23 Burst results for "Warren Beatty"
"warren beatty" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Sports Radio. What's up? Lion. I've been listen to sports talk since the seventies, I go back to Bill Russell, the Great Boston Center in KBC in Los Angeles. By the way, he was incredible. Great. You're a great my friend hysterical. I love your style. I love your energy. I love everything about you, my friend. How are you? I'm doing well. I appreciate the kind words I'm now waiting for the other shoe to drop, so I'll give you plenty of room. No shoe, my friend. Listen, Let's talk about the Rams. Let's talk about what's going on with their backup job. Wolf. Let's talk about the fact he's never taken a stab. This is an incredible story. This is Hollywood. This is l. A. This is Rudy in the making. Just think of this guy plays that well. He leads the ramp to a playoff spot. After two horrible losses right nine and four were looking quake. We could challenge the Packers for the NFC title. What happens that just come in and beat us to go to Seattle? Not good. It would be an incredible story. Let's say he wins the game we get in the playoffs. Off is healthy to go. Who do you start in the playoff game? It'll be interesting to see. I know we're getting ahead of, you know, you know the answer to that question. God Hey, you mentioned movies. This is not heaven. Kim, wait. Warren Beatty is not making the start in the movies. What? Ruby? By the way, Right. My high school football coach. I don't like football there, but he was in the film. Great Jimbo Kiefer West, Mister High in Orange County, California was in heaven can wait and brilliant son. You believe that? Is that incredible? What a great top that haven't can wake is a remake. What was the original film? Here comes Mr something. Here comes Mr Jordan. Do you think about you and I need a podcast? What are you doing tomorrow? I'm off tomorrow and come back. Ready to go. I called. I called up the down serious. All the sports shows. I'm just some kind of a nut with calling into sport shows. By the way, I'm doing it for so long. Let me tell you this. Let me give you a little little nugget. You got another duck in your full of nuggets today. Go ahead, Mike. I like you. 1977. The Rams versus Minnesota right NFC title game at the L A policy and it will wane so hard that week in Los Angeles Pat Haden was our quarterback. You don't happen in that game. Bryant the film was so muddy pat Hand it cannot grip the ball. We lost to the Vikings 14 7 to Bob Lee. The game was blacked out Los Angeles. Well, I heard on the radio. This could be. I hope it's not like that, because it rained so hard yesterday in L. A I hope Mr Woolford could grip that ball in Sunday because he's not a big guy. No, but there's no more rain this week. He leads us in this game. We get in the playoffs, and probably that was gonna happen. But whatever. Mike. I feel real kinship with you. I've mentioned leaving on Friday. Gonna mail it and just want to hang out on New Year's Eve and tell stories about the 1974 G. Let me tell you, Brian, I go back with like That was rhetorical question. I appreciate the support. I love the kind words Happy New Year, my man. I hope to talk to you. Next time I fell in Have a great day. Mike was going to take me up on that. And we're gonna pivot to Roman Gabriel. Gentlemen. Did he call me by the wrong name? The staff thinks he called me Greg Webber. That's fun. Have this fast food business. I have to get to I'll do it in a second. Greg with three G's Was a huge Mets fan Growing up, you probably can detect a little bit of the New York sensibility some words I still have the East Coast pat twat, but I've worked hard to become a little bit more. Mainstream with my delivery, But I was a huge fan of the Mets 1986. Obviously we have to go through all the details of that remarkable run so early in my career. I'm hosting the television believer, not pre game show for the Oakland A's I get a one on one conversation with Ron Darling, who's phenomenal. Plus, If you care about education, you probably know the Ron yell educated. I spent some time in Palo Alto. So we're having this in depth, metaphysical conversation about life and Philosophy and I tell him I gotta be totally up front with you, Ron. You were one of my boyhood idols and this has been such a personally meaningful conversation and he looks at me, he said Bruce I enjoyed the last few minutes. You take care of yourself, young man. On. That's before Bruce Weber was even a college coach, So I have a long history of people butchering my name. Okay, I'm going to do this in a timely fashion because I want to get to the MBA thoughts and we have more time for tweets to wrap up the program, the best part about being a fill in host a guest host. Is that you are part of a unique community and I don't want to believe her. How much? I appreciate the show and my jungle credentials, but hopefully by now it is clear. That I care about the show. I've been a daily listener for better part of 20 years. When I did local radio in San Francisco on the legendary taken 10 50 can be our 10 50. I would do shows before and after gym and just wonder how I could ever be in that stratosphere. So with that is the preface, then reading all of your tweets, even the ones that didn't make errors. You might be inclined to Leave that I wore enjoy fast food from time to time. The only good thing that's happened during the quarantine, and the extended challenges here in Southern California is if I'm not leaving my house. I'm not going to hit a fast food establishment if I'm driving around, and I happened to see a drive thru available Once got busy in a Burger King bathroom. However, when I was Walking out the door yesterday in a very good mood. I thought we had a quality program and getting ready to get onto the freeway, The siren song of the golden arches. Captured my attention. Because in the internal clock that I have, I'm thinking it's the end of the year. That means the tradition is about to come to an end. It's mcrib season. And believe it or not, I had not had a single mcrib. And if I'm gonna self report there were years in the past when I would phrase make ribs and try to bring him back to life. In February and March. Pro tip. Don't try. So organically, I figured Quality show. I love being here. I savor every moment I've earned the right Did Mickey D's Drive up to the drive through window. NASCAR My.
