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"annette bening" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"annette bening" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"That I think some people. He was actually too hard on and he was quite hurtful to people. But with me I I felt more like it was helping me because I thought he was right because when you start doing period work suddenly you sit a little more stiffly and you may be speaking more pedantic way which he saying. That's not that stopped doing that. That's not how people behaved. They behaved like we are behaving now. and so. I'm I'm very grateful to him for that. He was kind of a Taciturn Guy. But authentic wonderful man. Did you feel like you had to scheme over the arc of your career because of the limitations for actresses? And the fact that you started kind of as a you know as a grownup like you're whatever thirty ishers thing when you when you started and so like you started playing like hot babe roles And then you know it was not very long after that you are playing mom roles And then there's like a long desolate stretch ahead of that in a lot of actresses careers. Those are the kind of parts there are. Did you after like come up with a scheme of like? This is how I'm gonNA figure this out or was it. How Business Game Now? Just sort of follow things as as they came and I also did plays in Los Angeles. I wasn't going to. I wasn't going back to New York because I couldn't I didn't want to be gone But as my kids were going I I. It took a while. I didn't do one for about ten years. Think took me. Yeah that's right Then I started doing plays again so I would occasionally play which also was kind of great for my own sort of sense of work and what. I enjoyed what? I was interested in pursuing but I found things along the way I was lucky and and things came to me that I really loved and there were a few things I didn't do. I suppose I would have done but that I you know I barely remember what they are. There's a few that I didn't want to do because I just couldn't of the timing. I did molly my kids. So that's another thing like you have four kids and during the time when they were little you know. I was looking at your. Imdb and Mike between American beauty ish and The kids are all right Ash You know you're you're in a movie every other year something not two or three a and I understand why anyone would make that choice. I have kids myself but it's You know it's a scary parallel choice for an for an actor whose reliant in part on having some juice to get a good part you know what I mean like. There's a lot of talented actors Well Yeah I just sort of would stop and start and I remember after my last one was born. I think it was a couple of years I took a couple years off which is a blur slide. You know four kids But Yeah I was lucky. 'cause I always wanted to have kids. I still dream about babies. I it's like the most recurrent theme in my dreams is. There's usually a baby involved somewhere and I'm taking care of them more Something anyway so yeah. It was just so in my nature From when I was little I wanted to have children. I was a babysitter. Sir babysitting when I was really twelve. Live practically oh and even before that. I worked in the nursery at church so I was just always enamored of that and and that felt very natural to me. You know so yeah I did. I made You know fewer movies there But that's fine. Going away is good going way especially being in the spotlight and stuff. It's just you know it's nice not to be one of your kids is transgender. And he transitioned when he was a young teenager. Mid Teenager And one of my kids is also trends. And when she transitioned like it really made me realize how much of my idea of coup other people were including people who were really close to me who I really cared about like my kids. was wrapped up in gender identity. Like as a person with no you know and not even at the beforehand like no Ideological or even on very little even practical discomfort with the idea of being transgender. I mean you know I'm a I live in Los Angeles. I'm from San Francisco. You know what I mean like. I had trans friends and stuff but like one of the things that really struck me was feeling weird and guilty. About how much of my idea of my kid who's a human being was tied up in my as it turned out erroneous presumption that She was a boy right and I was like. Oh Wow not just with her but I was like. Am I doing that with everyone in my life right lake am I? I think I'm I'm pretty. I'm a pretty cool dude. Who's pretty has a pretty liberated minds but like oh well in a way. It's the one of the great gifts of having Trans Kit because then You be I know I know for me that I wasn't even aware of how I saw the world in this binary way and really when you think about it it makes no sense that everyone is on a spectrum and all of us and that at different points in our lives some people you know some people recognize their own feeling like they're trans at a different point. Some people suppress it or some people. Just don't even really kind of come to that until they're older. I think that that's a beautiful thing. I really appreciate that about having a trans kit that I really began to understand. That gender is something that happens in your mind and that a lot of people who are trans. That's their experience. And that