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Welcome to yet another show of HOLLYWOOD CORNER and join us as we are welcoming in the very end of it, and as such will talk about anything, everything except the kitchen sink.
Tonight we talk about one man's tale from going to Hollywood and then facing homelessness, and we will also talk about the reality of it all, as often covered to dismiss the critics and offer some realism into the mix. Join us today on another amazing show.
Tonight's show is going to be a very truthful & honest one about many different topics including John Lennon getting absolutely slammed by certain articles I've come across on the web, even more pop-culture news for you, crazies in Hollywood and the scene around it & more.
Sometimes the crazy just gets way too overwhelming and we need to just blatantly, flat out, talk about it, and not let anything get in our way.
Today is that time, so please join me, Krayola & Zuul as we talk about all of these nasty, nasty things ;)
Dean Haglund is back from Australia where he was busy laying the groundwork for his full-time move down under in May. While he was there, he Skyped with Phil Leirness because, well, your friends in podcasting miss each other when they are apart AND because there was the big news about the return of “The X-Files” to discuss. Part of this week’s show will be that (recorded) conversation, wherein they also discuss Gillian Anderson’s “other” current series, the absolutely terrific “The Fall”.
Back in L.A. there’s plenty of TV news to discuss, including Emmy Awards rulings, a new host for "The Daily Show", the return of “Coach”, the possible return of “Twin Peaks” and the “Sherlock” Christmas special. Before his trip, Dean performed and gave a fantastic presentation about Chaplin and City Lights at the Los Angeles Breakfast Club. This will get discussed as the “Live Event of the Week” before Dean and Phil launch into movie news featuring the latest on Eddie Murphy, Idris Elba, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Bradley Cooper. All that, plus two puzzling emails from listeners.
This week on YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour. Wherever good podcasts can be found!
With all of the buzz around erotic tales going Hollywood such as 50 Shades of Gray and Addicted, it appears erotica is the new black. Tonight's topic is erotica's influence on Hollywood. Join your favorite Urban Fiction Hosts K.C. Baylor and Santiago as we go into the the dirty business of sex from print to screen. We also have a very special guest P. Sharee author of debut erotic novel Fit for a King. She will be joining us at 6:30pm EST. Give us a call @ 347-989-0235 with comments, questions or shout-outs.
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Why does Oscar Isaac have to be in X-men Apocalypse and Star Wars: Episode VII?
Who should Direct a live action movie of Akira?
Only stupid people hate Prometheus.
Could people please STFU about a Batman solo film already
It's Happy Birthday to US! That's right, your friends in podcasting, Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness, are celebrating 8 years of changing the way people listen to the internet. So, hop into the backseat, buckle up, and take to the open road with Dean and Phil as they discuss the ways filmmakers can make motion picture and television production more environmentally-friendly, and then as they regale you with tales of a red carpet premiere of a new horror film for Crackle at the Sony Picture Studios in Culver City.
Joan Kramer and David Heeley drop by to discuss In the Company of Legends, their behind-the-scenes book about the marvelous movie star documentaries they've worked on together. Starting with their award-winning profiles of Fred Astaire in 1980, Kramer and Heeley produced film portraits of the lives and careers of many Hollywood legends including Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Fred Astaire, Jimmy Stewart, Henry Fonda, Paul Newman, Judy Garland and Humphrey Bogart, This dynamic duo established a reputation for finding the un-findable, persuading the reluctant, and maintaining unique relationships long after the end credits rolled. This interview is a must-hear for true movie addicts everywhere!
Robert Osborne, host of Turner Classic Movies, calls In the Company of Legends one of the best reasons ever for curling up with a book, and talk show host Dick Cavett says the Kramer/Heeley memoir was so hard to put down that he ate with one hand while reading it. Osborne goes on to praise the book because it’s about dazzling personalities told by people who actually knew the celebrities they write about, worked with them and, further, socialized with them, aware of their foibles and strengths from first-hand knowledge, not hearsay.
Among the Kramer and Heeley documentaries are: Katharine Hepburn: All About Me; Bacall on Bogart; The John Garfield Story; The Adventures of Errol Flynn; The Spencer Tracey Legacy; James Stewart: A Wonderful Life; Fonda on Fonda; Fred Astaire: Puttin’ on His Top Hat; Fred Astaire: Change Partners and Dance.
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