Actress Jamie Lee Curtis Talks About Nightmares From Filming 'Halloween' + Famous Restaurant Slogan Game! + The Most Played Country Artists of 2021...So Far
The Bobby Bones Show
Bobby talks to actress Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween, Knives Out, Freaky Friday) about her most famous roles, if she gets nightmares while filming horror movies and her new project. Bobby gives everyone the slogan from a restaurant…they just must name who it’s from. Bobby shares a list of the most played artists at country radio so far in 2021. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jamie Lee Curtis & Remember All Those '90s Summer Movies?
PEOPLE in the '90s
From Total Recall to Titanic to all those July 4th Will Smith movies, we’re talking 90s summer blockbusters. (The ones without sequels.) Then we talk to Jamie Lee Curtis about her PEOPLE cover story from August 22, 1994. She explains why she'll never write a memoir, but does kindly take us behind the scenes of her own major '90s hit True Lies and explains why she thought she wasn't going to have much of a career past 1995. And as for her iconic strip tease in front of Arnold Schwarzenegger? Choreographed it herself. (Her dress at this year's Golden Globes? She says she paid for it herself.) Oh, and remember the Snapple Lady?
Let's talk about your favorite milf: Jamie Lee Curtis. In this episode we talk about our favorite fictional therapist and what it truly means to seek out help when you need it most. If you want to join and talk about your favorite milf, drop us a message on Instagram (@catsmilfsandlesbianthings) or on Twitter (@cmlesbianthings). We want to hear from you!
Ep 21 True Lies (movie review of the 1994 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis)
The Screen Protectors
This week on The Screen Protectors you're going to want to stand up and beg for buttermilk because we're talking about True Lies! Graham and Stephen talk about one of James Cameron's funniest action flicks. We finally decide who is better Arnold or Stallone, decide what our cover jobs would be as secret agents and Graham puts on a show with one of the most memorable Arnold impersonations out there. Let us know what you think on our social media: Follow us on Twitter: @TSProtectorsFollow us on Facebook: The Screen ProtectorsFollow us on Instagram: the_screen_protectors
Welcome to JLGB Virtual: We Are Live, our new podcast series spreading the content of our evening shows. In this episode, we speak to comedy and acting legends Jamie Lee Curtis, actress, author and activist and her husband, composer and writer, Christopher Guest!As part of JLGB's recent adjustments to the Coronavirus lockdown, we have been helping parents and young people stay entertained and active, all online! In order to adapt our delivery to the government restrictions, on the 23rd of March we launched JLGB Virtual, which runs every Monday-Thursday evening. This is our way of ensuring that we can continue to delight, inform and entertain young people so that they can have fun, learn new skills and make a difference. Sessions include skills like magic, upcycling and coding, physical activities and, the focus of this podcast series, interviews with expert speakers from a range of backgrounds including famous actors, social entrepreneurs, government ministers and more!
1980 was a busy year for Jamie Lee Curtis, with three movies in a row (all shot the previous year) cementing her status as a "Scream Queen" after her iconic turn in HALLOWEEN (1978). Having covered that film in an archive episode of our previous podcast, DOCTOR OF THE DEAD, and one of the 1980s films – THE FOG – in episode 3 of this show, Natalie and Arnold now turn their attention to the other two 1980 slashfests starring Curtis: PROM NIGHT and TERROR TRAIN! As a bonus, they also chat about the 2008 remake of PROM NIGHT, so get ready for the big night by practicing your disco moves, brushing up on your close-up magic, and rehearsing that thing you do!And remember, when you're listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house...is YOU!Show Music: "Cemetery Dance" by The Vivisectors.Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at email@example.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.
In this episode while Mel & Jon explore the O'Fallon Brewing Pumpkin Pack AND a low-key low-carb IPA from Dogfish Head, they ponder the bigger questions everyone is wanting to know. Can Chads have beards? What the hell is mouthfeel?? What celebrity look-a-likes are coming around the corner? And much much more.
Zibby was thrilled to talk with Jamie Lee Curtis, who has contributed so much to so many different areas in the artistic world. Jamie and Zibby chatted about Letters from Camp, her recent and delightful Audible Original, sleepaway camp, nostalgia, telling the truth about ourselves, and giving back. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.