Don, Jon and Doug are joined by WindsorOntario subreddit moderator "ZuuZuu" to talk about their coverage of the municipal election, plus Die Roller, This Week in The Mayor's Race, a discussion on press releases and earned media for ward candidates, and For Your Consideration.Rose City Politics is brought to you with the kind support of LiUNA Local 625: Building Better Communities. Support the show at Patreon.com/RoseCityPolitics. Read us out in Biz X Magazine and online at BizXMagazine.com. Check out our website RoseCityPolitics.ca for more opinion and coverage.
Hey hot children in the city! We're back for a surprise July episode with actor Suzy Nakamura. You Might Know Her From Dead to Me, Avenue 5, Dr. Ken, Dead to Me, Snowfall, Afternoon Delight, Funny People, Strawberry Fields, and the new Broadway show, POTUS. We had our first in-person interview since March 2020 with Suzy right before a performance of her new Broadway farce where she's playing, wait for it, gay. Hoorah! Suzy gave us the scoop on the physical therapy perks of the very physical comedy and why she chose it as her Broadway debut. We also talked about playing the “straight man” to Ken Jeong, improvising with Christina Applegate, working with the Christopher Guest crew, and so much more. Blot your brow and join us, m'dears! This one is scorching! Follow us on social media: @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week: Beanie Feldstein's IG story re: the Funny Girl drama Patti LuPone Sunset Boulevard drama Lea Michele a horrible person Broadway.com can suck a dick Lillias White can be Fanny Brice for all we care Lainie Kazan episode of You Might Know Her From Jane Lynch & Beanie Feldstein Possible Fannies: Marla Mindelle, Idina Menzel, Julia Lester, Keke Palmer, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Vanessa Bayer Faye Dunaway never shows up aka was fired Faye peeling then eating a hard boiled egg Currently starting in POTUS on Broadway with Julie White, Rachel Dratch, Lea DeLaria, Vanessa Williams, Julianne Hough and Lili Cooper Currently starring on HBO Max's Avenue 5 with Hugh Laurie and Josh Gad Hugh Laurie was Vincente Minnelli in Me and My Shadows Strawberry Fields (on Criterion Channel rn) Started opposite Takayo Fischer Asian American New Wave in the 90s Played journalist on season 4 of Snowfall Started at Second City in Chicago Cutting room floor of Apatow movies like This is 40, Funny People, 40 Year Old Virgin, and Worked with Joey Soloway in Afternoon Delight Played opposite Ken Jeong in sitcom, Dr. Ken Camera operator in Christopher Guest's For Your Consideration Asia Street Comedy Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara n “Half Wits” on SCTV Plays Karen on Dead to Me (Liz Feldman) Joel Schumacher told her “too pretty” in 8MM Nicolas Cage obsessed with square pasta Modern Family car joke in question Boreanz still not doing coverage According to Jim is sick Hillary Clinton in POTUS the night Anne saw it James Caan is dead but yes he played Sonny in The Godfather Jennifer Affleck made a Funny Girl reference on her IG to announce her wedding to Ben Affleck J Lo was supposed to star in a tv version of Bye Bye Birdie
Episode 86 and Wendi and Dfernando revisit their Episode 20 guest interview with 4-time Emmy Award nominated costume designer Joseph La Corte. Following his passion for costume design, Joseph La Corte has worked on some of the most groundbreaking projects in film and television. From period and fantasy costumes, to contemporary clothing, Joseph brings his fine-tuned attention to detail and unbridled enthusiasm for design to all of his work.Joseph has worked on some of the most iconic shows in television including the critically acclaimed and multi-award winning FX limited-series FOSSE/VERDON, for which he received his fourth Emmy Award nomination. His talents can also be seen in many HBO series including THE SOPRANOS, BOARDWALK EMPIRE, VINYL, and DIVORCE. Other notable television credits include SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, LAW AND ORDER: SVU, and the Sci-Fi series from Amazon TALES FROM THE LOOP.His feature film dossier is no less impressive. Joseph contributed his expertise to the Academy Award winning film THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE OF EBBING, MISSOURI. Other notable film projects include BEL AMI, ALL THE KINGS MEN, SEX AND THE CITY 2, and SCHOOL OF ROCK. Whether the project calls for a modern sensibility, or an interpretation of the past, Joseph brings a true sense of authenticity to every costume he designs. Joseph's costume design work has taken him to such diverse locations as Japan, Morocco, France, England, and Hungary, as well as much of the United States and Canada. Joseph is happiest when working and creating and is always looking forward to new costume design adventures that may lie ahead.During the 2020 global COVID 19 pandemic, Joseph discovered the popular social media platform TikTok. Not being one to stay stagnant during quarantine, as @minettajoe he began to produce and perform in his highly popular solo TikTok video series of recreations from scenes of classic television shows like THE GOLDEN GIRLS to scenes from classic films like GREASE. Each video clip features Joseph inserted into the themed location and lip-syncing in full costume recreations. Though his hectic costume designing career has finally resumed post-COVID 19, his now-iconic videos still survive on his TikTok account, so many will continue to discover them. Joseph's most recent work can be seen on the acclaimed FX series UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN, Paramount Plus' GUILTY PARTY, and Amazon Prime's TALES FROM THE LOOP. And on Episode 86, Wendi and Dfernando talk about his getting ready for his move from New York City to Long Beach, and Wendi brings more of GORGEOUS LIVING, and QUEEN ENERGY with Emma Thompson and her new Hulu film GOOD LUCK TO YOU, LEO GRANDE and some body positivity. On the RIPE REPORT, Dfernando has the new Cuban-American remake of FATHER OF THE BRIDE, starring Andy Garcia and multi-Grammy Award winner Gloria Estefan (now streaming on HBO Max), and Wendi proudly boasts a little about her baby birds saving husband Greg Covey. Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their TEAM GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website. Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE... and our guest Joseph La Corte and his TikTokRemember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com
