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Tony-winning writer and performer, Sarah Jones, is making her directorial debut when her new film Sell/Buy/Date which Cinedigm will be releasing in theaters in LA on October 14th, NYC on October 21st, and streaming in November on Amazon Prime. The wide release announcement exclusive is out with Variety here. The deeply personal film is a witty documentary / narrative hybrid following Jones and her multicultural characters (she plays 5 characters in the film!) on a journey exploring our relationship to the sex industry via Sarah's hilarious comedy and social justice lens. Sell/Buy/Date is written, and directed by Sarah Jones, and is executive produced by Meryl Streep with appearances by Ilana Glazer and Bryan Cranston. “I want the whole world to know about Sarah Jones. I think she's an extraordinary artist--a once in a lifetime artist,” said Meryl Streep. Sell/Buy/Date has seen various iterations over the past six years, first starting as Sarah's off-Broadway one-woman show in 2016, which she then remounted in Los Angeles in 2018. At the start of the pandemic lockdown in 2020, she brought some of her stage characters to life on social media for her #yesimsarahjones IG Live Show to ignite conversation around the black lives matter movement. And now, Jones is ready to debut her Sell/Buy/Date feature film. In the past Sarah and the live version of the show received feature coverage in Vogue and Vogue.com, The Economist, The New York Times, Town & Country, WMag.com and much more. About Sarah Jones: Called “a master of the genre” by The New York Times, Sarah Jones is a Tony® Award-winning solo performer, writer, comedian and activist. She recently made her debut as a film director with the hybrid documentary Sell/Buy/Date, in which she also stars. The film, which is executive produced by Oscar-winner Meryl Streep, world premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and will be distributed (theatrical and streaming) by Cinedigm this fall. Jones is mainly known for her multi-character one-person shows, including Broadway hit Bridge & Tunnel, also originally produced by Streep, and the critically-acclaimed play Sell/Buy/Date, which inspired the film. She has also appeared in various film and TV projects, including co-starring (along with Elisabeth Shue, Giovanni Ribisi, and Julie Delpy) in the Netflix series, On the Verge; Noah Baumbach's Oscar® nominated film Marriage Story opposite Scarlett Johansson, and on the final season of Broad City. Jones also appeared in Chris Rock's Good Hair documentary, and, at the request of Vogue and Anna Wintour, co-created and starred in a short film with designers Tommy Hilfiger, Donna Karan, Zac Posen, Diane Von Furstenberg and Vera Wang, directed by Fisher Stevens for the CFDA Awards. Additionally, Jones' writing credits include the Golden-Globe nominated Showtime series SMILF. Renowned as “a one-woman global village,” she has also given multiple main-stage TED Talks garnering millions of views, performed for President and First Lady Obama at the White House, and given a performance at The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland as the first artist on its stage normally reserved for heads of state. She has also been a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, raising awareness of gender, ethnic, racial, and economic injustice and disparities, including in the United States. Jones recently launched Foment Productions, a social justice-focused entertainment company aligned with her progressive activism, with Sell/Buy/Date as its first production. The film tackles the intersection of race, gender justice, the economy, and various other issues through the unexpected lens of the sex industry. Using humor, investigative interviews, celebrity cameos (including Rosario Dawson, Ilana Glazer, and Bryan Cranston) and her own personal story, the film highlights how this topic is closer and more relevant to all of our lives than we may realize. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's episode was streamed live in Twitch through Sacramento's own STAB comedy theater. Watch the VOD here--> https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1663436276On this episode: Shelley Duvall back on the Silver Shining screen and John Carpenter doesn't care about reboots. PLUS! Alexander Skarsgaard behind the camera for the first time, James Gunn abandons Marvel, and Weird Al's biopic… now with no truth. In news: No shave November, No Nut November, complementing yourself, www.twitch.tv/stabcomedy , Marc Maron, Neckbeard, December break, Season 3, Onepiece, One Piece, Taika Waititi, Next Goal Wins, rugby, Football, Soccer, Alive, Star Wars, Akira, Tower of Terror, Time Bandits, The Incal, Interior Chinatown, The Haunted Mansion, Eddie Murphy, Steve Guttenberg, Disney Channel, Disney+, Free Guy, Hunt For The Wilderpeople, Boy, What We Do in the Shadows, Steve Carrel, John Stamos, Thor: Love and Thunder, Christian Bale, Tik Tok, Tom Segura, Quentin Tarantino, C.S.I., Twin Peaks Deadwood, Justified, FX, Samuel Jackson, Shaft, Sgt Fury, Cinema Speculation, Hackers, The Last Starfighter, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, Jurassic Park, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, The Matrix, Harry Potter, Law and Order, Bryan Cranston, The X-files, Vince Gilligan, Dennis Quaid, The Day After Tomorrow, Roland Emerich, Moonfall, Independence Day, Strange World, J.K. Rowling, 2012, John Cusack, Lemony Snicket, Potion Seller, Justin Kuritzkes, https://youtu.be/R_FQU4KzN7A , Luca Guadignino, Bones and All, Challengers, Zendaya, Good Time, Benny Safdie, Zach Cregger, Bob Chapek, Bob Iger, Bob Balaban, Disneyland, George Bush, Steve Jobs, Apple, The Social Network, Bill Burr, PayPal, Roman Osborne, Spider-Man, Oriental Trading Company, Office Space, John C. McGinleyhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/-Sponsor - N/AJoseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe Streaming Picks:Falling For Christmas - NetflixSpider-Man - NetflixThe Departed - HBO MaxThe Food that Built America - HuluBram Stoker's Dracula - HBO MaxDual - HuluHigh Plains Drifter - Showtime
Not every movie has to be the biggest and the best, the funniest and most clever, the loudest and most spectacular. It is okay sometimes for a movie to just, you know, be a movie. That is preceisely what we encounter today with the Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening-starring "Jerry and Marge go Large." The now available on Blu-ray and digital comedy is... fine, and that's quite enough.
