35 Burst results for "Seth Rogan"

"seth rogan" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Method. I don't remember that from fifth grade. I it's a consensus building process of what they report. One day might not be true the next day because that first day maybe fouled she said do. You shouldn't be wearing masks. The consensus was an end yet. But later on when the consensus came in it changes so you are not to research to find any facts because the facts do not exist because he scientists are coming to a consensus and then the media will tell you. What the facts are you know. I had a. I had an experience like that today. That i was actually on that side of the argument. A little bit in this. So there's this big article on fox news about the emmys. How everybody was at the emmys without masks. And seth rogan started the whole conversation by saying we are indoors in a hermetically sealed. Ten and i wouldn't have shown up. They said it was outdoors but the only reason they said they did it out. Doors is they said it was bigger and they could space the tables apart and so i think they set up this whatever. It is red-herring or something straw man. And then i went further and looked at it and i saw that everybody there was required to both be vaccinated and have a negative. Pcr test so. I was about to make the argument. Like okay. I understand why. This is all ridiculous. But but they aren't being hypocritical like the articles are all about how they're being hypocritical and what i was thinking. Was they all agree that vaccines plus tests means. You're So i was in my own argument again like omos. Being the devil's advocate identified that. It really isn't about the truth. Which i know i i think there's a lot of science argued on all of those things all of those things masks. Pcr task vaccines distancing indoor outdoor everything. I don't stipulate their facts at all. But i was just recognizing that all they really care about is consensus and it was consistent with their consensus opinion and we saw this emerge in that rock video. We'd i believe the last one we did. Were they said the average person is not smart enough to understand the complexities of the science and they also talked about this during this interview and this is a consensus building process. You're not part of the consensus. Do not look facts because they don't exist yet. We'll tell you what they are. Here's my question. And then i have actually a solution that i think we can subvert this with how long until this becomes anybody who says they do their own research about learning about a candidate. They're going to vote for is dangerous. How long until that doing your own research about a candidate becomes dangerous. Not just about a scientific explanation or something..

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Conan O'Brien and Seth Rogan Smoke Weed On-Air

Ray Appleton

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Conan O'Brien and Seth Rogan Smoke Weed On-Air

"O Brien. Um, I don't know why I've never been a fan of his. But anyway, he's uh, always cutting new ground. He got together with South Rogan. And his late night show is coming to an end. He's getting ready to do a big thing for HBO and and you know all that, but he thought he would go out with a bang. So how did he do that? With Rogan? They lit up a big holder on TV live in front of everybody. And it kind of sounded like this. You seem like a guy who's I don't know. Relax, centered. Like you know who you are. I'm going to have a lot of free time now for a while. We're going to start something else up. But I'm going to have some downtime. And I honestly I'm not even kidding. I don't really know what to do with downtime. Yes, I get that sense from you. Yeah. Really Tell me. Yeah, I do. I mean, Never doing your live show in Vancouver after I remember being with you backstage. We were just like what is happening right now. Like what? Why are you doing this demand? I demanded that that I had all the time to, like, Take some time off before we started. The next thing I know, we're during more show all across the country. I think theaters Yeah, I needed to be medicated, but it was still a lot of fun. No, it was a pleasure to play a part in your therapy ins, But, yeah, I think you do have time on your hands. Would suggest this is going to be hilariously on brand. Try smoking a lot of weed for a long time.

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Seth Rogen Calls Ted Cruz a Fascist

The Michael Berry Show

01:12 min | 7 months ago

Seth Rogen Calls Ted Cruz a Fascist

"Senator ted cruz is our guest. And it came across the blotter just a few minutes ago. Fox news reporting that. Seth rogan called him a fascist fascist as the new racist. But he doesn't really seem to care what anybody calls him. He just doing his job. But when does the nonsense end you know you. You've got angry rich leftist. Who who just like to throw insults and and You know it. I actually think it's indicative of the environment where ian where there's so much hatred there so much ugliness and there's so much misinformation You know you. And i've talked about this before. I worry that with with social media with the internet that that that tribalist where we're just talking to people who agree with us and so the right listens to right wing media. The lessons left wing media. I if someone disagrees with you you unfriendly them on social media and we don't have shared access shared information anymore. So it's so it's it's like we're living in parallel universes and that i think is good for the country

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Kinda Cute Podcast

Kinda Cute Podcast

05:40 min | 9 months ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Kinda Cute Podcast

"I think it was as long as it may be breakfast lunch and dinner because he he went david to vancouver but they were like smoking weed. And seth like had one of his joints and he gave it to david. David was like you could see like the. It was like you could see the hallucinations lie happening in his mind. Like he was his is worth wide. Is they went. He's like. I am so far. Gone and i took like one hit of sense joy. Yeah so that's what i was thinking. Maybe you beginning with house plan. But i'll i'll read you at their review wasn't second because this part i read i and i was shook down to the ground because i could not believe the answer their asked. What their favorite drink and snack pairings are when smoking. And evan says coffee and sparkling water and seth rogan says sparkling water and to that. I'm just like not even some gold fish. a twinkie. what else some checks mic sounds. Love it. I love it. She's like. I'm gravitating towards like some cheesy crunchy things. But that in like a pint of ice cream fucked me up. Is this some health conscious. We'd shit sparkling water south rogan's looking pretty. I know he looks spell but like britney's sparkling water okay so the diet is and sparkling water at the c. e. like i don't but i eat the we'd physically eat it and then i watch dallas sparkling water. The thing is you know actually probably actually eating a lot of it on accident just from smoking that sheer amount. There's gotta be some full. We leaves going down the going. The guts probably calling the gutless once. It called the no no. You're you're going some serious word as charlotte. Wow okay next story. This creepy cheerleading. Mom story is the stuff of nightmares. Now it has been a while since we've had juicy scammy crazy mom story who he is a pennsylvania woman is accused of doctoring photos and videos of her daughter's cheerleading teammates. An attempt to get them kicked off the squad. Now this is wild to me. Because really was she was doing was making deepfakes of these girls. Now if you haven't heard deepfakes an article doesn't really describe it so let me do the honor it. Is this idea that you can take a video of someone and you can superimpose someone. Its face over in. The technology has gotten really good. And there's a lot of sites on the internet you can do this so it was used for nefarious reasons a lot for example they take. Selena gomez's face put it on a porn video. You get what you get where. I'm going here like you..

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Deepfake technology: Can you spot what's real?

TechtalkRadio

04:23 min | 9 months ago

Deepfake technology: Can you spot what's real?

