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Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 sec | 5 d ago

Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'

"And they've tapped a big star to play. Joe Biden tell you something late night sketch comedy made Jim Carrey a star on in living color. Now he's taking his talents to Saturday Night Live where he'll be playing Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels tells vulture that Carrie will play the role for all of season. 46. Biden has previously been played by other guest actor as you know Better. Jason Sudeikis and Woody Harrelson. The new season of Saturday night Live kicks out from its studio in Manhattan, October 3rd, Jason Nathan's and

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A Hidden Side of Police Abuse

Slate's If Then

06:26 min | 3 months ago

A Hidden Side of Police Abuse

"In response to weeks of protests across the country, police departments are starting to change in New York. For example, disciplinary records for the NYPD are finally going to be made public and last week. New York City, police. Commissioner Dermott Shea made announcement about the NYPD'S ANTI-CRIME UNITS UNDERCOVER COPS who tend to be involved in police shootings. Effective immediately we will be transitioning those units roughly six hundred people citywide. Into a variety of assignments including detective bureau. neighborhood, policing and other assignments. When he made that announcement. said that it was part of an outdated model policing in that they generally are much more focused on intelligence. This is twenty first century policing. Intelligence. Data. Shot Spotter. Video Make no mistake. This is a seismic shift in the culture of how the NYPD polices disgraced, city. It it gives you a sense of. How a lot of the focus is on sort of individual officers on the street, but increasingly young PD's focus is on surveillance, and it has been for a long time. On Hell, story starts almost two decades ago the years just after the nine eleven attacks. Nine eleven, because it happened in New York has had a very long shadow and fundamentally changed. How many communities view the police department? Nine eleven not only to look to automate in. Sharing between different federal agencies, it also tried to turn local police departments into sort of the eyes and ears of intelligence on the ground in major cities, so it became a really important time for police permits to start to view themselves as counter. Terrorism agencies in that perspective is also true to this day. So unhealthy after nine eleven when this technology really expanded. was there a sense of? Push back. was there a sense that this was controversial that there were these growing NYPD dragnets of both Cameras and investigations and wiretaps that that seemed to be targeting regular New Yorkers who might not have been guilty of anything at all, so there's always been pushback from impacted communities and from civil liberties, advocates, but. It goes to show the effectiveness of the police department in the influence of the police department where a lot of the concerns were allayed by saying. This is going to empower us to catch terrorists in that terrorism label really. Calms a lot of fears for many because they thought well, these are tools that are only going to be used against the most dangerous people, but in reality was never limited to counter terrorism in the first place. It was just presented as a counter ripped terrorism tool. The most notorious example of NYPD surveillance was the illegal spying on Muslim New Yorkers after nine eleven. The NYPD sent informers to take photos inside mosques. They infiltrated Muslim student groups at local colleges. Undercover cops, twelve bookstores, restaurants and hookah bars. Even played cricket. The group was called the demographics unit. But until the Associated Press revealed its work. NYPD denied it existed. Now the demographics unit is gone, but the police departments post nine eleven surveillance infrastructure remains. Everything, the police know shoveled into a giant database called the domain awareness system. That includes audio from gunshot detectors, two billion photos of license plates, hundred million summonses, eleven, million arrests, two million warrants and thirty days of video from nine thousand cameras. How will that information gets crunched? We don't really know. And some of the things we do know suggest the NYPD could use more oversight. And, that's where the post doc comes in. To give you an example of the types of things that they've done. They use facial recognition systems to try to identify people that are suspected of crimes that were captured on. Let's say TV camera. So there is an example of someone who went into a CVs and stole a six pack of beer and the NYPD try to run a picture of that suspect through its facial recognition system. But it didn't return any results, so the NYPD thought well. You know that person looks a little bit like woody. Harrelson, so why don't we grab a photo of Woody Harrelson run that through the facial recognition system and see if we can find a match that Oh my God. How did this become public? The seems like something. The NYPD would never want to admit. So, one of the things that the post actors trying to do is to change the way that we ordinarily find out about surveillance abuses, which is costly public records, requests or through leaks to journalists in this case data that information came from an internal training guide that was obtained by Click Gharbia Georgetown that was turned over through a public records request. To what extent do we find out about these kind of technologies? When some kid ends up in court, and they say well, we know it was you because we have a witness identifying a dragon tattoo. We searched our database for a dragon tattoo and it turns out the. We knew you had one because you were stopped and frisked five years ago. Annie's Harlem. Only, it was that that linear. That would be great. Essentially does work that way most often. We don't get a sense of what tools are used at all. Sometimes the NYPD will enter into contracts with vendors that require them to be secretive, and they'll sign a nondisclosure agreement or a confidentiality clause that prevents them from disclosing the use of particular surveillance tools to the point where there are instances that police departments have dropped. Dropped charges against a particular person because they don't have to explain how they found them using the technology. That is still secret

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Was for Larry Flint. And then by the time it came to the Academy Awards Golden Globes after. Just my friends and more you know partied and I just went. Hello and then 'cause you thought you were going to win. Well it wasn't that yeah maybe wouldn't that. I thought it was just disappointed when I did it right. So by the time we got to the Kennedy words I was like No. I'M NOT GONNA win and I'm GonNa have a great night and that's how it's been I just. I'm saying to come to the party. I don't give you divide where in fact. I know I won't so that's a good way each joy party. Yeah so cool. Thank you good. Hey Kid my thanks to woody. Harrelson for a great conversation for spending time with me down in Austin. Be sure to check out his new movie. The highway men out on Netflix. On March twenty nine. And my thanks as always to all of you for tuning in to hear more of the full length unedited conversations with my guests every week it sure to click subscribe so you never miss an episode and don't forget to tune into Sunday today every weekend on NBC. I'm Willie geist. We'll see right back here next week on Sunday. Sit Down podcast. Hi Jenna Bush. Hager from the today show and I'd love for you to join my book club. Read with Jenna. I've loved reading since I was a little girl and my mom librarian read to me every night. Now I love getting lost in the world that books open for US meeting characters who feel like friends. Every month. I choose a book that I fall in love with usually by divers debut author's books that lead to great conversations read with genetics about sharing our love of reading and connecting with each other so visit today dot com slash. Read with Janette. Join the club and get my latest pick..

