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3 North Korean hackers charged in global cyberattack

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last week

3 North Korean hackers charged in global cyberattack

"Computer programmers indicted in connection with a serious of hack attacks. He wants to kill the leader of North Korea Theatrics in 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 from banks around the world hope of these crime by the North Korea. 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 correspondent

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US charges North Korean computer programmers in global hacks

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | Last week

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 | Last week

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

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:38 sec | 2 months 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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'Superbad' Sets Reunion Watch Party to Benefit Wisconsin Democrats

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

'Superbad' Sets Reunion Watch Party to Benefit Wisconsin Democrats

"Back together. Wait. You changed your name to McLovin? McLovin. Kind of a stupid name Is that Fogell? What You're trying to be an Irish Army singer stars, including Jonah Hill and Seth Rogan will hold a cast reunion and watch party to benefit the Democratic Party of Wisconsin Wisconsin's a key battleground state in the presidential election. This will take place October

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HBO's New Documentary Warns Of The Dangers Of Cyberwarfare

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:20 min | 4 months 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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Ryan Reynolds urges young Canadians to quit partying amid COVID-19 pandemic: 'Don't kill my mom!'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Ryan Reynolds urges young Canadians to quit partying amid COVID-19 pandemic: 'Don't kill my mom!'

"Actor honoring the request of the premiere of his native British Columbia. By asking young people not to party during the pandemic, he says, while they they may stay healthy. They can spread the virus and make older people very sick. One specific person Ryan has in mind. I hope that young people in D C. Don't kill my mom, frankly or David Suzuki or each other. Let's not like Let's not kill anyone. I think that's reasonable. BC is Canada's third most populous province and has seen just over 4000 cases of Corona virus. We haven't yet heard from Seth Rogan, who also was asked for a celebrity shout out. A new study confirms

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Chrissy Teigen pledges to donate $200,000 to bail out protesters across the country

KNX Programming

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Chrissy Teigen pledges to donate $200,000 to bail out protesters across the country

"Chrissy Teigen and other celebrities are offering thousands of dollars to bail out protesters across the U. S. to get announced on two later that she will contribute two hundred thousand dollars is other notable celebrities like Seth Rogan Steve Carell and when Manuel Miranda of also offered contributions many of the funds are going to the Minnesota freedom

