Whatcha Gonna Do? The Hulk Hogan Movie Podcast
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Wrestling. Movies. Television shows. Endorsements. Public family struggles. Groundbreaking legal cases. Through it all, Hulk Hogan has been a household name for 3 decades. Clint and Jacob are here to find out why. Join them on a journey of exhaustive research as they fight for the rights of every man.
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40 - When It Looks More like Louis XV to Us
4 days ago
Last episode, we narrowly escaped a hammerhead upside our fishbrain noggins. This week, we brave that danger once again to cover an early version of the No Holds Barred screenplay – a version written by Bronco Billy’s own Dennis Hackin. And just like the theatrical version, these early scenes are a pulse-pounding thrill ride. In fact, this week, we witness not one but two corporate strategy meetings (the third and fourth of the screenplay so far), a discussion of French antiques, the art of salary negotiation, and perhaps the most iconic scene of No Holds Barred. And as always, in comparing this Dennis Hackin draft of the screenplay to the rewrite penned by Hulk Hogan and Vince McMahon, we search for clues into the authorial method, the madness, or perhaps the overwhelming emptiness at the core of these two titans of sports entertainment. Follow us on Twitter @WGDPod Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WGDPod Email us at WGDPod@gmail.com Theme music: “Find My Way” by Magnolia Brown Follow Magnolia Brown on Facebook (facebook.com/MagnoliaBrownJams) and Reverb Nation (ReverbNation.com/MagnoliaBrownJams)