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Beep beep! This movie had us cruisin' for a snoozin'. Pull up for George Lucas nonsense, the morality of mooning, and the lengths teens will go to when they have nothing to do but drive around. The person most confused by the film this week was: Lianna, who still can't believe that was Ron Howard.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, 2 Guys 5 Movies offers up another “return slot” episode where they deep dive a specific older film. This episode focuses on the ‘80s fantasy classic, Willow, directed by Ron Howard and starring Warwick Davis and Val Kilmer. The sequel television series debuts in late November on Disney+. Finally, if you have your own ideas for the podcast, you can also email us with list suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org, and thank you all for listening and your support.
We learn that it was a series of ambitions and dreams that didn't happen, that helped steer James D. Wilcox, ACE, into a vastly successful career as an editor and director. Hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and later, going on to attend Clark Atlanta University, James secured a series of internships that helped usher him into a career as a news editor. It was at that moment that James insists that editing found him and he later relocated to California. In this conversation, James talks about what it was like coming from Pittsburgh and having no linkage to Hollywood and yet, his journey led him to work with legendary director, Ron Howard and edit projects like Genius and Hillbilly Elegy. We get to discuss his latest film, also directed by Ron Howard, called Thirteen Lives, based on the real-life international story about a group of young soccer players and their coach who were rescued after being trapped for over two weeks in an underground cave in Thailand after a massive flood. James' other credits include My Wife and Kids, Soul Food, Dark Angel, Everybody Hates Chris, Reno 911!, CSI: Miami, Roots (2016) and Raising Dion. James has also worked with James Cameron, Mario Van Pebbles and Damon Wayans and is also a member of the Directors Guild of America and on the diversity committee of the Motion Picture Editors Guild. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/postinblack/support
Welcome to November 5, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate standing out in a crowd and our National mammal. The genetic trait that causes red hair is found in only two percent of the population, so those of us with natural red have no trouble standing out. If you have both red hair and blue eyes then you are in a 1 percent category and chances are you are also left handed. And while redheads have a reputation for being feisty and stubborn we are also natural born leaders. This may have more to do with getting picked on or singled out in life and learning quickly to defend ourselves. Which seems to have worked well for Carrot Top, Carol Burnett, Ron Howard and Lucille Ball. On National Love Your Red Hair Day celebrate this unique trait and the bonus of standing out in a crowd. You may think of the majestic bison as existing only in the Great Plains. In fact they can be found in all 50 states. This is good news if you plan to see one today while celebrating National Play Outside Day, but be careful! Weighing in at nearly 2000 pounds they are the largest land mammal in North America. You should know that they can run almost 45 miles an hour and can jump nearly six vertical feet! Here in North Dakota their thick fur comes in handy for its insulation against the cold. The animal can be covered in snow that will not melt thanks to a coat that is ten times more hairy than cattle. Bison have played a central role in the livelihood of Native Americans and because of their impact on our culture and environment they are now protected as our National Mammal. On National Bison Day, we celebrate this essential part of our Nation's history. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
LOUIS ARMSTRONG'S BLACK & BLUES offers an intimate and revealing look at the world-changing musician, presented through a lens of archival footage and never-before-heard home recordings and personal conversations. This definitive documentary, directed by Sacha Jenkins, honors Armstrong's legacy as a founding father of jazz, one of the first internationally known and beloved stars, and a cultural ambassador of the United States. LOUIS ARMSTRONG'S BLACK & BLUES shows how Armstrong's own life spans the shift from the Civil War to the Civil Rights movement, and how he became a lightning rod figure in that turbulent era. LOUIS ARMSTRONG'S BLACK & BLUES is a project of Imagine Documentaries and Polygram Entertainment with a production team that includes Sara Bernstein, Justin Wilkes, Michele Anthony, Brian Grazer, and Ron Howard. Director and producer Sacha Jenkins joins us for a conversation on the profound impact that Louis Armstrong has had on American music, specifically jazz, his multi-hyphenated career as a singer, trumpeter, actor, bandleader, artist, ambassador of American culture, his life-long partnership with his wife, Lil, and how important it was for Jenkins to re-set the perception of this humble man with a thorough recounting of his personal, professional and musical life.
"You go, we go!" - Stephen McCafferty (Kurt Russell) Join our Discord https://discord.gg/jDrUtNcRq2 And we're back again! This time around on Season 3 we breakdown the '90s films of Kurt Russell (an action star who is both iconic and yet still , we think, oddly underappreciated.) Kicking off the season Scott and Special Guest Caleb Knutson (check out his YouTube Channel Caleb Watches Movies) look at the 1991 Ron Howard *ahem* "classic" "Backdraft." Ok, ok so we admit this movie is daft as a brush, has way too many subplots and a number of characters who have no right to been there. On saying that, do we think this movie is an enjoyable ride? Hell yeah, we do! Listen as Caleb talks about the special place this film has in his heart and Scott talk about how he assumed he had misremembered from his childhood viewings that fire is presented as a sentient villain (because that is silly right?) and his amusement that he had actually remembered that correctly! Elsewhere in the episode, Caleb and Scott talk about how Donald Sutherland steals the film, how Kurt Russell and William Baldwin actually make really convincing brothers and get into just how wild and woolly the script for this film. Plus, they get into how Ron Howard might be one of the most middle of the road directors in cinematic history, whether or not Scott Glen is actually a vampire and how surprised they were to find out that this movie had a sequel....in 2019!
