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The Flop House
Ep. #347 - Me You Madness, with Hallie Haglund

The Flop House

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 106:57


We'll level with all of you -- we ALSO prefer Hallie Haglund, and are at our happiest when she comes by to join us for some film talk. So we had to pick an extra-special movie to mark the occasion. And hoo boy. That movie? The wife of former Trump treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin and controversial figure in her own right, Louise Linton's vanity project (as writer, director, producer, and star) Me You Madness. It's the movie that asks "if I make fun of myself REALLY HARD, then you're not allowed to make fun of me anymore, right?"Wikipedia entry for Me You MadnessMovies recommended in this episode:Black WidowWerewolves WithinThe EarDiamonds of the NightA Very Curious Girl

Your Stupid Minds
175 - Me You Madness

Your Stupid Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 82:04


Strap yourself in and enjoy the ride for this fast-paced, tongue-in-cheek, aesthetically beautiful episode! Did you know Louise Linton, (possibly better known as the wife of Suicide Squad executive producer and former Trump treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin) produced, directed, wrote, and starred in her own movie about a girlboss serial killer? Did you know it's just as awful as I just described? Because that's Me You Madness (2021) baby! Catherine (Linton) is a take-charge finance person who's rich, beautiful, confident, and also... murders and eats people? Whoa, talk about a twist! Unless you've seen American Psycho. But don't worry, this movie hangs a lampshade on that so this doesn't count as a ripoff. The movie (which takes place in modern day) also features a bunch of chart-topping '80s songs, just in case you forgot American Psycho took place in the '80s. For the purposes of setting up this threadbare plot, Catherine catfishes a sexy conman Tyler (Gossip Girl's Ed Westwick) into renting a room in her hideous cavernous Malibu mansion in order to kill him. But things get complicated after an MDMA-fueled threesome, and Catherine starts to fall for him. Will sparks fly? No. Will they argue for the last third of the movie in a completely annoying way? Yes. Did Louise Linton hire a troll farm to spam positive reviews of her movie on Rotten Tomatoes? Almost certainly yes.

Optimism Vaccine
Promising Young Mnuchin

Optimism Vaccine

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 56:48


Promising Young Woman just took home the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and critics can't stop telling us how IMPORTANT it is. But is Emerald Fennell's brand of sanitized lily-white feminism truly what we need to navigate our neoliberal hellscape? More importantly, why would you bother watching it in the first place when a deranged auteur-driven Day-Glo nightmare like Me, You, Madness exists? Maybe these aren't the films we need, but they're certainly the ones we deserve. We're joined by Film Inquiry's Editor-in-Chief, Kristy Strouse, to determine once and for if Louise Linton should be the only person allowed to make movies anymore. THIS WEEK: Promising Young Woman (2020) and Me, You, Madness (2021). Rate and Review Optimism Vaccine on iTunes: https://bit.ly/OptimismVaccine Support Optimism Vaccine on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/optimismvaccine Support this podcast

Mooch FM
Episode 35: Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding, Peter McCormack & Louise Linton

Mooch FM

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 70:54


In this episode, Anthony talks with Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding, award-winning epidemiologist and health economist about the current situation in India, and why it was so hard to raise the alarm bells on the Covid-19 pandemic. Peter McCormack, entrepreneur and host of the hit podcast ‘What Bitcoin Did’ gives Anthony his take on the recent volatility in the crypto markets - and all things Bitcoin and investing. Finally, Louise Linton, actress, producer and philanthropist joins Anthony to discuss her new film ‘Me, You, Madness’, how she juggled every aspect of the filmmaking process - and her important work with PETA and Social Compassion in Legislation. Follow our guests on Twitter:https://twitter.com/DrEricDing https://twitter.com/PeterMcCormack https://twitter.com/LouiseLinton Follow us:https://twitter.com/moochfm https://twitter.com/scaramucci Sign up for our newsletter at:www.mooch.fm Created & produced by Podcast Partners:www.podcastpartners.com 