"I'm andy taylor. And i'm justin. Lemme and it is the three of us today. There is a lot of tech to talk about. I think the big thing that a lot of people have been talking about this week number one for themselves and number one by just pure astonishment is the technology of deepfake technology. We talked about this a couple months ago. Well you know we. We talked about some deepfakes and all that stuff. But this is how it's it's rear its ugly head again and it's back with a vengeance ugly it looks. It looks so good. it's ugly for society because it does look so good and it's so confusing. I think you're talking about the tom. Cruise ones right yeah. You're the one who told me about it. Because i hadn't seen it yet and it appeared on tiktok amazing because tiktok it. They have a policy no deepfakes. They don't want deepfakes on on tiktok and this was posted on tiktok and eleven million views by people. Saying wait a minute. Tom cruise is doing a magic trick. Tom cruise's played golf. And he's put it he's on tiktok and people were watching and the thing is. You really can't tell that. It's not tom cruise. And that's that's what makes it rough those of you don't know what a deepfake is a deepfake. Is you get an act. I have an actor but a person anybody it could be anybody to be the The video portion of it. And then you'll be walking around a room or doing something. But then you're going to upload know of everybody can do this because it does require some sophisticated technology but you upload like a celebrities face in different poses which gets a bunch of different pictures of that celebrity and then you for lack of better term you superimposed that celebrities face on the quote unquote actors body and it becomes that person. This technology can basically turn anybody into somebody else now. We we've seen some deepfakes in the past that have featured celebrities but always like kind of a little switch. And i've liked those. I've been entertained by those where you have stallone as the terminator or bill hater which is one of the best ones out there. I think bill hader while. He's he's on. One of the talk shows transforms into tom cruise and transforms into seth rogan. While he's i love that one. That one's a lot of fun and they're fun but this deepfake was different because it wasn't like this is another celebrity trying to be another celebrity. This is like oh this. Is tom cruise. Which makes everybody think. Oh that's tom cruise. It brings up the idea then. Okay could a politician then be created to see something outrageous or yeah. That's what i was about to say is like people say how could be a threat to society. just imagine. Just imagine that somebody does somehow does a deepfake of president biden announcing war on china. china's somehow sees this and says well no no no no no where declaring war in america and launches their nukes. Not possible but oh it is possible now that technology fake the technology yet totally and it can also in the case of crime. We've got footage of this crime going down this person did. That's not me. That's a deepfake. There's in could be used as the defense could be used as maybe putting somebody up. That is innocent of a crime. I mean it's you say that there is a technology that you found out that is now being developed to combat the deepfakes like basically be able to tell if it was altered a company. And i'm the name kind of escaped me. I signed up to kind of follow them and see what they're doing but they're apparently able to use technology to determine similar like what people have done now with photoshop. Be has been able to set now that you can tell that's photoshop. You can see that but now this company is going to work with the some of these deepfake videos and see they can determine but again. The technology is getting so good but people have said. Well we don't have the expertise to do it ourselves. But we're beginning to see that changing as

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US charges North Korean computer programmers in global hacks

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

US charges North Korean computer programmers in global hacks

"And destructive hacks, including targeting banks in a movie studio. That's according to a newly unsealed indictment, which builds often earlier criminal case brought in 2018. The new cases add two additional North Korean defendants. Prosecutors say all three programmers are members of a military intelligence agency, the North Korean government. The indictments in this is an expansion of an investigation linked to 2014 in a cyber attack that was retaliation for the interview Movie starring Seth Rogan and James Franco. Down today Up 90 at 31,006 13. And now

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US charges three North Koreans over $1.3bn theft

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

US charges three North Koreans over $1.3bn theft

"Korean computer programmers have just been indicted in connection with a global syriza of cyber attacks. You want to kill the leader of North Korea See action comedy. The interview, starring James Franco and Seth Rogan depicted a fictional assassination of North Korea's leader in retaliation for the film. North Korean military hackers targeted Sony Pictures. Acting U. S. Attorney Tracy Wilkinson said the same group of hackers also sought to steal more than a billion dollars. There's from banks around the world. Scope of these crimes by the North Korean hackers is staggering, the indictment said. The North Korean hackers also used malware to take control of 80 EMS, from which they siphon $6 million Erin could risky. ABC News New York

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"seth rogan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Material and I I always knew that the story is very small and specific but their ways in which it can sort of spiderweb out into other areas. Um, even honestly with like, in the case of Seth Rogan or Amy Nan. They weren't originally designed Tombo in the first season, they both had reached out to me saying how much they liked the podcast, and it was only after you know when Aimee Mann said, Oh, I love this podcast, and I was like we should get you on some time without even and that was what caused me to remember that her album had come out of months before, And so it was all I was listening to Both before and after, because her album is so much about sort of failure in show business and rejection and all these things, and I had kind of buried that I went. And with Seth Rogan. I was like we got to figure out a way to get you on the podcast. I'll figure out some some angle some way to connect, and he's like, Well, you know, I auditioned for Band of brothers was like, great. Perfect. You know that some of these some of these connections happen without me even searching for them, you know? That's one of the things I just love about This podcast is that it proves that like nonfiction storytelling is magical that if you start putting your energy toward a question about something that's real from your life, or from just the lives of a bunch of people The world will come back and deep in that for you. It's also I have to say a great excuse for, um you know, I had had a mean as a guest on one of my comedy shows. E. C B a couple years earlier. But the show gives me an excuse sometimes to have the kind of conversations that Would be uncomfortable if you didn't have the excuse of a podcast. The question I have Connor, but we were talking to Connor Ratliff about his podcast dead eyes where he's trying to figure out why it was the Tom Hanks fired him from the HBO show Band of Brothers for having dead eyes..

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Sebastian Stan to Play Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee in Hulu Series

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Sebastian Stan to Play Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee in Hulu Series

"Been cast for the new Who Luke, Syria's based On Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. Oh, Lord have mercy That was a Dumpster fire. Well, the limited Syriza, Pam and Tommy will follow the scandalous relationship between the Motley Crue drummer than the Baywatch actress that dominated the tabloids in the nineties. Yes, it did. Reporting deadline, says Sebastian, Stan and Lily James will play Lee and Anderson. The Syrians will be produced by Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg and directed by the guy who directed I Tanya Filming is set to begin this spring.

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HBO's New Documentary Warns Of The Dangers Of Cyberwarfare

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:20 min | 1 year ago

HBO's New Documentary Warns Of The Dangers Of Cyberwarfare

"The perfect weapon now on HBO is a documentary about a danger. We've all heard a lot about, but don't really know new and frightening warning from the FBI on hackers using malicious software to launch a cyber attack against us. It's based on the best selling book by New York Times National Security correspondent David He, Sanger. About a new form of conflict that is global, inexpensive, invisible and supremely available to small groups, not just large powers. Jon Mateos, the director of the perfect weapon, and he joins us now from Brooklyn. Thank you so much for being with us. Thanks for having me, Scott. You know, I'm going to ask you plenty of questions about the dangers that cyber warfare poses to the US, But I have to ask you first. Did we fire the first shots across the bow? It appears as if we did Scott because when we attacked the Iranian nuclear program in 2007, the code that we put into the plant was released and everyone knew about it. Now there were plenty of covert kind of operations that go on, probably things we'll never know about. But that one was let out of the box. And because of that, it appears as if we fire the first shot, and we've been paying for it ever since. Let me ask you about a few attacks. We know about 2013 cyber attack. On Las Vegas that was done in response to something of casino owners. That's right. Well, he wasn't just any casino owner was Sheldon Adelson, a well connected casino that's correct on he had gone online. He was part of the symposium where he talked about actually setting off a nuclear weapon. Against Iran as a way to stop their nuclear program, and that video went onto YouTube. It went viral and the Iranians found out about it, and they planned, very powerful, destructive cyber attack of his sands casino operation to demonstrate something to him or to the United States. Oh, that's the thing about these sorts of attacks. You know, they're short of war attacks. They're not necessarily attacking our Our critical infrastructure all the time. But it sends a message. That destructive attack is easy for a country like Iran. It's it's an asymmetrical attack, and it made a very strong point. Once it was let out. I mean, the Sands Corporation did everything I could to hide the fact that they've lost $40 million in their technology, But it was let out and incentive, frightening message And, as David Sanger says in the film What happened in Vegas didn't stay in Vegas 2014 cyberattack essentially brought down a Seth Rogan James Franco film the interview, which in fact does raise serious questions about freedom of expression. On also of you know, a major film corporation Sony. Yeah, that was that was the one that really got so much notice because it became suddenly an international incident. And I have to say it's one of the big issues in the film that I think people will recognizes that that the US is uniquely vulnerable to these kinds of attacks because of our open this because of our First Amendment because of the public square. Our weapons against authoritarians regimes don't necessarily have the same effect happened. Dump attacks, like what happened at Sony are not as effective to countries like Iran and Russia.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"That's expected. You're you're a rising star Jason in this field that's expected Well, actually, that sounds away. I'm especially considering the Jew. I am already on the top of that. We'll not Seth Rogan tweeted at you. So you're officially I think he's going to start yelling at me. And then I'm gonna have to get into all Twitter war with Seth Rogan and I'm assuming his followers have been safe for another movie guy who tweets it you all the time. Probably. Adam. I'm too big of a deal. Right? Just ask the question. Okay. Just push the button. What's trending on the road, so bicyclists are no longer required to stop. At stop signs in Washington State as of today. No, really. They treated now officially as a yield. I'm going to hate this, which is what they've always been doing because they never stopped at a stop sign. I've literally never in my life have seen a bicycle is stopped at a stop sign. Ever unless they just happen to be stopping at the sub time, because where they're going is right by the stop sign. I've literally never seen one stop there. I understand that we have a handful of listeners who maybe cyclists on the road. But now we don't shame if you if you're a cyclist, Don't stop listening. I can't stand good. I can't see them either. They're the worst. They never stopped. And then when they don't stop and you're trying to take your right hand turn or something. They get mad at you for following the rules of the road. It's ridiculous and I'm trying to share the road. But these bikers, just hog everything. They're the worst liking five. They're just the worst. And in this case, what I find particularly funny here is that the lawmakers behind this particular bill are claiming that it's safer..

