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Youtube daily Oct 8 2018

Youtube daily Oct 8 2018

Portia and I just– we were obsessed.
We listened to that album all summer long.
That’s so awesome.
We love it.
We listen to it in the car.
We listen to it in the house.
And we just love your voice and love your music.
It’s so great.
Thank you.
And you’re the only female nominated
for the CMA Album of the Year, so congratulations on that.
[APPLAUSE]
Thanks.
Good luck.
Thank you.
Good luck.
Kind of crazy.
So you’re going on your own world tour coming up,
but you were on– this past summer,
you were on tour with Harry Styles.
I was.
Harold– I like to call him Harold.
I was like, is that OK?
He’s like, it’s fine.
I love him so much.
So is this true?
So when you started, you didn’t start out this way.
You started on– what was the show that you got known for?
The Nashville Star or something?
Well, I don’t know if I would say that I got known for it.
But you won.
Most people, hopefully, will just kind of
forget that I was part of that.
But at what point in your career did
you perform as Hannah Montana at birthday parties?
Well, that was a very short– brief stint.
It didn’t go that well.
I got paid in change.
A kid tried to rip my wig off.
He said, you’re not the real Hannah Montana.
[LAUGHTER]
And the first gig that I got, there
was Hannah Montana needed for a kid’s birthday.
I was supposed to walk in with the boom box ready to go
with her theme song.
I practiced all night.
I had the wig, I was like, god, this looks–
complete– this looks terrible.
It looked like straw.
It looked like hay or something, my wig.
It would scare the kids.
It was creepy.
Yeah, this is accelerating a little quickly.
That’s scary.
[YELLING]
[SCREAMING]
[LAUGHTER]
Oh my god!
That was Hannah Montana.
[LAUGHTER]
Oh my god, Ellen!
It was Hannah Montana.
At least you didn’t have to get in a box to scare people.
Look, this is what– he’s been in there for a long time,
waiting.
Accelerating a little quickly.
That’s scary.
[YELLING]
[SCREAMING]
Oh my god!
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FULLTANK by Bo Sanchez 509: Are you trapped in a Bubble? – Duration: 4:49. Do you sometimes live in your own bubble?
I do.
I catch myself sometimes.
Thinking of my own problems, my own concerns, my own situation.
You know, my own worries.
Trapped in that world.
Not realizing that there are people around me, whose problems are 1,000 times bigger.
And I don’t see it, because I’m trapped in my own little bubble.
And sometimes, being religious…
“Sometimes” not “always”, but sometimes, you know.
You get caught up in a religious bubble, where you know.
You’re focused on trying to pray, and trying to work on yourself, and all that.
Not realizing again, that there are people around you who need your love.
But you’re so wrapped up and “No, I need to you know.
Work on myself.”
And so basically, it’s a vertical relationship with God.
And that’s very very important.
But the cross is vertical and horizontal.
And what am I talking about?
Hi, my name is Bo Sanchez.
Welcome to Fulltank, your place of inspiration.
I pray that you will be blessed, as we share the gospel for the day.
Our gospel is Luke 10.
It’s the story of the Good Samaritan.
The Good Samaritan is the most amazing amazing story, and controversial.
Because you’ve got a priest, and a Levite — both religious men.
Religious professionals.
And what they do is that they’re walking, and they see this wounded man.
And when they see this wounded man…
What happens is that they about it.
They step aside.
It’s like…
“Oh, he’s wounded.
Oh, should I help him?
No, I have my religious duties.”
Why religious duties?
Because according to religious law, if they touch a wounded person, who they didn’t know
if he was dead, okay?
So, and if you touch blood and a dead person, you get defiled.
So, he will not be able to do his…
Perform his religious duties for seven days.
So, they didn’t help.
Not understanding, “Wait a minute.”
you know.
But then, a Samaritan comes.
And a Samaritan can’t even go to the temple.
Because he’s seeing us, you know.
Unworthy and unclean.
He’s the one who helps.
Powerful, powerful story.
Let me share with you an experience I had.
I was asked to speak in a prayer group.
And in that prayer group, got to know them.
Got to know, you know, these people.
And every so often, you know, I’d bump into these.
So, I know their world.
And there’s this guy.
His name is Paeng.
And Paeng was someone who was…
You know, people in the prayer group looked down on him a little bit.
Because he would smoke, and he tells people, “You know, I haven’t been able to cut my smoking.”
And he drinks.
Not drunk, okay?
But he would have two bottles of beer.
You know, every time they get together, and he’s the only one who would drink.
And you know, and he would curse once in a while.
So, you know, people in the prayer group said, “Ah, you know, Paeng is one of those immature
people, spiritually immature.”
But then, I find out that Paeng, without announcing this to anyone.
Every Saturday, he would go to a prison.
And he would just stay there and talk to prisoners.
And spend time with them.
Wow!
It’s just like blew my mind.
Like, here’s this you know, his friends looking down at him.
Not realizing that this guy is not living in his own bubble.
He just sees the needs of others.
And goes out there, and becomes Jesus to them.
And that’s beautiful.
And I invite you to step out of your own problems.
Out of your own concerns.
Out of your own feelings.
And out of your own situation.
Start opening your eyes and say, “Lord are you sending me to someone who needs your love?
Send me Lord.”
And when you start thinking of others, and serving others, and giving, guess what?
You will receive so much more blessings.
Why?
It’s not like the blessings were not there, but you’re now more open to receive it.
Father in heaven, I pray for every person, watching this video.
That you continue to speak to them, and draw them closer to yourself.