Business Leaders
Business Leaders - Louise Linton

Business Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 65:37


Louise Linton is an actress, producer, director, and philanthropist. In 2012, she founded Stormchaser Films, a production company run by women, and dedicated to amplifying women’s voices. Louise has enjoyed a successful acting career, starring in films such as ‘Cabin Fever’ and ‘Intruder.’ Her most recent film, ‘Me, You, Madness,’ was released this year, and showcases Louise in a starring role alongside Ed Westwick. A passionate advocate for a wide range of causes, she launched The Louise Linton Charitable Fund in 2019, which supports the work of nonprofits, including the Pride Foundation and the Environmental Defense Fund. In this in-depth conversation, Louise takes us behind the scenes in Hollywood, opening up about the many ways in which film can be a cruel business - and how she discovered her comfort zone “behind the lens;” takes us along on the journey to creating her latest film - and how she managed to take it from script to screen in only a month; and shares her passion for animal welfare, imparts the importance of being a “conscious consumer,” and drops the details on her newest venture: a vegan high-heel line.

The Weekly Substandard Expanded Universe
Episode 117: Me, You, Madness

The Weekly Substandard Expanded Universe

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 88:40


Our own Matty joins us to chat about the 2021 film Me, You, Madness. We watched it so that you do not have to. Chris struggles to find a nice pair of shorts, we learn everything we need to know about Tysons Corner, and take a quiz on the escapades of conservative media so far this year.

Chapo Trap House
504 - Me Me Madness (3/8/21)

Chapo Trap House

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 76:29


For #InternationalWomensDay we review a film by Hollywood’s newest female auteur, who just happens to be the wife of former Treasury Secretary/Suicide Squad producer Steve Mnuchin. Yes, it’s Louise Linton’s “Me You Madness,” a film that dares ask the question “what if a bisexual woman HAD mental health issues?”

Arroe Collins
Louise Linton From The Movie Me You Madness

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 21:07


Louise Linton is a screenwriter, director, producer, actress, and philanthropist. Louise was born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Louise's passion for acting began when she starred in her 3rd grade play at St. George's School for Girls in Edinburgh, Scotland. She studied acting throughout her youth and trained with a private acting coach in Edinburgh. At the age of 12, she took The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) exam in Acting for which she got Honors. After graduating from boarding school, Louise moved to the United States and acquired a B.A. in Journalism from Pepperdine University followed by her J.D. in Law from University of West Los Angeles. During this time, she began acting in film and television. After graduating from law school in 2012, Louise formed Stormchaser Films, an independent motion picture production company focused on script and IP acquisition, development, production, and finance. Her first few acting roles during college were in small indie features and a guest starring role on CSI: NY. Robert Redford cast her in a small role in the United Artists film, Lions for Lambs, starring Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep. She then did a supporting role in the Roy Lee thriller The Echo. Afterwards, she joined the cast of the indie comedy Screwball. Following this, she filmed Cold Case and then filmed Lionsgate's Crew2 Crew in Italy. Louise booked her first female lead in the indie film Scavengers opposite Sean Patrick Flanery. She then did a supporting role in the comedy, She Wants Me with Charlie Sheen, Josh Gad, and Hillary Duff. Following these roles, Louise filmed a small role in The Power of Few with Christopher Walken and Christian Slater in Louisiana. In Spring 2011, Louise filmed the Lifetime movie William & Kate about the Royal couple. Louise then traveled to Alabama to shoot Hallmark Hall of Fame's Award-Winning feature, A Smile As Big As The Moon, set at NASA's Space Camp. Once she was back from Alabama, Louise began filming the psychological thriller Intruder opposite John Robinson (Lords of Dogtown, Elephant). This was also her first movie as a producer. The film premiered in Los Angeles in June 2016. Louise then played the iconic character Deputy Winston in the reboot of the cult classic Cabin Fever and appeared in a role in Warren Beatty's Howards Hughes biopic, Rules Don't Apply, which was released in 2016. She then Executive Produced and played a supporting role in the film The Midnight Man Louise was an Executive Producer on 6 Below starring Josh Hartnett and Mira Sorvino, which premiered in October 2017. In 2018, Louise resumed filming the title role in the romantic comedy Serial Daters Anonymous opposite Sam Page. She acquired the film from the original production company, 'Film Freed' with whom she teamed-up to complete the movie. In a unique writing and directing collaboration, Louise stepped behind the camera for the first time to write and direct the additional filming on the project and spearhead the eight-month post-production process. Louise produced the final film with Sam Kozé and Kristen Ruhlin. The film will be completed in 2021.Louise then wrote MeYouMadness which she stars in opposite Ed Westwick. Production began on November 1st, 2018. After a week of filming, production was halted when the Woolsey Fires spread, and the crew and cast were evacuated. Filming resumed in March 2019, with various pick-ups in Los Angles and Washington DC in April and May 2019. The film was completed in June and went into post-production. It will be released in 2021 by STX.