Pioneer of the mockumentary genre, Christopher Guest has molded movies from both on and off the screen. With a unique ability to embody and employ comedy for his films, they remain quirky and quotable beyond their years. So naturally, Matt Rogers is joined by friend of the show, Greta Titelman, to paw through the catalog that defines Guest's prowess. Fearless to present a strong cast of characters, the real pedigree of Guest's work includes “Best in Show,” exemplifying his ability to melt reality into comedy cult classics. Don't forget to submit your hot takes for our next movie club meeting on “The Birdcage” with #maxmovieclub to @hbomaxmovies on Twitter and Instagram! Watch on HBO via HBO Max: A Might Wind, Best in Show, and For Your Consideration through August 31, 2022 and Waiting for Guffman available October 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jim Piddock is an actor, writer, and producer. He made his theatrical debut in the U.S. in “The Boy's Own Story”, a one-man show about a soccer goalkeeper, at the Julian Theatre in San Francisco. He appeared in his first movie in the top-grossing film of 1989, “Lethal Weapon 2”, in which one of his lines, “But…you're black” in answer to Danny Glover's request to emigrate to South Africa, became a catchphrase for the film. But it is probably his diverse performances in the improvised Christopher Guest comedies “Best In Show” (as the Dog Show commentator with Fred Willard), “A Mighty Wind”, and “For Your Consideration” that he has gained the most attention as a chameleon-like character actor, barely recognizable from role to role. Jim and discuss Lethal Weapon 2, his guest spot on Friends, working with George C. Scott, writing with Christopher Guest and so much more! We also discuss Jim's book, Caught With My Pants Down. A must read! Our Guest, Jim Piddock https://jimpiddock.com/ IMDB Buy the book! Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #RejectedDogShowCategories from @HashtagsAGoGo. Tweets featured on the show are retweeted at @JeffDwoskinShow Follow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily! Follow @HashtagRoundup on Twitter! Download the Hashtag Roundup app Follow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff Dwoskin on Twitter The Jeff Dwoskin Show podcast on Twitter Podcast website Podcast on Instagram Yes, the show used to be called Live from Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode Donny and Phil talk about Stray Cat Rock: Sex Hunter (1970), Stage Fright (1987), The Company of Wolves (1984), The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), Circus of Fear (1966), The Leopard Man (1943), The 10th Victim (1965), Terminal Island (1973), Austin Powers: Goldmember (2002), The Snowman (2017), For Your Consideration (2006), Network (1976), Three Amigos (1986), The Plot Against America (2020) then discuss their thoughts on The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (2022)Join Donny and Phil next week where they share their thoughts on Firestarter (2022)
Sam Cheung, Carlyn Greenwald, and Ivan Vukovic, three regular everyday Americans, convene on the Queen's birthday to recap The Crown Season 3, Episode 10: Cri de Coeur. After breaking down Helena Bonham Carter's For Your Consideration episode, they take a step back and evaluate Season 3 of The Crown overall. Is it possible that the third season neglected Elizabeth?
Five years later, PTBN's Greatest WWE Wrestler Ever Project is being revisited, and For Your Consideration is back! In this episode, Good Ol' Will welcomes in Ryan Gray and Jennifer Smith to discuss the women of WWE that warrant consideration on the list, including Charlotte Flair, Ronda Rousey, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair and more! Information about PTBN's GWWE project can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gwwerevisited
Jim Piddock is an actor, writer, and producer, who began his career on the stage in England, before emigrating to the U.S. in his early twenties. He made his theatrical debut in the U.S. in “The Boy's Own Story”, a one-man show about a soccer goalkeeper, at the Julian Theatre in San Francisco. The show was an instant success with critics and audiences, winning Jim the Bay Area Critics' Best Actor Award. The show was then produced Off-Broadway and he quickly gained the attention of the New York theatre scene. That same year (1982), he was cast in Noel Coward's “Present Laughter” by George C. Scott, who directed/starred in the revival, which also featured Nathan Lane, Christine Lahti, Dana Ivey, and Kate Burton. The show was a big hit on Broadway and Piddock soon found himself appearing in a string of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, including the original US production of “Noises Off”, “The Knack” at the Roundabout Theatre, and “Make and Break” with Peter Falk at the Kennedy Center. After replacing Frank Langella in “Design For Living” at the Circle-In-The-Square theatre, he moved to Los Angeles and has since appeared in a long succession of tv shows, such as “The Tracey Ullman Show”, “Coach”, “Max Headroom”, “The Twilight Zone”, “Murder She Wrote”, “Mad About You”, “Angel”, “ER”, “Friends”, “Crossing Jordan”, “The Drew Carey Show”, “Lost”, “Monk”, “Without A Trace”, “Dollhouse”, “Party Down”, “Law And Order: LA”, “Castle”, “Two And A Half Men”, “Children's Hospital”, “Mom”, “The Royals”, and “The Grinder”. He has also