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

10:19 min | 5 months ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Thanks as always for cooking and listening. I'm just excited for you right now. That you're about to hear my conversation with Woody Harrelson. Have nothing to do with me and everything to do with the legend Woody so here. Let me paint a picture for you Austin Texas south by southwest. Woody is premiering. His new film down there the net flicks filmed the highway men. It's about a couple of Texas Rangers. It's a true story who come out of retirement to pursue and eventually kill Bonnie and Clyde true story he kind of only known history the Bonnie and Clyde side of it and they're these sort of counterculture heroes and portrayed as Robin Hood. Somehow this is the other side of it from law enforcement true story. It's Woody Harrelson and Kevin Costner partners. It's almost like a little true detective thing but it's nineteen four. So here's the visual. I want for me. We're outdoors along the Colorado River in Austin. I'm sitting there in a director's chair by the river. And DOWN COMES. Woody woody's wearing denim jacket a cowboy hat sweat pants and slippers. And what happens? A Lotta Times in these interviews is sometimes people will show up actors rockstars. Whoever they are and they'll have behind them a stylus with a hanging bag and they'll change into the suit or dress or whatever it is would he just rolled up and said all right. Let's start. He did take off his cowboy hat because we couldn't see his face for TV. So woody the denim jacket sweat pants and a pair of slippers sitting by the Colorado River in Austin Texas. This guy's just the best we got into his childhood he comes from Lebanon Ohio Elvis Presley and the inspiration. He drew from him. Maybe wouldn't become an actor if someone hadn't called him out to do as Elvis Presley impersonation in the school library in highschool you'll hear about that also a difficult childhood. He was raised with his two brothers by his mother who is a secretary. His father spent his life in and out of prison and eventually went in serving consecutive life. Sentencing for killing a federal judge. His Dad basically it was a contract killer so what? He didn't really know his dad. Very well accepted a young age when he was out of prison briefly before he went in his father ultimately died in prison in two thousand seven. We'll talk to woody about career. How got off the ground with cheers and then made the leap over into movies culminating with an Oscar nomination for best actor in the People vs. Larry Flynn I should tell you. Also since we're sitting outside your here some birds chirping in the background but really what I want you to focus in on is the legend. The tau of Woody Harrelson sweatpants slippers sitting by the river. With one of the greats. Woody Harrelson right now on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast woody. Thanks for doing this. Appreciate it most most welcome really. We should point out. Some people may be listening to hear this on a podcast. We've got some company. Bird sounds so it might sound like we're deep in the rainforest. So that's kind of the energy. We've got the leaf blower style. That would have been a tougher sound. We did that just for you. so just got finished watching the movie this morning. It's awesome. I gotTA fess. I didn't know the names of either guy didn't know their stories. Were you aware of them before you were offered this part? No not at all in fact I read the script several years ago. I it was. We're GONNA make it a while back different Cast you know but You know whatever how you know how it is movies. Sometimes they get made sometimes. There's a delay in this case. There's a substantial delay but when I heard Kevin was doing it I was really site and But no I did not really know about Mainly goal I didn't know about Frank Hamer and you know the Classic One Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty seven movie arthapan. You know he. He did a great job. It's great entertainment but it's kind of cool that we get to remedy some of these facts will. It's true because if you watch Bonnie and Clyde the original. The law enforcement has cast sort of bumbling fools let these people slipped through their grasp. So for me. It was sort of an education and the other side of the story and I thought it was cool to see you and you and Kevin did you. Was He part of the the sales pitch to you? That it's going to be Kevin Costner. And he might be a good partner and all this well no I was was into doing it. Just based on the script by down and The fact that John Lee Hancock was directing it before I knew that Kevin was involved in fact. I think they offered to Kevin much earlier but then is scheduled. Didn't quite sink up. And then luckily it all came together so that Bonnie and Clyde throughout history and your film touches on it to have sort of been cast as these anti heroes the counterculture sort of pop culture celebrities almost and you really see that in your film. Do you understand looking back on it now. Why some people felt that way back then about them that they were heroes in some sense. Will I get it because it was really a sign of the Times you know it was the depression? And a lot of people grossly kinda disenfranchised by the government and by various aspects of society that they that Representative Authority including law enforcement. And I think people looked at them as really robinhood types who stealing from the rich giving to the poor which wasn't a fair account if they were but they somehow got just good. Pr Please they say. I never understood cocaine but it must have got good. Pr because it seems to be thriving and weird and now I didn't know combat pr the PR is quite good on that because the drug never made any sense. Oh my Gosh Food so my salute. She actually seems fine. Yeah she's just rolling. She's like I'm used to another day in the life exactly Yeah because there's that scene at the end of the movie to work you all have killed money. And Clyde and their role in the car bullet riddled car with their bodies through town and people are diving into the car and trying to take the watches off them and cut pieces of their hair and do all that that really speaks to the the celebrity that they built even though they were vicious. Murderers dead is in. That is what happened. You know the murder. Bonnie and Clyde happened and by the time they got that car to Arcadia Louisiana. And I'm talking this. It's the sticks. Now it was really sticks back then and by the time they got that The car there with their bodies still inside towed into the town. There were six thousand people gathered in this really small town so the word got out so fast and there's celebrity was such that You know people showed up and Yeah it was Kinda grotesque man. They're like yanking her hair. Some guide try maybe successfully Sawed off on his finger. I read that. Yeah and they took jewelry and anything they could get a hold of. They wanted a memento pieces of the car. It was it was wild. I is kind of the grotesque side of Fame that now we're also Houston actually about that. Is there anything instructive about that? Not that the people are culture celebrates now are vicious mass murderers binding. Clyde but that being famous and being known is enough in some way. Well I do think there's an obsession with it and you see some people go to Great Lakes. You know seeing people on Youtube. Just do crazy shit jumping out of trees just insane stuff to hope that their video would viral and to the degree that they get hurt you know whatever does go viral and so but I understand it because you know when I was a kid. I thought yeah. I'd like to be famous. I I remember this This movie rolled through the town that I that I was living in Lebanon Ohio at the time going to high school in this movie called Harper Valley. Pta came through with Barbara Eden and it was a huge deal Because everybody watched eyed dreamer genie. This is so dating me. Watching what Marty's refuse still with you I got you in death even also too old for you but Yeah I remember at the time seeing how everybody reacted to this this film crew coming through Lebanon Ohio and I was just like man. This seems like it'd be cool life. You lead me to my next question. So where did was that the spark that got you interested in acting because there's not a lot else in your background that says to me. This guy is going to grow up and become an actor though. That's too you know. I do think it was because I was right about the time that actually this thing happened. Where I I after? Elvis died right talk about dating but you know I they. They had these these Records you could get from TV. Guide Cernan You have to pay like two cents but you gotta buy records the rest of your life and one of the records I got. It was called. Elvis's golden oldies and So you know I started singing along with it and I had never really become fan. No but I started really getting into it because I had five records I could buy and this is one of them and I really liked it so cut to. I'm in the library and just before Christmas. And so it's kind of festive -vivor in high school and Someone says what he do your Elvis..

