28 Burst results for "Lionsgate"
Eli Roth to Direct ‘Borderlands’ Movie Based on Video Game Series at Lionsgate
"Let's talk a borderland. They're they're making a movie in this time they're trying to make it with. Er Roth then tell us about it. Yes Oh rob is going to be directing borderlands movie for Lionsgate and Borderlands is based on a video game It's actually a several video games. I think there are three or four in total now The original game was set in the distant future at a time when various mega corporations seek control of various planets to colonize and mine for their mineral wealth and resources when one of those corporations discovers an alien vault on a planet called Pandora. No it's not an Avatar crossover. A team is sent in and ends up having to fight off the local wildlife and bandit population while basically trying to it. It's like A. It's like a race for whatever's at this vault so that's the basic premise of at least the first game And yet at Craig. Mazin the guy who wrote a lot of questionable stuff and then also trouble is writing the script here so I wonder if this is where this is. GonNa to fall on the Craig Mazin Quality Line. Because he's he's somebody that frankly had written off and then Chernobyl just like blew me out of the water so I was like. Wow I made a mistake by judging this person way. Too harshly and now. I'm like borderlands though really so I'm not sure if he's going to be able to bring. I don't know any sort of special Relevance to a borderlands movie from Eli Roth but at least it could be interesting but the most interesting thing to me. Is that the game. Has this really cool like Rodeo scoped? Look I don't know if you remember like the movie A scanner darkly that Kiana raves was in early to mid two thousands. But I kind of not very many movies look like that and I kind of hope that this borderlands movie tries to retain the visual style of the Games by you know taking that same approach With its own visuals. That's just pure speculation on my part but I just think that would be a cool way to separate this out and sort of make it stand out. In like the post apocalyptic kind of landscape that this movie is GonNa ultimately in.
084 Jason Weavers Lunch Break w/ Jason Weaver
"One of the first people to do that to seem act do the whole nine right music play music Jason Weaver we know Jason Weaver as a youth playing young Michael Jackson to being the voice the singing voice of Simba in the lion king to go onto B. Movies drumline at l. the question is how does a life in show business change your perspective on regular life what is Jason Weaver now forty years old looking forward to he's already been in the business for so long he's already accomplished so much where did you go had so much success at such a young age also what was that like how much money he spent in a strip club what was what was he out here with these ladies were some of the things that went right for him some of the things that went wrong for him it's a fascinating story and he goes into all of it in this interview or one other thing I want to talk to him about specifically was he had a massive hit with one call away went to number two we're all expecting as a we were to come back and take over music after he was on one of the biggest records of that year and it didn't happen he's Gonna is the whole story of why he didn't jump on the success of that record what happened who fucked over Jason Weaver in that situation he's very honest about down so we're GONNA get into that in one second before we do I wanNA talk directly to black people black people right now black people you only need you it will be fantastic ideal great if talented hard-working black-americans got support from all over America for their endeavors for the be the personal professional it'll be great if people were reinvent missing into our communities they were invested into our professions if they were investing into our wellbeing that'd be fantastic that's what we want that to me is America a society where each group independent of their ethnicity is interested in a thriving middle-class in a in the everyone from all areas of the ethnic sphere being able to sustain themselves that makes for a better country to me but in lieu of that you only need each other I have an example people okay man you say that everyone says that you have any examples tyler fucking Perry Tyler fucking Perry is your example of the fact that you only need you tyler Perry opened up three hundred and thirty two acre studio this past weekend every black person in the world was there except you mean he opened his studio up named it after black people it was funded by black people the people that helped the studio gets built were other black people and he made all of this money by catering directly to black people you can have a conversation about whether or not you like Tyler Perry's films you can have a conversation whether or not you think the Tyler Perry films are good but what you cannot have a conversation about is about the fact that he has believed in empowered and used black people for his success from the beginning I remember when you had go and rent the videos of Tyler Perry's plays before the movies were coming out if he wasn't coming to your city I remember the the fact that Tyler Perry was going all around and started such a frenzy in our community that he made himself the hottest ticket he didn't worry about trying to get his shit on Broadway he was worried about trying to give shit on MLK MLK you US believing in an investment into us took him to a billion dollar entity to where now countless scores of other black people are going to be empowered by the fact that he exists no one else made that possible even the people that lionsgate that started putting Tyler Perry's films out they put them out not because they thought that the Tyler Perry films we'll play well in Idaho they knew that they will play well in New Orleans they knew that they will play well in Gary Indiana in Atlanta that everyone that there was a block of people that would support Tyler Perry because he was serving them he was serving them now a lot of us have lambasted the movies a lot of us had looked at the art and been like we don't like that
"lionsgate" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Man who saved one data time after netflix is stunning cancellation. He's the man who brought critical darling. An emmy nominated comedy shits creek to u._s. Audiences insist we're thrilled to welcome pop tv president brad schwartz two t._v.'s top-five brad. Hey guys thanks for joining brad. Yeah brad has been with pop tv. Since twenty only thirteen when the basic cable or was then known as the tv guide network at the time it was a co venture between lionsgate and c._b._s. In the past few years tv guide i'd network was rebranded as pop and became fully owned and operated by c._b._s. Schwartz is a former executive mtv fuse and has been responsible for populating the network work with scripted originals including shits creek the recently renewed flack starring in apac win and its latest critical favourite florida girls. Let's start with shits creek brad. I mean what has that show done for pop. You know there are <hes> there are few shows that we can all point to in tv history that helped define a network network that were weren't just great shows but defined network think madman on a._m._c. is a great example and small network portland on i._f._c. or project runway on on lifetime orphan black on b._b._c. America followed by killing you i mean there are shows that have gone beyond just being a great show but have created a network or even when you think of netflix oranges the new black and house of cards so that show is our madman. It is the show that brought attention to our network so that that we could generate more revenues generated sales do more shows and strive to find shows that are as good and can follow up shits creek which <hes> i think we've done with one day at a time and certainly seems like we're on our way with flack and florida girls a lot of those networks you mentioned. I feel like when they had those shows there. It was almost immediate recognition that those were the shows that we're putting them on the map when it comes to shits creek i don't feel personally as if it was that immediate windy. You feel like you realized okay. This actually is a show that we can build a network around yes so i i thought that way from the very beginning but you are exactly right and i think a lot of that has to do with being a smaller off the radar network. A._m._c..