starred in several notable tv movies and mini-series, like “From The Earth To The Moon”, “A Mom For Christmas”, “She Creature” on HBO, and “The Women Of Windsor”. He appeared in his first movie in the top-grossing film of 1989, “Lethal Weapon 2”, in which one of his lines, “But…you're black” in answer to Danny Glover's request to emigrate to South Africa, became a catchphrase for the film. Other feature film roles soon followed, including notable appearances in “Independence Day”, “Traces Of Red”, “Multiplicity”, “Burn Hollywood Burn”, “Austin Powers 3”, “A Different Loyalty”, “Love For Rent”, “See This Movie”, “Love For Rent”, “The Prestige”, “Epic Movie”, “Who's Your Caddy?”, “The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising”, “Meet The Spartans”, Woody Allen's “You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger”, “Get Him To The Greek”, “The Cold Light Of Day”, “The Five Year Engagement”, “1915”, “Think Like A Man Too”, and “Kill Your Friends”. But it is probably his diverse performances in the improvised Christopher Guest comedies “Best In Show” (as the Dog Show commentator with Fred Willard), “A Mighty Wind”, and “For Your Consideration” that he has gained the most attention as a chameleon-like character actor, barely recognizable from role to role. As a voice actor, he is most notable for providing the voice of Major Zero in the English version of the massively popular video game “Metal Gear Solid 3”, Bolero the Bull in the movie “Garfield 2”, and the fictional artistic director of Forever Young Films, Kenneth Loring, doing a hilarious commentary in the directors' cut of the Coen Brothers' “Blood Simple”. His voice work in animated tv series and in video games is extensive and includes “The Lion King”, “Extreme Ghostbusters”, “The New Batman Adventures”, “C-12: Final Resistance”, “Return To Castle Wolfenstein”, “The Lord Of The Rings”, “101 Dalmatians 2”, “The Bard's Tale”, “Dead Space: Downfall”, “Ben 10: Ultimate Alien”, Alfred in “Batman: Under The Red Hood”, “Batman: The Brave And The Bold”, “Skylanders: SWAP Force”, “Turbo FAST”, and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”. He currently released his best-selling book, “Caught With My Pants Down and Other Tales From A Life in Hollywood.” We are so grateful to have him as a guest on, “Black Canvas.”
Jim Piddock is an actor, writer, and producer, who began his career on the theater stage in England and the United States. From there, he moved on the small screen, appearing in such TV shows as The Tracey Ullman Show, Coach, Max Headroom, The Twilight Zone, Murder She Wrote, Mad About You, Angel, ER, Friends, Crossing Jordan, The Drew Carey Show, Lost, Monk, Without A Trace, Dollhouse, Party Down, Law And Order: LA, Castle, Two And A Half Men, Children's Hospital, Mom, The Royals, and The Grinder. You have also seen him on the big screen in major feature films such as Lethal Weapon 2, Independence Day, Austin Powers 3, Get Him To The Greek, Best in Show, A Mighty Wind and For Your Consideration. His memoir Caught With My Pants Down and other tales from a life in Hollywood is available March 23, 2022. Trailer for Jim's New Book: https://youtu.be/SeLfXgM_lTQLink to Order Jim's Book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3LMspprJim's Website: https://jimpiddock.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/realjimpiddockWe'd love to get your feedback about our show. Constructive criticism is always welcomed. Please email your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to leave five star reviews and tell your friends about us - hell, even tell your enemies about us.
Five years later, PTBN's Greatest WWE Wrestler Ever Project is being revisited, and For Your Consideration is back! In this episode, Good Ol' Will From Texas and Tyler Kelley welcome in guests John Hedgepeth and Kris Zellner to discuss wrestlers who competed in Ring of Honor prior to their WWE careers. The crew discusses Seth Rollins, Daniel Bryan, Samoa Joe, Kevin Owens, Adam Cole, Kyle O'Reilly, Roderick Strong, Sami Zayn, AJ Styles & CM Punk. Information about PTBN's GWWE project can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gwwerevisited
Jim Piddock is a British actor and writer best known for his work with Christopher Guest on the films Best In Show, A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration and Mascots, the last of which he co-wrote and produced. His other film appearances include Get Him to the Greek with Russell Brand, Woody Allen's You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, Epic Movie, Austin Powers Goldmember, Independence Day and Lethal Weapon 2. On TV he's been in Friends, Modern Family, Designated Survivor, Get Shorty, Two and a Half Men, ER, Law & Order: LA, Without a Trace, Monk, Lost, Murder She Wrote and The Twilight Zone. He wrote and produced the film Tooth Fairy staring Dwayne ‘The Rock' Johnson. Jim Piddock is guest 174 on My Time Capsule and he chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he'd like to preserve and one he'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Jim Piddock's book, Caught with My Pants Down and Other Tales from a Life in Hollywood is available now in the UK & US.Follow Jim Piddock on Twitter: @realjimpiddock .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Five years later, PTBN's Greatest WWE Wrestler Ever Project is being revisited, and For Your Consideration is back! In this episode, Good Ol' Will and Tyler Kelley welcome in Hasan Mulla and Esteban (El Boricua) to discuss the WWE careers of wrestlers currently working in AEW, including Dean Ambrose, Cody Rhodes, Neville, Rusev, Chris Jericho, Daniel Bryan and many more! Information about PTBN's GWWE project can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gwwerevisited