And make them more your light for others.
In Jesus’ name.
Thank you so much for your love.
Thank you so much for your grace.
I pray for blessing for you right now.
In Jesus’ name.
Amen and amen.
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
Amen.
God bless you.
And I will see you tomorrow.
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Join us for a Week of Games Starting October 28! – Duration: 1:10. Hey there!
Some friends and I are raising money for Seattle Children’s Hospital with a weeklong livestream
of games, and we need your help to make it a success.
Head over to bit.ly/extralifeseattle for our kickoff on Sunday, October 28 with a big gay
game of Dungeons & Dragons featuring comedian Bryan Safi, critic Carlos Maza, writer Anthony
Olivera, and LGBT film scholar Bryan Wuest.
We’ll be picking up the adventure we started last year, where our heroes investigated a
mysterious temple and wound up getting turned into cats.
Then every evening for the next week, I’ll be livestreaming more games starting at 4pm
Pacific.
Pop by to say hello and pledge a few dollars for a good cause.
And on Saturday, November 4th, I hope you’ll join us for our first Queens of Adventure
livestream!
We’ll be playing an original D&D adventure, with drag queens in full drag.
Last year, our Extra Life fundraiser raised over three thousand dollars, and this year
we’re aiming for even more.
Just go to bit.ly/extralifeseattle to check out the entire week’s schedule, to donate,
to watch, and chat along with us.
And please repost this video to spread the word.
Thanks for watching.
We’ll see you November 28th.
And now if you’ll excuse me, it’s time for me to feel my fantasy.
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Viral Piano-Playing Pizza Delivery Guy Performs – Duration: 5:16. Hello, Bryce.
Hi.
All right.
So you work for Hungry Howie’s Pizza?
Yes.
How long have you worked there?
I’ve been working there for about a year.
A year?
Yep.
And so a year.
And when did this happen that we’re seeing that went viral?
How long ago?
This was probably a month and a half, maybe two months ago.
Was that the first time you went into someone’s house
to play piano?
No, I’ve done this many times before.
[LAUGHTER]
But this guy just happened to film it?
Yeah, he just happened to film it.
OK.
So what happens?
You say, here’s your pizza.
And then you kind of look past them and say,
do you have a piano?
Yeah.
I see the piano in the foyer.
Yeah.
And I make a comment about it.
I say, oh.
That’s a really nice piano.
And then I ask him what kind it is.
And he says, I have no idea.
He says, you want to come take a look?
So he invites me.
I play.
And he starts recording me.
And he’s like, do you mind if I send this to my wife?
And I’m like, yeah.
Sure.
So he sends it to her.
And then I wake up the next day, and my manager called me.
And he’s like, dude.
He’s like you’ve got millions of views.
I’m like–
Your manager at the pizza place?
You don’t have a manager?
No.
[LAUGHTER]
Right.
No.
[CHUCKLE]
OK.
I know.
I just want to make sure people know your manager at the pizza
place that you work at says you have millions of views.
OK.
But I mean people– so what did he tip you, that guy?
I think he tipped me 10 bucks.
That’s not enough.
I mean, come on.
[LAUGHTER]
You get pizza and–
OK.
So you do this.
You go into the house, and that’s not the first time.
So when we get cold pizza, it’s because of people
like you playing piano and–
Yeah, pretty much.
And so you just do it because you
like to show them that you can play,
and you think you’re going to get a better tip?
Or–
No, it’s not even about the tip.
Every time I see a piano, I have to play it.
Yeah.
It doesn’t matter where it’s at.
Right.
Is that what you want to do for a living?
Yeah, my dream is to actually be a concert pianist
and perform all over the world.
OK.
Because you’re in college right now?
Yeah.
I’m at Macomb Community College.
OK.
But don’t you play baseball?
Yeah.
I was on a baseball scholarship.
M-hm.
They must be thrilled.
[LAUGHTER]
Yeah.
I actually quit because all the new opportunities
that are coming up with this video and all the views.
Sure.
I really want to take these opportunities.
And baseball really requires a lot.
Yeah.
I mean, because it’s easier to play piano in someone’s house
than say, oh.
That’s a nice backyard.
Do you have a bat?
Because–
[LAUGHTER]
You know?
Yeah.
All right.
So I can’t wait.
Please perform for us.
All right.
[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]
[PLAYING PIANO]
[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]
That was amazing.
That’s beautiful.
It’s incredible.
Thank you so much.
All right.
That’s amazing.
If I had a $10 on me, I’d give that to you because that’s–
I can’t believe that guy gave you $10.
Who are you, Sir?
Give him some more money.
This is a beautiful piano, isn’t it?
This is probably better than the one–
we saw pictures of the one that you have.
And this is a good one, right?
Yeah.
Let’s just say the keyboard in my room,
I’d prefer to play that than my actual–
Yeah, I know.
We saw the pictures.
So we want you to have this.
We reached out to Yamaha Pianos.
Oh, my God.
[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]
They want–
Thank you so much.
Of course.
This means so much.
[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]
They want to inspire young music makers.
And they hope to continue, that you play and inspire others
with this brand new piano.
It’s a beautiful one.
All right.
We’ll be back.
Hi.
I’m Andy.
Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel
so you can see more awesome videos, like videos
of me getting scared or saying embarrassing things,
like ball peen hammer.
And also some videos of Ellen and other celebrities
if you’re into that sort of thing.
Yaw!
Oh!
[BEEP]
God–
[BEEP]
For more infomation >> Viral Piano-Playing Pizza Delivery Guy Performs – Duration: 5:16.
