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Free speech and the struggle against misinformation ahead of 2020 election
"Last week, The New York Post published a potentially damaging story about Hunter Biden, son of the Democratic presidential nominee. Based on emails, The Post said, were provided by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and originally harvested from a laptop computer left in a Delaware repair shop. There were enough questions about the authenticity of the emails that most mainstream media declined to publish the story, but it's the kind of content that Khun spread like wildfire on Social media. In a remarkable move Twitter on Wednesday Band users from sharing links to the story because it said the emails may have been hacked and contained private information. It reversed course two days later after Republicans accused Twitter of censorship. But the episode illustrates a question our guest, Emily Bazelon, has been thinking about in an age when questionable, Perhaps even fabricated content can sweep through the digital world unchecked. Does our traditional commitment to unfettered free speech still serve democracy. And the cover story for this week's New York Times Magazine, Basil on surveys the impact that lies and conspiracy theories sometimes promoted by foreign actors can have on our political discourse. And she explores how other countries think differently about free speech and its relationship to a healthy democracy. Emily Bazelon is a graduate of the Yale Law School and a journalist. She's a staff writer for the New York Times Magazine and the Truman Capote fellow for Creative Writing at Yale Law School. She's also the author of two books. She joins us from her home in New Haven, Connecticut. Emily Bazelon welcome back to fresh air. Thanks so much for having me you open your piece with a story that began making the rounds some months back, among right wing voices on the Internet that there was a plan by the forces of Joe Biden to stage a coup to take over the government in connection with the November election. First of all, what was the basis of this claim? Great. So this is ahh concocted claim and the sort of colonel at the center of it was a project called the Transition Integrity Project, a group of about 100 academics and journalists and pollsters and former government officials and former campaign the staff staffers. They started meeting over the summer to kind of game out various scenarios for the November election, and so they were basically testing American democracy in the event that President Trump wins in the event that vice President Biden winds To see in various scenario is what could happen. And in the event, there's a contestant result in a long, nasty count. Yes, exactly especially in the event if there's a contestant result in litigation and other possibilities, and so in one of their several scenarios, Biden wins the popular vote but loses the Electoral College. And so in that hypothetical case they imagined the Democrats would get desperate. And they might consider encouraging California and the Pacific Northwest to threaten to secede in exchange for pressuring Republicans to expand the size of the Senate. So Rosa Brooks, who was one of the organizers of this project, She's a law professor at Georgetown. She published an essay where she mentioned this threat to succeed in one sentence in an essay in The Washington Post. On the next day, you see someone named Michael Anton's, a former national security adviser to President Trump. He has an article called The Coming CU Question. Mark and based on Rosa Brooks is characterization of what the transition integrity project was doing. He starts saying that Democrats are laying the groundwork for a revolution and then you see that article take off in extremist online communities. There is AH podcast maker named Dan Bongino, who's a big trump supporter. He makes videos about it. One of them has the tag. They are telling you what they are going to do exclamation point his videos pull in millions of views. Then you see the story. My great toe, a right wing website called Revolver News Revolver. News starts to spin up the idea that Norm Eisen, who participated in the transition Integrity project and is a longtime Democratic lawyer in Washington. That he's at the center of this supposed coup. And from there, Tucker Carlson feature someone talking about this concocted made up story on his show. And then you see it just go viral on social media and get picked up by lots of groups, including, like a county Republican organization in Oregon, So it is Perfect kind of story because it pulls in both traditional media in the form of Fox and also social media. And then you see President Trump get involved. He tweets in praise of Revolver news, and then he tweets quote the November 3rd election result may never be accurately determined, which is what some want. And that's a kind of typical dark, slightly vague, foreboding kind of warning from President Trump that further perpetuates this coup narrative. And then Trump later retreat. Someone talking about a coup with regard to Nancy Pelosi. So you see from this hypothetical project that was really meant to be a kind of academic exercise about the election. This whole sat of conspiracy theories on the right that get a lot of play in the media on social media, and then from the president
Camila Russo: The Defiant Laying Bare the Story of Ethereum
"Lows two jobs. When did you first hear about a theory? In twenty seventeen Crypto for Bloomberg the first time was when I grow kind of one of the first stories on ICO's for Bloomberg and I remember just like trying to wrap my head around what these things were. It's like Bitcoin, but it's different vigil currencies on Anyone can issue them on. They're on top of the other blockchain cerium and you know I was coming at crypto coverage from. A markets perspective. So I didn't have a lot of technical knowledge about how blockchain's worker crypto were or anything I. I understood the value proposition of bitcoin from having a cover like Argentina land but that was my extent of knowledge of it. So it was like writing that first. ICO. Story was I think when I, I started looking at a theorem for the first time, and then just like as I kept covering the space is for the rest of two thousand seventeen I started to learn more and more about understood. Okay. Syria is team like. But whites valuable. It's because it's it tries to be more flexible than than Bitcoin, and that's why it's easier for people to issue all these different tokens on top of it and so. That's kind of seeing all of this kind of frenzy around ICO's on these tokens on this like millions of dollars worrying in I was like there's something here you know. This kind of decentralized way of raising money and ethereal kind of the platform ebeling this. Back. In January, we interviewed Steve Kokinos and Sylvia mccully of Al and during our conversation, we talked about how unique design makes it easy for developers to build sophisticated applications on their platform. So what's great about Algorithm beyond the fact that it's fast, it's secure it scales and it has instant finality is the fact that they've designed Allaire one protocol with primitives that are purpose built for define. So what that means is that they've taken some of the most common things that people do with smart contracts and they've embedded them right in the system right in the layer one. So things like issuing tokens atomic transfers, these are built into the layer. One spark contracts are first class citizens on all grant. So with these essential building blocks at your disposal, you can build fast insecure defy APPs in no time. To learn more about what Al brings to the table and how to get started, I would encourage you to check out algren dot com slash epicenter that lets them know that you heard about it from us and it takes you where you need to go to learn about their tech. And what that we'd like to Algorithm for supporting the PODCAST? What point do you does one? Say I'M GONNA write a book about something that's never something that's ever crossed my mind or I think a lot of people's minds. What point you do you decide to write a book and then what is the process I mean forget about the process of writing the book. But like what's the process of figuring out what kind of book you WanNa Right because you could have written this book in all I mean it's very. Descriptive account of what happens it's mostly in the third person, you could have written a fiction you know you could have written. First hand account of your interviews what was the process for the creative process? I guess figuring out the of book you wanted to write. For background I always wanted to write a book like that's been kind of a goal of mine forever I got into journalism because I like writing I guess like growing up. One of my favorite books was in cold blood by Truman Capote and I think you know that was the first time I realized while you. You can write about real life like nonfiction in a way that reads like a novel and that to me was really powerful because. To journalism and especially business journalism, which is usually so dry. I found that okay stories can make vs very kind of complex dry concepts come alive if you tell them in the right way and so getting the the example from. Truman capote and then especially Michael Lewis exile. Kate while like this is a really powerful way of speaking about nonfiction and obviously I love fiction it's it's what I personally read the most. I disliked you know if I was ever to write a book, I would want to provided like value to readers by bringing something from the real world and making it. And read like story because I just thought you know there's like so many interesting stories in the real world you know that needs to be highlighted. So why should I like go on invent another story for my own imagination they're already so much to tell in real life at some point. I think it was probably when you get into the Bloomberg internship, they give you like of recommended readings and one of them was Michael Lewis Books I think it was liar's poker and so when I read that book, I, was like, okay like I need to find that story that I can pick up until like Michael. Lewis. His folks. So I was like always on the lookout for that like what can the story that I can tell in this way like in a something I can make into a nonfiction novel. And I think with Crypto was kind of the first time that I thought. Okay. This is this is where I needed to find my story to tell. I meant to say fictionally, I'm interested like a dramatized version like something a little bit more like. Of course, you could make fiction of the story of a theory, but like a something akin to the bitcoin billionaires book right whereas like this kind of more dramatized version of the facts. But like the way you wrote the book is like this very kind of factual account. It reads like a novel it does read like a story, but it's like very factual thing based on your interviews based on your conversations. When you're reading it you really get the idea like this is how things happened.
