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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:12 min | 5 months ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"And you better make sure you're accurate on that. And so that's why I do take objection to this statement. That makes sense. And I mean, that would be so easy to research. I mean, this is 2015 when this is being filmed. They could have just Googled it. Right, exactly. But all right. Well, okay. I never thought about it that way, but that's a good point. All right, so we've already talked quite a bit about the cast showing, but do you have any final thoughts just on the general or anything else before we move to the rating? Yeah, no, Andrew Garfield looks just like, looks like as the dust. Very similar, very similar, yes. Yeah. Except the mustache. She doesn't have a mustache. Yeah, I've seen photos of dos with and without it. I think he kind of came and went. But they do a good job with casting because John Garfield's answer Andrew Garfield, John Garfield is a very old actor. Andrew Garfield was a tall thin handsome guy, right? He's very tall and slim. And Desmond Doss is very tall and slim. So I think if you'd made this movie, if you made this movie right in 1945, you could have cashed Jimmy Stewart. He would have been too old because he was already in his 30s. But yeah, I think Andrew Garfield's really, really well cast. I don't think Vince Vaughn is well cast at all. Like Vince Vaughn, but I don't think he's okay. Yeah. He doesn't work here. You already talked Hugo weaving was terrific. Yeah. His wife, Rachel Griffiths, right? Yeah, she was terrific. I thought smitty was good. Look, bracy. Really? I mean, really everybody with the exception. We're all Vince Vaughn. I mean, okay, I'll take Vince Vaughn, though. Over, over the sergeant from wind talkers. Nicholas cage? No, the Swedish guy. Oh, the Peter stormare here. You're sure Mark. I love Peters. And I love Peter star Mari as an actor. But not as a dot as a Marine Corps. Gunnery searches. Yeah. The Swede or the Viking doesn't work. All right, here now we come to the part that you've all been waiting for. We've got an extra long on this one. There was so much to discuss. It's such a fascinating story and such a epic movie. Thank you for your patience lister now. We're finally going to rate the film from one to 5 stars. I can't wait to see what Sean is going to say. I'm kind of nervous. But Sean, what are you going to say? I'm going to give it 3.25. Oh. Oh man. I think Andrew Garfield was great. I think there was a little too much Hollywood in some of the sequences. So oh man. And Vince Vaughn just doesn't work for me at all. You are a tough, my friend. I feel like I just took a tough critic. I took a punch in the gut just now, man. I've taken punches in the gut, but that hurt worse. Okay, well, I love this movie, and I think Sean, you're going to disagree, but I know there's some Hollywood. There's Vince Vaughn, and for that, I'm going to deduct a half star, but I'm giving it 4.5, because I love it..

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'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

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Golden Globes winners announced at closed-door event

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Golden Globes winners announced at closed-door event

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Really truly didn't have a lot of time. And I find that really moving and because otherwise, you know, I mean, there's something so terribly tragically synchronous about him dying on the night before. He was about to receive his flowers. The night before he was about to get the harvest of all the seeds that had been planting. And all the rejection he'd been going through all of the and then the night before the first preview of rent off Broadway. He didn't get to see it. He didn't get to see an audience respond. And I find that to be tragic, but also deeply moving. The fact that he woke up every morning anyway and sat at the piano and sang his song in the face of rejection and forbidding culture. So it was a privilege to honor this very, very pure artist. Yeah, it's funny that, isn't it? Because it's almost like, so for anyone who doesn't know, you know, John the Larson is probably most famous for rent, but he never got to see its success. And that feels quite synonymous with a lot of the great artists painters back in the day and composers and stuff. You know, like they died before they knew what they'd achieved. Right. And I felt when you said that you thought that he knew I think that's really interesting because I thought there was having a little Google about marfan syndrome, which is why he died. It was to do with an extra ability to hyperextended limbs and things, and in a way it was staring everyone in the face all a lot. The way that he moved actually was the clue. Right. Interesting. You know? Yeah, he didn't know, and there's a sort of, I don't know, I just thought it was poignant, I suppose. Yeah. And he couldn't help it. I think he couldn't help. But live that way. There was something that he was haunted by. He was haunted by his own giftedness, the his own genius. The genius had been bestowed upon him by the gods by the gods of theater and art of music. You know, he couldn't sleep much at night 'cause he was woken up in the middle of the night by melody by lyrics by ideas by ambition by love by all these things. It was like it reminds me of, I think it was Carl Jung the great psychoanalyst and psychologists that too was haunted and created so much of our theory of how to look at the psyche of human beings and at a certain point he just told the gods no more. And they came and they came at that he was in the 60s or 70s at this point. I think he had just finished writing the red book or was just about to finish the red book and which was one of his great tome masterpieces that was full of dream images and symbology and archetype and mythology and a real exploration of the deep soul and psyche. Available on Amazon. Available on Amazon, and he came in and so he said he said to the gods he said to his psyche, he said to his unconsciousness, I'm done. I'm done I'm done. I'm done. That night, he had this incredibly terrifying nightmare. His psyche was like you think you're done with us. We let you know when we're done with you. And then the next morning he was like, he was like, he woke up and he was like, hey, I know what you're doing. I know your games now. I'm not scared of you anymore. I'm done. I'm not going to do your bidding anymore. Hit a dream the next night, and it was like, okay, well, barter with you. Do one more thing and then we'll leave you alone. That was that. Wow. Yeah, it's kind of wild. That's the end of our lovely part one, what a lovely chat with Andrew we're having. There's more of that to come in part two we're going to be talking further with Andrew including tackling grandma with an agony uncle, Christmas plans and working over the strange old story about how this whole tick boom film started with a chat on a massage table as you do. So go back to the feed and have a listen to part two. At New York Times cooking, we believe that you shouldn't have to run to the grocery store every time you want to make something delicious. I'm Melissa Clark, and my recipe for the most adaptable one goal cornmeal pound cake is a comforting loaf cake that you can have fresh out of the oven and under an hour using ingredients you probably already have on hand and sliced, toasted and buttered, it's practically a bread, so it gives you a pass to eat cake for breakfast. You can find so many easy, flexible pantry recipes like this one at NYT cooking dot com. I'm Jane coast, host of the argument, a podcast from New York Times opinion. Each week on the show, you'll hear people who disagree with each other. Respectful civil debate that gets behind the big news stories and beyond party lives. Like how to reform policing in America. Raise the minimum wage, or till the filibuster. You might not agree with everything you hear. And that's the point. You might even walk away with some new opinions of your own. You can listen to new episodes of the argument every Wednesday. Wherever you're listening to this podcast..