Welcome back to PARTISAN, a podcast exploring politics and history in film and entertainment.Join your host, Tony Black, as he guests on the Frame to Frame podcast alongside hosts Andy Williams & Sean Wilson, discussing a pair of Richard Nixon movies - FROST/NIXON from 2008 and SECRET HONOR from 1984, both focused on Nixon's dark confessions about his life and crimes...Next time on Partisan, guest Wynter Tyson joins Tony to discuss the futurist series from 2019 from Russell T. Davies, YEARS AND YEARS...Host / EditorAndy WilliamsCo-HostSean WilsonGuest / ProducerTony BlackLike our Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/partisanpodFollow us on Twitter:@partisanpod_Support the We Made This podcast network on Patreon:www.patreon.com/wemadethisWe Made This on Twitter: @we_madethiswemadethisnetwork.comTitle music: Progressive Progress (c) Howard Harper-Barnes via epidemicsound.com
Welcome back to PARTISAN, a podcast exploring politics and history in film and entertainment. Join your host, Tony Black, as he guests on the Frame to Frame podcast alongside hosts Andy Williams & Sean Wilson, discussing a pair of Richard Nixon movies - FROST/NIXON from 2008 and SECRET HONOR from 1984, both focused on Nixon's dark confessions about his life and crimes... Next time on Partisan, guest Wynter Tyson joins Tony to discuss the futurist series from 2019 from Russell T. Davies, YEARS AND YEARS... Host / Editor Andy Williams Co-Host Sean Wilson Guest / Producer Tony Black Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/partisanpod Follow us on Twitter: @partisanpod_ Support the We Made This podcast network on Patreon: www.patreon.com/wemadethis We Made This on Twitter: @we_madethis wemadethisnetwork.com Title music: Progressive Progress (c) Howard Harper-Barnes via epidemicsound.com
In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, two films that hit much bigger than expected - each of which changed a lot in post-production.Horror hit Paranormal Activity actually first debuted on screen in 2007. But it'd be two years before it got a full wide release in cinemas, and by then the ending would have undergone changes (and a planned remake abandoned).20th Century Fox was having doubts about 1985's Cocoon, meanwhile, to the point where Robert Zemeckis was fired as its director (making Back To The Future instead!). In came Ron Howard though, and changes would get underway...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. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Spro & Lee welcome author, educator, world traveler, and old friend, Joe Lewis, who joins the boys on a trip twenty-one years into the past where they discuss college, the films of 2001 and Ron Howard's ill-gotten best director Oscar for A Beautiful Mind.
Angels & Demons (2009)Antimatter bombs, the god particle, science vs religon! This movie has it all! A bioentanglement physicist (what even is that?), a daredevil symbologist (why did TH do this to us 3 times!), a scottish/italian/irish helicopter flying priest, a murdered pope, a conspiracy, a secret society! I mean what else do you want from Ron Howard! Even the science isn't that off! What is happening?Ok but seriously, the movie is dumb and no we don't forgive Tom Hanks! "Scientists need to eat too!"Follow us on TikTok to catch live recordings of the episodes:TikTok: @scienceatthemoviesInstagram: @scienceatthemoviesEmail: email@example.comReferences for this episode:The Cern website has a lot of information and references about the topics covered in this episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this Episode, Ray Freaked the eff out on shrooms, Ron Howard's Bro is tight, Ray doesn't know CCs and Jimmy's learns to ride, after an interruption Ray dreams of being a racing star, Jimmy's talks about a movie, Aguiniga Family Crest, going to church as a kid and classic handheld games, video games, Future AI will continue the podcast like the Dudsy Podcast, moto helmets, Ray eats it haard at Universal Studios on his birthday, and some other bullshit, Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT and SHARE. Thank you.
Mike, Paul and Joe close out the unplanned “Space Month” with one of the best space movies ever made. They begin with discussions on wanting to be an astronaut growing up, Joe's love of Bill Paxton and the fascination with Kevin Bacon. They discuss Reel It Back's favorite actor Tom Hanks and how he's able to pull off an incredible performance as Jim Lovell. The guys close with a list of the top 5 Ron Howard films of all-time! Listeners, it's been a privilege podcasting for you! Twitter: @ReelItBackPodInstagram: ReelItBackPodFacebook: Reel It BackPart of the Walk-Ons NetworkThank you for listening!
