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Mississippi Group Honors Fictional Man in Song 'Ode to Billy Joe'

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

Mississippi Group Honors Fictional Man in Song 'Ode to Billy Joe'

"The death of Billy Joe McAllister in rural Mississippi was a fictional event in the nineteen sixties hit song but Billy Joe now has a real tombstone in Mississippi Hey Joe McAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie ode to Billie Joe was written and recorded by Bobbie gentry the sad tale about a young man who ended his life June third jumping off that Tallahatchie bridge in the gossip that followed a group of locals in Greenwood Mississippi gathered this week to honor Billy Joe McAllister and give him a proper resting place U. S. senator Roger wicker among them mourners told tales as if they knew Billy Joe and then unveiled the tombstone at the Tallahatchie flats that reads he loved the river even unto death Billy Joe McAllister isn't real but he was portrayed by actor Robbie Benson in the nineteen seventy six movie based on the song I'm Jackie Quinn

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 ‘Virginia Woolf,’ ‘Goldbergs’ star George Segal dies at 87

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

 ‘Virginia Woolf,’ ‘Goldbergs’ star George Segal dies at 87

"A veteran actor has died George Segal was one of those actors whose career spanned decades and left memories for generations of movie and TV fans he started his life as an entertainer as a banjo player before segueing into acting he was nominated for an Oscar for the nineteen sixty six movie who's afraid of Virginia Woolf a new generation of fans saw him star as the grandfather in the ABC sitcom the Goldbergs his wife reports the single has died succumbing to complications from bypass surgery George Segal was eighty seven years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Disney changing Splash Mountain, ride tied to Jim Crow film

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Disney changing Splash Mountain, ride tied to Jim Crow film

"The bride is splash mountain it's at both Disneyland in California and the Magic Kingdom in Florida the ride is tied to the theme of the movie song of the south nineteen forty six movie that features racist stereotypes and tropes extolling the old south is mighty satisfactorily according to uncle Remus disease now changing the theme to one based on the princess and the frog the two thousand nine movie that features a black female lead this comes in the midst of the worldwide acknowledgment of racial disparities Disney though says the change in splash mountain has been in the works since last year I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Disney changing Splash Mountain, ride tied to Jim Crow film

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Disney changing Splash Mountain, ride tied to Jim Crow film

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president trump the bride and former is splash vice president mountain Biden it's at sounds both Disneyland different themes in California on the corona virus and the Magic Kingdom president in Florida Donald Trump was the in ride Wisconsin is tied Thursday to the theme of the singing movie song the praises of the south of his administration's nineteen forty response six movie to that covert features nineteen racist stereotypes we have cases and because tropes we extolling test the old deaths south are is down mighty satisfactorily we have one of the lowest according to uncle mortality Remus rates disease now changing we've done an the incredible theme to one historic based on the job princess presumptive and the frog democratic presidential the two thousand nominee nine Joe movie Biden that features was in Pennsylvania a black female lead blasting this the president comes in the midst for being of the in worldwide denial acknowledgment a number of of cases racial disparities is increasing Disney in though twenty says the change nine in states splash mountain has been in the we're works going to be since dealing with last for this year for a long I'm Oscar wells time Gabriel trump can't wish it away polls in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin show Biden ahead of trump but trump trailed in both states and nearly every poll in twenty sixteen before winning both and the presidency on election day Mike Rossio Washington

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Disney changing Splash Mountain, ride tied to Jim Crow film

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Disney changing Splash Mountain, ride tied to Jim Crow film

"The bride is splash mountain it's at both Disneyland in California and the Magic Kingdom in Florida the ride is tied to the theme of the movie song of the south nineteen forty six movie that features racist stereotypes and tropes extolling the old south is mighty satisfactorily according to uncle Remus disease now changing the theme to one based on the princess and the frog the two thousand nine movie that features a black female lead this comes in the midst of the worldwide acknowledgment of racial disparities Disney though says the change in splash mountain has been in the works since last year I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Disney changing Splash Mountain, ride tied to Jim Crow film

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Disney changing Splash Mountain, ride tied to Jim Crow film

"The bride is splash mountain it's at both Disneyland in California and the Magic Kingdom in Florida the ride is tied to the theme of the movie song of the south nineteen forty six movie that features racist stereotypes and tropes extolling the old south is mighty satisfactorily according to uncle Remus disease now changing the theme to one based on the princess and the frog the two thousand nine movie that features a black female lead this comes in the midst of the worldwide acknowledgment of racial disparities Disney though says the change in splash mountain has been in the works since last year I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Los Angeles - Disney Fans Petition To Re-theme Splash Mountain, Remove ‘Song Of The South’ Inspiration

Pat Thurston

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles - Disney Fans Petition To Re-theme Splash Mountain, Remove ‘Song Of The South’ Inspiration

"Disney fans are asking the company to re theme one of the most popular rides at the park they say splash mountain should scrap all mention of the nineteen forty six movie song of the south because it is racist stereotypes of black men fans in their petition would prefer splash mountain be retooled for the princess and the frog that was the first Disney film to introduce a black princess so far no comment

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11 Trivia Questions on Rare Diseases

Trivia With Budds

06:41 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Rare Diseases

"All right here. We go with some rare disease trivia. If I'm not pronouncing one of these things correctly Spare me because some of these words are crazy but here we go question number. One Co tards delusion is a condition where patients feel. They're missing. What question number one CO tards delusion is is a condition where patients feel? They're missing what question number one question number two auto brewery syndrome. which is crazy? Because I'm at a brewery. They're making beer right behind me. Auto Brewery Syndrome elicits the effects of what famous next morning regret question number. Two Auto Brewery Syndrome elicits the effects of what famous next morning. Regret number two question number. Three a bull Bihan. Dr Has Thick layers of bark like sores on his body giving him what infamous his nickname number three. What infamous nickname belongs to a bull? Bihan Dr who has thick layers of bark like sores on his body question number. Four Zero Dermot Pigmentosa is an allergy to UV rays otherwise known as what syndrome allergic to UV. Rays would give you what syndrome name number four question number five. What is the most common cause of elephant titus? How do most people end up with elephant? Titus question number five question number. Six hypertrichosis is an abnormal growth of what what hypertrichosis is an abnormal growth of. What number six question number? Seven Micro Shah makes patients feel objects are further away than they really are thus leading to the person thinking they are much bigger than normal. This syndrome is named after what literary character when you think you are a much bigger than you actually are so they named it. After what literary character character it's called micro shot number seven number. Eight progeria is otherwise known as accelerated. What progeria is otherwise known as accelerated? What question number nine Addison's disease means you have cravings for what common household Ingredient Addison's disease means you have cravings for what common household old ingredient number nine number? Ten Moebius Syndrome is another name for facial blank Lanc Moebius Syndrome is another name for facial blank fill in the blank and number eleven for two points. What young actor started the nineteen seventy six movie? The boy in the plastic bubble question number eleven for two points. What young actor starred in the nineteen seventy-six? Seventy six movie the boy in the plastic bubble. Those are all eleven questions for today's quiz on rare diseases. For Greg Hines. We'll be right back with with those rare disease answers in just a few. We are back with rare disease trivia answers. Let's see how you did on this quiz out of eleven points question number. One Co tards delusion is a condition where patients feel. They're missing body parts. Feels like you're missing your arm or your leg or your head coach tards delusion question to auto brewery syndrome elicits the effects of famous next morning. Regret that means you feel like you are hung over even if you have never had alcohol or you didn't have the night before you have the effects of a hangover. It could happen with Auto Brewery Syndrome number three Abul Bihan. Dr Is the unfortunate guy who has thick layers of bark like sores giving him the nickname of tree man. I've seen some. I think it was discovery channel specials on the tree man fascinated with the disease. But I always feel awful for that guy because they tried removing them a lot of the stores and things and they did before and after and they all grew back like even thicker thicker so crazy stuff. If you are not familiar with tree man number four zero Dermot. PIGMENTOSA is an allergy. Uv Rays otherwise known as Vampire Syndrome from watch out cullens. That'll get you number five. What is the most common cause of elephant? Titus the most common cause of saying elephantiasis is giggling thing like a fourth grade kid. When you find out what it is I remember hearing what elephantiasis was people? Were like. It's win you your testicles swell up so big you can in sit on them. I remember hearing that as a kid and be like that happens to people but it's really just the swelling of anybody part. I think somebody just said No. It's done there to make us laugh when we were kids. But it's a mosquito bite so you can get elephant titus from a simple mosquito bite and that is the most common cause I am very prone to mosquito bites. You might have heard on the show over over the summer. We had like our first batch of mosquito bites and California's since I've lived here and I get them like crazy. I hate mosquito bites and I hope they never lied to elephantiasis number. Six hypertrichosis is an abnormal growth of hair. They'll be like a wolf man or People you might see at the circus that have the like the bearded lady thing that would be the hypertrichosis number seven micro show makes patients feel. They are bigger than normal and they call it alice in Wonderland Syndrome because she drinks those vials. Els that trigger and maker. Bigger Allison Wonderland was the literary character in question number. Eight progeria is otherwise known as accelerated aging or aging in Benjamin Button and and number. Nine Addison's disease means you have cravings for the common household ingredient of salt. You want salt and you need more of it. Addison's disease number ten Moebius Syndrome. There's another name for facial paralysis facial paralysis can't feel your face and number eleven for two points. The young actor that started the nineteen seventy-six movie. The boy in the plastic bubble was Mr John. John Travolta the cover. This movie is very strange. It's an extreme close up on his face and he's just like any looks very very weird and I've seen the cover and and I posted it online as instagram story sometime in the last year. I had the VHS at them some. I store so that was it John Travolta boy in the plastic bubble and not to be confused with bubble boy from Seinfeld. But that's probably what they took that from.

