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In the age of the self-taped audition, actors have the power to make a lasting impact with casting directors and directors through their audition videos filmed at home or in an acting studio. But what is the formula for a great self-taped audition? Actor and Coach Jordan Woods-Robinson (The Walking Dead, Homeland, Blue Man Group) shares on-camera audition techniques, acting tips, industry insights, and interviews with fellow actors and casting directors in order to better understand the on-c ...
 
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Welcome to the Superhero Slate review of Bloodshot! Can Vin Diesel's continued efforts at low-key superhero roles finally be a success? How did this movie get Iron Man 3's villain? Why should you watch Bloodshot during the quarantine? Find out all these questions and more! Superhero Slate Review of Bloodshot (2020) Spoilers (12:20) Follow Superhero…
 
Welcome to the Superhero Slate Birds of Prey review! Will people be flocking to this movie to see the team up? Is Harley Quinn capable of holding a leading role? Why do we all want a bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast sandwich now? $34 million opening, lowest since Jonah Hex (2010), less than Green Lantern (2011) Same opening as LEGO Movie 2 last yea…
 
Welcome to the Superhero Slate Wrap Up Review of 2019, the past 10 years of Superhero Movies, and looking forward to the future! Superhero Slate Reviews this year include: Alita: Battle Angel Captain Marvel Shazam! Hellboy Avengers: Endgame Dark Phoenix Spider-Man: Far From Home Joker Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Pokemon Detective Pikachu Other…
 
Superhero Slate breaks the force dyad and has a clash for the ages reviewing Star Wars; The Rise of Skywalker! Does the Disney-era Star Wars films end on a high or low note? Will we ever find out why Rey is so strong in the force? Can you join the Sith Army and get that sweet red outfit? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Su…
 
If you have any school-aged children in your life, you know that lockdown and active shooter drills have become a routine part of their school experience. These drills now take place in 95 percent of American schools. What you’re about to hear is a collaboration between Slate and The Trace, a nonprofit newsroom covering gun violence in the United S…
 
Superhero Slate puts on a happy face and dances into our review for Joker (2019)! Is the latest DC film enough to turn our frowns upside down? Is this comic book film adaptation worthy enough for an academy nomination? Who will really have the last laugh? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Review for Joker (2019) $93.5 milli…
 
Superhero Slate swings across the globe to review Spider-Man Far From Home! After the fallout of Endgame, will Spider-Man be able to save the world, again? Does the introduction of Mysterio open up the MCU to a lot of new potentials? Does anyone else have a Peter tingle? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Review for Spider-M…
 
In this excerpt from the second bonus episode of The Queen, Dan Kois talks to Josh Levin about the process of writing the reporting-intensive book the podcast series is based on. They’re joined by a panel of three distinguished authors, who share their own lessons about what it takes to write a book-length investigation: David Grann, a New Yorker s…
 
Is it possible that Linda Taylor perpetrated one of the most infamous child abductions in American history? In this excerpt from the first bonus episode of The Queen, Josh Levin talks to Paul Joseph Fronczak about how Taylor could be connected to the April 1964 kidnapping of a 1-day-old boy born to Paul’s parents, Dora and Chester Fronczak. They al…
 
Superhero Slate is here for the final X-Men movie from Fox with Dark Phoenix! Will a Phoenix rise out of the ashes for the X-Men franchise? What twists and turns await us at the end of an era? Did you also get a pretzel when you went to the theater? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Review for Dark Phoenix (2019) Spoilers a…
 
Linda Taylor had a tendency to emerge from out of nowhere, upend everything in her path, then vanish without leaving a forwarding address. The final episode of The Queen focuses on two different stories about the lives Taylor changed. In one case, she helped a vulnerable family escape the degradations of the Jim Crow South. In the other, she kidnap…
 
A decade before she became known as the “welfare queen,” Linda Taylor put herself at the center of a different Chicago scandal. Upon the death of gambling kingpin Lawrence Wakefield, Taylor posed as the heir to his sizable fortune. The ensuing court proceeding was full of lies and surprise witnesses. That heirship hearing would ultimately reveal Ta…
 