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ABC has another 'All in the Family,' 'Good Times' live special in the works

Sarah and Vinnie

01:00 min | 10 months ago

ABC has another 'All in the Family,' 'Good Times' live special in the works

"ABC is gonna do another one of those live in front of a studio audience specials featuring an episode of all the family in a positive good times they did one which was all in the family and the Jeffersons the main cast all the family is going to stay the same woody Harrelson is gonna be Archie Morissette Thome's Edith Ellie clamber Ellie Kemper that's Kimmy Schmidt aren't that are carried O. K. she played Gloria Gloria and I'd bernholz played a Mike they're being joined by Kevin bacon Jesse Eisenberg Justina Machado I don't know who they'll player we even when I was I guess they take an old episode actual episode reenact of a studio audience you know who did a really great all in the family episode was way back nineties I guess is in living in living color I got it was so funny they acted out they acted it out and it was just fantastic that was a

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

13:05 min | 1 year ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Tabernacle in Atlanta and Saturday October twenty sixth at the Masonic in San Francisco and they've been good shows and I don't always say that about me all right let's do this how are you what the fuck is what the fuck buddies what the Fuck Knicks what's happening Marc Maron this is podcast w t.f how are you is everything okay is it okay out there is it. How's the Water House is the water nice what's happening I got woody Harrelson on the show today yeah he came over and we hung out he asked for some people had had us go out and get some Vegan snacks but he didn't need them so you know what happened is my buddy frank who works for me he he picked up some chocolate covered coconut cookie snacks and I threw them in the freezer and I know where they ended up in my fucking mouth I can't have that shit in the House I'm not GonNa complain you know it's healthy but Jesus Christ woody why didn't she got it so yeah what he's on the show today he's got that Zombie Land Double Tap is opening theaters tomorrow Friday October eight eighteenth by the way nicotine for how long has it been does is anyone keeping track could somebody please tell me how long have you been off nicotine it feels like a while oh it was several pounds ago I feel like it was like when when did I get off August twenty sixth how long is that I'm working on my phone sorry seven and eight half weeks of nicotine and I feel Okay Goddamn hungry all the time but you know we've covered that I'm all right nicotine free almost two months that's that's fucking nuts can I stay with it by the way yet offbeat Nashville today and tomorrow tomorrow's show Abi out in the streets doing something if I'm not too tired depending on the travel day goes looking forward to hanging out Nashville for day the show is is I hope it's going to be great and Atlanta too I got to spend a day in Atlanta to which I don't mind got a buddy they're looking forward to it I am looking forward to I'm looking afforded dumping this material too I got special taping on the thirtieth I got the masonic in San Francisco on the twenty six and I'm going to have those posters I'm GonNa have if you're San Francisco bring cash I don't know if my square thing works I got a man that's another thing I got to look into I haven't so posters in a long time but I guess I'm going to sit there meet-and-greet and so I got a hundred or so about one hundred of these hand printed posters and I'm GonNa move them if you like them they're Kinda twisted cannock ooooh but so yes I'll see you guys at one of those dates I just got done with the litterbox project Once a week now here at the House I have a litterbox project I've three large litter boxes to old cats with kidneys weakening Oh the turnovers pretty fast but I've been using the pine dist- of Pine pellets the pine litter straight up compressed pine how it's because I've decided that's healthier I've decided that if you change your litter every week and you use the pine with no sent that it's natural it's better for that I'm on all levels better for the fucking floor for that means every week I gotTa dump three massive fucking litter boxes into a litterbox project but that wasn't the only cat related today I had monkey on that fucking medicine for the hypothyroid and I didn't realize because I'm an idiot and I don't listen and I don't quite take in stuff that that sort of a lifetime thing if it works and you can't fuck with the dosage to keep them level because basically the hyper thyroid trip is that there's some sort of you've benign tumor in there that's causing more thyroid to be created and you take the pills and it takes down the thyroid production but I don't know I S- I drove monkey over there fucking fifteen years old fifteen and a half years old going to get him the radioactive iodine I'm GonNa go oh I can do it when I get back from the tour go down the west side one guy does it he's legit he's on the level I'm going to radiate my fucking that and get rid of that God damn thing for good I don't know how much time he's got left but fuck it it's not a money thing so what am I waiting for if the prognosis is good go get zapped radiated or whatever they do and put an end to this and no pills and maybe I'll get a couple more good years adamant and put on some fucking wait so that took up the morning five very traumatic then sitting over there with all the other sick animals man and I'm talking about the people how what would you do if you were you not you but the you that you imagine when you look in the mirror view that doesn't mess things up the you that gets it right the best possible you sounds good right well apparently it's not in netflixing newest comedy series with yourself Paul Rudd plays miles Elliott a man trying to get through the struggles of everyday life Paul Rudd you love Paul Rudd we all love Paul Rudd aftermath house decides to undergo an unusual spa treatment to become a better person he finds that he's been replaced by a new and improved version of himself and is in fact his own words enemy this unique and comedic story asks do we really want to be better I asked all the time believe me folks every morning living if you're self Paul Rudd's first scripted series premiers October eighteenth only on net flicks so watch out it's one of those things where you know the the main character does a a something happens at a thing and it changes everything for the rest of the time and then maybe eventually he resolves or t resolves it and they're better people because of it you know the hit on the head Bonk who am I now yes it should be good wow man everything's becoming sort of hazy kind of a Blur I don't even know what I've been doing for the last few days I don't know if I get home and regroup had to deal with the cat I've been watching TV I've been watching Succession that finale of succession was very satisfying. I don't know why the show I got to talk to some of those people they're really fucking blow my mind this isn't it's not even a pay dad this is an an ad this is just me engaging watch the fucking finale of succession twice it's just there's something about the language the emotional kind of horror show that it is it's very specific tone of language that using I'm not sure what it is I it's some sort of take on Shakespeare or something I don't know what's going on but I do enjoy it and the Kalkin kids doing good and the guy who plays Kendall everyone's so fucking good net show I like watching satisfying says I've been watching more TV lately Wedding Myself Watch TV been playing some guitar I've been eating cooking just trying to take care of myself I thought it was coming down with something I don't know if I'm coming down it's something whatever it is I hope it don't come down on me until after after the special taping moving towards a special taping everybody all right okay so when I talked to woody I I guess I should bring this up because like you know I know it's out there and people know about his dad who was a convicted murderer and you know what he had somewhat of Asian ship with them but I didn't know if I was going to get into it and you know what he would say about it or how comfortably was about it but I did sort of ask him about it without telling you what was up his dad was imprisoned for order and and I didn't I didn't get much backstory but I did bring it up and I just wanted to let you know what that's the back story on because I guess I was nervous about bringing it up I didn't sort of set it up properly and we didn't stay on in very long 'cause sort of a tense moment but that was what was going on with that but aside from that I think we had a nice chat and Zombie Lan double tap and it opens tomorrow Friday October eighteenth this me talking to woody live in Hawaii they must be fucking great it's fucking great hat I love it the people are extraordinary and it's well it's the most beautiful place I've ever lived what I learned is Maui and you've been there awhile yes since ninety eight because I I go down there too I've only been to Kawai and I I've been there like three or four times with three different women different in my life you can mark them all I care by the well that was when it was good and then it got bad I remember that trip was right before got that but it's so pretty there but there doesn't seem to be a lot like you can't really live but while you were there having a loving manic time or start to just Well no the trips are okay the last trip I was I went on was literal literally like the month that we went in January and it was a month the trump took office so I was panicking for eleven days in why he was up against a beautiful backdrop of why I was like what is what's he do what does this fascist theater with the signing stuff Bannon GonNa die when are Jews safe it's always always comes down to that question is so that room did that theory that would put a damper and what do you do like like okay so you shot this I don't even know when he shot to Zombie double tap for we seem to always be working so what he would take three months and just hang out you know why does it work oh you mean the way we way we did that the way you live your life though like you know it just seems like your way do you have a place here to yeah I have a place here but I'm not here very much mostly the in you know well mostly working or back home right pass through here on the way but I like that one went I think it was a couple two and a half months in a lot a lot of stuff filming in Atlanta and go do it knock it out go back home just hang out knock it right out nothing it jokes no go home the hat no but this one pretty special just because you know this movie probably more than any movie I've done yes I mean a very a vibrant show say passionate fans base like they really have thing about this film the first one and so they would search for because the first one was a success you know they wanted to do another one and for years they kept trying scripts right different iterations of it and it just never was never right right and so finally they were they were getting mad me because I was I was the one just saying yeah this is a page one rewrite so they said how do you do what is it were you just read it and you can tell but I just like you got to get the original guys back written Paul often written deadpool two and right now to get the humor element much what they understood these characters those were the guys who really cracked it and made it and they were still plenty of work after their first script and they did a ton of work on it and and and it's also very cool collaborative thing when you get onset with Ruben who's our director fearless leader.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Jason I want as the most comic books. Jason have you seen them? No. I think there there's I think Godfrey still probably outranks music. Oh boy this weekend. The most comic book savvy person on his podcast who hasn't seen Benham who do you think? Woody Harrelson plays. I just want one guess Jonathan. Sure, I'll go with that. Jay jamieson. Okay. I would four you finding out the the actual answer this question playing like a known character within the universe. Yes. Yes. I major major character in the Spiderman venom universe. I will say I will posit this. It may be the most unfunny coupable casting ever in a comic book, but they kiss is. Is he carnage? Correct. The movies now. Hey, good. The movies. All are you on discussing e he's created? Shit. So what you're trying to tell 'em rules. Thirty seconds after you take a p and watch the credits at the very end venom rules. Is bad as that film is and it is in arguably shit, and you could just see where Tom decided to show up like, you know, what fuck us grip today. They're not gonna go with an improv. Film. The Michelle Williams wig work is the most embarrassing. So. Here. I was hoping Woody Harrelson was show up as Adam Warlock, and I find that's already been topped. That movie is going to be so bad. And so insanely good at the same time because no poor bastard comment, but movie director that they line up for that thing is going to be able to rein in control or even catch the attention of what he Harrelson this motherfucker is about to make documentary. I can't wait for that piece of shit..

