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Willie Geist: Trump Was Hustled by a 24-Year Old White Supremacist
"Here's what Willie geist said this morning, and I'm sorry, but I mean, it won't go away and people are emailing me about it and you're calling and you're texting, so we might as well confront this. Here's what Willie guy said this morning on MSNBC and morning Joe about Trump's dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Kanye and the supremacist guy. By the way, we should point out as the story has developed over a couple of days. Donald Trump got totally hustled by this guy. He showed up at the dinner with Kanye West. He wanted the attention of having his name out there. He got that. And now he's condemning Donald Trump and said he's abandoned the base. He's not our guy anymore. So Donald Trump got totally hustled by a 24 year old white supremacist and Holocaust denier. Now, again, I don't know if that's true or not. Maybe it is, maybe it's not. I don't trust anything that comes from morning Joe, do you? But let's just suppose that it's true. This colleague of mine calls me this morning. She says, Mike, admit it to me. Tell me the truth. Don't you really kind of wish Trump would fade off into the sunset? Don't you wish he'd kind of go away? Don't you like Ron DeSantis or somebody else? Because they're going to go nuts if he gets the nomination again. And if he runs and if he wins, they're going to go out of their minds. And I said to her, don't you realize that's what they want? They want you to think that.
How Emilio Esteves Helped Jon Bon Jovi Get His Oscar Nomination
"Also, close personal friend of Bon Jovi, you were in his music videos, he was in young guns, et cetera that's right. How did that happen? So I was a fan of that song that he wrote called wanted dead or alive, and we listened to it during the first young guns. And Ali sheet is like patient zero. She was friendly with. And me too, from USC theater. She's the she was friends with John and Richie sambora, and she introduced John and I and John says, hey man, you know, I love young guns one. Can I be involved with youngsters? I said, you know, once you come out to New Mexico and we'll throw in cameo, he shows up in the middle of shooting and he says, hey, I wrote a song. I'd love to play it for you. And I said, oh my God, whatever. Sure. Yeah. How good could it be? Can I play it for you now? And he had it written on a piece of lined. Paper and he's sat down and played in the car and it was blazing glory. Wow. And I had the day off. And I said, get in the car. We drove to set. I said, there's the director and producers go in there and play it for them. And he did. And he was nominated for an Oscar. I think he won the Golden Globe for the song. And an entire album was born out of that experience. So yeah, he and I have been friends for a while, and it was I think that was his first solo album, was it?
What's Next for Republicans After Midterm Mess?
"Byron. Do you think people are going to line up to jump on a bandwagon among activists and donors? Well, there are a lot of them who do not want president Trump to either run or to win the Republican nomination. So does that mean they're going to jump on somebody else's bandwagon? I don't know. I do believe at the moment the governor of Sanders is far, far ahead of anybody else. So I think it's entirely possible. Yeah, people will actually actively support candidates in this. That will be the money primary is always important. The consultant primary is underway. I think now let me go to the RNC. It's a unique electorate, a 168 members of the Republican National Committee elect their chair. I like ronna mcdaniel. I think she's done a fine job as chairwoman for four years, and I don't like changing chair people because they ought to be a ministerial offices, not executive offices. In other words, I'm going to be a trustee for the party and running our operations between now and 2024. It's two years away. What do you think? Is she going to win reelection and do other candidates think she will be fair? Because she's awfully close with Donald Trump, but I also think she's very fair. Well, you know, I think it's not simply administrative or ministerial at all. The RNC does make policy. Remember the ill fated autopsy after Mitt Romney's laws. You're the only one, Byron, but go ahead. You're right. Reince priebus was chairman of the RNC at that point. And they went into a lot of them thought, I think I thought illogically, but they thought that Mitt Romney is going to be able to beat the incumbent president and when he didn't, they had this autopsy and said, we're never, ever. This is simply an operations review that we're making. We're not going to suggest policy in the immediately come out and so they have to support comprehensive immigration reform. So it was a disaster all the way around.
Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump
"Welcome back, America two here at David and drucker. I didn't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan either because he is from California, but he was in Las Vegas last week for the first Republican candidate walk. It sort of like a fashion show and all the Republican candidates show up and this time it was the Republican Jewish coalition headed up by our old friend norm Coleman. David good, Thanksgiving week to you. What did you learn in Las Vegas? I tweeted out your article, but you tell us. It was very interesting weekend. I think what struck me the most is that there is a lot of consideration now and very open public consideration of whether or not they want, whether or not Republican activists and donors, but not just donors, but activists, people who knock on doors, all of that stuff. Want Donald Trump to continue to be the titular head of the party. He's obviously the FrontRunner for the 2024 nomination having announced he's a former president. He's got a very strong relationship with the Republican base. But after three consecutive electoral defeats, particularly this last one stinging because of how it unfolded and the opportunities that were there for Republicans, there was just a lot of talk about wanting fresh leadership continue the former president's policies by and large, but somebody fresh. I got that. Not just Rome Republicans who want to take his place, like Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Nikki Haley. I talked to a number of Republicans, not Haley, but a number of the names that I just listed. But also just talking to the activists that were there. And I think people need to keep in mind the Republican Jewish coalition initially skeptical of Trump in the 2016 campaign really warm to him quite immensely because his record in the Middle East and as it relates to Israel and Iran and everything else in that region of the world was stellar from their point of view and very accomplished from their point of view. So it's not like, well, they never really liked them anyway. If you became a fan favorite.
Rep. Scott Perry: Rep. Kevin McCarthy Still Needs Votes
"I want to switch over to the house where we know that Kevin McCarthy has already passed that first major hurdle to become Speaker of the House, you have had there's been reporting that you had a private meeting with McCarthy earlier this week. What can you tell us? Well, I have had numerous meetings with leader McCarthy, who seeks to be speaker. And as you know, Todd, he 36 members did not vote for Kevin McCarthy. And why that's important is because while he got the nomination, he still need 218 on the floor and two 21 or two 22 -36 does not equal to 18 and so I've talked to the leader on numerous occasions. We started our discussion to actually back in the summertime and I said, look, the status quo is not going to work. It's unacceptable and we've offered we made some offerings back then of some things that we thought would empower members and take some authority away from leadership and we were padded on the head as you can imagine Todd and sent on our way. We revisited in the fall. I just was back again and I just told him I said, look, we can't negotiate with ourselves. We're not going to be put in that position. We can't be the simultaneously the buyer and the seller in the same transaction. So we've offered, what is it that you're offering? And look, this isn't some kind of transaction where you give us a couple of positions on something. We want members to be empowered. So that they can represent their districts. As you know Todd, there hasn't been an amendment on the floor in 6 years. How do you represent your district when you can't even offer an amendment, people can vote against it, but you ought to be able to have a say, even if you can't have your way and
Rep. Andy Biggs: Kevin McCarthy Will Not Get the 218 Votes
"And you've got Kevin McCarthy's He faces a full House vote in January for his nomination a speaker He's got to get to two 18 Republicans are going to have a really slim majority in the House How do you think he gets to that number And what do you think that looks like Between me and the whole world I guess I don't think he's going to get the two 80 I don't think he's going to ever get there I think what's going to happen is we're going to have it's probably not going to be me but there will be a consensus candidate There are some there's some people that could really step up in our conference And I don't know who they are just yet But we're doing excellent job It's not if you look from the outside and you're pissed off because of the way things happen or don't happen because there's no fight It isn't because these people aren't incompetent There are some very capable successful people there who could step in and be the speaker For Pete's sakes it does not have to be only one person Kevin McCarthy It could be anybody And it will be somebody else
Who Should Donald Trump Pick As a Running Mate?