What Really Happened To Paula Deen? – Duration: 9:03. Not too long ago, Paula Deen was a relatively harmless matron of Southern cooking.
But in 2013, everything changed.
Accused of racism, her name became a running joke in the industry, and even her biggest
fans were so horrified that they walked away.
Though it appeared that she had finally hung up her apron in shame, Deen was instead working
behind the scenes to bring her career back from the brink.
Just what’s gone down for the chef since her fall from grace?
Here’s what really happened to Paula Deen.
Fall from grace
In 2013, a discrimination lawsuit was brought against the chef by her former employee Lisa
T. Jackson, who claimed that Deen had used the “N word” at work and that Deen’s brother
had harassed her, as reported by the Savannah Morning News.
Deen went on to make things even worse by trying to excuse her poor behavior.
In a half-baked, since-deleted apology according to Eater, Deen said,
“I want to apologize to everybody for the wrong that I’ve done.
I want to learn and grow from this.
[…] Inappropriate and hurtful language is totally, totally unacceptable.”
“I have never with any intention, hurt anybody on purpose, and I never would.”
But even though a judge threw out her case, the damage was more than done.
“A dramatic turn of events, a legal victory for Paula Deen, but in the court of public
opinion, the decision may have come two months too late”
Food Network dropped Deen, and Ballantine Books cancelled her deal.
Other companies, including Walgreens and Target, announced that they would not be restocking
her products once existing inventory had been sold.
But five long years later, Deen seems ready to step foot onto the world stage, once again.
And she’s been busy behind the scenes, making it happen.
Successful party host
Deen has obviously found ways to make money, even without Food Network.
But in a move that we could never imagine anyone else doing, Deen is making fistfuls
of easy money hosting Halloween parties.
“Grab your favorite pumpkin and let’s party”
The events, which host 50 people at $400 each, are even at her home.
According to Eventbrite,
“Paula will spend the afternoon mingling with guests, sharing spooky recipes, hosting festive
contests, and wrapping up the afternoon with a Halloween party.
[…] Along with the memories, all guests will go home with a gift.”
Unloading her mansion
“Hello, ya’ll welcome to my home.
I live in Savannah Georgia and my house is located on Wilmington Island.”
We may never know the real reason she put her property up for sale, but as of August
2018 it hasn’t made her a dime.
“And there’s a dockhouse…that sits over the water.
And there’s even a hole in the kitchen floor so Michael and I can sit in the kitchen, and
fish”
The massive eight bedroom, eight-and-a-half bathroom, 28,000-square-foot estate has been
on the market since 2015 when it was listed for $12.5 million.
Two years later, the home had still not sold, even though the price was reduced to $8.75
million.
Back in business
After being removed from the air, Deen turned her attention to her restaurants.
In 2014, she started a new firm, Paula Deen Ventures, and shortly after that she announced
a new restaurant and store called Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen.
“Come and get it honey, the best fried green tomato in this here United States”
Scandal or not, Deen was determined to prove that her cooking skills were still deserving
of respect.
She said in a press release:
“Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen is filled with love and mouthwatering flavors.
I can hardly wait to bring some of my favorite Southern dishes […] to the Great Smoky Mountains.
We are going to serve our meals family style, with big ol’ bowls on the table, heaping full
of fried chicken, collards fried okra, corn and sweet potatoes.”
She’s Dancing With the Stars
In 2015, Deen returned to TV as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars.
While she didn’t prove to be quite as smooth on the dance floor as she is in the kitchen,
her good-natured attitude on the show helped to once again endear her to the public.
“I want you to pick me up one time, and turn me upside down like you do those other girls”
She took some daring risks on the show, wearing provocative outfits and even flashing her
underwear in the middle of the jive.
Unfortunately, Deen’s edgy moves didn’t go over well with the judges and she was eliminated
in the sixth week.
The chef met her loss with grace and claimed that she was happy to head home, saying on
the show,
“I have been like a fish out of water for six weeks.
It has been such a wonderful journey.
It took them a long time to convince me to do this.
It was wonderful.
It was worth it.”
Her signature clothing line
The news of Deen’s scandal prompted many of her partners to drop their endorsement deals,
but that didn’t stop the once beloved southern cook from finding new companies to partner
with.
In 2016, Deen launched a clothing line with Evine, which was something she said she’d
been wanting to do for years.
“I love things that are fun, that are comfortable, that are casual, but I can put on my pearls
and I can dress it up”
She told People,
“It was a little hard for me to break out of the kitchen because that’s how people think
of me.
But if you notice, I never cooked naked.
I was always wearing clothes!”
Speaking of being fully clothed, Deen had some very specific requirements for her line,
revealing,
“I don’t know how to say this to you in a nice way, but it has to cover my front privates.
I want my shirttail to cover my front privates and hopefully my back, too.”
“It’s gonna be fun and it’s gonna be comfortable and it’s gonna be affordable.”
She also launched a line of home storage and organization products because who doesn’t
want official Paula Deen hangers for those shirts that cover your, uh, “front privates”?
“You know I always say ‘best dishes and love’ well now I’m saying best clothes and love.”
Getting into the game
In 2015, Deen published Paula Deen Cuts the Fat, which featured healthier recipes than
those featured in her previous cookbooks.
“You can still keep the flavor and eat healthy.
Definitely.
I think I’ve done that with this book”
That same year, her very first cookbook, The Lady and Sons Savannah Country Cookbook, was
also revised, and re-released.
“Are you ready to have some fun?”