Netflix, CBS And Sony discussed on The Frame
"One day at a time the Latin x centered remake of Norman Lear nineteen seventies TV show of the same name is back for another season. Netflix canceled the series back in March. But yesterday pop TV CBS owned cable network. Announce that will pick up the show for a fourth season. Lesley Goldberg is the west coast, TV editor at the Hollywood reporter, and she joined me talk about the deal and told me, why Netflix canceled a series to begin with Netflix. Like many of the other streamers and the upcoming ones will not and do not, and will not ever release exact viewership data. So it's very hard to measure shows or movies success. But, you know, we'll look, I interviewed Netflix, head of original Cindy Holland back in April. And one of the things that she said was that didn't make economic sense to bring back one day to time for a fourth season part of what how networks does make its decisions is. They look at how much they're spending on a show and how many new subscribers. It's bringing, which of course, we don't really know either way. I mean that's looks reports. It's quarterly subscriber gains and losses. But you have no idea, how much of that is tributed to their decision to renew, or cancel the new show. But with their with the billions of dollars that they're spending on original programming every year. It's the, the decisions that they're forced to make our will fourth season of show like a of a show. One day time bring in new subscribers. Or would we best be us using the millions that we're spending on that show to do a new show that could bring in more, one company did feel the economics made sense, and that is pop TV so who is pop TV? And why did a show like this make as much sense to them as it didn't make to Netflix? Well, we should before we even talk about pop TV we should give credit to the producers of one day to time. And that's Sony Pictures television. The independent. Studio and they were successful able to save this show. This was their business dealing, and this is look this is ground. This is TV history. This is the first time that you're seeing a scripted original show that was picked up and aired originally on a streaming platform, moved to a linear network like pop TV pop TV originally known as the TV guide network. It used to be co owned by Lionsgate television and CBS about a year ago CBS wanna buying full control. So this is a niche, basic cable network, that is owned by CBS, and, you know, look, CBS, digital platform all access what really express a lot of interest in picking up one day at time, but because of the original clauses in Netflix contract it prohibited. Any other streaming platform aka any Netflix competitor from picking up this show within a few years, and nobody's gonna wanna wait multiple years to pick to revive a show that winds up. Being expensive. You have to re promote it people have lost interest. You know you you strike, while the iron is hot. And that's exactly what pop TV did as for why they picked it up. I spoke with pop TV president Brad Schwartz yesterday on Thursday, and one of the things that he mentioned is, this is a very, very small network. They have only a handful of originals shows what be it scripted and unscripted. That's largely network that is home to repeats of some big pop culture, syndicated shows, like Buffy the vampire slayer Dawson's creek the original Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh, charmed. And the reason this was interesting to them is first and foremost. Everyone CBS from Brad Schwartz to the executives like Joe Iannello and David Nevins over at CBS creatively. Loved the show, and it made sense for pop because this isn't network that as I mentioned is very big on the stall. And they looked. They're sweet spot. Viewers are people who love stuff from the eighties nineties, look, no further than what their syndication, their syndicated content is ROY. Right. That's the sweet spot Dawson's creek. You don't get much more nineties, and that Buffy the same thing. And the fact that, that this what they picked up is actually a reboot of show, that, that many of its viewers already have an awareness of because of the original from forty years prior it really hit the sweet spot, so creatively. It's an IP. It's, it's intellectual property that it's audience already knows said that. It's, it's unprecedented for a show to go from a streaming service to a cable network. Does that mean it was legally difficult to unwind the deal at flex and get it on this new platform? So in terms of setting, you know, the legal precedent. This really was a business it move. So because Sony owns the rights to the show it become becomes there to figure out what they wanna do it. However, I will say that Netflix does own because they paid for and have a contract to keep those first three seasons. Netflix will remain the exclusive home streaming home to the first three seasons of one day at a time. But in the new deal Sony gets a whole lot of rights back from Netflix. Because of their pass on season four. So that means that Sony will now be able to sell the show internationally which it never did with Netflix because Netflix is in many international markets and Sony. Also in a couple of years we'll have a streaming library starting with season four. And if the show goes five six seven through ten like producer, Mike, Royce told me he wants it to they're going to have a streaming library to sell. So, you know, in APR twister fate one thing that could happen later down the line is Sony could say, hey, we've got you know, seven more seasons of this show net. Flicks, do you want buy the library to go with the first three? And even if the one day at a time fan base didn't have a lot to do with coming back on pop TV are they at least happy now that it is coming back overjoyed? I mean, it's, it's like Christmas in June. This is this is a deal. It's never been like I said, it's never been done. A streaming show has never moved off of that to find another home. Usually, it's the other way around where Netflix has been heralded as, as the save our. Show champion because they've revived so many other shows in recent memory. I mean designated survivor was canceled at ABC and moved to net flix, FOX cancel Lucifer, and Netflix picked it up. I mean, there's so many shows that Netflix has done that with. And now this is the very first time. Netflix said, nah, no will pass and left it to the studio to find a new home for it
Can Netflix Survive The Disney Onslaught?