Five years later, PTBN's Greatest WWE Wrestler Ever Project is being revisited, and For Your Consideration is back! In this episode, Good Ol' Will From Texas and Tyler Kelley welcome in guests Johnny Sorrow and Marty "Superstar" Sleeze to discuss wrestlers who have had WWE World and/or Universal Title reigns in the last five years. The crew discusses Roman Reigns, Drew McIntyre, Kofi Kingston, Big E, Bobby Lashley, Goldberg and many more! Information about PTBN's GWWE project can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gwwerevisited
Hey film buds,this month we have been focusing on Historic Best Pictures Winners from the Academy Awards, and this week we decided to bring in an expert. Zach Laws, a former mentor of Paul's and Gold Derby Writer, is helping us discuss the cultural shifts of the 60s and 70s that caused a shift in filmmaking.Our first film is the anti-racism Thriller, In the Heat of the Night. It is a gritty, deep-fried noir story that centers on officers of the law from different backgrounds trying to come together and find a murderer. The film is one of three that the incredible Sidney Poitier starred in that year, all of which were focused on race relations in America. We'll look at the film in its context and discuss how it stands against today.Second is the epic wartime biopic, Patton. The film tells the story of the controversial General Patton in World War II, and was released in a time when anti-war sentiment was at a high. It marks part of the shift in American filmmaking to grittier depictions of the world, and includes some of the most striking visuals of any war film. We'll discuss the depiction of history in the film, and whether it has aged better than the man himself did.Beyond these movies we talk about Academy Award news, Black History in the Oscars, What We're Watching, and more. If you missed it, be sure to check out last week's episode.Thanks y'all,The BudsPS Follow Zach on Instagram, Twitter, and Letterboxd. And since we mentioned Wings and Blackboard Jungle, check those out too. Episode GuideIntro & Hollywood History w/ Zach Laws - 00:00In the Heat of the Night Clip - 11:47In the Heat of the Night Review - 12:27Patton Clip - 42:58Patton Review - 43:33Oscar News, For Your Consideration, What We're Watching, Mark Harris Books and Outro - 01:19:41Total Runtime - 01:45:49Be a Friend to the Film Buds:email@example.com/thebudsthefilmbuds.bandcamp.com@filmbuds on Twitter@thefilmbudspodcast on InstagramPaul's Letterboxd
Five years later, PTBN's Greatest WWE Wrestler Ever Project is being revisited, and For Your Consideration is back! In this episode, Good Ol' Will and Tyler Kelley welcome in JT Rozzero & Scott Criscuolo to dive into their top five wrestlers from 2017. They discuss why they ranked that highly on the original list, if they may move up or drop in 2022 and any others that may be considered as well! Information about PTBN's GWWE project can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gwwerevisited
This originally aired in video format on The Best Ever You Network, 2/6/22 here: Inspired by the works of his Academy Award-winning father, Begley became an actor. He first gained major notoriety for his portrayal of Dr. Victor Ehrlich on the long-running television series, ST. ELSEWHERE for which he received six of his Emmy nominations. Since then he has moved easily between feature film, television, streaming and theatre. Begley has appeared in the Christopher Guest films A MIGHTY WIND, BEST IN SHOW and FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION. Other feature film credits include BOOK CLUB, PINEAPPLE EXPRESS, BATMAN FOREVER, THE ACCIDENTAL TOURIST, THE INLAWS and countless more. On television, Begley has recurred on ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, PORTLANDIA, BETTER CALL SAUL, MODERN FAMILY, VERONICA MARS, SIX FEET UNDER and SEVENTH HEAVEN among others. He received his seventh Emmy nominated for the streaming series CTRL ALT DELETE. He has also guest starred on many other series including THE NEW ADVENTURES OF OLD CHRISTINE, THE WEST WING, THE PRACTICE, BOSTON LEGAL and dozens more. Ed Begley, Jr. is currently recurring on the CBS series YOUNG SHELDON and was recently a series regular on ABC's BLESS THIS MESS and Netflix's FUTURE MAN. Begley is a Golden Globe and seven-time Emmy nominated actor who for decades, has been a champion and educator for causes dedicated to protecting the earth. In support of this work, he starred opposite his lovely wife and daughter on the hit eco-reality shows LIVING WITH ED and ON BEGLEY STREET. Visit: begleysbest.com
On this 88th podcast I am joined by Kenzie Vanunu to talk about the upcoming BAFTA nominations. Kenzie and I break down the writing, acting, directing and Best Film categories as well as try and tackle the always difficult to predict Rising Star nominees. Throughout the podcast we detail the changes in BAFTA voting that were enacted last season (that also gave us wild snubs like Gary Oldman, Carey Mulligan and Olivia Colman), how those new rules will impact this year's results and who will be helped and hurt by BAFTAs choices. Best Actress is one of this year's most contentious categories and at BAFTA we're very likely to see many of the top Oscar contenders missing - outside of the chapter-voted top two - in favor of more local-grown talent. But who's getting snubbed - Lady Gaga? Jessica Chastain? Kristen Stewart? ALL of them? Support for this podcast and the following message comes from MGM Studios' and United Artists Releasing's RESPECT. Jennifer Hudson is Aretha Franklin in the true story of the icon's musical and spiritual journeys. She overcomes controlling men and inner demons and, empowered by family friend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., becomes a civil rights activist. With Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans, and Audra McDonald. Critics say this is “Another Oscar worthy performance from Jennifer Hudson” that has been hailed as “electrifying.” For Your Consideration in all categories including Best Actress - Jennifer Hudson. This podcast runs 1h 45m with intro and music.
