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Dave and Pat review JPEGMAFIA's 4th album 'LP!' (2:58), Parquet Courts' 7th album 'Sympathy for Life' (10:32), Lana Del Rey's 8th album 'Blue Banisters' (16:06), HBO's 'Insecure' Season 5 premiere (24:51), Pedro Almodóvar's drama film 'Parallel Mothers' starring Penélope Cruz (32:00), Wes Anderson's 10th film 'The French Dispatch' (37:28), and Warner Brothers' epic science fiction film 'Dune' starring Timothée Chalamet (54:16). Follow our Best of 2021 Spotify playlist: open.spotify.com/playlist/5L7qTzU83QDT7zuZszwWdK Subscribe on YouTube: Youtube.com/NowstalgiaPod Follow on Twitter: Twitter.com/NowstalgiaPod
AW 27 | Tom Ruegger - Creator of Animaniacs, Pinky & the Brain, Tiny ToonsIn this week's episode, we are joined by animation legend Tom Ruegger, the creator of Animaniacs, Pinky & The Brain, and Tiny Toons. Tom has been in the animation industry for over four decades and has worked on some of the most memorable cartoons at Warner Brothers, Hanna-Barbera, and Disney. He has won seventeen Emmy Awards for his work that has defined generations of childhoods across the world. To say that I am thrilled to finally sit down with Tom is an understatement!Tune in as Tom takes us back to his journey to fully realizing his animator dreams (you won't believe what the final straw was for Tom to leave New Jersey!) and the events that led him to work amongst animation's biggest names in the 80s. Tom also shares what it was like to work with the likes of Hanna Barbera, Jo Barbera, and Steven Spielberg. Finally, Tom goes into detail about how his iconic works such as Animaniacs, Tiny Toons, and Pinky & The Brain came to be. This is definitely a very inspiring and nostalgic episode!Timestamps:[7:20]Tom Ruegger's Humble Beginnings[17:39]The Phone Booth Call That Changed Tom's Life Forever[22:13]Tom Talks About Working With Hanna-Barbera[29:39]Meeting Steven Spielberg and creating the most iconic cartoon shows of the 90s[41:21]Tom talks about the Will You Wear A Mask project[47:53]Tom shares his processFollow along with Alicyn's Wonderland on:Instagram: @AlicynTikTok: @alicynpackardYouTube: Alicyn PackardTwitter: @Alicyn
It's time for the Animanicast! Discussing the new trailer for the second season of the Animaniacs reboot! Join your hosts Joey, Nathan and Kelly in the "Animanicast!" A podcast dedicated to Animaniacs and its sister shows. Today Joey and Nathan break down the highlights of the new Animaniacs trailer for the second season of the reboot. They also speculate on what some of the scenes might be about, share their favorite moments and share some listener feedback as well! Support The Animanicast The Animanicast now has a Patreon! Head over to Patreon.com/Animanicast for exclusive episode commentaries with Tom Ruegger as well as other awesome rewards! Join the party! Head on over to Discord.Animanicast.com today to join our RetroZap discussion group. You'll get to chat with the hosts of this show as well as the hosts of other RetroZap podcasts! If you'd like to support our show there's lots of ways to do it! First of all, you could go onto Apple Podcasts and leave us a five-star positive review. Also, don't forget to tell a friend about the show! Your retweets and post shares help others find us. By going to Amazon.Animanicast.com you can find some of the newest Animaniacs merchandise including clothing, toys, videos, and even books written by some of the original writers of the show. Get some great stuff and help support our show! You can even use Amazon.Animanicast.com as your portal to Amazon on your next shopping trip and you'll still be supporting our show with any purchase you make. You could also purchase some hand prepared decals from Joey at Decals.Animanicast.com Interested in getting some Animanicast MERCHANDISE? It's in stock now at TeePublic! Get yours at Teepublic.Animanicast.com
Mentioned in the showDr. Jon Paul's piece Punching Down: Why Netflix Deserves Some of the Heat for Dave Chapelle's Transphobic CommentsiHeartRadio NextUp Fellowship ProgramNetflix firing of walkout organizerTransLash Podcast with Imara JonesDIS/Honorable Mentions Tre'Vell picksHM Unholier Than Thou w/ guest Michelle WilliamsHM Transhealth NorthamptonDr. Jon Paul picksDM - Niggas who don't read!HM - Ashlee Marie Preston, organizer of the Netflix walkoutHM - Colman Domingo and everyone connected to the new film “Rustin” where her will be playing Bayard Rustin.Black History is Happening Every Day!Monica Roberts in NABJ's Hall of FameRelated EpisodesEp 49 Is Dave Chappelle Half Baked?Ep 41 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Oh My (ft. Sharon Smith)Our Sponsors This WeekLumi LabsFor free shipping & 30% off your first order… use code: FANTI.Uncommon GoodsFor 15% off your next gift, click the above link.Go ahead and @ usEmail: FANTI@maximumfun.orgIG@FANTIpodcast@Jarrett Hill@rayzon (Tre'Vell)@DoctorJonPaulTwitter@FANTIpodcast@TreVellAnderson@JarrettHill@DoctorJon Paul (guest)@Swish (Senior Producer Laura Swisher)@Rainewheat (Producer Lorraine Wheat)FANTI is produced and distributed by MaximumFun.orgLaura Swisher is senior producer and Lorraine Wheat is producer.
We explore the Grateful Dead's formative early 1966 months in Los Angeles under the patronage of Owsley Stanley, LSD chemist & the band's new sound engineer, featuring Owsley's assistants Tim Scully & Don Douglas, Merry Pranksters, Rosie McGee, & an archival interview with Owsley.GUESTS: Tim Scully, Don Douglas, Rosie McGee, Denise Kaufman, Ken Babbs, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, David Gans
It's been weeks since our last Geekscape news roundtable so it's time to get to work! Warner Brothers heaped a whole lot of new trailers and announcements on us at this past weekend's DC Fandome event, from a new look at 'The Batman' to a brand new Rocksteady Studios video game... so we gotta talk about it! Nintendo is also luring us all back to our Animal Crossing islands but do we really want to set sail? And FX/Hulu has cancelled 'Y: The Last Man'... Can it find a new home? This and tons more on a brand new Geekscape! Subscribe to Geekscape on iTunes! Follow Jonathan on Twitter and Instagram!Join the Geekscape Forever Facebook Group!Visit Geekscape.net for more Geekscape goodness! This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
“The paradigm of your thinking is the source of all of your results.” Today's guest has amassed an incredible wealth of knowledge and wisdom through the relationships she formed during her very unique career. Now it's her mission to give away the wisdom that she's learned from so many masters. In her teens, Marcia Martin was mentored by her aunt, a clairvoyant healer. She later attended the first ever seminar given by Warner Erhard and she became the Senior Vice President of the Erhard Seminars Training program, now known as Landmark. Erhard had the ability to cause powerful transformation in people so that they could reach extraordinary performance and achievement. Throughout her career, she developed relationships with teachers and professionals like Buckminster Fuller, Peter Drucker, Jerry Weintraub, John Denver, Steven Soderbergh, Paul Attanasio, Laurel Birch, and Tony Robins among others. She works as a leadership consultant with corporations like Capitol One, Warner Brothers, and Hard Rock Hotels. Expert action steps: Be present. Discipline your mind to stay in the moment. It is a key to success. Learn to listen generously. Pretend that the person you're listening to is brilliant. If you want something, you have to create the space in which it can exist To learn more about Marcia or to hire her as a speaker, go to https://www.marciamartin.com/. To learn more about the Marcia Martin Membership Club, go to https://www.marciamartinclub.com/. Visit eCircleAcademy.com and book a success with call Nicky to take your practice to the next level.
