17 Burst results for "Nightmare Alley"
"nightmare alley" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Somebody who we've long thought was on the cusp of getting his first oscar. Nominations so lake also feels like there's a lot of potential there. Yeah the idea denzel washington michael jordan. Like you know even though it doesn't washington has a actual son who is a movie starring rate like. That feels like a real handing of the baton from one generation to the next very possibly all right. Who else wants to hop on something. They're excited about. I don't know how oscar has given how genre it might be but gear. Multo has nightmare alley. Which i think is still filming or josh films. I'm so sorry. I just have to laugh because joe's description here begins with three words ambitious carney and i. I texted that to joe twice in the last twenty four hours. I cannot take credit freeze and ambitious. Carney please go ahead. I'm so excited. It sounds really interesting. And i think this is del. Toro's first films since shape of water. Right yeah so. That's kind of oscar. Follow up baby now like you guys mentioned. He's in the club. Oh yeah yeah and you know. It's bradley cooper. Cate blanchett willem dafoe. Toni collette richard jenkins ron perlman rooney mara david stern again. Everyone's in that's you know. But you know that could also be more drama thriller maybe the thriller side of it is more. You know heavily leaned on that it wouldn't make it like a best picture front runner but it's pedigree is certainly undeniable And it's one that there were photos released from the shoot like before quarantine yet filmed in buffalo filmed a lot of at least in buffalo. So that was my. It's been on my radar for that. Yeah people aren't really excited about those photos so it kind of already has at least a small kernel of awareness that might kind of make it stick out. Yeah i wanted to flag a couple of things. Obviously the dual fanning power of melania laurent's the nightingale which stars dakota fanning and l. Fanning and. tom sturge so that and that was coming out a right around christmas. So obviously they're positioning that for something and then i'm interested in this. Kenneth branagh fell belfast. Me to that's definitely one. I have my yeah. This is judy. Dench trying to both jamie. Dornan and karen hines and i. It's a possible. It can't brana started out like such a beloved darling of of bringing shakespeare films like that and then got kind of far away with from it with a lot of these like the spectacles and stuff like that but i think that this film which might have the possibility of bringing it closer to his own childhoods is like a young boy in his working class family experience the tumultuous late nineteen sixty s in an irish film kenneth branagh and irish actor like i've just i think this is a return to four for him. That would be really exciting for me personally yet. What is his next. Poirot movie coming out got rescheduled twenty. Twenty twenty two already hammer out. It's going to be so it will be out of the way of the oscar buzz for this except me. Yes yes it will be speaking of the british isles or the you know. I'm gonna get geography wrong. Anyway in the sixties aggravates movie last night in. Soho seems really intriguing to me. Just in general like it seems like a big question mark as oscar. But i'm trying to look through this list and find big movies. Because as i was saying earlier like i think spectacle and size and energy are going to be really appealing and the The brief description of it you know. I think it's somewhat mysterious but the idea of someone like time traveling to this idealized time period and finding out. It's not all adds up to be is on you taylor. Joy who you know is a gigantic star of the moment. She she was just our cover stars me she's the auditor or miss of twenty twenty one Or like what we thought was going to be where she's going to be everywhere on issues in it. What thomasson mckenzie who is also a huge up and comer I know like. I wonder if the right combination could make a you know aggravate an oscar contender. Finally i would love that for him. If feels like a screenwriting oscar right. Yeah very least yeah. There's a pda movie this year. Obviously soggy bottom bradley. Cooper benny safdie nine hundred seventy san fernando valley. Then i'm then. I'm kind of excited. About also michael showalter's the eyes of tammy faye jessica chastain andrew garfield as jim baker and i had to run as soon as i saw it. I ran to google to see. There were images of inter garfield as jim baker. But none that. I could find yet so i cannot wait for that wig reveal. I'm very excited. Are images of chastain. Though i believe yeah and they release people were like i mean. It's a big look though you know like baker was a wild looking person. So and jessica chastain kind of like big energy might be really well suited there and to go back to the pta soggy bottom. I think he's another person kind of like wes. Anderson who like has been producing really interesting work since the late nineties or mid nineties and has not quite gotten the. He hasn't won any oscar yet. So he's a movie of his coming out like has a nostalgic factor. Because it's like yeah. He's like one of the young tours. Now who is like entering interesting mid career. And and i don't know this movie is about a child actor in la in the seventies. And i think that after the sort of nostalgia for that arad that worked so well for once upon a time at hollywood I'm just kind of curious if that's another narrative worth like it's like is this paul thomas anderson's here like that movie just moved to thanksgiving which might mean. It's not going to be like at canned. But i could see it being big at venice. Pta his nashville centerpiece right. Yeah like pta has won best director at venice. Berlin end can. He's one of the only directors to have done that. So i feel like this could be a thing in less some tiny little personal project or something. That doesn't have the sweep that the academy is looking for. But if you look at paul. Thomas anderson's career especially as of late. He's so incredibly respected by oscar. Voters will like even when he makes a movie people. Don't really latch onto or that. They're sort of like cold to lake. Inherent vice got a screenplay nomination. The master got several nominations. Even though most people were just like i don't know about the master was well respected. But it wasn't a love for it and then i think when you saw something like fans from thread that had a little bit of a slow burn. Eventually people really did seem to really that movie. And i feel like if that's the arc that paul thomas anderson is on. I think a small personal movie could end up doing well sort of like how alfonso koran doing something you know. Small and personal with the roma ends up know content to be a good narrative for director. Who so respected for sort of mastery of his craft as if as phantom thread demonstrated in its unique way as did inherit vice a little bit if anderson in his maturity father of four children like is maybe getting a little bit more a little softer..
"nightmare alley" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"To see. Be coming out party of what turned out to be. One of the most profoundly brilliant unique voices in cinema. How'd you guys get linked up. He had been doing a lot of research because he liked to do monster murray's so he was doing research in aesthetic of makeup so that he could create he could get the facility to create his own lobsters because there was no word a lot of special effects makeup artist in mexico so he figured if i want to create these these these creatures. I'm going to do it myself. He came to the united states. He started with rick baker. Dick smith stan winston and i had already done a shit load of special effects makeup jobs so he kept seeing the over and over and over again and he wrote me this beautiful letter and he send the script of cronos the most sophisticated elegant band. Pryor movie i've ever read and told me how important would help them. You do this desperate as when when i i would. I would have been a mailman at that point. You know that was just gonna to bring a paycheck But yeah that was that was. That was the beginning of it and we. We fell in love with each other. No not in a sexual way while you know but anyway we We became hermanos. You know Opposite sides of the same coin and the in in the way we thought in in our aesthetic in the way we like to grab life by the balls and eat our way through it So we kept doing it to the point where. I just finished my sixth movie with him. couple months ago called nightmare alley which is about to come out sometime this year. What's it like like now that you guys are doing these huge budget movies together. Desert like a stop in kennedy smell the roses moments that you guys have your leg dude. I can't believe come this far. I don't know do you guys ever just like look out at the ocean. You're like holy. Fuck this i do privately quietly because if if i vice said that out loud he go fuck you. Pieces should pussy still. So i'll sit there and be be a fan boy who your job believe up here i mean you know I still do that. I'm still complete fan boy. I'm writing a another book right now on working on these chapters where i'm grappling with. What happens to me when i have to work with movie stars. And how fucked up. I get you know short-circuited it makes you care totally insecure intimidates. The when. I'm a huge fan. Somebody's work having to That that that that that distracts me more than it should like our brooks drive at a tough one. Yeah that was. That was a tough one. I mean i had if albert brooks had fans in the beginning of his When he first started appearing. On ray alive in saturday night live and stuff like carson that if he had fans back then he never had one as veracious me over issues than me so when i finally get to meet found out there. We're just going to be doing this movie together. It was a big adjust and it was. It was a challenge. I yeah i'm boy. Is that tough scene. Because you're playing the heavy in a lot of stuff so you've got to kind of have the status and a lot of scenes but then you're playing opposite ryan gosling or or charlie hunnam or someone like that that you know it helps when these guys are so generous and so beautiful as humans And they can sense that you're beating yourself up loads so hard and they helped along you know And i have found that With very few exceptions. Most of the guys who i worship are also great guys and he really quickly so you get you get beyond it in your you know you start to be able to give a performance in by the flags get get replaced by you. Know The job at hand but But i'm a fan boy. I'm not gonna change. Say there's a lot of beauty in that too and being so sensitive and feeling that so keatley with all the success that you've had know. Do.
