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Supergirl started filming season 6 today in Vancouver, after a two-week pause due to delayed Covid-19 testing results.

2020.10.14 05:17 Expensive_Remote_373 Supergirl started filming season 6 today in Vancouver, after a two-week pause due to delayed Covid-19 testing results.

Supergirl started filming season 6 today in Vancouver, after a two-week pause due to delayed Covid-19 testing results.
Supergirl started filming season 6 today in Vancouver, after a two-week pause due to delayed Covid-19 testing results.
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This is the final season for the Girl of Steel.
Related: Supergirl With Melissa Benoist To End With Season 6 Which Starts Filming This Fall in Vancouver
Revised filming dates: October 13th – April 5th, 2021.
Episodes: 20.
Cast: Melissa Benoist, Chyler Leigh, David Harewood, Katie McGrath, Jesse Rath, Nicole Maines, Azie Tesfai, Andrea Brooks, Julie Gonzalo, Staz Nair with special guest star Jon Cryer.
Melissa Benoist will join production after her maternity leave. She and her husband Chris Wood (Supergirl’s Mon-el) welcomed a son in early September.
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2020.09.27 13:00 lenalikesboots A few of my POTO wants

Hi guys!!!
I'm close to completing my POTO video collection! However, for that to happen, I still need a few videos. Hit me up if you have any of these videos:
Phantom Follies Rob Guest, Marina Prior, Dale Burridge, Maree Johnson, Caroline Ferrie 1992; Australia "Australian cast puts on skits and spoofs for charity, runs for over two hours. Some of the skits/parodies: 'Beauty School Dropout,' 'The Three Raoul Amigos,' 'A Charade,' 'I'm Too Sexy,' a rock version of 'Il Muto,' and a rap/dance version of 'Think of Me'."
Brad Little, Elizabeth Southard, Tim Martin Gleason January 11, 2004; Orlando Matinee performance. Three DAT files. Small picture with a lot of washout and fuzziness. Looks like it was filmed by the same person who did the evening performance on the same date. Brad Little's last matinee performance in the national tour
Damian Aleksander, Paulina Janczak/Edyta Krzemien, Marcin Mrozinski/Piotr Domalewski 2008 (?); Warsaw, Poland Various clips, highlights, and trailers from the Polish production, mostly ripped off YouTube. Combination of MP4 and FLV file
Brad Little, Claire Lyon, Anthony Downing Late 2014/Early 2015; Hong Kong, China Poorly shot, very far away video. MP4 files. Lots of blackouts, often not focused on the stage in Act 1, but improves slightly in Act 2.
Dmitry Ermak, Tamara Kotova, Eugeny Zaycev 2015; Moscow, Russia MP4 files, highlights of Act 1 only: Hannibal, 'Think of Me', 'The Mirror', and the title song
Brad Little, Emilie Lynn/Kristi Holden, Anthony Downing 2015; World Tour A bunch of Instagram clips of various scenes and actors from the World Tour. To be gifted.
Hugh Panaro, Sandra Joseph, John Cudia, Jeff Keller, George Lee Andrews, Patricia Phillips, Marilyn Caskey, Larry Wayne Morbitt, Joelle Gates* August 9, 2003; Broadway Rather massive head blocks most of the bottom, but filmer does their best to shoot around it.
Howard McGillin, Rebecca Pitcher, Michael Shawn Lewis, Julie Schmidt (u/s), David Cryer, George Lee Andrews, Marilyn Caskey, Roland Rusinek, Heather McFadden* August 18, 2006; Broadway Terrific quality video, very sharp colors and details. Audio is out of sync starting at 'Angel of Music' but is fixed by the title song.
Absolutely Phantomless April 13, 1995; Australia "The Australian cast of Phantom of the Opera in their annual Easter Charity Concert. Each of Cameron Mackintosh’s Australian shows participates at midnight after their regular performances. These shows feature the cast members parodying songs and other shows, with a slight tilt towards their own productions. Pro-shot for video, these tapes were made for cast and crew only."
Chopper Opera Rob Guest, Danielle Everett, John Bowles April 4, 1996; Sydney, Australia "The Sydney casts of Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon feature in this Easter Charity concert. Features "adapted" music from both shows in addition to pop music and songs from other shows. Pro-shot for video but generation loss."
Tomasz Steciuk, Edyta Krzemien, Marcin Mrozinski, Anna Gigiel, Jan Bzdawka, Jakub Szydłowski, Wojciech Socha July 8, 2011; Wieliczka, Poland 5 MP4 files of a concert version of the Polish production. Includes most of the big numbers and limited sets and costumes.
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays December 10, 2013; Broadway Highlights, turnofthescorpion's master.
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays January 18, 2014; Broadway
Marcus Lovett, Sofia Escobar, Simon Thomas, Lara Martins, Duncan Smith (u/s), Gareth Snook, Cheryl McAvoy, Jeremy Secomb, Layla Harrison (u/s) March 6, 2013; London 6 minute WMV video, containing parts of 'Think of Me', 'Angel of Music', 'The Mirror', title song, 'Music of the Night', 'Stranger Than You Dreamt It', and 'All I Ask of You'. Blurry shot most of the time, but sometimes clears up, though is not zoomed in. Still, great to see video of Sofia Escobar.
Marcus Lovett, Anna O'Byrne, Simon Thomas April 22, 2013; London Two VOB clips only, 'Music of the Night' and 'All I Ask of You Reprise'. (Note: Image is cropped; it's much taller than it looks here.)
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays October 4, 2013; Broadway Turnofthescorpion's master. Starts from 'Wandering Child', mostly blindshot. MT2 file.
James Barbour, Ali Ewoldt, Jordan Donica July 15, 2016; Broadway Act 1 only, MP4 file, mostly blindshot.
Phantom Compilation 1 Original review: "San Francisco local news behind-the-scenes segment with Franc D'Ambrosio and Lisa Vroman; Mid-August 1999, All I Ask of You and Music of the Night on Today Show with Ted Keegan, Sarah Pfisterer, and Gary Mauer; 1993, Today Show Broadway 5th anniversary segment with Mark Jacoby, Karen Culliver, etc.; 1993, Michael Crawford interviewed and performing "Since You Stayed Here" on Regis & Kathie Lee and Good Morning America; E! Entertainment behind-the-scenes special of LA production hosted by Davis Gaines, with Dale Kristien, Michael Piontek, and Calvin Remsberg; 1989, CBC Behind the Mask behind-the-scenes documentary on Toronto production with Colm Wilkinson, Rebecca Caine, Byron Nease, Hal Prince, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cameron Mackintosh, etc."
Phantom Compilation 2 Behind-the-scenes special on the national tour in Buffalo with Ted Keegan and Rebecca Pitcher, mainly in black-and-white, as well as similar behind-the-scenes special in Seattle with similar content (in color) and interviews.
Rob Guest, Maree Johnson, Peter Cousens 1994; Sydney, Australia Midday Special that aired on TV; includes interviews and four proshot songs: 'Music of the Night', 'Prima Donna', 'All I Ask of You', and 'Masquerade'.
Laird Mackintosh (u/s), Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays January 22, 2014; Broadway Laird Mackintosh's second time as the Phantom on Broadway; includes 'All I Ask of You Reprise', 'Point of No Return', and 'Final Lair'. M2T file.
James Barbour, Kaley Ann Voorhees, Jeremy Hays March 2, 2015; Broadway A bunch of MP4 videos consisting of scattered, generally Christine-oriented highlights. This was uploaded to Instagram live at the performance, so all parts are 15 seconds long. Consists of parts of 'Think of Me', 'The Mirror', title song, 'Music of the Night', rooftop, 'Wishing', 'Point of No Return', and 'Final Lair'. Parts are well-shot (sometimes it looks like the person is right under the cast member!). 
Various Phantom of the Opera-Related Clips Clips all copied off of TV: Steve Barton & Sarah Brightman singing AIAOY live, Sarah Brightman and Steve Harley's concept POTO video, interviews with Michael Crawford during his Phantom run, 1988 Tony Award Presentation to Michael Crawford, Michael Crawford and Dale Kristien performing POTO, Michael Crawford AIAOY duet with Dale Kristien, Michael Crawford in concert performing MOTN, Davis Gaines and Tracy Shayne performing MOTN, German version of MOTN sang on a TV set, German version of POTO Video, PONR with Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford, Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman performance at the Tony Awards, Michael Crawford and Dale Kristien – Music of the Night, Sarah Brightman singing MOTN,footage of the OBC at the Majestic Theatre, Robert Guillaume and Dale Kristien – MOTN, Colm Wilkinson singing MOTN, Unidentified Raoul and Christine performing AIAOY, Michael Crawford video of MOTN, interview footage with Steve Barton.
Tim Martin Gleason, Trista Moldovan, Sean MacLaughlin* 2010; Cleveland Not my review: "This documentary aired on August 9, 2010. It includes interviews with the Advance Stage Manager, the Conductor, a Playhouse Square VP, Trista Moldovan and Tim Martin Gleason, and the Wardrobe Supervisor. Also includes footage clips from the current 2010 Phantom cast, filmed here in Cleveland."
Peter Karrie, Teresa DeZarn, Kip Wilbourne 1997; Vancouver, Canada Half hour segment from The Slate on BBC Wales about Peter Karrie's time in the Phantom Canadian production. Includes interviews and proshot clips with the cast at the time, but has some pretty heavy distortion and color bleeding.
Ian Jon Bourg, Alison Kelly, Janine Kitzen, Maike Switzer, Beatrix Reiterer 2000 and onwards; Hamburg, Stuttgart, and Essen, Germany Proshot videos of Ian Jon Bourg performing in-concert with various Christines. About 30 minutes long.
Ian Jon Bourg, Lori Zeglarski (?), Kyle Gonyea 2000 (?); Hamburg, Germany Act 2 only, includes part of the March 31, 1999 video with Jerzy Jeszke, Carla Nicholson, and Bjorn Olsson. Christine was labeled as Colby Thomas, but it looks like Lori Zeglarski. Date is also a guess.
Ian Jon Bourg, Janine Kitzen, Michael Shawn Lewis November 16, 2002; Stuttgart, Germany Monitor video of one of the first shows in Stuttgart, with audio fed in from the soundboard. Decent color and exposure; better than the other two monitor videos that came out of Stuttgart. Filming continues through intermission, so video features 30 minutes of curtains. LIMITED TRADE.
Ian Jon Bourg, Sandra Danyella September 4, 2005; Essen, Germany Promotional outdoor concert for the Essen production, includes 'Wishing', title song, and 'Music of the Night'.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cameron Mackintosh, Charles Hart, Gillian Lynne, Richard Stilgoe, Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman, etc. December 26, 2006; Various Locations Not exactly an online video of the show, but the 'Behind the Mask' special documentary, taken directly off the BBC 2 channel.
Some other POTO videos:
- Video: Steve Lucas, Kristin Holck, Carsten Lepper; March 2004; Stuttgart, Germany; monitor video - Video: Hugh Panaro, Susan Owen, Tim Martin Gleason; October 1, 2005; Broadway; Panaro's last matinee of his 2005 run - Video: Christian A. Muller, Anne Gorner, Niklaj A. Brucker; March 11, 2007; Essen, Germany; last performance, monitor video - Video: Osamu Takai, Shiho Ito, Yusuke Kitazawa; June 30, 2008; Osaka, Japan - Video: Nic Greenshields, Gina Beck, Simon Bailey; May 16, 2009; London; Phanasma's master - Video: Howard McGillin, Jennifer Hope Wills, Ryan Silverman; June 25, 2009; Broadway; Howard McGillin's last - Video: John Cudia, Marni Raab, Ryan Silverman; November 17, 2009; Broadway - Video: John Owen-Jones, Celinde Schoenmaker, Nadim Naaman; December 1, 2015; London; cityofemeraldtrading's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; May 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; P. Rose's master - Video: Fred Silveira, Giulia Nadruz, Henrique Moretzsohn; August 2019; Sao Paulo,Brazil; P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; December 14, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; evening, P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Giulia Nadruz, Fred Silveira; December 15, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; last matinee, P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; December 15, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; last performance, P. Rose's master
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2020.09.27 13:00 lenalikesboots A few of my POTO wants

