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NBC Rebukes Hollywood Foreign Press Association

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

NBC Rebukes Hollywood Foreign Press Association

"The Golden Globes. NBC is not going to air next to your show and the Golden Globe. The Golden Globes have long been an important first stop for awards season. Now the show is crumbling. NBC says it won't air next Year's Globes, noting that it feels the group behind the Globes, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is committed to meaningful reform. But NBC doesn't feel that reform will happen in time for next year's show, so NBC won't air the 2022 Globes. The H F D A has been under pressure to make changes after it was revealed earlier this year that the group who votes on the Globe's had no black members. The HF voted last week to make changes or criticized over the speed of the possible changes. Jason Evans and

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"year globes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"year globes" Discussed on KOMO

"Justice delayed. Kevin Strickland was 18 when he was convicted in a triple murder in Kansas City in 1978. He's doing life but maintained his innocence all along. A review of new evidence proves Strickland is innocent. Prosecutors say a key witness now deceased, one of the recant her identification of Strickland. Pressure Roll Bushnell of the Innocents Project. Additional co defendants, including one who has never been charged, has come forward and provided sworn statements that Mr Strickland is innocent. She's petitioning Missouri Supreme Court for Strickland's immediate release, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker the duty of the prosecutors to seek justice, right, not just at trial. During trial but also After trial, she says today they would never have charge Strickland. The initial evidence was so flimsy Golden Globe Awards have long been considered an important first stop in entertainment awards season. Not anymore. NBC says it won't Air next Year's Globes, noting that it feels the group behind the Globes, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is committed to meaningful reform. But NBC doesn't feel that reform will happen in time for next year's show, so NBC won't air the 2022 gloves. The H F D A has been under pressure to make changes after it was revealed earlier this year that the group who votes on the Globe's had no black members. The HF voted last week to make changes, but we're criticized over the speed of the possible changes. Jason Heathens and 80 Seniors only way this is ABC. New Couple in his time, nine Oh four and traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center Tampa Fulton Still watching her crash and CML on Lake City Way North East and Northeast. 1/30 Street is on the right shoulder in the South bound direction, causing just a bit of a slowdown approaching that area. Of medical emergency on MLK Jr Way it's South Dearborn Street in Seattle. That's personally blocking with emergency crews on the scene, and Ajay BLM that were found five exits of Berkeley Street has closed for overnight roadwork. It will reopen at five o'clock tomorrow morning. Our next camo traffic at 9 14..

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"year globes" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"year globes" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You're the top story every 15 minutes on Atlanta's morning news state Senator Michelle AL meets with President Biden and Vice President Harris to convey her concerns about violence targeting Asian Americans after last week's deadly spot shootings. She points to the ease in which the shooter acquired a handgun earlier that day. Remarkable thing about Georgia is that it is easier to buy a gun here than it is to vote. How sponsors a gun control bill in the Senate. Homeland Security Secretary Ali New York is declares the Southern border is closed, but it's inhumane to turn kids back. President Trump Dismantled the orderly, humane and efficient way of allowing Children to make their claims under United States law in their home countries, he tells ABC. This administration is rebuilding the system. The U. S. Is now holding more than 15,000 unaccompanied minors. Sent Secretary Lloyd Austin makes an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to meet with the Afghan president. Trump administration declared U. S troops would be out May 1st, but Austin makes no guarantees terms of inundate or setting a specific date for withdrawal. That's that's the domain of my boss. President Biden is weighing a six month extension until November. I doctor see younger and younger kids develop near it near sightedness, and I strained, you know, hours of virtual school each day, kids staring at a screen don't blink. His much pediatric ophthalmologist also reported increasing kids with cross eyes over the last year. Globe newswire projects The eyeglass market will approach $180 billion. By 2026 do the pandemic driven demand for corrective lenses, Customers air bagging skinny jeans in favor of big, baggy, wide legged Denna labels like Balenciaga and go take a venator cell versions for as much as $1000. If that's too much Wrangler and Levi's have their own loose lines, one trend forecaster tells the Wall Street Journal celebrities like Billy, I'll ish and Bad Bunny are fueling the trend. Reporter Deborah Rodriguez says comforts also a priority in the pandemic. WSB news time is 6 18. That's a better news in Cobb County. After nearly snag on I 75 an update from.

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"year globes" Discussed on From The Newsroom

From The Newsroom

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"year globes" Discussed on From The Newsroom

"Basically louder bit trashier bit drunker more easily bought allegedly. Nothing's been proved. We'll be back with more details about this year's globes in just a moment so when despite the accusations globes is still a massive event in hollywood up yet. it's a really fun event. People like going to it because usually in a non pandemic year they get to go and sit and a few drinks get dressed up. Have some lives lost at other people's expenses but more importantly the reason why the hollywood foreign press association has been around. This long is because the hollywood studios are complicit in this system. They want those awards because it helps massively with also campaigns even the early eighty seven people a judging if you get up there and you give a great speech like livia coleman fees like meryl streep did a few years ago. It goes a long way to winning that oscar. So what do we about this year's awards the coming up on monday. Tell me about him. Well obviously emily. Harris is the big thing to watch But nar the movies are. The most nominated are actually to netflix movies. Make and the trial of the chicago. Seven They've probably run at the moment and the up against movies such as nomad len and promising young woman and is hosting. Its rookies. a it's not ricky. We might have had enough of ricky. It's tina fey and amy poehler and they are coming to us from two different cities. It's over it's going to be a whole new ballgame and we'll save whether or not it works well if you came to watch the gloves the live red carpet coverage kicks off on fox news channel from ten. Am monday the ceremony. Of course will follow on fox tells fox rain at midday. And that's it for this episode of from the newsroom. I'll be back monday morning with another update. Headlines dot com..

