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7 Trivia Questions on 'Iron Man'

Trivia With Budds

01:34 min | 4 months ago

7 Trivia Questions on 'Iron Man'

"Question number one. What real life billionaire inventor and recluse inspired the life of Tony Stark in the comics question number? One what real life billionaire inventor and recluse inspired the life of Tony Stark in the comics question. One question two. What three letter school did Tony Star graduate from at age? Twenty one with multiple degrees number. Two what three letter school. Tony Stark graduate from at age. Twenty one with multiple degrees question number. Three Mickey Rourke plays what villain in iron man to question number? Three Mickey Rourke plays what villain in iron man to question number four? What does the J. stands for in Jarvis? Which is the J stand for in the acronym Jarvis number four number five pepper potts? His real first name is after which of the original thirteen colonies number five pepper Potts Real? First name is after which of the original thirteen colonies number six? And what decade did iron man? I appear in Marvel comics question number six. In what decade Ironman I appear in Marvel comics number seven who disintegrates into iron man's arms at the end of infinity war number seven. What character disintegrates in iron man's arms at the end of infinity war number seven

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We'll hear crabbers but. no poison this guy this mob guy and then they leave the coffee shop they just walk down the street that's the end of the what are their no consequences for pouring lie into the mob bosses t just don't know but i love that movie do care if you seen puppy greenwich village i have not got to see it it's it's it's class airdrops eric roberts mickey rourke no oh dude yeah okay all right this is i mean this is like you know this is at the height of their of their powers when they made that movie they're great in it Yeah. It's a it's a it's, it's great man and. so yeah no that's that's back when eric roberts and and mickey rourke where you know like the hottest thing on the planet so but no that's a terrific movie that's a terrific just got very weird ending though i just just kind of just so abruptly ends that was like what spores line but they're both great in it and have you ever seen have you ever gone back and watched what i consider to be have i told you we talked about this what i consider to be the greatest except speech in award show history like by far the greatest acceptance speech mickey work for the wrestler yeah this in indie spirit yeah no that's a it's amazing well he goes on and on about air roberts getting and it's the seriously the best it's it's my favorite acceptance speech of all time is mickey rourke at the independent spirit awards and it's like six and a half minutes long it's fantastic it's fantastic and he goes he gushes on and on about eric roberts they cut the aircraft's he's just sitting at the table like shaking his head because he's like he's the best actor i've ever worked with he's talking about aircrafts and people he goes i wish people would forgive him for the stuff that he did because they both had some you know issues sure and give them a second give give him a second chance like i got And, and then he's like. he goes yeah because you know he's he's which one director in here would hire this guy's best actor ever worked with and forgive him for what he did and everything and then he'd get cut the aircraft and he's just kind of like on the verge of tears and stuff and the mckinnon mickey will end up being in jail before the end Now, the public Greenwich Village man. That's a took my. Legendary man. So. but the way you know who's in that movie tony masonic tony we from bird with the crystal house a little tony asante yeah he plays mob guy yeah what was the t._v. show is in toma toma that's it yeah the precursor to beretta it was the precursor to beretta i loved toma man when i was a kid i thought it was the in i've mentioned before but the the idea of that show was he was like a undercover cop who wore all kinds of different disguises Toma. All right. Here's Doug on WGN. Doug. coordinate all right what's up i i'd say oh got fellas godfather they're good i seen a lot more with bronx pale and chazz palminteri platon tony yeah Yeah. Oh my gosh..

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Six point seven K R O Q, and this is the Kevin being show after tell you. I am very impressed with Dave who is not walking around lording over everyone that he is already seeing interesting yet. But I mean, that's what I would be doing. You know, when I have a small win in my life. I make sure everybody knows about sure you're wins. I do that's very clear. Very different wins. Going to Kevin Kevin. Did you love the part where and then tell spoiler alert from the because the movie he saw last night. But it got us talking about this really is in the history of movies. This is one of the most remarkable. And certainly most profitable series of all time the fact that they were able to put together, by the way. Let's remember the superhero movies were not a big John rep with when I first onto the created it, and it looks like it's here forever. But they have put together eleven years and twenty two movies that are among the most successful. They've made over eighteen billion dollars with his n the foresight that had to be involved in the way, all of these storylines and characters interconnected. And in fact, they were able to make make all these movie with so many stars in them year after year after year and make it all work. It's a miracle. And overall, would you say what would you grade? Kevin you see everyone of except for gave. What would you grade the franchise? I mean, the French I feel like it's got to be at least a b plus a minus and that's fascinating because each movie along the way could have failed every single one like talking about comedy movies being semi new at this. But we've had things in the past clearly with superman and Batman, but you notice that they just kind of fall in quality over time. They have to be rebooted and they get good again kind of overtime again fall apart. This is something that was pretty consistent the entire time. Which is remarkable. And I guess now this really is talked about earlier with Dave this really is the end of the storyline. This is the end of the avengers storyline. Finnity saga? Right. So I guess it's kind of a good time to reflect on you know. Highs and lows of the franchise versus Kevin excluding game. What you haven't seen until Saturday? What's the best MC Phil split on this one? Because there been some fantastic Thor ragnarok and stuff like that would be my top five, but I really do have to say the original ironman sort of set the tone, and really sort of just killed had a lot of grief humor in it. I loved it. So every M C you movie since the first one has not been as good. I'm not saying that I'm saying. Favorite favorite, the best one that everything that came after? I was not as panther was. I thought it was in as well. I thought captain America's civil war was a I mean, I love all of these galaxy by the way. Yeah. With the sense of humor. I love just as much. I'm really not qualified to weigh in because I've only seen two of them. But the two of them I've seen are among the two best. According to you ironman guardians of the galaxy. Those are the ones I've seen so great. And I thought they were both the first avengers was very good. Yes. Agree as well. But I will say out of this list. I can't point to any that were terrorists. Again, two thousand eight they consider incredible hulk to be in the 0's that's the Norton own. So that's a bad movie. I also think iron man to the Mickey Rourke one is a bad movie. Those are my Jones. To was a good movie. Mickey Rourke was a weak spot in a good movie. Yeah. That's bad. That's not my favorite. What's your favorite three bounceback? Oh, you have to pick. What better my favorite? I will say I had the most fun in guardians of the galaxy and Black Panther same same. So I will say my favorites. Black panther. Wow. I mean, we're pretty much the same on the top five at the very least alley. What about yours? What about all the ones you've seen? Oh, you surprised by that? I I saw an man. Movie and that was because of Paul Rudd. Absolutely. Whittle. I saw that. I saw Black Panther. Great movie. Right. So tough argument to feud this you could put and I know this is a ridiculous thing to save. You can put ten movies in the top five house on how. Put them next to each other. Yes, one right followed by the paper. So it's a box. But you really like push it. Sitting on do you think this is a project for the Kebbi listeners to you know, we have a lot of people have seen all of the movies are almost all do you think that we could get some input on this about about the best like China rank the university so everything up till endgame, or if you've seen in game you can include that in your list, but we want to know what you loved, and especially if we're wrong and out side of the movie Jensen mentioned are there. Bad of injuries are any vendors movies bad, tell us why? And tell us what you love about it because you know, this is a turning of a page. You know, like you said earlier Jesse we'll still be seeing Black Panther will still be seeing captain marvel, but this invented stone. It's it's over after long long run. Take your.