We have so much to discuss on this new episode! We obviously dive into Bravo including RHOSLC and Summer House and also talk about Cheer season 2. Then we are divided on Burley Oaks Brewing's The Big Salad (yes its a Seinfeld reference) and we talk about a movie that made us HA but not HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, 2006's For Your Consideration. While we are meh about the movie, it fits perfectly into our continuing theme of "About Hollywood". Plus Mike is stunned to find out that Harley does not know about Siskel & Ebert, but at least she knows about Siegfried & Roy. Follow, rate, review, like, subscribe and follow on insta:@brewsonfilm
On this 87th podcast I am joined by AwardsWatch staff writer Zach Gilbert to break down the big guild nominations - WGA, DGA and PGA - that are happening this week. With the Writers Guild eligibility list omitted several top contenders, including Oscar frontrunners, Zach and I agree on most of our predictions with a few outliers seeking one of the final spots. Same goes for the Directors Guild, in both the main award and the First Time Feature award, where we are 4/5 in agreement in two very competitive categories. The Producers Guild of America nominations is where things get tough as we align on 8/10 in a year where the Oscars return to a straight 10 nominees. Not even in the first two years of 10 nominees (2009 and 2010) did PGA and Oscar lineup exactly so the race is on between House of Gucci, No Time to Die, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Nightmare Alley, The Tragedy of Macbeth and more for those spots, both at PGA and Oscar. Nominations for the Writers Guild, Directors Guild and Producers Guild are Thursday, January 27. Support for this podcast and the following message comes from MGM Studios' and United Artists Releasing's No Time to Die, produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. Daniel Craig concludes his five-film portrayal of James Bond in No Time to Die. Joining forces with his MI6 team and a new generation of agents, Bond faces the highest stakes of his espionage career and emotionally explores the sacrifices of heroism. Critics are hailing - “No Time to Die will be remembered for its emotional impact above all.” You can watch it everywhere you rent movies. For Your Consideration in all categories including Best Picture of The Year. This podcast runs 1h 1m 30s with intro and music.
This week Jordan Bell and guest host Cortni Richardson are joined by the local band Graygarden. Graygarden came on to talk about the release of their debut album entitled “For Your Consideration” digitally Jan 28th and physically on Jan 29th at American Dream HiFi in Kokomo. Today they talk about their journey as a band, what they like about this album, and most importantly, what is their most bizarre Kokomo memory. Check out all of this and more including a live performance of the first single off their album, “Svengali” live at Outhouse Studios!
Spencer the new Princess Di film is this For Your Consideration. We spend most of this podcast talking about the royal family and working our way back to the film. Kstew is a treasure. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Find James @jameswill0x Find Carolyn @carolyndunk93
In this For Your Consideration we cover The Lost Daughter. I'm still not entirely sure how I feel about this movie, which makes it worth watching. But the conversation we have about the film is good and I hope you enjoy it. E-mail us at email@example.com Find James @jameswill0x Find Carolyn @carolyndunk93
On podcast #86 I welcome, for the first time, Christina Jeurling Birro, from Pop Culture Confidential. You probably know Christina from her PCC podcast, which I've guest on several times but she's finally here and I couldn't be happier. In just an hour, Christina and I break down the Golden Globes winners and non-ceremony last Sunday, and the one-two punch of BAFTA longlist and Screen Actors Guild nomination announcements announcements that happened within an hour of each in the early hours of Wednesday morning. We dive into the surprise SAG mentions for Bradley Cooper and Ben Affleck at the expense of the Belfast boys, the shocking snub of Kristen Stewart and who showed up at BAFTA and why it matters. Support for this podcast and the following message comes from MGM Studios' and United Artists Releasing's House of Gucci. Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Lady Gaga, Adam Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons, with Salma Hayek, and Al Pacino,House of Gucci is inspired by the true story of the family empire behind the Italian fashion house of Gucci. Critics have hailedHouse of Gucci as “One of the best films of the year. A supremely entertaining and revealing drama from Ridley Scott.” and that the cast displays a “masterclass in acting” with “the best performances of the year.” Nominated for 4 Critics Choice Awards and 3 Screen Actors Guild Awards including Best Supporting Actor Jared Leto and Best Actress Lady Gaga, winner of the New York Film Critics Circle for Best Actress Spanning three decades of love, betrayal, decadence, revenge, and ultimately murder, we see what a name means, what it's worth, and how far a family will go for control. For Your Consideration in all categories including Best Picture of the Year. This podcast runs 1h 5m with sponsorship, intro and music.
In this week's web-slinging episode, we are delighted to be joined by KTLA film critic, writer, podcaster, Q&A moderator, and huge Star Trek fan, the amazing Scott Mantz! And yeah, we're spoiling the heck out of No Way Home, so be warned! SPOILERS AHEAD! What a way to close out the year. Check out Scott Mantz's slick website for reviews, Q&As, Videos, and more! See him on twitter: @moviemantz Check out his podcast all about Star Trek, Enterprise Incidents And check out "For Your Consideration" on Youtube! Find us elsewhere: Twitter: @the_beniverse Instagram: @the.beniverse and @bind_media Youtube: The Beniverse See more podcasts and reviews at bentothemovies.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
It's almost Christmas but the real gift for awards watchers is the Oscars shortlist announcement! On this 84th podcast, I'm joined by Will Mavity of Next Best Picture to talk about Original Score, Original Song, Makeup and Hairstyling, Visual Effects, Sound, Documentary Feature and International Feature Film and who we think is getting in when the official list comes in on December 21. Throughout the podcast we highlight how categories like Original Score and Song often nominate well known names and the challenges of being a new name here as well as break down one of the most competitive - and most Eurocentric - International Feature Film competition in years. 2022 Oscar Shortlist predictions: Expect love for ‘Dune,' ‘Don't Look Up,' ‘The Harder They Fall' and more Support for this podcast and the following message comes from MGM Studios' and United Artists Releasing's LICORICE PIZZA – a film written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. LICORICE PIZZA tells the story of Alana Kane and Gary Valentine growing up, running around, and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley, 1973. Named Best Film of 2021 by the National Board of Review, and nominated for eight Critics Choice Awards including Best Picture. Now playing in select theaters in seventy millimeter. Everywhere Christmas day. For Your Consideration in all categories including Best Picture of the Year. This podcast runs 1h 7m with music.
