30 Burst results for "Warren Beatty"

HBO Max Is Cutting Smoking From Old Movies

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:05 min | Last week

HBO Max Is Cutting Smoking From Old Movies

"To see this new thing, HBO is cutting back on costs. Okay, HBO Max. Try to save some money. So get this, they're taking cigarettes out of old movie posters. It's such a ridiculous move. They've been censoring cigarettes from certain really famous iconic movie posters that they display on their streaming site. Now I thought it was on a couple of years ago when I started to see. This movie contains graphic language just moving contains sex and smoking. I thought smoking. Why do we need them? Why don't we need that? Oh, warning people are smoking in this movie. All right. I don't know why that suddenly became the thing we have to warn people about. As if it's as bad as sex or so now not only are they warning you that smoking takes place in a movie, now they've gone and just taken the cigarettes or cigars out of actors hands on movie posters. Some people were on Twitter and they noticed, hey, you scrubbing cigarettes out of some very famous movie posters. Robert Altman's mccabe and misses Miller. The life and times of judge Roy bean, you got these Photoshop posters, you know, Warren Beatty and Paul Newman no longer hold cigarettes between their fingers, but instead they're just posing bizarrely with their hands in a certain position with the digits raised up in the air, staring off in a distance. That's better. You see they show the photo before and after? And it's outraging people. It's so stupid. It's ridiculous. 90% of the people who work at Warner Brothers are discovery. I bet they vape at their desk, a small snort Coke at lunch, and now we can't see a cigarette in someone's hand. I hate smoking, but it's part of the movie.

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Isaiah Washington Talk About His New Movie Corsicana

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:31 min | Last month

Isaiah Washington Talk About His New Movie Corsicana

"Isaiah. It's a real pleasure as always and I know that this film has been kind of a dream of yours to launch from the ground up. Talk a little bit about what makes this film different from perhaps the kind of routine fair that Hollywood puts out. Why are you excited about this film? I must say about the film is that it actually, for me, and I don't shy away from this. It actually is a godsend. I did not go into cross account originally prepared to direct this movie. Although, for my entire career, I always knew that the producer, the anonymous one, was the one that was actually building a house, that actually followed the blueprint and built a house on the ground up and actually would actually participate in net profit participation indefinitely. So my goal was always to be a producer. Never to be a director. And here's why. I thought that I wasn't worthy. I had already worked with Spike Lee. He was my God at the time. You know, he gave me this career for a time and set me up and Hollywood. We got the attention of Clint Eastwood. It was also considered to me I'm a huge fan that was my God. Michael Abd, Steven Soderbergh, Warren Beatty. I got spoiled early on in my career, watching these men call directors and they're great DPs, but unbeknownst to me. I was sitting at the table of greatness and got a chance to be a student up directing.

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Christa Helm Was Playing With Fire Before Her Murder

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:57 min | Last month

Christa Helm Was Playing With Fire Before Her Murder

"There was a thing back then, make yourself relevant, go to the right parties, you'll make it. And when she went to these parties, she made people like Warren Beatty. She met Mick Jagger. She met the Shah of Iran. And she made a man named Bernie cornfield. His name you'd never think stands out within Jagger Beatty and the Shah. Iran, but Bernie kleinfeld had at a time in LA. Now Chris the helm slept but he was a guy who was in money to finance here. But Krista slept with some of the men and women she met along the way. Word like that gets around. Her sex life probably would have been irrelevant except for the fact that she kept a not so secret love diary filled with the names of people she screwed, even a rating system. This is never a good idea. Writing shit down on paper may make the wrong guy nervous. So instead of keeping that information private, she would talk about her diary and the secret tape recording she made with many of her friends. And some of her friends warned her, you got to be careful. You know, people don't want to be in these recordings. They don't want to know about this, man. This is very dangerous. One of her friends was really adamant about it and she knew it was dangerous and she thought Christa was playing with fire, especially because people believed the famed seeking actress was getting ready to blackmail some of her lovers. That's desperation. At some point, Christie tells her friend that she'd gotten into something deep and she needed to stay off the radar for a while. This is February 12th, 1977, 5 days before she was killed before her dead body is found outside of her agent's home in West Hollywood. And given the fact that she had multiple stab wounds, authorities believed it was a crime of passion. That the murderer probably knew helm. Didn't make the case any easier though, as several people might have wanted to kill a due to her complicated life.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