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"I didn't feel very welcome. That is so funny, Steve, thank you. And what I'm going to say listeners is thank you so much for writing in all those nodes. A and B I personally am here for you over Christmas. So feel free to get in touch at home miss sapiens on Instagram, hello at homo sapiens, podcast dot com. If you're not having fun with your family and if you're going in the closet, know that you've got this hip podcast to be your true authentic self over the Christmas period. We've got brilliant lovely episodes over the whole break. I can not wait for you to listen to them. And just stay in touch. Next week, we're bringing in the new year with mossin saidi, who is an amazing writer who's written a book called a dutiful boy, which is about being a queer, Muslim, young man. Let me pull it off the shelf and I can read it to you. Dutiful boy, a memoir of a game Muslims journey to acceptance, but actually he tells us very interestingly how that changed over the course of it being released into paperback. Afro hertz no less calls it an emotional roller coaster heartfelt heartbreaking and yet funny. Oh, it's just a brilliant book. And I love him. And the whole detail of what it is to be a gamers limb is communicated so beautifully with this book, and he's a really lovely man and he does amazing stuff and does stuff for stonewall in fact. So activist and a wonderful writer love him. So he's next week's episode. But before all of that, let's go and have a chat with the delightful Andrew Garfield. We're going to be hearing all about his Christmas. We're going to be hearing all about tactic boom. He is absolutely brilliant in it. If you're John Larsen fan, if you're a musicals fan, if you're a fan of rent, any of the above or a fan of a good a really good musical film, you've got to watch it. Here's ironic Garfield for our Christmas special listeners. If you find yourself bewildered by this moment where there's so much reason for despair and so much reason to hope all at the same time. Let me say I hear you. I'm as her client from New York Times opinion, host of the Ezra Klein show. And for me, the best way to beat back that bewildered feeling is to talk it out with the people who have ideas and frameworks for making sense of it. For my days at The Washington Post, my time is editor in chief at vox, and now as an opinion columnist at The New York Times. I've tried to ask the questions that matter to the people at the heart of those matters. Like, how do we address climate change if the political system fails to act? Has the logic of markets infiltrated too many aspects of our lives? What if psychedelics teach us about consciousness and what is sci-fi understand about our present that we miss? This is the Ezra poncho, and there is going to be plenty to talk about. You can find new episodes every Tuesday and Friday wherever you get your podcasts. What do I want out of a perfect roast chicken? I want that crackling brown skin and white meat that's juicy and tender. This is Melissa Clark and my recipe for perfect roast chicken is at NYT cooking dot com, along with recipes and inspiration for any occasion. Thank you for having me, Chris, this is lovely. It is really lovely. I will say that I've also just had my booster jab and a flew jab about an hour ago. So if I melt at any point. If I pass out at any time just not hard on the screen and we'll but what I do want to say is a massive congratulations on this film. I think it's extraordinary and you are extraordinary. And the whole car stop, but you know, you just became Jonathan Larson. And how was that? I just think you took on this fluidity that he has. And was that a physical fluidity, I mean? It was something you studied a lot. Well, thank you for saying that. You know, it was one of those projects where as soon as I started to immerse myself in all things John and his life in meeting the people that he left behind his sister, his friends, other family members, you know, watching him perform boho days The Rock went along that then turned into TikTok, and this is an amazing VHF grainy VHS kind of uploaded copy of that on YouTube for anyone who's interested and it's him doing the one man show. Singing for his life, you know? And it really is, it really does feel like that. Singing for his life for the life of his own inner artistry for the land for the life and beginning to sing for the lives of the people around him to be the advocate that he started to become while I think in the kind of rubble of superbia, not getting produced. I think he had to really reassess how to live his life as he allowed the heartbreak and the agony and the injustice of everything that he was witnessing and feeling on behalf and with his friends in the LGBTQI plus community with the aids with the aids epidemic. You know, once he started to let in the true gravity and loss of his friends, all of his friends and everyone that was HIV positive and then so many of his friends who had dying in such a young age, I think that this show tick boom became a kind of ritual for them, and for him and for an awareness a kind of a ritual to remind him and everyone around him of the shortness sacredness and sanctity of life and to ask that very, very pressing question of how are we going to spend our time? So to answer your question, you know, for me, I woke up every morning as soon as I started to learn introduced me to who Jonathan Larson was and I had a year to prepare and then we were rehearsing and then we were shooting and then we shut down and we came back to shooting and then we went away and then we came back and we did we did an extra extra shooting and now we get to talk to people about him and every morning it's like I get to wake up and I get to devote myself at the altar of Jonathan loss and then all that he was and all that he stood for it all that he symbolized and how he lived his ethics his awareness of the things that bind us and so for me it was only this kind of privileged feeling that I had waking up and I still have it now talking to you and in terms of his physical fluidity you know it was more like he was so alive because of this awareness that he had because of this ticking. And as we know the fact that he passed away at the age of 35 from a heart from an aortic aneurysm, his heart was too big for this world in a way. And I do have an instinct to kind of an idea that really kind of drove my interpretation in my portrayal of John was that unconsciously somewhere he knew. Somewhere he knew that he yeah, somewhere he knew that he really,.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Doing all the cooking. So I'm just like gonna do show tunes and drinks. Yeah. Yeah, be good. Well listen, thank you so much for doing this. Thank you. And have the best Friends miss and the best Christmas. You two, Chris, I appreciate that was lovely, lovely to talk. What a lovely man and thank you Andrew for your help with the agony uncle question. You've got to give granny hell, that's all that's all I'm going to say. Listeners Merry Christmas. I thank you so much for being amazing amazing people this year. It has been a delight to be chatting to you every week. Hearing from you and this week has been particularly special hearing about your christmases and I loved your funny stories and I loved you really honest stories about what it's actually going to be like for you and I said it earlier I said again. We homo sapiens are here for you. We are one big family. And if you're ever feeling lonely at Christmas, all you have to do stick on this podcast or get in touch with those homo sapiens on Instagram or at home visit sapiens podcast on Facebook or hello heaven savings podcast on email. And let us know what you thought of that chat with Andrew let us know what you thought about all of our Christmas stories. Loads of love to you all and wishing you the merriest of all the christmases and all those who don't celebrate it either, wishing you a happy holiday should you be lucky enough to get one. I'm sending you a load of love. Hi, this is Melissa Clark from New York Times cooking. Who doesn't love a simple one pan meal? Take by shakshuka with feta recipe, for instance, in a single skillet, you get perfectly cooked eggs, nestled in a bright and fragrant tomato sauce, surrounded by creamy nuggets of melted feta. It's a delicious breakfast, but it's just as good for dinner and it won't leave you with a lot of cleanup. You can find this recipe and all of our fan favorite one pan recipes at NYT cooking dot com. I'm Jane kosten, host of the argument, a podcast from New York Times opinion. Each week on the show, you'll hear people who disagree with each other, respectful, civil debate that gets behind the big news stories and beyond party lives. Like how to reform policing in America. Raise the minimum wage, or till the filibuster. You might not agree with everything you hear. And that's the point. You might even walk away with some new opinions of your own. You can listen to new episodes of the argument every Wednesday. Wherever you're listening to this podcast..