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Jimmy Kimmel Bringing 'All In The Family' & 'The Jeffersons' Back

Investor's Edge

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Jimmy Kimmel Bringing 'All In The Family' & 'The Jeffersons' Back

"Television city in Hollywood. Glenn? Kimmel will be hosting a new TV special honoring all in the family and the jeffersons ABC announced a press release on Thursday thing. The fifty one year old television personality will present a tribute to the classic Norman Lear series live in front of a studio audience Norman Lear all in the family and the jeffersons the tribute will recreate an original episode from both on the family and the jeffersons Woody Harrelson and Meriva Tomi will play Artie in Edith bunker in on family and Jamie Foxx and Wanda sikes will play George and whizzy Jefferson in the jeffersons on family rent for nine seasons during the seventies. And the jeffersons ran for eleven on CBS. The live ninety minute special will air may twenty second on ABC for

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Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear to Host Live Recreation of The Jeffersons and All in the Family

First Light

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear to Host Live Recreation of The Jeffersons and All in the Family

"All in the family and the jeffersons are coming back to television live for one night only. Woody Harrelson, Marisa Tomei, Jamie, FOX and Wanda Sykes are going to star in a recreation of these Samantha so is from these incredibly influential sitcoms back in the nineteen seventies. Ninety six year old Norman Lear who created all in the family and its spin off the jeffersons and Jimmy Kimmel are hosting this. It'll be on ABC's prime time sometime next month. Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tomei will play Archie and Edith bunker with FOX and Sykes as George and Louise Jefferson Ellie Kemper justina Machado, and will Ferrell will

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What's on Netflix in March?

Talking Tech

05:50 min | 1 year ago

What's on Netflix in March?