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Netflix and Theater Owners Go To The Mattresses Over Scorsese's Irishman

The Frame

07:39 min | 1 year ago

Netflix and Theater Owners Go To The Mattresses Over Scorsese's Irishman

"Welcome to the frame and Stephen cliff us filling in for John horn Martin Scorsese's highly awaited mob boss drama the Irishman hits theaters today well you know what is the situation going on now for big business and the government they're trying to pull us down you might be demonstrating the failure to show appreciation seems the the Netflix film stars Robert deniro Al Pacino and Joe Pesci but seeing the three and a half hour long at beginning theater will take some effort Scorsese had hoped for a wide release but after negotiations stalled between Netflix and movie theater owners the film will only be seen in eight theaters in New York and Los Angeles before heading to the streaming service on November twenty seventh Nicole Sperling is media reporter for The New York Times covering Hollywood and streaming and she has the backstory on how things fell apart hi Nicole hi how are you Steve good good Nicole good you first please explain what theater owners were hoping for in terms of the Irishman's release I mean I think with what theater owners were hoping for was that Netflix was going to get in line and follow the rules that the traditional studios have with the theater chains and you know that is asking a lot for a company that doesn't necessarily believe in a theatrical window that is a subscriber first company that wants to make their subscribers happy by bringing them their content as soon as possible so what they wanted them to do was agreed to a seventy two day release which means that not necessarily the movie would play in theaters for seventy two days but that there would be an exclusivity period for that long before they would put it on their streaming service and that's really asking a lot for a company like Netflix I mean what ideally what Netflix like to see I mean no theatrical release at all no I mean I think Netflix is coming around to the idea of some limited theatrical release some of their consumers want to go see their movies on the big screen in a Martin scorcese gangster movie seems to fall into that category but they don't spend a lot on marketing so what happens in the traditional studio model is you have to put your movie into theaters you have to spend you know thirty five million dollars at least on a wide release to get people attention so they will know it's in theaters to go see it and then if you have to wait these seventy two to ninety days that are required by the theater chains when it does hit the next window whether that's a streaming platform or pay TV or whatever it is often times studios have to pay again to market the movie so it's really a lot of money but it also there is a requirement for Oscars is you have to have a movie in a theater for a week to be eligible that is part of the rules well after the Irishman start streaming on Netflix on November twenty seventh will there be the option for theater chains to give it a more wider release and and show it in theaters then for for those of us who may want to have that cinematic experience Netflix will keep it in theaters once it opens on their service as long as the chains want to keep it in it's just a limited number of theater chains that will play the movie the big giants AMC regal Cinemark those are the guys who are refusing to play by Netflix's rules which are much more truncated release windows and they're accustomed to Nicole Sperling is media reporter for The New York Times covering Hollywood and streaming with Irishman showing now at the Belasco in New York and the Egyptian here in Los Angeles before expanding to a handful of others what can you tell us about why those specific theaters were selected as far as the Belasco that's a Broadway theater that shows Broadway plays this is actually one of the first times that a movie is going to be debuting in that theater and it's kind of terrific in a sense that like it's a big palace in there it has a thousand seats in it it makes you feel like you're in this you know old timey kind of environment there's not a lot of single screens left in New York City so they're kind of recreating the old time Hollywood feel on that screen as for the Egyptian in Los Angeles that theater is currently owned by American Cinematheque it's a his work location but Netflix is actually in the process of trying to buy that theater it's an independent movie house they want to own it so that on week nights they can put their movies in and have a vents and do whatever they want and then on the weekends American Cinematheque would still program their films as they see fit and they're kind of retrospectives and the repertory theatre that they are well fear owners were trying to make the case to Netflix that you know if you truncate the theatrical release you're gonna lose out how much money are are are we talking about potentially well they use the departed as their example which was Scorsese's two thousand six movie and that made three hundred million dollars worldwide now the studio doesn't get all three hundred million dollars they split that evenly with the theaters and then when you add in marketing costs it goes lower than that as well but there's still a you know a significant profit that could be made it's a could be because it's also a three and a half hour movie so how many people are going to be rushing to the theater to see it I mean the film has received rapturous reviews critics are loving it so that interest to see I think is high but there's also the risk factor that's involved too and I think Netflix has been less interested in getting involved in that business because it is so risky and it's much safer to put it on your service and then a month from now tell everybody how many people and watched it right there were similar release negotiations last year over the theatrical run of another major Netflix project and that's all fine so quite owns Roma can you remind us how that agreement check out and how it may or may not have influenced how this deal over the Irishman was hammered out it was the same kind of situation where the big chains refused to play at the smaller ones the landmarks the Alamo they played the movie and for some of those theater chains the movie did really well for them and it stayed in theaters for a long time well as streaming giants become more powerful in the big budget feature film industry will movie theaters become secondary venues you know for special films well it depends on who you're talking to I mean at this moment in time Disney who is you know launching their service in two weeks is a huge proponent of the theatrical window probably most of the movies that you went and saw most of Americans when Sonya last year were Disney movies whether they came from Pixar or Lucasfilm or Marvel those are the movies that make a ton of money at the box office and they stay in theaters for a very long time so Disney is a big fan of the of the theatrical window now how that changes we'll see there also putting a lot of money behind their Disney plus service so that needs to work out really well for them as well and who knows if product will be shifting to the service and hopes to you know bolster their subscriber numbers a lot of the streamers are backed by a traditional studios so they're gonna have to figure that out as it may go forward Nicole Sperling is media reporter for The New York Times covering Hollywood hand streaming the call thanks is a is a pleasure thank you for your time I appreciate

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'Terminator: Dark Fate' Eyes $40m Opening Weekend

Jim Bohannon

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

'Terminator: Dark Fate' Eyes $40m Opening Weekend

"Fate the sixth movie in the terminator franchise is actually a timeline reset taking place as a direct sequel to terminator two judgment day and ignoring the events of the three previous sequels and the Sarah Connor chronicles TV series deadline in varieties prognosticators project dark fate could open in the range of forty million dollars and potentially as high as forty seven million one hundred miles to freedom to mark you freedom the historical biopic Herriot stars Cynthia Revo as the former slave who became an abolitionist after escaping to freedom via the Underground Railroad deadline says Harriet can open to between eight and nine million dollars while variety pegs it slightly higher

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Gotham Awards: 'Marriage Story,' 'The Farewell,' 'Uncut Gems' Lead Nominations

