#17 SUPERGIRL (1984) - (Worst Movies Ever #1) Helen Slater / Faye Dunnaway/ DC Cinematic Universe
We Need To Talk About Movies Podcast
A long time before DC Comics and Warner Bros were making incredibly dull and absurd attempts to grow the DC Cinematic Universe with uninteresting characters, complicated plotlines in overlong movie spin off's... no.... hang on.... they were doing exactly that! Join Nath and Trev for a hilarious discussion of this awful movie as they try to make sense of SUPERGIRL (1984) - https://amzn.to/3fyqUwOIn 1984, after the success of the ground-breaking Superman movies starring Christopher Reeves, producers The Salkind Brothers decided to make a gender shift to try and capitalise on the female gap in the superhero audience - but in director Jeannot Scwarc's Supergirl, their attempts only alienated their original audiences and degraded the franchise.SUPERGIRLDir - Jeannot ScwarcStarring - Helen Slater, Faye Dunnaway, Mia Farrow, Peter O'Toole and Peter CookCONTACT US to comment or suggest movies for discussion here -firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/weneedtotalkaboutmoviespodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wnmovietalk)
During GalaxyCon's Supergirl Q&A, Jeremy Jordan “Winn Schott”, Jesse Rath “Querl Dox/Brainiac -5”, Nicole Maines “Nia Nal/Dreamer”, and Helen Slater “Eliza Danvers” answer fan questions and dish about who messes up the mostOriginaly aired live on...
Smallville Day 1 GalaxyCon Q&A (Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Helen Slater, & Alessandro Juliani)
During Day 1 of GalaxyCon's Smallville weekend Tom Welling “Clark Kent”, Erica Durance “Lois Lane, Helen Slater “Lara -El”, and Alessandro Juliani “Dr. Emil Hamilton” all answer fan questions.Originally aired live September 12, 2020.To see more upcoming...
Helen Slater: How being 40+ is not an obstacle to success
That One Thing Podcast
Helen Slater is a coach and consultant to women over 40 is to discover a better way to live and work. Helping women over 40 to start and grow their wellness business with more confidence and ease, to stand out from the crowd and attract more ideal clients. Her One Thing includes an account of postnatal depression that some listeners may find triggering. Useful links for PND help: https://www.pandasfoundation.org.uk/ and https://www.tommys.org/pregnancy-information/im-pregnant/mental-wellbeing/specific-mental-health-conditions/postnatal-depression-pnd offer wonderful advice and support for Mums. Helen’s Insta post for stats of women over 40 https://www.instagram.com/p/CA4vWshnM7U/You can find out more about Helen’s work with new businesses here: https://www.helenslatercoaching.com/sawbfs-masterclassyou can also connect on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/%E2%9E%95-helen-slater-coaching-%E2%9E%95-5a492134/
I’m so excited to share this episode with you because I have a special guest talking about a very practical topic that we can all implement. Helen Slater is a Marketing and Life Coach with over 20 years of marketing experience, and she’s a huge advocate of gentle marketing (which is basically anti-hustle, following your own pace - aka the dream). She’s also a planning guru and has kindly shared the concept of 12 week planning and what it looks like in practical terms for VAs. She also shares her most valuable marketing advice for VAs, and it’s definitely not something you want to skip! Tune in to hear about: What 12 week planing actually looks like and how you can maximise it’s power How Helen carries out 12 week planning with her own VA The impact 12 week planning can have on you AND your clients PLUS the inside scoop on what VAs can do to improve their marketing
Episode #12-Q+A Panel with Erica Durance and Helen Slater.
The Podcast Of Steel
Earlier this year I was asked to host the Q+A panel at this year's Superman Celebration. Originally it was only meant to be 45 minutes but it actually ended up being an hour. I was vey grateful to the amazing audience as they aked some amazing questions.So, make yourself a hot drink, sit back, relax and listen to the story of how I met Lois Lane and Supergirl...
Helen Slater won the role of Supergirl in 1984 fresh out of New York City’s High School of the Performing Arts. Now she’s playing Melissa Benoist’s mother in the newest incarnation of Supergirl on the CW network. In between she’s had many experiences in and out of show business which she was only too happy to share with Leonard and Jessie (who fell in love with her in The Legend of Billie Jean). Our favorite: a memorable conversation with costar Peter O’Toole.
Supergirl VS The Glass Ceiling - The Overdue Female Superheros W/ Helen Slater
Saturday Morning Cereal
Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the 'toons, tuning out the rest of the world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. This episode we talk female superhero movies, and why are there, like, THREE of them? After THIRTY FIVE YEARS?!Dan 'Grim' Shea, Marke, and Jimmy The Gent discuss how, for three decades, the only true attempt at a bonafide blockbuster female-lead superhero flick was 1984's Supergirl, starring our guest today Helen Slater. And also how that one, like more than a few big screen superhero attempts back in the 80s, did not exactly find the winning formula. If you haven't seen it since you were a child, don't ruin it by going back to watch it again -- let us ruin it for you instead with a painful walk down celluloid memory lane! With such promise on the Hollywood horizon after the success of actually good superheroine movies like Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel we are inspired and hopeful, and with that in mind we can celebrate how some movies can be dumb regardless of gender. Hallelujah.Also featuring Marke's roundtable interview with Helen Slater herself (The Legend of Billie Jean, Smallville, The CW's Supergirl), recorded at the 2018 San Diego Comic Con for the upcoming 35th anniversary of the movie's release, just so you don't think it's three clueless males blindly bemoaning systemic sexism in mainstream movies for, like, the entire show...Bonus preview of WonderCon 2019 and a new season of comic-convention madness...