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"seth rogan" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"My goodness I I she's supposed to be a comedian but you know that the Greek word for that that's the word for cabin comes from it the Greek translation means could care less it back all that presents to me she is not funny he needs to go away sleeping for years he has he doesn't he's not objective enough you know that everybody's entitled to their own opinion she still is she still on the view as far as I know she is she okay I see her on there and I immediately had quick are you is there anybody on the view that you do like because honestly like the only time I see the view is if I have a doctor's appointment because it seems like to be a lawyer it right is it seems like a major is a lot that they have to have that on every doctor's waiting rooms and then it's like I don't like anybody it doesn't matter whether the rock on the right or left or whatever politically it's just like anybody on that show and Cheryl and I'm basically I'm I'm tired tired of hearing the political stuff on just think of it and but watching that show would for me be polite one one my whole week I couldn't we have overload that's he's got it bad yeah okay do you know who do you know who Seth Rogan as all right yes I do and I he's my I. is also on my list but you don't like him I don't like to I can't hire.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on KTOK

"And the nation's capital predictably yet many in the media blame Donald Trump for much of the unrest the new York times writing quote how trump's idea for a photo op led to havoc in a park on quote Washington post quote trump's threats to deploy troops moves America closer to anarchy on quote both newspapers are hate trump enterprises you can't believe a word either of them print top Democrats also trashing the president Massachusetts senator ed Markey calling Mr trump's gum for fueling racial hate Nancy Pelosi accusing the chief executive of ripping the country apart many celebrities blame America itself Colin Capra Nick the football kneel down guy because of violence the only logical reaction to police brutality Justin Timberlake Steve Carell Seth Rogan others donating money to help bail out violent rioters violent these actors also support black lives matter which is really an updated version of the Black Panther party black lives matter the organization wants to ban public policing and release all minority prisoners from jail black lives matter is a radical and dangerous organization supp what happens now in America violence is slowly dissipating new polls show seventy one percent of Americans want the National Guard to enforce peace there is backlash coming and it could play out in November the majority of Americans do not want anarchy and do not believe they live in a racist country in a moment virtue signaling and George Clooney right back with that there are thousands of abandoned animals in the USA that need our help I am partnering with delta rescue the largest no kill care for life animal sanctuary in the world founded by actor Leo Grillo who left Hollywood to devote his life to saving abandoned animals delta animal sanctuary is a one of a kind rescue unit they are staffed by trained attendants who look after each animal providing them water treats toys and affection.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Next on what are three five good morning glad you have a son Jeez entertainment report with red energy I'm one of three five how to Seth Rogan.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Z104

"That RuPaul is gonna be a prime time to show the price is right so they did it and he was the special guest and of course what they've been doing is even raising tons of money for charities and Seth Rogan did it earlier this year he was a guest on and he helps the contestants and all that so this time around the price is right donated nearly a hundred thousand dollars to Planned Parenthood so you can only imagine the country for you prices right well I'm never watching your child it really is joining me to the Republican Party six zero in the morning dew it's.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I mean it's we felt differently well and people are watching the film including Seth Rogan he's desperate to look Seth Rogan found a creative outlet to entertain people during this crisis he got high and watched cats in life to do the whole thing perfection we're going to be pretty stoned and watching kids I've never seen a Broadway show it's truly trippy I'm I supposed to know what to tell call list they said a two hundred thousand times but I don't know what's happening also did you hear that there was a a doorbell because so apparently somebody's job was to go through and make sure there were no cat doorbells in film stars so now people I'm sorry the job back there and so a lot of people were clamoring on social media show me the doorbell okay three and if you are at home right now and you want to get together with people Netflix and Google chrome have teamed up to roll out a Netflix party so the web browser extension will allow users to stream content and chat with their friends about it at the same time this program is in sync for everyone so it's not too late you know you'll be able to enjoy your Netflix I just learned about this last night when I was in the middle of the Google hang out with some girlfriends so technology is my friend I know everything down I'm and I immediately installed the plugin and we have a workout we're testing it here at my talk one of seven one and we'll be talking about a.

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Nominations For 'Golden Globe Awards 2020' Announced

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Nominations For 'Golden Globe Awards 2020' Announced

"I said it is all about numbers the golden globes the big deal in TV and movies and everything else because it's kind of the it's not a kind of it kicks open the door for awards seasons for one to the twenty twenty golden globes are plenty of snobs and then there were some that did well there's a show on apple TV called the morning show it got the best drama nomination Jennifer Aniston Reese Witherspoon got nominations for Best Actress in the television show the two popes got four nominations I'm not gonna go through this whole thing don't panic best motion picture Best Actor motion picture drama screenplay August of Supporting Actor UF The Lion King is nominated branded as a live action remake it got nominated for best animated picture and of course the lying king is the Disney classic is a remake with Donald Glover and Seth Rogan think voices voices voices but maybe it's because of the classic that there's something about the classics and turning to the classics that has people intrigued I'm not sure

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The Frame 5th Anniversary Special

The Frame

04:56 min | 2 years ago

The Frame 5th Anniversary Special

"We launched the frame. We were doing something for the the very first time I had been a print reporter my entire life so we ask our guests for stories when they first succeeded or failed old. We have a thirty second request though in two weeks. Everybody who comes on is saying the first thing that something happened. I M Gena Davis and the first time fine I got cast in a movie was in tootsie. Few the first job did I failed and actually got fired on American gangster. I'm John Stewart the first time. I've bobbed onstage. funnily enough was the first time I was on stage. For some reason I was absolutely not nervous at all. The first scene was with Dustin Hoffman in my underwear but what I learned from that was Is Not all about me and you have to learn how to advocate sometimes as a filmmaker The Bitter End New York City. One o'clock in the morning following three doors cover bands. I had a good five minutes prepared about two minutes into the audience realized I might suck at this. The funniest thing was I didn't know you're only supposed to come on the days that you're working and nobody bothered to to tell me for six weeks. I showed up at six and went home when everybody else did. I'd get a chair and put it right next to Sydney Pollack considerable bad day avenue. I still feel that page on the is I walked into the night I thought to myself you know. There are a lot of law schools if I could I could go to them. And our first guest in two thousand fourteen was Christopher Nolan He. He was about to release his movie. Interstellar a lot of people are saying that this is your most personal film. How do you respond to that? You take a compliment. You think they might be right. I basic they don't know me so I I do you know yourself. I don't know Myself Derby when either you've been a lot of real world events that have driven our coverage over the years but the one that coincided with our launch was a Sony Hack today today the. US government pointed the finger of blame directly at North Korea with a devastating cyber attack against Sony. Pictures taken down the movie. The interview. That poked fun on at the North Korean dictator whole. They caused a Lotta damage. The cyber attack of Sony pictures which allegedly was conducted by North Korea came in response to a movie. It was called the interview. It Starts Seth Rogan and James Franco. It was a crazy story. It evolved every day and in the middle of it Dan Sterling in who was the screenwriter of the interview was with us in studio. Hi thanks for having me. It's very rare that a screenwriter is like with us to talk about breaking news news so I guess my breaking news questions. What the Hell's going on today? Well I just know what's going on in my email inbox which is an increasing flood of people asking me if if I'm okay both emotionally physically and financially was your answer. What do you tell you know? I was at a party on Saturday night where the host was introducing me to everybody the at the Party as this is the guy that brought down Sony exit was funny. Well the first four or five hundred times. The joke was made. It was funny except Except actually it's a way it's actually not funny to me I'm It's been a surreal experience. I'm still very much in the middle of the one thing that I know that I'm not happy about is actually The real suffering that is going on at Sony. Not Not just by the person who green lit my films so bravely but also by all the other people affected by the hack. I'm quite concerned about them there. There's so much about this story. We'll get to the film in it in a second. But what about about the reaction to the film itself has been the most surprising to you. Well look About a year ago today I was I was on a sound stage age and I was at the monitor watching Seth Rogan who was completely naked except for a sock around his penis and he had a bunch of Salami Alami tucked between his buttocks that a German shepherd was eating out of because the scene was he was being Sniffed by you know a bomb sniffing dog and I was laughing my head off sitting next to his mother who seemed to be used to these sorts of things and she was knitting a scarf and at the time Nothing like any. This could have occurred to me because the movie is just a in our minds was supposed to be an outrageous of course somewhat provocative but totally hilarious comedy which I think that it is but the the the reaction by the North Korean government was surprising to me And all of the things that have ensued have been. Ah I was quite naive going into