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

11:47 min | 11 months ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"I can be in that house I need to maybe stand out a little more to compete in their house three is Adam driver Beyonce say Frank ocean Seth Rogan and Will Smith that might be a fun house I don't know she really needy yeah but you can sit there and listen to her hopefully jam right yeah like maybe she'll want to do halo with Mel I can play him on tar I'll just sit around being annoying and play guitar all the time like eight yes I think I want to say nothing Adam driver become a fun he's a do Seth Rogan they'll be weed those two guys seem fun yeah I I wouldn't mind paying it also seems fun don't know much about Frank ocean as a as a person you know but all of the other people that would be that Michael has three plus four is Tyler the creator Dave Chapelle Riana Joaquin Phoenix ins and diet and yeah I'll take that house to that house looks fun I don't know walking Phoenix is a little weird like he might he might throw up like I picture him and Dave Chapelle one another to fight I don't know about that one the house five seven tells me that they'll they'll work that out before any Pfister flown Brad Pitt is house five Larry David this might be my house I don't know Cardi B. Lana del Rey can take a hike but Brad Pitt Larry David and Kiana Reeves Chanel number five with Cardi B. and Lana del Rey Cardi B. would be tough man well or you study up in B. and have the time of your life maybe I don't know she seems like she should be just so much to deal with I think everyone be hiding from her I can't even imagine her Larry David in the house together like that might actually be fun just to sit and watch what happens and how sick this is up rocks they didn't six groups of five celebrity got a quarantine with them Tom Holland who is the he is the the new suit despite around right now man spider clock okay that Tom Holland Margot Robbie ana de Armas that's that hot chick from knives out and that's Ben Affleck's girlfriend yeah Blade Runner twenty forty nine okay Davidson oi and either Selva nothing that has still not yeah so you're so your house really all you've come up with is Emily Ratajkowski and it doesn't matter who else is in the learn how to do all the homework when you said the premise of the next story that's the first person that crossed my mind and the fact that we were in was able to gas it although like I tell the caption similar or thought processes that's all and I'm not surprised we're both boys so does that would you want it to be all girls in there I mean I'd be tough you know married man now well wait what in your merry men well I'm going in there as as I am you know if you're going to be you in quarantine with these people who do you want in there all right well even as a married guy I'm still I'm I'm going with that right why not I mean no internet I'm just assuming please read drilling holes in walls before you know it yeah I know I don't you know I'm not going to do this I actually so we're all quarantining with under under this amount of people like if you had to add to people to the house you're currently in who would it be would you have like your would be someone you know yeah actually helpful like your mother one who can help with the kids absolutely open and probably my mom because she cares enough to do it as opposed to go and you don't pay me enough for this crap I'm going to my room you know anyway yeah yeah I think that for someone like you you want a girl who's about eleven right because she'll like totally heard the kids in and sure interest them and then like your mom and then you and Kristina B. like mothers really nothing for us to do I mean the school all set up in my arms got all the meals going so earlier Dr you're talking dream world now and not the world I'm living in it would be a nice little dream world wouldn't but nobody is running live events that aren't virtual anymore except the W. W. E. I'm and they were asked about this down in in Florida I this is a press conference Orange County mayor of Orange County Florida mayor Jerry Demings was asked why the W. W. E. is still producing a live TV shows in Orlando he said I think initially there was a review that was done and they were not initially deemed an essential business with some conversation with the governor's office regarding the governor's order they were deemed essential business they don't have an audience coming to the show there's no right no they don't but they're you know they're having contact I don't know if they're all quarantines together all the W. W. E. people or if they're coming in to do these events so they were allowed to remain open and I guess as I sort of dug a little bit deeper in there they're saying the Florida is currently under a safer at home order until April thirtieth it limits movements outside of homes to providing or getting essential services are carrying out essential activities how's your family handling it in Florida are there is no there there just staying home more or less I mean they go to the store for themself or they Instacart ng I think that they're going to store for themselves I don't I don't believe that their Instacart Inc are they asking it up I also do not know the answer to that Dan I had a there do you know if they seem to I don't want to I don't know and I don't wanna throw them under the bus in case they are maybe they are totally quarantine I don't think so though it doesn't seem like it I know my nieces and nephews Blouin unlike people are on planes who know their look your your parents or or and I'm not trying to frame them I don't know their deal either but there's plenty of people who aren't as worried about this as well they're clearly not as worried about price we are and frankly I am very I'm worried about it because my dad you know my brother and sister drove across that my brother and sister in law drove across the country to get their their their flying people in who were staying at my mom and dad because my dad is eighty and has asthma I am concerned about it but you know what I do I shut my mouth because I just feel like they're all grown ups and I'm in charge of me in my family right and they're in charge of them and their family well that's what it comes down to with the general public as well you might see someone doing something that you'd like to bring their neck over but what your best play is is go home yeah do you do you do you right so this the the whole thing they're saying here's the basically it's really important to the economy of Florida that's what they're saying about the WWE who knew it is critical to Florida's economy officials told CNN I've never watch that garbage I don't know how anybody can stand it but now I do know that and there's something you like and it's gone yeah absolutely miss it it's your it's a bomber so I get it if people love that and and they are able to still have it now they're probably super stoked Karl Anthony towns mom died after a battle with corona virus she's not a basketball player yeah he's a he's a guy from her name is Jacquelyn towns he's a Minnesota Timberwolves you know that guy's name Rudy Grbac do I I can't I'm not positive that the name of the dude who you know jokingly touched although no no it's not back what is that dude's name cut Rudy something though right it anyway that joke seems less and less and less money as more elected governor didn't what is it go there go there go bare that's right over to go Gobert compare but yeah that's I mean honestly every two there's been a lot of stuff in the in the basketball world I'm a lot of cases and a lot of deaths of parents and man that joke just seems so not funny anyway she succumb to the virus yesterday obviously they're heartbroken I did accomplish she passed due to complications as a result of code nineteen I am not seeing her age here but she's not I'm looking at a picture I mean you know could be an old picture but she looks she looks like she's in her forties yes she does not look particularly old I celebrities out there doing good in the world Ryan Seacrest is donating million dollars to corona the relief efforts in Los Angeles and New York City I don't know if you've been watching John Krasinski some good news it's a YouTube show he's been doing for the last few weeks uhhuh and it's cute it's clearly from his home in but it has some production elements to it looks sort of like the daily show but only sort of good news it's not that it's not about corona virus at all but it's things like I guess he gave doctors and nurses at Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center in Boston an amazing gift first David Ortiz gave them life time red Sox tickets then then John following CDC guidelines took them all on a trip to Fenway Park and they all get to throw out they all got to throw first pitches and he announced eighteen tease giving doctors and nurses on the front lines across the country free service for three months all right so you don't have to pay a bill for three months Kevin Smith is launching eight movies delivery service through Postmates movies is a fictional fast food chain in his hand in his movies and Kevin Smith movies is that right yes and so it looks like the pro so he's gonna you know they're going to just launch this alleged movies but it's really Postmates and the proceeds are going to provide food for families of undocumented restaurant workers and that's going to be April nineteenth through the twenty fifth wow good for him that's a very I don't wanna say an unlikely because but it's it's not something that would most people wouldn't consider that a popular move and yet it's so important to the restaurant business in read a Billy importance in the restaurant business my body works in restaurants and he's a guy I actually went to rehab with and why did I met him in rehab I should so we become type for that reason but he's someone who because he's bilingual has always had big jobs in kitchens because he can deal with everybody there I also bought I was hoping Ireland get urgent supplies surprise and over is doing a special today for apple TV plus about the impact of cove in nineteen on the African American community our that's gonna do it for the early trash many what's coming up I'll get you up to date on the emerging plans of our emergence and more after these.