"nightmare alley" Discussed on Filmspotting
"To thousands in the mood for love and two thousand four's twenty forty six those films they did have a virtual theatrical run last fall but again we'll be on that criterion box set in march. And that's going to be a combination. I think atom of revisits probably in more cases than usual in a marathon. But that's okay some brand new watches as well again. We hope to get to that marathon later in the year. Yeah i up. We are hoping to knock out either. A william wyler marathon or marathon likely include at least one william wyler movie and that's forties noir and i think we can go and just tell the audience josh. What were wrestling with. A little bit is that we like to mix up these marathons and not devote them exclusively to the works of a certain director. It could be like bette davis a performer or reaching across a certain genre or something else. That's connecting them like in the case of our overlooked tours marathon from last year but with us doing an uber review. We're also recognizing that we're going to spend a lot of time talking about one director in particular this year. So how many of those types of marathons do we wanna do where we're just focusing on one filmmaker. So we could do something. Instead like forty s noir film to our was one of the first marathons. We did back in the early days of the show. I think it was two thousand seven. We have a feeling most people out there like no as a general but wyler is a longtime marathon candidate. Twelve best director. Nominations that a record that may never be broken. The runner up is martin. Scorsese with nine while had three wins the best years of our lives. Here's the biggest thing for me. It's a huge blind spot. Just one that. I have to rectify sooner rather than later and i do have a predilection for classical hollywood cinema in terms of recognizing my blind spots josh and wanting to fill those so wiler is very very tempting to me. Of course it's difficult. This is a filmmaker who covered forty five years and started in the silent era and then ended up in the late nineteen sixties and he had those twelve best directing nominations the first coming in nineteen thirty seven with dodds worth so. How do you narrow that down to just five or six. Ri- william wyler is a filmmaker. We could do a marathon and feel like we still need to do a marathon fine. were done. that's not a reason to go against it. Maybe it's a reason to to get started so i would be thrilled to do that. I i'm equally excited about the the forty s new are maybe. Maybe i lean a little bit more that way. Just because of what you mentioned is we are going to be director focused. We'll get to that when we talk about our review plans and so it might be nice to shake it up a little bit and examine a period and asandra instead for this marathon. Well you now have time. And an opportunity to nudge us. One way or the other feedback at film spotting dot net. We hope to have. This worked out by next week. Show because we would like to embark on that new marathon. Whatever it is in a couple of weeks and give you guys of course a chance to follow along and do your homework. More information about all of our marathons is available at film. Spotting dot net slash marathons all right. So let's move on to review plans adam last year and this was partly because there were very few new movies coming out so we thought. How could we tackle some older stuff. We did decide to embark on our first. You've review and that was hooked around tenant which you know was jumping around release date so often at the time at the beginning of the year. We thought it was going to be a summer released. So it seemed like a no brainer to revisit. The christopher nolan filmography chronologically and i think that was really rewarding to those. Were movies that we'd seen probably number of them more than once but still to look at them in context altogether. It was a new experience for me. A new way to experience. Nolan's films at least So this year's overview we did look ahead and sought tenant as a similar model where some high profile releases that were really excited about. That might be an opportunity to look at the director and their career in its entirety. Looks like in twenty twenty one. We might get a paul thomas anderson film by the end of the year. He's an obvious candidate for something. Like this wes anderson. The french dispatch. We hope will come out in two thousand and twenty one. We feel like you know. We've talked about him quite a bit. You just did a marathon with your family. I kinda did a mini one. So maybe now is not the right time for something like that. What about guillermo del toro. He's got two films slated to open in twenty twenty one in animated remake of pinocchio and the live action nightmare alley so he was an option for us. Devel- nouveau edgar right. Both a couple names. We considered villeneuve has done of course and then edgar right has last night in soho but for various reasons we decided not to go with any of those options. That is the case. The subject of this year's you've reviewed is going to be jane campion. Her new one is the power of the dog it was acquired by net flicks and will come to the service at some point this year. We don't have a currently another great. Cast your kirsten dunst jesse clements benedict cumberbatch. And it's campion's first feature since two thousand nine bright star though she did create right and co direct top of the lake with elisabeth moss. That was a tv series. That debuted in twenty thirteen and had a follow up season in twenty seventeen. But yeah i feature bright star which is kind of staggering to consider. She has only made seven features since nineteen eighty nine. And maybe one or two exceptions. We have seen them so. Mostly these will be revisits but revisit that we definitely think we'll be worthwhile. Yeah and i think one of the considerations is as you said with so few features. There may not be another chance in the near future to do this with campion. you know. This is kind of an anomaly that we've got a new film and a high profile one especially with that castle. Really excited about this. I think this is a quality. We want of any filmmaker first overview. But someone who has obsessions buried in their filmography that when we look at all these movies back to back in context we can start to tease out a little bit better than one movie every couple of years or even further than that for campion and i feel like that's especially the case with her. I mean i have a sense of what is a jane campion film in my head but maybe not a real. I haven't really been able to wrap my mind around it in its entirety..
"nightmare alley" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home
"Blanchet will be playing Lilith in the borderlands movie. It was rumoured recently, but now it has been officially confirmed Cate Blanchet will be starring in the borderlands movie from Director Eli Roth and she will be playing Lilith. Roth offered a statement to entertainment weekly about the casting that reads I'm so lucky to have the amazing Cate Blanchett. Starring in Borderlands we had the most incredible collaboration together on the House with a clock in its walls and I believe there's nothing she can't do from drama to comedy and now Action Kate makes every scene sing, working with her is truly a director's dream. Come true and I feel so fortunate that I get to do it again. On an even bigger scale, everyone brings their a game to work with Kate. And I know together. We're going to create another iconic character in her already storied career. Entertainment Weekly's Nick Romano reported on the casting and wrote about the film additionally HBO's Shinobu. Craig Mazin? WHO's also pending the TV series adaptation of the last of US video game broke the latest draft of the borderland script. It's unclear when things can go back to normal in Hollywood, but borderlands is scheduled to start filming later this year. Blanchet was in the midst of shooting. Guillermo del Toro's nightmare alley in Canada with Rooney Mara Bradley Cooper when production was put on hold in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic I looked up that movie nightmare alley, because I was unfamiliar with it, and the weird thing about it is Kate Blanchet. Blanchet is playing. Another character named Lilith in that movie. I don't think the two films will come back to back. She has a number of other in development projects on her IMDB. Page other than the borderlands movie, but there is a chance she might have to movies. Come out right next to each other where her name is. Lilith in both I'm actually getting excited about this movie. I'm not even the biggest borderlands fan, but I like Eli Roth movies I like. Cate Blanchet and the writer Craig Mazin is also a super talented guy, so. Maybe, this will lead to something cool I..