This episode reunites me with my friend and client, Mellissa Tong, a three-time #1 Best Selling Author on Amazon, Award-winning Storyteller, and Founder/CCO of a Creative Marketing and Content Production Company, DuckPunk Productions, Inc. Mellissa is direct, engaged, modest, and knows what's up - which is why global brands like Westin, McDonald's, Old Navy and more heed her advice. Pay heed, dear listener, especially if you're a professional, and entrepreneur, a thought leader, or a person trying to navigate the rapid-fire realities of today's world (Mellissa is also a former journalist). And, of course, I pitch her some creative when the opportunity arises!Key Takeaways:"The way it's always been" is not always the way to go.If you're lying, the person you're lying to may not know. But someone will.Consumers consider who they're giving their money too - bigger isn't necessarily better, but a bigger MISSION is better.At DuckPunk, Ms. Tong works with businesses to build their brand, drive sales and win more customers. Her work includes branding and marketing, storytelling training, TV commercials and branded content. Some of her clients have seen sales increase up to 400%.Her previous clients are Westin, McDonald's, Old Navy, Nissan, Verizon, Wells Fargo, CBS, California Department of Health, just to name a few. Awards she won include Clio, Addy, Telly, Best of Business in Video Production for nine consecutive years starting 2012, and a dozen more from film festivals across the country. Celebrities she's worked with include Shaquille O'Neal, Bryan Cranston, Keke Palmer, Arsenial Hall, to name a few. Find Mellissa:www.duckpunk.net More About Mellissa Tong:Ms. Tong has over twenty-five years of both in-front-of and behind-the-camera experience on storytelling. She worked as a News Anchor/Reporter/Producer at the International Channel in Los Angeles, one of the first satellite TV stations in the US. Aside from anchoring the news, she was also producing a daily 5-min human interest segment, where she covered stories ranging from beauty, health, science, technology, to movie premieres, red carpet events, Star Trek Conventions, and more. During the four years at the station, she interviewed thousands of people from all walks of life, including Hollywood celebrities such as Anthony Hopkins, Russell Crowe, Julianne Moore, etc., and crafted over 1,200 stories. Later, she took her storytelling skills to the fiction side and worked on a primetime CBS show called Martial Law before founding DuckPunk in 2000. Aside from running DuckPunk, Ms. Tong is also an international speaker and trainer. She was invited to speak at the Los Angeles Mayor's Office in October 2019. She has held storytelling trainings and seminars for Westin, SoCalGas, San Diego Gas & Electric, NAWBO, e-Women Network, various chambers of commerce, and many other profeIf you enjoyed listening to Truth Tastes Funny, please leave a 5-star rating and a 300-word review on Apple Podcasts (click Listen on Apple Podcasts to access review option)Follow us on Instagram: @truthtastesfunnyFollow Hersh on Instagram: @Hersh4allon LinkedIn: HershRephunon Twitter: @TruthTstsFunnyOur Website: TruthTastesFunnyContact UsExplore Branding Partnerships with Truth Tastes Funny and Hersh's YES, BRAND Podcast
It's getting close to Thanksgiving and that means it's time to watch this holiday classic starring Bryan Cranston and Judge Reinhold. Every year (since 2003), millions of Americans around the country get out their DVD players and watch this heartwarming comedy from the looney lads at National Lampoon. Tune in to hear all about this comedy institution and whether or not this TV special holds up as much as Animal House!WATCHPublished by Golden Ox Studios - https://goldenoxstudio.com/SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST: https://www.networkspecialpodcast.com/listenSOCIAL MEDIAhttps://www.facebook.com/networkspecialhttp://instagram.com/networkspecialhttps://www.tiktok.com/@networkspecial
Saving Private Ryan Welcome to The Guys Review, where we review media, products and experiences. **READ APPLE REVIEWS/Fan Mail**Mention Twitter DM group - like pinned tweet @The_GuysReviewRead emails firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter Poll **ASK CHRIS AND TREY ABOUT THEIR RATING FOR GHOSTBUSTERS** Saving Private Ryan Director: Steven Spielberg Starring: Tom HanksEdward BurnsMatt DamonTom Sizemore Released: July 24, 1998 Budget: $70M ($127.5M in 2022) Gross $485M ($883.1M in 2022) Ratings: IMDb 8.6/10 Rotten Tomatoes 94% Metacritic 91% Google Users 93% Here cometh thine shiny awards Sire. My Lord Tucker the Wanker second Earl of Wessex. Lord of the Furries. Heir of Lord baldy the one eyed snake wrestler. Protector of Freedom units. Step Sibling with funny feelings down stairs. Entertainer of uncles. Jailor of innocent. Spanker of innocent milk maids and stable boys. The toxic wanker. Big Chief sitting doughnut. Teepee giver to the great Cornholio. Edgar Allan Poe's shaved muse. The film was nominated for eleven Academy Awards at the 71st annual ceremony, including Best Picture, Best Actor for Tom Hanks, and Best Original Screenplay. The film won five of these, including Best Cinematography, Best Sound, Best Sound Effects Editing, Best Film Editing, and Best Director for Spielberg, his second win in that category. After the film lost the Best Picture award to Shakespeare in Love, many film pundits criticized the Academy's decision not to award the film with the Best Picture Oscar and has continued to be considered as one of the biggest snubs in the ceremony's history. The film also won the Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture – Drama and Director, the BAFTA Award for Special Effects and Sound, the Directors Guild of America Award, a Grammy Award for Best Film Soundtrack, the Producers Guild of America Golden Laurel Award, and the Saturn Award for Best Action, Adventure, or Thriller Film. Saving Piivate Ryan comes in at #71 of AFI's First Time you saw the movie? Plot: An elderly veteran visits the Normandy Cemetery with his family. At a specific grave, he is overcome with emotion and begins to recall his time as a soldier. On the morning of June 6, 1944, the U.S. Army lands at Omaha Beach as part of the Normandy invasion. Captain John H. Miller leads his command, Company C, 2nd Ranger Battalion in a breakout from the beach. The staff at the United States Department of War learns that James Francis Ryan of the 101st Airborne Division is missing and presumed to be the last survivor of four brothers who are all in the military. General George C. Marshall orders Ryan to be found and sent home so that his family will not lose all its sons. Miller is ordered to lead a detachment in finding Ryan. As they arrive in the contested town of Neuville between German defenders and the 101st Airborne, Caparzo is killed by a German sniper. Miller and his men find a paratrooper named Ryan but he is not the one for whom they are searching, and they are directed to a rally point where James Francis Ryan's unit should be. Miller learns that Ryan is defending a key bridge in the town of Ramelle. En route, Miller decides against the judgment of his soldiers to neutralize a German machine gun nest, which results in Wade's death. A surviving German soldier is spared by the intervention of Upham, the detachment's interpreter, who is unused