"Talking tech is brought to you in part by northwestern. University offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics. Okay. So you're now spending two maybe three or four dollars more month on your Netflix subscription. And you're wondering what's coming up in March Harley and bomb those all she's the USA they reporter tracks. This for us every month and Carly L people some of the highlights from arch. Yes, says everyone knows net flicks releases its list of new titles a little bit ahead of the first of the month. So we have it. Now. You know, there's a lot. There's a lot coming a lot of original movies. A lot of original series. Give you some. Let's do a headline. Yeah. Okay. Well, if you're looking for something with big name talent, I can give you some. Movies that have some A-List stars? For example. There's this action film called triple frontier. Ben Affleck's in it. Oscar Isaac Senate, Charlie Hunnam Garrett. Hedlund Petra Pasco another movie with big names is the highway men. That's starring Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson. Both of these movies are coming to Netflix in March and also getting theatrical releases kind of like they did with three weeks. I don't yet know the full theatrical these plans, right? So I don't know if they're going to do the same exact plan as Roma, but they are doing a theatrical release some other things we have coming up. Our new seasons of shows. You might remember. For example, queer eye is coming back for a third season. The show arrested development has more episodes coming. Something else that I'm interested in checking out are some comedy specials, including one from Amy Schumer. She has one called growing, which I think is a reference to her growing family and her growing belly she's pregnant she she got married. She's going to be talking about that. She had an athlete special a couple of years ago. That was a little controversial talked a lot about sex. But she's back with this new one. She has a billboard on Sunset Boulevard. To promote the special. So you already knew why news new she had to billboard. What's the last? Great thing you saw on that flex. I finally watched Roma. So I I saw it on the couch on the TV I know everyone here in L A. I don't know if he overheard this conversation dozens of time if you're gonna see Roma see it on a big screen. I get that. But it is ni-. It is nice to be able to choose and finding a big screen would be hard because it came and went pretty right? That's right. Right. So did you enjoy Rama? I did enjoy Roma. Would I say it's my favorite movie of the year? No, it was my favorite movie of the year. Did I watch it and truly appreciate? Director genius who pulled from his own childhood experience and produce something beautiful. Yes. Did I get a little sleepy? Sure. Okay. Well, this podcast episode is going to run the day after the Oscars. We're recording it before the Oscars, and since you mentioned your favorite movie there. I gotta ask what was it? I don't know if I have a favor of the the first one that comes to mind is a movie called free solo. This is a movie that's up for best documentary, photography, probably. And I think a few other awards. Is is the story of a climber. Alex hulled and his free solo. Meaning he climbed without ropes. Yeah. In Yosemite, and not only is it a compelling story. Just on paper about someone who just decides to have this outrageous dream and against all odds. Go for it, but visually it is unbelievable because they have shots, you know, above him below him. The the people who shot this are professional climbers work through some me. Well, I wouldn't say that he's climbing there climbing. Yeah. But they had separate tracks. And they were on Rove's, but they're carrying heavy equipment, and they have to climb. So it is beautiful. This is something. I would see an Athenian. Okay. My pick would be BG. Oh, yeah. Ginsburg was just incredible to watch that on a plane recently. Okay. I saw Peter. Can you believe it? I've believe it. Yeah. In port Townsend, Washington. So Carly Malibu from USA today. Thanks for telling us all about Netflix for March will look forward to checking in April. Bye bye. Hey, everybody. You've been listening to talking tech. I should just remind you that you can find me on Twitter at Jefferson Graham, Carly remind everybody had to find you on Twitter. Oh, I am act that girl. Carleen twitted that girl Carly in Cincinnati. That's right. At bet you'll Carly on Instagram and Twitter at Jefferson Graham on Instagram and Twitter as well. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you in part by Northwestern University. The huge amounts of healthcare data available today as well. As advanced in technology are making a profound impact on healthcare. Students enrolled in northwestern university's online master's program in health informatics, build the expertise needed to use that data and deliver more efficient ineffective patient care offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum including specializations that are perfect for healthcare. Business and IT professionals. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Woody wait. What are your bony Harrelson Woody Harrelson I love that Woody Harrelson was a child's doll in a movie franchise. Yeah. Who is he in? What movie Toy Story, man, I don't understand. I tell Dave, I fucking told you I'd be tired. This episode fucking warned. Didn't told you tell you. I would be tired. Damn it. Seen my bluff. City, even my bluff. There's the bluff, man. Yeah, this episode drops Thursday, August twenty something and like three days after that or the next day, the year man. Twenty eighteen. What's the date of it? What's the date comes out? Yeah, August thirtieth in the very next day is you're the first night year recording in Chicago, Illinois. There you go next day. If you can't make those shows, you know what? Just for paying you make stop. You should fucking quit, whatever you're doing right now, which one do you think is going to be a better show? August thirty first or September. First. Actually September eleventh. I'm coming back. Nice. Come back. Dude. I'm hitting all the towers. Yeah, totally one, nine towers. That's the thing about two birds. One stone. It was only one nine eleven, but it was like it was too towers..

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"This news back in january a listener was at a thing with woody harrelson woody harrelson say this was happening so just letting you know there's no exclusive we have this news awhile ago it's coming back zombie land to everyone's returning emma stone woody harrelson jesse eisenberg abbott abigail breslin a lot of oscars in that category oscar nomination i think all four of them have oscar nominations does what do you have an oscar nam i think he for people for people versus larry flint i think i was three billboards yeah yelling for three billboards to and abigail breslin has one as well but she was much younger jesse eisenberg has social network emma stone one and oscar so ethically never thought about that it's a starstudded cast their zombie lend to and this comes on the heels of we talked to rawson thurber talked about not forcing sequels like telling the whole story like he told his much about dodge balls he possibly could i think this doesn't fall on that i think zombie land there were so many more samis at the end of the movie so i think there's potential for you know to expand their story but you know it's a matter of how good the script is in its witty like the other one i mean zombie was such surprise when it came out it was so enjoyable the visuals were like when they put the rules up on the screen it was a fun movie so i just as fun because again cast is great this is probably the only zambia related content this and the last of us too even though they're not technically these that i'm looking forward to because i feel like the zone be trend is at its dime breasts slowly being carried out by what's tv show the walking dead that people somehow still watch yet hate it the biggest fans hate the walking dead i feel like i it seems like every cyclical every couple years you have a monster that's very popular two thousand eight vampires came onto the scene with twilight vampires suck parody movie all these other vampire related properties go back to nineteen ninetytwo yet interview at the vampire null those anne rice novels around round vampires see had vampires are hot for few years and then it shifted into zombies so the question is wins wins frankenstein's monster get his moment he did not like these he got the aaron eckert one which is i frankenstein hey maybe the dark universe comes back maybe he does get his moment yeah yeah that's a little bit different than general types like vampires zombies vampires you can't have one frankenstein he's like a patchwork monster fracas actually is technically zombie so i just kind of do mean flurry consigns monster frankenstein's monster so i think i just kind of owned myself there that's a that's a cellphone rule if if a conversation involving frankenstein the name bring sign takes place in nobody corrects the person his frankenstein's monster the conversation is invalid shitty person correct the other person yeah i took on that role but yes we're definitely happy about zombie zombie to right so that makes me let the last samba land zombie land one and folks they're making a zombie land origin story starring billy dee williams you wanna know what it's called what zombie landau.

