36 Burst results for "hollywood"

How Can Conservatives Effectively Communicate With Americans?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 3 hrs ago

How Can Conservatives Effectively Communicate With Americans?

"Will. We are back with the brand new. He's shiny, he's so new. He is especially his forehead. Well, we're not doing this TMI. TMI. We're talking to doctor Kevin Roberts coming from the great Republic of Texas to head the heritage foundation follow him at I'll tell you right now. I had it. Kevin Roberts TX and heritage. We're talking about his new article, his vision for the conservative mothership. We're going to talk about your lawsuit. Super excited. Getting into the trenches against the Biden administration, but first Baghdad, my bug bear, and this is what I helped heritage with for a little bit. Andrew brought up was right. Politics is downstream from culture. By the time an issue arrives in this fetid stinking swamp, I don't care what it is. Second Amendment, abortion, the border. By the time it's here, it has been settled 20 years ago in Hollywood in the media on social. It's irrelevant really what happens in this city. My worry is we still don't get what Andrew taught us. We love to have the PowerPoints. Here's the laffer curve. Here's another slide, but we forgotten what Reagan did, which is communicate emotionally Ben Shapiro. I'm sorry Ben, if you're listening, you're wrong. Yes, facts don't care about your feelings, but feelings win elections. We have the truth, Ronald Reagan had it, but he could communicate it emotionally. Mild boss president Trump, whatever you thought about him, there was no question he loved America when he came out on that stage. It was genuine. What is he going to take for the conservative movement at large to get back to that point where it's not just data and slides, but communicating with Americans? You are 100% right. I'm not saying that just to be agreeable, but you're a 100% right. And the good news is that we are we have learned that. And some examples are, the recent election in Virginia. Yes. Not just Glenn youngkin, but also scores of steakhouse candidates, right? Right. And how were they communicating? They were leading with the emotion. They were leading with something in particular which is acknowledging the frustration that these aforementioned apolitical parents had about the indoctrination. And then they were saying, guess what? If you elect me, I've got the facts to back this up and I've got the policy solutions to do it. And so I think the logical extension of your question is, what's the heritage foundation going to do to make that permanent? And it's to make sure that we lead with those emotional

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Fresh update on "hollywood" discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

01:06 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hollywood" discussed on Mind Pump

"Oh, weird. They fell asleep in the cameras turned off and the dude killed himself. Okay. What the fuck is going on? It's sad that we live in a time. Hollywood movie. I feel like I've said this since we have no power or say in that. Like that's crazy to me that we don't have the ability to feel that way. Yeah, it's like, I mean, this is obviously made mainstream news and everybody knows about it because we're aware of it. But what this just highlights to me is like, how much shit are you unaware of that's backdoor to not happening and people that are getting knocked off or go missing or just I mean, it's like this is right to me it's like it's so blatant it's right in our faces and then in addition to that, it's ended up gonna be nothing trial. You're gonna be completely disappointed afterwards. And there's so many like blatant evil things going on in this world. It's crazy. I don't know how true this is, but so this is just reading these conspiracy theory things. But you were seeing these lists of the people that had suspicious suicides that were connected to Hillary Clinton. You ever seen that? It's a crazy list of reporters and random really? Yeah, accidents. Yeah, like car exploded or like weird shit. Now is it too that when you're that coincidental? Well, when you're that big and famous, it's not it's like the Kevin Bacon thing, right? Because he's been in so many movies like you can connect every actor to Kevin Bacon. What's your list in 6 people or whatever? Maybe Doug can pull this up. So you're the president's wife and you ran for president, right? I would think that you're so connected to so many people that it's not weird that. So was she I know Bill Clinton was a lawyer, but she was a lawyer as well, like in Arkansas and then kind of worked their way. It was almost like they both simultaneously just had this agreement. Well, that's almost that is almost every president and wife. Almost every president and their wife got together decades before with the intention of trying to power political power. I can't remember. What's that show? I was reading this House of Cards. House of Cards kind of showed up. And I know people that have been associated with the president and then the family that's related and they say like many of them have and that's like it's an unset agreement that they all make. Like when we go and we're running against each other, it's like, you know, I know we both know that I got my family over in Cuba. You've got yours over here. Your second family your real quote unquote Wi-Fi. I got my intern. No, seriously..

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Steve Deace: The Number One Driver of COVID Surges in the World Is Vitamin D Deficiency

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 3 d ago

Steve Deace: The Number One Driver of COVID Surges in the World Is Vitamin D Deficiency

"That's exactly right Nobody is lobbying on Capitol Hill on behalf of vitamin D seasonality If your name's Matthew McConaughey or Jennifer Garner and you get an audience with Anthony Fauci as a big Hollywood star and you ask him about vitamin E he tells them the truth and even admit hey I take 8000 IUs of vitamin D a day Well you know last year when everybody was locked down instead of sending him checks that just crushed our inflation rate why do we send everybody at vitamin D pack Because the number one the number one driver of COVID surges in the world is vitamin D deficiency The number one driver That's because that's what is connected with the seasonality here But we would do things like this if it was about healthcare And it's not And the mask mandates were to condition us for vaccine mandates The vaccine mandates are to condition us to hand over our bodily autonomy because once we've handed over our bodily economy we are essentially now handed over That's what this is about This is about a mass acquisition of power and control We are seeing hospitals now that are losing lawsuits about Ivermectin who are then still after the patient they're going to chase last weekend where a guy got Ivermectin and walked out of the hospital A few days later they are still appealing it How dare he survive They're still appealing He's not setting a president that they have to do this There was a case in Wisconsin where the family said we'll bring in our own doctor You don't even have to put your hands on it and the hospital still said we won't let you do that even if you bring your own doctor in and then the guy died Whatever This is insane We're in control as I

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Nick Searcy Compares the Trump Presidency Versus Biden Regime

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 4 d ago

Nick Searcy Compares the Trump Presidency Versus Biden Regime

"Let's talk about what we have witnessed in the last ten months. What we have seen in the transition from the Trump administration to the current Biden, I prefer to call it regime. You've been around a fair few years, you've been around the block here of a certain age. Did you ever think it would be this bad this fast? I would say yes. I kind of, you know, I knew when the events of the election happened the way they happened. I knew it was going to get bad fast because I knew that the people behind the Joe Biden administration you know, they're not Joe Biden. It's kind of a cabal behind him that's putting origin his mouth and telling him what to do. And I knew that they were going to move as fast as they possibly could to destroy as much of the country as they could get done before any backlash happens because that's what Lyft has always do whenever they get both houses and they get the presidency. They move the ball down the field as far as they can. Without any mercy whatsoever. And then when the Republicans, you know, get back the house, we may be take back 5, 6, 7 yards, and then they get it again and move it even further down the field. So I kind of figured when Joe Biden was installed that this was going to get really bad really

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Who Is Nick Searcy?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:17 min | 4 d ago

Who Is Nick Searcy?