04:53 min | 4 months ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"Did he? Yeah, and then he turned into it. It was like, it would be like if I became a security guard at the airport. Because that has been my only acting role. And granted, his was recurring. But I was on Murphy Brown as a security as an airport security guard. And it would be like if I decided to do that for a living because that's what Hollywood is. And Hollywood saw him as a right-wing shit wit. And so he said to himself, they're right. And now $200 million later, it's all working out for him. I wonder if there will ever be a Joe Rogan documentary. Do you think there has to be? I bet there's one in the works right now, don't you? Oh my God. I would think so. And when you told me that this guy liked to be filmed, I was reminded of another documentary I saw, which was a Madonna documentary where Warren Beatty was in it. Oh yeah, it was came out in the 90s. Right, it was a long time ago, yeah. Yeah, she was on tour and at one point there was like the director of somebody said to Madonna because Warren Beatty was in the green room, they were dating, I guess. And truth or dare. Truth or dare. As a documentary and the director of somebody or somebody behind the camera said, do you want me to turn the camera off and Warren Beatty goes, she never wants you to turn the camera off. Don't be ridiculous. And I thought that was my favorite part of that particular movie. He said a lot. He said a lot, and they did not work out. And now what is the devil's playground? Oh my God. Again, I watched this one a couple times. Okay. This is so this one isn't so much, I don't know, is it a cult? It's Amish Ness, occult. I don't know. I don't know. I always think that there's a certain amount of credibility if it's like eventually Scientology. I mean, it's been around for 50 years. There are children that were raised in it. Yes. And what? Devil's playground is that the one you said was where they get to go out and because there was an episode I think of either castle or bones or NCIS, one of those sort of or Law & Order, right, where the kid is killed, he's out on his devil's ground here. Yeah. What's it called? Room Springer? Room Springer. Right, and then Law & Order is like, well, we have to solve this crime. And yeah. So, yes, room Springer is that's what devil's playground is about. It's about the thing in, I don't know if all Amish cultures do this, but Amish people are Christians, and they don't believe, again, this is according to the film. To the documentary. Yes. It was a documentary. They don't they believe that in order to you can not make an informed decision to become a Christian to follow the lord until you are older and you have to make that decision yourself. And so yeah, even as much as I know of it, which I know from essentially an episode of bones or Law & Order, it sounds like a fair thing to do. Yeah, if you're going to raise a kid in a religion, you had to go to college. To learn what else might happen. But if you decide you don't want to do it, then you get shunned. Oh, she could never.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Most unforgettable moments. The united do the butt. Let's see it. You go going close. She had our jaws dropping and our rump shaking when she put her back filled in motion during the butt dance at last year's Oscars. Our next memorable moment is courtesy of Ellen DeGeneres, Jane law, Julia Roberts, Brad and Angelina and a ton of other celebs who decided to take a selfie mid show in 2014. Look at us. Speaking of Angie, she stole all the attention on the 2012 red carpet with that now iconic leg pop. This moment. So much bigger. Than me. And this historical moment still gives us chills. In 2002, Halle Berry became the first and still the only African American woman to win best actress. Halle 20 years since that epic win. Is there something that still crosses your mind or makes you giggle a little bit from that day? That I remember none of it. I was having an out of body experience. Let's not forget the stars who got some attention. They didn't want. Please welcome the wickedly talented one and only at the end of the year. We will never get over John Travolta flubbing Idina Menzel's name. Our Jennifer Lawrence falling up the stairs on the way to accept her award. You guys are just standing up because you feel bad that I found. The one of the most unforgettable moments of all time. La La Land. Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were given the wrong category envelope in 2017 and announced La La Land as the best picture when it was actually moonlight. No, there's a mistake. Moonlight, you guys won best picture. Y'all. Y'all..

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"warren beatty" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:25 min | 6 months ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Blockbusters. I think that makes sense. Well, and I think referring to it as a crowning achievement does make a lot of sense. This was kind of a coronation for Spielberg in a lot of ways where he had been making great movies for a long time, but suddenly kind of got his laurels Oscar wise. So it's also somewhat of a career achievement. And also he had that sort of not that his films before hadn't been personal in a way. But I think the way this was marketed for him like a personal story as well really helps in that sense. Yeah. So in the number three slot is a movie I know all four of us love moonlight. It's directed by Barry Jenkins and won best picture in 2017. Way to go in that famous moment when Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty erroneously said that La La Land won best picture. I think that made this feel like even more of a triumph. What do you guys think of moonlight coming in at three? Absolutely delighted. As you know, Steven because you were with me and Glenn, we were all together. The moment when this got misread and then correctly read at the Oscars was maybe the best moment at the Oscars ever. Yeah. I'm not sure the la La La Land producers would agree. Well no, but here's the thing. And this would go back to my argument for parasite, which is that one thing that it is valid to say best, best picture winner is what's the best story of a movie winning best picture. To me, the fact that La La Land had had all this momentum and people had really had the sense it maybe it was going to win, including over the course of that evening. And the thing with the Oscars is it's so often it does feel disappointing because it feels so on rails. When something happens that you just know immediately is just a huge mess, it is so invigorating. Just watching all those people, there is a moment in that sequence where you see some person running across the stage and you just know it's not clear yet, but panic has begun to set in and someone is running across the staff. It's a great story. And that's aside from the fact that it's a beautiful movie. We talked at the time about what a beautiful movie it is. It is richly deserving. It also just happens to be a fantastic Oscar night story as well. Yeah, and as much as I stumped for giant productions and spectacle, there is something about a different kind of technical skill being channeled into something this specific, the ache of this movie, the longing of it, the power of it. There's a scene where two of the characters walk to a car in a parking lot outside a diner that is just vibrating with possibility and a king longing. It's saying this film changes you. I remember we saw this film together a bunch of us did anyway. We were on tour, PCH tour. I think we were in LA and we walked out of that theater. I was struck with awe for the first time in a long time. It changes you. Yeah, I remember the first time I heard about this film, was a few months before and I had a friend who was working at 8 24. And he was like, yeah, we have this movie from Barry Jenkins. And I was like, oh, yeah, I know he made medicine for melancholy. I really love that movie. And he was like, yeah, this is going to be a really great movie. And people tell you that, and especially people who are working on a film, okay, sure. And then I saw it and I was like, holy crap, this is absolutely took my breath away. I saw it three times in theaters. I feel like part of why this is so high is recency bias. We've got to count for that. Of course. But I do think that it is going to hold up. It already has held up 5, 6 years later. And the sheer feat of this movie winning, it being the first movie that had an all black cast. And it wasn't about racism. And it was just a small story. There's no franchise elements to it. It was based off of a play, previous work, but it wasn't this franchise movie. I just think it's such a beautiful story. And I'm so glad that Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty got it wrong in the direction instead of the other direction, 'cause that would have been like incredibly heartbreaking. All right, well, I think we can agree great pick. I really like our number two pick as well. It is the oldest movie.