"Heard you were at Mar-a-Lago for president Trump's big announcement on Tuesday. What are your thoughts? What are your thoughts, especially who do you think he will or should pick for his VP running mate this time around? Well, I have to say watching him yesterday only confirmed to me that this nomination is his. And anyone, including Rick desantis, foolish enough. Did I say Rick desantis? Ron. Yeah. I can't believe I said that. Ron DeSantis. Anybody foolish enough to challenge him? I think we'll get crushed. We'll get bruised and could end their political career. I don't say that as a threat. I think that's a reality. I think if you have wisdom, you know that so many people in this country aren't just behind Trump, but love Trump for where he brought us as a nation, I mean, to have three Supreme Court Justices confirmed to overturn roe V wade to have us energy independent to have the economy booming. I mean, of course he made mistakes, but generally speaking, it was he really is owed, I think, our fidelity for this season in the GOP. So I think if desantis is smart, he would make a deal before anything to be the VP nomination or at least try to get that. But I think loyalty to Trump is going to be very big. And I think it's easy to talk, but I honestly think that at the end of the day, anybody who goes up against him would be sorry, in a sense, I think that they have to be very careful because I just think so many people are so loyal to him. And rightfully. So at Mar-a-Lago, I was reminded as he spoke of just in a sense of how he gave so many people hope at a time that there was little hope and I really think to be able to get out of the ditch in which we find ourselves and to go back to what things were like before COVID, but I honestly think he's the guy and you know maybe desantis maybe Carrie Lake, but it'll be very interesting.
This Has Happened Before - Trump Is Electable
"It's hard to say, we even on our show between, you know, a lot of our regulars have different differing views on what this is this a real campaign. I mean, clearly, he's told people he thinks this will help him avoid indictment. But does it matter if it's a real campaign? It's no less a threat to our existence as a democracy. His first campaign was not a real campaign, and yet he became president. So we need to take this seriously and we need to make Republicans own it. I think they're likely to nominate him. How old that thought is that time in the morning when I'm having them. So you guys talk about yourself. I'll be right back. We were on a good hi, Carl. Hey. So that empty chair across from you with Stephanie's and she's not there right now. So let's keep going. Keep going with your point. I mean, you have to you have to worry. You can not expect that because the American people are soured on Trump and that his numbers are even worse than when he left office. That he is not electable. He is electable. He's been elected before. Yeah. And, you know, by that stretch, he starts with a leg up on desantis. He does. We were talking yesterday at home, you know, everyone's coming out LOL Donald Trump's announcement LOL, but they did this. The same thing happened. The first time he ran. Exactly. And they got in line. You know, Ivanka says, oh, I'm not having anything to do with daddy's campaign until dice campaign takes off and is doing well. And then she'll be in there because she wants her patents in China. Yeah. I'm sure we'll get the articles talking about how she and Jared are writing the ship. Yeah, it's not a given that he's gonna face plant. Who, Trump. Trump, yeah. What did I miss the first time? See, now bob suska doesn't have to think it's just him. I made extra strong coffee for the guy that owns the show. Upstairs. That's your excuse. Anyway, I think it was all my conversations about how Trump could win again. Well, that's it. Yeah, that gets everything moving down there. Does that really what you said? No. I got to go back down. I know it does have the feeling of an acid flashback, like we all laughed the first time and we all were like, oh, this can't. I said I left a lot. And he certainly has a shot at winning the Republican nomination. And after that, 50 50. That says so much about the state of this Republican Party.
Beyoncé ties Grammy record after leading nominations with 9
"Ten works are competing for the top award at the Grammys album of the year I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at the nominees Voyage ABBA's first album in 40 years will compete against Adele's 30 and Beyoncé's renaissance for album of the year Harry's house by Harry Styles is also a contender along with good morning gorges by Mary J. Blige lizzo's special Brandi carlile's in the silent days and mister morrell in the big steppers by Kendrick Lamar The final competitors are Coldplay's music of the spheres and UNOS and tea by Bad Bunny the first album to be nominated for album of the year at the Grammys and the Latin Grammys
2023 Grammy nominations: Beyoncé ties record
"Beyoncé leads the Grammy nominations with 9 I'm marching a lot of with the latest Beyoncé's 9 nominations include record and song of the year for break my soul and album of the year for renaissance with 88 Grammy nominations overall she's now tied with her husband Jay-Z who got 5 nominations and also has 88 Has 8 nominations Adele and Brandi carlile each have 7 The Grammys of February 5th in Los Angeles
Caller: Trump Will Lose if He Runs Again for President
"Good. Hi. I'm kind of an independent minded military member. And I am not looking forward to Trump's announcement. I think that he was a protest vote from a lot of people. He does have a very strong base, but I don't think he's going to get the I hope he doesn't get the nomination, but I don't think he's going to win the president or the president. A lot of people, Keegan are especially on the text line or agreeing with it with you and with Eric that he'll probably run and he's going to lose.
The World Is on Edge As Former President Trump Prepares to Run Again
"Street Journal actually put this quite well in a piece that they wrote today and editorial piece. They said, quote, before COVID, he being Donald Trump was headed for reelection, but the damage from his shutdown of the economy combined with his erratic behavior in that crisis gave Joe Biden the opening to campaign for normalcy. Mister Trump lost a winnable election. I think that's a fair assessment. It was a mistake to shut things down and to keep things shut down for so long. And the inflation that we now have, frankly, is a result of all that. Poor decisions that were made at the time, and that resulted in multiple stimulus checks I mean, hey, the first, the first one, what are you going to do? We had no choice, but then there was the second and then there was Joe Biden's third, and then there was the Federal Reserve all along printing printing printing, printing in now, we have record inflation, and I suspect we're going to have real economic trouble in the near future, as the fed tries to reign this thing in. It can't be done, not the way they want. I'm sorry. I mean, hey, they can pull a rabbit out of their hat. I'll take it. But I don't believe we are going to be able to get through the next 12 months without having a pretty serious recession. You saw the news on Amazon today they're laying off people all the tech companies are laying off people, by the way. Interesting how they waited. Until after Tuesday's election to announce all that, I believe many of the announcements came on Wednesday. Um, anyway, we are in a treacherous time. I think it's really important that somebody really capable wins the nomination, another four years of Democrats, possibly with them then gaining control of the house of the Senate. I'll tell you, that's a bad thing for America. I'm
Trump prepares to launch third campaign for the White House
"Former president Donald Trump plans to make a big announcement tonight Trump is getting ready to launch his third campaign for The White House He had hoped to use the Republican Party's expected gains in last week's midterm elections as a springboard to vault himself to his party's nomination by locking in early support and keeping potential challengers at bay Instead Trump is finding himself being blamed for a backing a series of losing candidates resulting in Democrats retaining control of the Senate and House control remaining too early to call On Monday Trump posted on his social media network hopefully tomorrow will turn out to be one of the most important days in the history of our country just one president in U.S. history has been elected to two non consecutive terms that was Grover Cleveland in 1884 and 1892 I'm Donna warder
Let the 2024 Campaign Begin
"And we got a minute left. Again, congratulations, you're a model, when do you want the 2024 campaign talk to start? I'm not letting it start yet. I'm in Switzerland. I'm neutral on who gets the nomination, but when does it start? I don't think we have any choice. It is already started. This is, you know, this always happens. You're two years out in an election night. You're just still counting the votes and the people are looking at the presidential race. So we can't stop that judge. Are you going to endorse someone early? Are you waiting? Oh, I don't know. I haven't even gotten to that yet, so focus it on Ohio. I know you're go box. You'll be focused on beating Michigan first, but then governor, come back and tell me when you decided what to do. Congratulations, a million plus vote victory. 63% in carrying deep blue old deep blue trumbull county by 66 and a half percent. Wow.