this notion that there are males and females and that if you know the the the gender identity that you're assigned at birth is the the one that you are when you love someone so deeply who you see is having this experience Not just him but many other people too that I that I've come to now. I feel like I really get it. I feel like Oh wow. That was just such a such a limited way of looking at people. Maybe if that connects to what you're saying at all you know and it really is. It seems very natural to me now that some people are Trans on some people are Cisco and it doesn't have anything to do with the way you look or the way you present or whether your fam- or Bush or masculine looking or feminine looking or any of that Which is another big sort of stupid stereotype about transpeople so I love that I feel very grateful to my kid for opening my eyes. Now I've got to meet all these terribly interesting people through my kid because of this world to him. Well I appreciate you talking about that and I also really appreciate you coming on. Polls thanks I. I was so happy to get to talk to you and I appreciate your extraordinary work. Thank you and thank you for asking media to your show with you and it was really fun talking with you. Thanks Annette Benning. Hope gap is in theaters now. we didn't get to talk about it in the interview but she was so amazing and brilliant in the amazing and Brilliant Film Twentieth Century Women which came out a few years ago. If you didn't see that so there's too hot Annette Benning picks for you enjoy them. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye. Bullseye is produced at maximum fund dot Org World Headquarters Overlooking Macarthur Park in beautiful Los Angeles California where they were shooting the rookie the network procedural starring the very funny and charming Nathan Fillion when a network television show comes to town. It is quite the operation. Our show is produced by speaking into microphones. Our producer Kevin Ferguson. Hey seuss Ambrosio is our associate producer. We have helped from Casey O'Brien. Our production fellow is Jordan. Cowley are interstitial. Music is by Dan. Wally also known as Dj w our theme song is by the go team our thanks to them and their label Memphis Industries for letting US use it and we have decades of interviews in the can that are available to you to listen to for free. Mike Mills the writer director of Twentieth Century. Women are also was on the show. I'm sure he had some things to say about an betting. Although I don't remember what they were I do remember that. It was a great conversation. You can find all those on our website at maximum fund dot Org And you can find them. You know when your favorite podcast APP or wherever else. We're also on facebook twitter and Youtube just search for Bullseye with Jesse Thorn and keep up with the show. I think that's about it. Remember all great. 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Annette Bening and Laurie Metcalf nominees for 2019 Tony Awards

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Annette Bening and Laurie Metcalf nominees for 2019 Tony Awards

"Great news also for an Benning as we mentioned he's being nominated full. All my sons. I'm actually fortunately for me Sally field in that same role tonight. He in London Laurie Metcalf though, four nominations in four years. Yeah. The New York Times recently, Chris and Laurie Metcalf, the first lady of Broadway, and I think actually people believe that it's not just hype she has had huge success on television, as we know and onscreen lady bird for which he was nominated for an Oscar. She was wonderful. But her heart really belongs to the theater as she is the first tell anyone she's already announced next season. She'll return to Broadway in one of the most iconic of all plays Virginia Woolf assuming she gets nominated for an who Tony for that. And I don't see why she shouldn't be that would be five nominations and five years, and she just seems to want to do theatre do I mean who's afraid of wolf anyone who's unaware is one of those options that if you are an actor, and you get to being this role of like the play version of gypsy isn't an yet to play this role and you'll good sure to be nominated for every would under the sun. So good news fil Hori. It seems.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It crew the increased out the first one of the casino on here this for me this is that this is every bit as good as the first movie it may be better for me i found a more emotional in the first movie and i'm the first movie was a hugely pleasant surprise to me i went in you talk about everything that could go wrong independent and cuts someone's hair section i thought when i when when i went to see the first movie i thought everything wrong with this movie i was looking forward to it and i probably said that the podcast before but i was sat down and i just i didn't want to be there from modest i didn't want to be i didn't wanna be watching this stupid movie but as he g bear that the traitor come out and had lodi gradin creepy patented had been a whole thing and within the first thirty seconds a charmaine within the first thirty seconds i thought on us i can the they know what they're doing they've got me and it's an amazing for them and the confidence really increases in this movie and it's funny linda first movie it's more motion the first movie the end of this destroyed me after yesterday uh but in a nice way is not like an back as head cut off way this this will lead lawyer but in a lovely way ordinary no headless bears no headless bears this one is beautifully beautifully put together wonderfully acted you will fall in love with the baron you will love marmalades sandwiches if you don't already gripped group formed every hugh grant is so funny nfl games so as a brent gleason nobody is wasted literally and figuratively 80s fantastic and the message of the movie about tolerance and politeness and hearts and uh look for the good and people and being nice to people being hot i can change the world and it was not the kind of got me the cause.