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Bob Hoskins

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Latest 1 May 2021 | Updated Daily

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S04E08 [158]: Bob Hoskins jako Wolverine, co z filmowym Spawnem i gdańska kiełbasa w Z archiwum X

NIGHTSLIME

Kolejny odcinek Nightslime to zapis luźnej, trwającej blisko czterdzieści minut rozmowy, którą rozpoczynamy od rozważań na temat Wovlerine'a i tego, czy Bob Hoskins (znany chociażby z "Kto wrobił Królika Rogera", ale również ze znacznie brutalniejszego "Długiego Wielkiego Piątku") sprawdziłby się w tej roli, a kończymy na wspominaniu magii śmierdzącego popcornem multipleksu, do którego od blisko roku nie mogliśmy zajrzeć.Będzie również o Glennie Danzigu, jego przymiarkach do roli Wolverine'a oraz rozkręcającej się karierze pod szyldem "Tommy Wiseau kina grozy"; o tym, czy Nick Fury w ciekawszy sposób stracił oko w filmie, czy w komiksie; kiedy Keanu Reeves zagra w filmie Marvela; czy David Duchovny powróci jeszcze do roli Foxa Muldera; czy wreszcie doczekamy się filmu o Spawnie i czy będzie w nim przypominał Michaela Myersa. Patronami dzisiejszego odcinka są:Kacper Ziemianin, Paweł Jaksik, Jakub Kraszewski i Krzysztof Sieja.

38mins

15 Feb 2021

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Bob Hoskins' Thong : The Fetishisation of the Working Class.

Anomie: Anarchy in the 21st Century

Hey up lads, this week we discuss how the working class of the UK are seen by the media and beyond. We talk about how you can be a landlord and still be counted as part of the proletariat, how politicians inauthentically represent themselves as authentic, and why Blur are so bad.

41mins

25 Oct 2020

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Episode 54: Prog Rock, Gynophobia, and Bob Hoskins, Oh My! - Grappling with Pink Floyd: The Wall (Special Guest: Cole MacDougall)

Sequel Decay

This week, Chris, Stefan, and Brandon continue to desecrate the name and concept of their own show even more by discussing Pink Floyd with the help of special guest Cole MacDougall! They discuss the early years of the band, the significance of Syd Barrett in their work, their dissection of the ‘70s political landscape in the UK with Animals, and eventually how it all connected to bring their masterpiece, The Wall, to life. They also touch on how the album and subsequent movie impacted them, its relevance to today’s current social and political climate, and they try to have a few laughs along the way.  ***  Please consider donating to any of these bail funds in this Google Doc if you can:  https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1fb2cioBcCO47L_oGPsjdGVWDAc3RTHU2tIpDtekWKs0/mobilebasic#heading=h.1xjoly1h25g3 Check here for more ways to donate, help, and support the cause: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/  Please support BLM in any way you possibly can. Just because it’s not as prevalent in the news cycle doesn’t mean the fight is over. Racism is still a major plague on our world and needs to be combated in any and every way possible.  ***  Mel Brooks, The Producers, and the Ethics of Satire about N@zis by Lindsay Ellis: https://youtu.be/62cPPSyoQkE ***  Leave a voice message at: https://anchor.fm/sequel-decay E-mail: sequeldecay@gmail.com       Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DecaySequel Follow Us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sequeldecay/?hl=af Like Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SequelDecay/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCunq81vQqDwoEVcXNPPzv5A Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sequel-decay Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sequeldecay Stefan’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/TruNoStroFree Brandon’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrandonPawlik Chris’ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rantaclaus97 Cole’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/acoledfront?s=21 The Adventures of Cole and Jacob on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkZ0IywmBw4WTzdoi-sq7hA--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sequel-decay/message

2hr 36mins

2 Oct 2020

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#171 Super Mario Bros (Nintendo, Bob Hoskins, John Leguizamo, Dennis Hopper)

Filmsmakarna Podcast

Förra veckan hade vi vårat s k "introduktionsavsnitt" där vi pratade mer generellt och allmänt om filmer baserade på TV-spel. I veckans avsnitt påbörjar vi våra djupdykningar i specifika filmer (som vi kommer göra i tre avsnitt framåt). Först ut är filmen baserad på allas våran favorit rörmokare. Vi pratar så klart om kultklassikern "Super Mario Bros."! Fram med era gröna och röda overaller samt proppa i er massvis med svamp, för nu blir det åka av! Super Mario Bros. (1993): "Rörmokarna och bröderna Mario (Bob Hoskins) och Luigi (John Leguizamo) upptäcker den onda ödlan King Koopa (Dennis Hopper) som har planer på att ta över jorden och utrota människorna. Nu måste de rädda den vackra prinsessan Daisy (Samantha Mathis), som Koopa kidnappat, för hon är den enda som kan rädda världen. De hamnar i ett parallellt universum där dinosaurierna fortsatte utvecklas." #SuperMarioBros #BobHoskins #JohnLeguizamo #DennisHopper #Nintendo Vår nya superlänk med alla våra plattformar: https://linktr.ee/creativemeltdownpodcast

1hr 28mins

7 May 2020

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Episode 49: Ride or Die Bob Hoskins

Altered State Podcast

Live from the quarantine chatroom. We talk all the pop culture goodness. Dig it.