In this episode, José talks to Ron Howard the Emmy nominated documentary "We Feed People" and about how food saved his movie career. (Hint: the secret recipe was a rack of lamb.) Plus he makes his favorite tapa and answers your questions. Get full access to Longer Tables with José Andrés at joseandres.substack.com/subscribe
On this week's show CDR goes all the way back in time and basks in the glory of his first ever theatrical experience, Ron Howard's warm smile and magnitudes of child endangerment in Willow (1988). Then we head on down to Florida with Joel D. Wynkoop's camcorder, his menagerie of comedic action dunces and a plethora of roundhouse kicks in Lost Faith (1992) Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: facebook.com/groups/cultofmuscle Merch: redbubble.com/people/cultofmuscle/shop
Welcome to the place where we get to let our geek flags fly and talk about all things geek. Basically a fuzzy guide to life, the universe, and everything but mostly geek stuff. This is a look into the world of geekdom and some geek news, comics, The Simpsons, Star Wars, and whatever randomness finds its way onto the recording. This level of the podcast is a great conversation all about some of the amazing geeky directors who have brought us the stuff that makes podcasts like this even possible. Marshall Danny and I talked a bunch of them (a list of 20 plus 5 honorable mentions). They include: Tim Burton, Sam Raimi, Quentin Tarantino, Ron Howard, Edgar Wright, Ridley Scott, Joe Johnston, Richard Donner, Peter Jackson, Taika Waititi, Ivan Reitman, Denis Villenueve, Lloyd Kaufman, Ryan Coogler, Phil Lorde & Chris Miller, The Russo Brothers, Stanley Kubrick, George Lucas, Jon Favreau, Steven Spielberg, Bryce Dallas Howard, Dave Filoni, James Mangold, Robert Rodriguez, and Rian Johnson. It's a good chat. Congrats on completing Level 314 of the podcast! Think positive, test negative, stay safe, wash your hands, wear a mask, and good luck out there. Feel free to contact me on Twitter and/or Instagram (@wookieeriot). You can also reach the show by e-mail, email@example.com., or by joining the Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1879505335626093). I'd love to hear from you. Merch is available at teepublic.com/user/laugh-it-up-fuzzball. Also subscribe to the feed on Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Stitcher, Breaker, IHeartRadio, RadioPublic, Spotify, or any of the apps which pull from those sources. Go do your thing so I can keep doing mine. If you feel so inclined, drop a positive rating or comment on those apps. Ratings help others find the madness. Tell your friends, geekery is always better with peers. Thank YOU for being a part of this hilarity! There's a plethora of ways to comment about the show and I look forward to seeing your thoughts, comments, and ideas. May the force be with us all, thanks for stopping by, you stay classy, be excellent to each other and party on dudes! TTFN… Wookiee out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/support
The Waltons, Judy Norton, "Mary Ellen" answers the fan questions that were sent in directly to "That's Classic!" Judy answers questions about specific episodes in detail! She landed the role of Mary Ellen, the eldest daughter in the Walton family, and ended up spending nine seasons on the show. Judy talks with me about everything from working with Ralph Waite as a director on "The Fawn" to working with Ron Howard on "The Gift" to her favorite behind the scenes moments and the pranks the cast played. EVERY WALTONS FAN WILL HEAR THINGS THEY MAY HAVE NEVER HEARD BEFORE!! Subscribe for free to YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBtpVKzLW389x6_nIVHpQcA?sub_confirmation=1 Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thats-classic/id1533742435 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4mye7taOcWtcasDgwQqxnf Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1533742435/thats-classic Google: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8yZmIxYzZiYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Anchor: https://anchor.fm/john-cato Hosted by John Cato, actor, voiceover artist, and moderator for over 20 years for the television and movie industry. John's background brings a unique insight and passion to the podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-cato/support
Obrim amb un especial de la sèrie de Netflix, Heartstopper. Parlem de com sorgeix la idea de portar-ho a Netflix, el cast principal, el guió, la direcció i curiositats de la producció. Analitzem les trames i seguim els personatges principals i secundaris a través de la història d’amor entre Charlie i Nick. La segona part la dediquem al cinema. Fem la ressenya de dues de les millors pel·lícules que hem vist aquest estiu. Comencen per Tretze vides dirigida per Ron Howard, la història de supervivència dels nens atrapats en una cova de Tailàndia. Tanquem amb Elvis, el biopic que ha dirigit Baz Luhrmann amb molt de brilli i un Austin Butler pletòric. Us acompanyen l’Ignasi Arbat, l’Aram Bonmatí, l’Escarrufa (Escarrufa Animation) i la Marta Sanz. Web: https://www.ningunoesperfecte.cat Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ningunoesperfecte
5 Minute WriterArticleRob Hart's WebsiteConnect with Rob on Twitter!Connect with David on TwitterLast week on the interview series I talked to Bianca Marias, author of the new release The Witches of Moonshyne Manor and host of the popular podcast, The Shit No One Tells You About Writing. She shared how she developed unique character voices in her novel3 BIG TAKEAWAYS Use a variety of ways to develop character voiceThe importance of a great agent-author relationshipWhere The Shit Noone Tells You About Writing podcast is headedToday's interview will help anyone who feels like their writing needs a little boost. Rob shares some really important and practical writing tips while giving a behind the scenes look at how he creates his fascinating and suspenseful novels. Let's get to the interview!BIORob Hart is the author of six novels, including The Paradox Hotel and The Warehouse , as well as the short story collection Take-Out , Scott Free with James Patterson, and a Star Wars short story. The Warehouse , sold in more than 20 countries and was optioned for film by Ron Howard!
