Mark Bomback had never made anyone cry with previous films. He is best known for action-packed movies like The War of Planet of the Apes and Total Recall. But after reading the best-selling book The Art of Racing in the Rain by author Garth Stein, Bomback did two things: adopted his yellow lab Jagger and wrote a tear-jerking-screenplay. A golden retriever, Enzo (voice by Kevin Costner) believes that after dogs die, they are reincarnated as a human. This philosophy drives Enzo to learn everything he can from his racecar driving human played by Milo Ventimiglia. Enzo helps his family navigate moments of joy and great sorrow, paying close attention in the hopes that next time, he can be one of them. Join host James Jacobson for a moving and funny conversation with Mark Bomback about love, dogs, and Enzo's philosophy. About Mark Bomback In 1994 Mark Bomback got his first job: as an assistant for Eagles' guitarist Glenn Frey. He held that job for a year before going on to become a screenwriter. His first credited screenplay was The Night Caller (1998). He has since gone on to co-write the scripts for numerous blockbuster films, including Live Free or Die Hard (2007), The Wolverine (2013) and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014). He's also done uncredited rewrites on several other high-profile films, such as Fifty Shades of Grey (2015), Logan (2017) and The Mummy (2017.) His most recent project is the crime drama miniseries Defending Jacob produced by Apple TV+, and the American war drama film White Bird: A Wonder Story (2022). The Art of Racing in the Rain on IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1478839/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us! Dogs know that the most delicious and nourishing treats are often found on the ground. In “The Long Leash,” we rescue tasty scraps from the editing room floor in an unscripted interview show If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of Rank My Movies we profile one of the biggest actors of the 90's. He has some all-time classics and some all-time flops. This week it's Kevin Costner! / Hosted by Brandon and Malinda Benson / New Episode Every Thursday / Our Podcast is available where ever you listen to your podcasts / Follow Us On..... https://www.facebook.com/rankmymovies/ , https://twitter.com/rankmymovies , https://www.instagram.com/rankmymovies/ and check out our website https://rankmymovies.com. / We are now part of The Podbreed Network so please check out all the shows at https://www.podbreed.com/References: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000126/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm, https://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/kevin-michael-costner-2078.php, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Costner#:~:text=He%20attended%20Mt.,Fullerton%20(CSUF)%20in%201978., https://www.notstarring.com/actors/costner-kevin, Support the show
BATTER UP! Baseball has begun, 30 games into the season, Dave's team, Baltimore, is already out of it, Mikey doesn't care because Dallas Cowboys play the foosball and not the baseball, and #TwitterlessDrEarl is out and about, saving lives, delivering babies and politicking. So, we bring in Roth from Wyoming, co-host of Good Day for a Movie Podcast, and Deucecast Discorder Extraordinaire, to help figure out which one of these 32 incredible baseball roles head to the Big Bracket of Ep 600! First up, the return of WORD UP! to the show -- discussions on Doctor Strange, on Netflix failings, and Top Gun Maverick prospects. Plus, some other random chitter chatter before the tourney takes over. Roth, Mikey, and d$ set out to determine the best modern day baseball role in movie history, with everything from Wild Thing to a double dose of Costner to Tony Danza and Tom Selleck and Bernie Mac and a few chicks even make the final line up. Great discussion, great film memories. MOVIES DISCUSSED IN THIS EP: Angels in the Outfield The Babe Bad News Bears Brewster's Millions Bull Durham Cobb Eight Men Out Field of Dreams For Love of the Game 42 Hardball League of Her Own Little Big League Major League Moneyball Mr Baseball Mr 3000 The Natural The Pride of the Yankees The Rookie The Sandlot The Scout
This week, Stacie takes a peek at the two marriages, and workplace conduct, of former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle, while Alicia tells the tale of Kevin Costner's $80 million divorce, and apparently epic midlife crisis. Sponsors BEING Trans. Experience the world through the eyes of four transgender individuals living in Los Angeles. From Lemonada Media's BEING Studios, BEING Trans is available now, wherever you get your podcasts. Betterhelp.com/trashy – Get 10% off your first month when you sign up at the link! The Oak Tree Group. Mention Trashy Divorces for your free one hour financial preparedness conversation. Call 770-319-1700 or visit them on the web at theoaktreegroup.net. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Actor Dwier Brown(John Kinsella from Field of Dreams) joins us to tell us some secrets from the iconic movie, why the catch scene took 2 weeks to shoot & the difficulty doing it after his own Father passed one month prior, how the cars driving up scene happened without CGI and how Kevin Costner almost died. All that - more!Follow us on Social Media: Website:https://www.sportscardnationpodcast.com Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Sportscardnationpodcast/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/Sportscardnati1?s=20 Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/sportscardnationpodcast/YouTube:https://youtube.com/c/SportsCardNationPodcasthttps://www.flow.page/sportscardnationpodcast