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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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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Box office preview

Todd Schnitt

01:18 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"seth rogan" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Yeah. You run a business? How would you feel about? About. I have a fucking. I'm praised good back in here. Yeah. You'd be like, wait how much money might lose. But I guess I'm just used to also see seem Seth Rogan movies because I know that a lot of these movies that they had these like with the with the neighbors talk about moments quiet moments moments, where you know, it was kinda crazy. That's one of the things I really loved about neighbors is that you know, they were moments where this thing was way exaggerating way exaggerated, and then I would be moments where the camera would just roll. And it would just be Seth Rogan Zach Efren just being people like, okay. You know what I mean? I know a note xactly what I'm getting into with this to me. They set the tone very early in the work for me throughout now that being said. Seth Rogan gone Seth Rogan movie icing. Seth Rogan movie yet where said Rogan din din have sex than than than smoke weed and on top more than we just didn't have a lot of drugs. In the film. You know, now, this is where probably gets a little crazy to me. Because this is what I'm talking about. Now, I didn't it didn't. If fortunately that the movie didn't hinge on too long. But there was a there was a moment in here where? Eve saw trailer Charlie stare. She wants to go and get messed up, and they go to pairs looking for for Molly. And they in the secretary looking just like that look in the dealer right in the face. And like is no way a presidential contender is going to be wrong with no disguise. It'll be roaming around pairs looking for drugs, and and right at the dealer and his face without this going public somewhere. Now, that's one that is one of the things that got to me that's the son of the fantasy. But God damn see see that's kind of thing I'm talking about and in and you could say like, well, you know, it's a fantasy. But the whole thing of some dirt going public is what the last part of the movie hinges on. So that is a thing in this world. Yeah. I mean, and that that bothered me in in like, I guess the rogue 'isms the road. That because like I said, many Rogan ISM Rogan 'isms Rogan role gives all. All of a sudden role. That's what you put on your Turkey gravy. But he. But you know, like, I said every movie he he has those elements that's in there. And sometimes, you know, the Russian this seems kind of is a Seaney here. He he has to go into a building in an empty his pockets. All kind of drugs, and I'm going to think like these are not jokes. Seth Rogan's really drug adding one just weedy add. Okay. I'm beginning. He either crackhead. Yeah. Meth cocaine. I was like, okay. That's that's not the move. And that's actually what was in your pocket. You know, we see there's a lot. And sometimes they fire sometimes if money, and sometimes they do seem forced because that's just Seth Rogan's train the thought his influence on these movies when he's in them. Yeah. Well, it's it's one of those. Hey, I took this joke out with the movie be affected. All hell. No. Yeah. Yeah. You know? I mean, he, you know, he really wants to he has another movie coming out with the kids and just Cussing all over the place. I mean, that's that's that's that's what he thinks. Again. Like, I said I worked with some people. So people love is comedy. When it when it goes down that that way in some people don't like it. And then there's me he was like well like it to certain point when this feels like you just do it in here. But you know, beside characters that you were talking about an even going back to what I was telling you Marvin. On the psychic is a pretty funny of one that I really enjoyed. It was. June. Diane ruffea. Oh, yes..

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"I loved the gave me notes against Tom like, you can say semen, but you can't say come really I ended up saying com. I'm okay. I'm nervous up there at this guy's an animal. I thought he'd be Jimmy. I'm not holding back like you. Call him an animal because he sucks, dick. Discussed. Animal, but he's so likable. I, you know, those are the hardest ones. He smiles at you. Like did they beep though, the word come or they let it go. I've never watched one of my battles on TV. Not even like on you to know. I don't like watching myself. So and I I went on red at once. You know, I think someone said, hey, they're talking about your battle with Jimmy car on read eye. And I didn't know what read it was like, oh, let me check this out. And it was just like. Wow. So we avoid I void read it for a while. Now. Just because there's usually nothing good, right? And we had a guest on a guy who started in comedy when I started in comedy, but he just stopped at some point. And we brought him on talk about what he's up to now. And he was happy to be on us telling his friends hails onto minimum check it out. And then somebody's you mean this, and they found a it comment that said, yeah, this guy needs to do comedy favorite and never appear anywhere ever. Again. This is the most unfunny fucking person. So just killed him. And I told him I would you go you're not a comedian. Why would you look I read it? They're gonna shit on you. That's what you're going to do. But I didn't know he probably was like me where I was like literally a stoop. What's read it? Let me Earl Skakel Jimmy car. And it was just like this guy looks he paid. Comedy central paid them off me here g really think comedy. Oh. Well, they they used me of pain, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Rogan for the votes. And it's I I've met Jimmy Kimmel at that point once and I had never met Seth Rogan until after the bag, and they both really need the money. Jimmy, Jimmy Kimmel make fucking million a years Rogan makes ten million moving. What do you think I pay scales outside their dressing room with a signed ultimate warrior, t-shirt Kimmel? I think we know which way it'll be going this afternoon. Hey, here's a Hyundai for you. I love how those people, but those comments have no idea how show business. Absolutely. Yeah. They don't know how fucking hard gross battle is. I respect any rose battler and any comic. Really you see a comic bomb on TV. You don't see too often? But like we've all know there was one comic on camel who maybe didn't have the best. I don't wanna mention Dan, just because you know, I'm sure he's a great guy. But. Okay. His his like this. Delaney. Anyway. But even him I would be like, hey, it's the toughest gig in the world, especially you've I've never done stand up on television. But it's so time constrained, it's down to the second. 'cause I e in bag wants to Craig Ferguson, and how nitpicky they are with you until you walk out on stage. They were telling them. Hey, you gotta move this joke. You gotta do this joke. You can't do this joke. You've got four minutes and thirty seconds. That's what it is on Ferguson coli fun. What's the fun of this? Like, I'd be petrified. I've never done like. Network TV in the states, but I did two things on Showtime. And there's TV has no like for stand up, no impact anymore. So if you do like the late late show with that chubby guy that sings karaoke, James corden, it's not gonna do anything for your career. It'll piss you off though Tang you get so you get people that are funny. And then like like someone sees you they go fuck girls. Amazing. Okay. So Earl come do what you did. But changes team just changes. And then you change everything they tell you to change and you become fucking garbage com. You're not what they loved in the first place..