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The Canceling of Conservatives in Hollywood

The Larry Elder Show

01:13 min | 8 months ago

The Canceling of Conservatives in Hollywood

"I think I told you about the story when some years ago a scout locator came to my house and said we're going to film a movie next door to your house. We like to use your property for catering services. So we negotiated a deal to do that. And the day they were shooting and they never saw a film being shot before, I'm on my front steps watching them shoot. The film was starring Antonio Banderas. And who's the actress is married to Warren Beatty? Mister McConnell, advent, thank you. And by the way, I had an interesting conversation with Antonio Banderas. He had a Terry cloth, white Terry cloth robot, smoking a cigarette, sitting in my driveway, where I were having a chat. It's kind of interesting. So as I'm on my step watching them film, the head of the catering services comes over to me, and we start talking, he tells me he enjoys a show and so forth, but nobody could hear it because we so far away. So about 6 months later I get a phone call from him while I'm on the show. And he said, Larry, you remember me? I was at your house and came up to your steps. We were talking. I said, yes, he said I haven't worked since then. I said, what do you mean? He said, well, no one could tell what we were talking about, but clearly because I came over to you. It was obvious that I'm a fan of yours. I haven't worked since then.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:25 min | 11 months ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"How cool he was, how open he was, how we talked about sex and how he just let the chips fall where they May and discussed everything. He didn't try to bang anybody. He wasn't rude. He was a gentleman, although the girls were very turned on. He was turned on too. But it all ended nicely. And I bring this up because there's an article in the paper, some idiot reporter is calling Pete Davidson the Warren Beatty of his era. The fact that he's allegedly dating Kim Kardashian obviously was the big, the big grenade pin to pull to write this article, that makes him the big lothario of all time, the fact that he had a string of pretty ladies in the last two years, Kate Beckinsale, Ariana Grande, kaia Gerber, Cassie Davis, if you want to include her as a looker, Margaret qualley, I don't think she qualifies as a looker either. She's about as sexy as a two by ten, but you know, either way, celebrities, actresses, blah, blah, blah. And also one other chip. Bridgerton, some chick in one of those stuffy shows I can't watch. So look, he may seem like an unlikely Romeo. You know, the paper said, he's not overly handsome or cool. He's in the painful process of having his mess of tattoos more than 100, remove with lasers to help him win acting roles, and he's a pothead. And all this is why some of the world's most attractive women just can't get enough of him. In a world jam with narcissists imposes creeps and phonies, Pete is refreshingly real. He's the star we need right now. Oh, please stop star. Star we need. He's on SNL. Warren Beatty was not only gorgeous, but charming and usually talented a writer director actor producer. Pete Davidson walks around in a vintage T-shirt and high top sneakers with no socks with a cigarette or a joint hanging out of his mouth.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Because there's an article in the paper, some idiot reporter is calling Pete Davidson the Warren Beatty of his era. The fact that he's allegedly dating Kim Kardashian obviously was the big, the big grenade pin to pull to write this article, that makes him the big lothario of all time, the fact that he had a string of pretty ladies in the last two years, Kate Beckinsale, Ariana Grande, kaia Gerber, Cassie Davis, if you want to include her as a looker, Margaret qualley, I don't think she qualifies as a looker either. She's about as sexy as a two by ten, but you know, either way, celebrities, actresses, blah, blah, blah. And also one other chip. Bridgerton, some chick in one of those stuffy shows I can't watch. So look, he may seem like an unlikely Romeo. You know, the paper said, he's not overly handsome or cool. He's in the painful process of having his mess of tattoos more than 100, remove with lasers to help him win acting roles, and he's a pothead. And all this is why some of the world's most attractive women just can't get enough of him. In a world jam with narcissists imposes creeps and phonies, Pete is refreshingly real. He's the star we need right now. Oh, please stop star. Star we need. He's on SNL. Warren Beatty was not only gorgeous, but charming and usually talented a writer director actor producer. Pete Davidson walks around in a vintage T-shirt and high top sneakers with no socks with a cigarette or a joint hanging out of his mouth. Give me a