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"Imperfect follower of Jesus and really imperfect mother to two amazing human beings! Grateful to be able to do what I love!" - KLG New York Times bestselling author Kathie Lee Gifford reveals heartwarming, entertaining conversations between people and personalities who both agree and disagree about who Jesus is, his role throughout history, and his presence in our lives today. For decades Kathie Lee has had deep conversations about her faith with anyone who is interested in talking about it. What she discovered early on is most people are very willing to talk about Jesus: atheists, agnostics, Scientologists, Jews, broken-hearted Catholics, confused Baptists, Pentecostals, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Hindus alike. While some of the people Kathie Lee has spoken with do not share her belief that Jesus is the Messiah—as prophesied for centuries by prophets in the Hebrew scriptures—they nonetheless have a universal fascination with Him. This singular man who lived more than two thousand years ago, and never traveled more than one hundred miles from where He was born, managed to change the entire world. Even the way we delineate history (BC/AD) comes from His short thirty-three years of life. In The Jesus I Know, Kathie Lee shares cherished conversations that she's had with others who find Jesus to be an ancient historical figure who somehow continues to be an undeniably magnetic, relevant presence in the modern world. Those conversations include actors like Kristin Chenoweth and Cynthia Garrett, with stories of Craig Ferguson and Kevin Costner, newsmakers and news personalities like Kris Jenner, Megyn Kelly, Jason Kennedy, and Janice Dean, performers like Chynna Phillips Baldwin, Brian Welch, Jimmie Allen, and Jimmy Wayne, hitmakers like Louis York and David Pomeranz, as well as those coming from other faith traditions. Using Kathie Lee's favorite Scripture passages as scaffolding, these thought-provoking exchanges will bring His teachings to life before your very eyes. SOCIAL MEDIA: INSTAGRAM: @kathielgifford TWITTER: @kathielgifford
Remember the 1980's movie “Field of Dreams” with Kevin Costner? He plays a farmer who is roaming out in his field one day, and he hears a voice. “Build it and he will come.” He has no idea what the voice means until he starts taking action and listening to the subsequent messages the voice gives him. The idea of “build it and they will come” makes for a compelling movie, but it's not true in the real world. People don't show up just because you build something. Rather, people show up when they are interested or when they will receive something helpful or entertaining. On this episode, you'll discover a new way to view marketing, so you can share your work and connect with others. *** Check out my NEW book: 18 Words to Live By: A Father's Wisdom on What Matters Most. Are you looking for a community of enthusiastic, generous writers to help you build better habits and grow your writing business? Check out our Daily Writer Community. Connect with Kent: https://DailyWriterLife.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kent-sanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders
Warner Bros executive George Feltenstein takes us through the Spring 2022 releases from the Warner Archive. We kick off the discussion with the March Blu-ray release of “Captains of the Clouds” (1941) starring James Cagney, Brenda Marshall, Dennis Morgan, and directed by Michael Curtiz. Beautifully restored in Technicolor, this film has never looked so good. Next George details the David O. Selznick version of “A Star is Born” (1937) starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March, and directed by William A. Wellman. This film has been in desperate need of restoration and this new blu-ray returns it to the proper sound and visual it deserves. And we wrap up the month with a review of the classic TV show "Head of the Class" season 4 on DVD, starring the late Howard Hesseman. Kevin Costner rules April with Blu-ray releases of two films released in 1985. The first is "American Flyers," followed by the cult favorite "Fandango." For May, George reviews the Blu-ray of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (1941) starring Spencer Tracy in both roles, and co-starring Ingrid Bergman and Lana Turner. Next is "The Carey Treatment" (1972) starring James Coburn and Jennifer O'Neill. And also in May is season 5 of the hit TV show "Lucifer," on Blu-ray. We wrap up the podcast with a discussion on the recent 4K release of "Singin' In the Rain" and what it could mean for future 4K releases of Warner Bros classics.
'For Love of the Game' is the third movie in Kevin Costner's baseball trilogy, and while it's the sappiest one of them all, it works because it's a KEVIN COSTNER BASEBALL MOVIE. Enjoy this crossover episode with the California Penal League podcast and be sure to follow us on social @revengeof90spod.
