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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:03 min | 1 d ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Mike, that's stupid. All right, let's take a break right here. Now let's take a break right here. Terrence winner is coming out here on the rich eisen show 8 four four two O four rich is the number to dial here on the program can not wait to talk Tulsa king in so much more with this man coming up next. You saw a great clip from Tulsa king starring Sylvester Stallone who was on a couple weeks ago. We just said goodbye a couple of days ago to Andrea savage. We love this show and terrance winner the showrunner of the program is here on so obviously Taylor Sheridan is the Yellowstone man of the moment in television. He reached out to you and said, let's get this idea Tulsa can. Yeah, we share the same agent in about I guess a year and a half ago my agent called me and said, hey, everybody interesting situation. Taylor Sheridan wrote a pilot like over a weekend, apparently. Told me the premise, older guy goes out to Kansas City, sent to the Kansas City mobster. Sylvester Stallone is attached. Taylor suggested you to take this over because he can't possibly do it. Is this something you'd be interested in? I said, well, Taylor shared and said, I just don't know. Let me think about it for a second. I was like, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah, when do I start? He's like, great, I'm going to put you on a Zoom with Taylor. We zoomed. We talked. I read the pilot, I thought it was great. I said, I do have a couple of ideas. I pitched them what they were. He said, great, go take it wrong with this. Your baby, I have visitation rights and see you later. And I went off and did it, and actually only met Taylor one time. Once in the zoom and once in person, a week before he started shooting, and that was it and then off you go. Yeah, he just, you know, we went out and took me to dinner and was like, good luck. We left. If you go to here we go. I was literally on my way to Oklahoma when I stopped in Arizona to meet him and then continued on to Oklahoma to shoot the show. So what do you think works for you when you're writing something about a mobster who's got a dark side, but also a humorous side? And it's amazing that you also work with Scorsese for Wolf of Wall Street because that seems to be always on the edge of violence, darkness, but humor comedy same time.

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:34 min | 3 d ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Here in studio just saw a clip of Tulsa king. How wild is it for you to be in scenes and working with Sylvester Stallone? Well, you know me. I come from comedy. So this has been like a real left turn. Suddenly, you know, you have those like out of body moments where I'm sitting in Oklahoma, gazing into Sylvester Stallone. With a gun in my waist band going, how did I get here? It was awesome. It was great. Yeah. I mean, I could only imagine. I mean, when he came on, I asked him more about rocky than Tulsa king to be very honest with you. Did you ask him about me? Can you check the transfer? Yeah, check the tapes. It's just gonna take a minute. Oh no, we did. It was Audi referred to as Adrian, though. It was really strange. Oh, did he put yo in front of it? They did. I get what's happening here. But he referred to me as Burgess. Which really threw me. Yeah, no. You know? Sometimes you have to slap him across the face and snap him out of it. You know what I mean? It's like it's not 1976 anymore, sly. But I had to be less aggressive. Smack. Yeah. Yeah. But I did ask him about it like a lot. By the way, he loves to talk about rocky. Why wouldn't he, right? Why wouldn't he? It's an amazing movie. Although I do think I may have offended him because somebody was wearing a sweatshirt that was referring to the gym from rocky. I've seen rocky ones. I loved it, but it was a long time ago. Sure. And he was like, oh, nice sweatshirt or whatever. And I was like, what's so great about that sweatshirt? And he goes, really? Seriously? And I was like, oh, is this rocky? Immediately knew. And I was like, oh, sorry. And he was like, sorry. I would not want to be on the business end of Sylvester Stallone looking at me with the words, really? Seriously? Yeah. That would not throw me. It's real me. Yeah. By the way, the clip that we showed, the scene right after that is the first time I ever met him. We'd never met until we got on set together. The scene in which you were revolted by how old he is? No, God. Thank God. No, that was, that was like the second date we'd ever worked. And I was like, oh, I'm about to look at him and be like, you're how old? Ew. No, where I walk up to him and I basically proposition him. And be like, hey, you want to go back to your hotel room? And we had never met until that moment. And I was like, what's about to happen? There was a tornado warning in Oklahoma that morning. I was told to get in my bathtub and put a mattress over my head, which I didn't do. And now I'm looking Sylvester Sloane and you know, having to proposition, it was just wild. Well, it's a great show. It really is. It obviously to be part of something we're having Terrence winter in coming in shortly. It's fantastic. And Taylor Sheridan over, I mean, that's what you want to be. You want to be involved in that right now. I have to say, I'm really, I'm really excited. I wanted to do something very different than the show that you also star in starred in calling. And our show that we started together. It was our show. You including me in that. The classic franchise. Careful. Forget that we can't. I know. It's all right. Isn't there a delay or something? We'll see. Now there will be in about 5 minutes. Okay. Can we name it after me? Yes, we can. Can we get a delay and call it the Andrea savage? 6 second delay?