Deen also launched a mobile game in 2015 where players got to become the chef herself, learning
recipes and moving up in the (virtual) restaurant industry.
She said in a press release,
“I am a gamer at heart and never leave my home without my iPad.
Paula Deen’s Recipe Quest is an incredible and one-of-a-kind game that will allow y’all
to cook up a storm with me while solving exciting puzzles.
Plus, it’s free!”
“And it’s free!”
Focusing on her furry friends
“Would you like beef, chicken, or lamb and rice for dinner?
No, I’m not talkin about your dinner, I’m talkin about your pet’s dinner”
Given the success that fellow celebrity chef Rachael Ray has seen with her pet food brand,
it’s no wonder that Deen decided to follow suit with a line of her own pet food, treats,
and toys in 2015.
According to PetFoodIndustry.com, she said,
“I want to share my love for animals with my fans and fellow pet lovers by creating
special products and treats for their pets to enjoy.”
But there’s another reason this project is close to her heart.
Announcing the product launch on her website, she wrote,
“Y’all know how much I love all my babies, whether furry or feathered.
Some of y’all might even know that if it wasn’t for my pets, I would never have met my husband
Michael.”
The couple credits Paula’s dogs more specifically, Paula’s dogs pooping on Michael’s lawn for
their meeting.
In his book, My Delicious Life with Paula Deen, Michael writes that if Deen’s pups hadn’t
gotten out and found their way to his yard, the couple may never have gotten together.
Trouble in dog poop paradise?
Rumors have swirled for years that Paula Deen and Michael Groover were headed for divorce,
thanks in large part to tabloid reports of Groover’s alleged affair in 2013.
The fire was further fueled just a few years later when Deen granted the deed to one of
their homes solely to Groover.
At the time, a spokesman for Deen said,
“These rumors are completely false they have a wonderful marriage.
This deed […] was just a part of Paula’s estate-planning process.”
“I’m back with ya on What’s Cookin with Paula Deen…and you see what’s cookin with Paula
Deen, don’t ya.
Hey ya’ll.”
So what does Deen have to say?
She spoke to Radar Online during her stint on Dancing with the Stars, and had nothing
but good things to say about Groover, confessing,
“My marriage has always been good.
My husband is so supportive.
[…] He has been so good about taking time off for me.
[…] He has always been so supportive to take his things and put them aside to be with
me.”
“I’m still laughin at his stupid jokes that he has told me a thousand times, I still think
they’re funny.
Well they are”
Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud
In 2018, the chef opened Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud in Tennessee.
The live competitive event features two teams of professional lumberjacks who go head-to-head
in log rolling, ax throwing, and more.
But Deen isn’t the first celeb to have her name attached to Lumberjack Feud.
According to VisitMySmokies.com, it originally debuted in 2011, and in 2015, country singer
Dolly Parton took over before passing the torch over to Deen.
Fans will soon be able to compete in lumberjack events themselves through Lumberjack Feud
Adventure, a on-site park featuring a lumberjack-themed obstacle course.
Returning to the small screen
Deen seems to have mostly put the past behind her, and the public is slowly forgiving her.
“Guess who’s gone digital, ya’ll”
In 2014, she launched her subscriber-based digital platform, The Paula Deen Network,
which featured network-exclusive videos of Deen and her guests cooking in front of an
audience.
And in 2016, she began filming her newest television show, Positively Paula.
She said via Delish,
“I am so excited to invite my friends from around the country into my home kitchen each
week.
We are going to have an incredible time cooking up a storm and sharing the most special memories.”
It wasn’t too long before the show gained a following and reached a broader audience.
Early in 2018, the show entered syndication and began airing on “rural lifestyle” network
RFD-TV, marking Deen’s return to cable programming and…just maybe…the start of her journey
back into America’s hearts.
“Let’s get cookin”
For more infomation >> What Really Happened To Paula Deen? – Duration: 9:03.
‘Halloween’ | Unscripted | Jamie Lee Curtis, David Gordon Green, Jason Blum – Duration: 15:38. – Unscripted, sounds dirty.
Sorry, Tony.
(rock music)
Hi, and welcome to MovieFone.
I’m Jamie Lee Curtis, this is David Gordon Green,
and Jason Blum, and we’re here to talk to you
about our new movie, Halloween.
We’ll answer a few questions that you sent in,
and also there are a couple that are unscripted,
and I get to start.
Okay, David, this is from Jeremy on Twitter.
What were the most important aspects of the original movie
that you felt were essential to the new film
other than Jamie, and John Carpenter’s involvement?
– You guys were certainly integral
to the creative concept of what, but, I think,
what really appealed to me about the original film
that we tried to apply here is the simplicity,
just the raw primal essence of evil.
Anything beyond that, I felt was gonna
narratively over complicate things, so, I think,
our effort was to keep it streamlined, simple, and scary.
– That opening sequence in the trailer, by the way,
the first time I saw the trailer, with that footage,
which I hadn’t seen shot of him in the mental hospital,
that visually, graphically, was so fantastic,
and sort of shocking to me, I loved it.
– From Garret S., in Pembroke, Georgia,
Jamie, when first playing Laurie, did you ever imagine
you’d be revisiting the character all of these years later?
– I did not imagine it.
You know we made H20, because H20 was date driven,
remember when we were talking earlier about dates,
and it felt interesting to me that John, and Debra,
and I were still in show off business,
and it was twenty years later,
and we felt like a good to time to revisit it.