In the 1970s, a pair of very different men fought to define Linda Taylor’s image. For presidential candidate Ronald Reagan, Taylor epitomized the brokenness of the federal bureaucracy and the broader trend of poor people getting rich off the public dime. Taylor’s defense lawyer, the civil rights attorney R. Eugene Pincham, believed she was a scapeg…
 
Linda Taylor became the “welfare queen” in 1974 when the Chicago Tribune publicized her outrageous exploits. The reporter who introduced her to the world was a Pulitzer Prize winner named George Bliss. He stumbled into the Taylor story while investigating waste and fraud in the public aid system, and his fixation on a single welfare recipient may h…
 
Linda Taylor was a con artist, a kidnapper, maybe even a murderer. She was also America’s original “welfare queen,” the villain Ronald Reagan needed to create a vision of a country being taken advantage of by its poorest citizens. In The Queen, Josh Levin reveals the never-before-told story of a woman whose singular life was forgotten in the rush t…
 
A standalone episode about one of the voices featured in our series who is introduced to listeners as an expert but who goes through his own harrowing experience with the system when he’s sent to Rikers a few days shy of completing his parole. We document his ordeal and its surprising aftermath. Additional music for this episode by Lee Rosevere. Le…
 
Superhero Slate is solving the case of the best video game movie adaptation! Is Detective Pikachu the answer to that search? Are lifelike Pokémon the next big franchise? How many cups of coffee does Pikachu drink? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Review for Detective Pikachu (2019) Spoilers at (14:50) Plugs (33:30) Email u…
 
Tarari enters a diversion program which saves him from jail but puts his life — and the lives of other defendants like him — on a knife’s edge. We hear from social workers who run the program about the many ethical quandaries of trying to help their clients inside of a system built to punish them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f…
 
Tarari faces a very long prison sentence before he’s offered the chance at mercy — with many strings attached. An episode from Eric’s past comes back to haunt him as he campaigns for D.A. and thinks through the consequences of extending mercy to people like Tarari. Additional music for this episode by Lee Rosevere. Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
Superhero Slate is out of the Endgame now! Is Avengers Endgame the ultimate finale to 11 years and 22 movies of cinematic magic? Can the film juggle dozens of characters properly? Can our high expectations be met, even conquered? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Review for Avengers Endgame (2019) Spoilers at (8:20) Plugs (…
 
This is a free preview of a Slate Plus bonus episode of Charged. Only Slate Plus members get an additional episode of Charged every week, diving deeper into the legal issues discussed on the show. To listen to the rest of the bonus episodes this season, join Slate Plus at slate.com/charged. In this first bonus episode of Charged, host Emily Bazelon…
 
The mayor of New York deals with a big political problem by creating a new court in Brooklyn. Two men, born 25 years and a few blocks apart in Brooklyn, take entirely different paths to meet at that court—one as a defendant and the other as the district attorney. This episode is sponsored by Audible. Start listening with a 30-day Audible trial and …
 
Superhero Slate is on the highway to Hellboy! Is the reboot a true interpretation of the Hellboy comic series? Is this an unnecessary cash grab, that ultimately fails to get any footing? Are we sure this isn't just another Resident Evil movie? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Review for Hellboy (2019) Spoilers at 6:00 Plug…
 
Superhero Slate wants you to say our name, after watching SHAZAM! Does Billy Batson use all the powers given to him for good or just to be a YouTube sensation? Are the trailers enough to make this movie a must see or a hard pass? Can you figure out what all the letters in SHAZAM stand for? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! …
 
Superhero Slate is representing at C2E2 2019 in Chicago, and we're bringing you a SPOILER FILLED round table episode review of Shazam! Enjoy Chris and guests Adam Niemiec, Brian Smith, Greg Cunningham, and Roberto Mantica as they discuss DC's newest superhero film. Excuse the mess as we record in an AirBNB and ramble about our adventure through Sha…
 
Superhero Slate is going higher, further, faster breaking down what we thought of Captain Marvel! How does Carol Danvers come to be the most powerful superhero in the MCU? What twists and turns are hidden in this cosmic movie affair? Will you ever be able to trust an orange cat again? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Revie…
 
Superhero Slate has joined the inaugural class of The Umbrella Academy! Do all people with superpowers have to be heroes? Can this weird, unconventional family resolve their past problems? Which of the 7 members is our favorite? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review episode! Spoilers Start at 9:35 Plugs Email us your questions and revie…
 