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Any of that. Photoshop has introduced a bunch of automatic filters recently. It's trying to help people make their stuff better without requiring a huge amount of repetitive work. And if you've ever spent what feels like a thousand hours carefully masking around a part of your image, just so you can edit it. It's definitely good news that you can now just click on the tennis ball you're trying to remove and poof. It's gone. You can immaculately apply color to a black and white photograph, or you can just touch the button and it makes a color. I mean, why would you not do that? And then make final edits and changes. Adobe is also starting to really lean into generative AI. The tools that you can use to not just edit your photos and art, but actually create stuff from scratch. What if the future of Photoshop is just like a text box, you type what you want, the AI creates it, and then you apply the edits you wanted. The whole text box thing is probably a bit much, but that idea, I think, is actually where Scott and Adobe are headed. I think that's right. And I think if you look at our tools into the future, they will all be AI assisted tools. But at the end of the day, the creative control resides with the person. And the AI is really their co-pilot. It's working for them layer by layer by layer or suggestion by suggestion. And the creatives will either take it or leave it. It will make them feel more productive. This sounds right to me in a lot of ways. And also sounds messy and complicated in a thousand ways we haven't even gotten into yet. Generative AI art generative AI in general is going to change things in bigger ways than I think we even realize. So actually, let's leave Scott and Photoshop and Adobe for now, and let's get into that. We're going to take a quick break and then we're going to dive into the weeds of all things generative AI. We'll be right back. The new original series Tulsa king now streaming exclusively on paramount plus. When I was 17, I wanted to be a gangster. Starring Academy Award nominee Sylvester Stallone and his first streaming series. I married this life, and now after keeping my mouth shut. I'm gonna see if it married me back. Pulse, I want you to go there. Serious? From Taylor Sheridan co creator of Yellowstone and Terence winter, executive producer of The Sopranos. What's in mafia, capo. Doing in Tulsa. Maybe I know what he got three fan. Is this a robbery? A partner.

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WTOP

"He's now is the new season begins with back to back episodes on Sunday Night. He has become governor of Montana, not a very happy politician. He doesn't really want to be in the state House, but he figures, this would be the best way to save his ranch, which is what the whole show is about. And he says, I am not progress. I am the wall upon which progress crashes. He is not looking to invite an investor from outside. He doesn't want the elites to be building casinos on his property. So he's going to use his power to basically do for himself, I suppose. That's what the whole show is about. And also about the family that fights within itself. The dutton family is about as dysfunctional as the ewings were back in the days when Dallas was a big hit show. And to me, this feels like this show has always felt like an R rated Dallas where they could swear like sailors and do all kinds of other kind of nonsense. But it's very adult. And I'll tell you what, his chief of staff is played by his daughter Beth. And that has been Kelly Reilly, who is one of the best Spitfires I've ever seen on TV. So her power moves are like astonishing. But you also have stuff back on the ranch too to remind you that it is a modern western, like you said. So Yellowstone kind of hits all those buttons and into the huge hit show for paramount network. It is. And I'm among those really looking forward to it. Awesome. Well, let's stick with Yellowstone's creator. Taylor Sheridan, he has another show premiering tomorrow with another very big star. Yeah, this guy could really attract talent. But now he's got Sylvester Stallone coming to TV in his first major TV role. He's playing the Tulsa king begins Sunday Night on paramount plus, so it's a streaming show, but he's a mobster who gets out of prison after 25 years. He's been a good soldier, but his only reward is to be sent to Tulsa in Oklahoma as he's a fish out of water trying to start a new criminal operation. He gets his hands dirty with a local pot dispensary. But here's this guy with like old school and he doesn't even have an iPhone. So he's a real fish out of water, but it is a fun role for him and really, so this flows quite good in this. It's played more humorously than dramatically. So I think that will also appeal to people, but Tulsa king begins on paramount plus on Sunday. Can we wrap up things with some seasonal offerings? Yeah, big deal. There are a lot of holiday movies out there now, but there are two big ones that are coming on Wednesday, Disney+ gives us the Santa clauses, which is a sequel, a series sequel to the Tim Allen franchise about becoming Santa Claus. Now he's looking for a replacement. And on Thursday, HBO Max gives us a Christmas story Christmas. The follow up to the classic Christmas story movie that airs all over the place during Christmas time that Ralphie is now grown up, goes back to Indiana with his hometown. So it was nostalgic then. It's nostalgic now, but you take these franchises, that's how TV works. That's TV guides Matt rauch coming up on WTO P, the terps and navy lose, while the commanders are getting ready for Monday football, it is 5 13. Hey ladies ready to order appetizers? I don't think I should. I'm trying to cut back on spending lately. Didn't you download that upside app I told you about? The one that gets you cash back, huh

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WTOP

"Temperatures on Monday will be in the mid to upper 40s and that's about it. Dry conditions with sunny skies on Monday. I'm storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore. Well, we're starting to see a little bit of that cool down, 60 at fort belvoir 65 foggy bottom 65 in Silver Spring. Now 8 40 at WTO P. Yellowstone Yellowstone starts its 5th season Sunday Night, the show has revived the old western. It begins with Kevin Costner's character winning an election. TV guides Matt rauch spoke to our San Diego zell. He's now is the new season begins with back to back episodes on Sunday Night. He has become governor of Montana. Not a very happy politician. He doesn't really want to be in the state House, but he figures this would be the best way to save his ranch, which is what the whole show is about. And he says, I am not progress. I am the wall upon which progress crashes. He is not looking to invite investors from outside. He doesn't want the elites to be building casinos on his property. So he's going to use his power to basically do for himself, I suppose. That's what the whole show is about. And also about the family that fights within itself. The dutton family is about as dysfunctional as the ewings were back in the days when Dallas was a big hit show. And to me, this feels like this show has always felt like an R rated Dallas where they could swear like sailors and do all kinds of other kind of nonsense. But it's very adult. And I tell you what, his chief of staff is played by his daughter, and that is Kelly Reilly, who is one of the best Spitfires I've ever seen on TV. So her power moves are like astonishing. But you also have stuff back on the ranch too to remind you that it is a modern western, like you said. So Yellowstone kind of hits all those buttons and into the huge hit show for paramount network. It is. And I'm among those really looking forward to it. Awesome. Well, let's stick with Yellowstone's creator. Taylor Sheridan, he has another show premiering tomorrow with another very big star. Yeah, this guy can really attract talent. But now he's got Sylvester Stallone coming to TV in his first major TV role. He's playing the Tulsa king begins Sunday Night on paramount plus, so it's a streaming show, but he's a mobster who gets out of prison after 25 years. He's been a good soldier, but his only reward is to be sent to Tulsa in Oklahoma as he's a fish out of water trying to start a new criminal operation. He gets his hands dirty with a local pot dispensary. But here's this guy with like old school and he doesn't even have an iPhone. So he's a real fish out of water, but it is a fun role for him and really, so this flows quite good in this. It's played more humorously than dramatically. So I think that will also appeal to people, but Tulsa king begins on paramount plus on Sunday. Can we wrap up things with some seasonal offerings? Yeah, big deal. A lot of holiday movies out there now, but there are two big ones that are coming on Wednesday, Disney+ gets the Santa clauses, which is a sequel, a series sequel to the Tim Allen franchise about becoming Santa Claus. Now he's looking for a replacement. And on Thursday, HBO Max gives us a Christmas story Christmas. A follow up to the classic Christmas story movie that airs all over the place during Christmas time that Ralphie is now grown up, goes back to Indiana with his hometown, so it was nostalgic then its nostalgic now. TV guides Matt rauch, coming up on WTO, sports with Diane Roberts show rundown all of the college football scores from this afternoon. WTO news time is 8 43. We've been together for 30 years. 35. 35 years together. And never an argument. Oh, we fight a lot. Is that we couldn't settle. But we finally agreed on cannabis of all things. Our Friends had had a good experience with it, so we decided to give it a shot. And we both agreed we didn't want to go sit in some doctor's office with a bunch of masked strangers waiting for a medical cannabis card. We did. So we went to very hill dot com. And qualified online for our medical cannabis cards