"I wanna go back to the Disney, plus service for just a second because one of the things we're starting to see in the. Wake of obviously, the rise of Netflix, but also Disney rolling out their streaming service is almost a land grab among these different companies Comcast with NBC CBS, this week reportedly looking to buy stars from Lionsgate entertainment back at Hulu, it's taking over Hulu. Right. So what do you think are the prospects for Disney, plus and how nervous should the brain trust net flicks be? Well, Netflix really surprised us all with the strength of their content and as long as they keep that up. They've really abandoned their original business plan, completely which is heartbreaking to me, because what I loved about them, originally was the most obscure films that I wanted to see we're always available on Netflix, and that's just not true anymore unless you want to do DVD, but they have more than made up, for with creating original content they've gone from being, you know, blockbuster to being MGM, and so they, they're going to different way. Disney of courses now going in the opposite direction from being a content creator to, to the streaming service. The thing that Disney has is the built in perpetual audience. They can just keep putting out. You know the original lion. King the original Cinderella. And they're gonna have a new generation every seven years. That's a really solid basis for them. They're very, very good on content. So I'm I'm pretty impressed with the way they're going all. All we need. Now is each of us. You know, an extra forty hours a week to watch all this stuff.
Georgia, Jordan Peele And Lionsgate discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway
"And in the wake of Georgia passing it's tough abortion laws feeling the economic impact. Here's CBS's mad piper. Kristen wigs upcoming comedy through Lionsgate films barb and star. Go to vista del mar has pulled out of filming in Georgia. Following the governor's signing the state's fetal heartbeat, Bill it prohibits abortion, after a heartbeat is detected in an embryo week is a co writer and star of the film, alongside Oscar nominee, anti Molo that you are, not the first boycott filming in the state, the director of the upcoming Amazon show. The power will also stop filming Jordan Peele. JJ. Abrahams took a different approach instead of pulling their production of HBO lovecraft country out. They decided to donate to local organizations, fighting against the
T-Mobile & Sprint Cleared For Launch
"It's Monday may twentieth. While in the market, foolery, I'm Chris L. Joining me in studio today back first time in a while. It's Dan client, thanks for being here. Hey, there, Chris, thanks for having me. Thanks to everyone who hung in over the weekend for our apropos of nothing episode. I told you we'd be back Monday with the actual business news of the day, and we're here, we've got some media and entertainment news. We're going to dip into the full mailbag. Let's start with, I think that's technically counts as breaking news, the chairman of the FCC saying that he is going to recommend to the agency, the approval of the merger between T mobile and sprint. This is a twenty six and a half billion dollar merger. And I know the FCC still needs to formally approve this. And so does the Justice department but stocks are acting Wall Street is acting like both those approvals have gone through because when you looked at this a few weeks ago, and I think we covered this on an industry focus not that long ago. They were putting it at fifty fifty and it wasn't. They weren't looking at this sort of economics of it. They were basically, very focused on, but there's four and it's going to go to three and that's bad. And then sprint came out and said, hey, look, we've been saying our numbers are pretty good. They came as close to saying, they that they fudged the numbers, as you can legally come, and what they were basically saying is, hey, we, we've added a million subscribers, but we added is free lines. So they would say, hey your sprint customer. You think your dog wants a line could you could your ipad use a second line like it was that level of like if you went into a sprint store, they were handed them out like gum. So this was not a Wells Fargo situation. They weren't they were telling you, and in general, it was a line, you might want, like, maybe for a kid or for a secondary device, but it wasn't a line, you were going to purchase. So when T mobile says they've added a million postpaid customers. They're defining that as someone who. Signs up and joins and pays the money sprint was doing it in a sort of more nefarious way. And they came out and said, hey, look, we're spending a lot of money even their regular customer acquisition was heavily discounted. So there was no real path to success for sprint on its own. They probably could not afford the investment. I mean obviously there are owned by SoftBank. So technically the parent company could put in all the money they wanted to. But there was every chance that if this deal wasn't allowed that sprint was going to be sold at a fire sale and either team of who's going to buy a lot of the assets anyway. Or somebody like Comcast charter who had already passed on operating sprint as sprint would end up with just the customer base and the assets. So all sprint and T mobile really did. And this kind of shows that that object pie. The FCC chairman was probably leaning towards this merger anyway is all they did was committed to hitting ninety percent of the country. With five G within three years, which is something that they've talked about do. Doing anyway. That's kind of the logic of the merger is to be the first to have a real five G network all over the country and T mobile is banking on that because they have a television product, they want you to buy. So when you see shares of T mobile up around six seven percent today and shares of sprint up north of twenty five percent that doesn't strike you as unreasonable because you, you think yes, the approvals have to happen. But. It's all over. But, you know, the I mean obviously pay attention to make sure straight sprint shares. Don't go over the price that the deal is at which which does happen, sometimes, but I am very in favor of T mobile. I'm bullish on T mobile. Even if the deal get shot down, but