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"year globes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"year globes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Virus. 38,000 anchor Griffin Brushfire has shut down the U. S. 16 Year globe in both directions. This is a lightning caused fire. It's five miles northeast of globe in the Apache mountains west of the highway aid out, says the freeways closed for Mile post 2 51 23 18 evacuation centers are in place for residents in that area. A black lives matter protest and a back The blue protest clashed in Gilbert over the weekend. Various groups have gathered for rallies when things turned violent. Gilbert. Police say three arrest have already been made. But there could be more on the way you're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station news Check on traffic with Larry Lewis in the Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic Center. We'll back You lend some good news. I 17 North found that earlier crash we had near Union Hills has cleared so that's out of your way. It just means we've got some volume left over in that area, then 10 westbound touch slow for you as you make your way to downtown out through the deck Park tunnel to 02. Red Mountain West found also a bit of a slow ride from 40th Street over towards the many stack. Now off your freeways. There is a collision working on university. It's west of state route. 1 43. You could try Broadway to avoid it. This report sponsored by all state if you're driving less, you could be saving more on car insurance. Save money with paper mile insurance from all state, Call a local Allstate agent and get a quote. I'm Larry Lewis Jr News. Arizona's news station. TR News 92 3 FM Drive Home with Gaydos and Chad Show. Dot com Big Q Poll question today brought to you by your alley Toyota dealers. So here's what I hit Broom head at 8 45. He was already upset enough when he came to know Helen s about using the R V commercial. You're making him. Have you seen the actual commercial?.

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"year globes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"year globes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I am calling for a three pronged investigation that involves three entities first the Judiciary Committee second the office of professional responsibility at D. O. J. and third the inspector general's office at D. O. J. men had been investigating trump allies in New York the White House says that had nothing to do with his firing SEC chairman Jay Clayton has been nominated to replace Berman but sure says he will use his power to keep Clayton from taking office the golden globes ceremony has been postponed ABC's Jason Nathanson is the first major award show of the year which is typically held in Beverly hills every year is being moved from early January to February twenty eighth that was the date the Oscars we're going to be held but last week the academy announced they were being pushed back to April all the moves have to do with the code nineteen pandemic in the massive production delays in Hollywood Tina fey and Amy Poehler had previously been announced as the host of next year's globes but the show's producers are still trying to figure out what the format of the show will be and it's a bird it's a plane no it's a fire hawk and it could be coming soon to the skies near you if it's needed the fire hawk is the latest tool state local firefighters will soon have cal fire's ordered twelve of the choppers at a cost of twenty four million dollars each the state says that three hundred million dollar investment means firefighters can get to any fire in California in twenty minutes since the buyer hot can go over a hundred fifty miles an hour in Kerry twelve firefighters and their gear alley cat he's ordered to brand new choppers Sandiego counties purchased one and inter county has ordered to use Firefox Jennifer Jones lead KFI news it is slow on the ninety one in Anaheim hills eastbound delays are really filling and now getting away from imperial highway you have delays and stretches as you travel all the way to peers now let's check out that mass in van Nuys with will Kohlschreiber KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com it was a south outside of the four oh five right there at victory we had a car that somehow ended up straddling the center divider now they've moved out away and traffic recovering both directions but boy we have a stalled our that back up on the southbound side so very slow as you approach injured in an accident there's a super woman super lawyer dot com will Kohlschreiber KFI in the sky KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I mean for Martinez how many reasons do you have to leave California right now if you're ready to get out because of all the insanity.

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"year globes" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"year globes" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Get bit by the they say the best way to avoid this spider keep your house clean all right then we move on to and other trendy to I'm not in a number of these this year because I keep finding new ones I want to throw in there I got a couple of sports trending topics first the Rangers are not doing a traditional fan fest this year they're not gonna be having that I always enjoyed going to the fan fest at the ballpark in Arlington but now they got a new ballpark that supposedly is going to be opening on time despite having the fire recently what they're gonna do is offer fans a peek at the park that's what they're calling it a capital P. capital P. the event open to the public and free of charge includes many of the popular components of fan fest like autograph sessions and question and answer sessions peek at the park sponsored by Comerica will run from ten o'clock in the morning till three o'clock in the afternoon on January twenty fifth at Texas live in Arlington parking available in lots B. and lot J. in addition to viewing area will be set up in the outfield concourse for the new park providing a great signify site line for the playing field of the nebula to walk around the park you're gonna just take in the outfield and you can glance around because they got a lot of work to do but you'll be able to see the retractable roof and seating bowl in the playing field in that kind of thing the viewing area accessible from Texas ranger plaza adjacent to Texas law ongoing construction related to the reconfiguration of global life park made it impossible to hold the traditional fan fest at the location this year globe life park is being converted into a football field actually seen some of the drawings I haven't seen the photographs yet of what they've actually done but it looks different inside now and I had said that if they don't finish they don't get global I field finished in time for the Rangers to start playing well they're probably just gonna have to go back to globe life park and start playing there a couple of games maybe for the first week or two I don't.