Buck Henry Dies: ‘The Graduate’ Writer, ‘Get Smart’ Co-Creator & Early ‘SNL’ Favorite Was 89
"Comedy writer and director Buck Henry has died from a heart attack he's best known for co writing the film the graduate starring a young Dustin Hoffman and co creating the nineteen sixties TV series gets Mark Henry also co directed and appeared in heaven can wait with actor Warren Beatty some may remember him on ace on Saturday Night Live when he guest hosted numerous
Talent is More Important Than Resources
"Probably remember when everything changed in Hollywood, and it was right around. It was in the seventies right around the time of Bonnie and, CLYDE, which was the Warren Beatty movie that really was the first of a new generation of filmmakers, filmed primarily out in the field because prior to that the cameras used to make movies were so big. You couldn't go outside you had to do it in a sound stage, and so- location, photography that was pretty special. But in nineteen sixty. Seven Bonnie and CLYDE shot entirely on location. For the first time with cameras that were small enough for somebody to, to take outside, there were still bigger than they are today, but they were for the first time, it, changed filmmaking it changed filmmaking and the movies we saw starting with that movie in the sixties and the seventies in the eighties were so different from the movies we saw in the fifties and sixties. Well, that's what we're going through. Now, forget, you know sixteen millimeter camera, you could put on your shoulder at you can do it with a phone in your pocket. And I think as far as I'm concerned all that, all that really means is the scope for creativity is, is unlimited, and you'll have filmmakers, who can't afford an Alexa, but they can afford a phone making amazing things that the thing that doesn't change. Scott is the talent that you bring to the game as a as a professional editor or professional screenwriter actor director. It just means talent is more important. You don't have to have sixty million dollars to make a feature film you, but if you have the talent you can do some amazing things. And I think that's, that's what's so exciting about the internet era. And, and there's negative, we talk all the time at the negative of YouTube. And Ariffin effect. Youtube is hard on the psyche of a whole generation, but at the same time, it also enabled creators with virtually no money to have a voice, and I think that that's very exciting. Especially if you've got town, especially
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"There's always something to complain about. There's one controversy leads to the next one. Now, just recently, we have the referee thing. But it's always something nobody you happy with the NFL ever. No one gets mad if you just wail on the NFL to shin. And what's fascinating is that it's very bipartisan. You have conservatives who were mad at the NFL for this that and the other reason, including the chief executive the United States, and you have progressives who are furious with the NFL about its lack of action on concussion issues and beyond player health and safety. I mean, this is not like some sort of one sided thing. Everybody likes to pile on. Whereas the NBA, you know, and and I'm sure, you know, privately they would sank the NFL for existing because it sets them up as, you know, the smart foil here, but is by contrast. You know, it's it's hard to come up. You have to look for reasons. I think frankly, and I you earlier. Disagree. I'm sure, but I feel a lot of what drives the creativity and NBA media coverage and a lot of sort of the sub plots and storylines that are almost like marvel comic. Like, I think what drives it is that at the end of the day. Even now, you know they've had a bumpy season. I think we all agree. The warriors are going to win the finals again. And you know, like a movie you have to have accents structures and moments of you know, surprise. And so I think things that you know, are would be relatively minor in a hyper competitive parody league. Get blown big time out of proportion like the theme out that people talk say, let's let's say that, you know, the amount of talk that happens about the timber wolves. Now, they've had you know, ups and downs and interesting things happen this season for sure including the firing of a coach and a departure of a star player, but the amount of ink that gets spilled about a franchise like that which has no chance of being competitive in NBA. Final is amazing. It doesn't happen in under league. You don't see like people just like spending. As in days and days talking about the fourth place team and the east haven in the NFL. Cam Newton was basically playing with a broken shoulder for the last half of the season. And in basketball that would have felt like it would have been a bigger deal. Yeah. Where it's like they're bringing in other people to throw hail Marys and he's clearly compromised. Yeah. Why are they continue to play him is in the NFL? It's always about I do feel like the gambling in the fantasy. And all that stuff is a much bigger deal. And it's always about what's about to happen. Could this happen would if this happened? Whereas the NBA does feel a little more player Centric, like even the depot thing yesterday. Yeah. He goes down. And it was like, you know, the reverberations in the Shangri LA of NBA, Twitter's you felt and people thoughts and prayers. They lost a friend Yang truly. I mean, you know, he's a very likable guy. Yeah. I should know about it. But, but you know, he's he's well well liked along like people who cover the league. But also. So just I'm his hard to you know, how can you dislike Victor Oladipo guys can sing like Sam Cooke's amazing? It's a great great player. But how do you, you know, like translate over to another sport? I have no idea. I, you know, the NFL would love to get a little bit of that was. So the reason I wanted to have you on was you interviewed Warren Beatty who was the star of heaven can wait a late seventies movie. That is wildly underrated. And was way more successful than I think I remembered I know what you're talking about this like it's a dinosaur dig that. Kinda know for sure, but it anytime. Wait. I'm sorry. Yeah. I don't think anyone under thirty is probably seen..