The Big Picture

12:45 min | 1 year ago

Gotham Awards: 'Marriage Story,' 'The Farewell,' 'Uncut Gems' Lead Nominations

"Okay Amanda the Gotham awards what do you know about the Gospel awards they are New York based yes is Gotham is a stand in for New York and uh-huh well done thank you and they are an indie film awards and they always have the ceremony pretty early in the season and their speed teaches are often really vibrant and kind of make some noise that people are usually recapping them are doing videos of the acceptance speeches that's right the nominations are usually driven by journalists and critics whereas the awards themselves are usually chosen by people in the New York Film Community this year's collection of films is sure thing and I think it highlights the New York versus La Aspect of this award show I would say that this is a very good collection of films but not terribly represented of of where Oscar is going to be going this year so let's just mentioned a couple of the categories we can talk about what we see and if any of this really ultimately matters to the big race that we talk about on the show all the time so for best feature Lulu longs farewell The safdie brothers uncut gems trae rituals waves Noah Baumbach marriage story and Lawrence Ghaffari as hustlers now as a human man these are five of my favorite movies of the year you truly love to see you love to see it now Ah I think this list has been somewhat criticized for being the eight twenty four awards share and also Noah Baumbach a former eight hundred four filmmaker himself so there's a lot of lineage there but I don't necessarily I mean I think marriage story is pretty much a lock for best picture and you've got a chance to see it over the weekend so that we may be we can t some of that conversation talk about it but yes these other films I think the farewells probably the one that has been tabbed to have the best chance at best picture but do you see a world in which I guess these early awards shows do more than just you know sort of celebrate the films that we expect to not be recognized come Globes and an Oscar season or or do you think that this is just a forebear to what's coming I think this is probably people sharing their passions for the most part and doesn't shift a lot the only notable storyline in the future category for me as Hustler's being here because that means that people really are taking it seriously as a a capital f film in addition to a great kind unexpected box office hit featuring Jennifer Lopez sue and we talked about that a little bit of the time of Jennifer Lopez seems like an Oscar contender people take it seriously it seemed like the answer to that is yes in some ways yes but on the other hand Jennifer Lopez not nominated for Gotham you know just kind of fascinating what are you going to do with you ran does in the film community I don't know it is people expressing themselves yeah I mean there's a lot of very admirable choices kind of up and down we don't have to run through every single category here I think one thing I like about the Gotham is is that it does a lot of awards that I really wish the Oscars would do for example they have the Bingham Ray breakthrough director award and the nominees here are kind of interesting collection of people couple of films I haven't even seen Lord Clermont on Air am I pronouncing that correctly thank you can Jones's here we had him on the show earlier this year Joe Talbot from the last Bachman in San Francisco also on the show Olivia Wilde this year for book smart and films for burning came which is a film I haven't even seen yet which is yeah been released so that this is sort of like in the spirit of the indie spirits meets the Oscars meets the New York film critics are I tend to think of this award show and I think the award selves our health quite early at the end of this year as opposed to early next year and you'll be able to stream them live on the Internet and you'll get to see some of those acceptance speeches that talking about but it does feel a little bit of a lucky to be here kind of award Andre Holland you're nominated for high flying bird and be pretty surprised Andre Holmes nominated for best actor Best Actress Likewise Mary Kay Place for Diana Elisabeth Moss for her smell these are performances that will be on craigslist MHM maybe on your lists I haven't seen her smile yet I need to do that I will do that before the end of the year I'm saying it in public so that will actually happen and probably how do you feel about being in this moment this period of award season where we're like right at the were at the gates worth the Don excited I think you and I kind of went through a marathon in the last week and so we have seen most everything which is great there are a few outstanding films talk about and there are a few on my list that I haven't seen because they were at festivals and haven't really been screening for critics yet but we've seen a majority of things and I definitely just had a week where I just saw elise and I was like wow cinema I was very moved by a lot of films that I saw and so in that sense I feel hopeful and excited and you're like movies are great we have all the movies and then I started trying to make my Oscar predictions and started thinking about all of the politics and like reading from what Academy voters I had to say and it creeping sense of dread also and anger and resentment started creeping in so I would say it's a complex emotional time for me personally how are you feeling I have the same exact feeling as you and it's for that reason that we have decided at the back half of this show to make predictions make bold reckless quite likely very stupid predict predictions because as you said we've seen almost everything last week you and I got a chance to see the Irishman let me just tell you the Irishman is good. You should see the Irishman you had a chance to see marriage three yes we had a chance to see knives out which I don't think we'll be a part of the awards conversation but which was fantastic it lived up to my hopes and dreams have been screaming about it on a podcast for two months so those to receive we see something else we saw little women little women of course of course little women so all of these movies have now been put in front of us let here's here's a very short list of the movies that neither of us have seen thus more because we've done a pretty good job of doing our homework to this moment but so far we still haven't seen nineteen seventeen seventy four one film we haven't ritual Clint Eastwood's portrait of the man who was accused of the Atlanta Olympics bombing we haven't seen cats it's fine that you put this on this sliced by Mattia cats cats come in cat season is nearly upon us we haven't seen dark waters which I think is going to start screening this week we've not seen star wars episode nine the rise of Skywalker uh-huh I did read a bit of box office prognostication about episode nine today it was kind of kind of kind of grim interesting it was like this will is on track to be the lowest grossing of the sued thus far on its opening weekend maybe it's because everybody knows what's GonNa Happen I read some fan fiction or not some fan fiction no like can we just used to lead them into it yeah I read some fan fiction you know what I read some predictions based on nothing speculation is what I read about Star Wars that was essentially conviction and I got really upset about it I told you about this already we had this conversation with no let's not do that yeah but I don't know it people I it seems like people are interested in what happens I'm interested in what happens was the was it that ray is a rookie was it no it's Ray in Cairo and fuck just like the weight again pure speculation but let me go on record saying I do not want this as the really casual star wars fan who does can't remember the title of Episode Nine Not for me it's not what you want the only other movie I can think of that we haven't seen that is going to be competing this year barring maybe you're frozen to in the atom akara categories clemency which is Alfred movie that premiered at Sundance and has gotten reviews and I it was pointed out to me that there to death row movies this year with just mercy and clemency which is kind of interesting but that's only six movies between the two of US we've done a nice job hopefully we'll have a peaceful December probably not as we go through all of our takes which of these sixty think is most likely to to mess up the the narrative is we're going to break down later in the show I have on the document that I made I have one thousand nine hundred seventeen written several different times with like twenty question marks it was I just I don't know what to do with it. It is obviously a world war one epic with really athletic filmmaker gang directed by Salmon News which is Oscar Bait shot by Roger Deakins which is how you know it really is and they haven't they're releasing the behind the scenes rich of him just like running and trenches they're really leaning into we worked really hard to make us you know and it's a very showy style of directing yes their narrative is the effort yes which is an interesting thing we hear a different version of that with someone like Joaquin Phoenix and his performance in the joker we heard all about how he lost fifty pounds and he contorted his body and he I mean this physical transformation this is the full-scale movie version right of what sacrifices were made to achieve something yes and it's so funny because the the movie is not out for still another three months but I think that's really smart and the reason I have twenty question marks is because is it too late in the Oscar season to kind of really breakthrough because the people haven't seen it and the Oscars season is like a full months earlier this year and then was your so we're in a really crunched situation I think we have learned time and time again that it is harder the later you get in the season more crowded it is it's harder to get people invested in your movie you've just created a wonderful segue for our next segment let's go to stock stock down if it goes bust you can make ten to one twenty

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Disney Rumored To Be Making New Spider-Man Deal

Nerd On! The Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Disney Rumored To Be Making New Spider-Man Deal

"It has been a week for <hes> <hes> marvel and sony for disney and sony more week for all of us is what you mean to say yes a lot of ups and downs very emotional highs and emotional china lows but let's let's try to try to keep us to the facts so essentially there's been some news in development in <hes> the the spiderman movies future are the ones that are being co created by <hes> emerson medic universe and sony pictures together. The current deal is that <hes> marvelous taking can up all the production efforts. <hes> and sony is bankrolling most of it ninety nine five five percent of it. <hes> yeah i saw gross goes to marvel marvel right now so that's that's their current deal. Then somebody takes the remaining ninety five right and so i believe the deal was for <hes> <hes> six movies. I want to say five or six movies was five so right but they were going to make more as part of their deal. Oh and now part way through this week. <hes> apparently as reported by deadline kevin feige <hes> approached disney or somebody at disney to renegotiate the terms of that where was that the approach disney sony kevin approached sony okay to renegotiate the asking to renegotiate the deal they wanna they wanna have fifty percent stake so they wanna upfront fifty percent of the cost of production and also take fifty percent of the profits officer they would both payroll fifty percent of making it and then both reap fifty back <hes> <hes> fair. I'll be honest. It does sound super fair. Although although the original terms agreed to for a lengthy period of time was sets of five percent also it's it's worth noting that spider and from from home is sony any pictures of highest grossing movie of all time being stifle so there's that there's that money machine that sony now has that yet exception of five percent. It's there's it's there prophets so i can see why as reported there was an immediate no and then kevin vikings reaction apparent supposedly reportedly was <hes> to say that outwardly say that he has no longer going to be involved with creation of <hes> which is unfortunate was unfortunate now storyteller a time now for for for a hot twenty four hours. That was the news where things ended and we were all sad about it. Everybody was reaching being out to sony on the internet said you know cetera et cetera but of course a lot of deals are missing from that <hes> is the ones that heels that i already explained and also since then we've had some updates where negotiations apparently not over and there is some they like seventy thirty and the approach they want a seventy thirty sony does seventy they do thirty this is the parsons is so interesting to get these behind scenes details because this information we would not have little thing this is at the time of recording when this episode post right might be it might be afraid for some context rather sunday the day after like twenty three yeah yes <hes> yeah so and and and kevin vis a goal with this deal was to have it all set and done on before d twenty three so they can make announcements as they like to do however that did not happen so there is no spider and talk during d. twenty three <hes> another thing to keep in mind but this is a kind of a dozen just mean that sony just moves forward and makes you know the third far far from home or homeland was homecoming series movie. Maybe they could ditch holland and go with a different one because he's not right now. Here's an option so tom holland does not is not contractually obligated anymore right now. Here's an obscene. You shouldn't need to spiderman yeah.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Kubrick's eyes wide shut. David ventures fight club, though, which house keys the matrix PTA's. Magnolia Pixar's Toy Story two and yes the other option because there are so many other options. Yeah. This is one where you might be inclined to go with your gut. But really, maybe Google best films of ninety nine before you. Vote because there are a lot of candidates in early voting. One film is not surprisingly kung FU wing itself away from the pack that is the matrix. But there is a lot of love for all of those films and for other the six movies that are mentioned there by title, those are six of the nine films that are going to be part of our nine from ninety nine series. We didn't leave out the movie that's kicking off our series, the six cents here in a moment. But do you have a vote right now that you feel strong about do you look back at your films and ninety nine and feel like you have absolutely that list wouldn't change. Or are you looking to maybe kind of reconfigure your list after doing this series? Yeah. I've got a weird top ten from ninety nine much as in the shocking. Right. But even in the moment, I remember, you know, as as most people recognizing this was an amazing year for film. So is really tough to narrow it down to just ten, but my number one was I'd have to other in this poll. And I think I would stick with that. My number one was the Blair witch project, which I've revisited. A handful of times over the years, including I think within the last year and a half and thinking absolutely holds up. So yeah. For me. I'd go other. Okay. Blur, which is going to be part of our nine from ninety nine series. We will discuss that movie later this year. I did my top five of ninety nine not in ninety nine. But in two thousand nine on the tenth anniversary of that great year. And at that time, I mean, I like my list a lot I had American movie at number five the Christmas movie I had being John Malkovich at four the matrix. Three my bizarre out of left field choice. At number two. Tim Robbins cradle will rock obviously love that film way more than most people do my number one is three kings and that just missed our cut for the nine from ninety nine series. I think it would probably still be in my top ten of that year without revisiting it or other movies. I do feel like there's some wiggle room there at number one. I think three kings is waiting to be pushed out by something else. Yeah. That sounds right though. I really like three kings as well. So I I kinda like that field. Choice for number one. I don't know if you do it again, though, now maybe not you can vote now in our best of ninety nine pool at spotting.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