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"year globes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"year globes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A decline even with record holes brought in this decade over fishing is not the problem though the studies blame warming waters the latest life sciences project going up in the region takes the spotlight today with its ground breaking even though the more than quarter million square foot building and Somerville's Boynton yards has been under construction for months curved Boston says developers are calling it the largest state of the art lab in that market and Bain capital is planning an IPO of Chinese data center operator chin data group in a deal that could be valued at as much as a billion dollars being is asking investment banks to pitch for a role on the share sale which could take place next year on Bloomberg's John Doniger with doing one business on WBZ Boston's news radio and you might remember a few years back former governor Mike Dukakis asking for our Turkey carcasses after thanksgiving so we can make is famous family soup I remember back in twenty fifteen he said it was sinful to throw out the Turkey carcass sure enough as always ask and you shall receive they got about thirty carcasses that year globe actually reporting one was mailed down to the family home in Brookline from the north shore Dukakis now says you know he's grateful for your generosity but they still to this day so I'll have leftover carcasses from twenty fifteen there in a freezer and he said he really just appreciate if you kept your Turkey carcass and made the soup yourself he says all you have to do is boil the carcass for some time oils add some onion salt and pepper and take out the bones at rice and veggies and you have got a tasty hearty winter soup at one twenty seven we're not done yet with the storm just a few hours out from round to stay with us our Cullen's got the update and key info coming up at one thirty pop quiz if you sell a home for five hundred thousand dollars how much would a traditional real estate agent charging commission if you guessed twenty five to thirty thousand dollars you're right but if you think that's the only way you're.

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"year globes" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Yeah. I did. I gave it a bit of a watch. It was quite good Candice Bergen, of course, always reliable. What a legend. She is a do think that perhaps movie brand is a done deal will and grace, however, still going very very strong. Now what about lady Gaga because she stunned of course, stars bone and didn't win. No, she did not win. This is a bit of an upset. I think a lot of people were surprised by this. So stars boom was considered the one to beat full the evening. Many expected it to many still expect it to sweep the Oscars. Of course. Now Gaga was up against Nicole Kidman Rosamund pike, Melissa McCarthy, and Glenn Close all of them very stiff competition, especially Nicole Kidman. She's she's tuning into a bit of a serial nominee for all sorts of things now, and I expect that to continue with the way that she chooses her pro. Checks. But no, of course, lady Gaga, I did lose to Glenn Close. Glenn close. Absolutely a deserving win. What a legend. She is the closest thing we have nowadays to a Hollywood legend of the kind of person who manages to continue not not just doing excellent work. But really knowing it out of the park with Oscar worthy performances out. So she won for her role in the wife. Now, if you have a look at the acceptance speech from close as she clearly didn't expect this to happen. She quipped during her her speech that the film being cold. The wife is probably why it took fourteen years to get may. She also delivered a rally quite dramatic speeches. Well, and during which he encouraged women to seek personal fulfillment, which is a very nice little moment. But look Georgina. It was very surprising. That a star is born didn't really have many wins at only one full best song, which of course, is deserving. Of course, it has lots of great music in it. But I think there'll be a lot of people have. Most of Bradley Kupa scratching their heads behind the scenes wondering just just on the wife briefly. I know the writer of it make it sound interviewed her while time show that exists somewhere online. But she posted a lovely picture of herself. Watching it on television, a wonderful. Right. What else because a lot of controversy about the host of the Oscars. That's right. So the Oscars are in a bit of Fussell at the moment of they had named or tipped Kevin Hart to take the the hosting duties for this year. But then some rather offensive tweets emerged an comments that Kevin hundred made in his comedy in the pas de was recently against on the Ellen Degeneres program, and Ellen had said that no she would like to see him reinstalled as the Oscars hosted many of his comments were homophobic in their nature, which is why it was interesting to see him pop on on Ellen's program. But look that controversy set aside, the Golden Globes, obviously wanted to take a different direction be a bit of a politics Fraser, never going to happen, of course, of world shows these days and never politics free, especially when one of the films nominated he code vice and it's all about Dick Cheney the turn. This was very friendly. It was very warm. It was very cozy. They were a few jokes about diversity. At last year's Globes of Kohl's many women will blacking solidiarity with the metoo movement and in the times out movement this year. However, a lot of the liberties were wearing black and white bracelets and ribbons that read times up times too. But for me a particular highlight went to the comedy legend, Carol Burnett. I was so thrilled to say her that she was actually taking the very first award named after him. The the Carol Burnett award for achievement in television. Now, she pointed out that the variety show format which made her absolute legend a household. Name doesn't actually exist anymore. So it was a little bit interesting to see her accepting this award in this day and age, but then she also said well history runs and YouTube, and then she signed off with a signature EA tug. It sounds marvelous. Ben one day, we'll need to go to in person. I think it's only a matter of time. Joe Jana Selena fan Ryland who is. Costa Monaco resident syncing Sanath you could say Cineas sin, a file apps film. Buff television, watcher someone who just consumes too, much culture and ends up..