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"That. Wit into song. Right. They're finished. They said nailed it. I'll tell you. I am very impressed with Dave who is not walking around lording over everyone that he's already seen adventures yet. But I mean, that's what I would be doing. You know, when I have a small win in my life. I make sure everybody knows about sure, but you have fewer wins. I do that's very very different wins. Going to Kevin Hayes. Kevin did you love the part where and then telling something spoiler alert from the because the movie he saw last night. But it got us talking about this really is in the history of movies. This is one of the most remarkable and certainly most profitable series of all time, the fact that they were able to put together, and by the way, let's remember this superhero movies were not a big John Robb with when I first onto the scene created it. And it looks like it's forever, but they have put together eleven years and twenty two movies that are among the most successful. They've made over eighteen billion dollars with this. And the foresight that had to be involved in the way, all of these storylines and characters interconnected, and the fact able to make make all these so many stars in them year after year after year and make it all work. It's a miracle. Yeah. Agree overall. What you say? What would you grade? Kevin you've seen everyone of except for 'em gave right? What would you grade? The franchise. I mean, the friends I feel like it's got to be at least a b has an a minus. And that's fascinating because each movie along the way could have failed every single one talking about comic movies being semi new at this. But we've had things in the past clearly was superman and Batman, but you notice that they just kind of fall in quality over time. And then they have to be rebooted, and they get good again, they kind of overtime again fall apart. This is something that was pretty consistent the entire time. Which is remarkable. And I guess now this really is as we talked about earlier with Dave this really is the end of the story. This is the end of the ventures storyline the affinity saga. Right. So I guess it's kind of a good time to reflect on you know, we are. I don't think that no highs and lows of the franchise like, for instance, Kevin excluding endgame what you haven't seen until Saturday. What's the best MC, Phil? I mean, I'm split on this because there been some fantastic Thor ragnarok and stuff like that would be my top five, but I really do have to say the original ironman sort of set the tone, and really sort of just killed had a lot of grief humor in it. I loved it. So every M C you movie since the first one has not been as good. I'm not saying that I'm saying. Favorite favorite, the best one that everything that came after? I was not a panther. Was was a thought it was in as well. I thought captain America's civil war was a I mean, I love all of these the galaxy by the way. Yeah. The ones that the sense of humor. I love just as much. I'm really not qualified to way because I've only seen two of them. But the two of them I've seen are among the two best. According to you, ironman, guardians of the galaxy those ones I've seen so great. And I thought they were the first vendors was very good. Yes. Agree as well. But I will say out of this list. Yeah. I can't point to any that tariff. Two thousand eight they consider incredible hulk to be the 0 saga. That's the Norden. So that's a bad movie. And then I also think iron man to the Mickey Rourke one is a bad movie. Those are my. To was a good movie. Mickey Rourke was a weak spot in a good movie. Yeah. Bad. I mean, that's not my favorite. What's your three bounceback though, you have to better my favorite? I will say I had the most fun in guardians of the galaxy and Black Panther same same. So I will say my favorites. Black panther. Wow. I mean, we're pretty much the same on the top five at the very least alley. What about yours? What about all the ones you've seen? Surprised by that? I am man. Great. Movie and that was because of Paul Rudd. A little. I saw that. And I saw Black Panther great movie. Right. So tough argument to be there. So few this you could put and I know this is a ridiculous to save. You could put Ken movies in the top five house. Or you're put them next to each other. Yes, one right followed by the paper. So it's like a box, but you really like push it a sitting on it. Do you think this is a project for the Kevin be listening to you know, we have a lot of people have seen all of the movies are almost all do you think that we could get some input on this about though, I assume so about the best like trying to rank the university, I su- so everything up till endgame, or if you've seen in game you can include that in your list, but we want to know what you loved, and especially if we're wrong and outside of the movie Jensen mentioned are there. Bad of injuries are any vendors movies bad, tell us why? And tell us what you love about it because you know, this turning the page, you know, I mean like you said earlier Jesse we'll still be seeing Black Panther will still be seeing captain marvel, but this invented Eastone, it's it's over after long long run, your your favorite movie or your five if you have one ready, also if you saw endgame, and you cried, I don't get it. Explain to me, why don't explain. The emotions like why are you are you crying? I know care. That makes me more. All right. While you're crying without saying what was on the screen at the time. Downhill? At the end of it. We want to hear from you. Clap in a movie theater. Nobody's hearing projection isn't even a person. All right. So we're wide open for M C. You talk. It vendors endgame game day here in all over the world. So give us a call in during the party, one eight hundred five zero one zero six we'll take your calls.

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You've worked with deniro with Pacino with the loan with Woody Allen like and you do impersonations of overwork was to loan. I just imitated him. Oh, yes. That was extensive my national connection. Imitate him. Well, do not Abed slows not bad blue. It's more Iraqis stupid Rockies. Joe? And salons actually more polished, then more like do not bad cinema. How about which is your favorite from among if you're doing an impersonation? I don't wanna turn you into a, you know, a trained monkey here. Already are. That's my job basically job description right there. Strained vocal monkey. You know, all my I stopped doing impressions a long time ago. So I'm like arrested in like nine thousand nine hundred eighty two that way up my favorite one to always do was young Eric Roberts, which is obscure probably most your, you know, who I'm talking give year. We are. So ready? We are so here hope aggrandize village Eric Roberts. It's hard to do it without cursing. But. They took my breaking down. Chanu? I took my thumb. I selected. Anka's areas with us. It's very good. I used to also like to do Mickey Rourke from back in the day again Popa Greenwich Village, 'cause Mickey Rourke now, it just sounds like a lot older actress sandwiches to just gravelly, but you know, back in the day used to talk like this. I don't understand why how do you get from this voice, the ultra ultra cool mellow tones of this talk. Yeah. Chino when a similar route young now godfather, Al right? Nice high calm voice chilling with rag new, but it was up here. And now. There's like a wounded. I don't know. He we have obsessed for ten years over the thing that he shouted at you in the chair in heat. He just he wasn't in heat in the movie heat. Yes, he is shouting because she's got a great ass. And he and I that I'm Mark is the tipping point on when Al Pacino went from movie actor to cartoon to took cartoon character. Yeah, he yelled because Donald. At me, which it terrified me. And if you watch that again in heat, you'll see it's all it's over my shoulder. I'm not on camera. But you see I just go Jesus. And he does that I'm not acting at all genuine terrify accurate. That was Hank his area. Asking Pacino not to hurt him. It wasn't in character at all. And then he actually add lived daughters. I'm sorry. Something happens to me when I think about. And all that say in the movie. You know, what happened there Michael man who directed that? He does like a hundred takes of everything, and I think Algis had lost his mind at that was like the ninety eighth time. He had to say, I need just started freaking out and yelling. And how about you? You just give slinging in the chair one hundred times you just had to take that version. I was young actor as it was one of my first things actually were shooting heat and the birdcage at the same time. And wow, those were the days. Yeah. That's what my glory days, frankly, and. You know, a always improvising a lot, and I didn't know if I could improvise back. I was too scared. And I asked Michael mention I improvised when when AL's. Improvising Michelman thought about it went. Okay. So the only improvised line of mine was Jesus who are now. Down me, and it made it into the movie, which was real absolutely donlevatar. It is an honor to be here at seeing poppy in person, you're like a Cuban iota. You're wonderful. Also, you have a normal shaped head which is nice because the question, though, what the heck happened to you. Jim. Stugatz America his head starts off. Okay. At the top. And then by the time it hits his ears. It just eight expands out. That's the calories usually have the world's only apple bottoms scope as the king say, it's T H SCC thick my friends, so good on you live with our show with a Stu gods on ESPN radio hankins area in.

