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Dana Lyn Baron is an American actress and voice over artist known for her extensive work on stage and screen. On-camera career highlights include guest appearance's on NBC's This is Us, Showtime's Shameless, Amazon's Bosch and FX's Golden Globe, SAG & Emmy Award-winning The Assassination of Gianni Versace. She also acted in Netflix's Oscar-winning Mank, starring Gary Oldman and starred in the lead role in the Emmy Award-winning comedy In-Passing. This breakout actress also appears in Aaron Sorkin's Being the Ricardos. @DanaLynBaron IMDb Voice Over YouTube danalynbaron.com JOIN THE YOU BOOKED IT COMMUNITY Chat and Connect with Broadway Performers, Past Podcasts Guests, and People just like you navigating the entertainment industry!
Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons joins Josh on this week's episode to discuss his journey from unemployment to Broadway to becoming one of the most celebrated character actors of our time! It's a busy Fall for J.K. with Aaron Sorkin's "Being the Ricardo", "National Champions", & a return as J. Jonah Jameson in "Spider-Man: No Way Home"! Happy Sad Confused is also proud to announce our 3rd annual holiday benefit! On December 16th, Tom Hiddleston will join Josh for a LIVE chat at 4pm ET. This event will NOT appear as a podcast. The only way to watch and enjoy is to purchase a ticket. All proceeds go to charity! Purchase your tickets here! Don't forget to check out the Happy Sad Confused patreon here! We've got exclusive episodes of GAME NIGHT, video versions of the podcast, and more! For all of your media headlines remember to subscribe to The Wakeup newsletter here!
Molly Bloom faced 90 years in prison and this is her story! Today she comes on the pod to share her journey of what it was like running the world's largest underground poker game and why that led to being arrested by 17 FBI agents and facing decades in prison. She reveals how she beat the odds, escaped the jail time and got sober. Molly also talks about preparing for motherhood, what's next for her and more! Molly Bloom is a keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and bestselling author of Molly's Game which was adapted into an award-winning film by Aaron Sorkin. Her book chronicles her journey from college student to LA waitress to building and operating the largest and most notorious private poker game in the world, where she made as much as $4 million per year. Her games featured hundreds of millions of dollars and included players like Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Affleck A-Rod and Tobey Maguire. She has appeared on media outlets such as Ellen, Vice, The Los Angeles Times, NPR and many others. What I Discuss with Molly: 00:00 Intro 02:04 How Molly started running one of the biggest poker games ever 06:10 Why the game became like a “drug” for her (and how) 12:24 When (and why) things took a turn for the worst 17:13 Molly's assets are seized (-$9M in bank account) & 17 FBI agents arrest her 20:38 How she remained optimistic before her trial (she was facing 90 years in prison) 22:06 Did Molly end up going to prison? 25:16 Molly explains her addiction journey 28:44 What inspired her to get sober? 34:40 How Molly is preparing for motherhood 38:33 Life after Molly's Game: What's next for her? 41:50 How she cultivates power from within to transform her life 46:16 Simple tips for you to build something meaningful Did you enjoy this episode? Check out past episodes for more information-packed conversations that can help improve your lifestyle, or leave us a review! Episode Resources: •Connect with Molly on Instagram More on Organifi: Receive 20% off your order by going to: www.organifi.com/doug
Now that we're all about to enter the metaverse, it's time to revisit the movie about the event marking the beginning of the end of humanity...The Social Network. The Bums cover every detail of a pod favorite and the absolute pinnacle for both David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin. Don't @ us. Write to us! email@example.com Follow us! @cinebums on Instagram Letterboxd! letterboxd.com/cinebums/ YouTube! CineBums on YouTube --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinebums/support
On this week's episode of the Gold Derby Show, editors Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen get real about Aaron Sorkin's Being the Ricardos and discuss whether Nicole Kidman is now the Best Actress frontrunner for playing Lucille Ball (00:10). Then they handicap the movie's chances in Best Actor for Javier Bardem, Best Supporting Actor for J.K. Simmons, and Best Supporting Actress for Nina Arianda, as well as Best Picture (15:49). After that, it's off to 1972 for Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza (29:43), which puts Alana Haim in the Oscars race, gives Bradley Cooper a showcase role, and could win PTA his first Oscar. Finally, they do a brief look at Best Picture (48:00) before hitting up Succession once again (54:55). To make your picks and talk about the awards race, head to https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Trial of the Chicago 7 is the story of seven or so people on trial facing charges surrounding a riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois. Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin and starring Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen, Joseph Grodon-Levitt, Alex Sharp, Yahya Abdul-Mateen and a cast of great actors that you've enjoyed in other films but never learned thier names, this movie is techically very well done. Is that all there is to discuss? Not in the least. Mike and Mike bring you this episode recorded in late September 2020. Here's a time capsule of that unique time in hoistory discussing a movie about another unique time in history. Enjoy.
Julie & Adrian have all the celebrity chisme with a full episode of The Pop Culture Pop Up. This week we're breaking down Taylor Swift's Red (Taylor's Version) album which is supposedly all about Julie's husband, Jake Gyllenhaal. Plus, Bradley Cooper calling Lady Gaga the greatest actress of our generation, the Being The Ricardos trailer & the crazy things coming out of the mouth of the film's director, Aaron Sorkin, Kate Winslet saying she knows at least 4 actors who are afraid to come out of the closet, Keke Palmer being an absolute Superstar, Katy Perry going back to black, & Ariana Grande & Cynthia Erivo in Wicked (but not James Corden). Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @youmeandchismeEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow Julie & Adrian on Instagram & TwitterJulie (@juliexplores): Instagram & TwitterAdrian (@djadriatic): Instagram & Twitter
This week, Jack takes an issue with Rosalia and The Weeknd's new song - 'La Fama'. The song is a Bachata from the Dominican Republic, yet neither of them are from there. Is it then cultural appropriation? Mike responds. The guys also discuss writer/director Aaron Sorkin's comments about Javier Bardem's casting of Cuban Desi Arnaz in 'Being The Ricardo's'. Sorkin says, "Spanish and Cuban aren't actable." Is he right? Listen to the Brown & Black perspective on all of it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Today we chat with Adam Shapiro about what it is to be enough, being re-cast in the feature adaptation of a passion project, to the insightful advice Director Jason Winer gave just before testing for a pilot, to starting your own theatre company. From his work on The Affair, Sense8, Grace & Frankie, The Mindy Project, and Snowfall, to his roles in Now You See Me, The House Bunny, and Steve Jobs, as well as on Broadway in Waitress---you've likely seen today's guest before… Adam is currently filming the upcoming season of Showtime's The Affair, and recently filmed the lead role in a new TBS half-hour comedy pilot and roles in the upcoming indie films It Happened In LA (Sundance 2017), Feed, The Female Brain, and Social Animals. He's been seen as Avie Tevanian in Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs, arcs the Netflix series from the Wachowskis: Sense8, ABC's Cristela, Audience Network's Kingdom, and the NBC comedy Trial & Error, as well as guest starring roles on Grace & Frankie (Netflix), Snowfall (FX) and The Mindy Project(FOX). Recent television credits include: Bones, CSI: Cyber, The Mysteries of Laura, Betrayal, 1600 Penn, Scandal, Mistresses, and Grey's Anatomy. More Film Credits: Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant, The Answer, Sister, Nobody Walks in LA, Ctl Alt Delete, I Am Not A Hipster, Short Term 12, Now You See Me, A Single Man, The House Bunny, The Den. Adam is also a co-founder of IAMA Theatre Company, and has recently starred on Broadway in the Tony nominated Waitress. Adam was most recently nominated for Ovation Awards for IAMA's LA premiere of The Recommendation by Jon Caren (Winner Best Production 2014) and for Best Lead Actor in a Musical for Hey, Morgan! a world premiere comedy by Matthew Fogel and Isaac Laskin, Directed by Matt Shakman at the Black Dahlia Theatre. More stage credits include: Rent, You are Here, The Accidental Blonde, the world premieres of Leslye Headland's Bachelorette and Assistance (IAMA Theatre Company), and “David” in Paul Grellong's west coast premiere of Manuscript (The Elephant). Guest links: IMDB: Adam Shapiro WEBSITE: ShappyPretzel.com INSTAGRAM: @shappyshaps TWITTER: @adamshapiro WEBSITE: IamaTheatre.com For exclusive content surrounding this and all podcast episodes, sign up for our amazing newsletter at AlyshiaOchse.com. And don't forget to snap and post a photo while listening to the show and tag me (@alyshiaochse)! Show Links: CONSULTING: Get 1-on-1 advice for your acting career from Alyshia Ochse COACHING: Get personalized coaching from Alyshia on your next audition or role INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher Credits: WRITER: Bebe Katsenes SOUND DESIGN: Zachary Jameson WEBSITE & GRAPHICS: Chase Jennings ASSISTANT: Elle Powell SOCIAL OUTREACH: Bebe Katsenes
I mean, who doesn't love Cynthia Erivo and Arianna Grande!? Broadway News: Patrick Page returns to Hadestown on November 9, 2021. The newly imagined Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will return to the Lyric on Friday, November 12th. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child originally cast a spell over the world as an epic two-part event. Now, the show has been boldly restaged as one singular performance by the award-winning creative team for its return to North America. With just one ticket in hand, audiences will enjoy all the adventure the continuation of Harry's story entails in one magical afternoon or evening. Due to popular demand, both Dana H. and Is This A Room running in rep at the Lyecum are extending their previously announced early closing date. They will both run through the Thanksgiving holiday. Is This A Room will now play through November 27, and Dana H. will now run through November 28. Kristin Chenoweth is heading to Lincoln Center. The Tony and Emmy Award winner will headline a one-night-only concert at the Metropolitan Opera December 13. NYC will welcome back spectators to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The November 26 televised special will see performances from the Broadway casts of Six, Moulin Rouge!, and Wicked, plus NBC's upcoming Annie Live!. The parade will be broadcast 9 AM–noon EST on NBC. Additional performers include Kristin Chenoweth and Darren Criss, both of whom have new holiday albums out this year, along with Jordan Fisher, The Rockettes, Ballet Hispánico, and the cast of Girls5Eva. Casting: Ciara Renée is headed to Waitress on Broadway! She will take over the role of Jenna on Thursday, November 25, 2021. Jennifer Nettles, as previously announced, will play her final performance on Wednesday, November 24, 2021. Waitress is back on Broadway for a limited engagement now through January 9, 2022 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Also two-time Tony Award nominee Joshua Henry will take over the role of Dr. Pomatter and current cast member Tyrone Davis, Jr. will take over the role of Ogie on Monday, November 29. The New Group announced that Ephraim Sykes will join the cast of the world premiere production of Black No More. This new musical, inspired by George S. Schuyler's 1931 novel of the same name, features Book by John Ridley, Music and Lyrics by Tariq Trotter, Choreography by Bill T. Jones, Music Supervision, Orchestrations and Vocal Arrangements by Daryl Waters and Direction by Scott Elliott. A strictly