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Pete Davidson Is No Warren Beatty

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:40 min | 11 months ago

Pete Davidson Is No Warren Beatty

"Because there's an article in the paper, some idiot reporter is calling Pete Davidson the Warren Beatty of his era. The fact that he's allegedly dating Kim Kardashian obviously was the big, the big grenade pin to pull to write this article, that makes him the big lothario of all time, the fact that he had a string of pretty ladies in the last two years, Kate Beckinsale, Ariana Grande, kaia Gerber, Cassie Davis, if you want to include her as a looker, Margaret qualley, I don't think she qualifies as a looker either. She's about as sexy as a two by ten, but you know, either way, celebrities, actresses, blah, blah, blah. And also one other chip. Bridgerton, some chick in one of those stuffy shows I can't watch. So look, he may seem like an unlikely Romeo. You know, the paper said, he's not overly handsome or cool. He's in the painful process of having his mess of tattoos more than 100, remove with lasers to help him win acting roles, and he's a pothead. And all this is why some of the world's most attractive women just can't get enough of him. In a world jam with narcissists imposes creeps and phonies, Pete is refreshingly real. He's the star we need right now. Oh, please stop star. Star we need. He's on SNL. Warren Beatty was not only gorgeous, but charming and usually talented a writer director actor producer. Pete Davidson walks around in a vintage T-shirt and high top sneakers with no socks with a cigarette or a joint hanging out of his mouth. Give me a

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"warren beatty" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"That's why i mentioned the ethics stuff at the top. Like he became famous again girl and then batman happens and his you know he's buried. He's got kids but he is completed. This incredible hollywood comeback. And at some time at some point. You kinda lose your way a little bit. And i think he lost his way a little bit with this filmmakers side. Because i know as i talked about i've obviously have interacted with them at times but in that. Oh eight to two thousand twelve range. It was like somebody going back to ground zero rocky rocky. Three of like. I've got to go back to what got me in this business. I love movies. I want to start making them. I wanna start telling stories. And then he just became too famous again. And i think we've seen that happen with some people. I it didn't stop warren beatty. He's still directed movies and kept making them I really hope he makes another one. I would love to see another movie. I mean he was originally going to direct the batman movie that he was going to star collapse. Well he he's in. He's in batman versus superman. Which we don't have to talk about. But then he was going to make his own batman movie which i think was probably the carrot dangled in front of him also like he might just be a guy look. Damon does the same thing. We're demons made four born movies and affleck was was off making these batman movies and maybe he convinced himself he was gonna get to execute his creative vision as like the director of batman. But i it's a shame because like i do think that warren beatty is a perfect comparison. Where he just has a popular sensibility. But like a real filmmakers. I and the cool thing about the town and argo is his performances. In those movies are much different than the person he was in armageddon and boiler room and shit like that like he is completely turn down and turned off that part of his movie star part and has gotten into just being like..

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Kathleen Turner Dripped With 80's Sexual Energy

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Kathleen Turner Dripped With 80's Sexual Energy

"Yeah, Kathleen Turner hot stuff. And she went on a hell of a run after that film. She was the 80s. Princes on her Peggy Sue got married. Romancing the stone, the war of the roses, but after that femme fatale role in body heat, she obviously became sexual target every guy in Hollywood made a run at it. She doesn't say who she slept with or she never has over the years she acts like nobody got to her bullshit. I bet every one of them did, but all of the years she's dropped hints at how she was basically open season. In fact, when she did war of the roses with Michael Douglas, he told it that and romancing this film, he told it that Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty all had a competition as to who would get to her first. I know this to be true. Both those guys admitted as much to me. 'cause I used to love talking girls with those guys. But Nicholson told me that he and Kathleen worked together on prince's honor and one night he invited some people in the cast and crew back to his house up on mulholland drive and Jack couldn't do much with Kathleen Turner because prince's honor also starred as girlfriend Angelica Houston and her daughter and it was directed by her father John Houston. So he couldn't do much. But he knew Warren Beatty wanted Kathleen China. So he sent to turn around the house, why don't you call Warren and tell him I don't have a corkscrew. She's like, why? He goes, you'll see how fast he gets here. And you know, caffeine trying to likes to go on interviews and say, well, there was an unspoken assumption that women were property to be claimed, but I can tell you didn't happen. Well, I can tell you she did an object too much to keep Warren or Jack away, okay?