The bro hugs will be overflowing in Las Vegas tonight as the NFL Draft takes the stage. Brad opens up today's podcast recapping his favorite picks for the draft tonight. Then the guys jump into the Fade Five with a two-leg parlay on the ice from Nate. Brad then give MLB picks on Jose Quintana as well as the Houston Astros. For tonight's NBA action, Brad is on an under for Joel Embiid but thinks Jalen Brunson will stay hot. In Bonus Time, Nate has a NFL Draft boost he likes and Brad looks to continue his hot streak on hit parlays with another three-leg option. Somebody get Kevin Costner on the phone, Jacksonville is on the clock!
Kevin Costner is on the clock this week, as we're joined by Joe Dolan (@FG_Dolan) from FantasyPoints.com to talk the 2014 NFL propaganda film, Draft Day. Join us as we talk uneven trades, pointless melodrama, and the worst bunch of scouts we've ever seen. Find us on Twitter and Instagram @TCTAMPod and on TikTok @theycalledthisamovie. We are a proud member of Geek Vibes Nation and you can find them at gvnation.com.Our theme music was written and performed by Dave Katusa. He can be found on Instagram @dkat_productions.
This week we talk about some NBA news a bit of Boggess Ball and Jeff goes head to head with the Pros on his Round 1 draft picks while Tim pretends to know what they're talking about. Check out the madness brought to you by the Shop!!!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wmcj/support
What would happen if a random group of Hollywood actors at an '80s cocktail party decided to make a Western? We found out with listener Jim Batten's commission of "Silverado." On paper, this movie has it all. Lawrence Kasdan wrote and directed it. Kevin Costner, Danny Glover, Brian Dennehy, Rosanna Arquette, and Scott Glenn starred in it. And the soundtrack flew off shelves. But "Silverado" also includes a few interesting casting choices like Jeff Goldblum, John Cleese, Linda Hunt, and Kevin Kline. The good guys grin their way through a "Westworld"-like environment with "Game of Thrones"-level plot armor, and glass is breaking EVERYWHERE. In this episode, Big D finally gets his training montage, Ash wishes "Silverado" were a TV series, and Gene marvels at pearls of Western wisdom. SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: email@example.com Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite
The final whistle blows on Sports Month as Late to the Movies picks 2014's Draft Day to finish it off. Ben, Bree, Sam, and Vaz discuss the many quotable lines, high stakes trades, and corporate tie-ins of Ivan Reitman's final film, because we are a Cleveland Girl and We Are Football. Starring Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, Chadwick Boseman, Denis Leary, and Frank Langella.
When's the last time you saw a film with an all-star cast, big-name director, notable screenwriter, period sets, shootouts, explosions, snappy dialogue--and poignant moments? Mike and Dan talk about how Brian DePalma's The Untouchables (1987) combines all of these elements into a satisfying experience. Dan compares it to Shakespearean history plays and the guys then bring in Lincoln, Seven Samurai, A Man for All Seasons before asking what happened to Kevin Costner, a great straight man who's convincing and non-threatening. So pour yourself a drink, now that it's legal again, and give this a listen! Please subscribe to the show wherever you get your podcasts and follow us on Twitter and Letterboxd @15MinFilm. Please rate and review the show on Apple podcasts and contact us at FifteenMinuteFilm@gmail.com. Incredible bumper music by John Deley. Twitter: https://twitter.com/15minfilm Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/15MinFilm/ Website: https://fifteenminutefilm.podbean.com/
Were joined by Billy Ray Brewton and Amanda Smith to talk about the Kevin Costner baseball flick that time forgot, Sam Raimi's career outlier FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Solid day with the Chet Buchanan Show! We debate the BEST Kevin Costner movie, which celebrities have the MOST kids, AND we help with a mother who is just a little too sensitive about her kids paying attention to her. Check all of this out AND MORE on our podcast!