"nightmare alley" Discussed on Citizen Critic
"Your talent. Well he's predictable are two D. two is upside down trash. Can they can only go in forward and reverse well. They're a little too predictable in their reactions. He Beeps and booby. Looming goes back to two two but most of Lucas's new creations comes straight out of nightmare alley. We are truly frightening. Grotesques like the gross walrus shaped Jabba. The Hut Gross. He's gross. He's grapes all physical appearance for Arthur to sit up Java disgusting. Did you really need another frog creature? Four hundred calories that. Don't keep the bowl by your bed. Do you expect to lose the weight watchers and disciplined? He's not a man he's a he's a slug being. That's that's a good body type. Guei who enjoys shrinking people to size then popping them into his cavernous Ma. Is that true? That didn't happen. Shrinking them the power to shrink and oh he did not. He eats little frog things for they are. They're frogs is out basically what they're at space. I don't want to commit to calling them frogs. I don't think I always thought they were goods. Greet them yeah but they were space no he he never shrunk anybody know. Arthur's lash it. He's very gross Other I remember this is still grow up at this stuff other hoodies Hud. I`ts tights have pig like snouts. Oh Yeah or long waving. Tentacles job also maintains an enormous pit lined with maintains it. He's out there he's got you've got to have the right amount of chlorine he's GonNa.
"nightmare alley" Discussed on The Big Picture
"I think it's probably mostly problematic ish movies but it like. I saw bright burn this year. Did you see that bobby. No i did not bright. Burn is a sony superhero movie. It's sort of like what if superman but he's evil and superman as a kid and we see the origin of a super powered young boy who breaks bad. It's a will name movie. It's a nasty bit of business. It's just a really tough violent and gory movie and the kind of movie that when i was sixteen i really loved and i still have a little bit of admiration for it. I think it's hard to you know step forward on social media and say the movie i fucking loved is bright burn because it indicates a little something a little cracked about you even e. and it's different than something like metsamor which is deeply artistic. <hes> breaker is more exploitative in a in a specific way with movies so i guess the data's is the closest that we can come to this kind of like modern guilty pleasure but as i said i don't really think that that's a real thing yeah your optimism point while taking the fact that i've read like ten articles in my life about gun fu which is like what they call. The fighting style of john wick absolutely just goes to show. I think that there's much more wide. Lee accepted critical thought about these types of things no doubt off. I think the concept of guilty pleasure movie kinda shifts on what the group of people who are around you right like i felt like top gun was a guilty pleasure for me at n._y._u. Which was ridiculous because that's not a guilty pleasure at all. It's a perfect movie but i think it depends on. Who's who you're talking to yeah. I think it's the way that we deem something useful. Invaluable has changed a lot too there for a time. I think a lot the people especially when they're growing up and don't necessarily know how this industry works as much think that the oscars is the barometer against which you measure quality and we know that's not turn now but i think as you get older and you see more kinds of films you see more foreign films. You see more documentaries. You see more things that are not necessarily fully commercialized. You have a different understanding of what's good not good and you can realize that the concept of unintentional comedy as it applies to topgun makes a better and it's okay to be excited about something being kind of bad because it makes makes it even better. I'm gonna have so hard for that. In twenty twenty speaking of that alan villa asks what is most anticipated twenty twenty movie for you rumor or otherwise plus. I wrote this down quickly. Here's my list last night in soho. That's garrett's new movie the lot of admiration for acre right does i think you're right is trying to do the same thing that tarantino's doing. He's he's trying to create an event at the movie theater and that was what baby driver wasn't even. If you had some problems with with baby driver he was trying to create a theatrical experience. It is full of energy so i'm very curious to see what he does there. I wrote down newark you familiar with newark now. I'm familiar with newark the place and unfortunately the international airport but not the film so i've never been to new york's not going to weigh in on it but i do believe that that is the current title and maybe they've changed the title at this point of the sopranos prequel. Oh okay yes. I'm familiar with that so this is the james gandolfini character tony soprano's father. I think is the significant figure in the story. <hes> this has been long just dating <hes> like most human beings. I'm a huge fan of the sopranos. I'm fascinated by david chase's career and everything he's chosen to do. I think david chase's last movie not fade away is he's one of the already kind of like lost classics of this decade. I wrote about it for grand back in the day and i really admired what he was going for and this is gonna sound like a strange comparison but i think it has a little bit in common with euphoria especially the ending of euphoria for season and the ending of this movie not fade away so i'm used this as a as a shadow to fade fade away into my interest in david chase couple of other movies. Here's a dumb movie that i'm looking forward to and it's called the gentleman this guy ritchie's movie at cinema con. I saw a preview of this film and even though it's not coming out i think until january twenty twenty and i'm just i'm all the way in i'm it's. It's colin farrell. It's hugh hugh grant. It's charlie hunnam just being dashing tweeden bearing drug dealer monster guys great and it looks in the vein of the snatch and lock stock guy ritchie which she has not been doing enough of lately as we know from our aladdin podcast other relevant figures in this movie include matthew mcconaughey henry henry golding who you may remember from crazy rich asians michelle dockery with whom i am in love from downton abbey and germy strong or number one boy just a a lot of handsome dudes going to be wearing tweed lotte handsome guys in tweet so that's <hes> late january twenty twenty. I wrote down nightmare alley. There's some news about nightmare alley. Which is <hes> komodo toro's next film his first film after the shape of water <hes> this movie is going to star bradley cooper. It's based on a novel from the nineteen forties. There has been already a an adaptation of this movie from nineteen forty starring tyrone power. This is a very twisted film about what happens inside of carnivals and tries to penetrate the world of <hes> conman and chicanery and it's going to be a period piece set in the forties and i'm very very excited about it. Even though i think you're on with oh toro has lost my trust a bit in the last couple years <hes> of also randomly when els the the invisible man. I think one of the more underrated genre stylist the idea of him doing a classical horror. Movie is interesting to me. I mentioned khloe zhao's at terminals as far as the the marvel movies that are coming in the near future that is by far the one that has piqued my interest the most there is now a bang up cast and he terminals full of very very famous people <hes> including angelina jolie and richard madden and camille nanjiani and a whole bunch of other people. I mentioned waves as well. I don't know one waves waves is gonna come out. It might be this year might be next. The trae results film also wrote down tiger tail which is alan yang's netflix movie which i don't know a whole heck of a lot about but i did really admire forever the the series the mini series that he made for amazon starring rudolph in fred arnesen and of course allen has appeared many times on the dave chappelle show and he was a writer on parks and iraq and he was a co ep and writer director on master of none as he's on sorry series just a greater and so i'm very interested to see what he does when he's got a everything at his fingertips yeah. I'm quite a fan of the wholesomeness of his storytelling. In many different occasions is sincere fellow. You can tell yeah <hes> okay. Nick adams asks six and many other people asked us. What is