"warren beatty" Discussed on Katie Couric
"So every time I get us to question might now. Grownup children listen to this about their mom and dad, my wife is hearing me talk about this. Right. And he was against that. That's that's a betrayal to them. And I it's not my right to talk about our private life as well as the political process. Like every time I answer that question every time. I answer the question boxes. Oh, brief. So what's my dog's name on 'em training down the IQ all of this political process. So he refused to do it. So let's say he's innocent. He can save himself politically, but he ups, you know, what I'm not. That's not a question. I'm going to answer any becomes almost Kamata. You know? So that's what I find is interesting about this process. Views is from the perspective of supposedly survival and he saved himself, but he may have had more at stake. I guess, but he really fell on his sword. Right. And Donna rice was just sort of, you know, just one instance. And I mean, maybe I'm wrong. But weren't there a lot of other dalliance? I mean, he he'd been need been as you know, you know, separated twice for long periods of time. So it's hard to. I mean, even in the film candidates, do not hang out with Warren Beatty. Still in the film. You know, you see, you know, the evidence of another dynasty. But since you raised on a rice, can we talk about that from because if that was really really important to us, both Donna rice know, somebody who went through this kind of modern scandal as the other woman for the first time really gets reduced to a punchline is just as defined by this, and and made Justice to dimensional heart was, and then, you know, expanding that to all the other women, you see in the film, we really it was very important to us. Obviously, I talked to Donald law for the book. This is very important for us to make sure that that perspective was not just expressed. I'm not like in a token way. But actually like that we had three dimensional cares. Donna rice was shown to be very real human being with potential and emotions, and she's bright, and she's principled. And you know, we worked very hard at Helen Esther, Brooke our producer, you know, everyone writing the script we're guys, obviously. And Helen, our producer. Who is? So brilliant kept you know, with every draft, you know, pushing us on you know, what was. Complicated enough. What was important to understand about a woman's women in these situations? Get burdened with speaking for their entire gender. You know have to stand in. We really were hard at it. And I think it's one of the things we're all really proud of and the performances. Women in the film gives Sara Paxton chief among them. I just think it's and VERA from ego. Of course is amazing. I mean just brings you to tears, and I just think that's that's an aspect of the film. We've worked hard. I knew very very proud of. I really liked the line by the washed was the Washington Post. I couldn't quite figure out. She had a big job at the. Yeah. Yeah. Eric Rayner plays place. She said a line about power. He's a man a man with powerhouse opportunity and about. That that line really resonated because as I wrestled myself watching this like does it matter should it matter. I felt like she was channeling the metoo movement, and this is pretty massive eighty seven. We did it. We wrote it before them, right? The moment when the Donna rice character says to the female, heart aid, I've worked my entire life. So that people like you wouldn't look at a person like me the way you are right now, very powerful. We tried to show everyone in this as three dimensional human beings. Journalists the women candidates the voters, you know, and show their their struggle, and they're paying as they go through this crazy process that no one had ever faced before you guys. I know want this to be relevant and you want this to spur conversation..
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"It was generation x, but anyway, really got into it and one of the big mysteries was whose deep throat, and that was one of the things when you watch this movie how Hct kind of became deep throat, but we knew there was an actual deep throat there. Rumors were there three deep throat's. We're gonna get to how they solve the mystery of dethrone later, but the movie age really will the conspiracy stuff day great. No matter. What aired? It's it's either. Remember when politics was crazy like this or politics is crazy, and you can identify with it. Redford Hoffman peak their powers to a plus listers the history of this movie, how they ended up doing it together is is we can either do that now or do that there and have internet research. Yeah. I mean, we can do it. Now. I mean, it's definitely Redford is the person who really pushed for this. You know, he was talking to Woodward and Bernstein before they even wrote this book and got fascinated by the story and definitely saw himself as Woodward early on and Redford is a really rare figure in the history of Hollywood, he's a producer director movie star. He he in many ways kind of like design that mold there were people before him like Kirk Douglas and people like that who had done this. But he really like kind of shifted the paradigm him in Warren Beatty at the same time in the seventies. Making a lot of movies like this. And you know, he gets a lot of the credit. And I think he knew he was gonna take on Woodward. He really needed a powerful counterweight. Right. So so it's almost a little Chris like LeBron where LeBron? Became this guy who also has his own production company produces content and now all the other athletes feel like they have to do that. It's basically, Redford and Warren Beatty. Lebron Saint thing where it's like James harden now is a content company, but you saw so many actors trying to follow the Redford model, and it doesn't really work. No, it's worked with Brad paid. I think there's been some success. Clooney's had hit and misses like these guys have gotten really into producing and any if you stay I think that that's actually why you do movies that maybe aren't as meaningful to you. But are obviously going to be box office successes to a crew of power to become the person who writes, your own story in ways and to somebody who lives up material that they wanted lift up and those were the first two guys that did that right? Those are the first two actors that were like, I can also create. Was a little bit of a precursor to that. I mean, he's erected films. He very rarely directed himself in films a lot with his wife Joan Woodward. I think I think rejected Rachel Rachel which she was nominated for an Oscar for, but the idea of the person who is like the centerpiece of the whole thing the way that baby doesn't in reds, Redford doesn't direct this movie. But you can see that. I mean, he's rewriting the script all the time with Goldman. He's in total control of the production design, picking the director like this is a thing. And I don't think anybody really has done it as well as him since he really had amazing vision for how to be a great movie star and make movies that were serious, but entertaining and populist and had a lot of cool ideas. But also by the time, we get to the stage like he's already made Butch Cassidy. He's already made the staying like he's been the biggest star that you could possibly be, you know, madea idol, also politically active. He was kind of everything already by the time of this movie. This runny had basically in the seventies. Jeremiah Johnson my dad's favorite movie about? Time. Great guys knew that. Yeah. I didn't know that was about your. It's a great move. I dance number one favorite. He would call me sometimes. And then he'd be like, I gotta go some say he's up there still. It was like on. So Jeremiah Johnson the candidate the way we wear the staying the great Gatsby while to pepper three days of the Condor. And then all the president's men as a pretty nice run. There's not I would say probably the great Gatsby was the most flawed of all those movies the way we were not a great movie..