This week, Austin Rood of The Picture Show with Austin & Phil Rood joins Travis to talk about the 1995 Ron Howard directed, Tom Hanks starring, film about the real life mission, Apollo 13. Austin is a self proclaimed "Space Nerd" so, what did he think about this movie? Did he know about the real life events? It's a fun discussion, check it out! Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@TheAudieNorman) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit” provided by Purple-Planet.net
What do you get when you add together, Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, and a true story? The answer is a movie that Kevin and Dougie are sure to review on the show. Ron Howard has a history of mixed opinions from our hosts, with stunning 5 star films like Cinderella Man, and terrible turns acting in movies like The Shootist and American Graffiti. Is he the right fella to take the helm of this remarkable story and turn it into a movie that gets all the things right? Listen and find out.
Its Jamie's choice for Movie Night and he chose the 1988 Ron Howard film "Willow". We are also joined by Dayo Williams who has a special place in his heart for this movie. Also on the show, Stev3 shares his experience in seeing the first 3 episodes of Andor (NO SPOILERS).
Bruno Guedão fala (SEM SPOILERS) o que achou do filme de Ron Howard que conta a história real de um time de futebol infantil que ficou preso em uma caverna na Tailândia e foi resgatado por mergulhadores britânicos. O post Assisti “13 Vidas – O Resgate” – Bicicletas Voadoras #86 apareceu primeiro em Salada Cult.
At the "Thirteen Lives" premiere in LA, the cast Ron Howard, Viggo Mortensen, Joel Edgerton, Rick Stanton, Colin Ferrell, and Tom Bateman were all on hand to celebrate the release of the movie, but more importantly, talk about the heroes the film depicts. Howard spoke about the importance of keeping the audience engaged but making sure to keep the details of the movie as accurate as possible. In contrast, Mortensen said about how hard it was getting into character and the process that went into cave diving. Others spoke about the claustrophobia they felt making the movie and how their teamwork kept them going to honor all those involved. Host: Monica Gleberman (@Monica1236) Editor: Gail Langdon Social Media Graphic: Jojo -- Synopsis: A rescue mission is assembled in Thailand where a group of young boys and their soccer coach are trapped in a system of underground caves that are flooding. *Thirteen is currently available to stream on Prime Video Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @SilenceonSet and Instagram @SilenceonSetPod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/silence-on-set/support
This week, Justin couldn't be with us today, but in his place we are excited to welcome back to the pod one half of the great podcasts Blerd Life with My Wife and Blerd Watchers and the twitch channel The Okami Council, it's Marshall Stevenson! Marshall is joining us here today for another installment in our Flashback series of episodes, where we invite a guest onto the show to discuss one of their all time favorite films, and Marshall has selected the 2001 Best Picture winning film A Beautiful Mind, written by Akiva Goldsman, starring Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Paul Bettany, Christopher Plummer, and Adam Goldberg, and directed by Ron Howard! Don't forget to follow the show @CinemaJoes on Twitter and follow our hosts around the web at the following places! Hosts' Other Pods Podwork Angels - TV Break - Bill vs. The MCU Hosts' Writing Justin's Blog - Justin's Letterboxd Noah‘s Blog - Noah's Twitter Alex's Letterboxd - Alex's Twitter - Alex's PopBreak --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/CinemaJoes/support
On this episode, Derek sits with actor and voice over artist, Jim Meskimen. We discuss growing up around Hollywood, his incredible filmography, working with Ron Howard, the legacy of Robin Williams, tales from the set of "Apollo 13", how he crafts impersonations and so much more.