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"seth rogan" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Once you reach into that old mile bag Mason when he got. Would you like me to tweet? You could do that? No problem. Robbie says, I could plan applaud. I hope still high. There could be a blue beetle booster goal buddy cut movie. I think he might have mentioned that would love that. Yeah. Oh, being cry, you hopes feeling? I not good. I mean, I guess it depends on how she Zam does try feel as if that, if that does big numbers. Yeah, then does the bumpers if it does bumpers, then I think they say we'll shift in the direction of Mike. It more lighthearted, and then the doors open. You want bumpers for blue boost the gold. But if it does bad numbers, samba Zomba's then so bumpers is the good or bad depending on the context. It depends on the context and the expression you fight. Yes, but the international is exactly the same. So we're going to continue to use it on the podcast, but it's not going to be helpful. Does Bomba's obviously they're going to want to do more comedy, and we'll get blue, babe lose to golden. That'd be incredible. And we'd go to find a team that'll work. Yeah. But I'm sure they'll choose like Seth Rogan. Seth Rogan little Jonah hill. On the other hand, if it does bumpers they, we won't get that. If because Chris Hemsworth would be amazing Bruce to go. And if he wasn't told who else is charming and an idiot, that guy from the Akron pilot, he what's he doing lightly? I think he's on like one of those That shows. show that everybody likes like a family, show him as always talking about it. I don't know what family now. It's not. That was another one, but family matters. Yes. Show family feud. Family ties. Yeah. I don't know who's, but also you want somebody you want somebody who's goofy, but with an internal sadness, John Krasinski he's doing he's doing Jack Ryan. You do other things. He's got an internal San this. Okay, that's true. Yeah. What about say Steve Carell? Turtles. All till he can be a blue bagel. Yeah, that's true. Yeah. Make Ted code? Yeah. Okay. All right. Okay. What about John? Say Riley as nah battle? No, I won't Steve Carell. Now, what about if it's real Farrell and Joan? Say Riley as blue beetle booster goal had done one that I'd like to look like them in anything doing that show one of the boat, right? That's coming out. So I like the idea of that, but I don't want him as I'm one of them to be. What about Walberg now? Hi, that Bruce go hide him in everything. I wanted to tell you about one of them to be credible action heroes. Yeah, but also shamming but I'll say this line. Everything I think so. I mean, Wolpert is obviously devastated. Asli the transform is movies. Did I tell you about contact about mild twenty two? Now what is to tell you? Those lightest movie? And we got an Email Email out of the blue that said, Mao twenty two's coming out with Mark Wahlberg. He's a, he's a tough US army song, and he has to get. That's just that's just the fault line. They put every promotional material, just tough visit, US guy. Yeah. But, hey, basically, I think they have to get twenty two miles to go at a prisoner or something. Apparently it's not good, but I said. Testified in a twenty two mile prisoner around, but charity. We'll see. You're gonna get shot. I would you like to make a video for this and there's a chance in the video that you could have Mark Walberg in it. And I was like, there's a lot of things I don't like about Bach Walberg so I'm probably gonna have to say no to this, but I'd love to do like that. One of the things I suggested was recreated flights in from the movie so would have liked to get some proper people to film it properly. And they'd just use Mark Wahlberg for a second at the end like flyover and just not Mike use of him just like like just burn so much money for like a second. Snapped him at the water cooler exactly. Gonna Cup of coffee, and he's like. So that was my idea. It's just you just go, hey, Mark, and he's like, and then that's it. All right. And it turned out that that movie was horrible. So I'm glad. And it's kind of like..