Arroe Collins
Louise Linton From The Movie Me You Madness

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 21:07


Louise Linton is a screenwriter, director, producer, actress, and philanthropist. Louise was born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Louise's passion for acting began when she starred in her 3rd grade play at St. George's School for Girls in Edinburgh, Scotland. She studied acting throughout her youth and trained with a private acting coach in Edinburgh. At the age of 12, she took The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) exam in Acting for which she got Honors. After graduating from boarding school, Louise moved to the United States and acquired a B.A. in Journalism from Pepperdine University followed by her J.D. in Law from University of West Los Angeles. During this time, she began acting in film and television. After graduating from law school in 2012, Louise formed Stormchaser Films, an independent motion picture production company focused on script and IP acquisition, development, production, and finance. Her first few acting roles during college were in small indie features and a guest starring role on CSI: NY. Robert Redford cast her in a small role in the United Artists film, Lions for Lambs, starring Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep. She then did a supporting role in the Roy Lee thriller The Echo. Afterwards, she joined the cast of the indie comedy Screwball. Following this, she filmed Cold Case and then filmed Lionsgate's Crew2 Crew in Italy. Louise booked her first female lead in the indie film Scavengers opposite Sean Patrick Flanery. She then did a supporting role in the comedy, She Wants Me with Charlie Sheen, Josh Gad, and Hillary Duff. Following these roles, Louise filmed a small role in The Power of Few with Christopher Walken and Christian Slater in Louisiana. In Spring 2011, Louise filmed the Lifetime movie William & Kate about the Royal couple. Louise then traveled to Alabama to shoot Hallmark Hall of Fame's Award-Winning feature, A Smile As Big As The Moon, set at NASA's Space Camp. Once she was back from Alabama, Louise began filming the psychological thriller Intruder opposite John Robinson (Lords of Dogtown, Elephant). This was also her first movie as a producer. The film premiered in Los Angeles in June 2016. Louise then played the iconic character Deputy Winston in the reboot of the cult classic Cabin Fever and appeared in a role in Warren Beatty's Howards Hughes biopic, Rules Don't Apply, which was released in 2016. She then Executive Produced and played a supporting role in the film The Midnight Man Louise was an Executive Producer on 6 Below starring Josh Hartnett and Mira Sorvino, which premiered in October 2017. In 2018, Louise resumed filming the title role in the romantic comedy Serial Daters Anonymous opposite Sam Page. She acquired the film from the original production company, 'Film Freed' with whom she teamed-up to complete the movie. In a unique writing and directing collaboration, Louise stepped behind the camera for the first time to write and direct the additional filming on the project and spearhead the eight-month post-production process. Louise produced the final film with Sam Kozé and Kristen Ruhlin. The film will be completed in 2021.Louise then wrote MeYouMadness which she stars in opposite Ed Westwick. Production began on November 1st, 2018. After a week of filming, production was halted when the Woolsey Fires spread, and the crew and cast were evacuated. Filming resumed in March 2019, with various pick-ups in Los Angles and Washington DC in April and May 2019. The film was completed in June and went into post-production. It will be released in 2021 by STX.