"We have millions of lessons across the nation. Some of them may have been trapped under a rock for the last 40 years. So just in case they don't know who Nick Cersei is tell the world all of our listeners and viewers where you hail from where the Cersei's are from, how you got into this crazy business of films and just tell us that little canned version of your life so far. Well, I grew up in little town in the mountains of North Carolina called color weed colorway North Carolina. For some reason, there was a university in my town and as a child I did some plays at the university when I was in the battle 11 or 12. And so after that, that was I got hooked on it and I just wanted to be an actor. And of course, back then living in North Carolina. I didn't know anyone that was an actor. So I didn't really know how to go about it, but, you know, I went to studied acting in school, went to New York, did the plays to be odd jobs and the limousine driving and all that stuff. And found a way to move back to North Carolina in about 1989 when my daughter was born and wound up getting a part in a movie called fried green tomatoes, which kind of put me on the map. And I kind of had a career after that. So that's it in a

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America's Political Left Explodes After Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | Last week

America's Political Left Explodes After Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted

"A moment. Of course, the other big breaking story that happened after we left you Friday, Kyle rittenhouse found not guilty on all counts. And again, the beast is wounded. If you're a new listener, I call the media, I call academics. I call Hollywood. I call the I call the big media machine, the Democrats. I call them the beast. And sometimes the beast gets injured and the beast houses in protest because the race baders over on MSNBC didn't like the outcome. They had a very predictable response. Here's one of their stars at MSNBC, despicable, despicable response by a woman named Tiffany cross. Ellie, I'm disgusted at what I'm saying. It's not just this trial. It's other trials, but this in particular, the fact that white supremacists roam the halls of Congress freely and celebrate this little murderous white supremacist and the fact that he gets to walk the streets freely, it lets you know these people have access to instituting laws. They represent legislative branch of this country. What are we to make of that? She's given a camera and a microphone and a platform to be on national television, and she spews that kind of bile of just just garbage. That little white supremacist are you kidding me? And it got even worse, consider her guest. Ely miss stall. This happened because this is what the white justice system was designed to do, all right? This is not a miscarriage of justice. This is justice working as intended for white people. And the way you know that is because of the judge. The reason why I was able to predict that was because of the judge. The judge was in the tank from the defendant from the jump. I mean, literally before the trial, he was making motions and making rulings in favor of rittenhouse. He continued that bias throughout the trial. That's without even getting into his maga ring tones without even getting into his off color Asian jokes. Not even getting into all of that, his actual decision making favored the defendant the entire time. By you. I can't even get angry at this anymore. I feel nothing but pity for these pathetic, pathetic people. I honest to goodness. I do. I feel sorry for them. You know, if a jury verdict came down, and the shoe was on the other foot, and it was a black kid. Accused or on trial for shooting white people. Oh my gosh. If anybody on Fox News or newsmax or what America news or the Salem radio network or sale of news channel, dared to say one tenth of what those people say about this white kid in Kenosha, all hell would break loose. All hell would break loose. These people are to be pitied,

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'Transhumanism' and the Coming Cyborg Reset With James Poulos

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 2 weeks ago

'Transhumanism' and the Coming Cyborg Reset With James Poulos

"I just want to make sure everyone understands what transhumanism is in the sense of how it applies to them. It's this movement where these people in Silicon Valley want to try and integrate computers or technology actually into humans. You could start to see this with Neuralink with Elon Musk and many other movements and that technology is only accelerating. You saw that with Facebook, which is no longer Facebook. It's now called meta. Now, let me just start with something that I think our audience would be able to understand because there's a lot of technology behind this. I don't think even I have a good grasp on. But is it conceivable that if we do nothing? In 20 years we will be mostly cyborgs or plugged into an alternative universe and not the real world. Talk about the implications of where this technological movement is heading, which is the destruction of the human species. Yeah, that's a trajectory. You can see it in the language, the rhetoric around the great reset. You can see it in the way that, you know, social credit system has already developed in the U.S.. You know, we already have the major corporations and the government, including the part of the government where citizens can not replace these individuals by voting on whether or not they should remain in office. A tremendous unity of the institutions under federal purview, creating a social system on the Internet wherein if you say the right things and do the right things, you know, you won't get a check from the government, but you will get social credit points, basically. And it's still informal, you know, there are these things don't have a name. You can't sort of flex on people by showing that you have a higher social credit score than them. But already, if you have kids and they're on TikTok or if you just really hungry for the memes, you can just go on there and see that, you know, the zoomers who understand what's going on are already making sort of meme videos mocking folks like John Cena for, you know, for saying that Taiwan is a part of China, making fun of him for having an infinite social credit score. They understand where things are going. They understand that, you know, colleges, education system, Hollywood, banking system, every component of these pillars of civil society are all sort of circling the wagons consolidating authority and try to usher people into what I'm calling a cyborg Vivarium. You know, sort of it's like a domed enclosure, really, where people who have merged with their technology are cultivated and reordered on digital

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 Film crew union narrowly approves contract with producers

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Film crew union narrowly approves contract with producers

"There's a labor agreement in Hollywood that will keep productions going forward stagehands cinematographers costume makers and so on it is hard to make a movie or TV show without crew members like that and because of the vote by members on a tentative contract Hollywood will not have to worry about that members of a union that represents about a hundred and fifty thousand people who do those jobs narrowly voted to ratify deals with Hollywood producers the pact that was approved by the rank and file of the international alliance of theatrical and stage employees solidifies a three year deal that was reached in October just before a strike deadline as the deadline approached ninety eight percent of workers gave the union authority to strike if a deal wasn't reached I'm

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'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 3 weeks ago

'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'

"Is it true professor Hansen that you no longer write for the national review, something I was hoping you would decide to do for the last few months? You know, that's a very strange thing. I actually left on January 1 of almost a year ago, but I write a syndicated column that they picked up and so until a few weeks ago, months ago, it was almost people would say to me, why are you writing when you left your big column? I wrote to a week. And I said, I can't control the number of people who want to subscribe to the column. But finally, I think we worked out a thing where they're not subscribing for I'm not writing it. I mean, they're not picking up anything right. And we're not associated anymore. I think this is a fascinating thing we have to dwell on for a moment because this isn't Buckley's national review. Could you talk to us about what they got wrong and why you're not sad not to be published by them? What happened to this? This absolute pillar of conservative thought. I don't know. I have a lot of close friends there, then I was there 20 years and I owe a debt of gratitude in many ways, but I had warned them and they disagreed about it that 90% of their own agendas were championed by Donald Trump. And their argument that he was so crude and uncouth, I asked for empirical proof that tell me about the private live or the office, White House lie out life of LBJ or JFK or Bill Clinton to show me that Trump was cruder. And so I didn't get an adequate answer, and then there were the Covington kids things, the access Hollywood stuff that and lately, Trump is a monkey in a helicopter or Rush Limbaugh was after he died. There was a column about. So we disagreed. But my biggest disagreement was, I said that after the election was over, that Biden would be so bad and so predictably bad that they would be in a situation where they would end up as some other fiercest critics which would beg the question well if you agree so bad, and there was a way to stop him being so bad. Why didn't the magazine take that option? And I couldn't get an adequate response

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Chris Pratt Blasted for Note to Katherine Schwarzenegger

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:05 min | Last month

Chris Pratt Blasted for Note to Katherine Schwarzenegger

"It is very rare that I comment on the world of Hollywood. However, I'm a human relations and insight into what feminism the damage feminism is done to the minds of so many people. Men as well as women though mostly women. I share with you a story from the daily mail. Chris Pratt, big actor. He's 41. He posted a photo of himself and his wife Catherine. Who's 31? Oh, really? Arnold Schwarzenegger's daughter. On a November 2nd. He is accused. This is the headline. Chris Pratt is accused of sexism. The drop in to catch this? After Instagram post, in which he called wife, Catherine Schwarzenegger, oh, that would have been a giveaway. How many towards the negatives do you know, not related to Arnold? His greatest treasure. Now, are you following what I just said? You really don't? That's fascinating. Oh, I love this. This is one of those examples of where I could have the two of you in my quiz game. Why is his calling his wife his greatest treasure sexist? Yes, exactly. Exactly. I'm double COW and McConnell. Oh, my God. He's arguing. I can't believe it. One of the brightest people I know and he's doing something so stupid. He's arguing with the left. That's mind boggling. It means he owns her.

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

05:48 min | Last month

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Everyone i am and you are watching. Hollywood real with jay. Menace so good to have your jake always. I feel like this. Conversation is so long overdue. Yes i feel like it has been a very crazy journey. And i've known you for a long time now but but in general journey has changed so much from when you first met me to where it is now on both sides right every side on every side from from the base core of what i was as the most important as a human to the career. Everything has changed. yeah well we grow and evolve. hopefully hopefully we grow. Hopefully for the better if we're if we're if we're trying to do our job yeah we hopefully change well as you know. This show is about exploring our guest journeys and what they learned from the adversity in their lives and most importantly the lessons that they could pass on to our audience here. So i wanna start go back to the early days and talk about your family and your early interest in acting so i started out. I grew up in san diego had three older sisters full transparency. So my real dad was my biological Married six times. Lots of daughters. So i have three sisters My mom remarried. When i was four to an amazing man is dead. The parks are the my dad's park so when robert parks letter. Where does that come from. Why grew up. My name is robbie. Glenn anthony valetta. That was my first name and then my stepdad raised me. Who i call my dad. 'cause i forget that he is not my dad the type of man. He is When i was in high school i was like i wanna be called parks. I wanna take his name. So then i was rubbing parks. And then that robbie's the transitions of robbie's is robbie to robert to a rob whatever that goes in so now but now it is rubber parks valetta because it's I realize one thing that it is tough out here and every advantage you can take you take you take advantage of it and you work on it and luckily my sister has been working her Her tail off out here in his found some success out here And i saw that in the very beginning it helped. Did.