limited engagement will play January 11 through February 27, 2022 at The Pershing Square Signature Center with Opening Night on Tuesday, February 8. Oscar nominee and two-time Emmy winner Greg Kinnear will make his Broadway debut as Atticus Finch in Aaron Sorkin's stage adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird beginning January 5, 2022, at the Shubert Theatre. Kinnear will succeed Tony nominee and Emmy winner Jeff Daniels, who will play his final performance January 2. The complete cast is set for Wild: A Musical Becoming. Idina Menzel will headline the world premiere production at the American Repertory Theater's Loeb Drama Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Performances begin December 5, with the run scheduled through January 2, 2022. Menzel, Jabvier Munoz and YDE from Nickelodeon's The Haunted Hathaways and School of Rock will star as a mother-daughter pair in the musical, penned by V (formerly Eve Ensler) and musicians Justin Tranter and Caroline Pahnell. The environmentalism-themed story follows the family as they grapple over the future of their family farm. Follow @BwayPodNetwork on Twitter. Find co-hosts on Twitter at @AyannaPrescod, @CLewisReviews, and @TheMartinAcuna. Tickets for Is This A Room and Dana H. playing in rep at the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway are on sale NOW! Purchase HERE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kayla Blake was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and moved to Los Angeles to work professionally as a dancer (Fame tv series, Disneyland, music videos). While working on Fame, she fell in love with acting and started classes immediately. Sure enough, she made the right decision and acting has been her passion ever since. Her first professional job was on the critically acclaimed show, China Beach. Ever since, Kayla has had the good fortune of working with some incredibly talented industry professionals: Exit to Eden directed by Gary Marshall, Nowhere Man with Bruce Greenwood, One West Waikiki with Cheryl Ladd, Sports Night created by Aaron Sorkin, Hawaii with Michael Biehn, Four Christmases with Vince Vaughn & Reese Witherspoon, A Thousand Words with Eddie Murphy, House of Cards with Robin Wright, L.A.'s Finest with Jessica Alba, For All Mankind with Jodi Balfour, and most recently with Tim Robbins as a member of his theater company, The Actors' Gang. With Tim Robbins as director and co-writer, Kayla and 11 other actors created the original play, The New Colossus, which traveled to Chile, Argentina & on a National Tour in 2020. Currently, Kayla is performing in a virtual play called We Live On. In both The New Colossus & We Live On, Kayla has the honor of sharing the stories of her Chinese and Hawaiian ancestors. It's A Hawaii Thing Productions. Quality content for the Hawaii Enthusiast and traveler. Celebrities, artists & community leaders vomming together to showcase the spirit of the islands. New weekly program dedicated to anything and everything unique to life in Hawaii. To Learn more about It's A Hawaii Thing visit: https://www.itsahawaiithing.com/ It's A Hawaii Thing is a https://www.wikiocast.com/ production. #Dancer #Fame #WeLiveOn #HouseofCards
Patron and dear old friend Darren Deffley joins the show to talk about the 1992 cinematic classic A Few Good Men. Written by Aaron Sorkin, directed by Rob Reiner, and starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, and Demi Moore, it taught the world the we “Can't Handle the Truth!” Adam and Darren swept all the duet acting speech tournaments with their performance of the climactic courtroom scene in 7th grade, and now they perform together for the first time in 27 years!Want to be a guest on the show? Your odds go way up if you subscribe on Patreon!< '00 | an Art House Empire Production | a proud member of the Greenlit podcast Network | #LessThan2000Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lessthan2000)
Mary McCormack is one of today's boldest and most versatile actresses, continually challenging herself with roles that often defy Hollywood standards and bring to light the complex lives of ordinary women. The LA Times says, “McCormack has a kind of 20th century sass, a lively impertinence you find in classic Hollywood comedians like Barbara Stanwyck, Irene Dunne and Rosalind Russell.” She has shown her immense talent working in film, television and on stage, and has tackled roles ranging from slapstick comedy to intense drama. Tony-nominated for her role in Broadway's “Boeing Boeing” opposite Mark Rylance, she is also widely known for her four seasons as a regular cast member of “The West Wing" (two SAG Award nominations), as the lead of USA's critically acclaimed “In Plain Sight,” and for her role opposite Howard Stern in Private Parts. McCormack's recent television work includes starring roles in the ABC series “The Kids Are Alright,” the AMC series “Loaded,” the NBC comedy series “Welcome To The Family” as well as arcs on such shows as HBO's “The Newsroom,” “Scandal” (ABC), Gus van Sant's award-winning miniseries “When We Rise” (ABC), “House of Lies” (Showtime) and the “Will & Grace” reboot (NBC). McCormack will also appear in the new Hulu Blumhouse anthology series “Treehouse.” McCormack can also be seen in the HBO Max feature Unpregnant. In non-scripted, McCormack produces the hit game show “25 Words or Less” alongside Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky which was just renewed for a second season. Next up, McCormack can be seen staring in the STARZ series “Heels.” McCormack returned to the Broadway stage in 2008 to star in “Boeing Boeing” alongside Christine Baranski, Mark Rylance and Bradley Whitford. Marc Camoletti's classic sixties comedy won the Tony for Best Revival and earned McCormack a 2008 Tony nomination for “Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play.” Additional stage credits include a highly successful run opposite Alan Cumming as Sally Bowles in the Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall-directed Broadway production of “Cabaret” for the Roundabout Theatre Company, as well as the acclaimed London stage production of Neil LaBute's play “Bash,” the David Warren-directed productions of “My Marriage To Earnest Borgnine” and Jon Robin Baitz's “A Fair Country.” McCormack breakout performance, opposite Howard Stern in Private Parts, won her universal critical acclaim. McCormack's additional television and feature credits include: Aaron Sorkin's NBC smash hit “The West Wing,” a recurring role on “ER,” Right At Your Door, the Stephen King thriller 1408, Christopher Guests' “For Your Consideration,” the Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney HBO political series “K-Street,” as Justine Appleton in Steve Bochco's “Murder One,” as well as the USA Network miniseries “Traffic,” directed by Stephen Hopkins (24). In addition, McCormack has appeared in varied roles in such films as Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star opposite David Spade; K-PAX opposite Jeff Bridges and Kevin Spacey; Full Frontal, directed by Steven Soderbergh and opposite David Duchovny and Catherine Keener; High Heels & Low Lifes with Minnie Driver; Mystery, Alaska, written by David E. Kelley and starring Russell Crowe; Other Voices, with Stockard Channing and Campbell Scott; The Broken Hearts Club, opposite John Mahoney and Timothy Olyphant; The Big Tease opposite Craig Ferguson; Gun Shy with Sandra Bullock and Liam Neeson; the Clint Eastwood film, True Crime; Mimi Leder's Deep Impact; The Alarmist, opposite Stanley Tucci; Father's Day and Miracle on 34th Street. She also appeared in Michael G. Cooney's The Men and the feature film Drone with Sean Bean as well as Amazon's period drama American Girl: Mary Ellen. Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, McCormack is a graduate of Trinity College and resides with her family in Los Angeles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Please welcome the Tony-Award nominated set designer who put Jersey all over the map…Klara Zieglerova! A Prague native, Klara studied design at David Geffen School of Drama at Yale University and was later hired as an associate set designer of the 1998 Roundabout Theatre Co. Broadway revival of 1776 and 1999 Broadway revival of ANNIE GET YOUR GUN along with stage manager Richard Hester. Credits as lead designer include the Broadway production of THE SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE, the 2012 national tour of FLASHDANCE THE MUSICAL directed and choreographed by Sergio Trujillo as well as the Broadway, West End, and touring productions of SISTER ACT directed by Jerry Zaks and THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Des McAnuff. In this episode, you'll learn about: -How she nailed her Jersey Boys interview with Des McAnuff -Original sketches of the set -What drew her to the story…”The iron curtain.” -The production she coined the “Rolls Royce of Jersey Boys sets” -Why the Jersey Boys UK tour set has two spiral staircases -How to design for a national tour -Her time working with late lighting designer Howell Binkley -How design teams are created and opportunity to newcomers in this niche role in theater -Her set design nomination for Jersey Boys ♥️ Key quotes: -“Des wanted to keep the show as downstage as possible” -“My only job is to not let the scenery get in the way.” Don't forget…Everywhere you see an official Dodgers production of Jersey Boys, you're immersed in Klara's gorgeous set design. ♥️
It is probably no secret to you all that we (Harmony & Russell) enjoy watching television together (shhh…!). After finishing over 21 seasons of Hell's Kitchen, we moved on to prestige dramas like The Handmaid's Tale and Mrs. America, and our current obsession, Succession… and often you'll find references to these narratives percolate in conversations with our guests. We're in the Golden Age of Television, but the real prototype of our time is the “Walk and Talk” by Aaron Sorkin, The West Wing, which is absolutely beloved. For many of our generation it was the show that precipitated an interest in sincere and earnest political activism. Our guest today, Lu Q. Duong, is both a result of that movement and quite coincidentally an example. Lu's father, a French Vietnamese chef, was founder of a restaurant in DC that became the center for Republican Beltway work lunch. It was not uncommon, for example, to see former GOP VP Dick Cheney eating there on any given day. Lu's father remains a dynamic example of the immigrant experience: An indefatigable worker and idealist for the American way of life. Lu is now Principal Director for the Tech and STEM Initiatives unit for The United Negro College Fund and a former communications lead at the very influential education initiative the Aspen Institute. He took his degree in Political Science at Virginia Commonwealth University and applied his expertise in growth and marketing to his interest in Ashtanga Yoga (in his spare time!). He created Ashtanga: Parampara, an online magazine, which sought to build on and develop the stories told in Guy Donahaye's book “Guruji” with long form interviews from other teachers within our global Ashtanga yoga community. We think it's fair to say, Lu is kind of a big deal (not to mention a incredibly talented, thoughtful, empathetic and all-round fabulous human being). In today's episode we asked Lu his professional opinion to the question... “What would you do with the Ashtanga Yoga brand?” Listen along as he reluctantly explains his opinion from the perspective of a political marketing expert. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT LU - ASHTANGA PARAMPARA I INSTAGRAM - ashtangaparampara.org The Finding Harmony Podcast is hosted, edited and produced by Harmony Slater and co-hosted by Russell Case. A big heart of thanks to our friends, family, and students from around the world, who've generously supported this podcast through your comments, sharing, and financial donations. ❤ Your contributions have allowed us to keep our podcast ad and sponsor free. If you've enjoyed today's podcast, please consider supporting our future episodes by making a donation. Every little bit goes a long way and we are immensely grateful for any and all of your support. Find out more about Harmony - harmonyslater.com Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! ❤ Give us a 5★ rating! We love to read and respond to your comments - So drop us a note in the comments below and give us a shout out on IG! Opening & Closing Music by Nick Evans - purchase your own copy - Click Here.