Behind The Lens
BEHIND THE LENS #299: Featuring Andre Phillips and Charles Vuolo

Behind The Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 94:01


It's a jam-packed extended show this week thanks to our special guests, filmmakers and co-directors ANDRE PHILLIPS and CHARLES VUOLO, plus some very enlightening and fun prerecorded exclusive interviews with writer/director NICHOLAS JARECKI and writer/director LOUISE LINTON. First, take a listen to our exclusive conversation with writer/director NICHOLAS JARECKI talking about his latest film, CRISIS. Much like his first film, "Arbitrage", Nicholas delivers a hard-hitting and riveting film, this time centered around the opioid crisis and the business of drug trafficking…through the Northern borders. Listen as Nicholas discusses at length his approach to the script and working with his actors in its development following the "first draft", casting, his extensive research into the various elements of the opioid crisis which set the stage for the three narrative threads which compromise the story, cinematography and finding visual tonal bandwidth through color and light, location selection, shooting on Kodak film and not only his reasons for so doing with CRISIS but a wonderful discussion on the beauty and need for film in cinema, and why he chooses "morally gray" areas and societal issues to tell stories. Then co-directors ANDRE PHILLIPS and CHARLES VUOLO are back on #BTLRadioShow talking about their first feature, LUPE. Our regular listeners may recall that Andre and Chuck were last with us in March 2019 while LUPE was on the festival circuit and screening at Cinequest. Now, LUPE has distribution and is available on HBOMax! An intimate, yet complex story, of an immigrant struggling with their transgender identity while searching for their missing sister in New York City's underground sex industry, listen as we again talk about story and actors, but a longer segment on the show this go-round, we dig deeper into the story itself, casting – notably the outstanding young actor Pedro Rodriguez who plays a young version of Rafael Albarran's lead character "Rafael", shooting in the Dominican Republic as a stand-in for Cuba, working with cinematographer T. Acton Fitzgerald and the handheld yet stylized look of LUPE, shooting flashbacks with a life and vibrancy rarely seen in films, the importance of choosing "grittier" underbelly locations in the boroughs of New York City, editing and finding not only a tonal balance but a story balance between past and present, and the distribution process. We round out the extended last 30 minutes of the show with our exclusive conversation with writer/director/producer/actor LOUISE LINTON talking about her directorial debut, ME YOU MADNESS. You've already heard me rave about the film over the past few weeks, now hear what Louise has to say about the "making of": the importance of physical details with production design/costume/set dress in the telling of this story and serving as character exposition, crafting rapier dialogue, paying homage to the femme fatale and classic films of the 40's and 50's, selecting needle drops that serve not only in paying homage to the 80's but that serve as dialogue within the film much as the 1950's MGM musicals, working around coverage issues in editing and with pick-up shots, navigating set closure because of the Woolsey Fire in Malibu, distribution and deliverables, and lessons learned as a first-time director not the least of which involves insurance. http://eliasentertainmentnetwork.com

The Week in Geek Radio Show
Actress, Producer, and Director Louise Linton : Prop Maker Jesse Shoemaker : Shadow & Bone : Sony State of Play : The Week in Geek 2/28/21

The Week in Geek Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 53:26


Actress, Model, Producer, Director and Screen Writer Louise Linton joins us to discuss her new Movie "Me You Madness" out now on VOD. The movie is an homage to the 80's and we play some 80's movies soundtrack trivia. Prop Maker Jesse Shoemaker stops by to tell us about his Charity Event online called "Alpha Strike for Angels"In Top Nerd News we cover the new trailer for "Shadow & Bone" which is something New from Hollywood....or at least Netflix. We also cover the new Spiderman Title, Black Superman with JJ Abrams attached as producer.SPOILERS FOR WANDAVISION at the end of Top Nerd News...you've been warned. Skungy's Pick of the Week is really a recap of Sony's State of Play announcements.All that and more on The Week in Geek with D Squared. Sunday nights at 7pm on WRNO.com and the Free iHeart Radio App. The Week in Geek 2/28/21

Arroe Collins Like It's Live
Louise Linton From Me You Madness

Arroe Collins Like It's Live

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 21:44


Arroe Collins
Louise Linton From Me You Madness

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 21:44


Matt's Movie Lodgecast
Episode 095 - ME YOU MADNESS Review

Matt's Movie Lodgecast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 70:33


"You don't get it do you? Me and you. It's madness!" It sure is madness in this new film written, directed, produced, and starring Louise Linton. For those of you who don't know, Louise Linton is married to ex-U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Mnuchin is worth about $300 million and I'm sure a bundle of that money went into his wife's vanity project entitled Me You Madness. In this movie Louise plays a rich, narcissistic serial killer named Catherine Black who runs a hedge fund, lives in Malibu, and loves money, fashion, and 80s music. The Lodgecast takes a deep dive (perhaps too deep) into this criminally insane film. The 80s hits and salad dragons keep coming in this movie so sit back and enjoy the ride!

