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The always delightful Steffi is here to discuss the visually gorgeous and highly enjoyable Crazy Rich Asians (2018). She brings literal receipts (ticket stubs) from when she saw the movie twice on opening weekend. Diana is happy to finally watch it, but a little disappointed to have missed the full experience in theaters. Give yourself the gift of more Steffi by subscribing to inn.my.humble.opinion on YouTube and Diva Dailies on your favorite podcast app, then follow on Instagram and Twitter. Rachel Chu is happy to accompany her longtime boyfriend, Nick, to his best friend's wedding in Singapore. She's also surprised to learn that Nick's family is extremely wealthy and he's considered one of the country's most eligible bachelors. Stars Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh, Gemma Chan, Lisa Lu, Awkwafina, and Ken Jeong. (from rottentomatoes.com and IMDb.com) Find other amazing podcasts by searching #ladypodsquad on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and all the social media platforms. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @HEAMCast, like us on Facebook @HappilyEverAftermath, and e-mail us at email@example.com.
As Jill is sipping sweet tea on a steamin' porch in Georgia this week, Carlene welcomes makeup artist to the stars, Kirin Bhatty, to guest host a Damn Goods episode dedicated to the desert-island beauty product on everyone's list: MASCARA! Kirin's talents have appeared in Vanity Fair, Elle, Marie Claire, Teen Vogue – and she also creates some of the most memorable red carpet looks for celebs like Tessa Thompson, Awkwafina and Kiernan Shipka. Remember Machine Gun Kelly's pearl embellishments for the VMA's last year? That was Kirin! Today, Kirin invites us to peer into her makeup trunk, revealing the best mascaras for every lash type, from short to straight to curly and sparse – along with her top tips to help troubleshoot common mascara dilemmas, like, how to avoid smudging when you're tryna rock glazed-donut skin! Stay tuned until the end to find out which hero products from AAPI beauty brands that Kirin personally adores, from a luxe-y serum-foundation to a gel eye cream that might just help keep some of those mascara smears at bay. But first, Jill makes a surprise pop-in with a piping hot review of the entire Euphoria-inspired makeup line, Half Magic, created by the hit show's makeup artist, Donni Davy. Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter. Join our private Facebook group, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302. For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our website: https://breakingbeautypodcast.com/episode-recaps/ *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.* PROMO CODES: When you support our sponsors, you support the creation of Breaking Beauty Podcast! PAIR EYEWEAR Get glasses as unique as you are. One pair, infinite style. Starting at just $60. Go to paireyewear.com/BEAUTY for 15% off your first purchase. Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya Produced by Dear Media Studio
A24 releases some of the best arthouse films today. Naturally, they're more than worthy of being the focus for another Double Edged Double Bill episode! First, an extremely obvious metaphor lurks in the shadows in It Comes At Night! Then, a family tries to hide the secret of their beloved matriarch's health from her in The Farewell! Together, our duo answers the crucial questions. Can a character's singular trait be dream sequences? How can Awkwafina avoid overexposure? Is that Taylor Kitsch or Garrett Hedlund? Which two films will they choose for next week's Tom Cruise episode? Well, take that burlap sack off your head and finish your crab so you can listen to find out! Subscribe to our Patreon for $1 a month to get bonus podcasts & polls to choose episode topics and films we cover! patreon.com/dedbpod Follow the show on Twitter @DEDBpod & Facebook as well as Thomas on Twitter! Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org! Subscribe and rate us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & Podbean! Our artwork is provided by the amazing Christian Thor Lally!
A24 releases some of the best arthouse films today. Naturally, they're more than worthy of being the focus for another Double Edged Double Bill episode! First, an extremely obvious metaphor lurks in the shadows in It Comes At Night! Then, a family tries to hide the secret of their beloved matriarch's health from her in The Farewell! Together, our duo answers the crucial questions. Can a character's singular trait be dream sequences? How can Awkwafina avoid over exposure? Is that Taylor Kitsch or Garrett Hedlund? Which two films will they choose for next week's Tom Cruise episode? Well, take that burlap sack off your head and finish your crab so you can listen to find out! Subscribe to our Patreon for $1 a month to get bonus podcasts & polls to choose episode topics and films we cover! Follow the show on Twitter @DEDBpod & Facebook as well as Thomas on Twitter! Send feedback to email@example.com! Subscribe and rate us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & Podbean! Our artwork is provided by the amazing Christian Thor Lally!
Hear ye! Hear ye! The event of all events: The Met Gala was here, and we need to take a step back and celebrate fashion's biggest night! Get our latest episode now! Never heard of the Met Gala? Ever been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City? Doesn't matter. All you need to know is that this is THE celebrity event of the year featuring the most outrageous costumes and looks curated by top designers, which raises money for the The Met's Costume Institute each year. If you want to see all the outfits? Please head over to Holly's Pinterest board and follow along! No matter your movie career, income bracket, or societal stature, it's the coolest of the cool kids that get to go. As exclusive as it is political, to be invited is somewhat equal to being invited to a ball hosted by royalty. You just don't say no. You show up, with bells on. Literally. The theme this year was centered around the “Gilded Age” in American Fashion, focusing on New York's elite in the last decades of the 19th Century, around 1870 to 1900. Think white ties, large hair with hats to match, opera gloves dresses to the floor, and very tightly nipped corsets galore. So, join Holly and Nolan this week to see who understood the assignment, and who forgot their homework. They have graded the papers, and the results are in: A+ Awards: Blake Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds were the co-chairs of this year's Gala. As such, Blake pulled off an epic dress reveal for her arrival on the Met steps, where gala assistants untied the bow of her shimmery rose gold strapless gown by Atelier Versace to reveal a bright blue-green train underneath. Her rose gold opera gloves also changed to blue-green, with her colors paying homage to New York City architecture, her crown paying homage to the Statue of Liberty, and the golden dress design symbolizing the Empire State Building. We. Are. Not. Worthy. Anna Wintour, the Queen of All Fashion, wore a colorful ensemble Chanel which featured a feather-embellished cape, and a long matching skirt that flowed down to the ground. Of course, her outfit was