Hi guys!!!
I'm close to completing my POTO video collection! However, for that to happen, I still need a few videos. Hit me up if you have any of these videos:
Phantom Follies Rob Guest, Marina Prior, Dale Burridge, Maree Johnson, Caroline Ferrie 1992; Australia "Australian cast puts on skits and spoofs for charity, runs for over two hours. Some of the skits/parodies: 'Beauty School Dropout,' 'The Three Raoul Amigos,' 'A Charade,' 'I'm Too Sexy,' a rock version of 'Il Muto,' and a rap/dance version of 'Think of Me'."
Brad Little, Elizabeth Southard, Tim Martin Gleason January 11, 2004; Orlando Matinee performance. Three DAT files. Small picture with a lot of washout and fuzziness. Looks like it was filmed by the same person who did the evening performance on the same date. Brad Little's last matinee performance in the national tour
Damian Aleksander, Paulina Janczak/Edyta Krzemien, Marcin Mrozinski/Piotr Domalewski 2008 (?); Warsaw, Poland Various clips, highlights, and trailers from the Polish production, mostly ripped off YouTube. Combination of MP4 and FLV file
Brad Little, Claire Lyon, Anthony Downing Late 2014/Early 2015; Hong Kong, China Poorly shot, very far away video. MP4 files. Lots of blackouts, often not focused on the stage in Act 1, but improves slightly in Act 2.
Dmitry Ermak, Tamara Kotova, Eugeny Zaycev 2015; Moscow, Russia MP4 files, highlights of Act 1 only: Hannibal, 'Think of Me', 'The Mirror', and the title song
Brad Little, Emilie Lynn/Kristi Holden, Anthony Downing 2015; World Tour A bunch of Instagram clips of various scenes and actors from the World Tour. To be gifted.
Hugh Panaro, Sandra Joseph, John Cudia, Jeff Keller, George Lee Andrews, Patricia Phillips, Marilyn Caskey, Larry Wayne Morbitt, Joelle Gates* August 9, 2003; Broadway Rather massive head blocks most of the bottom, but filmer does their best to shoot around it.
Howard McGillin, Rebecca Pitcher, Michael Shawn Lewis, Julie Schmidt (u/s), David Cryer, George Lee Andrews, Marilyn Caskey, Roland Rusinek, Heather McFadden* August 18, 2006; Broadway Terrific quality video, very sharp colors and details. Audio is out of sync starting at 'Angel of Music' but is fixed by the title song.
Absolutely Phantomless April 13, 1995; Australia "The Australian cast of Phantom of the Opera in their annual Easter Charity Concert. Each of Cameron Mackintosh’s Australian shows participates at midnight after their regular performances. These shows feature the cast members parodying songs and other shows, with a slight tilt towards their own productions. Pro-shot for video, these tapes were made for cast and crew only."
Chopper Opera Rob Guest, Danielle Everett, John Bowles April 4, 1996; Sydney, Australia "The Sydney casts of Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon feature in this Easter Charity concert. Features "adapted" music from both shows in addition to pop music and songs from other shows. Pro-shot for video but generation loss."
Tomasz Steciuk, Edyta Krzemien, Marcin Mrozinski, Anna Gigiel, Jan Bzdawka, Jakub Szydłowski, Wojciech Socha July 8, 2011; Wieliczka, Poland 5 MP4 files of a concert version of the Polish production. Includes most of the big numbers and limited sets and costumes.
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays December 10, 2013; Broadway Highlights, turnofthescorpion's master.
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays January 18, 2014; Broadway
Marcus Lovett, Sofia Escobar, Simon Thomas, Lara Martins, Duncan Smith (u/s), Gareth Snook, Cheryl McAvoy, Jeremy Secomb, Layla Harrison (u/s) March 6, 2013; London 6 minute WMV video, containing parts of 'Think of Me', 'Angel of Music', 'The Mirror', title song, 'Music of the Night', 'Stranger Than You Dreamt It', and 'All I Ask of You'. Blurry shot most of the time, but sometimes clears up, though is not zoomed in. Still, great to see video of Sofia Escobar.
Marcus Lovett, Anna O'Byrne, Simon Thomas April 22, 2013; London Two VOB clips only, 'Music of the Night' and 'All I Ask of You Reprise'. (Note: Image is cropped; it's much taller than it looks here.)
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays October 4, 2013; Broadway Turnofthescorpion's master. Starts from 'Wandering Child', mostly blindshot. MT2 file.
James Barbour, Ali Ewoldt, Jordan Donica July 15, 2016; Broadway Act 1 only, MP4 file, mostly blindshot.
Phantom Compilation 1 Original review: "San Francisco local news behind-the-scenes segment with Franc D'Ambrosio and Lisa Vroman; Mid-August 1999, All I Ask of You and Music of the Night on Today Show with Ted Keegan, Sarah Pfisterer, and Gary Mauer; 1993, Today Show Broadway 5th anniversary segment with Mark Jacoby, Karen Culliver, etc.; 1993, Michael Crawford interviewed and performing "Since You Stayed Here" on Regis & Kathie Lee and Good Morning America; E! Entertainment behind-the-scenes special of LA production hosted by Davis Gaines, with Dale Kristien, Michael Piontek, and Calvin Remsberg; 1989, CBC Behind the Mask behind-the-scenes documentary on Toronto production with Colm Wilkinson, Rebecca Caine, Byron Nease, Hal Prince, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cameron Mackintosh, etc."
Phantom Compilation 2 Behind-the-scenes special on the national tour in Buffalo with Ted Keegan and Rebecca Pitcher, mainly in black-and-white, as well as similar behind-the-scenes special in Seattle with similar content (in color) and interviews.
Rob Guest, Maree Johnson, Peter Cousens 1994; Sydney, Australia Midday Special that aired on TV; includes interviews and four proshot songs: 'Music of the Night', 'Prima Donna', 'All I Ask of You', and 'Masquerade'.
Laird Mackintosh (u/s), Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays January 22, 2014; Broadway Laird Mackintosh's second time as the Phantom on Broadway; includes 'All I Ask of You Reprise', 'Point of No Return', and 'Final Lair'. M2T file.
James Barbour, Kaley Ann Voorhees, Jeremy Hays March 2, 2015; Broadway A bunch of MP4 videos consisting of scattered, generally Christine-oriented highlights. This was uploaded to Instagram live at the performance, so all parts are 15 seconds long. Consists of parts of 'Think of Me', 'The Mirror', title song, 'Music of the Night', rooftop, 'Wishing', 'Point of No Return', and 'Final Lair'. Parts are well-shot (sometimes it looks like the person is right under the cast member!). 
Various Phantom of the Opera-Related Clips Clips all copied off of TV: Steve Barton & Sarah Brightman singing AIAOY live, Sarah Brightman and Steve Harley's concept POTO video, interviews with Michael Crawford during his Phantom run, 1988 Tony Award Presentation to Michael Crawford, Michael Crawford and Dale Kristien performing POTO, Michael Crawford AIAOY duet with Dale Kristien, Michael Crawford in concert performing MOTN, Davis Gaines and Tracy Shayne performing MOTN, German version of MOTN sang on a TV set, German version of POTO Video, PONR with Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford, Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman performance at the Tony Awards, Michael Crawford and Dale Kristien – Music of the Night, Sarah Brightman singing MOTN,footage of the OBC at the Majestic Theatre, Robert Guillaume and Dale Kristien – MOTN, Colm Wilkinson singing MOTN, Unidentified Raoul and Christine performing AIAOY, Michael Crawford video of MOTN, interview footage with Steve Barton.
Tim Martin Gleason, Trista Moldovan, Sean MacLaughlin* 2010; Cleveland Not my review: "This documentary aired on August 9, 2010. It includes interviews with the Advance Stage Manager, the Conductor, a Playhouse Square VP, Trista Moldovan and Tim Martin Gleason, and the Wardrobe Supervisor. Also includes footage clips from the current 2010 Phantom cast, filmed here in Cleveland."
Peter Karrie, Teresa DeZarn, Kip Wilbourne 1997; Vancouver, Canada Half hour segment from The Slate on BBC Wales about Peter Karrie's time in the Phantom Canadian production. Includes interviews and proshot clips with the cast at the time, but has some pretty heavy distortion and color bleeding.
Ian Jon Bourg, Alison Kelly, Janine Kitzen, Maike Switzer, Beatrix Reiterer 2000 and onwards; Hamburg, Stuttgart, and Essen, Germany Proshot videos of Ian Jon Bourg performing in-concert with various Christines. About 30 minutes long.
Ian Jon Bourg, Lori Zeglarski (?), Kyle Gonyea 2000 (?); Hamburg, Germany Act 2 only, includes part of the March 31, 1999 video with Jerzy Jeszke, Carla Nicholson, and Bjorn Olsson. Christine was labeled as Colby Thomas, but it looks like Lori Zeglarski. Date is also a guess.
Ian Jon Bourg, Janine Kitzen, Michael Shawn Lewis November 16, 2002; Stuttgart, Germany Monitor video of one of the first shows in Stuttgart, with audio fed in from the soundboard. Decent color and exposure; better than the other two monitor videos that came out of Stuttgart. Filming continues through intermission, so video features 30 minutes of curtains. LIMITED TRADE.
Ian Jon Bourg, Sandra Danyella September 4, 2005; Essen, Germany Promotional outdoor concert for the Essen production, includes 'Wishing', title song, and 'Music of the Night'.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cameron Mackintosh, Charles Hart, Gillian Lynne, Richard Stilgoe, Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman, etc. December 26, 2006; Various Locations Not exactly an online video of the show, but the 'Behind the Mask' special documentary, taken directly off the BBC 2 channel.
Some other POTO videos:
- Video: Steve Lucas, Kristin Holck, Carsten Lepper; March 2004; Stuttgart, Germany; monitor video - Video: Hugh Panaro, Susan Owen, Tim Martin Gleason; October 1, 2005; Broadway; Panaro's last matinee of his 2005 run - Video: Christian A. Muller, Anne Gorner, Niklaj A. Brucker; March 11, 2007; Essen, Germany; last performance, monitor video - Video: Osamu Takai, Shiho Ito, Yusuke Kitazawa; June 30, 2008; Osaka, Japan - Video: Nic Greenshields, Gina Beck, Simon Bailey; May 16, 2009; London; Phanasma's master - Video: Howard McGillin, Jennifer Hope Wills, Ryan Silverman; June 25, 2009; Broadway; Howard McGillin's last - Video: John Cudia, Marni Raab, Ryan Silverman; November 17, 2009; Broadway - Video: John Owen-Jones, Celinde Schoenmaker, Nadim Naaman; December 1, 2015; London; cityofemeraldtrading's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; May 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; P. Rose's master - Video: Fred Silveira, Giulia Nadruz, Henrique Moretzsohn; August 2019; Sao Paulo,Brazil; P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; December 14, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; evening, P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Giulia Nadruz, Fred Silveira; December 15, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; last matinee, P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; December 15, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; last performance, P. Rose's master
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2020.09.27 12:55 lenalikesboots A few POTO wants