On this episode we're talking all about the tragic shooting death of Halyna Hutchins, Disney/Marvel Studios' latest release date changes, Ruby Rose's new scathing allegations against The CW and WarnerMedia, CBS' quick full season order for freshman comedy, "Ghosts", Law & Order: SVU's milestone 500th episode, the new trailer debut for Columbia's upcoming film, "Uncharted", the return of Castle Rock Entertainment, the new trailer for Aaron Sorkin's upcoming film, "Being The Ricardos", and more!! Plus, our "Top 5 Favorite ___________"!! segment; this week it's "Most Hated Movies", and of course we have our box office predictions, and the IMDbPro Starmeter toppers!! Also visit www.CrazyAntMedia.com for the latest crazy ant media gear!!
On this episode of The Gold Derby Show, experts Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen give their thoughts on The Last Duel (00:10) and co-star and co-writer Ben Affleck's awards chances this year with both that film and The Tender Bar (15:00). Then, Joyce and Chris dissect the new trailer for Aaron Sorkin's Being the Ricardos and try to figure out if Nicole Kidman could be a Best Actress nominee for playing Lucille Ball (31:38). Finally, it's time to look at the week's new releases, Dune and The French Dispatch (45:15) before rounding things out with a brief Succession recap (52:08). To make your predictions and read about all these films and races, head to https://www.goldderby.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brian Laundrie is still on the loose and is definitely never getting caught, Ross and Jessie talk about how drunk and high they'll be getting once they're empty-nesters, and Aaron Sorkin's new Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez movie looks kind of weird. Go to ghostbed.com/drinkinbros and use code DRINKINBROS for 30% off EVERYTHING (Mattresses, Adjustable Base, and more) -- plus a 101 Night Sleep Trial and Mattresses Made in the USA! Go to CardoMax.com and use promo code NOONERS, and you get Buy One Get One FREE on your first order. If you go to GetQUIP.com/NOONERS, RIGHT NOW, you'll get your first refill FREE.
Emmanuel has returned to get pretty fricking spooky this week!! This week we talk the fast paced blink song “Generational Divide” along with the 4th film in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. They also talk about creating a real Suicide Squad, Mike & Emmanuel talk the failed Aaron Sorkin drama “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,” and Trace describes a video game
There was perhaps no greater spin on American politics than the 'The West Wing.' And there was perhaps no more accurate portrayal of American politics than 'Veep.' Aaron Sorkin's series was an idealistic drama, a practice in wish fulfillment in which the person sitting at the Oval Office is as obsessed with ethics as he is with metaphor-filled monologues. Armando Iannucci's comedy, meanwhile, featured politicians who spewed lines like "Jolly Green Jizzface." Yet, inside Washington, one reigned supreme: 'Veep,' a series so on-point, that Elena Kagan and Antonin Scalia would meet weekly to discuss it. And that's just one incredible fun fact to come out of the Julia Louis-Dreyfus series that would last eight seasons, just long enough to predict the 2020 election. So, for this episode, Allison and Kate dive deep into 'Veep,' and find out who else almost starred in the series, the real reason why Iannucci created a woman vice-president, and just how many "f-cks" made their way into the first eight episodes of the series. Plus, the incredible amount of actors who almost played Jonah. So grab your leather man-bag, and enjoy!
With the MLB Playoffs on the horizon, the guys get together to discuss one of the best baseball movies of all-time ‘Moneyball'. They start by discussing the incredible performance from Brad Pitt and where this ranks in his all time performances. They discuss the Oakland Athletics in this time period, Web Gems and differences in the movie and real life. The guys talk about the performance of Jonah Hill and how different this role is compared to all of his others. In lieu of The Recast, the guys rank their Top 5 Jonah Hill performance of all-time! You listen to this, we all win. You don't, we lose. And we hate losing.Twitter: @ReelItBackPodInstagram: ReelItBackPodFacebook: Reel It BackPart of the Walk-Ons NetworkThank you for listening!
Neste episódio: A primeira temporada do Videoclube chega (quase) ao fim com ‘The Social Network', o biopic e drama legal sobre a criação do Facebook e os dois processos legais que daí surgiram. O filme é realizado por David Fincher, escrito por Aaron Sorkin e protagonizado por Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake e Armie Hammer (a dobrar). | Para este episódio, o grupo habitual é mais uma vez acompanhado por Matilde Costa Alves, editora do Espalha-Factos e testemunha perita em ser Stan do Jesse Eisenberg. | Poucos filmes desafiaram a coesão do videoclube como este. Diogo e Andreia são fãs por completo, vendo aqui um dos seus filmes favoritos e uma masterclass em todos os elementos desde guião a realização, performances, cinematografia, temática, e mais. Juze, Cláudio e Matilde também se revelam apreciadores, mas Malheiro vai na direção oposta, criticando o retrato de Zuckerberg e uma aparente falta de tensão dramática no enredo. Depois de discutido o filme, está na altura de rever o ranking final de todos os filmes da temporada, onde algumas surpresas levantam discussão. | O Videoclube é o podcast de quarta-feira do Espalha-Factos. Este episódio é conduzido por Diogo Marques e conta com Andreia Santos, Cláudio Melo, João Malheiro, José Duarte e Matilde Costa Alves. | Segue o Espalha-Factos! Site: https://espalhafactos.com/ | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EspalhaFactos | Instagram: http://instagram.com/espalhafactos | Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/espalhafactos
Peter Shankman Discusses How He Innovates With ADHD As His Superpower This episode is brought to you by Brain.fm. I love and use brain.fm every day! It combines music and neuroscience to help me focus, meditate, and even sleep! Because you listen to this show, you can get a free trial.* URL: https://brain.fm/innovativemindset If you love it as much as I do, you can get 20% off with this exclusive coupon code: innovativemindset It's also brought to you by Gloria Chou's PR Starter Pack. If you want to get featured in the media, this is your best first step. What a great episode! Peter innovates and moves faster than normal. We dig into how he does it and we can do it too. The New York Times has called Peter Shankman "a rockstar who knows everything about social media and then some." He is a 5x best-selling author, entrepreneur, and corporate keynote speaker, focusing on customer service and the new and emerging customer and neuroatypical economy. With three startup launches and exits under his belt, (most notably Help a Reporter Out) Peter is recognized worldwide for radically new ways of thinking about the customer experience, social media, PR, marketing, advertising, and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and the new Neurodiverse and Remote economies. In addition to his passion for helping people and companies find success, some of Peter's highlights also include: Founder of HARO - Help A Reporter Out, which became the standard for thousands of journalists looking for sources prior to being acquired three years after launch Futurist-in-Residence at Epic Marketing Consultants, focusing on the customer experience of tomorrow Faster than Normal - The Internet's #1 podcast on ADHD, focusing on the superpowers and gifts of having a "faster than normal brain,” which has helped thousands of people all around the world realize that having a neurodiverse brain is actually a gift, not a curse. The ShankMinds Breakthrough Network, an elite, online mastermind of thought leaders, business experts, and change-makers Peter is a worldwide influencer and/or spokesperson for several global brands including Sylvania, National Car Rental, Manscaped.com, Sealface, Thule, and many others. Finally, Peter is a father, a 2x Ironman triathlete, a class B licensed skydiver, and has a pretty serious Peloton addiction. When he's not traveling around the world speaking to companies big and small, he's based in NYC with his seven-year-old daughter and 20-year-old cat, both of whom consistently refuse him access to the couch. Connect with Peter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/petershankman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeterShankman Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/petershankman/ Website: https://www.shankman.com/ Episode Transcript Peter Shankman [00:00:00] Peter Shankman: You know, at the end of the day, if you don't like where you are, you can move. Cause you're not a tree, but sometimes that takes time and that's fine. But the only thing I have a problem with is, is if you're spending the few hours of free time, you're not making arrangements to change down the road, but rather bitching about your situation. [00:00:18] Then I kinda have a problem with it because you have the opportunity to at least start the process. [00:00:27] Izolda Trakhtenberg: Hello and welcome to the innovative mindset podcast. Izolda Trakhtenberg. On the show, I interview peak performing innovators in the creative social impact and earth conservation spaces or working to change the world. This episode is brought to you by brain FM, brain FM combines the best of music and neuroscience to help you relax, focus, meditate, and even sleep. [00:00:48] I love it and have been using it to write, create and do. Deepest work because you're a listener of the show. You can get a free trial head over to brain.fm/innovative mindset. To check it out. If you [00:01:00] decide to subscribe, you can get 20% off with the coupon code, innovative mindset, all one word. And now let's get to the show. [00:01:12] Hey there and welcome to the innovative mindset podcast. My name is Izolda Trakhtenberg. I'm your host and I'm super happy. You're here. I'm also really happy and honored to have this week's guest. The New York Times has called Peter Shankman a rockstar who knows everything about social media and then some he's a five-time bestselling author, entrepreneur, and corporate keynote speaker. [00:01:34] Focusing on customer service and the new and emerging customer and neuro-atypical economy with three startup launches and exits under his belt. Most notably help report her out. Peter is recognized worldwide for radically new ways of thinking about the customer experience, social media, PR marketing, advertising, and ADHD, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. [00:01:57] And the new neurodiverse and [00:02:00] remote economies, in addition to his passion for helping people and companies find success, some of Peter's highlights also include founder of HARO helper reporter out, which became the standard for thousands of journalists, looking for sources prior to being acquired three years after launch futurist in residence. [00:02:17] Epic marketing consultants, focusing on the customer experience of tomorrow, faster than normal. The Internet's number one podcast on ADHD, focusing on the superpowers and gifts of having a faster than normal brain, which has helped thousands of people all around the world realize that having a neurodiverse brain is actually a gift, not a curse. [00:02:39] The Shank Minds, breakthrough network, an elite online mastermind of thought leaders, business experts, and change-makers. Peter's a worldwide influencer and a spokesperson for several global brands, including Sylvania national car rental, and many others. [00:03:00] Finally, Peter is a father, a two-time iron man triathlete, a class B licensed skydiver, and has a pretty serious Peloton addiction. When he's not traveling around [00:03:10] speaking to companies big and small, he's based in New York City with a seven-year-old daughter and 20-year-old cat and dog. All of whom consistently refused him access to the couch theater. I'm super thrilled that you're here. Welcome. Peter Shankman: Hey, great to be here. Thanks. Izolda Trakhtenberg: I am. I'm a big, huge fan. I have read faster than normal before, and I just got a copy for my husband because the audiobook is out and cause he's not a big reader. [00:03:37] He has ADHD and he's plowing through it and loving it. And he now of course from the movie up, keeps going squirrel. So, at all sorts of times, I want to jump right on it. If that's okay with you. You, it's been said, have an incredible imagination and incredible intuition. And [00:04:00] I'm wondering, how does, how do those, those parts of you relate to ADHD if they do and how do you use them to make it your superpower? [00:04:11] Peter Shankman: Oh yeah. That's interesting. I think that, you know, people would say anything. I think that, that for me, a lot of it. When you have a faster brain, you have a couple of options. You can try to slow down to match everyone else. Or you can accept that that's really, really hard to do, and you can sort of learn to, to speak slower than you think. [00:04:32] So what do I mean by that? I will sit there and come up with 15 ideas in five minutes because it's fun. 13 that might be beneficial to, there might be terrible, whatever, but