Jayzen is thrilled to welcome Karen Horne to the show. With over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, she has been recognized as a Diversity and Inclusion pioneer and pipeline builder. Through the programs that she creates and runs, she works to bring voice and opportunity to underserved communities and ensure that what we see as audience members reflects that communities that we live in. Karen has had an amazing career, from getting a job at ABC while in college and working hand in hand with Bob Iger who was an emerging leader at Disney, to an inspirational meeting with Barbara Walters, she shares stories we can all learn from. As an executive, she has worked across many areas of the entertainment industry, and now at WarnerMedia, she touches iconic brands such as CNN, Turner sports, Cartoon Network, and HBO and HBO, Max and Warner Brothers television, Warner Brothers films, Warner Brothers animation and Adult Swim - all with an eye on empowering diverse creators. Guest Bio Karen Horne Senior Vice President, Equity and Inclusion Programs WarnerMedia As a senior executive with over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, she has been recognized as a Diversity and Inclusion pioneer and pipeline builder. Since coming to WarnerMedia in March of 2020, Horne has been involved in creating and implementing multiple pipeline programs that aim to amplify the voices of underrepresented communities. These programs give talented individuals, who would otherwise not have the opportunity, access to the entertainment industry to showcase their talent. She has brought expertise gained from her career to create cohesive programs, ranging from entry-level to mid-career, that service the entire enterprise. These programs support expansion in areas that have not traditionally been serviced (i.e., virtual production, games, news and sports, animation, comedy, etc.). Before WarnerMedia, Horne was at NBC Entertainment and Universal Television Studios as Senior Vice President, Programming Talent Development and Inclusion where she was responsible for overseeing in-front-of and behind-the-camera primetime diversity efforts for NBC and Universal Television. While there, she started the Late-Night Writers Workshop in 2013 which changed the landscape of the writers' rooms by increasing the number of women and ethnically diverse men, both of which were lacking. Another extraordinary program she developed was Female Forward, which guaranteed shadowing directors an opportunity to direct an entire episode in addition to the traditional shadowing access. The programs and initiatives she created and/or developed became the industry's gold standard and a blueprint for many other companies. Her background in finding and developing new talent allows her great ease in working with the creative world, while her corporate upbringing and work with C-Suite executives allows her equal comfort in any board room. Horne has always been dedicated to increasing equity and inclusion in the entertainment industry throughout her career. She has been honored with several awards and recognitions for her diversity and inclusion work and her service to underrepresented communities. Horne serves on multiple industry boards and has spoken both nationally and internationally on diversity and inclusion best practices. She serves on the boards of Montclair State University's School of Communication and Media, USC's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, The Alliance of Women Directors, RespectAbility, and The Urban League of the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. She is a member of several entertainment industry organizations. Links To learn more about Lead With Your Brand and the Career Breakthrough Mentoring program, please visit: LeadWithyYourBrand.com To book Jayzen for a speaking engagement or workshop at your company, visit: JayzenPatria.com
Zoinks! If it wasn't for some meddling kids in a turquoise van we wouldn't have today's animation episode: Scooby-Doo. We wanted to review this Warner Brothers classic because it's super popular with the cool people at Coolsville High, and also introduces us to the Scooby Snack that is Freddie Prinze Jr! What more could we want? So put on a facemask, get seated, and ready for take-off - we're going to Spooky Island. Jinkies!Pro Tip: Best listened to with a chocolate covered eggplant burger.Find us on Instagram! @heynowheynow, @sandfordemily, @barneyleigh93We are delighted to announce that our nostalgic gift card & wrapping paper collection is officially LIVE! You can browse the full range, in collaboration with Zoe Spry here: https://www.zoespry.com/copy-of-greetings-cards Hurry! The Julie Andrews one is selling out in Genovia
Gary Katz produced every Steely Dan album from "Can't Buy a Thrill" to "Gaucho" as well as Donald Fagen's "Nightfly." Listen as we chart Gary's career from Brooklyn to Hollywood, from Bobby Darin to Warner Brothers, with ABC/Dunhill in between. I guarantee you'll learn something about Steely Dan you didn't know! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Listen To The River: Fox Theatre, October 1972We go behind the scenes, into the crowd, around the specially-installed mirror ball, & inside the music at the Dead's 3 legendary 1972 shows at St. Louis's Fox Theatre with promoters Sepp Donahower & Tony Dwyer, musicologist Graeme Boone, & Dead freaks who were there. GUESTS: Tony Dwyer, Sepp Donahower, Bill Weber, Drea Stein, John Ellis, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, Joe Schwab, Mark Slosberg, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, Graeme Boone, David Lemieux
Dave Bossert & Aljon Go discuss the latest James Bond box office returns, Disney+ Day, and pop-culture news. They also serve up the 2nd part of their interview with Bob Kurtz, founder of Kurtz & Friends Animation. Kurtz is a Peabody Award-winning animation director, writer, designer, and founder of Kurtz & Friends Animation has created/produced animated theatrical titles for most major studios including the Walt Disney Company, Universal Studios, MGM, Sony Entertainment, Columbia Tri-Star Picture Group, and Warner Brothers. Kurtz is the recipient of numerous awards, including an Emmy for the PBS special Roman City, the Peabody Award for the Lily Tomlin special Edith Ann's Christmas, the Annie Award for Lifetime Achievement, and over 250 international awards. His films are included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, and the ASIFA Archive, Germany. Kurtz was AdWeek's animator of the year and also recognized as Japan's Artist of the Year. He has also directed, produced, and co-designed animated sequences for HBO's George Carlin Special. Bob Kurtz was born in Los Angeles, California, and graduated from the Chouinard Art Institute (now the California Institute of the Arts.) “My philosophy is fairly simple-I am a communicator. Therefore the message comes first, then the graphics. I want to stimulate, excite, scare or create laughter. I don't want a passive audience. I don't expect a captive audience. It is the film artist's obligation to reach out and touch that audience; to rediscover and share our common humanity. Follow the team! Skull Rock Podcast | Facebook - Aljon Go (@aljongo) • Instagram & Dave Bossert (@dave_bossert) • Instagram - Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com. Pre-order a signed copy of Dave's new book - Claude Coats: Walt Disney's Imagineer—The Making of Disneyland: From Toad Hall to the Haunted Mansion and Beyond - CLAUDE COATS IMAGINEER (theoldmillpress.com) Outro music "The Pirate King" composed by Jared Rehnquist/Untold Journey - Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License https://youtu.be/iTVxFPhbAtk. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/support
We're headed into the final season of the Sopranos and Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa are kicking things off with a bang! Talking Sopranos welcomes Jamie-Lynn Sigler, aka Meadow Soprano, back to the podcast. She tells us what it was like going into that last season, shooting the final episodes and once and for all if she thinks Tony Soprano is alive or dead. Then Michael and Steve begin to breakdown the final season of the Sopranos. This was a huge episode for Steve and he has some fantastic behind the scenes stories to tell. Lots to discuss about how that big fight between Bobby and Tony went down and how Steve and Jim may have taken things a bit too far. It's all in Talking Sopranos S7-Ep1 "Soprano Home Movies". Don't forget to subscribe to the Talking Sopranos podcast wherever you get your podcasts and go to talkingsopranos.com to ask Michael and Steve questions and buy official Talking Sopranos merchandise.Check out Comedy and Conversations with the Sopranos Live. Get your tickets today!https://www.ticketmaster.com/in-conversation-with-the-sopranos-tickets/artist/2683319 Pre-order your copy of WOKE UP THIS MORNING: The Definitive Oral history of the Sopranoseverywhere books are sold, or go to hc.com/sopranosoralhistory See Zopa Live at Crossroads in Garwood NJhttps://www.xxroads.com https://www.talkingsopranos.comhttps://www.betterhelp.com/talkinghttps://nuts.comhttps://pendulumlife.comhttps://www.shopify.com/sopranos
TV and feature writer Eileen Jones talks about her career with screenwriting coach Lee Jessup. Eileen Jones made her entry into screenwriting through the Warner Brothers' Television Workshop, which led to being staffed on the TV series Lethal Weapon. Eileen has since moved into feature films, penning the original female-led action western Highwayman after participating in the inaugural Lucky Exports Pitch Program. She is currently writing the female-led spy movie Marks for New Line Cinema, The Safran Company, and Hodson Exports. Eileen talks about breaking in, sustaining her career, and how to stay inspired: "What makes you excited? What is going to be fun for you to sit down and write every day? I've certainly had experiences where I wrote a script where I was like, 'This is small, it's really personal, I just need to write it, so I'm gonna do it,' and that's been valuable. But for me, now, I'm really thinking about, 'How do I have that meaningful conversation with as many people as possible?'" Don't forget to subscribe to the Write On Podcast on iTunes! Now available on Google Podcasts!
Alessandro Nivola's career trajectory is proof that artists, especially actors, must continue to adjust ambitions and dream big. On first the stage and then the screen, Alessandro carved out a character actor niche, morphing into roles “very unlike” himself, as he tells Backstage. “It's part of staying alive, always having new cravings and goals and longings.... One has to battle those feelings on some level and try and feel grateful for what you have.” A Boston native who studied acting at regional theaters and as an undergrad at Yale University, Alessandro fulfilled his dreams of a stage career as a young adult, award-nominated for his Broadway debut opposite Helen Mirren in “A Month in the Country.” After watching his theater peers cross over to Hollywood, he did the same with “Face/Off,” and appeared in “Laurel Canyon,” “Junebug,” “Selma,” “A Most Violent Year,” “The Wizard of Lies,” “Disobedience,” and in many more character roles. Tony-nominated for “The Elephant Man” and a SAG Award winner for “American Hustle,” he also runs the company behind “Doll & Em” and “To Dust,” King Bee Productions, with his wife, actor Emily Mortimer. Alessandro now stars as Dickie Moltisanti, one of his first leading roles, in Warner Brothers' new prequel to “The Sopranos” from David Chase, “The Many Saints of Newark.” Read more about the buzzy film at backstage.com: https://bit.ly/3a3CbSo --- Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage's podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today's most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the industry, to how your favorite projects are made, to personal stories of success and failure alike. Join host Jack Smart, Awards Editor at Backstage, for this guide on how to live the creative life from those who are doing it every day: https://bit.ly/2OMryWQ Follow Backstage and In the Envelope on social media: - https://www.facebook.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/intheenvelope - https://www.instagram.com/backstagecast Looking to get cast? Subscribe here: www.backstage.com/subscribe Browse Backstage casting listings: https://bit.ly/3mth68e Check out our community-driven virtual programming, The Slate: https://bit.ly/2WDNXf0 Backstage stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement: https://bit.ly/3cuMBt5 Special thanks to... - Host: Jack Smart - Producer: Jamie Muffett - Social media: Katie Minard - Design: Mark Stinson, Caitlin Watkins - Additional support: Christine McKenna-Tirella, Kasey Howe, Samantha Sherlock, Benjamin Lindsay, Oriella St. Louis
Phil, Jake and Jason are joined by Tiffa (Intermission podcast) to rank the classic sitcom The Golden Girls and anime on the List of Every Damn Thing.Keep up with Intermission on Instagram (@Intermission_podcast) & Twitter (@IntermissionPC). Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!If you have something to add to the list, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org (or get at us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).SHOW NOTES: Jake is in unceded Pomo territory while recording the episode. Sitcoms are comedies where the characters carry over from episode to episode but are put in different situations like "Jack makes a date with two girls for the same night" type shit. We talk about a lot of sitcoms including The Golden Palace, All In the Family, Maude, Seinfeld, Empty Nest, Benson, The Facts of Life, Frasier, Married With Children and Designing Women (sadly there will be NO reboot). Adrienne Barbeau has come up a couple times in the history of Every Damn Thing already. She played Bea Arthur's daughter on Maude and was the voice of Catwoman on Batman: The Animated Series. Also she was in Swamp Thing, and Escape from New York. She often has a look on her face like she's smelling something foul. Mama's Family was a spinoff of some recurring sketches on the The Carol Burnett Show. Phil only ever saw this on TV as a kid when he was waiting for something else to start. The cheapness of the sets & production really stood out to him. Here's the pic of Bea Arthur in a sexy feather boa that we promised. We get a bit sidetracked with Fatty Arbuckle. The book Phil mentioned about him was I, Fatty by Jerry Stahl who also wrote Permanent Midnight which is in part about being a junkie while being a writer on the sitcom Alf. Here's Buster Keaton looking all sexy. Hentai is, generally speaking, pornographic anime. Pokemon is maybe the most popular anime there is in the US. Phil's kid loves it. Kiki's Delivery Service is a fantastic movie about a young witch trying to make her way in life. The voice of the cat in the English dub of it is Phil Hartmann's last role. The Little Mermaid is a Disney movie that's very short and came out the same year as Kiki's Delivery Service and really suffers in comparison. Other anime discussed include Sailor Moon, Ninja Scroll, My Neighbor Totoro and Princess Mononoke. Hanna-Barbera is the animation studio that created Scooby-Doo and many other cartoons, now owned by Warner Brothers. Their work in the 60s and 70s was usually pretty dull. It seemed like it was made by people who had contempt for their audience and maybe themselves. Here's the Kewpie ad mentioned by Jason. Hatsune Miku, Jake's one-time employer, is a Vocaloid software voicebank developed by Crypton Future Media, represented by a hologram of a 16-year-old girl with long, turquoise twintails. Jessica Rabbit is getting a Disneyland makeover. Song of the South is buried deep in the Disney vault and it's impossible to imagine Disney ever releasing it, but here's a podcast detailing it's sordid past. ALSO DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:Betty White * Rue McClanahan * Estelle Getty * The Star Wars Holiday Special * Lucille Ball * The Three Stooges * Shakira * anti-diarrhea medicine * Avatar: The Last Airbender * G.I. Joe 80s cartoon * the Sex and the City reboot * Star Wars * podcasts * Charmander * skortsBelow are the Top Ten and Bottom Top items on List of Every Damn Thing as of this episode (for the complete up-to-date list, go here).TOP TEN: Dolly Parton - person interspecies animal friends - idea sex - idea Clement Street in San Francisco - location Prince - person It's-It - food Cher - person Pee-Wee Herman - fictional character Donald Duck - fictional character Hank Williams - person BOTTOM TEN:193. Jenny McCarthy - person194. Jon Voight - person195. Hank Williams, Jr - person196. British Royal Family - institution197. Steven Seagal - person198. McRib - food199. war - idea200. cigarettes - drug201. QAnon - idea202. transphobia - ideaTheme song by Jade Puget. Graphic design by Jason Mann. This episode was produced & edited by Jake MacLachlan, with audio help from Luke Janela. Show notes by Jake MacLachlan, Phil Green & Jason Marmor.Our website is everydamnthing.net and we're also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.Email us at email@example.com.