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"What did that what did the top critics say about so four rotten out of forty seventy one? Top critic. Oh, wow. Talking insanely low number for or still in play. Here we go next movie that was also nominated for a kademi award for best costume directed. And starring Warren Beatty also stars Alba chino, Dustin Hoffman and Madonna telling the story of a famous detective trying to take down an infamous gangster nineteen ninety s dick, Tracy. Movie was big made a big splash has Madonna. Desperately seeking Susan like what is she made me? Good movies. Good movie too. Wasn't great. But it was good. All right. That's really seeking. Susan was fun. Great movie. It was a fun very eighties early eighties movie. And don't forget who's that girl with Griffin Dunne. Oh, that's right. She in that. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Griffin. She's quietly made a lot of bad movies. But yeah, all right. So this movie was breathless Mahoney. Nobody liked it. But it was it looked great. And it was very stylistic. But what where are we could be in the thirties? We could be in the sixties. It's tough. All right. I'm just gonna lock myself and on a number. How say you Dennis Miller. I remember Pacino playing who can play with flat top or prese big boy, capacity. This was the movie where he started really screaming. He went over on this one. Yeah, you're right. I remember thinking this is one of four or five movies in a row where he played that guy even when he was trying to be sensitive. So yeah, he went a little mad here. I'm trying to think though Beatty always with critics at least gets an effort to try. It did look super cool from a big Glenn Headley sand. So I will say I'm gonna go seventy outs. All right. Seems high to me Brian. I went similarly I think this is this is one of those it's overrated, but still kind of good I said seventy eight wow, I think critics went a little overboard for. Oh, it's a comic book movie was novel at the time by Warren Beatty. What do you think I think it had a lot of heavy hitters, but it didn't touch on. You know, it was like you said my thought was it's comic book move. Before anyone gave us shit about comic, but movies. So I said sixty six I want superlaw I want forty four. Here we go dick Tracy is fresh at sixty four overseas. How close this is a weird one where the people have it at fifty three in rotten and the critics at sixty four weird with comic book movies directly came out shortly after Batman, I think, and I did not deliver the kind of crowd pleasing action that that movie had came out. Four. I think this is old. Twenty second. Michael Keaton Batman story. Yes. Please applying into LA from the either damn as the Grammys are back in New York sitting next Mike on the plane. We get down to that part of the landing in LA where LA's right off to your right downtown LA your there. Bam huge noise..
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I'm not familiar with this on everyone. It's. Delhi. This is a, this is a deep look inside of black culture. There's Jesse Jackson with him. Can't tell is there anyone else it? I'm your from Detroit. Lord knows Detroit is at the height of all things. Motown is they're literally anybody who would get this crowd. Is there anybody else who would get this crowd a last time that we had something like this, but not obviously on this level was when the Leah died. And I remember they had a horse, a horse drawn carriage with her casket in it that went through the streets of Detroit. That was all white. That was the last even a lead did this. And I'll Lee, this Ali wasn't even. I can't think I'm not sure what would learn our city. There would not be. I can't think of a single native detroiter that would get this kind of national and international sort of response that have you form this game? Do you feel comfortable playing this game right now? Because Bill Clinton, if before we turn our telephone. On that would have been a great one Bill Clinton, which vunerable is the ad is McCain or Aretha Frank. A wreath Omarosa would have been incredible, but we know those. So we'll we're going to do is you have to guess either Retha 's funeral McCain's funeral or neither. Real controversial. Here we go. Number one. Warren beatty. What are yours. We just got a face on the lead with Whoopi should should've led with Whoopi. I guess McCain. Just McCain too, but you love with Warren Beatty. So. With your decision? Let with Warren Beatty instead of Warren Beatty. I'm gonna guess McCain or. No. I'm guessing neither. Neither. I'm going to guess McCain. I'm gonna guess Aretha McKay. Warren Beatty. Why would he to read the front. Obviously in Michigan Senator Carl Levin, former Michigan Senator Carl Levin Aretha gotta be read it, is it going to be? I'm gonna go McCain while they're Michigan Senator Sugano. I'm going to say, McCain, McCain. The core shamed of yourself. Big Sean l. a. rethink. We're neither. To say, I'm gonna go McCain. Casey. Big Sean. I'm gonna go Retha here. Aretha. Detroit. All right. A little tricky because it's is Thomas, but I'm not gonna tell you which is Ahah Thomas. Oh, wow. Thomas? No. What if it's a one that's been part of his career in Phoenix? AC. Thomas? Yep, Celtic. Thomas of the pistons is at a wreath. Yes. I'm gonna say McCain's. Larry FitzGerald allow Larry FitzGerald Pittsburgh, is he from Detroit? Nobody is good relationship with McCain's. I'm gonna go McCain, Arizona. Okay. Yeah, that's a. That's just there is an option folks go neither Larry's getting ready for the regular season, neither. Oh, Arizona. All right. Look at that right former Phoenix coyotes Shane, dawn. Team. Either neither. I feel comfortable with either. I'm gonna go McCain. I'm gonna go neither McCain. Oh, Charles Barkley. Oh, this is that is a good. That's a really good Charles born about this. He played in Arizona, but he also was arrested by racist sheriff. Joe are Pyo. Our friend, racist sheriff jor pilots kind of resembles poppy. It's kind of scary. He looks like Bobby, and he's been a frequent guest on this show. Yes, so but Charles Lyles park, he's gotta be. He's gotta be at Aretha I would guess I'm going to say, I'm gonna go McCain, neither. I got you. CeCe Winans l. totally at Aretha see what's high school really better be very well. She's at Nita..
