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LUNCHTIME WITH ANA...


On December 22, 2021 much happened in my neck of the woods. First, it would have been my maternal grandmother's 120th birthday, Second, it was the public release of the film Matrix 4 (Resurrections), PLUS I was interviewed online with Ana Quinones on her show "Lunchtime with Ana."


The show turned out to be 90 minutes long, and I could have chatted even more. Here's special thanks to Ana for asking the right questions and then sitting back and being a great listener. A sampling of what was shared was about my books, a past and upcoming gig as Trinity, the film itself (even though I'm not in it), another film called "Love Song & Power," and much much more. Thanks again Ana!


Look for Ana on imdb, as she is establishing quite an entertainment repertoire herself. Due to her show many of us who have been a guest are credited on imdb as well. Triple thanks Ana!


The interview was a wonderful 90 minutes long, and I could have chatted even more. Here's special thanks to Ana for asking the right questions and then sitting back and being a great listener. A sampling of what was shared was about my books, a past and upcoming gig as Trinity, the film itself (even though I'm not in it), and about another film called "Love Song & Power" that Ana is in as well. Thanks again Ana!


Look for Ana on imdb, as she is establishing quite an entertainment repertoire herself. Due to her show, many of us who have been a guest are credited on imdb. Triple thanks Ana!


I always think I'm going to share every week or so, but before I know it weeks have passed. In addition to the above the past weeks have kept me busy with Christmas, flying to Las Vegas to visit family... I think that's plenty! Don't you? Feel free to share your latest holiday or entertainment news; I look forward.


By the way, I did not go to the theater to view the new Matrix film, instead I was able to enjoy it on HBO Max. However, I did visit a theater asking for promo items, of which they had none, and people gave me a second look - the theater's manager said, "You look like 'her.'" Of course, I liked that.










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