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Jerry Smith was at a nightclub. I know you'll never believe it. Jared Smith was at a nightclub in New York City at club called the park and outside of two thirty in the morning and fan. Asked him for a photo he declined. He said, no, I would not take my photo fan. Took the photo anyway, Jared, with crabs his phone and throws it into a construction site. I have a lot of questions about this enters number one is he writes to throw the phone and construction site, ten percent alive and people wanna take a famous person's picture. They don't ask do it. And if he walked over and grab their phones through it, you could argue on either side of shit done that. You should done that. This guy did ask, which seems like he was doing the right thing. He got a no and was like, I'm doing it anyway. You specifically asked, I told you, you couldn't and you're doing it. I'm gonna make it so that you can't do it. Also life that there was construction site nearby because it's a drain or constructed says, there's a big fence. You can't get in throwing it across the street. It's like in a place like now I have to climb the fence to give phone back here has been under construction forever. Of course. Gaff alling every you about this I want to discuss is this nightclub this hotspot, the park, the park is not a hot spot, nightclub park or whatever. And I was like, couldn't be the place of. Before I went there with some like my roommate at the time parents, that would we used to go there because we were like seven do's and there's only one place in a city that you could get in with seven days, and it was the park and they had a jacuzzi on the roof once upon a time. And one of my friends would always end up in the jacuzzi to nightclub. Is there anything grocer getting into jacuzzi in a nightclub? No, there's not. I was not even something Woody, no, no, not at all. Finally, it's time for news matters. In two thousand six Judd appetite in Seth Rogan had a meeting with none other than Tom Cruise, Tom Cruise in this meeting as it does. Internet porn became a topic of discussion. Tom Cruise was flabbergasted by this. He had no idea that there were adult films uploaded on the internet for people to watch. Now, Judd appetite to his credit said, I wasn't sure if Tom was just being polite when he said he didn't know about this, is it polite to deny that you know about adult films on the internet wouldn't play. It could be funny if you do something like, oh yes, that on on you. I don't know the names of the website I couldn't. I've never heard if he made a joke. It'd be funny, but Tom Cruise doesn't joke. I wanna more about this meeting both. I want to know what. Didn't know that you can watch people do intimate things on the internet. I don't think he's absolutely nothing surprising about Tom. Information about Tom Cruise. That would surprise me. Now we always say we get the people they want. And part of that is listening to the voicemails from offense and also are Twitter feed. We got some tweets. There were some tweets. I don't know if you believe is there were some tweets that weren't just about you. Leaving me off the team. We got some some questions. This one is from Brandon says, if you were an NFL player, what your touchdown celebration be team or individual. Oh, interesting. Just depends on the team I play for. I want to point. I wanna say, I've been very disappointed by touchdown celebrations last year. I thought they were all corny and there's like number really good, and it was going to happen. I promise you this. Now. Remember this Reggie, putting this on works, push the button, ready tired today. He's he's had visited the richest besting. Okay. Regio bounceback tomorrow. There's going to be a shaky challenged shutdown celebration in the preseason really long. I think all of the stuff and anthem stuff and the domestic violence stuff that hasn't given me to stop watching football. But if there is a KiKi do you love me dance celebration? I would think I might stop watching the thing. You're right. You're right..