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I'm not familiar with this song. Everyone. It's Delhi. This is a, this is a deep look inside of black culture. There's Jesse Jackson with him. Can't tell me, is there anyone else it? I'm your from Detroit. Lord knows Detroit is at the height of all things. Motown is they're literally anybody who would get this crowd. Is there anybody else who would get this crowd a last time that we had something like this, but not obviously on this level was when lien died. And I remember they had a horse a, they drawn carriage with her casket in it that went through the streets of Detroit. That was all white. That was the last, not even a lead did this and I'll Lee, this Ali wasn't even I. Yeah, I can't think I'm not sure what would certainly for our city there would not be. I can't think of a single native detroiter that would get this kind of national and international sort of response to hide that. Have you form this game? Do you feel comfortable playing this game right now? Because Bill Clinton, if before we turn our. Televisions on that would have been a great one. Bill Clinton, which funeral is the ad is McCain or Aretha Frank. A Aretha Omarosa would have been incredible, but we know those. So what we're going to do is you have to guess either a wreath 'as funeral McCain's funeral or neither. Real controversial. Here we go. Number one. Warren beatty. What are yours? Just got home. No, we know we know. We just got a face on this to lead with Whoopi should have led with whooping, I guess, McCain. I would have just McCain too, but you'll love with Warren Beatty. So. Stuck with your best decision. Badie instead of Opie Warren Beatty. I'm gonna guess McCain or. No. I'm gonna guess neither. Let me guess. Neither. I'm going to guess McCain. I'm gonna guess Aretha McCain. Warren Beatty. Why would he be able to read the front. In Michigan Senator Carl Levin, former Michigan Senator Carl Levin l Aretha gotta be read it, is it going to be? I'm gonna go. McCain is while they're Michigan Senator sue guts. I'm going to say, McCain, McCain. The core. Shamed of yourself. Big Sean l. a. rethink. We're neither. Say, I'm gonna go McCain. Casey. Big Sean. I'm gonna go Aretha here. Aretha. Detroit. All right, one's a little tricky because it's is as Thomas, but I'm not gonna tell you which is AM Thomas. Oh. That's detroit. What if it's one that's been part of his career in Phoenix? AC. Thomas? Yep, Celtics. Thomas of the pistons is at a rita's funeral. Yes. I'm gonna say McCain's. Aretha. Mary FitzGerald allow Larry FitzGerald Pittsburgh. Is he from Detroit? No, but he has a good relationship with McCain's. I'm gonna go McCain, Arizona. Okay. Yeah, that's just there is an option folks go neither Larry's getting ready for the regular season, neither. Oh, Arizona. All right. Came. Look at that right former Phoenix coyotes Shane, dawn. One. Team. Either neither. I feel comfortable with either. I'm gonna go McCain. I'm gonna go. Neither became. Charles Barkley. Ooh, this is a that is a good. That's a really good Charles. This all he's he played in Zona, but he also was arrested by racist sheriff. Joe are Pyo. Our friend, racist sheriff, jor kind of resembles poppy. It's kind of scary. He looks like Bob and he's been a frequent guest on this show. Yes, so but Charles Lyles park, he's gotta be. He's gotta be at a wreath. I guess I'm going to say I'm gonna go McCain, neither. I got you. CeCe Winans l. totally at Aretha. Yeah, see what's high school really better, be very. Well, she's at neither..
Ben Affleck Had Been 'Drinking Alone for Days' Before Heading Back to Rehab
"This. Morning let's talk about Ben Affleck Ben Affleck according to people magazine had been drinking alone for days before heading back to rehab that he was on a downward. Spiral he was in bad. Shape he wasn't. Eating he hadn't showered and it didn't take much convincing to get him to go to. Rehab he wanted to go and he. Cooperated so that's the latest story for. People I, mean we kind of knew that he didn't put up a, fight but that was what was happening leading up to the days of. Him I just heard a story to that Warner Brothers is considering removing him or he's considering removing himself from the role of Batman because of insurance that the. Insurance on him playing that. Role would be. So high now because of his addiction struggles I mean that's been that project has been. So plagued right with him they should. Probably move on I I liked him. I didn't, dislike him as much as some people did as Batman but, maybe move on and re let that franchise settle for a little bit Well yeah I mean but let it settle or do what they, did with Spiderman they relaunched it so successfully with Tom Holland that you know Because, remember they had a blip with Andrew Garfield with Spiderman nobody liked those two movies you'll let it you let it simmer for, a couple years and then you do you do a great casting job like they did with, Tom Holland and look now when people think Spiderman. They no longer think at. Tobey Maguire which I used to they now, think of Tom Holland, they have to. Do the same, thing
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"There are only a handful of Warren Beatty films that I go back to. This is one of them and McCabe and MRs Miller is another one. So if you want a good one to go to next, I would say go to that one is the one that inspired so low according to Nashville. I have no idea. I'm just letting you know that in articles written about MC McCabe and MRs Miller, they claimed that it spiraled not only Star Wars but so low. So I really don't know how that happened while it's called grasping at straws when you have no other way create contents. No, I never seen a Warren Beatty phone before. I've never seen Bonnie. CLYDE. I've never seen Bulworth is had a movie that people like you probably shouldn't brag about net seeing Bonnie CLYDE. I'm also never seen the karate kid, so you're gonna miss much. I haven't seen the karate kid since I was a kid and I don't really. I don't get it. I know people love it. I know evidently Cobra KYW's like a lot better than everybody thought it was going to be, but I just I don't know. What did never did never get me, but I am curious. We're talking about having never seen movies that people are supposed to have seen. I, I mean, I guess like for me, things with Warren bonding CLYDE has movie. I should have seen like when when you guys talk to people are there's, is there a movie that you're like a shaved that you've never seen? Because like Mike's never seen Star Wars, so, but I have seen McCain of MRs Miller, which is the same thing guarding designed. Phil zip Rynski point is one that I was jumps to mind. Really. I say I've only seen one in Tony film and have never cared to go back, but I hear that I'm missing out. I've never seen Lawrence of Arabia, and that is one that I'm kind of like holding out for because I wanna see on a big screen and Cleopatra for the same reason. They're both just like their epic movies that I want. You know, film that he wide screen. I wanna see that vast nece on a huge screen. Yes. I feel like that's a legitimate reason what I what I've had this conversation people to like you've never seen XYZ movie like, I don't know. I just never got excited about seeing karate kid like I know all the I know all the pizza that, like I know this week delay, Johnny and all that. It's like, why do I need to watch it? I know all the beats. It's part of the pop culture kind of guys early. It was for the eighties in the eighties or cool again. So back to the fact that I never seen buying CLYDE, I'd more inclined to watch it now because I really liked were beady in this movie. Oh, could I've always had issues with that scene where we kind of rejoined the narrative and it's freaky going through the house in saying that he lost his parrot because it's just like, I'm not really sure what's going on. Even after reading all those screenplays in the book and all that kind of stuff. I still don't know what the hell's going on is he leading the police to somebody's house so that they can arrest the people. Now's, it just seems. The normal everyday people. So I've never been able to understand the scene though the way that Beatty goes through the house and he stands outside and we're seeing him through the windows. I mean, we're gonna get this framing of him outside a lot or characters outside because we're going to get that same thing with Paula Prentiss and he's going to mention her saying that she lost her cat. So I guess he loses his parrot. She loses her cat, but that whole weird like we're standing outside looking in kind of thing. It's a great metaphor, but I have no freaking idea why the cops are following him and all this kind of senators is big argument that happens. Did you guys follow any of that stuff? I didn't. And I'm glad you said that because I felt like I felt like right after that will sequences over. Did I miss something? Is their portion of movie that I like fall asleep for him. It just felt like nothing really connected there. It was just kinda like a little weird filler..