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WTOP

"Is the new season begins with back to back episodes on Sunday Night. He has become governor of Montana. You're not a very happy politician. He doesn't really want to be in the state House, but he figures, this would be the best way to save his ranch, which is what the whole show is about. And he says, I am not progress. I am the wall upon which progress crashes. He is not looking to invite an investor from outside. He doesn't want the elites to be building casinos on his property. So he's going to use his power to basically do for himself. I suppose that's what the whole show is about. And also about the family that fights within itself. The dutton family is about as dysfunctional as the ewings were back in the days when Dallas was a big hit show. And to me, this feels like this show has always felt like an R rated Dallas where they could swear like sailors and do all kinds of other kind of nonsense. But it's very adult. And I tell you what, his chief of staff is played by his daughter Beth, and that is Kelly Reilly, who is one of the best Spitfires I've ever seen on TV. So her power moves are astonishing. But you also have stuff back on the ranch too to remind you that it is a modern western, like you said. So Yellowstone kind of hits all those buttons and into the huge hit show for paramount network. It is. And I'm among those really looking forward to it. Awesome. Well, let's stick with Yellowstone's creator. Taylor Sheridan, he has another show premiering tomorrow with another very big star. Yeah, this guy can really attract talent. One of the spin offs coming from Yellowstone has Helen Mirren in Paris and Ford and her for cran out loud. But now he's got Sylvester Stallone coming to TV in his first major TV role. He's playing the Tulsa king begins Sunday Night on paramount plus, so it's a streaming show, but he's a mobster who gets out of prison after 25 years. He's been a good soldier, but his only reward is to be sent to Tulsa in Oklahoma as he's a fish out of water, trying to start a new criminal operation. He gets his hands dirty with a local pot dispensary. But here's this guy with like old school and he doesn't even have an iPhone and all this kind of stuff so he's a real fish out of water. He's culturally fish out of water, but it is a fun role for him and really so this just flows quite good in this. It's played more humorously than dramatically. So I think that will also appeal to people, but Tulsa king begins on paramount plus on Sunday. Okay, and quickly Matt can we wrap up things with some seasonal offerings? Yeah, big deal. A lot of holiday movies out there now, but there are two big ones that are coming on Wednesday, Disney+ gives us the Santa clauses, which is a sequel, a series sequel to the Tim Allen franchise about becoming Santa Claus. Now he's looking for a replacement. And on Thursday, HBO Max gives us a Christmas story Christmas. A follow-up to the classic Christmas story movie that airs all over the place during Christmas time that Ralphie is now grown up, goes back to Indiana with his hometown, so it was nostalgic, then its nostalgic now. TV guide, smack rauch

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WTOP

"Paramount network, TV guides Matt rouse joins us to talk about it and Matt right after an election. Here we find out that Kevin Costner's character has won an election. Yeah, he's now as the new season begins with back to back episodes on Sunday Night. He has become governor of Montana, not a very happy politician. He doesn't really want to be in the state House, but he figures, this would be the best way to save his ranch, which is what the whole show is about. And he says, I am not progress. I am the wall upon which progress crashes. He is not looking to invite an investor from outside. He doesn't want the elites to be building casinos on his property. So he's going to use his power to basically do for himself, I suppose. That's what the whole show is about. And also about the family that fights within itself. The dutton family is about as dysfunctional as the Ewing's were back in the days when Dallas was a big hit show. And to me, this feels like this show is always felt like an R rated Dallas where they could swear like sailors and do all kinds of other kind of nonsense. But it's very adult. And I'll tell you what, his chief of staff is played by his daughter Beth, and that has been Kelly Reilly, who is one of the best Spitfires I've ever seen on TV. So her power moves are like astonishing. But you also have stuff back on the ranch too to remind you that it is a modern western, like you said. So Yellowstone kind of hits all those buttons and into the huge hit show for paramount network. It is. And I'm among those really looking forward to it. Awesome. Well, let's stick with Yellowstone's creator Taylor Sheridan. He has another show premiering tomorrow with another very big star. Yeah, this guy can really attract talent. One of the spin offs coming from Yellowstone has Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford and of her crying out loud. And now he's got Sylvester Stallone coming to TV in his first major TV role. He's playing the Tulsa king begins Sunday Night on paramount plus, so it's a streaming show, but he's a mobster who gets out of prison after 25 years. He's been a good soldier, but his only reward is to be sent to Tulsa in Oklahoma as he's a fish out of water, trying to start a new criminal operation. He gets his hands dirty with a local pot dispensary. But here's this guy with like old school and he doesn't even have an iPhone and all this kind of stuff so he's a real fish out of water. He's culturally fish out of water, but it is a fun role for him and really, so this just flows quite good in this. It's played more humorously than dramatically. So I think that will also appeal to people, but Tulsa king begins on paramount plus on Sunday. Okay, and quickly, man, can we wrap up things with some seasonal offerings? Yeah, big deal. A lot of holiday movies out there now, but there are two big ones that are coming on Wednesday, Disney+ gives us the Santa clauses, which is a sequel, a series sequel to the Tim Allen franchise about becoming Santa Claus. Now he's looking for a replacement. And on Thursday, HBO Max gives us a Christmas story Christmas. A follow-up to the classic Christmas story movie that airs all over the place during Christmas time, that Ralphie is now grown up, goes back to Indiana with his hometown. So it was nostalgic then. It's nostalgic now, but you take these franchises, that's how TV works, man. Okay, something to look forward to. A lot to look forward to in fact. Thank you, man. TV guides Matt rauch. Don't wait