gorgeous, and she even swapped out her classic sunglasses for a TIARA– which she owns! But Nolan is just bored with her same dress profile year after year. Sarah Jessica Parker, as always, was our star student with extra credit and the teacher's pet. Her dramatic Christopher John Rodgers ball gown and exaggerated hat proved she understood the assignment again this year. Probably Nolan's favorite of the night was Bee Carrozzini Shaffer (Anna Wintour's daughter) in in a dramatic, lacy black Alexander McQueen gown. Elegant with a capital E! And Kaia Gerber in Alexander McQueen. She was straight out of a fairy tale. Holly has just become the president of the Winnie Harlow Fan Club. Winnie looked like an absolute angel. Like from heaven. She wore a whimsical white tulle creation by Iris Van Herpen with an amazing headpiece. No one does the Met Gala like Iris van Herpen. No. One. Michelle Yeoh: The epitome of GORGEOUS, and totally age appropriate, she wore a green upcycled silk-faille gown by Prabal Gurung. The piece featured a sharply draped bodice with an off-the-shoulder silhouette, complete with a sweeping skirt with a fluted hem. The elegant ensemble was finished with a dramatic matching cape. Amplifying the glamour of Yeoh's outfit was a show-stopping diamond and pearl Tasaki statement necklace — also designed by Gurung. Thank you, Madame! A++ Alicia Keys in Ralph Lauren. She looked BEYOND in a NYC skyline cape and gown. TO DIE FOR. Another love: Lizzo (and her flute!) in Thom Brown. That Coat! Nolan wants to wear it to Whole Foods. He wants to wear it to the bodega. He wants to wear it everywhere. It took 32,000 man hours to make that coat, and we are here to celebrate it! Awkwafina arrived in a custom Gucci salmon pink and multicolor tulle puff sleeve dress. Holly says she has never looked better! Cardi B. “Goes for the Gold” in Versace– and was very well dressed. Holly loves, not Nolan's thing. The gown was wrapped in Versace gold chains and coins. La La Anthony in an off-the-shoulder burgundy gown: What was the symbolism with her outfit? Holly didn't like it, Nolan said they may be more to the backstory, but these two just could not agree. And speaking of not agreeing, our hosts spend WAY too much time discussing Kacey Musgraves' floor-length Prada gown that featured jeweled embellishments and a low-cut bodice that was adorned with a bow. Musgraves completed her look with black satin gloves, an ostrich fan and plenty of jewels, including a stunning diamond necklace. Holly LOVED!! Who forgot to do to the homework? Billie Eilish opted for a pale green and cream Gucci corset gown, crystal-adorned black choker, and a messy-chic updo. Nolan thinks the color is terrible. And thinks it looks too prostitute-y. That being said, he thinks it is the best she has looked in a long time. She seemed confident what she was wearing. He liked that she was wearing something with a lot of shape and structure and still felt confident and it made him happy for her because he hopes that now she'll be a little bit more confident in herself. What did Holly think? “She looked like she was a madam and an 1800s whorehouse.” Allllrighty then! Kylie Jenner made Nolan want to run into oncoming traffic. It was just so bad, in so many ways. “It looks like a sad mix between the bride with no budget and bad taste. A 1950s nurse.” Just no. Except, it was so bad, it was good! It was so bad that it has it has sparked a million memes. They are hysterical and all over Instagram and that makes up for how bad that outfit was. It was insulting. NOTE: If you want to honor the late Virgil Abloh of OFF WHITE, you wear one of his great dresses. Not that trainwreck. Period. Camila Cabello in Atelier Prabal Gurung. Nolan says no to the dress. Holly says it looked like a confetti cake with skittles inside. Emma Stone wearing a white knee-length flapper-style dress by Louis Vuitton. Did she draw the Louis Vuitton short straw? Anderson.Paak – no bowl haircuts, please. Ever. Emma Corrin from the Crown in a Miu Miu oversized jacket and shorts with a top hat. Not elegant. Kourtney Kardashian in Thom Browne. She had no clue what the theme was and said so on national TV. RUDE. And the outfit she wore was completely wrong for her body type. Major FASHION CRIME!! And - what about the trend to have influencers invited to this prestigious event? Is it ok, or no? Nolan simply says: “Go Home.” Nolan had an interesting take on Shawn Mendes, that may or may not have anything to do with the Gilded Age or Met Gala, but he muses: How long are we pretending Shawn Mendes is straight? We mean…. Really. And OMG: Glenn Close in pink Valentino! We mean PINK! Wow, she killed it, AND got the assignment. Okay, we talked smack about just everybody. If you want to SEE all these outfits, head over to Holly's Pinterest board and you can judge for yourself. FASHION CRIMES PODCAST “The Best Fashion Friend You Never Knew You Needed” www.fashioncrimespodcast.com
In this episode, we are jumping into our private jet to discuss the modern day rom com classic, Crazy Rich Asians. We explore the varied ways that culture shock can present via classism, immigration status, assimilation, etc. We also, unfortunately, tear apart the ways that Nick does not show up as a partner for Rachel when it comes to managing the complicated social layers and norms of shifting from one culture to another.
My friend, Kathleen Sullivan, is back and so is everyone else for the sequel to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - aka Jumanji: The Next Level. Even Colin gets more screen time in this one, so you know it's a good time. Plus, there's a horse and Awkwafina. Listen to us discuss all the times Kevin Hart as Danny Glover made us laugh out loud. No "Call-in Colin" this week, but if you'd like to be a part of the next one, call (805) 622-9667 & Hanks for listening! Theme Music by Zach Olsen (@realzacholsen) Artwork by Matt Czap (@mattczap) — SHOW INFORMATIONInstagram: Instagram Twitter: Twitter Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Subscribe: Spotify
Chris and Taylor review the new Dreamworks animated film "The Bad Guys" written by Etan Cohen and directed by Pierre Perifel. Based on the children's book series by Aaron Blabey, a group of criminal animals get caught and pretend to reform themselves as a new villain has his own plans. The voice cast includes Sam Rockwell, Marc Maron, Awkwafina, Craig Robinson, Anthony Ramos, Alex Borstein, Richard Ayoade, Zazie Beetz and Lilly Singh.
The animated movie from DreamWorks The Bad Guys, tells the story about several reformed yet misunderstood criminal animals attempt to become good, with some disastrous results along the way. We have interviews with Sam Rockwell, Marc Maron, Awkwafina, Craig Robinson, Anthony Ramos, Richard Ayoade and we have movie clips from the movie.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew returns to discuss the 2021 film, Swan Song. The film stars Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Glenn Close, and Awkwafina in the near future that presents some interesting moral implications. "When a loving husband and father Cameron Turner is diagnosed with a terminal illness, he is presented with the option of sparing his family grief by having him replaced with a clone. Turner is torn about whether to discuss the option with his wife."