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"You know, what do you think about all the talking like with counter or Floyd or I don't I don't have the temperament to stand there? And listen to it. Yeah. Yeah. So I would prefer not to say anything. Anybody just remained quiet. But it's really hard when somebody's three inches away talking. She lock it smack in push as part of the game too, though. Yeah. Yeah. The game to you deal with. They've got a guy to depends. I do content. So good. Yeah. Yeah. And we'd lose it. You know? Yeah. I get it though, piss me off like the could be encounter fight. I mean, oh my God. That was I was f for that brawl. That. Well, that's why I like seeing the fight with Mike and. That big dude from the street. He had a problem with helmet screens. Mid screen. Mitch green? Blood grid. Last night was at that. Dan home. See this guy. Drink. And then then I'm. Shit. What how? Talking too much talk as a oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I can take drinking early know you. Dance. But that was fine. I was looking forward to seeing. Yeah. Yeah. We'll Mickey what are you up to these days man, we need to give Makita told? I'm just looking for supermodel. With that. I'm working with him yet right now is a very young director that I really that. I just did a film with and we wanna make a film with integrity. We're not looking to make like action mindless blockbuster interesting on that. No. That's not what I studied so hard. You know, for sure the actor am to do that cata shit. I don't like buddy that much to to how to to do that to make that much money. I don't I don't really give a fuck about money. And this I need to pay. My bills is other things to me that are more important. I mean at the end of the day, you can't take it with you. So, you know. Yeah. It is what it is. You get together for dinner. And there's always other dude that comes and he mistake fucking eighty or something and he's only talked about money making money. You'll be alive. What are you? I'm totally with. The book forever. Various man told you just teach you that is nothing you just a blurb entity. Yeah. The toad shows about fuck all that man man is just about spreading love and being you're being you're in your truth. So. Chuck thanks for coming in, bro. Always a pleasure. Always pleasure. Thank pre and Mickey to the house. Yeah. Doubt. Mike, another great one. Then this awesome. Very well. Until next time. We're out of here. Next time. Anyone? I'll see you when I'm looking at you. Picture meet Chuck and Mike together, absolutely..

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on KGO 810

"Back with Jeremy Corbelli. Jeremy we heard a clip from Mickey Rourke narrating your film. You know? That's that seems like that's quite a coup to get that guy is he a UFO guy. How did you get it? Yeah. Not not really a UFO guy. Look your he's a heavy hitter. That nobody thought I could do it. Nobody thought I could do any of this. I just wanna say, I don't just produce the movies, man. This is like in the Arturas style. Meaning I am fanatical controlling every frame. You know, this I film. I edit I do audio getting Mickey was because of a personal friendship. We we go to the same. I call it church the same tattoo shop, Mark Mahoney's shamrock social club on Sunset Boulevard. That's where we met I filmed with him before kinda tried to stab me in the ribs with the stiletto knife that time, but whatever I met him before. And we I'm not kidding. And we did talk a little bit about UFO's because you know, Mark Mahoney is really an idol, you know, he brings people together in this cosmic. Jason. And there was Mickey. So I heard him talk. And when I realized I was going to be able to make this movie and all my gosh. Everybody's telling me how I could fail. That's why I never told myself I was gonna fail because everybody else was telling me I'm gonna fail. I heard this voice, and the voice of a rabble, Matt. It's voice somebody who doesn't care, and it's a it's a guy willing to take risks. And this is Mickey Rourke. I mean, he was he was literally the first voice that I heard him. I had I wrote the script for him and on safe. And then the funniest thing is that he never received it. You know, you go through these managers in ages never received it, and I bumped into him I called Mickley Trump didn't do him in the shop. And I said, hey, man, Vicky did did you ever get the script, and he was pissed that he never got it. I think that's what made him do it. And yeah, he did it as a favor, and you know, he's gonna do the I was going to say I mean, his he's in a unique strata that would be a pretty pricey proposition. It would seem beyond what the budget of a regular UFO related documentary can handle it elevates it on so many levels. I mean, don't get me wrong. People don't understand this. I'm an independent filmmaker. My credit cards are maxed out. I put everything on the line. I mean, this is real when I tell you I do that, you know, and he didn't do it for free. But what my goal would still have been in this genre from day. One was first to learn the truth about UFO's second was to uplift visual medium of documentary filmmaking in this complex subject and to elevated on all levels. And I gotta tell ya. I've achieved both my dreams so far this is elevated it's got Mickey Rourke on mazing soundtrack artwork. I am proud of this. So let's talk about how. You gained access to Lazar. So you've you know after meeting Lear spending time with Lear hearing the Lazar stories from John Lear, you must have been salivating. I know that that was one of the first subjects when you came to to meet me is what we talked about. And I told you well, good luck. Because Bob would talk to you or not. It's really depends on what else is going on in his life at that time. But in general, he doesn't do interviews anymore. Every few years. I would twist his army at him to do it. But in general, he doesn't do it. You did it you got it. I did. And I'd like to say, it's my charming personality and my good books..