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'Zombieland 2' a go with Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin

Lights Camera Barstool

03:26 min | 2 years ago

'Zombieland 2' a go with Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin

"This news back in january a listener was at a thing with woody harrelson woody harrelson say this was happening so just letting you know there's no exclusive we have this news awhile ago it's coming back zombie land to everyone's returning emma stone woody harrelson jesse eisenberg abbott abigail breslin a lot of oscars in that category oscar nomination i think all four of them have oscar nominations does what do you have an oscar nam i think he for people for people versus larry flint i think i was three billboards yeah yelling for three billboards to and abigail breslin has one as well but she was much younger jesse eisenberg has social network emma stone one and oscar so ethically never thought about that it's a starstudded cast their zombie lend to and this comes on the heels of we talked to rawson thurber talked about not forcing sequels like telling the whole story like he told his much about dodge balls he possibly could i think this doesn't fall on that i think zombie land there were so many more samis at the end of the movie so i think there's potential for you know to expand their story but you know it's a matter of how good the script is in its witty like the other one i mean zombie was such surprise when it came out it was so enjoyable the visuals were like when they put the rules up on the screen it was a fun movie so i just as fun because again cast is great this is probably the only zambia related content this and the last of us too even though they're not technically these that i'm looking forward to because i feel like the zone be trend is at its dime breasts slowly being carried out by what's tv show the walking dead that people somehow still watch yet hate it the biggest fans hate the walking dead i feel like i it seems like every cyclical every couple years you have a monster that's very popular two thousand eight vampires came onto the scene with twilight vampires suck parody movie all these other vampire related properties go back to nineteen ninetytwo yet interview at the vampire null those anne rice novels around round vampires see had vampires are hot for few years and then it shifted into zombies so the question is wins wins frankenstein's monster get his moment he did not like these he got the aaron eckert one which is i frankenstein hey maybe the dark universe comes back maybe he does get his moment yeah yeah that's a little bit different than general types like vampires zombies vampires you can't have one frankenstein he's like a patchwork monster fracas actually is technically zombie so i just kind of do mean flurry consigns monster frankenstein's monster so i think i just kind of owned myself there that's a that's a cellphone rule if if a conversation involving frankenstein the name bring sign takes place in nobody corrects the person his frankenstein's monster the conversation is invalid shitty person correct the other person yeah i took on that role but yes we're definitely happy about zombie zombie to right so that makes me let the last samba land zombie land one and folks they're making a zombie land origin story starring billy dee williams you wanna know what it's called what zombie landau.

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'Shock and Awe' now in theaters: A review

Pat Farnack

02:25 min | 2 years ago

'Shock and Awe' now in theaters: A review

"Cbs news special report the justice department has just announced indictments against twelve russian intelligence officers it says hacked into the democratic national committee and hillary clinton campaign computer networks in two thousand sixteen deputy attorney general rod rosenstein use a scheme known as spear phishing which involves sending misleading email messages and tricking the users into disclosing their passwords and security information cbs's paula reed the justice department is involved in a name and shame game day name names for these russian intelligence officers who specifically did what they were two units one work to steal information the other work to disseminate it in an effort to impact our elected president trump has repeatedly called the investigation a witch hunted fake news but these aren't the first indictments for this over twenty people and three businesses so while people have been critical of this sound even calling it a witch hunt there has been a pretty significant yield from this investigation news special report i'm peter king wcbs new news time twelve fifty one time now for the lions dan war planning group has been set up in the building where i work which building the one with five sites oh boy the new movie shock and awe is now in theaters directed by rob reiner we're live now with our critic jeffrey lyons for a review what did you think well rob underplays the life editor of the nightmare new services and they apparently were the only ones who questioned the run up to the war in iraq and tommy lee jones is one of the co stars and rob reiner also directed and opponents of that theory that that it was a they were all duped we'll call it just a bit of propaganda but it's a pretty exciting movie and james marston senate and a meal jovovich and woody harrelson was always interesting on screen so it's a good statement about how we were all duped are a lot of people were joked about getting into the war in iraq and the other big movie this week of course a skyscraper with dwayne johnson hanging from a building trying to rescue his family he'll never get out of it pat never never last movie it's to pack the theater and then eighth grade a wonderful movie of coming of age of kids in middle school starring elise fisher who gives a who gives advice on the internet every night but can't follow it in real life and it's a tender intelligent coming of age movie not for young kids not for perhaps not even for middle schoolers but parents should see it to get a good perspective on their their twitter okay well.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"So is is if those articles never existed and you play the the the washington dc bureau chief woody harrelson and james marsden are are the the lead journalists tommy lee jones tommy lee jones is amazing have you ever worked with him ever worked with them before he's an incredible actor but he's let's say he's taciturn if you know what that word means he's he's very laconic you know you don't you does he's a man of very few words off the set so yes and you know you try to strike up conversation when there's a lull and i'd say to him so because he has a ranch down in texas and so there's a big lull i said so how many cattle do you have any goes you don't wanna know that you're not interested in that what are you gonna do with that information okay thanks trying to keep the ball rolling here okay well he's in he's in one of my remote drop movies which is you know whenever i'm watching tv remote drop you have several of them for me from without a doubt a few good men is a remote drop from which is tommy lee jones remote a fugitive of fugitive yeah yeah that's a remote dry rob reiner your remote drop movie if you've you know i've i there's so many movies that i love that i can watch over and over again i mean i watch it's a wonderful life i watch all the president's men i love all the president's men i mean there's so many movies that i that i love the you know where you're just surfing it doesn't matter where you pick it up the godfather is the godfather is the classic if you're flipping around and you catch the godfather it's and you're in you're in iran is even if it's another two and a half hours yes godfather one or two i pretend that godfather three never i just i just to just stick with the one i wanted to stick with one and is it true you seen all the president's men twenty five times that i'm sure maybe more even we have a couple of facts here from your from your we asked this of a few frequent celebrity guests who have as large a credit role as you do the true of celebrity cherif taciturn of yes exactly i want to ask you if these are true or false this with laurence fishburne last week okay true or false you co wrote the first episode of happy days well yes my name is on it but it was my writing partner phil mishkin who was writing an episode it was taken from love love american style right and then he adapted it and so we were working as a team together and he yeah he i that's a so you had something to do with the i mean you know i mean i think we were there were certain characters we had ralph mouth though is a character that we may read it well i mean the name dynamos at somebody in your life in phil's life they knew somebody like that all right true or false while filming the train seen in stand by me you wanted will wheaton and jerry o'connell look more frightened see you screamed at them until they cried said a truce well i didn't i didn't scream at them what happened was they would you know we set up the camera in such a way that they would be off the track before the train even got there because it was a long lens it was like a six hundred millimeter lens so it looked like the train was right on top of but there was so far away that they didn't feel like anything was happening you know so they'd run and they were like running i said no no guys you got a train is going to kill you and they'd run again i said and meanwhile there's guys pulling dali you know the dalai the camera only down the tracks like this and they're getting and it's hot and again i said i said you guys because you guys these guys are exhausted because of you and you're not cry and i was like that and then they were like this and then they started they cried and then they were excited they said we did it we did then you hugged it out i did hug it out and.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on /Film Daily