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Cancel Culture Gets the Golden Globes

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Cancel Culture Gets the Golden Globes

"Now we all got to figure out what we're going to do now that the Golden Globes has been canceled, guys. I mean, they're not going to air the show. Next year, it's not going to be on TV. Yeah, so the big hypocritical news out of Hollywood is that they've had it. With the Hollywood foreign press association for not having enough black people in the organization. And when I say not enough, I mean absolutely none. No black writers, but the Hollywood foreign press. They can do better than that. Seriously. But how come it took this long for all these Hollywood social justice warriors to see this? You think they never knew this? Oh, they're making up for it now. No black people. No TV coverage. That's the way it's going to go. Period. We need systemic serious systemic reform. They mean business. That's the fucking word again. Systemic. The use of this word is systemic. So no, Netflix and Amazon were the first organizations to say, we're not going to be involved with this group. And that led WarnerMedia to follow suit and before you know it, the awards will not be televised. And that, honestly, it kind of sucks. I do love the awards show and awards season. I've always been fucking gay for these things. Not as much as I used to be Christ. I used to be insane about it. Now I'm like, oh, these idiots, I have a good time making fun of them. But I still enjoy the glamour, even though there's not much glamour left. I still want to see Warren Beatty and Jack Nicholson in the old timers, but no one cares about them anymore. So it kind of sucks for anyone who's a fan of Hollywood award shows because the globes were always the award show where the stars were relaxed and actually got a little buzz. They made crazy speeches. They had fun. You know, Ricky Gervais would come on and rip people's asses. I loved

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"warren beatty" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Program Observer just asked me so I gotta open line Friday Question. How can anybody Tom Brady's age? Be so damn good. How can he still be better than anybody else playing the game at age 43? I said Look, it up. Answer is kinesiology. What did you say? Passion. How passion, passion smashing that's not extended from sunny South Florida. It's open wine Friday, I will guarantee you That Ben Wrap this burger has the same amount of passion of Brady has doesn't have the same kinesiology. You gotta look it up. And any rate I am the big voice on the right household name in all four corners of the world. Great to be with you. It's open line Friday. Look, I'm being half serious about kinesiology. I just thought of a one word answer, but it is a factor. There's no question that it is. Some people are freaks of nature and you and you can't You don't know who they're gonna be. You can't identify them, Warren, Baby. Warren Beatty. In many ways, the freak Of nature anyway,.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You can go Every four games. If you want try to make it better with math, but go back to late September. No that feels like a long time ago, especially in this year that finally is over. Member. All the conversation, the outrage that Russell Wilson had never received a single and VP vote. Let Russ cook at had them the M V P right now. Well, he's not gonna be top three. It's Roger's Mahomes. Alan. Maybe Alan is the runner up thinking that if we're just gonna get into the lame sports talk radio construct of value who's more valuable than Josh Allen? But the issue for Seattle has been at the beginning of the year. They had a defense that was on pace to give up the most yards in NFL history. That's why Russ was doing so much. Well as the season has evolved. That defense is actually gotten fairly formidable. And Russell Wilson has been much more human. So I'm not sold on Seattle. We're gonna talk about Tom Brady and Drew Brees and they're out looking into the post season coming up in the next hour. My issue with New Orleans is Breeze. Looks like he's older than Garret Writ. Looks like he's 145 years old. He should be in a body cast. And yes, he's gonna have Mike Thomas getting healthy and coming back and Alvin Kamara is just so dynamic. So I do think there's major separation between Green Bay and everybody else. And what do we make of the ramps? Is this going to be a heaven can wait moment. Where was Warren Beatty when you need him coming off the sideline. Maybe he will embody John Woolford. Put it this way. God has been so bad if Wolf Fur doesn't throw a pick and Cliff Kingsbury and exactly Vince Lombardi.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Is the second drug is human drive. They're claiming, but we have to do it. The greater good is served. Bye, Biasing The news now because of the incredible threat that Donald Trump poses, That's what they told themselves. That prom pose is this terrible, terrible threat and therefore In an extreme circumstance like this. Out enough censorship is necessary. The kind of thing that you think that they would have said in the middle of a World war. Back to the column. David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, wrote the definitive call to arms on this soon after Trump took office in a peace that claimed the country had entered a state of emergency. And that full scale resistance was required for Jota lists. That meant being fair to both sides went out the window. Once the media and tech companies have saved the country from Trump's Fourth Reich. The argument goads The resistance will surrender its arms and go back to being fair minded standard bearers for truth. Put aside for a moment. The idea But what was normal before President Trump was media objectivity? If you believe that I have a few 1000 Barack Obama hagiography is to tell sell you But even a return to the actual status quo. Ante 2015 is fanciful. For one thing. The old guard of these organizations who did at least operate to some recognizable standards are being eclipsed. Newsrooms are now hostage, too narrow minded, post teenage social justice warriors who have no time for the idea. That there might be an alternative to their own Maoist ideology. Forget objectivity. Journalism journalists have a moral purpose. If they do all the Democrats accountable. You can bet it will not be to the standards of, say. The median voter it will be to the demands of critical race theory woke norms and climate extremism. And all along their allies in the tech companies will use their even greater power to keep to a minimum descending voices. But even more important Then the ambitions of the new Jack opens in the news rooms is The new business model by which these companies operate. It used to be the news organizations were dependent on advertising for their revenue. But since that went to digital giants, newspapers especially have become increasingly dependent on subscribers willing to pay a few $100 a year. They have become essentially membership clubs of like minded people. Interesting. Membership clubs of like minded people. A point that Baker's making Here is newspaper subscribers are by and large the people who have drank the Kool Aid the people that are true believers to their side. A point he makes is that the people who are paying for a New York Times subscriptions Don't want fairness and objectivity. The people who are paying for New York Times subscriptions I liberals who want to be fed a biased liberal live. Again. He's the former editor of The Wall Street Journal, spent his career in the news business he would know wherever he speaks back to his column. Those members won't take kindly to being told the Democrats they support are flawed or corrupt or dub. So don't think a defeat of President Trump will return the media to some kind of golden age of news reporting, if whatever existed Having tasted victory. Why would they stop there? You know, this reminds me of, by the way, just a few moments away from the ball fortune cash contest texted word. If you read any of the historical Pieces on the revolution in Cuba. After Castro raunchy gerbera overthrew the Batista government in Silwan. And began imposing martial law and putting their country in a brutal dictatorship. The early rationalize ear's on the left here in the United States was saying, Oh, don't worry. They're only doing this is a temporary mechanism until they bring things under control if they don't take these extreme actions. Batista people, the money powers would simply come back and knock a ball off. Freedom never came back to Cuba. Half a century later, the same thing was going on here We are 2020 60 years later. Cuba's as repressive as ever. You watched the old Warren Beatty movie Reds. Warren Beatty in Thank you. About the Russian revolution in the late 19 hundreds. The Bolsheviks and all that. Warren Beatty played Jack Reed, the American Journalist and author and sympathizes with Communists to report on this incredible popular movement in which the Communists overthrew the Russian czars. So wide eyed is so wonderful. Okay, We have to do a little bit of repressing to make sure we keep our power. But once we get control of the lobby, piece of love and freedom Entire history of the Soviet Union. It just got more and more and more repressive. Stalin and come around until 20 years later. He really crack you really kicked butt, didn't he? Don't think for a moment that aside that has totally controlled information and stop you from thinking what you wanted to think and silence the rest of us. They're ever gonna let it up. Because well, we don't have to anymore because now Trump is gone. You will always be another thread around the quarter. Supposed Biden wins. There's the 2022 elections in the republic. Oh, my God, that could take the congress back at all This. We've got to preserve our power. Got to slap this time We got to stop this stuff. I got to slap this doubt. It's kind of like Trump in reverse the board they win, the more they'll win..