I will spend time to sort of understand. What's going on and then present the top couple of ideas of the world. The difference is, is that I've accepted that no matter how calmly I do that, that'd be really think that he is crazy. [00:04:55] And so the goal is to learn, not to care about [00:05:00] what people think and never let that prevent you from doing something fun or doing something that you want to do or creating something, something, something new. [00:05:07] Izolda Trakhtenberg: Okay. So within that people might think it's crazy, but you come up with the idea and I'm wondering, are you in that moment trying to solve a problem that you've seen or is it just the ideas of rapid-fire and how do you reconcile the two? [00:05:21] If for example, you come up with an idea that someone else might think is crazy, but it's [00:05:26] Peter Shankman: not okay. You know, it it's, it's sort of stealing yourself in the fact that when you present the idea, there's going to be at least one person that knows what the hell is wrong, you know, but, but then understanding that, that, that, that the situations and the ideas that you presented in the past that actually benefit, you know, I have a little bit of a positive track record in that. [00:05:45] And I've had several ideas of the past that have actually turned into, you know, great companies or, you know, a million multimillion dollar exits, things like that. So that gives you a little bit of credibility. The key though, is to keep moving forward. The thing about ADHD is that is the [00:06:00] forward motion. [00:06:00] Whether you're in, whether you are, you see you and your entrepreneur forward, motion is thrilling. And if you're not going forward, even if you're just standing still, it kind of feels like you're going backwards. And that's a problem. So for me, it's always about forward motion. If I have an idea and it doesn't work, I try and do it right. [00:06:14] That is where I try another one. And they're going to be ideas of work. It happens all the time. So the key is to keep moving forward. [00:06:22] Izolda Trakhtenberg: Okay. And yet there are times when ADHD is something that allows you to think laterally, to look at things from a different angle. How does that align with the forward motion that you're talking [00:06:32] Peter Shankman: about? [00:06:33] There's several ways. I mean, I mean, the, the, the premise of you know, just this morning, I was on a call with a client and, and, and the client was coming back and forth on an idea that they just, they didn't see it working and see it working. And rather than try to sort of convince them that what I said, what if we take it? [00:06:45] What if we go 45 degrees to the left and look at it? And all of a sudden, oh, okay, well maybe that, you know, it's all this stuff that I got in trouble for in school. Right? Speaking, out of turn you know, cracking jokes. [00:07:00] Disrupting the class. Cause I talking about something that completely come up with something completely different type thing. [00:07:04] All of that has sort of given, allowed me to, to, to use that to my benefit as a, as a, you know, as an adult. The key is to be in an industry to be in a place, to be in a world where, where creativity is, lauded is not pushed down and, and, and, and, and thrown away. You know, I know that some ideas I'm gonna, I'm gonna put the effort. [00:07:22] We're not going to do that and that's not going to happen. And sort of once you realize there's gonna be people like that, and you just move on, you find your people, you find the people who, who, who appreciate what you can bring to the table. I heard a great quote once cause there've been times that I've had to let people leave my table because we just didn't, you know, they couldn't understand my speed. [00:07:43] I couldn't understand their non speed. And I heard a great quote. Just because we're no longer friends doesn't mean I wish you ill. I don't want you to starve. I just don't want you to eat at my table. Right. And if [00:08:00] you are creative and your, and your brain does work differently, occasionally you have to realize that not everyone's gonna think like you, and if you spend your entire life focused on the fact that that things you do are not. [00:08:12] Always going to be understood or are not always going to be accepted or, you know, you're not, you're going to be asked. Why aren't you normal things of the day. If you spend your entire life being upset about the fact that's happening, you're never gonna be able to grow. I think Winston Churchill said, you'll, you'll never reach your destination if you stop to yell at every dog barks. [00:08:29] Right. So sometimes you just have to make it on your own and, and, and, and move forward and understand that. Yeah, here we go. And it's, it's, I've found. That's a great success in that. It took a long time and a lot of a lot of therapy. But in the end I realized that, you know, the idea that I've had, some of them have been very beneficial, so it'd be great. [00:08:48] Some of them failed, but I will never stop continuing to do that. [00:08:55] Izolda Trakhtenberg: Yeah, nor should you, I mean, there, there are certain ideas, certainly heroin is one of the ones that I love help a reporter [00:09:00] out. I've used it myself and continue to use it. And th th that, that begs the question that you've had these successful companies, some of them have been multi-million dollar ends, it's you? [00:09:10] And then you're moving forward when you're doing that. There are times, and I've, I've, I've been lurking on your blog. You talk about feeling like an imposter. Okay. So what was that? God? Yes. Okay. So, so how, how does that work? Is that, is that the ADHD brain, is that your personality? And if so, w which, which would, whichever one it is, how are you making those work for you? [00:09:34] Peter Shankman: It's a little bit of everything. I think there's a part of it that. No matter how I could give a speech to 30,000 people and get a 30,000 person standing ovation. If one person doesn't stand up, that's the person I'm gonna focus on. Oh my God, everyone hated it. It was terrible. Let alone the fact that, that my eyes are literally telling me the 29,999 people like. [00:09:54] Right. There's always been a little bit. And again, that's something you have to work on constantly because a lot of times, you know, [00:10:00] growing up with ADHD, growing up with, sit down, you're disrupting the class disease and growing up with you're wrong and you're weird. And why are you so stupid? And why are you so strange? [00:10:06] You know, no matter how much success you have that tends to stick in your brain. And that tends to pop up the most inconvenient times. It's taken years to get over that, but every little bit of success, I have everything that I do that tends to benefit, you know, from that I tend to to learn a little bit more and chip away a little bit more at what I call junior high school, Peter the guy who, who, who took all that shit seriously. [00:10:28] You know, the, the PERT example, we're talking about the triathlon. I ran this Sunday, my friend my coach and my friend was at the finish line. He grabbed this photo of me coming across and my. Oh, my God, I am disgusting. I'm sweaty. I'm gross. I still have 25 pounds to lose. I don't look like a triathlon or triathlete. [00:10:45] It looks some fat guy who just got, and then I had this moment where I saw the finish line sign behind me and realized, no, maybe just a guy who just did this race and that's a shit ton more than most people did today. And once you own that, right. And it was this wonderful feeling of release and feeling of, of, of, of freedom that, [00:11:00] yeah, I did just do this and I can, I can appreciate myself for what I do. [00:11:06] And it it's, it's hard to get there because you know, you sit there a lot of times with your, with your, with your, your, your ADHD and, you know, your concept that, that today's the day when I wake up today is absolutely the day of the New York times gonna have written a huge article about about what a fraud I am and everything I've done is just been locked. [00:11:21] And then when they don't, it's obviously, because I'm not important enough to be written up by the New York times, you know? So there's this constant battle with yourself, but. You know, you do what you can do and, and, and you, every day, you chip a little bit more away at it. Yeah. [00:11:37] Izolda Trakhtenberg: It's so fascinating that you say that because again, my husband has add, and he, and I talk about this a lot about the notion that no matter, no matter what he does, he doesn't think it's good enough, no matter how he's an artist in a clown. [00:11:50] And he always comes back with stories of not thinking that no matter how well he did. It just wasn't good enough. And on some level it might lead him to strive, but there are times [00:12:00] when he just gets down on himself and it's very hard for him to motivate himself and it's impossible for me to motivate him. [00:12:06] So do you get to those places where you actually just stop and go, you know what, I just can't today or are you always going, no, this is it right? Yeah. There [00:12:14] Peter Shankman: all the time. And you know, I have ways to make sure that I am like don't let them. Perfect. You know, let it affect me as, as little as possible, but that way I I, I, exercise is massive, right? [00:12:26] I have to exercise. I have to work out. I have to get that brain chemistry growing in my brain every single day. I was up at 4:00 AM this morning. I was on the bike for an hour. It just, it gives me the, the chemistry I need to, to quiet those demons. Right. For lack of a better word. It's certainly not easy to do, but you know, if I don't exercise my day, And so the key is to find a way to build that into everything I needed. [00:12:58] My dad you know, it's not, [00:13:00] it sounds easy, but you know, when, when you've had it, when you worked late or you had a late dinner or whatever, you know, you get to bed at midnight and it's 4:00 AM and you have to wake up and work out. It's it's difficult, but I know what will happen if I don't. And I certainly don't want that. [00:13:17] So, you know, I it's, I've heard it's called playing the tape forward. Alcoholics talk about it a lot. The premise of that you know, okay, I'm going to have this one drink, well, if have this one drink where I'm going to be in 12 hours and it never ends well when you think of it that way. So the key is to not think about it that way, the key is to not have that first drink. [00:13:35] For me, it's sort of the same thing. If I don't. It'll be 6:00 PM or 4:00 PM and 12 hours we'll have passed either way, but what kind of a damn right, will it be a better day or a worse day? And so that easily enough to get me up. And again, this is enough to get me, but not all the time. I'm not perfect. [00:13:51] You know, I will sleep in every once in a while ago. And honestly, Ben and I will, I will, I will scale workout. The key is not to not to get into such a rut where you [00:14:00] are, where you are without one MIS becomes a 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 weeks cycle. That's you, you know, you don't want to so was one of the reasons I rarely drink anymore is because I would, I would, I would, you know, I wasn't going to have to get drunk, but I, oh, I'm going to client event free. [00:14:14] Great. I'll have four drinks. I'll have five drinks. I wasn't getting drunk, but I. You know, I come home a little, hung up, not hung over, but you know, I'd be a little dehydrated. I wouldn't wake up the next morning and workout. Well, I'm not okay. I might as well. You know, I blew it. I blew the workout this morning. [00:14:27] I might as well get a bacon, egg, and cheese at Suffolk degrees or two of them. Well, I do want my breakfast sized back and let's just get dinner. I'll have a pizza. I'll start tomorrow. All of a sudden it's two weeks later, right. Have gained eight pounds and I'm sitting there what the hell just happened. [00:14:38] So, you know, was a great line from the movie war games where the computer realizes that line wards is the only winning. And for me very often, the only one who move is not to play, I have I heard another great quote, read something like the demons in my subconscious are too hard to be there for us simply [00:15:00] must not. [00:15:02] Izolda Trakhtenberg: Oh, both of those quotes are fantastic. Yeah. I love it. I loved it. First time I saw war games and heard Whopper say that, you know, interesting game, the only way you move is not to play. What's interesting. What was that? Yes, I, yes, exactly. Favorite and. Here's the thing. There are times when we're in situations where, you know, there are people with ADHD who are in jobs that they hate, or, or, you know, are doing the nine to five when, when they're not suited for it. [00:15:27] They're neuro-typical how, what is your, what is your guidance for someone who is, who perhaps hasn't gotten to the point where they want to be an entrepreneur or whether they want to start their own business or where they can be on their own? What do you tell someone who's in that nine to five, who might hate it is not well suited for it because of some of the neuro-typical situations in their lives. [00:15:47] What are your thoughts on