Proletarian Contrarian
Episode 101: Me You Mnuchin ("Me You Madness," 2021)

Proletarian Contrarian

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 77:33


Movies! They're madness, for me and you. They certainly are, at least, for writer, director, producer, and star of "Me You Madness," (2021), Louise Linton. Deadly annoying and agonizingly pretentious, it still manages to remain the worst thing of all: boring as hell. Combine Don Jr.'s coke-addled mania, the inhuman sociopathy of Stephen Miller, and the screeching arrogance of noted YouTube critic Doug Walker and you get something approximating this bomb. Our Patreon: www.patreon.com/pro_con Music- "when the struggle itself becomes identified with a series of defeats" by 红山郡 (hongshanjun.bandcamp.com/album/-) "I'm So Excited" by The Pointer Sisters

THE PETA PODCAST
Ep: 159: Louise Linton, "Me, You, Madness," and the Animals

THE PETA PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 45:46


After four years in Washington, DC, Louise Linton has returned to Hollywood with a new movie, "Me, You, Madness." It's a fun film that spoofs the rich, sends up serial killer movies of the '80s, and is loaded with animal rights messages.  Linton talks about why she made the film, and her hopes for its success. She also talks about how she got from Scotland to the U.S., how her love for animals developed as a young child, and how her animal activism has grown, especially while she was in Washington.  By agreement, we kept the political talk to a minimum, focusing on her love of the movies and the animals.  "Me, You, Madness," is Rated R, and is available on-demand from streaming sites like Amazon Prime and i-Tunes. The PETA Podcast PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why. Hear from insiders, thought leaders, activists, investigators, politicians, and others why animals need more than kindness—they have the right not to be abused or exploited in any way. Hosted by Emil Guillermo. Powered by PETA activism. Contact us at PETA.org. Listen to the very first PETA podcast with Ingrid Newkirk. Music provided by CarbonWorks. Go to Apple podcasts and subscribe. Contact and follow host Emil Guillermo on Twitter @emilamok Or at www.amok.com Please subscribe, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. Help us grow the podcast by taking this short survey. Thanks for listening to THE PETA PODCAST! (Originally published Feb.17, 2021).

Behind The Lens
BEHIND THE LENS #297: Featuring Stephen Janis, Deanne Foley and Latonia Hartery