On this episode of the UTLRadio Podcast Peter and Brendan discuss the town of Batman, Turkey, and how they threatened to sue Warner Brothers for using the town's name without permission. They also discuss the history of Shazam and Captain Marvel, and the massive lawsuit that created both characters as we know them today. Any Batman or DC Comics fan won't want to miss this episode. Don't miss this episode and make sure you are subscribed to the podcast so that you are notified of future episodes. Share with friends and Subscribe!! Subscribe on Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Subscribe on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/unde... Subscribe on iHeart Radio https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-ut... Subscribe on Spotify http://ow.ly/hPa850EEJZK Subscribe on Google http://ow.ly/dHcP50EEK0v Don't forget to subscribe to the YouTube Channel! UTLRadio: http://www.UTLRadio.com Legal: http://www.pjlesq.com Twitter: @pjllaw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/undertanding... Tel.: (201) 904-2211 E-Mail: info@UTLRadio.com E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Don't miss this episode of Understanding the Law Radio (UTLRadio)! Want to listen to an episode that you missed? No problem, all episodes are available on iTunes and on our website, www.utlradio.com Make sure that you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes so you know when new episodes are available. Please note: This podcast is for informational purposes only. The statements and opinions contained in this podcast do not constitute legal advice. Additionally, listening to this podcast does not create an attorney/client relationship. If you have a legal issue or concern, you should consult with an attorney in your state.
October 19, 1952 - Jack Buys 20th Century Fox. Producer Darryl F. Zanuck of 20th Century Fox is the guest star and Jack dream he is the head of a movie studio himself. References include Campbell's Soup, Jack Warner of Warner Brothers, Howard Hughes of RKO, Errol Flynn, Ronald Colman, Lassie Come Home, and the "Feet Up (Pat Him on the Po Po)".
On todays episode of the Frame & Reference Podcast, Kenny talks with cinematographer Kramer Morgenthau, ASC about the new HBO film "The Many Saints of Newark." Serving as the prequel to the ever popular series "The Sopranos", "The Many Saints of Newark" reveals the humanity behind Tony's struggles and the influence his family - especially his uncle, Dickie Moltisanti - had over him becoming the most iconic mob boss of all time. As a cinematographer, Kramer has worked on numerous block buster films including "Chef", "Creed II" & "Thor: the Dark World" as well as a number of episodes of "Game of Thrones" & "Boardwalk Empire." Special thanks to the Warner Brothers team for giving Kenny early access to this film and to Kramer for spending some time to talk about the film. Make sure to check it out now on HBO Max and in select theaters! If you're interested in listening to more conversations with world renowned cinematographers, check out the Frame & Reference Podcast on whichever podcast app you listen on! The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes!
This week on Binge Boys Lon and Hal put on their scariest faces (I assume, we can't see them) and give us a rundown of all the scariest news and reviews in this early Halloween season, including: Disney & ScarJo's Black Widow settlement, Cruella 2, Babylon V, and David Chase's brand new 5-picture deal with the creepiest of all production houses, Warner Brothers. Also, the boys share their love for Highlander. This week the Boys Binged: Squid Game (Netflix) Midnight Mass (Netflix) Censor (VoD) Be sure to give us a review on iTunes (5 stars please)! Follow Lon on Instagram & Twitter and sign up for his Streaming Newsletter! Follow Hal on Instagram & Twitter check out his Twitch Channel Theme song by Jason Kaye Produced By Travis Reaves Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Just about everyone recognizes that music. It means for the next few minutes, you're going to be entertained by longtime favorites Like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, or the Roadrunner. Helping create all of those iconic characters, and many more, was it brilliant animator Chuck Jones. Starting in 1933, Jones and his colleagues at Warner Brothers came up with hundreds of cartoons, including some of the classics everyone remembers. In 1989, Chuck Jones finally wrote his memoir, a heavily illustrated book called Chuck Amick. And that's when I had the chance to meet him.
In this episode I talk to Neil Seligman who's personal story of transformation from Civil Law Barrister to Mindfulness Expert and Author inspires others to take action in their lives! He is the author of two books: Conscious Leadership and 100 Mindfulness Meditations and has worked with global firms such as Netflix and Warner Brothers and has been featured by the BBC, The Sunday Times, The Mirror, The Sun, Yoga Magazine, Psychologies, OmYoga Magazine, Attitude, Soul & Spirit Magazine, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Grateful Dead's relationship with St. Louis went deep as the new Listen To The River box set and this Deadcast prove, featuring promoter Tony Dwyer, offstage jams at Scotty's Music, and the time the Dead crashed Richie Gerber's bar mitzvah.GUESTS: Sam Cutler, Tony Dwyer, Michael Scott, Richard Gerber, Mark Slosberg, Steve Fisher, Doug Heller, David Lemieux, Joe Schwab, Tom Wood, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, John Ellis
About Episode:Dr. Ian Brooks explains how he uses his Industrial and Organizational Psychology PhD to coach people successfully. Learn how he helps his client identify where they get stuck in moments, and realize the larger reality outside of a moment in time. We Meet: Ian Brooks, Rhodes Smith ConsultingEpisode References: Dorothy, The Wizard of Oz - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032138/Nike - https://www.nike.com/Warner Brothers - https://www.warnerbros.com/Sony - https://www.sony.com/en/Bank of America - https://www.bankofamerica.com/Connect:Connect with Rick: https://linktr.ee/mrrickjordanConnect with Guest: https://www.rhodessmith.com/Universal Rate and Review: https://lovethepodcast.com/allinwithrickjordanSubscribe and Review to ALL IN with Rick Jordan on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RickJordanALLINAbout Guest: Dr. Ian D. Brooks, the CEO and founder of Rhodes Smith Consulting and Author of Intention: Building Capabilities to Transform Your Story. I work with leaders in organizations to develop key skills in navigating within their organization and working with their teams and with helping individuals build skills toward achieving their tomorrow and helping them master their intentions.