Broadway Star Laura Osnes and Eric Discuss How She Was 'Cancelled'
"I want to remind people if they're just tuning in, you won you got Tony nominations. You were the star of many Broadway big hits, big deal stuff. You were you appeared on the Kennedy Center Honors on CBS. I believe you were an episode of kojak, am I getting that right? Just kidding. That's a little bit before you got this might be before your time. Before your title. Can you play the heavy in an episode in 1976 and one of those kojak? I'm so surprised you remember. Thank you for that. It's amazing. It was a small part, but it was beautiful. No, but so the point is that you, so you're telling us the story of what happened a year ago that you're invited to guildhall, which I know well in east Hampton. And they find out or they ask you, oh, you have to be vaccinated. And you said, well, I'm not vaccinated. So I'm not going to do it. Page 6 of the New York Post, not a fan of page 6, folks. It's like a sloppy tabloidy garbage. Thank you, Rupert Murdoch. Thank you. Thank you really. Thank you. And they stir the pot and they tell all these stories. And it's not true. And suddenly you're dealing with this media firestorm. That's it. That just spread like wildfire. And I immediately lost four other jobs that I had been associated to that were upcoming. And the vaccination status is one thing. But what actually happened is I feel like these jobs were lost because no one could no longer associate with me because of this choice. And New York is very one sided. The theater industry, especially, is very one sided. And if you don't pair it a certain narrative, there are super tolerant until you maybe think a different way about the world. And then you're the enemy.
CMA Awards: Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning team up as hosts, Carrie Underwood to perform and what else to know
"Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning will host tonight's country music association awards in Nashville I'm Archie's aleta with a preview Miranda Lambert's Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood are expected to be among those paying tribute to Loretta Lynn in the opening performance of the CMA awards which air live on ABC 29 Carly Pearce has 5 nominations and two performances to worry about and she loves it It is gonna be busy but oh my gosh like the busy Ness that I've dreamed of my whole life so I'm really excited Yeah I don't know if you thought leni Wilson is the top nominee with 6 entertainer of the year contenders are Lambert Underwood Luke combs Chris Stapleton and Morgan Wallen
When Will Trump Announce His 2024 Presidential Candidacy?
"Is Donald Trump going to run for president in 2024? I think we know the answer to that one. I think you know the answer to that one and the answer is yes. However, the question is when will he announce when will he jump into the ring? When will he become a candidate for the presidency? Now, this matters because obviously if Trump gets in, it's going to send a powerful message to everybody else that, look, we basically got a giant in the ring and do you want to kind of get in or is it better to wait it out and perhaps think about a candidacy the next time around? My own view is that guys like desantis will not get in if Trump gets in. And so Trump's early entry into the race will signal that the Republican nomination is pretty much locked up for 2024. Now, there are speculation on social media that this is not so and I'm not saying that no one else will get in, but I think the people getting in are going to be by and large, token candidates that don't really have a chance, I mean, I don't even know if someone like Pence even thinks he has a chance, but the idea that he could defeat Trump for the Republican primary is just laughable and absurd.
Paul Ryan: Republicans Are Likely to Win the White House Without Trump
"Going to want to win so badly. We're going to want to beat Biden and the Democrats in 2024 that we won't nominate Trump because we want to win that new swing voter in American politics is the suburban voter. And it's really clear the suburban voter doesn't like Trump, but they like Republicans. So I think anybody not named Trump I think is so much more likely to win The White House for us and sort of like what the Democrats did. What they went from dean to John Kerry in O four, they went from Bernie to Hillary in 16. They went from Bernie and Elizabeth Warren to Joe Biden to win in 2020. I think the same thing is going to be for us. We're going to want to win The White House so badly and beat the Democrats and we know we're so much more likely to lose with Trump because of the fact that he's not popular with suburban voters that we're going to want to win. And that's why I think we got a great stable of candidates. Any of whom are really capable of not just getting the nomination, but winning the general. All right, there you go, folks. That's Paul Ryan former Speaker of the House on Fox business network, and it looks as though Fox is going to be populating its airwaves at least on the news side with the anti Trump forces.
" nominations" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications
"Male who worked with youth in Arizona. And as part of and I'm going to forget the name of the specific organization, but it's an Obama foundation organization working with teens who are at risk. And he moved to South Carolina and is now a member of a congregation there. Because he was so excited about joining our board and we are very excited about having him. He grew up in a reformed congregation in Arizona and very much sees himself as a reform Jew. And very excited to have him on the board. Another individual is a chew of color from Memphis who has a kosher catering business. And had worked in a congregation years ago and was on there for it, had stepped off and joins us now. At a different stage in her life. And ready to add her set of experiences to our expanding program offering. The last question is actually a question you really can't answer because we don't know yet, right? Is these folks represent a different kind of intentional curated recruitment process? And they join a 120 other folks. And I always say that you add one new person to the board and the board changes. This is going to be a real culture shift for the union for reform Judaism. And that entity that is the North American board. And the intentionality of creating a new culture that is a reflection of both what the veterans bring as well as the new folks is going will be one of the critical things that happens over the next year. I just wonder if you have any reflections on that because I think I've been thinking about that a lot. We're going to need your help. I think it's a big question because this is just step one and very needed. You can't go forward without it. On the other hand, if this is all we do, we will fail. If we don't think about how we change our structures, we will not succeed if we have to have everyone working in the same ways in the same committee structures and the same in the same conversations, like we have had for the last 150 plus years, we will not succeed because folks aren't going to hang around. If they don't feel like they have a voice and a way of making change in meaningful ways. So that's definitely the challenge. Yeah, and again, as we and I wouldn't blame them. No. That's not on them. It's on us. Correct. Fun all of us. It's on everybody to respect the group that has been a part has been leading the movement. You know, it's all everybody has a role in making that culture shift. But it is, I want to be really clear as we close out this conversation. Don't be daunted about the 39. Don't be daunted about the 150. The lessons in this and that's why I really wanted Daryl to speak with you today. The lessons are universal. Every single thing that Daryl said today is as relevant for a board of 12 as it is for their board of a 150. And when you add one new person, right? One new person to a board of 12. There's a culture shift and a difference and a way in which that group needs to be nurtured in a new and different way. And it's incumbent upon everybody to be thinking about that. It is just not enough to the think differently about recruiting. You have to think differently about how you operate, how you work together. What are the top to bottom? It's a big change. It's a big change. And maybe we'll fast forward a year from now and we'll bring on somebody from the board to speak to how that culture shift has what bumps in the road they had in lessons and takeaways from that piece of piece of the puzzle as well. It will be interesting to see, I'm sure we'll make advances as well as some unfortunate mistakes. There will be a lot of failing forward. But it could not have happened without an intentional process of really working to get the right people on the bus. And yeah, I'm sorry. So no, the one thing I will say, Joan, in today's world, there's so little benefit of the doubt, given, and that's the one thing I think we all have to ask from each other. It's just, you know, if there are things that aren't done as well as they could have been or could be, then let's can we have a little. Grace, a little benefit of the doubt. Yes. And will that can we can we get there? That's the one aspect of this that I continue to be concerned about because everyone is, you know, it's part of COVID. It's part of where we were as a society even before COVID. But I see it in so many ways right now. The ability of folks to be patient is difficult, it's hard right now. I think that's right. And I think this notion I just finished reading a book called subtle acts of exclusion, which is actually a very interesting take on the world of microaggressions, and they rename them subtle acts of exclusion because they're neither micro nor are they aggressions. And the base of part of the basic practical Ness of this is you assume good intention. That everybody comes from a place of good intention. And that if you level the playing field that way in terms of good intention as well as your deep, everyone has a deep and abiding commitment to the union for reform Judaism. That is the critical foundation to grace and patience seems to me. Let's hope. There you go. Daryl messinger. It is always a pleasure to chat with you. You have a really lovely combo platter of determination commitment and passion for the reform movement and it's always really inspiring. So thank you for joining us. Thank you, Joe. All right. Take good care and thanks for the work that you do and we will see you next time. Thanks so much for spending time with me today. I hope you found the conversation valuable as you navigate the messy world of nonprofits. Check out all my other resources at Joan Gary dot com. Hope you find them helpful too. Lastly, thank you for the work you do to repair the world in ways large and small. I'll see you next time.
