Dec 19, 2015
Movie Meltdown - Episode 332
This week we welcome our special guest co-host Greg Behrendt. Greg is a comedian, author, screenwriter, actor, musician... he's done so many different things... and we touch on quite a few areas of his life and career. So join us as we settle into our undisclosed room... and the talking begins.
And while we realize we are the only ones with rope and a map, we also discuss... San Francisco, movie trailers, rock and roll, Hunger Games, The BFG, Jessica Jones, a Steven Spielberg suburban dream, boredom leads to creativity, Logan's Run, a different kind of man, David Lynch, Cadbury Egg, girl squads, Daredevil, Gotham, where I found refuge, Moontower, legends in the industry, Captain America: Civil War, Rob Lowe, Paul Feig, Tony Alva, diversity, William Shatner, referencing via YouTube, Sex in the City, change the game, The Nutcracker, Edgar Wright, Netflix, The Stray Cats, nullifying the book, you can be so many things now... and people can take you in whatever parcel they like, David O. Russell, still evolving, The Legend of Tarzan, The Grinder, engaged in technology, Bob Forrest, investing in pens, prostitute my personality for money, Mitch Hedberg, being anointed by Oprah, Joy, Mark Rylance, Spy, making a record, Wes Anderson, Broadchurch, it's a secret box and there's words inside, Ben Stiller, a call to duty, Krysten Ritter, Trainwreck, The Weekend, growing up in a different world, Star Wars, a stand-up obligation, Alex Cox, our moment it together, rediscovering it, Patton Oswalt, social changes vs. romanticized Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Three Kings, Christian Bale, The Flash, anyone from The Wire in anything, when you have a yearning for something and you don't know what it is, rugby, defining feminism, scheduling kids, I can't not grow, Australia, the offensive friend zone, Clooney's Batman, there are no gatekeepers, Wiz Khalifa, multiple development deals, Flirting with Disaster, Atlanta and how to beat the electronic trail.
"Eventually your personality wins, you can't uphold artifice for very long... and if you can your a psychopath. Eventually you stumble into the best stage version of you there is."
For more on what Greg's up to, follow him on Twitter at:
https://twitter.com/gregorybehrendt or visit his website at: http://www.thekingsweater.com/
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