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Four friends sit down to review movies that you absolutely should have already seen. Zack and Tyler are a little bit more of film buffs, and Scott and Jake have seen pretty much every Summer Blockbuster in the last twenty years. Make sure to listen for the late bloomers' hot takes for each movie, and enjoy the witty banter along the way!
 
Cinephile: Passionate interest in film, film theory, and film criticism. It's a term that fits Adnan Virk perfectly. Join each week as he reviews the newest films, latest television, and chats with heavy hitters in the entertainment industry about their recent projects and successful careers. From engaging conversations to entertaining topics, Cinephile also offers historical perspective, recapping some of the most influential tv shows and films of our lifetime.
 
Most of us entered 2020 assuming that the decennial Census, an impeachment trial, and the Presidential election would be the key defining political moments of the year. Six months in, however, and the global COVID-19 pandemic and uprisings over police violence have captured the public square in a way no one could have predicted. Together these two watershed events have both exposed and deepened longstanding tensions in the United States. They have also disrupted nearly every aspect of our li ...
 
See The Fruits, Inc. presents - And GOD Said. Read by Gwendolyn Briley-Strand, music by Derrick Anderson, Sr. Gwendolyn Briley-Strand reading’s from the bible of some of her favorite scriptures. Future topics “Faith, Healing, Promises, Comfort, Keys, Protector. Bio - Gwendolyn Briley-Strand holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Fordham University in New York City and has performed as a professional actor on stage, television and in film for over thirty years. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA ( Sc ...
 
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Gold Derby editors and experts Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen survey the comedy categories at the Emmy Awards, where Ted Lasso is an overwhelming favorite to win Best Series and Best Actor -- but is Hacks looming as a possible upset contender? Listen to the episode and then make your own picks at https://www.goldderby.com.…
 
Actors and disability advocates, Eileen Grubba and Danny Woodburn, discuss the challenges people with disabilities still face in the entertainment industry, as well as the gains they have made in recent years. Hosts Gabrielle Carteris and Duncan Crabtree-Ireland also talk to our guests about what Disability Pride Month means to them. **The views ex…
 
As summer heats up, people across New England are flocking to the beach. But there’s been a long battle in CT, for access to the shoreline. This week on Disrupted, we learn about the history of exclusion on the Long Island sound. And we hear from descendants of the historically Black communities of Oak Bluffs and Sag Harbor. Andrew Kahrl - Professo…
 
Gold Derby editors and experts Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen are joined by chief Marvel correspondent and Emmy expert Kaitlin Thomas to talk about Marvel's Emmy nominations windfall, including 23 for "WandaVision" (00:05). Then, the trio discusses the "Loki" season finale and how the first season might perform at next year's Emmy Awards, plus the…
 
Disrupted's political roundtable tackles recent news, like Nikole Hannah-Jones’s tenure controversy and her decision to teach at Howard University. They’ll give context around Critical Race Theory, how a supreme court case is impacting voting rights, and whether the Olympics need a racial reckoning. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
Gold Derby editors and experts Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen breakdown the 2021 Emmy nominations from the snubs (Ethan Hawke), surprises (three "WandaVision" writing nominations), and sure things ("The Crown," "Queen's Gambit," "Ted Lasso") (00:05). Then, more Emmy nominations talk, including analysis of how "Hamilton" landed so many acting nomin…
 
The Australian multi-hyphenate reflects on the filmmaking collective that he helped to establish 25 years ago, leveraging an early role in 'Star Wars' and the varied credits that have followed, from 'Warrior' to 'Loving' to, most recently, Barry Jenkins' acclaimed limited series adaptation of Colson Whitehead's bestselling novel. Credits: Hosted by…
 
SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris welcomes her new co-host on the podcast, SAG-AFTRA’s new National Executive Director & Chief Negotiator Duncan Crabtree-Ireland. Gabrielle turns the tables on her co-host and asks him about his background, his past work at the union and his vision for the future. **The views expressed by the guests are their o…
 