In this For Your Consideration it's the movie event of the year, Titante. It was my most anticipated movie of the year. Carolyn's not so much. Does it live up to my expectations? Is this pod just us trying to figure out if we like this movie? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Find James @jameswill0x Find Carolyn @carolyndunk93
In this For Your Consideration we watched The Power Of The Dog. An excellent movie, but it doesn't have a lot of dogs. So can it be good? Tune in to find out. E-mail us at email@example.com Find James @jameswill0x Find Carolyn @carolyndunk93
On this 83rd podcast I am joined by the fabulous Sophia Ciminello and fantastic Nick Ruhrkraut of the Oscar Wild Podcast (like and subscribe!). After a brief razzing of Nick over The Power of the Dog, we settle into looking at how the National Board of Review and New York Film Critics Circle kicked off the critics awards season and what it all means. We dive into the NBR and NYFCC Best Actress wins for Rachel Zegler (West Side Story) and Lady Gaga (House of Gucci), respectively, and the stat that favors at least one of them to get in. We also take a look at how the Top 10 Films lists from NBR and AFI, especially where they crossover, and how those lists might end up looking like a Best Picture 10. That takes us to a sojourn about the differences between initial critics social responses to films (like Being the Ricardos, Don't Look Up and House of Gucci) vs what the reviews end up looking like. We also dig into the Best Actor category, packed full of previous winners and nominees and wonder if the 41-year stat of a first-time nominee will hold this year or finally fall. In that conversation we look at the two main contenders to keep it going: Peter Dinklage in Cryano and Clifton Collins, Jr. in Jockey. Support for this podcast and the following message comes from MGM Studios' and United Artists Releasing's CYRANO. From Joe Wright, the award-winning director of PRIDE & PREJUDICE, ATONEMENT, and DARKEST HOUR. A lush, musical retelling of the timeless tale of Cyrano de Bergerac set against a baroque cityscape, CYRANO is a symphony of romance and beauty that belies a heartbreaking love triangle. Starring Peter Dinklage, Haley Bennett, and Kelvin Harrison Jr., critics are calling CYRANO “one of the best films of the year.” For Your Consideration in all categories including Best Picture. Opens in select cities in January. Everywhere February 4. This podcast runs 57m 56s with music.
Welcome to episode one of COOL HAND CRYPTO! CINEMA + CULTURE + CRYPTO — In this episode of Cool Hand Crypto, Matt speaks with entertainment journalist Jeff Sneider on the the value of NFTs in Hollywood. They discuss Quentin Tarantino auctioning scanned pages from Pulp Fiction as an NFT, Kevin Smith selling his next film Killroy as an NFT, the value of DAOs and decentralized filmmaking, and the passing fads of social platforms. — Jeff Sneider is a veteran entertainment reporter who has spent the past 15 years writing for Variety, TheWrap, Mashable, and Collider, in addition to serving as Editor-in-Chief of The Tracking Board. Jeff currently serves as a weekly columnist for LAMag.com and he has also written for MTV Movies Blog, Hollywood Life, AICN, Washington Square News and the Colorado Springs Independent. He is the host of The Sneider Cut podcast as well as the awards-themed show For Your Consideration, and the former host of Meet the Movie Press. Jeff is a 2006 graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where he studied screenwriting. He agrees with two-time Oscar winner William Goldman, who famously said of Hollywood, "nobody knows anything." Follow Jeff's movie picks at: http://theinsneider.blogspot.com/ Twitter: @TheInSneider — Watch and subscribe to Cool Hand Crypto on YouTube at: https://tinyurl.com/CoolHandCryptoYouTube For the latest episodes and updates head to: http://CoolHandCrypto.com/ #CoolHandCrypto
Our guest panelist tonight is municipal integrity commissioner Melinda Munro. She joins Don, Jon, and Doug to talk about proposed reforms to municipal codes of conduct in Ontario and first impressions of the upcoming city budget.Rose City Politics broadcast live on tape thanks to the kind support of LiUNA 625: building better communities. Support the show at patreon.com/RoseCityPolitics.Doug's For Your Consideration item: https://www.wired.com/story/pakistan-digital-database-family-design/
We watched a musical for this For Your Consideration, as an avid musical hater this movie was okay. The best parts were the non-musical parts. You know, the movie parts. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Find James @jameswill0x Find Carolyn @carolyndunk93
In this For Your Consideration we talk about a marvel movie. I never though noted superhero hater Carolyn would like one more than me. At one point she hated horror films, now she loves them. Give her two years and she'll be a big MCU head. E-mail us at email@example.com Find James @jameswill0x Find Carolyn @carolyndunk93
Here's a special episode for ya. A recap of the year and a chance to hear the best of the best of prime time shows! This is For Your Consideration for the 1st Annual Frequé Awards! In this episode: Hosted by Sevan Najarian and James Bristow Enter the Dark Ep. 3 Ghosters Ep. 12 Stripper Squad Ep. 9 Caveman Cove Ep. 1 Dumb Fantasy Ep. 2 Hyperfuckfaced Ep. 2 Making the Frequency Ep. 2 Assshitter Andromeda Episode 3 Frequé Awards will be live on twitch.tv/channel101official December 11th at 8pm PST. Here's our soundcloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/frequency101official Nomiate your favorites here before Monday 11/22/21: https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/Z8MlFhd3
This week we see which films and actors are up for the consideration of an Academy Award, as we talk about the Christopher Guest film, For Your Consideration. Will Marilyn, Victor, Brian or Callie win an award? Or has someone taken an article way out of proportion?
