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Fresh update on "netflixing" discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Some of the fine films coming to Netflix this month. Inspired by the 2012 documentary, The film Loving portrays Richard and Mildred loving interracial couple from the mid South, who wanted to be married. But I tracked down and told by Virginia local authorities that they violated segregation laws and to stay out of prison. They have to stay away from the state for 25 years. Ultimately, the Supreme Court hears their case in a landmark civil rights decision. David O. Russell adapted the novel Silver Linings. Playbook to the screen is one, of course. Stars Bradley Cooper, who's been released from many months of intensive psychiatric care, moving back with his parents, played nicely by Robert DeNiro and Jackie Weaver. Very quirky but enjoyable romantic comedy. Finally, an Oscar winner for best picture and best writing out now is Spotlight. The story of the investigation into the church sex scandals by the Boston Globe's Spotlight team. A fine cast led by Leave Schreiber and Michael Keaton handling a very sensitive case. Just a few of the movie streaming this month. I'm Jordan Rich, WBZ Boston's news radio. Donald Duck, coffee or orange juice or chocolate syrup, just a few of the Disney related canned goods dating back to the 19 forties that are now up for bid. The bidding is underway through Van Eaton galleries. But we're told that final offers must be submitted by Today. 9 56. It was not that long ago. Temperatures were in the sixties, Remember? And now Snow is coming in quite a bit of it. WBC's Tina, Go with that story coming up next. In the news, A 10 o'clock, FBI, Her video elves are at.
Warner Bros to release all 2021 films on HBO Max and in cinemas on same day
"In Hollywood Warner Media has announced that a basically their movie slate Is going to be on its streaming service, HBO Max the same day that it opens to the degree that any movie can open right now or in the next months ahead in theaters. This is shattering the window that had been a foundation of the movie business in which movies playing theaters and then they move on to another platform and the studio's milk of the movie all the way through, you know, with DVD sales and going to a cable channel or whatever, and make a lot of money. That's what it has been But now we're in the streaming world and Warner's. I will say absolutely stunned everybody, including the people who made the movies that are going to now be in this what they call day and date arrangement. They didn't even give them a heads up. They just announced it. I'm too heard about this the night before, and I was telling everybody I could reach this see what they'd heard and people didn't know. They had kept this idea completely under wraps and shocked the town and Maura importantly, perhaps Warner's did not tell the feet Your owners that they were doing this and this is it. This is basically the beginning of the end of the theater business as we know it because Warner's is the largest studio in terms of output. And now we've got 17 films, The entire 2021 slate going direct to HBO. Max the same day there in theaters. These are Sequels to the Matrix Sequels to the conjuring. This is all of the Warners movies Big small and in between. And you know there's really no going back from this. I don't think because even though the CEO of Warner Media Jason Kyle are is already saying this is just because of the pandemic in 2022, we could reevaluate. I just don't see how you do that. This is their policy. 18 T bought Warner media to explicitly to start a streaming service and take on Netflix. They don't care about the theatrical business. And now here, it shows and I think you're really going to see a catastrophic End of the movie business as we know it. Yeah, I mean, I was texting with one of their competitors the night before this announcement, the spin was the theater business will be reborn, and it will become this much better experience and I'm like rolling my eyes and yes, they didn't go to the theaters. They didn't go to anybody because they knew that with the blowback would be they just dropped it And I will note something like Godzilla versus Kong. Legendary paid 75% of the budget for that movie and basically can't control its destiny Got an offer from Netflix wanted to sell. The necklace was blocked by Warners because Warner's paid the other 25% and had the deal that give it the power to block that sale. And then they wake up in the morning saying, Guess what? We're putting it on our streaming service. There's no deal in place. This is not how we do business in Hollywood. You don't just say I'm totally twisting your arm, but I may have pulled it off. I think there was going to be incredible blowback from film makers, producers all of their partners, this kind of behavior. It's a digital thing bloodless. Move, But I think in Hollywood, you're gonna find a certain amount of blowback. Yeah, they're gonna have to pay out all the talent because there are expectations of box office bonuses and back in that are cooked into deals when you do this, and we saw this with Wonder Woman when it went to streaming. You got to pay out the filmmaker and you got to pay out Gal Gadot, the star and Maurin importantly, though, there is a feeling that the theatrical experience is being threatened here and you mentioned yes that the theaters could possibly reinvent himself. Cells. But let's say this impacts theaters 25 30%. That is a significant hit that the theaters will take on. A lot of them will go out of business. As we know the hits or what Dr the theater business, and even a 30% decrease would cause many theaters to go out of business. Perhaps the ones that remain would reinvent themselves Great. But talent here I mean, think of someone like John to the director of in the heights. He specifically took this movie Toe Warner Brothers when Netflix was offering a lot more money because of the experience he had with crazy Rich Asians, which also spurned Netflix for Warners and got a theatrical release and became a huge cultural phenomenon. Because of that theatrical release, he went Toe Warner's thinking he'd get that again. Now he's getting day and date. That's not what he signed up for. Yes, I mean, just let me be clear. I'm not the one who said the theater business will be reborn. That's the dream of executive in this business. And as I said, Yes, he is a perfect example. John Hsu of what does he think of this? And what will he think? Next time? He has a project that he wants to take somewhere. Thank you, man. Thank you. That's meant
Fresh "Netflixing" from WBZ Morning News
"To crash reported by Route nine and Wellesley. Also reports of a crash on the ramp from route to getting to 1 28 North. In the Lexington out west of town. We're seeing some of that snow mixing in. So we've got reduced speeds on the pike headed out through Sturbridge out towards Palmer. Also along 84 heading down to Connecticut and along the 1 93 West Boylston, Rob Hackler WBC's traffic on the three Rob, Let's check the four day WBZ accurate. The forecast with Matt bends very windy conditions expected today, along with heavy rain phone highs from the mid forties. Potentials will fall through the day Winston Justice Highest 50 to 60 MPH near the coast. Watch out. Flooding on some roads and poor drainage areas are possible rain changes of snow for this afternoon and should fall heavily at times this afternoon into the early parts of tonight, Snow will accumulate 3 to 6 inches in the city and along the coast, 6 to 12 inches north and west of 1 28 with higher amounts north and west of 4 95. This will cause widespread travel difficulty along with power outages tonight. Very windy low of 31 degrees Sunday windy and cold sunshine. Some clouds high of 39 brisk into Monday with the high 36 I'm actually meeting all this map ends. WBZ Boston's news radio 43 degrees raining hard in Salem that this morning 41 degrees in Milford, the rain coming down hard in Taunton, where it's 43 degrees. Here in Boston Rain and 43 at 9 55, Jordan. Welcome to now streaming with Jordan Look at some of the fine films coming to Netflix this month. Inspired by the 2012 documentary, The film Loving portrays Richard and Mildred.