Dave Bossert & Aljon Go chat with Bob Kurtz, founder of Kurtz & Friends Animation about his career and working with Walt Disney. Kurtz, Peabody Award-winning animation director, writer, designer, and founder of Kurtz & Friends Animation has created/produced animated theatrical titles for most major studios including the Walt Disney Company, Universal Studios, MGM, Sony Entertainment, Columbia Tri-Star Picture Group, and Warner Brothers. Kurtz is the recipient of numerous awards, including an Emmy for the PBS special Roman City, the Peabody Award for the Lily Tomlin special Edith Ann's Christmas, the Annie Award for Lifetime Achievement, and over 250 international awards. His films are included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, and the ASIFA Archive, Germany. Kurtz was AdWeek's animator of the year and also recognized as Japan's Artist of the Year. He has also directed, produced, and co-designed animated sequences for HBO's George Carlin Special. Bob Kurtz was born in Los Angeles, California, and graduated from the Chouinard Art Institute (now the California Institute of the Arts.) “My philosophy is fairly simple-I am a communicator. Therefore the message comes first, then the graphics. I want to stimulate, excite, scare or create laughter. I don't want a passive audience. I don't expect a captive audience. It is the film artist's obligation to reach out and touch that audience; to rediscover and share our common humanity. Follow the team! Skull Rock Podcast | Facebook - Aljon Go (@aljongo) • Instagram & Dave Bossert (@dave_bossert) • Instagram - Email us: email@example.com | firstname.lastname@example.org. Pre-order a signed copy of Dave's new book - Claude Coats: Walt Disney's Imagineer—The Making of Disneyland: From Toad Hall to the Haunted Mansion and Beyond - CLAUDE COATS IMAGINEER (theoldmillpress.com) Outro music "The Pirate King" composed by Jared Rehnquist/Untold Journey - Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License https://youtu.be/iTVxFPhbAtk. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/support
Hello subWufers! On today's episode, the gang sits down to chat about the 2021 DC film "The Suicide Squad". Join them as the chat about the film, characters, Starro, "Pirates of the Caribbean", Taika Waititi, DC comics, and more. What did we think about the film? How does it compare to the first one? Do we like Jai Courtney? Tune in to find out! Special Thanks to this week's sponsor Wild Bill's Soda! Enjoy crisp unique olde fashioned soda flavors anytime with Wild Bill's. Head over to drinkwildbills.com and use code FANDOM10 to get 10% off your purchase! Thanks to One Outta Ten for supplying the music for this episode. Check them out on: Instagram @one_outta_ten Spotify at One Outta Ten Do you have suggestions for the show? Do have specific voice actor or creator that you would like us to interview? We would love to hear from you! Feel free to shoot us an email HERE. Be sure to head over to our website AnimationStationPodcast.com to check out both What's Up, Fandom & Animation Station Podcast episodes. If you enjoy the show, please rate and review! Follow the show on: Instagram @WhatsUpFandom Twitter @WhatsUpFandomPC YouTube What's Up, Fandom Podcast Follow Josh @JoshLCain Follow Connor @talllankyguy96 Follow Angel @aoazany Tags: podcast, podcasts, movies, tv, comics, popculture, fandom, dc, dccomics, thesuicidesquad, suicidesquad, polkadotman, warnerbrothers, ratcatcher, kingshark, harleyquinn
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Alicia Reece, about how we can navigate and detoxify the workplace. See the video here: https://youtu.be/qnHCmuR_y4s. Alicia Reece (https://www.linkedin.com/in/aliciadreece/) is the founder and CEO of the Reece Group. As a certified executive coach and talent strategist, She has over 20 years of experience working with individual professionals and leaders at every level across Fortune 500, enterprise, and start-up organizations such as Cisco, Gilead Sciences, KPMG, Lyft, Salesforce, FedEx, Warner Brothers, and NCR. At the heart of her practice is helping her clients solve their greatest challenges whether they are ready for the next leadership level but unsure how to make the transition, feeling stuck in a career that is unfulfilling, wanting to improve their leadership effectiveness, or looking for ways to increase employee engagement and retention. Having certifications in a number of leadership and career assessments including emotional intelligence and strengths, her clients benefit from working with me by learning how to cultivate their self-awareness, improve relationships and decision-making, and dispel the imposter syndrome (feelings of not being good enough) to achieve their goals. As a speaker, she facilitates customized workshops/webinars, deliver keynotes, and serve as a panelist including with Forbes and ERGs. Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/
After a protracted trek through the Planet of the Apes franchise, we finally make our long-awaited return to one-off episodes with See Spot Run, one of many entries into the rich tradition of animal-fueled children's movies! But first...this week's Blue Plate Special has us remembering the life and career of comedy legend Norm Macdonald before speculating on Christopher Nolan's announced J. Robert Oppenheimer film at Universal Pictures; we follow that up with some initial thoughts on the latest trailers for Nightmare Alley and The Matrix Resurrections and some fully formed musings on one of 2021's few unqualified cinematic successes, Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. Upon finally getting around to today's title subject, we pick from the low hanging fruit that is early 00s kids movies, wonder longingly what David Arquette's leading man career could've been, and applaud the testicular fortitude (see the movie and you'll know what we mean) offered up by screen mafioso legend Paul Sorvino. Feel free to skip to 2:04:13 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at email@example.com with your questions, comments, and requests. https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/see-spot-run-2001
On this weeks Brownie Bites: Dan and Nick say good-bye to legendary comedian Norm Macdonald. Celebrate Then, they talk about Jeff Bridges beating cancer and COVID at the same time. Christopher Nolan moving on from Warner Brothers for Universal Pictures. "Halloween Kills" doing a same day release on the streamer, Peacock. Then, they have trailer reactions for "The Matrix Resurrections" and the Disney+ series, "Hawkeye"! Then, their first review is the wild horror film everyone has been talking about, "Malignant"! Then, they take the Time Machine to 1986 and looked at the John Hughes classic, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"! BB News- 00:00:40 Malignant- 00:47:28 Ferris- 01:40:34 Trailer Links: The Matrix Resurrections – Official Trailer 1 - YouTube Marvel Studios' Hawkeye | Official Trailer | Disney+ - YouTube Music by Ilya Marfin from Fugue https://icons8.com/music/author/ilya-... Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported Anchor: https://anchor.fm/browniepoints Facebook: Brownie Points Guide to Cinema Instagram: Brownie Points Guide to Cinema (@brownie_points_guide) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A two-time Emmy award-winning Producer, Lucia Kaiser has spent most of her life working as a top insider in the entertainment industry. She has developed a contact base second to none. After early completion of her academic studies, Lucia accepted an offer that launched her celebrated career in the entertainment industry spanning over forty years. Beginning with a lengthy tenure on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, she was the first woman executive and the show's publicist/talent coordinator. Her vision in helping develop new entertainment projects is genuinely exceptional. A woman of far-reaching influence with a rich philanthropic background, in 2009, she was honored in New York as a recipient of the "Pioneer of the Arts" Award presented by famed actor, Geoffrey Holder, in recognition of her enormous contributions to the entertainment world. Lucia was a keynote speaker at the United Nations Youth Assembly, inspiring youth worldwide to make a difference beginning with their local communities. Amid her flourishing film career in New York City, while on a leisurely trip in Hong Kong, Lucia was persuaded by the martial arts legend Bruce Lee to run his film company. After much deliberation, Lucia left New York City to serve as the only female President of Bruce Lee's film company in Hong Kong. She successfully oversaw the production and distribution of some of Lee's most famous films, including negotiating a distribution deal with Warner Brothers for the worldwide box office hit "Enter The Dragon." Kaiser has raised millions of dollars for a host of humanitarian projects, including her role as Chairperson of the Democratic Party during her many years in Hawaii. As co-founder of the national radio program, "You Can Make A Difference," the show was broadcast to over seventy independent radio stations across the U.S., creating a worldwide networking organization that linked individuals and groups to a host of charities dealing with a variety of social concerns. Recognized by President George Bush as part of the "Points of Light" program, they were recognized by every major political force in the nation. Kaiser also produced the national, award-winning documentary, "Hawaii Files: Journey From Homelessness," which received commendations by the State of Hawaii Legislature, Governor John Waihee, Mayor Frank Fasi, the City Council of Honolulu and the Telly Awards. Lucia Kaiser received a "Lifetime Achievement'' Award during the Cannes Film Festival on July 13, 2021, to honor her for breaking down barriers for women throughout her entire life. JONES.SHOW is a weekly podcast featuring host Randall Kenneth Jones (author, speaker & creative communications consultant) and Susan C. Bennett (the original voice of Siri). JONES.SHOW is produced and edited by Kevin Randall Jones. KevinRandallJones.com Lucia Kaiser online: Web: luciakaiser.com JONES.SHOW online: Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web: RandallKennethJones.com Follow Randy on Clubhouse Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com Follow Susan on Clubhouse www.Jones.Show
Serial entrepreneur Tim Mendelssohn had an early entrepreneurial experience, starting his first company, Elephant Branded in university. Famously, it was featured in an episode of BBC's Be Your Own Boss. After that, he had a progressive career in technology and finance before becoming a CEO of Spark, including roles at Sony, Warner Brothers, BP, and Koch Supply and Trading. With no ability to code but passion for seeing how technology can fundamentally improve how the markets operate, Tim saw the flaws of markets and took on the challenge of using the technology to take on the competition of established companies with 50+ years in the industry. Spark Commodities was founded in 2019 with a mission to disrupt the trade in the commodity markets thanks to technology and data. Spark's key users are leading commodity market participants, exchanges and brokers focused on bringing value to customers suffering from expensive, unsophisticated legacy providers In February 2021, Spark beat legacy market players such as Baltic Exchange (250+ years), Platts (100 years) and Argus (50+ years) to secure a listing on ICE - an exceptional achievement for a startup. Tim Mendelssohn shares his inspirational story on Tech Talks Daily
