17 Burst results for "Blake Jenner"

"blake jenner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:35 min | 4 months ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But in fact, 27 of the 30 trends that we're seeing on Twitter right now are dedicated to the inauguration. And there are some personality is getting a lot of attention right now. I would draw your attention to a couple trends right now. Eugene Goodman. You'll recall that he's the Capitol police officer who kept lawmakers safe during the mob attack on January 6th. He's the one who escorted vice president Kamila Harris. He came out to a cheering crowd and the folks on Twitter absolutely loving it. His name is trending and Officer Goodman is trending as well. And, of course, Twitter loves entertainment. So you see, Lady Gaga you C J Lo, Jennifer Lopez. Of course. You see Garth Brooks Trending A rod is trending as well. And this is a fun one. David. Robin Net is trending, of course, the president's middle name, which leads me to believe that many people who are watching the ceremony today are perhaps finding out that they are in Joseph R. Biden Jr stands for Robinette. Oh, I love that. I love that these things were large about domestic issues at the same time. We're all conscious of the whole world, literally watching what goes on particularly like what happened in January. 6. Are you getting any sense of how maybe people around the world are reacting? Is there a difference overseas? There is and you know I want to bring up Ursula von Dir Lions tweet. She's of course, the president of the commission. She's weighed in, and this one is really striking. And for those of us who are listening on the radio right now, she tweeted a gift that says a fresh start, and it's an image of the U flag sort of embracing the American flag, she says. Congratulations Joe Biden on being sworn in as president of the United States, and Kamila Harris, the first woman vice president of the U. S. Thank you for your inspiring inaugural address and for the offer to cooperate, Europe is ready for a fresh start. And I should know, too, that the prime minister of Israel weighing in on his account, Benjamin Netanyahu, in fact, thanking President Trump earlier today, for all the great things in quotes that he's done great things that you've done for Israel, especially your historic recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital and bringing four peace agreements between Israel and the Arab world. He did also tweeted congratulatory note and video to President Biden and President Vice President Harris and then Barack Obama, weighing in as well with a picture of his old friend Joe Biden, their arms around one another, he says. Congratulations to my friend, President Joe Biden. And this is your time. That's nice. That's particularly thank you so much, Tim. Great to have you with us. That's Bloomberg. Quick takes anchor Tim Stenkovic needs to stay on the subject of overseas. Welcome now. Richard Haass. He's president of the Council on Foreign Relations. Richard Thank you so much for being with us. You saw most of it was about domestic issues. But President Biden now President Biden went on his way to say America's come back stronger and we will rebuild our alliances. You've been outspoken on that subject under the Trump administration. How difficult will that be? Little take some time. But today was a good start, David because this projected an image of a very familiar, reassuring America bipartisan Um, resolute. I think this will this. This is all good, but it will take time. I think At the back of every allies. Head is the concern over whether this divided country can be there for them, and also what times in four years to put it bluntly. How are they to understand where America is in the ark of its history, where the last four years the aberration and this is now the restoration of the normal or will it turn out that the last four years were a harbinger? We'll have four years of Joe Biden. But then we got then we're going to return to some version of Trumpism with or without the man. And that's the question mark that Mr Trump planted around the world rich I want if there's one place in which we shouldn't really expect too much of a deviation because we did here in the confirmation testimony from Tony Lincoln, and he seemed to indicate maybe they would be just as tough on China as President. Trump had been in by the way. Janet Yellen, the nominee for Treasury, also had some harsh things to say about China. I think they'll be more consistency than that difference there. David, You're exactly right. I think it reflects a shift in American thinking about China. It's a bipartisanship. Much more critical, much more skeptical. But this is a very different China. This issues in things China, it's more repressive at home. Economically. It's not evolved in ways that people expected or hoped for that stronger militarily. It's much more sort of diplomatically. So I think you're going to get you're going to get a much more pushback from the United States. Richard. I just want to follow up on what David just asked you because I was struck by those confirmation hearings as well. And do you see you said you don't see much of a stark difference, but we did see some exchanges yesterday, and I wonder if your feet getting the sense that we're going to see any trouble with any of these Cabinet nominees. In the national security realm. I'm thinking in particular some of the pushback from Josh Holly on the Department of Homeland Security. That won't be fast track. Do you first see any other challenges there with these nominees in that arena? I think the one potential awkward one could be general Austin not because soon man simply because of the need for a waiver, giving his military recent military service and there's acute sensitivity right now to civilian control. These air like these air veteran capable hands, whether it's Toni Blake Jenner or Janet Yellen or Avril Haines to Deanna Bill Burns at CIA to these, they're not partisan. Untested figures, so I think it most of these get get through despite Senator Holly Richard, This is Rick Davis in Washington. Thanks for being on the program with us today, and I wanted to get back to sort of the global point of view because you're right. I mean, I've spent a lot of time travel around the world and where there's a lot of questions, but heads of state over sort of what is the ark of the U. S. And obviously, I think Biden leaned into that President Biden. Leaned into that by talking about re engagement and and by the power of our example, I think was his quote. And what would those examples be in the near term? I mean, what would you like to see this administration do Either through his Cabinet members of the president or the vice president to actually try to get back in the game and re established that kind of global trust. The biggest thing would be competence and progress versus covert 19 might be the single most important national security statement the United States could make, I think Rebooting. To some extent, the American economy, American economic growth would be welcome The demonstration that our politics our institutions can hold. You will have the United States reenter. Various international orations. We left the Paris climate accords the World Health Organization, and there will be a big emphasis on simply talking to allies to consultations and that suggests multilateralism, which basically puts an end to two things. Pushing into America acting on its own in the world, which was something that Mr Trump's stood for, and it also puts them into the bias towards isolationism. So this will be an administration that will lean into diplomacy and foreign policy and will lead into a collective approach. And I think, for the most part that will be welcome. Richard to borrow hacking expression from an old car commercials. I recall this ain't your father's world anymore. I mean, what gave rise to the post World War? Two structures doesn't obtain anymore, So it's not just about her going backward, right?.