to the horrors of combat. Miller blindfolds the soldier, who has been nicknamed "Steamboat Willie", and orders him to surrender to the next Allied patrol. When Reiben threatens to desert, Miller defuses the situation by calmly telling a story that reveals his civilian background as a teacher and baseball coach, of which he has not previously spoken, and which has been the subject of much speculation among his men and a pool of about $300. Upon arriving in Ramelle, Miller's detachment makes contact with Ryan and informs him of his brothers' deaths. Though deeply upset, Ryan refuses to abandon his post defending the town's bridge, and the town soon comes under siege by attacking Germans. Miller assumes command as the only officer present. He and his unit fight alongside the 101st, but the German armor advantage takes a toll on the Americans. Jackson, Mellish and Horvath are killed along with most of the paratroopers as the Americans retreat across the town's bridge. During the final assault on the bridge, Steamboat Willie reappears and shoots Miller as he attempts to blow the bridge with pre-placed explosives, but before the German force can capture it American P-51 Mustang fighter planes and Sherman tanks arrive and halt their advance. Upham confronts Steamboat Willie, who attempts to talk Upham into letting him go again; Upham instead shoots and kills him. The mortally wounded Miller tells Ryan to "earn this" before dying, referring to the sacrifices others have made so that Ryan can have a postwar life. Returning to the present, Ryan is revealed to be the elderly veteran and the grave to be Miller's. Ryan expresses gratitude for the sacrifices made by Miller and his men, says he hopes he "earned it", and salutes the grave. TOP 51: The plot was loosely inspired by the true story of the Niland brothersScreenwriter Robert Rodat was initially inspired to write Saving Private Ryan when he saw a monument to the four sons of Agnes Allison, who were all killed in the American Civil War. However, when the premise got into the hands of producer Mark Gordon and eventually director Steven Spielberg, inspiration came from the true story of the Niland brothers. They were four brothers fighting in World War II.Two of them died and two survived. However, it was initially thought that only one of them survived, as the other one was missing and presumed dead. He turned out to be a prisoner of war in a Japanese internment camp. 2: Steven Spielberg would've released the movie with an NC-17 ratingWhile he was making Saving Private Ryan, Steven Spielberg feared that the movie's brutal violence would lead the MPAA to assign it an NC-17 rating. Big Hollywood studios usually strive to avoid NC-17 ratings like the Bubonic Plague, and make whatever cuts are necessary to change the rating, because they're box office poison. Some theaters won't show them and the ones that will show them can only admit audience members over a certain age. But Spielberg was so happy with Saving Private Ryan that if it had come back from the MPAA with an NC-17 rating, he still would've released it. 3: The gunfire sound effects are authenticTo acquire the right sound effects for the guns used in the movie, Saving Private Ryan's sound team went to a live machine gun firing range near Atlanta that was owned by a weapons manufacturer. There, they sourced all of the period-specific weaponry that was being used in the movie, that they needed to find the sounds for, and they just started firing them at the shooting range. 4: Saving Private Ryan is the last non-digitally edited Best Film Editing winnerPretty much every movie in the last 20 years has been digitally edited because digital editing – while losing some of the soul of the filmmaking process – is a lot cheaper, easier, and more secure than the old “cutting room” method. Saving Private Ryan was the last movie to be edited using non-digital technology to win the Academy Award for Best Film Editing. Every subsequent winner of the Oscar for editing has been edited digitally. And digital isn't going away any time soon, so Saving Private Ryan will probably hold onto the distinction of last non-digitally edited Best Film Editing winner indefinitely. 5: The D-Day landings sequence cost $11 millionSaving Private Ryan's opening D-Day landings scene took up a hefty chunk of the film's $70 million budget, costing $11 million to pull off. Steven Spielberg decided chose not to storyboard the sequence at all, instead letting the action tell him where to point the camera (he elected to use a handheld camera for the scene) on the days of shooting. The producers recruited 40 barrels of fake blood and more than 1,000 extras for the scene. Between 20 and 30 of these extras were amputees who could be fitted with prosthetic limbs for the sole purpose of being blown off in explosions. **TRIPLE LINDY AWARD** - Dude on top of the tank at the end who didn't move, and got blown up. Obviously it was a mannequin. **REVIEW AND RATING**TreyChrisStephen .5Tucker .5 TOP 5Stephen:1 Breakfast club2 Saving Private Ryan3 Ghostbusters4 Sandlot5 Color out of space Chris:1. sandlots2. T23. trick r treat4. rocky horror picture show5. hubie halloween Trey:1) Boondocks Saints2) Mail Order Brides3) Tombstone4) Very bad things5) She out of my league Tucker:1. T22:Saving Private Ryan3: Tombstone4: My Cousin Vinny5: Ghostbusters WHAT ARE WE DOING NEXT WEEK? 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This week's episode the boys review a jelly donut flavored beer and discuss the future of the DCEU, GOTG Holiday Special with Kevin Bacon, Bryan Cranston's plans for Malcolm in the Middle, and Tim Allen's new Santa Clauses series. Movie Review of the week, 2016's "Terrifier"
Full Episode Notes are available HERESarah Jones, Tony Award-winning performer and comedian, is making a different kind of documentary. She calls it an ‘unorthodoc' about sex, power, race, and our economy and how you even talk about such things in today's polarized and commercial media world. "Sell/Buy/Date” expands on Jones' acclaimed 2016 off-Broadway solo production of the same name. She plays herself in the film along with four different characters that she's created, as well as real people whom she interviews, including people in the sex industry with an array of opinions about it. You will see activists of all kinds alongside celebrities. Rosario Dawson and Bryan Cranston make an appearance. And of course, there's Sarah's own mom. The film, produced by Meryl Streep, is in some theaters now and starts streaming November 8 on Amazon Prime. Join Laura, Sarah, and a few unexpected guests for this honest (and hilarious) conversation. “We think of the sex industry as the oldest profession. It's really more like the oldest conversation we're not having in an honest way, about something that affects us all as human beings.” - Sarah Jones“I love the expression, 'hurt people hurt people, but free people free people.' I'd love to see all of us across the gender continuum [free ourselves] around this very tricky topic of capitalism and sex and where they merge.” - Sarah Jones Guest: Sarah Jones, Tony Award-winning Solo Performer, Writer, Comedian & Activist; Director & Star, Sell/Buy/Date The show is made possible by listeners like you. Become a member today at https://Patreon.com/theLFShow Members Receive early access to the full uncut conversation and more.