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Sleepy Joe Biden Caught Dozing off at COP26

Mark Levin

01:34 min | Last month

Sleepy Joe Biden Caught Dozing off at COP26

"One one Well they have this climate change conference 85 official U.S. vehicles were used To transport people And one third of the cabinet was there And billionaires and Hollywood types flew in on their private jets I read one report that enough fuel was used that Scotland in essence Scotland would have used in an entire year So the idiocy of this entire thing is really amazing And of course China Russia and India did not attend China being the biggest polluter in the world Indian number two and I'm sure Russia's way up there too Even though they don't have that many people quite frankly what a 170 million give or take Depending on what lands they conquer But there was a moment when other speeches were being given at this event by other so called world leaders And Joe Biden fell asleep Cut 12 go Yes this is the 5th day of the president's overseas tour and he was seen on camera with his eyes closed It appears that perhaps he was dozing And in these settings cameras are all around the camera caught President Biden who turned 79 later this month with his eyes closed for a period of time And you're right these can be embarrassing

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 Let computers do it: Film set tragedy spurs call to ban guns

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Let computers do it: Film set tragedy spurs call to ban guns

"Julie Walker the accidental shooting on sept by actor Alec Baldwin that killed a cinematographer and injured a director has led to calls for change in Hollywood some say real guns like the one used in Baldwin's bill rust should be banned instead there's a call for big guns and computer generated imagery or C. GI Baldwin was told the gun was not loaded with live rounds weapons used on set take real bullets or blanks depending on the scene Sam dormer Phil Marmaris says he thinks the future is in virtual there also is that there was you know providing and it's the

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Why Are There So Many Job Openings in America? Something's Not Adding Up

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Why Are There So Many Job Openings in America? Something's Not Adding Up

"This. Hey, David, thanks for calling, why are there so many job openings still in America? 5000 job openings, a golden corral? Did you can you believe that? I appreciate time. Thank you. We appreciate all that you do. Thank you. It's all part of the plan. It's part of destroying America. Pay people to stay home. You know, in our schools, they got CRT and mask mandates and the injection. Inflation, look at the board. Look at Afghanistan. The food shortages barges out in the West Coast. They can't even land. It's all part of the plant to destroy American. If The White House don't step up soon, we're all going to be trouble. I mean, this is like this is like David. David, this is like a Hollywood movie. If you put a script together and said, how would you slowly but surely destroy the country, these are the policies that would be enacted. I mean, you're so right. Now, let's go back to your first point though about paying people to stay home. The unemployment, the pandemic unemployment benefits ended him over a month ago. So why aren't you go ahead programs after that? There's still programs after the helping people write less. It might not be clear for people to see, but there's still people out there getting money to do nothing. Yeah, but if you work, I don't know. If you work at a golden corral and you're making, you know, 14, $15 an hour, $17 an hour, maybe you get tips. You know, however that works, whatever the income is for people. And then you're paid to stay home for a year, I get it. All the unemployment, the key COVID era unemployment programs that were established by the cares act ended September 6th. People aren't getting paid anymore to stay home, so don't they have to go to work? Did people save enough? While they weren't working? I mean, something else is going on here. There's something that is not making sense.

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"Audience of One"    Bruce Baum   Bonus Show # 24   - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:20 min | Last month

"Audience of One" Bruce Baum Bonus Show # 24 - burst 1

"Bruce bruce. Thanks for joining us today. I hear you have a little funny to share with the crowd. Yes i do it by the way you've got the best saudi important world. This happened on hollywood squares match our and at the end of the show they let you pick one of the celebrities and you come out and whatever the the jackpot is up. You try to win. At this point it was thirty thousand dollars. Wow that was a few ten consecutive letters. Like you might start me and then go from c. tearing you'll get one clue and they have to say the word you're trying to get them to say that they get all ten they win thirty thousand well on this particular day. The guys who ended up winning. He's got a beard and he's got a cat. And he's telling steve al and a couple of other stars backstage that he works for the cia and that he monitors foreign stuff out of turkey. And we're like whoo. That's kind of cool but in the back of your mind you're not supposed to carry you there in the

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Why Do We Continue to Buy From China?

Mark Levin

01:58 min | Last month

Why Do We Continue to Buy From China?

"As you were saying earlier I don't understand why Americans by any products made in China for a long time Checked out products to see where their manufactured and a lot of times you just can't tell it because it says distributed by and it's a country in America to company in America So I thought there was a lot point where it had to be printed on the packaging of the product To tell you where the country is large and manufacturer was but apparently I haven't seen that I don't know if that was under the Trump administration But I do not buy any products in China by the Mexico Vietnam I'll buy them in product because that's what I have to get But I mainly look for products made in the United States I don't understand why Americans would buy products for I agree with you Part of the problem is like certain drugs because they have certain elements in China that we don't have certain material that we don't have I mean in the ground and so forth There is no escaping it But in terms of basic manufacturing you're a 100% right and Washington talks about this now You know the first one to talk about this was Trump Washington never talked about this but they talk about it now And here's the problem the Chinese have bought off so many of our institutions including politicians Look at swalwell Look at Pelosi Look at Feinstein He's only going to hear from him anymore Look at these colleges and universities with these Confucius Institutes Look at a Hollywood and how much money China has in the movie industry And then you look at our products too They have they have spread like a virus like a poison throughout the society And the one guy trying to put the brakes on it was Donald Trump and I think to some extent that's why they tried to take

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Strike dodged with deal between film and TV crews, studios

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Strike dodged with deal between film and TV crews, studios

"A last minute deal has averted a strike of film and television crews that would have stopped production across the US our margins are a letter with the latest after days of negotiations between studios and entertainment companies and the international alliance of theatrical stage employees they came to an agreement Saturday on a three year contract over working hours time often wages if they had not nearly sixty thousand behind the scenes workers would have gone on strike on Monday not just in Hollywood but in filming locations like Georgia New Mexico and Colorado TV viewers would have noticed right away with productions with quick turnarounds like network talk shows and soap operas the workers still need to vote to approve the deal

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 Film TV workers union says strike to start next week

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Film TV workers union says strike to start next week

"Hollywood crews are threatening to strike studios are at odds with the union representing film and television crews which says it's sixty thousand members will begin a nationwide strike on Monday if it doesn't reach a deal a strike would bring a halt to filming on a broad range of productions union leaders say catching up on production is delayed by the pandemic is resulting in worse working conditions union members say they're forced to work excessive hours and are given reasonable rest or meal breaks and that the lowest paid crass get a livable wages a publicist for the group representing the studio's Gerry Gonzalez says

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Filmmaker Elijah Stephans on His New Documentary 'Send Proof'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Filmmaker Elijah Stephans on His New Documentary 'Send Proof'