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Back with Jeremy Corbelli. Jeremy we heard a clip from Mickey Rourke narrating your film. That's that seems like that's quite a coup to get that guy is he a UFO guy. How did you get it? Yeah. Not not really a UFO guy. Look, he's a heavy hitter. Nobody thought I could do it. Nobody thought I could do any of this. I just want to say, I don't just produce the movies, man. You know, this is like in the Archer style. Meaning I am fanatical controlling every frame. You know, this I still I edit I do audio getting Nikki was because of a personal friendship. We we go to the same. I call it church the same tattoo shop, Mark Mahoney's shamrock social club on Sunset Boulevard. That's where we met I filmed with him before cutter tried to stab me in the ribs or the stiletto knife that time, but whatever I've met him before. And we have not getting and we did talk a little bit about UFO's because you know, Mark Mahoney is like, you know, really an idol, you know, he brings people together in this cosmic space, and and there was Mickey. So I heard him talking what I realized I was going to be able to make this movie. And oh my gosh. Everybody's telling me how I can fail. That's why I never told myself. I was gonna fill everybody out from salad me. I'm gonna fail. I heard this voice. And it's the voice of a rabble, man. It's a voice is somebody who doesn't care, and it's a it's a guy willing to take risks. And this is Mickey Rourke. I mean, he was he was literally the first voice that I heard him. I had I wrote the script for him and on safe. And then the funny thing is that he never received it. You know, you go through these managers in ages never received it, and I bumped into him. I cut Mickley tucked into him in the shop. And you know, I said, hey, man. Mickey did did you ever get the script, and he was pissed that he never got it. I think that's what made him do it. And yeah, he did it as a favor. You know, he's gonna do that. I was gonna say I mean, his he's in a unique strata that would be a pretty pricey proposition. It would seem like beyond what the budget of a regular UFO related documentary can handle it elevates it on so many levels. I mean, don't get me wrong. People don't understand this. I'm an independent filmmaker. You know, my credit cards are maxed out I put everything on the line. I mean, this is real when I tell you I do that, you know, and he didn't do it for free. But what my goal would still have been in this genre from day. One was first to learn the truth about UFO's second was to uplift visual medium of documentary filmmaking in this complex subject and to elevate it on all levels. And I gotta tell you. I've achieved both my dreams so far this is elevated it's got Mickey Rourke on mazing soundtrack artwork. I am proud of this. So let's talk about how. Regained access to Lazar. So you've you know after meeting Lear spending time with Lear hearing the Lazar stories from John Lear, you must've been salivating. I know that that was one of the first subjects when you came to to meet me, this is what we talked about. And I told you. Well, good luck. Bob will talk to you or not. It's really depends on what else is going on in his life at that time. But in general, he doesn't do interviews anymore. Every few years. I would twist his army at him to do it. But in general, he doesn't do it. You did it you got it. I did. And I'd like to say, it's my charming personality, and my good looks. I mean, honestly, George it was just I think I had a real curiosity. I believe that. I'm developing my talent in film making and I also wasn't pushy about it. You know, I respect it. I think the person Bob was already getting access to Bob makes him sound like, you know, something like he's area fifty one. You know, he's a person with these ceilings and a real life in a real wife, and, you know, real friends and family and people that went through this with him. So I think being respectful and the way I make films. I mean, you know, Georgia. I mean, it's not like, hey, what's up? I'll come for. A day. And I've got a whole crew. We're just gonna film and nine to five and here you go. I mean, I went and stayed with Bob for a week at a time a number of times, he came and stayed with me. I mean, it was like open book completely open book, nothing is off topic one hundred percent openness, and we did it based on safe, and we got there. So did you start small with a small idea? And then it got bigger or was he all in pretty much from the get-go. You know, honestly, he was all in from the get-go. That's always been told the wrong way. And and it's it's not the way it happened. You know, I always told him, look, you're a fascinating guy. I'd like to make a movie about your life, you know, about UFO's, and and what you're doing now. And all this. I know it was never anything less than that. It was always the Bob Lazar story. And I didn't know the first time I flew out there house like having Bob asked me to you know, he's guy come on out the social visitor. What I went out. I brought on my camera equipment, but I was not positive that we were filming movie. And so, you know, I said, look if we start this. I I'm all in. But I just you know, what do you want from this? I don't completely understand why you're opening up to me. Even though I've been asking, you know, I just want to see for the record Baba's are wanted nothing. The one restriction Babas are put on me about myself is that I couldn't lie. I couldn't make anything up to you know, create extra. And station. Listen, I mean, can you? It it blew me away. The misconceptions people have a Bob. I mean, look you will see in the film. It's not without its consequences when Bob talks. Did you give him the okay to cut stuff out the the right of last approval or something along those lines? I mean, clearly you had had to have some kind of assurance to him. They weren't gonna stick shift in them. All he told me is that I couldn't lie don's, y you know, I couldn't stabber Kate something. And so absolutely. When the film was done because there are very sensitive aspects to the film, which you will see when it's released and because of those sensitivities I needed him to look at it. And I needed to know that what I was saying wasn't misconstruing what he was. Meaning that's the kind of edit. I didn't give him final cut. That's not how it happened. There was a dialogue, and and absolutely his input was important because he could see things where his words would be twisted that I could see, but I'm gonna be honest right now too. And I think I think let's let's have Bobby honest about it when he first saw the film. Let's just say it wasn't the most positive response. I we now can see it in hindsight. Twenty twenty. That was the wrestle the tape from your hands moment that you had after putting everything I have on the line. I had that with Bob what happened and we'll let him explain it. But what happened was it? Brought up so much emotion. It brought up so much of the path. I did not pulling any punches and he saw that with his wife, and they're watching, and I think it just I mean, he was physically ill. I think the next day talk trying to talk with him, and it took some time to get there. So look, you guys this is you really have to understand I fought to get you this footage because I believe it's important. I believe it's important for you to understand who Bob Lazar is because it's very easy to dismiss a powerful message. This is a combative techniques that we use as Marshall athletes. My previous life is Marshall athlete. You dehumanize the messenger and by dehumanizing? Somebody governments do this intelligence agencies. Do this by doing that you try to kill the message people haven't doing that to Bob Lazar? So I want you to see who Bob is to make your own decision with clarity. That's what happened. It was not smooth sailing, George. There was a Russell in a way. I am aware. I'm aware that. So tell me this as for the focus of the film in the beginning was there any did. You wanna go down the laundry list of arguments that people have had about Bob Lazar? We know them very, well, they could be carved into stone. Where did he go to school? What was his job at Los Alamos? Was he really a physicist all that stuff? He the argument. He never worked out there at groom lake or Paphos. There is no S for at Pappas. All that stuff. Was it your mission to go down that list and address all of the objections or was it something different a more like get to know? Oh, Bob Lazar and make up your mind on a different level. I think that is a very kind of inch deep perspective that people have on making a film like this. I I think people start to understand my films as they kind of look at it over time. No, it was never my objective to rehash show old footage, and who I call it vintage footage interesting to say the same thing and try to make us position argument on it and go down the laundry list. Absolutely not. Here's why. Here's the important reason. Why everybody listening to the show, you know, Baba's are because he changed the landscape of the debate. He changed the landscape of Ufology. He changed your entire concept of UFO's in nineteen eighty nine when he came forward with you it happened, undeniable. But now the almost thirty years later, there are two generations, at least of people who do not know the Babas our story, these are people that don't know anything, but what they do. Now, they have a new reality. They live in. We didn't live in. And they know that our government has active programs to study foreign technologies. So now, finally we can show an entire new generation of people to Bob has our story. So no, it's not just a laundry list. It's so much deeper than that. Yes. I do tackle the hard issues, and there's a lot I put in some stuff I didn't. And it's an hour and a half movie with two hours of bonus material and go ahead and look at it all and you'll have more information, it will satisfy the brand new viewer. But it will also satisfy the diehards all they gotta do is get out of their own way and watch what I put in a cell. It's tricky. It's tricky deciding who your audience is. I mean, you know, there is the hardcore UFO buffs the students of of Ufology the people who read and dig into these cases, and there's some really good ones. There are casual fans who might read a magazine article or watch a TV show. Now. And then and then there are people who don't know Bob Lazar at all. But can you? I mean for the UFO people who have feasted on this story for a long time. It's hard to satisfy them to come up with something new that they haven't heard while also reaching out to a second audience. And the reason I'm asking that is in the context of the film about skin Walker ranch. You know, we in that project. We had shown footage that had never been shown before. And the scientists who'd worked on that investigation on the scene where they had done the work and people who had read the book, we're angry. This is not. No. So I wonder if if you're going to get the same kind of criticism here..