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"But I do also appreciate the fact that this was kind of a wholly original different sprung from obviously from current events, but not directly based on something true, whereas these other shows, not so much, although I did really, really like the dropout. And I enjoyed Pam and Tommy to a point. Yeah, I thought the dropout was excellent. I think I've actually watched the drop out all the way through twice. But that's partly because I'm like an Elizabeth Holmes obsessive. But I did think that was excellent. I think the white lotus is like as a holistic thing kind of has problems, but is full of great performances and great scenes if I can say it that way. Dope sick I thought was a little heavy handed at times, but again, full of performances that I respected. So I have no quarrel with that. Inventing Anna, I kind of thought was I watched it and forgot it, but same. So for the lead actress in the limited or anthology series or movie, we've got Toni Collette for the staircase. Julia Garner for inventing Anna, Lily James for Pam and Tommy, Sarah Paulson for impeachment, American crime story, Margaret qualley, for made and Amanda Seyfried for the dropout. This is a pretty interesting lineup and pretty strong lineup, I think. And full of stars. Yes, very starring. We're sort of going back to that thing where like, well, sure, Toni Collette, who's a big movie star, and Amanda Seyfried, who's a big movie star. You know, you have some of these performances that I like more than others. I do not like that Sarah Paulson performance in American crime story. I just think it was silly. But I love the Margaret qualley performance in maid and there's a little bit of recognition for maid kicking around that's still on Netflix. I really recommend it if you haven't watched it. I am delighted that just a little bit of recognition for what was one of the shows that really kind of blew me away this year. So lots of good stuff in that category. Yeah. And in the lead actor category, we've got Colin Firth for the staircase, Andrew Garfield for under the banner of heaven, Oscar Isaac for scenes from a marriage. Michael Keaton for dope sick, himesh Patel, for station 11, and Sebastian Stan for Pam and Tommy. I think it's worth mentioning that station 11 was a hugely admired show critically by a lot of our colleagues. And I think the places where it was recognized like this category for himesh Patel, who's kind of the only non big movie star person in this category when you're like, oh, Oscar Isaac, Andrew Garfield, and so forth and so forth. Yeah. So for outstanding supporting actor, we've got from the white lotus. So again, this category is another we got a bunch of the same shows going on here. So from the white lotus, we have Murray Bartlett, Jake lacy, and Steve zahn, and from dope sick, we have will poulter, Peter Sarsgaard, and Michael stuhlbarg. Also, Seth Rogen for Pam and Tommy. That Seth Rogen performance is a really interesting one to me. I kind of liked it myself. He was kind of playing against type. He's basically the villain, but a villain who kind of thinks he's the hero or at least not a villain. And that? Yeah. And to clarify, he's playing the guy who basically stole the sex tapes of Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee. And our responsible for the world seeing it basically. Those white lotus nominations, Murray Bartlett, is wonderful on that show. And I also think Jake lacy, who had been kind of playing a lot of nice guys, came into this and plays
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"This award I think in the eyes of practically everybody who's ever seen that show for a long time, yeah? Absolutely. I mean, as Kim Wexler Saul's wife and co-conspirator in all things nefarious or not all things, but a lot of really bad things on that show. She walks that line between wanting to do good but also being immoral in many ways that I think I haven't seen a woman necessarily play on TV in that way. And so the way her character has developed over these past 6 seasons has just been so fantastic to watch. And yeah, this is the moment. It's like she was the Susan Lucci except she didn't even get navigated so now she's finally got exactly nomination she should have gotten before. Exactly. And I would also throw in still love Sarah snook on Succession and super love Jay Smith Cameron a journey woman actor for a gazillion years and just such a cool presence on that show. And again, what a great role for somebody to get and get recognition for just delightful. Yeah. So for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, we have from Succession Nicholas Braun, here in Culkin and Matthew mcfadyen from severance, John Turturro, and Christopher Walken for Squid Game. We have pake su and oh Yong su and there's Billy Crudup from the morning show. I had to admit I have not seen most of these performances, including Squid Game, and I stopped watching the morning show. But I'm excited for the succession, guys. Look, succession guys, all good. But I do want to say, John Turturro and Christopher Walken are both actors who have been around a long time who are doing such lovely nuanced work. I think legitimately severance found a way to deploy both of those actors in a totally new way. As terms of Billy Crudup, I really did think Billy Crudup was the good thing about the first season of the morning show. I think even that, I think they kind of messed that character up this season too. I'm sorry. I didn't love this season of the morning films, sorry. And I think the actors on Squid Game, regardless of the fact that I can find it a difficult sit just in terms of the violence and the bleakness of it when I feel bleak about other things already. I think the performances are all extraordinarily impressive. So kudos to those guys too. Yeah, I mean, it's good game is not for everyone, but it is nice to see that it was able to break through in these categories. Absolutely. And it's one of those things where like, it's great for that show, and this breakthrough will be great, I think, for other shows. And it's overdue in about time. Absolutely. We move on to the limited anthology or movie category for the outstanding limited or anthology series category. We've got dope sick, the dropout, inventing Anna, Pam and Tommy, and the white lotus. What I find interesting about this category is that I'm feeling this sort of Oscar Y creep where pretty much all of these are based on true stories except for the white lotus. And that's interesting to me. We are kind of in this era where we are just kind of reenacting history a lot a lot a lot. And I had my issues with the white lotus and the way some of the things played out.
" nominations" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"The Emmy nominations have arrived and Succession leads the pack in most nominations followed closely by Ted Lasso and the white lotus. This was also a good year for the folks behind only murders in the building hacks and Squid Game, which each picked up their fair share of recognition from voters. We're going to get into the snubs surprises and everything in between. I'm Linda Holmes. And I'm Aisha Harris, and today we're recapping this year's Emmy nominations on pop culture happy hour from NPR. So let's just get right on to it, starting with the comedy. So for outstanding comedy series this year, we have nominations for Abbott elementary, Barry, curb your enthusiasm, hacks, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, only murders in the building, Ted Lasso, and What We Do in the Shadows. That is a lot of shows. Linda, what are your thoughts on this group of comedies? Well, the thing that stands out for me the most is that no broadcast networks have really been hanging on by a thread in terms of Emmy presents for the last few years. I'm sure that not only is the entire abbot elementary team delighted about this nomination and the other ones at the show received. But I think broadcast television in general is always rooting for itself to maintain a presence. I think it's really cool to see a show like this that has gotten a lot of credit for elements of representation and other things and it's kind of singular sense of humor. This is a fun nomination or set of nominations for this show because, you know, critics love it too. Critics love it too. Yeah, absolutely. I was personally very, very happy to see Abbott elementary there. And Barry as well, even though I sometimes wonder, is it really a comedy? Is it really a comedy? We'll get into this, but you know, if severance is a drama and Barry is a comedy, it's complicated out there. Yes, it is, it is. So for lead actress in a comedy series, we have Rachel brosnahan for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Kaley Cuoco, for the flight attendant, Al fanning for the great Issa Rae for insecure, she in smart for hacks and Quinta Brunson for Abbott elementary. And I think it's definitely worth noting here that Brunson has become the first black woman to pick up three Emmy comedy nods in the same year. She was also nominated for writing and producing Abbott elementary, which I am very happy to see. I think a lot of us are just rooting for her and it's great to see this show gets so much love. Yeah. I mean, I think rooting for her rooting for broadcast to have some successes and to find those successes in good shows. So delighted about that, I really love Kaley Cuoco in the flight attendant. I'm happy about that. There's a lot here to be happy about. A lot of big players in this category gene smart and certainly Rachel Brosnan, who's been nominated forever for misses maisel, but yeah, it's wonderful to see that Quinta Brunson nod. Yeah. Now for lead actor and a comedy series, we have Donald Glover for Atlanta, Bill Hader for Barry, Nicholas Hoult for the great Jason Sudeikis for Ted Lasso and from only murders in the building. We have both Steve Martin and Martin Short. This is another show only murders that I was very excited to see get nominated.