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"For any occasion. Yes. And listen, I know you've spoken about a bit, but I'm really sorry to hear about that loss of your mom and thank you. I lost my dad and it's a tectonic shift, isn't it? Just everything takes on a whole new suddenly you realize this is all going to end and therefore everything takes on a new purpose or why am I doing this? Is the question that we're lucky enough to be able to ask ourselves? That's beautiful, yeah. And the tectonic shift is such a great way of putting it and it's because actually I don't know if you experience this, but it was like a veil was lifted actually. Like everything everything that I thought reality to be or I had perceived reality to be suddenly suddenly there was a big, a curtain was drawn back and actually where I thought there was a mountain there was actually a stream and where I thought there was a meadow there was actually a volcano and oh, wait a minute, I've been in an illusion. I've been living in a matrix and actually I don't want to live in a world where it's possible that my mother could not be here anymore, but the only way of living truly in the world is by accepting that this has been happening since the dawn of time. And sons have been losing their mothers, daughters have been losing their parents, you know, and actually I came to understand that that's the best case scenario like that much better for me to lose her than for her to lose me. And in terms of a natural progression of things. Anyway, it's a fascinating subject. And I'm thank you for bringing it up because I actually do think it's something that we don't talk about enough because it's the thing that binds us all. No, when my dad did, actually, I tried to talk to my friends about it, not all of them, but you know, they all just kind of went a bit strange and were like, you know, and I was like, oh, okay, people don't talk about this. And it's really hard, you know? It's really hard to process and no one does it with you. Well, I will say this. And I'm sorry to hear that about certain friends in your life that felt that they couldn't be there in a way to send them a letter. But I will say this, I have it was such a weird thing. With that loss because, you know, that it's foundational, right? As you say, it's tectonic, but also with a mother, it's like the person that gave you life, the person that was your container for life. Suddenly, you can start to feel like you're falling through the cosmos a little bit, right? But it was a strange thing. I would have my core group of friends that kind of became a surrogate. It was a strange thing, like them and nature. Them enhanced at heath. You know them and what a combat. Yeah, but they kind of knitted together to create a safety net under me for a while. And I didn't I wasn't talking to them on the phone all that much because I was just kind of licking my wounds and grieving, but I'd tell you what man like that text messages their emails their their little check ins going no need to respond, love you thinking of you whenever you need we're here. It became this it became a bomb, but it also became a kind of, I don't know, yeah, like a place to land, a place to feel held contained like that's amazing. It was so beautiful, man. I really want everyone deserves that kind of tribe of people in their lives and I'm so grateful for mine. Yeah, well I'm pleased that they were there to support you I really am. Now Andrew, I've just got one last question for you, agony on killing. Oh boy, you are a big hearted soul. So I wonder if you would help me answer one of our questions. I would love to. Okay. So lots of people talking about their christmases because it's quite weird for LGBT people because often they have to go back in the closet at Christmas and stuff that can be quite tricky. But when we've had through today is my grandma keeps bringing up the topic of kids, I suppose of me having kids. Despite her knowing my answer, how do I politely stop this conversation and get her to understand why I dislike it? Wow, that's not an easy one to deal with. That's very, very complicated and tricky because, you know, it speaks to a kind of and you know, I the image of a grandma, it's like, oh, all you want to do is please your grandma. Yeah. 'cause you know, they haven't got a lot of time left. And you want to give them what they want, even though you know your physically incapable of doing it. And it's just literally not going to happen. So, yeah, gosh. I mean, I would love to hear from you first Chris to be honest. Well, first things first, I'm thinking you need to confiscate the quality street. She's not having any of them. And I think you need to, I think people tiptoe around our elder members of our family. Yeah. And I think sometimes you've got to remember that adults too, and you've got to give it to them straight and say, listen, grandma, I know that you really want grandchildren and that would be lovely, but it's not what you're gonna get. So I'd like you to stop. I mean, there's no nothing I can add to that. I think I actually think that's really, really beautiful, and it's a self respecting answer. And actually, it's a respecting it's a respectful answer towards her as well. It's not pulling any punches. It's allowing allowing her to have her emotional response to that. And rather than trying to control the situation or mitigate her response, I think it's the most direct approach. And then, you know, that's the tricky thing with boundaries, isn't it? Because then what if she just carries on anyway? Then the next thing you have to do is just leave the room. You don't invite her to next Christmas. That's what you do. Also, I don't do it at the Christmas table. You can do it in a nice calm private environment. Never do it in front of other people, I would say, wouldn't you? That's really good, yeah. I think that's important, yeah. I guess I wonder, gosh. And being quite tough on grandma. No, I know, but no, but it's tough love. It's toughly loving, and I'm with you, Chris, I'm with Christmas. Good. What are your christmases like? Are they raucous affairs or are you oh man, I love Christmas so much. I have a Friends miss and it's lovely. It's chosen family stuff. It's my group that I was telling you about and it's my Jonathan Larson community, you know? And so this year we're actually going to converge in Los Angeles. I have a little trailer, a little double wide trailer near the beach in Los Angeles and it's like a little beach shack and a few friends are going to come out and we're going to we're just going to have a sweet Friends miss. And it used to be, this is the other thing it used to be. You know, my mom was always the center of our Christmas, you know? And she was like, the great cook. She was like, the stressed out. Like it's not gonna work that just created a masterpiece for 7 or 8 people and then like we all just kind of praised her for the rest of the day and she just slept. While we were all playing board games and watching movies and so yeah it's changed a lot. And. You know I'm gonna miss my my brother and dad and my nephews this year, but I'll be back to see them soon. So you'll be as sweet as sweet weird LA Friends with a couple of my closest my closest people. Oh, brilliant. What about you? So I've got everybody coming here. Like 15 people. So I've got all of my family my side, all of my husband's side and stuff. Oh, wow. And so I'm going to be William, my husband's sister is very kindly.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Still. Let's talk to you all about Christmas. I'm really interested about Christmas. What it means for LGBTQ+ people. So we did a couple of polls. We said to you, do you spend Christmas with your family? 80% of you said yes. 20% of you said no. Now what that probably means is that 20% of you are having a Friends mess, which I am a big fan of. And actually, so is Andrew Garfield is you're about to discover later on in our interview. I, by the way, spend it with my family. Always. And I feel very, very blessed that we're very harmonious bunch. I've got to say that because they're listening. The second question was, do you love it or do you dread it? 63% of you love it. It's in just over half. 37% of you read it. It's about has been in touch with amazing story about changing their wardrobe when they go home. I'm not in the closet, my family and parents know about me and my partner, but it's having to talk to individuals who are fairly homophobic, but love me nonetheless. As a son as a sibling, it's more of a mango closer for me Christmas is spark, clothing and I feel like you've been dressing like I've been to spend 1718 for the last 15 christmases, which is less and less true for the rest of my year. So I think it'd be good to see if gas and listeners have got that problem as well. It's just keeping a set of family appropriate clothes that has been the same to pull away and suddenly pull off our flourish, which is not at all what I wear on a daily basis. But it seems to be family gender Christmas appropriate. So, hey, we keep that outfit. Just fascinating about how we all play roles in our families, don't we? The fact that you're putting on that outfit that you spend that you put on every time you go home is about fitting into the families idea of who you are. There can be a comfort in that. Like I don't think there's any sense that you should have to change who you are at all about, and thank you very much for sending your voice now. But I think that there is not a comfort. I don't mean it feels good. I mean, we can easily slip back into roles with families and it's very hard to fight them and it's very hard to announce a new you in any respect. If you can relate to that story about having the clothes they like to ask for, please write in let us know. One of the questions I asked, which I knew was very pertinent for lots of you was when you go back home for Christmas, do you have to go back in the closet? Now fortunately, 79% of you said no, but 21% of you did say that I said that you do have to go back into the closet when you go home for Christmas. I'm sorry to hear that. I've got a very interesting voice note from AJ actually. It's almost like his parents decide for him that he goes back in the closet, which I actually hadn't considered when I asked the question. I have to go back in the closet when I go home. Because when I came out, it was kind of decided for me that we weren't going to tell the grandparents on both sides of a quite devout Catholics. So when I go home, I got a classic question, kind of about, do you have any girlfriends, which I constantly have to swerve? So it's not really a horror story, but I guess it just creates a much narrower relationship with my grandparents and I think also because I'm around and will all around each other all the time with the rest of my family. It creates a narrower relationship with everyone because they also have to kind of join in the lie when we're all together. Yeah, it just makes me a bit sad knowing I can't have the full relationship the same way my brother has for them about him and his long-term girlfriend, if they're buying a house, like I know that I'll never be able to have that with them. We won't be able to celebrate all parts of my life together. So yeah, it's just a bit sad, really. AJ, I'm sorry to hear that. He said it would become this 2D version of who you are. It's not right. It's really funny with families, isn't it? Because we sort of force ourselves to be, it's a bit like the clothes thing again. To be a muted form of ourselves, when altogether, because there's a fear that if we are real cells, we're not going to work, and we have to work because we're a family. And I get that and I get how I used to mute myself and I'd sure I still do. We're not all, you know, me and my sister are hysterical at Christmas, like we totally whenever together we always just revert to being the teenagers we were and we're like literally to two steps away from being like mom, she totally took my mince pie. She can have it to be quite Frank. Not a fan of mince by but it's yeah it's that thing about trying to make the families like the most important thing this bigger structure and the group and I just think it's not fair. You should be able to be who you are AJ. Maybe we should do a big homo sapiens Christmas thing one day. When we're not constantly being locked in doors, I mean, are we locked in doors? I can't even tell. Love banana Rama, the person has also done this a voice note. I think there are stereotypes at Christmas. I think there are roles that people have in the home if you don't fit that role because you're a little bit different than I think it's just an awkward situation, potentially and we all feel that pressure to be with our family, whether you get on with your family or not a Christmas time, and I think whilst everybody has that not everybody is subjected to a barrage of awkward questions about your sexuality in a completely inappropriate way. So yeah, I do think it's different, different for LGBTQ+. One of the interesting things as well to consider is what LGBTQ+ children must feel at Christmas time because if you're a child and you want to make a pit and your mom and dad think you shouldn't have one because you identify as a boy, then that can have long-lasting effects. The assumption that boy should only play with boys toys and girls should only place the girls toys I think is troubling and it still exists. A very interesting that things about when you're talking there about the toys and stuff.