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:28 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Back with Jeremy Corbelli. Jeremy we heard a clip from Mickey Rourke narrating your film. That's that seems like that's quite a coup to get that guy is he a UFO guy. How did you get it? Yeah. Not not really a UFO guy. Look. Yeah. He's a heavy hitter. That nobody thought I could do it. Nobody thought I could do any of this. I just wanna say, I don't just produce the movies, man. You know, this is like in the artery style. Meaning I am fanatical controlling every frame. You know, this I film. I edit I do audio getting Mickey was because of a personal friendship. We we go to the same. I call it church the same tattoo shop, Mark Mahoney's shamrock social club on Sunset Boulevard. That's where we met I filmed with him before kind of tried to stab me in the ribs with a stiletto knife that time, but whatever I've met him before. And I'm not kidding. And we did talk a little bit about UFO's because Mark Mahoney. Is you really an idol, you know, he brings people together in this cosmic. Space. And and there was Mickey. So I heard him talk. And what I realized I was going to be able to make this movie. Oh my gosh. Everybody's telling me how I could fail. That's why I never told myself I was gonna fail because everybody out from me I'm gonna fail. I heard this voice. And it's the voice of a rabble. Matt. It's voice somebody who doesn't care, and it's a it's a guy willing to take risks. And this was Mickey Rourke. I mean, he was he was literally the first voice that I heard him. I had I wrote the script for him and on state. And then the funniest thing is that he never received it. You know, you go through these managers in ages never received it, and I bumped into him. I caught Mickley pumped into him in the shop. And I said, hey, man, Vicky did did you ever get the script? And he was pets that he never got it. So I think that's what made him do it. And yeah, he did it as a favor. You know, he's going to do that. I was going to say I mean, his he's in a unique strata that would be a pretty pricey proposition. It would seem like beyond what the. The budget of a regular UFO related documentary can handle it elevates it on so many levels. I mean, don't get me wrong. People don't understand this. I am an independent filmmaker. You know, my credit cards are maxed up I put everything on the line. I mean, this is real when I tell you I do that, you know, and he didn't do it for free. But what my goal would still has been in this from day. One was first to learn the truth about UFO's second was to uplift the visual medium of documentary filmmaking in this complex subject to elevate it on all levels. And I gotta tell ya. I've achieved both my dreams so far this is elevated it's got Mickey Rourke on mazing soundtrack artwork. I am proud of this film. Let's talk about how you gained access to Lazar. So you've you know after meeting Lear spending time with Lear hearing the Lazar stories from John Lear, you must have been salivating. I know that that was one of the first subjects when you came to. To meet me is what we talked about. And I told you. Well, good luck. Because Bob would talk to you're not. It's really depends on what else is going on his life at that time. But in general, he doesn't do interviews anymore. Every few years. I would twist his army at him to do it. But in general, he doesn't do it. You did it you got it. I I did. And I'd like to say, it's my charming personality and my good books. I mean, honestly, George it was just I think I had a real curiosity. I believe that. I'm developing my talent in film making and I also wasn't pushy about it. You know, I I respected. I think the person Bob was already getting access to Bob makes them sound. Like, you know, something like he's there fifty one, you know, he's a person with these ceilings in a real life in a real wife, and, you know, real friends and family and people that went through this with him. So I think being respectful and the way I make films. I mean, you know, Georgia. I mean, it's not like, hey, what's up? I'll come for. A day. I've got a whole crew we're just gonna film, and it's nine to five and here you go. I mean, I went and stayed with Bob for week at a time a number of times, he came and stayed with me. I mean, it was like open book completely open book, nothing is off topic one hundred percent openness, and we did it based on state, and we got there. So did you start small with a small idea? And then it got bigger or was he all in pretty much from the get-go. You know, honestly, he was all in from the get-go. That story's been told the wrong way. And and it's it's not the way it happened. You know, I always told him, look, you're a fascinating guy. I'd like to make a movie about your life. You know about UFO's and what you're doing now. And all this. I you know, it was never anything less than that. It was always the Bob Lazar story. And I didn't know the first time I flew out there house. I haven't Bob asked me. He's like, oh, come on social visit her what I mean. I I went out. I brought on my camera equipment. I would not positive that. We were filming a movie. And so, you know, I said, look if we start this. I I'm all in. But I just you know, what do you want from this? You know, I don't completely understand why you're opening up to me. Even though I've been asking, you know, just want to see for the record Baba's are wanted nothing. The one restriction. Bob was are put on me about my stone. Is that I couldn't lie. I couldn't make anything up to you know, create extra. Listen, I mean, can you? It it blew me away. The misconceptions people have a Bob. I mean, look you will see in the film. It's not without its consequences. When Bob talks. Did you give him the okay to cut stuff out of the right of last approval or something along those lines? I mean, clearly you had had to have some kind of assurance to him the working to stick a shaven. All he told me is that I couldn't lie. That's why I couldn't stabber Kate something. And so absolutely. When the film was done because there are very sensitive aspects to the film, which you will see when it's released and because of those sensitivities I needed him to look at it. I needed to know that what I was saying wasn't misconstruing what he was. Meaning that's the kind of that it didn't give him final cut. That's not how it happened. There was a dialogue and an absolutely his input was important because he could see things where his words would be twisted that I couldn't see I'm going to be honest right now too. And I think I think let's let's have Bob. Honest about it. When he first saw the film. Let's just say it wasn't the most positive response. I we now can see it in hindsight. Twenty twenty. It was the wrestle the tape from your hands moment that you had after putting everything I have on the line. I had that with Bob what happened and we'll let him explain it. But what happened was it? Brought up so much emotion. It brought up so much of the past. I did not pull any punches and he saw that with his wife, and they're watching, and I think it just I mean, he was physically ill. I think the next day. We'll talk trying to talk with him, and it took some time to get there. So look, you guys this is you really have to understand I fought to get you this footage because I believe it's important. I believe it's important for you to understand who Bob Lazar is because it's very easy to dismiss a powerful message. This is a combative techniques that we use as Marshall athletes. My previous life is Marshall athlete you dehumanize the messenger. And by the humor is in somebody governments do this intelligence agencies. Do this by doing that you try to kill the message people have been doing that to Bob Lazar? So I want you to see who Bob is to make your own decision with clarity. So that's what happened. It was not smooth sailing, George. There was a Russell in a way. I am aware. I'm aware that so tell me this as for the focus of the film in the beginning was there any wanna go down the laundry list of arguments that people have had about Bob Lazar? We know them very, well, they could be carved into stone. Where did he go to school? What was his job at Los Alamos? Was he really a physicist all that stuff? He, you know, the argument he never worked out there at groom lake or Paphos. There is no s for at Pappas all that stuff. Was it your mission to go down that list and address all of the objections or was it something different more like get to know? Bob are and make up your mind on a different level. You know, I think that is a very kind of inch deep perspective that people have on making a film like this. I think people start to understand my films as they kind of look at it over time. No, it was never my objective to rehash show old footage and they did finish. And just say the same thing and try to make position or argument on it and go down the laundry list. Absolutely not. And here's why here's the important reason. Why everybody listening to the show, you know, Baba's are because he changed the landscape of the debate. He changed the landscape of Ufology. He changed your entire concept of UFO's in nineteen eighty nine when he came forward with you it happened, undeniable. But now almost thirty years later, there are two generations at least a people who do not. Not no the Babas our story. These are people that don't know anything. But what they do. Now, they have a new reality. They live in we didn't live in. And they know that our government has active programs to study foreign technologies. So now, finally we can show an entire new generation of people the bobbins our story. So no, it's not just a laundry list. It's so much deeper than that. Yes. I do tackle the hard issues, and there's a lot I put in some stuff I didn't. And it's an hour and a half movie with two hours of bonus material and go ahead and look at it, all and you have more information, it will satisfy the brand new viewer. But it will also satisfy the die hards all day. Gotta do is get out of their own way and watch what I put in film. It's tricky. It's tricky deciding who your audience is. I mean, you know, there is the hardcore UFO buffs the students the of of Ufology the people who read. And dig into these cases, and there's some really good ones. There are casual fans who might read a magazine article or watch a TV show now. And then and then there are people who don't know Bob Lazar at all. But can you? I mean for the UFO people who have feasted on this story for a long time. It's hard to satisfy them to come up with something new that they haven't heard while also reaching out to a second audience. And the reason I'm asking that is in the context of the film about skin Walker ranch. You know, we in that project. We had shown footage that had never been shown before..