" nominations" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Kristen Stewart for Spencer, none of these films are nominated for best picture, but there are some strong performances here Glen what do you think? This surprise here for me was penalty cruised in parallel mothers because while that is a solid Elmo of our film, it's very melodramatic. And she kind of grounds it, so it makes sense there. Kristen Stewart had been counted out. She didn't get nominated for a BAFTA. She got shut out, so people were counting her out, but counted her out too soon, missing here is Lady Gaga for House of Gucci. But you know sometimes there could be a hundred people in a room and you know it just doesn't work out for you. A lot of time, no Jennifer Hudson, but, you know, I think this is a solid representation, but some real surprises here. Yeah, a very non musical category. They could have nominated a lot of heim for the pizza Jennifer Hudson for respect. Right. You mentioned Lady Gaga, House of Gucci really took a thrashing in these nominations of there was a lot of expectation that Lady Gaga would get nominated. Jared Leto didn't get nominated. This is sometimes what happens when you make a really bad movie. Yeah. Absolutely. All right, so best actor in a leading role, Javier Bardem for being the ricardos, Benedict Cumberbatch for the power of the dog Andrew Garfield for tick tick boom. Will Smith for king Richard and Denzel Washington for the tragedy of Macbeth, Glenn any surprises here? I wasn't participating in Javier Bardem actually. I was expecting something else. But, you know, it's good to see Edgar Garfield for tick tick boom. It's, you know, his first attempt at a musical. He does really good job there. But I did cumberbatch had the early lock on at least a nomination, but I think it's great to see Will Smith and Denzel Washington in this. Yeah. It'll be interesting to see how this race plays out. Actor in a supporting role here in Hines for Belfast, Jesse Plemons for the power of the dog, Cody Smith mcphee for the power of the dog, J. K. Simmons for being the ricardos and Troy kotzer for coda Troy katzer is the first death male acting nominee. Glenn, there are some surprises here. Yeah, yeah, I was a little sad that we don't see any Zola in any of these acting nominations, not for Taylor page, not for colon Domingo here. The Jesse Plemons thing didn't surprise me he'd been kind of trending. All of these nominees except for J. K. Simmons, this is their first nomination, and that's good to see even somebody as who's been acting as much as kiran Hines. Bradley Cooper missing out for licorice pizza surprised me because that was certainly a much talked about and very memorable performance. J. K. Simmons has been around the block. He won for whiplash in this category before. And I didn't anticipate him being in the running for being Ricardo's, but here he is. Yeah, I mean, I think Bradley Cooper and Jared Leto from House of Gucci were slotted into a lot of people's predictions and that Jared Leto performance. It's committed. I'm delighted to see Troy kotzer here. It's an interesting field. So best actress in a supporting role Jesse Buckley for the lost daughter, Ariana de Bose for west side story, Judi Dench for Belfast, kyrsten dunst for the power of the dog and ingenue Ellis for king Richard who I loved so much in that movie. Glen, what do you think? Well, I think the academy has been making a big thing about hope in the last 5 years, they've been trying to get their voting membership younger and more diverse, much appreciated. Ellis nomination, you see some of that. Ariana debose was inevitable. But I think you see the limitations of that when you see Judi Dench. Right..
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"Well, we got a mix here, right? Kind of straight up the middle Oscar kind of films like Belfast and we knew dune was going to get in there. We knew that the dog was going to be powerful. Sure. And then west side story would get some love. What? I don't think a lot of people were predicting would be the drive my car did as well as it did here because it's not only got best picture nomination. It also got best international feature best directing and best adapted screenplay. The one that I thought came out of completely nowhere was nightmare alley. No one was talking about that as a best picture nominee. Well, I think one thing that you have here is the change brought about by the decision to make there be a solid ten nominees. For the past few years, you had this thing where it could be anywhere from 5 to ten based on the number of first place votes and a bunch of other algorithms that are too complicated to digest let alone explain. This year there were always going to be ten. So that was always going to leave room for some surprises. Definitely made it more likely that a feature like drive my car that has so much critical buzz made that much likelier than a movie like that would get in as well as a little bit of like a more minor pleasure of a movie like coda, which wouldn't necessarily make the cut in a 5 film field. And this is what the Oscars are really good for. It's picking films that people might not otherwise see and get them some attention. So if more people see coda, that's a plus. I agree. I love coda. All right, the nominees for best directing. We've already mentioned a few of these films, but Roy ruska, hamaguchi is nominated for drive my car, Paul Thomas Anderson for licorice pizza, Jane campion for the power of the dog. Steven Spielberg for west side story and Kenneth Branagh for Belfast, we should note here that Kenneth Branagh now has 7 career Oscar nominations in 7 different categories that is a record Glen what do you think of this field? The big snub here is Denis Villeneuve for dune. She joins the ranks of directors who have not been nominated even though their film has for best picture. Jane campion is the first woman ever to be nominated twice for best director the first time was for the piano. And if she wins, she will only be the third woman to ever win best director. Wow. It's crazy. In 2022, yeah. Yeah, not nominating Denis Villeneuve, considering what a technical marvel that film, I found that really, really surprising. It is surprising. It's going to be a fight between in my opinion, the power of the dog and Belfast between camp and abruna and for best picture. They are such completely different films, one is feel good. What is feel dark? One is field portentous. Yes. That's one of those feel loss of faith in mankind and what you could. Yes. All right, well, best actress in the leading role you've got Jessica Chastain for the eyes of Tammy Faye, Olivia Colman for the lost daughter, Penélope Cruz for parallel mothers, Nicole Kidman for being the Ricardo's and.
" nominations" Discussed on The Big Picture
"So there you go. That's horrifying, but okay. No, listen, I know of many people who have chosen many worst date films, including my own husband. So I think it's nice. It's life affirming, you know, but not too cutesy. Sure it is. It's a great film for figuring out that what's best for you in life is to end up alone. That's definitely one of the best takeaways in that film. Okay, best international feature, only one real surprise here. So the nominees are drive my car from Japan, flee from Denmark, the hand of God from Italy, luana, a yak in the classroom from Bhutan, and the worst person in the world from Norway. The snub here is as governor hardees a hero, which was frankly surprising. There had been this is gonna sound like a dumb thing to say out loud, but I'm just gonna say it. There has been a lot of luana a yak in the classroom buzz over the last few weeks. Gonna ask you about the yak in the classroom. Yeah. I've seen this film. I'll be honest. It's fine. It's definitely not an Oscar for honey film. So I mean, he has been recognized in this category many times. I think three or four times and he has one twice. So there is a little bit of winners guilt going on, where there's a version of this in the best documentary category as well, where they just sort of overlook something that seemed like an obvious entry because it had been recognized previously, but my advice is just to watch a hero. It's freaking great film. Then you can watch it because it's on Amazon Prime. That's the other thing that's interesting about it is that there was a push about it and it was widely available. And that apparently doesn't matter. Didn't matter. Best animated feature, this is very chalky, I thought. I did do predictions over the weekend. I got 79 out of a possible 105 right, but I only got two categories totally right, which is actually quite disappointing. This was one of them. Best animated feature, the nominees are encanto flee Luca, The Mitchells vs. the Machines and riot in the last dragon. I actually don't know what's going to win here. Who are you rooting for? Well, I thought The Mitchells vs. the Machines was pretty great. I really enjoyed that. And so I probably would want to see that crew win. In kanto is becoming a thing amongst kids and parents. That's kind of what social media has been indicating to me, but you're not there yet. Alice is not ready to talk about Bruno, neither am I. So that is the number one song. She I'm just playing her like free jazz and metal right now. You know, we're just working through all the genres so we're not up to Disney originals. That's documentary. I don't understand the best documentary category ever. This is a weird slate, a couple of really good films, but this is a really hard one to predict. I think I got three of these wrong, or at least two of these wrong. The nominees are Ascension, Attica, flee, summer of soul writing with fire, shout out to summer of Seoul, my friend Joseph Patel nominated for an Oscar fucking unbelievable, very proud of him. Writing with.
