413 | Mormons, Musical Theater and Belonging in America | Jake Johnson
Project Zion Podcast
Religion and musical theater have an undeniable impact on society and culture, but is there something that connects them to each other? In this episode, Jake Johnson shares some of his research exploring Restoration history, culture, and theology, and the connecting points with Americana musical theater. You can purchase Jake's first book, "Mormons, Musical theater and Belonging in America" here: https://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/35zqz6ys9780252042515.html
Jake Johnson’s ‘Weird Ride’ From Stoner Bro to Action Star and Back Again
The Last Laugh
Jake Johnson has run from dinosaurs with Chris Pratt, fought off mummies with Tom Cruise and embodied an alternate universe Spiderman. But for his latest project ‘Ride the Eagle,’ the actor has scaled things way back, teaming up with ‘New Girl’ director Trent O’Donnell to see if they could create a movie that is both safe to shoot during the pandemic and satisfying from a storytelling perspective. On this episode, Johnson breaks down how his experience in those blockbuster films have shaped his views on Hollywood, reveals how Cruise taught him the difference between “injured and hurt” and teases the future of his Peter B. Parker character from ‘Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse’Follow Jake Johnson on Instagram @mrjakejohnsonFollow Matt Wilstein on Twitter @mattwilsteinFollow The Last Laugh on Instagram @lastlaughpod Stream ‘Ride the Eagle’ on Amazon Prime Video Highlights from this episode and others at The Daily Beast.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Actor and writer Jake Johnson talks about the final scene of “Win It All”, when his character Eddie, after winning $100K, is carried out of an underground casino after believing he was having a heart attack. He also shares how growing up in Chicago influenced writing the movie, growing up with the Cubs, and how sports and gambling sometimes don’t mix. Jake also discusses some of his other roles including the voice of Peter B. Parker in “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse”, his new movie “Ride The Eagle”, and a tremendous story about meeting Prince on the set of “New Girl”.Season 2 episodes release every Wednesday. Hear them first on Amazon Music. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
F*** Everyone Else, (Except Simone Biles) Ft. Jake Johnson
Subscribe, Rate, Share, and Leave a Review!Subscribe to our youtube:barstool.link/KFCRADIO- Feitelberg's Salt Water Mouth Lube- New York is paying $100 to get the vax... $100 dollars.- Simone Biles and the twisties- Feitelberg needs your help writing a bio for him- Am I The Asshole - Voicemails- 01:36:20 Jake Johnson prepping for a role as a 70's pornographer, his background playing cards, Ride the Eagle, and much moreLet us know what you think on Twitter:@KFCRadio @KFCBarstool @Feitsbarstool @JNics415 @nickhammy5 @Joshua__DM @mikeypavss
Jake Johnson is a versatile guy who was inspired by the Second City troupe in Chicago, and set out to emulate them, first in New York and then in Los Angeles where he started landing movie and TV roles. Eventually he won a costarring role in New Girl with Zooey Deschanel and Max Greenfield. Leonard and Jessie discuss how each job—and personal connection—has led to other projects, from the modest indie Safety not Guaranteed to Jurassic World. His co-wrote his newest film, Ride the Eagle, with New Girl director-producer Trent O’Donnell, and you can see it On Demand and in theaters July 30. Jake’s positivity is a tribute to the creative spirit that even a pandemic couldn’t vanquish.
Jake Johnson (Keap Creative director) joins us to discuss the soul of branding, pandemic pivots, and finding the folks who’ll pay big for premium offerings “There were people like, "I can't believe you'd spend $30 to watch Mulan And those are people who just don't get it.”. We’ll also tackle one of the most overlooked growth killers, "promo fatigue". What does that mean?. Listen close, because too much attention to your audience may be driving away your current customer base. “There's only so many messages that consumers can get hit with before it becomes white noise.” Learn exactly why “getting folks in the door” could be your most dangerous move and when to spot the right and wrong time to commoditize your offerings.
User Experience Sans User Interface, with Jake Johnson
The Context Podcast
This Episode is brought to you by FMPerception and FMComparison.Jake Johnson is Director of Design at Angel City Data.Stuff we talk about:Apple Human Interface GuidelinesNo UI: how to build Transparent Interaction
The first Hollywood Handbook guest JAKE JOHNSON returns to ask The Boys what went wrong and to do press for his pilot. Also, check out all the shows The Boys are adding to their Patreon (including The Pro Version) at Patreon.com/TheFlagrantOnes.