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on KNSS

"Back with Jeremy Corbelli. Jeremy we heard a clip from Mickey Rourke narrating your film. You know? That's that seems like that's quite a coup to get that guy is he a UFO guy. How did you get it? Yeah. Not not really UFO guy. Look, you know, he's a heavy hitter. That nobody thought I could do it. Nobody thought I could do any of this. I just want to say, I don't just produce the movies, man. You know, this is like in the Archer style. Meaning I am fanatical controlling every frame. You know, this I film. I edit I do audio getting Mickey was because of a personal friendship. We we go to the same. I call it church. This the same tattoo shop, Mark Mahoney's shamrock social club on Sunset Boulevard. That's where we met I filmed with him before kind of tried to stab me in the ribs with a knife that time, but whatever I met him before. And I'm not kidding. And we did talk a little bit about UFO's because you know, Mark Mahoney is like, you know, really Heidel, you know, he brings people together in this cosmic space. And and there was Mickey. So I heard him talk. And what I realized I was going to be able to make this movie and all my gosh. Everybody's telling me how I can fail. That's why I never told myself I was gonna fail because everybody offers valid me I'm gonna fail. I heard this voice, and the voice of our rabble. Matt. It's voice somebody who doesn't care, and it's a it's a guy willing to take risks. And this is Mickey Rourke. I mean, he was he was literally the first voice that I heard him. I had I wrote the script for him and on safe. And then the funniest thing is that he never received it. You know, you go through these managers in ages never received it, and I bumped into him. I called Mickley jumped into him in the shop. And you know, I said, hey, man. Mickey did did you ever get the script, and he was pissed that he never got it. I think that's what made him do it. And yeah, he did it as a favor him. You know, he's gonna I was gonna say I mean, his he's in a unique strata that would be a pretty pricey proposition. It would seem like beyond what the budget of a regular UFO related documentary can handle it elevates it on so many levels. I mean, don't get me wrong. People don't understand this. I'm an independent filmmaker. You know, my credit cards are maxed out put everything on the line. I mean, this is real when I tell you I do that, you know, and he didn't do it for free. But what my goal would still has been in this genre from day. One was first to learn the truth about UFO's second was to uplift the visual medium of documentary filmmaking in this complex subject and to elevate it on all levels. And I gotta tell you. I've achieved both my dreams so far this is elevated, it's got Mickey Rourke amazing soundtrack artwork. I am proud of this film. Let's talk about how. Gained access to Lazar. So you've you know after meeting Lear spending time with Lear hearing the Lazar stories from John Lear, you must have been salivating. I know that that was one of the first subjects when you came to to meet me is what we talked about. And I told you well, good luck. Because whether Bob would talk to you or not it's really depends on what else is going on in his life at that time. But in general, he doesn't do interviews anymore. Every few years. I would twist his army at him to do it. But in general, he doesn't do it. You did it you got it. I did. And I'd like to say, it's my charming personality, and my good looks. I mean, honestly, George it was just I think I had a real curiosity. I believe that. I'm developing my talent in film making and I also wasn't pushy about it. You know, I respect it. I think the person Bob was already getting access to Bob makes him sound like, you know, something like he's area fifty one. You know, he's a person with these ceilings and a real life in a real wife, and, you know, real friends and family and people that went through this with him. So I think being respectful and the way I make films. I mean, you know, Georgia. I mean, it's not like, hey, what's up? I'll come for a day. And I've got a whole crew. We're just gonna film and nine to five and here you go. I mean, I went and stayed with Bob for a week at a time a number of times, he came and stayed with me. I mean, it was like open book completely open book, nothing is off topic one hundred percent openness, and we did it based on state, and we got. So did you start small with a small idea? And then it got bigger or was he all in pretty much from the get-go. You know, honestly, he was all in from the get-go that that's always been told the wrong way. And and it's it's not the way it happened. You know, I always told him, look, you're a fascinating guy. I'd like to make a movie about your life. You know about UFO's and what you're doing now. And all this, you know, it was never anything less than that. It was always the Bob Lazar story. And and I didn't know the first time I flew out there. Like you having Bob asked me to you know, he's like come on out the social visitor. What I mean? I I went out. I brought all my camera equipment. I was not positive that. We were filming a movie. And so, you know, I said, look if we start this. I I'm all in. But I just you know, what do you want from this? You know, I don't completely understand why you're opening up to me. Even though I've been asking, you know, I just want to see for the record, Bob. Abbas are wanted nothing. The one restriction. Bob was put on me about my myself is that I couldn't lie. I couldn't make anything up to you know, create extra sensationalism. I mean, can you it blew me away? The misconceptions people have a Bob. I mean, look you will see in the film. It's not without its consequences when Bob talks. Did you give him the okay to cut stuff out the the right of last approval or something along those lines? I mean, clearly you had to had to have some kind of assurance to him the weren't gonna stick a ship. All he told me is that I couldn't lie. That's why I couldn't stabber Kate something. And so absolutely. When the film was done because there are very sensitive aspects to the film, which you will see when it's released and because of those sensitivities I needed him to look at it. And I needed to know what I was saying wasn't misconstruing what he was. Meaning that's the kind of edit. I didn't give him final cut. That's not how it happened. There was a dialogue and an absolutely his input was important because he could see things where his words would be twisted that I couldn't see I'm gonna be honest right now too. And I think I think let's let's have Bobby honest about it when he first saw the film. Let's just say it wasn't the most positive response. I we now can see it in hindsight. Twenty twenty. It was the wrestle the tape from your hands moment that you had after putting everything I have on the line. I had that with Bob what happened and we'll let him explain it. But what happened was it? Brought up so much emotion. It brought up so much of the path. I did not pulling any punches and he saw that with his wife, and they're watching, and I think it just I mean, he was physically ill. I think the next day. We'll talk trying to talk with him, and it took some time to get there. So look, you guys this is you really have to understand I thought to get you this footage because I believe it's important. I believe it's important for you understand who Bob Lazar is because it's very easy to dismiss a powerful message. This is a combative techniques that we use as Marshall athletes. My previous life is Marshall athlete you dehumanize the messenger. And by the humanizing, somebody governments do this intelligence agencies. Do this by doing that you try to kill the message people have been doing that to Bob Lazar? So I want you to see who Bob is to make your own decision with clarity. So that's what happened. It was not smooth sailing, George. There was a Russell in a way. I am aware. I'm aware that. So tell me this as for the focus of the film in the beginning was there any did you wanna go down the laundry list of arguments that people have had about Bob Lazar? We know them very, well, they could be carved into stone. Where did he go to school? What was his job at Los Alamos? Was he really a physicist all that stuff? He, you know, the argument he never worked out there at groom lake or Paphos. There is no s for at Paphos all that stuff. Was it your mission to go down that list and address all of the objections or was it something different a more like get to know? Bob Lazar and make up your mind on a different level. You know, I think that is a very kind of inch deep perspective that people have on making a film like this. I think people start to understand my films as they kind of look at it over time. No, it was never my objective to rehash show old footage, and why call it they did finish and just say the same thing and try to make us position or argument on it and go down the laundry list. Absolutely not. Here's why. Here's the important reason. Why everybody listening to the show, you know, Baba's are because he changed the landscape of the debate. He changed the landscape of Ufology. He changed your entire concept of UFO's in nineteen eighty nine when he came forward with you it happened, undeniable. But now almost thirty years later, there are two generations at least a people who do not. Not no the Babas our story. These are people that don't know anything. But what they do know they have a new reality. They live in we didn't live in. And they know that our government has active programs to study foreign technologies. So now, finally we can show an entire new generation of people the bobbins our story. So no, it's not just a laundry list. It's so much deeper than that. Yes. I do tackle the hard issues, and there's a lot I put in some stuff I didn't. And it's an hour and a half movie with two hours of bonus material and go ahead and look at it, all and you have more information, it will satisfy the brand new viewer. But it will also satisfy the hards all day gotta do is get out of their own way and watch what I put in a film. It's tricky. It's tricky deciding who your audience is. I mean, you know, there is the hardcore you up. Oh, buffs the students the of of Ufology the people who read. And dig into these cases, and there's some really good ones. There are casual fans who might read a magazine article or watch a TV show now. And then and then there are people who don't know Bob Lazar at all, but can you? I mean for the UFO people who have feasted on this story for a long time. It's hard to satisfy them to come up with something new that they haven't heard while also reaching out to a second audience..