"My book of knowledge from cards is from the great old video game maximum carnage which i used to play all the time but from what i understand it he sort of like venom the sim hetty say it simba symbiosis type thing simba whatsoever that is symbolic costume but whereas venom has sort of blossomed into this anti hero and he's going to be an anti hero in the venom movie carnage is a serial killer so he's just straight up bad news so i guess he's the antivenom if you will although i guess spider is also the ivan but they they can't have that in this movie right so let's assume that woody harrelson is playing a serial killer named cletus cassidy who is infected with this alien creature this alien symbol do you think that woody harrelson as a sort of a cracked out comic book villain is is going to lead to an interesting performance yes i'd actually like to see that i feel like i don't think then as a movie is going to be great but i'm curious to see it because it looks like it might be interesting in a terrible sort of way like oh this was enjoyable in how dumb it is but i love the idea of what he harrison just doing whatever he wants as a comic book villain i i'm actually surprised it's taken this long to get him in comic we because he seems like he would have a lot of fun just you know going over the top and doing his thing so totally i think he can he really pulls off like the manic sort of crazy is with the best of them i think so the i i'm totally right there you know i'm all in for seeing him just completely unhinged as as carnage and like i relish the idea of one day seeing a bunch of behind the scenes photos of woody harrelson all decked out in like motion capture suits and like you know flashing insane faces and doing all sorts of crazy stuff like that.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"And more this election is ridiculous star wars is back are you i didn't really think this through because i can't understand him nuts no woody harrelson from solo and king today at three on nbc four federal workers surfing and sharing porn on the job the news four i team broke this story a year ago now it's gotten worse solicit prostitution while they were at work wasting time and your tax dollars the news four i team is working for you wednesday at eleven star wars is packed julie how are you i didn't really think this through because i can't understand him next woody harrelson from solo and gayle king today appre on nbc four federal workers surfing and sharing porn on the job the news four team broke this story a year ago now it's gotten worse solicit prostitution while they were at work wasting time and your tax dollars the news four i team is working for you wednesday at eleven business alexa play alice at ninety seven point three allison ninety seven point three the through now overheated max do we could see thanks in max do me thanks next.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Three billboards outside ebbing missouri now well yeah report alls at number seven trill nearing the top five but first up number what he got number six i follow the our duty at number six i follow the listeners pick again i have three billboards at number six loved this movie frances mcdormand has probably the best performance of the year the great supporting performance by woody harrelson very emotional movie i do think it has been overrated a little bit jeff i know you've height me up on this movie a lot and then i watched it and i did what it is much as you but i i think it comes down to personal preference i'm sure it appears on your list so all hold my thoughts it stood still become i won't say much unnatural trill number six three billboards for me and number six the shape of water ninety five out of one hundred and shape water was a beautiful movie it's a little out there it's different uh some people referred to as the we were the woman had sex with the fish and that is true i call that there's expect their old but in a the acting as great on many different range richard jenkins octavia spencer nominated sally hawkins what she did it's just it's a fantastic movie and and it may not be everybody's cup of tea it's definitely weird it's definitely out there but it's a beautiful movie to look at and in the space they make the movie is just fantastic the sets the design cost of everything is just grain doug jones as the monster in shape of water who's also bye bye man so real up and down year for him but he's always like the practical monster many movies i he was great saw the whole thing was fantastic there are a lot of hype about that movie going into it and and it didn't let me down it was two beautiful movie and i hope you will give it a chance even though it's definitely out there and it's different so ship water 95 out of one hundred for me that's my number six robby what your six my number six and this has already appeared on a list is spiderman homecoming another superhero movie on my list uh i know it's like i was having a hard time doing the best and favorites but i thought this was so.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on Filmspotting

"And then pioneer's essentially an area on the space where this house's where all the action of the film takes place and then we see over generations what happens to that family in that spot the summit about that the still kinda chokes me up and then speaking of choking me up the lonely ghosts when we see kcf lex whitesheeted go staring out the window and for the first time we see there's another one yeah this is older it to him this is affecting other people to and when we see that character recur and that line i don't think they're coming that that has to be in contention for me okay so we're at my top to end josh just just bear with me here okay i don't wanna start another fight i really don't we don't need to have all the data abetting misereor gurus chefs but i am curious well really i i'm not curious because you may just want to hold yourself back from commenting on the sea but if there was one scene in the movie where that work i would think it would work for you despite all the tunnel shifts its taking i would think this would be i don't know in the mix but maybe in fact is just further evidence for you of what's wrong with the film it's the scene all describe as i know baby frances mcdormand with woody harrelson she is the angered mother who is put up the billboards haranguing the sheriff because she doesn't think he is doing enough to figure out who raped and killed her teenage daughter and she gets arrested and he's interrogating her and we do know at this point that he is sick that he is dying of cancer this comes early in the film not a spoiler and they're just having a back and forth a mcdonough ask back and forth full of righteous indignation and wit and there is some humor along with the anger in the scene and then all of a sudden.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Thanks much will be through this morning on bona a my retirements going to be the woody harrelson version of rv ing i've decided that i saw really old rv that book beat up from like from the movie 2012 with woody harrelson i'll guide you id ever exactly yeah dan i thought to myself wow you probably not going to get much further in that rv than i thought no no no no that's the woody harrelson version i'm i want to be that guy you know the crazy guy living in the middle of nowhere in an rv uh allah allah world comes to an end i liked doing dish rabbu will still be here yeah no i ended there's the the thing all set up my own broadcast radio in the back and right and we'll still uh we'll be but it will be because it all depends of the communist takeover will be red radio yeah now ranked i by the way i love i mean it's a pretty damn movie white when he twelve but day and the scenes of california going into the at the scenes of california truly succeeding off into the ocean uh uh were were a little a little bit of uh over boy slightly but a daily cool i mean what what he harrelson's role in 2012 was just fantastic well hey why just great i liked q sac in that unit because it was a bad once you realized okay it's this over the top you know silly thing then you realized okay now we've got an action movie right right let's just and you could compartmentalize at from that point on and then woody harrelson was just icing on the.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on WCTC