Woman seriously hurt by tiger bite at Carole Baskin big cat sanctuary
"At Carol Baskins Big Cat Rescue in Florida. Tried to rip off a worker's arm. Baskin and the zoo were made famous by the Netflix series Tiger King. The volunteer was seriously injured, Baskin says. Ah, Tiger name Kimba bit. The volunteers are most she was reaching into a cage to unclip adore during feeding. Over. She felt around trying to use my family as attorney used his bill, look better. In an interview with inside edition, Baskin said it is against protocol for anyone to stick a body part into a cage with a cat in it. The volunteer had been with the place for five years. She says she doesn't want the tiger to quote come to any harm for this mistake and quote. Died for the
Glenn Close, 'Hillbilly Elegy'
"Hi everybody. I'm peter travers. This is popcorn What's happening at the movies and my guest today. is glenn. close one of the best actors on this planet. You heard it from me and you heard from everybody else. That caesar in anything you people need to get now busy on netflix. And watch glenn. In hillbilly jay where her talent is shining on its highest being. So congratulations to you. God thank you peter. Thank you very much. And i'm looking at you and when i see you and you'll be billy algae i say who the hell is that. What about this transformation that you make to play this character. Well you know. It started. When i when i knew i was going to do memo is started with. I can't be distracted by my own face. I can't you know if i think the audience sees my face. I'll be very distracted by that though. I called matthew mongol reading. Oh genius makeup artist. Special effects makeup in mossy oak own views is done my wigs for practically my entire career and they had done also janet mcteer ni- and albert and matthew came up from texas where he's kind of semi retired when i still had a house out you know in westchester and we sat in my kitchen and he experimented with with shapes because it was really amazing. How just a very slight alteration of its shape of your nose for example can take your own face away so It was that and also mammal in life had big ears so he added you know size of my ears in my ear lobes. In the night. I curl my hair and made it all frizzy and ron came over because he just lives over the border in connecticut and he was kind of he was convinced because it i of course you know you worry about the time taken in the chair in the morning with any kind of percents but this was actually you know just slight difference of the nose and ears in it. I i was reading an hour every day But that was the beginning. And i we were given a portrait of mammoth fabulous portrait for slightly looking up with the big glasses and her hair and that was kind of what we went on. And then eventually saw videos from the family of her inaction laughing surrounded by kids pulling a wagon and then i the thing that was most valuable for me was to have one on one with bev with lindsay with a cousin with jd. And just saying okay. How did she sit. What did she wear. How did she hold her cigarette What was her voice like what. What was your energy like when she came into a room. What was her house like. So just very specific things not to pretend i was her but to somehow find the essence of this woman. Who is just. I mean loved feared feared and loved. When you get a property like this. I mean let's start by that. How did it come to you. He'll billy allergy. Who showed it to you. I said well. To tell you the truth. I read the book you know. Not long after came out because i wanted to educate myself kennedy. Was it her. She made the wonderful wonderful documentary about the hill. People that i remember vividly. But that was more like the shacks in the moonshine. And that's kind of the cliche and cliches are uninteresting. And i think cliche can lead to people being stigmatized and i think this group of people have been stigmatized. And then i heard that ron was had gotten the rights was developing the script and i wrote him a note and i said when you're thinking of memo please think of me thinking never in a million years would you. Because it's not like casting that you would necessarily leaked to. But then he got exciting for. You is the best thing about exciting new territory. And that's the essence of what we do right. I mean we were. We explore the human condition. And you don't want to go over territories spiritual emotional psychological that you've done before and so this was a great great journey for me to to learn about mammo to meet her family. I really believe i. It's just a fact that all great drama is based in family and you tell a very specific story about family and it has repercussions for everyone matter who they are and and that to me is the value of making it authentic and honest because then people can say they they almost subliminally will link it to their own lives. I heard that you met her son. Oh yes yes. He came settled. So what did he say when he's looking at you playing her and in a way reproducing this woman who's gone now he couldn't believe it. I mean the thing when the family and they came later when we were like a bunch of them came on on the day that i shooting the scene with little jd when he's I've told that he has to give his p to his mother and they came onset set. We're we're on a location. And some of them started crying. They somehow whatever we found was the mammal that they remembered and her son came came in another scene and he had to leave because he got so emotional. So that was really gratifying. I think we wanted to do justice. And we wanted to in way carry on the legacy of mammal. I women all over the world who are mammals you know. Always a yankee game sat next to a grandmother and grandfather. Taking care of their ten year old grandson. And i think he'd oh my god no retirement for them. I said their daughter was unable to take care of them so they were raising their grandson and it happens a lot in this country that know. We see every time we turn around to do that. And i say from the specific comes the universal to do that. But i think it's going to have an effect watching this movie now because all of us many of us even if we're lucky enough to live in some kind of bubble where we have. Some family members with us isn't going to be a thanksgiving where we can all get together in large kind of group. it's just impossible with this pandemic. How are you living with. Pandemic there in montana. We'll see interesting. Because i've not achieved as much creatively as i wanted. I wanted to really really right. Haven't and i'm not sure why not be. I think it's brought a kind of sometimes. I feel like. I'm spinning my tires. You know in in the mud and not getting a traction. And but i make sure my sink is clean all the time. My kitchen isn't border. You know i make i will. Do i think that every day going. After the i kind of the little things to keep my life in order that have been important but he things are building. I think i would like to think that a great great era of creativity for for all of us who are in the are artists will come out of this. Whether is you know something's just stating whether you're aware of it or not. But it's there it's going to happen
Volunteer bitten by tiger at Carole Baskin’s Big Cat Rescue in Florida
"Volunteer. Who feeds the animals. Carole baskin's big cat rescue in. Florida was bitten and seriously injured by tiger this morning in an email to the associated press baskin said. The woman did not follow protocol when she reached into an enclosure to open it by herself and the tiger grabbed her arm and nearly toward off at the shoulder. Baskin who was the subject of the netflix series. Tiger king says the volunteer doesn't want any harm to come to the tiger which is now in quarantine for thirty
Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue sanctuary speaks out after tiger attacks volunteer
"In Tampa, Florida, There was prominently featured in the Netflix series Tiger King has been bitten. NBC's Mark Remillard reports had rescue volunteer candy Cowser was bit while feeding a tiger name Kimba. According to a statement from the rescue run by Carole Baskin, who was heavily featured in Tiger King. The rescue posted a video Thursday of other volunteers talking about what happened. I could say that the army is detached in the shoulder. That it's barely hanging on my little bit of skin underneath s O. I didn't need it Leave. There's anything under there, so I put pressure underneath the armpit. We have Venus, the statement says Cowser was bit when against protocols she reached into a cage during feeding Marco Malard ABC News Counselor was conscious conscious
Hulu officially launches its co-viewing feature, Watch Party
"Hulu released. Its co watching part watch party feature to all subscribers weather ad-supported marshall free tears. Everybody gets to watch stuff together. So clicking on the watch party icon when viewing on demand show in hulu will then link that can be shared to watch the program. Together with up to seven other hulu subscribers ought to be subscribers. But you can do it together. Watch party includes an integrated chats. You can chat along with folks. The feature was originally released as a test for just commercial free subscribers back in may so i guess they probably have enough data to say. I think everybody can benefit from this. Now if you pause something whether it's a movie or tv show. It won't pause the movie for anybody else and then when you return you can either choose to stay back or click to catch up and get back in sync with everybody. Probably what a stat at chad. If you're ten minutes behind though amazon twitch hbo plex instagram. And facebook have all launched co watching features this year. It's all the rage and third parties. Offer co watching for netflix. And other service
Anthony Fauci expected to meet with Joe Biden's transition team Thursday
"This is a probably the most fraudulent election that anyone's ever seen. President elect Joe Biden and Dr Anthony Fauci are scheduled to hold a teleconference today. I'm looking forward to it, it likely will be the first of a Syriza's of normal type of transition undertaking, she says. Normal transition items such as the state of vaccines and the overall Corona virus pandemic are on the agenda. A central Texas mayor regrets vacationing in Mexico while telling people to avoid travel due to the coronavirus, I know that in my position, I need to send a clearer message. I'm sorry I took that trip. It was a lapse in judgment, and I want you to know that I apologize. Austin Democratic Mayor Steve Adler says he didn't violate any coronavirus health orders When he traveled in early November after his daughter got married. The mayor admits to being worried the trip could be used to justify risking Behavior. Ah, volunteer at the Big Cat Rescue made famous by the Netflix series. Tiger King is recovering after a gruesome attack today, officials say the volunteer at the tap of facility nearly had her arm ripped off while feeding
Carol Baskin helps to ban most big cat ownership
"Congress has taken up legislation pushed by the star of a popular Netflix so correspondent Jim Krystle a has the story The US House is set to pass legislation banning the private ownership a big cats like Lions and Tigers, Tiger King star Carol Basket and her husband, Howard's organization. Big Cat Rescue have spent years lobbying for such a move. Are you cool cats and kittens? It's Caroline Big carrots, and these are some of the cats at the sanctuary. The measure would allow existing facilities to keep their big Cats, but would prohibit most contact between the public and the animals. As lawmakers consider this bill. Someone was bitten by an animal this morning at Baskins reserved Officials haven't provided details, but they say the victim's injuries are serious.