The Conspiracy Farm

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

"Of racism and everything else national. Media mainstream media completely downplayed they buried this story. You can look at the the t shirt that the gentleman is wearing it actually has a smash the patriarchy t-shirt hunted, which is this this left wing conspiracy theory that you know, that that men are sort of colluding to control the world to put down all the women and toxic masculinity. That's the thing that I can't figure out what the mental illness going on Jack, maybe you can add to this. But you see this shirt on this guy about the matriarchial? Here's a white guy wearing the shirt if tricky. And he's wearing this shirt. And we're seeing a lot of white liberals saying all white people should die. What what how mentally ill? You have to be to say that your race should be eliminated from the planet. What is going on with these people? Yeah. It's definitely something that needs to be studied. And I will say this is a great example. And I bring this up a lot of of why I support the reopening and refunding of America's mental health institutions. Oh, yeah. Without a doubt. I mean, I I remember when Reagan, you know, and we'll just say it how it is. Reagan was you know, he was the guy that was played a big part in getting getting rid of our mental institutions, we used I remember as a kid we used to have a lot of them around the quad cities where I live here in the IWay Illinois area, and after Reagan we suddenly noticed a lot of a lot of folks walking around the streets that were, you know, a lot more homeless a lot more mentally ill people, you know, walking around down. So it's it's definitely got gotten to be a serious epidemic in this country yet believe it or not it's actually the the movie of all things hundred seventy six movie one one of the covered, right, Jack Nicholson nurse ratchet, and all you can. Actually, track back, the the just in terms of public opinion views on mental institutions, you can track it back to that movie being the catalyst and the turning point for just everyone kind of getting up and saying we don't wanna fund this stuff anymore. This is not the right way to do it. We need to cut it. And of course, government's gonna look at that and say, hey, we don't you don't want us to spend money, something great. We're not going to spend money on something. Didn't Geraldo Rivera. Do. I'm sorry. And just thought they shut they shut it all down without a plan of what comes next. I remember. Geraldo Rivera did a story in the eighties about willowbrook or Walbrook one of those two I know was in the rain man, but the actual place that he went in there and just found is how absolutely terrible conditions were in some of these mental facilities. But yeah, it's definitely obviously been an issue. You know, letting people out on the streets who probably shouldn't be. So let's talk. I mean, you had mentioned Covington. Let's talk a little bit about that. Because the minute the minute. I saw that. I saw kids standing there with a mic America, great again hat on just smiling and his classmates around him and a man beating the drum in his face and instantly. They paint the picture that, you know, the the kids are white supremacists. And and getting in the spore indigenous Vietnam veterans face, and and trying to instigate problems and everything else when you when you pan back, and you see.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"I thought I remember I I would rent anything that wasn't rated R I used to rent six movies at a clip and my dad did not want me to watch Manhattan murder mystery. And I was like it's PG back on. And this was right when Woody Allen stuff was really coming out. And he's like he's a molester. I don't want you getting this stuff in your head. Like, then I think it's a fun rump. Last thing the movie we watched it together. And I think he enjoyed it as well. By the end, it's one of his most kind of light fluffy delightful type movies. It really is entertaining fun movie trivia on that film, and why it works. So. Well, number one, it's the first thing he did with Diane Keaton in twenty years or something like that. Number two, great Zach Braff plays their son Zach Braff tusk play the sun number three that whole movie was a b story for Annie hall that had to be cut for time. So it's almost like you're getting a weird any hall sequel your something because it does get into like the strain. There is a strain on their relationship as they both sort of take different approaches to is our neighbor murderer. And then you got all to coming in which is in what I assume would have been the Tony what's Roberts. I'll take all over Roberts any day of the. Week. I love Roberts. I wish I like that. He's one of those guys. I'm like, why doesn't he just pop in like Woody Allen, movies or any movies? It's fucking Tony. Did he retire like who isn't going? They probably got got on lewd 's at some party in the seventies and killed a woman together we. The different time. At Hollywood, my point is like, you know, you're making a movie in New York you go. Hey, I got this like to to to to page scene. Tony roberts. You want? Come do this. Sure. I don't I never get. Why does even act anymore? That's my question is did he just walk away. I love Alan Alda in this movie, though, the all this great. And when I really like about all in Manhattan murder mystery is the only other Woody Allen movie. I think the only other Woody Allen movie he's in his crimes and misdemeanors. Yes. And he is such an he's areas, but he's such an unlikable prick of a man in that movie. Yeah. It's fun. Seeing him be like nice approachable Alan Alda, like mash, Allen, all right in Manhattan murder mystery. Tony Roberts still alive. Still worked was in something called the longest week with Jason Bateman. I've never even heard of all right, Amityville. Three d. Amityville. Three d he played John Baxter, the owner of the the one from the eighties. Yeah. All right. Manhattan murder mystery was in that style that Woody Allen had, husbands and wives. Use it as well. The cameras just always moving it's sort of. I mean, he didn't invent this. But it felt like it really influence the indie film movement of the late nineties, and it was a lot of fun. It was just a funny really fun movie. They got a great villain and the guy who plays hash on the sopranos the guy they think killed his wife was great in just a good cast. Everybody's strong in it. And I heard you know from the Wikipedia page anyway. Apparently while this was going on while the whole thing was going on and Mia Farrow had him on twenty twenty and everything. He's got a press on this movie to get my mind off this and who shows up day one for a fitting, but me affair. What at least this is on the wicket pedia page. She has publicly accused him as everyone knows that this point and she shows up on day one because she was supposed to be playing the Diane Keaton role, and she's like, I'm here to get fitted for wardrobe. I didn't like a you're not in the movie anymore. Man was like what? That's not go down this road. It's not go down. The. For those of you at home. I just literally did the Seinfeld. Take from Seinfeld. When somebody says something crazy, and he turns his head almost to a ninety degree angle. We've started a new thing on a cool kids where when somebody says something the pisses Dag off because I got a pace gets up and paces around and goes. Woo surf on. My friend. Keith Robinson, one of the funny human beings on earth who who had a stroke. He will often yell. When you when in a moment like that, I'm gonna fuck and stroke..