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"blake jenner" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"There was no follow up but i also think like like what would that follow of look what look just like to see him with my child psychology. You know show me on the graph where he touched. That's not appropriate. I was a kid show. Oh margaret wasn't eight roughly fifteen. She says yeah it's april april twenty you are he's waistbands. Might we turn around. We've gone a long wait. That's so weird jack you were you had i. I different handle. You were over means different which was gonna be my next question because you backpack bobak yeah yeah but you secured becca and kelty for. Are you able to help us. I have a feeling i we have a social media girl. Oh that's like the social media maven of los angeles and she just handled it for us or names callie. Which is something social. Okay i will connect. What are you wanting. You just need jackie o like i wanna drop. The problem might be tough. I know i know i've seen the girl who has it and she's just like a regular girl and i messaged her and she refuses to open it really does she and is she was the last time she posted. She's acted fuck. I think she just got married and like active active. How i got mine okay question before we let you go now. I didn't know if this i felt when i was watching the show but i was watching all the toasters leave comments for you and it's apparent that we all the same way about marley that she was just like like actually the worst character and like you were so able to her and i don't. I don't endorse what you did because you really fucked with her mind. She never found out that you did all that. It also yeah yeah but i was awful like honestly but that character was so fucking annoying like and she you got so famous afterwards like she went on to be super girl. Yes supergirl yeah. She wasn't a c._w. Playing all the time like you always. She's always talking good for for her. Con riverdell kids go to guess she's always with them so tell me about her offline. She's great. She's super talented. She is <music>. I here's the thing going into that show and they called her episode. The new rachel that was the name of the first episode exactly exactly and like leah's character was iconic. I mean by the way there's no. There's no rachel jerry and so it's like hard that she was sort of set up up to for the fans liked yeah. We kind of all were i mean i'll never forget they didn't something a press release with like our new photos photos and someone wrote on the bottom of mine on somewhere like who's this forty year old housewife dressed up. They were predicting your future in writing at the time like i now yeah right but you were so frustrating so old were you when you started early twenty-five or looked fifteen thank you but seeing that before you even start so i was like a side character. She was like coming in to take over that crushed me for a good good day right by the way she that's. I firmly believe that she had a big part of running the show you know like i really did not like no i'll tell you she's really really talented. She can sing. She said beautiful she can fly. She is so like she's really an intellect. She's that was a tough situation. I feel like there's a reason why she really got super successful afterwards like she must be yeah. You didn't get to know there's some of us. It's like lightning can strike once but good luck leading and find you like i've been standing in a field with an umbrella. I heard like she's not. There's no shortage for her because she is really talented. Super talented okay and my last question. I know i said loss. When was the last one is blake jenner related to. I wish it's too bad yeah played the longhaired guy. What was his name writer. Yeah yeah yeah. I don't remember he is is not related. Just when i went to college dropped off didn't drop them all the way through your support in new york. Thank you again the content. You put out the smiles all the memories. I think i speak have all of us toasters n. leaguers. Thank you back doc. Thank you guys. I love you guys and listening to the morning morning. Show live monday through friday ten thirty a._m. Eastern time on youtube so feel free to subscribe like all that bullshit it. We're also available as podcasts bullshit over there. I changed spotify. Libra review says maher getting intimate saying like you just want to be us also tickets available. It's my job austin on friday and then like l._a. Portland seattle and coober toronto san diego san francisco allstate's. You do not have dementia headed headed up not when it comes to money dot com have a great weekend of by..