"I wake up in a a my retirements going to be the woody harrelson version of rv ing i've decided that i saw really old rv that book beat up from like from movie 2012 with woody harrelson i'll guide the idea of exactly dan i thought to myself wow you probably not going to get much further in that rv than i thought no no no no that's the woody harrelson version i'm i want to be that guy you know the crazy guy living hunt the middle of nowhere in an rv uh ele allah allah world comes to an end i like doing dish where will still be here yeah no i n there's the the thing all set up my own broadcast in radio in the back end rate and we'll still low we'll be but it will be because that it all depends if the communist takeover will be red radio yeah yeah right mmhmm i way i love i mean it's a pretty done movie what when he twelve but dare and the scenes of california going into the they these scenes of california truly succeeding pop into the ocean uh were were of a volvo a little bit uh uh over boy slightly but that is cool i mean of what he harrelson's role in 2012 was just fantastic well hey why just great i liked q sac in that unit because there was a bad one she realized okay it's this over the top you know silly thing then you realize okay now we've got an action movie right right let's just and you could compartmentalize at from that point on and then woody harrelson was just icing on the cake is great thou he was just he really really was hugest just greatness in that yeah uh but uh where are you going with this trailer thing now what's that which shred of no i saw an rv today i was out in about a and it was parked in a weird area of sis parked in ah in on the back of a black ed near a grocery store in a in a person who's probably in their shopping for groceries imagine that but i just saw it i thought wow that thing looks like it's got on its last leg really really uh in.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on WCHS

"Will be into this morning i wake up in a a my retirements going to be the woody harrelson version of our viewing i've decided that i saw really old rv that book beat up from like from the movie 2012 with woody harrelson i'll guy in the idea of exactly yeah and i thought to myself wow you probably not going to get much further in that rv than i thought no no no no that's the woody harrelson version i'm i want to be that guy you know the crazy guy living in the middle of nowhere in an rv uh ele i will ruled comes to an end i like doing dish rabbu will still be here yeah no i n there's the the thing all set up my own broadcast in radio in the back end rate at will still lay we'll be but it will be because it all depends if the communist takeover will be red radio yeah yeah right i either the way i love i mean it's a pretty dumb movie white when he twelve but day and the scenes of california going into the at the scenes of california truly succeeding off into the ocean a a uh were were a uh a little bit uh overboard slightly but a david cool i mean a lot of what he harrelson's role in 2012 was just fantastic well hey wild just great i lights q sac in that unit because there was a bad once you realized okay it's this over the top you know silly thing then you realized okay now we've got an action movie right right let's just and you could compartmentalize at from that point on and then woody harrelson was just icing on the cake it's great out he.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Frances mcdormand in woody harrelson gan ours are spectacular in this movie but they are the only characters that seem fully formed in this movie he and the other characters are cartoonish and sam rockwell while the white like a lot is simply not in the first half of the movie is simply not beleaguered digging would not have that job he's a maniac he's a total crazy person you cannot have them on a police force anywhere in the world unless he's the chief know because if he works for somebody else that somebody else is going to say we just can't have this guy i know what you mean that movie i with you on i'm with you on and it really hit cam rockwell is getting a lot of attention for that performance could it very showy in there's not to work with and he's a very good at error and woody harrelson it's great magnificent great sympathy i think you're exactly right about those character the more that i i think frances mcdormand the woman she play is such an avatar for the rage and the day bear that is permeating society right now that it just cathartic to watch her we do this stuff and then she now there who had sought of character named angry but i think once i left the movie in once i kind of got out of the spell of her got out from under the spell the flaws really came to the four to the service for me and the more time that goes by the less i mean the more problems i have with this movie i really do think it's you know it's written by this guy martin mcdonough um a play right and i think that it really shows it it it it feels like it's been written like a play because it's very contrived and it's very much a product of his imagination and i guess this is you know your argument at the subway see and it's like well it's his world and he can do what he wants in it but i just i founded unconvincing and kind of opportunistic in terms of the way that it.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Wasn't great i joy sought sitting right next shade and think that much i thought it was o'kane theater i've watched it two or three times since then and i really like it now all right really grew on me is that okay hormones brass is that out komo's brian you didn't get the mi allowed to have revised my opinion yes we should have to review every movie in as characters from the movie so that's the black mask character i don't remember the light man i dot the movie was good in subsequent viewing uh we won't be doing that today with it our pets movie coroner tara's that enough four apply for your 12 minutes a work in your klett it did nothing for me arrive fumbling a fair but yes uh i as i told joe i i took my first swing at red box i was out of the grocery store i was like you know what that a real hard week i wanna watch three movies not like i used to in the old days rent movies at the store right great and bullet i strike out folks i got uh this movie with woody harrelson called it's a call thompson or something like that in the gordon i never dreamed that i would become this guy but i gordon i guess your memory just goes no it's not gordon it's let me start with another one and i'll get it i buy the guy that did the movie green blacks or whatever with ben stiller green black reneburg what was the movie will it's not by that guy at all wits that movie called.

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"woody harrelson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"woody harrelson" Discussed on KGO 810

"A buddy m a buddy my by his his body who married a woman who are a kid is a twenty year old kid and apparently he was online with a a woman in the philippines he paid a hundred and fifty box and so he you know he's it's our and so she because of his camera she videotaped him and now's blackmail him put the him during that to himself on the on the internet and it's in the newspaper back east i want i go there but his name was in and they must his name but they listed the story and i'm thought like you know i mean people do weird thing so it's funny i i i was really surprised when i watched one of these they didn't bike have cavill make that kind of a man monkey love thing you know i thought i'd awkward and i would be awkward right i don't know nor bothered me thought about this plan a they laid woody harrelson character basically colonel kurtz apocalypse now he was shaving his head and he had the crazy eyes and ears thinking why this this is a second eight movie the tried to be of oppopsed alblat king kong louis louis louis doing that and it just really weird and thirty when graffiti on the wall at that age o app's now a euro up is this does is take take place way in the future you're or in the past i think it's the future because the virus has killed all the human and the other brands all yeah and they and they had aleve also quickly to explain that well here you have to assume the first couple i barely remember the first couple so it's you know so we've got these eight a another thing with bullet distracted woody harrelson keep going on and on about how we have to build this wall you know what i'd like to see i like this same see the same movie made with humans in kangaroos i would go to see just get punched cancerous tumor his kangaroos is just kinda goofy looking man i like hangar here but the.

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