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The quicken loans studios so we were talking about the the ts to this was will the us win a world cup for the next thirty years and why is our national team not where it should be and i was sharing with you about thirty forty five minutes ago before the lauren rogin and seth rogan interview that i was able to speak to the former program manager in the premier development league at the img academy in bradenton florida the img academy houses the under seventeen us national team and routinely hosts both the us men's and women's national teams and he told me that our national team is not going anywhere on the world stage without a true us hierarchy of scouts scouts all over the country chief scout that's all covering spanning spanning the entire thirty five hundred miles of the united states of america to find talent and the scout talent excuse me and what he said was so many talented players slipped through the cracks that we don't even find so we're giving specialized training to certain kids and other kids aren't privy to that kind of to that kind of specialized training so he went through a litany of things that we lack to be an elite soccer nation he said we don't have a promotion relegation system if bad mls teams were relegated to the second division in our country which is the us l and lost all the profits and tv money they receive from being part of the mls don't you think they'd be motivated to make more of a youth academy investment to ensure they're never relegated again.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Can apply for a grant keep their loved one at home and you get in home care and that's something that people come up to us a lot about really you know it's been an amazing thing to change people's lives in that way give them a bit of a break when they're battling this this horrendous disease lauren miller rogan and seth rogan joint joining us here on the show today if i wanna get your attention with a script nowadays what gets your attention in a script lawrence seth what what grabs you i mean anything original and exciting and different way and i mean i'm most personally like nowadays it's so easy to make something yourself that like to me people who like make their own stop are the people who i'm most impressed by the people who i seek out the ones who aren't sitting around waiting for people to let them make their stuff but are just getting you know you can make all movie on a phone if you wanted to so like the people who are out there doing that or the people that impress me you know yeah i'd agree with that yeah i mean i think it's like there's so many amazingly talented people that are creating things these days and it's a party ridge on i think me i really feel like i really respond to things that feel very authentic to the traitor and just had like an original voice i'd like to share my first experience.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Green room and you laugh the thing is there are people out there like the seth rogan's the world a lot of other people out there who really have a disdain for these people who don't understand that it is all part of an act you don't understand that it's all political gamesmanship they don't they just go out there and they just do it over and over and over and over again where they they reiterate how much they hate these people and the reality is a do hate these people they do and that's not cool that's not cool i'm not a fan of seth rogan and his movies i don't watch a lot of movies right i go see moving to jack right so i'm seeing how cartoons and stuff like that and but you know what i don't he's belief that's totally fine jim carey and the stuff that he's doing that's totally fine i don't disdain have a disdain for jim carey i can respect that you don't believe the way i believe i don't believe the way you believe we probably have stuff in common but the reality is you're so hell bent on the tribalism in this this disgust you have for the other side that you really it lets it eats you up inside it does and you allow it to live again the trumps of the world to live rent free in your mind which i find ridiculous i i just don't do that but it's funny because if somebody you know if i'm in that position wants to pitch it is what it is what do you what do you think so here's my thing he's terrified that if he has a picture taken with paul ryan and gets out in the public because the kids are going to tweet that they met seth rogan that everybody's gonna think that seth rogan some sort of right wing lunatic that wants babies kept inside of cages or whatever it is at that moment in time that they met that was going to happen and that he supports trump and that's ridiculous that's we dick euless but when you live your life in this bizarre world of your feelings override everything and and and you don't care about facts and you don't care about the actual fact that other people even have a different kind of belief than you that you you you're terrified that's what he's afraid of i don't know if he hates paul ryan right but what he does is he he knows that he can't be seen to be consorting with the enemy and that's the way a lot of people out there feel the right did it for a long time with president obama right i mean they did they did it for a long time with president obama left it it again with trump and with bush right did it with clinton i've got respect for president obama i may not have agreed with a good portion of things that he tried to do but i don't hate the man zero recent for me to hate them in i think he was trying to do the best he could for the country in his ideas and the way the country was didn't have to agree with it but i respected him and we could have parted if you will as friends and agree to disagree on some things somewhere along the line we've lost that somewhere along the line we've decided that everything is a shouting match that everything is a fight no matter what it is and i just i don't know how we move on from this until some sort of normality comes and unfortunately i think when we do move on from this so we decided to bring the rhetoric down it's going to be because of something stupid that happened something stupid that it's going to happen and then everybody is going to be like we we we can't have this we can't three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at chadbensonshow is your twitter you could tweet along with us do you remember this whole thing it was called obamacare do you guys remember that you remember obamacare it was like oh my god we're going to get this thing sorted out we're going to get rid of it and blah blah blah we'll nothing's happening and and.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Glad to have you joepags entire crew here have you along for the ride on a tuesday so again i mean look listen seth rogan and john legend don't make policy i get that they're free liberated americans a to say whatever they want but when they're wrong i'm gonna call them out every single time i not those of you who think that well you're a trump apologize you never say he's wrong well that's incorrect i actually called him out on the on the whole access hollywood tape that he called himself out afterwards i'm not averse to seeing something wrong in a policy he does i'm going to judge them known as policy i'll comment on his personality i commented on obama's personality but i did not make my opinions or decisions on fact based on obama's personal personality or personal life for some reason those in the left think it's okay to go after everybody the personal life now i have watched sarah sanders the press secretary for for this administration for this white house do her her news conference i've watched it many times and the mantra by the left right now by john legend at all is that she's a liar and she's lying and she's carrying the water for the liar and raise a liar not only are they liars they're liars and xenophobia folks and they're racists and their homophobes and they're filling the blanca folks and latinos and if you don't agree with that line that they're just like what seth rogan said paul ryan i will not take a picture of you because of what i don't like what you're doing to the country what is he doing to the country what what is it that you think he's doing to the country and it's so weird to me because when we talk about civility we talk about the two sides coming together we're talking about having fun listen when i do something funny people on all sides laugh when kerry gives me a hard time people all sides cheer this isn't the show is not necessarily you don't have to be a conservative or republican relieved to the right to like my show or two then i would never ask you to leave now you're shutting down and and calling me names and holding up signs and stopping other people from watching then without a doubt i would i would want you to stop but i can eat at a restaurant next to somebody who's a flaming liberal and i don't care i wanted to leave to shout him down it's dumb it really is dumb kim think of a better word than stupid or dumb i could go with ignorant i could go with mine numb i could go with brainless i can go with mental midget as i said we can do all that or we can just realize that it's dumb you might say yeah but that's a social media doesn't really matter anyway patches it does it does because seth rogan hosts have a million followers it does because john legend has even more than that it does because there are influences out there where other people feelgood because of their music or they're acting of whatever and they want to believe what they say as real well seth rogan would say if it's not true john legend would say that it's not true well pags is only seen it because he's a conservative but he likes trump and we somehow rationalize ourselves away from the truth fact is fact truth is truth it is not variable and what those in the left are saying and the reasons they're giving for it's okay to have all this unrest are untrue and that's why i aim to get the right i also want to sing and also want to make fart noises i don't a lot of that is hard to do there's so much of this wrangling going on and so much untruth happening thomas in minnesota tom got a minute do it leaving the restaurant followed them to the next restaurant i don t trying to get them to try to get them kicked out but she certainly were protesting them just protesting the fact that i mean sarah sanders went home with her husband sanders was even involved anymore her kids are inlaws or somebody legend music and movies they are i agree with you and again i don't call for boycotts but you're right they're making it easy they really are and john ledger going to keep on.