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"sixth movie" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on One Two Review

"Hey, welcome back. So marley. And I are here in my room. We're actually having a sleepover here. And this is fun. I get to do things that I have never done in a traditional all boys slumber party. I'm wearing a mask currently. Yeah. And I just braided his hair. It's a fun up. Do it looks good. It's a good look. Thanks. I appreciate that. Marley was kind enough to Skype braid my hair, which I appreciate so she was reaching towards the camera and fade Brady, and then I braided my hair. So it felt like you were right in my hair. Appreciate merlin. I don't have much on my head's a little short. But I got a couple of rates there. Thanks for joining us. Marley. What do you want to tell us about yourself? You're so cool. But I think other people need to know and want to know, how cool you are. Yeah. Please tone. Well, I'm a longtime collar for time listener. And I just love movies. It's kind of what I'm known for among my friends. I'd say lesser to that point. I'm also known for just never sleeping never once and being graded braids. Yeah. And that's I heard that Brennan talked about you that I know this girl that doesn't sleep much. And I was like, hey that might be perfect for the twenty four hour that we were planning on doing. And so we brought you in today. It's been a treat where what we're in our three and a half now up three and a half hour six movies. This has been a lot of fun. And I'd still got a lot of energy in me. You know, I'm hardly tired. Hardly tired of all. Well, welcome to my world. It's great. This is nice. What keeps you up? You know, just a lot of just the tips and tricks that we've been sharing one thing that has really kept me up just on some of those nights where it's been hard to keep my eyes open is a trick. I like to call holding hands with someone. That's done that I've tried. Maybe what do you mean? Just in general holding hands. Right. Yeah. You can hold one hand like your right hand to their left hand or two hand, I've kind of captured their hand with my two hands. That's one way of doing it. I generally like to if there's somebody made medium crushing on. I don't know somebody who catches my eye. I move is generally to reach out and describe their hand. Yeah. Do you like a softer a hard hand? Well, you know, whatever I can get for me. I I like a heart hand, I like, a heart hand is shows character, you know, this person has been working not just lazily low Xinning up nice. Thanks. Well, guess what a rate another film. Yeah. All right film. Number seven who wants to kick this off this next movie? We have is called the ward it was directed by. Sharon black. It's from two thousand six. This one was really dramatic. It's a movie and a sick word. It involves surgeon John Pritchard who delivers medicine and heart. But the question is can he overcome a medical system that is so broken? It's in fact sick. Yeah. What did you think? Right. This was an I I mean sad. And I opened I'm gonna go out on a limb. Here I'm gonna say this film might have been manipulative. It felt it felt like an experimental film designed to make to make a person sad and more specifically to cry. I cried I cried many times during this film. Did you cry during the parts of the movie that were specifically designed for crying when they set aside time? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So what this does is it has these brutal brutal scenes? And then there is this this black that comes on the screen, and this kind of pause that that gives you a chance to kind of process what you just saw. And I needed those breaks. I think if the film had moved on to the next scene right away. I wouldn't have been able to listen pay attention to it. I really needed that time to to catch my breath those seen simply would have been wasted. Yeah. You're absolutely right. You needed the time to really get to the. The core of why am I crying because a lot of times? I couldn't figure out why I was crying. Sure. It was sad. The music was sad..

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"sixth movie" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Everyone. Welcome back to chat cemetery. We are talking all about the nineteen seventy six movie adaptation of Carrie with Katie Schaefer today. Katie how are you doing? I'm doing great so excited to talk about this one. Yes. So why don't we go ahead and start with our exposure to this movie, basically? Because personally, I know I had watched it previously. But I don't really remember the context for me watching it. So when I watched it yesterday, I was remembering things that I had seen in the movie previously. But then there were other things where I was like with this have been a movie, my parents would have left me wa what I was reading probably not. So I clearly watched it like high school, or maybe even college when I started getting into Stephen King more because this has been sort of something that's not necessarily brand new to me. But you know, I had only read a handful. Of Stephen King books before college. If that and then iced started by reading like the shining in college and everything and it kind of snowballed from there, and I knew my mom had a ton of his books anyway. So I was like well perfect opportunity to just read these and I started by going back and starting at the beginning with reading carrying going through almost chronologically. I skipped cujo for our Shawshank episode on welcome to eat them. So it's a little out of order right now. But you know, there are so many adaptations of his and there, I think handful of carry adaptations to you. But to me this is like the one you need to watch agreed yet. When I I did a article about the year of Stephen King last year, when you know, you had like five things coming out and some of them, really big. And so I looked at it. And it is crazy. He started having film adaptations of his books almost immediately like this one came out in nineteen seventy six, and I think the book was published less than three years..

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"sixth movie" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Today and Bill why don't you let us know? What were the big winners this past weekend? I'm gonna guess that Halloween may have still been number one. But I don't know. I'm not the fractional here. You are. Professional. Wow. Thank you. Welcome. Halloween. Of course. Number one. Yes, it's that time of year. I thirty one million dollars at the box office. It's gross one hundred twenty six million dollars in the first two weekends. So it's doing very well. Of course, the stars born they still love that. Of course that the remake of nineteen Seventy-six movie did fourteen million dollars in Banham top three at at ten million dollars as you can see the top three movies in these type movies that most people come out to watch like Halloween. The franchise movie. It's been around for forty years star born is a remake Banham, of course, marvel movie. It's actually a spin off of Spiderman so those are the type of movies that most people come out to see at the theaters now, and they do phenomenal business. All right. So there is your top three. And how does it seems that this weekend looks pretty good as far as movies are being released? Where were the hot ones that are going to hit theaters on Friday or Thursday? If they have the the pre release know how that works. We have a pre release now every Thursday all movies usually start by seven o'clock on Thursday. Nowadays on the top movies that people are gonna come out to watch this weekend bohemian rhapsody that looks like h. Hopefully, you'll be a top movie you might not be the top grossing movie. But of course, it's rated PG thirteen Barghuthi drama music. Course, it's a story leading up to the queen's legendary appearance at the Live Aid nine hundred eighty five concert. Basically, it's more of a story about Freddie, Mercury. And here's a clip of that..