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Sylvester Stallone Is Sporting a Bad Toupe in 'Tulsa King'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | Last month

Sylvester Stallone Is Sporting a Bad Toupe in 'Tulsa King'

"I saw a trailer for the TV show Tulsa king. Starring Sylvester Stallone. A Tyler, I'm sorry, Taylor, Sheridan production. Taylor shouting is the man. I mean, we're talking king a mayor of Kingstown, Yellowstone, 1883, the last cowboy, the movies, hell or high water, Sicario, wind river, this guy, I mean, he writes while you sleep, he writes while you shit. This guy is so prodigious. But I saw the trailer. And I gotta tell you. I'm bothered by something. I can't wait to see Sylvester Stallone in a TV series, but I can't take the toupee. I can't take the plastered on toupee. It's just, it's just too much. It's too much. It's bothering me. And you know what? I have to confess. I haven't said anything for a long time. Because of my relationship with him, okay? We're Friends. But can you imagine having to do all that shit with your hair? Before the director calls action, when is the last time we saw an old actor age gracefully? Really? Like in the old days, Paul Newman would age gracefully. Robert Redford. I mean, there's so many actors in the 70s and 80s, and even the 90s who didn't go for the tube.

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

04:58 min | Last month

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"The writing, I am in love with the writing. Taylor Sheridan. I think does a fantastic job with the writing and the script and it's beautifully done the cinematography is beautiful. It's gorgeous. It's like it's everything that I wanted in a show. And I love the characters too. So, okay, so there's the character and her name is Beth. And she is like this badass woman. She is a huge badass, she absolutely kills it. She's kind of a bitch, but it's fine. I love her. I love her for it. But she's like, she's just got this grit to her, and she's got like, she's basically kind of like everything. That I wish I was. She really is. She's like, I really resonate with her character a lot. Just like her attitude, her whole sort of like all of her body language, the way she like, everything down to the costume design, like the way that she dresses, the way that she talks, the way that she just doesn't give a shit and we'll just go for it. And I love it. I absolutely love this character. I fell in love with this character. And I was like, that's me. That's who I want to be. That's me. And ironically enough, it was so funny when we watched when I watched the first couple episodes. So I watched the first couple episodes with my mom and yeah, just fell in love with it. Fell in love with Beth dutton, loved it, absolutely loved her. Immediately from the first couple of scenes that she was in, I was just like, yes, I'm totally in. I'm all into this show. Let's do it. Let's go. And she's my character. She's the one that I resonate the most with. She's who I want to be. She's like, who I emulate sometimes not meaning to, but I definitely do see that in myself sometimes. But she's just this strong, beautiful, Gritty, intelligent, like she's just, she's so just like, oh, I just love her character so much. And it was really funny because after I watched the first couple episodes with my mom, I took the show, I took the show and I took it home and I showed my husband and

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

07:03 min | 5 months ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Vergecast