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Five Years Later, Who Really Hacked Sony?

The Frame

06:42 min | 2 years ago

Five Years Later, Who Really Hacked Sony?

"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn five years ago. Oh just as Thanksgiving approached employs at Sony pictures logged into their computers and were greeted by this ominous message hacked by Hashtag copay over a picture of a sinister looking red skeleton. GOP reportedly stands for guardians of peace a previously unknown group now claiming credit for the hack the the hackers leaked millions of files putting confidential employee. Information and embarrassing e mails about the studios internal workings out in the Open Ben. Fritz there's an editor at the Wall Street Journal and the author of the book. The big picture the fight for the future of movies and he remembers being in the Journal. Newsroom when he heard about the hack I remember I remember reading about it online and talking to a few sources I knew what Sony and of course it I I didn't really understand the magnitude of it and how how damaging it would be that it wasn't until the next week I believe when When they started leaking all these documents and information I started to see some of the stuff that was coming out and realized? Just how serious this was for. Those who don't remember the hack was quickly connected to North Korea and Kim Jong Moons anger over the film the interview. It started Seth Rogan James Franco as a couple of TV. TV journalists who are going to interview and potentially assassinate the North Korean president. And at the time we were interviewing the screenwriter. Dan Sterling this. This is back in two thousand fourteen. You know I was at a party. On Saturday night where the per- the host was introducing me to everybody at the party. As this is the guy that brought down Sony. It was funny by that. Well the first four or five hundred times the joke was made It was funny except actually in a way. It's actually not funny to me. How was the heck essentially blamed on the movie and was that theory actually borne out after the fact? North Korea was in fact behind the hacking and Kim Jong was very very mad. That this you know American film was was was mocking him. Northwards of very poor country but they do actually have A. It's kind of very good Hacking program and He wanted to stop them from coming out and or punish Sony for having made it and he was pretty successful on both fronts. At the time the leading theory experts was there was North Korea but a lot of people around Sony. Thought it couldn't be eight or maybe it was angry at employee's rivals or something but The the FBI About a year ago concluded pretty definitively that it wasn't Korea and in fact they indicted Somebody who was part of a North korean-backed hacking team that was called the Lazarus project and was for numerous cybercrimes including the intrusion at Sony. That a lot of people forget. Is that the movie. We didn't really get released. I mean Sony was so worried about it that they pulled the release and then they kind of backtracked on that and at the time we were talking gene with a guy named James cursed he's the founder of. La's downtown independent theatre. He is in the studio talking about the movie. And this is what happens. There's been so much we were getting calls about it. My phone's ringing up. Oh it's the REP from Sony. Go ahead take it. Hi this the gym so he actually gets a call from Sony in the middle of the interview pain. Can you play the. Can you play movie in your theater. It ends up not getting getting much of an exhibition schedule at all. Does it. No it only a few hundred independent theaters briefly What happened was the hackers threatened that they were going to Bomb or cause violence at at an attack any theater that played the film and You know understandably a lot didn't wanNA play and as a result and Sony you know AH incorrectly so they weren't going to force any theater to play it even those that had contractual obligations to do it and then it was just crazy thing where a few hundred independent theaters did play it and It was also released online simultaneously by a few companies that were willing to do that. Not many people ended up seeing results. So if that was Kim Jong UN's goal he was very successful at that. Most people didn't see the film and Sony was severely damaged by the hack. So you gotta give the wind North Korea here very sadly well. Let's talk about how Sony was damaged by the hack. You spent a lot of time. I'm looking through documents. Released in the hack for part of your research and your book the Big picture the fight for the future of movies. So what did it reveal about Sony. And how did it more important reveal. How the studio had kind of lost its way right? So the hacktivists released tons of you know from the top executives at the time as well as internal documents than really sensitive financial stuff and it revealed when it comes to the interview that they had had numerous discussions about something like this happening and didn't take it seriously really. There was a lot of conflict between the top executives at the studio and they weren't just having a lot of trouble coming up with major motion picture franchises that could compete with you know the marvels marvels and the fast and furious is of the world. It was really an amazing insight into a studio that was struggling to adapt to the modern movie business. Well I'm going to ask about marvel because one of the the most remarkable pieces of information in your book is how and why Sony Refuse to pay twenty five million dollars for almost all of Marvel superheroes in the late nineties. So what did that episode say. About how Hollywood is changing and how Sony really missed the future. Yeah Hollywood You know in the late nineties. Not Rule I- franchises. The way it is now is really ruled ruled by movie stars. So Sony thought. Well we've got Adam Sandler we've got will Smith. That's that's what really is valuable. You know we're not gonNA waste our money in the reserve. It was maybe spider-man's valuable but that that's all that's all they wanted. And of course Sony horrifically miscalculated and. There's there's a Lotta stuff in the hack about Sony's attempts to to fix that mistake including trying to revive the spiderman franchise a few years ago. I think it's fair to say that in the wake of the Sony Hack back a lot of studios and a lot of companies probably try to improve their firewalls and had better. It security but do you think there's a bigger less than about Hollywood. That might be remembered from the hack. Do you think it still has an impact on the business into people still talk and think about what happened to Sony people. You know people all the time reference Sony when they when they talk about. How much sensitive stuff should we say on an email? There's a sense that there's this knowledge not to censor knowledge that email is never truly secure. And if you're not necessarily they comfortable with the world knowing about it then you probably shouldn't put it in an email if you don't have something nice to say. Don't say it at all. I guess or at least eight on the phone Ben. Fritz is an editor At The Wall Street Journal and he is the author of the book. The big picture the fight for the future movies Ben. Thanks so much for coming back on the show. John was my pleasure

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Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians and the High-Jacking of the American Conversation

The Book Review

09:19 min | 2 years ago

Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians and the High-Jacking of the American Conversation