Today on Too Opinionated, we talk with singer-songwriter H. Jack Williams! You'd be hard-pressed to find a life, a career, or a body of work quite like that of singer/songwriter/performer/composer H. Jack Williams. Jack himself credits equal parts luck, talent, and tenacity. “My whole life, I've gone out and gotten stuff done,” he says. “I think I have unique emotional connections within me, and I've always found a way to make that connection musically.” But for one of Nashville's hardest-working songwriters and most in-demand co-writers – and now with flourishing work in film and television – it's been a one-of-a-kind 40+ year ride with some of the biggest names in Folk, Rock, and Country. And in many ways, he's just getting started. Raised in the tiny town of Eureka, Florida, Williams began writing songs shortly after his 1971 discharge from the US Marines Force Recon. It was while working in Atlanta as a trained Escoffier chef and moonlighting as a roadie that Williams went after his first break by knocking on Richie Havens' hotel room door. “Banged on it all night long,” Jack laughs, “until he opened the door and I handed him a cassette.” The Woodstock icon invited Jack to New York City to be his opening act, eventually playing on and producing the demo that got Jack a $500 advance from Clive Davis (who insisted on first playing Jack the demo of ‘Mandy'). By 1974, Jack was back cooking in Atlanta when he spotted a tour bus belonging to The Who. Still, in his chef whites, Williams approached the road crew and boldly asked for an introduction to Roger Daltrey. “I knew Roger loved songwriters,” Jack says, “and Pete Townsend knew songs.” Williams was ushered backstage that night and spent the next few months on tour with the band, eventually signing a deal – his first – with the publishing company owned by Daltrey, Townsend, and Who manager Bill Curbishley. For two years and dozens of unmentionable road stories, Jack was mentored by one of the greatest acts in rock history. Towards the end of his Who deal, Williams got a phone call from Ken Hensley, lead vocalist and primary songwriter of UK proto-metal rockers Uriah Heep, who invited Jack to move to London as the band's first outside in-house songwriter. Jack jumped at the invite, and amid opening UK shows for Havens and demo sessions with neighbors like Alvin Lee and George Harrison, Uriah Heep would record four of Jack's songs for the Gold albums Innocent Victim and Firefly. But it was a group of fellow small-town Florida boys that triggered the next chapter of Jack's career. “Lynyrd Skynyrd came to London for their Knebworth concert”, Jack explains. “I got to know the band, played Ronnie Van Zant some of my songs, and he suggested I come to Florida and be part of the Southern Rock scene.” Williams moved back to the states, founding the Sarasota-based band Streets Of Ice, landing cuts with acts like Blackfoot and Molly Hatchet, and writing with Gregg Allman. Dickie Betts became a good friend and began producing the Streets Of Ice project. But when the band imploded just before signing their major label deal, Betts suggested that Jack's songwriting skills could find a full-time home in Nashville. With a $50 loan and a one-way bus ticket, Williams landed in Nashville and signed a publishing deal with The Oak Ridge Boys, who soon recorded Jack's songs ‘Seasons' and ‘Everybody Wins'. Jack then had his first major hit, co-writing – with The Allman Brothers Band's Warren Haynes – Gregg Allman's ‘Just Before The Bullets Fly. But when the mid-‘90s Country Boom began to fade, Williams returned to his culinary background, opening restaurants in North Carolina, Memphis, and Olympia, running kitchen teams on research vessels in the Aleutian Islands and the Azores, and with supply ships during the Gulf War for which he earned a Medal of Bravery from President Bush. “I'd also played clubs in Seattle, which is how Leonard Chess signed me to a writing deal with Chess Records,” Jack adds with a laugh. “So I guess we can add ‘Blues Artist' to the list, too.” Williams returned to Nashville in 2005, owning a catering business while landing cuts with artists that included Montgomery Gentry, Black Stone Cherry, and on the Miracles From Heaven soundtrack. He signed a new publishing deal with Lynn Gann Music Enterprises in 2015, scoring even more cuts that included Canadian artist Aaron Pritchett's Top 10 hit ‘Dirt Road In ‘Em'. “When it comes to commercial radio stuff, I can write like a gunfighter,” Jack says. “But at a certain point, I couldn't write another line about drinking beer in the back of a truck with a girl. I needed to find the soul of my music again.” Jack began writing songs reflective of his lifetime of not only struggles but his continued sense of hope. He would soon – in more ways than one – find his voice. “Pete Townsend once told me, ‘Always hire a great singer',” Jack explains. “I never believed my vocals were strong, which is why I always used other singers for my demos. But I began participating in singer/songwriter nights here in Nashville and got the kind of reaction I'd never received before. When I started to sing what's in my heart, everything began to change.” Williams soon began co-writing with Academy Award winner Kevin Costner, whose band Kevin Costner & Modern West had recorded two of Jack's songs (including the Top 20 hit ‘Love Shine'), leading Costner to cut four more Jack tracks for his 2019 Tales From Yellowstone album. Jack signed with Anthem Entertainment for additional film & television work and has since collaborated with award-winning Welsh composer John Hardy. And after nearly five decades of music and adventure fit for a dozen lives, his 2020 emotional gut-punch EP Already Dead – produced by Brothers Osborne's Adam Box – became H. Jack Williams' first-ever solo release. “I feel like a 20-year-old singer/songwriter again,” Jack says, with the combination of fortitude and poignancy that still defines his life, his career, and his very best work to come. “I'm a survivor, and I keep pushing forward. 