your rewatch ables passion project that no one will agree to do so a little bit of inner working here at the rare that you're trying to lob before i. I honestly don't know i don't really want to do there will be blood for obvious reasons. I think that there will be blood is masterpiece of the twenty first century. I don't think that bill was opposed to it. <hes> i think the bills trying to cycle through every last damn michelman movie before we get a chance to do that which is fine gonna fire all the bullet out of the chamber. The thing is is if bill does black hat before i you get a chance to do there will be blood. <hes> i'm going to be very concerned about my future. You know that's just one of those things you know. Michael man is brilliant director and i admire great many of his films. I understand the desire to do the last of the mohicans and there's a handful of others that he hasn't done a final thing has been remarkable. I just there will be blood needs to happen and i'm waiting on that. I i've already created so many podcasts and content options here and at cranleigh in an effort to talk about there will be blood. I wrote about the tenth anniversary of the film. We did a two thousand and seven seven top fives podcast here. I just really love digging my teeth into that movie so that's that's. That's my hope. I don't think no one's agreeing to per se but that's where i wanna go a two thousand seven. The top fives podcast for you to talk about there will be blood is just like shifts kiss. You know my lifestyle okay here. A few different people ask about this. Schwartz is being one of them <hes> suggestions from the criterion channel. You've talked about it a few times. A lot of people who listen to this podcast probably have it myself included in it can be kind of wall of old movies that you don't know that well so are there a few that stick out or if you filmmakers out for you. It's so hard to do this because it's so hard to know what people are not familiar with. I'm always surprised surprised by some people have an extraordinary depth of knowledge about the work of akira kurosawa but they don't know anything about nicolas roeg right. So how do you decide what to say. You really really should watch this because there are certain canonical films that i think people are familiar with but maybe they're not the first handful that i wrote down where the red shoes powell and pressburger film and bicycle thieves leaves which are to significantly different non hollywood productions that are striking and sort of their beauty and their intimacy and their importance to the future of filmmaking and their films are from the forties and fifties and <hes> i would just plainly recommend those to any living person i would just say watch the reg dare you to watch the red shoes and not be moved then. There's some other things that are passions of mine that other people may be interested in or not. I wrote down there which is pedroia motive our film kind of preparing for painting glory his new movie coming up. I think there are six or seven almodovar's films on the criterion channel right now. I don't think he'd really do poorly to watch any of them. I wrote down the manchurian candidate which is actually a criterion collection. Blu ray that i spent hard earned money on because i i love that movie so much. It's john frankenheimer her. <hes> sort of espionage paranoia thriller from the early sixty s that is one of the most sophisticated complicated evocations nations of <hes> political insanity that you can ever see and certainly feels relevant to this exact moment. I wrote down aguirre the wrath of god which is one of the masterpieces astra pieces made by a former big picture guest verna herzog. If you wanna see klaus kinski going for it check out aguirre the wrath of god and then you know the one of the great things that the service does is they organize certain collections by director. I'm obviously obsessed with directors. That's why i'm talking to so many of them. On this show. I just done a handful that would be good. I mentioned herzog. I mentioned nicholas rogue who passed away earlier this year and who adam neiman has written about for the site directed movies like walkabout and don't look now performance <hes> the man who fell to earth i. I don't think you can go wrong with any of those movies. Those are all in the service. I wrote on carol reed families cavalry bobby. I'm not so carol reed's the director of the third man which is my favorite move. You've all time and he has a very underrated career. The third man which i believe is celebrating its seventieth anniversary in about a month is widely understood as one of the best movies ever made but he's got a few more that are a little bit under seen include odd man out in the fallen. Idol are the two that i would really really early underlying and i would also point out <hes> our man in havana which is a great alec guinness movie that also appears on the criterion channel so that's just a handful of recommendations and then the aforementioned enjoy a hog her three movies before the souvenir..
"nightmare alley" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Yet to really ever put wrong fair enough fantastic so so here's the thing that i read and then reread and then read again to make absolutely sure that i you know i read it. Wesley snipes is going to be in coming to america yeah here four as general z. Why did you have to reread this wesley snipes and coming to america. These are not things that i generally associate with each other. I just thought it was it was a bold move for weather. I'm down. I'm obviously here for this film. I can't even begin to tell you. I love coming to america and who said love eddie murphy. I used to love wesley snipes so this is working out quite right. Well leslie jones in this which is quite exciting and it's isn't it. Prince akeem returns to american societies long lost son and this is a film that has been. I'm not saying circling the drive but it's only been in the orbit of something quite some time so i'm very excited to see that the finally made record. I've decided that leslie jones is very much my people since she posted a a ah runs on twitter about cap shaving his beard did she is one of the most charming delightful things and right things i've ever seen in my life yeah yeah. I must admit much as i hate to. In any way validate your obsession with caps bid chris evans without a beard is a lesser being in chris evans with italian and again. I've said this before. I'll say it again. Chris evans beard is good. Cap speared is even better now. I can't explain why and but it just it's known form because his chris evans when he has a beard tends to be wearing like blue cap. He's wearing that that you know especially the uniform <hes> chris adams whereas a lot plaid shirts for whichever weakness you know boras super teen years say we're already onto discretion but who then few helen. What is the best movie we did so it was a cap at the moment. What would you ask other ones in calgary. Yeah calvary calvary it. That's a no one destroyers just wonderful. Yeah can't believe mel gibson through his issues. As she gives quite good stripy bid he does but <hes> he loses points for being mel gibson whereas brennan gleason games brennan writes gibson double points points all right so anything else talk talk about any other bits of movie news. There's so much going to play walter cronkite and he said called newsflash good voice chris pine so that kind of makes a certain amount of sentences doesn't look a lot like no no no even slightly but you know if i walter cronkite i._b. Well first of all. I'd be like but then i would be like oh. That's pretty good. I'm okay with that. That's an upgrade unless chris chris pine. You'd be going on now but it's still you behind some handsome. Cronkite height and feldstein is going to play monica lewinsky in american crime story. Yes that's lewinsky is going to produce a as well which is interesting so that's going can be a lotta fun. <hes> hopefully what else did i see. I saw something the other day. Guillermo del toro's out of the whole bunch of cast members to fill nightmare alley says mccoy ron perlman and richard jenkins michael shannon toni collette and cate blanchet and really mara making it a chiral reunion. Do people love that <hes> anything else talk about before we get onto the plug section and talk about this week's issue i mean <hes> disney plus are planning to reboot home loan night museum and others others <hes> cheaper by the dozen as well so basically kind of fox family films diary of a wimpy kid..