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"blake jenner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"There will be thirteen movies will kick off at six in the morning with her screen debut romance in the high seas he's saying the Oscar nominated hit it's magic. And that highlights love me or leave me with James Cagney calamity, Jane, which Casey said that was the first time he had wooo. Yes. Okay. She was so pretty and she was like so rough and tumble and that was her favorite movie, by the way. Did you said and then secret love and then her two most popular rock Hudson movies pillow talk, which got early Oscar nam lover come back at eight and ten and also that day at one thirty the time doors day was on the tonight show, and she spoke to Johnny Carson butter screen image. Why she became an actress and views on living together before marriage. Oh, mind people. But thank you. Sonya are good tweet. Peeps out there classics. I'm glad she looked ahead. Yes. G look at nine. It's it's Paul Newman. Wednesdays on Turner classic. If anyone wants could. That's what's going on there. Sunday, nineteen eighty-seven is when she was on the tonight show, which Carson, that's no it's nineteen seventy. Yeah. Also on the Bill is one of her nineteen seventies. So I don't think she was on the tonight show. Not that late. Not that lake. She was done what on TV bay Seventy-three around there. Probably. Listen, this is doing. I am just going to be singing like a bird over here. Why through your nose because I just? Yeah. And it feels better. Okay. So did I we know Donnie won't watch it. But maybe Molly would watch Beverly Hills nine O two when this thing, you know, the seven returning leads Luke Perry was never planned to be of this. And to me when I looked at it. I was like, okay. Can't tell what it's about. It's still three months away to me. It sounds like it is a. Krypton reality show. It kind of seemed fun though for somebody because they had them all waking up to the song theme song of Beverly Hills nine O two. No. But sometimes it was the post toaster popping up a car star clever. How they did this little trade show. I thought so too. You know, Jenny, you know, Tori, spelling is making a huge bull of pudding. You know? And that's the bat. You know, I thought it was there and some money trailer. So I was kind of excited about it. Now. I know you talked about the Renee Zellweger as Judy that trailer last week. But I thought that trailer looked amazing. Someone said, oh, no. That looks like a lifetime movie. And I thought gee, I. Degrees at all. He's wigger. Okay. She sounded like particularly the later years, which maybe is when we're gonna hear saying he takes place. Flashbacks and you watch that whole trailer and there's another younger actress plane, Judy Garland. But I mean, you know, Renee Zellweger I thought it looked really good. I think LIZA might have to eat her curls about that movie that she might actually like it. I really think lies is mad that she's not producing it. I think that there is just a plain old show as my mother, and why someone else make money off my mother, you know, and I mean, I guess I can see how you would feel proprietary about that. You know? But we're as always someone did a Laurie and Julia movie, and they didn't ask us Donny for any involvement. Would we be bitter Betty's combined? Lately wouldn't get the complete story. Yeah. Exactly. Completely what we would completely be there. But it so in that way, you know, even if I mean, why couldn't they have just tossed her a stipend give her a driver for a while, the movie is shoot, you know, what I mean doesn't take you give her a year supply capris and pay the salary of the play the salary of cigarette lighter, and the ashtray dumped me, do you think it thing to do with the she doesn't want her mother shown warts at all like? This point. Can be protected there's mothers. But I guess I book I thought we would need one of our one of our good friends. There. Somebody who really knows their Hollywood in their lies is stuff did lies ever. Right. Honestly, I feel like Lorna left it, but she was younger. She didn't have the same relationship with their mom that lies ahead. Remember lies is like a teenager. No mom's got the TV show. She was a young mom with LIZA. Yes. And Lorna left is must be ten years younger than lies with Z tear. What anyway, but why do we bring that up to release? Wait a minute. Learn why do anything up so I said to myself marine. Yeah. Why did I bring that up? I know why why? Because now we get a Seabourn as elegant has been acting like crazy. We haven't been seen her in public. She's an TV show called what if and Donny posted this the straps on net flicks. And it's a drama from our guy who created revenge. I absolutely I'm so excited about that case. So she's an Montgomery a venture capitalist who presents an decent exposure type deal to Blake Jenner who we know from glee and Jane Levy from Castle Rock, it's a Neo Noir thriller that explores the ripple effects of here's the catch. I know of what happens when acceptable. Searching acceptable. Thanking your parking spot. This. Each season. We'll have a different morality tale this very excited about this. What if what? Julia. When is the last time, you did something unacceptable? Go romi. The last. Okay. What did I do really bad about? Well, it did it to myself. I bought so much as cream on Sunday thinking the boys we're gonna come over to the house need it. And we'd watch game of thrones. But I bought more because I was going to bring a treat to my mom's house, and my brother said, oh, you're supposed to eat Honey, mardi made it treat. So I that treat of ice cream. And then I bought more as cream I which is cream Piazza by there's my. Confession is you are able to buy six kinds of ice cream and get a and the storm. It's very exciting. Whereas like have you found a agree? Pair of shoes you probably wouldn't buy in six colors. It's available in. Six different types of I dream. Yeah. I want and you didn't have to do any kind of catch twenty. Oh. Me yours the last unacceptable thing, I did was probably kinda schooled Casey for his sticky fingers while he's like, yeah. That's give them a pass. I cannot I can't get into the taking care of myself fast enough. Right. But Donna, let's going on with you..

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"blake jenner" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"In the comfort of your home. That's always great. So that's Mandy one last one that we're gonna do a couple of quick hitters that Ken Jack, and I saw just just so in case you didn't read our views on the internet which you probably should because we review things much earlier, we talk about the pod order of venom on Friday. We're interview of stars born probably Monday after you get back from weakened American animals. This was a movie made by movie pass or distributed by the movie pass company, which is currently trying to steal take my money, starring berry Kiggen is any safe name. He was the kid who died in Dunkirk his name. Yeah, felt gun can Evan Peters, Blake Jenner and Dowd. This movie was pretty awesome. Snuck up out of nowhere. It kept popping up. My emails for movie pass to go see this movie animals and eighty eight. It's in the synopsis the unbelievable, but true story of four young men who brazenly attempt to execute one of the most. Audacious art heist in US history determined to live lives that are out of the ordinary. They formulate a daring plan for the perfect robbery only to discover that the plan has taken on a life of its own. Very gritty, heist movie very wild. Tons of random stuff happens that are kind of out of nowhere goes beyond like an ocean's Levin type heist movie acting is actually beyond outstanding. The acting is really what made this movie. It's just a blast lot of humor in it, but also kind of gritty messed up at times. It's one of the better heist movie. I've seen in quite some time, especially when you compared to some like ocean or that one ice. With Alan Alda and Ben Stiller. What was that? What was that one? Do you remember that. Tower heist. Yeah. Yeah. Awesome. Movie I, I loved American animals, Evan Peters man. He turns him some great fucking performances. He's great. And I like Jenner to Blake Jenner fan. He was outstanding in everybody wants them, which is, I think one of the better comedy coming of age movies in recent memory book Jenner. He's been a lot of good movies to seventeen everybody wants them Mustang. He has the same agent as Lucas, but he might be up there. Would you guys think about American animals gave an eighty five? I thought it was fun. Like you're saying very more down to earth. Heist movie wasn't like glitz and glam. You're saying, I don't have a ton of say about then that's love. Even Peters. I think he's phenomenal. And I think there's not a single movie. I've seen him in from my God and they underwrote him early out. This is not a good before him. I think he dabs to whatever he's been given. He just chooses really well, but either way he's just he's very great, I think is very versatile. And I hope. He gets more roles moving forward. Maybe some bigger franchises. I think probably the the most big money franchise. He was in his like what x. men own. He, he fucking killed it as quicksilver to it was so good. It's probably the best in the whole movie. Is he dark Phoenix? I'm sure it was in apocalypse. He. He was a great scene in apocalypse, and then I think dark Phoenix probably have the best seen in dark Phoenix as well, because what he can. The show that he is in dark Phoenix to me out in ten years. Yeah, he's guys watch American horror story. He's done. I watched murder house. And then I think that's the only season I saw I hear is the best season. So I was I was never big fan. Yeah, it's like it's every other. Was it Ryan Murphy. He at Ryan Murphy. He is one great season of television per series on him, and then it goes downhill. Yeah, I never really liked the second American crime story the for Sachi kind of kind of tailed off on that one, like Golden Globes or something. I don't know if it did it might have..