Bryan Cranston calls in as it is NATIONAL MEZCAL DAY he sent us a Bottle of Dos Hombres and all the goodies to make MEZCALITAS! and tells us stories about Breaking Bad and stories from Albuquerque! Also, we have a Game for Greg and Mase that Chuck went 0 for 5 for on TV where he had to name 5 NBA players and where they play? Can they get one right? Are you tired of Bob Costas? Do you like the way he calls games? Another edition of GAME OF GAMES as Andy Kamenetzky joins us to play and SUPER CROSSTALK with Sedan o and AK! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join the gang this week as they discuss Bryan Cranston and his alleged gay jokes, AB doing more AB, jailhouse love stories, Silk Sonic bowing out of the Grammys, social media ruining relationships, FBI files, and much much more this week on #TheHangoverPodcast
País Estados Unidos Dirección James Franco Guion Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Weber. Libro: Greg Sestero, Tom Bissell Música Dave Porter Fotografía Brandon Trost Reparto James Franco, Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Alison Brie, Josh Hutcherson, Zac Efron, Jacki Weaver, Sharon Stone, Bryan Cranston, Kate Upton, Hannibal Buress, Nathan Fielder, Jerrod Carmichael Sinopsis Narra la historia real de la producción de la película 'The Room', que ha sido considerada como “una de las peores películas de la historia". Dirigida en 2003 por Tommy Wiseau, 'The Room' se ha estado proyectando en salas -completamente llenas- por toda Norteamérica desde hace más de una década. 'The Disaster Artist' es una comedia sobre dos inadaptados en busca de un sueño. Cuando el mundo los rechaza, deciden hacer su propia película, un film maravillosamente espantoso gracias a sus momentos involuntariamente cómicos, sus tramas dispersas y sus terribles interpretaciones.
On this episode: Bruce Willis Avatar on the way, Michael Caine will never retire, and our hottest take ever. PLUS The people's joker… really this time! Eggers's Nosferatu.. really this time! And Blonde was right-wing propaganda all alongIn news: Bruce Willis, deep fake, aphasia, Deep Cake, Fall, Tupac, Coachella, force ghost Tupac, James Dean, Marlon Brando, Flawless, Clint Eastwood, John Hamm, Cary grant, Humphrey Bogart, Michael Shannon, Peter Lorrie, Peter O'Toole, Raul Julia, Florence Pugh, The Island, Dual, Riley Stearns, Never Let Me Go, Heath Ledger, Brittney Murphy, Paul Walker, Ryan Dunn, Looney Tunes, Dame Judy Dench, Michael Caine, Medieval, Petr Jakl, Bryan Cranston, The Untouchables, Kevin Hart, Dean Koontz, Bed Vegan, Molly's Game, listener mail, Joel Shinneman, The World's End, Mean Girls, October 3rd, 3 year anniversary, The Ring, Sinister, circus peanuts, Lucky Charms, Cheerios, The People's Joker, Vera Drew, Matt Damon, Jimmy Kimmel, TIFF, The Munsters, Dragula, White Zombie, Labyrinth, haunted house at the dump, Trash Horror, The Devil's Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses, Star Wars, Sheri Moon, Robert Eggers, Nosferatu, Bill Skarsgard, Lily Rose Depp, Willem Dafoe, Max Schreck, Harry Styles, F.W. Murnau, Werner Herzog, The Lighthouse, Andrew Dominik, Blonde, Ana De Armas, Marilyn Monroe, Planned Parenthood, The Assassination of Jesse James, Don't Worry Darling, Gary Oldman, Jamie Foxx, Ray Charleshttp://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/-Sponsor - N/AJoseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe Streaming Picks:Beavis and Butthead do the Universe - Paramount+Survival of the Dead - Roku, Plex, PlutoTV, RedboxVan Helsing - HuluThe Munsters - NetflixPhantom Thread - NetflixThe Wolf of Snow Hollow - Amazon Prime
It's hard to believe we're at the end of our Breaking Bad recap series but we are here as we look at the finale of Breaking Bad, the 16th episode of the 5th season, Felina. Does this finale hold up as a great way to the end the show or not so much? Why do we like badass Bryan Cranston when it comes to an adlibbed scene in this episode? How many potential top 5 moments can we single out? Why do we like laser pointers? Do we like how they wrap up all the characters? Does Walt get away with too much in the end? Does Lydia actually die? And how much are we singing Baby Blue after watching this episode? You'll want to get your robot gun ready and everything else in order as we wrap up Breaking Bad in style! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
“They call him GORR-Z-YAH!” After punishing ourselves by reviewing Roland Emmerich's 1998 version, we turn our attentions to the Gareth Edwards helmed reboot, remake, re-quel GODZILLA (2014).Big G superfan joins us to discuss how this version honours/besmirches (delete as appropriate) the monster series traditions. And we of course look at the exploding helicopter action. Or, in this case, the exploding helicopter chain reaction. Show notesDirector Gareth EdwardsCast: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston, Juliette Binoche, Ken WatanabePlot: Ford Brody - a Navy bomb expert - has just reunited with his family in San Francisco when he is forced to go to Japan to help his estranged father, Joe. Soon - both men are swept up in an escalating crisis when Godzilla - rises from the sea to combat malevolent adversaries that threaten the survival of humanity. Episode 127.