Annalee Kemsley is a kiwi make up artist and beauty influencer extraordinaire. Annalee has worked with the likes of YSL, Disney, Warner Brothers, Maybelline, LUSH and Sephora. She's got over 190k followers across her various social media platforms In todays podcast we talk all things personal branding, scaling a service biz and building an online empire We also cover: How Annalee went from growing up on a dairy farm to working with the world's top beauty brands How to evolve and grow on social media as it changes How to grow as a personal brand How to balance create different revenue streams Advice for service based businesses/people wanting to leverage social media @itsamood_mag Reels - tips and tricks For more on Annalee follow her on Instagram @annaleekemsley For more on Tash and Viv check out: @acethegrampodcast @vivconway_ @tastefullytash
For every Star Wars, there's a hundred middling films and outright flops. Plus, hear about movie so unlucky, they may actually have been cursed, in a sample of the Your Brain On Facts audiobook. Read the full script. Support the show. It's been quite a while since we got a review for the YBOF book. Can you take a sec and let us know what you thought? Reach out and touch Moxie on FB, Twit, the 'Gram or email. Music by David Fesliyan and Kevin McLeod Making a movie is a difficult, time-consuming, and expensive propositions. While some projects come together naturally, others seem to have tragedy, misfortune, and just plain bad luck heaped upon them. Horror films are fertile ground for apparent curses and it a movie would be hard-pressed to seem more cursed than 1976's The Omen, the tale of an American diplomat who adopts a baby boy, ostensibly the Antichrist, and people around him begin dying. Even Robert Munger, who came up with the concept for the film, began to feel uneasy during pre-production, telling producer Harvey Bernhard, “The devil's greatest single weapon is to be invisible, and you're going to take off his cloak of invisibility to millions of people.” Releasing the movie on June 6, 1976, or as close as they could get to 666, probably did not help matters. Gregory Peck has only recently agreed to take the role of the ambassador when his son shot and killed himself, leaving no suicide note. Undeterred, or perhaps therapeutically focusing on his work, Peck flew to England to begin filming. While flying through a storm over the Atlantic, Peck's plane was struck by lightning, causing an engine to catch fire and nearly causing them to crash into the ocean. The film's other producer, Mace Neufeld, also had his plane struck by lightning. Even after those long odds, that was not the end of their aerial adversity. One of the first shots planned for the film was an aerial shot of London, to be shot from a rented plane. At the last minute, the rental company instead gave the original plane to a group of Japanese businessmen. The curse did not seem to get that update, because that plane crashed, killing everyone on board. One scene called for Peck to be attacked by “devil dogs,” in the form of a pack of Rottweilers. The dogs were supposed to attack a heavily padded stuntman. For reasons unknown, the dogs began to attack the stuntman in earnest, biting through the padding and ignoring their trainer's orders to stop. Another animal-based scene saw the big cat wrangler mauled to death by a tiger. As if being in a plane struck by lightning was not harrowing enough, the Hilton hotel Neufeld was staying at exploded. Luckily, Neufeld was not there at the time. Not to be deterred, the curse turned its sights to the restaurant were the producers and other film executives were going and it blew up, too. Neufeld missed the explosion by minutes. The actual perpetrator would turn out to be the Irish Republican Army and it was only Neufeld's dodgy luck that he was meant to be in both places. Special effects consultant John Richardson created The Omen's unforgettable death scenes, including one in which a man is beheaded by a sheet of glass sailing off the top of a car. Two weeks before the film was released, Richardson and his assistant, Liz Moore, were involved in a head-on collision. Moore was killed, cut in half by the other vehicle's wheel. Richardson opened his eyes after the collision a kilometer marker reading “Ommen 6,66,” The closest town was Ommen, Netherlands, and the accident happened at kilometer 66.6. The highest-grossing horror movie of all time (when adjusted for inflation) and the only horror movie to ever be nominated for the Oscar for Best Picture is 1973's The Exorcist. In it, a young girl named Reagan, played by Linda Blair, is possessed by a demon and forced to commit horrible acts as two priests fight to save her. The trouble started before filming even began, when the set caught fire, destroying everything except Regan's room. The malefactor had talons, and black, beady eyes, and was a harbinger of disease--a pigeon had somehow gotten into a circuit box, which caused a short that caused the fire. Reverend Thomas Bermingham, the technical advisor, was asked to exorcise the set, but he refused. Both Blair and Ellen Burstyn, who played her mother, were badly injured during the shoot. One scene has the demon violently throwing Reagan around on her bed. The rig to do this broke during one take, injuring Blair's back. Another scene called for the demon to throw Burstyn across the room and into a wall, which the crew achieved with a wire rig. Director William Friedkin was unhappy with the first take and told the crewman operating the rig to use more force. He did not warn Burstyn. Her cry of alarm and pain in the film is genuine. Colliding with the wall at speed injured her lower spine, leaving her in permanent pain. They were comparatively lucky. Actors Jack MacGowran and Vasiliki Maliaros, whose characters die in the movie, both died while it was in post-production. At least four other people, including a night watchmen, died during filming. Max Von Sydow's brother died on Sydow's first day on set. Actress Mercedes McCambridge, who provided the voice of the demon Pazuzu, had to face her son murdering his wife and children before committing suicide. Many believed that the physical copies of the film were cursed and that showing it was an open invitation to evil. A church across the street from an Italian theater was struck by lightning during a showing. One movie-goer was so frightened they passed out in the theater and broke their jaw falling into the seat in front of them. They sued the filmmakers, claiming that subliminal messages in the film had caused them to faint. Warner Brothers settled out of court for an undisclosed amount. Not everything bad can be blamed on demons, though. Regular old people sent thirteen year old Blair so many death threats that the studio had to provide her with bodyguards for six months after the movie came out. Speaking of demonic possession, the 2012 movie The Possession centers on a young girl who falls under the control of a malevolent spirit that lives inside a cursed antique box. The story is based on an account of an allegedly haunted dybbuk box. Even though director Sam Raimi would not let the dybbuk box's owner bring it anywhere near the set, strange and frightening things happened on set. Lights exploded directly over people's heads, strange smells and cold air blew in from nowhere, and immediately after filming wrapped, all of the props were destroyed in a fire for which the first department could not determine the cause. Sometimes a movie's bad karma takes time to manifest and the misfortunes only crop up after the film had been released. Horror classic Rosemary's Baby, released in the summer of 1968, was based on the premise that God is dead, but the Devil is alive and returning to earth with the aid of a cult. The film's composer, 37 year old Krzysztof Komeda, fell off a rock ledge at a party that fall. He lingered in a coma for four months before finally dying. His death was quite similar to the way the witches rid themselves of a suspicious friend of the titular Rosemary. The producer, William Castle, already suffering considerable stress from the amount of hate mail he had received about the film, was incapacitated with severe kidney stones. While delirious in the hospital, he cried out, “Rosemary, for God's sake, drop the knife!” Castle recovered his health, but never made a successful movie again. Director Roman Polanski suffered no physical harm after the film. The same could not be said for his heavily-pregnant wife, Sharon Tate. She and four friends were brutally murdered by members of the cult known as the Manson Family, while Rosemary's Baby was still in theaters. In his autobiography, Polanksi recalled he had had a “grotesque thought” the last time he saw his wife: “You will never see her again.” Conspiracy theorists and other non-traditional thinkers believe these events were set in motion by an elaborate Satanic plot, at the behest of the Beatles. Their White Album was written at an Indian meditation retreat, which the movie's star, Mia Farrow, attended. The song title Helter Skelter was written in blood on a wall at the Tate murder, albeit misspelled. A decade later, John Lennon was shot and killed across the street from the Dakota, where Rosemary's Baby had been filmed. 1982's Poltergeist tells the story of a family that is tormented by vengeful spirits because their new house was built over a graveyard with the bodies left in the ground. When it came time for the prop department to source skeletons for the infamous scene with JoBeth Williams in the muddy pool, contrary to what one might expect, it was actually cheaper to buy real human skeletons than realistic plastic ones. (They only told Williams about that afterwards.) In a case of ‘life imitating art,' specifically with regards to disrespectful treatment of dead bodies, the cast seemed to be plagued by bad fortune. The curse extended not only the original film, but to its sequels as well. Shortly after Poltergeist was released, Dominique Dunne, who played the older sister, was strangled to death by her abusive ex-boyfriend, ending her career before it began. Heather O'Rourke, the adorable blonde girl who uttered the iconic line “They're heeere,” died during bowel obstruction surgery after suffering cardiac arrest and septic shock due to being misdiagnosed by her doctor. She was only twelve years old. Julian Beck of Poltergeist II: The Other Side died of stomach cancer before the film was released. Will Sampson, also known for playing Chief in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, died the following year from complications of a heart-lung transplant. Bonus fact: Some fans claim Poltergeist foretold O'Rourke's death. There was a poster in the 1982 movie for Super Bowl XXII in 1988. Heather O'Rourke was hospitalized the day of Super Bowl XXII and died the following day. The game was played in San Diego, the city in which O'Rourke passed away. Choosing the right location to shoot a film is a pivotal decision. You have to take into account things like lighting conditions, availability of utilities, and proximity to noisy things such as airports. What you should not have to consider is the radiation level, but you should not ignore it either. The producers of the film 1956 movie The Conqueror chose an area of Utah desert a hundred miles away from the Nevada Test Site. (They also chose to cast John Wayne as Genghis Khan.) Throughout the 1950's, approximately 100 nuclear bombs of varying intensities were detonated at the Nevada Test Site. The mushroom clouds could reach tens of thousands of feet high; desert winds would carry radioactive particles all the way to Utah. The area in which The Conqueror filmed was likely blanketed in this dust. The Conqueror, co-starring Susan Hayward, Agnes Moorehead, and Pedro Armendáriz, was a moderate box office success, but a critical failure and soon found itself on ‘worst films of all time' lists. The true legacy of the film had yet to be revealed. Of the 220 people who worked on the production, 92 developed some form of cancer, with 46 dying of it, including Wayne, Hayward, Moorehead, and Armendáriz. The director, Dick Powell, died of lymphoma in 1963. Wayne developed lung cancer and then the stomach cancer that would ultimately kill him in 1979. Wayne would remain convinced that his