"And now Netflix has both, which means it's going to have a bunch of deals that exist on Netflix that literally do not apply and aren't actually prohibited from the ad supported side of Netflix, which is hilarious. And all of this is backwards and bonkers. But what it means is that there's going to be a bunch of stuff on Netflix that doesn't work on Netflix ad supported. But Ted sarandos is basically like, we don't care. Netflix originals are good. People will pay $5 a month or whatever it ends up costing. They don't care. A lot of their biggest their heaviest hitters are already gone from the service, right? Like Friends, the office are both now on peacock, which are really shaking in their boots over marvel's gone. They lost all of those grays anatomy was a huge one for them. All of those CW shows, Riverdale, all American, those shows do monster traffic for Netflix. And now that CW is breaking apart because of the Warner, the Warner discovery deal and CW is owned by paramount and Warner Brothers. They're losing a lot of these shows. They were going to lose them anyway. So again, they can say, oh yeah, we're good enough. I don't know if they actually are. I think we just haven't seen enough numbers there. You don't think the add tier will just be free. No, they're going to charge for the ad tier. They've made that clear. They haven't said how much they're going to charge, but they're definitely going to charge for the ad tier. And then it's 5 bucks. Yeah, it'll be fine. That's what everybody else is the amount that you just, it's the most you can spend before it feels like money, I think, to a lot of people. Yeah, that's like 4.99 a month. It's like, this is what Apple figured out with Apple arcade. It's just like, okay. And I do think it's true that people mostly go to Netflix to watch Netflix stuff. Also, I just went to Netflix's top ten page, which is top ten Netflix dot com, and it's always fascinating. Have either of you heard of the movie called the sea beast? Yes. No. It's the number one movie on Netflix. It's for little kids. I have never in my life until this minute heard of the movie the same piece. And it's the number one movie on Netflix if you could just send us a plot summary of the CBC can tweet it at Lee MA streams on Twitter or producer. He'll pass along. But yeah, yeah, I think Netflix actually has a lot of problems because they aren't really good at creating those big followings for their shows. Apart from stuff like Bridgerton, Stranger Things. Yeah, it has a few of them. But not a few of them. But every time they talk about like, oh yeah, we have the biggest movie in the country. Who do you know talking is talking about the gray man? Right. Who talked about bright after bright came out besides Ted sarandos, who was like, this is the best. I talked about bright a lot because bright was ridiculous. It was trash. That's how people talked about it. Like bird box I think was probably the last one that really kind of hit the public consciousness in a way. So Netflix is still struggling there. Well, and this is why gray man is so interesting because it's like Netflix has made pretty clear from the beginning that it sees gray man as like a marvel sized cinematic universe. It's going to get to do lots of stuff with. Directors involved. Yes, there is a brothers. They spent like $200 million on the movie. There's a bunch of books I've read them all the first 6 are great and then they're awful. Does it feel like that's my recommendation? No, it's much more like Jason Bourne. I would say. So I can see how they'd make a few of these, but I'm not sure I see a gigantic cinematic universe. And also I haven't seen the up with the reviews or not good. Well, we've seen them do this again and again, where they chase these franchises because they know everybody knows they need franchises. Paramount's entire business is built on Taylor Sheridan in Star Trek. That's their whole business. Peacock is like, we got friends. Don't you love friends, come watch friends, Disney+ has all of pop culture. Netflix doesn't have these big pop culture zeita guys moments apart from Stranger Things. Squid Game. They've got Squid Game. They definitely have a few of them. Their strategy has been for the longest time, right? The studios looked at Netflix is like their last stop for money. They would go to theaters and they would go to TV and they would syndicate and then Netflix had the rest, right? So Netflix is like strategy from the beginning. It was just like quantity. We're just going to buy everything. And then for a minute after they were done with that, their strategy was just quantity of showrunners. So every showrunner in Hollywood just like got a Netflix deal. Love this for them. And like Netflix was like, no notes, just go nuts, right? Shonda Rhimes had the time of your life. And now it's like this strategy has to shift to quality. In a way that I don't think Netflix is unable to do, but if you just look at where they have been, like, the middle three episodes of every Netflix show or basically designed for you to look at your phone while you watch them. Whatever as long as you're watching Netflix, you're not doing anything else. And they've said this a lot before, right? Reed Hastings has been like, our true competition is Fortnite. Because if you're playing Fortnite and you're not watching Netflix. And sleep. In sleep. Yeah. And so now they're like, oh, our competition is like Apple TV plus, our conversations at HBO Max. All these things that will, I mean, I'm not saying like atrium X has the best catalog, but it's a superior catalog. Yeah. Because it's a lot of stuff that was made for HBO. Right. Throughout the years. Also the show head of the class, which is one of the weirdest AD shows. Every time we talk about it. It's just like crazy. There's an upcoming book about YouTube. It's very good. When it comes out, we'll have the author on the other show that I'm not allowed to mention on this show. Decoder. We have another show. Dakota. But I'm reading it in like the professor from head of the class is like a key character in the story of YouTube. This is like a real thing. And so now it's just like head of the classes everywhere. You know like when you're shopping for a car, you see that model of car, like everywhere. I'm like head of the classes everywhere. It's happening, man. It's your moment. But if you're Netflix in that moment, you're like, okay, we've got Stranger Things and we can hold that up against what's the new Game of Thrones show? The house of the dragon. House of the dragon. HBO's like good at all of this multichannel event marketing ratio has always been known for. We can hold it up against Westworld. We can hold it up against the last season of Ted Las, which Apple is going to go all out on because it's the last season of Ted Lasso. And Netflix just hasn't been in that mode. They've been in the Tiger king as a viral sensation and everyone's watching it and we didn't do anything to make it happen. And I think they just have to shift into Hollywood mode in a way that I think is very different for them. It's also really hard. Part of what that requires is knowing what's going to be a hit before it's a hit. And Netflix is historically very good. I think Netflix is actually really bad about that. And I want to come back to paramount plus because I do think paramount plus is like a sneaky competitor here, especially with the Taylor Sheridan machine. This is a huge Yellowstone is a huge franchise. I'm Googling Taylor Sheridan. Taylor Sheridan did Sicario. He's like a sad cowboy. Yeah. He was in he was a writer and also on the show Sons of Anarchy. And then he did Sicario. Again, the common thread here is characters who can be described as sad cowboys.

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on KOMO

"That's ABC's Gio bonitas We turn now to a television series that's proved quite popular in Seattle Mark Christopher has details If there's one story that got a lot of attention here in this past week it has to be about the television series Yellowstone The Yellowstone universe just keeps getting better and bigger As you look at numbers around the greater Seattle area and a puget sound region in fact the state of Washington a very high viewership of the success of this program now completing four seasons As you might have heard on social media and here on northwest news in recent days it was announced season 5 as a go Filming began on Monday may 16th in Montana Right now creator and writer Taylor Sheridan's predicting around November 13th for the release on paramount plus weather permitting As last season during filming in Montana they were delayed by many winter storms Hollywood heavyweights Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford by the way have now been announced to star in the next chapter in the Duff and Sega paramount plus announcing as of Tuesday this past week The series has been working a title of 1932 It's set to begin streaming in December The next Yellowstone origin story will introduce a new generation of the dutton family and explore the early 20th century when pandemics historic drought the end of prohibition and The Great Depression all plagued the mounted west and the dunton family who call it home And this comes on the heels of 1883 which starred Tim McGraw Faith Hill and Sam Elliott The one off prequel holds the distinction by the way of the most watched title ever on paramount plus Taylor Sheridan the master of what's called long form films He recently had a media Zoom meeting as request by paramount plus You know we're in an interesting time in scripted drama in TV because.