Hi guys!!!
I'm close to completing my POTO video collection! However, for that to happen, I still need a few videos. Hit me up if you have any of these videos:
Phantom Follies Rob Guest, Marina Prior, Dale Burridge, Maree Johnson, Caroline Ferrie 1992; Australia "Australian cast puts on skits and spoofs for charity, runs for over two hours. Some of the skits/parodies: 'Beauty School Dropout,' 'The Three Raoul Amigos,' 'A Charade,' 'I'm Too Sexy,' a rock version of 'Il Muto,' and a rap/dance version of 'Think of Me'."
Brad Little, Elizabeth Southard, Tim Martin Gleason January 11, 2004; Orlando Matinee performance. Three DAT files. Small picture with a lot of washout and fuzziness. Looks like it was filmed by the same person who did the evening performance on the same date. Brad Little's last matinee performance in the national tour
Damian Aleksander, Paulina Janczak/Edyta Krzemien, Marcin Mrozinski/Piotr Domalewski 2008 (?); Warsaw, Poland Various clips, highlights, and trailers from the Polish production, mostly ripped off YouTube. Combination of MP4 and FLV file
Brad Little, Claire Lyon, Anthony Downing Late 2014/Early 2015; Hong Kong, China Poorly shot, very far away video. MP4 files. Lots of blackouts, often not focused on the stage in Act 1, but improves slightly in Act 2.
Dmitry Ermak, Tamara Kotova, Eugeny Zaycev 2015; Moscow, Russia MP4 files, highlights of Act 1 only: Hannibal, 'Think of Me', 'The Mirror', and the title song
Brad Little, Emilie Lynn/Kristi Holden, Anthony Downing 2015; World Tour A bunch of Instagram clips of various scenes and actors from the World Tour. To be gifted.
Hugh Panaro, Sandra Joseph, John Cudia, Jeff Keller, George Lee Andrews, Patricia Phillips, Marilyn Caskey, Larry Wayne Morbitt, Joelle Gates* August 9, 2003; Broadway Rather massive head blocks most of the bottom, but filmer does their best to shoot around it.
Howard McGillin, Rebecca Pitcher, Michael Shawn Lewis, Julie Schmidt (u/s), David Cryer, George Lee Andrews, Marilyn Caskey, Roland Rusinek, Heather McFadden* August 18, 2006; Broadway Terrific quality video, very sharp colors and details. Audio is out of sync starting at 'Angel of Music' but is fixed by the title song.
Absolutely Phantomless April 13, 1995; Australia "The Australian cast of Phantom of the Opera in their annual Easter Charity Concert. Each of Cameron Mackintosh’s Australian shows participates at midnight after their regular performances. These shows feature the cast members parodying songs and other shows, with a slight tilt towards their own productions. Pro-shot for video, these tapes were made for cast and crew only."
Chopper Opera Rob Guest, Danielle Everett, John Bowles April 4, 1996; Sydney, Australia "The Sydney casts of Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon feature in this Easter Charity concert. Features "adapted" music from both shows in addition to pop music and songs from other shows. Pro-shot for video but generation loss."
Tomasz Steciuk, Edyta Krzemien, Marcin Mrozinski, Anna Gigiel, Jan Bzdawka, Jakub Szydłowski, Wojciech Socha July 8, 2011; Wieliczka, Poland 5 MP4 files of a concert version of the Polish production. Includes most of the big numbers and limited sets and costumes.
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays December 10, 2013; Broadway Highlights, turnofthescorpion's master.
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays January 18, 2014; Broadway
Marcus Lovett, Sofia Escobar, Simon Thomas, Lara Martins, Duncan Smith (u/s), Gareth Snook, Cheryl McAvoy, Jeremy Secomb, Layla Harrison (u/s) March 6, 2013; London 6 minute WMV video, containing parts of 'Think of Me', 'Angel of Music', 'The Mirror', title song, 'Music of the Night', 'Stranger Than You Dreamt It', and 'All I Ask of You'. Blurry shot most of the time, but sometimes clears up, though is not zoomed in. Still, great to see video of Sofia Escobar.
Marcus Lovett, Anna O'Byrne, Simon Thomas April 22, 2013; London Two VOB clips only, 'Music of the Night' and 'All I Ask of You Reprise'. (Note: Image is cropped; it's much taller than it looks here.)
Hugh Panaro, Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays October 4, 2013; Broadway Turnofthescorpion's master. Starts from 'Wandering Child', mostly blindshot. MT2 file.
James Barbour, Ali Ewoldt, Jordan Donica July 15, 2016; Broadway Act 1 only, MP4 file, mostly blindshot.
Phantom Compilation 1 Original review: "San Francisco local news behind-the-scenes segment with Franc D'Ambrosio and Lisa Vroman; Mid-August 1999, All I Ask of You and Music of the Night on Today Show with Ted Keegan, Sarah Pfisterer, and Gary Mauer; 1993, Today Show Broadway 5th anniversary segment with Mark Jacoby, Karen Culliver, etc.; 1993, Michael Crawford interviewed and performing "Since You Stayed Here" on Regis & Kathie Lee and Good Morning America; E! Entertainment behind-the-scenes special of LA production hosted by Davis Gaines, with Dale Kristien, Michael Piontek, and Calvin Remsberg; 1989, CBC Behind the Mask behind-the-scenes documentary on Toronto production with Colm Wilkinson, Rebecca Caine, Byron Nease, Hal Prince, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cameron Mackintosh, etc."
Phantom Compilation 2 Behind-the-scenes special on the national tour in Buffalo with Ted Keegan and Rebecca Pitcher, mainly in black-and-white, as well as similar behind-the-scenes special in Seattle with similar content (in color) and interviews.
Rob Guest, Maree Johnson, Peter Cousens 1994; Sydney, Australia Midday Special that aired on TV; includes interviews and four proshot songs: 'Music of the Night', 'Prima Donna', 'All I Ask of You', and 'Masquerade'.
Laird Mackintosh (u/s), Mary Michael Patterson, Jeremy Hays January 22, 2014; Broadway Laird Mackintosh's second time as the Phantom on Broadway; includes 'All I Ask of You Reprise', 'Point of No Return', and 'Final Lair'. M2T file.
James Barbour, Kaley Ann Voorhees, Jeremy Hays March 2, 2015; Broadway A bunch of MP4 videos consisting of scattered, generally Christine-oriented highlights. This was uploaded to Instagram live at the performance, so all parts are 15 seconds long. Consists of parts of 'Think of Me', 'The Mirror', title song, 'Music of the Night', rooftop, 'Wishing', 'Point of No Return', and 'Final Lair'. Parts are well-shot (sometimes it looks like the person is right under the cast member!). 
Various Phantom of the Opera-Related Clips Clips all copied off of TV: Steve Barton & Sarah Brightman singing AIAOY live, Sarah Brightman and Steve Harley's concept POTO video, interviews with Michael Crawford during his Phantom run, 1988 Tony Award Presentation to Michael Crawford, Michael Crawford and Dale Kristien performing POTO, Michael Crawford AIAOY duet with Dale Kristien, Michael Crawford in concert performing MOTN, Davis Gaines and Tracy Shayne performing MOTN, German version of MOTN sang on a TV set, German version of POTO Video, PONR with Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford, Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman performance at the Tony Awards, Michael Crawford and Dale Kristien – Music of the Night, Sarah Brightman singing MOTN,footage of the OBC at the Majestic Theatre, Robert Guillaume and Dale Kristien – MOTN, Colm Wilkinson singing MOTN, Unidentified Raoul and Christine performing AIAOY, Michael Crawford video of MOTN, interview footage with Steve Barton.
Tim Martin Gleason, Trista Moldovan, Sean MacLaughlin* 2010; Cleveland Not my review: "This documentary aired on August 9, 2010. It includes interviews with the Advance Stage Manager, the Conductor, a Playhouse Square VP, Trista Moldovan and Tim Martin Gleason, and the Wardrobe Supervisor. Also includes footage clips from the current 2010 Phantom cast, filmed here in Cleveland."
Peter Karrie, Teresa DeZarn, Kip Wilbourne 1997; Vancouver, Canada Half hour segment from The Slate on BBC Wales about Peter Karrie's time in the Phantom Canadian production. Includes interviews and proshot clips with the cast at the time, but has some pretty heavy distortion and color bleeding.
Ian Jon Bourg, Alison Kelly, Janine Kitzen, Maike Switzer, Beatrix Reiterer 2000 and onwards; Hamburg, Stuttgart, and Essen, Germany Proshot videos of Ian Jon Bourg performing in-concert with various Christines. About 30 minutes long.
Ian Jon Bourg, Lori Zeglarski (?), Kyle Gonyea 2000 (?); Hamburg, Germany Act 2 only, includes part of the March 31, 1999 video with Jerzy Jeszke, Carla Nicholson, and Bjorn Olsson. Christine was labeled as Colby Thomas, but it looks like Lori Zeglarski. Date is also a guess.
Ian Jon Bourg, Janine Kitzen, Michael Shawn Lewis November 16, 2002; Stuttgart, Germany Monitor video of one of the first shows in Stuttgart, with audio fed in from the soundboard. Decent color and exposure; better than the other two monitor videos that came out of Stuttgart. Filming continues through intermission, so video features 30 minutes of curtains. LIMITED TRADE.
Ian Jon Bourg, Sandra Danyella September 4, 2005; Essen, Germany Promotional outdoor concert for the Essen production, includes 'Wishing', title song, and 'Music of the Night'.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cameron Mackintosh, Charles Hart, Gillian Lynne, Richard Stilgoe, Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman, etc. December 26, 2006; Various Locations Not exactly an online video of the show, but the 'Behind the Mask' special documentary, taken directly off the BBC 2 channel.
Some other POTO videos:
- Video: Steve Lucas, Kristin Holck, Carsten Lepper; March 2004; Stuttgart, Germany; monitor video - Video: Hugh Panaro, Susan Owen, Tim Martin Gleason; October 1, 2005; Broadway; Panaro's last matinee of his 2005 run - Video: Christian A. Muller, Anne Gorner, Niklaj A. Brucker; March 11, 2007; Essen, Germany; last performance, monitor video - Video: Osamu Takai, Shiho Ito, Yusuke Kitazawa; June 30, 2008; Osaka, Japan - Video: Nic Greenshields, Gina Beck, Simon Bailey; May 16, 2009; London; Phanasma's master - Video: Howard McGillin, Jennifer Hope Wills, Ryan Silverman; June 25, 2009; Broadway; Howard McGillin's last - Video: John Cudia, Marni Raab, Ryan Silverman; November 17, 2009; Broadway - Video: John Owen-Jones, Celinde Schoenmaker, Nadim Naaman; December 1, 2015; London; cityofemeraldtrading's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; May 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; P. Rose's master - Video: Fred Silveira, Giulia Nadruz, Henrique Moretzsohn; August 2019; Sao Paulo,Brazil; P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; December 14, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; evening, P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Giulia Nadruz, Fred Silveira; December 15, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; last matinee, P. Rose's master - Video: Thiago Arancam, Lina Mendes, Fred Silveira; December 15, 2019; Sao Paulo, Brazil; last performance, P. Rose's master
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2020.08.23 05:41 Mcheetah2 Million Dollars But the Marvel Cinematic Universe never happened and instead is replaced with a YA shared universe full of bad movies.