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"sixth movie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Again, we have two more copies of the collection of six movies from universal. Classic monsters. And we're going to give those away we got two more to give away. And that's a great package. That includes Dracula in the Spanish version of Dracula, Frankenstein, the mummy the invisible man, the bride of Frankenstein and the Wolfman with hours and hours of bonus features, I have this collection at home, and it's great. So if you're a fan of the universal horror movies, and monster movies, we've got them for you. And we'll give those away a little bit a little bit more. So Jeff, welcome back. We got a couple of texts here. Okay. Steve says, hey, Jeff, I have become a big Brett Haley fan from and have all of his movies and DVD except his latest with Nick Offerman heartbeat loud. I know I could get this movie on video on demand. But I'd rather have the DVD, you know, when it's coming out. It is out. It was released very quietly. Nobody knew about the movie was a low budget thirty two good movie. Actually, I've actually seen it. Nick Offerman plays the father, who's good father and son. They start a band, and it becomes this thing and make great east is. And it's a really unique movie it came out in September. Steve. So it is you can get it. It's available now in September. And I recommend it. And we got reviews from Eric children's saw it. I can't remember what film fuskus he goes to all the film fest. Yes. Covers them for us and reviews a lot of the movies that we weren't. We won't see for months. And I think he saw this one at south by south west if I'm not mistaken at the south by southwest film festival. And then it played here at the music box. And Nick came back to town to to do like, I think he was there for a couple of performances of the movie and did a Q and A afterwards at the music box theatre because Nick is from here. And so it's a good movie. It really is. If if you've not seen it in your fan of Nick Offerman you shared because it's a really, and it's a different kind of thing than that. Nick is doing in this movie than he's done a lot of other especially different than Ron Swanson because everybody associates associates, Nick Offerman with Ron Swanson because Ron Swanson's one of the greatest care from parks and rec and Ron Swanson's one of the greatest characters in sitcom history. So he's always associated with that. But this is a different kind of thing a really wonderful performance. And he's in he by the way, he's in bad times at the El royale, which is a movie that no one is going to see. But it's great. And it's got an unbelievable cast led by Jeff bridges, and Nick Offerman is in that one too. So but heartbeat loud. Steve our listener it is available on DVD. Six three oh area code says you guys, but nobody any chance if trilogy of terrors on DVD. Oh, yeah. And no one would know that more than Nick. Well, you know, it's this time of year when we talk about on our spooked tacklers when we're going to talk about our favorite horror movies movies that really scare us and that'll be on a Wednesday morning because Halloween is on Wednesday. So we're going to do our annual spook tack healer will bust out. The scary. Sounds CD will play a bunch of creepy music, and we'll play some scenes from horror movies, take your phone calls and talk about our favorite movies and every year whenever you talk about scary movies at Halloween time. Trilogy. Tear always comes up, but has to. Yeah. I mean, the the funny thing about that movie. Dan, have you seen trilogy terror now? Oh, man. You got the funny thing about that movie? Is that nobody can remember the other two stories because it was trilogy of terror was three separate stories Dan Curtis wrote and directed at who was the guy who created dark shadows director, burnt offerings. Did a great version of Dracula with Jack plants for for TV? Assoc- closely associated with the horror genre, and he wrote and directed this. And Karen, black the great Karen black, isn't it? And she started in all three in there. Three separate stories. Nobody can remember the first to everybody remembers the third one third one has little voodoo doll that runs. Right. And it's it's scares the hell out of people still to this day. But it's so funny that that's the only one I vaguely remember the second. Maybe the second one involves a teacher who gets drugged. She plays like a teacher who gets drugged. I think. But I can't remember I don't remember. But everybody remembers that third story was the final story to of trilogy of terror. I remember watching that movie when it first came on TV scared the hell out of me that last last scene where she's on her knees. Waiting for mother to show up and reveal those teeth. Nightmare inducing. But yeah, that's out there. I think it's I think they they they put together a pretty good package for that one with with a bunch of extras and stuff and can commentary. But yeah, it's that's one of the legendary one of the legendary TV movies of all time because there was a made for TV movie. Yeah. I it's been available for a long time, and the hardest thing I remember when I was selling that. And that. Most stores did that know about it. And once they had it. Clerk's behind the counter would come in and say, can you recommend something? Yeah. And there's I'm the recommend something you probably haven't seen. Yeah. But no matter what you say you're going to be scared that last I've been telling you that voodoo doll things. It's it's it's conic every year when we talk about horror movies without a doubt listeners and people calling in always mentioned trilogy of terror. Always it's become a classic and a Halloween classic. And it's it's a lot of fun to watch. I mean, when I when I now I watch it now, and I it doesn't really scare me anymore because I've seen it nine thousand times. But I was a little kid. It wasn't so much that it wasn't so much. The Dow scare me because I thought the dowels cool running around. I thought he was it was Karen black at the end. That's the that's still creeps me out. It does that very final scene of her crouch down with the knife. I I remember just like completely freaking out when I first thought it's still creepy to this day. But yeah, that's out on DVD. Chuck says you send them a text that says I still remember the tagline of the TV preview, a Frankenstein versus the Wolfman. It said quote to cut ups meat and the countryside becomes cluttered with corpses. Well. Got to cut ups. All right. Yeah. I just remember seeing all of those movies on creature features and stuff and now Sven shows them on a regular basis. He he goes back to the universal classics not to I think the last one he showed why not mistaken? He did the Wolfman a couple of months back which is one of my favorites. So. All right. You know, what why don't we do another giveaway? Here. Sounds good. Okay. So we've got a universal classic monsters collection. Here. It is six classic. Universal movies. Dracula Frankenstein, the mummy the invisible man, bride of Frankenstein and the Wolfman with hours of extra features. Let's go with caller number five. Dan. All right, three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for this great collection of universal classic monster movies, caller, number five. We'll be our winner. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. All right. So now these have been available. Mean many re releases because I remember this package came out about a year ago. And but they've been available for years and on Blu Ray and on DVD. Well, right. And at one time they were available individually. Yes, and universal. Yeah. Which always puts together great packages realizes. Let's do something for the fans because of this collection is like classic movies sorta like Disney Disney releases every X amount of years church to a new generation, right? And they discover Disney classics if for the first time. Yeah, there are people, you know, it's like assuming everybody's seen ET know everybody's seen Star Wars. No. Their kids growing up now who you know who are going to see these movies for the first time. That's right. And the thing about about these movies about these university of movies made in the thirties and forties is that as you said. Earlier other timeless. Like, you could like you kids today could watch these movies. And I I would hope they wouldn't be discouraged. Because I know a lot of young kids are not like, maybe they're turned off by black and white movies and young people for some reason, don't like the black and white, but these movies hold up as well as they did when they were first made they're all like terrific, and it's a great introduction. The other thing is in every year when we start talking about Halloween horror, movies and stuff. A lot of the horror movies that people recommend are not appropriate for kids. And you know, the kids deserve to have a little scare, you know. But a lot of the movies like, I wouldn't recommend young kids watch the exorcist, even though I saw it when I was eight, but but I wouldn't recommend recommend that. But this these movies, they're they're they're creepy and scary, but they're they're not violent, or at least there's no blood and gore in them, right? And most of the scary stuff. You know, any of the violence stuff takes place offscreen. And they're they're not gory. There's no adult stuff in it, it these are the kind of movies. This is these Ken Lay the groundwork for your kids to get into into horror movies. That's how it happened with me. I started with these movies. I started with all the universal movies really young kid moved onto the hammer movies, and the hammer movies, basically, changed my life. At that point. When I saw what I saw when I saw the hammer movies, and and what they did with the same creatures, and what they did with Dracula, and what they did with Frankenstein. All that stuff blew my mind in the fact that Peter Cushing is in the hammer movies. Also, guys, my hero. But that's how you start with the classic universals. Oh, we have a winner. Call number five is Peter Peter. Welcome. Hi, good fan of the universal monster movies. Oh, yeah. They're great. The kidding. Yeah. Well, this package is this is a really good collection. Peter, I got it at home. Like, I said, it's the six classic movies Spanish version of Dracula. Awesome. And the tons of mentioned, it's interesting. You mention the Spanish version the female lead in that just died like two and a half years ago. And she was she was a hundred and seven right, right. Right. Right. I remember reading about that. But that's a really that. That version is really interesting. It's it's really interesting to see, you know, the differences in the way it's shot in the way, it's acted especially the way it's acted because the acting is entirely on a different level in the in the Spanish version, but it's it's really cool to watch those back to back, and that's that's in this collection as well. Peter. So congratulations, man. Thank you very much. All right. Hang on. There you go. There's peter. He's our winter. We've got one more collection to give away of the universal classic monsters. And we'll do that in a in a in a little bit. Jeff hang on. Okay. Yeah. We come back. Jeff going to tell us what's coming out. What are we looking forward to DVD Blu Ray releases? And again, we can answer some of your questions, and we got one more set of the universal monster movies to give away three one two nine eight one seven two hundred four talk and text and questions right here.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"There is some business news and equality coming out of Hollywood. I say that because I think most of that is bogus. Scarlett johansson? Fifteen million dollars. Yes, he's done it because Scarlett Johansson is going to play black widow in her own. It's going to be a special the special deal. Six movies is black widow. It's going to be her own. Yep. Yeah. Fifteen million dollar. She's she's making Leonardo Di Caprio money big money. She just bought a house outside New York City today. I'm going to say something right now that you're going to do incorrectly. Labeled a sexist or you could be just a complete bonehead like the caller ID say racist. Go ahead. The reason why she's making that kind of money, and I'm handing you the picture. Okay. Let me tell you who goes to see comic book movies. Dudes young dudes dudes nerd Deutz. Very attractive woman. She always high suit. That's why she's making fifteen million dollars, man. All man. Why do you have to go there because I'm right? Why do you have to go there? She was trained at Juilliard. Jeff. I'm sure she was she was trained by Ilya Kazan, whatever in New York. Where those pants. She's an actress. Widow in sweatpants. This is a role. Jeff, she has taken over black widow, and that is the fifth blogger missing my point. Like, I'm talking to a caller. No, no, no. I know where you're coming is she's making that kind of money because it's because it's going to be a big hit because dudes myself and my sons included. Won hers. Black widow in that outfit. If she weighed to fifty she would not have the job, nor be paid. Okay. Okay. Okay. I still widow is not Schindler's List. It's comic book stuff, but you still have to be a fine. Actress to attain. No, you have to be great at playing those action role. Yes. You do. I agree. Look, I think Ben Affleck was a great Batman. Scarlet very good black widow. But one of the reasons why people sit there and watch black widow is because she's hot in a tight outfit. You don't dig the stories you just stories, but it's dudes quit making us more complicated. Macbook dudes on top of that. We're not real complicated. Okay. All right. All right. Well, pardon. Your honesty. Part of the page. I look I think she's a very good actress she doesn't have to be a great actors to play black widow again, it's not Schindler's List. It's a role for a bunch of twelve fifteen to eighteen year old dudes and their dance Dr it out. But would you say fifteen million because a lot of us will go not only because of where comic book nerds because she's hot. But let me just point this out. Go ahead. What is the dot woman Gadot from Israel. Yeah. Who played wonder wonder woman, Jeannie, get fifteen million dollars. And she will next time. She wore outfits like corrected. She will next time. Is this a byproduct of metoo or just I don't know about that? I just know that it's a bunch of dudes watching move comic book movies. And if the women are hot, it makes more money, and we know what to say it. We don't we know that it's gonna make a ton of money. The first week we have that she's planning a bunch of action movie, she's attractive and athletic that the comic books. It'll be good. I'm admitted I'm nerd out to this. But let's don't make Schindler's List and gal gadoe will make that kind of money next time. She's great at it athletic as hell and super hot audience of dudes. Okay. That's all we need. Don't you think to fifty? She would not that much money. Don't you think there are some of your fellow feminist out there females that like to go to these types of movies too and nerd out over? Of action heroes. Okay. Would you like to come to the next one to count the number of women in the crowd? Would you like to hang out with a bunch of comic book nerds dressed up? If you were female, I like your alike. I like your kids. Questionable. But know. God go with you guys. Okay. And you look around the theater, you know, what you wouldn't see because it's a bunch of nerds. Okay. I know be okay. There's some, but it's pretty rare. Okay. Just wondering crowd. I mean, I don't know what else to tell you. I'm part of it. Pointing out that. He's wearing a tight suit in matters. That's not rocket science. Chris you're on. Hey, what's happening? I'm joey. I agree with you on that one. If she was ugly. She she she wouldn't even be up there. Nobody don't take a brain surgeon that out Chris come on. I'm green when I mean widow in account. I okay, I'm account. But she's a very interesting person. But they really haven't touched the character in the way, they really care. I mean, you really do have to do, you know? Jumpsuit and all that, and it is a part of black widows character sexuality. That's right. That's why as movies a big deal as part of his to sell a bunch of dudes like us and our comic book world that uses. Pretty nerdy. There's now some some sex appeal, and it's not all that common. So thank you for that. She's been a couple of vendors invaders, affinity war. Yes. She has good. Yeah. But don't go this Juilliard thing again. It's Jaffna I'm saying unless she had training as a fine actress, she wouldn't she'd be a she'd be down there wherever stock theater. A bird to the reason. I really caught. I I really think he's disingenuous when anybody in any office wants to break, let's say that employee number because those employment numbers really don't give an accurate view of what type of job the people have having the hours, they work because if you work at our at WalMart every week they're going to count to employed, you could have a PHD, electrical engineering and working at the high school, if discreet, but that doesn't mean that you're gainfully employed. He literally means nothing. It's nothing but spin, right? Look, I mean exactly, and that's not just exclusive to Trump. I mean, I remember when I remember hearing this often during the end of the Obama years when the economy was was improving and heating up one thing you hear all the time and talk radio. I heard this from countless people. Yeah. But it doesn't count the number of people that are actively looking now you can look at that number again, which again and talk radio was real popular to say that. But what they didn't realize is a lot of people didn't have to look for work because the market had been so good. Are able to retire. So there's there's stories within numbers of all sorts. It's just unfortunately, the American public is it's so into but kissing now that. They're gonna just just glum onto whatever. Good news there is and that's right it and adds, right? It used to be of gas prices went on toast. Yes. President he's another thing. Like, whatever with. Donald trump. Whatever things like this. If anybody actually wanted to say, something of no, they would say, hey, our American people all those jobs are leaving. They're gone. They're not coming back where we need to do is invest in getting the better educated to get the jobs that are here now, right? Right. Yeah. Chris that would not get you any votes. No. Of course, you're right. Of course. Of course. You're absolutely right. But you still have to acknowledge today. Biggest coal plant went bankrupt. Yes, exactly. It's not come in one thousand nine hundred seventy five can't turn it into the nineteen seventy five and it's a mistake to do San. There is no law that anybody could ever pass say, okay. We're bringing them all back. Bring them back all the coal jobs. Bring back will you could pass it. They would go bankrupt. Because people wouldn't want to pay the price. Go up ruby urine. KLBJ? I I would go see black widow because I go see all those people hero movies. I'm a black female black nerd, and also I would love to see that the the lady that played in man to do only because I thought. Oh, yeah. Oh my gosh. I don't know nothing about comment, but I didn't grow up reading them. But I really like that made. It's probably my favorite. Joe was it was really. Yeah. I could see us so many. It's not into that whole nerd out like the rest of us. It was well done. It was pretty cool. I I could see that. I agree. They're on. They're on the something though with this with these whole comic book stories, they're they're doing. Well. Yeah. They brought me in and night. Anything about him. The Paul Rudd. Was ant man wasn't. He. Yes. Oh my God. He is super awesome. Yeah. He was good to surprisingly good. I I didn't see that coming. Are you talking about Evangeline Lilly? Hope bad dine. All right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Is bad. See her. So you guys have a good day. You know, the next time I go to one of these movies. You never go. It will be the first time. I've never been to one of these at manner ventures or stuff and. Yeah. It's not fair to say that it was. Well, Batman really started it, but I got us ironman is what energized the whole genre. It was so cool. Robert. So well done the first one was just a cool movie. Yeah. Back in the batmans have been popular for a long time. But I my opinion is the first ironman, which really kind of jump started his, you know, reignited.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"You working on six movies this year eight, but could you try trying to catch up to Landau Caribbean appealing. Domino, you know. Can you talk with us. Coming soon. This month is going to be a romantic comedy, car, irreplaceable. You coming out starring Google bought the raw and Mikhael Huston and Christopher Walken, and it's going on that flicks February sixteen. You just trying to end Christopher Walken because he's a staple in New York. Walk. That's one that's one. Then I did a movie with viola Davis and and w Steve McQueen got Colin Farrell as well. And Daniel Khalil from get out Academy Award nominee who's one of my great friends. I'm so proud. I mean, he's gotta be friends, no scores my circle. So widows that comes out in the fall. Also did a movie with Taylor schilling call family, which becoming the south by south west. Then I'm doing why with McConnell, hey, you know, Jennifer, Jason, Leigh and bell Powell. Who's in the play? Yeah. Oh God. Something else. Hotel arguments which I did with my best friend. Sterling k. Brown. I wanted to. EMMY winner, you know, and even winner. Call each other the day when y'all both got nominated, right? Yeah, we did. We did. We like, I mean, he's my best friend like I love, and then you know, I was on his show and got an EMMY nomination because I decided to swagger jacket and you sang at his thing? Yeah, I did an original song. Let's say I'm just continually the more you're talking about these things in looking at this work on this us compared to Atlanta. You are such a versatile actor. Thank you like not a lot of people can do all of these different things. Is there one. Lesson or truth. You've come to find out when it comes to being able to be that I love after like, what is the secret? The only thing that has helped me Mun is like literally taken in life that's going on around you and having a Tommy damn life like it's just it's, it's, is this been a pleasure. You know, I was reading this quote from shonda rhimes. She's like, I'm not lucky SAMA. Bad ass. You know nothing. She its corner about not being lucky charms really hard..