chain-smoking was to blame for the cancers, even as friends tried to convince him it was from exposure to radiation. Wayne's sons, who visited the set during filming and actually played with Geiger counters among the contaminated rocks, both developed tumors. Susan Hayward died from brain cancer in 1975 at 57. The authorities in 1954 had declared the area to be safe from radioactive fallout, even though abnormal levels of radiation were detected. However, modern research has shown that the soil in some areas near the filming site would have remained radioactive for sixty years. Howard Hughes, producer of The Conqueror, came to realize in the early 1970's that people who have been involved with the production were dying. As the person who approved the filming location, Hughes felt culpable and paid $12 million to buy all existing copies of the film. Though the link between the location and the cancers that cannot be definitely proven, experts argue that the preponderance of cases goes beyond mere coincidence. MIDROLL My grandmother had a lovely cross-stitched sampler above her fireplace with a quote that I really took to heart and have carried with me through my life, “Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is you're stupid and make bad decisions.” … I wish my grandma had a sense of humor like that. Every movie that fails does so for a reason. Several, usually, a veritable swarm of failure bees, ready to sting the audience right in the brain and the studio right in its wallet. And sometimes, that sting is fatal. For the studio, I mean. I don't know of any cases where someone died because the movie they were watching was so bad it killed them. At least that gives Tommy Wiseau something to reach for. Like we saw with the banking crisis, there is no such thing as ‘too big to fail' in Hollywood, either. Take Eddie Murphy, for example. He was already established for his roles in 48 Hrs and Trading places before 1984's Beverly Hills Cop. [sfx axel f] I'll risk the copyright strike, I don't care. If Hollywood were a lady, she was throwing her panties at Murphy until around, let's call it 1995's Vampire in Brooklyn. Since then, for every Shrek, there are three Norberts, or one Pluto Nash. Did you see this fart bomb of a movie when it came out in 2002? Yeah, neither did anyone else. His first foray into live-action family comedies stank like a pair of armored trousers after the Hundred Years war. The sci-fi comedy (and we use the term loosely) didn't receive one breath of praise, with everyone lambasting the script, humour, acting and visual effects. And they dragged poor Rasario Dawson into it. Its 4% rating on Rotten Tomatoes says it all, though the audience gave it 19%. One of the biggest box-office flops ever, the movie had a $100 million production budget but earned only $7.1 million at theaters worldwide, meaning it lost a whopping $92.9 million. Sometimes the likely cause for a movie's failure is staring us all right in the face, but it feels like no one talked about, even though we *alllll talked about it, the casting of Johnny Depp in the ‘are you sure there's nothing else in the bottom of this barrel' elephant in the room, 2013's The Lone Ranger. Depp was joined by fellow Pirates of the Caribbean alums Gore Verbinski, Jerry Bruckheimer and the House of Mouse must have felt confident this wonder trio could bring home the gold. Yeah, no. The production ran into trouble, costs escalated and the whole thing was nearly shut down before it was completed. When it finally hit cinema screens, The Lone Ranger was slammed by critics and shunned by audiences. [sfx it stinks] But it did still manage to garner two Oscar nominations, for 'Visual Effects' and 'Makeup and Hairstyling.' Must have been a light year. The Lone Ranger lost almost Pluto Nash's production budget, being in the red by $98 million. If you look at film losses as the ratio of budget to loss, you've got to tip your hat to 2016's Monster Trucks. Paramount hoped to launch a franchise, because there is literally no other way to run a movie studio, but kids can be as fickle with their entertainment options as they are with the sides on their dinner plate. The $125m CGI romp's opening barely scraped over $10 million at the box office, meaning a loss of $115 million. If it needed to be said, this section is about films with wide releases and big ad budgets. Projects from smaller producers have a riskier time with it. When my (GRRM doc, five tickets at Byrd). If you look up the lowest-grossing film of all time, you'll find a film that was mentioned in the scam health retreat episode To Your Health (Spa) (ep. 101), but it happened on purpose, from a certain point of view. 2006's Zyzzyx Road was shown once a day, at noon, for six days at Highland Park Village Theater in Dallas, Texas, in a movie theater rented by the producers for $1,000. The filmmakers wanted a limited release. They didn't want to release the film domestically until it underwent foreign distribution, buuut they had to do the domestic release to fulfill the U.S. release obligation required by the Screen Actors Guild for low-budget films. Low-budget is actually quantified as those with budgets less than $2.5 million that are not meant to be direct-to-video. That strategy made Zyzzyx Road the lowest-grossing film in history; officially, it earned a whopping box office tally of $30, from six patrons. Unofficially, its opening weekend netted $20, after the leading man refunded two tickets to the movie's makeup artist and the friend she brought. Lots of films fail, happens every day, but some films fail so spectacularly, they take the whole studio down with them, sometimes nearly and sometimes very actually.. Students of movie history with a penchant for disasters know all about 1963's Cleopatra, starring disserviacably diva-ish Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The period epic had such a disjointed production that actors sometimes didn't know which scenes were being shot until they arrived on set that day. With a budget swelling uncontrollably to $44 million, the largest at the time, equivalent to $392mil today, the movie faced a real uphill battle to break even, let alone turn a profit. Movie tickets cost $.85 then and there was no home video market, so 20th Century Fox would have needed to have sold 56 million tickets to stay in the black. Quick google, the population of the US was 190 million at the time, so...yeah, ain't gonna happen, Cap'n. They were pretty much screwed. Cleopatra holds the unique distinction of being the highest-grossing film that year that lost money. Although the studio didn't fold, Fox was forced to sell off 300 acres of its lot and postpone other productions to avoid permanently closing its doors. Cleopatra did eventually recoup its budget with foreign distribution, but 1964's historical epic The Fall of the Roman Empire wasn't so lucky. Samuel Bronston Productions spent a fortune re-creating the 92,000-square meter Roman Forum that once served as the heart of the ancient city, in turn building Hollywood's largest ever outdoor set. It had Sophia Loren in it, for gods sake. Do you know what she looked like in 1964?! Sadly, Fall of the Roman Empire only managed to earn back a quarter of its $19 million budget. Just three months after its release, Bronston's own empire fell, into bankruptcy. Speaking of big decisions at Fox, one of the people who greenlit Star Wars was Alan Ladd Jr, who left to form his own studio, Ladd Company. For my British listeners, feel free to pause and imagine an all-lad movie studio, oi-oi, we'll wait. The Ladd Company pursued ambitious projects like The Right Stuff, based on Tom Wolfe's book about the early days of the space program. That was a big hit, wasn't it? I never saw it, but it has good name recognition. While critics sang its praises and it won four Oscars, The Right Stuff failed to find an audience at the box office. The same thing happened with Twice Upon a Time, an animated feature executive produced by George Lucas, which did *not have good name recognition and when I do a Google image search, it doesn't look even 1% familiar. Even though they still had Police Academy in the chute, the Ladd Company was forced to sell its assets to Warner Bros. Speaking of name recognition, even films that are iconic these days bombed big time when they came out. Try to imagine TV in December without every single channel running Frank Capra's It's a Wonderful Life at least twice. Trivia fans, which should be every one here, already know that IAWL did not do well on release --a release in January, it's worth mentioning, which may have been part of the problem-- before lapsing into the public domain and being shown by every tv station needing content on the cheap. Hell, there was a local station where I grew up in north-east PA that used a jingle of the phrase “IAWL” as their tagline. The same thing ‘why would you even do that' release date misstep happened with Hocus Pocus, actually. It was released originally in July, well before social media made loving Halloween a major personality trait, then Disney sat on the movie for over a year before putting it out on home video the next September. Back to 1946, It's a Wonderful Life's disappointing performance was devastating for Capra, who had actually opened his own production studio, Liberty Films. Capra and fellow filmmakers George Stevens and William Wyler were trying to free themselves from meddling from studio executives' meddling, but their professional freedom was short-lived. With no track record, Liberty Films needed the film to get them to live up to Capra's usual standards of success. It didn't, as we've established, and Capra was forced to sell Liberty to Paramount and work for someone else. If you've been saying, I haven't heard of half of these people, how about Francis Ford Coppola? Coppola shapes the landscape of 1970s cinema. Ever hear of The Godfather, The Conversation, and Apocalypse Now? Yeah, thought so. The '80s, however, not so much. His first movie of the decade, One From the Heart, spent the majority of its high budget on pioneering visual techniques and a faithful recreation of Nevada's McCarran International Airport. He's a details guy. But fans of his earlier, dark, gritty, hyper-masculine work were left completely baffled when they sat down for a Coppola movie and found themselves in a candy-colored Vegas musical rom-com. The film failed to pull in even a million dollars against its budget of $27mil. Coppola's own studio, Zoetrope, never recovered from the financial loss. Speaking of film legends who stumble headlong into bankruptcy, we present for the consideration of several readers, Don Bluth. Bluth left his job as an animator at Disney in 1979 to create the animation department for 20th Century Fox. We're talking The Secret of N.I.M.H, An American Tail, The Land Before Time, and Bluth and crew at Fox Animation put those out while Disney delivered disappointing efforts like The Great Mouse Detective and Oliver and Company. But Disney found its footing again with The Little Mermaid in 1989 and they've been unquestionably unstoppable ever since. In 1997, Bluth released the critically acclaimed Anastasia; less than three years later, the studio was done. In June 2000, Titan A.E. hit theaters, a lush, traditionally-animated movie with great character designs and solid casting and acting that flew through space and braved alien worlds. It wasn't a bad movie. For some reason, despite having a hysterically bad memory, I can still remember the chorus of the song from the big ‘let's do cool things with the ship' sequence. Titan AE hit theaters, but not, ya know, hard. Fox Animation spent $85 million on the film targeted at a teen audience, who are not a big enough segment of the broader animation-viewing market. It earned $9 million on its opening weekend and the following *week, Fox announced it was closing the studio. The writing had already been on the wall. In December 1999, executives forced Bluth to lay off 80% of his animators after the box office bonanza that was the CGI Toy Story 2 led Fox execs to conclude that hand-drawn animation was on the way out. Prior performance is no predictor of future success. The Land Before Time didn't help Bluth with Titan AE, and not even the freaking Lord of the Rings trilogy, with its many Oscars, could save New Line Cinema. From its creation in the 1970s and even after Warner Bros. bought a controlling stake, New Line Cinema was a mid-major movie studio that acted like an indie, taking chances on edgy, quirky movies like Pink Flamingos, Boogie Nights, and Mortal Kombat. If you don't think MK belongs in those examples, the only video game movies had been Street Fighter, blargh, Double Dragon, yawn, and Super Mario Brothers, a veritable kick in the nards to be gamers and moviegoers. Four years after The Return of the King ended the LOTR trilogy...eventually... New Line wanted another fantasy series cash cow, and it looked to The Golden Compass, Philip Pullman's first entry in the His Dark Materials trilogy. New Line pumped $200 million on the project, more than it had spent on The Lord of the Rings. To offset production costs, the company pre-sold the overseas rights, essentially getting an advance, meaning that when the film hit theaters outside of North America, they wouldn't see any more money. That made profit virtually impossible... as did the film's relatively small $70 million domestic take. Thus Warner Bros. absorbed New Line into its existing film production divisions, well, 10% of the studio. The other 90% got sacked. 