Michael Uslan changed the entertainment industry, ushering in an era of film making that has dominated the box office for decades. Hear the story of how Batman went from the pages of comic books to a faithful film adaptation, why it took a decade to make happen, what standing up to a dean at Indiana University has to do with it, and why he's Batman's Batman. You wanna get nuts? C'mon. Let's get nuts on this episode of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Gamblers all have some crazy stories, but it's rare that they're also great storytellers. Vince Van Patten, however, *is* a great storyteller and has stories about crazy side bets that grew to tens of thousands of dollars before his card game would even start. What's it like to go from child stardom to the world of pro tennis, then on to professional gambler? This episode reveals all, just like the cameras that show you the cards on the table when watching poker on TV. Stephen, Matt, and Vince talking gambling are definitely three of a kind on this episode of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
The word "legend" is thrown around a lot these days, but the guests we assembled for this panel at LA Comic-Con truly embody the word. Each of them made a significant impact on Disney, Nickelodeon, and the world of animation at large. Floyd Norman started his career at Disney in the 1950, Tom Sito helped craft the Disney animation Renaissance of the 90s, Cheryl Chase was there at the dawn of Nickelodeon with the birth of Ren and Stimpy, and Oscar Nominated Director Doug Sweetland started at Pixar in the early days of Toy Story. Pull out your sketch pad and get animated with this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Out of paper? Out of stock? There's friendly faces around the block. Break loose from the chains that are causing you pain! Call Stephen, Matt, Mike, Sarah, and Glazer for your business paper needs! Dunder Mifflin: the people person's paper people! Yes that's right, The Night Time Show has SIX cast members from The Office on this weeks episode! Stanley, Meredith, Phyllis, Creed, Kevin, and Oscar join us on stage for the Office cast reunion at Los Angeles Comic Con in front of thousands of people. We loved recording this and we hope you enjoy listening to it! Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and share share share...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
I think music sounds the same no matter who you listen to it with, but Logan Henderson disagrees, which is why he sang Music Sounds Better With You for our live audience at the Dynasty Typewriter. He also sang Pull Me Deep, which sounds like what Jaws does when he gets a hold of your leg. Well, whatever it means, it sounded great, even without you there. Get ready for Logan Henderson on THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!