that? [00:15:48] Peter Shankman: I think the first thing to understand is that I'm there. I would never judge anyone on what's a job they're doing or how they're living their life. Is, are they happy if they're not going to have the, to change that? You know, there are people, I, you have these, you have these [00:16:00] sort of entrepreneur gurus. [00:16:03] I can't stand it. You know, if you're not happy, you hate your job. You should quit go out on your own, you know? And if you have to work 22 hours a day, so you just told someone to, you know, give them some of the recipe to kill themselves. That's not recommended. Right. Right. So I'm not going to say, oh, you're a miserable job. [00:16:16] Quit. We don't have that opportunity. Right. And, and it's, it's really privileged to mustard. Everyone can do that. So I don't think that way, but I do have everything is that if you understand that you are not happy where you are, you have to start making the correct arrangements so that at some point down the road, You can quit so that you can change your life so that you do, you know, at the end of the day, if you don't like where you are, you can move. [00:16:44] Cause you're not a tree, but sometimes that takes time and that's fine. But the only thing I have a problem with is, is if you're spending a few hours of free time every day, not making arrangements to change down the road, but rather bitching [00:17:00] about your situation, then I kind of. Because you have the opportunity to at least start the process, right? [00:17:08] So if you're miserable and where you are look to things and don't just look for a new job, because it's better than your old job, look for something that will truly make you happy and then work backwards and figure out how to get there. Again, it's not easy. I don't expect you to do it tomorrow, but it is doable. [00:17:21] I didn't become an entrepreneur until I realized I could. I didn't think that's what you did. Both of my parents were teachers. I didn't know anyone was entrepreneur. I figured you worked for someone else. You've worked 40 years. Got a gold watch and retire. I got laid off from America online and my first job out of college and sit in the parking lot, went what the hell just happened? [00:17:38] And I realized I'm going to try it. I'm going to go out on my own. I know how to do PR. I learned from me, well, I'm gonna try it without what's. The worst can happen when it, I literally said when it fails, I'll get a job. Not if it fails when it fails, I'll get a job. It's been 98 to almost oh eight, 18 and almost 24 years later. [00:17:53] And I haven't had good job. So I've been incredibly lucky. That being said there been incredible highs, incredible lows. [00:18:00] But yeah, if you're miserable where you are, figure out what you can do and how you can improve your current situation to get to where you want to be. [00:18:12] Izolda Trakhtenberg: That makes a lot of sense. I I'm going to, I'm doing rapid fire because I know we don't have that much time. [00:18:17] I would love to know from you, you talk about in faster than normal, your fabulous book. You talk about how your body, and I don't know if it's actually all ADHD people, but you say that your body does not produce enough dopamine, serotonin and adrenaline. And I'm wondering how those. Okay. So how does that, how does that relate? [00:18:36] What, what is, what is, what does that do for you and how do you address that issue? [00:18:41] Peter Shankman: So a combination of domains, serotonin adrenaline allows you to focus. It allows you to sit down and do the things that you don't necessarily love to do. So I'll give you an example. In school. I was the class clown, and I would get in trouble for me in the class. [00:18:54] Clown. Why was the class well in the subjects that I loved English. [00:19:00] In social studies. I was never the class clown. I paid attention like the greatest dude in the world, in math, in science and things I wasn't good at. I was the class clown. What I realized 30 years later is why I was making jokes and cracking up and cracking jokes and cracking wise because when I made a joke and other students laughed, they laughed at something I did, which actually gave me a dopamine hit. [00:19:23] And all of a sudden I could focus. Of course I was getting in trouble. But I was actually, if you look at it, the big picture I was getting in trouble because I wanted to learn now I've since learned better ways to get my domain, get my adrenaline and get missing and turn it into meetings with bad jokes. [00:19:41] But the logic is sound right. It is the same thing. You know, we all know every single one of us, there's not a person in the world who understand, who doesn't understand that texting while driving is dangerous and will kill you. Here's how so many people still do it. Why? Because every time we hear a text, [00:20:00] every time we see a message, every time we get a tweet or reply, whatever our brain actually releases domain it's addiction. [00:20:09] So no different, if don't mean, it gives us that focus chemical and that ability to be happy then. Yeah. Obviously you're going to want it and you're going to look for it. So the key for kids today in school, we now understand how to find a better way to get it. I've spoken to schools where they've installed something called bouncy bands. [00:20:27] They're these little bands that sit on the, on the legs of the chair and the kids can bounce their legs without making any noise. And just that gives them some adrenaline kids are allowed to get up, go to the back of the room, right, hang out and and just, you know, work, standing up whatever little things more recess, less carbs at, at, at lunch things. [00:20:44] Izolda Trakhtenberg: You know, what's interesting about what you just said. It bringing up education in my mind, the whole, the whole education system. If I were queen, I would redo it because sitting kids who have such incredible amounts of energy down for so many hours a day, I think is a mistake. [00:21:00] I worked at NASA as an educator for many years and I watched it happen. [00:21:02] I watched kids be bored and they weren't, it wasn't necessarily that they were ADHD. Necessarily, I don't know what their diagnoses, and I know you don't like that word what their, what their state was, but at the same time, I think so many children have trouble with that. And so if, if we, if you were king and I were queen, what would we do? [00:21:21] How would we address kids today? And the education system to help them learn better in ways that work for them, whether they're neuro-typical. [00:21:31] Peter Shankman: Well, you have to, I mean, it's tough because you know, one teacher, 30 kids, you can't make three different ways of learning, but what you can do is you can level the playing field in your, in your favor, right? [00:21:40] So you can create you can create Situations where kids don't come in as entirely high energy. Right? So the premise of the kid wakes up instead of the kid waking up eating two bowls of chocolate, frosted sugar bombs, and sitting in front of television for 45 minutes at school, wake up, have a couple of hard boiled eggs, have some protein.[00:22:00] [00:22:00] Walk to school run around for 45 minutes, go to the school. You've got, you know, have a zero period class that's recess, let the kids work out exercise first, then bring them into school. They did a study in Texas with a school district in Texas, where they did exactly that they, they gave them 90 minutes of recess a day as opposed to 20. [00:22:16] And they upped they, they changed the carb. They dropped carbs in breakfast and lunch by 70% and upped protein by 50% like that. And they saw a 29% decrease. ADHD outbursts in boys and 20, not a 24% increase in girls getting involved in the class discussion. Those are huge numbers. They really are. [00:22:36] Right. So it's those little tiny things that you can do that really do make a huge change. [00:22:41] Izolda Trakhtenberg: Fascinating. I did not know about that study. I'm going to have to go look it up and I'm gonna swing it right back to you and ask you about something you said in, in your book. Again, you said that skydiving, which you are a master skydiver, which I think is great. [00:22:54] It gives you a productivity high. I would love to hear from you. What about a dive? I've been skydiving [00:23:00] once I loved it and I want to do it again, but what about it is your rush? What, what is the productivity high? That's kind of. Well [00:23:07] Peter Shankman: don't mean you're basically jumping on a plane, you're doing something. [00:23:10] Every single molecule or brain says dumb ass. You don't need to do this. The plane can land. And you're literally fighting against that. The second you enter the atmosphere. Second, you jump out of the plane. You're in, you're in air. You're in freefall, your body. You have two choices. I can open my parachute live, or I cannot have my parachute and die. [00:23:23] That's it. There are no other options. It is the most free you'll ever get. And when that parachute opens and you've quote unquote to fight death, I hate that term. But when you, when, when the parachute opens and you've slowed down and the world comes back into focus and you know, your hearing comes back and it's no longer just the wind and, you know, you. [00:23:41] You have this feeling of euphoria and that is all the domain serotonin and adrenaline firing at once. And so I, and that just doesn't go away. That needs to dissipate over time. So I will drop my parish. I will, I will land, I'll put a parachute full, you know gathered up, throw it in the corner of the, of the, of the, of the hanger, pull out my laptop lean on the parachute and then, you know, write 10, 20,000 words in [00:24:00] an hour, right? [00:24:00] Because I'm so high with, I double triple, quadruple the amount of those chemicals in my brain, that focus is. The easiest thing in the world and I'll do it and I'll get it done. And it's interesting because I was dating a woman once years ago, 20 years ago, it was a PhD candidate or double PhD, something way too smart for me, we should not have been dating. [00:24:21] And one of the things she was doing was like, she got paid the government, she got government grants to FICO, came to rats to learn about addiction and pathways and things like that. And, and I'm like, so you get free cocaine. She's like, yeah, let's just table that discussion right now. But the point was. [00:24:34] She took my blood once and she said, I want to, I want to take your blood and see how you are after a jump. And she goes, yeah, yeah. It just comes back a week later. She's like, yeah, you're basically half a molecule off from being a full, a full on cocaine addict. I'm like, I don't do cocaine. She's like, no, it's the same exact chemistry. [00:24:47] I'm like, huh? I'm like, so instead of if I need to focus, I just to go to cocaine, she goes, Peter, you're really not listening. But the premise was that I was getting that same high, but the difference was I was getting it naturally. When you do [00:25:00] cocaine, as I actually taught me The brain fires all those those receptors at once. [00:25:05] Because it doesn't understand what's going on. When you're skydiving, even though you need all those receptors to just keep you alive, the brain is still smart enough to keep some in reserve. It's why after I finished skydiving and finished writing 20,000 words, I could still drive home. I don't know crap. [00:25:22] I don't need to immediately do it again. Right. My body is able to process that keeps on the don't mean for later we turned some of the serotonin things like that, as opposed to illegal drugs, which are, you know, drugs period, which, which don't do that. They just, oh, send it all. Okay. Now you're empty. Right? [00:25:35] It's the equivalent of, of, of being in a helicopter and having 10, 10 minutes of reserve fuel in case in times of war. So, you know, your body is very smart that way, and if you can figure out how to adapt it for me, it's skydiving or running or exercising or public speaking, you know, my. Knows me so well that when I do a corporate keynote, she will attempt to get me back in my seat, on the airplane home within two hours of my coming off the stage, [00:26:00] because that's around the time that I, that I started to come down from the high. [00:26:03] Right. And if she times it well, and there are no delays, I will sit down that plane and I will fall asleep until we get home. And it's the greatest feeling in the world. It's the deepest sleep I'll ever get. [00:26:12] Izolda Trakhtenberg: I it's great to have someone that knows you so well. And that actually brings me to my next question. [00:26:17] Are you one of those people who you're able to start the project and then see it through, or do you get into what my husband and I call shiny, pretty producing things syndrome and go, oh, the next thing squirrel. And then you move on and if so, what kind of support do you have or need to stay on track? [00:26:33] Yeah, [00:26:33] Peter Shankman: it's a dos attention deficit. Ooh, shiny. I have, what I have is a very, very, very powerful calendar. There is not 20 minutes out of my day that is not scheduled. It was brutal during the beginning of COVID. All my keynotes, which went virtual. I had a keynote in