But I had, never in my life, thought
that we would ever make a fortieth,
and I hadn’t and even really thought,
oh wow, it’s the fortieth anniversary coming up,
before I got the call from you, last summer.
Saying, and it had nothing to do with the fortieth.
Nothing, except that, within the story,
Laurie was aware that it was the fortieth,
but in the sense, you didn’t call me going,
Jamie, it’s David Gordon Green, it’s the fortieth,
and we want to do this.
You were, I’ve come up with an idea
that I think you’ll really respond to, which I do.
– From Brandan V. on Instagram, Jason,
would you ever consider a crossover universe with another
horror movie character, such as Freddy vs Jason?
Hypothetically, who would you have
face off against Michael Meyers?
– I suppose I would consider it,
but I don’t think I would do it,
but if I was gonna do a crossover it would be
Bagul from Sinister, and Michael Meyers.
that would be a showdown.
– So not the Leprechaun then?
– Not the Leprechaun, I’d go for Bagul.
– I think Bagul didn’t get enough airtime,
and I’d like to see ’em face off.
– What was your favorite moment on the set of this,
of David’s Halloween movie,
and why was it your favorite moment?
– Well, I think you know my answer, and it was–
– I’ve totally forgotten, what is the answer?
– It’s alright, we’ve met a couple times,
by the way, I’m Jamie.
– Yeah, Jason Blum, great pleasure, great pleasure.
– Yeah big fan.
I was away from my home so I was already vulnerable,
and, you know, the mood was very very vulnerable for Laurie
because Laurie is really a dealing with
a lot of post traumatic stress,
and nobody understands her, and she’s very alone.
and the last shot we shot on the movie
– Ah yes I do remember.
– Was this moment where Laurie is in her car by herself,
it’s sort of unscripted,
meaning it set that Laurie’s in the car,
there’s alcohol, she has a gun,
she’s waiting outside the prison to watch Micheal Meyers
be transferred out of that prison to go away forever,
and for her this is the first time
she has seen him in forty years,
and it’s a very cathartic moment,
but it’s somewhat unscripted, and so
I prepared for that days work, and as I approached the set
where it’s gonna be me alone in a truck
with a hundred people, with lights, and cameras.
I’m one of those people that at the first day of a movie
I like people to wear name tags,
because it’s not fair, you guys know my name,
I don’t know the camera operator, or the sound, the boom,
and so I always say, can you wear a name tag?
The last day of the movie
I arrived on that set in an emotional state,
because it was that moment that I was about to film,
and the entire crew had name tags on
that said we are Laurie Strode,
and what they were saying
is that they were with me, and her, because I am her.
That they believed her, that they cared about her,
that they are her, and that universality of support
was the thing she had never had in her entire life,.
and it was wildly emotional for me see this crew
saying to me, we’re with you.
In that moment as I was gonna act that moment.
And it was just very moving, very powerful
to walk on, and by the way, with all due respect,
we were on a street called Ashley Phosphate Road
in, you know, 12 miles outside of Charleston, South Carolina
in a parking lot of a truck factory.
I mean, it was not, you know,
walking on the back lot of Universal,
it was this, and it was at night, it was fascinating.
Anyway, that moment was the single biggest moment
where I really understood what Laurie was going through,
what we were doing together as a movie,
and it said a lot about the crew that David had put together
to give me that gift, and then we took the crew picture,
and in the crew picture everyone is wearing a name tag
that says, we are Laurie Strode,
and it very much brought up the whole Parkland,
we are Parkland, you know we are,
if we chose to as a group we can face trauma together
rather than having to be alone,
and that’s what they were saying, and it was just powerful,
and I’m grateful for them.
– From Josh E. on Twitter, you spoke about
having to go the 80 drafts of the script,
who did a majority of the screenwriting,
and did the writing process feel
different to writing a comedy?
– Eighty drafts?
– More than that I bet.
I do, you know, drafts through the entire production,
and part of my writing process
is rewriting, and evolving, and learning,
once you’ve cast it, once you’ve got locations,
so experimenting with ideas.
So, I wrote it with Danny McBride and Jeff Fradely,
two guys that I’ve been collaborating with
since we were in film school in the 90’s,
and it is that creative energy,
it is that auditioning, content, ideas,
from dramatic endings, to radical plot twists,
to role reversals within characters,
and it is such a playful sculpture
that I can’t imagine going two days from conception
to completion without a new draft,
without going through it top to bottom, and just
re engineering, reworking, challenging.
It was all kind of hand in hand,
we’d pass a scene, I’d do a scene, and hand it to Jeff,
Jeff would do sequence, hand it to Danny,
we’d rewrite each other’s work,
and bring it to the group, and say, how about this?
We’d bring it to your amazing executives at Blumhouse
and say, what do you think about this?
We’d take it to rehearsals, and we’d bring it the cast,
and say, what do you think think about this,
let’s workshop it, let’s make it stronger,
let’s poke all the holes in it that an audience
or a journalist is gonna poke in it months from now,
and let’s know what we’re getting into
and make it that type of process,
and it’s, I’d say, it’s very much the same
when we’re working on comedic material.
Going for something internal that’s from your gut,
That’s from your hips, it makes you feel like
this is gonna be fun to shoot
and I’m gonna really like this.
Thinking that that’s gonna be an addictive quality,
and translate to the audience.
– I will tell you this, When Jake Gyllenhaal called me
to suggest that I talk to David,
which is how we first spoke, he said to me,
I’ve never had a more creative experience working.
