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Glen Mazzara 16h
Replying to @audreyalison
No need to thank me. We’re all in this together.
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Cheo Hodari Coker Oct 20
A lot memories. A lot of individual thank you calls to make. Just want to say thank you to Marvel, Netflix, the best Writer’s room, cast, crew, the Midnight Hour, all those who graced the stage at Harlem’s Paradise and the most incredible fan base in the world. Forward always...
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Glen Mazzara 17h
Replying to @elizabethkarr
Thanks. Really fun panel.
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Glen Mazzara 17h
An example of systemic sexism in Hollywood. DGA, the ball’s in your court.
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Glen Mazzara Oct 19
I just do.
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Glen Mazzara Oct 19
I'm very down with this.
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Adam Grant Oct 19
The pen may not be mightier than the sword, but its ink lasts longer. Actions can change lives. Beliefs can change actions. Books can change beliefs.
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The Shattered Shield Oct 17
Watching "Cupid & Psycho" right now for next weeks episode. making her debut. It was these "Good Dad Vic" moments that got me on his side.
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Elizabeth Karr Oct 17
Kamil Oshusandara's insights on horror from a cultural perspective were dead on. No pun intended. Glen Mazzara on the challenges of writing horror for TV with act breaks illuminating.…
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Glen Mazzara Oct 17
The Dawn of Television Promised Diversity. Here’s Why We Got “Leave It to Beaver” Instead | History | Smithsonian
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Barack Obama Oct 17
The last presidential election turned on fewer than 100,000 votes in three states. More people go to Coachella. There’s no good excuse not to vote. Head over to to check your registration, get your absentee ballot, and find out where to vote on November 6.
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Gennifer Hutchison Oct 17
Here’s the thing. Producers and studios, if they are really serious about hiring women directors, need to work on fostering talent that has been overlooked rather than simply chasing the overbooked few female directors. You have to take chances on new voices to achieve parity.
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Tananarive Due Oct 16
The Good House is on this list! "Due is particularly talented at showing how those human flaws are transformed into structural damage." (It finally got reviewed in the NY Times.) | Before Watching ‘The Haunting of Hill House,’ Read These 13 Haunted Books
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Stephen King Oct 16
THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, revised and remodeled by Mike Flanagan. I don't usually care for this kind of revisionism, but this is great. Close to a work of genius, really. I think Shirley Jackson would approve, but who knows for sure.
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Glen Mazzara Oct 16
Just discovered Don't @ Me podcast with Really smart & fun. Check it out.
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Becca Noble Oct 16
The crazy thing about is that just listening to people talk about ghosts (the woman who lost her husband in ep 1) is just as horrifying as seeing them. That’s some seriously great horror writing. 👻
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Adam Grant Oct 16
If your motivation is to be the boss, you’re on your way to becoming a bad boss. Good bosses don’t crave power. They share power.
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Glen Mazzara Oct 15
I'm halfway through & really digging it. Excellent acting across the board. Well done,
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Adam Grant Oct 15
Humility makes us less likely to become leaders but more likely to be effective leaders. Instead of falling for narcissists who aggrandize themselves and degrade others, bet on humble leaders who criticize themselves and praise others. :
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Adam Grant Oct 14
Shallow thinkers watch the news. Deep thinkers read about ideas. Shallow thinkers favor one-sided arguments. Deep thinkers welcome contradictions. Shallow thinkers reach wide audiences with simple aphorisms. Deep thinkers sometimes do too.
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