How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal
"Program affirming league matches over the next seventy two hours. Big Tomorrow Chelsea against also at Stamford Bridge. We focus on Chelsea because it really me has been quite a roller coaster. Franklin pod side over the last few weeks they just can't get any sort of consistency going. Frank Leboeuf let's start with view is a former Chelsea man. How concerned are you with that form of late? I'm not too much concern about the fact that Chelsea he has no consistency Because of what happened last summer the fight it couldn't get any a new player. Franklin pod with a young coach as many young players in the squad. And and of course you're going to find an experience in that in that matter and for me just normal to see after Boxing Day player need to digest the fact that they are to play too many. I need to many games in the short show. Timing so I'm not surprised. A little bit frustrated sometimes especially against Newcastle. They saw the game. And then you say Oh my God. Yeah Yeah they should have done better. Of course he can do better every time better but Nobody could have bet jussie could have been do know fourth Even in January five months ahead of bunches to united and some other clubs. So it's not that bad but consider that you have what joining you you can t willion as very experienced top world players. Otherwise very young gems mount police each Arab labral Doi and some and some other. So it's just normal to suggest strugging little bits at some point but but I think it's stealing from me a positive season and a good season from Franklin pollen the players. Well it depends. I suppose on how it all ends. Isn't it because as much as he's gone gone in good grace considering the start of the season. You're in a position now. Where Really Champions League has to be your goal considering as well? Let's go number on the uniting right and Spurs and also Latin mass which you talked about before you wouldn't talk four. I understand he's done well. But Cohen you need to get over the line. Yeah absolutely it's good to be an optimistic and rightly so but at the same time I think frank of all the manages a thing he'll be the straight one listen asking we're going to need it. A complete rebuild united as we said a way off and I think frank will be frustrated because the losses at the bridge the losses against West Ham Southampton bomber loss loss against Newcastle last week. It's Jones Park. This team could be sitting in second they could be well. Clear and nailed on fought for so frank will probably be for straight because Frank Atlanta's John about it'd be frustrated because you'll be looking what's behind him and it'd be thinking if inconsistent and all of a sudden if spurs or United Wolves can really really good run together we might be then endanger missing out on top four so that will be a real concern. I do happen to find some against at home so a little bit of a contradiction I know but awesome in great form under medical arts. Only one winning five. They look very flaky leaking goals of fun and I think this might be the ideal game for Chelsea. The last thing they would've would've needed was a was a tricky tie against someone that's going to sit in and that's why they've struggled. I need more goals from areas so I think this type again going to come at them actually might suit Chelsea going frank quickly. Yeah just one. To two done of course is frustrating and of course Franklin Paul can be an could have been better but again you know when when you see when we talked we can talk about mentioned saination and we did a lot of time in every shows that we do when you see us and as you said you know. Shrugging you can wonder you know if it's not something positive. Don't forget that Chelsea is still in the Champions League so it means a lot you know with the young and experienced players achieving. What Franken Capote's doing right now is something for me and I think we try to de mean what is doing and what the players doing? And we can't have too much into to team who does well overall doesn't know what is the biggest level. Yeah I think I agree the same time. When you look at the squad's that are going for the top? Four take take months in Liverpool at the equation Chelsea of the best squad. Another young still got in my opinion. The best squad at of all the big teams trying to get in the top four in you mentioned the goalkeeper who's not ungrateful got good defenders. James is a very promising play until you ruediger. That is one of the Best Senator Offs in my opinion the League. Then you go into midfield and we talk about Canton Coverage Georgina. They've got the talent in our no. Franks looking for someone. That's going to score them. Goals Dell's because Williams hasn't got too many to shine. That put a sixteen injured but the looking for more from Hudson adopt more from Pedro who hasn't started to many games so anno- is quite happy with is the front man that he's GonNa bring crust strike or of course but I know that he's looking from goals in a wide area pre in the studio call him Lampert. BFF Traffic Birth Frank. They were talking about we. We've gone too much time. Well I don't Care Chelsea we'll just stay on whether we can move the break then whether we sit here and talk show scar till the coast. Come home until I know the different because the transfer of Baden Lost Eden is odd. But Let let's. It's not cry about all that stuff. We're talking Solska with heads injuries and has job frontline. Pop cannot escape scrutiny. If Chelsea I self destruct and overtaken by this horrible united site or will or maybe even taught them lit run so he can't. We cannot judge and sit here even save source guys not necessarily as a Frank Lampard. Doesn't get them into four from the position. Then I'm afraid and he's going to have to come his way who wins tomorrow. Chelsea Elsie to catch up with more HISLOP's fascinating musings. You can catch all day podcast which is available on the website. Plenty of bonus material there as well
New York Icons: The Bell Jar
"It's good to meet you as Clark is the author of the forthcoming nine hundred page biography of Platt I meet up with her and we take a look at the magazine Plath oversaw that summer you know what struck me the first time I looked through this was the number of ads you just can't quite believe how many ads are in this Zine it's almost page after page and of course fashion spreads to fashion magazine so in a back room of the New York Public Library where flipping through a copy of the magazine Clark points out one ad in particular it's for shape wear that's also sportswear so this Janssen add anyone for action anyone for beautiful perform an action there is a woman with a Barbie Physique wearing a hat and gloves connect with a bra and girdle as she gets ready to serve in a game of tennis this is positively the most pleasant to wear slimming trimming smoothing soothing figure maker ever devised and there's a poem called the applicant where she uses this kind of language I noticed you were stock naked how about this suit blackened stiff but not a bad it when you marry it it is waterproof shatterproof proof against fire and bombs through the roof believe me they'll bury you in it Mademoiselle had become interested in her after a story she had submitted a year earlier one it's national fiction contest but Clark says that Platt Struggle old in her role as managing editor she had wanted to be fiction editor at just nineteen years old plath had already published poems and won awards Mademoiselle published some of the top writers of its day Dylan Thomas Tennessee Williams Truman capote but instead of selecting editing short stories plan throats fashioned blurbs including one praising the versatility of sweaters I think plath found her self suddenly embedded in this fashion and beauty industry and she's become part of this vast propaganda machine that woman's women into objects and she wanted to be the subject of her own life she didn't want to be the objective someone else's life so I think that contributed to her sense of disillusion that summer suddenly it was her job to kind of objectify women bio green they were promoting it for fall title green with black bio green white bio green with Nio green it's kissing cousin fashion blurb silver and full of nothing sent up there fishy bubbles in my brain