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"And I give a lot of credit to them. I give a lot of credit to kind of bran off or just showing us some hot parents, you know, we all we all need some beauty in our lives, but I would agree. That's the main appeal. The GDH thing, I'm just like, where did this come from? It's pretty strange. I mean, there's just she's done this before. She's been nominated for having 8 minutes of screen time in the past. Did she watch you won for having a game in a subscription? We already did this. I don't know. I like Judi Dench. She really loves trees. You know, good for her. It's hard to get mad, but your girl loves Kiki dunce was nominated. My Queen. Her first Oscar nomination. Absolute queen. I think she could upset our anti depos here. I think that it's possible. Ariana bus is working as hard as Andrew Garfield is. She is, but this is, again, what will one Kirsten done is doing a lot of press? She's been a lot of podcasts lately, she's on fresh air. She's on Scott feinberg's podcast. She's been doing a lot of work lately on January also nominated here. I was very happy to see that. I was not so happy to not see Ruth mega from passing here. I would have probably swapped her out for Judy Dench. That would have been my preference, but Jesse Buckley, man, that's freaking awesome. That's like my favorite actress. It's so great. That's great. I hope we continue to have Kirsten dense retrospectives, you know, throughout the land. That lineup was where was it metrograph? Yes, yes. So good. All the best movies, melancholia, ranch one at, I don't think they included bring it on in the retrospective. That was my one note. Bring it on is really special. Where are you at on interview with the vampire? Good. I mean, also, she's what? 11? I think 13. Yeah. She's a very special person to me. I also really recommend her architectural digest home tour if you have not been a part of it. Haven't spent any time with that. Let's go to best supporting actor. Here are the nominees. Kiran Hines, Belfast, Troy katzer, coda, Jesse Plemons, the power of the dog, J. K. Simmons.
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"Just for some context, the leading actress category the baptist, who were the nominees, Lady Gaga, her house of Gucci, not nominated at the Oscars. Alana heim for licorice pizza, not nominated at the Oscars. Emilia Jones, coda not nominated, renata runs V from the worst person in the world not nominated. Joanna scanlin for after love, not nominated tessin for passing, not nominated. So the baftas as an indicator in certain categories are way out of whack. Now basically they're only taking like two of the top 5 vote getters and choosing them and then essentially a jury's chooses the remaining four nominees or three nominees. And what a chaotic. I mean, the bath is they need to have some sort of course correction. The idea of addressing their diversity issues and then still not nominating Denzel as you pointed out is fucking insane. There's just a real issue there. Okay, any other, I guess the surprises are Penelope cruise and case do. I like Spencer more than you, and it seems like more than most people, but not the academy. You seem to appreciate what she was doing there. What's with the Jessica Chastain thing? We all just agreed that Jessica Chastain is like a quote film advocate or whatever. And she hustled hard. She campaigned really, really hard. She did a lot of strong advocates, so she's just out there enough and people are like, oh, I like her. When I saw her post I saw her post the video of like the transformation into Tammy Faye a couple of days ago on Instagram and I was like, oh, I see what you're doing. You're showing us the level of commitment you have to your craft. She's online campaigning in a way. Okay. Yes. I think that worked. The Penélope Cruz thing is stunning to me, not in a bad way. I think parallel mother is one of the best movies of 2021. Most people have not yet seen this. Pedro motivar is most recent film. She is often at her best in his films, and she's terrific in this movie. She's in the center of almost every frame of the film. I didn't see coming, though. I would not have guessed. I didn't think I didn't think most people have seen this movie, but they did what they what Sony Pictures classics did last year with the father, which is they waited until the last minute to put this movie out, hoping that people would spend a little time with it in January and it seems like they did, because this is not one but two nominations for parallel mothers, which also got a best original score nomination, which I came out of nowhere for me. I didn't see that coming at all. Also, one thing to keep in mind is that the academy does have its own streaming service now. So all of the academy members, you know, I've made a lot of jokes in the years past about how I don't believe that a lot of academy voters watch all the movies. And you know, I'm not totally ready to give that up. But I think this year it is definitely easier for academy voters to see movies than the rest of us. So it's not surprising that some things that aren't widely available made it through because they finally joined the 21st century. Obviously has a big reputation in the academy too and this film has been nominated many, many times over the years, although he was not even put this movie up for the official entry for Spain. Nevertheless, who are you rooting for here? Olivia Colman? Yeah, I mean, I like Libya Coleman. I think she's great. I also think that's a pretty safe bet if you're trying to make anybody. Yeah. We've got a few.
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"And they were right. And they put it on it was on HBO Max. I kept meaning to text you, because I think honestly, the day that Oscar nomination voting started, it appeared on HBO Max. I assume that was not a mistake. Not only appear on HBO Max, it also appeared on Hulu because of this wonky deal where HBO has the rights to 20th Century Fox movies and also so now Hulu and HBO at the same time can issue that film, so a lot of people have seen nightmare. I think that morality is the most log movie on letterbox in the last week for the exact reason you decided. So I think I'm sure a lot of academy voters finally got a chance to see this movie, which is quite good, and which is also like to your capital C craft point. This is a film with like really, really high end production design, really, really accomplishing esteemed members of the academy worked on this movie. Del toro has already been recognized in the past. It's a little bit of like an even if you don't have a ton of passion for it. You have to respect it kind of. Installment here. So that one was, I guess, nice to see. I mean, I much prefer that to a couple of the other films that could have been nominated here. It is one though that this movie, I guess, when you look at the box office, it has made the 5th most amount of money out of all the films that are nominated, but that doesn't really mean anything because it's only 10 million. I'm just gonna read the box office accounting so far because it is by far the lowest in the history of the Oscars barring last year. So dune has made a $107 million in America. West side story has made $36 million. Chug along, keep west side story in theaters, you know? Continue to make money. You got a bunch of nominations this morning. King Richard has made 14 million, which is a crime. That's a movie that would have made a $150 million 5 years ago. Licorice pizzas made 12 million probably stands to make a little bit more now that it's gotten a bunch of nominations. Namer ally's made ten Belfast has only made $7 million. Belfast has a favorite has been softened this morning, I would say. Drive my car as you mentioned only $1 million in receipts. And there are three streaming films that we don't have numbers for coda which is on Apple TV plus and don't look up in the power of the dog two films from Netflix. Any other thoughts about best picture? It's not surprising, but it's hard to get enthusiastic about this race. I mean, there's no real clear leader..