Behind The Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 71:01


It's a full house this week on #BTLRadioShow thanks to our special guests, filmmakers STEPHEN JANIS, DEANNE FOLEY, and LATONIA HARTERY. Plus, some quick review bytes on two new films streaming everywhere right now – ME YOU MADNESS and PARADISE COVE. One of my fave films of the year already is ME YOU MADNESS, written and directed by LOUISE LINTON and starring Linton and Ed Westwick. Irreverant, politically incorrect, high octane, glamorous, breaking the fourth, rapier wit-filled darkly comedic action movie love story, ME YOU MADNESS is delicious dark decadent fun from start to finish. Linton shows good command as not only a wordsmith, but as a storyteller (much of which I believe we can credit to her trial advocacy skills as a lawyer) is well constructed and structured. Visually, Linton knocks it out of the park with polish and color thanks to cinematographers Reinhart Reschke and Boa Simon, whose lighting and lensing only serve to elevate the already sumptuous production design of Allura Johnson and Travis Zariwny, while editor Samuel Means maintains high octane energy, most notably in some over-the-top musical montages set to touchstone needle drops of the past few decades. (I want the soundtrack.) And then there's PARADISE COVE. Written by Sherry Klein and directed by Martin Guigi, PARADISE COVE stars veteran actors Todd Grinnell, Mena Suvari, and Kristin Bauer van Straten in this psychological thriller genre blend based on a true story. Van Straten stars as Bree, a once-wealthy Malibu matriarch and actress who has lost her home but refuses to leave the Paradise Cove colony, now living on the beach underneath her once home. Grinnell and Suvari are Knox and Tracey, a young married couple looking to get rich quick by flipping the Malibu beach home of Knox's recently deceased mother. Of course, that home was once Bree's and under which Knox and Tracey find her. Performances are solid with van Straten soaring as Bree. And while the script itself is unremarkable and easily fills the bill as a Lifetime TV movie versus a "theatrical" release film, elevating the film as a whole is Guigi's direction and his collaboration with DP Massimo Zeri, production designer Alessandro Marvelli (who uses color and texture to define and distinguish the character traits of our principals) and editor Eric Potter, the latter who delivers some truly shocking moments thanks to abrupt emotional cuts. Co-directors DEANNE FOLEY and LATONIA HARTERY join us live in the first half of the show talking about their charming and sweet anthology narrative about love and romance, HOPELESS ROMANTIC. Six women, six stories about love, all told within the setting of a wedding complete with the good, the bad, and the ugly cry. You laugh, you cry, you nod your head in sympathy, and by film's end you may even find yourself more of a "hopeful" romantic than not. Deanne directs one of the "segments" as well as the umbilical throughline while Latonia is not only one of the directors but a producer of the film which meant she was on hand for virtually all of the filming. Listen as Deanne and Latonia talk about the genesis of this anthology, collaboration amongst all six female directors, crafting characters and casting, diversity of characters, finding cohesive yet individually distinctive tone, using one cinematographer and one editor for the entire film and each segment, scoring, and let's not forget, the wealth of talent in the Nova Scotia area who we see on screen and behind the lens. Joining us at the midpoint of the show for a fascinating conversation about his documentary, THE FRIENDLIEST TOWN, is STEPHEN JANIS. An award-winning investigative journalist, author, musician, and now writer/co-director/editor of the documentary, Steph. http://eliasentertainmentnetwork.com

Creative Principles
Ep 252 - Louise Linton & Ed Westwick, Stars ‘Me You Madness’

Creative Principles

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2021 13:35


In the femme fatale genre, an attractive or seductive woman is often the protagonist. Her goal? To cause distress or disaster to a man who becomes involved with her. This is the underlying subject of the new dark comedy Me You Madness from Louise Linton. The film stars Louise, where she’s also the screenwriter and director. The second half of this two-hander, Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl, White Gold) plays Tyler Jones, the unfortunate prey of the protagonist. Officially, the description reads, “ A young thief cases an architectural dream house in Malibu, not realizing it is the home of an eccentric female serial killer.” In this interview, Louise talks about her influences for the film, what she loves Hollywood fast-speak , and why it’s so important to have a top-notch Assistant Director. Ed talks on the surprising innocence of the film, what attracted him to the role, and gives advice for young actors. If it’s your first time listening, make sure to subscribe and visit my new website for information on the YouTube channel, the blog, this podcast, and my new book ‘Ink by the Barrel’ which takes advice from these 200+ interviews at the link below… Join the email list here: www.writerfieldnotes.com

The Talking Pictures Podcast
Louise Linton & Ed Westwick - Me You Madness

The Talking Pictures Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 13:26


#Actress, #screenwriter and #director #LouiseLinton and co-star #EdWestwick chat about their new #romantic #comedy #MeYouMadness in which a femme fatale falls for a conman.#talkingpictures #celebrity #interview #flashbacktv #TonyToscano #screwball #funny