The MCU is replaced with a Twilight/Hunger Games/Maze RunneDivergent/50 Shades Of Grey/Percy Jackson/JumpeNext/I Am Number FouArtemis Fowl shared cinematic universe of 26 movies (to date) that all takes place in the same world and continuity, but at different points in time; some in the future, some in the present, and some in the past.
Most people hate the YACU and the constant publicity they get as they're shoved into people's faces with aggressive advertising and are generally terrible, but a small devoted rabid minority keeps them highly profitable. Most of the movies are unchanged from the reality we know them from. And Kristen Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence, and Dylan O'Brien headlines it all like RDJ, Chris Evans, and Chris Hemsworth did for the MCU.
There's no Kevin Feige (he's a Burger King shift manager), and Sony sold all the Marvel movie rights to some Mexican company, that never bothered to use them. They made a FOX X-Men trilogy (with Matthew Broderick as Wolverine), and a Fantastic Four trilogy (with Jon Cryer as Reed Richards), and three bad Hulk movies that were rebooted each time with a different actor (Eric Bana, Edward Norton, Timothy Olyphant). That's it.
Zack Synder's DC Extended Universe (DCEU) exists mostly the same as now, but Wonder Woman and Shazam! also sucked now too, and Joker never got made or greenlit. Also, Nic Cage is Superman and Brie Larson is Wonder Woman. The movies barely break even, but it just keeps limping along anyway.
Paramount still tried to do a Dark Universe same as now. It still never got off the ground, even with Tom Cruise.
And lastly, there is a Valiant Cinematic Universe (VCU), headlined by Faith (an obese superheroine), played by Rebel Wilson. It's as bad as it sounds. Plus, woke AF. Vin Diesel's Bloodshot remains unchanged, and is probably the best superhero movie in this universe.
This will all, indeed, have a major impact on cinema and movies as a whole, the likes of which is hard to tell. But an entire generation will grow up with out the Marvel movies to bring them joy and happiness in their lives. It'd kind of be like a world without Star Wars, for them. Do you dare strip away that kind of cinematic joy from their lives?
Do you take the deal?
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2020.03.27 09:41 OldmanRevived I saw two movies (And Then We Danced, Big Time Adolescence)

First up was And Then We Danced
Everything about classical ballet lends itself to excess. The art form is one of grand gesture, of the illusion of triumph over reality and even the force of gravity. Yet it demands from its performers years of rigorous perfectionism, the kind of physical and mental training that takes ascendancy over normal life. Merab (Levan Gelbakhiani), the focus of Levan Akin's "And Then We Danced," mirrors this conflict between the ideal and the reality. He conceals his humility and his warm heart behind perfect manners that shield him like suit of armor. He responds to clothing like the chameleon that changes shape and color out of sympathy with its surroundings. To be a dancer in the one of the most respected companies in Tbilisi is itself back-breaking, but then see how he rushes out to his second job, as a waiter in a beer-and-burger joint. And see the second-floor flat he lives in, where his family members endlessly scream and rage at one another.
Merab is one of many in a group of young ballet students at the National Georgian Ensemble. They work hard, but when they are not actually dancing, they are a lot like freshmen at any college; they survive romances, they party, they gossip, they despair and dream, and they smoke too much. Aleko (Kakha Gogidze) is the impresario who runs the ballet company, always demanding loyalty and obedience from his novices. Admission to the close ranks of his troupe is an arduous and demanding process, and we sense his dancers are as closely associated as the nuns or monks in a cloister. Their physical stage is seamlessly transformed into a surreal space, where Merab glides and flies, entering unreal landscapes. There's steel and rigidity in him, and that's how he dances, too. His partner, Mary (Ana Javakhishvili), is always in sync with him during practice. They see Georgian dance for what it really is: something done not out of love, but out of ambition or duty.
Being the son of divorced parents and the grandson of a strong-willed grandmother—all professional dancers in their time—Merab works tirelessly, aiming to live up to and even surpass an under-realized family legacy that never flourished the way it was supposed to. His objectives are thrown off balance when a new student named Irakli (Bachi Valishvili) arrives. He is everything Merab is not: bold, loose, confident. He fascinates Merab, not only as a rival but even as a role model. Irakli is, among other things, a clearly sexual being, and we suspect Merab may never have been on a date, let alone slept with a woman. For him, Irakli presents a professional challenge and a personal rebuke. He is able to accept a little more willingly that he is inescapably gay. When they cross paths, they take a sly delight in their conversational skill; they're attracted to each other not by pheromones but by pacing. In the first conversation they have, after meeting as dance partners, they fall naturally into verbal tennis: This is not merely dialogue, it is a double act in the process of discovering itself. The more we listen to Merab and Irakli talk, the more we doubt they meet many people who can keep up with them.
In frustration and need, the two men are forced to deny the only great passion either one will ever feel. The movie wisely never steps back to look at the larger picture, or deliver the "message." It is specifically the story of these men, this love. It stays in closeup. That's how Merab and Irakli see it. Both try to survive inside a macho, uncompromisingly patriarchal culture that seems to have no place for men like them. The main story supports of “And Then We Danced” are traditional: backstage rivalry, artistic jealousy, a great work of art mirrored in the lives of those performing it. The film's director, Levan Akin, drifts casually from those reliable guidelines into the mind of Merab, whose shortcomings are not signaled, and whose own perfectionism has all been focused on the art of dance. For as we know, dance is where all of the parallels of story and ballet, all of the confusion of reality and dream, come together in a grand exhilaration of towering passion.
Film is a wonderful way to look at dance, because it gets you closer and varies the point of view, but since the death of the Hollywood musical there hasn't been enough of it. "And Then We Danced" has moments of joy and moments of insight, and is about both human nature and the inhuman demands of ballet. Akin does not provide deeply drawn characters, memorable dialogue or an exciting climax. His traffic is in images. The camera tries to capture elusive moments as they happen. He uses overlapping dialogue, incomplete thoughts and unresolved actions, showing us life in development. His biggest assets are Gelbakhiani and Valishvili, who welcome themselves in by carrying two self-effacing performances; they aren't cut-out silhouettes, but figures in a landscape. The film is aware of its gentle simplicity, and so it doesn't try to shake us or delve into any world views that have already been discussed in our climate. It passes by similar to how life itself sometimes has a way of doing: with one swing, jump or twist at a time.