what this does, and there is a bad history of mergers, in this space sprint Nextel is why sprint in this trial. God I forgot about boop. But I'm referencing for people who don't know, us to be able to on a Nextel phone have, like a walkie talkie feature. And it made like a ridiculously annoying noise. It worked very well in a factory, but others say, very, very popular in factories and construction sites. Yes, which is where I use them. So it was a good product for me. But in this case, you have a dynamic CEO and John Legere, and they have a plan. So whether the sprint brand goes away, they haven't told you that. But eventually, this is a company that has tremendous customer loyalty because they're straight with you. If you walk. Into a T mobile and layout, your problem. I had an issue, I wanted to upgrade my iphone and they no longer I was part of their old upgrade program, and they explained it to me, clearly, why had to pay more money than I thought I did. And they were very nice about it and I didn't leave angry. And that's very hard. There is no possibility. AT and. T. O Verizon can do that. Let's move onto the entertainment industry, and I suppose this ties in CBS has made an offer to buy stars from Lionsgate entertainment. I was saying, right. Before we started taping I had to take a moment. And think about what does stars bring to the table as a network other than movies that other people have made in the only thing I could come up with was American God's power the original series, so. What do you think of this deal because when I first saw this what went through my head was, oh, the landgrab continues, the we're all moving to streaming? And by we I'm referring to the broadcast networks. We're all moving to streaming. We're all looking to get as much content original content, as we can get our hands on. And if we have to pay maybe a little bit more for not as well known content we're going to do that. This is kind of like asking someone to the prom, and our before the prom. All the good dates are gone. This almost goes back to Disney buys Pixar, then Disney by Star Wars. Then Disney bars marvel then Comcast goes. Uh-huh. And buys DreamWorks, we, we were comparing this talking to saying that stars is sort of the Royal crown cola, the RC cola. And then we downgraded it to it's the polar soda of, of premium content channels. But this really is in my opinion. Desperation move 'cause so you're gonna pair this if you're CBS with it's very weak to show or maybe three show now that they've launched a twilight zone, CBS streaming service. Maybe they're going to pair that with some of the Viacom properties if they ever properly merged, which they're sort of controlled by the same people, and they talk about merging, but it hasn't quite happened. So like you're streaming package is going to be a couple of old people shows on CBS interactive stars, which has young streaming shows, but I don't know anybody who's intentionally buying stars to watch American gods. And then, like, what like reruns of the real world and, and maybe comedy central as an asset that will drive some subscriptions, but it feels like if I'm gonna pay for sort of a package. Disney is clearly building towards a Hulu Disney plus ESPN plus package. That's going to be more attractive. And then Comcast is going to be more attractive, and then probably Sony now that they're working with Microsoft is going to be able to put something together. And then maybe Happel, and then this CB it, it really seems to me like, buying a very low level asset for a lot of money. So I'm going to put in your rank ordering I'm gonna put this above apple just because we don't know what's coming with apple yet. They had the event earlier this year with Oprah Winfrey. Steven Spielberg, and they and I get all that at least with CBS you have some known quantities. I think the, the best version of this scenario for CBS is, if this goes through then three years from now they have enough data. I would argue actually even sooner maybe a year and a half, two years from now they have enough data from their streaming app to know what to invest in because the one thing you can say about the stars original content at least in terms of the dramas is, you're not seeing those types of dramas on TV. It really is a different category of trauma. It's, it's, it's edgier. I would argue in some ways, it's more create. Give it's the nineteen eighty-five HBO model where there's going to be gratuitous nudity for absolutely no reason in every episode. I mean it's possible, but just, just from a creative stamp, boy, it's, it's less predictable show like American gods. As far less predictable than a formulaic. I know they don't own law and order. But that's the one that pops D'amoto like a procedural where I know it's going to play out or NCIS I guess that's a CVS property. I feel like this only makes sense if they're going to continue acquiring but there's not much left out there. You start to get into buying one offs and buying shows rather them if this is part of a roll up strategy, and they need the subscriber base, and they come to you, and they say, hey, do you have stars? We're giving you CBS we're giving you because the Disney pricing looks pretty attractive. I may who live subscriber if they throw me Disney, plus, which I'm going to get any way it's going to have Star Wars shows and ESPN plus and it's only. An extra seven ninety nine or ninety nine I'm probably going to do that. CBS is streaming service is very inexpensive. It's four ninety nine a month. If all of a sudden, for nine ninety nine a month. I can get stars to maybe I mean, I, I had stars when I used to
CBS, Lionsgate And Lions Gate discussed on KNX Midday News with Brian Ping
"That CBS has made an informal bid by lions gate. Entertainment stars cable network for about five billion dollars. The report from the information citing four sources three of them said, CBS is looking at a deal as a potential complement to Viacom, which CBS also thinking of acquiring CBS, interim CEO Joseph Iannello made the new offer a few weeks ago to Lionsgate executives who turned down, according to the report, Lionsgate shares right now about twelve percents CBS shares right now at the flat
Netflix will not join Apple TV service