Elliot Page to continue role on ‘The Umbrella Academy after coming out as trans
"Assed transgender. He now identifies as they are. He umbrella academy already adjusted. The credits of the show. Cool the name change. But there's been some discussion about the role of Vanya and whether or not the role should be recast. Now that the actor identifies his mail or non binary, and I think that would really be up to Elliot, not fans were people. But Netflix announced that Elliot, in fact, will continue as Vanya in season three. They said, you know, can't wait to have you back. We're really excited. But these re casting conversations. You know, they're happening More and more. There has been some re casting like that show big mouth. Also, Cleveland Brown has been re create castle on the show. We all love family guy, right? And I don't think they've got a new voice of a pool yet. I don't think this area cityscape stop doing the voice that that is really in some ways. What started I believe the bigger conversation about people voicing its big an animation where they go shouldn't be voice. Character is portrayed as Asian American Africa, Mary Whatever shouldn't be voiced by an actor that actually represents that race or and then the gender conversation has happened as well. And people have got when their people that were upset about was the limbless the limb. I forget the property and I'm sure I'm not going to say the politically correct term, but the you are attempting to be nice, but it may not happen. Go ahead people without a limb. They were upset because they were using CG. I, too. Get your bag with some pinky. You messed up. There was a little Linda. The limbless community was not happy. I'm not kidding. They were smashing nubs on the keyboards and ready to go. They were not happy because people were using CG I or something like that. That's a real thing now about the re casting and And, yes, the Cleveland Brown one. As you know, they have a new voice for Cleveland Brown now, but I think he's a guy that was just doing he was like an Impressionist was doing an impression of the Cleveland Brown voice, millions and millions and millions of followers and getting a lot of credit for the job he's been doing, but he's been doing it with no stakes. Really. He's been having fun with it on YouTube. Yeah, but that could get you a job now and it did. All right. His name's there. Reefs it here.
House passes 'Tiger King' bill to ban private ownership of big cats
"Tiger King story that has passed, uh, has been is set to be passed by the House of Representatives today, so this will be called the Big Cat Public Safety Act. It will ban private ownership of big cats like lions and tigers. It will put these people who became famous on Netflix out of business, which is Which is good, because the way I watched this Tiger King dude function, it was pretty disgusting. And as I watched the show And I did watch it. But as I watched it, I thought, I don't know why people are liking this. This guy sucks. He's breeding cats, knowing he doesn't have the money to take care of them for the life of the cat. And then the whole We gotta take the gather money from the bomb before it even has a chance that like the whole thing is shady and suck something, lad. Yeah. I mean, it did seem like in watching
Elliot Page to continue role on ‘The Umbrella Academy after coming out as trans
"A show on Netflix called the umbrella academy and it's already in its second season, apparently, and on that show, Ellen Page. Now, Elliot Page has played the role of Vanya Hargreaves, who is a cyst, Gender, lesbian and a cyst. Gender lesbian is essentially a woman. Who is a biological woman, and also identifies as as a woman. But who is a lesbian? So so it's a lesbian. Right? It's a lesbian. Who, and that is the role that Ellen Page has been playing. And so now, people rightfully have asked, isn't it? Isn't it appropriate? Then that Elliot Page give up that role for someone who actually is a cyst? Gender lesbian? Because, as you know, there have been lots of people who have had to give up. Trans roles because they are not trans Scarlett Jo Hanson, For example, she had to pull out of playing a transgender role in a movie called Robin Tug, and 2018 worry. I know what was the name E was hoping that you wouldn't pick up on that. That's the actual name of the movie. It's the actual name of right and Halle Berry was also considering playing a trans man. And then backed out because she got so much criticism for it. And she was like, Oh, God, I'm not gonna do that. I need to be an ally to the LGBT community. So if that's the case of these are the rules, then why does Elliot page get to continue to play? Lesbian woman. So that look from sitting here in my straight male perspective, which I realized disqualifies me from ever commenting on anything, but I'm gonna I'm gonna take a stab at it here on these flamethrower radio airwaves that go from Ohio, Illinois. It's I don't care what you do right? You do you as long as there's a harmony. What one else you call yourself whatever you want to, But it's society now forces me to embrace it. And celebrated and right. And if you don't not only embrace it, but celebrate it, then you're a bad person. I don't care what you do, but I'm not throwing you a parade or making special rules just for you. And I and I agree with you, and I also think it's absolutely fine for Ellen Elliot whoever to play to continue to play whatever character He was he was playing. But don't then turn around and say that Halle Berry can't play a trans man like that. Either. We have the rules or we don't have the rules. But we can't have a bunch of rules that on Lee apply to some people some of the time and that's what's so crazy And this conversation is important because it's a part of a broader thing that government does all facets of life where the government picks the winners. And the losers, whether it's tax policy or freedoms and liberties or abilities to do things, it's an important conversation because this happens all the time. We weren't equal people. There are winners and losers in all facets of our existence. And this is a just a great example of that. Do whatever the hell you want to do. Call yourself whatever the hell you want to call yourself, but you are not special. Exactly. That's exactly right. And I think that you know some of the people that are asking these questions, and they're I think they're right to ask the questions because it's it's fair to ask. But others are saying Well, straight. People don't ever have to worry about losing out roles, toe trans people, and so that's why this is different. No Either. There are rules or there aren't rules, period. Let's
Discovery's reality-heavy streaming service launches in Jan 2021
"Service discovery Is launching discovery plus next month. It'll be 4 99 a month. 6 99 without ads. That's much cheaper than both HBO. Maxine Netflix. It's also just about the same as the new peacock
'Selena: The Series' sings nostalgia
"A new series about the late singer. Selena is about to drop on netflix. Aaron lim caught up with the star talking on the taking on the iconic role. And get this you guys. Jennifer lopez has already given her her blessing. Playing selena was tight landmark moment in my career. I was so excited when i saw the trailer and heard about it from big part of my life. I can't wait to see it. Jennifer lopez rocked theaters s to hanno singer. Selena back in nineteen ninety seven and now a new star is taking over. That is so good to talk to you. I just have to ask you as a latino yourself. What does selena mean to you. I grew up admiring and listening to selena. And you know she's an icon. Surata stars in selena this friday on that flicks them excited for new fancy lives in. Selena is my iconic that portrait right there. I have her right there at all times. Twenty five years after her shocking murder selena's legacy lives on having the family involved. It's just been so amazing. Because it gives us this incredible insight into for life before she was the star that we know her should be. Now how did you prepare for the role. I just did a very deep dive on all things. So i tried to find as many photos as i could. She's from a very specific region in south texas. And i wanted to perfect dot as much as i could the vocal coach even though it is salinas. Singing just wanted to understand how she say and moved her mouth and her stage presence. We had an incredible choreographer. The show it gives me chills so many times. I've cried like it's just. It's so exciting. I'm just really happy to be telling this story again.