"I go. I hear about miracles. Some of them are baloney but most of them are true. They're people that i know and trust and they give you details but we live in a world where people act as though there's no such thing as a miracle or who i've never seen proof i've never That's sort of legitimate In any event. I've often said to friends of mine like ken fish or others. That you know you've got to document this because people they won't take your word for it. They people are very skeptical. Well there's good news. I don't know what it is but there's good news. No there is good news. I know what it is. I know what the good news is. And i know what these small g. Small and good news is today. There's a film out called send proof it's about the very thing i have been discussing with me. Filmmaker elijah stevens. That's you yes. Stevens now you come to us from reading california right. That's far away a long trip. That's where my friends of bill. And benny johnson live and he relation. No no relation or relation. You you made a film called cent proof about the very thing we're talking about so i wanna find out first of all. Tell my audience in thirty seconds. What what is this film. This is my journey to go. See if there's evidence for miracles especially healing miracles. What the doctor say what the philosophers say what the skeptics say. What mike shurmur say or james randi guy who call peter popoff with an ear piece. I try to all those. Those are super skeptics. Super scott who are pretending to be like harry houdini with the spiritualists and they ounces. They're trying to undo the now. Listen that's not a bad thing. Because i get annoyed would be putting it mildly. If there's any tomfoolery. And he phoniness whatever. Now i've not seen any but you know that there's some people out there but the to my mind. Almost all of the people who talk about this stuff are are are straight shooters because there are a tiny handful of frauds out there. Hollywood goes with the fraud narrative and you see all these films about fraudulent faith healing and stuff so it's a great thing that you decided to make a film like

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Reaching pre-pandemic levels, 'Venom' debuts with $90.1M

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Reaching pre-pandemic levels, 'Venom' debuts with $90.1M

"It's probably the best news for Hollywood in more than a year and a half good evening Jan this is high it's a major sign that the movie industry is ready to say goodbye to the pandemic error the Marvel sequel venom let there be carnage did some serious damage at the box office over the weekend bringing in a whopping ninety point one million dollars in ticket sales not only does that represent the best total of any movie during the pandemic so far it also means that venom has out grossed its original which came out back in twenty eighteen all this despite the fact that the movie was expected to earn only half that amount in its debut and what is good news for Hollywood may only get better the new James Bond film hits movie theaters this coming weekend in its international debut it put up monster numbers so the movie industry is hoping that it will follow that act when it opens domestically I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Your homework assignment. Bang one listen to music. That's easy right. yeah. I do that every day. That's easy right on but really listen. Do you have air. Phones like air pods earphones. Put your earphones in my air phone. Where a blindfold put your earphones in where blindfold and walk around and bump into things in your apartment should be a private experience. Should be a private experience for you. But for god's sake don't go to the bathroom especially knowing that you don't clean that stuff. No i do. I wipe my ass and it's going to be so loud if you're in there like it's gonna totally drown out your earphones if 'cause you think after all that coffee when i'm doing it i can't hear anything. I literally go deaf. And i lose my sense of taste and smell which actually hasn't come back for a while. Jesus christ many probably got coporate now with the heard here. The heard you guys think you're developing a small herd immunity in your loft have heard about the heard via song idea a you're on the ages. That's maybe a song idea. Can you ask your roommates to do any kind of intimate stuff in the background of another room or like just not in your line in the cameras. Line of sight Time not the our relationship is not at a place where i feel comfortable asking them for anything else Arrangements sexuality scare you. It doesn't scare me it's just it. It's a little distracting. I mean they're looking straight down the barrel of your webcam as a faulk. Well the relationship. I have with my roommates is my own business and i if you're frightened by. That joined the club. Because the time that i did ask them not to looking at my webcam they beat my ass so what. I would like to say for your next homework. Assignment is. we're gonna talk about your philosophy figure out what you want your music to say or better yet what you want it to see. I want you to sing everywhere you go all next week. Come back in with a hit song and one more thing small thing and i just going to bring it up and actually relates a little bit to what you were saying earlier. We're gonna wanna go no november throughout this process. You dig flip all right. We're we're learning. We're not gonna jerk off all this month as though it's november look we're finding inspiration were performing and the last thing we want to do is give away our power to some dirty magazine. Okay so this is your job now. You're at work bang. Please don't pull a tube in on us. That's not the kind of song writing. But we're gonna go known up november for this entire process. Sure and you especially you especially either we all do it or don't like we know we don't do it. That's what no nut movember is but you a special fine. I'm sean clements. This has been my minced. Mince minced. I'm sean clemens and this has been my monsters class. I don't understand. How do you still not know how to say that. What do you mean are we gonna play poker or was that all routes pike eastbound me. Hollywood masterclass is a production of the vibrant wants in conjunction with sicher premium. The show is produced in scored by brett.

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Hollywood Handbook

06:08 min | 3 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

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Hollywood Real

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Dante. Thanks for joining me today. Man yes i know. That's good. I can't wait to catch you up. You know. talk about talk about the town as it. Were we go way back. We've done some cool projects together. A really a really fun film. Great film yup. I wanna talk about that too but before we go too far. Who are you My name is dante bosco. I've been an actor in hollywood for over thirty years. Now it's like. I think might thirty four three hundred years crazy like that. I feel so young to be saying things like that. Your and so my over my career. A lot of people know me from characters. Rouphael from the movie hoc Discovered by steven spielberg nineties. Up to some of my gina working are all throughout the nineties and two thousand and another popular character. I'm known for his pursue. Go from avatar last air bender as well as Jake long the american dragging for disney a different bunch of years so Been very fortunate in my career over the last thirty years..

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Hollywood Real

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"But yeah i i really i feel like our mission is just just getting started. Because each celebrity that we work with and that jumps on board to our ideology just becomes a big megaphone for our message of good looks good health and so more big megaphones collect the latter. The message is and. I think that we're really going to be able to help. A lot of people thanks to the massive following of these big artists and so i'm looking forward to give me a chance to work with the more fantastic. Yeah so to wrap it all up in this in all of this life experiences you have you certainly done a lot of things. You've met a lot of people. Travelled everything else right is there a big takeaway. What does this all mean to you. What is the big message that you think you learned out of all this. If there was one thing i the sound adage. But i think that if you work hard you can achieve your dreams but the caveat is if you know what your dreams are because when i was Ten years old. I sat my parents. Down said a farm in rural maine and i looked out the snow and said what are we doing here. Like what's going on here. And they said to me eric. Remember my dad's a therapist. He's is all about talking. Never scolding but talking said eric someday when you grow up if you wanna live in a place it's warm and that's that's crowded and that's filled with with people that are doing a lot of things 'cause we out in the country that'll be that'll be your choice and two. He gave me that choice. And i i accepted that choice. So now i live in a place where are palm trees and sunshine. Artists are everyday that come into my place and sort of share with me all their creativity and talk about inspiration. You think i inspire them. These guys come in and they are. They're buzzing with inspiration. They've created new songs. They've started new films. They're about to shoot a new television show and they're just blazing to talk about it and it's really exciting. I mean it's it's a great life. Yeah so great about creative. Yeah i know. Yeah that's awesome. So where do we find out more about you. Where do we find you. The interwebs and everything. Well you can watch celebrity sweat. And and that's on amazon. You can reach me online at eric. The trainer on instagram twitter and facebook. Or you can come to los angeles and come to mike. Jim and have fun awesome. Yeah right excellent eric. Thank you so much. Thank you jay. Abbas was so much fun. Super fun thanks..

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Hollywood Real

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"But yeah i i really i feel like our mission is just just getting started. Because each celebrity that we work with and that jumps on board to our ideology just becomes a big megaphone for our message of good looks good health and so more big megaphones collect the latter. The message is and. I think that we're really going to be able to help. A lot of people thanks to the massive following of these big artists and so i'm looking forward to give me a chance to work with the more fantastic. Yeah so to wrap it all up in this in all of this life experiences you have you certainly done a lot of things. You've met a lot of people. Travelled everything else right is there a big takeaway. What does this all mean to you. What is the big message that you think you learned out of all this. If there was one thing i the sound adage. But i think that if you work hard you can achieve your dreams but the caveat is if you know what your dreams are because when i was Ten years old. I sat my parents. Down said a farm in rural maine and i looked out the snow and said what are we doing here. Like what's going on here. And they said to me eric. Remember my dad's a therapist. He's is all about talking. Never scolding but talking said eric someday when you grow up if you wanna live in a place it's warm and that's that's crowded and that's filled with with people that are doing a lot of things 'cause we out in the country that'll be that'll be your choice and two. He gave me that choice. And i i accepted that choice. So now i live in a place where are palm trees and sunshine. Artists are everyday that come into my place and sort of share with me all their creativity and talk about inspiration. You think i inspire them. These guys come in and they are. They're buzzing with inspiration. They've created new songs. They've started new films. They're about to shoot a new television show and they're just blazing to talk about it and it's really exciting. I mean it's it's a great life. Yeah so great about creative. Yeah i know. Yeah that's awesome. So where do we find out more about you. Where do we find you. The interwebs and everything. Well you can watch celebrity sweat. And and that's on amazon. You can reach me online at eric. The trainer on instagram twitter and facebook. Or you can come to los angeles and come to mike. Jim and have fun awesome. Yeah right excellent eric. Thank you so much. Thank you jay. Abbas was so much fun. Super fun thanks..