"Is expected to in villa television video service at an event on March twenty fifth a move that will amp competition for net flicks and others deliver entertainment programming online. Sources familiar with the matter have told routers at the service may resell. Subscriptions from CBS Corp, Viacom and Lionsgate entertainment Corp stars among others as well as Apple's own original content, while Disney company, an AT tease. Werner media. Also plan to offer subscription streaming services as well as gloomy competition. Hastings said the biggest challenge for net. Flicks is to not get distracted by rivals. But still learn lessons from them. These are amazing large well-funded companies with very significant efforts. They're going to do some great shows. I'm going to be envious. They're going to come up with some great ideas. We're going to want to bar those. But he added we will make this a better industry. If we have great competitors ACS also said he expected net flicks. Like. Other US technology companies should be blocked in China for a long time. So they have it. Netflix won't be joining it. But they'll remain their own app.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast
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Liam Neeson says he's "not racist" after disturbing interview
"Actor Liam Neeson says he is not racist. After that disturbing interview earlier this week in which he said he wanted to kill a black person in revenge after someone close to him said, she was raped by a black man he said decades ago, he went up and down streets with a stick hoping to attack. Following those remarks a red carpet was cancelled last night for the film. He's been promoting cold pursuit in. Lionsgate film studio did not let any cast member. Walk. The carpet for
Kevin Hart in Talks to Star in the Monopoly Movie Nobody Wants
"And monopoly is being turned into a movie starring comedian, Kevin Hart. He's reportedly signed on to star in a live action monopoly movie from Lionsgate and Hasbro the plot of the movies not been revealed. But a previous version of the project indicated it would follow a young man from Baltic avenue on his quest to make a fortune.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Only thirty four dollars a ticket. You can see it in forty x. Well, that's not a deal. That's like it's like highway robbery you're robbing from the poor boy and giving to the executives at Lionsgate. I don't know what she's going to rob. But yeah. Okay. Well, I think you You know. you can buy all means leave the studio turn the lights back on please up the thermometer again, and you know, just maybe try robinhood dot com because it might take a little bit of financial bath in your opening weekend. So long fellas. Sorry about that. Richard. Exciting. I wish I wish I could say that we're barely into the movie, but we're mostly because the movie I don't know just sort of like. Shows up. We should get together. She's like, okay. And then they just do like time past thing where. Punches him in the face while they they get in a fight for some Tillery stands research. So so she's she's out on their little flirtation even began. Right. And so she gives Michael Sheena shop, and then she gives up on that right away. Yeah. Right. She sends them both out a montage everyone out, but Michael sheen decides to move to LA here actually is going to do it. Now wolf books the pilot. Yeah. We have seen him a hospital show or something right? Rendon ski starts to lead. Like, he's like, very casually. Like, actually, it's a leap par. They want me to test. Which is like that is not how casual you would be about that happening. If you just moved, but PICO extenders like how could you? You wanna make are black and white pocket. Watch movie like furious that read Nikki's read writing for film, right, right? Right. You know, right bedroom. Like a man with knife comes and PICO reach that. And he's like, but one of the pocket it is like if you're a struggling actor or looking Spiring actor and you get to test for a network show. That's like your fucking bar mitzvah, your first communion. Like, I'm doing something. Right. And he's just like, I don't know. I kind of think should do it. Right. I don't know. And Rene ski has the relationship the daughter we need that she wants to be a writer, right? And she do a town show a little emotional younger daughter doesn't have anything. She says like profound. There's one scene where Reese makes this like it's like a. I think Michael sheen is there by then and she's just like making breakfast. And it's like literally like heaps of croissant butter in a in a in like a clay earth and pot like huge thing of exit hashbrowns of huge arranged tray of fruit. It's really seriously you speak of that. This feels like a great moment to transition to a regular segment for the last time that chance she. Yes. Yes. She did. Right. Yes. I mean, she's going to do one now because we're cutting live over to our special correspondent longtime sister Romley Newman with Romney's kitchen corner and is your host miss Rumeli Newman. She's in her kitchen. Tame in a kitchen, and I'm going to talk about the kitchen home again, which is not my favorite kitchen. And the funny thing is if this was kitchen was in any other movie, I'd say, well, it's really nice kitchen. But you can't help watch it. And just think this is a Nancy Meyers kitchen on a really low budget. They have all the same fixings all the same stylistic choices. But everything just looks a little bit less. Nice. Couldn't get the Viking. They couldn't get the wolf stove. You know, the fridge is not as sub zero. And it's still incredibly nice kitchen, but it's not an ANSI. Mark. Thank you for your service. We appreciate it. I don't know. What circumstances they ever bring background kitchen corner? But maybe you're going to do that burnt. We are going to a full mini series on Burt casts. We're going to go back to the Star Wars format and just do burn every week. You do not know reservations. I don't think we could do a full episode on burnt falling asleep. We would we would try and were just and then. It would be like an Esa. Mar we'd just trail off perk up at the Thurman part. She should do an ANSI Myers movie. Every actress of the nineties should do a Nancy. She tried to with prime which is not, but that's sort of style. Yes. Yes. She has the worst role in that kind of whatever happened to him October road..