Next up was Big Time Adolescence
In a culture of ignorance, kids will typically have no compunction in exploiting others in harmful ways for their own gain or pleasure, and frequently achieve manipulation through wit and a façade of superficial charm. Zeke (Pete Davidson) is part of that culture; an aimless college dropout who has always lived in the shadows of everyone else. He displays arrogance, lacks remorse for his harmful actions, and has a callous attitude to those he has harmed. Irresponsibility is a core characteristic of Zeke's disorder: he can have significant difficulties in maintaining stable employment, often working dead-end jobs and wearing one of those uniforms designed to remove the last vestige of dignity from the working man. Lifestyles like this get old fast, and the people who live them are often leading themselves to be exploitative, unlawful, or parasitic.
Zeke is the ex-boyfriend of Kate (Emily Arlook). Her younger brother, Mo (Griffin Gluck), spent a majority of his childhood under the destructive guidance of Zeke, anticipating the age where he would be able to achieve such conquests, and maybe have an apprentice of his own. Mo has now reached that age, yet he still finds himself sitting there and being Zeke's one outlet for social interaction. For every other graduate, the party ended, and they moved on with their diligence. Zeke was the last to leave, or maybe wasn't even aware that everyone else had left; he doesn't have any interests or traits aside from basic human gratification. As the right hand, Mo learned basic social etiquette from Zeke, which means that he has the completely wrong idea about most things, but still keeps an open mind.
Their friendship is frowned upon by Mo's hunkering father Reuben (Jon Cryer), who creates a rare accomplishment for modern movies: a Stern Father that actually has a little bit of spark and originality rather than the usual bland ingredients. We share his fears and prejudices when it comes to the outlaws from conventional society. They reject the establishment values, but take them seriously enough to attach importance to putting them down. They use drugs and beat each other up, and cops hate them on sight. There is, however, an ounce of worth in Mo. He tries to follow the philosophies of Zeke, but fails to realize that he holds so many more opportunities for a better way of living.
"Big Time Adolescence" has a simple premise: Mo wants to become more popular in school, and takes suggestions from Zeke on how it can be done. For high schoolers, there's really only one way: Become the main drug dealer. Mo starts small, bluffing about being able to bring alcohol to party, but overnight, he is flooded with desperate kids who have way too much money to spend, possibly because they partake in similar endeavors. All at once, Mo begins to feel himself rising. Drifting past countless basement-dweller parties, he takes time out of business to start a nervous romance with Sophie (Oona Laurence), who tries to examine how his personality works with an interesting mixture of maternal care, genuine love, and absolute craziness
Mo has finally arrived where Zeke was at his age. On the reverse side, Zeke has completely robbed himself of his priorities. After a stern talking-to from Reuben, realizes that Mo's parents see him as their son's guardian, since he clearly has something they don't. He makes the sudden and irrational decision of quitting his job, and clings on to Mo as a way of shielding his inferiority. It's sort of sad to watch, actually; Zeke is so resigned to being a slacker that he has gotten rid of any individuality, and he has stopped being the guy that every one looks up to. Now, he's the one looking up to them.
“Big Time Adolescence” presents itself with basic elements, almost as if the movie were controlled by a single gene, but it's encompassing nonetheless. That's partially because of the rapport with Gluck and Davidson, and partially because of its truth on some aspects of American adolescence. The film was written and directed by Jason Orley, who takes the material for what it is and studies these characters without conforming to the frankly nostalgic, romantic, and sentimental material that always has to intervene. His film has all the sadness and shabbiness, all the mess and cruelty and thoughtless stupidity of the real thing. Its subject is often how children get into sex, drugs and violence when they are way too young, and how they don't set out looking for trouble, although it finds them.
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2020.02.17 03:00 Warlach [TV Discussion] Supergirl S05E12 - "Back from the Future (2)"

Supergirl s05e12 - Back from the Future (2)
Time/Date: 16 February, 9 PM ET
Network/Channel: CW
*Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) helps Winn (guest star Jeremy Jordan) face his greatest fear. After Alex (Chyler Leigh) sets out to find evidence against Lex (guest star Jon Cryer), Brainy (Jesse Rath) must decide between helping his friend or continuing to secretly work for Lex. *
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2020.02.12 15:00 MajorParadox This week in SUPER Comics and TV Discussion [Feb 12, 2020]

Welcome to The (Not So) Daily Planet!
Comment below with discussion on the releases this week or the question of the week. Try to reply to others instead of starting new threads on the same topic. Keep the conversations civil and have fun!

Question of the Week

How would you describe Superman in one sentence?

Comic Singles

Supergirl #39
After the Lasso of Truth reveals something unexpected about Supergirl’s infection, Wonder Woman is quickly running out of ways to try to bring Kara back peacefully. Making matters worse, the government has sent robotic military backup to Smallville to deal with the possible atomic threat of Infected Supergirl—and neither Wonder Woman nor Supergirl is prepared for the innocent casualties this could mean for the town.
Superman #20
The United Planets is a perfect, beautiful idea…that completely flies in the face of everything the barbaric Mongul has been fighting for his entire life. Mongol will destroy the United Planets and Superman with it. And he said something about using Earth as his toilet. Which doesn’t sound very nice. The return of one of Superman’s biggest and baddest villains…bigger and badder than ever!
Superman: Heroes #1
Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, the staff of the Daily Planet, even the Justice League—their lives all changed when Superman revealed his secret identity to the world! This unique Superman experience explores what the identity of Clark Kent meant to those close to him—and what their relationship to Superman will be in the future. All the rules are about to change—and it all starts here. The dream team of writers Brian Michael Bendis, Matt Fraction, Greg Rucka, and Jody Houser team up for this amazing special, with art anchored by DC legend Kevin Maguire, plus sequences focusing on each corner of the Superman universe by artists Steve Lieber (Superman’s Pal, Jimmy Olsen) and Mike Perkins (Lois Lane).

TV Show

Supergirl s05e12 - Back from the Future (2)
Time/Date: 16 February, 9 PM ET
Network/Channel: CW
Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) helps Winn (guest star Jeremy Jordan) face his greatest fear. After Alex (Chyler Leigh) sets out to find evidence against Lex (guest star Jon Cryer), Brainy (Jesse Rath) must decide between helping his friend or continuing to secretly work for Lex.
New to Comics? Recommended Previous Weeklies Discord
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2019.12.10 01:00 beary_good [TV Discussion] Batwoman S01E09 - "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two"

Batwoman S01E09 - Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two
Time/Date: Dec. 9, 8 PM ET
Network/Channel: The CW
The group uses Ray’s (guest star Brandon Routh) invention to track new recruits to help save the universe. The Monitor (guest star LaMonica Garrett) sends Iris (guest star Candice Patton), Clark (guest star Tyler Hoechlin) and Lois (guest star Elizabeth Tulloch) in search of a mysterious Kryptonian, while Kate (Ruby Rose) and Kara (guest star Melissa Benoist) head out to find Bruce Wayne (guest star Kevin Conroy). In addition, Mia (guest star Katherine McNamara) challenges Sara (guest star Caity Lotz), Rory (guest star Dominic Purcell) discovers a hidden talent, and Lex Luthor (guest star Jon Cryer) returns. Laura Belsey directed the episode written by Don Whitehead and Holly Henderson.
Previous Episode Discussions
TV Discussion Archives
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2019.02.23 12:28 s33dyrom Neue Filme und Serien 23.02.2019

Neue Filme

 

Neue Serien

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2012.06.09 11:33 tabledresser [Table] I AMA Joel Stein, Time magazine columnist and author of Man Made: A Stupid Quest For Masculinity