Passing is the first movie we have covered in For Your Consideration that feels like a real contender to win a whole bunch of statues. It's great people should watch it. Also this is a spoiler pod so listen at your own risk. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Find James @jameswill0x Find Carolyn @carolyndunk93
We hope TJ would be proud that we didn't quit when Landon beat Wes.On this episode, we tell you who won our Challenge competitor bracket. We discuss how we seeded (again), who won by big margins, and who barely squeaked by. Tangents include but aren't limited to: Beth (she's a tangent), Devin's domination as the most wanted man in Challenge 37, and, excitingly, America's Band The Beach Boys *Ebmaj-->Bbmaj*. Brother Bryce joins us again, too! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
On this week's For Your Consideration, Collider's awards experts Scott Mantz, Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider recap the 2021 Oscars, from inevitable winners like Nomadland and its director, Chloé Zhao, to upsets in both of the lead acting categories. Before delving into the winners, the FYC hosts discuss the unprecedented ceremony itself, which saw producers Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher and Jesse Collins decide to end the show with Best Actor rather than Best Picture, leading to an awkward anticlimax. While the gang appreciates the fact that the producers took a big swing, the timing was certainly suspect, and the switcheroo did not pay off, as Anthony Hopkins wasn't even there to accept his award, and presenter Joaquin Phoenix was left looking like a deer in headlights. Elsewhere, Scott and Jeff relive their big bet this year after Jeff's pick Frances McDormand held off stiff competition from SAG Award winner Viola Davis and presumed favorite Carey Mulligan as well as young ingenues Andra Day and Vanessa Kirby. Perri also got a chance to gloat, as she predicted that Mank would beat out Nomadland for Best Cinematography. This marks the final FYC episode of the season, so thank you for watching this year! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's For Your Consideration, Collider's awards experts Scott Mantz, Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider recap the 2021 Oscars, from inevitable winners like Nomadland and its director, Chloé Zhao, to upsets in both of the lead acting categories. Before delving into the winners, the FYC hosts discuss the unprecedented ceremony itself, which saw producers Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher and Jesse Collins decide to end the show with Best Actor rather than Best Picture, leading to an awkward anticlimax. While the gang appreciates the fact that the producers took a big swing, the timing was certainly suspect, and the switcheroo did not pay off, as Anthony Hopkins wasn't even there to accept his award, and presenter Joaquin Phoenix was left looking like a deer in headlights. Elsewhere, Scott and Jeff relive their big bet this year after Jeff's pick Frances McDormand held off stiff competition from SAG Award winner Viola Davis and presumed favorite Carey Mulligan as well as young ingenues Andra Day and Vanessa Kirby. Perri also got a chance to gloat, as she predicted that Mank would beat out Nomadland for Best Cinematography. This marks the final FYC episode of the season, so thank you for watching this year, and please leave a COMMENT on today's episode below. Remember to RATE and SUBSCRIBE to this feed and check us out at https://collider.com for more content year-round. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's For Your Consideration, Collider's awards experts Scott Mantz, Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider offer their final 2021 Oscar predictions in all 23 categories. Yes, there are usually 24 categories, but keep in mind that the Academy will combine the two sound awards going forward. The FYC hosts are in agreement that there is a clear frontrunner for Best Picture this year as well as Best Director, even though Scott can still foresee a scenario in which voters try to spread the love, causing a split. Three of the four acting categories appear to be locked down as well, though there's still debate surrounding Best Actress, which prompts Scott and Jeff to make another bet! Elsewhere, the short films can make or break any ballot, but the gang seems to come to a consensus regarding all three winners, though as we know, anything can happen when it comes to those categories. There's also some debate swirling around Best Editing (Sound of Metal or Trial of the Chicago 7), Best Cinematography (Nomadland or Mank), and Best Production Design, which could go to Mank, The Father or Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, which seems poised to win Best Costume Design and Best Makeup and Hairstyling. The final FYC episode of the season will arrive the day after the Oscars so be sure to come back on Monday, April 26 to watch Scott, Perri and Jeff discuss the winners, the surprises, and the Steven Soderbergh-produced ceremony itself. Please leave a COMMENT on today's episode below, remember to LIKE and SHARE this video on social media, and SUBSCRIBE to the channel for more awards content like FYC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's For Your Consideration, Collider's awards experts Scott Mantz, Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider recap this year's SAG Award winners and discuss whether or not they'll influence the Oscar race. The big surprise over the weekend was Viola Davis' SAG win for Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, as many experts had pegged the race between Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman) and two-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand (Nomadland). Recent Golden Globe winner Andra Day (The United States Vs. Billie Holliday) was not nominated for a SAG Award this year, which may have paved the way for Davis' upset victory. The FYC hosts agree that Chadwick Boseman's posthumous SAG win cements him as the frontrunner for Best Actor at the Oscars, where the runner-ups will continue to be Riz Ahmed (Sound of Metal) and Anthony Hopkins (The Father). Meanwhile, Daniel Kaluuya (Judas and the Black Messiah) remains the frontrunner for Best Supporting Actor following a successful hosting stint on Saturday Night Live. Finally, Minari star Yuh-jung Youn triumphed at the SAG Awards, beating out buzzy newcomer Maria Bakalova, who had been tipped to win via a "leak" that proved incorrect in that category. Jeff has long pegged the veteran performer as the likely winner for Best Supporting Actress, though Olivia Colman is a past Oscar winner who could always surprise for her turn in The Father. This episode of For Your Consideration is brought to you by Movies Anywhere, a service designed for movie collectors that brings all of your favorite films together in one spot, even if they were purchased in different places. Don't miss Movies Anywhere's 'Biggest. Offer. Ever.' - for a limited time