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Man very famous man a picture and seth rogan describes who the man was and why he denied it at one point two young white teenage man has to take a picture with me there maybe like sixteen seventeen and then they said our dad wants to meet you and i turned around paul ryan was walking he's a speaker of the house united states congress so he's third in line to be president if you're not sure all over just grabbed my hat and i'm just like i'm shaking his head i don't know what to do and he said can i have a picture with you and i said no way man guber at his kids are still standing right there i feel very conflicted about this at this moment it's not their fault but at the same time thing should probably learned that if they like a movie or song the person who made that probably doesn't like their dad that much bad i think it's a bad look in front of the kid bad i'm sorry but i mean come on this look whatever your politics are but i know i whatever i remember when president obama came to greensboro where the agreed with him or not i was so excited to go see him speak in person and i would take a photo of them absolutely he is the sitting president of the united states and he's in our city and even disagreed with some stuff or more whatever but i went i was very excited when trump came same thing hillary clinton bernie sanders i they're coming to our city our to the tried winston salem or whatever i will go they won't take a picture i'd be super excited i mean kids fall and either way even spectacle it's a picture unless he's afraid that people are gonna associate with him and think that he's supporting him or something like that that he didn't want but you can say hey the guy i wanted to picture not a big deal why the thing is is that an event because my why is he running to paul ryan you know i'll give it a comedy show or something it was an event hosted by mitt romney will now i'm really romney is the same side is the republican is like paul ryan right we'll so paul ryan was vp for nominee for mitt romney so was it my understanding is that it was an event that mitt romney was putting on had nothing to do with mitt romney himself mitt romney hosted the house is about brain health we'll southern maybe south rogan really wants to help with brain health but he is funny you accept the invite for i don't know i just don't get it.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Email and be like oh cut and pays that's coming in but a lot of it yeah it was john lanier i you know just talking shit out on the phone and yeah writing stuff out but it it took forever that was one of the things where i you know seth rogan called and said would you you know you do this news in the funniest way possible of like i don't want to do this we have to do this apologetically will you just help me out like i've been thrown under a bus but it was he was having a lot of fun because i want to bring it back to what you like that old school like we all know each other and it's just i wanna bring people who know james on and he actually was working really hard at it which i was impressed with it wasn't like he was just wanted it to be really good and and so i said would you be comfortable if i did a character and he's do whatever you want so yeah it was the president of hollywood because i thought it was funny that when we looked at the dais john lane were just talking about and i was like how fuck are these people movie stars are we like i think it started with the seth rogan joke of put you on a movie poster and i said deal with it you know it was kind of that it was like well maybe that's kind of the theme for the whole thing like you're welcome you jona you asshole you know whatever and but the nice thing about doing it as a character as i could bag on myself and then i didn't have to bag i don't know like sarah and tasha very well and i didn't feel i i know z's more but i don't know nick so it was like i didn't wanna go like if i don't know you it's just felt i didn't feel good like doing that but as the president holly hollywood i didn't i didn't go after sarah or an or nick kroll by when after everyone i kinda knew well and then i got to hit myself hard yeah and it was like and then i got to get out on that so that was nice yeah i highly recommend that people check out the video because it really is.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The president also announced today after his two hours with north korea's master spy that he is not going to take such a hard line on north korea anymore she was like pressure spurs it's kits going to remain what it is now i don't even wanna use the term maximum pressure anymore because i don't wanna use that term because we getting along you see the relationship we're getting a little getting along now everything's fine if in the middle of that seth rogan and james franco movie you had dropped in a subplot in which the longtime head of north korean military intelligence was not just invited to the united states he was invited not just into the white house he was invited into the oval office in an impromptu meeting to kick stuff around with the president personally one on one for a couple of hours if you went inserted that as a subplot in that james franko movie that movie that made kim jong un so matt that movie might have not made kim jon so mad because that subplot alone would have made it so ridiculous that nobody would have ever taken it seriously that's something like that could ever happen in real life but that is what happened today chance for being played here right we're the masterminds of this right no chance for being played right that thought wall street journal today ran this story by reporter diane nissenbaum see the headline there john bolton's deputy draws ire of jewish and muslim groups this is a story about how the national security council is being handled now under trump's third national security advisor the first one you'll recall was only reluctantly fired despite the fact that he was under fbi counter intelligence investigation while serving in the white house he's now awaiting sentencing on felony charges the second one was enthusiastically fired by the president reportedly because the president thought he was too serious too boring and he never told the president things he wanted to hear hr mcmasters last speech before he was fired as national security adviser was a was a few salahuddin at russia for its international aggression including toward us but that was his last speech and then he was out the new national security adviser hasn't been there that long but he has been cleaning out the national security council staff and replacing them with his own people most.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The way matters show we at nine eastern on msnbc okay so james franco plays the part of a tv personality is very handsome and charismatic seth rogan plays the part of james franco's tv producer and the conceit of the movie the guys learn that kim jong un the dictator of north korea is somehow a fan of james franco's tv show and so they pull off the impossible and these guys range that they are going to do a tv interview with kim jong un now upon learning that kim jong un has agreed to do an interview with these two goofy americans from the tv show the us government decides to take that opportunity to train those two americans to kill him to kill kim jong un while they are sitting next to him to be able to do that interview you are entering into the most dangerous country on earth can jong un's people believe anything he tells them including that he can speak to dolphins or he doesn't urinate indefinite you tell me my man doesn't pure everybody pees where we go with their wives could explode but he does talk to delphin that's at least that's part of the trailer from the movie it's called the interview produced in two thousand fourteen by sony pictures and north korea got very angry about that movie as you probably remember and as you might imagine they would they complained to other countries they complained to the us government they complained to the united nations but what what he's gonna do right ultimately north korea decided that it didn't matter that nobody was listening to their complaints they decided they would take matters into their own hands they decided they would attack sony pictures and initially it seemed like kind of goofy attack on november twenty fourth twenty fourteen employees arriving at work at sony pictures turned on their computers and this was on the screen picture of a big red horror movie skeleton hacked by gop doesn't mean republicans it's like some other.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