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"sixth movie" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on Never Seen It

"And comes up with a plan to help the whale escape from the old candy factory Free Willy Wonka. God, I watch a lot of money. No one ever. This comes up before now like before and after comes up on jeopardy. You see some people who like Thuc and I'm like, yes. Willie, and then I was like Free Willy cider house rule. I knew it was Free Willy Wonka before you know that the kid in free Willie was a foster kid. So I was sort of done that. That was he goes to live with his aunt, no. I don't know. I don't know about the shit. Listen, this is my nightmare. Black swordfish. A young rapper struggling with every aspect of his life witnesses, a train crash at investigates, subsequent unexplained events in his small town. Eight, mild. Say it again, a young rapper, struggling with every aspect of his life witnesses, a train crash and investigates subsequent unexplained events in his small. Okay. Train crashes. I, I. I. Hurt Sunday millimeter shanty eight mile millimeter, eight mile millimeter. Super eight mile super. That movie. We all love the trailer. Yeah, that's. That's what my husband JJ made AT. I've never seen ET, but that's kind of how this is his e. A bunch of kids kind of working the good side. Good, good. Last one, two young artists fallen level, pursuing their dreams in Los Angeles, but as their successes grow, they grow unsure that they'll ever make it back to the legendary great valley and be reunited land before time before time. Clapping outside. That's a good one. Shout out. We have various readers who send in before and after. And so they send in the titles and I come up with the plot. Thank you. Title, John John Rosenberg. Eight miles his. So we thank you for that. The next game is called cattle call with this is I will tell you six movies that were turned down by the same actress, and you tell me what actress turned down these six moves. Okay. These are all big parts. It wasn't, you know. Leads you're in. You're in the position where you can turn something down. Right? That's kind of all right. Movie one, the dark Knight. The devil. Worst Prada. Casino royale mission, impossible, three silver, linings playbook. Okay. Get smart. Well, because I was gonna say Jennifer, Lawrence, that's hard shown does the hardest one of these do it again. Wait, sorry. So you can even start thinking about parts are dark Knight in bracing, Maggie Joel, jagged. Could the devil wears Prada and Hathaway. Right casino royale who have bond girl. Yeah. I mean, I'm going to be sex. Mine is going to be Julia Roberts. I know it's not right. No, it's too old. Gene for her cars UB no mission, impossible three, and then and then get some ours, both Jennifer Lawrence and get smart Marzan Hatheway again. So it's someone that's on their level. So that's why. Sown, but babe, babe, babe here is a insight to silver linings playbook. Jennifer. Lawrence was through the part was originally written for them. They thought she had to back out. So they went to try and cast this woman. And then Jennifer Lawrence was back in. And so it's not Amy. It's a the girl that girl, I forget the name. I know. I know if I tell you movies and he'll probably get Tom, we've already been us movie probably most known for mean girls. Oh, Lindsey, Lowe. Him. No..