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Today, one more little bit of color for the streaming wars situation. According to this piece in Vanity Fair, streamers are starting to act like TV networks. They're pulling back on the edgy content that originally made streaming stand out. And seeking instead, quote, elevated broadcasts, things like sitcoms, this is all under financial pressure from competition. I think Julia spoke to some of this to some degree in the Twitter space on Saturday, but quoting Vanity Fair. Since streamers came to dominate the landscape, the assumption has been that broadcast TV is seriously endangered, that it's struggling to reach new generations of viewers, partly because of its risk averse rules and its devotion to broad inoffensive content. That existential threat is real, but some see a worrisome irony emerging. The streamers are acting more and more like the cautious industry they revolutionized. Streamers are pursuing what they call elevated broadcast making sitcoms, dramas, procedurals, and reality TV central to their platforms. Some also appear to be pulling back from the challenging content that attracted audiences in hopes of scooping up every viewer the networks have left. Insiders say streaming executives are becoming less adventurous or more populist depending on your point of view because they're spooked by the overcrowded market and uncertain about how to keep expanding and retaining their subscriber bases. Netflix's stock price plunged after an earnings report projected a loss of 2 million global subscribers by June, a top executive there also said they are exploring a lower price subscription that would include commercials. I'm always a little bit worried that half the streamers will go away at a certain point. It says Alan Yang, co creator of unconventional comedies like Netflix's Master of None, Amazon's forever and Apple TV plus's upcoming loot. Can the market sustain all of them spending the way they are and making the number of shows that they make and quote Netflix now abounds in escapist fare a la Emily in Paris and love is blind. Amazon famously the home of transparent and fleabag dedicates an immense amount of money to epics like The Wheel of Time and The Lord of the Rings, the rings of power. Paramount plus is building a universe around Taylor Sheridan, creator of the western mega hit Yellowstone and peacock is betting on pop culture reboots to real in both the nostalgic older audience and younger viewers who respond to tried and true templates. I hear this panic around the idea that some of these streamers are not going to exist in three years and people get very conservative when that happens says a show runner. There's a real directive to agents and writers to broaden the appeal, which is crazily disheartening. I've got some ride home fund news for you. I emailed the ride home fund LPs about this this morning that we've got our first unicorn and the portfolio. We've.

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:46 min | 8 months ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Anyone was saying earlier that to somebody that so prolific. So be that prolific and not compromise the quality. I know. It's amazing. And I'd love to learn what is secret is just I think anybody in any walk of life to be able to take on that much and not compromise the quality. But anyway, I guess at that point that you heard about that project. What was the part that you were going into read for? And then at that time, I mean, Yellowstone had gone on the air in 2018, but had you heard of it? Had you seen it? Had you heard of Taylor Sheridan? What did it mean to you when you're going in for this part if anything? I know I never heard of it. I actually heard of it, so I went in for a mayor of Kingstown. About, oh my goodness. When was this? This was last year around March. Yes. Wow, that's happening in a short amount. Yeah, yeah, and a really short match. I know that's crazy. It's crazy. I mean, there was a global pandemic and that kind of stuff things for a little bit there. But yeah, yeah, that was, it is wild to think that it hasn't been that long at all. And I remember getting receiving the audition tape, or the sides, material, and everything. And seeing that it was, you know, this woman named iris and it's Taylor Sheridan's show and I love Taylor Sheridan up, and I'm like, oh, he did Yellowstone, okay? And I just had lunch with Heather word him actually, who said, yeah, I'm watching the show. I'm binging the show called Yellowstone right now. I just can't stop. And it just kind of floated right past my head. I didn't think to ask her more of it. And so I tested out the first episode in the second. I went, oh wow. It's actually really, really good. I'm surprised that I haven't seen this or heard of Taylor, and then I looked at his body of work and went, oh my God, I do know this. I mean, I definitely know this man. He made some films that I just revere. Hell or high water being one of them. And managing an incredible writer. My goodness, I didn't realize he was making television. And so he had, I sent in a tape. He called the next day, got on the phone with him. He talked me through the hole. The whole thing when he had written mayor of keens down 15 years ago. Which is insane. Yeah. And I was just thinking the back of my head recently, how crazy it is that it just so happened that they started the process of casting and developing this film, not 5 years ago, or 7 years ago, or three years ago or even two, but again, global pandemic thing. But just then. Oh, you mean casting the show then? Just then, which, if that hadn't happened, I never would have met him, and NH 83 never would have happened. And I will maybe a variation of it, but I also didn't exist. Right. Before I met him..

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Somebody said, AJ, you were right, you know, the maron Manson, the crazy rock and roller, the crazy guy. Devil worshiping, you know, the crazy an idiot, but cops, feds, whatever the hell descended on his house to search for stuff to search for evidence that would shed light on some of the horrible things, many women said he did to them. And I'm not sure if it was the house he just sold or that's empty or the house he lives in now. Either way, they took away a lot of boxes of stuff and I'm sure they're getting ready to really go at him hard. And it made me really go in depth and read about Marilyn Manson in publications and such that I never never read before. And we talk about all these guys on this show that have done awful things from hobby Weinstein down to you name it there's been so many that Matt Lauer, so many guys have done awful things since the me too era broke. But the stuff this guy is alleged to have done is beyond the pale. And for Kanye West to take him in and bring him to his church service and sing with him and Justin Bieber to be friends with him and the singer Halsey to have his name tattooed on her on her side of her body, it's so tone deaf in idiotic. The guy's bed. Is fear a woman, especially Halsey, you don't need his image likeness or name on your

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Community and their fight to recover their ancestral lands The democracy now We believe at 11 8 20 Chicago's progressive talk Now streaming on Paramount plus this is a company challenge And the business is incarceration A new original series from the co creator of Yellowstone Taylor Sheridan Your influence within the prisons is unique Jeremy Renner We don't break them off We bend it Diane east It fixit meant part time gangsters And Kyle Chandler If you want to know who's running what come to me on the mayor of Kingstown Mayor of Kingstown now streaming on Paramount plus go to Paramount plus dot com to try it for free I say hi You say love you say you say Goodbye Alicia CPT 8 20 where facts matter This portion of the Stephanie Miller show rocky by raycon wireless earbuds that are.

