He wakes up at 2:30 in the morning. He goes to bed at 7:30 at night. And he does a million things (church, golf, freezing his body to -232 degrees) in between. Mark Wahlberg’s day is insane. So I tried it.
All jokes aside, two bits of advice: don’t walk near elementary schools alone with a camera when kids are present, and do try cryotherapy; all my muscles felt amazing right away.
Episode airs Sunday, August 19, at 9 P.M. on, obviously, ABC and I get to play with Jon Lovitz and Bobby Moynihan. Make sure to watch but if you miss it, I’ll be updating on here of course. And follow me @mikejanela on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for updates as they happen there too.
For like 25 years, the only Broadway show I’d ever seen was C.A.T.S. — which I went to on a sixth grade field trip.
But since I moved to New York back in 2010, I’ve actually gotten really into theater…when I can afford tickets or go for free, obviously. In just the last couple months, I’ve seen Aladdin, A Bronx Tale, Frozen, and Hamilton, so yeah, I’m on a bit of kick.
Which made it really cool to cover the Tony Awards for The Hollywood Reporter. From Robert De Niro F-bombs to Mean Girls making the kind of history no show wants, here’s everything you need to know from the biggest night on Broadway.
If anybody’s got the Springsteen on Broadwayhookup, there’s a comments section right under this k thanks.
He’s the biggest guest in show history and talking about a lot more than Pitch Perfect. Skylar Astin shares how he was guilted into doing the pod (2:45), the only times he doesn’t like taking pictures with fans (9:17), when he knew acting was his meal ticket (18:45), what’s most fun between theater/TV/movies (28:12), breaking his own golden rule to meet Anna Camp (35:44), and if Anna watches WWE with him (42:22). Then the guys trade their drunkest stories (52:43) and Skylar answers the Fun Five (57:51).
Listen and you’ll learn fun facts like the first wedding Skylar ever attended was “Macho Man” Randy Savage to Miss Elizabeth.