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"Happy and day everybody. Justin is off today. So here with me, it is ladies day. Need a Parker and singer songwriter after dean and Ben. Hello. Great sparkly show today. You guys, I feel like I got left out of the memo. I brought my ghetto earrings. I love it. And you're getting scared. These shoes alone, you can lead the way. Don't stop at the fabulous. I mean, look, I'm giving you garage sale on top. It's okay. You've already can do it. Somebody who a body issue is at your garage set. Exactly. All right, we have so much to talk about today. Khloé Kardashian is getting real about her struggle with fame. Will she ever get the privacy she wants? Plus, what would you do if your man said you had to propose to him? And we're hanging with Kevin Hart and LeAnn Rimes. So let's get this going. All right. Grammy nominations were announced yesterday. A lot of stars are happy and some are very upset, okay? Shout out to Jay-Z, who made history by becoming the most nominated artist in Grammys, history with 83 nominations total. John batiste leads this year with 11 nominations Justin Bieber. Doja Cat, her and Olivia Rodrigo all landed high on the list and Selena Gomez finally got her first nomination, but let's talk about the stars. Who are lashing out, you guys? Miley Cyrus lashing out dramatic. Miley Cyrus tweeted in good company while linking an article titled 30 artists who have not won Grammys, Machine Gun Kelly was a bit more blunt, writing, WTF is wrong with the Grammys. Esther, since you are our music Queen, we're writing all the songs. Yes. Find those boots with that money. Tell me. Let me tell you what these booths I got the money, but I never got a Grammy. Okay, so how important is our Grammys? Well, I don't know how important it is 'cause I got the boots. But then I start family. I'm scared. You got some shiny, you know? When it is, it's like when people, I've never like, I didn't get a Grammy for fireworks. S&M what's my name? Mister rapo. Keep going. Keep going. I went on my side, fireworks got a Grammy. I didn't. How does that work? Because I said that I wasn't a producer. So songwriters be fighting just to get some sort of cloud. So I know you're a songwriter you don't get any credit. Wow. Or any money. Until the song doesn't even exist without you. I know. It's my own spiritual retreat. But let me tell you something. These people work very, very hard for these album they spend a lot of their budget. They cried today labels, asking them to care for them. And then they get there amongst their peers. And after they show what you did, it's like somebody not showing up to the wedding. It is. It's like it's like you did all it is for your fans and your fans loved it. And then nobody shows up already. And you have to sit there and act like they did. You have a clap. You're like, oh, that's so nice. You want. So I believe that sometimes gram should just give them all one. One thing you can't print out some of them got you. But also, I mean, I feel like awards shows like I mean, obviously not everybody can get one just 'cause you put music out there, but like when somebody like Machine Gun Kelly gets left out. Is that shocking? When I wrote invincible for Machine Gun Kelly, and I think all over, but at the end, I have a song with machine gun care. But that's what happens. But let me tell you something. Do he deserve one? Yes, but don't Doja. But don't Doja. Don't Olivia. Don't Lil Nas X. Some people gonna get left out. Right. They can't even everybody. It's also like I think now we're in 2021. And things have been gradually changing. That's why other award shows music award shows that have added music award shows have been added for genres. That's why we've seen other networks do that. And I think as the time goes on and it is, you know, listen, I'm not in music, but I do know what it feels like to be left out or if you feel like you're not being seen and you feel like you're really working hard or you're using your blood sweat and tears and people don't care. Hear your thoughts. We all get our flowers. But I do think ultimately like you do it for yourself and for your fans, right? And so I think there are a lot of platinum albums that don't have Grammys or a lot of our faces. Who don't have Grammys. It can't be the complete validation because it's also a business, and we know there's politics in everything. So much. And, you know, we don't know how much, but there's politics in everything. It's so politics, but it goes down in history. Yeah. And when you take three years, four years, 5 years to do an album. Oh my God. And then you're ready to present it. It does well and then history does not see you foreign, and then they kind of knock you like, well, you never got a grilling. Well, that's what I was gonna ask you. If you win a Grammy, it does help your career. No. It does not. I don't know. Doesn't matter. But not a song, right? If you're an artist, and you have a Grammy versus not having a gram do you think it helps propel you forward? No, it helps your ego. That's right. I feel like it's I feel like Machine Gun Kelly right now is upset because his ego is bruising. He's one of the biggest hardest for so long. He is a big artist. And the thing is, where is his market, though? 'cause I feel like he's wrapped with rock. I don't think they got his category. Right. Yeah, I think there's so many categories in the Grammys but not the real ones. The ones that people like, no, this is not niche. Yeah, they're not niche. So you kind of fall within it. Do it in school, you know? I feel like it's still, they're still trying to categorize things that maybe don't need to be category. Go in with Doja Cat. And overall, but where's his niche area? Right. They need to maybe redo some of these categories. Yeah, they call me Grammys. Yeah. They haven't called me. I was just like, I can't be doing that board of board to come to work and don't get paid thing. I want you to vote. They want you to vote and pay fees. I'm like, great. And the stack of the book is this book. I said, you have to be a dedicated a committee person to go through all those. No, no. I gave it the booklet. No. Keep your Grammy. It's all good. All right, what would you guys do if you want to get engaged, but your man will not propose. So listen to what bachelor alum dean unger suggested to his girlfriend caelynn on his help. I suck at dating podcasts. They made it pretty clear to her and I was like, you know, if you really want to get married, you should be the one proposing to me one of the negatives about going all these weddings is it gets your girlfriend. In a mood to get married. Oh, give us 12 months, 12, 13 months, and we'll have something a little more formal on the books. Okay, give me a break. In the mood to get married. Okay. One of the things when you go with a girl to a wedding she needs to get married. Or maybe she just says she doesn't want to be with you. Yeah, by the way. I mean, if you were with somebody you wanted to get married and you wanted to be engaged and you loved this person, would you ask her, would you say you have to propose? I'm not asking, I'm not proposing to a man. I'm personally not. I'm not either. I'm not mad at anybody who does. That's not my mission. That is not my master. Right. Business with them. That would be like, let's start at LLC. We'll see where this is going. Yeah. And if we do good in business, we probably can do the good and bad. But if we can do good at this point, we can't do good. But are you proposing? Would you ask me about someone? I hit that I want to do business and I look at his qualities and I see where I can make money off of it and then I go into business with him. By the way, well said, Nina, I.
" nominations" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
"Then secondly I hope that video as we're now having to do with online stuff the video will start to incorporate in equity and sag will get their act together and be able to work together and make theater have a video component win. Its it services and when it's appropriate interesting but when feeder has a video component is it still theater or is it now video. Well i think that the music industry that that song pop song is still a musical piece even though it has a music video it's still. It's still that the song the lyrics. The composition of the melody is still the essential element. Even though you've now added a video part to it. I'm really i really. I was asking. That wasn't rhetorical. I i wonder. Yeah what i don't know i mean people still go to football games even watch. Tv it never televising. Sports never stopped. He wasn't going person. I i agree with you that there is something special. That is a stage production. That isn't tv or film. So yes that is correct. And i and. I don't think that's ever going to change now. But i but. I hope that equity in particular can start to embrace win. Things can be on video when things can be you know performed in new york but yet someone in iowa can see it or vice versa. It's gonna change for sure. I agree with you it because this is happening whether we like it or not right so we just gotta figure out how it's done work. We've opened up. We've uncorked the bow. You know what i mean. It's it's we're not going back so i'll be curious to see well. The twenty twenty one broadway season is already underway as the tony awards. Prepare to finally honor the twenty twenty season now. Some of the shows that closed last year have already reopened big hits like haiti's town waitress hamilton. The lion king and wicked. Then there's the new shows for this upcoming season like passover lackawanna blues david burns american utopia and the much anticipated opening of six which had actually started preview performances last season but broadway shut down the very night it was to open so this fall holds a lot of anticipation and probably expectation of what many of us hope will be a resurgence of theater. And the back of the bright lights of broadway. Well i'm your host patrick. Oliver jones still waiting for my own broadway debut but for now i've got this podcast where i handle all of the writing editing producing and marketing of each episode publicity provided by imagine. Pr group incidental music in this episode. By chad crouch while never make it is a part of the helium radio network and a member of the broadway makers alliance join me next time with misty rosas as we talk more about. Wow never make it..
" nominations" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
"Situation. And i think it should have been handled in an unprecedented way.