This week the #TruVuePodcast review #SwanSong. When a loving husband and father, #Cameron, played by #MahershalaAli, is diagnosed with a #terminal illness, he's presented with a #controversial alternative solution to shield his family from his loss - replace himself with a carbon copy clone. Stars: #MahershalaAli, #NaomieHarris, #Awkwafina, #GlennClose Subscribe to “TruVue Podcast” wherever you listen to podcasts and follow along on social media. We bring the barbershop to the box office. https://www.truvuepodcast.com Instagram @TruVuePodcast Facebook: @TruVue Podcast. Twitter @TruVue_ TruVueSocial@gmail.com
Daniel, Shahbaz, & Anthony review Pierre Perifel's THE BAD GUYS, based on the children's book series of the same name. The film is produced by DreamWorks Animation and stars the voices of Sam Rockwell, Marc Maron, Anthony Ramos, Craig Robinson and Awkwafina. The Bad Guys releases exclusively in theatres April 22, 2022 by Universal Pictures.Listen to The Movie Podcast review now on all podcast feeds and TheMoviePodcast.caContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgTHE MOVIE PODCAST MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE!After a lifetime of legendary heists, notorious criminals Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, Mr. Piranha, Mr. Shark and Ms. Tarantula are finally caught. To avoid a prison sentence, the animal outlaws must pull off their most challenging con yet -- becoming model citizens. Under the tutelage of their mentor, Professor Marmalade, the dubious gang sets out to fool the world that they're turning good.LISTEN NOWEpisode 138: Warner Bros. Discovery Planning DC Entertainment Overhaul, Prime Video Canada Event Recap, and Stranger Things Season 4 Trailer ReactionThe Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent ReviewThe Northman ReviewSonic Movie 2 ReviewEverything Everywhere All At Once ReviewEpisode 137: 2022 Oscar Recap and The Batman Deleted Joker SceneInterview with Academy Award Winning Director Domee Shi, Producer Lindsey Collins, and Actress Maitreyi Ramakrishnan of Pixar's Turning RedInterview with Mike Marino, Academy Award Nominated Prosthetic Makeup Designer (The Batman, The Weeknd, Coming 2 America, and more)FOLLOW USDaniel on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdShahbaz on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdAnthony on Twitter, Instagram, and LetterboxdThe Movie Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Discord, and YouTubeRATE US 5 STARS ON SPOTIFY AND APPLE PODCASTS!ABOUTThe Movie Podcast is one of Canada's top film and review podcasts. Every week you'll hear film lovers Daniel, Shahbaz, and Anthony discuss the biggest movie news, talk trailers, what's coming soon, ponder a unique topic of show, and speak to special guests from across the film industry. Catch a new episode of The Movie Podcast every Monday and watch out for Review episodes on all the latest movies and series.
On this episode, Michael gives everyone the 411 on why we've been producing so few episodes. We make a big announcement for the future of Crossing the Streams. We review Is It Cake? and Tony Hawk: Until the Wheels Fall Off for this week's Crossing the Streams. For current events, we discuss the upcoming live-action Barbie movie and review Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. For our main topic, we create a horror-comedy movie, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones, Timothee Chalamet, Pedro Pascal, Gerald Butler, Awkwafina, and Mads Mikkelsen, full of studio mandates to keep things interesting.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/jackofallnerds)
Welcome to our catch-up month, Pixie Dusters! April will feature two Disney Animation films, and two live action films before our Summer of Star Wars begins! Today, Ashley and Sammi are talking about Raya and the Last Dragon - which coincidentally stars a lovely lady who has a big connection to Star Wars: Kelly Marie Tran! She's joined by Awkwafina, who your favorite hosts love for her big personality that allows her to be both hilarious and poignant at just right the moments. Besides these two brilliant ladies, Raya features a full cast of Asian actors, which is a great improvement when compared to past animated features. Tune in to find out which host only watched this adventurous movie mere days before recording, and why exactly both Ashley and Sammi feel this is one of the best movies produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios.Don't forget to find Ashley and Sammi on TikTok and Instagram @pixiedusttwinspodcast!Simplify your next Disney vacation by contacting Magical Travel by Brian today at 716-983-2637. You can also reach out through our email at Brian@magicaltravel.com or on our Facebook or Instagram Messages. Remember without a travel agent you're on your own!You're tuned into a show from Limitless Broadcasting! Head over to Instagram @limitlessbroadcasting to check out our other shows! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LimitlessBroadcasting?fan_landing=true)
Dani Melia is an LA based producer. Her journey began with an internship at Big Beach where she eventually became an executive and worked on incredible films including Loving, Safety Not Guaranteed and The Kings of Summer. Dani developed and produced Lulu Wang's critically-acclaimed feature The Farewell starring Awkwafina, which went on to receive nominations for the Gotham Awards, Golden Globes and BAFTAs, and won two Film Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Picture. A beautiful bond was born and in 2021, she founded film and television production company Local Time alongside Lulu. They aim to champion emerging storytellers and focus on narrative possibilities that can open audiences to new perspectives in storytelling. Local Time has a first look TV deal at Amazon Studios. Dani is currently Executive Producing the Amazon drama series Expats, starring Nicole Kidman, based on the novel by Janice Y.K. Lee. A few takeaways from our chat include: Navigating risk and trusting your gut The magic of her partnership with Lulu Knowing when it's time to leave a job
She's worked on global hits including Shrek, and now the woman leading tech communications at DreamWorks Animation discusses the importance of data for wowing cinema audiences.Kate Swanborg, senior vice-president of technology communications and strategic alliances at the US movie giant founded by Steven Spielberg, says there has been a “leap forward” in computer graphics capabilities since the 2001 fairytale hit starring Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy.Now, similar films contain so much data that by the final cut, half a billion digital files need rendering.Kate says it's part of a revolution since characters had something of a “plasticky” finish in the early days of computer animation, to more a realistic - but data-heavy - appearance of fur and water effects.She also discusses why greater representation for women in the company's engineering and artist roles is crucial, and the importance of university partnerships to encourage more black filmmakers.Kate spoke to Tech & Science Daily ahead of the release of animation caper The Bad Guys, featuring a stellar cast including Sam Rockwell, Awkwafina and Richard Ayoade. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Review các phim ra rạp từ ngày 25/03/2022 MẾN GÁI MIỀN TÂY C18 Diễn viên: Võ Đăng Khoa, Ngọc Phước, Đại Nghĩa, Lê Giang, Anh Tú, Phạm Hoàng Nguyên,… Thể loại: Hài Bối cảnh câu chuyện diễn ra sau web drama 12 năm, khi cô và chồng là Nhớ (Hoàng Nguyên) đã cùng nhau vượt qua rất nhiều thử thách và có được cuộc sống hạnh phúc bên nhau. Nhưng chính lúc này, sóng gió lại nổi lên. Nhớ bắt đầu không chấp nhận được giới tính thật sự của vợ mình và có mối quan hệ với người con gái khác. THÀNH PHỐ MẤT TÍCH C13 Đạo diễn: Aaron Nee, Adam Nee Diễn viên: Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe, Brad Pitt, etc. Thể loại: Hài, Hành Động, Phiêu Lưu Một tác giả tiểu thuyết lãng mạn cùng người mẫu bìa sách của cô bị cuốn vào một âm mưu bắt cóc dẫn đến hành trình phiêu lưu bá đạo nơi rừng rậm. NHỮNG KẺ XẤU XA Đạo diễn: Pierre Perifel Diễn viên: Sam Rockwell, Awkwafina, Anthony Ramos, Marc Maron, etc Thể loại: Hài, Hoạt Hình Hành trình trở thành người tốt đầy gay cấn và nhiều tiếng cười của băng đảng những loài thú xấu xa. VẾT NỨT - ÁM HỒN TRONG TRANH C18 Đạo diễn: Top Surapong Plernsaeng Diễn viên: Nichkhun, Pat Chayanit Chansangav, Sahajak Boonthanakit,,… Thể loại: Kinh Dị Bộ phim kinh dị mở ra những câu chuyện kỳ lạ diễn ra sau khi một họa sĩ nổi tiếng tự tử NĂM, MƯỜI, MƯỜI LĂM C13 Đạo diễn: Adrian Garcia Bogliano Diễn viên: Liz Dieppa, Emilio Beltrán, Santiago Beltrán Thể loại: Kinh Dị Khi trò trốn tìm biến tướng thành cuộc truy đuổi rùng rợn của “bà ba bị”. Sofía là một vú nuôi trẻ tuổi vừa bắt đầu công việc trông trẻ trong một gia đình giàu có. Thế nhưng, cô không hề hay biết hai đứa nhóc nghịch ngợm đã vô tình mời gọi một thế lực tà ác đến “chơi cùng”. Vào một đêm cha mẹ lũ trẻ vắng nhà, họ phải đối mặt với nỗi kinh hoàng do ác quỷ mang tới. Lấy cảm hứng từ “bà ba bị” Mormo nổi tiếng trong văn hóa Hy Lạp và Mexico, Năm, Mười, Mười Lăm sẽ gây ám ảnh cho khán giả đến từ những trò chơi con trẻ biến tướng thành cuộc truy đuổi ghê rợn. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kim-thanh-duong/support
Popcorn Podcast interviews the A-list cast of new DreamWorks animation The Bad Guys! Join us for this special episode, as guest stars Awkwafina, Anthony Ramos, Craig Robinson and Marc Maron drop by to chat about the "Tarantino for kids" concept, who got the best lines and... that thing that looks like a butt.Watch Popcorn Podcast's full interviews with the stars of The Bad Guys here: https://youtu.be/HQJxS_x4NMsKnow someone who loves movies? Please share Popcorn Podcast with your friends.Visit popcornpodcast.com for more movie reviews, celebrity interviews and news.Popcorn Podcast interviews the biggest stars, including Hugh Jackman and more, on YouTube: Popcorn Podcast
Opulence is the theme of this episode of #TheOpenTabsPodcast as we cover Jon M Chu's 2018 film Crazy Rich Asians. We talk about it all from the casting to the setting and yes we even have our say on one Nora Lum aka Awkwafina. We hope you enjoy our take on this film and if you haven't seen it we encourage you to check it out. We think you'll be pleasantly suprised. As always we appreciate each and every one of you who takes the time to listen to us. We'll be back with an Oscar recap on our next episode!
THE BOYS PRESENTS: DIABOLICAL SERIES REVIEW Got a craving for superhero mayhem and Fresca can no longer calm your compound V Shakes? Now you can enjoy an assortment of animated shorts from the wild and wacky minds of renowned cartoonists. Featuring a different director for each episode with the writing talents of acclaimed comedians Awkwafina,… Read More »Screener Squad: The Boys Presents: Diabolical
THE BOYS PRESENTS: DIABOLICAL SERIES REVIEW Got a craving for superhero mayhem and Fresca can no longer calm your compound V Shakes? Now you can enjoy an assortment of animated shorts from the wild and wacky minds of renowned cartoonists. Featuring a different director for each episode with the writing talents of acclaimed comedians Awkwafina,… Read More »Screener Squad: The Boys Presents: Diabolical
Despite some technical difficulties, Zuhair and J Scotty welcome special guest Matthew Carroll of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to discuss the new animated anthology series from Amazon Prime, set in the world of the gritty and hyper violent world of The Boys!
Happy Wine Wednesday! We are back with a really fun discussion all about Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings ("Shang-Chi") with songwriter, YouTuber, and 90s nostalgia junkie, Rod Kim.In between Jocelyn being extremely thirsty for Simu Liu, we managed to have an in-depth conversation about the film. We share our prior exposure to the source material and touch a little on the Awkwafina of it all. Rod shares the significance of Shang-Chi and FINALLY having a Marvel film starring an Asian lead. We then shared the sh*t we loved about the film and the sh*t we didn't love about the film. Spoiler alert - there is VERY little that we did not love about Shang-Chi. Rod provides thoughtful, necessary insight on the importance of Shang-Chi telling the story from a very unique Asian-American perspective. Next up, we get into the Qs that needed some As. This includes our thoughts on the use of non-linear storytelling, a complete love fest for the amazing action sequences, and we explore whether Katey's heavy involvement in the film made sense. Shang-Chi is yet another entry into the MCU that highlights complicated family issues, so we discuss where the film lands among our favorite family ties caught on screen. We'd be remiss if we didn't touch on parallels between Shang-Chi and Black Panther, given that both films broke significant ground in being lead by a person of color. Both films also inserted a random White dude into the story, so we walk about Everett Ross and Trevor Slattery and whether their inclusion into these films made sense.Thanks to Shang-Chi, we have another amazing entry into the Marvel universe of superhero uniforms. We swoon over Shang-Chi's costume and talk about our other favorite MCU costumes. We then shift gears to talk about the film's MVPs and explore the replay value of Shang-Chi. Is this a film that is relegated to a Marvel marathon or is it one that you'd actually play when you're looking for something good to watch?We close out the main discussion by introducing Rod to his very first thirst segment. Following our sign-off, we have a quick discussion about the mid-credit and post-credit scenes. Friendly reminder - we drink, we know things, and we use adult language. Be sure to support Rod - you can find all of his links here. You can also check out his podcast, Cyclops is Waiting for Me here. And find Rod on YouTube here.Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @MoreWinePod! Send longer feedback to email@example.com. Be sure to check out our prior episodes on The Walking Dead, Teen Wolf, Euphoria, The Sopranos, Orphan Black, Big Sky, Manifest, Pose, Bob's Burgers, and Black Ass Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/morewinepod)
Another comedian takes a shot at Supes in The Boys Presents: Diabolical Episode 6 "BFFs" as Awkwafina writes this episode. The Boys Presents: Diabolical Episode 6 "BFFs" Synopsis Animation Style: Inspired by Korean drama and horror. Episode written by: Awkwafina Episode directed by: Madeleine Flores Short Synopsis: Farts and plops abound, the new girl Sky is bullied into buying drugs at her new school; but instead she finds herself with a vial of Compound V and shit powers. Episode Cast Sky/Areola/Turd voiced by Awkwafina Bree voiced by Nicole ByerThe Deep voiced by Chace CrawfordVought Rep/Tiffany voiced by Grey GriffinDrug Dealer voiced by Seth Rogen Feedback to TV Podcast Industries We'd love to hear about your favourite moments, any thoughts, theories and Easter Eggs that you see in the episodes that we might have missed. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with either an MP3 recording of your thoughts or an email for each episode. Subscribe to TV Podcast Industries If you want to keep up with us and all of our podcasts please subscribe to the podcast over at https://tvpodcastindustries.com where we will continue to podcast about multiple TV shows we hope you'll love. Next Time on The Boys Podcast Thanks so much for joining us for The Boys Presents Diabolical Episode 6 "BFFs". We'll be back later today with our podcast about episode 7 "Boyd in 3D". We're also covering Star Trek Picard on our main feed for TV Podcast Industries. https://open.spotify.com/show/5Tj8YKZpv28bezECt0hHwP?si=c61724f26b4b41a3 Derek, Chris and John TV Podcast Industries All images and audio clips are copyright of Prime Video and their respective copyright owners. No infringement is intended.