Stockholm. Okay. Well, I know I'm taking most of my day to fly there. [00:26:51] I'm going to sleep. I'm waking up the next morning. I'm speaking, I'm spending the day there next morning. I'm flying back home. That's three full days, right? That's 14 hours on a plane and round trip. That is [00:27:00] a. You know, a lot of scheduled time where I can right now that same keynote that would the 45 minute keynote that we want to take three days. [00:27:06] Now it takes about 45 minutes. So I'll do it at 4:00 PM or 7:00 AM or whatever on a, on a Tuesday at my apartment. And I've done it 7 45. I've just done all my work for the week. And I'm like, okay, well, got a lot of free time. Huh? I can start another company or maybe try meth, you know, it's like, yeah. So one of the things I realized, right, beginning of COVID is I have to schedule shit. [00:27:30] Doesn't matter if I have nothing to do, I'm going to schedule something to do. So I spent a lot of time. I bought kettlebells, I've gained 16 pounds of muscle in the past two 14 months, because what the hell else I'm gonna do? Right. But I made sure that my schedule was full and. You know, it's again, it's putting these rules in the plate. [00:27:46] I don't allow myself to ever say, oh, watch it on Netflix. No, the only time I allow myself to watch Netflix or Hulu is when I'm on the bike. Because if I allow myself to do it once I will watch Netflix and Hulu every day and that's it, I will never get anything done. So I only allow myself to do it when I'm working out, because I know I can't do that [00:28:00] forever. [00:28:00] So it has to be about putting these rules into place. Same reason I don't same reason they don't you know, that I have, I have two sides in my closet and they're labeled, right. I wake up in the morning. Okay. Am I on the road today? Am I speaking somewhere? Am I on TV? No. Okay. T-shirt and jeans. Oh, am I traveling? [00:28:16] Am I, am I, or am I, am I speaking somebody? Okay, great button down. Shirt, jacket, jeans. That's it. My sweaters, my best, my scarves, all that stuff. It's in my daughter's closet. So I have to see it because God's been ahead of look at the stuff. Oh my God. What should I wear? I know, I remember that sweater. [00:28:27] I'm like Largan. That's what I wonder how she's doing. I should look her up, you know, it's it's three hours later. I'm naked the living room on Facebook. I haven't left the house. [00:28:35] Izolda Trakhtenberg: Oh, it's like your it's like I'm living with you instead of that's when that's exactly. It's exactly how he does things. And, and it's interesting because that notion of decision-making. [00:28:47] What you, it sounds like you have developed specific processes to, to address the fact that you have sometimes issues, either making decisions or getting onto the next thing. Do [00:29:00] you detail them somewhere? Are there places where if someone goes, okay, I want to know how Peter Shankman does it, where can someone go if they are interested in finding out more about your process and how you've managed to make ADHD [00:29:12] Peter Shankman: or superpower? [00:29:13] So I occasionally. Now for halibut coaching. I have a site for that called shank minds.com/adhd coaching. Love coaching. I'm not, I don't call myself a coach, but I occasionally help people. I talk about this stuff all the time on at shankman.com. I talk about it on any of my social channels all the time, which is at Peter Shankman and all the channels. [00:29:32] I encourage people to email me. You are welcome to, to reach out if you want to go for a run or, you know, the only thing I will not do is sit down with you for a meeting, but you want to go for a walk and talk. You wanna do an Aaron Sorkin style Westwind meeting. We walk 25 blocks and you know, never stopped. [00:29:44] I'm happy to do that. I I'm always, you know, what I used to do when I'd go to the airport is if you really want me bad enough, you will take a ride to the airport with me. Right. We'll take New Jersey transit from the city to, to the airport. And you'll have me for about 40 minutes. Talk about what you want. [00:29:57] Right. And, and you'd be amazed how many people would do that. So yeah, for me, [00:30:00] it was really about about Knowing what works for me, understanding that it might not work for everyone else, but happy being happy to share what I do. [00:30:11] Izolda Trakhtenberg: I love that. And I'm so grateful that you said that because I'm at some point going to take you up on that. [00:30:15] I won't, I won't run, but I'll walk. So I have just a couple more questions if that's okay. I wanted to ask you about new ideas. They come to you fast and furious. Where from what does your brain do differently in that way? And how do you file them? Or do you just remember the. [00:30:32] Peter Shankman: I write them down. I write everything down. [00:30:33] When I run, when I exercise, I use my apple watch. They make, they make notes. They make memos. This morning on, on, on the Peloton at 4:00 AM, I came up with two video ideas. I put them both on this to remind me in three hours to try this or that, you know, as long as it's written down somewhere, I can then translate it three hours later. [00:30:47] When it reminds me I could transfer it to a Google spreadsheet or whatever. And I'm able to, to keep this on when I need to do okay. I gotta write, gotta create something this weekend went, oh, look, all this stuff I have. Right. So, so. Everything because you know, some of the greatest lies in [00:31:00] the world you know oh, I'm only five minutes away is right. [00:31:03] You know, those great, great lies the checks in the mail. And I'll remember it when I wake up. [00:31:08] Izolda Trakhtenberg: Oh, absolutely. I never do. And I keep, I do keep a journal right by my bedside so that I can write first thing in the morning. That is so important to me as someone I don't have ADHD or add, but I do forget, and I get lots of ideas. [00:31:20] So I think I'm so glad that you said that about writing everything down. I think it's such a fantastic way of, of making sure that the things that you think are important, actually get down and kept. And kept as important. I I'm so grateful. I know this has been fast and furious. I am so grateful that you took the time to join me on the show. [00:31:39] And I'm going to put everything in the show notes as far as where people can find you. And I have just one last question that I ask everybody who comes on the show. And it's a strange little question, but I find it comes with some profound answers. And the question is this, and you as a skydiver will have a particular opinion on this, I think. [00:31:55] And that is this. If you had an airplane that could sky write anything for the whole world to see. [00:32:00] What would you say, [00:32:08] Peter Shankman: love yourself? [00:32:11] Izolda Trakhtenberg: That's beautiful. Thank you, Peter. I really appreciate it. I appreciate you being on the show. Thank you so much. My pleasure. This is all the Trakhtenberg for the innovative mindset podcast. I'm super grateful that you joined us. This has been a fabulous, I'll be a quick conversation with Peter Shankman. [00:32:26] Maybe we'll be able to get him back on the show again, to talk even further about the ADHD brain and how you can use it to innovate and create and be creative until next time I remind you to listen, learn, laugh, and love a whole lot. [00:32:43] Thanks so much for joining me today. I really appreciate you being here. Please subscribe to the podcast if you're new and if you like what you're hearing, please review it and rate it and let other people know. And if you'd like to be a sponsor of the show, I'd love to meet you on [00:33:00] patrion.com/innovative mindset. [00:33:01] I also have lots of exclusive goodies to share just with the show supporters. Today's episode was produced by Izolda Trakhtenberg and his copyright 2021 as always. Please remember, this is for educational and entertainment purposes. Only past performance does not guarantee future results, although we can always hope until next time, keep living in your innovative mindset. * I am a Brain.fm affiliate. 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We are back with a timely new episode, in which we discuss The West Wing's "Isaac & Ishamel", a Very Special episode released twenty years ago this week in the wake of the September 11th attacks. Join internet dumbasses Carolyn Main, David Bitzenhofer, and Austin as they tackle topics like religious fundamentalism, racism, and terrorism while doing their best not to get cancelled. Also, they talk about Aaron Sorkin's casual misogyny, Doctor Doom crying, and despite the episode being very clear about not doing this, how this episode fits into the larger West Wing continuity. So watch out for prehistoric terrorist fish, then download and listen here, rate & review us on iTunes or listen via Podbean, Stitcher, Google Play and Spotify! You can follow the show on Twitter, like our Facebook page, and email us via firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, be sure to listen to Carolyn's spinoff podcast, Pitch Please!, here, and buy the game here!http://media.averyspecialepisodepodcast.com/AVerySpecialEpisode114.mp3
Gambling is the theme this episode. Croupier (1998), stars Clive Owen as an aspiring writer who takes a job in a casino. Flashes of noir with an indie vibe. Both Matt and Adam thought it was a mixed bag and neither could figure out the film's most important scene. Aaron Sorkin's directorial debut, Molly's Game (2017), is based on a true story about an ex-world class athlete who runs high stake poker games in Los Angeles and New York City. Idris Elba is at his best as Molly's high priced attorney. Also, we learned Toby Maguire is a dick.Next, true crime with In Cold Blood (1967) and Alpha Dog (2006).Thanks for listening!Did we get something wrong? Have your own recommendations? Contact the show: email@example.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/24theRoadShow
Emma hosts Rafia Zakaria, weekly columnist at The Baffler, to discuss her recent book Against White Feminism: Notes on Disruption, on how feminist thought has been by the ideology of whiteness, allowing a feminism to surface that reinforces capitalism and the exploitation of women of color. Particularly focusing on the late 20th Century brand of girl boss and “lean in” feminism, Emma and Rafia dive into how “trickle-down feminism” acts to center platforms, policies, and ideas generated by and for white women, while silencing women of color as the white saviors know best. Rafia then dives into the important tradition of feminist critiques of race in the US, from Audre Lorde to Kimberle Crenshaw, that helped build the space for feminisms like hers, that critique whiteness and capitalism, also exploring what the absence of this space looks like, as we see in the UK's feminist tradition. They move onto a discussion of how the coverage and response to the withdrawal from Afghanistan have emphasized the problems of white feminism, as Zakaria reflects on the US' first (supposedly) “feminist” war and the divide between the wishes of the feminist leaders in the ear of the White House and the women actually on the ground in Afghanistan, and how this “feminist” war served to reinforce and inflame the gender apartheid in the region and drastically impact the well being and livelihood of countless women. After touching on the historical elements of white feminism, working back to the suffrage movement in the early 20th Century and the frequent attempts to exclude women of color from both the fight and the rights, she and Emma look at the state of white feminism today, and how it works to undermine, silence, and condescend to women of color while bolstering the savior complexes of white folks, and why the development of feminisms such as Black feminism and Islamic feminism serve to strengthen feminism and help it grow in strength and numbers. Emma also continues her coverage of Biden's crumbling agenda as the bipartisan vote looms with Pelosi and Schumer backing all the way down to a “public declaration” on reconciliation from Manchin, after months of him double backing on his previous public statements. And in the Fun Half: Brandon and Emma join Matt as he reflects on his debate with Michael Tracey and what his base gives away about him, while Hayden from Dallas brings his own perspective on Tracey's chat, and they admire the CBS Original “United States of Al” as it carries Aaron Sorkin's torch of “the white savior's wet-dream” political programming. Dave Rubin and Mayor Bronson of Anchorage remind us of the true morals of the Holocaust, from Greta “Adolf” Thunberg the authoritarian threat to taking “never again” to heart when it comes to masks, Jack from Birmingham talks about the international spread of US radical right culture and polarization, and Candace Owens and Greg Gutfeld take on the left's lack of compassion in wanting to house the houseless, plus, your calls and IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. 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Sarah Price @LADreamr is a long time Aaron Sorkin fan who joins Jesse so that they an pick their top Musical Moments in Aaron Sorkin's work. So put away your secret plan to fight inflation & grab your favorite cheese grater & lets see what kind of day has it been.