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Bernadette, there's nothing you can do about it. There's nothing you can do that put your hand put your hand on your heart and try to let her know how beloved and how grateful we offer her existence. So yeah, I was full of trepidation coming in, but then the other thing the other thing that I found deeply moving was I was like these people, these musical theater people are the nicest people I've ever been jumped into as a tribe. You know, I remember singing for the first time in front of Josh Henry and Vanessa and Alex and Robin and we were working on 30 90, I think we were just working through it without its lack of more whose lens right hand man whose his musical arranger and genius kind of like other part of his brain. And I did the first phrase in front of these guys so nervously. So shakily and terribly, surrounded by them. And I knew it wasn't good, but as soon as I was done with the first phrase, Alex was like, Andrew goddamn and like Josh hetter was like, Andrew, what the hell, man? Yes, man. Yes, sir. And Vanessa's like, yes baby, yes girl. And I'm like, I'm so moved by their lying loving, kindness. And I kind of absorbed that. I absorbed it from my own, you know, perspective that, you know, I wasn't there yet. And I just turned to them. I was like, I love you guys so much. This is like one of the best experiences I've ever had with a company of people, like the support and they know what it takes to make a flower bloom. They knew that they had to keep me open and to keep me on the up and up. They knew, and they knew that I could I could get there, I think. Yeah, and it's that support and love is what you need. And I feel like musical theater has been a haven for a lot of people. You know, it's misfits end up there. It's in the best possible sense. I've become this kind of beautiful family. And the other thing I loved is that there was a portrayal of allyship, which Jonathan Larson fought for LGBT, Q plus people forever, but also friendship, you know, and his relationship with Michael. And one of the things you mentioned, which was I thought really beautiful was there's that moment where he says I'm trying not to do a spoiler where he says he's really unwell. Yeah, let's go with that. And he says, why didn't you tell me? And he goes, I tried. And I just thought that moment speaks a lot to what you're saying about the tick tick of Jonathan Larson. Should I have spent more time with my friends? Should I, how do we spend our days left on this on this earth, you know? Yeah, exactly right. And I think the ticking the ticking can be either a call to action and a kind of a racing heart or it could actually it can paralyze or it can slow you right down. In a really beautiful way, like create more presence. And what do you do? Where do you fall on that as you choose your next thing and how you want to spend and try and do an interesting and important work and all that? Yeah, man. I mean, it's so it's such a good question and I think it's a question that should be asked every morning. That's how I can't avoid that question every day. And it changes all the time I know in my 20s I was very Jonathan you know I was in my 20s early 30s. I felt like I had a lot to prove and to myself. I felt like I needed to and I feel like this is archetypal for that age for that period of time where we as people are trying to figure out our belonging, trying to figure out where we feel welcome, trying to figure out where we feel useful. Where we feel valued, where we feel safe and also where we feel a little bit unsafe in a good way. Where are the edges for ourselves and where those places where we're going to get a bit lost and lose track and get it wrong and also maybe just expand, expand into. The more whole version of ourselves. So for me, I was in a big rush in my 20s and early 30s. And I would say, in the last, I would say, during angels in America, everything started to change for me. I think that that project felt like it was waking up something in me that I knew a new version, maybe because I was just so exhausted, but also because the themes of that play are, you know, it's everything, you know? It's everything. It's asking the same questions. With prior Walter at the fountain in Central Park at the end with the angel there, his face death and his chosen life. And then what I find so moving about that final monologue is that he's describing in such beautiful present detail, the quality of the light. The quality of the air, how the trees change color from season to season. He becomes this kind of zen monk in a way. And there's this deeper presence and acceptance of the beauty, the awe and the tragedy and agony of life. There's a boat there's both and kind of living into reality and acceptance of surrender to the mystery of life. And I think John gets there to that same place in tick tick boom while he's at the piano and the delicate. And he has to he has to meet his friends sickness. He has to meet the potential loss of his friend, the potential loss of his own life, the potential loss of his relationship and only in meeting that loss. Do we do for me anyway? And in my own life, having met a very, very profound loss in my personal life, after angels in America and in between that and this, that has shifted everything for me in terms of how I want to live and who I want to be and how alive I want to be in it and there's a slowing down. I think there's something beautiful once we integrate and live with this awareness that the clock is always ticking and that we're only here for a short time. So let's choose let's choose how to spend it every day and course correct every day. I find that really quite an inspiring idea. I'm Jane coast, host of the argument, a podcast from New York Times opinion. I've spent years as a reporter, talking to people from across the political spectrum. I've heard a lot of arguments, too. In person, and online. Some are baseless and mean. But some of made me think differently or helped me understand other people's points of view. And that's what the argument is about. Each week on the show, you'll hear people who disagree with each other. Respectful, civil debate that gets behind the big news stories and beyond party lives. Like how to reform policing in America. Whether we should cancel student debt, raise the minimum wage, or kill the filibuster. You might not agree with everything you hear. And that's the point. You might even walk away with some new opinions of your own. You can listen to new episodes of the argument every Wednesday, wherever you're listening to this podcast. What do I want out of a perfect roast chicken? I want that crackling brown skin and white meat that's juicy and tender. This is Melissa Clarke and my recipe for perfect roast chicken is at NYT cooking dot com, along.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Christmas, but I'm not going to do it because you do what somebody's got to move on. We've got to move on with our brand. You know what I mean? We've got to be fresh. We've got to be new. We've got to think of another slogan for our Christmas special. What would that be? Homo sapiens reindeers, Rudolf, it's a working progress. What a special episode we've got for you this week. So many things going on. We're hearing about your christmases, how are your christmases? What is it like for you going home for Christmas? Do you spend it with family? How do you spend it? Do you look forward to it? What's it like for LGBTQ+ people to do Christmas? So we've got loads of your voice notes coming up and loads of really fascinating stories and your Christmas disasters funny one's only some really funny bits and bobs from the lot of you. I can not wait for you to hear those. And guess this week, the one and only Andrew Garfield AKA Spider-Man AKA international Hollywood superstar. So he is in a new film. Which portrays the life of Jonathan Larson, if you remember, Jonathan Larson was the creator of the incredible music musical rent. Which is an amazing story about being sort of young, queer people living as young artists in New York. And it kind of took the world by storm, but it is such a sad story because Jonathan Larson he was a massive LGBTQ+ ally. He kind of tried to lift up the LGBTQ+ community. He was New York in the 80s answer to Jade Thirlwall from little mix. And he was an incredible ally and they have made a film about his life and it's called tick boom and it sort of details the story of before he became this massive star. And Andrew Garfield is starring in it. It's absolutely brilliant. It's a musical, full of original songs and Andrew is utterly brilliant and there's an incredible cast of supporting cars like Vanessa Hudgens, Alexandra ship, Robin de Jesus, Mj Rodriguez, previous guest, serious business people. So we're going to be talking to Andrew and we're going to be talking to him about what his Christmas is like, and we're going to be talking all about the life of Jonathan Larson. This man who created this show that was so kind of seminal for LGBT people at the time and still is. You know, people say that rent changed Broadway and it was one of the kind of earlier portrayals of queer people on stage. So Jonathan Larson is a fascinating man, and Andrew's portrayal of him is very interesting. Oh my God, so should they make Jade from little mix the movie? Can you imagine? Hang on, I'm interact it. I could direct it. What am I doing sitting here? I'm talking to you because it's our Christmas special listeners, and I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. Now, how's my week been? Well, as you remember last week I was talking about going to warp speed 7 on Christmas decorations. Well, you know, sort of holding myself back. So I've done I probably purchased too many LED battery operated LED light strings that I'm going to string around trees in the garden because it makes me really happy and they're really cool because you put four AA batteries in them and then you string it around a tree and then when you just press this button on it and it will be on for 6 hours and then offer 18. So at night they just suddenly illuminate the garden and it looks so pretty and makes me feel it just feels really cozy and I will take a moment to say that any of you who are suffering from COVID or have got family and friends unwell with this new strain or any kind of strain of COVID, sending you a big ton of love at Christmas because that's what Christmas is about is sending love. And I hope everybody is safe and well as they can be. And let's try and have a little bit of cheer today to maybe be the foil to Boris and all those Christmas parties. He's probably having one now. Is that libelous? Is there a lawyer? Have we got a lawyer? Have we got a homo sapiens lawyer? Have I just been sued? I don't know. There was that piece on Instagram about how Barbara broccoli, the producer of Bond had said, you know, maybe bond could be non binary. I just threw it out to you all and said, what do you think? And it had such a massive response of people it's really interesting, isn't it? Because it sort of runs deep this stuff for LGBT people because you sort of feel like I'll read you out what people said. First day I'll say when I read that, I was like, oh God, you know, I don't know why I felt like that, but I did. It feels like if someone says it, then they absolutely don't have to do anything about it. You know what I mean? Because it's like, well, are you really going to do that? And they absolutely should. And I think they should. I think we should broaden who bond is, but also we should, you know, one of the things that someone else said is we should also have other villains in our villainous spy of their massive fan. And you know, we should have other portrayals of these kinds of people that are we'd have to make bonds non binary, why don't we make a spy just as big as Bond and then on binary, you know? But BBD had a very funny joke, which I thought was great. Bond's pronouns are they, then they, which I just thought was hysterical. JoJo Matthews was into it though. They just wrote, yes. Alex Jacob says the cynic in me thinks that people really will say anything for clickbait headline. Is code said yes please we need a non binary superstar to show the world who we are, absolutely. Re Sebastian said, bro, that's not going to happen. Lb its bait. This is what I feel I feel like I should know what LPR means. Let's be real. There we go. See, caught it, caught it. Sam says, why not create a new iconic spy? Why for LGBT an old box? Oh, there you go. That's what I was trying to say earlier. Thank you, Samuel. Freddie steady goes as the franchise is filled to the brim with sexist racist ableist imperialist shit. Just give us an original trans character. Thank you Freddie. David Brady says an empty comment said out loud to keep the hubbub of the recent film going. After clay Jason just has lots of images that tell me that Jason thinks now what did you say in your messages? Alex. In all seriousness, I feel like these conversations are getting quite cyclical. Thinking specifically about the reactions not just to this news, but also when Jody Whittaker was cast as Doctor Who, for example, it's hard not to feel like this is just outrage or culture wars, concocted by the media. We'd also like to say that I haven't read the article and so condescends how much the headline is clickbait versus what the producer actually said. I also understand the need for representation, particularly with well-known characters. But I feel like James Bond has such a history of misogyny sexism and toss it. Toss it just kick toxic masculinity. Tosca masculinity would be sounds like an Italian toast dish. Associated with the character. Can't they just create non binary heroes who are just as gripping, but model less harmful behavior. I agree with you Alex. But it really got under your skin. Keep telling us what you think, but I think what we're saying is we want our own queer heroes. AKA queers. Before we get stuck in, did you listen to last week's episode with Champaign? Really deep chat. I love song. Let us know what you thought of that. Hello, homo sapiens, podcast dot com, get in touch, getting starch can touch, stay connected with all of your LGBTQ+ needs and desires, it's at home sapiens on Instagram. It's at home and savings podcasts..

