EXCLUSIVE: Donny Deutsch , former host of MSNBC’s Saturday Night Politics and USA’s Donny! , has set his eyes on the world of podcasting. He has teamed with Kast Media for his debut audio series On Brand with Donny Deutsch . Set to debut on all podcast players on May 13 , On Brand with Donny Deutsch will feature the branding vet and television personality’s analysis on some of today’s most well-known and successful global brands. On Brand will peel back the layers of the images seen in media, to understand the depths of the people who are changing our world – through art, media, business, politics, activism, or innovation. Deutsch will interview a variety of exciting guests from different backgrounds, including Michael. J Fox, Denis Leary, Jim Cramer and more. Related Story 'The Bachelor's Nick Viall To Launch Podcast Network With Kast Media “Decades of experience in advertising and television have created a very specific lens I use to analyze every … [Read more...] about Donny Deutsch Teams With Kast Media For Debut Podcast
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Jon Randall had been going to Marfa, Texas, and nearby Terlingua since the early 2000s, and he was quickly becoming an evangelist. “It was one of those places that just filled my heart,” the Texas-born songwriter and producer says. “Especially if you’re very creative and ever have an introspective part of you, it’s that place you want to be.” Randall says he had “oversold” the place to his friends so many times that finally, in 2014, two of his fellow Lone Star natives took him up on the offer. Jack Ingram and Miranda Lambert hadn’t worked with Randall before that point, but one songwriters retreat to Marfa turned into two, then three, then more. It’s where they built the foundations for Ingram’s albums Midnight Motel and Ridin’ High…Again , and where all three writers penned “Tin Man,” a highlight of Lambert’s searing 2016 double album The Weight of These Wings that quickly became one of her signature songs. Related Stories Miranda Lambert, Jon Randall, and … [Read more...] about How Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram, and Jon Randall Captured ‘Sunsets onto Tape’ on New Album
With Pink Skies Ahead and Holler , Jessica Barden explored two very different perspectives on what it’s like to come of age in America. Written and directed by Kelly Oxford, the former dramedy centers on Winona, a young writer struggling with an anxiety disorder that drops out of school, and is left to figure out how to move forward in her life. Holler , from writer-director Nicole Riegel, follows Ruth, a young woman who joins a dangerous and illegal scrap metal crew with her brother, to pay for her education, so that she can one day get out of her small, working-class Ohio town. While the indies (from MTV Studios and IFC Films, respectively) are dissimilar on the surface, in terms of tone and subject matter, they actually have more in common than is immediately apparent. Related Story 'Pieces Of Her': Jessica Barden, David Wenham, Joe Dempsie, Jacob Scipio & Omari Hardwick Join Netflix Series Both were the first features from up-and-coming … [Read more...] about Jessica Barden Spotlights ‘Pink Skies Ahead’ & ‘Holler’, Kick-Starts Producing Career During Covid-19 Lockdown – Q&A
SPOILER ALERT: The story includes details about the March 11 episodes of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19. The dramatic crossover midseason premiere of Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy culminated with the death of a beloved doctor, Andrew DeLuca, played by Giacomo Gianniotti for the past six years. He joined other Grey Sloan doctors who died heroes while saving strangers’ lives, including Derek Shepherd and George O’Malley. Along by his sister Carina, played by Grey’s alumna Stefania Spampinato, who now is a series regular on Station 19. DeLuca rushed to follow suspected kidnapping kingpin Opal. He was able to track her long enough for police to arrest her, but he was stabbed in the process, and while Owen and Teddy initially were able to stabilize him, DeLuca eventually died of his wounds. (You can read Deadline’s recap and an interview with Grey’s and Station 19 showrunner Krista Vernoff, in which she explains the decision to kill off DeLuca, here .) … [Read more...] about ‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Giacomo Gianniotti On Shocking Ending, DeLuca’s Journey & Coming Full-Circle
After years of debate, it seems Disney has finally made some form of definitive stance on whether or not shows like Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter are considered canon to the cinematic universe. On Tuesday, several international Disney+ markets moved the shows into the category titled "Marvel Legacy Movies and Series", insinuating they are no longer connected. Other Marvel projects in the category are Fantastic Four , Hulu's Runaways , and several X-Men films - all of which do not exist in the same universe as the MCU . The fact that this move is recent insinuates that Disney made it on purpose. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter will likely both be ignored for future MCU projects. RELATED: Will Secret Invasion Recast One Fan-Favorite Marvel Character for the MCU? Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. fans should not be surprised by the move, however, as the greater universe has largely ignored the ABC shows since they debuted. In early seasons, … [Read more...] about Did Disney+ Erase Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter from MCU Canon?