"nightmare alley" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"Steve's Hobson Shaw interview which is up on the channel now he actually got to go to both Hawaii and London Linden and he played this game with the cast of the film where he hit he <hes> pit Hobbs v Shaw and a whole bunch of different ways. It's a fun watch. Do go check that out all right story number two now. We are jealous about that of course the Hawaii trip okay. I think every single person has offices jealous of steam. Thankfully he made the most of his time subject on video out all right. Now we get to talk about one of my favorite people on the planet. Guillermo del Toro according to our own Jeff Snyder Guillermo del Toro's new adaptation of nightmare alley is one of the hottest projects in Hollywood right now. Here is what Jeff is hearing. What the casting by do keep in mind that none of these deals are closed. Things could change hinge sources say Toni Collette is poised to play the female lead opposite Bradley Cooper. She'll likely be joined by Richard Jenkins Ron. Perlman Willem dafoe is also in line into coast are as is Mark Povey Nellie Cate Blanchett and Rooney. Mara are also being eyed for key supporting roles. Michael Shannon is also being eyed for a small small role though scheduling May <unk> pose a problem in his case nightmare alley of course is based on the novel of the same name and it follows Stanton Stan Carlisle who joined a travelling circus and schemes to figure out the mind reading act of Mademoiselle's Zeena and her alcoholic husband Pete when Pete Dies Zena is forced to take on stand in as a partner and he proves more gifted than his predecessor. It's not long before Stan goes out on his own to mixed results so now going through Jeff's report here. This is who everybody is expected to. Maybe play Toni Collette would play xena defoe is likely playing Pete. Perlman is poised to play Bruno. The carnival strongman man Jenkins is expected to play one of stands marks Shannon and pof- Melis intended roles or currently being kept under wraps. Mara is I to play Mali. The younger woman who catches stands I while Blanchett is being sought to play stand psychologists who may or may not be trustworthy despite her oath of confidentiality confidentiality production on this one is expected to start in the fall all right big cast here a whole lot of names. I just rattled off of everybody. I said who stands out to you. The most <hes> Bradley Cooper come on now. You can't mentioned autumn people rarely Bradley Cooper. It was only because we knew of Bradley Cooper before so this was just updating the UNSCOM. I always have loved for Bradley Cooper. s I'm telling you <hes> for me. It's Toni Collette because she is amazing and everything she's in and she does not get nearly early enough. Credit should have been nominated hereditary. I don't care if I'm with you on that one so yeah so for me. It's Toni Collette. I will second that and just to throw a different it name and I don't know I can't see cate. Blanchett's name attached to a project air about that so I'm GonNa keep my fingers crossed that one's a panning out and I feel like I haven't seen Rooney Mara in a little while so I was happy to see her name crop on the list to <hes> a leash. I know you are very familiar with the source material here. Is there anybody on this list. That just seems like spot caught on casting for the role in what you hope it's going to be. I feel like Cooper. Is I mean for for what they're they're all really good <hes> casting from if I'm kind of like envisioning in my head of what I would see it as but I think Bradley Cooper can play kind of huckster kind of conman fan really well so I think he's really good in the role. I think some of the fan casting I had seen before his casting was announced was Leonardo. Di Caprio yeah now. I'm like fun. I'm like I kinda would wanNA see Caprio all due respect Bradley Cooper. Please don't fight me. I'M NOT GONNA drop kick this. This is a safe set up but I mean that's that's an amazing cast like even down to Ron Perlman and Richard Richard Jenkins yeah like he's so good so now we also have a a piece of source material that was written a long time ago so when you think about the twenty thousand nine hundred version of nightmare alley. How do you hope that Guillermo adjusted stood for the modern audience so the nineteen forty seven film. It's more of a it's kind of a pure drama and Noir <hes> what I would and obviously anything's made in nineteen. I'm forty seven and it's definitely going to need to have some updates <hes> but I would really love to see him. Keep the noir aspect but lean more into the kind of fantastical kind of Houghton the things that he does really well you know the fantasy in the horror and the dark horror dark fantasy <hes> that's I think you could would make something that is true to the spirit of the original but its own thing and I think he's the perfect director for that Carla. I know you're not as into horror whereas the two of us are so am not is so not my jam but I've been given that though you hear Guillermo del Toro and all of these Academy Award winners or nominees attached attached to a project like this. Do you put that together and maybe say like this is a horror film that could potentially get Academy award consideration almost definitely would all those people attached to it and Guillermo del Toro Yeah of course I'm a fan of him. I'm a fan of his work and I'm a fan of him. Just as a human being on the planet I really is he's a lovely lovely person percents <hes> so as at least said he probably will be able to do some really wonderful things with the film and updating if this generation and this time <hes> and we already know fan of Likud just a little bit of a fan of Bradley Cooper but I'm a huge fan of Toni Collette to and I agree with you about her not getting any any large recognition for her role in hereditary 'cause that was that was something that was something to C. Te only a matter of time. I believe it yeah. I'm just really excited to see him. Put his touch on just the overall atmosphere. It's like even though I actually just before we got on set. I downloaded the audio book so so when I when I wanNA pass Al running all weekend that's what I'm going to be listening to but even as reading the description and thinking about Guillermo and even all these names attached now I can kind of just picture the world and the tone of the world that he is probably going to build so it sounds great. I can't wait to step into it. Hopefully soon enough I also when I see this the. The first thing that popped will two things popped in my head was we are never ever getting that at the mountains of madness movie all right now ever. We're never getting that movie <hes> and to to was I was like man why why haven't Tim Burton and Gamble Torah work together yet. I just feel like that would be such a like their love of kind of dark doc fantasy with a twist whimsey. I feel like that's a natural. They could be very interesting. Yeah I would definitely I mean I definitely would not be opposed to an idea like that but what's that series. That's all Toro's working on right now and he's recruiting all these great hard directors for yeah. That would be a good good opportunity. The the name is escaping me but I still feel like they're still a great movie and Tim Burton. I I really do. I say this as a loving him but I just it's interesting because I just look at them. Sometimes I just think man. How are they never worked together? It really is crazy on the horizon and this this makes a case for more anthology projects. It's it's a format that I understand why many are not doing it because it is easy to sell a more more traditional movie like we're used to seeing I duNno. I feel like V._H._S. to in particular kind of change the game for me as far as horror anthologies go where you can you can see a movie like that in the quality can be so through the roof that I mean I just haven't stopped talking about safe haven for how many years more stuff like that to get more love above all right. Let's hit a couple of live chat questions before we close this out all right. Let's go with a question from thelonious. <hes> most people will now now see a low quality version of the tenant trailer because it's being shown in theaters only. Is this a viable marketing strategy. I can't tell if I'm just like bitter right right now. Because I'm jealous people have seen it and I haven't but I I do get as I'm curious. I'm seeing Hobson shots night and four D._X.. Oh it's going to be a same survive survived for D._A.. was that the deep like the seat that shakes you around. There were like notes like if you don't WanNa get wet. Don't sit in this like. Oh okay. It's a whole thing the whole thing thank <hes> so I'm curious if they attach it to that <hes> screening but I kind of feel like it doesn't matter it's criminal and like people we're GONNA turn out for his movies with a star studded cast. It's true I wanna see it. I respect the fact that he wants to prove because we were talking about it earlier. He wants to preserve the theatrical experience and the truth of the matter is as much as I love watching trailers on my computer now now now the second they come out those trailers will play entirely different for me when I'm sitting there watching them on the big screen so I respect that but nowadays with the technology that we have felonious is right now. There's going to be a whole a bunch of people out here. who see a bootleg copy that I and that's the bummer yeah hopefully <hes> you can stop yourself from watching it and just see in the theater? There's some good movies out this week and you can see Hobson Shaw. If you'd like if loose happens to be playing near you I highly recommend it all right. Let's get this is really random but I'm just going to ask escape because I feel like it. Brad Anderson wants to know what's your favorite dinner. Let's my favorites in anything with seafood. Okay love seafood <hes> <hes> I would Sierra Foodie. You better have a good. I know I am but the sad thing is like my go-to always pizza. That's always my comfort food like pizza but it has has to be good pizza. It can't be like crappy. Domino's sorry to anybody on the East Coast. I need to move back to the east coast but Aycell in the corner and I've been trying to find good Cajun food here since New Orleans since overlook Cajun food was a lot for me. I know in.