"Andrew Marantz joins us now from Chicago. He is a staff writer at the New Yorker occur and the author of a new book called Antisocial Online Extremists Techno Utopians and the hijacking of the American conversation enter. Thanks thanks for being here. Thanks for having me these pretty not nice people that you research for this book. I don't want to bum people out too much with the subject matter and I and I don't think of it as purely just trying to dunk people's heads in the scary toilet bowl of the Internet. You know my goal is not to just sort of tore people through who the badness and show it and say hey look at all these bad people. There is an element of that and I was spending three years hanging out in person primarily and also online with some pretty odious people. But it's really a kind of test case for what the Internet can do to us and kind of how we can understand it well enough to to pull ourselves out of it so so it's not merely just gawking. Seal injected teeny bit of hope. Perhaps into this world some hope some some diagnosis of where we're at and also I thought of it to use a kind of nerdy philosophical term. I thought of the whole thing as a kind of reductio AD absurdum that if we had a functional informational landscape this is not where we would have ended up so it's really sort of about how information in in technology and media have led us to the place where we're at now and how we got here all right before we get into the topic which is very serious on a lighter note. Perhaps I couldn't help. But I don't know if you've seen this movie on an airplane Longshot. With Seth Rogan. And Charlie's Theon have you heard about this or seen it. I haven't seen it okay. So it opens up with a journalist is sort of Gonzo journalist embedding himself with Neo Nazis and white nationalists and that whole world to write about them so I couldn't help it but picture that but in all seriousness. What was it like meeting people in person? And how hard was it to break into this world. The people I was going to as a whole range that we it wasn't doesn't purely neo Nazis. There were some Neo Nazis. who were very not thrilled about me? Being Jewish and that really became an issue with them way more than I expected. I didn't expect the antisemitism to be so front and center with some people that the Jews are really kind of at the center of their dark cosmology and with them that was really an issue issue. I mean there were people who would talk to me for hours and hours and then sort of halt in the middle of an interview and go wait. You're not a Jew are you and it'd be like come on man if you're your professional antisemites for a living and you can't figure me out your your job so that became awkward. What happened when you said yes? They would kind of get flustered and one guy in particular he had a podcast called the daily show which was his very funny. About the Holocaust he was a real true dyed-in-the-wool Anti Semite right and he would brag to his followers about how he had such good Jew Dr as he called it because they're obsessed with how Jews can pass as white even though by their lights. They're not really early white so he would constantly warn his listeners. You know you guys don't get it but I do. Because I grew up in the northeast. He actually was from this. Very very multicultural. Bucolic Golic New Jersey suburb where his father taught Beowulf at college. I mean he was really like Kinda. The Progressive Dream turned progressive nightmare and his parents ended up disowning in him. And I it was a whole thing and he actually as a sidebar was married to a Jewish woman which was complicated for him so he was his own kind of little Phillip Roth novel all of a person this is just sort of like one chapter of the book but when I start going down that rabbit hole with him and then he finally finds out that I'm Jewish in the middle of an interview. He he gets very flustered. He says you had red hair so that really threw me off. You know and I'm like again. You should have had that on your list of things to watch out for happens. Yeah yeah it does happen but then we kept talking for hours. I suggested that we meet up in person. And he picked a German beer hall for us to meet at and you know they they were constantly trying to throw thrown me off my game and sometimes it worked. I mean I I have to say sometimes. They're they're trolling was effective. Even at the level of kind of unnerving me other times they really didn't and I found it kind of clownish and silly like when I showed up at a German beer hall I was like okay. You know I'm just GonNa sit here and let you do your thing and try to you. Know he tried to have an argument with me about Israel which I did not indulge him in but for the most part the earlier parts of the book I really Kinda turned to the deeper Nazi. Not Stuff after Charlottesville. When it became clear that that was a national issue that I couldn't look away from the earlier stuff was more about what they call the light? As opposed is to the outright people who are misogynist people who are Islam phobic but they fall on the correct side of what they call the J Q which is the Jewish question and these are people who were fine with my being Jewish and they really are more motivated I would say by Sajjan xenophobia and other things and when I was in those spaces I never felt unsafe. I just had to hold my tongue you know and not object to everything I found objectionable or I would never. I wouldn't have been able to fly on the wall for three years. I would have left after five minutes and I just sort of Said Okay my job here as a New Yorker style reporter is to see people up close really get a feel for who they are when they're on their own when they're mask starts to slip and I can't do my the job if I am constantly showing my hands knowing that felt weird and conflict but I felt like I would get better I better servicing the reader by putting putting it in the book than by just doing it in the moment. We're not there to Gawk because you said it just merely to do a late cecile logical observation of these people. So what was your goal with the questions that were driving you and exploring the subject. I was worried about the purely ethnographic. I mean I like a lot of books that are pretty purely ethnographic and just sort of showing what a subculture is or does as you say that the more Gonzo thing. I wanted to stay away from that particularly in our charged moment. I wanted to do something that had a little bit. More Synthesis and analysis in it and so the questions will really one of the basic questions was just okay. The reason techno utopianism is in the subtitle of the book is we had this moment in the early twenty first century when a bunch of young guys. He's like a handful of young men uprooted everything we knew about how information was was disseminated in our society. -ociety they disrupted they innovated. They moved fast and broke things they had no plan for. What would supplant those thing? Even when they were asked they didn't have a clear vision of what this Utopian future would be like. They just assumed will topple. Everything will clear out all the cobwebs of traditional hierarchical means of communication in and then something better will automatically take its place and that to me was the underlying question of the book that the this this tacit and even sometimes explicit faith in American exceptionalism in the arc of history always Kinda automatically inevitably bending toward justice that leads people to have really dangerously naive politics and dangerously naive plans for their technological future. You know I mean. We don't think of things like facebook and twitter and read it as being inherently political. But you know I spent a lot of time reconstructing how those things came into being and I spent a Lotta time physically immersing myself in the offices of read it in particular and watching how they do have a test. Ideology that motivates them and the ideology was the marketplace of ideas will sort it all out and this book was really trying trying to prove demonstratively. That is not the case. The marketplace of ideas has failed to sort it out libertarian approach to the Internet yeah. They were proudly techno libertarian. They were very into you know Liz affair above all and you know it sounds really nice to say as twitter always said we're the free speech wing of the Free Speech Party that obviously obviously in a vacuum all things being equal being pro. Free speech is Great. It's just when you don't hold that intention with other things and when you don't imagine in your mind's eye hi how dark and weird and bad things can get not that they will automatically. I mean I don't WanNa replace the arc of history bending toward justice with an equally sure. Sure faith at the arc of history will bend toward terror. And I mean I'm not that much of a pessimist I'm just trying to replace our faith in inevitability with one of what I call them. The book contingency where lots of different things can happen. You kind of have to have guardrails in place. In case something weird happened and who would have thought given that motto for twitter they would have put a ban on political advertising. Yeah I mean we've come so far away farther than even when I was shopping. This book proposal around things have changed so much in terms of you know to use another kind of stock phrase the the way the overton window on these issues has moved. It has been really surprising to me and look. It's not naturally you can't expect people to anticipate everything but you know one of the analogies. I drive to hosting a party when you start a social media company any. They like to think of themselves as a town square. Or you know public criers or

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'Good Boys' posts a surprising #1 at the box office

Kim Komando

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

'Good Boys' posts a surprising #1 at the box office

"For the first time in three years an R. rated comedy has opened at number one at the weekend box office that comedy good boys six great now doing six screen thing Seth Rogan co produced good boy is it brought in twenty one million its debut weekend that is much better than anyone expected in second place Hobson Shaw and then followed in third place by The Lion King there were several new releases this weekend and most of them tank at the box

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ABC, Jason Nathanson And Seth Rogan discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

ABC, Jason Nathanson And Seth Rogan discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Another big opening weekend at the box office WBZ's van Parker's spoke with ABC's Jason Nathanson about what's on the big screen and the small screen this weekend another crowded weekend at the box office and what are we looking at in terms of well what's coming out now well do we think they're gonna do what we're looking at five new movies just like last weekend and so far we have a little one one is kind of breaking away from the pack in doing better than expected and that's the R. rated comedy good boys which comes from producer Seth Rogan and it stars three kids who basically curse a lot to talk about sex which is fine for make their sixth graders it's funny the first time you hear one of them say a curse word and it's funny the twelfth time you hear one of them's a curse word but that's not enough for me I need a little more than that I need a little bit of I don't know intelligence mixed with my dirty raunchy humor and so the movie didn't quite get