they surfaced with a hollow pop but it isn't just the limitations of fashion and magazines that got to plant she was also troubled by the limitations placed on women in the nineteen fifties even in New York City that place of possibility I made a point beating so fast I never kept the other people waiting who generally ordered only chefs salad and grapefruit juice at one point in the bell jar she says everyone in New York to reduce PAS not trying to reduce plath has an enormous appetite is her actual appetite was legendary she wants emptied out hosts refrigerator before a dinner party but she had an appetite for everything you know she wanted to be the best writer she wanted to so I'm close she wanted to raise honeybees you went to make her own honey and she just wanted it all can women have it all it's a question still asking it had just started to come up in the nineteen fifties when women who've done the whole rosie the riveter thing during the war were now expected to be homemade occurs again even though many thrived in the workforce and developed real professional aspirations it was an ongoing discussion within society about whether women could do three things at once dying Johnson got married one month after the gas ownership Mademoiselle the summer had changed her and given her a greater sense of what her life could be but then she had four children within the span of six years so I was home with these little kids but they had naps and that's when somebody said why don't you the novel about something that you can do during nap time you know that's the way things evolve house of naptime Johnson has since written more than a dozen books and been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Plath during a man who would support her as a writer was a major anxiety when she wrote about extensively in her journals in the Bell Jar Esther Greenwood reflection in her sort of boyfriend a medical student at Yale who everyone told her was such a good guy I also remembered Buddy Willard saying innocent minister knowing way that after I had children I would feel differently I wouldn't want to write poems anymore so I began to think maybe it was true that when you were married and had children it was like being brainwashed and afterward you went numb as a slave in some private totalitarian state a few years later plath thought she found a man who would not brainwash her as a graduate student at Cambridge she met fellow poets Ted Hughes who she married in Nineteen fifty sex both enjoyed growing reputations as writers when they were interviewed by the BBC's Owen Leeming in nineteen sixty one you'll have to give the impression that Oh you spend your whole Mary lives thinking poems and reading to each other I think our domestic life is is practically indistinguishable from all the people who live around I'm not the only main difference is that Ted doesn't go out to work at nine and come home at five he retires about nine to to his room and and works but I certainly having a life just like all the other housewives and mothers district shopping dishes and taking care of the baby in four so for Hughes Writing was a fulltime job a career but plath was a wife and mother who happened to write perhaps like Johnson during nap time plath was actually writing the bell jar at the time of that interview she alluded to it when she was interviewed again the next year this time by the BBC's Peter or he asks plath if there are particular themes that she's interested in exploring and he rambles off this list of ingredients that she's baked right into the bell jar Robert lulls poems about his experiences in a mental hospital for example interested very much these peculiar private and to move subjects it's I feel have been explored in recent American poetry I think particularly the poorest and Sexton who writes also about her experiences I always wanted to write the long short story I wanted to rise Nawfal now that I have attained shall I say a respectable age and have had experiences I feel much more interested in pros in the novel I feel that Plath published the bell jar under a pseudonym because she was so worried about offending the people she fictionalized as characters in it one of those characters was her editor at Mademoiselle who she called JC in the Bell Jar JC asks esther what she wants to do after college and suddenly she draws a blank unable to list off for am visions of being a professor writer or an editor and a writer. I've always thought I'd like to go into publishing I tried to recover thread that might lead me back to my old bright salesmanship I guess what I'll do is apply at some publishing house you ought to read French and German. JC said mercilessly and probably several other languages as well Spanish and Italian better still Russian hundreds of girls flood into New York every June thinking they'll be editors Utah for something more than the run of the mill person you better learn some languages. JC is a tough editor who cuts her down to size in that way she calls to mind another memorable story said Ed Women's magazine in New York so you don't read runway no for today you had never heard of me now you have no style or something fashion while similar take down to Andy Sacks her would be assistant that's a complete exaggeration of winter is the longtime editor of Vogue and the basis for maranda priestly
Phoenix, James Mcevoy And Captain Marvel discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"This first story is about dark Phoenix. And last summer, we learned the dark Phoenix was going back to Montreal for re-shoots. But sources told us at that time that contrary to reports a whopping three months of additional photography. That's a lot right there. They were simply going back for two and a half weeks of re-shoots on the third act of the movie. However, now we're finding out that, that might not. Have been the case in April. We found out the dark Knicks, the dark Phoenix ending was being changed in re-shoots from a space setting to a climax that finds the X men kidnapped and on a military train. Now, we've got James McEvoy telling Yahoo UK that the ending was changed because it was too similar to another superhero. Movie, here's the exact quote the end of dark v. Necks changed a hell of a lot the finale head to change. There was a lot of overlap and parallels with another superhero movie that came out a while ago. And we had no idea that we were dot dot dot com. Trailed off their you know the quote just ended. So let's jump into this, but before I even ask for your opinions, we gotta check the live chat, because there are a lot of people chiming in on whether or not they're planning on even seeing dark, Phoenix. David Jordan, Darrow says got my tickets already reviews. Don't stop me from seeing any DC or marvel movie has called for twenty said got mine. I ten minutes they went on sale. Sale. Kyle Johnson says I'll probably get my tickets next week going in cautiously optimistic. So back to that, quote now what movie do you think James McEvoy was referring to is pretty obvious was captain marvel especially when we talk about the difference in design of dark Phoenix, Jean grey taking away, making less flamy more different in that approach? So it seems to imply plus the train sequence we saw in captain marvel we have that in the trailers, and of course in the movie as well. So maybe there was a lot of that involved here as well. Trying to take away any kind of reference to cap the most he was the most obvious choice. Yeah. Especially when you consider the change in the setting of the third act to from cosmic to on a military train moving away from the cosmic aspect, and that's the thing that before Jeff Thompson here. I don't know if I buy this explanation to be honest with you have a couple of sources who saw this movie early cuts move in March of twenty eighteen and they tell me that the ending was already on earth. So I don't know if this is their way of. Hey, we pitched you space movie, but we had to change it because of that. And so now it's on the ground, I wonder if they're doing a little PR to cover their butts. I don't know. But it seems odd to me that they would say, oh, we're just gonna put it on the ground. Now. We don't want it to be Spacey when people had seen in the first an early cut of this film, and it was already on the ground in front of a certain monument in New York. So