Another comedian takes a shot at Supes in The Boys Presents: Diabolical Episode 6 “BFFs” as Awkwafina writes this episode. The Boys Presents: Diabolical Episode 6 “BFFs” Synopsis Animation Style: Read More The post The Boys Presents: Diabolical Episode 6 “BFFs” appeared first on TV Podcast Industries.
The Hollywolves are back after a long hiatus. They'll be tackling some of the biggest stories and news in Entertainment. Also discussing their favorite shows coming in 2022. The Buzz: Whoopi Goldberg's Anti-Semitism/low ratings for The View, Evangeline Lilly's defends Nazi's in Canada, Awkwafina snags NAACP Nom/Fake Apology for blaccent, Janet Documentary/Super Bowl mishap to YouTube/Netflix pipeline; Kanye West discourse onlineUpcoming Movies- The Batman- Multiverse of Madness- Sonic 2 MovieUpcoming Tv Show- Upload 2- Moon Knight- Obi Wan Kenobi
Host Elias participated in a roundtable press junket interview with writer Simon Racioppa from 'The Boys Presents: Diabolical'. You can watch this interview on YouTube https://youtu.be/pCQbYnG_hn4 About THE BOYS PRESENTS: DIABOLICAL What do you get when you let some of the most maniacal minds in entertainment today write their own animated shorts set in the world of The Boys? You'd get The Boys Presents: Diabolical, an eight-episode animated anthology series that plunges elbow-deep into the unseen crevices of superhero violence audiences have devoured—and emerges with a fistful of insanity. The series features episodes from the brilliant and warped minds of Awkwafina, Garth Ennis, Eliot Glazer and Ilana Glazer, Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, Simon Racioppa, Justin Roiland and Ben Bayouth, Andy Samberg, and Aisha Tyler. From Homelander's first mission/mistake and a home for kids who didn't quite get the A-list superpowers, to Butcher and Hughie in the style of the original comics, The Boys Presents: Diabolical has something for everyone—everyone who enjoys blood-drenched but also shockingly emotional television. Have a question? Email us email@example.com Follow us on Social Media for the latest show updates www.twitter.com/themccpodcast www.instagram.com/themccpodcast www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com
We are back so soon! And, I think you might even be shocked with this episode! Why? CAUSE WE HAVE STRONG OPINIONS about not only how to pronounce the title of this film - but the film itself? Like, was the lead older than he should be? Did we not know Awkwafina was in this film? Is that how you spell her fake name?? WHO KNOWS! Listen to us talk about the martial arts and flying mythical beasts! LISTENNNNNNNNN!
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When the producer is away, the hosts will play! Ryan, Coryon and Ashley host a Johnathon-free episode that runs down Days of our Lives' inability to keep major plots secret, the cancelation of Hulu's Love, Victor, 2022 Oscar nominations and Awkwafina's non-apology apology for her infamous blaccent. Episodes of the TV Source podcast are available on iTunes, Spotify and Google Play. Join in on the conversation using #TVSPodcast on Twitter, comment below, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Awkwafina in a tight spot • How can this baby slap? • Drake is sad • Wordle • The Tinder Swindler, The Puppet Master and Cardi B • Yellowstone (8/10) • Watch out for killer drones Yasin & Syed are the hosts of the weekly Crash & Flow podcast. They talk about stand-up comedy, movies, TV shows, animals, relationships, travel, life, MMA, and whatever rabbit hole they recently fell into. Special guests often stop by the Toronto studio to chat as well.
