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Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Goldstein’

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 Trailer Released

Sony Pictures Animation has released the official trailer for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. We’ve embedded the trailer above–what do you think?

Here’s more from Deadline: “It’s directed by Cody Cameron and Kris Pearn from a script by John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein and Erica Rivinoja. Bill HaderAnna FarisNeil Patrick HarrisTerry Crews, Will Forte, Andy Samberg, Kristen Schaal, and James Caan, among others provide voices for the movie that Sony will release September 27th.”

The first movie came out back in 2009; it’s based on Judy Bartlett‘s popular picture book which shares the same title. Simon & Schuster’s Atheneum Books for Young Readers imprint published it in 1978 and also released the sequel, Pickles in Pittsburgh, in 1997. A third book entitled Planet of the Pies will hit bookstores in August 2013.

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Ira Glass Sex Tape Spoof Earns 92,000 Views

What if This American Life dedicated an episode to sex tapes? Julian Joslin and Michael Grinspan created a hilarious and fairly tame satire of the show (embedded above).

“This American Laugh” spoofs famous style of Ira Glass, imagining an episode where the writer and host tries to make a sex tape. Joslin spliced together a Glass impersonation with real audio from NPR personalities. It has already earned more than 92,000 views.

The Huffington Post has more about the video: “The result is a barbed love letter to public radio’s self-seriousness, with a familiar cast of characters that includes Alex Bloomberg, Jonathan Goldstein and Terry Gross, who’s kind of the co-star. To conjure the supporting characters, Joslin trolled NPR footage, splicing Gross from nine ‘Fresh Air’ episodes including interviews with Jay-Z, Gene Simmons, Woody Allen, a dominatrix of unknown provenance and Keith Richards. Goldstein’s and Bloomberg’s sound bytes come largely from the ‘Testosterone’ episode of ‘This American Life.’”