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Incarceration. Hollywood. Ministry. These three words somehow came hand in hand as we shared a conversation with Gary Hall, President and Co-founder of Hollywood Impact Studios, formerly a producer for Warner Brothers, and the Sr. Vice President for 20th Century Fox Television. Hollywood Impact Studios' mission is to "help men (women and veterans) coming out of prison, jail and long term drug rehab centers to become substance-free, morally strong, and vocationally trained so that they may return to society as productive citizens with restored family relationships. TO TRULY BREAK THE CYCLE OF INCARCERATION AND ADDICTION...FOREVER." His organization's work is unique and hope-filled in how it connects professionals with incarcerated men (and soon, women) to develop their individual talents to successfully work in the profession of their choosing. Tune in to hear the remarkable story of how Holly Impact Studios initially started as a “film school behind bars", where 25 inmates were annually selected to be mentored and taught to find a career in the television and motion picture industry. He shared with us his hope to bring the program to many more prisons, which was deeply exciting and moving to hear. We also had the chance to ask Gary how he started in the film industry, how he knew working in network television was a right fit for him, how his faith melded into his work through Hollywood, and how he has handled all his responsibilities (which includes being a part-time police officer!). This is a conversation that will challenge and uplift your spirit while leaving your ears at the edge of their seats. To learn more about and/or support Hollywood Impact Studios, visit their website on hollywoodimpactstudios.com. Monetary donations, professionals of all fields in the LA area who can volunteer in the program, and help with spreading the word about their mission would all make a difference. You can find their Instagram at @hollywoodimpactstudios, Facebook here, and/or send mail to PO Box 801002 Santa Clarita, CA 91380
Malignant Review - James Wan - Cut Out the Cancer! Cinemondo's Malignant Review is here! One of the latest WB to HBO Max streaming big releases is James Wan's MALIGNANT. Is the controversy deserved? Where do we land on it? This review contains SPOILERS. This film is best viewed knowing nothing so don't ruin the surpise with spoilers. Watch first then listen to our review!Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!https://www.youtube.com/c/CinemondoPodcastBecome a Patron on PatreonJoin Cinemondo and over a hundred thousand podcasters already using Buzzsprout to get their message out to the world. Sign up here to get your podcast started!Cinemondo Podcast is a weekly show that's released every Monday. If you'd like to support our show, please subscribe to our podcast free in iTunes, and leave us a review!We want to hear from you so write in with more recommendations and comments. Email us: CinemondoPodcast@gmail.comConnect with us: CinemondoPodcast.com twitter.com/CinemondoPod facebook.com/CinemondoPodcast instagram.com/CinemondoPodcastSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinemondoPodcast)
On this weeks Brownie Bites: Dan and Nick say good-bye to legendary comedian Norm Macdonald. Celebrate Then, they talk about Jeff Bridges beating cancer and COVID at the same time. Christopher Nolan moving on from Warner Brothers for Universal Pictures. "Halloween Kills" doing a same day release on the streamer, Peacock. Then, they have trailer reactions for "The Matrix Resurrections" and the Disney+ series, "Hawkeye"! Trailer Links: The Matrix Resurrections – Official Trailer 1 - YouTube Marvel Studios' Hawkeye | Official Trailer | Disney+ - YouTube Music by Ilya Marfin from Fugue https://icons8.com/music/author/ilya-... Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported Anchor: https://anchor.fm/browniepoints Facebook: Brownie Points Guide to Cinema Instagram: Brownie Points Guide to Cinema (@brownie_points_guide) Email: email@example.com
CNBC's Valerie Castro reports live from outside the home of Gabby Petito's fiance's home in North Port, Florida, and delivers the latest on the search for Gabby. CNBC's Ylan Mui updates on President Biden's push to raise taxes on the wealthy and on corporations. Founding partner of “Puck News” Matthew Belloni discusses director Chirstopher Nolan's public criticism against Warner Brothers for releasing films in theaters and on HBO Max at the same time. Former NASA Astronaut Garrett Reisman delivers his insights on Inspiration 4's first day in space. Jay Leno discusses what to expect on the upcoming sixth season of “Jay Leno's Garage.”
Enter Keith GodchauxThe Deadcast opens its 4th season with one of the most unlikely but totally true stories in Grateful Dead history: how Keith & Donna Jean Godchaux approached Jerry Garcia at a bar and announced that Keith was the Dead's new keyboardist, going deep into Godchaux family history.GUESTS: Brian Godchaux, Donna Jean Godchaux MacKay, Greg Anton, Sandy Rothman
On episode 466 of Horror News Radio: The Grue-Crew review… MALIGNANT (2021, Warner Brothers). Warning: possible spoilers after the initial impressions! Be sure to subscribe to the Gruesome Magazine YouTube channel to catch all the HNR episodes. This is HORROR NEWS RADIO, the official GRUESOME MAGAZINE podcast. Back with Doc Rotten once again are the […]
Joanie has a conversation with Steve Hoffman, CEO of Founders Space, one of the world's leading startup accelerators. Steve has trained hundreds of startup founders and corporate executives in the art of innovation and provided consulting to many of the world's largest corporations, including Qualcomm, Huawei, Bosch, Intel, Disney, Warner Brothers, NBC, Gulf Oil, Siemens, … Continue reading Steve Hoffman: People Skills for Founders →
Having had celebrity clients such as Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Seacrest, Kim Kardashian, Lil Wayne, Nicole Kidman, and Demi Moore, this episode's returning guest has enjoyed quite the career so far. Colin Cowie has also had many corporate clients such as Dom Pérignon, Warner Brothers, CBS, Whitney Museum of American Art, Architectural Digest, and so many more! Colin is also a published author, having written books such as Dinner After Dark: Sexy, Sumptuous Supper Soirees, Colin Cowie Chic: The Guide to Life as It Should Be, and Colin Cowie Wedding Chic: 1,001 Ideas for Every Moment of Your Celebration. Colin, as he discusses with Andy in this episode, is all about making sure that he delivers the ultimate experience for his clients. Colin and Andy also talk about Colin's new book, The Gold Standard: Giving Your Customers What They Didn't Know They Wanted, which is Colin's eleventh published book! Colin discusses luxury and what it means in any business – that it is about customer service and not just the product that you are selling. He discusses how to ascertain what customers want so that you can provide it to them before they even realize what they want. We also hear Colin talk about the importance of not only having good relationships with your clients but also with the employees of your company, how important that protocol and consistency are to him, how to get customers to keep coming back to you, and so much more! Andy has known Colin for nearly two decades and is so impressed with everything that he has accomplished. He always has such a blast with Colin, when he has him on the podcast, and is grateful for his time. Andy encourages you to go back and listen to his previous episodes with Colin and to also check out his new book The Gold Standard: Giving Your Customers What They Didn't Know They Wanted. Please share this interview with at least three good friends who might also enjoy it, and leave a top review of the podcast wherever you listen! Have you heard about the brand new show on The Wedding Biz Network, Stop and Smell the Roses with Preston Bailey? Listen as Preston shares the secrets, tools, and technologies behind his extraordinary ability to create a theatrical environment out of any space. Also, don't forget about Sean Low's podcast The Business of Being Creative, where Sean discusses the power of being niched, pricing strategies, metrics of success, and so much more. You can find both shows on The Wedding Biz Network. SUPPORTING THE WEDDING BIZ Become a patron and support Andy and the show! If you are so inspired, contribute! Time Stamps [0:44] – Andy reveals that Colin Cowie is today's guest! [3:03] – Colin explains why he decided to write his new book The Gold Standard. [5:59] – Colin expounds upon his belief that customer service is the new luxury. [7:05] – We learn how to deliver to customers what they didn't realize they wanted. [9:36] – Colin gives examples of how to build relationships with clients. [10:58] – Colin affirms that you need to make sure that your employees have an emotional connection with you. [13:30] – Andy enthuses over how the COVID-19 pandemic gave us opportunities to reform company culture. [14:07] – Colin emphasizes how crucial teamwork and communication are. [17:29] – Andy and Colin agree that creating and owning your brand is important. [20:13] – We are persuaded of the importance of including everyone in meetings, even receptionists. [22:58] – Colin asserts how important protocols are to him. [25:52] – We discover that Colin is always updating protocols based on new things that are learned. [27:36] – Colin gives an example of great customer service provided by a pilot. [30:35] – We learn how we can get customers to keep coming back to us. [33:02] – Colin provides insight on failure and both its inevitability and its importance. [34:20] – Colin reveals what about the future excites him. [36:34] – Andy shares where online we can find Colin. RESOURCES Colin Cowie – Dinner After Dark: Sexy, Sumptuous Supper SoireesColin Cowie – Colin Cowie Chic: The Guide to Life as It Should BeColin Cowie – Colin Cowie Wedding Chic: 1,001 Ideas for Every Moment of Your CelebrationColin Cowie - The Gold Standard: Giving Your Customers What They Didn't Know They WantedThe Wedding Biz - Episode 128 REVISIT: Colin Cowie: Part 1 Creating Groundbreaking Luxury ExperiencesThe Wedding Biz - Episode 135 Colin Cowie: Part 2 Creating Groundbreaking Luxury ExperiencesThe Wedding Biz - Episode 267 A Conversation With: Colin CowieRyan Holiday – The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph Find Colin: Colin's WebsiteColin's Instagram PageColin Cowie Lifestyle - Instagram PageColin Cowie Lifestyle - Facebook PageColin's Twitter Page Follow The Wedding Biz on Social: The Wedding Biz The Wedding Biz on Instagram: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz on Facebook: @theweddingbiz The Wedding Biz Network The Music Makers Support The Wedding Biz by clicking here. 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So, normally when we play Suck It Tommy Trivia, Tommy asks us all trivia questions about movies (he's not allowed to play because he knows basically EVERYTHING about Hollywood – he worked at Warner Brothers back in the day – and whoever gets it right gets to yell: “SUCK IT TOMMY!”But today we're putting a twist on the game. We have to guess the movie based off the tagline Tommy reads. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