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Hollywood Real

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"The greatest thing i've ever done. I would rather have a fancy mattress a normal car than a fancy car in a bad mattress. Good advice yeah eric. What's on your bucket list. I wanna ride an elephant. I haven't done it yet. But And i've been to india and i've been to the middle east i've been all over the world but i haven't written an elephant. You know it was usually when. I'm in those places. They happy so booked that i never really worked it into the schedule. And because my name is it starts with an e. Elephants are like the biggest animal on earth. And and it starts. I mean i just. I feel great connection to elephants. Also they're kind of good luck for me and so I definitely i'm going to do that. I was going to do that on my fiftieth birthday. But it fell on the super bowl. So i had to host the celebrity game before the super bowl and so i couldn't run elephant but I'm definitely going to do that very soon. That's on my bucket list. Yeah yeah it's funny that you say that because you know when you hit a milestone age let's say when you hit fifty you think back on your life and you think back on all the things that you did. And i remember very distinctly. When i was twelve years old. I was living on a farm in maine. And i listened to def leppard. They were my favorite band and my favorite movie was the karate kid and now years later i work with the cast of cobra kai i trained leopard and tour with. I'm like nothing's changed. I just got close to do things i liked. So it's kind of funny funny. How it works. it's crazy. I mean crazy so next for you well. We have all kinds of things coming up. I'm going to be in prague and budapest in about two weeks doing all kinds of superfund things over there. And then i'm back for week. Go on tour all summer. Long with def leppard up in canada. We're starting in nova scotia going all the way over to calgary it'll take us about a month to do all those concerts come back for a couple of weeks and then we go to vegas because they're doing a residency in vegas so i'll be training them there and So he's an adventure man. It's always veget- your on tour with them as their trainer as their trainer cool is that superfund. I love it. It's fun have you done that. With other touring bands. Before you know. I never have. They've asked me for years. I've always got. I always get the in shape at my gym. And then i take one of my guys and send them on. The road like ivan right now is on the road. Touring the world with a strokes. I've never gone just because you know i'm really busy. Pulled in a million directions and the big joke of my career. The first forty years was the only band that i would ever go out with. I don't know and they never asked me and then i started working with deaf. Leopard was the it was kind of a joke. That i you know the only thing i would ever see yes to. I don't know and they've never asked me then. I did get to know them. I worked successfully with them and they asked me to go. And i said yeah so. Last year i was on tour with def leppard and journey together and we had the greatest time i mean. It was a blast journey to. Yeah what an awesome. They were great and and you know. I didn't know journey before..

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Hollywood Real

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"The greatest thing i've ever done. I would rather have a fancy mattress a normal car than a fancy car in a bad mattress. Good advice yeah eric. What's on your bucket list. I wanna ride an elephant. I haven't done it yet. But And i've been to india and i've been to the middle east i've been all over the world but i haven't written an elephant. You know it was usually when. I'm in those places. They happy so booked that i never really worked it into the schedule. And because my name is it starts with an e. Elephants are like the biggest animal on earth. And and it starts. I mean i just. I feel great connection to elephants. Also they're kind of good luck for me and so I definitely i'm going to do that. I was going to do that on my fiftieth birthday. But it fell on the super bowl. So i had to host the celebrity game before the super bowl and so i couldn't run elephant but I'm definitely going to do that very soon. That's on my bucket list. Yeah yeah it's funny that you say that because you know when you hit a milestone age let's say when you hit fifty you think back on your life and you think back on all the things that you did. And i remember very distinctly. When i was twelve years old. I was living on a farm in maine. And i listened to def leppard. They were my favorite band and my favorite movie was the karate kid and now years later i work with the cast of cobra kai i trained leopard and tour with. I'm like nothing's changed. I just got close to do things i liked. So it's kind of funny funny. How it works. it's crazy. I mean crazy so next for you well. We have all kinds of things coming up. I'm going to be in prague and budapest in about two weeks doing all kinds of superfund things over there. And then i'm back for week. Go on tour all summer. Long with def leppard up in canada. We're starting in nova scotia going all the way over to calgary it'll take us about a month to do all those concerts come back for a couple of weeks and then we go to vegas because they're doing a residency in vegas so i'll be training them there and So he's an adventure man. It's always veget- your on tour with them as their trainer as their trainer cool is that superfund. I love it. It's fun have you done that. With other touring bands. Before you know. I never have. They've asked me for years. I've always got. I always get the in shape at my gym. And then i take one of my guys and send them on. The road like ivan right now is on the road. Touring the world with a strokes. I've never gone just because you know i'm really busy. Pulled in a million directions and the big joke of my career. The first forty years was the only band that i would ever go out with. I don't know and they never asked me and then i started working with deaf. Leopard was the it was kind of a joke. That i you know the only thing i would ever see yes to. I don't know and they've never asked me then. I did get to know them. I worked successfully with them and they asked me to go. And i said yeah so. Last year i was on tour with def leppard and journey together and we had the greatest time i mean. It was a blast journey to. Yeah what an awesome. They were great and and you know. I didn't know journey before..

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Just personally your spirit is wonderful but for the people that don't live locally and don't have that opportunity to interact with you. How can they learn from you. Do you have online programs or anything like this. We do have some online programming in general. We've been so busy with real world success that we haven't given the online world a focus the way that we probably should but i can imagine the next year or two that will focus more on online we can reach a broader audience and be between working with the celebrities and hollywood literally that are shooting the movies and making the tv shows and performing the concerts that go out constantly around the world along with hosting slavery sweat. We're we're craze like it's super busy that being said i'd like to do more online and i'd like to get a chance to touch more people and we have. We have friends like ted mcgrath. I don't know if you know ten mcgrath put a ted is a friend of ours and he's really mastered the online outreach and so he's assured us he's going to help us make some great connections online and of course gary v is very inspiring. He's a great guy who's online and it's always fun to watch his videos and stuff. But i think think that there's great value in the notion of being with someone and having that connection and although you can reach millions of people through television or online. I'm i'm still kind of addicted to that. Live essence of being with someone. So i might have to book a speaking tour or something you know i wanna wanna go out there and touch more people. Personally yeah do you identify more as an introvert or extrovert. I think extrovert. I mean although i really cherish the time that i'm in the car by myself thinking and ruminating and meditating on things it's really exciting to go out into the world and meet people and try to make an impact on their lives. Just smiled thumb showed their hand. Ask them questions. Listened to them sometimes. Being a good listeners. The most important thing so Yeah i mean. Jacqueline was on a mission to change the world and he really did and he might not be alive now but he's my heart and i'm on that same mission so hopefully some young guy watching this will say i'm gonna join that mission to and they'll go out and degrade people need help more than ever i mean for all of the connection that social media gives us. I don't think we've ever been more isolated community so it's really It's a double edged sword. That people don't realize. I think eventually five years ten years twenty years from now they're going to look back at it and say wow. The addictive properties of this really curbed the way society was was headed. And so i'm hoping to remind people about the importance of movement nourishment and sleep things. You can't get online so to you as social media is that just another told the can be used for good or bad..