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So he has to try and save up enough money to buy it in the meantime i dastardly persons steals it who could in related news there's a dastardly person who lives on paddington street he's an actor called phoenix buchanan laze around this this evening very little between them about that yeah that he he is there so um yeah one thing leads to another paddington ends up in prison and befriends or does he knuckles mcginty played by brendan gleason dea it'll go special schenk redemption without the tumbling for sheets and shipping i think that was an originalist house earlier ones darkness on the are rated led the fuck off co that's what they could have all the fuck off caught this we've earned or explicit ruling asthma this week sorry about that everybody unto you know it's ironic that were saying i know this because it is the nicest it's lovely age it's a film about a bad wanting to buy someone a present and that thoughts kind of it and that the whole movie he's just trying to buy a gift to somebody and it's um it's so sweet and i mean the first film was big success and with the sequel there was probably the temptation to do something spectacular get out of london take him to another country take into space so something but they they keep it in london and they keep it at the same kind of scale yeah and and they don't just repeat the same sort of beats theater it's not mr brian suddenly decides he doesn't like him again after all or any has to win him over again which i think a lot of sequels also day there are some brilliant kind of recurring fate they go back to some of the guys from the original cj fond abe's a security guard carteseh comes back and i think that's the spoiler he's one of my favorite things yeah this series um.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"No memorable if we could have been a little more there is a terrible y nina simone cover i sexy really really about okay by whom i don okay so to stars and firm professor marcin under wonderwoman a movie that if you ask me maybe needs to go and sit on the lesser of truth because and it'll be better this little little bit okay so opening in fairly limited release this this week across the country and in london is afford a project it will be expanding into cinemas this uh over the next couple of weeks it's a new phone from sean baker who burst onto the scene with tangerine a couple of years ago uh so helen you tell us about this yeah this is gone massively up in budget in that it's not show on an iphone at schultz on actually 35millimeter and has a movie star in it in willing to fo so he plays the manager of a cheap florida hotel near at disney's florida and disney world and it's mostly note filled with the tourists you might expect it's mostly filled with this sort of what they call the hidden homeless so these are people who can justified afford a room in a cheap motel but that's it they they don't have any security they don't have any apartments add have to leave once a month so they don't build up any kind of residents rights and at the hotel and in this environment you have a young mother cold howley his at play by braving 90 m baker find on instagram amazingly she the first time actor.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"You know literally everyone in the country is going to be watching howard's end really because it's on right after blue planet to i assume not watching up you are a full founder it is genuinely the greatest thing on tv last week was more tricky than any visual in doctor strange it was about the deep and we ought to strangers in it to other interested it yeah you know what okay if it'll get chris watching julio more i am very up for that now helin yet think from much indeed uh so howard's end is on bbc one as of this sunday november twelve time now to discuss this week's movies this week's big movie releases and is only one place to start the the one that everyone is going to be flocking to the one that made me laugh may be cry it is of course professor marston and and that's why we win the big awards give me no we don't i mean i can talk about that if you're on we start with it do we want to start with a guy are the way and then finish on hina we're not get out of the way this is a movie in which hundreds of people it's a twostar vilma which against galloway professor marcin on the one reservoirs in the mandarin this is the story of the creator of wonderwoman singular who was indeed started his career as a professor and started work developing a lie detector test that was one of his early and as sort of inventions at the one he patented isn't one in general yes but he was there anyway and he married young to a woman who's played in this case by rebecca hall he himself is pipe by the cabins anson from ironman three.