only, purchase one of thousands of movies and get a bonus movie. Purchase awards-season favorites like The Social Network or Joker through a connected, participating digital retailer, and receive a digital code for a bonus movie from the studio that released your purchased movie. You can choose up to four bonus movies, one from each participating studio (Disney, Sony, Warner Bros. and Universal). This offer is good through April 12th - some exclusions apply. All bonus codes must be redeemed by 11:59pm eastern time April 26, 2021. *LIMITED TIME ONLY. RESTRICTIONS APPLY. Offer expires at 11:59 PM EDT on April 12, 2021. Registration with Movies Anywhere required. Open to U.S. residents 13+. You must purchase a Movies Anywhere-eligible movie from a digital retailer that is linked to your Movies Anywhere account. For complete details, visit MoviesAnywhere.com/bonusoffer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's For Your Consideration, Collider's awards experts Scott Mantz, Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider weigh in on all the Oscar nominations, from Mank, which led the field with 10 nominations, to the surprising snubs of both One Night in Miami and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom in the Best Picture category. It seems that Judas and the Black Messiah was the late-breaking entry that threw a wrench into awards season, as not only did the film earn nominations for Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay, but it also picked up a pair of Supporting Actor noms for its two stars, Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield. Apparently, the two title characters were supporting each other the whole time. Meanwhile, Glenn Close edged out Ellen Burstyn for a Supporting Actress nomination, and David Fincher did make the cut for Best Director, though the real story of that category is how Chloe Zhao and Emerald Fennell made history, as the Academy has never nominated two female filmmakers in the same year before. The next FYC episode will arrive following the SAG Awards in early April, so be sure to give this one a watch or listen since it's the last one for a few weeks. Please remember RATE and SUBSCRIBE to this podcast for more awards content! Follow @Scott Mantz - https://twitter.com/MovieMantz Follow @Perri Nemiroff - https://twitter.com/PNemiroff Follow Jeff - https://twitter.com/TheInSneider Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's For Your Consideration, Collider's awards experts Scott Mantz, Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider weigh in on the DGA and PGA Award nominations and whether they'll have any influence on next week's Oscar nominations before making their own Best Picture predictions. The central question at the heart of this episode is whether Spike Lee's Vietnam drama Da 5 Bloods will manage to earn a surprise Best Picture nominee, thereby giving Netflix a presumed fourth contender in that category following The Trial of the Chicago 7, Mank and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Be sure to subscribe to this podcast for future installments, including our Oscar Nominations episode next week! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One of the films that has been flying under the radar this awards season is A24's First Cow from writer-director Kelly Reichardt. The film boasts a 95 percent fresh rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, and nearly every review has singled out Orion Lee for his terrific performance as King-Lu, a Chinese immigrant on the run for killing a Russian man, who also dreams of owning his own farm one day. Born in Hong Kong, Lee has been acting for more than a decade now, making appearances in blockbusters like Justice League and Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi, and recurring on the FX series Tyrant. After years of paying his dues onscreen, Lee finally landed a role he could really sink his teeth into with First Cow, for which he was nominated for a Gotham Award for breakthrough actor, as well as an Independent Spirit Award for his supporting turn in the film. With the voting deadline for Oscar nominations approaching soon, Collider's For Your Consideration host Scott Mantz sat down with Lee and asked him about working with Reichardt, filming in Oregon with co-star John Magaro, and why First Cow was such a gratifying project to be a part of. Enjoy the interview! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's For Your Consideration, Collider's awards experts Scott Mantz, Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider weigh in on the WGA Award nominations, though they concede that the WGA doesn't influence the Oscar nominations too much due to how many screenplays are considered ineligible. That said, they can feel Judas and the Black Messiah gaining some momentum, which is reflected in their own predictions for Best Original Screenplay. Meanwhile, the FYC hosts are torn as to whether Mank helmer David Fincher is a lock for a Best Director nomination. Jeff thinks he'll have enough support from Academy voters to secure a slot, but Scott and Perri are more confident in Emerald Fennell and Lee Isaac Chung's chances for Promising Young Woman and Minari, respectively. The gang aims to record new FYC episodes on a weekly basis going forward, so give this one a watch or listen, and make sure to RATE and REVIEW this podcast, or check us out on video at https://youtube.com/collider! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's For Your Consideration, Collider's awards experts Scott Mantz, Perri Nemiroff and Jeff Sneider weigh in on the SAG Award nominations and why the guild snubbed presumed nominees Delroy Lindo, Amanda Seyfried, Paul Raci and Ellen Burstyn. After running down the list of nominees, Scott, Perri and Jeff turn their attention to their own predictions in the acting categories. There's a slot available in Best Supporting Actress that is more than open to debate, with Perri leaning towards young Helena Zengel, Scott embracing veteran Ellen Burstyn, and Jeff backing Glenn Close even though Hillbilly Elegy wasn't great. The FYC hosts are also torn on whether Chadwick Boseman is a lock for a second Oscar nomination for Da 5 Bloods, seeing as how that movie was largely ignored by both SAG and the Golden Globes. The gang aims to record new FYC episodes on a weekly basis going forward, so give this one a watch or listen, and make sure to leave a COMMENT below and RATE & REVIEW this podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED 11/12/2020 Kaitlin finally returns to talk about another Christopher Guest movie, but this one strays ever so slightly from his run up to this point. "For Your Consideration" is not a faux-documentary per se, but it plays much like one, with a few cinematic exceptions. Catherine O'Hara truly stars in this Hollywood satire supported by the Guest staples we all love: Eugene Levy, Fred Willard, Jane Lynch, Harry Shearer, Jennifer Coolidge, Michael McKean, John Michael Higgins...we could go on on and on with this one!