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"seth rogan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This movie it's an independent movie so not sure if it's out in the Twin Cities but it's this movie called blinded by the light it is inspired by a true story of a Bruce Springsteen fan this is a bad this is had a ton of buzz yeah this this movie has here and yes I would this is not on my list of like we got to see this for a long time yeah angry birds to is out in the that has not been on my list this weekend and also the is comedy good boys sounds good I don't know what that is it's a raunchy comedy produced by Seth Rogan al yeah I like super band but for twenty nineteen I will probably see that when that comes out on video yeah and I'll probably think it's funny that I probably won't admit to it's a safe space still can't that's all the dirt this hour for more check out my talk when a seven one dot com or download the my talk good stuff is stuff I talked earlier at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one yeah you is yeah our nasty you're so gross it's just nasty we've done this before when some nasty news has shown up on the.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Pay what a DJ pick one yeah I mean we're going to that Chris Brown Drake no guidance that I got a little problem why why just make you think you mix stoner day continues man we got that rogaine in that the neighborhood for our big interviews of attaining hang out with his Big Boy it is based you can reach me he is the early in the morning his face space yeah the V. twelve on the jeans company choose you planted in click so D. seventeen because you know you hello GT stoner day in in the neighborhood and they he's Seth Rogan into save rogaine broke man I'm good I'm good I'm good I'm good I'm very good at first I welcome back to the neighborhood my friend is a pleasure to have you back into the neighborhood and when I installed the trailer for good for good boys I was like oh okay this is the one you went there kind of sausage party where we just saw you know hot dogs and buns talking to each other and now we have like like pre teens doing the most yeah what what was the the motivation behind good boy like most real life you know it's in a way you know those descriptions about the three boys were by in the bottles are you there thank you and your middle school and they are just they're panicked and they don't know what to do yeah they don't know anything which is something that I personally really really I or and.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Six does this look like this no box oh my goodness this comes from Seth Rogan who specializes in old her raunchy comedies from his production company the difference in this movie is that the protagonists are all eleven and twelve year old kids this so if you find it hilarious to find kids of that age dropping F. bombs every few minutes well this movie is for you these kids get involved with drugs they get involved with sex toys the the humor comes from the fact that they don't really understand all these things they're trying to be mature but they don't really get it yet if you know what I mean and so it's sort of like the little rascals with a lot of F. bombs in their vocabulary you will either find this movie hilarious or completely tasteless I gravitate in the latter direction but then I'm an old fogey who doesn't like the little these completely raunchy comedies to begin with even when they're high schoolers who are doing these sorts of things so the so you should be able to predict whether you'll find this funny or not is some people find it just hilarious the at the audience around me was howling with laughter through most of it our our parents gonna be confused though they think it may be good for kids and it's really not this is a hard are filled okay builder and should not be admitted under any circumstances you shouldn't take your kids to this for one thing they'll get really bad ideas from it to say the least don't they get that school and the internet you know all right next up is the angry birds movie to Boston you out.

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Box office preview

Todd Schnitt

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Box office preview

"The angry birds movie to brings the video game characters back to the big screen this time king mud beard is at war with the birds angelic creatures shows up threatening to start a new ice age and freeze everyone along with Jason sudekis Josh gad Leslie Jones Nikki massage and bill Hader lend their voices to this computer animated comedy based on the bestselling twenty twelve novel of the same name as the comic mystery where'd you go Bernadette the title character is a mother who hates people especially the fellow parents of her daughter's school the when she suddenly disappears our daughter seeks out the truth about what happened to our mother Cate Blanchett Billy Crudup Kristen Wiig Judy Greer and Lawrence Fishburne star Seth Rogan and his producing partners released their twelfth film good boy when three sixth graders are invited to the first coed party they try to learn as much as possible about how to kiss but a broken drone leave them on a wild journey involving paintball the cops stolen drugs and more this comedy stars Jacob Tremblay Keith L. Williams Brady Noone will for Terry still in theaters are Hobbes and shot the kitchen The Lion King once upon a time in Hollywood and door and the lost city of gold plus spider man far from home to a story for the art of racing in the rain the farewell hand

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Forty Five Minutes And Fifty Six Percent discussed on Joyce Kaufman

Joyce Kaufman

04:20 min | 2 years ago

Forty Five Minutes And Fifty Six Percent discussed on Joyce Kaufman

"Right what we hear and so far because I've heard make stuff about the lying game yeah it's getting sort of a mixed reaction from the critics at the very least I think I kind of understand where they're coming from you know I I think it really depends on what you're looking for in a lion king remake yeah this is it this is the third of Disney's so called live action remakes of the classic animated films this year the first two being dumbo and Aladdin this one is definitely the most anticipated of the three people just love the lion king and this one have a pretty good great cast in Starz Donald Glover at the voice of Simba you know beyond say the voice of now you've got Billy Eichner and Seth Rogan who play to moan and quibble and they actually steal a lot of scenes they're really funny to Whittle at your for his car and then in sort of a nice little nod to the original you've got James Earl Jones who returns to provide the voice of Musasa and this is directed by John Fabbro he actually had really great success with a similar movie when he did the jungle book remake for Disney just a few years ago so it and made a lot of sense that they'd get him to do this one as well and to his credit the movie looks mind blowing the good everyone who's seen it agrees with them absolutely a technical Marvel how this thing looks from the animals to the natural environment you know for example pride rock that that famous rock with a cold Simba to the rest of the animals that that actually doesn't exist in Africa that's a complete fabrication on the part of the the guy who designed the original movie and and everything looks so real it's it's incredible what they've been able to do you know the whole sort of gimmick of the movie was that I was supposed to be a reinterpretation of the lion king with photo realistic animals and they have really gone sort of above and beyond to accomplish that but I think it does also kind of pose a problem at least for some people because you know the nineteen ninety four movie with a cartoon and that kind of allowed them to superimpose very human expressions on to the animals so they were angry or sad or happy you could really see it in their faces but you know obviously rely and they don't really smile like that or cry like that so their faces kind of end up looking fairly the same whether they're angry at someone or singing accrue the macabre so in that sense the photo realism does in my opinion kind of rob the movie a little bit of its personality but aside from that there also aren't really any changes to the story it's almost a shot for shot remake of the animated version although it does feature a few new songs that we didn't get the original and produced a number of critics that was also kind of a disappointment so with all of that said the movie is currently at fifty six percent on the tomato meter and I think whether or not you enjoy it will depend on one thing do you essentially want a shot for shot remake of the animated we but with super realistic looking animals instead of cartoons or were you hoping that this might be kind of a fresh take on the story and sort of the same way that John Fabbro did a few things a little differently from the original when he made the jungle book if you're okay with that being basically the same movie but pretty here then this is exactly that you will probably love it a lot of fans of already chimed in and said that they had an amazing time at the movie and again it looks fantastic but again if you were hoping for them to do something a little more with the story to sort of justify remaking it or you know even come at it from a fresh angle you're not gonna get that here so you know this is very much a your mileage may vary kind of the situation no it's interesting when you bring that up that way Ryan's for somebody like me yeah you know my kids love the movie right so I probably wouldn't watch it just on my own so I don't even know what my explanation is other than if we decided to go see the movie or if it's in a few months and I'm watching it you know as a rental it's kind of like irate am I entertained by it and I had even thought of what is my expectation you know what I mean which is like is there a rule or not and it from the trailer I'm like wow that looks stunning but I do wonder after about forty five minutes to an hour if you're like well I know how these roles and there's no silent there you know I don't know what it'll be like I'm not

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Film Critics Have Mixed Reviews Of "The Lion King"

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Film Critics Have Mixed Reviews Of "The Lion King"

"To this and the R. says the new line king remake is more like creative dead and then circle of life the rear says we're debating the lying king in twenty nineteen why and then deadlines as The Lion King feels like the love tonight previews shows ringing up twenty two million to twenty five million us it's interesting is this whole story of The Lion King Jon Favreau is the director of this one the budget was two hundred and fifty million dollars the music was harms America who put it together and we'll see where who's a little village a lot of a lot of people are trashing and other people are saying it's not that bad is because once again do you know the whole remake thing how many times you do it so Seth Rogan isn't it Veon say isn't it Donald Glover and some other names I think that you would probably recognize as well and we'll see how it does its P. G. from adventure one hour fifty eight minutes if you have kids the probably the lying king doesn't matter they'll go and see that and they'll probably love it