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"She and i didn't want to bring out my phone because like kind of interrupts the viewing experience i didn't wanna pause so it's like i feel like shoes a bratty sister in some warren beatty movie and then it's like oh splendor mcgrath a fine thing about my recording of wanda on it was some event it was hosted by ben mankiewicz and some steckhan guy who i don't remember but i remember watching the end on their commentary and i feel like they both completely missed the point of the movie i felt like they were trying to read it and sort of feminist perspective which i think a lot of people kind of trip themselves over they kind of expect to see wanda smash the patriarchy only bush was see so fake and i felt like ben may send this other guy were looking into that they thought maybe the movie was trying to say like don't leave your husband and i felt like pick a plan so like i i love ben may who it's i love i love everybody involved but he completely missed the point i know that ileana douglas who you have interviewed on your podcast mike for grace gruesome my heart she had his stained called a trailblazing women with the second woman who can't remember i don't know i haven't seen that particular segment but i would imagine she would more accurately grasped the film well kind of speaks to to me it reminds me a lot of film done by somebody that douglas was pretty close to and that was martin scorsese it seems like wanda was the the early version that scorsese would use for alyssa's live here anymore it might not be as as dire as wanda but it seems like allison wanda.
"warren beatty" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Yeah for sure but bending that's my girl i can't figure it out with a net benning where it's just like she's married to beatty warren beatty they have a fuck ton of money do they the do beatty was old school he does like independent shit because she's married to warren beatty shit when you're married to warren beatty down lately so i'm glad you asked that i think because i had something to do with maybe this decision so he does his dream project which she's been trying to make for fucking the better part of thirty years which was a howard hughes movie right okay why would you make that after the caprio siren ever like look at blueprints yeah exactly we're good on that dicaprio killed it i love that movie i love the thought it was fucking awesome and can't do much better than that i thought apparently warren beatty thought that he could enter the money he could jolt out of somebody because it was like warren beatty did now but he like this type of budget it was like a sixty five million dollar budget movie warren beatty playing howard hughes and you're like man that is a big budget for warren beatty who hasn't been in movies since bulworth dead serious really he's quite old yes i mean he's he's warren beatty is still like he's keeping it together as a man on the street but like in movies like he's an older.
Today's top celebrity birthdays list (April 25, 2018)
"Dotcom debbie davis david jones state representative rich sieber and j j jeffrey with celebrity birthdays and our first one is in i believe she was on american idol ray kelly clarkson we're talking about her first american rich kelly clarkson kelly clarkson gotta be she was on there like fifteen years ago she was the first one the first one i'd say thirty four thirty six thirty seven but one bound for you a you got it three six thirty six kelly clarkson and ray one of your favorite people of all time babs streisand celebrates her birthday today about a rich got to be seventy five seventy seven i think it's a good guess i'm going seventy five as well seventysix pulled one dollar for the dempster nice clothes roll right around the book let's hear it this guy i don't know if it's a hero she jordan is the is the person's name jordan fisher tv actor and do we know who he is or she is or okay well let's take a while guests and moving fast forty one twenty six thirty thirty five okay good he's twenty four or she is twenty four chipper jones baseball player i believe for the braves hall of fame baseball hall of fame right fifty forty nine let's see probably forty three forty five almost forty six forty six chipper jones let's hear it okay and i believe this lady has a famous brother well she's as famous as he is shirley maclaine and i think her brother is warren beatty okay hey shirley maclaine up there barbara streisand was seventyfive she's got to be eighty five i'd say seventy seven i go with rich eighty five eighty four put one down for damn again let's go wow wow eighty four years old one of the hallmark christmas movies oh yes that's right she was all right now i need the name rich the years eighteen eighty five american sharp shooter is hired by a guy to be part of the buffalo bills wild west what's the name of that sharp shooter that would be any oakley at danny o'kelly i concur i agree if you serve annie oakley you got it you nailed.