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Back with Jeremy Corbelli. Jeremy we heard a clip from Mickey Rourke narrating your film. You know? That's that seems like that's quite a coup to get that guy is he a UFO guy. How did you get it? Yeah. Not not really a UFO guy. Look, you know, he's a heavy hitter. Nobody thought I could do it. Nobody thought I could do any of this. I just wanna say, I don't just produce the movies, man. You know, this is like in the Arturas style. Meaning I am fanatical controlling every frame. You know, this I film. I edit I do audio getting Mickey was because of a personal friendship. We we go to the same. I call it church the same tattoo shop, Mark Mahoney's shamrock social club on Sunset Boulevard. That's where we met I filmed with him before kind of tried to stab me in the ribs with the Stellato knife that time, but whatever I met him before. And we have not kidding. And we did talk a little bit about UFO's because you know, Mark Mahoney is really in Heidel, you know, he brings people together in this cosmic space, and and there was Mickey. So I heard him talk. And when I realized I was going to be able to make this movie. Oh my gosh. Everybody's telling me how I can fail. That's why I never told myself I was gonna fail because everybody out from me I'm gonna fail. I heard this voice. And it's the voice of a rabble, man. It's a voice is somebody who doesn't care, and it's a it's a guy willing to take risks. And this was Mickey Rourke. I mean, he was he was literally the first voice that I heard him. I had I wrote the script for him and on faith. And then the funniest thing is that he never received it. You know, you go through these managers in ages never received it, and I bumped into him I called Mickley bumped into him in the shop. And you know, I said, hey, man, Vicky did did you ever get the script, and he was pissed that he never got it. I think that's what made him do it. And yeah, he did it as a favor him. You know, he's going to do that. I was going to say I mean, his he's in a unique strata that would be a pretty pricey proposition. It would seem like beyond what the budget of a regular UFO related documentary could handle it elevates it on so many levels. I mean, don't get me wrong. People don't understand this. I'm an independent filmmaker. You know, my credit cards are maxed out I put everything on the line. I mean, this is real when I tell you I do that, you know, and he didn't do it for free. But what my goal would still has been in this genre from day. One was first to learn the truth about UFO's second was to uplift of visual medium of documentary filmmaking in this complex subject and to elevate it on all levels. And I gotta tell ya. I've achieved both my dreams so far. This is elevated got Mickey Rourke amazing soundtrack or at work. I am proud of this film. Let's talk about how you. You gained access to Lazar. So you've you know after meeting Lear spending time with Lear hearing the Lazar stories from John Lear, you must have been salivating. No that that was one of the first subjects when you came to to meet me. This is what we talked about. And I told you well, good luck. Because whether Bob would talk to or not it's really depends on what else is going on in his life at that time. But in general, he doesn't do interviews anymore. Every few years. I would twist his army at him to do it. But in general, he doesn't do it. You did it you got it. I did. And I'd like to say, it's my charming personality, and my good looks..

Mickey Rourke Mark Mahoney Jeremy Corbelli Mickley Bob John Lear Arturas Stellato Heidel Vicky Lazar
"mickey rourke" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Now he doesn't get any checks, you know, but I still get tricks merchandising and so on and so forth. Genius on your part, right? What's Peter doing right now, bro regretting that. Yeah. And I wish you would put out a record because he has talent. He still has talent, even though we seventy two, you know, you never to old. I mean, I just was in the hotel when before I split what's his name, I've met him in San Diego when he performed at the spectacles theater, who's that actives hint. The actor with the bear in the he was in a cowboy movie is and Mickey Rourke. Mickey walk has a beer? No, no. He wrote some greats who's married to Rita. Coolidge offer. Yeah, he's still doing it. Yeah, I, he's in his eighties now singing. Great. When I saw him at the spectacle said with Rachel, all he will. He stood up there along with an acoustic guitar and sang all the songs blew me away. We went backstage took some photos. He was very gracious. Did you do for the good times? Of course he did, right? Yeah. What was that film? He was in the stars born? No, the cowboy movie. Was it not the forgiven the? Was it the when I Jack, not when something like that. What comeback amac mind rose something with the rose. No. Looking up right now. I just wanna say McCabe and MRs Miller that was worn biddy it's not. I guess what the name of the film was very important. You guys go for yet. Pull up Christmas offenses movie, Pat, Garrett, and Billy the kid that. No. Some Jackson it, or it's got to be mid seventies. I would say Garin. Any late semi tough stars, born vigilante force sailor, fell from grace with the sea, Alison live here anymore. Bringing that about your Blume in love Cisco pike. What the hell you think of it might be compared IRA? He was in his cowboy movie and may Rachel also brought another couple and the guy Victor is a Kris Kristofferson freak, and he looked at is boots. And he says is I'll just say Cisco pike because that may have been the phone because those same boots you on Cisco pike and he goes, yeah, Jesus Christ forty year old boots. Yeah. Well, if fits good, you know, feels good wear it, you know. But how that guy's an insane fan. Recognize it's not like boots from right destroyer tour the Buzi war on the film. That's insanity. Really. Kiss fans are worse than that. I mean, they really distinctive boots. They have some crazy patterns. I didn't really take notice. I actually heard. After I left. But yeah, I mean the one when I'm concerned, what I'm confused about what I've done, I just call up a couple of people that are like have followed my career since day one. And they gave me the answer like that because I can't remember the dates. Well, he's is not your responsibility. Exactly. What do you I was writing this roller coaster? You know, you know somebody's to me, what was it like being in kissing the, hey, I goes like riding a roller coaster and not being able to get off because we just continually work. If we weren't touring, we're in the studio, aren't making a silly movie for hundred Barbaro doing TV or interviews or whatever it was just the nonstop roller coaster ride, but it. But it's also great analogy because when you left the group, they were not at their peak anymore. Like the music change a little bit. So it's almost roller coaster going down where you guys had the climb zip at around. I think they learn like a one of those kitty coast. Yeah, right. Sorry guys, but you know, once I left it kind of went down. Yeah. After you left Paul Jayme. Right? Good song. Yes, they always have and they always well, I mean on this new album mean Jean wrote two songs together. The first and the third. You know, that's the titles spacemen here. That's without you. I'm nothing. Yeah, my command. Yeah, which I gotta well jeans titles. I was going to say that those gene titles, but I wrote ninety five percent of the lyrics and she did as he's too busy trying to sell stuff. Caskets. Are you, you know, you're making the music and he's out there. We wrote effortlessly, we wrote those two songs and three hours you got together. You ingenious hadn't talked in years, right?.

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'Creed II': Michael B. Jordan risks it all for Creed-Drago Round 2 in new trailer

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:44 min | 1 year ago

'Creed II': Michael B. Jordan risks it all for Creed-Drago Round 2 in new trailer

"Were just watching Brian. The creed will not the trailer, but they have this sort of side by side because it's a, it's it's creed, son, yes. Donna's Adana fighting play by Michael Jordan Geragos leave. His name is Victor Drago played by Michael Jordan right that that would be a hell of an acting feet. The plot is I understand it from the creed to trailer, which I think was released today is that a donnas creed, the son of a Pollock creed will be fighting and trained by naturally rocky Balboa fighting Victor Drago the son of the site under on Drago who killed in what was supposed to be exhibition match. Just an exhibition, right? Apollo because rocky did not tell. Well. Did you turns out and you're right, Andy, the trailer did just come out today. So when have in right. I. They have is top and bottom sort of side by side comparison of rocky in a moment, staring down Drago in the new movie and rocky staring down Drago in the old movie and rocky four, which was eighty six. I think it's eighty six and and I was just remarking how dolph Lundgren kind of looks pretty good and looks like he's had less worked on than than rocky who. And if you look at the clip from rocky four still on it already started getting work done. I face the face. Rocky four is not the face that he hasn't raw just standard of looking like you've had less work than Stallone like that's not a high Bartik visible. Basically in less your Mickey Rourke, you're gonna pass. I'm just saying, doll flyer looks pretty

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This song is 161 years old today