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"year globes" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"So we're gonna spend the rest of the show talking about more of the Oscar races that have us fascinated and as always it seems to come back to best actress because that's where our hearts lie and Richard. You actually had an interesting I don't like a best actress moment or revelation at the middle film festival over the weekend. What did you see? And what struck you about it the festival brought me down. I did a Q and A, and they just wanted me to see what the festival is six years old. It was started by the woman who founded BT and now owns this resort like an hour outside of DC, and it's a beautiful setting. And in the festival gets good movies because they can afford them her life. Sounds amazing. Yeah. No, she's she's a fascinating story. So so, you know, they wanted me to kind of just see what it was all about. It's just a weekend festival penalty telluride being talking to a lot of rich people in line with another day. You know, but the QNA I did was with Peter hedges the writer and director of Ben is back, which I think we we spoke about after Toronto, which is a movie about the opioid crisis in in particular, one family, dealing with it Lucas hedges. Peter's son plays the afflicted kid where Julia Roberts place, his mom. The movie went over a treat at the festival and Julia was not there. But people I spoke to were very high on her and the movie and its timeliness. And I think it's interesting to talk to people like the vote like the people at Middleburg because I don't think that they're academy voters, although I did talk to some producers and film, you know, people who are who could be, but they represent something of a similar demographic socio-economically, age wise. I think that their passion for that movie. For me moves. Julia Roberts more into the kind of like theoretical five. Yeah. Well. And not to promote a competitor here. But Scott Feinberg does keep a very good list of you know, who's who's in the mix and he's got Julia in his five front runners with Glenn Close Levy Coleman lady Gaga and you'll eats a operates. Yo I mean, it's not a bad list. There's a lot of other great performances, but that doesn't sound right. I wanted to ask you guys the Glenn Close narrative because I know it's something that we've been talking about for a while. But I just I'm curious where exactly this is popping from because her film wasn't exactly like in the heat of the festival circuit. So where where's this glencoe close noise coming from? How did I miss? It will something that I took note of is. We are just entering screener season. Where movies are getting sent out to people. So they can watch at home and don't have to drag themselves to whatever Rb. Gee, I think was the really the first screener that went out, but the second one was the wife, which you know, is the Glenn Close movie, and so they're they're it's in people's consciousness. The other thing is she's winning the big award. Santa Barbara film festival which I believe, you know, later this year or early next year. Globes somewhere in that range. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So like, that's the thing that that's a sign that the industry is keeping that performance in mind. So for whatever reason in premiered at Toronto over a year ago, and then had a kind of quiet issue August release it it it made some money but not a ton. But the power of Glen has just like kept that movie, particularly that performance lingering. And I think that Sony Pictures classics is keen to that and has been handling fastening. So like is the is the wisdom that she's going to like definite feels so sure that she's going to be nominated. But like how could she possibly win for performance that so little despite her being Glenn Close and being amazing? And and having all these near misses in her career. So that like how can she win for film that like a role that not many people in the world have seen Frank? Lest we forget Merrill run for the iron lady fair act. Acting winds come from weird places because it's so much more about the people in the narratives around them, and Glenn Close has something I have near narrative where she never one before. It does seem tougher for her. When you've got lady Gaga who's in this juggernaut. That's a star is born..

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Oscar Best Actress predictions 2019

Little Gold Men

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Oscar Best Actress predictions 2019

"But the QNA I did was with Peter hedges the writer and director of Ben is back, which I think we we spoke about after Toronto, which is a movie about the opioid crisis in in particular, one family, dealing with it Lucas hedges. Peter's son plays the afflicted kid where Julia Roberts place, his mom. The movie went over a treat at the festival and Julia was not there. But people I spoke to were very high on her and the movie and its timeliness. And I think it's interesting to talk to people like the vote like the people at Middleburg because I don't think that they're academy voters, although I did talk to some producers and film, you know, people who are who could be, but they represent something of a similar demographic socio-economically, age wise. I think that their passion for that movie. For me moves. Julia Roberts more into the kind of like theoretical five. Yeah. Well. And not to promote a competitor here. But Scott Feinberg does keep a very good list of you know, who's who's in the mix and he's got Julia in his five front runners with Glenn Close Levy Coleman lady Gaga and you'll eats a operates. Yo I mean, it's not a bad list. There's a lot of other great performances, but that doesn't sound right. I wanted to ask you guys the Glenn Close narrative because I know it's something that we've been talking about for a while. But I just I'm curious where exactly this is popping from because her film wasn't exactly like in the heat of the festival circuit. So where where's this glencoe close noise coming from? How did I miss? It will something that I took note of is. We are just entering screener season. Where movies are getting sent out to people. So they can watch at home and don't have to drag themselves to whatever Rb. Gee, I think was the really the first screener that went out, but the second one was the wife, which you know, is the Glenn Close movie, and so they're they're it's in people's consciousness. The other thing is she's winning the big award. Santa Barbara film festival which I believe, you know, later this year or early next year. Globes somewhere in that range. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So like, that's the thing that that's a sign that the industry is keeping that performance in mind. So for whatever reason in premiered at Toronto over a year ago, and then had a kind of quiet