Lionsgate, Tracy Jonky and Germany Lionsgate discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Five minutes twenty-five it's money, news on WCBS with Bloomberg's, Tracy jonky we can at least say the NASDAQ and s&p. Are hovering near their records Dow nowhere close and it fell seventy four points. To twenty five thousand five oh nine NASDAQ's up three points at.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"So what is independent films you i i would still consider i this is the definition that everyone has differently at for me i pretty strict in the sense that i think that if the source of financing of the film was not a major distributor than its independent film and that can include really very large movies as well as movies i i would include a movie like looper as an independent foam because it was put together the the bottle we talked about earlier where they were doing foreign pre sales and they were together that way but it's big budget movie with movie stars and everything in it arrival i think is a similar thing that's an independent film because it was made independently and then the studio really wanted to buy it and they bought it i wouldn't consider a lot of fox searchlight movies for example as independent foams because they really just low budget movies made by division of a studio that makes low budget movie yeah specialty might be the better term for it yeah they they can still be an art house me like it's released an art house theaters but that doesn't mean it's to me it wouldn't be an independent phone that's kind of my criteria so i still consider an eight twenty four movie and independent foam because i think that they are an independent company that they also released their own movies doesn't mean that they're not independent of the larger major studio system to me this sort of the ground where i'm not sure is you could make a case lionsgate's movies were independent films i mean it's an independent studio but it's also a majorly traded public company at this point with a large valuation.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Old lionsgate doing great movies but they work with the big guys we're the only ones left with the last dodo bird on the beach dramas the last the last i'm what are your movies mostly rated for people out there are no ratings there's no reason to rate them so you've taught you in waiting doesn't it costs money to rate move yes they make you rate we for thirty years we paid for the ratings how much only get into the movie theaters it was it was between twenty five hundred and five thousand dollars to have our movies disemboweled i could write a whole book about it and see my interview with trey parker and matt stone who of course you know had you have cannibal the musical from his first movie and we help them with that and they interviewed them years later and they told me how with canada musical they saw that the rating board did everything they could screw us and when it came time for the south park movie paramount the rating board worked with them all the time they shot the movie with us they wouldn't even look at the movie until the thirty five millimeter movie was finished and you know when you make cuts in a print right what happens you get a jump you get an eighteen signed that the sound is retarded by i think twenty four frames on thirty five millimeter print so every time you have to cut it they wouldn't look it on movies in interlock they would look at they looked at the paramount movies interlock they were the scumbags this hefner dr hefner fuck you even though you're dead they told my partner michael hers he told michael hers that traumas war was no fucking good that's what they're not supposed to have is that judgment or they they actually none they told my boss partner of of of lloyd kaufman founder of trauma that traumas war was no fucking good samuel fuller loved roma's word sage good in the first time since i met you which is here and she walked in your friendly gotta take a pass we had a joke about my aliens poster.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This this wonderful opportunity to can be on tour doing these shows the performing of what's affectionately known as a chilling circuit which allow me to get into gorna millions of fans so when i actually came to hollywood and try to do my first movie there they were like what is this we're not doing this guy was able to go home and do it out of my trunk and sell it the dvds as i've been doing before adan grateful for low lionsgate and that relationship in the people over there who said come on we'll let you do joe way so so to setting up at atlanta allow me again to have the opportunity to do it my way which has been which has been incredible to mention lionsgate was there a person there that really was openminded that was open to yeah mike passive acrobats and stand was the guy who said this week we need to do this with you and and since it it's been just a love fish john bell time over there been really really really great and you know as wonderful as i've had incredible partnerships over the years who will allow me to build the studio he felt to to uh support all that i've done what you've captured feet firmly in atlanta and just outside atlanta why is that did you ever think actually action should move west that you go out with the rail no atlanta's always been on for me when i first move their 22 years old i thought this is the promised land this is where i'm going to try to bill measuring and to have the support of governor nathan deal and the georgia come commission to that's that's bringing in all of this incredible and he's credible films in these incredible crews that are coming up in georgia and so many people working to have about ninety thousand people go through the gates set salivary studios working over these last years been phenomenal to say so i'm just atlanta's atlanta's home i'll be there i'll be there the me she's going through a huge transformation right now we see it almost every day particularly over.
"lionsgate" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"You look at inorganic opportunities that come along and you have a bar i think i'd say that there's nothing we feel we have to acquire and i think that's an important point to emphasize so i think we said it high there's plenty of speculation new street research saying it believes comcast isn't committing more to stock repurchases in case an emanate opportunity presents itself and of course is not does comcast cbs and viacom shares both moving over the past week on speculation about a recombination of the two companies and lionsgate shares thereof of about eight percent over the past week on reports that it could perhaps be part of a cbs viacom combination or an acquisition target for the likes of an apple or an amazon and then melissa of course there's also the question of the regulatory environment that covered all right thank you very much julie boersen so is lionsgate a deal target let's find out here now is michael burns vicechairman of lionsgate michael great to see you you know that we like to have on on this show so it's time to play a little leave the fair the of forcibly rip off of our friend andy cohen in case you don't want your show basically we're gonna ask you three questions you can only pass or please the fifth on one of them first though up burst up what are your thoughts about a potential deal with horizon again i i saw the comments that they didn't have any big deals on the horizon at be interesting to hear that definition of big obviously of rise in has a giant market cap so uh again i wouldn't specifically talk about a deal but uh i think varieties and ultimately has to decide what businesses they're going to be an and.
"lionsgate" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The most monitor monica silver in studio with jason those are not argue singer and run grows shares of lionsgate entertainment up more than ten percent this week on reports of a possible takeover when you think matty's someone gonna go out and buy themselves a movie studio actually i think so and we've already seen this happen in the last several years and so yeah i mean i think there's a i'm not surprised a chatter out there i think amazon horizon and sounds like cbs might be potential suitors for lionsgate um and i say dovetails nicely with something uh our own david or tweeted earlier this week that he thinks aim c networks could be a nice acquisition candidate for netflixing uh but i have to say i don't see i don't see lionsgate algae gmc i don't see scripts networks that discovery i don't see these as independent companies in a few years because we think of what were things are going it's really gravitating to the big platforms and it's just amazing a say this now 'cause we would have said as five years ago with the really to me it's coming down to netflixing amazon and disney now the disease acquired fox and i think we'll all the small players are probably guinea gobbled up by them because lead these companies are looking for content quality content and you've got lionsgate aim see and others with with that kind of content well and lionsgate where what i think about lionsgate the first thing that comes to mind is the hunger games which you know that ship had sailed in terms of their ability to really monetize that franchise whereas with amc uh their track record i think is much stronger in terms of delivering particularly television hits you know ri breaking bad madman the walking dead does acting those companies are roughly the same in market capsule or billion if someone is looking to buy them isn't is an aim see the move here amosi's well i it depends i mean you just i think lines get got some really nice strengths when it comes to creating films that ah on a budget and they do it economically better than any other studio out there and so i think there's there's qualities to both i wouldn't be surprised both required within here you're saying lionsgate may not be making you know the marvel franchise movies but they're also now i'm going to.