I dunno. I thought it was aqua man now there it is. Yeah. I you know, are you signing that sarcastic? It's nice. I don't know what the original ending was. I don't know what the new ending is other than it's on a train. I have no idea what movie could. All right. So even though we don't know specifically how dark Phoenix is going to end nor should we really right now before we even see the movie another question that comes from the story is should a movie even be changed for this reason. Because to me, it sounds like oh, hey. Maybe they should have taken a little more time to develop the story creatively so that you don't run the risk of having. Other movies out there being too similar to your own. That's a good point. Yeah. I don't know. I feel like we saw two different asteroid movies, we've seen to differ Truman Capote moves. It doesn't matter. It's about quality. Can you deliver the goods, even though the you may vote another movie? I don't think it really matters. It's a matters. Can you do it? Well, that's what as at the end of the day, a lot of movies have seen that feel similar to other movies, but they do a distinctly different and make it work with the organic structure of their movie. So I, I don't think it's a way to change things. Dark Phoenix was originally slated to come out before captain marvel anyway, right? So it's like they kind of had they beat captain marvel tha that ending. So why did they switch you know they don't think it's train. Yeah. Something, something doesn't add up to me. And this goes back to Jeff Snyder, the reporters number one rule for being a reporter, which is don't believe anything in actor tells you don't know anything. Well. To be fair. There's there's no to being there to James McEvoy. Things that were debating right now, whether or not their true aren't the specific things that James McEvoy pointed out and said the finale had to change. He was in saying, you know, we changed it from the cosmic thing to the, the trains. Right to stick to maga- voice, quote. I am of the mind that if it is, too similar than than. Yeah. I'm okay with a change. I'm okay with them thinking we have to change this differentiate ourselves in distinguish ourselves in the marketplace, particularly not being a movie that's going to do as well as captain marvel. If that is, in fact, the movie that we're talking about here. So I'm I am sensitive to those creative issues and I don't blame Kimber for wanting to go back and tinker with it. But yeah, I'm with you John, that a lot of this. This is just so much PR on the entire X men franchise, including the next film, which we'll talk about soon, which I don't really fault them at because this is a lame duck superhero film, none of these actors are going to come back and play these characters again, in the MC you Disney and Disney marvel trying to recoup as much as they can from this film. So they're doing this PR pushing I wouldn't put it past someone like McEvoy or fast bender to, like, okay, I'm going to speak about. These are the points. We'd like goes to hit. Okay. I'll do it as part of the PR programs. Part of promoting the movie. No prob. Problem. But I don't fault them. They want to make as much as possible gonna talk about new means a little bit. Same thing. They're just on recoup as much possible for they move on. I got. No. I don't fault them. I just wish I just think people can see through this.
An Interview with Actor Doug Hutchison
"Next guest has a wonderful film. Fi most notably his performance in nineteen thousand nine hundred green mile was probably wanting should have been nominated for certainly one should've one. He is one of the best actors on the planet. I consider him a friend. And this is our second take part two of directors that he has worked for his name is Doug Hutchison. Doug, welcome back part two of part two. Derek? Thank you. Thanks. It's good to be back. And thank you for that very flattering introduction. I appreciate we've talked about the academy. And I'm not gonna you know, go over beat the beaten path again. But you know, I just I was looking at the top two fifty today in the green mile as I want to say twenty four, you know. And it's probably yeah. But it should be a lot higher than that. But. No. I just I looked at you know, I just I'll never understand how they nominate people who gets nominated and so forth. But you definitely that's Deborah for anybody. Who knows even king anybody who knows who follow Stephen King? They know that you you that character. And that's not always the case, Stephen King movies or characters people. You'll miss the Mark, by many cases, you know. I appreciate that. Thank you. I mean that that means a lot to me. But you know, it's interesting. I we already had a show the academy that we don't have to rehash our quandary about the whole, you know, political aspect of it. But actually, I'll send these articles to affect you. Find him. I'm sure they're on line actually have scrapbooks stuff. Stuff that time. But Warner Brothers was actually pushing me for a nomination, and I have a few of their ads when they were pushing the and then something happened. And I think it was in house at one brothers. That's by as least what I was told by then manager and probably soom happened. But they were also pushing Michael Clark Dunkin, and they could they were pushing both of us for best supporting because they wanted, of course, best actor to go to Tom Hanks. And so anyway, I think somebody is finally went wait a minute. Would we doing here, we're we're splitting our vote if we're nominating nominating to actors from one movie? We're splitting our vote. So they ended up deciding to go with one actor for best supporting out of the green mile, and they went with Michael. And you know, it was I I won't lie that that I was excited. You know? Of course when it was. Seemingly happening. But when they made that decision I won't lie was disappointed. But I think they made the right decision. Be only because you know, Michael, not only put in amazing performance. But. It's very rare. If you look at the academy's it does happen. But it's know like Anthony Hopkins the silence of the lambs at cetera and that that amazing actor in. The old man. No, no country froze men ill country for old, man. Who's that have Gordon day? I think didn't he win or something? Yes for that will use Boquet. So it does happen that they'll go for the quote, unquote, Zilin or bad guy in the movie, Denzel one for training day. You know, he played a corrupt cops, blah, blah, blah. So it does happen. But more often it the the want. The winners are the ones who are playing the protagonists the heroes the the sympathetic characters the the actors who are you know, like playing real characters like Capote and Jamie, FOX when he did rage. Ray Ray, Charles. He don't things like that. So so it didn't surprise me faced with the decision. Wonder brothers decided to go with Michael. So I was happy for Michael, you know. But I I really was you know, we were all keeping our fingers cross. But. Active. Pretty funny story about that. But maybe for another day since we're gonna talk about directors. But when we were at the same awards, something kind of strange have. Thout save it over yet though. No, I won't know thinking of your time or some other actors Michael fast bender and twelve years a slave, which is one of the best movies historical ever. Yeah. He was nominated for. Yes. So yeah, it definitely happens. But you're right. It's kind of rare for it to happen. It doesn't
"capote" Discussed on Overdue
