• 00:37


    in Entertainment


    Joining Take 2 Radio on Tuesday, March 10th at 7pm eastern time is international model and actor Isaac J. Sullivan and rapper Reyn to talk about the new indie teen dramedy "At the Top of the Pyramid". Directed by award winning director Lawrence Jordan. The movie is about: A look at courage and friendship, set in the world of passionate young adults.

    Click the links to be directed to connect with Isaac, Reyn and/or the movie. 

  • 00:31

    SmallvilleCast Talk Episode 189 - Melissa Benoist Is Supergirl: CBS Pilot

    in Television

    Melissa Benoist got her break when she was cast as a female lead in the William McKinley High School storyline on Glee when most of the Fox dramedy’s original stars saw their characters either move to New York or leave the show.

    Based on the characters from DC Comics, the project, from Warner Bros. TV and studio-based Berlanti Prods., centers on Kara Zor-El (Benoist). Born on the planet Krypton, Kara Zor-El escaped amid its destruction years ago. Since arriving on Earth, she’s been hiding the powers she shares with her famous cousin, Superman. But now at age 24, she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be.

    Written by Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler, the project went through an extensive casting process, with several young actresses testing for the lead. Benoist had been consistently in the mix, first alongside Claire Holt and more recently considered along with Elizabeth Lail.

    Benoist, repped by UTA, Anonymous Content and Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein & Setz, has a supporting role in the feature Whiplash, which is nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture. She will next be seen in the film The Longest Ride, opposite Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood.

  • 02:00

    Another Election. Another Time. Ron Carter interviews Charles S. Dutton.

    in Politics

    Has there been any "CHANGE" on the political landscape?

    If so, what?

    Ron Carter, Publisher and Editor of Chicago Street Journal interviewed Charles S. Dutton preceding the re-election of President Obama.

    Mr. Charles S. Dutton, Directing and Starring in"THE OBAMA EFFECT."

    "The Obama Effect" is a dramedy about John Thomas (Charles S. Dutton), an insurance salesman, who suddenly takes an overwhelming interest in the 2008 Obama campaign after a serious health scare changes his view on life. The movie follows the Thomas family, friends and foes through this historic time in American history.

    Stars:  Charles S. Dutton, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Katt Williams, Megan Good, and Glynn Thurman.

    Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Executive Producer and Founder of


    Black Businesses Connecting Across Chicago and The World connect with us at http://www.issuu.com/ChicagoStreetJournal

    To be in the next edition visit - http://chicagostreetjournal.weebly.com/index.html

    Original Broadcasted June 28, 2012.

  • 01:55

    "Love is a Contact Sport" an intimate conversation with Coach Von De Carlo

    in Entertainment

    Hey there Tea Sippers! We have gotten a wonderful treat in store for you today.  Many of us are always looking for answers or advice when it comes to matters of the heart and we have got someone who can get you right together.  She is one of the voices you can hear and SEE on Centric's "According to Him and Her" as she give it to you Play by Play from her very own "Playbook". 

    She has been classified as "Clatchet" and  professes to be "The Dude's Kinda Chick" as she says she understands the language of MEN and KNOWS Man Truth as she has written a book for every woman to tote as a manual, "Speak Fluent Man: The Top Things Women Should Consider Before Blaming the Man".

    My guest today, Ms. Von DeCarlo, will be Dishing her Tea on how she has created and recreated her empire, putting her life back together after such a tragedy, AND how she handles the dating scene in this age of technology and dramedy. 

    Get your crumpets together because this is going to be a beautifully HOT pot of tea my darlings.


  • 01:10

    "Raised In Hell: A Non-Fiction Family Dramedy" With Deon Price

    in Lifestyle

    Whether you’re an adult or youth, “villager” or professional, and whether you have ever or never before experienced poverty, family dysfunction, and/or separation from your biological family, if you have a heart which has not waxed cold, you will smile, cry, laugh and even holler out loud as you follow the childhood journey of author, Deon Price.

    Deon, a former foster youth,  takes you through the life maze of  6 year old “Little Deon” as he witnesses and experiences family addiction, violence, fear, and separation, pain, rejection, and displacement; followed by the pains of confusion, sadness, depression, apathy, and hopelessness, but most of all the enduring love for and by his biological family.