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"He's not a call yet he's a guest the best reoccurring gum pulled the warren beatty already on my first shot barrett joining us graduations bear will cbs you are the winner of the best in show on the fund bomb show well i appreciate that paul and i appreciate all the people that i bride you a vote to win it because i'm not opposed the doing things under the table and and making things happen in ways that college football fan probably do a little bit a little bit of that as well we've where we appreciate that lesson i didn't really think this was going to be my lead question to you today but the reaction in i realize it hasn't been net announcer may not be announced for hugh freeze was supposed to be there in that blew up now the story is butch jones i'm really interested why we care so much about an analyst position but the early early early read an hour seventeen minutes in is very negative but alabama i don't understand why be honest with you i didn't get the i think it's a good idea for bush jones to go to alabama as an analyst i think is good idea nick dave and to hire bush jones's an analyst birthday out because what look at what butch jones was good at you work with mobile quarterback central michigan and the natty he adds that and that got into tennessee job now we know we can't manage to program we know he let uh you know he gets rabbit ears and listen to everything that we're all thing all the time he's a little bit awkward and he has a hard time managing a bunch of stuff together right but you're gonna stick him in a closet at alabama you're gonna have and breakdowns film you're going to have and break down recruits film and he's gonna offer suggestion nick saving kinnock nor it new saving doesn't.
Opioid overdose among children nearly doubles
"Us welcome in the monday the number of children admitted to hospitals for opioid overdoses has nearly doubled since two thousand four a new study published today in the journal pediatrics found that the number of children admitted to hospitals for opioid overdose was about 1500 and four patient between 2012 in 2015 cnn says the researchers cautioned that many of these children likely overdosed after stumbling upon their parents prescription medications or lead author of the study says when they come in the kids are going to fall into one of two categories either their teenagers with intentional or drugs seeking behavior or their kids who got into their parents meds he said one of the shocking findings was that in the youngest children those under six years of age twenty percent of the ingestion were of methadone he says he sort of asked ask yourself where are they getting all this method fraught methadone is prescribed for the treatment of opioid withdrawal symptoms and also as a painkiller it's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news but in the academy awards attempted to celebrate it storied history and also atoned for some of the film industry's miss treatment of women and other groups and install gina me too and last year's mistaken envelope fiasco factored in heavily during last night star studded show which gave its top honor to the fantasy romance the shape of water and let faye dunaway in warren beatty have a redo presenting the best picture award in his opening monologue jimmy kimmel joked about last year's gaffe this year when you hear you name called don't get up right away frances mcdormand won best actress 43 three billboards outside ebbing missouri gary oldman won best actor for darkest hour the union representing west virginia teacher says it's strike begun february twenty second will extend at least through today if not longer after the state senate failed to pass the res teachers are holding out for striking teacher tanya mckinney moscow anything help them but cannot live on eight hundred.
Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88
"Five thousand customers are still without power in massachusetts over a million still without power throughout the northeast already cruiser the midwest heading here to help restore that power and students across massachusetts will get lectures from judges about the law and how the court system works have breaking news british running legend roger bannister has died soon cbs's larry miller looks back at the day that bannister made history in may 1954 on a cinder track in oxford england roger bannister became the first human to run a mile in under four minutes twentyfiveyearold medical student came from behind then after breaking the record fell exhausted into the arms of his coach oleg well i think i was very lucky although his record stood for just forty six days it's bannister who will be remembered he went on to become one of britain's top neurologist roger bannister was 88 larry miller cbs news london ninety of academy awards will be held this evening in los angeles and it seems host jimmy kimmel isn't shying away from last year's envelope gate mishap in a recent interview kimball said i wanted to happen again referring to last year's incident in which warren beatty and faye dunaway announced the wrong film as best picture based on kimmel's oscar promos a looks like producers of fine with poking fun at last year's gaffe tmz reports that beattie and dunaway will once again present the best picture oscar cbs's steve futterman previews the race for best picture there were nine nominees but two films appear to be the frontrunners the favourite is the shape of water a dark fantasy depicting the relationship between immutable men and an underwater creature i told you the princes without force what what put us the other film given the chances three billboards outside ebbing missouri the story of a mother seeking justice in the death of her daughters thousand first month here's a billboards i say another nominee is lady bird which tells the struggles of a teenage girl growing up in sacramento california i wanna go where culture in new york other nominees include get out dunkirk darkest hour look post phantom threads and call me by your name steve futterman cbs news another close golf force of skiers in.
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Watch
"Yeah yeah it so much i love that he knows is the books today is that you've got me started writing and in this so does red tech has there certainly columns from vva lot of james you know i still it's it's it's i'm going to those writers uh but yeah it's it's um um you know having a now the name what limited in that world how they would have to operate to exist in it uh need everything sort of have this weird contortion to it you know uh either there what what would like what room is there for women like glory adapt and who's soda and who's based on a real person um virginia hill who i ask you saw the warren beatty dogs he movie next to then be asked the are now banning she plays virginia hell but at the lynn reallife virginia how she was a attaches for the mob and she really you know she's really operated in that world and and was none trusted her um and so a so that was really fascinating to me but what you would have to do the your style to operate in that world as a woman a man is high not but as a woman that that just need everything feels very heightened which give me permission i think to heighten the language and the heightened it's either nicky boje more and more stylized in some ways it felt like five of the books also but also so much by movies you know on that that would move as fast the movie did everything you know and i and the tight end you like that you notice the score says he kind of cuts cuts cuts cut you know that kind of thing so i think that had an influence on the style well speaking of books.