Moneyball | Brad Pitt | Jonah Hill | Philip Seymour Hoffman | Robin Wright | Chris Pratt |  Moneyball is a 2011 American biographical film directed by Bennett Miller and written by Steven Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin. Columbia Pictures bought the rights to Lewis's book in 2004 by Michael Lewis, an account of the Oakland Athletics baseball team's 2002 season and their general manager Billy Beane's attempts to assemble a competitive team of undervalued talent by taking a sophisticated sabermetric approach to scouting and analyzing players. Moneyball was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor for Brad Pitt, and Best Supporting Actor for Jonah Hill. Moneyball grossed $19.5M in its opening weekend, $75.6M in the US and Canada, and $34.6M worldwide total of $110.2M, against a production budget of $50M. #Moneyball #BradPitt #JonaHill #PhillipSeymourHoffman #ChrisPratt #RobinWright #BennettMiller #StevenZaillian #AaronSorkin #MichaelLewis #ColumbiaPictures #OaklandAthletic #BillyBeane #AcademyAwardNominee #BestPictureNominee #BestAdaptedScreenplayNominee #BestActorNominee #BestSupportingActor #Moneyball2011 #MovieByte #MovieBytePodcast #MoviePodcast --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moviebytepod... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movie.byte/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/byte_movie Podcast: https://anchor.fm/moviebyte A Just Chillin' Entertainment original production Follow Them: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/justchillinent Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justchillin... Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustChillingEn1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Podcast is a critique of the movie which falls within "fair use" under Section 107 of the US Copyright Act of 1976. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We welcomed the hosts of The Memory Jar Podcast, David P. and Christian W., to the ILYM HQ for a special, crossover podcast bonanza. David and Christian dazzled Mike, Zach, Tor and Micah (Belly) with their knowledge of MTG history, lore and minutia; we learned about the origins of The Memory Jar Podcast*; Micah got valuable feedback from David on his Sopranos Secret Layer and Tony Sarkhano project; the whole gang talked spooky MTG cards; last but not least, Tor and Mike battled David and Christian in Podcast Feud! for ultimate glory and some ILYM tokens. Spooky Cards Nightmare's Thirst - Igor Kieryluk (referencing “The Nightmare” by Henry Fuseli) Fleshtaker - Kev Walker* Tombstone Stairwell - Dom! Abyssal horror - rk post Rising Waters - Scott M. Fischer Mutilate - Eric Peterson Chainer's Torment - Vincent Proce Mind Maggots - Ron Spencer Other Media Discussed John Carpenter's The Thing (1982) Joe Dante's Gremlins II (1990) Aaron Sorkin's The West Wing - don't watch this show Ridley Scott's Alien (1979) - don't watch this movie if you're a small child Corrections "Christian said we got our idea from the Deadspin thing 'let's remember some guys,' but that's not true. The order is mixed up. We learned about that after we had started, which is why we changed the name from 'let's remember some cards.' I'd like to think they ripped US off (they did not)" -DP Kev Walker did not illustrate Auspicious Starrix Plugs Follow The Memory Jar Podcast!!! It's an awesome podcast and David and Christian were so fun to hang out with. Plug and Play Gaming Cafe in Queens, NY Labrynth Puzzles and Games in Washington DC Card Conjurer by Kyle Burton ILYM Plugs The third "I Love You, Mana - Live!" show is happening on Oct 9th @ 8PM at Sisyphus Brewing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Buy tickets now! IG: https://www.instagram.com/Iloveyoumana/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ILoveYouMana Discord: https://discord.gg/VeVs3g2 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/iloveyoumanatv Intro Music: DustyMoon Editing: Micah/Belly
Celebrities, The Mob, drugs, and a lot of drama. You'd be forgiven for thinking Hollywood box office hit Molly's Game was a work of fiction, but the high stakes saga was the real life of Molly Bloom, the most wanted woman in Hollywood, who hosted the hottest underground poker tournaments every celeb was dying to get into.Connect with business mentors like Molly at https://www.lisnic.com/Nick and Lisa go under the covers with Molly to find out how she went from Olympic hopefully, to getting threatened by the Mob and arrested by the FBI.Connect with Molly:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/molly-bloom-18755b162/Twitter: https://www.instagram.com/immollybloom/?hl=enInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/immollybloom/?hl=en__________________________________________________________________________Lisnic helps you find the perfect Business and Mind mentor in minutes. Just list your job and Mentors from around the world can bid. All sessions are conducted via video conference through our secure platform, so you can now upskill and change your life anytime, anywhere.Lisnic Website: https://www.lisnic.com/If you want to know more information on the founders of Lisnic, head to their LinkedIn accounts:https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickbelle...https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisateh/If you are curious about what is going on inside Lisnic and want some updates, follow their Instagram account.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/lisniclearningIf you want some head-ups on what awaits and what is new on Lisnic, you should like and follow their Facebook account.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisniclearning/Check out Nick and Lisa on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/c/lisniclearningTo get 10% off our Lisnic book edit, visit this link and use code LISNIC10: https://www.booktopia.com.au/books-online/lisnic-under-the-covers/l100583-p1.html
When times are tough, and you can't take any more bad news, you turn to a “feel-good movie.” This week's film is the best political feel-good movie NOT written by Aaron Sorkin. Dave is PG-13 and was released May 7, 1993. The film star Kevin Kline as Dave/President Mitchell, Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Mitchell, Frank Langella as Bob Alexander, Kevin Dunn Alan Reed, Ving Rhames as Duane Stevenson, Ben Kingsley as Vice-President Nance, and Charles Grodin as Murray Blum. Hosts: Daniel Levain, Ian Sweetman, and Eric Sweetman. Subscribe thru: Apple Podcast Google Podcast Spotify Or your search for the show on your favorite podcasting software.
In 2008, two comedies inspired by the backstage machinations of 'Saturday Night Live' were poised to air on NBC. One appeared to have a great advantage: Aaron Sorkin, the writer behind 'Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip' who had just finished a successful stint bringing the White House to life on 'The West Wing.' The dark horse, that seemed unlikely to get past the starting block, was '30 Rock,' a quirky comedy series starring and penned by Tina Fey, the former 'SNL' head writer who had never before written a pilot script. 'Studio 60,' however, missed one key trait: actual humor. So while Sorkin scored all of the pre-season headlines, the drama was canned after one season, and '30 Rock' went on to live for eight seasons, its quotes living in infamy. And, in our latest episode, Allison and Kate explore the history behind the NBC series, how it almost looked completely different, and why it won. So grab your night cheese and enjoy our latest episode!
One of the defining films of the screwball comedy genre, His Girl Friday was released to an indifferent audience in 1940. However, because Columbia failed to renew its copyright, the film lapsed into the public domain and steadily grew an appreciative cult audience due to constant broadcasts on TV stations in need of cheap timeslot filler. It's now considered one of the strongest films produced during the Golden Age of Hollywood and is a core entry in the filmographies of director Howard Hawks and co-leads Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell. Ryan is joined by Rachel for a discussion about how His Girl Friday plays into the history and evolution of romcoms. One talking point is how the movie's cheeky, rapid-fire badinage has influenced everything from Quentin Tarantino to Aaron Sorkin to the Marvel movies. Other things brought up include Cary Grant's ad-libs, how the script dances around the restrictions of the Hays Code, the story's approach to political corruption, how Hildy's gender altered (and didn't alter) the movie's plot, the film's oddly-buried racial subtext, and how His Girl Friday playfully nods to its thematic roots in Shakespeare and Austen. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-valentine3/support
One of our aces, Dave Landau (Louder with Crowder and formerly of Compound Media), returns to target the critically acclaimed story of Mark Zuckerberg in, "The Social Network." Why does Dave loathe that story? Well, we can't spoil it here, you goofballs! Let's just say Dave is no fan of Aaron Sorkin. Do @KevinGootee and @KevinIsrael_NJ tolerate Jesse Eisenberg for just this film as well as watered down Spiderman Andrew Garfield? Don't forget, you can find us on all podcasts platforms: apple iTunes, Spotify, google, spreaker, stitcher, iheartradio, castbox. You name it and we're on it! And you can also see our handsome yet smug faces on Youtube as well. https://guttingthesacredcow.com/where-to-listen-see-us/ Hello to our new friends! We love it when you click "subscribe", like us on social media, and most importantly when you tell your friends/family about our podcast. Looking to sell your product, advertise your services, or raise brand awareness? We'd love to help you and we can be reached at email@example.comThank you ALL for continually shouting us out on social media, we love when you do that as well as leave us those 5 star rating and 2-3 sentence reviews. Guttingthesacredcow.com is where you find us every day giving YOU those movie quotes, movies news, THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN, and more! We're at Patreon now: patreon.com/guttingthesacredcow so if you're feeling so inclined to throw a few bucks in the bucket, we'd love you long time. Social media for the gang: @KevinGootee on Twitter, FB, IG. www.kevingootee.com @kevinisrael_NJ on twitter, FB, @Kevin_israel_comedy on IG www.kevinisrael.com @landaudave on twitter and davelandau.com
It's a wild rollercoaster of an episode this week on Dad Movies as we tackle Rob Reiner's A Few Good Men. We talk about why Aaron Sorkin can't write women, JMB wishes he saw this before The West Wing, and we have a surprisingly somber conversation to close it out. If you enjoy the podcast please subscribe and like it or leave us a review on iTunes. Even if you listen on Spotify.
Announcing our line-up for Episode 19 — Chris' pick: from Netflix - the bafflingly true tale from Aaron Sorkin, The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020). Beau's response: the equally true and certainly stirring jewel of Australian New Wave cinema, Breaker Morant (1980).