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"warren beatty" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"His CIA codename Condo in the next seventy, two hours almost everyone he trusts will try to kill him a bookish CIA researcher finds all his Co. work is dead and must outwit those responsible until he figures out who he can really trust. You know what I was GonNa make some sort of joke like this one, a C on my cam letter grade for letterbox synopsys. Could give this one, a C for Condor. But you know what that would just be if I were to do that now I would just be. For the sake of being smug I actually think this one's pretty effective I'll give it a B plus. I think a complete Heim run but it's to the point and doesn't give too much away, which is what I really look forward and things. Yeah I it's effective. Whoever wrote that good job thank you. I appreciate it. As we said last week neither of Sane this film going into this week. So we're not GONNA do all usuals of previous thoughts on the film. What we're GONNA do is go straight into the background and then we'll talk about the film itself when guest joins us later, which means this over to you cam for a little bit of behind the scenes. Yes, three days of the Condor is a movie that despite being a very highly regarded entry in the spy genre, it's back story in terms of the production is actually fairly minor like it seems like it was just a well oiled machine that. They got the right people together and it happened. But what really kind of got the ball rolling with this movie was D- writer. James. Grady wrote the novel. It was his debut novel six days of the condor, not three days six days it was more expanded in novel form. I would say and the rights to it were snapped up by Dino, delores, and producer Stanley Schneider and the idea would be that they were going to make this film as a Warren Beatty vehicle and it would be directed by a guy named Peter Yates. Now Peter Yates is not a name that has really I, think. Had A lot of longevity in terms of us. Making instant connections with what he's done. But Peter Yates directed the Steve McQueen classic bullet as well as the one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty s sword and sorcery film crawl which I know a lot of people have a Lotta time for crawl. Are you one of those people Scott I mean before we did this I was hosting a one man podcast. Cool. Crawl hats. Didn't go anywhere unfortunately knowing that. It didn't go anywhere kind of like the movie crawl..

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"warren beatty" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