We know you're always thirsty for more WNDR so this week we provide you with a nice tall glass of AWKWAFINA and a side of Blaccent. Because after all, what's more American than some mountain spring water and some good old racial tension. Then on DHOTD: The Don flushes American down his porcelain throne.With No Due Respect S04E03 (Awkwafina-cent)SHOW NOTES:Follow along to the podcast with the visuals and links below!CNN Articlehttps://www.cnn.com/2022/02/06/entertainment/awkwafina-blaccent/index.htmlAwkwafinaElvisBarry GordyQuincy JonesDr. DreSnoop DoggDiddyJay ZKanyeAwkwafina "My Vag"https://youtu.be/z726OPwCnjEDirt Nasty & Mickey Avalon - "My Dick"https://youtu.be/smsiGETScR0Justin BieberUsherL.A. ReidJustin TimberlakePharrell WilliamsTimbalandNew Kids on the BlockNSYNCTRLEminemBill CosbySebastian ManiscalcoAndrew Dice ClayDarius Rucker"Warrior"
Chet Hanks joins Brendan, Chris D'Elia and Erik Griffin as the guys talk Chris' humbleness, Chet's "Goodfellas" influence, Theo's video message for Chet, the Awkwafina controversy, all new Relationship Advice submissions, road rage stories, Erik, Chris and Chet trying to convince Brendan to join Cameo, Chet's sobriety, fitness business and epic rant on masks and much more! https://www.hanxfit.com/ https://www.instagram.com/chethanx/ Get your King and the Sting merch at katsmerch.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Yes, I know we are late but we are checking in on The Block for a new podcast for the week. I really need you guy's help and I'll explain in The Update. ATN is packed to the brim and this week, we are starting something new. For Black History Month, I wanna do a series of Nerdgasms called "The Blerd Legacy" and they will spotlight certain aspects and impact made by Blerds and Black creators. We have done similar shows to these in the past, but I wanna give them special attention this month. I hope you enjoy the first installment of this series where we focus on "Our Voice" and specifically voice actors/actresses in Anime. So, strap in, and let's get this thing on the road. Time StampsUpdate- 1:55Around The Net- 9:40Music Break - 33:10 Shuba - Indian Summerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xQgqN4jfyYNerdgasm- 36:15Friend of The Pod of the Week: Call It Like I Don't See It (7:55)https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-9k9n2-119d820Subscribe to my Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bobboI have multiple tiers to support and you can always change your monthly donations.If you would like to support The Block or Wunderground Media without joining Patreon, you can always donate via Cash App or VenmoCash App- $BobbofnnVenmo- @BobbofnnCheck Out Ahynte Designs at:https://www.ahynte.design/Check out my last event and match there:https://www.twitch.tv/teamvisiondojo/video/1271545932This show is AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE you can listen to podcasts. The Block is on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Google Play, Audible and more. Give us a REVIEW to help The Block grow.Follow me on all social media @BobbofnnAdd our Alexa skill!https://amzn.to/3aIhgmHSubscribe to my Youtube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aVgzt6GSmEQEml99gT19gDon't forget to come back and kick it on the blockCheck Out Ahynte Designs at:https://www.ahynte.design/Check out my last event and match there:https://www.twitch.tv/teamvisiondojo/video/1271545932This show is AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE you can listen to podcasts. The Block is on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Google Play, Audible and more. Give us a REVIEW to help The Block grow.Follow me on all social media @BobbofnnAdd our Alexa skill!https://amzn.to/3aIhgmHSubscribe to my Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bobboI have multiple tiers to support and you can always change your monthly donations.Subscribe to my Youtube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aVgzt6GSmEQEml99gT19gDon't forget to come back and kick it on the block
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The first week of Black History Month has been a doozy. We're talking Joe Rogan's love of the n-word, Awkwafina's blaccent and why women are losing their minds (and draws) at Sip & Paints. Follow Chloé on IG @chloe_hilliard
Rod and Karen discuss Coronavirus News, Rod's trip to NYC, Joe Rogan apologizes for using the n-word, Karen was right about the robot dogs, man who tried to burn down school gets probation, Florida man tries to take biracial child, Awkwafina quits twitter and sword ratchetness. Our Anchor Referral Link Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Amazon Wishlist Crowdcast Voice Mail: 704-557-0186 Sponsor: Site: AdamAndEve Code: TBGWT Site: ManScaped Code: TBGWT
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Blue 32... Blue 32.... scratch that Oklahoma!!!!!On deck this week...Prior infection, vaccines provide best protection from covid, Mitch McConnell said Whaaaaaat?? Politic or kick: Kendrick Lamar and his new slave comedy, Awkwafina might be getting a NAACP award!!!!!Plus C-Note With Noteworthy with C-Note...Intro Music By: 6FNWest
It's the last episode of The Movie Draft House for 2021 and our longest episode yet. Don't worry we'll be right here January 6th with the first movie of our western month. Before we do any of that we need to finish the year. Martial Arts Month closes with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. When Daddy Ten Rings starts hearing voices, he decides its time to go to a jungle made out of scaffolding. We also rank our top and bottom 5 movies of the podcast. Then we wrap up with our draft for January's Western Month. IMDB Synopsis: Shang-Chi, the master of weaponry-based Kung Fu, is forced to confront his past after being drawn into the Ten Rings organization. Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton Staring Simu Liu, Awkwafina, and Michelle Yeoh Music this month is brought to you by the San Diego, California rock band The Schizophonics with the track "Something's Got to Give". Catch their music anywhere you get yours! Spotify Web Instagram Twitter YouTube You can listen to all of the musical artists the podcast has featured via our very own Spotify playlist ------> CLICK HERE! Follow the pod on Twitter @moviedrafthouse Mark - @iheardyouliked Jeff - @PodcastsbyJeff