Jordan and Brooke are joined by film writer Iana Murray to discuss 2010's masterclass in filmmaking, "The Social Network!" They unpack how this is secretly one of our best break-up movies, how great it is when talented people make films together, 2011 Oscars highs and lows, Andrew Garfield love, and the career of Jessica Chastain (for some reason).Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuadrant Follow Iana! https://twitter.com/ianamurray // https://www.letterboxd.com/ianamurray
Caleb Synan has never seen The West Wing, but he rewrote it and we read his script. Caleb is pretty sure he knows how an Aaron Sorkin script goes, and he lets us know. Kyle and Caleb are joined by Rebecca Steinberg and Sam Wiles! We hit up some fun Never Seen It games, including that stupid complicated justify-your-pick game, and more. Thank you for listening! Find us on twitter and instagram @neverseenitshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's episode is all about lifelong learning! While we're not going back to school ourselves, we talk about how we try to incorporate learning into our lives through the excitement of a new hobby, online classes, and non-fiction reading and listening. We also chat about our alternate life college majors, all of Becca's hobby love affairs, and Grace's tendency to fall down an information rabbit hole. We also hear from YOU about what you do to be lifelong learners! We hear from listeners blogging about women in history, becoming certified yoga teachers, finding out they have a passion for science, and more! We also catch up on what we did when Grace was in NYC and how our social batteries are LOW. Becca Radical Candor by Kim Scott on Management Rework by David Heinemeier Hansson and Jason Fried Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh Let My People Go Surfing by Yvon Chouinard Save the Cat by Blake Snyder Your Screenplay Sucks by William Akers Save the Cat Writes a Book by Jessica Brody Story Genius by Lisa Cron Monkeys with Typewriters by Scarlett Thomas Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott Grace Untamed by Glennon Doyle Daring Greatly by Brene Brown Quiet by Susan Cain Joyful by Ingrid Fettell Lee Obsessed by Emily Heyward The Third Door by Alex Banayan Some Masterclasses we love Kelly Wearstler, Robin Roberts, Bobbi Brown, Anna Wintour, Issa Rae, Shonda Rhimes, Aaron Sorkin, Judd Apatow. AFI 100 List What We're Reading: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab Instagram: @kleekai_luna @Madewithlovebytomdaley Obsessions: Whole Foods Mineral Waters Habit -- Daily Tracker August Book: Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé Sponsor: Rent The Runway - take 40% off 2-months of an 8-item plan with code BOP at renttherunway.com Olive & June - go to oliveandjune.com/BOP and use the code BOP for 20% off your first Manicure system Better Help - go to betterhelp.com/badonpaper and use the code for 10% off your first month Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more! Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily! Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.
This week The TV Boys sit down to discuss the TV Hall of Fame icon, Alan Alda. Whether acting in the role of Hawkeye or being himself on PBS he's always a fan favorite. *We had some audio issues this week, part of the growing pains of new tech, we should have things back to our normal perfect clarity next week.*
Senior Writer Joanna Robinson (Vanity Fair) joins us to deck the halls as we talk about the very first West Wing Christmas special, and tenth episode overall, IN EXCELSIS DEO.Phil takes some time to outline the insane social media/Emmys scandal that erupted around this episode, involving Aaron Sorkin and co-writer Rick Cleveland. Joanna recounts the dramatic rewrites that Cleveland's original script went through to protect Toby's character, and eventually lead to Schiff's only Emmy win for The West Wing. We also touch on the brief cameo from Lance Reddick, the buffoonery surrounding the Sam/Laurie storyline, and the show's pointedly unliberal way of dealing with the issue of hate crimes.Find Janna at: www.vanityfair.com/contributor/joanna-robinsonPatreon: patreon.com/podcastlikeits1989Twitter: twitter.com/podcastlikeitsInstagram: instagram.com/podcastlikeitsReddit: reddit.com/r/PodcastLikeIts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cowboy/Astronaut Jeff Bezos lives, Dan Wetzel live from Japan on the Olympics, HR Derby hero Dave Jauss joins us, Naomi Osaka v. Megyn Kelly, Elisa Jordana's mad at us, and signs you're old according to Millennials.Jeff Bezos proves that anybody with $205,000,000,000 can go to "space". Van Jones and Jose Andres somehow made money off the launch. MacKenzie Bezos is the true hero today for not getting in a rocket.Drew's former high school baseball teammate and the current Home Run Derby Champ (along with Pete Alonso), Dave Jauss, joins the show.Miguel Cabrera decided to hit baseballs and drive in runs again.Cade Cunningham visited Detroit and had a great time.Best wishes to Amy Andrews, who was injured on vacation. Her kid is now being raised by Jason Carr & Taryn Asher.White Boy Rick is suing the FBI and the Detroit Police.James Craig hasn't announced that he's running for Governor, but it sure seems like he's a candidate.Two remain in critical condition and four have died after attending the Faster Horses Festival.Would you let your kids go to Lollapalooza?We are so old according to Millennials. Drew comes strong with the most streamed songs from each year.Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are super low.The Olympics are in peril due to the pandemic leading to an increase in bets on them being cancelled.The View vs Sean Hannity.We break down who will and will not get the vaccine. Unvaccinated deaths get high praise online.Legionnaires' Disease is so hot right now.Elisa Jordana doesn't understand the show and got angry with us.Prince Harry is trying to tell people he's giving his book money to charity... not including the advance.Naomi Osaka and Megyn Kelly are fighting.Aaron Sorkin dumped Paulina Porizkova, but she's totally cool with it... for now.Mark Consuelos wants to bang Kelly Ripa SO BAD. He knows you want to bang her too.More details on the whirlwind marriage of Britney Spears and Jason Alexander.Dan Wetzel dials in live from Japan for exclusive Tokyo 2020 coverage.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
EPISODE 128 - PHEDON PAPAMICHAEL - Cinematographer Team Deakins speaks with cinematographer, Phedon Papamichael (TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7, FORD VS FERRARI, NEBRASKA). In this episode, Phedon shares his experiences working with James Mangold and Alexander Payne and we discuss what makes those relationships so successful. We learn that Phedon took up photography at a very early age and together we talk about his transition from stills to the moving image and shooting his first short film with one of John Cassavetes' cameras! Phedon tells us about his time shooting for Roger Corman's company and how free he was to experiment stylistically. Phedon talks about collaborating with Aaron Sorkin on their most recent film Trial of the Chicago 7 and the challenges of making a courtroom drama visually engaging. Phedon shares some great advice for young filmmakers, but you'll have to tune in to find out! Don't miss it!
On a special episode of Hell & High Water, John Heilemann revisits some his favorite interviews with guests from the entertainment industry, whose work was honored during this past awards season. Aaron Sorkin discusses the pandemic-related challenges of wrapping and releasing The Trial of the Chicago 7, for which he was nominated for an Oscar and won the Golden Globe for best original screenplay. Daveed Diggs, Ethan Hawke, and James McBride recount their collaboration on The Good Lord Bird, the Showtime limited series about the legendary abolitionist John Brown, for which Hawke was nominated for a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild award. And Academy Award-nominated screenwriters (and standup comics) Kenny and Keith Lucas describe the challenges of creating Judas and the Black Messiah, which tells the story of the assassination of Fred Hampton, the 21-year-old chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party, in 1969. To listen to the full episodes from which these highlights were drawn, you can download them here: https://therecount.com/podcasts/hell-and-high-water Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On a special episode of Hell & High Water, John Heilemann revisits some his favorite interviews with guests from the entertainment industry, whose work was honored during this past awards season. Aaron Sorkin discusses the pandemic-related challenges of wrapping and releasing The Trial of the Chicago 7, for which he was nominated for an Oscar and won the Golden Globe for best original screenplay. Daveed Diggs, Ethan Hawke, and James McBride recount their collaboration on The Good Lord Bird, the Showtime limited series about the legendary abolitionist John Brown, for which Hawke was nominated for a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild award. And Academy Award-nominated screenwriters (and standup comics) Kenny and Keith Lucas describe the challenges of creating Judas and the Black Messiah, which tells the story of the assassination of Fred Hampton, the 21-year-old chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party, in 1969.To listen to the full episodes from which these highlights were drawn, you can download them here: https://therecount.com/podcasts/hell-and-high-water Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#359: On today's episode we are joined by Molly Bloom. Molly Bloom is an American entrepreneur, speaker, and author of the 2014 memoir Molly's Game. She had trained for years to become an Olympic skier, but was injured while trying to qualify for the Olympics. What she did next would be made into a Hollywood movie directed by Aaron Sorkin and staring Jessica Chastain in which Molly heads up one of the largest underground poker rings ever established where celebrities and the worlds most powerful people would come to play. To connect with Molly Bloom click HERE To connect with Lauryn Evarts click HERE To connect with Michael Bosstick click HERE Read More on The Skinny Confidential HERE For Detailed Show Notes visit TSCPODCAST.COM To Call the Him & Her Hotline call: 1-833-SKINNYS (754-6697) This episode is brought to you by The Skinny Confidential The Hot Mess Ice Roller is here to help you contour, tighten, and de-puff your facial skin and It's paired alongside the Ice Queen Facial Oil which is packed with anti-oxidants that penetrates quickly to help hydrate, firm, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, leaving skin soft and supple. To check them out visit www.shopskinnyconfidential.com now. The episode is brought to you by Pete & Gerry's We know it can be difficult and confusing to choose the right eggs, but our sponsor Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs, takes the guesswork out of buying eggs with their best in class organic farming practices paired with the highest animal welfare standards. Right now Pete and Gerry’s is giving away a FREE dozen eggs to the first 100 listeners who go to www.peteandgerrys.com/SKINNY This episode is brought to you by Oshēn Salmon Oshēn Salmon was created for those who longed for their perfect protein match. One that was easy to prepare, packed with protein, and made us glow from within. Hello omega-3s! Ocean raised salmon has more than 1,500 mg of Omega-3 content which is double the Omega-3 contentus versus most wild salmon. To get your box of Oshen visit www.oshensalmon.com and use code SKINNY for 15% off plus free shipping. This episode is brought to you by Pique Tea Ever since I discovered Pique Tea, I’ve been obsessed. I now incorporate at least a cup of Pique into my daily routine and it’s really been increasing my productivity levels. Pique Teas are made from organic high quality tea leaves and ingredients sourced from around the world, delivering up to 12x more antioxidants than any ofor heavy metals, pesticides and toxic mold so you know you’re getting the best stuff. Use code “SKINNY” for 10% off piquetea.com. They rarely (if ever) have sales so you’d definitely want to check this out! P.S. This discount does not apply to their fermented pu’er due to their limited quantity.ther tea. What’s better is that they are all Triple Toxin Screened Produced by Dear Media