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"This is of great yeah anybody's clamoring to get those uh who is that uh the lady emma stone yeah yeah yeah the lady in the rupiah's me that was not the right gulflink there there are other women john legend character i don't think there are other women in the movie she has friends in my own i have winds the manzini they'd on now no award el in award winner that will be was it sure was to him and when the biggest award of mall we'll now than i have i have news for you what breaking news what uh they they they took it away they strip now now now i clearly remember seeing on the oscars have mike la la land won a great i turn the television off safe in the knowledge that la la land one nine must be mistaken yeah who would know better you or warren beatty hm easter think his name was worn baby gone on a gone on record it was at one point but then he h doubt me undies makes feelgood undies your plight will be proud to wear there will be the most comfortable pair of underwear you'll ever own and check it out yourself go to me undies dot com slash guide tim these i'll tell you what my buddies is very proud to you've eve lung at a proud but yeah finally it has a reason because it causes butts weren me undies they have a tons of styles and patterns actually really like they have a like oh this the patterns you can tell it like i'm a conservative guy i'm like a little bit wilder like i'm a crazy man i'm a party animal can be some marty underwear uh yo with like wacky prints and stuff like that.
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"No fresh and i was talking about no no no no tom and talking about out a clyde barrow was very depressed there was due to his depression it may be a was uh but this is where uh the fbi and the designation public enemy came into uh into vogue is he really a public enemy fuses robbing one bank were as many banks um well the thing was like bonnie and clyde like the reason why there such a big pop culture figures is that when they started all this up people are like wow you these this sexy couple and you have to remember back then be via would if somebody looked at a betty boop sankoh's they you know word get a boehner so there is an area that i haven't and there is a very low threshold for sexiness um uh and there were likely this sexy couple uh the one guy looks like warren beatty for goodness sake yeah was it a young warren beatty no now he displayed him in the movie display a young warren beatty played him in a movie right uh hastening his name was warned baby warren beatty warren baby eddo isn't that victory when the dick tracy we we gave at it's like i'd like to see the movie a dick tracy stirring little face and warren baby it towfighi mumbles man that movie assault po they they've marketed all those awesome villains and then they all get killed in verse seen yeah dustin hoffman was mumbles yeah who is robert de niro mr big manner so mr big i think with name was a mr pick me uh but he went on think it was mr big you is something like a big behavior something three key no he was in a bunch of it though it but all the other guys that they didn't have big actors play they got but but that looked really cool yeah little face yeah and it didn't they all little phase me more had a big head than a little faciet as normal says phase yeah well that's what the technology allowed at the time um.
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Totally understand what being at what makes being dumb funny in oath him moments of be introduced their characters you know who they are yeah and i don't think dustin hoffman and warren beatty even knew who their characters were for awhile i think they do i mean the the the joke was always that they had that they had switched carrot and a joke the idea they'd switched characters so maybe they were trying to do their impressions of each other and they're just like really unflattering but that any sense is warren beatty is like you're saying his accent gets more and more southern as time goes on any such hostile to big clumsy guy he is like i would have liked it more it's the same thing we're in like faceoff as crazy as the movie is never really lives up till the promise of john travolta doing and nicholas cage impression and nicholas cage june a john travolta impression which it should have been near like they should at the but at but this one like maybe if they had played into that more like to literally play each other's characters like ann arbor sportsman faceoff when they're trying to trying to do impressions of each other yeah i think that'll end the best parts phase of ours nicholas cage is is the bad guy and hence as landing at the beginning and he's just like a crazy person minis of priest dancing in public a robbing a young girls but noone seems to note at like it's like he's herned invisible in that moment is that like at that moment noone seems to see him but this one girl in the choir and i kinda under like is here figment of her imagination and the rest of the movie is just her fever dream as he lies between life and death on a church choir trip so dan remedy the nimitr likes fruit heat speeches for hours that's all that means right i mean by the end july fruit yeah that's eyes on the cover of fruit lover magazine at dan so we jokes.
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"14yearold kids that he's just transfusing glow from where it's like it's just it's like the end of the prestige they he hit crumbles and dyes than they break in open another cana certain another mccartney comes the hurt smaller for the prestige onlooker is great man oh yeah yeah he's not even the rockstar that senate the so so for those scenes this movie is pointing a direction many that it's not my favorite type of comedy that it's like this movies ahead of its time and then it takes an an i i mean i'm like words unlike that it's trying to do something beyond some reason it alike like it feels so like it doesn't work for me i think like i feel like the characters are really established i don't know if it's because i do like i have trouble borrowing dustin hoffman and warren beatty as a couple of worldwide bumbling doofus is naitonal of it's because of seen them in so many of her moon it might be a like a character choices are usually the most part pretty saw you've seen dustin hoffman in lots of movies be could buy him as an artistic person in rainman yeah like this they're just they don't know how to play these characters they're not they're either there at a alternating moments that either not committing enough where they're playing the characters to serious and not funny worn babies accent gets significantly more like country india corn pollen throughout also this movie a commits the crime of bringing unheralded her her brennan as toilets on the movie hillary and herald came for basically uh seeing a yeah we know what other movie does that any hall and that's an amazing move as it's true but i guess what in the woman who played a liquor up at the woman who played.
"warren beatty" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"What movie court on bomb bomb two bomb bomb pom pom pom pom the plaintiff america they defended istar in 1987 film directed by laimais starring dustin hoffman warren beatty america says that this movie is really bad but some america says the movie is not that bad istar says hey i'm just a move me lem movie leave me alone a move fifth wheel it move me and you and you the judges on flop house movie court judge flop house presiding done done done turn decadent occurred queensland or contradict the room northern star toward other for is not a courtroom only punches below the sis well to the heavyweight crutch pledging match you boats in garages how is this a nightclub or its is this the might court can we do crazy magic tricks in the an park about multimillion it's a food court easy magic tricks yeah he wasn't doctor strange barron morteau at now this is a food court so we can only 10 of crappy pizza moon end lukewarm greasy chinese food nine uh so istar so easy to a movie about two guys one of his name warren beatty one of them is name dusting off characters are not in that begins with a smash cut guys does it be able to smash got it all know it does it begins with them that openly signal song over grid over the opening credits the opposite of a smash cut in that the audio is preparing us for what we're about to see.