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"year globes" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on WTVN

"A kid as a teenager one i thought having a better understanding of the tom better understanding of the cia operations and the phoenix program so i really see that as a very brilliant critique of the war as well from from coppola so you know there are a lot of films that were legitimately antiwar and critical of these kinds of operations that i think have been set aside that kind of stuff is gone the altschuler as they allege says is no more yeah you're basically up to the rest of you know a couple a handful of big corporations now there's not even really the studio system or so i would say that yes at different times there have been the renegades that's really kind of going away now twenty cent you think today there are sort of a liaison officers embedded in hollywood studios reviewing scripts maybe even funding certain projects yeah i think there's no question it's very very public very well known that we've seen very open collusion at least says the time of filmer recruits the leap et al pacino film which was one of the first films to openly directly work with the cia and creating the narrative featuring yeah liaison so consulting on films like chase brandon and milt bearden a former cia operatives who worked with holly so this is very well known but actually this goes back to the gaining of cold war or excuse me of british spy fiction when you had graham greene going from in my five am i six operation so that writing a spy fiction so the world's a section and the arts that's is actually have a long history that goes back to six years globe theatre but in terms of butter hollywood yes that's that's been there for a long time but only been public really sets the recruit came out right after nine eleven that was kind of a recruitment type of film but we actually saw this kind of collusion presented in film itself in the movie wag the dog thank you recall the conrad brean played by robert deniro who's working with is a kind of consultant he's working with dustin hoffman character is a top hollywood producer and of course some people think of that might be the cia and cube route you know symbolically it's hard to say but but even films like wag the dog show this relationship and that was in the nineties so this that was nineteen ninety seven i think so you know this is this has been even presented in films prior to it being known as something public post two thousand two or so why do you suppose hollywood is is so vitriolic in its opposition to the trump administration yeah that's a good question i think that it seems to be like a giant pulse i don't know how else to put it that are being a giant coal and anyone who even kind of mildly says something pro trump has the fear of being blacklisted which is pretty crazy because that's just shows that there's not really any kind of free thoughts and the arts not a realm of freedom you create seventy like when my think it's completely politicized and i would say that that's even now you have such a contingent of the deep state being very very connected to hollywood the deep state disconnected hollywood is really that that left democrat side of things that that very radical approach and so there's really no tolerance in kind of a physician that ironically house itself as loving and tolerant is in fact in reality very officer that i was noticing that james woods terrific actor was recently i and i follow his twitter account just because it can be so outrageous and so at times let's face it politically incorrect it's kind of almost refreshing but he was recently on july the fourth actually he was fired by his agent his agents said i'm feeling patriotic today i'm firing james woods as my client which was kind of kind of interesting but it does it speaks to a certain hypocrisy that's coming out of hollywood love james woods or hate him but the idea that you know being patriotic now means you fire people that have a different political viewpoint so the the other interesting thing and we'll wait we can we can start this conversation now and then take it on the other side of the break and that is i don't know how you feel about the hollywood's coverage of the.

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"year globes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A liaison officers embedded in hollywood studios reviewing scripts maybe even funding certain projects yeah i think there's no question it's very very public very well known that we've seen very open collusion at least says the time of the film a recruits the leap they out the chino film which was one of the first films to openly directly work with the ci and creating the narrative that train liaison so consulting on films like chase brandon and milt bearden a former cia operatives who worked with holly so this is very well known but actually this goes back to the beginning of cold war or excuse me a british spy fiction when you had graham greene going from in my five am i six operations so that riding a spy fiction so the world's a fiction and the arts that's fine actually have a long history that goes back to six years globe theatre but in terms of butter hollywood yes that's that's been there for a long time but only been public really sets the recruit came out right after nine eleven that was kind of a recruiter krugman type of film but we actually saw this kind of collusion presented in film itself in the movie wag the dog do you recall the character conrad brean played by robert deniro who's working with cia consultant he's working with dustin hoffman character is a top hollywood producer and of course some people think that that might be in cuba symbolically it's hard to say but but even films like like the dog show this relationship and that was in the nineties so this that was nineteen ninety seven i think so you know this is this has been even presented in films prior to it being known as something public post guilty or so why do you suppose hollywood is is so vitriolic in its opposition to the trump administration yeah that's a good question i think that it seems to be like a giant cult i mean i don't know how else to put it other than it being a giant colton and anyone who even kind of mildly says something pro trump has the fear of being blacklisted which is pretty crazy because that's this shows that there's not really any kind of free thoughts and the arts is not a realm of freedom you create seventy like when my think it's completely politicized and i would say that even though you have such a contingent of the deep state being very very connected to hollywood the deep state was connected hollywood is really that that left democrat side of things that that very radical approach and so there's really no tolerance and that kind of a physician that ironically house itself as loving and tolerance is in reality very opposite of that i was noticing that james woods terrific actor was recently i and i follow his twitter account just because it can be so outrageous and so at times let's face it politically incorrect it's kind of almost refreshing but he was recently on july the fourth actually he was fired by his agent his agents said i'm feeling patriotic today i'm firing james woods as my client which was kind of kind of interesting but it does it speaks to a certain hypocrisy that's coming out of hollywood love james woods or hate him but the idea that being patriotic now means you fire people that have a different political viewpoint so you know the the other interesting thing and we'll we can we can start this conversation now and then take it on the other side of the break and that is i don't know how you feel about the hollywood's coverage of the whole ufo et phenomenon i don't know if you write about this research this but to me it's interesting because there are two sort of two messages coming out of hollywood we have movies like war of the worlds which tell us that et's are there they have an affair is motive they're here to destroy us and then we have you know spielberg's movie et which tells us that the aliens are there are are cosmic cousins and so forth i'd like to get your take on on the messaging as far as you f os in et's from hollywood go on the other side j dire is with us esoteric hollywood if you don't have it go out and get it it's a must read here's hall mccartney sir paul taking us into the break with too many people on coast to coast am.