Defiance
Robbing Hood - Part 3: All The Other Shit

Defiance

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 48:05


“Two things have become abundantly clear; Obtaining a clear and transparent explanation of all of his roles, positions and dealings, is close to impossible and he is a massive dick.”— Peter McCormackSHOW DESCRIPTIONTreasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is one of the most powerful financiers in the world. As Treasury Secretary of the US, he is the principal advisor to the President and the Cabinet on economic issues and is responsible for formulating and recommending domestic and international financial, economic, and tax policies.So how did he get there?Mnuchin followed in his father's footsteps by joining Goldman Sachs after graduating from Yale. He quickly ascended the ranks at the investment bank and following his departure in 2002 he built a reputation as someone who profited from the misery of others after his bank, OneWest, turned into a "foreclosure machine" in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.Mnuchin’s questionable career practices are not strictly limited to Wall Street. In 2004 he founded Dune Entertainment as a side business, which was the financier of numerous notable films, mostly for 20th Century Fox, including the X-Men film franchise and Avatar, as well as several flops.Dune Entertainment allowed Mnuchin to pursue his goal of expanding his creative side and rubbing shoulders with Hollywood’s elite. It would also allow him to use his enormous political and financial muscles to catapult the career of his future wife, Louise Linton.With beneficial tax breaks, sordid Hollywood partners, lawsuits and scandals; corruption in Hollywood would be just as prevalent as it is on Wall Street.In Part 3 of Robbing Hood, we look into Mnuchin’s Dune Entertainment, his wife Louise Linton and his time on the board at Sears.- - - - -Show notes and transcription: https://www.defiance.news/podcast/robbing-hood-part-3-all-the-other-shit- - - - -Timestamps:Coming soon…- - - - -The success of Defiance will be largely down to the support of you, the listener. Below are a number of ways you can help:- Subscribe to the show on your favourite app so you never miss an episode:iTunesSpotifyDeezerStitcherSoundCloudYouTubeTuneIn- Leave a review of the show on iTunes (5* really helps, if you think the show deserves it).- Share the show and episodes out with your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.- Follow Defiance on social media:TwitterFacebookInstagramYouTube- Subscribe to the Defiance mailing list.- Donate Bitcoin here: bc1qd3anlc8lh0cl9ulqah03dmg3r2uxm5r657zr5pIf you have any questions then please email Defiance.- - - - -

FilmDrunk Frotcast
360: All Eyez On Me, With Jesse Hett And Joe Sinclitico

FilmDrunk Frotcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2018


This week on the Frotcast, old favorite Joe Sinclitico joined Vince and Matt, plus new guest Jesse Hett was in studio to talk about the Tupac biopic, All Eyez On Me. We also discuss Will Smith, the new passive-aggressive profile of Louise Linton (aka Mrs. Steve Mnuchin) in the new Elle, and try to catch … Continue reading 360: All Eyez On Me, With Jesse Hett And Joe Sinclitico →

Boy vs. Girl: A Podcast
#83: Do we hate video games, Louise Linton, and white American women?

Boy vs. Girl: A Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2017 46:45


On this episode of Boy vs. Girl, Matt and Rachel discuss if video games are ruining the lives of young men, was Louise Linton's apology gendered, and should we be angry with white American women for voting for Donald Trump?

Two Drinks In
TDI 108 Ep. 108: Louise Linton, Renee Baio, and Other People to Avoid on the Bus, in a Bar, Etc.…

Two Drinks In

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2017 50:34


Episode 108: This week Dana starts us off with a critical update on Louise Linton, Steve Mnuchin’s wife…well, second wife, if we’re getting into the specifics. Erin then brings us up to date on the wonderful words of comfort coming from Renee Baio, Chachi’s wife, directed at the mother of one of the victims of the Sandy Hook shooting. D. Marie shifts gears, sharing her advice on who to avoid on the bus, in a bar, in a grocery store, etc., while Erin tackles a listener question about who should propose in a same-sex relationship. Don’t let the Minnesota accents fool ya! These two gays and two gals are solving the world’s problems two drinks at a time. Features Strong Language, Mature Themes, and Midwest Advice from the Twin Cities. Drunk-O-Meter Rating: 3 out of 5 Subscribe and rate us on iTunes. Visit our website for more content at http://www.twodrinksinpod.com Like us on Facebook: twodrinksin Email us at twodrinksinpod@gmail.com Tweet us at @twodrinksinpod Make sure to use the hashtag #twodrinksinpod Hosts: D. Marie Long, Dana Severson, Erin Roberts, and James Lekvin Producer: James Lekvin The Drinks: Apothic Red, Spotted Cow, and Miller 64 TDI Sponsor: Burnt Brews - http://www.burntbrews.com

Who? Weekly
Who's There: Rachel McCord & Louise Linton?