‘Cause he had done Stronger with you,
and he said, he’s just inventive, fun director,
and I think you’ll have an amazing experience
if you choose to work with him,
and that’s exactly how I would describe you,
Inventive, fun, like you just said, poke holes in it.
David would have us do scenes
where we said gibberish, we would do takes where
there wasn’t a sentence, you would start a sentence,
and then stop it, and it was just so playful
that it was an absolutely unique experience
for me creatively, and I loved it.
David to Jason, Unscripted!
– Alright, this is an opportunity to ask you the question
I’ve always wanted to ask you.
– Really, oh, I can’t wait.
– Is there a project
that you find so personal that you would
make regardless of any commercial potential?
Something that you’d wanna make?
– We’ve done many, we did a movie
just this year, a documentary, called This is Home,
about refugees which was not commercial,
we lost a little bit of money, but it was worth it.
We’re doing a movie called Stoner,
which is one of Jamie’s favorite books,
– Seriously!
– And one of my favorite books,
which we are not gonna make a nickel on,
but I love it so we do, we do a lot,
we mostly do documentaries where we don’t make any money
but we do a lot of, I think you have to make decisions,
I think you kind of, we make decisions for both reasons,
I would never make a purely commercial decision,
because we would make a bad job on the movie,
so I have to love the movie, and it’s commercial,
and sometimes I love the movie
and we know it’s not commercial, and we do that too.
– [David] From Sara G.
– [Jamie] From Sara, I know her.
– [David] Sara G, yeah, how’s she doing?
– [Jamie] I know Sara. – She doing well in Seattle?
How have you felt about Laurie
being the face associated with the term scream queen
in the horror film lexicon in general?
Are you happy about yours, and Laurie’s
contributions to that concept?
– So, I’m gonna be sixty, Sara,
coming up in November on Thanksgiving.
– Wow.
– I will have a lot to be thankful for,
that’s for darn sure,
and one of the things I remember is that,
you know, Halloween was my first movie, I was 19 years old,
and I had been on a T.V. series prior to that
where I was one of like a sea of people
with like one line a week, and here was this script
that was all Laurie.
And, as what happens in our industry,
you work really hard to try to get noticed,
you want, it’s show off business.
We are performers, and so I have always felt
great affinity towards the idea
that someone would call you a queen of anything.
You know, to call you a scream queen means you have
somehow risen to the hightest of echelons
within a certain genre, and
even though it happened to me when I was very young,
no matter what it still gave me something that was,
I couldn’t believe how thrilled I was about it.
So for me that has always been something I’ve been proud of.
The only reason I stepped away
and tried to make comedy movies and other things
is because I also wanted to be able to do other things.
But I’ve never dissed the scream queen title
because, I mean, again–
– Who doesn’t want to be a queen?
– Who doesn’t wanna be the head of something?
– Or a King, every so often, I mean, I love it.
– Who doesn’t want, that’s what we wanted
when were all making Halloween to begin with.
– Exactly.
– So it’s a weird thing to somehow
not like the coat we’re wearing when it was a coat that we–
– We chose to put on.
– Chose it, and sewed it, and you know,
so I’ve been, I’ve tried to be really respectful
to the whole horror genre.
I credit it with my life, obviously, my creative life
is directly responsible to the movie Halloween,
and everything that came after that
is sort of, you know what I mean.
– Resulted from it.
– Without question, and so I’m grateful to be a queen.
– Jason to David unscripted, let’s see, David.
– It’s like playing truth or dare.
– I know, except not really ’cause we’re not really.
– What was the single hardest moment
during the course of making Halloween, and why?
Not just the production, by the way, it could be any of it.
(laughing)
– Not far off, the hardest thing about making
a movie, and as this movie is very limited budget
movie with a lot of ambition and tremendous creative energy,
the hardest thing is acknowledging
the budget, the schedule, the safety, and the logistics,
and making sure you go home feeling great about your day,
but being able to accomplish things safely,
and that means the crew needs to be prepared, and have time,
and it’s really difficult
when you’re racing against the clock,
and you’re trying to save every dollar
because you want to put every dollar on the screen
to keep in mind the fact that
it needs to be done professionally and safely.
There was a night where things became
very difficult to achieve what we needed to do
and expedite it in the time that we had
and to do it with a reasonable amount of precaution and it
was very frustrating for me to have to make
those decisions very quickly.
What do you compromise, time, quality, safety?
– That’s interesting, triangle.
It’s just the the ethical, moral things
that you can’t justify in an interview
six months later to an audience, a year later,
why it didn’t achieve perfection.
– You can’t tell the audiences
this is what was happening when we shot it.
– Exactly, you can’t, nobody cares about the personalities,
and the logistics that are going on.
– Or the safety. – Or the safety.
– Or the lightning storm that hits
that eats three hours of your night.
So you lose three hours because
God decides to rain on your parade a little.
– Thank you Jason, and Jamie,
and thanks to MovieFone for having us.
Thanks to all of you for watching
and sending in your questions.
Go see our movie Halloween.
– Happy Halloween. – Happy Halloween.
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Most MYSTERIOUS Discoveries Made In Egypt! – Duration: 13:26. From alien sarcophagi to an Ancient Egyptian light bulb, here are 10 mysterious things
found in Egypt that no-one can explain…
10.
Mystery Heads
Finding disembodied heads underground in an Ancient Egyptian tomb sounds like something
from a horror movie.
But don’t worry, they’re not real heads.
As for what they were doing there, the jury’s still out.
The heads are a bit of a mystery to this day.
The first examples were discovered in 1894 and since then, over 30 have been located.