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Hollywood Real

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"And just personally your spirit is wonderful but for the people that don't live locally and don't have that opportunity to interact with you. How can they learn from you. Do you have online programs or anything like this. We do have some online programming in general. We've been so busy with real world success that we haven't given the online world a focus the way that we probably should but i can imagine the next year or two that will focus more on online we can reach a broader audience and be between working with the celebrities and hollywood literally that are shooting the movies and making the tv shows and performing the concerts that go out constantly around the world along with hosting slavery sweat. We're we're craze like it's super busy that being said i'd like to do more online and i'd like to get a chance to touch more people and we have. We have friends like ted mcgrath. I don't know if you know ten mcgrath put a ted is a friend of ours and he's really mastered the online outreach and so he's assured us he's going to help us make some great connections online and of course gary v is very inspiring. He's a great guy who's online and it's always fun to watch his videos and stuff..

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Hollywood Real

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Their lifestyles and are only goals to motivate inspire people to take better care of themselves so i mean. I've been on stage with the chippendales dancers ripping my shirt off. I've been at wolfgang puck restaurants cooking with a ufc fighters and carrot top. I've been backstage broadway with family opera. We've been all over the world. We've been in india. We've been in the middle east. We've been in europe all over the place super fun. Yeah it sounds like it. Yeah i mean hey life is fun so backing up. Tell me how you in this for the benefit of people who want their own shows. Did you go out and pitcher yourself. I show our One of the things. That was suggested to me. When when i when he said i want you to host the show and i i had done a bunch of video projects with youtube videos and stuff i felt like i needed some formal training to To learn how to be a good host. Because i could just tell that i i was a little rough and so Someone suggested to me that. I watch television and find the person that i want to be. Just like and learn from them and it's it sounds very simple but it was really kind of interesting. It was a fun project at the time there was a show on called entertainment tonight and it was hosted by guiding mark. Stein's so i. I decided he's a strong guy. Like a big guy but he's a terrific host. He does things now. I think on national geographic..

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Hollywood Real

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Lifestyles and are only goals to motivate inspire people to take better care of themselves so i mean. I've been on stage with the chippendales dancers ripping my shirt off. I've been at wolfgang puck restaurants cooking with a ufc fighters and carrot top. I've been backstage broadway with family opera. We've been all over the world. We've been in india. We've been in the middle east. We've been in europe all over the place super fun. Yeah it sounds like it. Yeah i mean hey life is fun so backing up. Tell me how you in this for the benefit of people who want their own shows. Did you go out and pitcher yourself. I show our One of the things. That was suggested to me. When when i when he said i want you to host the show and i i had done a bunch of video projects with youtube videos and stuff i felt like i needed some formal training to To learn how to be a good host. Because i could just tell that i i was a little rough and so Someone suggested to me that. I watch television and find the person that i want to be. Just like and learn from them and it's it sounds very simple but it was really kind of interesting. It was a fun project at the time there was a show on called entertainment tonight and it was hosted by guiding mark. Stein's so i. I decided he's a strong guy. Like a big guy but he's a terrific host. He does things now. I think on national geographic. He's he does things all over the place he did home and family So when i realized. I wanted to to be like that. I went to work the very next day and i said i wonder if anyone my clients no mark stein is well sure enough one of my clients as soon as i mentioned it. One of my clients like my sister is his assistant. I said great said. Please let them know that. Erica trainer wants to learn from him. And i'll pay whatever it costs to get a chance to have direct contact with him. And i can learn from the best so the next thing i know. I'm invited to set to learn mark stein and he gives me a financial number. That's pretty hefty. I would have to pay to do this. And i said no problem. It was worth it. It was an investment future. So i said. And i'm all excited to meet him because he's a very charming guy. He was charming initially but he was a tough teacher and it was only a one day thing where i was literally onset with him. While he was shooting and inbetween he was. He was giving me advice and and teaching me things man that day was. It went down in history. It was an intense fascinating Day of learning. And when it was over i gave him the money and he said no way. I don't want any of that money. Because i think you're gonna be great and i want to take credit for it realms. We wouldn't take any money. Yeah he wouldn't take any money so just from that one day crash course from a guy i really loved and respected professionally have launched a career as a host and it's it's never failed..

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Hi america trainer. I'm a hollywood physique expert. And you're watching hollywood. Real with jay bomb are there. Thanks so much for coming on what really stands out about. You is the presence that you have with people whenever you walk into a room man you just light it up and everybody's glad to see you. It was learned or were you always kind of like that. you know. Thank you so much for the compliments. I i'm a firm believer that you run into someone who has passion for what they do and they feel like they're on a mission that's larger than themselves. They radiate energy and if you look at history. People in general as a mass are attracted to those filled with energy whether it's positive or negative i mean you can have someone like jfk who really lead a nation at during a time. That was very crucial. Or you can have someone like adolf hitler. I mean who is absolutely evil but it possessed so much conviction and energy that people follow them. So i think it's all about energy and in my case. Thank you so much for saying that. I love what i do and so for me. I'm on a mission to make the world a better place through health and fitness and lifestyle. And so. Yeah when i walk into a room. I can't turn it off. I'm i'm excited to talk to people and try to help wonderful. Yeah it's a loving which you right. Yeah absolutely and you're talking about really personal leadership. A lot of people think about leadership or prioritizing that skill if they lead company. Ceo's sort or things but really it touches every part of your life. Absolutely i mean if you look at the world people that others are attracted to. You can almost divide them into two categories. There are people in the world where they say be like me do like me and then there are people in the world like me where i say. What can i do with all of my knowledge and background..

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Hollywood Unscripted

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Anything that was born out of that came from the awkwardness came from a line came from relief. Yeah I think you're constantly calibrating and you don't always know in the moment how far to go and where the boundaries are like. Jim said it's a lot of experimentation. And letting the comedy be born out of that drama so that it feels authentic and honest. We experienced that a little bit with the way back where we had through two different worlds. We had the drama that was going on in the House on the suffocation Asian and we had a kid and then we had this larger than life waterpark and it was blending those two worlds and make sure they fit in the same movie and this is not so dissimilar in the sense that you have their own experiences these two people and they go on their own separate days and have these exciting things happen to them but it does have to throw a fit in the fabric of the rest of the movie and Luckily we shot a lot and we had a lot of editing time to sort of make sure we were scenes in remove move scenes. Yes but it is a little bit of a trial and error as you go. You don't always know. Sometimes those broader moments actually work and give you a little release from the drama and and sometimes they skew too much and you realize it's doesn't fit that raises an interesting question because you keep referring back to the heart of the movie that eleven page scene and and that's as dramatic as deep as it gets between a married couple something and when you have that and then you're trying to work in the comedy. You have a choice this on the comedy you can go very real on the comedy or you can go broad you can go over the top And certainly some of the characters that you introduced in this movie tended towards the latter. What was behind that decision will to the first part? Yes you have Zach and Rosie sitting there and that represents us which allows the comedy to sort of present itself within that scene because there is uncomfortable as we are so. I think a lot of our comedy comes from just the very reactions. They're having to this moment and Zach attempting to put the fire out a little bit and try to make it better. As far as like sume you're talking to like Charlotte or into autos character and Guirellmo ski instructor as well in Rosy for that matter they function especially especially Charlotte as sort of this great European hovering just over the ground. There's a toast sticking. They're coming from a different point of view and we really wanted something. That was in billy's face you know in other words she and Guido and Rosie all pose the same question in different ways which is basically billy facing. Is She taking care of herself. Is She allowing it. Be about her is she letting go too. Much of herself. And Rosie's sane obviously roses point of view about black and white and billy knows it's not black and white but it's important for her to come in contact with these. I think being able to have a couple of characters Allison Janney. We always loved and way back. She just hovers little bit just over the ground and when you have actresses like Miranda Otto Allison Janney for that fact to know how to play this delicate line between a character and being grounded. That's the magic that you're looking for that that eleven page scene must have been somewhat painful to write. I guess if you enjoy pain I think actually I mean I think you know again force mature gifts gift shoe with that moment in the sense that the words change and the circumstances of the characters in some of the beats but again starting with Jesse starting to tackle it and then just sort of expands he's becomes juicier and juicier as you just keep adding layers and for Julia to be able to go in there in Cohen angry and then go through sorrow and then just be infuriated by then make terrible choice as a mother to put her kids as pawns in a game that she did not want to be a part of. You can't ask for more fun. Seen to both right and be a part of what I would think that in the process of writing that there's got to be a lot of new insights you find into yourself. Yes I came to realize that I just enjoyed writing writing stuff for Julia because I felt like I was just putting my words. Will I save a lot and I like. You can't run and Ski Gi boots. As of you're having seen it makes me think about my own life and about how I deal with things like that. Yes yes yes poor choices that you make think that's one of the wonderful things about that scene. You identify a lot of yourself in their help to and how you at times just make the terrible choice. It doubled down on your defense and letting your ego and your selfishness kind of get in the way of practicality or -nology or admittance you know a way out would of this whole thing but instead you stubbornly deny that to be the bell just that tension is what makes the scene so wonderful she. She said this. So I'm stealing sort of his thoughts about l.. Say Americans for this point. But he's talked a lot about how when we're presented in front of someone say Oh we're fine we're great how about you. And we shift the focus. Secures thing where they aired it something. None of us want to do in front of two people which is say how we really are right now and to have this moment that because his uncorked and has put up with enough to air. This what we call dirty laundry in front of them to exposes vulnerabilities to bring kids out as something that we all try to avoid in our lives. You know just to say great. Our you and don't speak our truth. So that's another enjoyment here. Hi this is. Jenny Curtis producer of Hollywood unscripted. We hope this show is igniting. Your passion as much as it is hours. Please subscribe rate us and leave a review. It really does matter as we bring you more inspiring conversations with filmmakers. You admire now back to the show..