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"blake jenner" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"In the comfort of your home. That's always great. So that's Mandy one last one that we're gonna do a couple of quick hitters that Ken Jack, and I saw just just so in case you didn't read our views on the internet which you probably should because we review things much earlier, we talk about the pod order of venom on Friday. We're interview of stars born probably Monday after you get back from weakened American animals. This was a movie made by movie pass or distributed by the movie pass company, which is currently trying to steal take my money, starring berry Kiggen is any safe name. He was the kid who died in Dunkirk his name. Yeah, felt gun can Evan Peters, Blake Jenner and Dowd. This movie was pretty awesome. Snuck up out of nowhere. It kept popping up. My emails for movie pass to go see this movie animals and eighty eight. It's in the synopsis the unbelievable, but true story of four young men who brazenly attempt to execute one of the most. Audacious art heist in US history determined to live lives that are out of the ordinary. They formulate a daring plan for the perfect robbery only to discover that the plan has taken on a life of its own. Very gritty, heist movie very wild. Tons of random stuff happens that are kind of out of nowhere goes beyond like an ocean's Levin type heist movie acting is actually beyond outstanding. The acting is really what made this movie. It's just a blast lot of humor in it, but also kind of gritty messed up at times. It's one of the better heist movie. I've seen in quite some time, especially when you compared to some like ocean or that one ice. With Alan Alda and Ben Stiller. What was that? What was that one? Do you remember that. Tower heist. Yeah. Yeah. Awesome. Movie I, I loved American animals, Evan Peters man. He turns him some great fucking performances. He's great. And I like Jenner to Blake Jenner fan. He was outstanding in everybody wants them, which is, I think one of the better comedy coming of age movies in recent memory book Jenner. He's been a lot of good movies to seventeen everybody wants them Mustang. He has the same agent as Lucas, but he might be up there. Would you guys think about American animals gave an eighty five? I thought it was fun. Like you're saying very more down to earth. Heist movie wasn't like glitz and glam. You're saying, I don't have a ton of say about then that's love. Even Peters. I think he's phenomenal. And I think there's not a single movie. I've seen him in from my God and they underwrote him early out. This is not a good before him. I think he dabs to whatever he's been given. He just chooses really well, but either way he's just he's very great, I think is very versatile. And I hope. He gets more roles moving forward. Maybe some bigger franchises. I think probably the the most big money franchise. He was in his like what x. men own. He, he fucking killed it as quicksilver to it was so good. It's probably the best in the whole movie. Is he dark Phoenix? I'm sure it was in apocalypse. He. He was a great scene in apocalypse, and then I think dark Phoenix probably have the best seen in dark Phoenix as well, because what he can. The show that he is in dark Phoenix to me out in ten years. Yeah, he's guys watch American horror story. He's done. I watched murder house. And then I think that's the only season I saw I hear is the best season. So I was I was never big fan. Yeah, it's like it's every other. Was it Ryan Murphy. He at Ryan Murphy. He is one great season of television per series on him, and then it goes downhill. Yeah, I never really liked the second American crime story the for Sachi kind of kind of tailed off on that one, like Golden Globes or something. I don't know if it did it might have..

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"blake jenner" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"It's a, it's an award ceremony, and he's having this almost stomach book until they say, don't read to do it, and then he's, he's suddenly killed. That's almost the experience of watching this film in a way you're hoping that they don't go through with it because they with your kids. I think this. Can't help, but feel a little bit protective of them, particularly barricades character in the, like you said, that aspect of friendship where it's a combination of that aspect of friendship. You just, you know, you know, your friend is probably a little bit nuts, but you kinda love him and you wanna wanted to harness that and also combined with that sense of yourself wanting something spectacular to do with your life. So he's kind of always a step behind going that see how this goes. I know it's probably gonna blow up, but it might not. So I wanna be on if it goes well, and I think he's does wonderful job being kind of emotional core of that. It's a good cast of young accent, very Cogan pizzas who people may know from quicksilver in the x. men movies and, but also Blake Jenner from everybody. Want some TV Chris as well. But I don't really watch much TV. Yeah, I think can apart from Barry Cogan journalists worn, I recognized and that relative anonymity, I think of the costing really plays in its in its favor. You're not only these then sort of kind of American everyman this just no more noble high schoolers who have big dreams. I think the entire film is. Who is on the Handmaid's tale. She was in Redditch really this year, and she plays a very important parts in this heist. That's they go through the librarian who's guarding the books, and that's key to the reading the film in general. That's the what I was talking about that that kind of scores as you schmo moment of doing this is wrong and what they're doing has consequences, and it's fun to go along for the Royd, but there are moments along there and it's all represented through that current. And I think also may be in the neurosurgeon of the real life heist team with the kind of sense of regret in voice, the kind of heaviness to the way they retell everything apart from perhaps Warren who seems to have a little bit of smoke on him. The one point just cuts back to him with his big stupid grin on his face and you think you're everything this film tells you. It says you are only and it's that grounding. It's pulling. Back down of their consequences to this is fun to watch, but I think the grittiness of realizing whether doing is wrong, they don't know whether doing and they could end up hurting people is what keeps you so fascinated clear from from watching the real guys in in the film. You know, these are all very clearly very privileged men from a certain, although they've been in prison, it's a particular kind of person who can come through something like this and still feel like champion in the way that weren't weren't, doesn't somehow still feel like they have succeeded. And I think that's something the Fillmore citizen shy away from is the fact that they plan this heist. It went wrong. They went to prison and they've come out and you know what they've got this movie made about them and it's not so much that it's letting them off the hook or that it sort of glorifying them, but it's just showing, look, you know what? This, it's lays out there for you to sort of draw your incomplete. Conversation starts. Let's put some scores on this run. You wanna. I, I'd say probably four in anticipation. I had an absolute blast watching this, so five for enjoyment in the in the moment and five in hindsight, I think it's fantastic dreams for of course aboard, sorta be uniform again, but I really enjoyed the impostor. So it was a point where you know, just from the maker of the impostor, whatever it was going along with it again, really enjoyed it. And I think the the amount of come away from the film with in terms of thinking about the characters Thames think about it, this sort a really good film. And actually if you wanted to watch the impostor before after American animals, it's upon YouTube and fall on the real stories, documentaries channel. I find out the other day, which is handy. Sounds like a very strong week for new releases, but up next film club and it's time cheerleader..