Superhero Slate has watched two of the most anticipated movies of February 2019 with LEGO Movie Part 2 and Alita Battle Angel! Does the LEGO Movie Part 2 prove that everything is awesome? Can Alita Battle Angel her way into our hearts? Find out all our thoughts and more in this double review episode! Spoilers Start at: Lego Movie 2: The Second Part…
 
Superhero Slate is here to review DC's latest with Aquaman! Is Jason Momoa enough to make Aquaman cool? Will the only DC film of 2018 float to the top? What does it take to be an Ocean master? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review! This podcast contains spoilers starting at 13:20 Superhero Slate Review for Aquaman Email us your question…
 
Superhero Slate is here to review Sony's latest iteration of Spider-Man with Into the Spider-verse! Is Miles Morales and his crew of alternate Spider-Men good enough? How does this animation method stack up against everything else? Will anyone ever know all of the lyrics to the song Sunflower? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review! This…
 
In the final episode of Standoff, our narrative miniseries on the story of Ruby Ridge, host Ruth Graham recaps the prosecution of Randy Weaver and Kevin Harris, and explores how the story of the standoff became legendary among the modern far right. Slate Plus members get a bonus episode of Standoff each week. Sign up for Slate Plus at slate.com/sta…
 
Host Ruth Graham describes what happens for the bulk of the 11-day siege on the Weaver family property. As the surviving Weavers stayed holed up inside their cabin, their story attracted droves of supporters and rabble-rousers to rural Idaho. Slate Plus members get a bonus episode of Standoff each week. Sign up for Slate Plus at slate.com/standoff.…
 
Sociologist James Aho offers more on the The Order, a white supremacist group that went on a violent crime spree in the 1980s, and historian Kathleen Belew describes the role women played within white power movements. To join Slate Plus, sign up at slate.com/standoff. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Randy and Vicki Weaver moved their family to a remote Idaho cabin. They feared their world would be destroyed in an apocalyptic confrontation with the federal government. They were right. In this first episode of our new narrative miniseries Standoff, host Ruth Graham explores the ideologies and influences that led to the deadly siege at Ruby Ridge…
 
In 1992, hundreds of armed federal agents surrounded a family of white separatists in a ramshackle mountaintop cabin. Eleven days later, three people were dead—and the story of Ruby Ridge was just beginning. Journalist Ruth Graham explores a tragedy that’s become a foundational myth for the modern right, and finds some frightening lessons about pow…
 
Superhero Slate is here to review the movie that no one was asking for with VENOM! Did Venom deliver on his first solo outing? How can Tom Hardy elevate a movie that has a lot of uphill walking to do? Did this movie do better than Spider-Man 3 or is it just a turd in the wind? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review! This podcast contains…
 
Superhero Slate is here to review the biggest little sequel Marvel has ever made with Ant-Man and the Wasp! Did Ant-Man need a follow up movie to his first solo outing? How did Scott get out of his trouble with the government from Civil War? Is there a Hope for this movie's technical mumbo jumbo? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review! T…
 
Superfans, get your super suits because we have the Superhero Slate review of The Incredibles 2! Have the 14 years since the first Incredibles film hurt the sequel? Is it a STRETCH to think Elastigirl is the best character? Can Mr. Incredible handle babysitting Jack-jack? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review! This podcast contains spoi…
 
Set your blasters for stun in the Superhero Slate review of Solo: A Star Wars Story! Can a young Han Solo movie entertain us? How does the Millennium Falcon look different later on? Does he make the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review! This podcast contains spoilers starting at 12:00 Superhero Slate Review fo…
 
Get your chimichangas ready for the Superhero Slate review of Deadpool 2! Can the sequel to the first Deadpool movie be just as funny? Is Cable Josh Brolin's best performance? Who is Black Tom Cassidy? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review! This podcast contains spoilers starting at 13:10 Superhero Slate Review for Deadpool 2 Email us y…
 
This is the Superhero Slate review for Avengers: Infinity War! Does 10 years of watching the Marvel Cinematic Universe pay off? Will this movie make you laugh, cry, or both? Where the heck is that Soul Stone? Find out all our thoughts and more in this review! This podcast contains spoilers starting at 12:30 Superhero Slate Review for Avengers: Infi…
 
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