1hr 21mins

5 Apr 2020

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Rosa Hoskins - Daughter of Legendary Hollywood Actor Bob Hoskins

Almost Famous

Bob Hoskins was a legendary Hollywood actor, famous for roles in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mona Lisa and Hook amongst many others. His writer and actor daughter Rosa Hoskins discusses what it was like growing up with him, what she learned from him and how hard it has been to get to grips with her grief after losing him.In Almost Famous, Barnaby Slater chats to guests who also grew up with famous family members and asks how it has affected their journeys through life. As well as the inevitably hilarious anecdotes from guests having been surrounded by the bizarre world of celebrity all their lives, Almost Famous is also a serious look at how people’s perception of fame differs from the reality, and an insight into how an upbringing so close to the transient world of celebrity can have a bearing on life choices, relationships and mental health.If you like what you hear please click the subscribe button, send us any thoughts or questions you have in the comments section and rate the podcast out of 5 stars. Thanks so much for listening!Follow Almost Famous on:Twitter: @podalmostfamousInstagram: almostfamousthepodcastMore info at www.almostfamousthepodcast.comEnquiries: almostpodcastfamous@gmail.comProducers: Emily James & Radioville (www.radioville.co.uk)Recorded at Big Kahuna Studios (https://bigkahunasound.co.uk/)Engineers: Scott Little and Gurdeep SinghMusic: BluntAbout Barnaby Slater (@barnabyslater):The presenter of this podcast, Barnaby Slater, is not famous. He's pleased about this. At least, he thinks he is. But Barnaby has spent his life surrounded by fame. His father had a couple of hits as lead singer of a band from Liverpool in the 60s (not The Beatles, alas). His mother got to number 2 in the pop charts in the 70s, something Barnaby's male school teachers never failed to remind him of when creepily talking about the posters they had of her on their adolescent bedroom walls. In the early 90s Barnaby's stepfather was Angus Deayton, then the most famous TV comedy panel show presenter in the country and labelled "TV's Mr Sex" by the newspapers.Barnaby is aware that this isn't your average upbringing and after not-nearly-enough therapy wants to speak to other people who have grown up around celebrity to see how it has affected their own journey through life. He's particularly keen to chat to those who have gone in to a similar field as their famous parents/siblings, as he often worried about the impact that being known as Angus Deayton’s stepson would have on his own career, for better or worse. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 9mins

10 Jan 2020

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Bob Hoskins

I Know That Face

On the latest episode of I Know That Face hosts Andrew and Stephen discuss the late Cockney legend Bob Hoskins. An Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Hoskins was well known for his sinister villains and anti-heroes in The Long Good Friday, The Cotton Club and Unleashed. That said, the actor's best work came when he was cast against type as the reluctant hero of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and the smitten, naive ex-con in Neil Jordan's Mona Lisa. Although Hoskins passed away in 2014 his work in both supporting and leading roles as well as his turn as Super Mario is fondly remembered. AndrewTwitter: @Andrew_Carroll0StephenTwitter: @StephenPorzioEdited by Charline FernandezTwitter: @charlinefernandI Know That FaceTwitter: @IKnowThatFaceP1Intro and Outro Music: No Boundaries (motorik groove) by Keshco.  LicenceFeatured Image Credit

40mins

2 Jan 2020

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Episode 7 - Transport, Autogeddon and Fire Eating with Bob Hoskins

School of Poetry

Dr Oliver Tearle hosts another episode of 'School of Poetry', and is joined by returning guests Dr Sarah Parker and Dr Andrew Dix. The trio discusses transport poetry, including 'Ballade of an Omnibus' by Amy Levy, Heathcote Williams's 'Autogeddon', some interesting entries from Henry David Thoreau... and the works of Hope Mirrlees. 

55mins

30 Oct 2019

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Episode 19: Mermaids (Starring Cher, Winona Ryder, Bob Hoskins)

She's Not Wrong

Get your hopes up about this movie having mythical creatures in it and join us as Abby forces Maggie to watch Mermaids!Follow us on Instagram!instagram.com/shesnotwrongSend us an email!shesnotwrong@gmail.comAnd don’t forget to Rate, Review, and Subscribe!

39mins

23 Oct 2019

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Pastor Bob Hoskins | One Hope

Connect Church Podcast

51mins

20 Jan 2019

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