In this episode: Josh shares his excitement about a new video on Lace and its relation to Robots and Artificial Intelligence.The Streamy Awards are December 4th. Clearly, the ONLY award show that matters. FYI! An insightful interview with Rene Ritchie, Youtube's Creator Liaison is on the podcast spilling information all creators (and execs) want to hear. We learn what the day-to-day is like over at Youtube, what a Liaison actually does and we also get some insight into the algorithm, how shorts can change the game for a creator and so much more! Check out Jellysmack'sBlog.Also, here's Spring's Link. We have a YouTube Page! Please subscribe and follow. (Thank you!) Catch a new episode every Friday on your favorite podcasting site. Please subscribe, like and share! Visit our website www.creatorupload.com. We love hearing from you!
Robert Mazur spent 5 years laundering money for Columbian drug cartels, working undercover, to bring down their hierarchy and the international banks that laundered their fortunes. His work led to prosecution of the world's 7th largest privately held bank BCCI and convictions of many of their senior bank officials. His book The Infiltrator, was adapted into a major motion picture starring Bryan Cranston, is more amazing and intriguing than any fictional account. His latest just released book is BETRAYAL tells of his brush with death. Mr. Mazur is a court-certified expert in international drug trafficking, and money-laundering and is the President of KYC Solutions, Inc. www.RobertMazur.com
The "cash in on millennial's nostalgia" and "dark and gritty reboot" genres collided in 2017 and the result was Power Rangers, and slightly more violent and less colorful take on the popular children's show from the early 90s. No one seemed quite sure who the target demographic was for this movie, and as a result it pulled in a less than mighty box office total. But today we're ONLY talking about what this reboot did well! Our young cast of Rangers are surrounded by veteran talents like Elizabeth Banks and Bryan Cranston, the new suits look rad and gosh darn it that theme song still slaps all these years later!Join the Best of the Rest discord: https://discord.gg/86P7jJXNPbEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSocial Media @BotRCast on Twitter, Instagram, FacebookBonus content: YoutubeTheme song (vocals) by Mark Benavides: InstagramMusic by Mitch: Twitter, SoundCloudLogo by Alex Brinegar: https://beardodoesdesign.com/Additional artwork by Phillip Chacon, C7Productions: Instagram Next Week: Jason X!
Total Recall 2012 movie review is mostly the Salty Nerds talking about how many times they fell asleep while watching this extremely boring action movie. This "reimagining" of the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger film from Paul Verhoeven comes to us from the creator of the Underworld franchise, Len Wiseman. Starring Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, and Bryan Cranston, Total Recall is the story of Douglas Quaid who may or may not be a secret agent that's forced to choose between his hot wife and his hot girlfriend in order to save the world from evil corporate interests, all while never going to Mars. Though this movie is visually stunning (with lots of lens flare!) and the actors are all very good looking, it's missing the charm and fun of the original film, and is the epitome of a "slacktion" film. What is your Total Recall 2012 movie review? Did you love it? Hate it? Do you wish you could go to Rekall and get all memory of it wiped from you mind? Let us know in our Discord server! Join our community here: http://www.saltynerddiscord.com And if you like what we do on the channel, consider supporting us by joining our members area here: ▷ SUPPORT THE SHOW: http://www.saltynerdclub.com/ By becoming a Patron of the Salty Nerd Podcast you help us to create great content AND get awesome perks! Check out our Patreon page through the link above for more detail. Thank you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saltynerd/support
Here we are. Episode 200. Life being what it is we weren't able to do an extra special thing in time for this release, but we do have some fun guests planned for very near future epsiodes. But for now, moisten your ear canals with our discussion of Len Wiseman's remake of Paul Verhoeven's 1990 classic, Total Recall with Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel, Kate Beckinsale, and featuring Bill Nighy and Bryan Cranston. As always, and maybe even more than ever, here are some mental health resoruces for North America: United States https://www.mentalhealth.gov/get-help/immediate-help https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ The Suicide Hotline phone number has been changed. Now, just text or call 988. Canada https://www.ccmhs-ccsms.ca/mental-health-resources-1 1 (833) 456-4566 Even though we don't say it in this episode, more NOW than ever before: PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE take care of yourselves and those around you. Be mindful of your surroundings. Karate in the Garage Linkages
This week is Banned Books Week, and the right to free speech is being threatened, now more than ever. To raise awareness regarding the societal dangers of censorship in the theatre industry and at large, The Dramatists Legal Defense Fund is presenting Banned Together: The Anti-Censorship Podcast featuring excepts from 11 banned plays and musicals, including Rent, Angels in America, and Anna in the Tropics. Download the episode now to hear performances from Emmy Award winner Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"), four-time Tony Award nominee Raul Esparza (Leap of Faith, Company), Tony Award winner Celia Keenan-Bolger (To Kill a Mockingbird), Tony Award winner Lisa Kron (Fun Home, Well), the Stonewall Chorale, and more! DLDF board members Lydia Diamond (Stick Fly, Smart People) and Cheryl Davis host the podcast and Greg Jarrett (Assassins, Cradle Will Rock) serves as music director. Banned Together: The Anti-Censorship Podcast will only be available to download for a limited time during Banned Books Weekend 2022 (from September 18-September 24). This podcast is presented in association with Broadway Podcast Network. For more information, visit www.thedldf.org. The Dramatists Guild Legal Defense Fund advocates and educates on behalf of the right of free speech on stages across America. In light of dwindling public funding for the arts, the DLDF advocates not only for writers, but for theatres and other theatre artists (as well as audiences, schools, students, and the culture at large), all of whom are confronting censorship and other related issues of public import, including the assault on copyright and the diminishment of the public domain. The DLDF can also aid indigent artists who cannot defend themselves on a range of other theater-related matters. The DLDF's aid and advocacy may take the form of letters, articles, and lectures in public fora, intervention in litigation through amicus briefs and expert testimony, or finding affordable representation for those caught up in these disputes. The DLDF's mission also includes educating about the importance to our society of an ever-expanding public domain and a proper administration of the copyright laws that serve to ensure it. My Name is Rachel Corrie By Rachel Corrie Adapted by Alan Rickman and Katherine Viner Performed by Celia Keenan-Bolger The Vagina Monologues By V (formerly Eve Ensler) Performed by Lisa Kron The Laramie Project By Moises Kaufman Performed by Raul Esparza “Changing My Major” from the Broadway musical Fun Home Performed by Sarah Hogewood Music by Jeanine Tesori, Lyrics by Lisa Kron Music © 2014 Jeanine Tesori Lyrics © 2014 Lisa Kron All rights reserved. Used by permission of That's Music to My Ears (ASCAP) and Kron-Tone Words for Singing (ASCAP). Trouble in Mind By Alice Childress Performed by Gina Daniels Angels in America By Tony Kushner Performed by Bryan Cranston and Richard Kind Fat Free Chicana and the Snow Cap Queen By Elaine Romero Performed by Ashnah Strongheart and Alida Holguín Gunn An Octoroon By Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Performed by Frank Oglesby Jr. Indecent By Paula Vogel Performed by Adam Chanler-Berat and Peter Friedman Anna in the Tropics By Nilo Cruz Performed by Al Espinosa and Caro Zeller “Seasons of Love” From the Broadway Musical Rent Performed by the Stonewall Chorale, NYC Book, Music and Lyrics© by Jonathan Larson All Rights reserved. Used by permission of Universal Music