"And then the rest of the story is like how I knew Holly signed the unnamed narrator, and here is he was an important lady in my life. And I'll tell you about her. Sure. And so it's taking place during World War Two. There's like mentions of rationing and things like peanut butter rationing that would have put a damper on my sandwiches more. I know you wouldn't be what enjoy your breakfast. And the guy is living in the house living in like a multi story apartment Brownstone walkup kind of thing, and he sees on the mailbox a curious card. He says MS holiday, go lightly, traveling like her or card says traveling on it like, she's always go and place. It she's always around. He doesn't really know what that means that made sense. You know, he I catches his glimpse of her when she is ringing other people's bills. So that she can get in like, she always comes back at odd hours, buzzes, someone else's doorbell. And then is like, oh, I have forgot. My key leather seems inconsiderate and probably the only thing like the only way could get away with that is by being cute or something. I don't know. Yeah. Because she does end up like Khan. Flirting with mystery and Yoshi who let's are in. And then she promises to never bother him again for that. And that's how she ends up meeting our protagonist because she starts ringing his buzzer. You hard. Yes for sure or Truman Capote who knows? I'm really on George George falling apart. In the first full paragraph description of her from our narrator from George here's what we get Andrew. She has chic thinness. Okay, same. She has a breakfast cereal air of health sales. Okay. Same. She has a soap and lemon cleanness. Yes. Same. She has a large mouth she wears dark glasses. No. That's not me. Not she has a face a quote a face beyond childhood yet. This side of belonging to a woman. That's a little creepy. Okay. But same as and she's almost nineteen. So I think that was a thing that I did not know coming into this book was that like it's a it was a woman that young. In my head Audrey Hepburn is always like thirty two. Right. Just because I don't know. I'm not familiar enough for like her whole canon to be like, oh, here's where she was this young. And here's where she was this old film. So I'm just like you're just a a woman who exists, and that's like a good meaning in my brain. Sure. And so she's just like younger woman who is out existing. It's unclear how long she's been living in this apartment. And she like has a guy you see her coming in. And there's a guy with her that has walked her home after she's out, and she kind of like doesn't she's not bringing him home with her? He's just like he's been hanging on, you know, he's not a great guy because he says you like me baby mama liked guy..
"capote" Discussed on KNSS
"Thirty five now, Stephen Ted here on Thursday morning, November fifteenth the ides of November is Ted says twenty eighteen and there are a few events that that occur. In your lifetime that you remember very vividly one of them, being of course, for me and my life to watching the guys landed on the moon the assassination of president Kennedy in it that was around this time of the year. Remember a on the twenty second of November and sixties free. And remember that my we were going to western Kansas for thanksgiving with my grandparents and that weekend in car radio, and on TV who what have we can that was another one that stands out in my mind, and some of you are not old enough to remember nineteen fifty nine on this date when the four members of the Herbert clutter family of Holcomb Kansas were found murdered in their home ex convicts, Richard hickok and Perry. Smith later convicted of the killings and hanged in a case made famous by the Truman Capote book in cold blood Truman Capote, this little what did he written a couple of plays in a couple of things Ted before that you got the idea for what they called a real life novel or something. The way he put it. But it was written very very well written great narrative about this family and people the great line in the movie is one of the the agent played by four sizes saying to somebody people out somebody says people out here don't lock their doors tonight at he says, they will tonight that just kind of chased away a lot of cans thought about things. It's terrible. Terrible crime family murdered in their home and in cold blood and Holcomb is a town about what six seven miles to the west of garden sitting out in the South County. The guy who the man who hired me in radio Chuck Schechner. Actually, I think began his radio career in garden city at that time. So check would regale stories about, you know, the people in that in the book and the movie that the agent that local sheriff everybody, he knew them all and it was an experience for him because he was out there. Right about the time that Capote was out there. And so he always had some interesting stories about it. But that's something that as a youngster in grade school, and this thing is in the paper. And I don't read the paper much. I had the weekly readers school, but I didn't read the newspaper much. But there it was. And I I remember just sitting there reading the whole thing and just being mesmerized by this terrible. Terrible crime and four people murdered in their own home. Nice god-fearing prominent people. All right. Capote's most famous works before that was probably breakfast at Tiffany's the add some others that I've read in there. Frankly, I think the guy was really really good writer. He was and most of the stuff that I read that he did. I enjoyed. But he did a number on that got to know these two guys fairly intimately, and they were up there on death row in Lansing, and he got no really really well did a lot of background, and yeah, it's quite a story. If you've never looked into in cold blood, you ought to. But don't do it on a wintry cold night when the wind is blowing. It's scary outside. I'll just put it that way. Custodian Harper Lee ended up researching a lot of that book out in Phoenix county. They did they did. Seven thirty eight now, Stephen Ted, and what will you what would you go to blows for what would you go? What would you fight somebody not much? I can't think of. If somebody was messing with my wife or kids or grandkids. Maybe I don't know, but ketchup ketchups. I would say no, maybe mustard or mayonnaise now. Now, I'm going to get into a fight over Kanda Duke it out over the countenancing. Yeah. No way. Police in Santa Ana California, trying to find a woman who wanted ketchup in the worst way they haven't found her and she went about getting her catch up in in the worst way the woman who was in the drive in the drive through lane. She entered the restaurant through the employees door and asked for ketchup. When the manager told her the intruder she wasn't allowed inside video released by police shows the woman, attacking the manager other employees tried to pry the woman off before a man who police believe was the ketchup. Help of the capture hunters helper entered the Mickey D's and restrained the woman after which they both left and now they're looking for this woman who decided to assault McDonald's restaurant manager because she didn't get her catch. He's got some issues. There's gotta be more to it. But usually there's something involving oh, not necessarily anger management as much as some sort of impairment chemical impairment of some kind now dead. I don't know about you. But I'm not a big fan of the. Telemarketers me. So I'm like, Greta Garbo, I want to be left alone. And that's one of the great thing about caller ID. Is it can warn you off? Telemarketers senior. Oh, that's my. That's my son calling or my daughter, my friend. So and so-and-so. Well, it didn't work out that way for me. My house last Night Live yesterday afternoon actually a phone rings. And I look at the voter at the at the phone ID nothing. Oh somebody's calling from coke industries. I wonder what they want. Are. They going to offer me some sort of a job or maybe it's a friend who works there something like that. And I get on the line. And I hear this voice say men speak to Shelley you could they couldn't pronounce my wife's name, and they were from another country. And I said been had it was a telemarketer, right? Showed this guy is coke into snow. So I started playing with MSN just coke industries. No, you're using their their ID this coke industry. Click hang up, you know. But I wonder folks out a coke know that they're. I bet they do. Wow. You've seen them. They're putting a voter in a color ID's that are from valley center or from El Dorado, right stuff. Like that it tends to get people to answer the phone. Yeah. Anything to do that. And I don't know. Isn't that big a problem, or is it just something an annoyance that we have to deal with like like, bad, weather or something? Are you supposedly on the no call list? Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's how how effective is that that is baloney with a capital b. Yeah. Hey, the priests are coming to town. Yes. Yep. They're talking about a group the three guy three priests who sing and they're really really good internationally known into concert at RPI the orpheum theatre on November twenty third..