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"blake jenner" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"And I think most of us here probably not born criminals, and I think if you wanted to find out what it feels like to try to attempt to pull off a robbery and this will give you a pretty good idea. Yeah. And. It's interesting. It's not much spoiler but when the planning the heist, there's no guidebook to help to put together a successful looking at movies, went to blockbuster every move. To Washington the end, they would realize that pretty much demand. Don't go away, but were you looking at movies to pick around how to saying like amongst. The actors in their heads. It was ocean's eleven and in reality or dog day after noon. And don't have to was a big reference in one of my favorite films, and that was something made the more watch. But then also. It was important that the idea I had was the form and structure of the movie should sort of mirror. They're increasing detachment from reality that descent into this into this kind of movie fantasy. So what you see is that we start off with a feel and cinematography and the score is quite naturalistic. And then as they get lost in this sort of this movie fancy, which gets stung sort of snowballing, we edged towards the tropes of some of those heist movies that we all love, but also were hugely influential to them. So you know, there's more steady Cam mortar unit, it feels is starts to grow in scale. The color starts to change. It becomes this other thing up to the point where they cross this line that should never get cross. I'd like to ask about the cast because the cast of actors you put together Barry, Cogan, Spencer the main character Adam pizzas from TV and all sorts and Blake Jenner from every once. It's such a great young cast of guys. They're putting that together. How you look harnessed again in a way to find Warren who is the sort of charismatic heart. He's the guy, The Danny ocean, I suppose thing and I wasn't familiar with Evan at scene. Great scene in x. men time stops in the rest of it, and but he did this addition, which was just kind of run. All right, cool. Off the search we're done and then we sat down in LA sort of seem to get on well and talked about what it was that he loved about it because I think there were a lot of people who kind of needed to understand because in the screenplay you have the voices of the real guys as well as obviously the acted roles. And I think there were a few people who how's this gonna win it once the, I just hoped it was going to work. I mean, you whenever you do something new, there isn't really, it's. Very exciting, but it's quite terrifying because even the financier will, if this doesn't work, can we take that out? And then we'll have just movie bits. And I was like, well, you know. To use it Evans line, you're either in or you're out, this is how it's gotta be. But until you get to the don't really know that that's going to work in the way it does on paper and so so they were very up for that experiment. And then once and then I looked now what you guys are self taping is a huge thing. So you do auditions, impersonal, people send self tapes. And Barry, this this little Irish kid looked about fourteen. This self type in and it was on blue, but I was like, what? Veasley that's never going to work because he's like. Barely Pugh Besson. And practice couldn't stop thinking about it was, you know, there's no hint of our shacks and it was something totally mesmerizing about him. And even the setup that he was filming himself was this kind of extrordinary chaotic bedroom. The voices of scream has kept thinking about it, and then went through a long process and sit down with was a point where the script went out and then. Every hot young actor in Hollywood wanted to do it, which was amazing. So for the finances exciting. But it was, I think, when you guys see will make sense, I didn't want faces that were recognizable I want. I also didn't want kind of movie face wanted really offensive of real feeling faces and and Barry's definitely that..