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"year globes" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Has a lot of having to tell you guess platoon he's critiquing war i just reviewed apocalypse now in you know that didn't make sense to me as a kid as a teenager when i thought about having a better understanding of the bomb better understanding of the operations and the phoenix program and so forth i really see that as a very brilliant critique of the war as well from from coppola so you know there are a lot of films that were legitimately antiwar and critical of these kinds of operations that i think have been satisfy that kind of renegade stuff is gone the altschuler as they allege says is no more you're basically after the rest of you know a couple a handful of big corporations now there's not even really the studio system or so i would say that yes at different times there have been the renegades that's really kind of going away now twenty extent you think today there are sort of a liaison officers embedded in hollywood studios reviewing scripts maybe even funding certain projects yeah i think there's no question it's very very public very well known that we've seen very open collusion at least says the time of the film the recruits the leap et al pacino film which was one of the first films to openly directly work with the ci and creating the narrative featuring liaison so consulting on films like chase brandon and milt bearden a former cia operatives who worked with holly so this is very well known but actually this goes back to the beginning of cold war or excuse me of british spy fiction when you had graham greene china going from in my five am i six operations so that writing a spy fiction so the world's a section and the arts that's fine actually have a long history that goes back to six years globe theatre but in terms of butter hollywood yes that's that's been there for a long time but only been public really sets the recruit came out right after nine eleven that was kind of a recruitment type of film but we actually saw this kind of collusion presented in film itself in the movie wag the dog do you recall the conrad brean play by robert deniro who's working with is it kind of consultant he's working with dustin hoffman character top hollywood producer and of course some people think that that might be the cia and kubrick symbolically it's hard to say but but even films like like the dog show this relationship and that was in the nineties so this that was nineteen ninety seven i think so you know this is this has been even presented in films prior to it being known as something public post two thousand or so why do you suppose hollywood is is so vitriolic in its opposition to the trump administration yeah that's a good question i think that it seems to be like a giant colts i mean i don't know how else to put it other than it being a giant colton anyone who even kind of mildly said something pro trump has the fear of being blacklisted which is pretty crazy because that's this shows that there's not really any kind of free thoughts and the arts is not a realm of freedom you create seventy like when my think it's completely politicized and i would say that even though you have such a contingent of the deep state being very very connected to hollywood the connected hollywood is really that left democrat side of things that that very radical approach and so there's really no tolerance in that kind of a physician that ironically house itself as loving and tolerant is in fact in reality is very opposite of that i was noticing that james woods terrific actor was recently i and i follow his twitter account just because it can be so outrageous and so at times let's face it politically incorrect it's kind of almost refreshing but he was recently on july the.

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"year globes" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on KGO 810

