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Movie star, writer, director, and restauranteur Chazz Palminteri joins host Robin Milling to discuss his new film Mighty Fine. Chazz tells Robin he didn't have to look any further than his own Bronx upbringing to tap into his character's violent temper. Chazz witnessed a murder from the stoop of his childhood home, which years later would become the inspiration for his famous play and movie, A Bronx Tale.
Chazz also talks about his upcoming projects which include hosting a writer's retreat, launching his own website, www.askchazz.com where you can ask him everything about the movie biz, and his next foray for the stage, Human.
Chazz also hopes to expand his Bronx-themed restaurant aptly named for him from Baltimore to Las Vegas.
Acclaimed actor Chazz Palminteri discusses his new film Yonkers Joe, writer/director Sterlin Harjo talks about his new Sundance entry Barking Water, actor Christopher Carley discusses his role in Gran Torino, and filmmaker Susan Morgan Cooper talks about her new doc An Unlikely Weapon.
Actor and writer Chazz Palminteri (A Bronx Tale, The Usual Suspects, ABCs Modern Family, TNTs Rizzoli and Isles) will be joined by Dominic Antignano, and Manhattan Film Institute (MFI) co-founder and actor/writer Tony Spiridakis, to discuss the Institute's latest venture, recently held at Peconic Landing (NY). With guest speakers such as actor Tony Goldwyn (ABCs Scandal), Joe Pantoliano (The Matrix, The Sopranos) and other industry insiders, the program was a huge success.
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Two-time Oscar Nominee sits down with Matthew and Len to talk about his career and his new restaurant "Chazz: A Bronx Original" and his dates for "Bronx Tale" in Atlantic City in Caesar's Palace.
But before that, Annabelle Gurwitch, actress, NPR contributor, political activist and author of "You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up", joins Matthew, Lee and Lenny for a no-holds barred conversation about everything in her career and the political climate.
It's going to be a hot show. 8:30pm CST, tune in. www.thematthewaaronshow.com
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Our conversation with Johnathon Banks who trains Wladimir Klitschko. Wladimir Klitschko fights
2012 - Banks stopped undefeated top contender Seth Mitchell, 25-1-1 (19KO’s), on Saturday, November 17, 2012 in the second round at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on HBO World Championship Boxing.
Dropping Mitchell three times in the second round, referee Eddie Cotton called a halt to the destruction at the 2:37 mark of the second stanza.
Wrote ESPN’s Dan Rafael, “Maybe some things are just meant to be. The script couldn’t have been better written for Banks in his major upset if a screenwriter had taken on the task.
He was supposed to fight Mitchell in July, but the fight was postponed when Mitchell suffered a hand injury in his exciting third-round knockout win against Chazz Witherspoon in April and couldn’t be ready in time.
It was around the time that the fight was postponed that the late Emanuel Steward, the Hall of Fame trainer and HBO announcer, first became ill.
Steward had taken Banks under his wing when he was a 15-year-old amateur. Banks learned to box from Steward, spent time living with him and considered him a father figure. When Steward died in late October, his No. 1 fighter, heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, needed a trainer for his Sept. 10 title defense against Mariusz Wach and he turned to Banks, who had been in Klitschko’s training camps for years with Steward.”
“So Banks was training Klitschko for his eventual win against Wach at the same time that he was preparing to fight Mitchell. While in Klitschko’s camp in Austria, Banks, 30, of Detroit, was doing four training sessions ...
My guest today is author Robert Chazz Chute, is the author of “the Hit Man Series”, “Cracking the Indie Author Code,” as well as the “Plague of Day’s Series” and that is only a few of his works. I love the “Hit Man Series” and we are talking about his projects as well as other interesting topics. Don’t miss it. Sunday at 12 p.m. EST on Word Matrix on blogtalkradio.
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Today on, CoffeeHouse on Magick Blvd. Author Robert Chazz Chute is our guest today. He is a horror, suspense and crime novel writer. He also writes some non-fiction as well. I found his work in a free digital give away and I was hooked. It is action packed, fast paced with lots of twists and turns. He is the author of Bigger Than Jeuss (The Hit Man Series) as well as This Plague of Days (The Zombie Apocalypse Serial, as well as his other work that can be found on his website.
Gangster Sonny is the big man in the Bronx neighborhood of an Italian small boy named Calogero. A shooting witnessed by the boy (nicknamed C) is the starting point of a lasting bond between the gangster and the boy. Father (bus driver Lorenzo), however, disapproves. C grows up under the wing of both men, torn between his own natural honesty and his fascination with Sonny. C's neighborhood cronies get involved in theft, use of guns, and racial fights. When C falls for an African American girl, things don't get any easier. C's leap to manhood is marked by tragedy, but also by his recognition of the many faces of love.
Robert De Niro...(Lorenzo)
Lillo Brancato...(Calogero, age 17)
Francis Capra...Calogero (Age 9)