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"blake jenner" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Was one of those ones where i was just driving home after and not only was it earing uncontrollably but just the thought of everything that i once heard as a kid coming kind of flooding back and me being able to see it and see how to use it new ways and how good it makes me think exactly the given the way that the world is these days it really is the respite for that i wish i wish everybody out there would see that movie i do want to give one other shadow to a tv docu series have you ever seen evil genius netflix was good it's really good executive produced by the duplanty brothers i forget who recommend i think frank frank in the office you guys know crank frank recommended that to me and it's on net flicks i got sucked into it and i just burn through that whole show doing the lord's work over there with a lot of these sh short form content documentaries that kind of stuff so they really are won't take us into the next one yeah let's let's check email number two ryan writes in hey team from down under in australia what's your most underrated performance of two thousand eighteen personally i love tessa thompson's performance in the nile elation geraldine visited nathan was great in blockers and logan marshall green was top notch an upgrade thanks and keep up the highly entertaining work now there's some solid choices right there agree logan marshall green would definitely be on my list and i hope that even though upgrade did pretty well for its limited release i hope more people see that movie and i hope more start to recognize lotion logan marshall green as i hear a lot of people call them like the poor man's tom hardy that because he's so talented tom hardy's great too and i guess he's a great guy to be compared to but logan marshall green is excellent in that i think the invitation is another one of his that you should definitely check out and then here's another recommendation i got from jeff over here it's american animals i give a shoutout to the whole core tet in that movie another one where i don't think enough people saw it and i kind of do wish that in the promotional campaign we were talking about this little off camera that they had showed a little more about what exactly that was and how uniquely constructed that whole narrative was but the stars of that evan peters blake jenner barrick yoga and jared abramson all just stand out remarkable performances where really every single one of them they felt like whether they got the most screen time or even a couple that come in about halfway through the film made huge impression i thought that cast was super underrated as well along with the male cast in lords chaos movie that has not gone the distribution deal yet but it's going to i think that we'll see that in the fall i thought rory culkin and emory cohen we're really great in that but i want to keep the focus on the ladies for my actual answer to this i couldn't go with just one there were three that i think have been overlooked in the little have been underrated this year jennifer lawrence just was terrific and red sparrow i think she she's a great actress and that really showed why i love with amy schumer did and i feel pretty she was great in that that's a tricky role to play and i thought that she pulled it off and her dramatic chops are getting a little bit better and then you know obviously telling charlene's their owns fantastic but mackenzie davis is working that film that's been overshadowed a little bit and she plays the title character and she was really wonderful so i think those three women i don't know if they'll actually be in the mix at the end of the year for awards consideration in any of those three but they deserve in my mind i might have had the telecast on my list as well but i cut it off to to leave a couple options out there to to add a couple more women to this though i thought shane lee woodley was shockingly good in adrift where you could watch a movie like that and know that she is so incredibly talented that.

"blake jenner" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"But yeah, just just like a bunch of really colorful characters that all have their own, like very distinct personalities teaming up in in a in a way like doing something together. Right. I mean, that's it's more of a surface level thing, but I think I was thinking of that one at first and that led me to Bernie. So I was like, just leave it in there as yeah, right? Yeah. Blake Jenner who plays Chas the kind of athlete guy that last one that they recruit was one of the main stars of everybody wants. That's right. Yeah, that's that's absolutely right. So, yeah, always I love Richard Linklater just mentioned all his movies and I'll just be happy about them. Let's just go right. Well, I have two more so I'll go quickly. 'cause they're, they're both kind of similar to ideas that we've talked about before. One is Fargo, which is another movie about people attempting to commit the quote, unquote, perfect crime and miserably miserably failing. Yeah, and I mean, and even has the the sort of this obviously is it's your story, but Fargo is not, but it has that that pretend true crime tone to it. Sure. You know the onscreen tax at the beginning that says is true story when of course it isn't. Yeah. But you know, it definitely like a lot of people believed that it wise now and it definitely has that tone of like, here are all these things that you know, you can imagine real people doing and miserably going awry when you try to commit a crime like this, I actually was thinking Fargo. I won't play and also a simple plan. Yes, it as both similar just plans that go. Bad, right? I mean, and simple plan is I think there's movies like that where it's like everyone turns on each other, you know, and one thing that doesn't happen in this movie, they do not turn Joe. And in fact, one thing that's I don't think it's in the movie, but I read in the Vanity Fair article is that they were all offered the chance to testify against each other and they all refused, which is why they all ended up with the full seven year sentence. I love to see a sequel that's just like those scenes of them just going nuts like, yeah, that'd be great. So you know credit to them, I guess. But yeah, Fargo or even the Fargo TV series in like in the third season, one of the big plot elements is is the attempt to steal a rare stamp. Yeah, which you know is another one of these kind of ridiculous, but super valuable things that you know you could focus on stealing. Yeah. And then the last thing I had is is another kind of documentary with reenactments and sort of the progenitor of all those which is Errol Morris's the thin blue line. Which also uses the idea of conflicting narratives where eventually it comes down on a particular side of here is what really happened. But throughout the movie, as he interviews different people about this crime, he shows reenactments of it occurring as each person kind of claims that it occurred. You know, before coming to a conclusion of, here's what it really is. But I mean, that's another movie about, I mean, it's a more kind of less less outlandish crime. I mean, it's murder though, so it's it's, you know? Yeah, not as entertaining. You know, but but this kind of like. Conflicts of of absurd details and coincidences and things like that. That of course, led to this guy being convicted for a crime that he didn't commit. Yeah, but Moore's was really, I don't. I'm sure he wasn't the first one to use reenactments, but, but you know, really brought that kind of structure to the forefront of documentary filmmaking, you know, made it so much more prevalent. I think in quote, unquote, serious, artistic documentaries. Sure. I'm gonna put you on the spot a little. And if you don't have one, that's totally fine. But I was trying to think of one earlier, but I just couldn't think of a specific movie, but a movie where I, they're, they're details that are being lied about, but they show them anyway. And then it turns out all that wasn't true. Actually, something else happened. Right. I mean, I'm trying to think of specific movies where that has happened. It seems like something they've seen a million times. Right? I think I think so. And I think you're, I can't. I can't all what we've talked about are ready. I can't really think of more movies, but there's definitely movies that are like that..