"Liaison officers embedded in hollywood studios reviewing scripts maybe even funding certain projects yeah i think there's no question it's very very public very well known we've seen very open collusion at least says the time of the recruits the leap et al pacino film which was one of the first ones to openly directly work with the ci creating the narrative featuring liaison so consulting on films like chase brandon milt bearden a former cia operatives who worked with holly so this is very well known but actually this goes back to the gaining of cold war or excuse me of british spy fiction when you had graham greene trying to go in from in my five am i six operations so that riding a spy fiction so the world's a section and the arts spies actually have a walk yesterday goes back to six years globe theatre but in terms of hollywood yes that's that's been there for a long time but only been public really sets the recruit came out right after nine eleven that was kind of a cia recruitment type of film but we actually saw this kind of collusion presented in film itself in the movie wag the dog thank you recall the character conrad brean played by robert deniro who's working with cia consultant he's working with dustin hoffman character the top hollywood producer and of course some people think that that might be the cia and kubrick symbolically it's hard to say but but even films like wag the dog show this relationship and that was in the nineties so this that was nineteen ninety seven i think so you know this is this has been even presented themselves prior to it being known as something public post two thousand two or so why do you suppose hollywood is is so vitriolic in its opposition to the trump administration yeah that's a good question i think that it seems to be like a giant pulse i don't know how else to put it under being a giant colts and anyone who even mildly says something pro trump has the fear of being blacklisted which is pretty crazy because that's this shows that there's not really any kind of free thoughts and the arts is not a realm of freedom you create seventy like one might think it's completely politicized that's even though you have such a contingent of the deep state being very very connected to hollywood stay connected the hollywood is really that that left democrat side of things that that very radical approach so there's really no tolerance in that kind of a physician ironically house itself as loving and tolerant is a fact in reality very opposite of that i was noticing that james woods terrific actor was recently i and i follow his twitter account just because it can be so outrageous and so at times let's face it politically incorrect it's kind of almost refreshing but he was recently on july the fourth actually he was fired by his agent his agents said i'm feeling patriotic today i'm firing james woods as my client which was kind of a kind of interesting but it does it speaks to a certain hypocrisy this coming out of hollywood love james woods or hate him but the idea that you know being patriotic now means you fire people that have a different political viewpoint so you know the the other interesting thing in well we we can we can start this conversation now and then take it on the other side of the break and that is i don't know how you feel about the hollywood's coverage of the whole ufo et phenomenon i don't know if you write about this or research this but to me it's interesting because there are two sort of two messages coming out of hollywood we have movies like war of the worlds which tell us that e t's are you know they're they have an affair as motive they're here to destroy us and then we have you know spielberg's movie et which tells us that the aliens are you know there are are cosmic cousins and so forth i'd like to get your take on on the messaging as far as you fonet's from hollywood go on the other side j dire is with us esoteric hollywood if you don't have it go out and get it it's a must read here's paul mccartney sir paul taking us into the break with too many people on coast to coast am.

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"year globes" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on WTVN

"Liaison officers embedded in hollywood studios reviewing scripts maybe even funding certain projects yeah i think there's no question it's very very public very well known that we've seen very open collusion at least since the time of film the recruits the leap et al pacino film which was one of the first films to openly directly work with the cia and creating the narrative featuring liaison so consulting on films like chase brandon and milt bearden a former cia operatives who worked with holly so this is very well known but actually this goes back to the beginning of cold war or excuse me of british spy fiction when you had graham greene trying to go in from in my five am i six operations so that writing a spy fiction so the world's a section and the arts and spies actually have a long history that goes back to six years globe theatre but in terms of our hollywood yes that's that's been there for a long time but only been public really sets recruit came out right after nine eleven that was kind of a recruitment type of film but we actually saw this kind of collusion presented in film itself in the movie wag the dog thank you you recall the character conrad brean play by robert deniro who's working with tiaa consultant he's working with dustin hoffman character is a top hollywood producer and of course some people think that that might be the cia and cube symbolically it's hard to say but but even films like wag the dog show this relationship and that was in the nineties so this was nineteen ninety seven i think so you know this is this has been even presented in films prior to being known as something public post two thousand two or so why do you suppose hollywood is is so vitriolic in its opposition to the trump administration yeah that's a good question i think that it seems to kind of be like a giant pulse i mean i don't know how else to put it that are being a giant colt and anyone who even kind of mildly says something pro trump has the the fear of being blacklisted which is pretty crazy because that's this shows that there's not really any kind of free thoughts and the arts is not a realm of freedom and create seventy like when might think it's completely politicized and i would say that that's even though you have such a contingent of the deep state being very very connected to hollywood the deep state is connected hollywood is really that left democrat side of things that that very radical approach and so there's really no tolerance in that kind of a physician that ironically house itself as loving and tolerance is fact in reality opposite of that i was noticing that james woods terrific actor was recently i and i follow his twitter account just because it can be so outrageous and so at times let's face it politically incorrect it's kind of almost refreshing but he was recently on july the fourth actually he was fired by his agent his agents said i'm feeling patriotic today i'm firing james woods as my client which was kind of kind of interesting but it does it speaks to a certain hypocrisy that's coming out of hollywood love james woods or hate him but the idea that you know being patriotic now means you fire people that have differing political viewpoint so you know the the other interesting thing in well we we can we can start this conversation now and then take on the other side of the break and that is i don't know how you feel about the hollywood's coverage of the whole ufo et phenomenon i don't know if you write about this or research this but to me it's interesting because there are two sort of two messages coming out of hollywood we have the movies like war of the worlds which tell us that e t's are know they're they have an ferry is motive they're here to destroy us and then we have you know spielberg's movie e t which tells us that the aliens are you know there are are cosmic cousins and so forth i'd like to get your take on on the messaging as far as you f os in et's from hollywood go on the other side j dire is with us esoteric hollywood if you don't have it go out and get it it's a must read here's paul mccartney sir paul taking us into the break with too many people on coast to coast am.