God's Favorite Idiot: Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone to star
"McCarthy and Ben Falcone. If I'm saying that, right I may be wrong, are set to start in a new comedy. Siri is God's favorite idiot, and it will premiere on Netflix and will be the sixth time the two have worked together. I'm trying to think of the other things. Was he and bridesmaids? Yes, Yes, right. They were in something else together. And they were very funny like she was like the character was kind of like, you know, like, like I would ever go out with you kind of Thing, which is always funny when you know they're really married. Yeah, so that that that should be a good serious. I'm looking forward to that myself. And Starbucks is
Miley Cyrus leads celeb support for Elliot Page as star comes out as trans
"Movie. Juno has come out as transgender elliott page announced the news on instagram. Yesterday saying he is trans and his pronouns are he or they. This is a big announcement from one of hollywood's most recognized actors as ellen page. He started several critically acclaimed films including two x. men movies inception and like we mentioned no most recently. He's starring on netflix's the umbrella academy and ready reports page will continue to play the role of von. You hargreaves in the series page. Says he feels lucky to be able to share his authentic self and also acknowledge that trans people deal with a lot of abuse violets page has received an outpouring support from stars like miley cyrus and companies like netflix. An mtv
Zoom is Apple's most downloaded app of the year
"Every year. Apple comes up with the chart of the most downloaded apps of the year. And this year. The number one you guessed it. Zoom cloud meetings the app. Change the way we work in learn from home. It's the most downloaded iphone and ipad app of the year. now apple doesn't release sale stats four year end charts but it just notes which apps were more downloaded than the others ready for the list. Scott a lot of familiar names in their tiktok the controversial social app that president donald trump sought to ban is number two followed by disney plus youtube in instagram last year. Youtube was the number one most downloaded app now. The rest of apple's top five has some more familiar names like facebook. Snapchat facebook messenger g mail and the cash app which is a social payment app like then mo. I've always wondered because i do this year. How is it possible that somebody didn't have facebook on their phone that somebody was new to g mail that somebody was nudie youtube. How these apps like old. But that's the way it is on the ipad. Zoom was also the top app followed by disney plus youtube netflix. Google chrome tiktok amazon. Prime video g mail hulu in google classroom. You'll notice ipad. Google chrome even though people had the safari browser. They preferred having google chrome which is interesting now apple also at this time of year comes up with aditorial picks for what they think are the best apps of the year. Let's run those down iphone app of the year wake out. That's an exercise app that offers quick workout routines that can be done in minutes as short breaks such as using pillows or pots and pans. You'll have to pay for the app. It starts at five dollars monthly the mac after the year. Fantastic how this is another app. That's been around for a long time like ten years. It switch to a subscription format and twenty twenty. It cost forty dollars yearly. There is a free version but most of the good stuff comes with the payment. It's a great app. i've been playing with it. And i'm actually hear more about Fantastic health tomorrow with an interview with michael simmons simons who's the ceo and co founder of the app. His idea is to have a more robust calendar app and the subscription brings in use among max iphones ipads and apple watches and features like extended weather forecasts and adding and starting zoom meetings within the app. The apple tv app years. Disney plus the top game is against an impact which is a role playing game from chinese developer me jojo and it was selected for the iphone. Google play also selected it as the best android game.
'Juno' star Elliot Page shares transgender identity
"For an Oscar for Juno in 2008 and is also the star of the hit Netflix series. The umbrella academy. This family's amazing and Ellen Page is now Elliot Page announcing on Instagram that he is transgender and an emotional post page says he feels joy in making the announcement but also fear knowing that Trans people are often victims of discrimination and violence. He calls out political leaders who he says criminalized trans health Care and deny the right to exist, noting he won't be silent in the face of their attacks, and we'll do everything he can to change this world for the better. Correspondent Jason Nathan's son. The New season of Jeopardy kicks off
Lucia Lucas: Cracking Operas Trans Glass Ceiling
"Begin with. I want to go back to when you were first coming out. Was there any president or other openly trans opera singers that you could look at to see how being out might potentially affect your career. No actually this is sort of been a rule book that i've written myself over the last six years. Because there wasn't there was some professional singers who previously have careers. Who then transitioned so. There was a little bit of an idea what might happen with my voice which is not much and there was a little bit of an idea. About how the business might treat somebody. Who is trans like examples of it but nobody who was on the stage performing. It was just sort of a. How does this all work. So i had to decide how i was going to handle each individual thing and hopefully it was in a good way. Oh in so in essence to use your word. You're like writing the rule book for every transfer. Sinha fall you. I mean it's my real book for me. But i do hope that if i'm doing my best that at least administration in different opera houses can see that. It's possible that it's possible that this private thing this this very thing very specific to somebody can exist only in their personal life and it doesn't need to exist on stage. The opera doesn't need to be reworked. Nothing needs to happen. You can glue a beard on. And i'll go out there and i'll sang an it's fine and i don't care and i just want to keep doing my job you know if i'm missing. Baritone i just wanna go sing baritone really well and so now you have been. Al came out officially in two thousand fourteen. How welcoming have you found the opera world. Well the public in opera houses. They're typically a little bit more conservative than the people who are performing. But i will have to say that they're way more understanding and willing to at least inquire instead of shutting down somebody who is not someone who they're used to seeing on stage. We're seeing more and more start to break down. I think that that comes with so many tv studios. That are existing. Now there's more tv studios than have ever existed. You know we have. We have netflix amazon. We have who. We have apple with their own series. You don't have to make you know forty million or opening weekend. You're not playing to that many people in a theater. You can play to niche audiences like everybody doesn't have to like it and it setup that we ended and it's beautiful that way we can tell specialty stores to specialty people. You know one. Massive difference between hollywood and opera in correct me if i'm wrong but you have almost only played male roles and that is how your career is likely to continue. Is that right. Yes the majority of characters that i play in my mainstream main stage career are men specifically angry men between the age of thirty five and fifty. That's that's my talk. So the focus. What type of voice you have. And so because of the characteristics of your voice of the timbre and like the notes you are in that category almost only for opera. Yeah i mean unless a new composer wants to right something else which is actually the case with tobias picker. She's writing the danish girl for me. You know that's kinda something special and that's because the composer said hey. I would like to do this for you
"netflixing" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"That's phase one phase one. So phase one is six movie package. Okay. So we'll we'll roll that out. Well to not beat this up too much. Let's start whether we have to subscribe to Netflix, Blu Ray, or whatever we gotta do. But let's start in next Saturday will watch the first and every Saturday thereafter, we go the rest of the year, and we just get through all the marvels in get caught up. Too far one is far from home released far from home is coming on July fifth this year. Yes, we might make it we need to make it remind my, and then if we get through all of these than in, July, we all go to the movies to watch it. Sold. All right. It's here live live as it happens on trailer junkies. But you know, what you also need to watch Netflixing next avengers. It's animated avengers movie about the kids of the avengers. Come on. Don't even get me start. That's enough. That's. I need to get through the movies before I start getting into the kids of the advantage. So I love it. So here's my big my big thing about the trailer was okay, there's a couple of pet peeves. It's called the teaser trailer. That felt like way too much information to be a teaser trailer. That was a teaser. Yeah. They call it a teaser trailer. What do you mean there's two it's two and a half minutes. It's to it. So yeah, it's over two minutes, and it has a lot of lot of exposition throughout. So I don't think it falls into the teaser trailer. When you look it up. It's called he's a trailer. It'll I don't I don't know why they do that. But at the end, it says that mysteriosly what sore and what I am man. All rolled in one. Yeah, he's like sort ironman all rolled into one. But does that mean that sore an iron man are still alive because this is post Infinity war part two, which is configured which is endgame vendors. Endgame, Ted let you know in June. So I feel like those characters are alive at the end which would be shocking to me, I think Thors alive, but I don't think I don't think iron makes it out of endgame. Well, the thing is Robert Downey juniors. Contractors over with them is it I believe they know Tom Holland has six movie contract. I don't know what Robert Downey junior has. But I read somewhere that his contract is supposedly over after game. Very go from the mouths of babes. Okay. Okay. So if I can ask one last question, and we'll move on. Okay..