"nightmare alley" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"On apple podcasts and podcast one. It's your Friday edition of Collider movie talk and on today's show we are wondering will you watch a four hour cut of once upon a time in Hollywood on top of that. We've got an update for Guillermo del Toro's latest nightmare alley as though I couldn't be more excited about that movie with just him directing now we have an epic and Sambol L. A. Potentially Epoca Massamba all coming together here because our own Snyder has the exclusive on that cast and we're gonNA run through all the names in a moment but first I have to introduce my wonderful panelists we have Colorado back on the show and introducing to movie talk a leash Grauso Hi. How are you guys doing today. I'm so excited I had you in in the studio. After Oliver Wonderful Adventures in New Orleans ourselves here almost running into the Mississippi River limiting ask how his life carlene will life is fantabulous. I cannot complain. I can always count on you to just fill the room with kind of love and enthusiasm. I I love your energy mutual. We are going to run through story number one right now so there was a recent rumor that surface that claimed that Quentin Tarantino had plans to release.
"nightmare alley" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Come so far mayor de Blasio's promising that those responsible will be caught in California a gunman opened fire to garlic festival near San Jose three people killed there before the gunman was shot and killed by police was the final day of the Gilroy garlic festival a three day festival that was wrapping up when the shots were fired witnesses say they took cover wherever they could immediately the festival was locked down people here the inside the trailers of semi trucks they hid under booze they had were ever they could try to get away from the gunfire as police moved in as correspondent Alan stone will have more on the story coming up with lumberman and Michael Riegel is part of the big three today a Bronx man has been charged with the death of his one year old twin babies he left them in a hot car Friday while he went to work his wife so is standing by his side the mother of year old twins who died when their father left them in as cars says she will never get over this line he will never forgive himself for his mistake but Maresca Rodriguez says in a statement she still loves her husband and needs him to get through her absolute worst nightmare alley stacked in Rossini W. our news president trump is set on another Twitter storm when you criticize Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings saying that he's done a lousy job for his district calling a rat and rodent infested mass opponents called it racist but the president fired back president from defending himself against charges of racism after launching a Twitter attack on the African American chairman of the house oversight committee and is majority black district tweeting there is nothing resistance stating plainly what most people already know that Elijah Cummings has done a terrible job for the people of his district and later today the White House the president will sign the nine eleven victims compensation fund in the law is invited first responders to the signing the Senate passed the measure ninety seven to two last week and later this week New Jersey residents will legally be permitted to take their own lives starting Thursday August first the law permits terminally ill adults the getting use medication that will bring an end to their lives if they have less than six months to live.
"nightmare alley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is a mytalk dirt alert. Okay, how yes we have been really good today and even looked at the internet or whole show. We've just been liking talking to each other. So we don't know if there's breaking. Hasn't. That's really good. We'll have cookies after the sake yesterday. I know we were a handful of dirt alert, you could hardly. Julius to painted toes. Yeah. It was a great food for families broadcasts. Oh, yes, it was. You guys are having fun at the intercontinental hotel yesterday. All right. Here's some show biz news here, Lena Dunham has a new job over at HBO. Oh, she's going to direct an executive produce a new limited series called industry, which will follow a group of twentysomethings breaking into the world of international finance. Well that may be good. I don't know what I wish it was like PR meet, like social media. I wish it would be about social media or something. Well, this is going to be about a group of young people competing for a limited set of permanent positions at a top investment Bank in London. This could be sexy. They have money yet London London. All right. And allegedly it's going to be kind of sexy. So we don't know when we know sexy in as much as we're going to I wanted to be sexy just. All right. In the way that girls was sexy. There is a lot of nudity, and there was some graphic sex, scenes. I mean, remember Allison Williams. Yes, I do I had to explain to somebody Julia. It wasn't me. What you know you didn't know the salad tossing. Yeah. I didn't know that. I know it I didn't know that. I can't even I didn't have to tell me that. I did she didn't and ice, you know, filtered few where the tongs when you need that's mine. Mean serious. That isn't I can't really am having are stop and let you know lease. All right. That's focus anymore today, lurk mean of you to send me off what? Quiet. Bradley Cooper, also has a new job allegedly supposedly variety dot com is reporting that Bradley Cooper is going to be starring Aguirre the Toro's next new movie called nightmare alley. This was supposed to be a role played by Leonardo DiCaprio. But apparently he dropped out of the project, Bradley Cooper is in probably just doing final the Goshi on the contract. Now, this is based off of a movie that FOX made all the way back in nineteen forty seven called nightmare alley. This movie star Tyrone power has an ambitious young conman who teams up with a female psychiatrist who is even more corrupt than he is. Sounds good at first they enjoy success fleecing people with their mental health act. But then she turns the tables on him out, manipulating the manipulator. Oh, that sounds good. And you know what he told his agent, get something out me about me out in the trades, because my ex girlfriend is just out insane herself all over in Europe and I need some pub. Yes. Well in speak. Taking of Irena shake Bradley Cooper's ex girlfriend ex-fiancee. She is strolling the streets of Florence Italy hand in hand with her friend model, Stella Maxwell. You might know her. She was oh, she dated Kristen Stewart for a while. So you might know her from there as the connection to them or just they're eating it up. The paparazzi are taking the photographs of them looking all hot in Italy. Yeah. I don't I don't blame arena for for doing that. I mean, I just think that she's like she was so done with him and his. He no no feet, and he was so dumb with her. No, I, maybe he was the one, she had the baby. He said they were going to get married out ju-. You can't tell me you wouldn't be mad at somebody who had a baby with, and it said he was going to marry you know, he said he was going to marry you. They were engaged. Just a date holder. Oh, yeah. Where's your sympathy? I don't have an ounce. I guess I just watched him this morning stars boy, I mean I know I love with him. And I'm sorry. What she's young? She can she's gonna do great. I think she believed him. You know, and he's like twelve years older than I just never like it when people really sell young something. And then they don't follow through. Yeah. He was. Yeah, I just I don't know. I just feel for her. We'll speaking of relations. I don't I don't know why I don't even speak anymore. That's what I say. Oh, god. I don't speak anymore. Just Holly space. If you decide what may accent. Yeah. I mean you're just like slurry now this they're doing are my scarf, or. Around your mouth. Well, speaking of couples that can't promise, so finding alley just comes in. She's like these girls ever be for me. If they ever will be sending the cookie offer that I offered at the beginning of the segment, I'm gonna tell you about Rebecca gay harden, Dane. So on the other end of the spectrum relationships not keeping promise of dissolving. So Rebecca gay heart and Eric Dane filed for divorce last year after fourteen years being together. However, they've both received court warnings about finalizing their divorce at a timely fashion, tick tock, the superior court of Los Angeles County filed notices to both of them yesterday outlining the steps for their divorce to be finalized. And if they don't actually finalize their divorce the court, they'll have to start all over again. If they don't provide the documents across the t's and dot the lower case may, maybe they're maybe they're kind of like thinking about getting back together or have embraced him back. Makeup sex Eric Dane was praising Rebecca gay hard on the red carpet recently. And you know, it's he went through a massive depression. Yeah. Like could maybe they're changing their mind and that's why they even they've filed the paperwork, they've got the young kids a he went through. He had to quit shipwreck, whatever that show was he like went through serious, mental health issues. I read the story in people magazine. So I'm hopeful. We'll number Becca gay heart when all of the drama that she had in her life. Manslaughter died took manslaughters I suppose. Yeah, thank you. You're adding waves and waves and layers and layers sister, Lert this on. Waning color. Oh. So they both went through some major trauma, and maybe we agree. Maybe they just filed it if they find a ways back to each other. Why not? They're good looking couple a hallmark movie. They're good looking Cupo threesomes too, by the way in that hot tub. Oh, well, not make it into the hallmark original movie. For three sons at the holidays. Yes, exactly. I'm like poison.