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Every time I read one of your columns, I think to myself "Wow, what a pompous dickhole." Do you intentionally write to assume this role? Or does your persona of arrogant fuckbag just leak into your writing? Thank you for asking! I was going to call my column "Pompous Dickhole" but Time said it was too long.
I knew it! I probably should have mentioned my fandom in the first post. If I didn't read every column, how would I have nailed your persona so effortlessly? I understand. I can't imagine how harsh the questions in a Don Rickles AMA would be.
When you wrote the article about advertising through social media, was there anything that shocked you? 2) I was shocked at how quickly - minutes - Michael Fertik of Reputation.com came back with my social security number after I gave him my name and email address. I was shocked at how wrong some of the info about me was.
How did you get into writing your humor articles? To what or whom do you attribute your type of humor? 3) A friend asked me to take over this humor column in high school which I did for two years - it was "You know you go to JPS When..." so it was very much in the Jeff Foxworth style of writing. Then, in college, I read this guy's humor column in the Stanford Daily and wanted to do what he did. So I got the nerve up to apply my sophomore year and did it for three years. Then, when I finally got a job at Time Out New York, I convinced them to let me do it once a month. I've pretty much been writing the same column since I was 19.
Joel, will you drive with me and my friends from London to Mongolia next summer? I promise it'll be super fun. I will not even read your endless blog posts about it.
How do you feel gender roles and their associated stereotypes are changing in the US? Do you feel that male sexual identity is also changing as a result? I answered this, and now it's gone. Did you realize I'm getting points for all the questions I answer? What do I do with all these points? Can I redeem them for a stuffed animal at the end? What I wrote originally to this question was how technology is making all of us softer, which is good in the case of men, since pure maleness is a scary, violent thing. But we have lost a lot of self-sufficiency, which is indeed a bad thing. So yes, as Adam Carolla says, in 50 years we will all be chicks.
How did you prepare for your part in your new movie, "Rampart"? I hung out a lot with the LAPD. Also, lat work. People overlook their lats.
My girlfriend had to change my tire once in the dead of winter because I had no idea what I was doing. I sat in the car trying to get AAA on the phone. What was your most un-manly moment? I stood outside of our kitchen with the doors closed as my wife went in and set a glue grap for a mouse; and then retrieved the glue trap and dunked it in the toilet. This happened more than once.
What is the best hate mail you have ever received? This is up there. It's hard to beat a furious new-age masseuse. Link to www.mandatory.com
Why do you have a yahoo email account? Or is that just a fake email and I'm dumb? It's for people I don't know. Isn't that what all yahoo email accounts are for?
Wait, what's a email account I should be using for important people? The one your work gives you. Or at least gmail.
Jesus, you're answering all the questions. Do you do this for a living? I should stop, right? I'm exhausted.
Do you mention the length of your penis in your new book? (i.e. Is it worth buying?) I mention the length of my fetal son's penis and compare mine to it. So, yes!
That's a pre-emptive declaration... So Joel did you actually win? I am kicking my three-year-old's ass, penis-size wise. Which is impressive since the OBGYN wrote "Wow" under his sonogram photo.
Though I'm pretty sure you're going to ask me dumb sex questions instead. Are you going to be writing an article about how Reddit is the cesspool of the internet? Seriously though, that seemed a bit condescending. We're not all 13 year olds here. To my question - how many wipes does it take for you to get clean on the toilet? Well played sir. Embarrassing confession: I've never counted. Like, I have no idea. Which probably means a high number, right? What's a normal number? Why does no one talk about this?
Relevant response - perhaps it's time for an article on how not-un-manly it is to use a hand-held bidet to save on toilet paper. Plus, it's cheap, easy to install, and super-refreshing in the summer time. We own an actual bidet. Really. We were building a new bathroom and about to put a urinal in when someone talked us out of it since it would hurt home resale. So we got a bidet. I feel emasculated about it.
What was the process you went through that led to you writing for Time? Did you apply/send materials, or were you contacted, or did you work your way up from within? In college, the editor of Time, Henry Muller, wrote our school paper a letter saying he liked something I wrote. I wrote him back. That didn't help at all. I had a friend from college, Romesh Ratnesar, interning there so he brought me in to meet an editor, Bruce Handy, who had also gone to Stanford. That didn't help at all. What happened was, years later, an editor at Time who was in his early 30s, Josh Ramo, read some stuff I wrote in Time Out New York, where I was working, and gave me my first freelance assignment for a quarterly he was editing called Time Digital. I did four of those over a year's time and then the editor of Time, Walter Isaacson, asked to meet me and offered me a job. So I wasn't that proactive; it kind of happened to me. I just put myself in some places where I might be able to have some opportunities. Short answer: total luck.
I feel like you talk about your son a fair bit. Is he going to be wildly embarrassed when he gets older? What will your excuse be? I worry about that. I've justified it by saying that no one is really embarrassed about stories or even photos from when they were a baby. But I'm not sure. My excuse will be that they were my stories more than his. They were about fatherhood, not about his particular moments. But I know I'll be lying. I intend to lie a lot to my child. And to pay for his college with the money.
In the impending zombie apocalypse, what would your survival strategy be? I'm going to write a glowing, pro-zombie column. That should buy me some time.
Also: is time magazine worth reading? I usually just look at the cover and keep walking. Where are you walking? You sound busy and important. You should have your assistant read it to you while you're in the bathroom.
How much do you get paid for the VH1 commentary? Ball-park is fine. How frequently do you write a column, then trash it because you realize people really have no sense of humor? Why did you go with a traditional publisher instead of self-publishing? Good luck and hope you have fun here. 1) I haven't done one in years. I got paid nothing and decided to write a column for the LA Times where I unionized all the other VH1 commentators to ask to get paid. Then they all told me they got $500 an appearance. So I called VH1 to ask why that was and they said, "You never asked to get paid." So I started getting $500. I still do E! ones occasionally and that's up to about $1,000.
2) Never. I write a column and trash them, often, because they suck. 3) For the money. And the help with distribution and publicity. But, really, just for the money.
You are the reason I joined my university's humor magazine. When I first read your pieces years ago it was like a revelation "Writing can be funny!?" So thank you for that. Also how was it being part of Flo Rida's entourage? That is so amazing to hear. Though it would be more amazing if I were a cancer researcher. I don't know why I'm so happy about getting someone to become a college humor magazine writer. But I am. And Flo Rida is one of the most thoughtful, gentlemanly people I've ever met after, oddly, Johnny Knoxville. Flo gave me money to make it rain.
What scares you the most? People who hate freedom.
I would just like to say that whenever I pick up a Time magazine, I always flip to your column first. They're always well written, and very entertaining. Also, what is the most exciting thing you have done as a columnist? I've gotten to do so many cool things, I'm lucky that I can't think of just one. I never wrote about sitting in the penalty box for a preseason hockey game, but that was pretty cool. Doing three days of boot camp and firing a tank at Fort Knox may be the most exciting thing I've ever done, but that was for my book, not a column.
If you had to pick one dinosaur to be your companion animal, which would you choose? When I was a kid I would have said triceratops. Now I'd say, whatever Dino was on the Flintstones. That's called growing up.
If you had to fight a dinosaur to the death in a Dinosaur Death Match using only primitive weapons and not allowed to set traps, what's the biggest dinosaur you think you win against? You don't have to name a specific dinosaur, just give us a size reference. Are their spider-sized dinosaurs?
No, but a Microceratops was only a foot and a half tall and weighed 4-5 pounds... You wanna fight that? I'll have my dinosaur wranglers wrangle one of those up for you. EDIT: *there man, *there... I'm not a Grammar Nazi, but you're a writer for fuck's sake. Wow. That's embarrassing. Can I go back up they're and fix that? And I think an 18-inch reptile would scare the hell out of me.
I'm surprised no one has asked this yet: What do you read (either in literature or journalism)? What would you recommend to people to read before they die? Who are these people who are about to die? We should do something more for them than give them books. Everyone likes different stuff. I found reading Ulysses to be really gratifying. But I like Woolf, Faulkner, Infinite Jest - all that fireworky modernist stuff.
If you had a time traveling machine (a TARDIS, if you're a Doctor Who sort of person), where and when would you go? Why? The future! Who are the idiots who go to the past? We know about the past. Plus, the past smells bad.
Did you always want to be a journalist? If no, what did you want to pursue in life before? Until I was in 5th grade, I wanted to be an actor, which was weird because I was really shy. I just liked theater a lot. Then I found out actors didn't get to decide what they said, so I thought about becoming a writer. I chose journalism mostly because that was the experience available to me in high school and college, at the school newspapers. I didn't really appreciate the reporting part until I was staffed on a sitcom and stuck in a writer's room all day and realized all my great life experiences that were work related came from reporting.
What tips would you have for someone looking to enter the industry? How does journalism weigh up against being a columnist? As an outspoken polemicist yourself, do you ever feel that you have to censor your own opinion for a newspaper like the Times? How often do you write about what you want to write about, compared with what your boss tells you to write about? I wish my boss had more ideas for columns. I have to self generate 97% of those. I don't feel like I have to censor myself; if they want to edit me, they can. After all, it's their magazine; they're just paying me to work for it. If I want to write unedited and be an artist, I can do that online, for free. I don't know what "How does journalism weigh up against being a columnist?" means.
OMGAD! I'm such a big fan! I love reading The Awesome Column. But anyway, my question is: As a female fan, what can I get out of your new book? I would love to buy it, but I'm a 23 y/o girl... This book is made for 23 year old girls? Do you like Justin Bieber? It's all about Justin Bieber! Or those English boys in that band? It's about them too! I have no idea what 23 year old girls like. I know they didn't like me when I was 23.
Sorry to hear that dude. Your column was great, I assumed you were the one that left them. Now I'm sorry I didn't let you keep believing in my invincibility. Yeah, I've had my column canceled by EW, the LA Times and Time (though they keep bringing it back.)
Where would you be in life if you had never cut off your mullet? I like to think I'd be in the same place, only alone and masturbating even more than I am already.
To be honest, I don't know anything about you, Joel. So I looked you up on Wikipedia and saw that you are from Edison and went to JP Stevens. Well shit, I'm from Metuchen, and I have friends that went to JP Stevens. Also, interestingly, David Copperfield just did an AMA the other day and he's from Metuchen too. So I guess my question is, why do you think this obscure area in central Jersey such a hot bed for people who do celebrity reddit AMAs? Do I get to be the next successful/famous person from this area? If so, any tips for me? You could say it's Jersey ambition, but it's just that we come from the most densely populated section of the country.
Hey Joel, big fan for a long time and actually met you at a school event before. Your writing style is pretty unique I'd say, especially how you will describe what people say instead of just putting it in quotes. Have you always written this way or was it influenced by someone? The very first column I wrote for the Stanford Daily was a total Dave Barry ripoff. I think reading Spy influenced me a lot. And reading Catcher in the Rye and seeing how powerful first person is. And David Letterman breaking the fourth wall. Then I just learned how to write like I talk, only far more obnoxiously. So how I'd like to talk.
Ouch, I forgot you went to Stanford - I work at the Daily Cal. Any chance you still have that original first column? I think so. But I'd have to scan it. The Daily Cal is a great paper. And an even better Ink Bowl team.
If it were up to you, how would you save the newspaper industry? I have no idea. I don't think anyone does. I think a few big newspapers will survive and be really strong. But what happens to local investigative pieces? I have no idea.
of all, thank you for making TIME magazine something I look forward to receiving in the mail every week. Your columns are hilarious, and I only wish I had 1/4 as much wit and humor as you do. You are one of the few who voted for Laszlo. If he winds up hating his name when he grows up I can tell him to blame Syphilis McGee.
