Posts Tagged ‘journalism’
Three guests AND two guest co-hosts join Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness this week to take on show business from all angles …
As Dean revealed on last week’s show, he will be acting in a new series. “Space Command” boasts a who’s who of sci-fi in its cast and is the brain child of acclaimed and prolific writer Marc Scott Zicree. Hear all about the project and Marc’s previous work (including various versions of “Star Trek” AND The Twilight Zone Companion), as he joins your friends in podcasting AND Combat Radio‘s Ethan Dettenmaier.
Then, just when you think this week’s show couldn’t get any more cool, the topic switches from behind the camera success to a stunning starlet, as Phil joins actor and author Mark Ryan to interview the luminous Cerina Vincent, star of such movies Cabin Fever, Not Another Teen Movie and the forthcoming MoniKa, as well as the co-author of the books How to Eat Like a Hot Chick and How to Love Like a Hot Chick. Trust us, Cerina is as refreshing a personality as you could hope to meet and the conversation is rather hilarious.
Finally, as if that weren’t enough, the subject turns to entertainment journalism with Robert Samo, who founded the site Fanboy Nation.
It’s a star-studded, all-hands on deck assault on your ears, hearts and funny-bones! It’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, after all …
Your Chillpak Hollywood Hour has been graced by the presence of fantastic guests all summer long and this week’s installment is an incredible first, featuring THREE guests on one show!
Regular listeners to the show will remember the lovely, talented, funny and engaging Catherine Annette. She’s back and she brought along her best friend, the hilarious and infectiously enthusiastic Madison Dylan.
Catherine and Madison both acted with your friend in podcasting, Dean Haglund, on the “Girls Gone Dead” episode of this year’s Cinemax sensation Femme Fatales.
Joining Catherine and Madison on this week’s show is Femme Fatales co-creator and executive producer Mark A. Altman, and Phil Leirness could not be more thrilled. You see, Mark was once one of the preeminent entertainment journalists in the business before becoming a truly exciting independent filmmaker (writing and producing one of Phil’s favorite indies of the ’90′s, the spectacular Free Enterprise). And now, of course, he is a television producer and writer, whose credits before Femme Fatales included Castle and Necessary Roughness.
Television, movies, entertainment journalism, swordplay, comic-con, William Shatner … A lot will be discussed on this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour.
To learn more about Femme Fatales, please visit the show’s Official Site.
A Chillpak Hollywood Hour first! An entire show dedicated to music, the music business, music distribution and music journalism. Eminent music journalist Yoshi Kato has seen a great deal of change in his twenty years of professional writing as well as in his current capacity at iTunes. He joins your friends in podcasting for an hour of fascinating conversation BEFORE turning the tables on Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness and putting to THEM three probing questions. Trust us, you won’t want to miss it! And why would you? It’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, after all!