"capote" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Powerbroker Truman Capote's breakfast at Tiffany's and e. Slim and lyrical essay here is New York. You're listening to weekend. Dishing from NPR news Franchi weedy news. I'm Tiffany Cam high. These Santa Rosa symphony is preparing to perform work this weekend inspired by the north bay wildfires called sonoma's strong cake. Jeremy Siegel has more. If you were in the north bay a year ago, you probably remember the wind powerful gusts of nearly eighty miles an hour that helped fuel the fires as they burned at a rate of more than a football field every three seconds for composer, Paul Dooley. That was the starting point for sonoma's wrong. I wanted to capture some of the the wind and some of the the energy from that night. To do that. He used something you might not usually find in an orchestra massive tubes called Werleigh's. You swing them around over your head. And it makes that soft whistling sound. Slowly, the peace builds a solo trumpet comes in bend the strings and that transforms into a big sort of ominous climates. But then it changes piece transitions to what I call the rebirth. And it's the first entrance of the woodwinds, the flutes, oboe, clarinets and the balloons. And.
"capote" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Playing Harvey milk in the. Movie mill, forest Whittaker as, demeaning, yeah so we see more Hoffman Truman Capote Jamie Foxx Ray Charles yes we really love, celebrity impersonations now let's. Go to, the best, actress category because you'll see that trend being reflected. Not, so much but it still, is reflected in the women that, have won the Academy Award, for best actress in the past ten years Meryl Streep playing the iron lady Margaret Thatcher of course Marion Cotillard. Playing. Edith pilaf in and rose off well Drag name sponsored by rice. Aronie Helen Mirren played Queen Elizabeth the second. Reese Witherspoon played June Carter cash And Charlene's thrown played Eileen Warno so and. Virginia Woolf the list goes on? Basically being that we are very obsessed, why do you think that is so now? We've laid out, the case, what what is it that makes us. Lazy because you know I mean, it's very easy to sort of wreck, maybe it's not recognize those characters but like if you watch a, movie it's understandable that if you do. One. Of. Those roles very well people can? See that you've done something well yeah do you know what I'm saying I think that doing portraying a real life person on screen is a specific skill that we the, audience can understand the mechanics of what went into the performance better than say an original character because we have, the, real, life person to compare the, performance, to same, with, Jim Balian Judy Garland. We're so familiar with Judy Garland she's iconic And the fact that this person can, perform as Judy Garland we can compare contrast? And understand their, talent I, think in a way that's accessible for. A person who maybe hasn't studied, acting and so so on and so, forth I bet this year somebody's gonna win a best actor actress, Oscar playing a real life person guarantee I. Mean. If you're taking l. c. now? We could we could do like a bat right like we should be able to look at what the roles are and decide who has the odds on or who is, the, odds on favourite for winning that role based on the plane that's right okay well we'll get back to, that, but, hey when we come back, Holly, thank you.
"capote" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"That is what happened and so i think i didn't know it was becoming a movie i think that's super interesting so jesse isn't going to be like a retelling of it or is it them like like weekend is going to be documentary style then no for my understanding it's scripted so it's going to be there's gonna be like actors portraying john of the story are they going to be portraying i guess be like the actual podcasts or is it going to be just his life story or i i don't know that he deals but i would imagine it would be almost like i don't see how it could be anything but having like the reporter in the story be a character it's like how i mean this is like a dated example but as one that comes stop i had like how like truman capote was sort of like an early kind of gonzo journalist and inserted himself into stories and so when you watch in cold blood the film truman capote is a character in the film or eight you know i feel like the other example is like one hundred stops in or something where you can't you can't you can't have fear low voting in las vegas if hunter of sampson is a character in it even though he's the writer so i picture it would be something like that man that's fascinating i can't i will love watching i hope we get to see them as because member how such a central part of s town is that maze that he built with shrubs yeah yeah there's so many little weird elements of the story that be interesting to see how this picked it in a scripted film yeah tyler you could wear your shrub outfit in the movie you can make shirt number three the center of the maze reach the center of johns crazy maze of made of shrubs towers pops up hello dying to talk it's a small small but it's memorable it's andy sad part will be when you when you email an offer and they email you back and say we don't want no shrouds off straighter.
"capote" Discussed on WGN Radio
"But it didn't deserve to win that year um capote was nominated capote's a better movie brought back mountains a better movie perfect runs a lot pet project not is a much better movie then crash so that's one there's another example of a of a movie that that shouldn't have won best picture frequency of ninety one seven hundred the phone number have you seen crash israel i haven't i i just remember that year though wasn't it essentially not winning everything but it was nominated for a lot of stuff it was it was a movie of them well it was but you know what i mean free was really i i have to say that i think up a brokeback mountain really had the the most like love going in um and it was it was a genuine surprised when one when crash one like people were really surprised by it when it won 'cause everybody thought brokeback mountain was gonna win and in and on top of that on lee won best director and sometimes that's you know that's an indication of what's going to win like when where when when you can get the best director category that usually is like oh okay well that means it in in that's changed over the years to because when aung lee one everybody was like a well that sick brokeback mountain is gonna win best actor best picture because usually best director goes along with best picture but lately that's not been happening licht the front runner this year of relative the front runner for for best picture is three billboards but martin mcdonough didn't get a directing nomination so you know this this as the same thing that you are in going back to driving this daisy if we were talking about earlier bruce beresford directed driving miss daisy he didn't get a best director nomination oliver stone won that year for born on the fourth of july so sometimes they split up now this year the front runner for best director.