"That they were at the studios. Yeah I couldn't find how long they were there. So it was probably like a blinking you mystic kind of thing. Know. So we were just talking about superheroes at the park I think that there were two other superheroes that very much bear mentioning. I'm saying Superheroes tongue-in-cheek because I could not believe I guess I. could because of what they hoped it would become but. Do you remember? Dick Tracy. Tracy. Tracy Johnke diamond has just been stolen from the museum. I'm on my way and his diamond double cross spectacular thirty minute production. which was based on the film starring Warren Beatty and Madonna that they thought was going to be like the next big franchise. They, you know this is a film that dizzy put a lot of money and marketing power behind the The even got this This particular project in terms of the diamond double show into the theater stars very quickly because this was part of this launching of the the Disney decade and they only had it here but they had a show that was performed at video palace in Disney land. But these they were both very, very short lived Um I know. The Walt Disney world one lasted less than a year and I think the Disneyland one lasted even less time. I think we did a show where we looked at some of the extinct stage shows of Walt. Disneyworld I'll put a link to it or just you can search for it in your podcast. APP, on the WTO website, we talk a little more. About, dictate Tracy and the diamond double-cross show. But did you also know that there was another stunt show a small one that came about in nineteen ninety-five to promote another film and that took place on the New York area back lot a few times a day it was not made by Disney it was a character that was completely licensed from Morgan. Creek. Productions. And it.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This is happening. This is happening. Right now she's making fun of Listen. It wasn't she was great in it for what she was given, but I think she said some points on like all poor thing. Now this is the one movie where she says the F word. Her whole career. She's talking about how swans are monogamous, but ducks are not. And she's basically saying that her nephew who is Warren Beatty, in the movie that he is a duck, and that has not monogamous and so, But she says blank a duck if you want a blank a duck. But she doesn't even really say the f part of it because she knows she's so mortified that she has to say this on film. I will say Garry Shandling is funny in the movie. So it all comes down to this. They agreed to meet up at the Empire State Building in what in three months to the day to the time because boy, that's not a trumpet, you know. Stop it right now. McClane You need to acknowledge fake news. Fake news, McClane? This movie that it's based on was the creator of this trope. So yes, now it's tired and overused. But this source material for this movie was the first one to actually do this. Say fake news. Fake news. All right, so this wasn't a twist. So what happens is that he goes there. She's on her way. They both broken up with their Respective lovers to be together forever, So he's up there waiting for her, and she doesn't make it because she's hit by a car outside. Oh, no, he thinks she never shows up for the rest of the movie. He thinks that she just didn't care and and then he runs into her again. And then she's not telling him that she's been paralyzed from the waist down and is in Sitting on her couch but doesn't get up. That wasn't a twist Twist is if the audience is surprised by the plot point that wasn't previously revealed to them. This is just one character doesn't know about a detail about the other one. That's dumb. You know, Linus romantic at all? No. Why is that? Not a reason to be with somebody Just because you're in a wheelchair on Lex. She didn't want to be judged for her. Oh, no, I get that for her for her. Something she couldn't help help it. My, my. So what? So just finds out in the end the end, you know, because he's an ex Santer and probably, I guess so. He's a painter. And, you know, he painted this picture of her in Fiji. She finds it at a restaurant. He just sold it to some restaurant. So she buys the painting. He finds out where she lives goes to her house around Christmas and kind of there's this. Oh, God, it's candy. I don't even want to hear myself talk anymore. Yes, they're together forever at the ups. I just she Caesar at the theater lacks the painting. Will you just gave it away? To this because he was so just heart broke and he's like, I don't want this any more. I don't know how the woman at the restaurant go. God. Oh, wow. Anyway, don't have against love, love. Just liketo love people to see this and be like, Oh, I love at first sight. It's lust You don't know the person You've only known them for, like, six hours on a ship. Let's get real here. I don't want people to do this and then end up marrying eight people in their lives, because every person that just tickles their fancy for a few seconds on an airplane than they're goingto break up their marriage. I know some guys like probably learn different films like this guys that will leave their family on Christmas morning. Those paper guy D minus for this one on ly because Katherine Hepburn is in it, and she's a legend. Yeah, It's a beautiful school are so she did sound like an old cat in time. If I'm gone, What does an old cat sound like like cancer effort? It is a bleep like a dark and a little angry that turns out I can't believe you made fun of capital. Sorry. I just I had had it at that point. It is eight is 8 43 when we come back, dawn takes her aggression out. Not on me. But on Alexis.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"But I'm telling you if you go to Netflix right now, I swear if you liked white lines that this, you know the recommendation so many recommendations about all these Spanish and all these other there's the soap Upper Salazar Salazar. Whatever they're going to be called Tele novellas, those like a sow Bella Bella, but they're all sexy and their oil around surrounded around like Male stripper that went away Tio he from the rich family. I mean, there's a lot of steamy, sexy things on Netflix right now. Yes, I know that. I know that. I mean, they're getting their upping their international skin game as it was. There's a new documentary on HBO. I think in your skin or something, and sort of Were in something. It's about sex and nudity and and on on film and just got its some kind of a documentary. That I think just started. Maybe on HBO camera. We'll have to look it up. But if you're if you're wanting some ideas, all right, if you want some others like I was very happy when you know we got to go, But I watch shampoo with Casey had never seen it before. In Peter's one from seventies was Warren Beatty and Julie Christie and Julie Christie was so beautiful that you know it's so hot. They do the liberties in the seventies. They did have liberties with language don't have anymore, and with Four eyes and sacks. Who's way more sexy kind of? Yeah, hurry. Listen, we'll be right back. My talk 1071. Great. So learning our Rex. He has seven metre wide locations right now. Plus, they're doing the one on one virtual training which people are loving and now it's kind of a time. I know that there's so much uncertainty out there, you know teachers, and I know parents who have kids who are in school right now in the border we going to do And how is it going to look and I was gonna feel, But what does this mean long term? And so this is probably a really good time with, you know, not so many activities and things that would interrupt one on one brain training, but learning axis here for you right now, you can just have the one our assessment..