"nightmare alley" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"nightmare alley" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"And they never did the sort of you know, the cameras in the arena never found them. So I assume they sort of all those on coach photos. Makes sense because they're all buds. They all were drafted in the same draft. They're they're pals. Now, you gotta explain in a few years ago. Yeah. These four guys Dwayne Wade. Lebron Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Paul and people and their families, their wives their kids, whatever right Paul of the YouTube Paul's. No, God, Chris, you might know him from the AllState ads with his brother where he has like a fake twin, brother. Yeah. They all went on vacation together. I think in like the Caribbean or something. Yeah. And they were posting on Instagram like, lots of self eastern, king wine because LeBron's obsessed with wine. He loves his online. That's a great Viseu. Should. I mean, part of the California move. Yeah, winery. Oh my God. Could you imagine the fucking him going Kurt Russell for winery advice, they should base should link-up? Yes. Sorry, lebron. Yeah. So and there was one shot of them all on a banana boat together, and it became so. So they themselves the people of Twitter Dublin that but they have they have like embraced it the banana boat crew. So they are the banana boaters, and we are let's say it the big year elephant crew. Yeah. Exactly. I mean is this like fucking slam-dunk triumph? He got it back not necessarily. He threw the ball from the entire other side of the court like hit the backboard. So he's still like pretty good pretty. Points. But it's still pretty might take away his all out. Tim Burton to say on earth and nocco to switch is huge. We were all hitting the end of our I was done. Yes. Maybe there's a little bit of freedom in knowing where we're done here. Under percent. And the light at the end of the tunnel. I don't. Yeah. Maybe it was just seeing it in the theater some of that. You know what? I mean looks great look really good. It looks good Collins in it, you know, like for some reason it's like I just like a piece of tender is meet by the time. I saw Dumbo. I was just like fine. Yes. Whatever submission. Here's another thing. For me. Call me a sucker. Call me an easy lay. You give me a movie where someone says the elephants is heading towards nightmare mountain. And I'm I'm kind of in. Well, also, Michael Keaton. Rally. It was nightmare. Nightmare alley. More recently than I. Yeah. Michael Keaton, also the futuristic design bullshit, you love we're gonna get in tall relying..
"nightmare alley" Discussed on Filmhaus
"Yeah, great design. I'll see. You don't know like like that practical or is that? Yeah, goalers combination to the to insurers? Yeah, but it's good design. They gotta fits the urban vibe of the movie. I just got goosebumps. Thinking of like the end there. Yeah. I don't know. I feel like most monsters are really bad. The Cloverfield saying, I don't know. Well, those Godzilla the giant monsters have got to be kinda hard to do. Yeah, to render correctly and show you but also terrify you. I guess they're just made so non-organically that you're like, is that an arm or like I thought in the most recent Godzilla Godzilla looks good, but what he fought looked like trash like they're like these like cephalopod things or whatever. Right? They like we're, I don't know. I like I like me a good just wear and understand what's the front. What's the back? What's the top? What's bottom show me that bottom. Yeah. So at least you're a huge GT fan. I am. He, he's a monster man himself and his actually we're talking about modern ones, and that's the one I guess he popped into my head because you mentioned the pale man from pants labyrinth earlier because he knows it. He, he does a good job on his mom. Easters. Yeah, and he's got a big passion. 'cause they'll, you went to his home with monsters exhibit those. Maybe the cool start exhibit I've ever seen. The tortoise has his personal collection. It's artifacts from his films, but also from like the different works. He loves that are particularly related or tangentially related to horror. A man is so cool frightening, but but also model you costumes and frames from old horror film. The thing is unlike most of his movies, it's the human. That's usually the monster, especially fans. That's that's an interesting fem-. He is hammered in several films. Is that the monsters are, you know, maybe misunderstood or, you know, they're not the villain at some horrible man missing what was she pa- water as manager. And again, the man was the monster, right? Even in leg- pan is cool l. or phenomena like the bow, the like scary little boy cycle. He's really the monster, you know, but the pale man is super creepy though. I think it was a Doug Jones. Yeah, he's pretty Pretty cool. cool. I also like I guess you could technically think like depending on how you interpret this film. This fallen. I mean, you could think of like creature monster, whether whether I used to be like whether you know his intent or not, because it was kind of militias wasn't. Yeah, it's like, is the fun Charlie trying to trigger, I guess, or. Yeah. So it's such a great movie. What's he making? No shit would every once we're, he'll boy, was he making. Is he making. That's second movie. Well, not that the first one was good, but I watched Pacific rim to recently. It was pretty rough. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know what he's working on. I feel like I follow him on Twitter. So I feel like I see every once in a while, at least we'll. What does he got there? Oh. Nightmare alley Pinocchio. Troll hunters. There's man what they're writing. I don't know what nightmare alley is. Scary stories to tell them the dark. Oh, that's it. Because I thought monsters exhibit. He has all the original covers because he's a Manian so read, did you manage one of those things where it's like, man, what a cool exhibit and they're like, yeah, and it exactly recreates his living room and kill me. I feel like if you submerse yourself in it and it just becomes commonplace for you. I don't want it to be though. I don't want it to be. I already live enough bubbles. I don't need that additional bubble of horrified fear that I exist in still smoking pipes. Yeah. Or any other monsters on their release. You had a couple. One we talked more which is if we, if we have time mentioned was Audrey to from little shop of horrors. Oh yes. And mean that's a little bit more like camp? Not really scary, but. Sure. Like Jim Henson workshop created Audrey. And I think the best thing about the designed for Audrey is that like terrifying like the idea of a giant man eating plant as an entire basement. But then you're like, cute though..