24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

This song is 161 years old today

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Kids probably had to go back to school but i just think that is so strange now to go on a let's party everybody looked yard a key part in and talk to this person let's party so amber herd i think kirby's turn the fact she was married to johnny depp has had an onagain offagain relationship with eu and must for your and now was seen at sunset tower wish on ban your matic held firm may is heard my god is she ever time full hill liam him for him for san face because mps shag how his his his coloring several names there were some onscreen god to moisturizers oh you walter mitty the ben stiller remake among their because he's in that and i do that i was watching of god who is that old guy mathieu and you know now we haven't seen him at whenever the wrestler came out that might have been takes years ago yeah violent it was what we met sean penn that night at the four seasons on with mickey rourke ron jeremy and robin wright pan and um because she was still married to him and um judge josh rowland as well his wife diane lane and we were so and we sat at a tip or with sean penn and who you and i were are sold at how handsome he was in person and i remember telling her later he isn't i know i feel bad that i dumped deve him fame faith but you know you gotta moisture ace yeah well he desmond theme the care leaders and but she does i mean they all have romantic dating his years and i'm using romantic and quotations every single one of those guys that's a really good he learned mossy out six children with his first love you and then they get divorced doesn't have six children under five five or six years ira their job i mean johnny depp whose main drama oman and you know and then because even all the time james johnny depp was engaged he's always had very dramatic relations he really has now and sean penn madonna madonna rolling radia ever had like right away it's always madonna i mean in my mind though that series verging you think of that was there is neither they were.

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on WLOB

"And of course jay jay javeri yes i am it's six thirty seven and a bunch of celebrity birth these are going to start off with bob ladeco lisa bona alisa manet star of wads cosmi show but i particularly like they're in the mickey rourke film angel heart there was going i liked her and different world who's good nejat abso lease of been day let's see she's got to be unsafe 40s obviously forty two forty two or guy and we have uh sitting next to me we have a my my my we have cases wow wait a go well done i'm gonna go 45 zhao you talk about me voting sorry about when you get your pentagon sponsored train at another third of i must i must say 52 mixte's at old really i'm going to say she 48 fifty but one down for dip i'll go down by fifteen or turn she was married to lenny kravitz for awhile out them we have uh we have a of a woman here we've seen many times on tv and in the movies maggie is a long haul rally elena that it was gelling hall what is it not jilin hall never mind whether it's not listening to get into that come on let's go hot i had tied at exactly i would say this say she's forty eight okay well how about its casey casey all you yes i know the i'm with you i'm going on thirty nine thirty nine forty three forty two forty four okay you guys very close uh but she's just forty that's all just for you all right uh let's move up to a reality star i i'm not sure what shall we see in iran but we would certainly like to see her uh renee miss vicky patterson bob dickey patterson have no idea that is i'm gonna say thirty six i wanna casey i name was vicky patterson bob patasse's no it's not advice i'm gonna take a while didn't go thirty.

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"Christ can you even that is no one can do that but rick flair well i mean he's already said many times that if he made thirty granted an icty would spend fifty so we know the story and we know how it's going to go but it will still be fun or or at least yeah i really healthy i mean it's just it's don't i i'm just so thank god so many years have passed that you must don't hear anybody talk about the mickey rourke movie anymore right but i'm just so sick of that analogy you would hear that i would hear that constantly of like yours look the movie the wrestler put real yeah and it's like you know they did a summit either a profile of scott hall and he's like always like mickey rourke but for real rick flair isn't dead for thirty graenitz like mickey rourke prefer rio now it's it's and it's no none of that is in near those gentlemen are living in a trailer park cutting meet at a delhi still working shows they'll work and shows india leg and they're like oh you go to those wrestling shows in like high school gyms in american legion hawes oh it's like the wrestler but for real and it's like no you don't you know now i just hate how that movie portrayed wrestling wrestlers and especially independent wrestling yeah legats so pathetic like oh it's so pathetic you got the man and how and above all else how marissa's tale may was portrayed and that will allow now matt we don't want openended out gale the higher up don't opened this backup oh she sold an ugly are you fucking kidding me.

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"It's a downer are they going always got it be are they going mickey rourke on him no i mean they're just telling the story but but undertakers interviewed uh sean michaels mcmahon was a trailer um it's just like you know you got you got like sean michaels go like it's richard fluor is he's it's not rick flair rick flair is a like you know just being like rick flair has attendance penis he's got yeah exactly it's it's going to be a fucking downer man but you gotta watch it because thirty for thirty is not china like what would you call it k fehb anything right row they're you know they're going to give the straight down oh yeah we'll the best part is that it's it's yeah it's not wb yeah right yes exactly and there there is a just a free plug the thirty for thirty podcast i don't know if you guys have listen to that loan it's it it just started up it is we don't we don't dutyfree sao critic it's that's why i'm actually yeah we should get them to community to see the wire transfer before you bring up that oldest bone thing anymore the oldest in town podcast new episodes up today baby anita yesterday obeyed at a on a had gum and and did in the the ad sleigh we can't just have you given should weigh on i know i know i'm in talks with everyone down there it's going to be a thousand dollars we we we really call a civil that i pay myself off straight away so that's whatever onethird of a thousand as but yeah check out new episode oldest bone in town podcast with tom sibley anywhere podcasts can be download.

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"106 oh analyze this race needed to go in there there they are all tied a huge i am he is shaw shocked i'm showing them the cover of the ninety professor to the clumps uncensored directorates cut who directed the i think it was pete seghal you've got twin dragons okay i was the one where showing club and dan played twins trans or was it jackie chan play twins it's over jackie chan play twins okay and assure guess that from drillers also one where i believe jump club and in play twins yes and then there's double dragon which is made this of video game yes but then also what's the were with junk covet them damon dennis rodman called a doubleteam it see i knew is that it is called delo team i thought i was making it dirtier but that is what that movies close call doubleteam with denise richards with the mickey rourke i'm not seeing tanks richard cindy crawford who's the toshu lindt lindor of renault anyway they don't play by the rules is the tagline for doubleteam doubleteam so that's the box office airing following following opened only one theater made like a few grant but then christopher nolan would make another film and then more boy now spoilers you'll find out well there's he made more than one movie him more than one movie but from this he gets a nine million dollar budget to make his next movie three up pretty good and he gets to movie stars hot off the matrix.

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"mickey rourke" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"mickey rourke" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Or how about mickey rourke that's steroid enhanced loser who threatened to beat the dan president kennedy with a baseball bat the sixty four year old has been mickey rourke continue to call them the biggest i can't use the word s bag on the planet the loser actor the steroid enhanced actor then call milania trump a golddigger and a used dirty words about her what about the great robert de niro the script writer who seems to have earlyonset senility in october twenty sixteen robert de niro recorded a video saying you'd like to punch trump in the face remember de niro what he said it makes me sarin get this country has gotten his point this fool is bozo as one of the berry has he talked about how he'd like to punch people in the face does he will i got punched him in the face said the script breeder robert de niro the great star of the godfather movies so this continuum of the mental derangement syndrome is just to continue on the started a long time ago and i want to say something to all of you catholics out there because religion is the only thing that can save us right now i know say how are you going to a cut like that because of a certain point when a nation is being attacked from within like this by rats who are not jumping ship but gnawing at the sides of the ship to sink it the one thing we have left that they don't have is our faith in god and i wanna specifically refer to the catholic so listen to the show this morning i was speaking to a friend of casually mentioned daddy has a friend who really appreciated what i had mentioned the while ago that one of his friends a devout catholic was moved by my statement that catholic should not abandon their religion because of the socialist anti anticatholic pope my point being the church is bigger than a man and the pope is only a man he said he was really really move by that because he was ready to leave the catholic church but my point is the church is bigger than a man and the pope is only a man have we been talked to hate the seneca center will the same is true for the.

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