Disney's animated movie RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON (starring Awkwafina, Kelly Marie Tran, and more) resonates deeply on the themes we discussed last week in our episode “OSLO and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” inspired by Broadway's Tony Award-winning Best Play OSLO (now also an HBO film). In Season 2, host Ruthie Fierberg releases a main panel episode every other week. In the off weeks (like this week), she drops mini-episodes in which she recommends another piece of art that relates to the previous week's topic in an effort to broaden our thinking and encourage the consumption of great stories. This week, Ruthie draws the connections between OSLO and Disney's RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON. Watch Raya and the Last Dragon on Disney+. Listen to the full episode on “OSLO and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” Connect with your host! Ruthiefierberg.com IG: @whywetheater / T: @whywetheater IG: @ruthiefierceberg / T: @RuthiesATrain Why We Theater is a product of the Broadway Podcast Network produced by Alan Seales and edited by Derek Gunther. Our theme music is by Benjamin Velez. Hear more at BenjaminVelez.com. Special thanks to Leigh Silverman, Suzanne Chipkin, Wesley Birdsall, Elena Mayer, Patrick Taylor, and Dori Berinstein. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16 de octubre | Nueva YorkHola, maricoper. Excepcionales pagadores.El podcast de La Wikly también está disponible en iTunes, Spotify y iVoox.Añade el podcast a tu plataforma favorita haciendo click en el botón “Listen in podcast app” que aparece justo debajo del reproductor.Apoya el proyecto periodístico independiente de La Wikly con una suscripción premium que incluye tres newsletters extra a la semana, acceso a nuestra comunidad privada de Discord y eventos exclusivos para los maricopers premium:Leer esta newsletter te llevará 9 minutos y 56 segundos.Solo me sale decir: hijos de puta. Bienvenido a La Wikly.Lo importante: una mayoría de demócratas quiere darle al gobierno estadounidense poder negociador con las farmacéuticas para abaratar los costes de los medicamentos, pero varios moderados se oponen a ello.Esa oposición amenaza con bloquear una iniciativa legislativa que cuenta con un abrumador apoyo por parte de los estadounidenses.Contexto: los precios de los medicamentos en Estados Unidos son elevadísimos con respecto a los de otros países occidentales, lo que encarece los costes de los seguros médicos privados y de los copagos de los programas sanitarios públicos.En esta edición de La Wikly queremos ahondar en la problemática del precio de los medicamentos en EE. UU., qué solución proponen los demócratas y por qué algunos de ellos la quieren bloquear.💵 Precios desorbitadosExcepcional. No hay mejor lugar que EE. UU. para la industria farmacéutica. El país representa entre el 64 y el 78 por ciento de las ganancias de la industria farmacéutica en todo el mundo.Las compañías farmacéuticas estadounidenses, y en última instancia los consumidores y las aseguradoras del país, subvencionan la investigación y el desarrollo de medicamentos en gran parte del resto del mundo.Ventajas. Los pacientes estadounidenses también son los que obtienen el acceso más temprano a los nuevos medicamentos. EE. UU. representa el 65 por ciento de las ventas globales de medicamentos recién lanzados, según datos de IMS Health.Desventajas. Los estadounidenses pagan alrededor de 3.5 veces más dinero en promedio por dosis de medicamento que los europeos, tanto de los de marca como de los genéricos.Parte de esos costes son asumidos directamente por los pacientes, a través de los llamados gastos de bolsillo, y otra parte la pagan las aseguradoras, que luego transfieren esos costes en forma de primas más altas.La prima es lo que pagas de forma mensual o anual por tener un seguro médico. Los gastos de bolsillo son los deducibles, los coseguros y los copagos.Ejemplo de deducible: cada año, el seguro me cubre todo a partir de 1,000 dólares de deducible. El seguro solo se hará cargo de mis gastos una vez gaste esos 1,000 dólares de mi bolsillo.Ejemplo de coseguro: una vez acabado el deducible, comparto los gastos médicos con mi seguro según un porcentaje acordado (i.e. 80 por ciento el seguro, 20 por ciento yo).Ejemplo de copago: cuando me receten un medicamento, pago una parte del mismo en farmacia.¿Soluciones? EE. UU. parece haberse quedado atascado en un dilema: los medicamentos se han vuelto inasequibles para muchos, pero las ideas propuestas para abordar el problema son criticadas porque podrían frenar la innovación futura —y conducir así a peores resultados en la salud de sus ciudadanos.En ese debate sobre qué soluciones entra el poder de Medicare.🩺 Medicare, ¿al rescate?¿De qué hablas? Medicare es el programa nacional de seguro médico en EE. UU. dirigido principalmente a estadounidenses mayores de 65 años —y también para algunas personas más jóvenes con algún estado de discapacidad.Eso incluye personas con enfermedad renal en etapa terminal y esclerosis lateral amiotrófica, según lo determinado por la Administración del Seguro Social (SSA).Medicare cubre a sus asegurados a la hora de ir a cualquier médico u hospital que acepte el programa, que son la gran mayoría. ¿El problema? Medicare puede incluir gastos de bolsillo sustanciales, especialmente de copagos. Medicare se organiza en cuatro partes:Parte A, o seguro de hospital. Generalmente, urgencias médicas e ingresos en hospitales.Parte B, o seguro médico. Generalmente, diagnósticos, tratamientos y prevención.Parte C, o Medicare Advantage. Generalmente, es una alternativa privada que incluye las partes A y B que puede incluir coberturas oftalmológica, dental y auditiva.⚠️ Y LO IMPORTANTE:Parte D, o beneficio por medicamentos recetados. Es un programa federal opcional para ayudar a los beneficiarios de Medicare de los planes A y B a pagar los medicamentos recetados que sean autoadministrados.Es decir, medicamentos que te ha recetado tu médico, has comprado en una farmacia y luego te tomas o administras en casa por tu cuenta.El Plan D es bastante locura porque sus beneficiarios NUNCA dejan de pagar parte de clase de medicamentos recetados autoadministrados. A grandes rasgos, quienes tienen Medicare Plan D tienen que ir cumpliendo una serie de gastos para ir desbloqueando mejores condiciones en sus gastos de bolsillo.Kaiser Family Foundation, un grupo no partidista de defensa de la atención médica, estimó que en 2019 había 154 medicamentos en los que los beneficiarios de la Parte D de Medicare incurrieron en gastos de bolsillo promedio anuales de más de 2000 dólares… ¡por un solo medicamento!Aquí lo explican mejor si eres tan friqui como nosotros, pero el resumen es que hay que estudiar una puta carrera para entenderlo (o haber trabajado como un condenado para asumir todos los costes sin arruinarte por el camino).🤝 Poder de negociaciónLa iniciativa azul: los demócratas tienen un plan para que, a través de Medicare, el gobierno federal negocie precios con las compañías farmacéuticas. De esa manera, podrían fijar un límite a lo que Medicare paga por ciertos medicamentos.La propuesta: no más del 120 por ciento de lo que pagan otros países ricos.Las sanciones. Las empresas farmacéuticas que se nieguen a participar en las negociaciones estarían sujetas a un impuesto especial severo.¿Por qué Medicare? Porque es un programa público que cubre a más de 62 millones de personas. Tener acceso a ese mercado es vital para las farmacéuticas, con lo que verse obligadas a negociar le da un poder tremendo al gobierno federal.La iniciativa se traduciría en una reducción de entre un 10 y un 15 por ciento de las primas de la Parte D para los usuarios de Medicare, según una estimación de la Kaiser Family Foundation.Y también en una reducción de las primas de planes ofrecidos por las aseguradoras privadas, ya que los nuevos precios estarían disponibles para ellas por igual.⚔️ El combate políticoLa clave: El partido demócrata está inmerso de lleno en las negociaciones de un ambicioso paquete legislativo que incluye la iniciativa que daría poder negociador con las farmacéuticas al gobierno federal a través de Medicare.Ese paquete legislativo solo necesita del apoyo de los demócratas en el Senado y en el Congreso para ser aprobado, pero incluye un monto de gasto social y una subida de impuestos a los ricos que no convence a los moderados del partido.En su momento, lo bautizamos como Paqueterico. Te hablamos de él en esta otra edición de La Wikly.Bloqueo específico. Cabe recordar que tres congresistas demócratas se opusieron a la medida concreta de dar poder negociador al gobierno federal en materia de medicamentos. Lo comentamos en esta edición de La Wikly Premium.