It's a very happy day as "Naked Lunch" warmly welcomes a beloved Hollywood icon, an Emmy-winning legend, a surprisingly viral fisherman, and a recently anointed DILF -- none other than "The Fonz" himself. . . Henry Winkler. Henry and Phil's friendship goes way back, and over a tasty spread from Courage Bagels, the "Naked Lunch" gang has a blast discussing Henry's amazing experiences on "Happy Days" with Ron Howard and Garry Marshall, his life-changing times working with Bill Hader on "Barry," how he met his wife Stacey, as well as some surprisingly and truly Fab stories about Lennon & McCartney and, yes, trout fishing too. To learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
Editor - James D. Wilcox, ACE THIRTEEN LIVES editor James D. Wilcox joins the Rough Cut to talk about cutting Ron Howard's latest film. James first collaborated with Howard on the series, Genius, and received an ACE Eddie award for his work on the episode, "Einstein - Chapter 1". From there, James would do another episode of Genius ("Aretha"), as well as cutting Howard's adaptation of the J.D. Vance book, HILBILLY ELEGY; which would be Wilcox's first feature editing job. Unlike most feature editors who started their journey in post as an assistant, James actually started out as an editor, but working in news and sports. This experience proved invaluable to him later in his career when he started cutting scripted shows and features. THIRTEEN LIVES recounts the incredible true story of the tremendous global effort to rescue a Thai soccer team who become trapped in the Tham Luang cave during an unexpected rainstorm. Faced with insurmountable odds, a team of the world's most skilled and experienced divers -- uniquely able to navigate the maze of flooded, narrow cave tunnels -- join with Thai forces and more than 10,000 volunteers to attempt a harrowing rescue of the twelve boys and their coach. With impossibly high stakes and the entire world watching, the group embarks on their most challenging dive yet, showcasing the limitlessness of the human spirit in the process. Editing THIRTEEN LIVES In our discussion with THIRTEEN LIVES editor, James D. Wilcox we talk about: The evolution of his collaboration with director, Ron Howard Cutting in a language you don't speak Maintaining the scale and geography for the audience Creating tension with an underwater soundscape Winding an unseen clock The Credits Visit ExtremeMusic for all your production audio needs LEAVE YOUR QUESTIONS FOR PRO EDITORS HERE Hear James talk about his work on HILLBILLY ELEGY See which model of Avid Media Composer is right for you Subscribe to The Rough Cut podcast and never miss an episode Visit The Rough Cut on YouTube
We have big news: we're adding a tiny third person to our trivia team later this year, so to celebrate, Hallie has written six questions all about babies! We also crawl into discussions of art, movies, and mythology!2:13: Q1 (Arts & Literature): What Flemish artist known for painting classical and Christian history also painted portraits of his brothers and his own son as babies?8:16: Q2 (Times & Places): The only king in history to be crowned in utero, Shapur II was the longest-reigning monarch in the history of what nation, at the time known as the Sasanian Empire?16:54: Q3 (Sports & Games): Babysitting this is a minigame collection video game, which is a spin-off of a series that also includes games called Cooking this, Gardening this, and Crafting this.27:06: Q4 (Movies & TV): What 1988 film, which was executive produced by George Lucas and directed by Ron Howard, is about a farmer who is chosen to protect an important baby from an evil queen?35:24: Q5 (Music): What singer-songwriter is best known for his signature songs “Diana”, “Lonely Boy”, “Put Your Head on My Shoulder”, and “(You're) Having My Baby”?40:13: Q6 (Everything Else): The birth story of what Greek hero says that while his mother, Danae, was imprisoned in a bronze chamber, Zeus impregnated her in the form of golden rain?Theme music: "Thinking it Over" by Lee Rosevere, licensed under CC BY 2.0E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quizandhers/Twitter: https://twitter.com/quizandhersInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/quizandhers/Massive Late Fee Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/massive-late-fee/id1439705386
We had the privilege of talking with Nancy and Amy Harrington - The Passionistas! Inspired by the new women's movement, Amy and Nancy felt called to keep building on that dialogue. Through The Passionistas Project, they are sharing the positive stories of strong, empowered, and passionate women from all disciplines and walks of life. On a mission to inspire women of all ages to pursue their dreams, overcome obstacles and take charge of their own destinies through a podcast, subscription box, monthly events, and an annual Women's Equality Summit.These powerhouse ladies have conducted over 1,400 interviews including more than 60 one-on-one oral histories for The Interviews for the Television Academy Foundation — including in-depth conversations with actors Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Danny DeVito, Ed O'Neill and Charlotte Rae, former CBS president Nina Tassler and esteemed television directors Beth McCarthy Miller (30 Rock, Modern Family), Lesli Linka Glatter (Mad Men, Homeland) and Pamela Fryman (How I Met Your Mother, One Day at a Time). Other interviews include Lily Tomlin, Ron Howard, Tina Fey, Carol Burnett, Ryan Murphy, Judith Light, Chaz Bono, Alan Alda, Penny Marshall, Lance Bass, and Iyanla Van Zant.They were handpicked by OWN to be part of the VIP digital press corps covering Oprah's Lifeclass during Winfrey's tour of the U.S. and Toronto. They have produced interviews for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Rock and Politics, Rolling Stone Magazine, and Rock on TV exhibits. And through their work as MediaMine's Creative Directors, helped to create the Official Hollywood Walk of Fame App, a thousand-question Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson trivia game, and more.Join us in conversation and discover how to follow and live your passions!Grab the full show notes and links mentioned during the episode here
Not long after the release of a documentary about the Thai cave rescue comes a dramatized version of those events from director Ron Howard. Much like The Rescue last year, Amazon Prime's Thirteen Lives is a film worth watching — boosted by dependable performances from the always great Viggo Mortenson, Colin Farrell and Joel Edgerton.Matt and Grant are two old friends on Long Island in New York who have been watching movies together for 30 years.Check them out at suburbanmovieguys.com where you can sign up to follow them on the podcasting app of your choice.
