Watch this exclusive Mr. Media interview with documentary filmmaker Jeremy Whelehan, director of Now: In the Wings on the World Stage starring Kevin Spacey as Richard III, by clicking on the video player above! Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of Equity Card-carrying Shakespearean actors who don’t approve of anyone’s version... Continue Reading →
Sometimes this job I've created for myself is just too fun. I hope you enjoy this Mr. Media promo recorded by "Breaking Bad" star Mark Margolis (Hector "Tio" Salamanca) as much as I did. And please share it with your friends! The Party Authority in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland!
Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of mouth breathers, ear wagglers, toe tappers and other social malcontents who envy Mark Margolis and his cheek twitches and ding-dong… in the NEW new media capital of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida! There are at least three elements to an award winning acting performance:... Continue Reading →
Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of made men who wouldn’t kill as many people if they had to clean up after themselves… in the NEW new media capital of the world, St. Petersburg, Florida! The danger of writing the “Ultimate Book” of anything is if you wind up demonstrating... Continue Reading →
Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of men with some pretty crazy ideas about where they need plastic surgery… in the new new media capital of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida! By Eric Deggans The Feed (Joan Rivers died on September 4, 2014 following complications from vocal chord surgery. She was 81.... Continue Reading →
One of the delightful surprises of last spring’s crop of replacement TV shows was a quiet little romantic comedy called “Castle” on ABC. It stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, a police procedural novelist who gets permission to hang around with an NYPD homicide detective, Kate Beckett, played by the beautiful Stana Katic. The... Continue Reading →
Today's Guest: Robert Hofler, author, Variety's The Movie That Changed My Life Nobody asked, but here are a couple of the movies that changed my life: The Out-of-Towners with Jack Lemmon. The first movie I ever saw at a drive-in with my parents. Scared me out of New York City for years. Superman with... Continue Reading →
My favorite book in the 1970s was Serpico by Peter Maas, the story of a New York City cop who seemingly single-handedly fought the force of corruption in the city’s police department. I read all the books of that genre in that era, from Supercops to The Valachi Papers and The French Connection. One... Continue Reading →