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Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'

Filmspotting

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'

"Mother. This is jim baker. My husband jessica chastain there as tammy faye bakker in the eyes of tammy faye which opens nationwide this weekend. Andrew garfield co stars as jim baker. Tammy's husband who people of a certain age like us josh. Remember as one of the most prominent televangelists of nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty. Nine baker was sentenced to forty five years in prison for fraud. This movie is directed by michael showalter. Who made the very good two. Seventeen rom com. The big sick. The eyes of tammy faye came up a couple of weeks ago. During our fall movie preview. You have seen the movie and as i alluded to. We lived through the eighties. The bakers were inescapable in popular culture. At seem does the movie convinced that there is more there was more to jim. Tammy faye than we remember or what we saw in parodies from the time i mean it had to for me because my only point of reference was jan hooks portraying. Tammy faye bakker. On saturday night. Live visiting the church lady. I think phil hartmann was was jim baker. Actually so i didn't really know much beyond that of the story. I mean would have been a little kid at that time. And so yeah this was interesting to get some of the background info a lot of it drawn from the two thousand or two thousand two documentary of the same name. The eyes of tammy faye haven't seen that one. But from what. I understand both at end this i can attest to very much rehabilitation projects. You know to to say that there was more and of course there was more to to this woman than what we saw on saturday night. Live or in news. Reports jessica chastain as tammy faye is going to make you believe that no matter what. She is the powerhouse force in this film. The reason why i liked it. I think overall as a movie. It's it's a little strange. It's both really obvious like hitting its themes and points very underlying them like she on like her makeup his underlying. You know

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on The View

The View

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The View

"The eyes of tammy faye will be in theaters friday. We'll be right back. This weekend's twentieth anniversary of nine eleven to the ongoing pandemic and everything. The nation has faced in between everyday heroes have emerged to embodied the ideals that we should all be striving for so. Abc is kicking off a month. Long network wide called america's strong and we asked some recent guests and friends of the view. What it means to them. Take a look over the past few years. We've seen such great american resilience responders on the first line doing everything they can to take care of one another that to me. Is america strong being there for family for friends for neighborhood for co workers for the city for this country. This is an opportunity when people are need for us to stand up and help each other. That's what america's strong means to me. When i hear america strong comes to mind is the first responders. The amazing healthcare worker to really guided us through this pandemic. Resilience is the word when it comes to americans. We are strong. We are resilient and we come back again and again. When i think about the pandemic right when i have a whisky distillery in dekalb illinois called whiskey acres and they went from distilling whisky and providing great libations for people to understanding the need for hand sanitizer and they've literally on a dime turned began creating hand sanitizer for the school districts in the hospitals and they put their prophets aside to do that for the american people. They are a great example of what america strong means today. When i think of america strong i think of my colleagues in the food service business who have not only pivoted their lives but found ways to feed and provide for their community while they were reinventing themselves and their businesses. Thank you friends so it begs.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on The View

The View

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The View

"I just mean it literally lake. There's there's a moment in the film where in the very beginnings of their career that during the jim and tammy show. Yeah this is the moment here. And tammy basically reveals to. Jim live on ad that he's going to be a follow the for the first time that she's pregnant with their first child and he she doesn't say it to him privately and then share it with their audience doesn't in the moment this very sacred private thing that is usually between you know two people who are in a relationship but she makes this spectacle she shares it with the audience in the same moment she shares it with jim. And you see jim kind of this mix of joy and excitement and a little bit of kind of discomfort and vulnerability of going. Is this okay. And you see the process of per formative living occurring in in that very moment and then from there they were off to the races and they decided that that private lives was Not necessarily needing to be private and actually it was lucrative to make that private life public in something they encourage people to donate and give because it made them more relatable and and also they created it with. I think they came to honestly in a way. This is my interpretation anyway but they came to honestly in the sense that they saw that parishioners that partners. They used to call them as their own family. So why shouldn't you'll hear that we're having a baby at the same time that my husband loss cousins and sisters and brothers and we're on the same christian family so it's a very complicated thing. That's a nice rationalization for making more money so So jim and tammy faye bakker became the butt of many jokes in the eighties. I remember it well but tammy faye was actually an early supporter of the lgbtq community. And she believes that christians should embrace people living with aids which ruffled a lot of evangelista feathers. Do you think that she deserves more credit for that. I mean definitely i think. That's one of the the the reasons. Why i think and jessica could speak better to this but one of the reasons jessica was so excited about telling her story and bring to life and spreading story to more people and actually getting a deep look of the character of the person that she was is that she was an advocate for for for the lgbtq plus community and and an anyone really who felt like they were in any way feeling sense of exile or or a sense of being forbidden from being in the center of the culture. And because i think that's who she was as well she had this sense of identification with those who were excluded or who who kind of pushed to the edges of society and she. She knew that's where the love was needed. And that's why the inclusion needed so. Yeah she was that from my understanding and especially from what jessica brings to the to. The role is that she was a very pure loving person that may be just has had had was operating under some naive asean delusion again. Notice a justifiable. The coats and as many diet coke says she wanted. I think i haven't seen it yet i want. I'm looking forward to watch. I really am and so everybody can see this week but Thanks to andrew garfield..

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on The View

The View

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The View

"When i watched some of that stuff is welcome. Andrew garfield welcome. It's lovely to see you will resume but you know we like it to be here and you originally was supposed to be here in person but something happened what happened. Tell us that. There's a pandemic i don't know if you guys talking about it but then and yeah no. It's a shame. I was really excited to come. And be with you guys. But i'm shooting up. In calgary shooting already interesting miniseries based on the jon krakauer book under the banner of heaven which is a whole nother story. But i was come down. And then we had a few breakthrough cases and our crew and so few of us having to quarantine and self isolates on fortunate. I couldn't fly. But i'm still grateful for this technology that i can talk you through right now. So that's lovely. What yeah what joy meant was thank you for not coming here today but you also had to miss the premiere of your new film. The eyes of tammy faye at the toronto film festival last night. Though your co star jessica chastain was there but it was a different red carpet event of hers that went viral last week. We talked about it that moment. Between her and oscar isaac and. You actually texted her after that happened. What did you say. Oh well i mean you know. I saw that like the rest of the world did i texted and i said something along the lines of. I hope you don't expect me to lick your armpit on the red carpet. And and she said something like gaffey. Go sell this movie. And i said no. No no this is a alone was a lick of armpit andrew. We all saw it anyway to discuss in the eyes of tammy faye you are brilliant in this jessica is brilliant in this. I'm always up for a gym. Tammy faye flick their fascinating. Their tv evangelical. They rose to fame in the seventies and eighties before they're pretty spectacular fall from grace due to financial scandals and allegations of sexual assault. Jim even served five years actually in prison for fraud. You call them though. America's first reality show couple. What do you mean by that. I think.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on The View