Anyway, my question: What made you realize writing and journalism was the correct path for you? As a writer, I love seeing how other people have gone down this path. Also, I saw on Bill Maher a couple of weeks ago, and I have to know. Do you still have your glass animal collection? My dad mailed me part of my glass animal collection, which my wife put in my office shelf. One broke when my wife was moving something, and I became oddly upset and angry until I caught myself. Those unicorn horns are delicate.
P.S. When you had the contest to vote for your son's name, I totally voted for Laszlo. I like to think I played an active role in naming him. You're welcome. I really just liked writing for my high school and college papers and thought writing for a living would be fun. Back then, journalism seemed like the most conservative form of that - the most like a desk job with insurance and a steady paycheck.
I. What's the biggest mistake you've made in your career? II. What's the best decision you've made in your career? I. I probably waited too long to write a book. II. Whenever my column got canceled, I used the self-hatred to try something new (pitch a sitcom, host a pilot, write for new magazines).
A year or two ago I remember TIME printed an apology over an article you had written for "The Awesome Column." Are there any articles you sincerely regret writing? Yes, several. Usually not because of the topic or what I meant to say, but in how I said it. Apologies, though, never do any good.
Do you find it difficult writing pieces for so many different magazines with so many different styles? I find it fun, actually. It feels like a break from a certain type of math I have to do in my head for my column. And from first person. Plus, I get to write about different subjects for different magazines, so I get to learn a lot of stuff. Writing in different voices is just like when you use different voices to talk to different people (your grandmother vs. your college roommate, for instance).
How awesome is it to be married to you? You always talk about your lovely wife, Cassandra, but she never gets to say how great you are. She never gets to say it to me, either. And I keep reminding her.
Oh man! I just started reading your book! I wanted it after hearing you on Adam Carolla's podcast! My mom asked what I wanted for my birthday and she bought Man Made and preordered Not Taco Bell Material. I'm only like 10 pages in so far. Question: is Alison Rosen hotter in person? You wasted birthday presents on books? Now I feel bad. Alison Rosen is exactly as hot in person. My wife and I play a game called better, worse, same when we see famous people in real life. Very few are the same. But she is one.
Can I still be manly if I can't manage to grow chest hair or respectable facial hair? You can't be manly in 1970. But I'm pretty sure you're fine in 2012.
You're turning 42 this year, during the previous 41, what was the most embarrassing moment in your career? This is Reddit, where's the poop Joel? Tell me about this poop? I'm new to Reddit. What kind of poop are you all looking for? I want to give you the poop you deserve. And I'm only turning 41 in July. Don't rush me. Poop. There are too many embarrassing moments for me to even recollect right now. But I think asking Jamie Lee Curtis a question she did not like was up there.
What kind of car do you drive? I'm going to guess either a Prius or a Volvo. My wife has a Prius, so I sometimes drive it. But usually my yellow convertible Mini Cooper with racing stripes.
I'm Indian and grew up 20 miles from Edison/Iselin NJ. When your Time magazine column came out making fun of growing up in the area and poking fun of Indian stereotypes I though it was hilarious. There was a bit of a backlash from the Indian community and most notably (at least to me) Kal Penn publicly responded to your column. Have you guys ever met or crossed paths and were there any other notable repercussions to your column ? We met shortly thereafter; I went to the set of Harold and Kumar's Christmas movie for a Cinemax intersticial. He's a great guy and really fun to talk to. We didn't talk about the Indian column until the end of the day, since other people were around us most of the time, and agreed to have drinks in LA, where he was moving to. He still texts me about getting that drink but it's been a while and it hasn't happened.
Could you mention reddit in your column? :D As my editor likes to say about my column ideas, what's the third paragraph of that column? But just to mention it (compared to writing a column about Reddit)? Sure.
Joel Stein knows I exist!Joel Stein knows I exist! And if you do mention it, I can be all like "yeah it was totally me who got him to mention reddit in his column" nbd. All I know is that Pablo doesn't exist. You, I know nothing about.
What was your high school life like? Sorry, if you were a loner. I had a mullet and wore my dad's long army trench coat. So I was sporting a very Dylan Klebold look. But I had lots of nerd friends and we were even invited to the cool parties, where we stood in the corner and made jokes about everyone else that made us feel superior instead of insecure.
Joel, I'm a big fan of your column in TIME - as many other redditors are, apparently - keep up the good great work. What processes do you go through when you write a column? Do you just hammer it out and then make a few edits (not that it'd be necessary with your flawlessness) or do you strategically and meticulously plan it out? Do you worry that when your son is older, he'll feel like he'll be living in your shadow what with people stopping him in the street and asking "Oh my god! Are you Joel Stein's son?" I remember in one of your 2011 (I think) columns on the DNA mapping of your child, your wife was quoted saying something like "If he has Asperger's, it's your fault". Do you have Asperger's Syndrome, and if so - how has it affected your life? 1) It's different every time. It's particularly different if I've done a bunch of reporting (gone somewhere; done something) versus a thumbsucker (just me talking out of my ass.) But as far as the writing: I don't outline a piece as short as a column. I write a bunch of ledes and then choose one and go from there. Sometimes the rejected ledes become part of the column farther down. 2) No. By the time my son is old enough to know anything, I won't be even this famous anymore. 3) I don't have Asperger's, but I am Jewish and I have family that's on the spectrum. I'm definitely more Vulcan than my wife, that's for sure.
Hey Joel I think you're pretty rad and just wanted to let you know that! Also, how was meeting Kevin Smith? Sadly, the article about you and him watching Jersey Shore is the only one I can remember right now... That guy is awesome. We were on his bed, facing the wrong way, with his face inches from his TV, which is how he watches it. And had food delivered. I think this is how much of his life goes.
I know this is like another reply but I just wanted to say that Time is a steaming pile of shit and you're the single golden corn kernel that makes it worthwhile at all. That is a beautiful analogy. You should write for Time.
How did you get started as a writer and what are some of your tips for a student journalist? It's so different now. I got started 20 years ago. And your first break is so random you couldn't recreate it even after it happened. I know that's not useful, but it's true. Living in NY and working at magazines and getting to know magazine writers was a huge help. Those are the people who told me about opportunities. But back then I couldn't just write online and hope it was good enough for someone to notice.
Probably too late, I wasn't watching the time. But I just want to say, I loved it when you wrote a column for the LA Times. Every Friday, wasn't it? So edgy, controversial. People with NO sense of humor complained. Is that why you stopped? Did they politely ask you not to write for them any longer, or did you make the choice? It was somewhat polite, I guess. It was not my choice, that much is for sure. But I'm back to writing that same column every week for Time, which pays much better, so I guess I would have had to leave the LA Times to do this again anyway. Still, it sucked. And yeah, even compared to Time, the LA Times is one serious place.
Any stories about editors thinking your articles are too inappropriate? Or do you just sort of have free pass? A few times back when Walter Isaacson was editing Time he was fine with my column but the editor of Time Inc, Norm Pearlstine yanked it on a Saturday morning (back when Time came out on Mondays). One was about trying pot for my first time. One was about driving a hooker home from a bachelor's party in Atlantic City. But in general I don't have a free pass at all. I run my ideas by my editors and then the column gets edited by several people.
Hey Joel, huge fan of your column. Question: What's it like writing a column like yours (very funny, somewhat not serious) in Time Magazine, which most consider a very serious, no nonsense type of magazine? Having my column in Time is great for me. If it were in Rolling Stone - or the Onion AV section or McSweenys - it wouldn't be at all shocking or surprising or interesting. Inside the magazine, it was a tough sell. The editor, Walter Isaacson wanted it, but a lot of other writers and editor rightfully resented losing pages of their Bosnia stories so I could talk about my penis.
How does your wife feel about being mentioned in all of your columns? She likes people to know I'm married.
Did you write your book to inspire those that aren't as manly of men as possible to become more manly? What are your thoughts on men being "metrosexual" or whatever it is to mean more effeminate, but straight. I think it's fine to be metrosexual but I found that there was a lot to be gained by being more self-sufficient and confident in stereotypically male ways. I was surprised by that.
Do you ever think you could be your generation's Jay Leno or David Letterman? When you're old and gray, of course. Would you want your own show? I was such a huge Letterman fan that I totally wanted that. And of course it would be fun. But I really like writing and I'm not a great performer. And talking to the camera scares me. So, no. When I'm old and gray I'd like to teach at a college. I'm already pretty old. And a little gray. I need to get moving on this college thing.
I just woke up and misread this as an AMA from Josef Stalin, so I will treat it as such. 1) Why the focus on heavy industry? 2) Would you ever consider further extending the limited capitalism effected by the NEP? 3) For what reasons do you consider Ukrainian (amongst other) claims to sovereignty to be false? 1) Heavy industry is the key to a vibrant Soviet state! 2) NO! That way lies the enslavement of the proletariat! 3) We are all one brotherhood!
Did you get to meet the breastfeeding lady that was on the cover not so long ago? No! And I think she lives out here.
What was your favourite Awesome Column? They are all so awesome I cannot chose. Also, I forget them immediately after writing them. More importantly, which is your favorite? I like to hear about my awesomeness from others.
You are Joel Stein as in THE "HEY JOEL" ?? Honestly man, I fucking loved that show. Really??? It was a really, really disappointing experience to work on; so much different than what I pitched, and the pilot we made, which involved actual interviews with actual celebrities. Where would you have seen it?
Do you have a favorite blog or weekly column? What is it? David Brooks.
Hey Joel. My dad and I are both huge fans of the Awesome Column. It's the first thing we read when Time comes in the mail. Anyways, will you ever beat up any of your son's friends' parents to prove how awesome your son is? I hadn't thought of it, but great idea! And, because I live in Hollywood, it is actually doable.
Joel Stein! Awesome. I once had a subscription, now I read your column in the public library. Your humor has given me the "milk-outta-nose," experiences. I have to ask, how awesome is your wife? You guys must have the best or worst rapport. If you could choose your own name (first and last) what would it have been? Last, are you really a humor columnist or someone who understands the value of humor in regards to communication? Cheers! She is very awesome. We do have a really good rapport. I would be named Zed Manley. You should not drink so much milk.
How do you decide which topics to write about? And do the people you always interview in your articles take you seriously? I panic every week. But I also keep a list of ideas. And some things I work on in advance and can run anytime. But mostly panic. I ask people to answer me seriously, but I also tell them it's a humor column. So they're warned.
I know a while back you received criticism from your article about your hometown, and it's ethnic population. How did Times magazine react to that? They were really supportive and helpful, actually. All the way to the top of the masthead with John Huey, the editor of Time Inc.
I love your column, thank you for making jews look worse than we already do, but doing it in style. My question for you, if you chose to accept it, is what is one place in the world you would most want to visit? and what is one place in the world you would uproot your family to and live in, to start over? I really want to go to Japan. But there are lots of places I'd love to go. We've talked about moving to Europe (I say France; Cassandra says Spain or Italy). I think that would be a pretty cool adventure.
I'm sorry to say but that VH1 show "Hey Joel" about you was pretty awful beside the theme song. Maybe it is because I am not a huge fan of Jon Cryer. Did you have much input into that show? I love Jon Cryer. I don't think he was the problem. I think the writing was the problem. They brought in two writers over me who changed the idea of the show. I would have made a show that was probably worse but a lot more interesting, I think. It was a pretty horrible work experience. How would you have ever seen it? It didn't air anywhere but late night in Canada and South America on some obscure channel.
Cage match between you, Fareed Zakaria and Joe Klein. Who wins? Fareed, for sure.
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2012.04.26 14:18 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I am Molly Ringwald. AMA