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"blake jenner" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Conversations they're actually having like, do you have anything sort of big picture to say about it? While I mean. There's a lot of overall points that stay consistent throughout. Right? So every time we talked about one on one and this still stays true. It's it's the fact that we enjoy. It's a one of kind show on the network. It's one of the only shows that was made for the podcast. I, it's one of the only podcast it's on video like it has a lot of accolades, things that we enjoy a lot. He Christian has a lot of guests. I listened to other interview shows like happy side confused. I d t I d ten t when Chris Hardwick Chris Hardwick was around a lot of Christians guests I haven't heard from before, and I value that a lot in Christian is great at what he does. But again, all of those accolades, you can only say that so many times. So then when it comes down to talking about the individual guests, not one episode of one on one is disappointed yet. I haven't listened every one like the comedian from in living color. I've heard yet. He just posted one. The most recent one. The time we're recording composer Brian, Tyler. I ever heard that one yet. The last one listened to is actually a week ago when I listened to the Blake Jenner episode. But it's like, what I'm what I'm about to say that show is even really necessarily commentary on the quality of of one on one, so to speak to your point. And this is something that I said you off air. It's like I was talking about sight and sound with you. And I was like, it's getting to the point where collider is doing so much and yes, this show this show needs to highlight things in needs to talk about new things. That's why we focus on Riley round the title of last week show was new podcast on the block like that was. That was a lot of that show last week. So. I told you off air. I said, I'm going to have to take time out from watching collider to save time like I'm going to have to commit to listening to movie, talk hours later, not be so pressured into watching live. I need to listen to it on podcast because I work full-time. It'll just saves me time because when I come home, I'm I'm missing out on going to the movie theater like I'm missing out on watching the things that collider talks about because I'm watching that much collider for the show. It's not a complaint. It's just I'm also trying to create content. I'm also trying to have a life. I, I went on a date yesterday for the first time in a long time and. I was I never said outwardly, but I was like, thinking about what I might be missing for collider like you just felt so weird to take time away and not focus on either collider or creating my own content, and it was sad and pathetic so that it's just that's just gonna happen sometimes. And it's not a one on one thing I mean will go a week or so without saying something about movie talk. It's just like, it's just naturally going to happen and it's okay. Right? I mean, I think. I think my only big picture so that I can really take away from it. And it's just more an examination of my own personal listening. Habits goes, has nothing to do with Christian actually has to do with most podcast interview interview podcasts there, a million of them, right? We've talked about that before. There's a million of of of these things in the the thing that brings me to the interview over others. The reason I, for instance, a big fight in the kid fan. Favorite podcast. I don't listen to their interviews when they have a guess on. I don't like it. I don't enjoy it because it's a different type of show. Joe Rogan on the other hand brings something different than a Marc Maron, which is why listen him for Mark merit and this and that. Christian. I like a really, really do enjoy his interview interview style in his in his questions and and his interactions with the guests. I really do enjoy it. My my only thing that I will say about the show that I sometimes will not be as receptive too, unless it's somebody that I'm excited here about like Dom on Eoghan.

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"blake jenner" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"This is traditional civil war rations frosted so anyway back to american animals these kids hatchet plan to steal this book and sell it and i guess the book is worth something in cry it only one kid goes to the school he goes to the he's learning to become a libertarian like he's in art he's in the art art major hit is the kid from killing the sacred dear what the fuck is that kid's name because that kid is incredible so what's fascinating about what's fascinating about this film is first of all that it's true second of all the way shut this film is extraordinarily so it's it's a complete film narrative shot with actors i should say so berry cogan her cogan who was killing the sacred deer dunkirk we know him from evan peters from all the horror stories shows he's he's kind of like eddie haskell of the group he's kind of shitty like egging on friend he's the friend that gets them to the kind of the forest behind the friend group to do the heist you know he's always like this we gotta do this guys kind of like the shitty shitty friend and then blake jenner plays the well i'll describe as the winkle voss you know he's always rowing for some reason sleet voss from the social network but he's in everybody wants them i don't know if you recognize him he was yeah he was the lead in that film joke in this he's also the brother in seventeen which is that hailee steinfeld movie i love and then cures in this and then as we said before and dowd second movie with an dowd she plays a librarian so one thing i was going to say we talked about this affair did you know that this was a co production with movie poss.

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"blake jenner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Or even not treating it with a sort of degree of satire or just flat out you know you know comedy it kind of adds the sort of this undue importance to the material that i think the movie doesn't even come close to really pulling off these are kind of numb skulls and even though the the heist itself is a well put together a sequence and has kind of a mixture of both dread and this is one of the absurdity that i was talking about like how said like everything that's kinda surrounds it you know have sort of this tension to it and there's sort of this this dramatic gravitas back i don't think the movie quite pulls off you know as performances go i think maybe actually the my favorite movies actually blake jenner which is actually in those later scenes that wasn't very too crazy about and by the end of it i was just kind of like yeah i don't think you you know this this is as important or is interesting as you know seen a full on documentary with the real guys talking about you know how stupid this whole thing was rather than seeing a dramatized that of something i don't think it really deserved i liked it more than you guys did i thought it was very entertaining and and i thought the approach was really interesting and i like you guys i'm a huge fan of the impostor i think that is a great film this isn't good but i thought the approach was interesting i liked the performances and i thought it was pretty well made and i was entertained throughout the throughout most of the throughout most of the movie and i thought all the performances were pretty strong i agree with you i think generous the best performance in the movie and i've really really begun to really like that guy a lot i think he's great and everything so i mean i thought it was entertaining and and pretty well made and i i enjoyed it so i'm giving i'm giving a yes to american animals which is out right now all right eric what are you tell us about hotel artemis okay this movie kinda came out of nowhere and it's a movie is set in your twenty twenty eight hours basically sort of a a.

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"blake jenner" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Do you think they woke up went to a meeting and just looked around the room it's guys we gotta start making money now turns out giving people unlimited movies per day for nine bucks a month is a bad deal for us it's one of those things i don't get how the ever made money in the first place like amazon how they turn the like no profit every single year and yet still make a ton of money 'cause like the stocks or something like that i don't get it don't get out post on me yeah yvonne yvonne stores at the mall nobody was ever in them and say how does tiv and make money and it turns out they didn't jabba i don't know about this i look i like the concept of moore movie distribution digitally that i can watch it home however some of the netflix wants have been good and some of the other ones haven't been it's going to be a battle to compete with netflix for good movies and i just don't see anyone being able to pay more than netflix for those types of films right now if i'm interpreting the article right yeah how did they get the money to get an even remotely good movie like what movies do think though we syndicating so they teamed up with the orchard and they have movie coming out on friday actually called american animals with evan peters not bad and dowd up out of that she wouldn't an emmy or globe she wants something for you want an emmy and now evaluated not a second one to get a second come to the office soon yeah two time emmy winner which means nothing apparently blake jenner's in this movie so there is a movie that movie pass is releasing with the orchard that they have to do maybe.