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It was a secret pants time type stuff now kenny because i i spoke to a direct i won't name maamun but recently on a on a fairly big movie unless at how's it going neighbor shooting for a couple months but this point and he said is going well we've we've we've got the beginning we've we've got the end not so sure about the middle but we'll give their lives a bit more structured they have the the the story was laid out quite well uh and the work that have been done was quite good and then they lost their way of it because i think there were too many cooks in the kitchen and um so my work was pretty controlled um i had the earth those a cut about ten or twenty pages out of the script i changed to ransom the characters are treated the script was quite episodic that i got out and i tried to link the the events together but make them force each other dramatically a bit more and i tried to put on some humor and you know um and you have to accompany the but i think it was it was very for some reason my memory of it is not that it was a even though it was such a tight schedule um is a pretty methodical process howard out of a meeting with marty than i would ever meeting the actor who was in the scene the three we'd all talk about talker through than i would rewrite the scene show too marty first once he and i were both happy once he was happy really i mean i was usually happy if he was hurry than we'd show to the actors involved and get their input if i had to go back and rewrite again we go through the same thing to everyone was happy with his it was a pretty good system and a and a clipped along fairly well.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Maybe this is morally reprehensible but it's but that's that's the see we all swim in and i'm yeah i uh if someone stole the script was studio and they kick them off the script and army to rewrite them i have no problem doing it it's been done to me have done it others but i feel it's the producers in the 'financiers were genuinely responsible while maybe that's that's a really horrible to make a living summer knobs and of course serve one exception was gangs of new york which was a which was a film i was the fourth of four riders and uh brought on by spur says he who was the creative force behind the whole thing i didn't feel like i was on those different that was not a committee that was a genius calling things i was i was on a page one rerun for you or how how did that work very very uh very specific a very specifically targeted they wanted some work in some of the characters they want to work on the dialogue uh and they meetings mardi gra says he did anything than i also did some structural work that i thought was needed than they were happy to to accepted an an a lot of what i did student phenomenon adjusted solvit but those those wonderful experience wasn't a normal hollywood free for all we had the runner onset per our us i guess i got there are a couple of weeks before they started shooting they are in a quite desperate straits hussein amini who's on credited writer on the on the film did a really good job before me but he couldn't he had to go on into a form of his own so is run on two weeks two weeks ahead of the beginning of the shooting i rewrote the script about two weeks ahead of the scheduled for three months and everyone else was freaking out in front of the anxious and i was in shinichi to rewriting for martin's for says in the final day lewis and leonardo dicaprio who.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And i just wanted to be a playwright until i was in my 30's and then ice finally wrote a film not i i i then went into screenwriting as a way to make a living so that i could support my play writing which wasn't making a living and um then i got interested in directing as a way to protect the script first because having worked as professional screenwriter i knew that there is no protection for a script and and and you have to treat your screenwriting work with much less personal attachment than your play writing work and i when i realized it was possible to direct a small lowbudget movie uh i wrote my first script as a trine writer the same way i would a as a playwright with love and with a feeling of attachment to a i always tried to a good job for other people it's a different the different discipline of course so have you been three land that not horror show of having your work your your to film work picked apart by producers and rewritten by others i have not because it i mean i have had scripts picked apart and rewritten by others but there wasn't a horror because those script so you are detached that's what i expected on the what i sign up for and so you know uh it's common knowledge what happens is scripts in hollywood on an on the they pay you quite well for the privilege of of rewriting you completely and throwing it out and having never be made or whatever and so in a way it was very good training because i knew what would happen to a script at cared about if i didn't protected in some way so each of the three films that have done.