TVC 588.6: Singer/actress Lucie Arnaz talks to Ed about how both Lucy and Desi, the Emmy-nominated documentary produced by Ron Howard and directed by Amy Poehler, and Let's Talk to Lucy, the daily talk show that Lucille Ball hosted for CBS radio in 1964-1965 (and which Lucie recently re-released as a podcast), present the personal side of her famous mom. Lucie Arnaz recently joined forces with Doors of Change, the nonprofit organization, founded by Jeffrey Sitcov, that uses arts and music to keep homeless youth off the streets and, in many cases, help them find safe forever homes. There are more than 4 million homeless youth in the U.S. today, many of whom are between the ages of sixteen and twenty-five. Jeffrey Sitcov co-hosts this segment. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email email@example.com or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Director Ron Howard discusses his new film, Thirteen Lives, with fellow director Akiva Goldsman in a Q&A at the DGA theater in New York. In the conversation, Howard reveals how much of the stunts the actors performed, his thoughts on the future of theatrical film, and his favorite scene in the film. The film follows the miraculous story of the 2018 Tham Luang Nang Non rescue, in which an international team of divers was assembled to save a group of 12 young boys and their soccer coach after they became trapped in a system of flooded caves in Thailand. Please note: spoilers are included. See photos and a summary of this event below: https://www.dga.org/Events/2022/September2022/ThirteenLives_QnA_0822.aspx
MASSIVELY INSANELY HUGE SPOILER WARNING!!!!It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday...or watch the film retelling of the 2018 Thailand Soccer team cave rescue "Thirteen Lives", whatever you choose. Today Alec and Justin discuss the new film from Ron Howard, the documentary "The Rescue", what would happen if this event occurred in America, figuring out what Vigo Mortensen actually is and much more. Enjoy!This episode is sponsored by Fanimal. Use check out code Horror for $20 of credit towards your first purchase. Visit https://fanimal.com/ Or download the Fanimal App.This Episode is sponsored by Bards Clothing. Visit https://www.bardsclothing.com. and follow them on Instagram @bardsclothing
Join hosts Matt Diaz and Ernesto Santos as we discuss the latest movie news including Paramount+ being bundled with Walmart+, a Ferris Bueller's Day Off spinoff film is in the works and Disney is developing a live-action Big Thunder Mountain Railroad movie. We'll then give you our SPOILER REVIEW of Ron Howard's newest film, Thirteen Lives, which follows the true story of the rescue mission in Thailand where a group of young boys and their soccer coach were trapped in a system of underground caves that were flooding. Time Stamps: 4:11 - Movie News 36:33 - Thirteen Lives Review --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/BoxOfficeBingers/support
Today we talk about the underwhelming????? movie Solo! Origin stories, letting the past die, and of course the infamous last name SOLO. 'Nuff Said. Help us get to 50 Patrons by the end of the year so we can cover every Pixar movie! - Sign up for $3
We have a composer for you today who has been on our wish-list for a very long time. Benjamin Wallfisch has built up strong relationships in the industry, perhaps most notably with our old friend Hans Zimmer, with whom he has collaborated on several projects including Blade Runner 2049. Benjamin's latest outing is on Ron Howard's Thirteen Lives, which tells the miraculous true story of the boys and the football coach who were rescued from a Thai cave having been trapped by flooding.