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"sixth movie" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on Double Toasted

"All right. We can gross. Ninety three point nine after five weeks. And that's on a budget of one hundred seventy eight million dollars Sammy what's on. I mean this is on pace to be the number one mission impossible movie of all time. It's twenty two million away which it's only five weeks theaters, so it'll just be hanging around twenty. Two million is a lot to make. But at this point, a lot of are bundled together in terms of like how close they arts hundred ninety. Ninety, then it goes like to five to seven, and then whatever twenty two billion plus that is real numbers. So as as far as being one of the highest rated ones, it's probably on pace to be either at the top or very close to the top. Okay, franchise. I mean for six movies, that's a really good fucking job. Yeah, yeah, favor one. That's your favorite one though. Right? I've only seen the two. Oh, okay. I'm saying so of the two. It is. Yeah. Default, I actually finally saw this weekend and I really enjoyed my favorite. I think goes protocol and three. You're still my favorites, say that? Yeah, I didn't. I don't like Kenner chemicals and actor and like the really as the movie, I just he's fine and the action scenes and stuff, but the world he was playing studied no charisma, really thought he was actually really good news. I thought he was just planned like isn't everything. I don't think he's necessarily good in this, but I like him better in this that I haven't anything else. I'll sure. I mean, superman sure we're supposed to be vibrant and happy, but even man from uncle. He he was still sleeping that move. Yeah, that's boring fad. All right. Then hope for the next one, ten Thais growing gross growing, grossing movie worldwide. Those number eight domestically. So it's made a lot of, okay. I don't think hearing how it gives a fuck about what you fairly. Let's see here. Let's go to the next radio. What is the number three movie this weekend? Mourn, the happy time murders nut very happy. Dollars..

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"sixth movie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of Johnny Carson. Is on the, market as correspondent Angela Anderson reports the forty year old home has, stellar views of the ocean a guest house a gym and a pavilion California state that once belonged to Johnny Carson is being, sold for sixty five. Million dollars the, Malibu, home was built in nineteen seventy eight Carson, bought the estate in nineteen Eighty-four for nine and a half million dollars a day for. About twenty years the third band to host the tonight show, died in two thousand. Five at the age of seventy nine the home is currently owned by. Fashion mogul and film producer Sidney Kimmel and his wife Singer John. Mayer's Beverly Hills area home robbed and ransacked this weekend police say the thief came in through a bedroom window and took some pricey items including music watches and other stuff worth about two hundred thousand dollars mayor. Joins a list of celebrity burglary victims in the last year that list includes, Alanis Morissette EMMY, Rossum David Spade and former, LA Lakers Derek Fisher and Byron Scott actor Bryan Cranston heading back to Broadway he's going. To portray Howard Beale and the stage at daft. Tation of network the play is based on the nineteen Seventy-six movie directed by Sidney lumet Cranston has done the. Play before appeared network last year London's national theatre Bryan Bryan Cranston won a Tony award for his New. York stage debut as president Lyndon Johnson in all the way, back in, two thousand fourteen Rockabilly star Laurie Collins, died earlier this month in Reno Nevada.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wayne let's be honest John Wayne was one. Hundred and six movies Genghis Khan he played John what he was getting his in the movie the funniest thing I ever saw in my life but, in, every other movie, John? Wayne plays John. Wayne k now, I really want to see the gangs jobs, directly bad even when he does like cop movies. Like, McEwen Branagan, right he's still challenged John Wayne movies people say that about clinics without they go what movie, was where he. Wasn't playing Clint Eastwood well I mean there's And I get that, I I love Clint Eastwood yeah I mean like. Get, off my, lawn That's that's. The that's that's a Clint Eastwood line right it's a. Dirty Harry lie but that's also me he did a great job? Of acting in that movie so where. Would you throw a guy. Like him Clint Eastwood who again and it can't be award. Winner, he knows how to act I think at the end he was. At the Andrews nectar yeah I think he was a. Movie? Star, for most. Of, his, career he went to Italy. To make. Movies on the cheap right Sergio Leone movie yes yes spaghetti. Westerns if you, will I will I think I think Clint. Eastwood near the still with us thank, the Lord, but I think now. People, look at them it's. Like. An actor, and a director awful decisions What Because he he made that. Movie it's a wonderful story about the Americans who who toward a, d the terrorist on the. Train, oh, yeah. Yeah and he chose to use the actual people that did. It there is an interesting choice then, hired I know after I know that was a strange choice didn't necessarily pay. Off? Right I mean I think he's what's been sitting around with friends Having an after dinner drink. For forty years going next. Time there's, a story like that we shouldn't even get actors Right now here's, the most important question in..

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"sixth movie" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Dark yes anyway i would love to veto someday i mean it's only six movies right smooch e duplex and hoffa way matilda matilda some good movies in there the ratings game is a tv movie so i forget that yeah yeah so throw from the chain train worthy roses hoffa mathilde deaths bitchy duplex so is there a remake strangers on a train yes with moran ramsey number four is a kids film about a robot from a better rub it is it short circuit you're on the right track shortcircuit dote it's a kitchen about a rubber isn't this about a robot i don't know it's not batteries on cluded it is that's about little middle aliens written by brad bird among other people my goodness never talk about that movie ever again on this so that opens to three million dollars so i guess that wasn't a hit not a huge hat no okay it wasn't number five is one of the another oscar player when a big movie the year one in oscar after mentioned we just mentioned wall street so how do you do that that was fast it's weird to hear it not with the ding known just like happening in real life and not in my thing myself in my head otherwise i feel badly dourson rush trains and automobiles which is a great movie we all love massa overboard right so key should have one fucking best actor this year nineteen seventy michael douglas who won it junk john candy should have won best lead actor nineteen well michael douglas one fatal attraction this year.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That the song was about abortion that the mysterious object thrown off the bridge must have been a baby or a fetus people were still talking about it even a decade later a nineteen seventy six movie about the song played up the mystery what the saw demands her job the mother will show you run was bay bobby gentry's owed to billy joe smell movie they bailing zooming analyst ijambo mmma angie let me gentry didn't write the screenplay to the movie however she had had a conversation with the writer and according to him he had free rein about how to interpret the mysteries that are embedded into the song into the movie version the direction the he chose to take it in as that billy joe mcallister had some kind of drunken homosexual encounter with the man and that that was a big part of the reason why billy joe mcallister jumped off the tallahassee bridge which completely shocked fans so there were some bad bobby there's no shortage of interpretations and even the movie wasn't the definitive answer it promised to be naturally it was the question that bobby gentry was asked almost every time she was interviewed her response here she is in a dvd bonus feature from the movie a lot of people that vote sych was struggle and of course had wanted to know what was thrown off to greek merchant they seemed to be that that was the message or the story that i was trying to town actually this story pointed out we particular way fact people here in the south the deal with the very real things in life birth and death blamed tragedy in great joy i i think it's peculiar to section while the meaning of the song was a mystery when it came out its popularity was playing its day it bumped the beatles all you need is love from the number one spot on the billboard charts and stayed at number one for four weeks and what made that morris vanishing was that bobby gentry was an unknown 23yearold from mississippi the single was originally released as a one off but due to the song success bobby gentry was rushed into the studio to record more material to fill out an album.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Saturday will you out and about all right let's see what else um okay so i guess she met john ham when he hosted kosice hosted snl yes several times yes and the john him john yes the conjugate west concert shoes at his data economy west concert last september aniston garden well how his shuki lincoln's around when did she goma she was gripped nor room was she with chris chris north not well nafee couple years the crowd north and you just want to say north bsa knock now listen to this problems are now the idea of having an affair with ben soon after she had a kid is disgusting the she's and here's what someone said about bans sororities working really hard it's steaming healthy i hope so for him so he struggled with that yeah all right we'll radar also had a story the jennifer garner i discovered benz affair was shook us when a high end jewelry boutique their house to inquire about a beverages is about a purchase and this same plotline within in the nineteen eighty six movie heartburn which number ladders euro with meryl streep jack nicholson about the breakup of nora ephron marriage but it sounds like it could happen ya the not not carrie fisher's i was thinking of the other one but heartburn which is about near nor africans his asia carl bernstein seeing way and that's how she found about the fair when the january that happened in love actually now yes you know me she sees and find the julius caesar husband who passed away the guy that passed away you out his whole full number two the jeweler call me at all no you don't know that that dan hallin is a g to that they don't go to a regular jeweler and that they just had it because he went winding not one denounced week goes in and says i want to get this and then he calls the home 'cause you sir him buying for his wife i gotcha dnc out that would happen it's it's like a an amateur mistake because he's juggling so so many lies he forgot the most obvious one this is always that we had happened caller it's all it's classic she's got now about this on thirty skains economic as to think about it he.

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"sixth movie" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"sixth movie" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"And within two months a deal was made that deal is for six movies three in the marvel universe and three spiderman films each of the spiderman films will get a major involvement from a marvel character in this case iron man but each of the future movies could also have one big player so you mean by three the marvel universe thoughts the on the disney side clues one feels like it's marvels unomig universe right of saying three avengers films ocha basically although i think the first of those with civil war and then three solo spiderman films so the way it is in case you're wondering who made watts sony has full creative control sony does the distribution sony does the marketing sony gets final cuts and approves decisions but marvels studio produces kevin feige he and amy pascal coproduce the phil and amy because of the sony hacked did get demoted she is no longer head of columbia pictures and so the big question is the new studio heads whence this six movies happens will they continue the deal or are they going to go off on their own a gift to be continued and 2030 member the get around huambo oh twenty twenty one because we'll talk about that at the end of the show what's coming up for spidey it's going to be fast but it's quite a change from what we did have when sony was created their own spider verse you know i went into this one yeah the first.

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