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Um yeah i'm excited sita yeah that's a really good idea and they've also cast and the boy four shinzan but federal excited by eu member it so part of the d c you yes yes as took met this week asher angel will be playing billy batson who will transform into captain marvell no not that one and when he she has says she's i'm this is one is we're going to be is going to get confusing crossovers in this we should have a third quicksilver just been this movie just to really confuse me back we're not talking about the the the root rumors that the disney had hurled talks to purchase 21st century fox and twentieth century fox which of course would have thrown the cat amongst the pigeons for all kinds of reason the xmen of iron unders yeah but because at the moment the talks aren't successfully did they were held but they're not going ahead so until there's something concrete for us to talk about i think we'll deal with it then sure uh but there there we go say is the movie news don't forget the newish of empires also sale right now with reservoir dogs on the cover you upcoming movie to check it out and and a sign of our next guest and lord or even sing is interested because of course that is tv show that is that has a huge movie in its past and this week on bbc one you will be able to see a new fourpart adaptation of em forster's novel howard's end starring heavy out well i get carter we love you we lovey million honor uh matthew mcfadden and tracy omen of all people and of course there was a huge oskoui the movie with emma thompson and.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"First film in a shared universe the other didn't do a great job of building on the full g that they just show you the whole uprooted gm everything about an straight away uh they show you russell crowe returning into the monster strict within the first hour the film it is cold is that liberalisation purdue jim i mean this in you're not alter great start are you um i think this whole thing was uh not misbegotten from the starts i think that they had props put the wrong people in charge they certainly were approaching it from the wrong angle i don't think this should have been a series of one hundred million dollar plus blockbusters uh the ideal adjacent bloom blum house might be involved is great because there is a guy who can get a gold for the most part out of five and ten milliondollar budgets and that's what they should be the she'd be low down not gritty that's wrong were but they should be low budget horror films with the emphasis on actually being scary oh i don't know i'm not against the big budget horror movie i just the that wasn't what this was just don't think they work i am a mutiny intimate birom by by citing five example or a nonbinding once murfreesboro of in paris i think once you get over certain budget level horror doesn't work horror has to have a certain uh i think the budget has to foursome engineer from the filmmaker his joel is not technically a bigbudget horror film and the original universal horrors in central italy were big big budget them you look at you look a dracula certainly the first rakkad with bela lugosi and it's largely but those where one set i mean it is but at the same time like it was fairly big budget i think by the center the dialogue of those films and you call big names increasingly or or journey they stars became big names perhaps yeah and so it's not quite the blame heiss no but what i mean is d a foia the might nichols wolf treatment avoids the wolf boundary base get anything that could of where wolf in at fund helsing you know which could have been a great schlock.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Because of course you you do now to a degree the cameras of there they've been set up the lighting senate for a certain place so that it's illogical in a way but in fact um if you can yeah maybe something might happen that nobody knew about or knew that he thought about that would be of value in in in films that can be a small detail and that can really help clinton pecan interest and make something happened that the camera can see yes uh i think i'm almost all the time i just wanted to ask quickly are you wear your on a teeshirts la heard about this now i share your thoughts are on the frigate and have one in person there's a thing cold girls on tops miss literally just your name be blau i'm very flattering all the film hipsters wearing than that this is like that i as i am thrilled uh let's just to let you know really flatter yes so if you if you mix within the cool young film journalist circles and illicit vessel teeshirts cool saying no no no no and bening think you saying such a pleasure thank you thanks okay so that was annette benning uninspiring time to talk about this week's movie news what has been happening apart from the stuff that we have already talked well i think the big and movie story is about universal's at monsters so obviously the mummy earlier this year was nonstop as the first of the sort of shared universe of universal monsters with their plans for the invisible man and bride of frankenstein and so on kind of coming down the line behind it and those appeared to have been at the very least shelved let's say because uh alex kertzman and chris morgan who were sort of creatively in charge of the whole thing have apparently laughed and uh.