"capote" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"The art of a novelist ins as a storyteller and it was made before under its original name in cold blood late '60s and robert blake played the part of perry smith one of the two killers scott wilson slightly ahsan and uh so people had visited this turf before and then there was another capote movie the came out you know daniel craig until rate and but uh you guys and then they're all good the you know there's no no point in comparing because they're all good because the story so great in the work that everybody did with so superior but man you just you you'd essentials down our spy um no no question that i appreciate that that now now and then you've got to work with another terrific direct you've got to work for inari to l i in babbel battle henda a you're you're not in a lot but you're there and it was a let me to work the you know there's that the trilogy gehrmann pedro now the honda roll like the trilogy of of in my opinion ara ditching is directors um he he pitch me he pitch be babbel and i was i was doing little shin the airplane akejan plan a kid 180 boy they are now down to buy neshat vows plane that guy when alessandro called me in abs in the middle of a thunderstorm unease pitching meets like the scene in the movie with the man who taste it the hash to his stomach at all brad davis is yes that man in the cover on an and he's pitchman the pressures of the police cannot to the plane and did at us midnight express.
"capote" Discussed on WRVA
"And prophecy it was just kind of like in cold blood i saw john keo as a truman capote of the field uh he he came up with such a non fiction novel like approach to motspan it's really been a magnet for all of this uh evil demon then bad luck part and i i don't think it's the creatures for so much with all of the uh kind of fixings that people put around well that's a good point now let's talk about the marksman death curse elaborate on that force alone well uh first of all you had 46 people dying immediately and that really anybody associate with point plug them with moffat it became uh a real clouds over point pleasant point pleasant in and of itself is only four thousand people four thousand souls so here you have 19 sixty seven a who large portion of the population raise just killed immediately when the bridge collapsed and what i started taking data on was firm since when the movie came out in two thousand two in january two thousand two within one week you had different eyewitnesses brothers and sisters dying uh you know a very young ages and then you started seeing that different people a thirty associated with the movie were dying and so obvious it seems more of them statistically significant i've got a start documenting and that's why i very quickly found that there were eighty people on that lewis uh m now that's why in the book i went ahead still very directly associated with people were starring uh you know in the wake of montferrand citing more ban book different phenomena week directly related tomasz that may were people uh you know the directors of the movie uh family and uh individuals like uh you probably me the new gm key yes brought black helicopters yup the way he guy.
"capote" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Boogie nights patch adams the talented mister ripley bennelong jane pauley he began to occasionally play leading roles and for his portrayal of the author truman capote in capote got one more multiple accolades including the academy award for best actor apartment men appeared in hollywood blockbusters such as twister and mission impossible through and in ghana's final rules as petar heaven speak and the hunger game series from two thousand thirteen to two thousand fifteen toughen was also an accomplished theater actor his performances in three broadway plays true west long vase journey in tonight and death of a salesman all led to tony award nominations puff when struggled with drug addiction as adult and relapsed in two thousand thirteen after many years of sobriety in february two thousand fourteen he was found dead with an official cause of death being combined drug intoxication unexpected event that was widely lamented in the film and theater industries and was described in his new york bitch worry as perhaps the most ambitious and widely admired american actor of his generation famed actor was hyperfocused on his rules did not as attended two details wasn't mary to a significant third she did not qualify for the spouse free inheritance at least twelve million dollars of his estate was lost two taxis also his estate plan was not updated and did not account for all his children so they might not be treated equally another reason why.
"capote" Discussed on AP News
"Bracing for obama i'm tim mcguire but an afp newsman it hurricane specialist john cangelosi and his colleagues at the national hurricane center are still waiting for hurricane to take that expected turned to the north as it heads towards florida their forecast now calling for the center of the massive storm the past over the florida keys and slam into the southwest quarter of the state he called he says see strong storm surge will caused big problems for both were predicting april twelve feet of storm surge in some parts of south florida and five ten feet in some parts of the florida keys cangelosi says erma has top sustained winds of one hundred fifty you five miles an hour and could gain strength before hitting florida sunday meaning the win could caused massive damage one of the things we have on our spied in florida that construction's really could pose andrew but this will certainly backed up more than five million people are in the hurricane warning area long both the gulf and atlantic coasts of south florida i'd tim mcguire artist andy warhol and writer truman capote talked for dozens of hours about riding a new play in the late 1970s now those taped conversations are finally the basis of a new play called warhol capote it's at its world premiere the american repetory theater in cambridge massachusetts tony award winner michael mayor directs the place stitches together four conversations that war hauling capote recorded fifty years ago capote's best known for writing in cold blood and breakfast at tiffany's he died in los angeles a 1984 warhol's pop art made him worldfamous in the '60s and '70s he died in 1987 writer rob broth adapted the play using eighty hours of recordings at eight thousand pages of transcripts from warhol's audio tapes that he tracked down after reading about them in a published version of warhol's diaries kohl's has become the latest department store operator to make a deal with ecommerce giant amazon coal says it'll open amazon shops in ten of its stores kohl's shoppers will be able to by amazon echo fire tablets and other gadgets from the ems on shots customers can also asked you have an amazon employees come to their home and installed device or suggest products to buy closes the amazon shops will open next month in chicago and los angeles stores.
"capote" Discussed on AP News
"Points that can be redeemed for books and other material over the past few years patterson is given millions of dollars to libraries classrooms in bookstores in a statement patterson said he founded humbling and concern it's so many schools were in need of such basic supplies as books a delaware city is struggling with a gun plague and his ap's my your report into factory muster these young people in russia woman's diallo name ray kwan briscoe of wilmington delaware speaks from experience nearly two years ago he was shot in the back and paralysed from the waist down he was 17 years old with less than seventy two thousand residents wilmington isn't chicago baltimore detroit but wilmington is the gun violence capital of the us for shootings involving young people ages twelve to seventeen according to an associated press and usa today network analysis of gun violence archive data william rollins senior lost a son to gun violence he said there is a sense of hopelessness day acepted like going to joke for life this cept in no me gave put in a gray i mike rossi artist andy warhol and writer truman capote talked for dozens of hours about riding a new play in the late 1970s now those tapes conversations are finally the basis of a new play called warhol capote it's at its world premiere the american repetory theater in cambridge massachusetts tony award winner michael mayor directs the place stitches together four conversations that war hauling capote recorded fifty years ago capote's best known for writing in cold blood and breakfast at tiffany's he died in los angeles a 1984 warhol's pop art made him worldfamous in the '60s and '70s he died in 1980 seven rider rob broth adapted the play using eighty hours of recordings and eight thousand pages of transcripts from warhol's audio tapes that he tracked down after reading about them in a published version of warhol's diaries ties temer thought passion is a good time to try mayfield backstage prices are so low you're never you to comply i have all the hottest looks feminist women kid plus accessory handbags heftier toys home decor policy france freight designers fine on every week let's meet date stating start every daylight me dr scott condie for a location near yell.