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"I'm a fan of of most things. That taylor sheridan does but now it's You know dale brisby is going to be that unique character that you can't figure out. He's the good guy or an outlaw. You know that's one of the things. I of like about because we are so far away from Right and wrong and cowboy culture. And i don't mean a lawlessness but there are times when you're just like that that shouldn't be that way. It should that we should be able to take care of that. You know what i mean and so it's confusing to see now things you're like well that's the way it should be. But it's not that way. So i don't know if that's an outlaw. Or a good guy. Does that make sense to you absolutely well. There's you know there's that old saying there's no honor among thieves. Well when even the thieves are complaining about the way things in question what going on. It's good to talk to you. Thank you so much. We'd love to Love to meet you to actually come out to the ranch and see you guys at some point but it's been great to interact with the with all that you're doing you know with with the nazarene fund and etc. I'm waiting to hear back from them on some stuff so i'm excited to to help just with the cause that you've got going on. I wasn't aware of that but thank you so much. I appreciate that. Thank you yes sir. Big big thumbs up on those on those organizations that you're backing thank you. Well you have huge fans here at the mercury studio The host of how to be cowboy dale brisby. It's a net flicks. It is a fun show that you should watch how to be a couple. Takes everything people think about texans and takes it up about ten thousand percent cowboy on netflix. Thanks so much appreciate it. Thank you mr backhanded down..

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just to cheer you up and bring us back into reality because the state fair His parents over for everybody who we miss it and enjoy it. Although I do I had friends who didn't go and they were, like, Damn. It was my second year in a row. But for whatever reasons, you know they're going. I just said I thought boy next year will be wild. Oh, he'll be back. It was it was It was fun. It was so fun. Yeah, It was so fun. Yeah, we And how about Kevin Costner Friday night? Oh, my gosh. That was a blast. It was a blast. He okay? He didn't make as many women pregnant is Tim McGrath. But that's Because there weren't as many women to be there because Jim McGrath was sold out, and he doesn't have like a big, huge, strong voice or anything, but his band was so good and Ross Raila gave a blistering review he started out with Why doesn't anybody tell good looking rich actors that they can't sink? Oh, doesn't have one friend in his life, You know, Right? And then he was He was funny. He was tweeting out the people who were just in dig. You know, women that were just indignant. How dare you criticize, right. You know, that's what he does. I mean, the Star Tribune didn't even send anybody to review it, so I like gave props to the Pioneer Press. Always so beautiful. He just and I loved the Q and a elbow. You got shushed. I get. Yeah. Once again, Julia, and you're a little talkie for the crowds for crowds. I know people aren't there to listen to, you know, I In fact, I moved to get away from you in the beginning so I could listen, And then I found three guys and there Late twenties, early thirties who decided last minute to go there already out at the fair, and they said, We just love Kevin Costner, man, and we just thought that we'd see him. So anyway, they were just into it. And then I told you where you could find me. And I figured you'd stand and And I said the ladies next to me, Of course who listen to our show. I said I had to come over here to get away from Julius tax too much. I couldn't hear the singing. Well, what is with you? I just got so excited to see everybody. I had so much fun. Laurie. Yeah, that was a blast of night. I'm glad when the Q and a with him was really delicious. And he gives so, oh, worthy answers. And then we did not say for Field of dreams, which, by the way, Paramount, which was playing Yellowstone all weekend. Us. They also were playing, um, field of dreams, Older armed tombstone. Um me? I don't know if I may be bold dural was on. Actually, it was on Saturday morning. We put it on right before we head down there on Saturday. So I watched a little bit of it. Yeah, so they're kind of and also you know, if you really love Yellowstone, you should watch this movie Wind River. Which is written by Taylor Sheridan, who has written Yellowstone it stars Jeremy Renner. And we've seen this one succeeded. It's called Wind River. And, um Elizabeth Olsen, isn't it? Yes, we saw this. I don't remember. I did. It's very good, Very good. Right? And it's in Netflix's top 10 because people on Netflix really want to watch Yellowstone, but it's not on Netflix. This is such a good movie, right? Oh, I saw this. Yes, yes. So Taylor Sheridan wrote this movie, and he also wrote Yellowstone. So if you're a fan Of Yellowstone. That's a movie for you to check out. I have two other movies for people to check out. Okay, side Cinderella. Besides, yet you had your Cinderella. Um and, uh so I get this message, you know? From Donny and he says You know, he knows, you know, with 9 11. The 20th anniversary is coming up and everything he and we do like to trade back. He looking what he said. I watched a very good movie on Netflix called Worth Michael Keaton stars as Kenneth Feinberg, the special master. Of the 9 11 Victims Compensation fund. Stanley Tucci in the cast. Very movie moving Survivor stories. I think you'd like it and, um Um and he's right. I loved it. You watched it. I watch. It's called Tate Donovan. I had forgotten that like the day Like within a day or two of 9 11 that Congress passed a law that day to protect United and American Because they would have been sued out of business. How interesting. I totally forgot about. Yeah, you for you. You kind of forget because the trauma of all of that the unbelievable that you think this think this way and everything but you know the crisis was, you know, there were there was in a plane in the sky for 3.5 weeks member that planes that were in the air landed all over the place. And so they were like, we know we're going to have to do the case. So it's kind of a fascinating story. Because how much is a life worth? Well, you There's no price right because you want the person back, but they owe Laurie. I want to watch that. Yeah, well, it's really, really good. And it was very moving. So I'm so glad that Danny told me because I'd seen Michael Keaton on Um, we were that is Stephen Colbert and he was giving us great couch. But he was so busy talking about just his 70th birthday and all they never really got around to talking about the movie. Or if they did it was that came out. Yeah. Came out in 2020. No, no, The movie came out in a limited release. It just came out a Netflix September 3rd. So that's what he was doing because you said, we've seen them out and about at all these, Yeah, things, so that's what he's promoting, and it's very Very, very good, and it's um You know, it's a way I said the case. I said, you know, there's gonna be a lot of stuff I said, But, you know, I said, I said, we have to never forget. And and we have to remember because Casey and I went to New York because I had bid at a silent auction. I have a thing grant of going to silent actions and Drinking a little bit and buying the That's why they have them. Yeah, but I had bought this package to stay at the Regency on Wall Street, right. Um and I was taking Casey for his birthday and his birthday is November 11th and I called my girlfriend who lives below Canal Street, and she had just gotten back in their apartment. I said, should we come anyway? And she said New York feels very different from what you know, she said. Come because we need people to start coming back. And so Kay CNN Wall Street is, you know, Anyway, we get there and it was. I'll never, ever forget it. I mean, the World Trade Center was still small Dream. It smoldered for months, Amancio. You could smell in the hotel room and we were Several blocks away. This the smell of.