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So you've been acting in movies now for i mean i i it's not polite to say how long perhaps but a your mind you it's it's been a while and you've built up such an impressive paul you're working on this in so many interesting films closer career i just wanted to ask like how'd you approach each new project what what makes you say yes to your agent what what is it that the writing is everything and the the writing catches my eye and also just sort of preoccupies me and definitely the director the his two film is the directors medium you really there to serve them and to try to get there you know what's in their head out it's a collaboration definitely that in the end you know you walk away and they they at the film so that for me is actually a great pleasure and it's kind of an adventure because each time people approach things differently so i like i like that at that time the journey f trying to sort of figure out the way in which we can do 'cause each project is so different and that that search i find more and more interesting it makes me want to continue um then i'm lucky and they have to do things i really love him fine things that and with people it's all about the people in the connections and being very connected to other people is it is deeply satisfying thing on that makes life worth living in it makes the projects worth doing when you really connected peopletopeople you respect and that teach you something and that you learn from then.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Pass on things that domain anything to me that kind of that all means very much you do lose a certain amount of anonymity but i i kinda feel like in the way that i live my life i'm able to go around and do the things that i want to do pretty easily near the the first time we see onscreen you'll doing for collects sizes is this is this a recognised unknown and actor is this a recognize acting technique i mean this is something the youth yes and and i know the other day i was with a couple of actors who we were discussing the movie at a film festival and they were saying oh yeah i i remember that i remember during that anybody who's done to acting school has had to do those silly vocal exercises absolutely do you have the right of passage you have a favorite tongue twister um let's say a tutor who to to to flute tried to to to to tutors tutut sick and he heard he could summarily less impressive mike in this that's you to hutu no no doubt bad while okay i'm genuine impressed so it's sean vacation all of this filming in london and in liverpool have you ever been to liverpool before was first time now we took the train up before we were starting to as a as a sort of field trip we went up and we went to the house swift peter had lightly knocked on the door their family lives there now and a young woman let ascend she's very sweetly walked around we went to the kitchen looks exactly like the one in that sort of eat a you walk downstairs joe into it there is some we went upstairs we and into the room where gloria was when they we take one half her so and walked around the city and this is a great place and has a very different vibes then london uh and peter and his family and the way they loved gloria except to glory angler and new them quite well they went and visited their early in their relationship so that's all very very much a part of the.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Of course she never was that woman in any of those films them is just to sort of an illusion um she became known for those movies and one of the things that i was really shocked by and watching a lot at the the old films was how many times she got beaten up in movies it was just so common then and because she was quote the bad girl you know she was defend the tall than it was very much accepted that that's how women could be treated even in stories and i am assertive shocked in movie after movie she's getting hit and beaten up and treated badly as so i mean i wish gosh i give anything to just been able to sit down and have a chat with her see what her life was really like that that the movies very much peters movie and it's from his point of view and it's really that um that emotional intensity that jamie bell brings to it that i think really um he he was and peter is preoccupied with her in a very deep way whatever happened between then deeply affected him in his life he was able to write about it in a way that i could relate to set then it just becomes a love story like like any other in its uniqueness tap into been between these two people yeah did you managed to speak to anyone who had mess so i i read the bob reportedly produced the film uh admits floriani is when nigeria the heater and glow and barbara were friend right and in fact.