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We go VIP Section with this week's episode, behind the velvet ropes!Little Matt returns to the Lounge, and Sam & Richey wanted to hear about his escapades while he was not with them for two straight weeks!OH, GOODNESS... is it a story! We ALL know that Matt is AB-SO-LUTE-LY the most patient person (note the sarcasm), and he talks about the wonderful time he had trying to get to "The Happiest Place On Earth," and the craziness that took place! Text messages from airlines, calling "support" for something, computer systems not synching, people spending their whole spring break in an airport, and THAT'S NOT ALL... JUST TO GET THERE!Was it truly "The Happiest Place On Earth," once he got there? He got to eat in a castle! HOW WAS THAT?! Did he feel the pain of overpaying, once he was done?The guys talk about THEIR OWN experiences, at Disney, and have stories! Dropping a house payment?! When are the best or worst days to ride rides? Are the Fast Passes still a thing at Disney? They talk about keeping a "general" account of what you've spent!Little Matt FINALLY got something he'd been waiting for a long time to get, and Sam thinks Jo, his youngest, has the same thing!PROMOS: From the Middle Podcast & Beer'd Al PodcastMatt shares his experience, GETTING HOME, and it is just as wonderful as the trip out! How many times can a departure be scheduled before you decide, on a whim, to not fly?Where do you eat, on the road, with a young one? Sam shares one of his eating rules: You don't order a burger at a Mexican restaurant!Richey talks about getting to eat at one of his favorite restaurants! OH... and it gets worse! Matt talks about why he missed the second week! Sam piggybacks on the story to tell how his wife and he missed out on the fun! Matt MIGHT go a little too far with what he's happy he has in his house with what he had to go through!Richey brings up watching a lot of baseball games, and it spurs a discussion: What are your thoughts on Dodgers manager, Dave Roberts, who pulled Clayton Kershaw after 80 pitches, and 7-innings of a perfect game?Little Matt continues on his adventure to get to the recording time, this week! Sam, ALSO has a little story to piggyback, yet again!Dad noises? Are you serious? "SHUT UP!"The conversation goes to watching old movies, and Sam talks about a show he's watching, and they talk about James Spader, and his acting style. That leads Matt to talk about a show he's watching, and then they go to one of Kevin Costner's movies.Matt has ONE MORE little story that leads to Sam saying, "Your sibling screaming, 'IT'S COMING BACK ON!'" and Little Matt says, "The worst is when you're mid-stream!"As the show comes to a close, Little Matt brings up a "National" day that needs to happen, and Sam sees a shirt, perhaps?!WOW... What. A. Show. The topics of this show are ALL OVER, with an over-arching theme of Matt being absent from the Lounge! SO, sit back, relax, and enjoy what goes on behind the velvet ropes of the 500 Section Lounge!#grabalistenFollow us on Twitter (@500_section), Facebook (500 Section Lounge), and find us at www.oddpodsmedia.com, along with the rest of the OddPods Media family of shows!
You Must Remember This podcast creator and reformed movie critic Karina Longworth joins hosts Gemma and Slim for a steamy conversation about erotic American cinema of the 1980s via four of her '80s favs related to the new season of her show: Paul Schrader's American Gigolo, Brian De Palma's Body Double, Adrien Lyne's Nine 1/2 Weeks, and Roger Donaldson's No Way Out. Plus: how to become an American gigolo, the sex appeal of venetian blinds and ankle bracelets, De Palma's movie alter-ego, Kim Basinger's Nine ½ Weeks experiences, Kevin Costner's denim fit, Melanie Griffith's comic smarts, Richard Gere's… everything, and, yes… In the Cut. Links: The Letterboxd list of films mentioned in this episode, You Must Remember This Podcast, Film School Rejects No Way Out commentary, Fatal Attractions Podcast Lists mentioned: These films have the D., Male Frontal Nudity, Psychosexual dramas, Actually Sexy Films, Help! I Got Too Horny and Now Everything's Bad, Cocaine Noir, Stoner canon, Illegal to watch before 9PM, Slim's Man Ass list, When you have to investigate a murder you committed or one where the evidence points to you, You Must Remember This Master List Reviews mentioned: Wood's American Gigolo review, Joe Carson's Body Double review, Nora's Nine ½ Weeks review Credits: This episode was recorded in Auckland, Los Angeles and Pennsylvania, and edited by Slim. Facts by Jack. Booker: Linda Moulton. Transcript by Sophie Shin. Theme: ‘Vampiros Dancoteque' by Moniker.