Do you want to be an intentional leader? Do you want to have more influence as a leader? Are you committed to putting your people first and to leading with a focus on humanizing your people? Are you looking for tools to lead in the new workforce realities? Our special guest Dr. Ian Brooks answers these and other questions about leadership, intention and what he calls amplifying your return on heartbeats. Dr. Ian D. Brooks is the CEO and founder of Rhodes Smith Consulting, a personal and professional development firm specializing In behavioral transformations. He's also the author of Intention: Building Capabilities to Transform Your Story. For over 24 years, Dr. Brooks' career has taken him from working in a clinical ward to working with organizations and people with the goal of helping individuals build skills toward achieving new heights. His clients include Netflix, Shondaland, Bank of America, Guitar Center, Nike Inc. Sony, and Warner Brothers. His passion for working with individuals seeking expansion and leaders within organizations to develop key skills and working with their teams is built on the mastery of intentions and consistency of capabilities. The Leadership Junkies Podcast is brought to you by Cardivera.com. Show Notes Episode highlights… The difference between creating the plan versus trying to control the path The role of impact and influence in leadership Leadership is defined by actions and outputs (not by title and outcomes) When people feel heard and engaged, you have a true people impact Understanding the difference between engaging with your people versus getting engagement from your people Leaders must constantly assess what you're willing to DO (and be clear in prioritizing your do's) The value of making time for celebrating your people and successes Leadership is a verb – what are you prepared to DO in your leadership Beware the trap of over thinking as a leader The role of unconscious bias and unconscious decisions in your leadership Moving beyond thinking about your leadership to doing about your leadership Leaders respond rather than react Risk is a part of leadership (leaders are experts at assessing the risks) Assessing what's the worst that can happen (and its likelihood) Leaders ask great questions and listen Role of vulnerability in leadership including the leader's pause Leadership requires allowing the quiet and listen Leadership and new workplace realities (the Great Resignation) Replacing ROI thinking with Return on Heartbeats leadership Leadership with an empowered workforce Role of intentionality in leading and managing remote or hybrid workforces Leadership lessons from the movie To Sir With Love Resources: Ian Brooks (https://www.instagram.com/drb_intention; https://twitter.com/DrB_Intention) Rhodes Smith Consulting Website Intention: Building Capabilities to Transform Your StoryBook by Dr. Ian Brooks The Leadership Junkies Podcast Cardivera Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Every single one of us is on this planet for a reason. What is your purpose? How can you become completely unstoppable? We know we are built for more but getting there can seem daunting and knowing how to take those steps can feel overwhelming. Marcus Bell has mentored and developed the world's biggest superstars and now he's sharing his secrets. If you are ready for freedom and to become all you're meant to be, listen in to this powerful episode. MORE ABOUT MARCUS BELL Marcus Bell has marketed and promoted, produced, written songs for, mentored and developed some of the world's superstars and brands. Marcus' list of credits includes Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Shelita Burke, Timbaland, Amitabh Bachchan, Hadise, Park Jung-Ah, GALA, Sony Music, Warner Brothers, Arista Records, Netflix, MTV, HBO, Discovery Network, EMI and Universal Music, to name a few. He has created music for internationally renowned brands such as McDonalds, General Mills, and Peter Diamandis (X-Prize, Singularity University). He published an Amazon #1 best selling book, “Bellringer Branding Bible: The 5 Musician Branding Principles for Singers, Rappers, DJs, Music Producers, Composers, Writers, and Recording Artists.” Not called on just by the entertainment industry, Marcus also coaches and trains people from all fields in increasing their visibility. As a Social Media Influencer he has a mission to help uplift the uplifters. His own posts have generated over 300 million impressions and his network of influence reaches over 4 Billion impressions a month. Connect with Marcus: https://Wealthandimpactbootcamp.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcusbellringer Follow Marcus @bellringermusic THIS WEEK'S SPONSOR INFORMATION: Soberlink is a comprehensive alcohol monitoring system. Combining a breathalyzer with wireless connectivity, Soberlink automatically documents proof of sobriety in real-time, which gives clients a sense of accomplishment while rebuilding trust with others. Features Adaptive Facial Recognition technology Technology to detect physical tampers Real-time text message reminders and Alerts Customizable scheduling Automated reporting options Get an exclusive $50 off your device by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and mentioning Negotiate Your Best Life ____________________________________________________________________ For more information on REBECCA ZUNG, ESQ. visit her website www.rebeccazung.com and follow her on Instagram: @rebeccazung and YouTube! GRAB YOUR FREE CRUSH MY NEGOTIATION PREP WORKSHEET RIGHT HERE! SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL RIGHT HERE. Grab a copy of Rebecca's book, Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R.: The Sure Fire Method to Step Up and Win (foreword written by Robert Shapiro). It went straight to being a #1 bestseller the first day it was launched! Find out what everyone is so excited about - get the book RIGHT HERE! To get your copy of Rebecca's bestselling book, Breaking Free: A Step by Step Guide to Achieving Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Freedom, please visit the Amazon website to order it RIGHT HERE.
This week on Presents Steph gets the chance to sit down with Diallo Riddle. An American writer, producer, actor, showrunner, and DJ. He received an Emmy Award nomination for his work on the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Riddle is best known for his co-starring role as Stevie in the NBC sitcom Marlon, and has been the co-creator of several different series including South Side and Sherman's Showcase. This week besides having a limited discussion about their new development deal with Warner Brothers and the excitement of diving into the world of DC film and tv universe, Steph and Diallo discuss coming up in the middle of a blossoming Atlanta music scene and his early career as a DJ. Classic underrated television and much more. #SouthSide #ShermansShowcase #DC #Comics #WarnerBrothers #Atlanta #OutKast #DJ _________________________________________________________ Interviewed by Stephanie Swain Edited/produced by Dustin Lollar Product of Radio Labyrinth Podcast _________________________________________________________ Our Store! https://www.storefrontier.com/product/radiolabyrinthfooksiefan Follow our YouTube page! https://www.youtube.com/radiolabyrinthpodcast Become a Radio Labyrinth Patron! https://www.patreon.com/Timandrews Our website! https://radiolabyrinthpodcast.com/ Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/radio_labyrinth Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/radiolabyrinth/ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ PATRONS! Thanks to our Radio Labyrinth Producers: Marty Johnson, Tim Slaton, Brett Perkins, Mike Hall, Shawn Hall, Chad Shepperd, Andrew Hopkins, Todd Ellis, Melissa Knowles, Bryan Smith, John Southerland, Mike D, Matt Carter, Erick Malmstron & Keith Tait. And thank you to all of our awesome Patreon Patrons: Hemp Huntress, Tracy McCoy, Emily Warren, Buck Monterey, Randy Reeves, Robey Neeley, Robert Kerns, Wayne Blair, Sherrie Dougherty, Rusty Weinberg, Michael Einhaus, Mark Weilandt, Leslie Haynie, Kevin Stokes, Jesse Rusinski, Jeremy Truman, Jeff Peterson, Herb Lamb, Gwynne Ketcham, Denise Reynolds, David C Funk, Collin Omen, Christopher Doerr, Chris Weilandt, Chris Cosentino, Brian Jackson, Brennon Price, Andrew Mulazzi, Andrew Harbin, Amber Gilpatrick, Alan Barker, Aaron Roberts, Walt Murray PI, Sam Wells, Ryan Wilson, Lou Coniglio, Kevin Schwartz, Gus Turner, Jonathan Wilson.
Michael and Steve welcome Tim Daly (J.T.Dolan) to the Talking Sopranos podcast. Tim talks about his relationship with David Chase and how he ended up with the part of J.T. on the Sopranos. Was Tim's character David's way of poking fun at the TV industry? After all J.T. only had an Emmy not an Oscar. Tim shares lots of personal stories including how he climbed Mt Kilimanjaro with a broken toe…Incredible! Then Michael and Steve break down one of the most compelling episodes of the entire Sopranos series. This might be Michael's favorite overall, and he shares how he got through the extremely emotional scenes. Steve also had a prominent role in this one and he talks about how he got himself jacked up for the big scene with Tony Sirico. Check out Talking Sopranos Ep #75 “The Ride” S6-Ep9. Make sure to subscribe to the Talking Sopranos podcast wherever you get your podcasts and go to the Talking Sopranos website to ask Michael and Steve questions and buy official Sopranos merchandise. Check out Comedy and Conversations with the Sopranos Live. Get your tickets today!https://www.ticketmaster.com/in-conversation-with-the-sopranos-tickets/artist/2683319Pre-order your copy of WOKE UP THIS MORNING: The Definitive Oral history of the Sopranoseverywhere books are sold, or go to hc.com/sopranosoralhistoryhttps://www.talkingsopranos.comhttps://www.betterhelp.com/talking
Welcome to the latest review of yet another disappointing Warner Brothers' film! This time it's the Inception-lite, Blade Runner-wannabe, Reminiscence. Written and directed by Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy and starring Huge Jackedman and Rebecca Ferguson, this one had promise. Sadly, for Wayne, it also had Thandiwe Newton, whereas for Paul it was just poorly written. And it seems the world agrees, as it has quickly become one of the biggest box office flops of all time. But it did inspire the guys to continue their discussion post sign off, so, there's that, I guess ... Time Stamps Reminiscence NON-SPOILER review: 0:00 - 12:20 Reminiscence SPOILER-FILLED Discussion: 12:20 - 19:55 Final Thoughts Including Potential Spoilers: 19:55 - 21:55 Hit up the CC Radio Network that The Countdown is a proud part of and follow the headers to the other great shows. Want to gain access to all manner of additional Countdown content? Head on over to the show's Patreon to see what you're missing! Join The Countdown Podcast Listener Community on Facebook so you can interact more directly with Paul and Wayne and vote in the weekly poll for who has the best list!