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"warren beatty" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on KOMO

"And I will be Donald Trump third behind no matter who Elizabeth Warren Beatty Joe Biden's linked off before the voting even finished airing concurs ski ABC news Manchester Mandiri Yang and Michael Bennett both dropped out of the race on Tuesday at least for prosecutors are stepping away from Roger stone's case after the department of justice overruled the sense that they had recommended for president trump's long time friend stone convicted of lying to Congress witness tampering and obstruction president trump calling it a miscarriage of justice on Twitter prosecutors had originally recommended a lengthy sentence arguing stone tampered with a witness for months but a justice department spokesman later called their recommendation extreme and excessive and maintains the decision to reverse the recommendation came before the president's tweets ABC's Andrew timbered in Washington a refinery fire at an Exxon facility in baton Rouge Louisiana still burning Verband Mohammed is a student at nearby Southern University this is what life is like this the plan was using goal line no injuries reported actor jussie Smollett indicted for a second time on charges of lying to police about a racist attack in Chicago you're listening to ABC news more news good morning art Sanders now your top stories from the commode twenty four seven news center specially lectured here in our state last night proposition wanted to calm of five hundred thirty five million dollar bond to replace and repair schools and to come a public school district wins with a two to one margin the admin school district is asking voters to approve a six hundred million dollar bond in ninety six million dollar replacement levy that's the highest amount of money the district has ever asked for both of those are passing stay with a comma news network as we track the latest numbers coming in from our special election all four suspects police say were involved in the death of a Pierce county deputy have not been prosecuted Daniel McCartney was shot and killed while responding to a home invasion in two thousand eighteen one of the suspects took his own life that night in two others already imprisoned that Samantha Jones the alleged ringleader has changed her plea to guilty as for the middle of the range which is twenty six years the prosecutor key when lan says she could be sentenced to as much as thirty years now your como traffic.

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Buck Henry Dies: ‘The Graduate’ Writer, ‘Get Smart’ Co-Creator & Early ‘SNL’ Favorite Was 89

All Things Considered

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"warren beatty" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A hold of yourself I get crazy when I talk about Madonna anyway what does this guy who hates the press doesn't like being photographed you know and you just want to stay out of the public eye and just do is acting in a motor and went awards and stuff what does he do he starts dating the biggest star on the planet who is followed by hundreds and hundreds of cameras all the time so that's when the crap hit the fan he ended up in jail a bunch of times they had a very volatile relationship and they ended up getting getting married and the stories about that marriage it was it was obviously a very rocky rocky marriage but like the the public spectacle of it was yeah I mean it was one of the biggest things in the eighties absolutely one of the biggest things that and they were I don't know I think they were married for three years something like that and then they ended up getting a divorce and then in the movie truth or dare the documentary concert slash concert film they're playing truth or dare her in the dam in her her dancers and for her crew are outside playing truth or dare yes and they asked her who her true love is it was in nineteen ninety one and she goes Sean if you remember the partridge area yeah Sean well isn't that neat she was dating Dick Tracy addition big Dick Tracy at the time Warren Beatty okay we're gonna break for by the way the scenes the scene with Warren Beatty in that movie are spectacular there's another guy doesn't want to be on camera at all yeah but it was I just thought the decision that John made champagne made at that time was like yeah you know what I'm gonna take the biggest pop star the biggest star on the planet right now who by the way the camera she does love loves the attention she faked an accent for me okay all right let's take a break we have more sibling rivalries will wrap that up here on WG and then we can talk about movies that ended people's careers after two thirty and there's been a lot of them so they're movies that ended actors careers if you want to jump in on that three one two nine eight one seven two hundred or if you want to jump in on the we as we wrap up.

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"warren beatty" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"warren beatty" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He's got it all going on it the cha cha tag the vaguely Caribbean tropical feel Bryan Ferry mixes it up for what a Wonderful World the song book a W. NYC. Leonard Slatkin is alive and well. Andre president according to slack in. would have laughed at the Emmys flub from last week they were doing in memoria in the wrong photo was superimposed. over the. tribute to a trade president. poor Leonard Slatkin. is the at home we'll have a beer with his family watching the Emmys and hold on a second a mild somebody take my pulse. stuff like that happens. have a sit down conversation with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway sometime right anyway Andre press somebody that we will remember formally and informally as he takes a casual jazz approach to Jerome Kern's old man river the song book on W. NYC. he. the lovely take on I can dream can't I any Lennix old man river. Andre president the song book on W. NYC on the radio in the fifties Bing Crosby don't blame me. falling in love with you. I'm under use. but how can I help it. dawn blue. can choose. when you do this. you do. the threat. that I'm. if that dog no. online. Blaine. sweet as a kid this can be a. blame all your which. the bells in my..

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Talent is More Important Than Resources

The Tech Guy

02:14 min | 3 years ago

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

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Ben Affleck Had Been 'Drinking Alone for Days' Before Heading Back to Rehab

Jason and Alexis

01:34 min | 4 years ago

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

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Today's top celebrity birthdays list (April 25, 2018)

WLOB's Morning News with Ray Richardson

02:48 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Opioid overdose among children nearly doubles

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:07 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:25 min | 4 years ago

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.

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