The View

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The View

"Funding fundamental misunderstanding between sides about whether we are actually having a conversation. Let me speak up for the national anthem for moment. One of the reasons that we all had chills hearing it in the days after nine. Eleven is not because it stood for francis. Scott key or the things that he thought because it stood for all of us and the the flag stood for all of us in that moment in those rare moments when we truly are unified and just in the past couple of weeks. We have lost young people. People of color and white marines and navy folks and soldiers in afghanistan for whom that anthem and the flag were sacred and they laid down their lives in front of them so that this is a point of passion with good reason and i think people when they see it thrown overboard because of the thoughts of francis scott key they get passionate about that because they want unity now when it comes. We saying the black national anthem in my schools. Growing up shoutout durham. It's a beautiful song. But i do know by the written in one thousand nine hundred even sing. It's very hard to say. Here's here's the thing that the issue of free speech is a real one. I've been in colleges for the last ten years teaching about speech. And i have a lot of people come up to me and say i'm scared to say what i think. And they're not wingers. Like i come into the college. Campus sort of pre cancelled. I'm a right leaning person. I can say what i want right. And i'm not trying to be rude about it or anything. You don't want to be a jerk. You wanna have conversation right but increasingly liberal students come to me and say i'm not sure what the orthodoxy demands for me today And when you get in a situation. We're in atlanta this this african-american mom had to file a complaint. Because her african american daughter was put in a class that was specifically segregated for good. That's that was the idea. The principal the school's out. We'll just we'll just separate these two races fighting segregation and disunity with actual straight up segregation. Is real bad. i don't understand that. They were separated by race. What i'd like the idea from the principal. Who was african american was that these students would be more comfortable in these two separate classrooms. A mom came and said. I'd really like my kids in this classroom. Because i think the teacher fits better and the principal says well. We got him segregated. For this reason. They're gone for about race and then they're going to go back together. She she's filed a civil rights lawsuit. This is what i was saying to that. All of that makes sense my father my grandfather and many of our fathers fought in all these wars couldn't vote in this country but fought for this country so there is no we know where we come from. We've been fighting to be seen as equal from the giddy up and if college campuses and teachers could stop seeing color. I and treating students differently whether we're on the left or the right because the great thing about freedom of speech is we all have the right. And if you don't understand what's happening you have to have the conversation but you cannot that this is happening because people are woke. I was never sleep. I never been sleep okay so in the culture that i see we are fighting. Because there's a big gap. There's a big gap. You don't see us as being viable parts of the united states and that's the problem not just us but native americans and all of the other that we've been talking about women just a whole thing so you know what everybody america get it together. We actually dealt with this. Yeah we already dealt with this. Remember this stuff we said. Don't say to us don't say it. You won't have a problem okay. i'm going. We'll be.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on The View

The View

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The View

"Well. Hopefully back there. That i you know. I'm a big law person. I love the law. And i'm i'm really strict on it when you put up a new spree news and say you want to kill the vice president and i'm sorry you go to jail. I don't care. I don't care what you thought you were doing. Terrorists move. it is well. That's my point is when it is terrorism and we all know what it looks like. We shocked to see it just up in our faces. But it's you know. Tear domestic terrorism. Always kind of been with us. It is with us now in a way that. I don't think anybody's been expecting for quite some time but the fact that we know what it looks like i would like everybody just to admit it just to say yes. That's what it looks like when you know. I know what this means and this is not just a dance movie. This is a we got a wrap up. But i'm just saying if you if you are saying that the only way to make a change in this government is to overthrow it for me. That's the problem rebates. And i think we can all agree. Yeah we all get that. So we're we're all hoping that we can get to the place where when we're talking about the law we're talking about the law for everybody and it doesn't shift i. I'm sorry i'll be right back. The eyes of tammy faye star andrew garfield on how seeing a high note with hamilton creator lin-manuel miranda and the rumor that has every marvel. Fan spidey sense tangling and an all new year deal on friday.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on The View

The View

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The View

"Let's begin so tomorrow. The twentieth anniversary of nine. Eleven former president george w bush who is an office during the attacks gave a speech in shanksville pennsylvania where he made a comparison to the terrorism within our own borders. Take a look. There's little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But then there's disdainful flora zoom in their disregard for human life in their determination to defile national symbols. They are children of the same foul spirit and it is our continuing duty to confront them. He also calls for the end of the hate-filled divisive rhetoric in politics these days but the question is do you think people were listened are listening are people starting to hear things that are making them uncomfortable. You think we just we're in it now. I hope people Listen because i think it you know part of me ask. Will this change anything. But i think when we stop calling for this or calling people out. We're in a bigger. You know we have a bigger problem. We experienced that win the way we'd always spoken kind of flipped on its head and an administration and we were like well wait. Let's go back to that time when we at least civilly to each other and we agreed to disagree and i think i i loved that comment though about comparing that. Extremists are extremist whether they come from outside the borders or within But i also think the world is in such a different place than it was. Then when i think of nine eleven and how unified we all were right after you know especially in new york city i remember talking to strangers and people helping each other and you look at how when you think of nine eleven you think of the american flag it was everywhere every button. Every t shirt everywhere. You looked now. We talk about the american flag. And it's been it's it's shifted. The way we talk about it shifted been george. Bush has a lot to be accountable for the way he handled the attacks on nine. Eleven by going into iraq which had nothing to do with the tax and starting a war in iraq. And then i've ghanistan also and so he but it's refreshing to hear him go and speak against his own party which is guilty. Right now of this insurrection on january six. I wish that he had been a little more specific in named donald trump and january six. He did not actually say those words beating around the bush so to speak and just come out with it and say it. But i think he's now joining the ranks of liz. Cheney and adam kinsey gar. Who acts and romney who speak about against their own party. Which is very patriotic thing to do right. Now that's where i was. You know. I've never been a huge fan of president former president bush because of those things because of katrina and because of Waterboarding and because of alleged weapons of mass destruction so let's not have this revisionist history and he's never been known for his eloquence But that was a good speech because he did call out domestic terrorism which is according to the fbi the number one threat facing our country right but he didn't call out trump. He threw plenty of shade but he didn't call out trump and i think it's high time now for republicans to call out their own. I was watching this week. With george stephanopoulos on sunday and roland. Martin did just that. When he was speaking to chris christie chris. Christie is on this. I dunno gas lighting tour. All of a sudden you know trump gave him cova and he was still keeping for him still stumping for him and now all of a sudden and trump is the worst person in the world. I'm sorry chris christie we were there. We saw what happened and now an and roland martin. I said something like you ran against him. But when a person has principles morals and values they do not support them. Even if you lose and that's exactly what we need to see more of from the republican party out your people. I think he was trying. I think bush was trying to walk a line here. Well not sowing disunity. While he's criticizing. And i think that might have been the reason. He didn't bring specific people into it. I had to thoughts. Because i here for people not minimizing january six. This is not tourism. Gone wrong some people were there genuinely to go to an event and we're not caught up in it but there was very very bad stuff. That happened on a symbolic terrible way here. I also emphatically don't think it's equivalent to nine eleven. And here's here's the issue with comparing the two too much just on loss of life alone. But i think as you pointed out joy bush has things to answer for and some of those are the prosecution of the war on terror and civil liberties lost threatened during that time right. What does it look like. If you're terrorists quote unquote are your fellow. Americans and people who might believe differently from you and people get caught up in the prosecution of a war on domestic terror and you use those tools against them. I have no interest in using them on right or left. And i think it goes to dangerous places if we would be a false equivalency to say that the people who attacked the capital recruitment to the guys who went into the world trade center and killed three thousand people. That's not what i'm saying. And that's not what he's saying. He's saying that the motivation is to to overthrow democracy. And that was what they both cut both tried to accomplish. I agreed on the defiling of national symbols on that front for sure. I just about taking that taking the guns of that war on terror and not metaphorical for law enforcement and turning them on fellow citizens. Let's say on your side the other side they can use on yours. Yeah we noticed that your notice that i my problem is if it's if it's wrong for the left is wrong. The right you know so to me. If you are doing the things that make us say you are behaving like a terrorist yell behind these go to jail. I'm sorry because.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on WGN Radio