"netflixing" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Care of a smile when the war is over more marvel news here today daredevil cancelled by net flicks. And I said at the top of the show this has been such a bizarre scenario going on Netflixing. Disney thoughts did you guys see daredevil season three? I didn't watch it by seeing the first two not yet. It's it's on it's on my cue next time after this current series, and I'm gonna I'll do daredevil well it being canceled this situation. Does it make you reluctant to watch? It. Zone survey. I guess but everyone's talking about how good it is. So I'm going to watch it. Anyway, it had a season four plan. Now, didn't they? Yeah. That's what the writer said. Well, it's clear it's not because the show isn't good. And we see Netflix. Give money to terrible shows and re reboot failed shows. It's not how and it's extremely popular. It's it's pretty much just the Disney streaming service. Yeah. Saint Disney cancelled it rather than enough licks. I don't think Netflix would have canceled. It just just to cancel it. Especially all the other ones like Luke cage and was the other iron fist. I mean. It's clear that doesn't he just want it for their own streaming service. This is I think this is the first phase of the Disney takeover because of the world pretty much. I think they're just going to charge. Netflix out the s until they drop everyone and just pull him because Disney wants to characters, but I can just gonna put him on Hulu once Jessica Jones and punisher air their seasons. I think they already shot they're getting cancelled to it's a matter of time. No, no. But I'm saying like because. Netflix. I'm sure deficit doesn't wanna pay anymore because one they're not that good. And to dizzy is probably charging them too, much and Disney just want him back. Yeah. And I think it's the way Disney's going about this kind of brutal kind of feels a little sketchy. The just pulling all these shows randomly. Yeah. It's they're not saying anything. It's very unclear. I love a good corporate manhandling. That's what it is. I mean, Netflix is kind of shady to we talked about it that they don't release any of their analytics, we don't know who's watching their shows and apparently daredevil season three was huge hit. It's got to be one of their biggest shows in terms of ratings. So they can't be happy about this. But I'm sure there's a lot of dealings that have gone on behind the scenes what I'm worried about is daredevil season. Three to me was amazing. I'm worried that these actors are going to get recasts it and that daredevil because I say daredevil punisher. These shows are rated R. It's the most mature storytelling that the MC. You is done if they Disney fi these characters then I'm going to be upset. Now, I'll feel bad for the show runners the writers that had these seasons. Planned out but season three the way that it ended. No spoilers. It kind of feels like the final scene was like, well, we had a fun time. See you. But with them putting on Hulu. They don't have to do all that stuff, and they can just keep the radar and maybe runaways and go onto onto a Disney, plus because Netflix has the money because they just paid for friends one hundred million. Yeah. For one year. Do they can't say have the money? They just don't want to pay less and works freaking out like people parks and rec then you're writing I'm raising hell, but yeah, it's not it's there's gonna move with the Disney, and I think they are probably gonna recast because it's not that connected to DMC you where the movies never even acknowledged. He's characters they can get when you see it. Now when they're when they're announcing which McCall it falcon shows and winter soldier shows and scarlet which shows and low key shows that have big names starring in these. So they can get big names that they can start in both the series and in movies. I think they'll rather do that. But how would you? How would you do that with established characters and the MTA you they're not would you get the same characters different use recasts and read retail the stories. They're not the Netflix is connected to DMC. You very very loosely MC you never even acknowledged any of these characters. So you can just wreck on all that without making That having any. any effect. Yeah. Yeah. Show like agents of shield has more connective..
"netflixing" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tell listeners exactly what you do. We're like going to a really fun school one on one where you have your own tutors to learn how to pick partners that actually make you happy. So getting out of those dating patterns, we come up with a new profile for who is a kind of partner that's gonna make you happy. Then we do all the tactical stuff. We put you on line. We take your photos. We write your profile. We teach you how to message, and then we're crawling around your inbox making sure yet that person sounds like a crazy person this one I think you should message again. And then really listening to how each date is going. So we help people to build their confidence at this and not end up in the shark-infested waters of dating. Well, and that seems to be an issue nowadays to with those younger. Kids communication is such an issue because they grew up with social media. And they grew up with texting and not a lot of eye contact in physical contact and. You know, I I've got high-schoolers and dating is completely different. It's like non existent. No. There's high school. They watch Netflix and chill. They know. They don't Netflixing show with themselves. They hang out with other friends. Yeah. Thing though, not what you think it is. No, Netflix and chill is when you watch a movie, and then you had a little fun. Yeah. Yeah. But just means do you wanna come over and have sex, exactly. Sometimes they're not even doing that. It's just it's a whole new world. So that's why I was wondering it's got to be more difficult to work with some people that might be a little awkward face to face and in person with people because they don't they haven't grown up communicating right? When everything is via taxed, or Snapchat. You kind of forget what it's like to have to go out into the real world and make a new friend versus even be interested in somebody and walk up to a stranger that you might be interested or sit with someone a first date and make small talk. Okay. So someone like Chad. If he's going to go on a first date, what do you think if he's a little more on the shy side? And I don't know Franken might just be stereotyping you and Frank Chad. I might be stereotyping. You like you might be the conversation starter when you're out on a first date or do you find it a little let's let's role play. Cathy Hart is your date today. Okay. So candidly, just both sat down you've been waiting at the restaurant. Right and fella had some great advice off air about keep. If you're in these situations new dates, keeping it to a ninety minute window, right? Bella. Yes. That's all you need to kick. The chemistry around try to enact other than that. You get to the third glass of wine. Nothing. Good starts to happen. We start over sharing. Now just cap it off. And if somebody says to you, oh, you want to go out to dinner just say, oh, I would love to, but I've got dinner plans. But how about we meet for a drink from six to seven thirty. So that way you set the boundaries. You've put constraints around it. So even if it's the greatest state you've ever had you leave the person wanting more at six to seven thirty six o'clock, Chad you just said, well, you don't go home with them. Sorry. Remarriages later glasses later. All right. So you guys just met. Chad looks your opening lines. How you getting this? This conversation started. I would tell Kathy. How was your day today if we're meeting in the evenings? Okay. Yeah. It was good. I got a lot of stuff done felt very productive. And I'm ready for a cocktail. How about you? Same. I would go get your cocktail. And then talk about your family and stuff. I don't know if that's too personal right away on the first day. I mean, this is this is for you more than it has me. Bella, I want you get a good analysis of CHAD'S game here. You know, what I would do is? I would revise your first question instead of saying, okay? How was your day today? Saying what was would like tell me something good that happened to you today because you're actually going in more Jews? And then you're also skewing it more to the positive if you say tell me about your day. You might be like, oh, my boss was awful. It was terrible day. I don't mean to be Debbie Downer. But then you have to listen to somebody's wound. Tell me something good that happened to you today or lately, and you start the conversation that the great note, I found an excellent chili recipe, and I'm gonna make it tomorrow. I'm so happy with waiting all day to meet you, Kathy. That's great. Oh, I would have been. Hey, I gotta stove back at the house. You want to come back and make some chili with me. And I'd be like we can exchange biscuit, calm down. Mike. I I don't know. What would you suggest any for people that tend to be a little bit shy? Maybe conversation might be a little more challenging do you suggest any other places for first