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"blake jenner" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

The Man Cave Chronicles

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

"So is sort of a a strategy that would very quickly either work or not work did you enjoy doing the funnier divisions that you were in i loved it yeah it was the best job i've ever had up until this point it was great like i loved everyone else who work there yeah and it was a super great experiences very grateful to get to debt and you probably met some decent celebrities that did some of the videos with you guys yeah totally which was which was neat we just one of the lasted he is i did this guy diego benito was in he's on scream queens and i just saw he just got casts and the new like james cameron terminator project so he's like already a pretty big deal i think he's probably gonna get even bigger and then this guy blake jenner i did a video with recently this pok mon horror movie mash up parody thing he was on glee and then also took meetings we would do meetings all the time with bigger folks like very famous people but then they would often like get cold feet about actually doing the project either they would or their publicists would be like we don't tend anyone so they would like sort of hear us on ideas and we had pitched them on stuff we wanted to do but then very frequently they kind of back out or decide not to do it i did a video with blink one eighty two and lincoln park this summer that was great because i i love both those bands growing up that was.

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"blake jenner" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Like ninety nine homes was that the film with michael shannon he was so good in that strange because he provokes the exact opposite response when i see him i'm like oh here's dr try hard and he's gonna give me the big old sir sir their next saying and whatever hacksaw ridge and i'm just like get this spiderman nobody outta my face the one i picked for this is american animals it's it's a very interesting heist e kind of movie but for kids like they have to steal i think a book worth twelve million dollars from their college evan peters it's berry keough hano how say his name blake jenner it just looks really interesting the vibe and dowd's in it which like side conversation and out everywhere by the way like she's in handmade she's in leftovers and now she's omni present she's in every single movie trailer i saw when we're doing research this movie but i like the vibe it's got steven soderbergh logan lucky but darker more twisted my fear is that this will be what was the sofia coppola with emma watson movie the blinkering this will be like winning which i didn't like aggressively but i have a half i hopes for this so hope it's going to be good did you see the trailer for hotel artists with jodie foster i did i know and here's the deal on paper if you said hey we're going to do like a apocalyptic la film where jodi foster looks role bad like bury aged they didn't show me she had a peg leg but everything about her told me she had glad which i did this and then we're going to bring in people like zachary canto jenny slate sterling k brown jeff goldblum and we're gonna bring them in and like the guy that the three of a animated movie with all the voices but then just made it a live action of a sudden they.

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"blake jenner" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"For not watching out by movie itself by but it was a two thousand twelve blend of documentary and sort of dramatic almost like dramatic reenactment what the impostor was bartlett and took that concept and with a higher budget made the story of the true story of this heist where these four college as young men tried to boost some rare books from university in kentucky and you've got a peter's berry killen saudi pronounce his name george from dunkirk yeah george dunkirk tie shared install ganger and blake jenner and a fourth kid who's canadian who i don't know it was just like deeply entertaining but also i didn't know i try to do this it south by not know too much about the promise i didn't know that this what part laden does blend documentary so he as the real life guys who did a lot of prison time for this and they're out and they're in the document there in giving like their point of view and it's really impressive the cutback because they're really tele genyk these four grown versions of these boys and so i was like are these other actors playing older versions of and i was like no those are the real subjects the blend of reality and fancy the way in which these four boys sort of fall into the fantasy of their heist the way in which the documentary is sort of like heavily used and then lightly used it just really smart entertaining and profoundly moving i found so and you know evan peters i think is just so deeply talented i wish sometimes that he would break out of the american horror stories eichel because i just wanna see him do more than you know just play quicksilver an x men movie and this is a really really really good showcase rimma berry keoughan is also offend tastic very sort of them the protagonist and then evan peters is like the tyler durden to his edward norton i was blown away by it i really really loved it merican animals richard juicy that one and sundance i did and i was not as.

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"blake jenner" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"blake jenner" Discussed on /Film Daily

"In of heist movies and the sort of medical construct of characters a you know mistaking their lives for movie that sounds like something and i'm interested in and the cast includes evan peters from xmen day the future passed in american horror story a blake jenner from everybody wants some ann dowd who's been popping up in a ton of td lately with the leftovers and handmaid's tale um so yeah i'm excited about this one and as you mentioned the impostors amazing documentary if you haven't seen it you know not every film that comes at us announced that his good you know gets discovered uh by the is the vast majority does not and an impostor was athelmas sentence that i really loved and had kind of had a cinematic take on the documentary say it makes sense that he's going into narrative features but go from that the two brad's first pick the catcher was a spy yeah this sounds like uh has center to be really interesting i'm kind of a a a sucker for these movies that take a person from uh one arena where there i extremely steel and put them somewhere where you westerly wouldn't expect them to excel and in this case this movie i am advocating beard out by the title paul rudd plays a major league baseball catcher who was recruited by uh the world war two equivalent of the cia to stop a german scientists from building an atomic bomb for the nazis um the character he plays is somebody who is each extremely smart news aggregate on on quiz shows um very very affable and so he he kinda makes the perfect person to turn into a spy um this also has an incredible cast along with paul rod it's got jeff daniels got guy pierce scott paul giamatti mark strong santa miller and it started by bin lu in who directed the sessions which was a big sundance movie a while back with john hawkes and helen hunt and ira.

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