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"taylor sheridan" Discussed on Why Watch That Radio

Why Watch That Radio

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"taylor sheridan" Discussed on Why Watch That Radio

"What is karen. Think about this. I mean she does say in the meeting. Asian doing this. What did they say their friends. Oh yes so you know they had this mission to go after this russian guy and try to get some answers. What comes of that okay. What are they getting into. What are they. What does this mission really about. What is about to happen for my review. When you think. Well when i think taylor sheridan i think sicario just immediately immediately hell or high water next yes and so on and so forth yellowstone if you really want to you know if you wanna go there but taylor sheridan sheridan at his best sakaria. Yes he ca. Oh and not that sequel. Sorry taylor and same director of this. He directed that. No this cario. Now up john wick came to mind watching this john wicked much more exciting whenever you got a guy fighting in revenge and this is what they have to fight with. I'm sorry this is in the world. Now jason born yes. Far superior than this equalizer now look. The equalizer is not as consistent as a movie. I will not kill you. But you got denzel swagger and they're hidden. I'm sorry if you see the first equaliser with denzel at the beginning and then he's and you're like oh i need to see the equalizer fighting. It's fun because pinon about it like this is going to be me. Fight it you know there is no denzel swagger here. It's nowhere to be found. Now as you said it is in the universe of jack ryan. But i would say i would rather watch tv. Show jack ryan then this which is also on prime if you think jack reacher though this is probably at the same level little under little bit little. Here's the point less talking the less talking the better. It's a lot of posturing. Otherwise i was like. That's a plaster posturing posturing and what do you mean like posturing it means. I don't believe you. It's a lot of talking for no reason. That person would never say that they wouldn't say anything and it's grandstanding. Why are you saying this. Just go kill somebody now. Oh my goodness gracious. As i was watching this also it lost its potency over time as i kept watching i was like okay. All right i mean it's nothing special. The stories familiar but after all that negativity here we go. It's on amazon run. Tell you this. Paramount is very smart. They are selling these things to amazon. But then on your platform. 'cause that's where it should go and i agree. It was a wise decision to put this on amazon prime for all parties involved very wise the action sequences are solid but unsurprising their silent. I wanted more of that more in the prison. When you throw water on the floor. I mean we can have more. I mean give us her team group. You know the harting moment anyway For a sequel. The question what. I wanna see a sequel. Lots of competition. what again. It's good enough to stream from home via prime while he didn't talk about eighty performances. What the purpose. Here's what i will say. Because i'm going to be a little bit it. You know what it felt like. It felt like call of duty. Man's would it felt like it felt like there was a lot of military language being thrown out a lot of military. You know it felt the fight scenes we really. I don't want to lead you. There were a lot of fight scenes. There was a shootout scenes and Military survival kind of thing and i know they must have focused a lot on that because the big chunk of the action which is right at the towards the end of the movie. I mean it was a good thirty minutes of being in the particular situation where they had to militarized themselves. Out of its and So you know. I thought that if you really into that like the movie sniper but without the story line like if you just like to see that kind of stuff now it is dark not tonality but the literal Color scheme that they used is dark. I was picking up my brightness to seem it would go any brighter and it's just that way it's it's it's just that way so you really going to have to you know. Keep your eyes peeled if you want to see that action cause the action to me was if you want like military style It was good. It was good action. michael be. I'll go out said to me. He i did. I enjoyed him handling a gun. You know what i mean. I enjoyed him handling weapons I particularly enjoyed him. Doing the one on one combat like that was to me some of the some of the best work. I've seen him do 'cause we've seen it a lot. We've seen him in creede we've seen him in Black panther one on one stuff but to me. This is his best one on one combat. That i've seen from him and would i see it again. If it's gonna be on amazon i will. i'll see the sequel forssell seat again and we've why why not and couple that with jack right. Go ahead watch on the tv series. There's two seasons out already. And if you want that world there is a connection direct connection from the tv world to the move the mum with a particular character and so that was kind of fun to do so all in all. I think what we're saying here is if this were in the movie and you had to pay fifteen dollars a piece. You can't even enjoy your popcorn because you have to have your mask on. I'm not sure you know that would have been a more challenging Way to see but it's.

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