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The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed actor Pierce Brosnan (Tomorrow Never Dies, The Thomas Crown Affair) about his latest film Love Is All You Need, which opens in New York and Los Angeles on Friday, May 3. For more information on the film, visit the official website here. Plus, the directors of two star-studded films currently in theaters: Dante Ariola, whose film Arthur Newman stars Oscar-winner Colin Firth and Emily Blunt, and Justin Zackham, the writer-director of The Big Wedding featuring
Despite playing one of the world’s most famous lotharios in four smash-hit flicks, Pierce Brosnan believes in fidelity with all his heart. When Wedding Day Radio host Robin Milling asks the Irish James Bond if he feels guilty about having intense relationships with women on the big screen while Keely Shaye Smith, his wife of 11 years, peers on, he replies: “She calls it legal cheating. She said this at a dinner party one night and I just about choked on my shrimp! I’m a lucky
Tim Perell, President of Process Media, drops by to talk about his experience as a producer of such excellent movies as Last Chance Harvey and The Love Punch. Both films star Oscar winner Emma Thompson. Dustin Hoffman, another Oscar winner, co-stars as Harvey in the first film, and Pierce Brosnan plays her ex-husband in the latter movie, which opened on May 23rd. Misha Zubarev will co-host this special episode.
Perell started as an A&R scout for Warner Bros. Records, has read for Miramax, and co-founded Eureka Pictures in 1995. He also earned a Master’s Degree at the Royal College of Art in London, where he produced seven short films. He received an Independent Spirit Producer Award for Shortbus (with co-producer Harvey Gertler).
Perell’s producing credits cover a variety of other motion pictures, including:
The Myth of Fingerprints
Trust the Man
World’s Greatest Dad
Movie Monday on Brian The Hammer Show and today in addition to the Top 10 Weekend Box Office Hits we'll be talking about some of films Greatest Stars and their "Stories That Teach", including a Shocking Story about Dean Martin with Writer, Director Paul Kyriazi. Paul has written and directed 6 Feature Films and directed many legends in the Industry over the years. Paul has also produced nine novels and Full-Cast Audio Books. The Stars that Paul will be talking about today include:
Sammy Davis Jr.
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Click Here for the Love is All You Need Trailer This movie is technically a foreign film, but much of it is in English and the rest is in subtitles. I simply forgot there was another language being spoken it was so well done.
After the Alien series I thought a funny romantic comdedy would be nice and the characters are rich with psychological possibilities. Try to catch the film while it is on demand or the premium channels. It is brilliantly done and is sure to touch our heart somehow!
The Center of Light Radio Show with host Keith Anthony Blanchard
Show Topic: UNITY
David Matthew Brown devotes his time to sharing a fresh and unique message of transcendence, unity, and spiritual healing. Alongside his message, David’s skill and experience as a speaker, facilitator, and Practitioner of the Presence are eagerly and increasingly sought after by audiences across the world. David’s uniquely positive spiritual perspectives are especially vibrant in his work as an author, a teacher, and a counselor (trained at the AGAPE International Spiritual Center).
Formerly the host of INSIDE OUT, David was blessed with the opportunity to speak with a litany of guests, including Swami Kriyananda, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Don Miguel Ruiz, Marianne Williamson, Byron Katie, Dr. Bernie Siegel, Cynthia James, and Matthew Fox to name a few. David also had the honor of hosting and reporting at Dr. Jane Goodall’s DAY OF PEACE, where he interviewed top celebrities on peace, including Pierce Brosnan, Soleil Moon Frye, Marilu Henner, and Rose Byrne.
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This week The Lone Writer Presents Chaplain Batman's Whiz Bang Radio, is entitled Pop Culture without Borders. Call in and talk about whatever you want to in the pop culture milieu, because it's your show.
As “secret agents” go, it seems to me, James Bond will always be considered the most recognizable in modern cinema. I’ve often wondered if author Ian Fleming somehow knew, his brand of espionage thriller, would be so successful on film. In this first of three “Bond” broadcasts, we’ll discuss “James Bond” and the actors who have played him. The second installment will focus on the “Woman”, and the third on the “Music”; both elements helped in the making of this movie franchise’s mystique.
Let's comtinue our "anything and everything pop culture" format, just as long as it would pass Johnny Carsons censors. I want this to be your show, but that can only happen if you call in. I want to throw out almost everything that my co-host Jeff Gafford (The Lone Writer) and me, Howard Moses (Chaplain Batman) might plan. Bring you passions. Bring you interests. Bring you stories. This is your pop culture extravaganza!
Hollywood’s longest night of the year results in one of the longest episodes of the year at YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!
And unlike the Oscars, the 72 minutes brought to you by your friends in podcasting are full of surprises, full of irreverence and full of insight.
Oh, yeah, and there’s the usual wagering between Dean and Phil, only this year, they don’t find out what they stand to lose until the end of the show!
Boasting two special guests, it’s our annual Oscar smackdown! Enjoy!
The fall television season is in full swing and it’s time to declare winners and losers, so your friends in podcasting have it covered, the shows that are hits and those that are about to be canceled (if they haven’t been already!). They also talk about the Univision remake of “Breaking Bad” and how impressed Sir Anthony Hopkins is with Bryan Cranston’s work in the original.
Speaking of television, Dean and Phil will examine the possibility of a future incarnation on the big/small screens of “The X-Files” as well as the currently underway reboot of “Remington Steele”.
Fall also means we’re approaching the awards season here in Hollywood, a time when the movie industry puts its best product into the marketplace. A Vanity Fair piece described 2013 as possibly the best year in movies since 1939. Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness will discuss this assertion and examine the merits of a handful of new (or future) releases.
Plus, Dean and Phil will discuss the way AMC theatres might just be changing the way you feel about going to the movies.
Finally, your friends in podcasting explain one of the eight ways your brain lies to you every day!
All that, and much more, on this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour.
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