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Emotions but it's your emotions that we're bringing to the song to the screen but people like Bernardine in others like the women. I met the warden's their emotional but they control their emotion there. Compassion comes out instead of stroking the condemned. Insane I'm sorry you're condemned. Who is that going to help their compassion is? I'm GonNa keep order right now. I'm he everything. Calm now I I will see you all the way through this with dignity and every one of them I met and the man who choreographed our execution scenes. He's put more people through the process than any person person in the world because he worked in four states that have been active putting people to death. He at a certain point became a fervent campaigner against the penalty. But they say they never put anybody through the process that didn't thank them right before the final action and so that is compassion. They are not the state date. They are not the tax payer. They're doing our work and so until they change the law. The person you would like to be in charge of view you would hope it is a war that has come from mental health life Bernardine that has come from the mental health field or from social work in the prisons that I visited in Ohio. Now everybody's different just like every journalist is different but a lot of times. We've seen onscreen historically kind of these ogres. These people that can you imagine. We're pulling the wings off. Live birds when they were young but the reality is different yes. The culture inside a lot of prisons is brutal is awful. It is these. Were you become a criminal if you weren't before but this is a story about a particular prison in particular staff and we wanted to first of all. I'll bring forward the missing element of before you decide whether you're pro or con definitely. We've debated for decades and thank God. It's tipped over. The majority of Americans are against the penalty for any number of reasons. But it's just in atmosphere right now where let's put in a very vital thing that has been missing. What does it do to those people? It's a very intimate relationship the warden to the condemned and also the major the three guards that might I be there with that condemned person like we got a big role here in California and all this could speak to you about that but there were nine. Maybe ten people on the role and and Ohio and the men's maximum. The one woman on death row in Ohio was house at the women's prison a medium security prison she lived in a room above a garage is on the prison grounds by herself. But that's the person that you see every day. That's your coworker. This usually ten fifteen twenty years news before you've exhausted. All your appeals. So that's the person you see every day and it's like turning suddenly one day and go. Okay Jim. We're going to have to take you out. God that takes an emotional toll. 'cause that's somebody you just met. You know that person has a human being because you have given them respect all this time they have become. They're calm down better south and whatever being drove them into a frenzy and we are finding sometimes. They didn't do it at all. So they're living with the injustice of knowing that not only will they be put to death but their name they will never again regain their reputation and and the family inheritance that you talk about the relationship that develops between the incarcerator incarcerate head. That really came through. I think can you say with all this talk to us about that if you will. I'll just went to San Quentin and he met with people there. He did rework with Chinoy. I know he told me he. Red Troy Davis's book so he came already fully loaded with everything he needed to do to settle into being being Anthony Woods. I came back from Ohio. We didn't shoot for a month. I was a witness there and when you witness is not that look you inhale. You absorb your internalize well. No don't internalize because that gets in your head. This is all sensory story and so I just know for like the month after I was spontaneously burst into tears at the farmer's market and I have a joyful life and that just weeping uncontrollably for about a minute or two and I wasn't thinking anything it wasn't like Oh whatever said and it's not that and I'm not a method actor my private the joy and pain is the only thing that I have that I own and then I realized what it was. I was weeping other people's tears. I was coming undone because they couldn't whether they you were incarcerated. Or the incarcerate Hor who to call. It's the currency of it. So by the time all this that I and Richard Michael O'Neill Danielle and all of us. By the time we got to camera and you know the plot you sit to actors together. Who not only? I'm not afraid with that's the language we speak. Is that complete. Trust in the give-and-take you've got your relationship right there and you can sit in it all day. You don't have. I have to say cut to Bernardine. So Africa's not waiting for cut 'cause average not present burning nervous stop in her life and not be burning and neither does anthony. There's no pain there. There's just this stain note. Until do mail drops his baton. You do touch on was one of my original questions which is possibly big scared of a role because it does affect you. When you're at the farmer's market you burst into tears how can this not stay with you as a human and being when you're performing these roles but that's not scary bursting into tears burst into tears? I will see a beautiful baby. I will see you touch. Your lover then agrees me to tears. Tears cleansing tears an affirmation if when you got ready to work and you thought of devastating things from your life to bring up emotion in yourself then you probably are doing damage yourself. I mean you go there. It's just like if you've got a scene where they're terrible and they're harder to do than weeping is where you have to laugh laugh constantly. Oh my God trying to keep that stuff fresh but you used breath you use the breath to get emotions. You don't recall our I don't we gets it in here. All of us and I could get squat with our legs open on the ground and we can start breathing together and they would come up a lot of tears. Sometimes sometimes it goes into hysterical laughter all of that so one of the keys. Is You use your breath. What's your takeaway from this project? It's yet another time time. One time was when I met Anita Hill after all of the awfulness that the Senate put her through during that. Confirmation of Clarence Thomas. I met her and I wanted to meet her because we grew up an hour apart drinking the same water the same time period and she was a conservative and I I was weighed left of a liberal. I just wanted to meet her. I like having those conversations where it gets a revelation. I want to be able to see the other. Person's point of view you refining our own positions by hearing each other. That happened to me because as I said earlier I couldn't imagine the point of view of a warden it just because I had never been exposed to it. I know why I could never be a warden. All chaos would break loose. I would let people go to their mother's funeral. At let their people we'll come in and visit them and let people wear whatever they wanted to. And then everybody's hurt damaged and it messes up everything. So I have a respect for and I came to clock compassion. Indiscipline Alfre woodard. Thank you so much for joining us. Hollywood unscrupulous when we come back. We're going to be talking with the writer director of clemency joy.