Brian DePalma directed this Prohibition Era crime epic about the eponymous Untouchables and their mission to take down Al Capone, who is ruling the city of Chicago through extreme violence. The Untouchables are lead by Elliott Ness played by Kevin Costner and Capone is played by DeNiro. However the most memorable player is Ness' right-hand and mentor, Malone played by the late great Sean Connery in the role which won him an Oscar. Andy Garcia, Billy Drago, and Charles Martin Smith fill out the very well-dressed cast. Is everything portrayed true to what really happened at this time in American history? Not in the slightest, but it's still damn entertaining! WARNING: MOVIE CLIPS PORTRAYING VIOLENCEHost: Geoff GershonProducer: Marlene Gershonhttps://livingforthecinema.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Living-for-the-Cinema-Podcast-101167838847578Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/livingforthecinema/Letterboxd:https://letterboxd.com/Living4Cinema/
Rich and the guys have some fun with Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw being removed from his perfect game and wonder what how the Kevin Costner movie ‘For Love of the Game' would be if today's emphasis on analytics were transposed into the script. CBS Sports/NFL Network Analyst Charles Davis tells Rich who he predicts the Jacksonville Jaguars will select at #1 overall in the NFL Draft, why Oregon DE Kayvon Thibodeaux is more likely to be a star than a bust in the NFL, how the New York Jets should use their two top-10 picks in the draft, why Malik Willis should be the first QB of the board and how the draft will impact Baker Mayfield's staring options for next season. Brockman uses the Kershaw perfect game controversy to let everyone know he's still mad about the way ‘Game of Thrones' ended. Rich lists his top five teams that need to draft a game-changing wide receiver in the NFL Draft. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week writer/director Ron Shelton's 1988 baseball movie, Bull Durham, is up to bat. We talk Shelton's sports anthology, Baseball films, Kevin Costner, Mickey Mantle's reaction to the film, Susan Sarandon as “Annie”, and much more! Swing batter batter! Find us here—> theturnbuckletavern.com
We are teeing it up this week with Tin Cup (1996), to coincide with the Masters. Is this truly one of the greatest golf movies ever? We have our doubts. Does an always sweaty Kevin Costner still get the girl? Can he really hit the 3-wood, 240 yards? Come and find out with us.Subscribe, rate and review:Apple Podcasts: Our Film FathersSpotify: Our Film FathersGoogle Podcasts: Our Film FathersStitcher: Our Film FathersAmazon Music: Our Film Fathers-----------------------Follow us:Instagram: @ourfilmfathersTwitter: @ourfilmfathersEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The explosive 4th season of Paramount Network's Emmy®-nominated series YELLOWSTONE is now on DVD and Blu-ray! The Western epic starring Kevin Costner is back for more danger and suspense as revenge drives the defense of the Dutton legacy. The DVD and Blu-ray comes with all 10 episodes, plus over 4 hours of special features, including making-of featurettes, behind-the-scenes clips, never-before-seen interviews with cast and crew, and much more. Own YELLOWSTONE: SEASON 4 on DVD and Blu-ray now. From Paramount Network and Paramount Home Entertainment
Stanislav Petrov is an ordinary Russian citizen with an extraordinary past: he prevented World War III back in the 1980s. This documentary follows Stansliv's trip to the United States in 2005 where he got to meet Kevin Costner among other celebrities. Also there are feelings. You can find the Spy-Fi Guys at the following social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thespyfiguys/
Answer: That's what we're talking about in this special Part 2 of 2 with our special guest and pod fan, Kay! We might digress, but we have so much to cover! So much to learn! So much to share! Dating over 50 can be challenging but grab a cocktail (#Skrewball!) and join your SASSover50 girlfriends for a lively conversation and perhaps a few pointers!SASSover50 Podcast - aka Sexy And Single Sisters over 50 appreciates EVERY listener joining us in our fun and interesting adventures navigating though dating, sex, and life over 50! THANK YOU!As always, we're humbled by your positive REVIEWS and hope you'll share our podcast w/ other Sexy And Single Sisters (or Misters!) Follow us on InstagramLike us on FBFOLLOW us on Apple, Spotify, Iheart, Google, Amazon, or on whichever platform you listen!Stay SASSY Y'all!Elle, Kate, & DaniSASSover50@gmail.comForever grateful to amazing artist LODATO who graciously donated his music royalty free! If you haven't heard the full version HOME yet, have a listen here! All of his music is worth adding to your playlist!
Episode 180: American Timelines 1955, Part 1: January & February of 1955. Joe & Amy jump into 1955 with Marlboro, Jack Daniels, Velcro & Stylish Rides. We talk Dan Rather doing drugs, Nabakov's Lolita, Eggo Waffles and an UNSOLVED MURDER. Season 5, Episode 55, of American Timelines. Part of the Queen City Podcast Network: www.queencitypodcastnetwork.com. Credits Include: NYdailynews, PCGS.com, medium.com, People Magazine, Popculture.us, Wikipedia, TVtango, IMDB & Youtube. Information may not be accurate, as it is produced by jerks. Music by MATT TRUMAN EGO TRIP, the greatest American Band. Click Here to buy their albums!
