Dorking Out – Episode 76 – The Golden Globe Nomination Shocker: Get Out is a Comedy! Edition

Dorking Out Podcast | © 2017 Dorking Out Show

Hey there, dorks. In today’s episode we talk about the Golden Globe nominations. Apparently, GET OUT is a comedy now. We have a lot of thoughts and feelings about this year’s nominations for movies and TV, including the lack of female directing nominees, no love for WONDER WOMAN and more. Also, we announce our new format for Season 3 of Dorking Out. You need to listen! Best Motion Picture, Drama “Call Me by Your Name” “Dunkirk” “The Post” “The Shape of Water” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy “The Disaster Artist” “Get Out” “The Greatest […]Read On »



POP SHOW PODCAST | © 2016 AssignmentX

Welcome back to another edition of the POP SHOW PODCAST starring Anthony C. Ferrante. This week we talk about a variety of interesting topics including budget aircraft and how award shows are all the same and boring while discussing the recent Golden Globes award show. We also look forward to the upcoming new season of TWIN PEAKS, how STAR WARS: REBELS is the best STAR WARS show that you are not watching and its connection to ROGUE ONE and a wrap-up of all the crazy gadgets that came out at this year’s 2017 CES trade show. This week Anthony (@acferrante) […]Read On »


DORKING OUT – Episode 29: The We Make the Golden Globes Good Edition

Dorking Out Show | © 2016 Chris Smith/Sonia Mansfield

Hey there, dorks. In this week’s podcast, we talk about Sunday night’s Golden Globe nominations. LA LA LAND won all the awards, but Meryl Streep won the night. We’re going to talk about our favorite and least favorite moments of the show, and share how the winners affect our Oscar picks, because we take our Oscar predictions VERY SERIOUSLY. Then Smith talks about the ridiculous exercise of giving awards to artistic achievements as though they were trophies at the end of a baseball season. You can’t score LA LA LAND or MANCHESTER BY THE SEA like box scores. He’s got some interesting […]Read On »


Dorking Out – Episode 26: The Star Wars Rogue One Review and Simple Descriptive Title Edition

Dorking Out Show | © 2016 Chris Smith/Sonia Mansfield

Hey there, dorks. In this week’s episode, we review a little indie movie you’ve probably never heard of called ROGUE ONE. Scott Daigle, a former Lucasfilm employee, joins us review one of the most anticipated movies of the year and discuss the wider world of STAR WARS. Then we chat about the recent Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe nominations, and how that will influence their Oscar picks. Sonia and Chris take their Oscar picks very seriously. You won’t want to miss it. We hope you enjoy our dorky podcast. You can listen to us here, or you can find us […]Read On »


Exclusive Photos from the Hollywood Foreign Press Installation Luncheon

Colin Farrell at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association Annual Installation Luncheon | ©2013 Sue Schneider

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) held their annual Installation Luncheon on August 13th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. This luncheon is to introduce the new officers and directors and the HFPA presented $1.6 million dollars in financial grants to film schools and non-profits and scholarship programs due to the success of the Golden Globes in January of this year. Theo Kingma, the new President of the HFPA welcomed the guests and announced the 2013 grant recipients. Eva Longoria was the emcee for this year’s luncheon. The grants were accepted by a list of star-studded actors, which included: Nicole Kidman […]Read On »


Interview: NASHVILLE star Hayden Panettiere chats about singing her heart out

Hayden Panettiere stars in NASHVILLE | (c) 2013 ABC/Jon Lemay

In ABC’s NASHVILLE, which airs Wednesday nights at 10 PM, up-and-coming crossover country music star Juliette Barnes, played by Hayden Panettiere, is locked into a rivalry with more traditional and established country icon Rayna Jaymes, played by Connie Britton. Both actresses were nominated for Golden Globes for their work on the Callie Khouri-created series, still in its first season. Juliette represents something of a departure for Panettiere. Although the New York-born actress has been a thespian since her early childhood and has also cut an album as a singer/composer, she is usually known for playing kindly and selfless characters – […]Read On »


Exclusive Interview: HOMELAND creators Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa talk Season 1

Damian Lewis and Claire Danes in HOMELAND - Season 1 | ©2011 Showtime

Showtime’s HOMELAND has just been nominated for a batch of Golden Globe Awards, including Drama Series, leading actress Claire Danes and leading actor Damian Lewis. Small wonder – the series, based on an Israeli drama called HATUFIM, has kept audiences riveted as Danes’ dedicated but unstable CIA agent Carrie Mathison tries to prove that Lewis’ former POW war hero Nicholas Brody has been turned by his captors and is planning a terrorist act on U.S. soil. HOMELAND executive producers Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa, who adapted the material for American television, aren’t exactly novices when it comes to making shows […]Read On »

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