  • 01:49

    Nobility Cast Interview Live from Fantasy Con

    in Hobbies

    Get ready to be amazed by the stellar cast bringing "NOBILITY," an out-of-the--box new dramedy from Cowboy Errant Pictures set 700 years in the future, to life. The concept revolves around the C.A.S. Nobility, humanity's most powerful starship with a crew, that's, well, anything but noble.“

    Nobility” has an incredible cast composed of sci-fi legends from Walter Koenig (“Star Trek: TOS”, “Babylon 5″) to Doug Jones ("Hellboy" series, "The Time Machine") and Adrienne Wilkinson (“Xena”, “Star Wars: Clone Wars”).  This is in addition to an all-star cast including Cas Anvar (“Assassin’s Creed,” "Diana," “Castle”),  James Kyson (“Heroes”),  Emmy-winner Michael Reaves (“Batman,” “Star Trek,” “Star Wars”) and more. 

    Real people existing in a real world with consequences for their actions – that is what’s at the core of “Nobility”.  Described as “Firefly” meets “The Office,” “Nobility” uses clever comedic scenarios -- as the best of science fiction-based films like “Back to the Future,” “Indiana Jones,” “Firefly,” “Buffy,” and “Doctor Who” have done -- as a means to open the door to an audience’s heart. They succeed on every level.

  • 01:55

    Litchfield Live: Orange is the New Black Season 2 Review Part 1/4

    in Television

    Sean Comer and Mark Radulich get set for this 4 part review of Orange is the New Black season 2.  Up first, episodes 1-3.  Check out what the boys from the Long Road to Ruin have to say about this prison dramedy from the gal that brought us Weeds.  It ain't The Wire or Oz but it's a spiffy little show all on its own.

  • 00:58

    Tomorrow Will Be Televised Murder In The First/People You Know HD Simulcast

    in Television

    The radio/TV simulcast all about TV, presented live on BlogTalk Radio and Brooklyn Independent Media HD. Our guests: Eric Lodal, co-creator/executive producer of Murder In The First, premiering June 9 on TNT and John Dylan DeLaTorre and Baltimore Russell, co-creators/executive producers of the new dramedy People You Know.

  • 01:04

    CR #64- Maleficent; A Million Ways to Die in the West; Jason Ritter Interview

    in Movies

    On this week's Cinema Royale, Angelina Jolie shows her villainous side in Disney's Maleficent! Leslie "The Cinema Siren" Combemale will join us to talk about Jolie's performance as the infamous Disney villain. Also, we'll take a look at Seth MacFarlane's comedy-western, A Million Ways to Die in the West, starring Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson, and Amanda Seyfried.

    On the indie front, Jason Ritter calls in to discuss his new ensemble dramedy, The Big Ask, starring David Krumholtz and Melanie Lynskey.

    All this plus news on Marvel's Ant-Man, Daredevil, Justice League, and much more!


  • 01:12

    CR #62- 'Godzilla' Director Gareth Edwards

    in Movies

    It's GODZILLA!!!! The King of All Monster deserves the biggest of summer movies, and on this week's show we'll see if Godzilla lives up to all of the incredible anticipation! Plus, Godzilla director Gareth Edwards joins the show to talk about the challenges of bringing the movie monster to the big screen!

    Jack Giroux of Film School Rejects joins us to talk Godzilla and the Disney baseball dramedy Million Dollar Arm starrng Jon Hamm.


  • 00:32

    Artist, Designers, and Things Oh My - Host Joanne Mathis

    in Film

    Peter Papageorgiou - Producer, Writer, Actor

    "Late Bloomers" is a wacky sitcom involving four high school friends from Queens who, after turning forty years old, decide to move to Hollywood, California together to start new careers in the entertainment industry. The guys get into all kinds of crazy situations while struggling to make the dream a reality.

    Playing the part of "Khan" a father figure to the guys is the Peabody Award Winning Actor Shelly Desai who has appeared in "Men Of A Certain Age" and "Always Sunny in Philadelphia", Shelly also appeared in the  Kevin James movie"Here comes the Boom".  "Late Bloomers" is written and created by Peter Papageorgiou and is based on real friends of Mr. Timpone's from the old neighborhood. Mr. Timpone also is producing two other comedies, "Pumping Up" also written by Peter Papageorgiou and "Grand Ave", a dramedy written by Anthony J. Russo.

    "Late Bloomers" is currently being pitched to the major networks and cable channels in Los Angeles. For more information regarding "Late Bloomers", Mr. Timpone and/or Mr. Papageorgiou, please contact Stephanie Allensworth at 323-333-5493 or

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