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"She will soon be seen as lee film star gloria graham in film stars don't die and liverpool opposite jimmy bell who was on last week's podcast look at that it's all happening it's all happening i she came to london recently and she talked to john nugent so do enjoy this interview and app we're delighted to be joined on the import costs by annette benning how are you hi great thank you great to be here great thank you very much for joining us leisure a so we are hits talk about s film stars dunc'd on liverpool in which you play gloria graham whose real life classic hollywood's film star first of all i just wanted to ask what sort of research should did you i imagine you just had a stack of classics dvds and you just locked yourself away for a couple of weeks and just immerse yourself and the ad hat was great fun and she made some great movies to big heat uh in a lonely place at the bad in the beautiful oklahoma there was this sort of her classics potentially also made some other more bmovies that are really fun as well as little more cheesy some of them but that no watching her and watching her evolved than her her work on film was really at surreal i think in the lonely place is my favorite which she made with nick ray who she had married and that one with humphrey bogart takes place in hollywood it's sort of movie story about movie people and really good and she's terrific in it uh i think a fifth alcott was very good to her uh anyway so yeah that was a joy was juillet to watch her i could style to back and watch them again i haven't avenue in a while at phnom a great fan and in italy place says that that were amazing line from bugojno about i i was born when i kissed overnight yes side one night but she left me that's right and which sort of reflects what's this film is about because it is like this sort of fleeting affair with this unlikely.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I won't really know until i really put diet like kevin spacey film on glenn garg than ross is a film i am constantly drawnback to is on the west end of the moment with a with a different cast and so it's been it's went on my mind i think do i do i put that on an how i feel about what you kevin spacey i don't think it will change my reaction to the film too much but again as hell and said your mileage may vary yeah it's it's a it's a it's a tough one but i i would say that bear in mind as well as homes at the on this is work of uncertain films 100 or different people hundred fifty two people every hundred peope people whatever it is and um maybe think of them as well when you're approaching that film or lap play or that book or that song whatever it is not a definitive answer but i don't think this is a a topic on which can be additive definitive answer but if you do want to have your question red up apropos cast he could do so find number methods i were on twitter us at empire magazine used to hike and for podcast as michael axhted and we will see it i want on facebook as well as empire magazine and you can email us podcast app empire online dot com time now for our first guest this week and she is an acting legend has been nominated for several oscars are yet to win she's been the likes of since you women which is fantastic film you haven't seen that already do check it out the kids are all right uh the griff tres open range american beauty uh bugsy love affair she is of course the great annette benning completing our one to said of the bending household the bending beatty household so if you have an listen to the warren beatty interview special from latin from earlier this year do check it out it's a lot of fun.

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"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"annette bening" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yes j bona i argue in it although we annoying that we now of as i teaser trailer that's going to focus on hardly edmund just me stepping out the darkness since the like nobody your voting uh yeah no i i tweeted a opposed to free tom selleck '80s movie on the weekend than jay buhner replied with the postifor different 80s tom selleck movie which is of no interest to anyone but choice the so he pulls you put her one also this second said this whole segment was just to pretends could reveal that you were followed on twitter by wanted to a by on pretty much yeah yeah but that's been exposed i own famous fullyear this week ellen anyone not that i'm aware of now entering and no desert connor uh who is turkey so falls me i check no does o'connor desert conner full as you on twitter anyway as move on we have a question we have a question and this question will allow us to cover off one of the big news stories week as well okay uh and in his question from at michael acts at m w acts and he says in light of the revelations about kevin spacey and others does it affect the way you see there prior work eg usual suspects even though those films represent many other people's work to and the kevin spacey story is ongoing and developing and agassi couple weeks could we said we would we thought we'd be talking about the fall at la harvey weinstein thing for a few weeks yet and i don't think it's going to show any slight signs of slowing down and the big revelation this week in regards to the kevin spacey accusations and allegations center flying around uh is that he has been cut out of com completely cut out all ridley scott's all the money in the world in which he was going to start as a j paul getty and he's gonna be replaced by christopher plummer the other kicker for this is of course that the movie is coming out in twenty seconds december and so ridley scott the fastest man in the west is going to have to do it again and he's brought back his principal cast in his creative's including mark wahlberg michelle williams and he's going to shoot.

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