"8007. 8000 and tomorrow morning WGN. Morning News. Andrew Garfield talks about his new role as televangelist Jim Bakker will be the eyes of Tammy Baker. Well, you co stars with Jessica Chastain Place Tammy Faith in this movie, We'll tell you much more about that. We've got Amy Rutledge and Tanya Francisco on the line with us. Hosts of the new show. Daytime Chicago premieres tomorrow at 10 o'clock over the big number nine. Hope you'll tune in for that, Amy. I just wanted to talk to you a little bit about your background. I mean, you know, we know you from You know, WGN TV from the jam on the you But you also lived in Shanghai, China for a while. Is that right? Yeah. We lived in China for two years is actually right after my husband. I got married. He got transferred for work. I was like, I swear you married me Just what I have to go with you. Um, but it was It was very, very interesting Couple of years. I'm so glad we did it. Um, when we did, we don't have kids yet. But a really tough place to live and to kind of try and fit into sure, But on top of that, I also worked in television in Shanghai for a year and a half now was really interesting. Cute because, you know, run by the Chinese government. So you know, be typed in strips away all of a sudden. The script would change in front of me, and I didn't touch it. So somebody up there's was changing things. So they were changing. They were censoring your scripts, basically, as as you were broadcasting them. Yeah, yeah. I mean, I'd be writing them and I'll get back into a scripted like whole chunks of stories would be removed. Wow. So strange. I could last much longer than about not even quite a year and a half, and I just have a given up. It was too much going against everything I learned as a journalist. And, like, all right, I try. I'm done. What a fascinating experience. I'm sure going to be learning. You know, a lot of stories like that. And Tanya. I'm sure for you. You're going to be giving lots of behind the scenes stories of what it was like to work with Sean Lewis, Uh, for the last five years, Probably equally as traumatic as Amy Shading high experience. He told you this morning he had PTSD post traumatic Kanye disorder of them like that, Yes. That ain't right. So what's up with that charm, But he says he meant it in the past of ways. He was devastated over our breakup and help like you like hearing me. What do I need to know already? How No, it's just It's just dynamic between Shaunie and I, You know we're showing you has broken up, you know, so it's now meaning Shania. You know? Yeah. Now its little DNA, right, Tanya? Dad look DNA. Yeah. Premieres tomorrow morning, 10. O'clock. Daytime Chicago on WGN TV. I can't wait to watch Break a leg. Both of you with all of this, and, uh, no, I'll see you guys in the hallways even more than I did before now. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. You know, because I'm going to be speaking out on Wednesday to get a taste of whatever it is you cook, But I'm cooking more than more than welcome. More than Welcome to come in for a taste. Tanya Francisco, Amy Rutledge. Thank you for coming on today and best of luck with the new show. Thank you. Bye Bye. You guys nice to nice to have you both with us, you two daytime Chicago premieres tomorrow morning, 10, O'clock and Rachel Ray, By the way, some of you asking Will be moving to one p.m. to do her show, which is back as mostly Slash touchdown colts Jonathan Taylor from a yard out this is Compass Media networks presentation of the National Football League. On channel 1 11, the opening billboard in 10 9876. W G. This is a compass Media networks presentation. Of the N F L first thing goal at the one could be up to the line. Taylor diving over the top. Splash Touchdown colts Jonathan Taylor Wilson under center throw over the middle. That ball is caught at the 49 or 35 Yard line. Madcap cuts near sideline 30 20 stays in bounds. 10 5 Touchdown Seahawks, D. K. Metcalf Taylor again after the 40 after the race is 30. He's going to score. 10 5. Jonathan Taylor, Touchdown moving right to left. Dallas alone. Set back play action. Fake Wilson rolls right. Looks over the middle over there now throws it out the Dallas who was not covered Touchdown, Seattle Welcome shooting Lucas Oil.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on Deeply Upsetting

Deeply Upsetting

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Deeply Upsetting

"Because they're like dynamic associate tender and they end up. You know making a lot of friends with the customers because there's this euro bagging groceries because he just wants to hang out with his older brother o. moving action. I love it. So that's the energy. I get from andrew garfield so it's good energy but it's not like that's bookable energy to me that's like pro zadie like that's before you get to zadie loot that's the one that you know is going to be like god. It's going to wait. What would you do if you disagree with my choices. Someone would you kill andrew garfield because you have no sexual interest. I don't know. I like. I wouldn't choose for fucking whatsoever. Who would you choose for fucking. These aren't good choice choice. they're really not feel. I would be crying. Because i would feel like i was about to be arrested at any. Seems like a fucking child. nothing against him. It's just like it's too far of an age trying to do like adult roles. We watch that insanely depressing movie with him. Being a drug dealer at from the military like he's sixteen and the girl that's ended the plays his wife looks like she's thirteen and a half. That was really. That was one of those things where it was like. How old are they. I just really old or is this like weird guesting and the answer was yes. I think it's both. I think they're both like. At not means because of his age and mayfield. Uncomfortable like sexualizing him at being so much younger than me. I have to either marry him or murder him. And that's why i married him. I feel like he's a great marriage choice. I'm gonna marry him. Sweet baby connects you. Have this day connects. I really wanted to go into like a triad. Like i'd feel a little bit better but still she's still a baby. I had to. That made me feel uncomfortable. I don't know so a sexist berridge. I'm busy fucking face mcgee. No that sucks. Watch tobey maguire. Come i have to stare into his own. Now it's going to be from behind always induce ways and have that weird pouty bottom lip and and that adam's apple starts gyration is ready to like hot as he's coming he makes the weird like fucking come face. I don't know if i'll ever come again actually discussion. I feel like it's over for me down there closed. Well you got a good run but thinking about that experience. The river has dried up done with that. So.

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"andrew  garfield" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Kill mongers black panther caution lacking. Oh that's interesting. Yeah reminds me of that. I just feel like that. These costumes are super lazy. is this just lazy. Are these puzzle figures this what. I can't understand about these toys. Now they are. They're plausible barbie dolls. Almost so it's like bendable you don't see the joints and it's like cloth cloth over here. Well it comes with ten different hands and heads and different pieces in all this shit. It's one hundred and seventy dollars. I will agree i. I wouldn't buy this one. I like the spiderman upgraded suit from the last movie was just like the black and red. That one's for two fifty. That's hoops tight. I buy that. I don't really like any of these seats. Really new ones no from the new stuff. Yeah no. I actually prefer old tobey. Maguire won the all of the or even the andrew garfield suits. Both of those suits are actually pretty cool. Yeah so yeah there. I feel like all of those who type prefer them over any of the marbles. And that's what i'm saying like the the black doesn't stand out the webbing doesn't stand out enough to me on most of those suits and i feel that it doesn't flow very well like like. Why would you put these gold bands a under the need. That's stupid it looks dumb. It's his boots. I mean. I think it's for you gotta boots with fern. Yeah everybody does. I think it's interesting to help. Put the pieces together for where things are going after loki. We'll talk about what happens and then spiderman no way home is The next The next movie but to movies away in december. But you can kind of get a hint of the shenanigans that are going to happen But yeah spoiler or whatever. I need something. We'll talk about that trailer. I feel like that trailer now. That this episode is aired. They could put this trailer out and we'll discuss why this is coming up next right. No worries and tunnels plus like two or three. Tv shows abundant got. We got what before the listen. We'll shane shanxi attorneys and then spiderman terms of movies and then tv shows and we'll discuss the list..

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Spider-Man Remastered for PS5 changes a lot, including Peter Parker’s face