They were nicknamed ‘reserve heads’ because… well, they looked like a bunch of spare heads!
One theory is that they were used to replace a noggin if a tomb was broken into and plundered.
Some of them appear to have been deliberately damaged.
At first archaeologists were puzzled by missing ears and long scratches, but it’s thought
these are signs they’re old production molds.
Seems the Egyptians liked to make heads in bulk, just in case!!
Pretty weird, huh?
9.
The Giza Void
It’s amazing how even the oldest landmarks can still surprise you.
In 2017 experts were very surprised when examining the legendary Great Pyramid of Giza on the
West Bank of the Nile.
As you may know, but just in case you don’t this ancient wonder of the world was built
for Pharaoh Khufu and is the largest one of 3.
It’s 4,500 years old and 146.7 meters (481 ft) high.
Now scientists knew there were things inside the pyramids.
Rooms and burial chambers have been located, but nothing had been noticed in the Great
Pyramid for well over a century.
That all changed when an undiscovered space cropped up during an inspection.
The inspection was performed from outside the pyramid using what’s called muon radiography,
combined with thermal imaging.
The new “room” is over 30 m (100 ft) long and was spotted above a corridor inside the
structure known as the Grand Gallery.
It’s been referred to as a “void” and it’s unclear what it is exactly.
Experts are banking on robots to get in there with cameras but these are still being built.
So stay tuned, I’m sure we will be hearing something about it soon!!
8.
Kites
Mysterious lines in the Egyptian deserts have been seen from the air for around a century.
Everyone was wondering what they were!
It turns out, they’re made up of little stone walls, not very high at all, in a kite-style
formation.
Some of them are as long as 40 miles.
Even more mysterious was the fact that they lead toward a pit in the sand.
As you can imagine, the sightings were the subject of much speculation!
At first people thought they might be evidence of an alien civilization.
Or evidence of the Egyptians trying to communicate with someone in the sky!!
However by focusing on 16 of these “kites” in the Sinai Desert in Egypt, experts believe
they have the clearest explanation yet of what the lines might be.
It’s pretty grim to be honest.
The 2,000 year old walls were studied by a team from Ben-Gurion University in Israel.
They concluded the kites were used for hunting, corralling animals such as gazelle and ibexes.
The kites guided the unfortunate creatures toward the pit, where they would be slaughtered.
History is cruel, and very efficient.
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7.
King Tut’s Mummy
One of the great mysteries of Ancient Egypt is the circumstances surrounding the death
of Tutankhamun.
Howard Carter found his legendary tomb in 1922 and made him a historical superstar.
What’s maybe not as well known is that King Tut died very young, while in his teens.
As ever with archaeology, experts have to wait for technology to catch up before they
can make a judgment.
The body has been through x-rays in the 1960s and a CT scan earlier this century.
Through this analysis certain facts are known about Tut’s demise, such as missing bones,
and former injuries, yet a definitive explanation as to how he died remains a secret.
This year British researchers took a fresh look at the King’s remains and came to a
startling conclusion.
According to them the body showed possible signs of being burned!
This was down to a ceremonial layer of resin and oil that was poured onto Tut as part of
preparations for the next world.
This process is highly flammable and apparently Tut had caught fire inside the sarcophagus.
The announcement has been criticized in some quarters, with some arguing if a fire had
happened there’d be more evidence of it.
Generally people believe the young ruler suffered a fatal trauma, said to be caused by anything
from a chariot crash to a rampaging hippo!
One thing we do know about his death… it certainly wasn’t boring.
6.
Black Boxes
If you thought the Great Pyramid of Giza sounded mysterious, wait till you hear about what
was found in Memphis!
In a cave network 12 miles away from Giza, 24 big black boxes were found.
They weigh 100 tons each and are so unusual that some believe them to be alien artefacts!
That’s probably a little far-fetched so let’s look at the actual evidence.
The caves are actually part of a sacred temple that was located by French archaeologist Auguste
Mariette in 1850.
The name for the site is the ‘Serapeum of Saqqara’, or burial ground, and it’s over
3,000 years old.
It was built on the orders of Pharaoh Ramesses II.
The first part of the name, Serapeum, refers to Serapis the deity.
Serapis was often depicted as a man with a dog.
But this dog was no ordinary canine because it had 3 heads!
It’s more likely that instead of being left behind by ETs the black boxes are sarcophagi.
But what’s inside them??
The answer you’ll be surprised to hear is a load of old bull… quite literally.
You see animals were worshipped in Ancient Egypt, so it’s thought the boxes contain
the remains of mummified Apis bulls.
It’s all starting to make sense…
5.
Lost Labyrinth
In the vicinity of the Middle Egyptian city of Faiyum, 100 km (62 miles) southwest of
Cairo, there is an area known as Faiyum Oasis.
Supposedly, there lies what’s left of one of the most immense and talked-about structures
of Ancient Egypt… the mysterious Lost Labyrinth.
I say “supposedly” because up to now it hasn’t been proved.
Faiyum used to be called by another name, Crocodilopolis, which came from the Greeks.
And in case you’re wondering, yes that does have something to do with crocodiles!
In fact a crocodile was regularly worshipped there but that’s for another video…
The Labyrinth has been described by ancient writers such as Herodotus, who talked about
a huge temple-like structure with a stone slab roof.
Inside were 3,000 chambers…
3,000!…half of which were above ground and half below.
The underground chambers were reportedly accessed via a pyramid, but Herodotus didn’t go down
there.
It’s thought to have been a tribute to a group called the 12 Kings.
The description of 12 courts seems to back this up.