"capote" Discussed on AP News
"Road in significant numbers numbers of the senate commerce committee are also working in selfdriving car legislation but a bill hasn't been introduced french president emmanuel macron has called for greater european investment in greece to help offset the cashstrapped countries increasing reliance on dawn european countries notably china and a round table of greek and french business leaders on friday mccrone said greece was forced to choose known european investors because the europeans were not there that he added showed that the europeans of no faith in europe artist andy warhol and writer truman capote talked for dozens of hours about riding a new play in the late 1970s now those taped conversations are finally the basis of a new play called warhol capote it's at its world premiere the american repetory theater in cambridge massachusetts tony award winner michael mayor directs the place stitches together four conversations that war hauling capote recorded fifty years ago capote's best known for writing in cold blood and breakfast at tiffany's he died in los angeles a 1984 warhol's pop art made him worldfamous in the '60s and '70s he died in 1980 seven rider rob broth adapted the play using eighty hours of recordings at eight thousand pages of transcripts from warhol's audio tapes that he tracked down after reading about the a published version of war alls diaries ties hammer time to try to matrix backstage prices are so lightly ever i had the hottest looks feminist anthem naked women kid excessively bag dear toys hummed at har holler translate designers on every week tholot made date stating star every daylight this at me dr scott condie.
"capote" Discussed on AP News
"The vehicles annually over the next several years state and local officials have raised concern and that it limits their ability to protect the safety of their citizens thanksgiving to the federal government solar authority to regulate the vehicle's design and performance states would still decide whether to permit selfdriving cars on the roads generally the federal government regulates the vehicle while states regulate the driver automakers have complained that a patchwork of law states have passed in recent years would hamper deployment of the vehicles which they sees the future of the industry selfdriving cars are forecast to dramatically lower traffic fatalities once they are on the road in significant numbers numbers of the senate commerce committee are also working in selfdriving car legislation but a bill hasn't been introduced artist andy warhol and writer truman capote talked for dozens of hours about riding a new play in the late 1970s now those tapes conversations are finally the basis of a new play called warhol capote it's at its world premiere the american repetory theater in cambridge massachusetts tony award winner michael mayor directs the place stitches together four conversations that were hauling capote recorded fifty years ago capote's best known for writing in cold blood and breakfast at tiffany's he died in los angeles in 1984 warhol's pop art made him worldfamous in the '60s and '70s he died in 1987 rider rob broth adapted the play using eighty hours of recordings and eight thousand pages of transcripts from warhol's audio tapes that he tracked down after reading about the metal published version of warhol's diaries take a closer look at unlimited data plans you'll see they're not.
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"Not available in all states or situations prices vary based nearby bad news for hamilton fans in britain the london opening of the hit musical has been pushed back back promoters said friday the official opening they will be december 21st following previews that begin on december six the show had been expected to open in late november but has been delayed by renovation works of the victoria powell's theater theater owner and hamilton coproducer cameron mackintosh said restoring these story building is taking more time than acted and he's sorry to change the performance schedule producer jeffery sellars of those with tickets to shows that have been cancelled we'll be accommodated other dates as quickly as possible artist andy warhol and writer truman capote talked for dozens of hours about riding a new play in the late 1970s now those taped conversations are finally the basis of a new play called warhol capote it's at its world premiere the american repetory theater in cambridge massachusetts tony award winner michael mayor directs the place stitches together four conversations that war hauling capote recorded fifty years ago capote's best known for writing in cold blood and breakfast at tiffany's he died in los angeles a 1984 warhol's pop art made him worldfamous in the '60s and '70s he died in 1980 seven rider rob broth adapted the play using eighty hours of recordings and eight thousand pages of transcripts from warhol's audio tapes that he tracked down after reading about them in a published version of warhol's diaries star wars and all.
"capote" Discussed on AP News
"Doldrums of the decades of slow down the dragged in the nation after the bubble economy burst in the 1990s artist andy warhol and writer truman capote talked for dozens of hours about riding a new play in the late 1970s now those taped conversations are finally the basis of a new play called warhol capote it's had its world premiere the american repetory theater in cambridge massachusetts toy tony award winner michael mayor directs the place stitches together four conversations that were hauling capote recorded fifty years ago capote's best known for writing in cold blood and breakfast at tiffany's he died in los angeles a 1984 warhol's pop art made him worldfamous in the '60s and '70s he died in 1987 rider rob broth adapted the play using eighty hours of recordings and eight thousand pages of transcripts from warhol's audio tapes that he tracked down after reading about the metal published version of warhol's diaries you can buy murder suspect lizzy in this house in massachusetts the mansion in fall river where she lived after she was accused of committing the axe murders of her mother and father is up for sale it was one of the most notorious crimes of the 19th century and so far it's still unsolved though borden was arrested a jury acquitted her of the murders in eighteen 92 the dallas woman who bought the home a couple of years ago tells the herald news that she's selling it because her plans to turn it into a bed and breakfast.
"capote" Discussed on AP News
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"capote" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Smeal win over the moon with that books this she said this book is my life i i know this character i know the story because this was my life at one point and so they got the rights to that ends basically sat on it for a couple of years sh did the capote films went into last summer and did meyer diary met housewife it didn't hurt their career certainly would think that it would've but they stay busy and luckily for them they had they got such a warm response for the capote films that they the doors opened their the reputation grew they got more critical acclaim i mean the capote films go grahak lane last summer had tremendous acclaim i mean it with kathy burns was nominated for an academy award for performance in enough film diary met housewife got tremendous responses so it didn't it in hurt him was diary of a madhouse wife was that there less from together technically but um you know in the in the in the wake of that they had you know frank had um they're fought the follow up from the durant house with is the western was dc keetch and faye dunaway nherished ulan called doc that was shot in spain and um that was the first time that of perry had when aheadon started production on a film with a script that eleanor had not written she was little jarred by that and um in there was tensions in the relationship that point and um because dire madeira met house whip had really spurned some tensions in the relationship because i was the first time.