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Welcome to Hollywood unscripted. I'm your host Scott All Malibu Film Society. Today we're talking about clemency. The new movie which deals with the death penalty moldy in a way that I don't think any film has ever done before. We're going to be talking a little bit later with the writer and the director but right now we're GONNA be talking with the Star of the film Alfre woodard welcome. Thank thank you was one of the cast of the film great cast. I mean it really is and so many other roles everybody plays such a key role role in fleshing out the story which is about the emotional toll that putting people to death takes on the people who have to do that in your case it's a hundred and twenty acting credits. You've played everything from a slave to the president of the United States. You have one thousand nine hundred eighty four Oscar nomination for Cross Creek. You have more emmy awards than any other African American actors and that doesn't count your work on stage. What lead you to choose roles these days? Yeah is not these days. I've always chosen what I wanted to sign onto the same all the way through it is when the script when the writer at this time of my writer. Filmmaker has to be on the page from me and it has to be. I don't go to work just to go to work with a person or to be associated with another actor especially asking for money because you see a lot of Indian d work but it is the story and I especially go to work when it's something that I don't know. Oh how do I like to have to figure out how to do how to bring the thing off and especially when it is a point of view that we never see. And if I I think I can think of something that somebody else might not think of in that portrayal because I love to see a good portrayal but I feel like sometimes. It doesn't need me so so all of those things would this Brandon Cornelius. Our producer talked me about knowing Tchoukou who you will meet who she was. I said yes. Let's take this meeting. She said we. We want you to play a prison warden. Well that immediately prick up your ears. Because I didn't know there were prison warns and thought about it. I've always been on the other side with the candles outside ride the prison or signing onto petitions to help people get a stay of execution so there was all learning to do. I knew nothing about it. You could take a script Even Act it well but I'm not that kind of person I'm not that kind of actor Damore. I have to learn the more interested. I am one of the great pluses about being an actor. You're required to keep learning so it's great to be seventy eight years owning said okay. I have to find out how the Calculus teacher feature what that means. I gotTA Learn Calculus. I have to figure out all of those things and so she took me on a tour of Ohio prisons to know you did. We went went to medium security women's maximum and medium men. I met three wardens a deputy warden. I met the director of corrections and not just meet have meals with these. People sat in on their meetings with the major and the whole staff went to the row. Where the condemned men are and had the privilege village of spending time with to condemn men? And I say privileged because if you know you have a certain amount of time to talk to two women from mm-hmm quote Unquote Hollywood. That's a privilege. They agreed to talk all of them. All of these people because of Chinoy is history there in her commitment her eight year commitment of changing her life to go there and work on clemency cases and to teach women screenwriting and filmmaking in the prisons there so that's why we had entree. I have never gone further far from my life. I did going there and I have spent time in informal all settlements in the third world and the camera refugee camp nowhere was as far from my life as going into those prisons. From from that. Point of view the incarcerate horse point of view when you look at taking on a role like this. Do you ever get scared. Now I do. You mean scared scared of where that performance is going to take you now. That's emotionally emotion. My business that's what you train for. Your body is an instrument your emotions injure psyche everything about you. We play our instrument. That's what we do when we train and I won't go into all the things but people look through door and see actors working in preparing in training like what the Hell is going on. Why are they doing that? You use all of that. So you're instrument has to be as Honored Caring For oiled and in tune soon as a strategy and you know how to play that Ben Those notes and you've got Doodo Mao there and you want to be able to bring everything that he needs in sustaining note. Saying put me in coach does what you want. Because that's the place that you are most comfortable playing complex music. One of the interesting things in this movie was how the emotional toll was affecting acting your marriage to the character played by Wendell Pierce if he can talk to us about that. Wendell was every actor and this was the big draw every character. Every human being that stood up it had to be with the person that first of all came with a depth of understanding about human beings is as well as their ability to not be afraid of sustaining moments. Not Be afraid of the quiet. The silence the allowed silence that Chinoy intended to put into the film and window. He brought in a few scenes so much much history about the plight of high school teachers and his character Jonathan. He's teaching the invisible man to his class. We see him really at a crossroads. Rosie wants to come to that crossroads and make that Cross with him but she is so committed to what she is doing and it is the different time line than they agreed us so we see that marital struggles at we. All if you're married and you're not a coward you stay in there and you fight you figure it out but one of the things that we know. Oh is that the people that work the world they have a high as high a PTSD rate as people that we send in to multiple deployments. If people are married a lot of money third marriage it is a wrecker of lives so we needed to go and see able to look in on what it does in the ED person's personal life as well the reason maybe why it resonated so much with me as viewers that it seemed obvious that your character had to have so much emotional all distance. This is award and who has to wall herself off her own feelings. It seems like and then that results in not being able to be in the marriage is much tonight. We'll have a different way of saying probably the same thing but I can't help it speak to you out of my understanding of Bernardine and it is not so much that you you wall yourself off from your emotions but one of the things that throws a relationship off when you can't talk about things so sharing bringing honesty but some people are in the types of professions that they can't talk about it. How do you talk about something that you can't quite put your finger being Garon? Wrap your mind around. What if it's so devastating? If you said it out loud you'd come apart. How would that love one? receive it when you talk about having to ask Anthony what he wants for his last meal and he didn't say anything. That might be what I want to bitch about. But that person here is like my God bringing up the warrior analogy. You can't talk about what it was like in Afghanistan. You can't talk about a decision to make an village when you see a kid coming torch you and you don't know what to do. That's what throws the marriage off is. You can't share. That people tend to compartmentalize the other thing is. I don't think she walls off her promotions. There are people unlike me and my fellow artists whether they're singing painting. Whatever that's what we do is we let emotion flow? It comes out not in that. We are the emotional muscle for society because everybody doesn't get to act out like us. You might be an accountant. You can't just suddenly laugh the handler get up and spin around and sing a little diddy and sit back down at your desk so we do all that. That's why you guys come to us to let us tell you stories so then you can experience. It's but all were giving. You is the place to observe to have human.

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"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"hollywood" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"And it is is so important for people to recognize that. We're all seeing him as a hair out mean. He is a conservation hero now and the scientific community. He's got our attention. This way of filmmaking is so important it does have a hard time really telling our stories. We need storytellers to get involved and help put put everything in our brains on the screen and into words and help us get there and make us feel comfortable in doing that. This is such a good example of a storyteller Taylor being completely invested in the outcome and being there to make sure the story is accurate and compelling and seen and so I appreciate appreciate what he says about us which is of course very meaningful tall of us but thank God for him and for the film team and for their courage and I hope that more films sounds like this are made because we need them. The planet is in crisis and he just walked right into the middle of it and he told the story so bravo to him to Richard. And the and Tame thank you. I'm blushing but I can't help myself Jack. How did your family react? I mean you're young kids still I mean and you gave gave up a career in aerospace engineering any push-back at all from your family. First of all my family didn't really know what I was doing. I said I was sailing on a yacht so until they saw shadow. You got to take the film and they were sort of like you're grounded. Ah No more fighting the cartel but secondly in terms of looking back. I mean we have a massive problem with our planet right now. We've a problem with climate Lima Change. We have so many of these things that need our attention that for so long have been ignored to the point now where kids do not have a stable future. Sure like we are at a turning point in history where we're not sure if our species is even going to survive where at such a point where people need to do everything and especially my generation and and young people need to look at what's going on and and sort of realize that we don't have a reliable planet to live upon like I'm in the business of ships and if I killed all my engineers my ship would sink and we are doing that to our planet right now. We are killing. Its life support system. We need to realize if the oceans nations die. That's pretty much our entire source of oxygen. If the oceans die weet will die and we need to take a serious look at conservation realize that we cannot live the way that we have been so far. You're the whole system needs to change. I don't have any regrets looking back and having left like no. I need to do everything I possibly could for the planet and I think lots of people are so now thinking the same way. Is Your family onboard. They've seen it they are. They're very proud my father whenever we did the premier's like Oh. It's like the graduation that you never never had well. I WanNa thank today's guests here. Hollywood unscripted WanNa thank Richard Lot. Connie honey the director of Sea of Shadows Dr Cynthia Smith and certainly Jack Hutton. You guys have been great. It goes without saying keep up the good work and we look forward to the next film. Thanks so it was great being here. Thank you Hollywood. UNSCRIPTED is created by. Kurt come media and presented in cooperation with the Malibu Film Society. This episode was hosted by I Scott to law with guests. Richard Lead Connie Cynthia Smith and Jack. Hutton the audio clips from C. of shadows were provided courtesy of National Geographic. Hollywood unscripted is produced edited by Jenny. Curtis sound engineering by Michael Kennedy. The executive producer of Hollywood unscripted is Stuart Halperin. The Hollywood unscripted theme song is by Celeste. And Eric please. Rate Review and subscribe to this podcast for more conversations with top industry professionals discussing the movies. You love.

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