¿Por qué se oponen? Por un lado, las críticas sobre la reducción de beneficios de las farmacéuticas, atentando contra su inversión en investigación y desarrollo. Por otro, la presión que reciben de los lobistas. Jejeje.¿Por qué deberían apoyarla? La oposición es sorprendente viniendo del campo demócrata porque la medida no solo abarataría costes de los medicamentos, sino que ayudaría a que el gobierno federal se ahorrase un estimado de 450.000 millones de dólares en 10 años.Lo que a su vez ayudaría a pagar otras medidas en materia de salud que los demócratas quieren incluir en su Paqueterico.¿Y ahora? Los moderados ya han dejado claro que quieren recortar el planteamiento inicial del Paqueterico, valorado en 3.5 billones de dólares, mientras que el presidente Joe Biden ya ha dicho que el compromiso deberá estar entre los 1.5 y los 2 billones de dólares.La presidenta de la Cámara de Representantes ya ha dejado caer que la medida de negociación de precios de medicamentos podría ser una de las primeras en caer.Por algún lado hay que recortar…¿Desea saber más? En Vox tienen un buen reportaje acerca de la medida y del contexto de los precios de los medicamentos en EE. UU. Y en Kaiser Family Foundation cuentan con explainers y análisis de opinión pública muy buenos para entender toda esta batalla legislativa.🎬 Una recomendaciónCon la colaboración de FilminThe Farewell es una película estadounidense de 2019 dirigida por Lulu Wang. Sigue la historia de una joven neoyorquina llamada Billi (Awkwafina) que tiene que viajar a China a visitar a su abuela Nai Nai (Shuzhen Zhao), a quien le acaban de detectar un cáncer terminal.Por motivos culturales, la familia le oculta a Nai Nai su enfermedad y la familia se reúne en China desde todas partes con la excusa de una boda de uno de los nietos de Nai Nai.Awakafina lidera un reparto en el que también destaca Zhao por su interpretación de Nai Nai. Inexplicablemente, ninguna de las dos logró colarse en las nominaciones interpretativas al Oscar de su año.A cambio, el filme sí se alzó con dos galardones de los premios más prestigiosos del cine independiente estadounidense, los Spirit Independent Awards. Se llevó Mejor Película y Mejor Actriz Secundaria para Zhao.El mayor logro de The Farewell consiste en convertir una anécdota muy local —y sin duda sorprendente para audiencias occidentales— en un drama universal que se siente sincero y profundamente sensible con la historia de sus protagonistas.Awkwafina aporta el enfoque empático para ese público occidental: una mujer joven cosmopolita a la que le cuesta asumir que las tradiciones culturales de su familia a veces deben anteponerse a la forma que tiene de querer a su abuela.Y verla lidiar con ello es tan interesante como conmovedor, amén de dos actuaciones protagonistas inolvidables.The Farewell está disponible en Filmin.🤣 Quitándole la graciaDude Perfect es uno de los canales de YouTube más populares de todos los tiempos. Uno puede imaginárselos como una versión superdescafeinada de Jackass: varios amigos se inventan premisas tan enrevesadas como espectaculares.Defínemelos. En Dude Perfect tienen un archivo de contenido muy amplio en cuanto a géneros, pero sus vídeos más exitosos suelen responder a ese formato que imita las grandes competiciones televisivas estadounidenses como American Ninja Warrior o Wipeout.Los definiría como un parque de atracciones youtuber porque su forma de entretenimiento tiene una envergadura enorme y una producción muy cuidada.Este es su vídeo más visto de siempre:Vale, ¿y qué? Los saco a colación esta semana porque no dejé de pensar en ellos durante la primera edición de la World Balloon Cup que se inventaron Ibai y Piqué este pasado jueves.Por si no te enteraste, el streamer y el futbolista organizaron una competición que enfrentó a 32 jugadores de 32 países diferentes. ¿El objetivo? En partidas de uno contra uno, ganar el mayor número de puntos logrando que el otro jugador tuviera imposible tocar un globo antes de tocar el suelo.La competición fue en general un poco aburrida porque los partidos nunca estuvieron a la altura del TikTok original que lo inició todo, pero la final sí fue a todas luces memorable.Claro que mi mayor problema con el Mundial de Globos no tenía tanto que ver con la falta de espectáculo en las partidas, sino en la limitada producción. ¿Por qué no tenían 10 cámaras diferentes cogiendo todos los ángulos? ¿Por qué no había un equipo de realización top?Quiero decir, Volkswagen, Yoigo y otras marcas patrocinaban el evento. No creo que fuera por falta de dinero. Y aunque lo fuera, ¡es una primera edición! ¡¡Déjatelo todo en el campo de juego!!Sé que Ibai a estas alturas puede permitirse cualquier cosa porque es Ibai. Y me flipa que se esté atreviendo con tantas iniciativas diferentes en Twitch, pero tomar ideas de Dude Perfect sería ideal para llevar sus formatos al siguiente nivel.Nos lo pasaríamos todos teta.⚡️ Un meme:En otro orden de cosas, este jueves estuve charlando con María Sahuquillo, corresponsal de El País en Moscú, sobre la situación política en Rusia, la diversidad de sus gentes, la crisis de gas en Europa o el deshielo del permafrost.Puedes ver la entrevista completa aquí.Hasta la semana que viene, This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.lawikly.com/subscribe
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Hi everyone! It's been a while. The pals have been talking about this for a little bit now and we think it'll be better for us and y'all if we switch over to a monthly episode release schedule. It'll give us enough grace to consume better media and have better discussions and that sounds good to us! Love y'all.FIRESIDE CHAT:Tori played all the cute birds games this time around! Cheeky Chooks, Haven Park, and A Short Hike. Signal too but that's not a bird game... more a fight-against-the-clock game. It's fun!We also talked about Shang Chi (conversely all the Simu Liu and Awkwafina drama...,) HBO's Search Party, goofy ass Malignant, Hellraiser and the fact that Pinhead got a good look, It Comes at Night, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and our ever entertaining excursion into Fboy Island. As always, thank you for your continued support! If you want to support us, head over to our Patreon!Join our community discord for updates and WHOLESOME FUN.Follow us on our Twitch channel! We stream Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 2 PM ESTYou can also find us on Twitter, Instagram and if you're feeling bold (ooo) send us an email at email@example.com Music Credits:Intro Song: アスカBad Girl (w/Lancaster) by マクロスMACROSS 82-99Outro Song: Now and Forever by マクロスMACROSS 82-99
The cast of Marvel's newest avenger 'Shang-Chi' joins The Backstage Experience! Dave & David go backstage with the director and cast to discuss the Asian American films, action in Marvel movies, representation, humble beginnings, the future of Marvel heroes & more! Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings is available in theaters *Featured in the episode* Destin Daniel Cretton (5:24) Florian Munteanu (10:59) Awkwafina (15:35) Simu Liu (20:25)