Welcome to Watch Diary. Ryan Snelling welcomes Brando Hall to review the latest Ron Howard film, THIRTEEN LIVES, available now on Prime Video. Then, Ryan goes solo to review the new Idris Elba film, BEAST.Subscribe to the Rewatch Ryan YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBQoQz2fXwowa4NHvfNf_awFollow along with Ryan's Letterboxd:https://letterboxd.com/rewatchryanListen to the Watch Diary podcast on Apple:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/watch-diary/id851220414Or Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/3TQhkQOZ0NAHMJcUGq6Oz4?si=162298b42d12474cTIKTOKhttps://www.tiktok.com/@rewatchryanINSTAGRAMhttps://instagram.com/rewatchryanTWITTERhttps://twitter.com/rewatchryan
Episode 27 of Paranormal Stories. This week the books are 'Soul to God: A Soul's Journey Over Many Lives' by Michael Kramer and 'Alien In The Mirror: Extraterrestrial Contact Theories & Evidence' by Randall Fitzgerald.Randall Fitzgerald 'Alien In The Mirror: Extraterrestrial Contact Theories & Evidence'For independent-minded readers, those who want all of the theories and supporting evidence to make up their own minds, Alien in the Mirror brings refreshing clarity and sanity to a topic long shrouded in smoke and mirror confusion.Encyclopedic in its scope and mind-expandingly rich in its detail, this book is destined to be a classic, written by an investigative reporter, Randall Fitzgerald, who has studied the alien contact phenomenon for over five decades.All aspects of this controversial subject are comprehensively covered—ancient astronaut theories, UFOs and UFO occupants, contactees and abductees, the ideas of skeptics and debunkers, and the SETI science program and its detractors. Each of the five sections open with new findings and stunning revelations from the author's own thorough investigations.Alien in the Mirror is quite literally a condensation of information from hundreds of books. It represents the most authoritative and complete guide to the realm of extraterrestrial contact, theories and evidence, ever compiled. It presents a fascinating definitive history of the phenomenon, giving readers objective and essential information that challenges us to reexamine what we think we know about our consensus reality.As the legendary theorist and scientist Jacques F. Vallée writes in his Foreword to Alien in the Mirror: “This book will stand as testimony to a well-traveled road of investigation and wonder. We should acknowledge it with gratitude, not only for its neat classification of complex events, but for the hope it gives us of a long-delayed, much welcome re-awakening of the true spirt of science after seventy years of slumber.”BioRandall Fitzgerald's ten books (and more than 50 books as a ghostwriter) have been pioneering explorations of a wide variety of topics, reflecting his diverse interests and an insatiable curiosity cultivated by 35 years as a newspaper and magazine journalist. For two decades he was a Roving Editor for Reader's Digest and also wrote investigative feature articles for The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.He began his journalism career at 19, as a general assignment reporter for The Tyler Morning Telegraph, in Tyler, Texas. While in journalism school at the University of Texas at Austin, he worked as a political reporter in the state capitol bureau of The Houston Post and spent a semester as a Congressional Fellow in Washington, D.C., working as press secretary to a U.S. Congressman. In August 1974, the week that Richard Nixon resigned as President, he became an investigative reporter for newspaper syndicated columnist Jack Anderson, in Washington, D.C. He received a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism in 1975 to investigate the Mafia and CIA connections of the publisher of The National Enquirer by going undercover as a reporter for the tabloid. His first book contract came from Pocket Books/Simon & Schuster, based on his Enquirer investigation. His second book appeared in 1979, from Macmillan, The Complete Book of Extraterrestrial Encounters, the cover of which was immortalized in Ron Howard's extraterrestrial-themed film Cocoon. During 1978-80, he co-edited Second Look magazine, devoted to articles about the search for extraterrestrial life, the nature of consciousness, and the origins of civilization. He edited articles from some of the biggest names in science and science fiction---Isaac Asimov, Stanislaw Lem, Sir Fred Hoyle, Paul Davies, Sir Roger Penrose. In 2003 and 2004, he was a Senior Editor of Phenomena magazine, founded by former Hollywood studio executive Jeff Sagansky.Two of his books, Lucky You! (2004, Citadel/Kensington) and The Hundred Year Lie (2006, Penguin/Dutton) were Amazon.com bestsellers. Lucky You! was the first book to examine the link between intuition and luck in games of chance and got distribution in Spanish, Japanese, and Korean editions. The Hundred Year Lie, about the impact of synthetic chemicals on human health, was also published by Beijing University Press in China, where it has been a perennial seller.Based on his Lucky You! book, he was selected in 2005 as the media master of ceremonies for the 100th anniversary celebration of the founding of the city of Las Vegas, on behalf of the Fremont Street Experience, a collection of 10 casinos, including the Golden Nugget, along with the city of Las Vegas, giving live television interviews to dozens of local television stations nationwide. He has been a guest on ABC's The View, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Dr. Mehmet Oz Show, The Michael Smerconish Show, Court TV, CBS' 48 Hours, ABC's 20/20, BBC and PBS Radio, and hundreds of other television and radio shows, including four appearances on The Coast-to-Coast radio show with George Noory.https://alieninthemirror.com/https://www.amazon.com/Alien-Mirror-Extraterrestrial-Theories-Evidence-ebook/dp/B09X874R4P/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1649265119&sr=1-4Michael Kramer 'Soul to God: A Soul's Journey Over Many Lives'At 12 years of age, a powerful spiritual force lifted me out of my body into a world of extreme light, profound love, and bliss. My life goal became to understand and duplicate that experience at will. Guided by an inner presence I began my life study of Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Zen, Taoist and New Age thought in search of answers.At 13, memories began surfacing of my past life as a Tibetan Buddhist Lama, who taught his students the aggressive, dispassionate sport of debate, to logically