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How did you manage to get hotter with age? I drink the blood of Kristen Stewart.
Hi Molly! First off, I must apologize. You see, I am the person who submitted the AMA request both on [Reddit] (Link to www.reddit.com and on [Twitter] (Link to twitter.com. I feel responsible for the # of questions you're about to endure from all. With that said, my original 5 questions! 1) You have been in so many classics. Which is your favorite? Which was the most fun to be in? 2) Do you still keep in touch with any of your co-stars from the Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, etc? If so, who? 3) Most insane fan encounter, both when you were a huge star in the 80s and now as folks run into their teen crush? 4) Can you tell us where you stumbled across the fountain of youth being that you look as if you have not aged a day? 5) How did you discover Reddit? You earned it. Here you go: *1) Breakfast Club was my favorite. Sixteen Candles was the most fun. *2) I see them all from time to time but not every day. Weirdly, I was having dinner with Bret Easton Ellis who I hadn't seen in a decade. We were seated at the Chef's table when we saw James Spader touring the kitchen. I think it was surreal for everyone involved, like a wormhole from the eighties opened up. *3) When I was sixteen a fan tried to give me his brand new car. I was psyched but my mom wouldn't let me take it. At a book signing last year, a woman literally handed me her baby. Yeah. *4) That's very sweet. I have good genes. (Thanks, mom!) *5) My friend and current typist Dan. He is now regretting it.
So did Bret manage to finally get that reservation at Dorsia? It was tough because he was so busy returning video tapes.
"John Hughes almost fired Judd Nelson because of his negative attitude towards Molly Ringwald off camera. Paul Gleason convinced Hughes that Nelson was a great actor and was merely trying to stay in character." Is this true? What kind of behavior was going on? How has this impacted the making of the movie? This is true. I think Judd was doing the method actor thing during rehearsals. He was wearing Bender's clothes and trying to annoy me. I was fine but John Hughes was very protective of me. We ended up having a powwow, led by Ally. I remember her telling me, "We have to get him focused. Like a laser!" I think a bunch of us including myself called John and asked him to reconsider. I am thankful he did.
Have you ever seen the family guy episode that references you? If so what did you think. They asked me to do the voice. I was going to do it but it was a scheduling thing. I'm a big Seth MacFarlane fan! I can't wait for the new cosmos he is doing with Neil De Grasse Tyson.
Who is your favorite Mad Men character? Peggy Olson. She's who I would have been had I chosen that career path and had a time machine. I am most interested to see how her character evolves. Shout Out: John Slattery is so incredibly consistently funny and a phenomenal director. His episodes have a great snap to them.
What are your thoughts on current teen stars who have twitter and facebook as outlets? How will they ever have privacy? Teen stars in the 80's had mail fan clubs but these kids are tied to the fans minute by minute. How will they get over that? I think that it's up to the individual in terms of how much of themselves they want to keep private. My family was very protective and I am glad they were. It kept me from crashing and burning.
Do you remember Max Showalter? He lived in my small town and as a kid I always thought he was the coolest dude because he got to tell you a knock knock joke. He was a rad old man. He was great. All of the grandparents in Sixteen Candles were perfectly cast.
Has your husband ever worn a sweater vest like Jake Ryan and wooed you? Panio and I recently had to go to an eighties party for my daughter's school. He went as Jake Ryan. It was good and creepy how much he actually looked like him.
Have you ever been told on the street why someone would want to steal a screw? That's never happened. I get lines a lot, it's usually "What's happening, hot stuff?" General public: feel free to restrain yourselves.
Do you and Jon Cryer hang out at all? - Your rendition of "Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love" for the Secret Life is interesting in that it sounds a little sarcastic. Was that your intention? Also, did you pick which song would be the Secret Life theme? - What is it like working with Steve Schirripa? - How has your work as a teen star in the 80s affected your role on Television today? Last time I saw Jon was at a photoshoot we did for Entertainment Weekly. He was great as always. I didn't pick the song but it was fun to sing. I wasn't singing it sarcastically. The creator Brenda Hampton thought it would be fun.
I'm not whipped, a bunch of my college buddies used to watch it every week and we got hooked. Is there an equivalent of Bronies for male fans of Secret Life? I love My Little Pony! Do you play the Secret Life drinking game? You have to take a shot every time you hear the word "sex." Someone was telling me about it the other day.
What's your favorite movie of all time? My favorite movie? Hard to pick just one. Nights of Cabiria is at the top. It's the movie that I showed my husband during our courtship. (He showed me Drunken Master 2.) I was already making movies by then and I can't say I felt very motivated. All I could think about was being on set. It's one of the reasons I won't let my daughter act professionally until she's older, should she want to choose that path.
How did you get your start in acting, and when? What started your interest in it? Also, I'm here to answer all of your questions about Rampart. ONE OF US. Originally I considered myself a singer. I used to sing with my father's jazz band and then when I was ten years old a musician friend of his suggested that I try out for the first west coast production of Annie. I auditioned and I got a part in the chorus. It was my first professional job. Before that, I had been doing a lot of community theater as an extra curricular activity. After Annie I auditioned for a show that would become The Facts of Life, got an agent and landed my first movie at age 13. When I was 15 I met John Hughes and the rest is history.
There are plenty actress/singers nowadays, would you ever think or have you ever thought about doing something like that? I have a jazz album coming out next spring.
Woah there's a bullet actually lodged in the bar? What's the story behind that? Huge fan by the way Molly, watched Sixteen Candles so much my sophmore year of high school. Thanks. Not sure about the story, but I think it happened some time during the Gold Rush era. If you hear the story please let me know!
More info on the Jazz plz. Title of album? Did you record it with someone well known? or is self produced/with a band you know well? Etc. I'm in negotiations with a label right now. I would love to tell you who it is. If I was doing this AMA next week I probably could. The musicians are amazing. I sing on Peter Smith's album. (He is my pianist and music director.) You can get his album "Here It Comes" on iTunes and I sing a couple tracks on it. Shout out to the musicians: Clayton Cameron on drums, Trevor Ware on Bass, Allen Mazquida on Sax.
I read recently that you once said the following: "I think I was blessed to be given the opportunity to be in those [Brat Pack] movies. I think they're great movies, and I'm proud of my work in them. But on the other hand, to talk about something I did so long ago when I have continued to work and do other things is a little tiring. I just get bored. I keep going back to those movies when I don't have anything new to say about them." Assuming that much of what you'll be asked here will be some of the same questions you've heard countless times before, why did you agree to do this Ask Me Anything? I have been lurking reddit for a while and I honestly find the community more interesting than other social media sites. Since there seemed to be an interest I thought it would be something I'd like to do.
Hey, is it true you were offered to be the "Pretty Woman" but declined so Julia Roberts took the part? I think I saw an early draft and it was called "$3,000". I don't specifically remember turning it down. The script was okay but I gotta say, Julia Roberts is what makes that movie. It was her part. Every actor hopes for a part that lets them shine like that.
Hi. Would you rather be attacked by 15 kitten sized gorillas or one gorilla sized kitten? Excellent question. Do they have proportional strength because gorillas pack a mean punch, even in kitten size.
Reference. First of all, I am Team James Spader. Regarding lipstick, it's all movie magic. There is a story behind that: John Hughes wrote it but never actually thought about me having to do it. He kept putting it off until the end of filming that long scene. I kept bringing it up, like, "Hey. We gotta figure this out. Are we going to have robotic breasts?" Finally we decided it was better to see less and let everyone assume that I was particularly skilled.
But...I want to believe. Me too.
Next you'll tell me that wasn't really Ally's dandruff You're right. It was mine.
Hi Molly. Are you interested in an etch a sketch portrait? It'll have to wait until I get home from work :\ Edit: Link to i.imgur.com. Edit2 for the classic 'do: Link to i.imgur.com. Hells Yeah!
Thank you for doing this AMA! I've followed your career since the Facts of Life and actually saw Spacehunter in theaters (in old-school 3D). There have been rumors in the media and on various websites for years about sequels to Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, and the Breakfast Club. With the very sad passing of John Hughes, is it safe to assume that these projects are definitely not happening? Also, how far were these ideas actually developed before his death, and can you shed any light on the various plots that were proposed? At one point, six years ago, I was considering participating in a sequel to Sixteen Candles. But John Hughes didn't want to have sequels to any of the movies I was in and I didn't feel comfortable doing it without his involvement.
Thank you so much for clarifying and taking the time to answer my question! It definitely wouldn't have been right without John's involvement. Was there any proposed plot or did it even make it to that stage of development? I don't remember much about it, but the script eventually became Avatar.
I still think Ally was really hot in that movie. Even more so before the makeover. Am I weird? I totally agree. I think she looked better before the makeover.
Given your history growing up with Adam Carolla, is there any chance that you'll be a guest on his podcast? He has had nothing but nice things to say about you and your family. I have done Adam's show once or twice. I was supposed to do the podcast to promote my first book back in 2010, but we couldn't figure out the scheduling. Whenever I think about him I think of him (lovingly) as that boy who came in and ate all my mom's cooking.
Although I was a faithful Brat Pack follower, my favorite role of yours was in The Stand. How was filming a mini-series and portraying such a gritty character? I thought you made a terrific Fran. The Stand was a very enjoyable experience. It was particularly nice doing something by Stephen King, who is such an icon. (And, incidentally, a nice guy.)
ALSO (forgot) - I still have a great picture of you in a cute hat and floral suspenders. Did you always have such an individual style, or was it something you developed through wearing different costumes? I think I've always had my own style which came a lot out of my love of the twenties. I was a big fan of F. Scott Fitzgerald and used to scour vintage clothing stores to find clothes I felt his heroines would wear. I also liked the sixties, so I think I just used to interpret time periods in my own way and my own style.
Best story from behind the scenes of Breakfast Club? I'm still trying to think of a particular one. It's hard to come up with one on the spot. I'll circle back.
If you were forced to pick just one of your "bratpack" films to re-watch for old times sake, which would it be; 'Sixteen Candles', 'Pretty in Pink' or 'The Breakfast Club?' I would re-watch Breakfast Club. I think it's the best script.
There's a zombie apocalypse, who would be in your group and what weapons would you use? They'd slow me down but I'd have to take my two-year-old twins. My older daughter Mathilda is pretty fierce so I'd need her on my team. Luckily my husband is a third degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. He can break boards with his butt. Just bragging.
Hi Molly! As a 26 year old that is finally graduating from college as of this past week, I'd first like to thank you for giving me so many movies to watch over and over as a way of de-stressing throughout the years. Since I no longer have assigned reading for the first time in my life, can you give me a book recommendation that would pair nicely with your own book? First of all, congratulations on graduating from college! Here is your syllabus: With my first book, "Getting the Pretty Back," I recommend "Tomboy Style" and a bottle of Prosecco. I have another book coming out in September called "When It Happens To You." It's a novel in stories. With this, I recommend Mary Oliver's "New and Selected Poems" and a nice pinot noir.
Bonus question: As someone that wasn't cognizant of fashion in the 80s, I have to ask - can you share your thoughts on Andie's infamous prom dress? I take zero responsibility for Andie's prom dress.
How was the guest appearance on Psych? How much time goes into preparing for a guest appearance? The crew of Psych is one of the nicest crews I've ever worked with. The character was supposed to be a nod to Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, which I had already seen numerous times. I think what I loved most about the experience was getting to know Brad who played Billy Babbit in One Flew Over... Smart and funny guy.
I just bought a ring last week for my girlfriend, and I was wondering on your thoughts about how to ask her? She is a huge fan and I would be able to convince her "Molly told me to do it!". Well, what I think really makes a girl feel special is to propose through a Jumbotron at a major league baseball game. ;-) Whatever you do, just be authentic. You can't go wrong.
Are you a fan of The Molly Ringwalds? Have not heard their music.
Hells Yeah! Wow! This is very impressive! I'm going to make this my new headshot.
Assuming ms. Ringwald isn't familiar with said .jpg. When I did the smoking doobage scene "I'm so popular, everyone loves me at this school," it was basically all improvised and John just let the camera roll for twenty minutes. He was so psyched with everything he got that he dragged my mother into the room where they were showing rushes so she could see how brilliant her daughter was. Of course, my mom was horrified. How was that, goinunder0390?
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