Have you seen Yellowstone? If not, please consider doing so, it's an amazing show and leads us into our first of two episodes on Stoicism. Is the cowboy the modern day Stoic? https://www.peacocktv.com/stream-tv/yellowstone?cid=2202brndylwstpkpdsearch8086&utm_campaign=2202brndylwst&utm_source=pk_ggl_gglsa&utm_medium=pd_search_nonbr_srcpy&utm_term=71700000073828270&utm_content=58700007749290870_44700041748282569&gclid=CjwKCAjwi6WSBhA-EiwA6Niok1oxnyvVHSxek5VQaJTvorgcdvWUdBgnciJoCK4rMUFsOdZC7qe6IRoCOvwQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.dsOr maybe you don't like cowboy stories or maybe you don't like Kevin Costner and no worries, we got you covered. Take a listen tonight to our teaser episode on Stoicism. We will discuss what it is and why it's relevant to your life. The two friends will also discuss a couple challenging cases they had early in doctoring and how a stoic approach helped them process the stressors of the event. Cullen and Raj will also begin discussing a book they both recently read on stoicism:https://smile.amazon.com/dp/0195374614/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_775J82WJD3DR13CDCGBGStressed about world issues? Worries got you down? Social media getting you angry? All of these and many more reasons are why you should consider tuning in, we won't let you down.DISCLAIMER:The statements made and opinions expressed during this podcast are our own personal statements and opinions and should not be construed as the statements or opinions of any entity or institution that we may have been employed by or affiliated with at any time in our professional lives. Additionally, we take patient confidentiality incredibly seriously. For that reason, any references to stories about patients have purposefully been modified so as to not identify any particular patient or location. Finally, while we are both doctors, nothing that we say in this podcast should be construed as medical advice. If you are in need of medical advice, please contact your personal physician. Also, while we are doctors, we are not your doctors. Please discuss anything we discuss medically with your doctor. Additionally any ideas or opinions expressed in the links above or by the guests on our show do not necessarily reflect our own personal or professional opinions, or the opinions of any organizations that we currently or formerly worked for or represented. Thanks again for listening!
I have an epic conversation in store for you all today. Our guest is an Oscar-nominated screenwriter, filmmaker, John Lee Hancock. While working as a lawyer by day back in 1986, John moonlighted as a screenwriter, writing script after script. His spec script A Perfect World caught the eye of Steven Spielberg and eventually was directed by Clint Eastwood. After that success, he went on to direct the crowd-pleasing The Rookie.A true story about a coach who discovers that it's never too late for dreams to come true. Jim Morris (Dennis Quaid) never made it out of the minor leagues before a shoulder injury ended his pitching career twelve years ago. Now a married-with-children high-school chemistry teacher and baseball coach in Texas, Jim's team makes a deal with him: if they win the district championship, Jim will try out with a major-league organization.After the box-office success of The Rookie, John tackled the epic story of The Alamo.A semi-historical account of the standoff at an abandoned mission during the Texas fight for independence. The Texans, led by Colonel Travis, managed to temporarily hold off the Mexican army of Santa Anna. The Texans were outnumbered 183 to 2000 and eventually succumbed. After the fall of the Alamo, General Sam Houston led another group of Texans against Santa Ana's army in San Jacinto where they defeated the Mexican army, which eventually led to an independent Texas.Hancock's famous five-year hiatus comeback film, The Blind Side, an adaptation of Micheal Lewis's 2006 book, The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game yield and performed outstandingly. The film received countless major awards nominations including an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture and a win for Best Actress for Sandra Bullock.The Blind Side is the story of Michael Oher, a homeless and traumatized boy who became an All-American football player and first-round NFL draft pick with the help of a caring woman and her family.The Blind Side went on to make $309.2 million internationally on a $29 million budget. Not too bad.Just this year, Hancock released his latest HBO Max neo-noir crime thriller, The Littel Things, starring Academy Award winners and heavyweights Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto.Kern County Deputy Sheriff Joe Deacon is sent to Los Angeles for what should have been a quick evidence-gathering assignment. Instead, he becomes embroiled in the search for a serial killer who is terrorizing the city.John also tackled bring the legendary Walt Disney to the big screen in Saving Mr. Banks starring Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson.Author P.L. Travers travels from London to Hollywood as Walt Disney adapts her novel Mary Poppins for the big screen.The Highwaymen bring John together Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson to the tale that follows the untold true story of the legendary lawmen who brought down Bonnie and Clyde. When the full force of the FBI and the latest forensic technology aren't enough to capture the nation's most notorious criminals, two former Texas Rangers must rely on their gut instincts and old-school skills to get the job done.I had a ball talking with John about filmmaking, how he almost broke Steven Spielberg's Rosebud prop from Citizen Kane when they first met, and so much more. He really goes into detail about his creative process, how he was able to navigate Hollywood, how to deal with the highs and lows of the business and so much more.Enjoy my conversation with John Lee Hancock.