challenge everyone, including oneself. Challenging religious dogma did not endear me to the Jesuit Brothers at my all-boys, Catholic High School. I was labeled a rebel who challenged religious logic and authority.Thus began my life path and conflict, rejecting traditional thought in search of an all-inclusive wisdom that made sense—that included all religions and sciences, and led to my goal of God Realization. Soul to God is the story of my Soul's journey over many lifetimes, of the miracles and revelations that led to the Divine.BioMichael R. Kramer spent 34 years as a spiritual leader, teacher, public speaker and spiritual counselor. He retired from his business in international graphic design, to focus on supporting the planetary evolution taking place. Michael is living in San Diego California. Soul to God is his first book.https://www.amazon.com/Soul-God-Souls-Journey-Lives-ebook/dp/B0B46HTH13/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1655324756&sr=8-1https://soultogod.com/https://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast
Today's episode takes two questions as its subject: first, why does someone develop insomnia, and second, what adds gasoline to the sleep-disorder fire of insomnia and only makes it rage more powerfully? These are two very complex questions, but through lots of great science and wonderful scientists, we now have a conceptual model explaining how you may find yourself falling into the pit of insomnia. This is called the “3-Ps” model, and it consists of a three-step knock-on cascade of factors that lead to insomnia: predisposing, precipitating, and perpetuating factors.Predisposing factors are those that make a person more vulnerable to insomnia, a good example being certain types of genes that play a non-trivial role in your risk of developing insomnia. It's been discovered that insomnia shows a genetic heritability of between 28%-45%, so if one or both of your parents had insomnia, there is a predisposing risk of developing it. This is not, however, an absolute guarantee that you will develop the condition; these genes simply make you statistically more predisposed. Instead, something else has to come along to flick the first domino that causes the chain reaction development of insomnia.This inciting flick is what the second P—precipitating factors—refers to. The word “precipitate” comes from the Latin root praecipitat, meaning “thrown headlong into something,” which is a good description of what a precipitating factor is—it's a trigger that pushes you headlong into this thing called an insomnia disorder. Examples of these factors include bereavement, bad breakups, and stress at work, all of which can push someone over the threshold of developing insomnia.The third P—perpetuating factors—can also be understood through its Latin root, perpetuus, meaning “to continue or make permanent.” Perpetuating factors are those which continue the condition and make it even more permanent. They include examples of poor sleep hygiene like drinking too much caffeine during the day or using alcohol or THC (which is involved in cannabis) as a sedative in the evening. Of course, it's completely understandable that someone suffering from insomnia would reach for the crutch of alcohol or THC, but they are now understood to be perpetuating factors that only make matters worse.Please note that Matt is not a medical doctor, and none of the content in this podcast should be considered medical advice in any way, shape, or form, nor prescriptive in any way.Today's podcast is supported by MasterClass - the online streaming platform where anyone can learn from the world's best about a variety of topics such as cooking, business, art, entertainment, writing, sports, science, health, and, of course, technology. When you sign up, you get access to all of the classes taught by such masters as Martin Scorsese, Venus Williams, Gordon Ramsay, Steph Curry, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Timberland, Ron Howard, and Bill Clinton to name just a few of Matt's favorites. You may even find a masterclass from a familiar sleep scientist! So if you're curious and have a thirst for learning, head on over to masterclass.com/mattwalker and you will get a discount when you sign up.So, make your way over toMasterClass to take advantage of this incredible deal. And, as always, if you have thoughts or feedback you'd like to share, please reach out to Matt on Instagram.
Today we welcome Josh Szeps who is a television, radio and podcast host who shakes up the status quo with his fierce intellect and infectious sense of humor. Josh's interviews with prominent figures and celebrities like Jane Goodall, Ron Howard, Russel Brand, and Neil Patrick Harris have attracted billions of online views and sold out event tickets. Currently, he can be heard on ABC Radio Sydney and on his award-winning podcast Uncomfortable Conversations.In this episode, I talk to Josh Szeps about what it means to think freely. In this social media age, it's become increasingly challenging to become an independent thinker. Our tribal nature and online echo chambers tend to reinforce ideologies we already believe in. Even the way we talk sounds scripted! Josh and I discuss how to genuinely search for truth so we can broaden our worldviews. We also touch on the topics of intersectionality, wokeism, ethics, and racism.Website: linktr.ee/joshszepsTwitter: @joshzepps Topics02:35 Are we living in a simulation?10:39 The clique of provocateurs16:58 Compromise through conversation23:27 The excess of wokeism27:01 Moral foundations and disgust31:36 Racism in the gay community35:11 Reverse racism37:00 Respecting individual identity over group identity43:16 Should we be proud of intrinsic attributes? 49:08 Scripted ideologies51:40 How to overcome binary thinking 58:01 Pushing limits through radical curiosity
On this episode, director Ron Howard and actor Viggo Mortensen (ever heard of them?) join us to talk about their new movie 'Thirteen Lives.' Later, the gang debates the ethics of whale watching, weighs the pros and cons of a third party in American politics and explores TobyMac's role in a strange Missouri campaign. Also, Derek has some thoughts about what Jamie's role would be in a bank heist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/relevantpodcast.
Ron Howard has a new Hollywood blockbuster, "Thirteen Lives," the true story of boys trapped in a Thai cave -- Eric interviews Ron, as well as one of the stars of the film, Colin Farrell.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.