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"year globes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Has a lot of having to tell platoon he's critiquing war i just reviewed apocalypse now in you know that didn't make sense to me as a kid as a teenager one i thought having a better understanding vietnam better understanding of the cia operations and the phoenix program and so forth i really see that as a very brilliant critique of the war as well from from coppola so you know there are a lot of films that were legitimately antiwar and critical of these kinds of operations that i think have been set aside that kind of renegade stuff is gone the all tour as they allege says is no more you're basically at the behest of you know a couple a handful of big corporations now there's not even really the studio system so i would say that yes at different times or have been the renegades that's really kind of going away now to what extent you think today there are sort of a liaison officers embedded in hollywood studios reviewing scripts maybe even funding certain projects yeah i think there's no question it's very very public very well known that we've seen very open collusion at least says the time of filmer recruits the leap et al pacino film which was one of the first films to openly directly work with the ci and creating the narrative featuring liaison consulting on films like chase brandon and milt bearden a former cia operatives who worked with hollywood so this is very well known but actually this goes back to the beginning of cold war or excuse me of british spy fiction when you had graham greene trying to going from in my five am i six operations so that riding a five fiction so the world's of section and the arts spies actually have a long history that goes back to six years globe theatre but in terms of modern hollywood yes it's been there for a long time but only been public really sets the recruit came out right after nine eleven that was kind of a cia recruit type of film but we actually saw this kind of collusion presented in film itself in the movie wag the dog thank you you recall the conrad brean played by robert deniro who's working with is it kind of cia consultant he's working with dustin hoffman character is a top hollywood producer and of course some people think that that might be the cia in cuba symbolically it's hard to say but but even films like wag the dog show this relationship and that was in the nineties so this that was nineteen ninety seven i think so you know this is this has been even presented in films prior to it being known as something public post two thousand two or so why do you suppose hollywood is is so vitriolic in its opposition to the trump administration yeah that's a good question i think that seems to be like a giant pulse i mean i don't know how else to put it that are being a giant colts and anyone who even kind of mildly says something pro trump has the the fear of being blacklisted which is pretty crazy because that's this shows that there's not really any kind of free thoughts and the arts is not a realm of freedom and create seventy like when i think it's completely politicized and i would say that even though you have such a contingent of the deep state being very very connected to hollywood the deep state was connected to hollywood is really that that left democrat side of things that that radical approach and so there's really no tolerance and that kind of a physician that ironically house itself as the loving and tolerant is a fact in reality is very opposite of that i was noticing that james woods terrific actor was recently i and i follow his twitter account just because it can be so outrageous and so at times let's face it politically incorrect it's kind of almost refreshing but he was recently on july the.

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"year globes" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Lap between the globe nominees and the oscar nominees in this category in total just ten of the 25 globe nominated songs became oscar nominees um and in that span of time there were only twenty four oscar nominees for best original song as one of the years uh there were only four nominees instead these will fight if i was at one year when one of the songs got disqualify ali i remember that after some weird sort of rule perform lvmh um and i'm pretty sure of the ten thing it's who attended i'm pretty sure it's ten i've now suddenly had like a good i count correctly i'm pretty sure iconic roughly um but so yeah i with two let's start with this who of this year's globe nominated songs do we think are shooins for an oscar nomination and as asia said probably this is me um because it was written by an bench pasok and the to it justin justin paul thank you um from the greatest showman and they won a year ago four sued who stone from la la land yeah so it makes sense that the repeat you know the winners of lashed feel good about that when a movie that is a musical makes sense what about the other four nominees from the golden globes this year we've got home from ferdinand mighty river from mud bound remember me from cocoa and the star from the star still to stick out to me they would be remember me from cocoa die because of the eye combo of christian anderson lopez in robert lopez wrote let it go exactly and then mighty river just because i think marriage obliges kind of an awards favorites and mud bound is getting a lot of great attention i don't know if shall repeat her acting nomination dissuaded oscillation fries that i think that original cisic a chance.

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"year globes" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"year globes" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Bunch of award updates because tis the season a but they're actually some fun facts an unusual side notes this year so i'll get into it first the golden globe nominations were announced which are the shiny prizes handed out by the hollywood foreign press association this year's globes fun fact has to do with release scotts all the money in the world you might remember that kevin spacey was set to play oil tycoon j paul getty in the film and then this is starting to sound familiar after multiple sexual misconduct allegations came out against spacey so to speak release scott replaced him with christopher plummer who was apparently the director's first choice for the part the whole time so the reached happened with plumber only weeks before the movies holiday release date and just in time to be screened as a work in progress before the hollywood foreign press association's voting deadline so this was reportedly an awards show first and the gamble paid off just four weeks after filming his part plumber received a golden globenominee asian for supporting actor and scott got one for best director so the film is set for release on christmas and we can all see what types about now in a less fun fact apparently foreign critics haven't quite caught the drift of what's happening here in the us because no female directors were nominated this year and other industry minorities were also pretty much shut out especially shocking in such a big year for directors like greta girl wing geordan peel sofia coppola dear east petty jenkins it it's not a new position for the globes like only five women have ever been nominated for the golden globe for best director in its 75 year history and only one woman has one which surprised me actually was barbra streisand for young people in 1984 happy hana kebabs um if you were wondering the best director nods this year which were of course all men went to the aforementioned ridley scott as well as gehrmann del toro for the shape of water martin mcdonough for three billboards outside ebbing missouri christopher nolan for dunkirk and steven spielberg for the post.

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