Larry Wilmore has long been considered one of the quickest and most respected minds in comedy and television -- and a longtime friend of Phil's. Over sandwiches, Larry and Phil discuss lots of common ground as showrunners, Larry's experiences working with Eddie Murphy and Bernie Mac, and David reveals how Larry helped inspire him at a key moment early in his career writing for TV. Larry also does some Fab imitations of The Beatles, Muhammad Ali and Groucho Marx, and explains how co-starring with Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening in "Jerry & Marge Go Large" on Paramount + helped him find something positive to focus on in the wake the 2021 death of his brother Marc Wilmore. To learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
Special guest Ryan Daley (@boychr15) hops in the car with the AMPM VIDEO crew to talk about Drive a 2011 American action drama film directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. The screenplay, written by Hossein Amini, is based on James Sallis's 2005 novel of the same name. The film stars Ryan Gosling as an unnamed Hollywood stunt driver who moonlights as a getaway driver. He quickly grows fond of his neighbor, Irene (Carey Mulligan), and her young son, Benicio. When her debt-ridden husband, Standard (Oscar Isaac), is released from prison, the two men take part in what turns out to be a botched million-dollar heist that endangers the lives of everyone involved. The film co-stars Bryan Cranston, Christina Hendricks, Ron Perlman, and Albert Brooks. Head over to boychr15.com to find out more about Ryan's music. Also check out bluetapemovies.com his independent film company. AS for the AMPM VIDEO crew you can watch the video podcast on YouTube, listen on Spotify or Apple Music & catch us next week live on twitch.tv/ampmvideo Drop a comment, like & hit the subscribe button. Give us a follow @ampm.video & @goteamvideo BIG shoutout to @gubbsmusic for our intro/outro music & BIG shoutout to @shotfromthepit for our fun promo photos! ⚡️ If you would like to support @ampm.video & @goteamvideo for all we do & so that we can keep creating more content, check out patreon.com/ampmvideo
This week we're so excited to finally arrive at the episode that landed Bryan Cranston his breaking bad role. Mulder is held hostage by a man who needs to continuously drive west in order to relieve a torturous ringing in his ear that has just killed his wife. With no idea how to fix it, mulder and mr Crump road-trip west together while police continue chasing them, thinking they're on the run. Check out our links below! OUR MERCH STORE: https://teespring.com/stores/ufo-party-podcast JOIN OUR PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/ufopartypod BUY US A COFFEE! https://ko-fi.com/ufopartypod FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/ufopartypod FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ufopartypod EMAIL US YOUR STORIES: email@example.com Thank you so much for showing support so we can spread love to the only good feds in the universe.
A 27-year career with 17 of them in the private sector as an expert witness. He is one of the world's leading authorities on money laundering techniques. The author & executive producer of- “The Infiltrator” which covered his 2-year undercover infiltration of the Medellin Cartel and the Bank of Credit & Commerce International. In addition, he wrote “The Betrayal” on his 2.5-year undercover work of the Cali Cartel & underworld figures in Panama. A US Special Agent that retired in 1998 and whose work led to the biggest prosecution of bankers & money launderers there has ever been. He tells about his childhood job and how that has a connection to his Lucky Luciano out fit that his grandfather and great-grandfather were part of. How he got into law enforcement, undercover work, and an explanation of what money laundering is. Supply, demand, a college professor, training, handling high pressure stress, and remaining calm.What attracted Robert during his undercover operative and how he worked directly for Pablo Escobar. The story behind him finding out the Bank of Credit & Commerce International was laundering money. The help he received to keep him alive, being betrayed by a former colleague that compromised his identity. Is the illegal drug industry out of control in today's world? Links:Official Website: https://www.robertmazur.com/Video of Bryan Cranston's Testimony of “The Infiltrator”: https://vimeo.com/channels/10217272-minute video of “The Betrayal” https://vimeo.com/channels/1021727/671672537Get books here: https://www.robertmazur.com/book-film/ Before the Lights Links:Hire Tommy to Speak: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/public-speakingBecome a BTL Member: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/supportBefore the Lights Website: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/Listen to Docuseries here: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/docuseriesAmy Canale: https://amycanale.com/Support the show
Welcome to Hashing Out the Law, with Arash Hashemi. On this episode our guest is DEA Agent Robert Mazur, the author of the book The Betrayal. Robert's newest book takes the reader on a suspenseful underworld journey of real-life events, an experience that opens eyes to the corruption and brutality of organized criminal organizations so powerful that they control countries. Robert Mazur spent 27 years as a Special Agent for the IRS Criminal Investigation division, the Customs Service, and the Drug Enforcement Administration. He is the Best-Selling Author of the memoir The Infiltrator, which was adapted into a major motion picture starring Bryan Cranston. Mazur is a court-certified expert in international drug trafficking, and money-laundering and is the President of KYC Solutions, Inc. His writings about money laundering, international drug trafficking, and corruption have been published in many journals and media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal and; New York Post. Robert Mazur has earned global acclaim as one of the world's leading experts on the financial escapades of the underworld. *Disclaimer - The materials on this Podcast are for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. You should not act or rely on any information from this Podcast without seeking advice from an attorney licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction. Neither the Podcast nor use of information from the Podcast creates an attorney-client relationship.