LA Talk Radio Channel 2

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

"That we can say oh wow that was that was really really cool that was a that was a great concept that was something new i've never seen and i still don't here's here's a oh my movie rant here they keep going on this movie tully coming out with the shirley's darren who is a great actress don't get me wrong she's fabulous and i was reading the synopsis of of the movie and it's a movie you know a woman gets knocked up i think we saw that movie with seth rogan movie the woman gets knocked up she's a little older in life and and you know it's written by diablo cody so you know there you go i'm surprised i don't know if she's working at a strip club at one time or not it's probably will be but she gets knocked up and then and it's just her journey we're going to see her journey as this pregnant woman who gives a shit you know is every woman who accidentally gets pregnant is that a movie come on come on come on really there's a million movies and i walk around la go to north hollywood i'll show you a million the second movies they're all working they're all up there i've seen them so i you know i say try original stories but then they do these these things and and sometimes i think they put these movies out there mostly for you know the critics choice awards and the one on the beach with the independent film awards you know that's that's what they're looking for they're looking for harvey weinstein before he got you know busted on his stupidity being an asshole he's notorious for putting these movies out and then paying the get golden globes and all this other shit that that you know got him got people watching them and he would do all these little art house the sort of things and i always made it i made a joke years ago as i started writing i said i'm going to do a movie it's gonna be called festival it's going to be short film and it's about an african american teen whose coming to terms with homosexuality in an abusive foster family where his dad is a neo nazi and his mom has a math problem i figured i figured if and oh.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Because that's actually one of my pet peeves about media is like i feel like so often you know they cast like just like a shelby jude like a seth rogan and then the beautiful woman in the world of the pairing not that i'm against that like here and there it's just weird when that's like the entirety of media and you're like and like i also am someone who like i guess in a way just like enjoy nudity like i think it's funny and on and like i i went to art school and we would do figure drying so there's something just like regardless the shape or size of person i think it's just like satisfying to see and it's like not you don't see it in our culture so like i you see all these naked women in media all the time and i'm like why when do we get to see a naked guy right forgiving serra marshall yeah jas yeah go sean heathrow us yeah i think there's a general feeling that like nobody wants to see that yeah i think that's tom i don't know i like i think our culture is like so uptight about nudity don't you mean that i just mean like just a naked guy yeah like i don't know i think they do i i i think it's one of those things that people won't admit to but they do want like it's sort of like i mean it's like internalized sexism i think because we it like for like we look at our stats on her doctors because we're you know monitoring traffic and stuff and you can tell the the likes we get on facebook and other social media platforms are very skewed compared to the actual site traffic in terms of gender so more more men visit reductions and read articles than would admit to it by liking the site on media jamie so i think there's a lot of stuff like that that they've started to study about like porn people's viewing habits and like what they're into where there they won't say what they're into but they are into right.

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"seth rogan" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"seth rogan" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"The immutable right of owners to alter says name to whatever they please in any given instance example terry creamer and short bow nutley it's pretty standard terms of this agreement or not open to amendment it will continue to be an effect even the instance of untimely mysterious death that's kinda like the contract that's right i didn't sign that though right so there it is seth rogan streaming service netflix says pineapple express actor has signed over his personal autonomy as of april first all right and of course note the date possibly the biggest acquisition company company history the actor writer director seth rogan how much would do you think they have to pay to get him as a person can you imagine somebody actually selling the rights to themselves yeah now you have the rights to people's likenesses yeah for example disney put in the auto the animal animatronic of johnny depp into the pirates of the caribbean right looks just like him really yeah so i wonder you know what exactly does that contract look like i mean they sell action figures everything every movie company that makes movies about more for example they're selling action figures they look like the people in the movies yeah there are some times where it doesn't look like the movies though i i remember remember when dark knight came out for a little bit the heath ledger joker looked just like him and then all of a sudden they came up with very cartoonish version of the jaeger look nothing like him because he died maybe.

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