Since it began in 1948, NASCAR has only fielded 8 Black drivers for its top-level cup series. The sport hasn’t been exactly welcoming to people of color. But following the murder of George Floyd and events of last year, they’re making moves to shed that racist image. On this week's Disrupted, a history of NASCAR’s push for diversity. GUESTS: Daniel…
 
The star of Hollywood's Golden Age turned author, who is now 90 and celebrating the 65th anniversary of her start in the movies in 'Giant' and 'Baby Doll,' shares the pros and cons of being a sex symbol, memories of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe and thoughts about the #MeToo movement — including an unpopular opinion of Bill Cosby, who was unexpecte…
 
On this episode of The Gold Derby Show, Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen are joined by Kaitlin Thomas to discuss the Marvel Cinematic Universe's television expansion, particularly how the Emmy Awards will respond to WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (00:01). Then, the three Marvel stans talk about Episode 4 of Loki and whether Emmy v…
 
Billy Gil reviews F9: The Fast Saga. Jon Wertheim on The Karate Kid, Charles Barkley, Roger Federer and much more. We discuss the Netflix movie, Awake with director, Mark Raso. Also, how many of Adnan's Top 10 movies has Chris seen? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Adnan Virk, Le Batard & Friends
 
Chase W. Dillon was 9-years-old when he was cast as the role of Homer in The Underground Railroad on Amazon Prime. This hour on Disrupted, Chase talks about his life in Connecticut, his career, and how he’s giving back to his community. And you may know actor Michael Jai White from his roles in The Dark Knight, Spawn, or Black Dynamite. He grew up …
 
The best character actor working today, according to a 2021 industry survey, reflects on how he came to acting by way of the scene shop, why he quit the profession for two years in the early 2000s and what explains his remarkable past decade — a Tony nom, an Emmy nom (with another likely next month) and roles in five best picture Oscar nominees, tw…
 
The first lady of television reflects on how her challenging childhood shaped her as a person and an actress, early jobs that were expected to be game-changers but proved not to be and the origins and evolution of her close collaboration with Ryan Murphy. Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst. Learn more about your ad…
 
On the latest episode of The Gold Derby Show, editors and experts Joyce Eng and Christopher Rosen discuss the guest performer Emmy ballots, with focus on SNL, Grey's Anatomy, The Mandalorian, and a hail mary for Adam Driver (00:00:10). Then, they debate the variety talk series and reality competition ballots (28:19:00). For more on those categories…
 
Chris Shiflett got his big break in 1999 when he joined legendary rock band, the Foo Fighters. What fans both young and old may not know is that he’s a staunch supporter of unions. Hosts Gabrielle Carteris and David White dig into Chris’ influences, his early career, his big break and his support for the labor movement. **The views expressed by the…
 
After years of warning from scientists, the global climate crisis is impacting Americans across the country. 2021 has already seen unprecedented ice storms across Texas and one of the worst droughts in modern history in the west. But what kind of changes can we expect in Connecticut? On this Disrupted, we dig into the ways our changing climate is a…
 
The character actor's character actor — there's a reason the 'Six Degrees' game is named after him — reflects on lessons learned from early projects like 'Animal House' and 'Diner,' why he sabotaged his own stardom after 'Footloose,' how he later reinvented himself as a character actor and why his attitudes towards television changed. Credits: Host…
 
Cinephile with Adnan Virk makes its return under the Le Batard and Friends umbrella. It's Adnan talking TV and movies with a Le Batard show twist. Let's have some fun! Mare of Easttown, A Quiet Place Part II, The Story of Late Night, Wawa, movie theater etiquette and so much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
June 19th marks the 156th anniversary of Black emancipation in America. Here in Connecticut there are events around the state to mark Juneteenth - and our state is often seen as being a northern utopia for Black Americans but by the American Revolution, Connecticut had the largest number of slaves of all the New England states. In fact, slavery in …
 
The beloved comedy writer, actress and producer — the first female head-writer and second female 'Weekend Update' anchor in the history of 'Saturday Night Live' — reflects on the roots of her interest in comedy; her 'SNL' experience, from Poehler to Palin; and her experiences with series TV, from '30 Rock' to her pandemic projects 'Mr. Mayor' and '…
 
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