"nightmare alley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"But we begin with Cosby show. Shame. Now, a lot has changed since the Cosby show was the number one show in America for many many weeks and maybe years, including. Lovable sitcom Dan dad being imprisoned in his eighties for being a sexual predator. This weekend. One of the characters from the Cosby show and forgive me for not knowing his name. Jeffrey, something forgive me for not knowing his name. He was. The ROY on this. His name is Geoffrey Owens. Thank you. You're welcome. Geoffrey owens. What was he was? He he was he played Elvin who was one of the daughters, husbands, Saddam under the doctor. Right nerdy. Right. Which daughter, Sandra? Okay. So someone did you hear what happened with him this weekend? No, no. Why the damn for Sandra? Now just Roy's I mean, just had answers. Patches wheelhouse. I mean, any any arcane knowledge of any television show in the nineties, boom, that's Roy's wheel, it's a pretty famous television show. I would think that would know that stuff. I agreed. But you also have an uncommon amount of useless information about pop culture of that time. I know. So, but you guys what happened to this weekend is that someone took a picture of him recognized thirty years later, and he was bagging groceries. He was they were shaming him. For the job of being a grocery Bagger going from the Cosby show to two grocery bagging after you've heard Greg Cody on this show. You've heard him talk about his idyllic utopia as a garbage man, the nobility of being a garbage, man. Greg Cody fantasizes about it. Greg Cody wishes that for one day he could be a garbage, man. I think that's a dream. We're gonna make come true before. Oh, please do. Yeah. I mean to this day when I see a big green waste management truck. Go by ice. Oh, what a hitch a ride on the back of that truck. I feel the same way about being a mailman. There is something there has to be something. So cathartic just about having a mail route. That's it you drop the mail in the mailbox your day is done government benefits. There has it's weird fantasy. Weird fantasies. I know the work is hard. I'm just saying there must be something. Very just being alone with your thoughts and just doing your route. And you're done. I mean, okay, or you could just be unmarried. You know, you have to sort the mail. You have to get out of the truck in some places you have to carry a bag. It's hot dogs or a nightmare alley dogs are rabid nightmare. That haunts you're sending an Email basically is what he's doing. Well, you think they're sorting their own mail. I mean, I don't think I think it's sorted for them. Once they get there. I got I'm not saying that we've gone off point. I love that everything band knows about mailmen or male women is just something that scene in a movie because he's never actually picked up his own male. Haven't picked it up and ten years. Just collecting somewhere. I also I haven't checked my voicemail in several years. So there are probably important messages on it. Time now for Greg. Cody back in my day. Now. Take a treat the memory lane. Here's your guy. Could he with back in my day? We never got to the Cosby show segment you guys just hijacked it with your nonsense. Collecting..
"nightmare alley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Greg Cody back in my day to get to. We've got stugotz his weekend up survey ships to get to. We've got the funniest thing from a long sports weekend to get to, but we begin with Cosby show shame. Now a lot has changed since the Cosby show was the number one show in America for many, many weeks and maybe years, including. The lovable sitcom debt dad being imprisoned in his eighties for being a sexual predator. This weekend, one of the characters from the Cosby show and forgive me for not knowing his name, Jeffrey something. Forgive me for not knowing his name. He was the ROY on. This is name is Geoffrey Owens. Thank you. You all Kim Geoffrey Owens, what was he? Was he? He was. He played Elvin who was a one of the daughters husbands Saddam. There's the doctor right little bit nerdy, right? Yeah, yeah. Which daughter? Sandra. Okay. So someone did you hear what happened with him this weekend though? No. Why the damn for Sandra now? Just Roy's. I mean, just had answers. Wheelhouse. I mean any any arcane knowledge of any television show in the nineties? Boom, that's Roy's real. It's a pretty famous television showed us to. I would think that would know that the agreed but you also have an amount of useless information about pop culture of that time. I know so, but what happened to them this weekend is that someone took a picture of recognized thirty years later and he was bagging, groceries, he was, they were shaming him. For the job of being a grocery Bagger, going from the Cosby show to two grocery bagging. If you've heard Greg Cody on this show, you've heard him talk about his identity Topi as garbage man, the nobility of being a garbage man. Greg Cody fantasizes about it. Greg Cody wishes that for one day he could be a garbage man. I think that's a dream. We're gonna make come true before. Oh, please to. I mean to this day, when I see a big green waste management truck go by, I so wanna hit you right on the back of that truck. I feel the same way about being a mailman there is something there has to be something so cathartic just about having a mail route. That's it. You drop the mail in the mailbox. Your day is done government benefits. There has its, you've weird. Raise like weird. Fantasies work is hard. I'm just saying there must be something very just being alone with your thoughts and just doing your route, and then you're done, I mean, okay, or you could just be unmarried, you know, you have to sort the main. You have to get out of the truck in someplace you have to carry a bag. It's hot dogs or a nightmare alley. Dogs are rabid nightmare that haunts your every set sending an Email basically is what he's doing. Well, you think they're sorting their own mail. I mean, I don't think it's sorted for them once they get there. I got. I'm not saying that we've been off point. I love that everything Dan knows about mailmen or male women is just something that scene in a movie because he's never actually picked up his own male. Haven't picked it up and ten years. Just collecting somewhere. I also haven't checked my voicemail and several years. So there are probably important messages on that. Time now for Greg cody's back in my day. Now these to take it, treat them menorah lane. Here's your guy. Rick could with back in my day, we never got to the Cosby show. Segment, you guys just hijacked it with your nonsense. Collecting. Whatever happened to it over time collectors, looking for a profit off collectibles gave collecting a bad name. That's what many ball players now refuse to sign stuff for adults because they know these creatures aimed turn the item into memorabilia for sale back made, oh, you collected as an innocent hobby, you collected because you wanted to have something and save it forever. Not.
"nightmare alley" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"It's only the thirtythird movie ever in history to cross one billion dollars the 16th film to reach this milestone in the fifth marvel film to do so joining the ranks of the avengers avengers age of ultranationalist man three and captain america civil war so congratulations to black panther welldeserved as i've always said it's not just a an important film for minorities and for women it's just a great superhero moving it's all the matters it's terrific speaking a movies gammo del toro has announced that he is divorced just days after his oscars win he has announced that he is no longer with his wife of thirty one years a lot of people including my wife were saying was we watched the oscars who is that really young attractive blonde on his arm is that his wife and i said i don't think so i remember his wife being unreasonably attractive in comparison to ghirma del toro remember her being that young i thought she was older and we were all right his wife laura ends and newton was not present at the academy awards the blonde on his arm was a screenwriter named kim morgan who actually wrote his upcoming projects nightmare alley and no confirmation whether the two are in a relationship or not but he said does she is working with me we have a nice friendship the explained right wink wink um yamada tours wiped by the way also lorenzo newton beautiful beautiful woman this screenwriter also very beautiful and there's a lot of uh at dumpty chubby fan buoys out there who saying how can how can he pull all those masing looking good women why can't i do that you can do that if you're incredibly talented and charming and rich and successful so just get that just go be that and do that then it's katy perry killed a non this week that was said at the bare hands but i heard a joke throughout the hump apparently katy perry has been battling some nuns but in court and if you heard this or not but she's trying to buy a content an eight acre convent because she wants to own it and live in it i'm assuming she's gonna raise the buildings had just use the property or maybe she'll take the property and sort of revamp it.