"lionsgate" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"Yes adam and eve dot com coming use our code single at checkout that's s i n g l e adam and eve a dot com use our code single adam and eve dot com now let's start the show these liar pain gold vps lionsgate lionsgate bon balboa the lion king thought that welcome to the this is why you're seeing a podcast i'm laura lane and i'm angela sparrow we are the co raiders the book this is why you're single every week we highlight a different dating topic this week's episode is new year new you two thousand eighteen dish shane bridges it is never too late to become a new year we did a episode called the same thing last year but this is a two thousand eighteen so if you're not already a new year new you're going to become a new you in two thousand eighteen you can be a different you than the new you you were in two thousand seventeen we're always evolving as human beautifully said also on the line up were talking about what's new in dating news two thousand seventeen best and worst cities first singles and how to be happy than were diving into the mailbox to answer your listener questions but first angeles just you and i have this week because i i was missing a little angelo laura time yeah it's a good way to end me here you really is so what's going on in your year let's get a little you're you're recap you want like oh my dating highlights for the year love that well so as we've discussed on this show i finally in and i have our own apartment no roommate's were adulting the relationship has evolved which i was getting a little nervous there for a while because uh a few episodes ago you told us that your your body type had chain were not like my personal physical but you know the body's energy you're you're at i always detracted too so i was like oh what does this mean for and but he's been working out so you he has been i own have we talked about in spin class addiction what he's like a suburban soccer mom now oh jeez special his you know cavs are just there they're let.
"lionsgate" Discussed on /Film Daily
"In also on the news uh there's some controversy going on a boat the gotten godley by opec starring john travolta is supposed to become coming out in ten days in seems like it needs new distributor each he would we now so lionsgate has reportedly cancelled the release date for a godley which was supposed to come out onto subir 15th um and that's the mob movie starring john travolta as the infamous head of the gambino crime family said during the eighties and other were lionsgate we all we already boat movies for a living did any of us know that this move is can we own today's i did not i saw a trailer but didn't realize that the release date i saw trailer because it aired online i've never seen one at you know on tv or in front of a real movie at a real movie theater anything like that yeah i didn't think this movie existed but egg go on each day of sorry the call has so we had thought the studio sold the film back to his producers ad admit for a la an oasis films and that we didn't that it was speaking shop branch distributors and was probably going to come out in 2018 to the 2017 but shortly after that news broke john travolta released a statement saying that uh lionsgate did not drop the released per se but he was unhappy that lionsgate was giving it such a limited release and he thought that it reserved a wider one so he um teamed up with a new financier a um.
"lionsgate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Org 45 degrees right now partly sunny skies state in 10 minutes it's the brian lehrer show today meet the press moderator chuck todd we'll be talking about the seventy th anniversary of the nbc sunday kgb colonel and discussing postelection day trump era politics plus a look at nigeria's film industry called naali would that's this morning starting at ten and then stick around for show today awardwinning poet activist history from her childhood to her friendship with my angelo plus renowned conductor and composer leonard slatkin lex on his japanese world changed over the years that's leonard lopate beginning at noon today a partly sun honey day today with a high near fifty two degrees him isolated showers are possible tonight and then tomorrow it'll be seen but the temperatures will fall to around freezing by 5 o'clock in the afternoon support for my c comes from amazon studios and lionsgate presenting last flag flying a new film about three war vets who reunite and embark on a bittersweet road trip starting steve fishburne bagged playing and salah theater the mount sinai now jewish faith respiratory institute the respiratory institute medicated to using advanced therapies and specialized care to help new yorkers breathe easier more at the respiratory institute dot org uh name to the bbc world service this is news hour coming to live from london changed tomorrow samis.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Lionsgate if you add the both together has a big hit my god next year jigsaw versus hey i've been waiting for a new freddie versus jason or avp why not madeup verses jigsaw tiroler perry's saw day at torture floor but the real question is going to be how does this do second week how does this do on video because halloween will be over i wouldn't be shocked to forget a sixty seventy percent drop next week especially with thors competition yeah those tickets i have already bought i did preorder my door tickets goes i expect to be sold out unlike this so tell us what you and sixteen other people saw arne give us plot some yeah it's really weird listening to our old shows that we did back before jacob upgraded his microphone back before we did plot summaries it's been ten years since the end of the jigsaw murder scene in the first seven films it seems that nameless city has cleaned it some thought as it's far less grimy than before i think they elected giuliani they went to canada i'm sure all the other ones were in canada to you though i don't think the first one was but all of the rest have been in toronto but this one looks like toronto and not grimy toronto well they got rid of the mayor who bought cracked died so i guess cleaned up the city but jigsaw as shadow returns when a police informant edgar munsan leads police on a chase across town where he's told he has to pull the trigger and start a game or egger will die.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit
"So the movie was needed in like lead ninety or so and started making the rounds at like sundance it's cetera and it got all the spas an actually what they started doing was the marketed as a documentary and they at very at the at the for a even even up until a couple of months before their release the i am devi profiles for heather donahue mike williams josh leonard says listed as missing and what they would do at sundance they were policing missing persons posters with the three actors names are rounds sundance as a way to advertise this film select right from the get go uh right around the timika picked up by by artists in which was like a fledgling studio and artists in and then it's the dow the the the the all the artist in trump's or now actually owned by lionsgate and and this was just a little bit of a change in here it's interesting how companies like are a company like artisan than lionsgate seems to make a lot of money off the fact that they were able to per to purchase the video were movie libraries of defunct studios yeah like artisan for awhile had dirty dnc because vast ron went out of business leon's ago ethic lionsgate now actually has everything artisan had so some of the some of these smaller studios from the late 90s early 2000s were were were kind of shoring up their bottom line by just having the rights to movies by studios that like a ryan or something that had gone out of business.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"And at each surprising to see especially amazon and apple hoodoo video very well their customers that use i tunes reviews amazon movies they're very happy because the services great give up that kind of control it was surprising and those were ones that were traditionally very tight i don't know if they were not very happy about putting their content on other platforms i mean you there was no way to get your eye tunes purchases aren't an android device so what's really interesting is that with movies anywhere disney negotiated with almost every single major movie studio except for paramount pictures and lionsgate so there's fox there's a universal there's a warner brothers and so lazily i'm not gonna say every movie i i think i saw what am i one of our colleagues at at cnet scott stein he has kids and he's bought he said he bought one hundred fifty one movies from between his all the platforms and about a huddle ago 100 and one of them were available uh on on clinton movies anywhere so two thirds which is a pretty decent number for a service like this yep that's a it really paints a bad picture of paramount you know if you have would mission impossible and you bought it on the app store and you by an andrew tablet or a fire t the annual i'm going to watch mission impossible white i can why and then you investigate easy will will paramount mount holding out they want you to buy it twice.