A live segment on 99.5 The River WRVE-FM recapping the 2022 Oscars. Topics include: the Will Smith / Chris Rock controversy, presenter bits, James Bond tribute, "CODA" winning Best Picture, film and studio Oscar win facts, Kevin Costner and more.
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This week on Story & Craft, I sit down with movie director, Ariel Vromen. Ariel is an intriguing guy with a great story. He has directed movies such as Criminal, The Iceman and The Angel. He has directed some of Hollywood's biggest names, such as Kevin Costner, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Chris Evans, Wynona Ryder and Gary Oldman. Beyond his work as a director, he has also established a name for himself as a DJ, and regularly plays for audiences around the world. We cover everything, from his time as a soldier in the Israeli Defense Forces, to the time he took Kevin Costner to an techno concert, to his thoughts on the craft of directing movies, and how movie making will evolve in the coming years. It's a great chat with a creative and cool guy with an intriguing story to tell. Listen and subscribe on your favorite podcast app. Also, check out the show and sign up for the newsletter at http://www.storyandcraftpod.com (www.storyandcraftpod.com).
Today on Too Opinionated we visit with actress, Alexandra Paul! Alexandra Paul was modeling when she decided to forego college at Stanford University and pursue acting. With lead roles in 75 feature films and television programs, she can also be seen in the award-winning documentary Who Killed the Electric Car? Internationally recognized for her 5-year starring role as "Lt. Stephanie Holden" in the hit series Baywatch (1989), Alexandra began her acting career in 1982 at age 18, starring in the highly rated telefilm Paper Dolls (1982). She was then cast in studio flicks like Stephen King's Christine (1983); American Flyers (1985) opposite Kevin Costner; 8 Million Ways to Die (1986) opposite Jeff Bridges and Andy Garcia; Dragnet (1987) opposite Tom Hanks and Dan Aykroyd, and Spy Hard (1996) with Leslie Nielsen. Alexandra hosted the extreme sports series Wild Waters on the Outdoor Life Network for 4 years, and hosted the WE network series Winning Women for two seasons. She co-hosted 150 episodes of the environmental TV talk show Earth Talk Today through 2008. Throughout the 1990s, Alexandra had regular roles in several television series: Baywatch (1989), Fox's Fire Co 132, Daytona Beach (pilot), and the last 8 episodes on Melrose Place (1992). She also filmed two movies in war-torn Croatia with Pierce Brosnan and did many independent films. In the first decade of the 21st Century, Alexandra starred in 11 movies on Lifetime Movie Network. Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe)
Craig talks about Kevin Costner, history, and creativity. Get your tickets now for The Loosey Goosey Tour! - http://craigconant.com Follow Craig! Twitter - https://twitter.com/craigpconant/ IG - https://instagram.com/craigpconant/ Merch - https://craigconantstore.com/ Sign up for the Community Service Patreon to see the rest of this week's episode, bonus episodes, and exclusive stand-up sets! https://patreon.com/craigconant/
Five years ago, we promised an episode on Kevin Costner's Wyatt Earp. Well, here we are. Joe and I meet up to talk about how Wyatt Earp compares to Tombstone. Is anything better? Finally, some new incredibly entries into "How did they die?" If you'd like more content, you can support us at https://patreon.com/themidnightboys.
In the new episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, one film that found an audience, one that struggled to. Few were enthused at the idea of another Rocky movie, yet alone a spin-off. But a young filmmaker had a pitch for Sylvester Stallone - and the worst case scenario would be he got a signed copy of a Rocky II DVD for his dad. The Postman meanwhile was Kevin Costner's first directorial outing following his Oscar-winning success with Dances With Wolves. This time though, the reception would be very different. Stories of both are told in this episode. Find Simon on Twitter at @simonbrew, and the podcast can be found at @filmstoriespod. Support this podcast: www.patreon.com/simonbrew.
Was this episode so frustrating to record that we got started an hour late? Yes. Was it worth it? Also yes, but only if you are asking Kelsey and Jenn. Is Robin Hood- Prince of Thieves Alan Rickman's best movie? Again, probably yes. Give the episode a listen and then better yet, go watch the movie. We promise it's worth it.