Jen and Doug recap some of the best moments from season one's guests including: Jimmy Kimmel, Amy Schumer, Fab Five Freddy, Tim Gunn, Tom Lennon & Kerri Kenney, Cindy Crawford, Dan Patrick, Mike Judge, Kevin Powell, Bryan Cranston, Jemele Hill, Samantha Bee, Neal Brennan, The Kid Mero, Lisa Napoli, and Denis Leary.Look for Season two to release Sept 7
‘Breaking Bad' and ‘Better Call Saul' co-creator Vince Gilligan joins Rich in-studio to discuss the making of the BCS' final season, what went into creating memorable characters like Kim Wexler and Lalo Salamanca, reveals that the original idea for the show was a 30-minute comedy, comments on Rhea Seehorn's iconic airport shuttle bus scene in the show's penultimate episode, bringing back Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul for the series finale, how he landed comedy legend Carol Burnett for a key role, and reveals if there could be another BB/BCS spinoff in our viewing future. Rich previews the big Yankees vs Mets Subway Series this week and weighs in on the Portland Trail Blazers decision to not send their TV and radio play-by-play announcers to road games next season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we're revisiting and discussing 2011's hyper-stylized action drama "Drive." Starring Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, Oscar Isaac, Bryan Cranston, and more. Gosling stars as a nameless driver in LA who moonlights as a getaway driver, and get's involved in a heist that goes wrong. Slow burning and intense, "Drive" is a meticulously crafted film. But....is Drive good??If you'd like to suggest a film or film franchise, or if you'd just like to say hello, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, @biigpodcast on twitter, or @butisitgoodpodcast on instagram!
Happy Thursday! In today's episode I talk about the seasons of opportunity. I also share thoughts from Bryan Cranston about success after 40. I close with chapter 14 from my book, Alphabet of Wisdom and a reminder to never give up! Enjoy!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
THIS IS A PREVIEW PODCAST. NOT THE FULL REVIEW. Please check out the full podcast review on our Patreon Page by subscribing over at - https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture Our 2012 retrospective is officially over. For our final throwback podcast review, we discuss Ben Affleck's Best Picture-winning film "Argo," starring himself, Bryan Cranston, Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Scoot McNairy, Victor Garber & Kyle Chandler. Based on a true story, the film blends politics, thrills, and insider Hollywood humor to create a rousing story that captivated audiences and Academy voters, resulting in three Oscar wins, including Best Picture. What do we think of the film ten years later? Join me, Eve O'Dea, Dan Bayer & Danilo Castro as we discuss the film's writing, comedy, politics, acting, the infamous awards season run (including that famous Ben Affleck snub in Best Director), and more. You can also check out all of our previous 2012 retrospective reviews for "Zero Dark Thirty," "Skyfall," "Amour," "Beasts Of The Southern Wild," "Django Unchained," "Silver Linings Playbook," "Life Of Pi" & "Lincoln" if you have not done so already. Please check out your winners for the 2012 NBP Film Community Awards if you haven't done so already, and stay tuned for the NBP Team's winners, which will be revealed on August 21st, 2022. Thank you for all of your support throughout the retrospective. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
What a day to talk 1980's drug cartel justice! We are discussing 2016's The Infiltrator, starring the excellent moustaches of Saïd Taghmaoui & Bryan Cranston. I brought on my longtime homie, Patrick Christopher to break down this film. The Moustachioed Podcastio is the weird uncle of the wonderful PodMoth Media Network. Check out more PodMoth podcasts here: https://podmoth.network/ TW: @PodMothNetwork IG: @PodMoth Check out what the homie Patrick Christopher has going on here: https://linktr.ee/barbacoacorepodcast Feat. Podcast: Anything Bones Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anything-bones/id1536352309
Dave and Ethan are joined once again for the third and final part of their interview with Eric Appel, the writer and director of Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, ahead of its release on November 4th on the Roku Channel. Eric shares more inside scoops on the filming of the Funny or Die trailer, Daniel Radcliffe's reaction to being cast as Weird Al in the film, and even an anecdote about working with Michael J. Fox!
The Best Hang gets into the details of shooting a sketch show, Max publicly apologizes for losing his cool at a gig in Newfoundland, and they discuss a resurfaced fan letter about the show “Breaking Bad” from a famous fan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan as the spinoff "Better Call Saul" airs its series finale tomorrow night on AMC. They spoke in 2015 when "Breaking Bad" donated props and costumes to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. You'll also hear from Aaron Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman; Jonathan Banks, who played Mike; and Bryan Cranston, who showed up to pay tribute to his iconic anti-hero Walter White. (Theme Music: Scott Buckley's "Clarion")
On part 2 of Dave and Ethan's interview with Eric Appel, the director and co-writer behind the upcoming Weird: The Al Yankovic Story on The Roku Channel (Weird Al's biopic starring Daniel Radcliffe), Eric shares how he came up with the idea for the original 2010 Funny or Die Weird: The Al Yankovic Story video, who they originally approached to play Weird Al, and how they ended up casting Aaron Paul and the rest of the cast!
Gabe & Jay are back for a special episode of the Connection. First they remember the legendary Bill Russell before discussing the Deshaun Watson fiasco, The Dolphins/Tom Brady tampering scandal and more wild topics in a loaded edition of The Richi & Meko Connection!