date that can kind of just naturally lead into some conversation? Yeah. Don't go to a movie that's always really tempting to because then you don't have to really talk. But the goal of the first several dates is to get to know each other. So an activity could be fun. Let's say it's winter here there's not much you can do. And you know, I know you said you're a big outdoors guy as it's cold outside. Maybe something like bowling going to an arcade. Something that's kind of fun that you can just chill at and have organic conversation is always really fun. We'll chat. He's an expert in landscaping and florals, and you know, he could use that to advantage. I would imagine he can get some really good conversations about. I don't know. What would you say like like landscape lead with something, you know, like are different customer Bush and stuff? How do you what I don't repeat that lavender? I saw landscapers in the neighborhood, cutting all the lavender. Isn't there something that you can do with that? It seems like they're just throwing it away in wasting it. Now, it's garbage. All right. You recommend playing to your strengths. I mean. Yeah. Play to your strengths and one of the best things to do, especially. If you're a Shire person is being a great listener ask good questions like journalists like some really listen to what she's saying. Wow. That's really interesting. Tell me more about how you got into your line of work or what made you choose that. And if you if you think about questions that are who what when where why how those are typically not yes, or no, they're more open ended. So be you know, when you're Shire use your strength of being a great listener, truly say, okay. I want to listen to understand her where she's coming from. And that takes the conversational burden off of you and gets her to talk about herself, which is being lots of points because women always complain about guys that monopolize the conference. So when I imagine if they have a good connection, then the conversation is just gonna flow conversation. Doesn't flow then. Yeah, next. Yeah. Next a good conversation. It's like a tennis match. Somebody's serves the ball over the net. Then you hit it back. They headed back. That's literally how a good conversation goes. It's listen answer question. And this is just how it goes back and forth. And when you're really listening to someone you can't think about all the exiled that's going on in your head. She liked me, blah, blah. But yeah, you're thinking about your own anxiety. You're not as invested as you should be in the person that's across from how things at the same time create point. But how much energy the non spoken word crucial to the moment? Energy like chemistry energy nonverbal commuting. Nonverbal? Are you shy? Are you showing your shy are you shy? But confident in your chest is out and you're sitting upright, and you're giving the powerful energy verse doesn't don't women, and I hear this could be completely wrong in this day and age of everything I mean, do women still want a a powerful guy to at least feel that they're secure and feel that maybe, you know, it's okay. Like God forbid, something was. Happen. This person too strong. You look strong feels strong is any of that plane to count today in dating for sure. And on both sides who doesn't want to be with someone who has self confidence. Right. Everybody wants to be around that person. So yeah, you don't have to be like a caveman and walk in can save you. Yeah. I mean, just being self assured, and knowing how you're gonna talk about yourself, and especially we do a lot of work with this with our clients when they feel like I don't know how to talk about my work in a way. That's compelling. I don't know how to talk about my marriage situation. Maybe I've had how do you answer those difficult questions and really practicing those, and as as inauthentic is that might sound it really, isn't it just helps you to feel more confident about yourself. No, we we have to let you go soon. But I do want to ask a question for people that are married that might be in a situation where they need a little help. It says here that you can help people with to reflate. I'm a connection with your partner in thirty seconds. I want to hear this. Yeah. Yeah. We thirty second hugs. It's amazing. Most of us will give each other a hug or a peck on the cheek especially if you've been dating a long time or you're married, and instead make it make it something that you're conscious of going for an extended hug. Dirty is like the. It's long. And you know, what it does is it? It starts the production of oxytocin, which is the attachment hormone. Which makes you feel you just kind of Mellberg down to that hug. I do with my kids. I do it with my husband. And now, they're like, my my son will come in. And he's ten years old. My batteries eleven percent charge. I need a thirty second hug, and he comes in. And he gives me, and it's amazing and a chest. And it works just as well on me when he goes out for the hug. It's amazing do that with your partner and tell tell your partner why you're doing it. And just watch how you feel if you wanna re spice up your marriage. If things are we all have that you have to start with the emotional side of thing. Oh, that's great advice. Ted don't take that advice on the first date. Thirty-second hug my pillow for the third one might be a little. If you're feeling good, though, I will say this the at the end of the date a slightly, maybe a seventeen second hug could maybe give a little bit of the juice out seconds seventeen. Not full thirty two seventy. Okay. Chad not necessarily house. But anyway. Chats with an ending hug. We'll build it. Don't go on your side kicks. Thank you. Chad. Wine. Day or something? There you go, Sherry and my wife. Chad's thinking is thinking thank you so much. How can people get a hold? You wanna find love and be if they want you to hang their lights and do their landscaping. Dot com. Wade say it again, I was talking to old English gardens dot com. Fella, and you smart dating academy dot com..
"netflixing" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Tom? Yeah. This week we're talking about, hey, guess what? We're doing this week what we're streaming. Okay. Like all the kids? Yeah. Net flix and chill right now, what does that mean that something that you read about in the penthouse house for. Yeah, yeah. Wow. Dear penthouse forum. I feel like that was never really thing that adults latched onto. It's like, you know, that's what teens are calling hooking up there. Yeah, they like team. I imagine whatever teams are doing right now. None of us wanna know about teens have moved on from crunching to Netflixing and chilling. There is a brief stopover in twirling torquing. Yeah, you could still twerk while you chill as my understanding is making out. I think it's anything any of the bases, any of the bases. It's up to your imagination. You put on any anywhere for making out to to Penn forum. Allow, but the stipulation is movie or television program has to be streaming in the background. Yeah. I mean, it's basically just the old, the old standby. You know, I guess not all generations had this, but like for our generation, it would have just been like when we were in college or whatever, like, hey, come over and watch a boondock saints. Yeah, everybody everybody every weekend, every dorm room on the floor that boondock saints in the DVD player in a sock on the door. It was just like, hey, come over and like watch a movie or something. And it's like, yeah, we all know what's really happened, but you're not. But you're not gonna say like he wanna come over and heavy pet heavily paid each other come over and watch a movie, and then be like, no, you're just watching a movie hand, listen baby boomers. You're not. You're not exempt from this ever hear of the drive in. Yeah. Yeah. You didn't have portable. Video discs or whatever. Versatile discs to to pop in and watch boondocks age. You had to watch boondock saints the old fashioned way on a big screen from film real while sitting in your car with a couple of speakers hanging off the sides now to kid, and we went and saw short circuit to at the drive in. We making all time. Four letter of my own that was just like dear penthouse forum, something terrible. My brother singing vaccine looking Joyce short-circuit too. The further adventures of Jonny. Five? Yeah. Johny fives alive, but we didn't have the speakers. It was tune your car? Yeah. I mean, we did too. I think it was only like in the fifties. Like didn't have the technology tinny sound. They had to watch rebel without a cause. Yeah, actually, it might have been the opposite might have been that the speakers were better than like your car radio. I can't imagine that back in the day like when it was like, oh, well, we could broadcast us via AM signal to your car, and he can listen to this movie mono, but no children, we're not Netflixing and chilling. We're net flicks and pilling. We're taking pill nowhere net flicks and thrill killing. That's what you put Netflix on as an alibi accused of murdering somebody for enjoyment you can, hey, check the Netflix logs. Things. Aids for the third time that weekend. Two levels to it. That guy, what's that guy that heat..
"netflixing" Discussed on FBE Podcast
"A for me on youtube on or netflixing following the more you to ben affleck's m a qatar's so many things probably one thing i've been really enjoying right now i have talked to you about a little bit ashamed austin's new stuff because he has gone through so much evolution of like how much i watch them like ally and his new series of just like getting into his family are leg meaning new people and like dressing affleck tricia paid us in a god that was goals they ask like i dunno he has videos just make me really happy but there's a million people i watch it felt franco each three each three like jenny nicholson moi berg casing i sat so many people there are you in a a weaning away from you to these days rather some like go 200 always watch videos from i don't really have goats is these days i watch such a a huge mix on you too like hair videos make the um i've been watching gaby odiele lately hinted talk about that so that was then because you were there for all eddie suffers at fun so if we don't know because i don't think even talked about it because it we even kept it as a secret from the vlag here so we'll talk about on the podcast because if the last spot but we at as you probably know we did teens after the gaby show then gaby reacted back to that episode and that in that episode she said i wanted to go down to the things our studio meet other teams when i saw her put that in their attacks that are being like do you want to do that and he's like have you ever done that before with no you'd be the first he was like if on the first and yes and then we film this took while the schedule it but she actually we did do that fun thing that you see across the hollywood where there's like fans of someone talking about something and then we surprised them with them so they reacted.
"netflixing" Discussed on The Big 98
"There's this show that have stardom netflixing has some science fiction cop story as anyone seen this on no billboards support to it i'm always thinking of netflixing investing and billboards must be good it must be really good but i've been trying to catch up on the americans which he on pretty deep into seasons three at this point but it's called carbon altered carbon dad at it also carbon before he started seven seconds i watched the altar carbon like previews thing and i was like now can't get into it apparently it's amazing i'm sure it is shoot yeah he's amazing got ozark yeah you finally watch on wall street oh my god totally dan i have i don't know how many of those are through nine i don't know how many there ohio ten or eleven ends where the it was slow at the beginning right slower the beginning i thought it was slow at the beginning at first episode oslo bo not matthew bobby it have two or three to kind of he i wasn't convinced until but then it's really good jason bateman zinnat click at breaking bad me on the other side of breaking beth meaning breaking bad where he actually does the dry on the money laundering ira so it's like yeah and so anything jason bateman the now is almost good yes he's ali liz latte corner i think this is my theory is that he couldn't get worked for a long time because he was a kid actor so what he started to do was produce and started movies oh and became really skilled at the other things so he kinda produced and directed himself into these independent films had a couple of mechanisms that were good and that he was just brought he was cool again that's what i think happened ten and so in someone's colour to promote more things mac by patrick's every so i'm gone again that there is giving a billion dollars the next few we really yeah it's good at that i see some people now saying they hate it just because it's so popular in its the thing to say what's up the get so big and i'm not really in a game throughout stayed on.
"netflixing" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Of you know the stuff that the studio doesn't want to take care of its very similar to the in silly markets the dvd markets were studios were able to recoup you know they're sales if they didn't do so well theatrically and with the box office so that's where i see netflixing sort of entering this new stage now yes it's trying to do a little bit for everyone it's output has become i think has gone down over time you know it started off strong with series lake orange is the new black and now we get stuff like mute and by and brady's and you know i just i mean and then the other question is the marketing muscle of netflixing right so it's a good thing that they're able to pay for a lot of filmmakers to make whatever movies they want fantastic but as a lotta movies that get bought by netflixing and then they just disappear as yo you find them deepen the bells a two in the morning when you try and for exactly so it's it's tricky you want you wandering maker to be embraced and supported but if it just becomes another title that may be someone clicks on then it's gone i'm gonna i'm going to get in here because we only got a couple of minutes left i wanna move on to the oscars this sunday those the the netflixing oscars the academy has been saying they want to keep the focus on movies this year he does that really mean what is what does that really mean that a they want to keep the focus on movies this year i think that we have i think that may be you know maybe they're getting well maybe not tired of the whole political momentum behind things like me too but i you know any time and awards show becomes political people change the channel they know this really you know like last year it was like their second lowest year in terms of ratings since 1974 when the nelson ratings were available so i mean they're trying to think from a financial perspective and they want to put the perspective back on movies but i'm hoping that you know there are a few pleasant surprises and people become a fantastic and speak out about things like gun violence you know in addition to things like me to i think there's a potential for that.
"netflixing" Discussed on The Valleycast
"That they're kind of m explaining it but jj we said if we get a chance to make a third one we've got these read this really big idea that could potentially connect the films who need netflixing would be the one that's the crazy thing i know thank here's the only here's the only piece of information during sundance which happened like last week moves them earlier and your last where to now somebody tweeted that there were rumblings they had heard some rural industry speak made heard industries speak of people saying that netflixing paramount or striking a deal for the next cloverfield novi now everyone was like uri what how does how like why would a major film that's supposed to be released in theaters that has a release day for theaters why would he be suddenly put on net flicks conceivably that sounds like a bad i because it's source maybe that was one that was definitely one concern they were saying like maybe it socks me they don't believe it will do enough at the bottom of agean like it this is the thing that if you're not l if you're not already subscribed net net flex or whatever it's like this is the thing that like yeah that's going to get you with bright riot person was enough looks movie and it an original netflixing yeah and in premiered on fox and was huge success i mean it's happening more and more that wasn't the only announcement during the super bowl does the jack ryan series was announced for primer hulu wanted a dagger this so here's the thing like we've got john kocinski that's the thing we've got these natural axes and who lose in they're all making their regional staff at all really good and it's crazy i don't think that the motivation behind netflixing a scenario would be to get people to sign up for netflix editing they wanted to clough and the abby the cool kid i and i think that's more than at it's like an opportunity for them just to once again be like hey we do things differently yeah and and also dick on the table and shanka jive no krone surprising nope looked at it out on the table for now.
"netflixing" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"The made for netflixing movie is quite something and i highly recommend you watch it it is very much like the room meets eighty it's almost from me i would actually say more it's not so bad as the room when they're definitely actors where you say did you like acting before your friend decided make this movie or is this something that was like you wanted to do that this weekend along with your friend who decided to make this there's a lot of people making big choices taken huge swings some really going for it you there's a lot i can i could see in my mind's eye these actors going hey hey chuck or whoever that are under as i'm really going to go for it this time though like this is what acting is ready yeah i'm i'm gonna kick my leg do a dance for some reason it doesn't actually connect with what my characters lowering and has seen so that's call the lead guy i feel like i saw somewhere that somebody in this movie is was in a soap opera sometime now that makes sense i didn't recognize anybody span this story the way the murder on the cape story is told is very much against the victim in my opinion it's very much making her look like she tricked like and then i thought oh i should actually look this up and see if there's somebody that was in the real case that his connective writings movie who because it's just just median quality enough so pretty much anyone could have written a conspiracy theory on the qe it but i mean you never know you have to watch it but she it's like she tricked him into sleeping with her and then she tricked him into getting her pregnant and then she it and then lunch and shrimp billions of luring heavy out there's it's it's a it's a very problematic prison presentation so then i looked up the actual story because i'm like that story sounds familiar but it is not look familiar.
"netflixing" Discussed on The Big 98
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"Performing shockingly but anyway i he wasn't performing last night but it was fun nate let's get into the news for what what people want to hear about they want here but the movie news and let's start out with a bright is getting a sequel we we talked about this the other day but it wasn't official now netflixing officially announced this hd what do we now for netflix trump officially confirmed that bright will be coming back for a sequel a second film that would be helms by david air as well as written by him so maxland us who wrote the original script that sold ellis alternate facts for around three to four million dollars initially will not be returning for the sequel so we'll have david air returning to write interact and will smith and you'll at edgar ten returning to star in their roles as the uh detectives human detective and that work detective partners are we don't know anything else other than that i when the movie will be coming out but it's been announced that this is bit this is netflixing most popular film uh essentially what one of their most original a popular original content on the highest eu netflix film ever on service in its first week release and are one of the bank's biggest originals that it has ever launched and not only that but each of the one hundred one hundred ninety plus countries in which networks is available right is reportedly the number one movie uh so and and more people have you to internationally than they have domestically.
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"Um because the you know you aren't playing the game them you're basically just hoping that they don't figure you out but the that's my opinion the game and i know you're gonna have a huge right about the right up about this on cardboard cinema so i you could talk indepth the better than uh but yes of course uh uh itchy what have you been up here so everything i did i watched over the holidays was in the context of our where i saw with my family which uh i went on sort of a short family trip with my mom side of the family to asheville north carolina where we spent the whole weekend ellie rented airbnb and just kind of went vote around who love breweries their went hiking all that kind of stuff um so and i have a couple of younger cousins her in pretty close with and we would just kind of i'll have a little sleepover and the living room and watch netflix smoothies together so what we ended up watching was a lot of really bad netflixing christmas movies uh through which was a route would visit great time so um you might have heard of a christmas prince which was this this infamous netflixing film um that came out just this year uh it's about a a spunky journalists who goes to this um fictional country called although via to report on this prints who is soon to be coordinated on christmas day and um he disappears and then to they fall in love and she does a lot of really unethical journalist things and is acute quirky clumsy geurt um heroin because she keeps running into vases and everything it's got all the tropes of a bad wrong com but it was so bad that it was enjoyable ill assist gushing with all this both over sentimentality and bad production design like it looks good but it was obvious that a lot of the drone shots of this castle were of like this gingerbread castle model so.
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"The american people in that sinn netflixing and google or youtube yes or ha yeah very durham by a google so yeah i don't read a lot in of the conspiracy aspects of net neutrality on on either side when it comes to speech yeah yeah i just think it's a it's just another big government control thing that they wanna get control of the internet and there's a strong currents of let's do everything equally on the left and that applies to your internet traffic as well eight on the other thing too in terms of especially political speech the great thing about the internet is whatever perspective you are looking for you can find it unfiltered out there and you can't say that about the broadcast media today no certainly uh the much internet remains a very freewheeling place and that is for better and for worse now there's a lot of places on the internet a lot of people you can interact with the social media being among them and they try they've tried to do a little bit more you know say the twitter's and the facebook's to make sure that the hate speech in stuff isis kind of filtered out a little bit but yeah if you want to find something you can find it on the internet addis take another call pam your next on news radio kkob glad dep him if it's about net neutrality and i have a question that we were having a debate at dinner um our kids were home and they're in their mid20 and we're all very conservative in their point on net neutrality is when you start putting things in then you're restricting some of the access for every when creating new websites in newport olsen new themes because they don't have a been took owing two so the example my son gave me a key monitors the church website so where does that go in for a chargeable been does he if and i thought it was a good point they didn't quite understand it but that's why it's all well mid20s group there's nothing to do with the commerce site of it but for free you my uh opening websites i guess i would look at this more words the terms.
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"That that was their grand plan and also they have no plans to do new netflixing marvel shows chris what do we know right so the deal with disney trying to buy 21st century fox included although not all but a large chunk of east of fox tv output and that was part of the plane baseley disney is launching their own streaming service in two thousand nineteen to compete with netflix exist and part of the idea at the fox theater was to get all those block shoes and i guess put those onto and streaming series right now the deal is pretty much dare dormant so i don't know what's going on that but in in the story in the wall street journal interview over all future more bowl net magnet connecticut off future marvel shoes will debut on be disney streaming service not next lakes and it's not clear whether or not the current moral netflix shows like daredevil jessica jews all those will be made in goal leap this streaming service but if i guess i would say that's probably going to act because disney is already planning to pull older movies all netflixing propose on streaming service to seems like it makes sense that they're they're going for broke inches t everything but it is weird that those those marvel tv shows and afflicts her netflixing original switch a usually a term that is indicative of netflixing owning that show in perpetuity for the rest of you know life as we know it um so i i can't imagine that net flicks would give up those shows to have them go into dissidence that work and i also can imagine.
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"And pixar animated features meaning there will be removed from net flakes when it launches however existing disney movies released before then will remain on net flex i don't know that this is going to hurt netflixing so much because they've got so much other content original content is really great so i don't know that this is going to be like well no have a netflixing anymore a move they're not gonna have disney movies so but this is this is the future and this is the way that you're going to be getting your your entertainment at home more often than not as you're going to be subscribing to specific streaming services here or there i cut the court on cable a few years ago i have netflixing i have hulu i have him on prime and i pay a couple of other subscriptions for like sling tv or a couple other little ones here and there all in all cumulatively i'm still spending less than i was spending more by for my satellite service and there's just gonna be mirage would be very alicarte and it's great i'll i love it i think it's i think it's fantastic i yesterday netflixing announced that they were acquiring millar world more world is a comic book publisher the guy that runs it is being hailed as sort of a modern day stanley they on a couple of properties one of them being the kick a line of stories in kingsman the idea here was that at millar world was going to start creating additional content along the lines of superhero stuff kingsman in this type of alike with netflixing so that acquisition coming on the heels of disney's announcement.
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"Netflixing needs stuff to make movies and tv shows off of this gives them a library in a growing library because that comic book company is thriving uh you know it's not like big hits like marvel in dc but you know wanted came from there and you know uh you know he had some great he's always good it coming up with some pretty highconcept stuff like kroner nazis like this time travel kind of story done in a way the you haven't seen before i didn't particularly love it it's comic but uh maybe that can make a tv tv serious um but we'll see uh i think this is interesting because i think this is the first we'll see of many purchases from that folks i think we're gonna see them going a on a uh acquisition spree like disney dead with picks an marvel when star wars maybe not of those caliber of properties but um you know it's it's definitely more profitable for a company to own all that the end to be listening you know getting greats yeah oh it's also worth mentioning one more thing is um miller world is still going to be producing stuff that they're going to be publishing new stories under a net flicks label so i think technically this means that netflixing now in the comics business so that's interesting to about you know what sort of um development and growth they could experience over the next few years in that realm also and how exactly the distribution will work for that and and all that stuff so i wonder if that means that they might produce comic book series seek wolves to tv shows and movies that they did i don't know yeah yeah yeah definitely that makes sense that could be interesting uh.
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"Netflixing and so true i i'm not a big tv person and i really watch listen i know all these awesome shows like breaking bad and walking dead house of cards and all the stuff is all out there aren't new black awesome that's great that have a party scary nia lives scary scary wins the last time you set down in you binge bench watched a show a season never i i started to binge watch curb your enthusiasm because i want to catch up on the the role by god sees okay so there you go he has no interest in watching tv could see series me but scary works the other way too if if if danielle doesn't wanna be on snapchat didn't stop jumper crash on facebook i've never done facebook like if anything kathleen helps me a lot with my facebook here and and he's like you and he's you know how many tents he's task me i do all the other social unity on facebook the you have no idea it's this you have to facebook by the way i'll give you another reason why you should do facebook here it is the number one battery sucker on your phone hey know they say facebook is worse than any other app on your phone practically allows that's number one a muddle on the other hand we could you you're on your snapping twenty four hours a day but the other on the other hand scary netflix has over one hundred million subscribers what does that tell you that tells me that see now i feel that there's a party that are not at netflixing follow now because another scary smart though netflixing count added paying for it for years i've never watched one bam show on really know but i have an account because they're always always talks right gotta have netflixing netflix sign networks account but i don't use it an amazon prime either lot oh my god as a result pride are you living with a hell's role with you how'd you get stuff you don't need incidentally this is the aircraft right on your behalf be elvis i was always the first person be tevita calming t you gotta do this you've got to try this oh my god how do you not do this so when he told me yesterday.