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A crisis of comedies at the box office

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:56 min | 2 years ago

A crisis of comedies at the box office

"KCRW sponsors include Universal Pictures, presenting the new movie yesterday, would, if you were the only person that remembered, the Beatles ever existed, from the director of Slumdog millionaire and the writer of love actually yesterday in theaters Friday, June twenty eighth. I Matt Bellamy filling in for Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me is Brooks, Barnes of the New York Times, and Brooks were dealing with somewhat of a crisis in a certain corner of Hollywood and that is the corner that makes comedies for theatrical distribution. These are movie comedies, and this summer one after another has just been flopping in theaters this past weekend, late night, a very heralded comedy starring and written by Mindy. Kaeling was a total flop five million in many thousand theaters. And it was bought for thirteen million at the Sundance film festival in January, so Amazon, which bought the film, and then released it had big hopes for this movie didn't work. Out what's going on? You know, when you look at that graph teach are published about comedy over the last decade is just like hits you in the face. It's like from two point five billion in two thousand nine to one billion last year. I mean is just a precipitous drop. And so there couple of things that are across the board. Right. The rise of streaming. But I think they're also things specifically about these movies about late night. For example, has some very movie by movie reasons that things aren't going. Well, yeah, I look at the movies that have not done well, this summer, and there have been some studio comedies, like palms which was a an older, female or ended film cheerleaders. And there was long shot, which was a Seth Rogan Charlie's Theran comedy that a while ago you would have thought it would be in the vein of knocked up, which made hundreds of millions of dollars. And it totally flopped, and then book smart was a smaller comedy that got amazing reviews and no one showed up. So I think there's something is going. On. And I think it has to do with this devaluation of the theatrical experience, increasingly movie, goers are saying, we want the biggest the most expensive the event films in theaters and the rest, you know what? Maybe we'll wait for streaming. Yeah. It's not that streaming Netflix has trained people to look for comedy at home necessarily, not in theaters. It's that streaming has trained us to expect exe- entertainment. You know, at highlights the expense, and hassle of going to the theater across the board and the studios aren't blameless, here, either because consequentially they have focused on making these international tent poles and the knock on comedy is at sometimes it is America specific, the stars and the comedy doesn't travel as well overseas. So I think when you're thinking about these mid budget comedies that used to be a stable of the studios. They just aren't willing to make those bets anymore. And Seth Rogan Charlene Darren can't bring people to. The theater who can well late night. You know, there are a couple of things people haven't talked about much. I'll take the bullet one of them. One of them is that Mindy Kaeling is not a movie star. She's an enormously talented, actress and writer, but audiences don't seem to. She doesn't seem to be a draw in theaters which kind of brings us back to that streaming question at the beginning, right? What gets us out of our home to pay for all that popcorn and a babysitter and parking and all of that. And the and the other thing is that when you look at Amazon, this is their tenth release and there's not one of those, that's worked, I guess, maybe Cold War. Foreign film at about four point five million dollars, but you know, they don't seem to know what they're doing with these movie releases and the irony here is that there was a movie star, two of them actually that had a release last weekend, and it was Jennifer, Aniston and Adam Sandler in a Netflix movie that premiered exclusively on Netflix. And while the critics didn't like it. Netflix, put out, one of their periodic audience boasts on Monday saying, thirty million accounts access the film, which, as we've noted many times that is not verified by any outside auditing service. But it shows that people. Were interested in a comedy last weekend. They just weren't interested in going to the theater. And that's right. And the other thing that those Netflix numbers, they say, it's how many accounts watched seventy percent of the title. And so I don't know about you, but I often find myself in the other room with Netflix running the living room, so who many people are actually watching. I don't know. But the interest is, is the key point like you said and that comes from big stars. That's New York Times reporter Brooks Barnes. He joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Matt Bellamy. And this is the Hollywood breakdown.

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Billy Eichner, Seth Rogan Kumba And Twitter discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Billy Eichner, Seth Rogan Kumba And Twitter discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Teaser released for The Lion King, and it's notable because you got to hear beyond say, as Nala for the first time interesting way to do it very subdued not big fanfare. The pretty big reveal. One of the most famous people in the world period, but they put it out there and it's making the way around the web, you also here Seth Rogan Kumba and Billy Eichner is to moan more. We shot out the Billy Eichner for the quote tweet on Twitter fan of our trailer. We jumped the gun there on Disney marketing, and he tweeted us, so you got to hear her for the first time. It's very quick. Brief. I don't much say about it of the fact that I'm getting more and more excited for this movie, I think, just because of how enjoyable I think the theater experience is going to be a lot of nostalgia. I think it's fairly okay to say, as I've mentioned, many times that you can note the movie is unnecessary, but also very excited for it. Because at this point I'm more excited for lying than I am. Toy Story

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"seth rogan" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You see Seth Rogan is on the cover of G Q to see that. I didn't see that. Tight. You are. Boy, falls me on the Twitter. I follow him. Paul ryan. Well, does he follow? You let me ask you that. No. Could you send him a direct message right now if you want to? No, could I just because. Sure, Twitter works in the one. Yes. So, so in, in a level of. Tight or closeness, I'm a little closer than you would be Seth Rogan. Yes, because I have zero close with him. Yes. Wow. Well, listen to admit to admit that you cannot send a direct message to your fines or anything. Okay. And level of budiness, where would your buddy with Seth Rogan be compared to mine? Well, zero. Wow. Wow. A point one I'm killing you. Yes, you're beating me. Yes, when it comes to being friends, take a picture. Or did you not take that you like? I liked yet. So. Now, you need to let me be what? I need to keep getting emails that we haven't seen the your budget. We don't believe you. You're buzzed. Yes. And they're awesome. You'll love them. I mean you seem to like them Sam will not wear them doesn't care that I that I created hers, a human. What polo is, is still not sure about the poll was like an audio file. So he's either get used to them or hate them. So we'll see what happens with them as you've worn them now for almost an hour polo, good bad, still the same. What? But the same. I really like him. I think they sound better than my, my Sennheiser or how do you pronounce it? Sometime sennheiser. But my actual headphones I think some better than my headphones. So I mean, maybe, maybe I have a pair, I don't know. It seems like the the the vocal part of everything. Just is coming into loud. And it's the board set up to. Completely different events studio. So it could be that too, hopefully, you'll get used to it. I got to tell you the first time I put them in. I was like these are really good. So maybe I just hear things differently. I'm sure that we all do here a little bit differently. So, yeah, I know I'm not getting Mike Bartlett want some now. No. Benchers. No, the primary reason is he talked a bunch of game about a bunch of smack about fort night. Never added me. So. At me now by now the brands patchy buying spree is over. You gotta has polo didn't like him. His it is eight nine four one pag joepags dot com. Tell you about express VPN express VPN. Listen, there are bad people out there trying to stoop on your activity online. They are they wanna see where you're going, what you're doing what you're looking at what you're considering what you might buy one advertise to you. So those aren't really horrible people. But you should be tracked sex, somebody snooping on you. And then there are really bad guys and gals hackers that want your personal information. So security number your Bank, account numbers, your passwords. They can't do any of that. If you've got a virtual private network express VPN is the one I use it runs in the background of your computer or phone or tablet, use the internet just like you. Normally would you're going to be safe..

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"See Seth Rogan is on the cover of G Q to see that. Tight. You aren't. Boy follows me on the Twitter. I follow him. Paul ryan. Well, does he follow? You let me ask you that. No. Could you send him a direct message right now if you want to? No, I could I just because I'm not sure Twitter works the one. Yes. So, so in in a level of tight or closeness, I'm a little closer than you would be. Yes, because I have zero close with him. Yes. Well, listen. At least you admit it, at least you admit that you cannot send a direct message to to. Fines or anything. Okay. Level of budiness. Where would your buddy news with Seth Rogan compared to mind? Well, zero. Wow. Wow. Point one, I'm killing you. You're kidding me. Yes. When it comes to being friends, take a picture. Or did you not take one that you like? Liked yet. So. Trying now you need to let what? I need to keep getting emails that we haven't seen the year. Budget wouldn't believe you? You're buzzed. You've got the force and they're awesome. You'll love them. I mean you seem to like them Sam, we'll not wear them doesn't care that I that I created a human. And what in polo is, is still not sure about it. The poll was like an audio files. He's got his get used to them or hate them. So we'll see what happens with them as you've worn them now for almost an hour polo, good bad, still the same. What? But the same night I really like them. I think they sound better than my, my sense. How do you pronounce it? But my actual headphones I think they some better than my headphones. So I mean, maybe, maybe I have a bad payer. I don't know. It seems like the, the the vocal part of, of everything just is coming into loud. And I don't know. It's set setup two completely different events video. So it could be that too, hopefully, you'll get used to it. I got to tell you the first time I put them in. I was like these are really good. So maybe I just hear things differently. I'm sure the we all do here a little bit differently. So, yeah, I know I'm not getting Mike Bartlett wants them now. Benchers. No. In the primary reason is he talked a bunch of game about a bunch of smack about fortnight never added me. So there you go. Dobie at me now it's not buying them. Now. Paxi buying spree is over you guys polo, because you don't like it. They'll give you his it is eight nine four one pags, joepags dot com. Take about express VPN express VPN. Listen, there are bad people out there trying to stoop on your activity online. They are they wanna see where you're going, what you're doing. What you're looking at what you're considering what you might by then they want to advertise to you. So those aren't really horrible people. But you shouldn't be tracked sex, somebody snooping on you. And then there are really bad guys and gals hackers that once your personal information, so security number your Bank account numbers passwords. They can't do any of that. If you've got a virtual private network express VPN is the one I use it runs in the background of your computer or phone or tablet, when you use the internet, just like you normally would you're going to be safe, the,.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

Angela Yee's Lip Service

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

"Anyway, so to close it out liberty, let us know. We know you have a project out right now. Yes, it's gone. Never fo- streaming everywhere is Spotify tattle audit, never fo-, Severi inspirational motivational project, I roll a lot of this music when I was like in a real crazy place when I left my ex, and I was trying to figure my life. I had shit. So those are those workers on their workers caught never folk from the city we go shit. And but we all never folk period. Onto your network on ignorant parkas, ignorant Ignat. I say why. And of course, Maria show every weekend run the have you been on. Now sixteen g. Teen years as a lotta I'll give you a watch or something. Loudspeaker? You just came to loudspeaker how long your show been be memorial e for east. Now, you got cool shows like Seth Rogan little day. You know, moving guest got the fire guests everybody. I'm just trying to like. Right. Right. I mean, it's just insane. And it's at that long for you to come here. Talking busy, topics. Content about Dicks. Get your Butler about tongues. Do you like action you like? Acts hate the because there's no feeling feeling. Hippos your, but no, but. Flicking a whole would you do? It was chicken high school, those shave you bet ho hair Nova what? Do they know because we actually had somebody that sent us a question about that. She ended up having to shave her man's, but ho 'cause she said that it used to be like toilet paper. Stuck on there? Like, a granola the. No. Mentioned manzke. Yeah. Yeah. You should shave your Bohol for work. You don't say The. the. Ego shit like. I wouldn't crazy Africa chick when done. They're living. Living. Before you eating it like like much. Laser removal. Yeah. I love it. All yet. Not. Like halfway to go back. A man shouldn't go laser his butthole. Of action if he getting action games or if cleanliness thing to me though too late. Really hairy asshole, you shave it. Yeah. Yeah. Bigger bigger. Yeah. It does. Litter? What does that built it? Pedo skinless. That would be awful. Anyway. Thank you so much. Thank you. Bit.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Maybe you do now because I feel like now cross fits a whole actor thing. Like, we're into the health part of it not in the muscles. There's also like a mid thirties. Dude thing in our business where it's like, well, it's time to start taking my health. Seriously. My Jack friend is getting cast. I better be like, that's what's going through my head. At least I'm projecting where you're like. It's funny to be the fat frat guy in a movie, but like fat dads is not as like a casting as much of a role. You gotta be like hot, dad. I mean for search for comedy too. To be looking guys. Really? Yeah. Dude. Look like, the people who are all leads in the comedies are not funny. They're they're like, very good actors. They're being actors who can do funny leads. But also, I feel like those movies tend to be non common comedian leads. And then they fill out the right medium like Seth Rogan, Kevin Hart like these guys are fucking handsome and buff. Now, would we think Seth Rogan? Will. He is buff now. Yes. But you know, what? Because he's a millionaire and may votes. Voted money to get a trainer inside throws working. Well, he was a teenager. I mean, this is the other thing. It's like, yeah. You start when you're teen. You fucking make so much money that you can have whatever body want. I'm sure he has a personal chef a personal. I would fuck you. I want the booze life possible for my side have it. I'm just like the amount of money. I have me and my wife have we live exactly to that level of of no savings, but we live very boozy life. We got more money. We would only be like our our nutritionist is dropping off our fucking pre made meals. Love. I would love the pre made meals and not not the not rushing sorrow comes in glass bottle score with with a little explanation of the farm, fresh, whatever I wanna I wanna I wanna picture of the farmer who's. These games were made by this, dude. I mean, I just wanna touch screen when it comes in the farmers talking to me about what it was like harmony, I just want to hear from farms here. Really? I just wanna farmers friend actually money. That's what I buy the former. Think you're talking about ventured servitude. Well, yeah. Farm farmers. Have it rough? I don't think they'd be that a that against it. Right now. It's shifting careers. Oh, yeah. Our topic? I'm sorry. How? Yeah. My career's a woman is really going. Well. I got the job. Didn't kick in until puberty. Knew it was coming. What made you want? What made you want to talk about women? Honestly, when you asked like what something I forgot how you phrase it something that you're passionate about. I think are you love. I really am passionate about how much I love women. Now, this is where we can agree. Finally, this is just been the conflict has been really stressful. Both pretend to agree with you about things. I like in the last couple years not to play fucking white Knight Johnny woke now. But in the last couple of years really have been able to understand like how often it was for. So like, an I my part how much of a part I played at least in my life now Seidel, but I'll I'll I'll men totally didn't. It's and we that's how we were all raised right? Which is why it's so funny to not say what you just said where it's like, you didn't know anything different. Like what you were like guy humiliated now with hindsight. And like some more knowledge on like Jesus Christ. I can't believe I was doing and saying we can't believe we were. Okay with it. I think it's that same. Everyone's kind of in shock where it's like I said that and women are like I thought I was allowed. I thought I had to be attracted to that. And be okay with that..

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"seth rogan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Yeah. It's advocated turning forty. That was the worst thing that ever happened to him. I get back. You know, everything's done since then it's just been like, I hate my life. Because that's self loathing. Is is is Paul Rudd in funny people I get this movie. Let's see I don't think he is. I don't think he is either. Sandler? It's Seth Rogan. Right. He's funny people. According to must be must be a bit role small. Yeah. Which one is the one with the Australian guy that's something right? Australian guy the actor air Banya, Eric. Yeah. That's that's this is forty. I can't follow the web that you have to look I'm getting these movies conflated in Mexico movie, though what you're doing now. So I'm giving. You. So I've seen knocked up. I haven't seen. This is forty is knocked up because it's different actors and actresses is it the steam. But it's is it the same Cup. Yes. This is forty takes the couple from knocked up and then puts them in their own movie. Yes. It's the same. Eric banya? Eric peanin is not in this movie. I'm looking at the cast list right now. But it's with different actors. It's the same characters. It's the same care notes. Same actors and characters. Knocked up Seth Rogan. Katherine high goals friends are Leslie Mann and Paul..

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