What's Good Games

05:37 min | 2 years ago

Spider-Man Remastered for PS5 changes a lot, including Peter Parker’s face

"Five. So we know that there's been a lot of drama around the remastered for Marvel's Spiderman, which originally launched on ps four as an exclusive, and we'll be coming as a remastered version for playstation five. This Week INSOMNIAC released a couple of new assets showing exactly what they have upgraded for this version and boy. Oh boy, you would think people would be excited but ladies. People are not excited about this at all and I. was just weird because like it's it's predictable is really what it is officer. Culture. So it's I'm youngin announced that for the remastered version of Marvel Spiderman coming to ps five that it has recast the model of Peter. Parker the announcement about changes in the PS five version not the studio replaced the face of model. John Boonnak with Ben Jordan. The CTO said the Jordan is a much better MAC match for Yuri Lowenthal facials capture movement. So to be clear, Yuri Lowenthal is the voice actor that plays Peter Parker the original model was a man. Named John. Bosniak boob Nick Saban I don't know how to say your name John and then Bend Jordan is now the new model he looks pretty noticeably different to more boyish like the RC Cola version of Tom Holland rights. Gamespot. So I'm going to stop the bureau here for a second so that I can show everybody the side by side comparison of what all three of these models look like. If you guys have missed this and you haven't seen it yet. On. The Internet the Internet? Yes. Let me find it here in our not isis lead all these photos. Thanks. There you go. Okay. So I have up on screen here the three. So we've got the top is the original. Peter Parker on the bottom is the new Peter Parker a completely different person right? Like he's got a cleft to know is that you call it? Yes. He does have a little bit of a cleft Chin the ears are different. The jaw lines different I mean the cheekbones I literally everything different it's. Different people the eyebrows are somewhat similar just better. I mean, yes. The hair is actually quite quite better. I will say they did a much better job and I pull the photo of the Real Tom Holland. The actor, of course who plays fighter man in the Newest iteration of Spiderman. Know Him from. Avengers and obviously all of the spider movies and he of course, is famously cast in the upcoming uncharted film that is yet to be released, which he said is going quite well, which is exciting to hear but I think the reason why I wanted to pull this up because it's very clear that he looks this new model looks a lot more like Tom Holland than old model did this is the actual model Okay. So the actual model looks strikingly like, Tom Holland. Yes. I think they just happened to also really handsome dude. I was like Google guys. Oh hello sailor. You're probably twelve which is unfortunate for me but. He he definitely looks like like some of these pictures he looks like a cross between Tom Hollander Andrew Garfield. Oh Yeah Andrew the field had lighter colored hair in a different nose. Yeah. But he? If. This is him. That looks like townhall in this photo for sure. Nah Face the faces a little different hair think is was throwing the hair definitely look similar. So as you can imagine everybody people on the Internet are upset shocking I know according to Gamespot. The changes led to some complaints from fans of the original Peter Leading Lowenthal the voice actor again to issue a tweet blaming the stupid stupid bones in his face. Apparently, the bones in his face made motion capture animation difficult in a way that I guess only animators would understand. Continuing on the story other changes made for the remastered include a graphics overhaul with improved models and materials ray trace reflections, NBA shadows, true reflections of the buildings and windows. The characters themselves have been modeled with higher fidelity skin. Eye and teeth shakers, teeth, teeth. because. You know you don't teach shares everybody it's very important. I. Mean. It would make sense if you wanted to get them correct and like lighting or whatever sort of situation you know what the look. Weird I mean you don't want that on Kelly uncanny valley either. Either obviously can make or break an uncanny valley moment. supermassive games actually when they're doing with their mouth and then their teeth just look it looks like they go on forever like Thursdays so many. Ramadan so All the teeth are not the same size. So. It's like, yeah. When you look at other people yes you kinda knows it's not like why are like match your face? Remember they're talking like this I like. The loading screens, the low day screens would just it would be as if you were at the dentist with those things that they. Just you look like that. And it's horrifying. Wow. Oh, that'll the hot my dreams tonight outsider. Oh, no. Weird. Now that she has lowered Oliver her hands. So

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"Spider-Man" Is Leaving The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"Spider-Man" Is Leaving The Marvel Cinematic Universe

"So here's the way this works Marvel creates a spider man Stanley creates spider man Marvel's got the rights to it for years Marvel which wasn't really producing movies end up selling the rights to Sony so then we get the Tobey Maguire version of spider man in the in the beginning of this century and so we see those movies they're wildly successful Sonny tries a reboot with this guy Andrew Garfield I thought the movies were fine but they were critically reviewed very poorly and audiences were not really going for it either they didn't make what they want in the box office so Sony finally gets over itself and says okay fine we'll work with Marvel on this incredible cinematic universe that they've created with Iron Man and all these other characters they put them all together in this giant marriage that work out the contracts the right way and ends up being a smashing success well it's over we get news yesterday spider man is now leaving the Marvel cinematic universe Tom Holland who's played the character really well in the latest movies well not apparently be although there is a some hope still hanging out there apparently be a part of any more of these Marvel cinematic universe's movies and instead Sony's just gonna hold onto I'm selfishly because they can't agree on you guessed it money for more on this we got Victoria Gleick is the executive producer filling in this morning for our heather hunter Victoria I know you watch all the stuff really closely checks to me about this yesterday to me America you were very disappointed in the US yes it's funny because my friend Logan shot out to him texted me and I ended up texting this Chris plan if I weren't twenty two I would be angry crying right now just because I think Marvel did such an amazing job with spider man and Sony and they kind of saves the character concerning I think mess it up some with Andrew Garfield Andrew Garfield am and it's I could enter Gardasil right actor and they did but they did the same thing with the new venom movie like Tom hardy would have been he is the perfect venom any such a great actor but they made such a forgettable movie yeah I hate that I did I said this to you yesterday and I hope this is right in the long run I kind of hope that these studios these major studios do maintain some distance from one another and and create products to compete because it doesn't seem like Disney's taking over everything I mean Disney on think about what does the US Disney owns the Muppets Disney owns Star Wars the entire franchise Disney owns all of marble Disney owns Disney ESPN and ABC I mean you just got unless you don't fox now you don't everything fox's ever produced all the movies that's on by Disney now no Disney plus is coming out the streaming service what is it next in two months or so October I believe they're coming out the streaming service to compete with net flex and they own everything the behemoth I'd like to see a Sony Sony studio exist that can actually produce something to compete with Disney because it feels like everything's a little to consolidate it now I agree with that but I just think taking that character that belongs to the Marvel universe is just absurd to me what's the contract on this and how long to Sony get to use the spider man character do we now it's like a crazy agreement they get a spider man four ever at the to the expense of Marvel and the thing that bothers me is that kind of set it up in the last movie far from home as far from home yes far from his when he goes overseas yeah they set it up in the last movie that he's is basically going to be the main adventure spider man and I was like the conflict he was having throughout the movie is like he wasn't sure if he was basically ready to be the main Avenger yeah so I don't really know what their plan is also the last movie ended on a cliffhanger I'm not gonna say what it is I haven't seen him yeah but ends on a cliffhanger and I'm just like and he's done really well for John by the way they've they've earned over a billion dollars worldwide so far on that movie it's been the I think the only smash success of the summer has been that's vitamins anyway it's wild he's a good he's good at that role but once again he's not actually American is neat nice British yeah what's what's the deal here I can we get Americans the plate American superheroes I have no idea but I think you did amazing and I think a lot of fans are very emotionally attached to Tom Holland as writer man why no one who is thank

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Ben Affleck Had Been 'Drinking Alone for Days' Before Heading Back to Rehab

Jason and Alexis

01:34 min | 4 years ago

Ben Affleck Had Been 'Drinking Alone for Days' Before Heading Back to Rehab

"This. Morning let's talk about Ben Affleck Ben Affleck according to people magazine had been drinking alone for days before heading back to rehab that he was on a downward. Spiral he was in bad. Shape he wasn't. Eating he hadn't showered and it didn't take much convincing to get him to go to. Rehab he wanted to go and he. Cooperated so that's the latest story for. People I, mean we kind of knew that he didn't put up a, fight but that was what was happening leading up to the days of. Him I just heard a story to that Warner Brothers is considering removing him or he's considering removing himself from the role of Batman because of insurance that the. Insurance on him playing that. Role would be. So high now because of his addiction struggles I mean that's been that project has been. So plagued right with him they should. Probably move on I I liked him. I didn't, dislike him as much as some people did as Batman but, maybe move on and re let that franchise settle for a little bit Well yeah I mean but let it settle or do what they, did with Spiderman they relaunched it so successfully with Tom Holland that you know Because, remember they had a blip with Andrew Garfield with Spiderman nobody liked those two movies you'll let it you let it simmer for, a couple years and then you do you do a great casting job like they did with, Tom Holland and look now when people think Spiderman. They no longer think at. Tobey Maguire which I used to they now, think of Tom Holland, they have to. Do the same, thing

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‘The Tonys Have Never Been This Political’ – Talking Points Memo

Red Eye Radio

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

‘The Tonys Have Never Been This Political’ – Talking Points Memo

"Band's visit harry potter won best play andrew garfield won the tony award for best leading actor in a play for his work in angels in america he commented on the supreme court ruling on a baker in colorado who wouldn't make a cake first same sex wedding we all belong so let's just bake a cake for everyone who wants to be faced steve kastenbaum new york mayors from across the nation endorsed to campaign to uphold transgender protections at the us conference of mayors meeting in boston massachusetts voters to uphold the state's transgender nondiscrimination law i'm elliot francis it's jammed from.

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