"lionsgate" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I was walking into the body all mall some like there's isla fisher i guy ever forgive millions of that she will now oh may i know it was so he's civil rid of her how cute and ask her she's talking about another time people fact she was aimed amy atoms and i had a real lowpoint who i have to tell you i was that idea with a newborn baby now as vice fading and i was so exorbitant yours lionsgate no really other it's really nice of the unfao i sat on one of those ciphers wifo no one can save me in a court in a dusty corner of i can i you know the baby lectures on on exhausted a close my eyes for a moment arrest and then this woman in it you can't ever a pair and then at all thought you so much from enchanted can you please just thing is that song thinks this song from in janet unto death and i just some unlike by as i just said may that you know i started to three reservoir she just backed away realized as clearly not all while based on your voice she was able to determine was not he has she's married sasha barron calling that's right and she's from england and we first people might first remember meeting her in the wedding crashers yes she was one of the daughters win oh n our butterscotch sally hansen and see have him in bradley cooper word ashes law and then style aggressively weddings and then she was also saw delightful as rebecca bloom would on confessions of a shopper hollick oh if movie and it was just not too long ago and she is just so cute chee apparently as bannon arrested development as rebel alley lately and then that ternal animals she's in tag in the serling but she's so darn kitten she wrote this book adds she has i think they have twin twin kids i can't remember they are they have a couple kids i know she definitely pulled back her schedule filmmaking schedule in order to parent those kids and they think that in a way israeli like any adam i know why finding that you mentioned nocturnal animals because they're both in that movie while onethird character she recorded a psa and we opposed to this we shall page but this is so darn killed adhering on i.
"lionsgate" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The uh as i said to you before though the one thought i had today on the falcons in the lionsgate for the lions it's different if the atlanta falcons would lose today i would not have any it would not change anything as far as my opinion the falcons of what they might have come up mike the com this year based on the outcome of this game a detroit but it may seem unfair to you but if the lions lose it and if the lions win this game he changed my opinion of the lions immensely as what i i think they can be if the lions win this game and get the three in oh and beat atlanta today then my opinion on the lions changes moving forward if the falcons were lose today at the lions it doesn't change my thought at all as long as they don't get blown out like forty one to nothing it doesn't change my opinion on atlanta detroit has changed a chance to change talking points today and there was a time last year where people were trying to get me to believe in them and i kept resisting and then down the stretch they fell apart hardly believe they lost their last 3 games than lost while cooking but my preemptive sunday strike is that nothing changes in my opinion of the falcons but everything in the world could change your my opinion on the detroit lions i've got my closing arguments for you're see now john has his closing arguments here on the g k show on us yes.
"lionsgate" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"To georgia shooting this film had to be coordinated between lionsgate twentieth century fox so the general lawrence could have time to shoot xmen decent future passed because of this rush schedule jerry ross director of the first hungary games decided not to return to direct this movie jennifer larence a salary was reportedly half a million dollars in the first 100 and ten million dollars for this woman let don't like jewels and have more money than i need sam and here's a bonus one woody harrelson and philippine were hoffman had the same birthday that's it for this episode of you think you know movies mixture to subscribe like us on facebook follow us on twitter and get the latest movie and tv news on screencrush dot com it's to god women's basketball fan 600 espn el paso has you covered every minute every day it's eleven underpar after shooting a sixty five today at least three shots over matt kuchar under austin brooks are six shots under golfer had ever shot a sixty two a major south african rand increases the first to do with his third rounds featured eight birdies royal insiders michael tolerating grace sat down eight and wind i honestly didn't know on the green he hit it over with the second shot little bit law he was jacked up a little on adrenalin but not because it was history in the making eightpage did up on onto the green rolled that about three three defeat by made the pilot his caddy walked over to of zach shook his hand during the issue both brother and bring looked at it goes you talking freely had no idea a graces now fourunderpar seven shots off the lead the world series champion are only three games over five they're only one game behind the brewers cardinals scoreless in the second inning right now on espn radio hand the espn ask scoreless in the second inning in san francisco seen usa gold cup semifinal tonight against costa rica in arlington texas in seven schools leading the americans have never lost to costa rica with his for being the spurs he mixer timber wolves what's next for the latest on mike and mike monday at six eastern on espn radio within espn to oh you're listening to tear allowance on the northern madam podcast on espn radio.