The Labyrinth is categorized as lost but many believe it was found in the 19th century.
In 1889 a stone plateau was discovered in the Faiyum Oasis.
Some reckon it’s the foundations of the Labyrinth, whereas others think it’s the
roof.
When the stone was scanned in later years there appeared to be a labyrinth-type network
below.
So this is the Labyrinth, right?
Could be – thing is, authorities are preventing any further exploration, fuelling enough intrigue
for a whole Pharaoh’s dynasty…!
The truth is out there… or down there?
4.
That’s a Wrap
Though people don’t know a lot about Ancient Egypt, there are certain things everybody
knows about, hopefully.
Egypt is famous for its pyramids and also the mummies.
Examples have been found of mummies that don’t look the way you’d expect.
Take this one in the Louvre museum in Paris.
It’s an exhibit in the long-established Department of Egyptian Antiquities, which
is made up of an impressive 30 rooms showcasing all manner of finds.
Believed to be male and middle class, the figure apparently dates from 305 BC – 30 BC,
otherwise known as the Ptolemaic period.
Check out the head.
It’s wrapped in a geometric square pattern, which is not what you expect from a mummy.
He makes the others look kinda boring by comparison, right?
He also has an apron round his legs and a religious casing on his feet.
We owe modern interest in Egyptology to an unlikely source…
Napoleon.
His campaign in Egypt during the late 18th century brought in experts to examine the
relics of the past, sparking something called “Egyptomania”.
This led to major displays like the one we see in the Louvre.
And of course, the British Museum.
Another great example is the Liber Linteus in the Archaeological Museum of Zagreb, Croatia.
‘Liber Linteus’ translates as ‘Linen Book’ and refers to the wrappings which
were rather unceremoniously removed when the mummy was bought as a kind of talking point
for visitors.
In the Victorian era you could purchase mummies from who knows where and have unwrapping parties.
So in this case a man bought a mummy and put her in the corner of his sitting room.
That’ll put dinner guests off their food right there.
The wrapping wasn’t properly studied till years later, when it was found to contain
words from the ancient Etruscan language.
Eventually it was discovered to be a book of rituals, though why it was being recycled
as mummy wrap is still unknown…!
3.
The Dendera Light
While we believe the light bulb is a relatively modern invention, some commentators would
dispute this.
In fact they’d go so far as to say the Ancient Egyptians had access to a power source that
gave them things like electric light way before it was officially invented!
The thinking behind this lies in The Dendera Light, a stone relief found at the Temple
of Hathor.
The Temple is part of a complex in Dendera, a small town on the West Bank of the Nile.
If you look at the Dendera Light you’ll see a couple of Egyptian men and what looks
like a giant baseball bat with a snake inside it.
This is not a baseball bat, but according to some it looks like a modern day lamp!
Some basic research shows that this isn’t what it appears to be.
The official explanation is this depicts the rising sun.
The lamp is actually a lotus flower and the snake is Semataui, who was a snake god.
Semataui is supposed to represent the sun.
As for the bulb – or bat! – shape, this is probably intended to be what’s called the
womb of Nut.
Nut was a sky goddess, so if you put these elements together it seems less and less likely
we’re checking out a source of electricity here.
Having said that, no-one knows for sure what it is and it could mean something else entirely.
Maybe this is an Ancient Egyptian baseball game, with them coming up with the sport we
know and love thousands of years earlier.
I mean, it does still kind of look like a bat!
2.Exploding Pyramid
So I just mentioned a possible power supply in ancient Egypt.
But what if I told you about another theory on this subject that takes
place on a MUCH bigger scale?
It all revolves around that classic image we associate with the time… a pyramid.
The Egyptians are famous for their pyramids but so are many other cultures from around
the world, especially in central and south America.
It seem to be a common, human experience unless you talk to someone wearing a tinfoil hat!
For some people it’s a bit of a coincidence that advanced ancient civilizations would
use the same design…
Many have seized on this to mean all the pyramids had a higher purpose, namely conducting a
vast energy and using it for… well, who knows what?
Powering an electric light I guess.
I mean I have no idea!
An example that shows maybe there was an overload of sorts is the ruined, or ‘lost pyramid’
at Abu Rawash in Egypt.
It appears that 12,000 years ago, the Abu Rawash pyramid stood at over 213 m (700 ft),
making it taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza!
That’s if you believe it was actually finished.
Archaeologists think they just never completed the work, whereas others see it as the scene
of devastation following an explosion.
Some people propose that this pyramid was conducting energy but it got a bit out of
control and exploded!!
It’s a timely reminder to always check the amps before you plug in those lamps.
1.
The Building of the Pyramids
I know, we’ve talked a lot about pyramids but this is a video about Ancient Egypt!
What did you expect?
After many, many years, the question still is, how did the pyramids get built in the
first place?
The construction of these mighty structures is a matter of ongoing debate between pros
and amateurs alike.
They’re made of enormous blocks of stone.
How did the Egyptians move them, and more importantly how did they manage to lift them
to form the pyramid shape in the first place?
Part of the puzzle may have been solved by a physics team based at the University of
Amsterdam in 2014.
The experts think an old painting from around 1900 BC holds the answer, appearing to show
the desert sand getting wetted down before objects are dragged along on a sledge by nearly
200 men.
Told you those stones were heavy!
Wet sand naturally brings down friction making pyramid building a snap.
Well not a snap exactly.
The thing that would snap is your back if you tried to lift one of those stones…But
it could explain how they were able to work on these ancient wonders!!
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