Who? Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2017 34:21


First we tips from Fame Game author and all-around celebrity expert, Rachel McCord, by reading her website. Then, we use those tips to investigate the recent (and past!) scandal's of Louise Linton—yes, the Instagram getting-off-the-plane lady. Plus, did LOST produce any Thems? And we discover the most important thing that happened surrounding MTV's VMAs this year. (No, it wasn't any of the actual awards.)

AA Show
Ep #51 (08/24/2017): Look I contributed to the economy willingly

AA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2017 27:59


I talk about ridiculous auto insurance rate in Michigan, especially in Detroit (listen to this Governor Rick Snyder) and Steve Mnuchin's wife Louise Linton looking down looking for inspirational messages. I found my inspiration to hate on. Intro: PJ Harvey: Who the F****

The Gist
Russia's Lab Rat

The Gist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2017 31:18


Filmmaker Bryan Fogel had a simple hypothesis: The worldwide anti-doping system is a joke. To test his theory, Fogel wanted to dope himself and evade detection. A Russian anti-doping lab director agreed to help. Months later, Fogel’s personal doping coach was blowing the whistle on Russia’s piss-swapping scam to get around anti-doping rules. Fogel’s documentary, Icarus, is available on Netflix.  In the Spiel: The Instagram drama of Louise Linton, wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
Gist: Russia's Lab Rat

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2017 31:18


Filmmaker Bryan Fogel had a simple hypothesis: The worldwide anti-doping system is a joke. To test his theory, Fogel wanted to dope himself and evade detection. A Russian anti-doping lab director agreed to help. Months later, Fogel’s personal doping coach was blowing the whistle on Russia’s piss-swapping scam to get around anti-doping rules. Fogel’s documentary, Icarus, is available on Netflix.  In the Spiel: The Instagram drama of Louise Linton, wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

This Week in Nope
E149: Javanka: Time to Flush Twice!

This Week in Nope

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 49:19


What a week. After we decided not to record last Wednesday because of the ongoing assault on our Democracy, we’re back to discuss the insurrection and describe the cast of coup characters like the Qanon Shaman and his pelt-clad henchmen. In the midst of the rioting, Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump each accidentally dialed Sen. Mike Lee looking for another Senator–Alabama’s Tommy Tuberville–and asked him to help them in their harebrained scheme to overturn the election. Meanwhile, Trump supporters in Florida defaced a manatee and Melania Trump participated in a photo shoot about rugs. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s wife Louise Linton has a new film coming out in a few weeks in which she plays “a materialistic, narcissistic, self-absorbed, raging misanthrope” who “may or may not have an undiagnosed personality disorder.” (In other words, a biopic.) Finally, we mourn the death of Dr. Harold Bornstein, a legend in the fields of gastroenterology and literature. R.I.P. HEAR US ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-nope/ ( https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-nope/id1312654524?mt=2 ) OVERCAST https://overcast.fm/itunes1312654524/this-week-in-nope SPOTIFY https://open.spotify.com/show/07WFZhd5bgY1l1BspArfRJ STITCHER https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/this-week-in-nope SOUNDCLOUD https://soundcloud.com/user-518735966/tracks POCKET CASTS https://pca.st/SrJY RADIO PUBLIC https://radiopublic.com/this-week-in-nope-GAOx3N *In this week’s episode:* Read Caitlin Flanagan’s excellent piece, “Worst Revolution Ever” ( https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/01/worst-revolution-ever/617623/ ) in the Atlantic. *Big #YUP to…* Fran Lebowitz’s “Pretend It’s a City” ( https://www.netflix.com/title/81078137 ) on Netflix Rep. Jerry Nadler, for representing New York with a babka from Zabar’s ( https://www.eater.com/2021/1/14/22230784/jerry-nadler-brought-zabars-babka-to-the-donald-trump-impeachment-hearing ) at impeachment *In addition to Twitter, you can now also follow us on* *Goodpods* ( https://www.goodpods.com/ ) *, an app that will help you discover great podcasts.*