great you go easy williams you got any taylor joy he was like a monday scream queen she's doing amazing stuff in kind of the horror and thriller genre at the moment said it seemed like great v i mean if it does give them the chance to to to amp horror to make exactly the film they want it to be them we've got to keep fingers crossed but it is is chris said worrying but anyway listen we we always say this podcast we are excited and we hope that the film turns out well we the people involved so fingers crossed but we should talk about another movie that has just officially started ming he was filming for a little while of course marvel's captain marvel and it had some interesting additions this week to the cast along with the the i sort of look at religion a climate into a fighter chant because her caracar lavars is a is a fighter pilot she was meeting another real life i to pilot for some research of the announced some intricate casting we already know about the likes of hebron larsen and ben mendelsohn jude law and jackson of course nick fury but this week they added some familiar faces to the cast and that we've seen more movies before so clark greg will be returning to an mc film for the first time since offenders or ventures assemble if you want to call it as agent phil coulson of course he's been busy in tv land for the last five you'll have seen that tv show when jimbo i actually haven't seen agency showed i think i've watched the first two episodes and that really stop.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So you got a nice little intersection of mediums okay petro past kansas federal has cow ak whiskey from kingsman too and he is playing a character announced so i can't tell you who it is but i'm sure he will be fabulous since i just watched him having his head pounded into mush yes swaggering entrance and become favorite pull the film and then yes and layabout see thirds of the way through you just get squished and go flowing out of his mouth when the mountain i punches saying man i hope people have seen that game of thrones full years ago but people the mountain and the viper so that some piece of news is is in that in that as the cheetah woman pizza yeah there's another piece of one two women that we knew already yes we did we talked about that like three weeks i'm probably the last time you probably remember spoken about it 'cause we talked about pedro pascal to what what's interesting about this is you know the first movie chris pine character steve trevor was such made such big connection with with diana that i don't know they'll go down that route again because it's in justice league she still ferry sworn sensitive about steve so i'm not so sure that there's another love of her life looming large in this this movie which we know will be set probably rounded what's fifties sixties something like that kind of eighteen eighties.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I mean it's it's it's a difficult thing to do if there was a bag the bed is the intimate engineered the bed and hide underneath the curtains yup just like i do and then i would climb up on the ceiling hey feeling that's a problem and then and then just make my way out the door to a nomad here thing parker experience do you like to parker around la bounce from place to place yes that's me i could tell the way you wanted the room he didn't just walk in the room you bounced you took out three guys anyway as well which was which was pretty cool you should be pacific rim three by the way with the concept of the franchise you're gonna be you're gonna be fine but this movie it also feels it feels so accidentally timely i guess because when you start filming this me two times up everything that has happened over the last few months hadn't happened but here's something we have this this this movie is very female centric it is directed by k kannan obviously and it just feels like now is the perfect time what's your what's your feeling about the about female empowerment and young girls being in charge there and having agency of their bodies and and being you know it's it's fun to see girls have been acting like this and talking like this forever fantasy a movie about it and not just have the movies you know covering what the boys are doing.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Digital is yeah that's actually what it is james dyer welcome back to the podcast thanks it's been a while has it has been two weeks it's been a few weeks because i've been off doing my special secret super project what is this secret project jim but what have you been doing what have you been beavering away on the secret project is the new magazine we alone ching empathy tv or pilot tv as is none or did you can find out about www dot planet tv mac dot com you are already in use yeah we got pilot tv combat it would cost twenty thousand pounds marketing actually laughed in my face well people who want me right now while you say boring things sleep yes i'm on someone's may not be using it but they want us so yes we out on april the fifth and we have a veritable cornucopia of tv stuff including features on luke cage and west wild and all sorts of other exciting things and there may or may not be ten pages on the west wing and i'm just saying they could be saying thank you about the west entire pages on it yeah who who'd wang on about the west wing ten pages in the magazine who indeed indeed do that yes it's greats it is a super magazine if you love tv and you love empire you'll love pilot it looks very good thanks i'm i'm looking forward to the launch of your little fans in and i'm sure it's going to be it's going to be great i say this because i had known folder with a what so ever no no that's not true on press day unique did come over and start doing funny voices behind me while i was trying to work i felt that was valuable contribution this until chris left to leave.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The podcast is week we take a journeyman with journeyman director potty considine plus there's loads of man's planning leslie man's that is as star blockers also pops by talk about her film all that plus usual movie news nonsense on the movie podcast at it's been post back to twenty nineteen but don't worry guys is nothing to do with the quality of the podcast we we just wanna get as right as we possibly can just make the best that possibly can be but we're going to do is we're going to add a whole load of new podcasters okay so it might not be quite what you had in mind but it's going to be good real good trust me okay okay how i'm christian and welcome to the empire podcast which is weak is brought to you by racket and tv your cinema at home yes rack and tv releases hollywood movies direct to your smart tv or device with no commitments just rent or buy your favorite movie whenever you like wherever you like with the whitest four k hdr film catalog for smart tv's in europe rackets tv strives to provide the best audio and image quality delivering a realistic cinematic experience in the comfort of your own home or someone else's home this week no helena harra she is gallivanting around la somewhere we are joined by empires this is ridiculous job title but what does it editors empires editor in chief brackets.

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"leslie mann" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"leslie mann" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I'm i'm so bad i'll bet i'm at the dog park don't even like for the dogs to look at pixie stay with my ass kicking up people you'll hear about a black man getting shot the dog park doesn't mean anybody oh yeah oh yeah no and to me like walking around with him not in the daytime there's what about five black people in awesome okay fair enough three of them are here threes just look for the one carrying a to our rights kicking other people's dogs oh you know and that's where we get to our movie right here blockers man and his movie where it's not just johnson a we have what's his name barron holtz i burn halts and that showed up girl wasn't amy man yeah it's man right man yeah i think so leslie mann as leslie man i was like he was saying i was like that's not right that's the singer yeah exactly nah leslie mann cnn i burn thaw barrett whole holtz whatever the fuck name you know they they had a little girls that became friends instantly in preschool and at this point they felt like well maybe we should be friends to and throughout the years they've kind of drifted apart but the girls have remained close so close to the point that they say you know what we all lose an opportunity on the same night thought synchronous periods with we take it to the next level right here sold these parents who would not stansell close for various reasons find themselves brought back together uniting for a single goal and that is to keep penises away from their daughters private parts and that's what makes the movie kind of funny because they're under this whole impression that these girls are you know they're the little girls everybody thinks that their daughter so pure so nice so they are shocked to see that they're the ones who initiated this whole thing pretty much all through a key saying of cons but emojis so that night they get together with this mission and takes them on his grand adventure to where even though it seems like things scary might even be a tragedy by the end of the night but hey maybe the civil adding here will be that their friends again and with this i'm going to show you the trailer the red band trailer because.

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