" nominations" Discussed on The Watch
"I it basically until they start. Dry a natasha's dressing wounds like movie kind of never stops again. What are they fighting for their is. I actually read it more like there was like basically an hour and fifteen minutes of almost nonstop action chase which i didn't mind actually. I thought they were really well. Staged i thought it was like for as much as you're just like you have that block in your head like this person cannot be injured so all these fights are essentially. I candy like when you get finally to racial vices character molina's house and every search to calm down not only does it come down hits a brick wall and i think that it's a credit to the actors involved in that scene that they are able to get through about a half an hour of talking about feelings after you've been basically chasing red bull with with truckers speed for like the first hour and fifteen minutes in the movie. Yeah it's not a natural cinematic language. Who is accuracy of whatever during the election. They have an issue with that where it's like you know. There's there's the sort of raiders of the lost ark idea that something like action has to happen. Every ten minutes to re engage. The audience i think marvel has a tendency to have that happen every ten minutes but then when they have any quiet moments they are really quiet. They're really really like yeah. Four people sitting in a room talking about what it means to be a superhero. And i and i think this is generally true. It's almost as if a different creative team is responsible for. Them and creative team is a very fungible term. But i think it's it's well documented that when marvel recruits in works with directors particularly directors that they think are interesting or exciting vision or work with actors. They say to them as part of their sales pitch. We will help you with the story boarding of the action stuff because we know how to do that. I think that's worked for a lot of people. I don't mean that as a dig at cate shortland directed this film. And i think by and large seems to a very good job with it. It didn't i anything that. I'm that i'm i'm personally digging. I don't feel. I didn't didn't seem to me like it'd be direct oriole missteps but let me give you one other way into this movie which was my way into it and i was very feeling very pessimistic and negative about having to watch on my laptop so i couldn't even watch it on tv. Because where i'm at week that's not. That wasn't even possible. We do not have a device to do that so watching it on my laptop feeling about it and the experience i had though for the first twenty minutes of this movie left me feeling something. Very strange and unexpected and took me a minute to realize what it was and it was like the experience last year when the world shut down and then all the best restaurants in l. a. Were like okay. You can just have our food take out. And so then you bring home these like unassuming non promising boxes and you open them and then you have sensory overload unlike salt and fat and flavor that you never have in your home and so. I was staring at this movie on the same box that i watch. You know loki on it look. He's not a good example because look he's obviously from the same kitchen. Yeah but they get like mad overhead shots of european cities. And then when you get to that end of the movie. They're like thank you to the people of oslo and budapest phil mickelson the opening which is just like like beasts of the southern wild or something meets the americans and by the way it was like it was better than the americans final season. The first ten minutes of this movie. I was like i was so in. I was dangerously like. I couldn't believe how transfixed i was by the opening the blue haired girl. And where are they going now. They're on a plane and what is even happening. I was thrilled and that was fun. That was honestly. I fun and in some ways. Maybe it made me overrate the film to a degree Because i was just so on board there clearly is in maybe it's location shooting its tempo. It's pace its budget but there is a difference still it was nice to see is also the difference for the fact that we did not spend four hours wondering who taskmaster was right. Which is exactly what happened. This has been a show we would have spent all of our lives being likud taskmaster. Who could be the taskmaster now. I don't know if in comics. That's a well known thing when reading. You're always aware of that. It's drake offs daughter or whatever. But like when i was watching it i was like cool character shadow olga caroline go and then like she gets dispatched within the confines of a movie. Now you may be like that now is like sort of like an afterthought but if that had been a show we would have had a very very long debate about like. How are they. Dispatching this person and who is going to be the taskmaster when they finally like reveal that it is and it could be this person or that person. What will they mean for future episodes or for future seasons of tv and the movies. What was most noteworthy guests in the midst of this in the fight scenes in the backstory. Whatever is that. There was still room for two of the most noteworthy memorable and to my mind fantastic performances in recent marvel cinematic history. And we've already mentioned florence pugh. We should circle back to her before we're done but i do wanna just take a moment to stand up and salute david harbour. I i hope he gets to share it with jonathan majors at some point it. It's a similar thing right. And i i think ham sandwiches at one another. He does.
" nominations" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers
"The nominees are leonard. Fournette as a running back ryan suck up. Placekicker can't believe he's going to get to. Pd's antonio brown wide receiver and joe hague ofensive of line. Wait what yeah. Are you telling me. Tom brady didn't make the list and tom brady. Tom brady sir. i'm like you i'm like. Did i forget to put tom brady. Yeah he was he was at the top of the list just because it's where he fell and like i i skipped over him. I was gonna come back to them. Try trying to put the suspense suspension. There yeah tom. Brady tom brady. Tom brady leonard. Fournette ryan suck in tonio brown edge. Joe hague rounding out the free agents of the year. Yeah pretty cut and dry d think. Joe haden has any chance in this category against tom. Brady got some sympathy votes. If he actually would have held onto the ball right what everyone is just mad at him. Because he took vitas touchdown attempt. Yeah you think about it. It was it was. It was a great call. Yeah because veto is in the game. And if you're gonna pull a trick play you'd probably put with vida because you've seen it before and They pulled it with joe hague instead. Yeah it's a good call and it's one of those like if it would have worked had been amazing. It didn't play by linebacker. Yeah free agent of the year and you can't believe it's gonna win too yeah. I think that there's any possibility people won't vote for tom. Brady just care. Because they're no he's going to probably win at least one if not two other awards on the we'll get we'll get some both. I think he'll break double digits. You know because Ten twelve votes no. I mean percentage. Wise okay okay. Yeah and who was in tonio brown and brown ryan suck up hague and leonard fournette. Cornet might get some too. Yeah because the people who vote for offensive player an mvp..
" nominations" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers
"This is the next man up Type elite like an unsung hero. Kind of but this wasn't that category either. This wasn't that category. Good way to describe it as when the season started. That person's role has expanded since then and they've done really well right right so with that being said the categories are leonard fournette running back one of our nominating committee said playoff linney. Not regular season linney. But i couldn't separate that out leonard. Fournette running back. Scotty miller wide receiver mike edwards safety. Ross cockrell defensive back. Aaron steny offense of line and ricky team nunez roaches defensive line. those are all good ones. Those are all good ones. You see in the chat. A lot of people applying for steny. But his you know was that four games that body works going to be good enough because it is a player of the year category. It is it is but when when it came time i mean i because let's win when capital went down I want us wasn't it in the washington game. I don't think so. Steady was only came in for those three games. I think it was just three or four. Yeah but but when he came in the like he held his own like there. There is a couple especially in that first game that he was that he was out like. I think he's the one who led the sack through i on his side but I don't know how much of that was attributed to tristan. Worst being next to or being between ryan jensen interested or just him being able to hold up as his own. The elbe aronson was certainly. I think he's very deserving at least being nominated in this category overall but i wanna personally talk about my guy leonard fournette. The guy coming in to take grow jobs number one spots and so he shouldn't actually go james. Thank you james playoffs. Any there we go. I like it so he shouldn't actually count. Because you had him in as the starter coming in i did not have him in as the starter coming. Yeah you know. I didn't know. I had him in as the person to take the starting job. You never have honor. Isn't that what she said. Oh my god no. I'm pretty sure. I sent a text message about two guys renaissance full of it. Just so you guys know if haven't been around for the last five years with this guy. That's okay exaggerating okay Yes anyway lindor for net is on there yet. But i mean you talk about a guy who i mean. Let's face it. Linda for that struggled for a lot of the season. You know i i mean even in the super bowl i was still tweeting. Feed rhode joe feed roggio because when roggio came in he just hit so hard and run so hard. I still barely understand why they went with leonard fournette so much through the playoffs like why when because he got hurt he had that finger. Don't understand you don't understand why they stayed with him so much through playoffs. Yeah i don't understand why he was. Starting i think their role should have been flipped. Should have been the starting guy in lenny was the guy to come in and spell now the super bowl. It looks like they were flipping series for series to them. Pretty sure it's how it went because it was like it was joe for net and then i kind of lost track of how they were doing it. I did notice. I did notice those first couple of of flip flops. And yeah you're right. I i didn't pay attention too much after that but They went with them for whatever reason. I don't get it. I wish i did with it either..