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Barack After Dark™: DreamWorks And Barack Hussein Obama


By Jueseppi B.




President Obama Speaks on the Economy

November 26, 2013 | 25:15 |Public Domain


President Obama delivers remarks on the economy at the DreamWorks Animation facility in Glendale, California. The American motion picture and television industry is a growing industry, and continues to create thousands of jobs across the country.

















President Obama reacts to hearing his remarks used as the voice for an animated character during a tour of the recording studio at DreamWorks Animation studios in Glendale on Tuesday. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP / November 26, 2013) http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/politicsnow/la-pn-president-obama-dreamworks-20131126,0,4482718.story#ixzz2lowaoMiS

President Obama reacts to hearing his remarks used as the voice for an animated character during a tour of the recording studio at DreamWorks Animation studios in Glendale on Tuesday. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP / November 26, 2013)




Steve Martin And President Obama Greet With Elbow Bump At DreamWorks Studios


Published on Nov 26, 2013

President Barack Obama tours DreamWorks Studios Tuesday and meets up with actors Steve Martin and Jim Parsons.

President Obama bumps arms with actor Steve Martin, as actor actor Jim Parsons watches at right, during the president’s tour of the Recording studio at DreamWorks Studios in Glendale. The actors where rehearsing for the upcoming animated movie ‘Home’. Martin didn’t shake hands because he said he had a cold and didn’t want to make Obama sick.






From LATimes:


President Obama at DreamWorks Animation: ‘I think it’s a wrap’

By Kate Linthicum


This is the presidential life, Southern California style: Alien invasions. Banjo-playing actors. Threats to animate the next State of the Union address.


President Obama dropped into DreamWorks Animation in Glendale on Tuesday, on the second day of statewide swing dedicated largely to fund-raising. Before delivering a speech to employees, he was treated to a VIP tour by the company’s chief executive, Jeffrey Katzenberg, a top Obama fund-raiser.


At one point they watched as actors Steve Martin and Jim Parsons recorded lines for the studio’s upcoming alien invasion film, “Home.”


“How’s the banjo playing?” Obama asked Martin, explaining that Martin had performed at the White House “and was unbelievable.”


Martin said the performance had been “the biggest thrill of his life.”


“That’s how I felt about it,” Obama joked. “I told Michelle: ‘Biggest thrill of my life. Inauguration, nothing, Steve playing banjo, that was big.’”

Obama asked the actors how voice acting differed from live acting.




“You don’t have to dress nice,” said Parsons, an actor on the TV show “The Big Bang Theory. “No makeup.”


The film’s director, Tim Johnson, described the movie as “an alien invasion film told entirely from the alien’s point of view.”


“Well where did we go?” Obama asked. Humans, Johnson explained, are put on a preserve in the movie.


“Do they feed us?” Obama asked.


“Mostly ice cream,” Johnson said. Obama gave an approving look.


The filmmakers showed Obama a short clip of one of their film’s characters, a googly-eyed alien, mouthing an audio clip of the president speaking at an official White House event.


“Happy Thanksgiving, everybody, welcome to the White House,” the alien said in Obama’s deep baritone, cracking up the room.


“Now that’s good, I’ve got to get that clip,” Obama said, laughing. “That will impress the girls. That’s wonderful.”


The film’s director offered to animate Obama’s next State of the Union.


After a few minutes, the actors went into a recording booth and ran the scene. Obama stood on the other side of the glass, reading along with the script.


The actors ran through it a couple of times. Obama, smiling, declared: “I think it’s a wrap.”


Thank you LATimes



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5 Responses

  1. I loved the way he handled the heckler, it was perfect. The more ‘hecklers’ he can deal with, the more seeds he plants. All it takes is a single seed of intelligent thought that might turn a voter around.

  2. He is the best man! I hope they gave him the clip to impress his daughters.

    • He is magnificent, better than me cause I’d have dragged that disrespectful fool out the crowd by his nuts. U should know what the fuck you are screaming about before screaming…..

      A Visibly Irritated Obama Responds To Hecklers During An Immigration Speech (VIDEO)

      During a speech on immigration in California on Monday, President Obama was interrupted by hecklers demanding that he stop all deportations. Obama was visibly irritated, but kept his cool and explained that he does not have the power to do so.

      Our families are separated. Mr. President, please use your executive authority to halt [deportations]. We agree that we need to pass comprehensive immigration reform, but at the same time, you have the power to stop deportations.

      “Actually, I don’t and that’s why we’re here.”- Obama to immigration activist
      The president was understandably frustrated at being interrupted just a few minutes into his speech. However, when the Secret Service started towards other members of the crowd, who began chanting,”stop deportations,” the president told the agents to stop. And being the nice guy that he is, he told the members of the crowd to stay when they began to move. Obama then explained to the immigration reform supporters what needed to be done to move forward.

      What you need to know, when I’m speaking as president of the United States and I come to this community, is that if in fact I could solve all of these problems without passing laws in Congress, then I would do so. But we’re also a nation of laws. That’s part of our tradition. So the easy way out is to try to yell and pretend like I can do something by violating our laws. What I’m proposing is the harder path, which is to use our democratic process to achieve the same goal that you want to achieve. But it won’t be as easy as just shouting. It requires us lobbying and getting it done.

      President Obama isn’t lying.
      Contrary to popular belief among immigration supporters, President Obama does NOT have the power to stop all deportations. The executive branch has the power to limit deportations of certain people or groups of people through ‘prosecutorial discretion,’ but he cannot stop all of them.

      Furthermore, he has already used this power. In 2012, President Obama responded to immigration activists and issued an executive order stopping the deportation of DREAMers. In August, Obama directed immigration officials to consider family ties before deporting or beginning deportation proceedings on spouses or parents of American citizens. Earlier this month his administration issued an order halting the deportation of non-criminal family members of former and active duty military personnel.

      Here’s the video:

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