Hall of Fame announcer Bob Costas tells Rich his favorite memories of Vin Scully and reveals what the legendary Dodgers announcer told him the first time they met, and names the all-time greatest moment in Scully's storied career that included a Sandy Koufax perfect game, a Kirk Gibson World Series walk-off home run and much more. After a season of heavy gloating, Yankees fan Rich voices his concern for the team after the Pinstripe's ace Gerrit Cole was shelled for 6 runs in the first inning against the Seattle Mariners. Rich reacts to Tua Tagovailoa's reaction to learning that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wanted (still wants??) Tom Brady as Miami's QB. Rich recites a statement from lifelong Dodgers fan Bryan Cranston regarding the passing of Vin Scully, and comments on how impressive Tom Brady has been since turning 40 especially when compared to some of the NFL's all-time great quarterbacks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After a 4-year layoff, Dan recently made a triumphant return to America's highest profile drinks festival, Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans. On this jam-packed episode, he and WWD's Official Roving Correspondent Brad Japhe recount the highlights from their wild week in the Big Easy, including meeting up and slurping Dos Hombres mezcal with acting legend Bryan Cranston. Lots of great stuff from that chat included herein. Also, gets a primer on all things Martell Cognac from bar star/spirits educator Ms. Franky Marshall, who is certainly a legend in her own right. Plus, the fellas revisit some "ghosts of Tales past." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Growing up around the film business, Amy Baer always loved movies and reading. Unsure of what she wanted to do professionally, Amy was certain of one thing. Whatever she chose to do post-college, it had to be something that she really cared about and that excited her as opposed to what she thought she should or shouldn't be doing. Following her instincts and staying authentic to herself, Amy has navigated a successful, joyful and creative career. Amy currently serves as President of Landline Pictures, a label within MRC Film (KNIVES OUT) that makes feature films about and for a 50+ audience. Launched in 2020, its first movie, JERRY & MARGE GO LARGE, starring Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening, was released by Paramount+ on 6/17/22. Prior to Landline, Amy raised a 7-figure development fund in 2012 and launched Gidden Media, one of the industry's only female-led, independently financed content incubation companies. Her first film as a producer was the 2013 hit LAST VEGAS (starring Michael Douglas, Robert DeNiro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline) which grossed $136MM worldwide. She also produced the 2017 romantic drama MARY SHELLEY and the 2019 inspirational true story BRIAN BANKS. Prior to that, Amy served as President & CEO of CBS Films (2007-2011), and spent the previous 17 years at Sony Pictures Entertainment, where she oversaw such hit films as MY BEST FRIEND'S WEDDING (1997), the Oscar-nominated ADAPTATION (2001), S.W.A.T. (2002), SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE (2003), and the 2006 holiday hit, THE HOLIDAY. Amy also developed the 2011 Oscar-nominated Sony hit MONEYBALL, starring Brad Pitt. She began her career at Creative Artists Agency in 1988 as an assistant to the late Jay Moloney. Amy has served as Board President of Women in Film since June 2018. What You Will Hear in This Episode: Amy's personal story Trusting your instinct Becoming a book reader at CAA Learning to be a studio executive Developing a script My Best Friend's Wedding Balancing executive life and motherhood Starting a new studio Taking time off and rediscovering her why The differences between being a buyer vs a seller Gen X and making movies for an older audience Being authentic and staying grounded Quotes “I've always been able to access theme and emotion as a way of advocating material.” “The only way to understand good writing is to read good writing and, and to do that, you have to constantly be reading.” “I was extremely lucky that I was surrounded by senior women who had children and were empathetic to the balance.” “I had to deal with the notion that even though I didn't want that job, I was never really in consideration for it because I was having kids and I had to reconcile that reality.” “Launching my own business was the first time in my career that I felt like a grownup because the agenda was mine.” “Gen X are aging in a way that's very much more dynamic than earlier generations.” “A lot of times when you launch a new venture, part of your success early in your lifecycle is luck, literally. “ “If I was someone that always took an opportunity to make a buck, I would probably have a lot more money, but I may not be as happy or as content.” Mentioned: Landline Pictures MRC https://bonniemarcusleadership.com/ https://web.facebook.com/bonnie.marcus/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/bonniemarcus https://twitter.com/selfpromote https://www.instagram.com/self_promote_/ Gendered Ageism Survey Results Forbes article 5 Tips to own the superpower of your age IAMMusicGroup Purchase my book Not Done Yet on Amazon: If you enjoyed this episode of Badass Women Podcast, then make sure to subscribe to the podcast and drop us a five-star review.
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Robert Schenkkan to mark the 10th anniversary of his LBJ play "All the Way" premiering on July 28, 2012 before making its way to Broadway to win a Tony for Bryan Cranston. They spoke in 2018 when Schenkkan brought his LBJ sequel “The Great Society” to Arena Stage in Washington D.C. (Theme Music: Scott Buckley's "Clarion")
Dan and the Danettes debate the popularity of Joe Montana vs. Steph Curry in the Bay Area after the Warriors last Championship. And he talks to award winning actor Bryan Cranston about "Breaking Bad," "Better Call Saul," his future projects, and his appearance in the MLB Celebrity Softball Game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Episode 427! In this episode the Leftovers are joined by Joe Stark from StarkCast and Shiftin' Tristan Brown. We have our winners for the Sonic The Hedgehog 2 digital codes as well as the winners for the blu-ray copies of The Contractor. For Good Pop Bad Pop in Movies this week we talk about the new Disney Pixar film LIGHTYEAR out now in theaters. WE also talk about the new Netflix movie starring Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett in SPIDERHEAD where a prisoner in a state-of-the-art penitentiary begins to question the purpose of the emotion-controlling drugs he's testing for a pharmaceutical genius. Prime Video released a comedy drama thriller with EMERGENCY. Brian watched THE BOB'S BURGERS MOVIE. And we all discuss the new Paramount+ movie JERRY AND MARGE GO LARGE starring Bryan Cranston. In TV Hulu on FX has a new Jeff Bridges and John Lithgow series THE OLD MAN. We talk about the 2nd episode of MS. MARVEL. GOD'S FAVORITE IDIOT and IRON CHEF: QUEST FOR AN IRON LEGEND both dropped on Netflix. And Crackle has a new docu-series A LIFE IN TEN PICTURES and we talk about the first episode that focuses on legendary Queen front man Freddie Mercury. In News we're getting a live-action ONE PUNCH MAN movie from director Justin Lin. Netflix is developing a SQUID GAME reality competition series. HBO looks to be working on a Jon Snow GAME OF THRONES sequel series. And Knives out 2 has a name: GLASS ONION. In Marvel News we're getting a WONDER MAN series on Disney Plus. And guess who might show up in the Wonder Man series if rumors are true? We've got rumors for the Ironheart series. The VENOM 3 script is being written. In DC News we talk about Joker 2 casting Lady Gaga and the rumor that the movie will be a musical. And more Ezra Miller THE FLASH news. And in Star Wars News Taika Waititi talks about his approach to his Star Wars movie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices