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"carey mulligan" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For Nomad Land and Carey Mulligan for promising young woman. The winners will be announced April 25th from the Dolby Theater in Hollywood and from Union Station in downtown L. A. We're taking a look at a crash on the five. It's a coma or 1 18. Actually, it's on the 1 18 eastbound on San Fernando Road. So the car spin out on the right shoulder of the on ramp here so then looks like it is making things too tough for you. Baldwin Park on the 10 eastbound at the 605 a poll of some kind in the middle traffic lane. They're gonna drive over that till they kind of put it over to the right shoulder. Kay, if I and this guy is sponsored by injury attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com Just saw has trouble on the five started selling an obstacle course out here. All right, South, found five. Now this is coming down. It's almost a beam to stay. A quake itself out five before the lower cross over, there's been a crash. There has been some debate whether center divider or shoulder, but the delays are definitely there, so we'll just be heads up now at this time of the morning, especially and it's kind of slick, But once you get through that down the estate junction through with Santa for it, it's all looking pretty good back to downtown Los Angeles. You've been listening for a while, It seemed we had to cry. Share South 1 10 before the 10, but it winds up It's the 11th and Olympic on to the South Bound one tent that's going to be closed for a while. The freeway itself in pretty good shape injured in an accident visit Superwoman super lawyer dot com. Jeff Bock, CAF eye in the sky. Hey, I'm buying. This guy helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks. The Dodgers were defeated by the Kansas City Royals by score of 8 to 4. That lawsuits tempered a bit by the announcement that Clayton.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Oh wow okay. I don't mean to say who if anyone out there has a forty year old gap. But there's just an eunice about thinking about your age now in a negative seven-year-old yeah for sure but i think the way we would qualify. I think we could come up with some guidelines so for me. I'd like to see anyone involved in a forty year gap to be at least thirty eight. That'd be the that'd be the minimum age together. Yes you're dating a seventy eight year old when you're thirty eight. Yeah because maybe you're like who gives a shit thirty thirty thirty five. Oh man if you're dating a seventy five year old. I would be really sad for you. I know see. That's the part that i if i loved him. I would be happy for a few weeks. Yeah no he's going to get that thing and he's gonna live to be two hundred okay so sooner than we drain. Oh he's got. He's got kids in his basement. Yeah well the now that further compounds the ethical dilemma okay. So but if you're seventy in your boyfriend's one ten silly. We were having a hard time pronouncing this word. And it is pro panel. It is yes. It's not pro panel now. And i thought it was too. It sounded so right when you said it wanted it to be right but it's propranolol. I almost need to take employment. All pronounce a correct basis. Panic the person who taught me this takes it. Okay program pro panel. It's really boy. Do they need medication. How what. I was just thinking. This just picked up to prescriptions. He was like what are the names of them. And i had to hold up the tube because i could not say it. Of course not can i try to. I wouldn't be able to do it. But can i try to find the spelling of zell. Jen's my rightist medicine axe fucking listen to this x. e. l. j. a. n. z. This would be a million point word and scrambling got an axe jay z. And for some reason the ex the ex zale. It's not it's not zell okay. Zell genes that make you feel weather. J. e. n. r. a. n. j. n. zell john's. Yeah that's quite honestly the there's somebody in the consumer affairs said you know what people are gonna have an easy time saying at the pharmacy and spelling in searching on the internet zale. I don't get it. i don't there must be an actual reason. Yeah maybe it stands for stuff like you know how. Kobe stands for corona virus. Medications weird terrible search. My seizure medication is levitra teresa. Tam at someone in pharmacology can tell us one of our armed cherries. Kim okay but i did find an article here. You don't wanna know it another talk. She's just read you a couple of games that are out there in civic with a k. Ad set trysts. That's your voi- ville breed with a why zaid tiga x Eva focke these people. There's a reason so many drug names looked so weird. A good drug name is supposed to check lots of boxes. It should be easy for doctors to spell accurately will fail when they scribble it down on a prescription pad. It should be memorable. That should be used in every country around the world without triggering some cultural confusion or it ought to be consistent with the science or clinical application that distinguished the product through years of development at. The brand name shouldn't be so gigi that it's obtuse for patients but fail. Ideally you wanted to trigger some relevant connection to your product. That's not an explanation. Some of that makes sense the writing down in needing that to look of a certain way. Kind of make sense to me. Well does the. Fda is getting particularly tough rejecting about four out of every ten name proposals include. It wants to avoid medication. Mix ups. Yeah exactly last week. Mix up levin. That's every dad mix up. I hope i get something now. Okay oh okay. I'm gonna do a fact and you're not gonna like it and i did not check this back. So be mad at laura's so you can be mad at laura and this is very odd brand for her to write something like this. She said dax asked if the story of kerry and mumford being pen pals was hypocrisy fall. But i think he meant to use the word apocryphal which means basically that. A story or account is dubious and probably not true. Do say hypocrisy instead of apocryphal. And i know it's apocryphal. Yeah she's dead right. i use it a lot too. I heard you use it after. I read that this and i was like. Oh no allah. Yeah hypocrisies would imply some kind of democracy. Yeah is it apocryphal. nail it. yeah. I just wanted to tell you because i also know the you strive to be better and before i didn't i didn't do it. Yeah and that's why it takes belgians to help with that. We really know for arthritis. Oh i don't take it very often you were describing something and you said blah blah blah and a black woman. Oh you were talking about one of the movies movie scenes. He was in this with the black woman. And when i heard it when i was editing i was like i think i should take that out and i started to take it out and then i was like. Why am i taking this out. It's almost like color blindness. What i mean to be like. Why do you have to say black woman. You should just women. But also i know she's a black woman like you can say that so i'm just confessing that i've come around on that okay. I've learned that. Because i kind of used to be on that side a lot of like you don't need to qualify and i still earn case absolutely if you go like. Oh i bumped into guys at seven eleven. Who had a car for sale. You don't need to say. I bumped into two black guys who had a car for sale. But if you're describing something in an effort to recount that person's memory it is a completely relevant detail. Yeah to pretend it's not. Is that stupid colorblind thing. Yeah i think you're right. Yeah and actually. This is tease. I guess i'll say. But kristen. And i have a little side project for armchair that we're under armchair that we're doing and huber excited for you guys. You came up with an awesome idea which was shattered glass to celebrate some of the women who have been gangsters and we interviewed a person and that person was awesome. And said you should say black person indian person whatever she's like but then but like say white person to just no one saying take it away but just do make it equal in the in the way you're describing agree and i liked that anyway so i've i've turned a corner and wanted to make known. Oh won't come. Do people know right that you are not only can play black but should blah. Do they know that it's so great. But you went down to florida in a nutshell and you ma- you very young in a friend of a friend new casting dreary and we i was. I just graduated high school high school in you guys.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
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Because my first fact machine is much base yet because member we bought. Carry of the macho machine. Wasn't there is all kinds of hurdles. Because she was in england so we had to just buy it here in the mail and send it to her. Yes i'm buying may have caught her house on fire by this point because i don't know that it it qualified to meet the standards. Is she going to be able to use it there because of the plug converter guarantees got should've center a converter to i imagine if you're living in england one okay But the fact the was said you told her. That was making macho from scratch. And i just saw machine is making it from the leaves. Why that's what i mean like. If you know mama differentiate making spaghetti from scratch would be like okay if you buy the thing raghu now even get the crushed tomatoes and the tomato paste and then you combine and all that from scratch so the fact that it's raw leaves in not the powder that's that's why i was calling it scratch. I get that. I'm just like i didn't take the leaves. Unlike muddle them up into a pay and then add the water. You know that would seem. I'm not gonna okay. Okay great but so look. This isn't my job clearly. A lot of people make jokes this jokes but monica. I have fallen into this pattern. Where were texting. And then i n inadvertently tax like five things. And she hasn't responded yet and then i get insecure. Then i say thank you for attending talk which is again is a well worn. Joke joke is old. How old is that joke. Got hip to it. Like six months ago. Rachel staying by the know how old it is. But it's definitely well-worn. Okay well i still really like it. And so i say to you and then last night you are in a bit of a pickle. 'cause you nervous you weren't gonna know how to fill up your car because you've never done it before and you want to know where where's the button to open the door and i said try pushing on the field turns out. That was the case. All this to say you may double safe that you don't put diesel in it and i said yeah don't put diesel put put premium in it and then you said okay but i want to put the most expensive one in is in diesel more expensive well and then i said well i'll give you a ted talk when i come over about diesel. Yeah it was supposed to be just for us. But now oh i should share it with the world. Not actually what i thought. I thought we ran out of time. And i promised you a ted talks. So now everyone's going to get okay so just in a nutshell care at all. Yeah actually do okay. So the way in normal gasoline engine works is is the cylinder go. I'm sorry the piston goes down in the cylinder and then it fills it with gasoline and then the cylinder goes up and it compresses it. And then the a spark plug ignites it and it forces the piston back down. And that's how it's making motion l. k. in diesel. There's no spark plugs so there are glow plugs to get it going initially but the compression is so fierce inside of a diesel engine that just that much pressure as compresses. The gas will cause it to explode on. Its own without an ounce bar but also diesel burns dirtier and so there are little elements in there that can also spark the explosion. The fuel itself can perpetuate the explosion. So diesel isn't better gas. It's not as good of gas really but it has a different power curve and then back to the octane thing. So what's interesting is you would imagine that like one. Octane is more explosive than eighty seven. Octane but what. I've been told maybe someone. Correct me on this in the comments but it actually explodes slower one explodes slower which gives a longer bit of thrust to that piston because the explosions lasting longer. I'm glad i stopped in. Yeah i learned something new. I definitely didn't know any of that stuff. But if you put these linen unleaded car you're fox okay. I don't do that. No so does the more expensive unleaded actually better for the environment. Please yes well. i will say this. Generally speaking all things being equal. If you feel a eighty eighty-seven versus ninety-one you'll get slightly better gas mileage with ninety one so in that respect you using less fuel. You don't even need to feel bad. Because i got you that car month ago and yesterday was the first time he had to figure out how to get i now. So you're using a tank. Tanka guess a month. I know i know i drive so infrequently but bud bud you know when i had my prius. I was filling up like every three months. Well let's be honest. You are filling up every three months. I was filling it up once a every time. I would drive it. It was always hovering above. And then i wait until the very end but i was feeling a little bit like e once a month once a month is kind of a lot and so the previous held nine gallons And would go on that for three months off this..
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"So cool. She's camilla on the crown she's show running and writing. God i like her. She's written novels. She's written multi mobile and she has a world record for high jump yet and she has written the new book down. The new andrew lloyd webber musical cinderella only miley. I know i know it's honestly. Let's i hope she has no life. Does she know life. I can home. Who's got like the best life now. Amazing friends and delights. I know she's the dependable friend. You're saying you count on her. What a jerk generous generous. Now the ninth to give you the shirt off her back. She really wanted now. When you do a movie like this or you do movie like shame. Do you consider like Do i wanna take on this topic me personally or do you go like you know what that's the directors topic or. That's the writers topic. And i'm here to facilitate that like do you distance yourself from that or did you take it on. I think i distance myself from it. When i making it and then i think inevitably end up taking it on. Will you end up having to defend it. Impressive stuff right. I am a woman become a spokesperson for whatever issue the film dealing with which is fine and i think it happens very often with female characters with female driven stories always has to be. There has to be some reason why the story was told with some very specific catalyst for some much deeper meaning. Which of course promising marriage but also its revenge. Me is really fun and funny. And it's like as everyone inching towards asking you if you've been attacked. Is that what they're doing interviews just. Yeah yeah he actually did you that. Someone asked me if i'd been in so it's not kind of stuff where you know you just like. We made a movie man. It's cool and if anything all these different fleabag. I may destroy you. There's so much great stuff right now your movie what. Everyone should be recognizing at this moment. Is that to be a woman on planet earth you have the funk in experience you know what i'm saying like i don't really probably need to find out what specifically or what eight specific things happen to you or monica like it's becoming pretty clear. I think this is the female. It's not it doesn't require someone's unique experience to tell the story to be honest. It's not a unique experience. I mean it feels very much like these are things that we've been talking about amongst ourselves for years and now finally it's kind of a global conversation or more so than it was know and i do think there's a reason why the film in some sense you know is spoken with these conversations. I is intentional. Is meant to question some of the things that we've become so used to in our culture. There's nothing really promising women. That is an abreu comedy in the last twenty years where a guy tries to find my strong girl. He can at a party in virginia. See two stories that we just looking at it through a different angle. There's a sense of responsibility when you're talking about things that are really sensitive and and all people's real life experiences nothing in this film. That is unusual. We haven't heard about and that's what they've tragic is. It's very commonplace stuff that we're dealing with but it's the same horrific. This is too much of an admission. But when i was watching. I'm shedding misogyny. I'm not there at all. And i catch myself all the time going. Oh yeah that's flawed. So when i was watching the trailer i was a had. The thought like. Oh this feels like entrapment to these guys. Like i literally was pursuing. Staw of like god. That's entrapment a little bit to these guys and then i was like entrapping them to take on home. It's turtles doing their neighbor. But i had to go through the things. My i kind of thought was like what poor guy who thinks he's met a girl like some and i was like no. No no no. No i'm like clouted i still year but then so those characters in the film like allison breeze card medicine. Is you know she's complicit in a totally different way she's rationalizing the behavior people that she was with because i have friends and actually it's really hard at somebody accuses somebody. You love like easy if we accuse people that we don't like in a kind of horrible people but if someone accuses one of you loved ones. You know it's hard. There's no answers in the film. Which is what i love. There are lots of questions and there's a lot of stuff going on in there that is tricky stuff and so i felt a little bit when i was signing onto the project them nassir to remove making it amended the releasing over to goad not my experience but it is a lot of people's experience and you wanna handle that athlete and respectfully i stumbled across an interview with you during the shame. Press where you know. It's clearly a junket. You're clearly on interviews. Sixty three in this guy like very clumsily asks you if your relationship with fast benders. Incest and like the whole thing is so funny awkward. No what did i say you fucking great. You're like well why i don't understand. Because she was nude in front of him. she likes to fuck with her brother. To reminder of being a kid and you know you're incest deductions probably you know in the politest way possible. That was not explicit. So if you assume that that says probably more about you but anyways i was just more overwhelmed with the notion that you have to sit in a room and then some clumsy dude comes in and makes you defend whether or not. The scene in the bathroom is incest. Yeah the same thing on wildlife. Somebody in a queue in a stood up. I played a mother of a fourteen year old and in my husband he's played by john. Whole leaves has midlife crisis. Leaves to go and fight a wildfire. Nieves edged fend for myself in the nineteen fifties with no income and i ended up having a very brief affair with a local businessman. And it's just like the worst week of this woman's life basically which is not a good advocate for the film. It's really playing a bit and this man. Acuna is absolutely horrified by my character. I wanted to make a real sort of objection to her existence and thought that it was the way that she behaved omar. He couldn't get over and he was like. I'm there's something going on. That's weird with a kid like some sexual thing with you and the kid knows actually the thing that kid just yeah. This guy went out of town once in his wife took on a lover. And you should answer by saying Let me answer that question with another question. How long ago did this happen to you sir. I'm so sorry was a like a therapist in the room. Who intervened and said look. I think i can rephrase your question for you. Because i can't remember how she refused it perfectly but i think she stepped in and made it of at school reasonable question just so cool. So when's promising. Young women come out. It came out on christmas day in america gonna streaming on friday. The fifty think january fifteenth. That goes down. I'm going to stream it. Because i really really want. Maybe that was universal's ultimate goals that are like we know he's going to want wanna watch this and he'll pay for it so let's make. Let's give him so many hurdles that we can't watch it for free so actually good job. Good job good test. Yeah yeah i but they ultimately will get fifteen bucks or whatever it. Is we win. Well carrie. I didn't say at the beginning but i think you're phenomenally talented. I love love love scene. You and things. I'm really excited to see promising. Young woman we help you get a macho machine. Oh my goodness.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"As anything but sarcastic. I think there's a way in which having little ones make sense in a more stressful bills. At least you not a thing that you have to do your time that you and are busy and so in that sense and also we've been taking tons to work for so long right but it means that you never really off together in who is taking on your ten but this year it was like neither messaging anything. That's quite gifts. That was our problem. We were a well oiled machine seen each other three hours a day. We know how to do that. We have done that for another forty years but all of a sudden hold on a second here the other twenty four seven. What the hell does this look like me clearing my throat like an hour a day is probably manageable but six hours a day you know. God bless her. Yeah yeah again. We have space where we live which helps films and yeah which is good. Okay now promising. Young woman i'm going to era grievance right now which i love to do new favorite thing to do shows evolving into my list of my grievances so i tried my hardest to watch the movie and there were so many layers of security. I must say. I created passwords. I downloaded app. I had to take a picture of a barcode. Finally i was like they're not gonna let me watch this fucking movie and i watched the trailer and i'm so pissed because the trailer is awesome and i love the idea of this movie and i was furious that it was impenetrable as a link. That's the thing of the moment isn't it. I they getting a text message to your phone. If you're not in phone signal you didn't get the message is like Yeah yeah and i get you know. Piracy's in issue but at the same time so as you gotta kinda way. You're going to prioritize but in a nutshell you are a law school student and you left early. As i'm assuming the result of some sexual trauma med school dropout and years later still living with parents in very much looks like a childhood bedroom and i am getting out multiple nights a week pretending to be really drunk very convincingly i'm going to add because in the beginning of the trailer you'd think that fucked up and you're about to ginks assaulted and it's scary. Yeah yeah and then she waits for somebody to inevitably take her home and then she reveals. She's stingles aiba. oh Yeah there's a fucking moment trailer with our favorite human being adam brody. What how much do we love him. God i love him. He's so brilliant in the slow. But there's a moment where he keeps going door. I don't worry don't worry. And she's keeps on on on on and he goes on between our legs in she just pops up and look some dead in the face and said what are you doing. I probably got the dialogue wrong but something like that. Oh my god exciting. It's a twist on a revenge movie. Yeah it was emerald fennell who writes director. She wanted to write revenge movie. That felt like what she would actually do. And she's a killing eve director. She was the show runner on the second season killing and actress them. She plays commander in the crown. All you just hit. Monica right but is into the crowd obviously been wanting to talk to you about the crown since the whole time. It's all you wanna talk. Everyone whose english. I have to ask about the crown. Royal's what do you feel about the royals. I love the royal. I don't seem the latest season. It's really i've seen everything else i was brennan lansing this one. Yeah i've been watching bridgeton. What have you been great yet. Richardson the shonda rhimes show on netflix. Oh into okay yeah. This is an english show. We're consuming right now that we love happy valley. Have you seen that. no. I haven't but it's meant to be amazing equitable and then your movie of course reminds me of our favorite show of last year. Which was i may destroy you. Did you watch out my god mazing. She's incredible that woman is a tour de force of four hundred major watching not shy. But i will say like could barely. I was like watching it but i couldn't watch. I watched the whole thing in two days. She's extraordinary mechanical. She's unreal orient definitely looking at similar stuff in film. Yeah yeah so happy there. These story more and more of these female perspective storms in even in the trailer they hit on. Oh chris lows in it by the way i saw he was. Maybe the perpetrator of. I don't know that's what i'm gathering. Chris is amazing chris sir. We was so excited to him to be in the film. The cool thing about is that actually none of these people were in for longer than like two or three days of filming. So we had like molly shannon jennifer coolidge corner. Britton adam brady and chris lower sandwiches and then they all coming in like a day. You know and doing nothing gang. Isn't that fun for you to like. Here's your smorgasbord of super talented people. That are gonna come and crush for a day and you're gonna watch. Yeah it was not. We'll say incredibly difficult to come into the film particularly one like of which has a very particular tone because it is adult comedy. But it's very really dark comedy and you need to come in and do a day. 'cause coming into a day on anything nightmare was i couldn't agree on it before and it's just so nerve racking and meeting the croon trying to understand the dynamics everything but everyone was just. It was insane like every day. Emerald and i would be the ones are up to. It's just completely. i mean. We just the most athletic breath is like some brilliant in the film and she was on the first day of filming she. In the i team she came across it so amazing. It's.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"This might be a disaster. You should try auto racing. Just give me twenty one moldova. Mullet over. I have one more question before we talk about your new movie. Which is what a sexy makeup seen in the elevator drive. Yeah oh yeah oh were you already with your current husband. At that time i was single about. Oh that's insane was not. He is a very good looking human being as a ryan gosling stream by he the most review one of. Yeah oh. I hate him so much. Want to see him. Do stand up. You would kill it. Good great can you. Work on. Cars to is super mechanical. I bet he's the best megantic. You smitten with them. While you're shooting that tasting that was real like childhood wish fulfillment stuff like i'm living in la. I was living in a motel which i thought was so cool and romantic. I was driving myself to work in sunrise and choosing a movie. you know. It was like a matt ryan. And i just stared at each other for days on end like fairytale stuff. How would you go to. They call lunch and then you go to lunch. Cheese like have a smile on your face going like well this is. This is not as good as it gets. Right here was pretty sweet. Yeah i mean but it's also about whole film you know working with nick. He was like steve and away like some magginis. He's just going to make this thing out of their mind and they already have the film that head and you just get to sort of be. The princess stuck in the tower to ryan's like knight in shining armor. It's just the whole thing. Felt say surreal. I've loved the musical choice in that movie like everything was very eighties. What am i wanna to say. It was my favorite genre. Ever the man is a no no second firs new wave knew. It was very new way so so much of the character. That movie was the new wave music. So i was curious while you were making it. Did he introduce music at all to these scenes like did he let you in on with that vibe was going to be. I started the process of filming living in a motel and then like after a couple of weeks. I moved in with neck and with his family because they had a spare room and they editing in the house so i was hearing the music when i was coming home from work and i like saw that sort of river basin montage coming together with that song in the background. It was all very yes the music he wasn't using it on set really getting to hear bits and pieces evening. Yeah posit now your husband. I read something today that i find impossible. Which is somehow you guys. Were pen pals when you were younger. Is that hypocrisy is that real noted is real. What's how we knew each other when we were kids. How was any born in la. He was born in a. But he didn't live in random he moved teeing them and he was like six months old but we went to camp together when we were kids. No way camp and your just bros. Then or were you. Yeah yeah yeah. We were just friends and we will. We were like twelve years old. Yeah and then how it rekindle. We lost touch for a long time. We mass again in nashville in two thousand eleven like you just ran into each other a the honky tonk waffle house with a friend and he was doing a gig. In someone's house husband is marcus mumford and sons. I didn't well. i'm getting the sense. You didn't know that which is exactly why we all can't not pause pause pause so this kid from your camp like you've now you're a successful actor and then you go like a fucking the kid from my camp. He's got a hell of a ban popular band. Well yeah but yeah basically. Yeah that seems weird to me. Yeah i guess. I wasn't totally aware of them because they want. I didn't know anything about music but had seen him. It's a support band at a gig years before. When i was like nineteen and i remember thinking like oh god. He's changed because he was very short. When i knew him. Twelve your whole tool but yes now we sort of connected on facebook but never actually said we met properly in person again in two thousand eleven but then it was like the week before he played the grammys with bob dylan and did that thing. And then you know the whole sort of things. Don't for them. In america you got on the ground floor but like with a sliver of time. Just nicotine exactly. Yeah because post grammy performance. He's got time for nobody. Probably golding look crawled out of my past. Yeah that's awesome now. My wife and i think one of the pieces of glue that holds us together is. We're both from michigan. We have kind of some. Shared values shared experience or both frugal as motherfuckers. Well that's evolving. But you know in general. Do you guys have like. Is that part of the magic. I think set history of having known each other since we were children and think people do really change. Really and i felt that he didn't change. He just got all. He just got taller and he sang louder. So i suppose that and we grew up in similar circles similar households and everything like that but i think having somebody when that twelve and being able to identify the twelve year old someone. That's pretty special has quarantine. Ben is easy on your marriage as it has been on ours. I i can't imagine anyone married would take that.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"You just didn't want to be struggling nightmare. You can steal my advice. Because i don't really wanna encourage anyone to ruin their life. But i just say if if you wanna do it by honda because you're not gonna wanna have repair bills. It might take a very long time. It's yeah yes you can get a really dependable car. that's step one and satan wave luck to strike now. You're getting bright and bridges. I was watching clips of it today. And i just thought maybe this is my weird american point of view. But what a quintessential role for you to get. As an english actress to be in period in those outfits the whole nine yards did feel a little bit like well. There's no way. I'd just landed right here my first thing. Yeah i was working in a pub when i was auditioning for. I've been cleaner. i'd watch as a runner and a film studio for free. And i was working in a pub when i was in the audition prices then suddenly i was going off to leave the pub's go and work in a film with donald sutherland. And brand breath judi dench and it was completely surreal. That even years. After like you know still thinking. I couldn't believe that was filmed but my job is just insane. Ios watching it. And i was like you a lot like watching these scenes. Those like there's a lot options year. But i remember doing seen one of the first things that we shot was seen with judi dench and i had an. I'd real really visceral dreams about working. Judi dench when i was about fourteen and i was searching. I remember waking up from having a dream where i was lucky judy dench and realizing that it was just a dream and being like genuine ibo tional but it was real and then all of a sudden i was eighteen i was in an actual scene with her and i remember joe wright the director coming up to me after the first take of the seeing where she kind of comes into the house and wakes up and we're all standing as a family terrified of her and he came to me off the first taken said. What are you doing like. She made to actually move your face. You've got to do something. I was just standing. There like couldn't get when i was going through all the stuff you have done today. So much of it exists in a movie industry. That i'm so fearful is going away the fact that you can go from that and you can end up in an education and get nominated for that and then you can take some time and then you can through being so great. You can kind of plot out of future. And i'm wondering or i fear. That the twenty year old carey mulligan today like. I don't know what that looks like. Do you think about that at all how much it's changed or maybe you feel like it hasn't now i think it has y would have done if it was a lot now. If he would be different. I think i had the luxury of kind of anonymity i guess in the first three or four years of my career i was in the background getting to work with amazing people but not really being relied upon to be particularly good not mentioned in reviews or anything else playing those parts but i was consistently in shows with like extraordinary that i could just watch and and then fasting. I remember doing but was sort of any kind of waste on me was an episode of doctor who where the doctor david tennant at the time. But he wasn't really episode because it was choosing another episode at the same time. So i was doing that. And that was the first time i was like the lead a thing and dot felt very weighty and exciting but the festively is added plays and i did. Tv things. but i wasn't in front and center of any of them. But i think now people are just coming into this the pressure on the privacy or image the social media stuff. Like none of demille across my radar. I remember twitches starting someone you know. I had an ex boyfriend too stilted a twitter account news. Tweeting things like what is this. Why no one gives a shit. I don't care. And i'm right here. And i still feel that way but yeah i think what i would have done. I would have found it hard to avoid. I think how was your ego during the periods where you were like a banana. And you're kind of in the shadow of all these amazing people where you truly just grateful to be there or were you like okay. So grateful to be there. I wasn't ready until it was already too late. I remember when i first for my sore. An education was the first time. I'd seen myself played really anything apart from donahue and i rang my mother up crying and i watched it and i rang her up in tears saying like. It's so boring. It's stupid face literally does nothing on my face. Just look stupid and it's boring and everyone's going to hate it. It's going to be a nightmare. And i really don't wanna go to sundance. And she was like. I'm sure it's not that bad. You know just go and just get through it and you'll be fine come home and i had nightmares before i went sundance. That trump me out being boring was never like a place where i was like. No i can do this. I didn't have any expectations about film. So i felt lucky. I didn't go into that film with any kind of fear of messing it up. Because i didn't think whatever so it felt like a little university project or something. Did you learn anything from that. Did you learn. Like oh. I guess i should entrust my evaluation of myself. Gosh the only real thing that came out. That was the ability to know. Have to do everything that i didn't have to take all the jobs that came along. 'cause i what pretty much without a break from about the age of eighteen to twenty three and was anxious. If i didn't know exactly what the next job was to young before i wrap. The previous job was like next one next one. I did a play and a tv show at the same time once during doing the hypochondriac malia plane evening then in the days i was doing an episode of miss marple where i was timothy. Dalton's why it was just not you guys are the same age right pretty much. He's terribly handsome. It was a real game changer. Just having to take every job. Just look out and take him up. How did you navigate that in such as successful way because i had opportunities. I wanted money. And i wanted all kinds of things and i was very bad at it. So how do you are you patient. How did you not feel like oh shit. My moment's gonna pass. How do you turn down. I don't know james bond movie or whatever things they throw your way at that point. I think i felt very kind of about my career and wanted to make things that would sort of be memorable would massa. And my agent. Who's one of the best people on the planet. She's cooled toll bell fridge and she's been my agent since i was eighteen when the medication happened sheets at me out for lunch. I think what. I was choosing. Never let me go. And she said look. You're in this really rab moment in your career that you know it doesn't come up very often and it doesn't last particularly long but you are in a moment way you can choose. You shouldn't take apart unless you call back the idea of anybody else. Doing that is a good barometer. Yeah so that kind of became the benchmark. If i can sort of imagine another actor doing it and be okay with it. Then i would say no. I'm not so decide. Wasn't fighting for stuff. As well like i auditioned for the coen brothers and edition for things as the as i didn't get i've just been sitting idly picking new desperate. Give me space to achieve voice backs doing plays and she's always backed me doing tiny films that have no money that hardly anyone seasons that i love so i've been lucky to have her because i think if i'd been represented by somebody else. He wasn't quite say she's always been rock solid on.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Oh you've disappeared but that's fine now. How far are you currently from where you grew up. A couple of i was born in london. I moved to germany. When i was about. Three in germany's lois. Seven or eight and then knits outside of london and then i moved back when i started working. Were you in dusseldorf. Yeah okay. My mother fell in love with duesseldorf trip there with a lover and then i was thinking this is the truth and then when i was sixteen i had this great desire to drive on autobahn and she had a great desire to to duesseldorf. So we slam those two things together. And what a lovely place isn't it. It's on the rhine. Maybe is it right on the rhine and ends. Yeah we went to hanover. I guess we went to this little. When i was five it was only went to the international school. There yeah lovely. I'm super fascinated with germans. I probably am more interested in them than any other group of folks because well in a nutshell they're obsessed with poop which i think is funny but the level of cleanliness organization all that stuff. There's something unique about the culture. I was wondering if any of it rubbed off on. You think. So i went to kindergarten. That was like a rudolf steiner kindergarten. Where we live nor hair this like a treat to beat the dust out of the maps that we sat on the floor. And and then i went to school in hanover. You know we moved around a lot but we were amongst ex pack community. You know like at one of our friends. Were you know in the military or whatever we want. My dad's hotel manager. I got questions about that. Don't you worry about hotel jess jeff. I'm going to go right into my grandparents own this very modest roadside motel right in front of the door colonial motoring. I spent summers there. And i used to roam that place and it was such a unique experience like tried to take apart the ice machine just so many memories of being kinda turned loose in a hotel and i wondered. Do you have access to the hotel. Your dad managed. Yeah we did. When we were little we used to ride around in the laundry carts made we'd say metro will the laundry on top of us and we'd get taken down into the big laundry room and and we used to go into rooms off. People checked out and like have a look around featured left anything before halftime and once we found a penknife my brother opened a and i tried to shut it and i shot onto my finger. We weren't allowed to sneeze impose rooms anymore but yeah we kind of had free reign. You know it was. The ac's yeah. I'm going to ask a very morbid question trigger warning my grandmother. My sweet sweet grandma midge found no less than four different dead bodies over their ten year of owning this hotel because unbeknownst to me people go to hotels commit suicide because they don't want to ruin their home. You consider their home. I think they consider the family that they're gonna leave the home behind you. So i guess i'm asking if your dad found any cadavers. In his time. I've never asked him but now i'm gonna call them up and find out he did tell me stories about bug lawry's russia's there was like a cat burglar. When we lived in london and the mayfair he would come in and steal jewelry from the top floor. Like fancy suites exa- gang and then mom and dad. They met working at hotels at accurate. Yeah yeah in the middle east. I can't remember if they were entitled name on but yeah they met in the business okay. So here's something that i find a little bit inconsistent so your father's job where he had the confidence to pick up and move to different countries and be i don't know it seems not very fearful. They had a huge fear outspoken. For your view pursuing acting right. Yeah they did. But i think that's probably more to do with. My dad left the country when he was like sixteen and went to germany and worked his way up from the bow. Sim i mean. He started collecting glasses in a bar and an intercontinental hotel. And then you know. He worked his way up to like running the joint element of them wanting me to kind of have a full acted like those university into last because my brother was that condemning path and they wanted me to have a safety net exit mombasa which i get but at the time it felt like to but they also seem adventurist understand the oh the profession you can start at the bottom work your way up and maybe he wanted that for you but at the same time. There is an element of like romance and adventure to wanna go tank. I mean both of them. My mom came from a tiny town in wales and like yeah ended up working on in the middle east. Yeah i think it was just you know. I wasn't a massive aversion to me doing it. It was just doing it when i was eighteen or younger. They just wanna meet satellite. Have one thing that i could do. That wasn't acting to fall back on e. eggs i yeah. My mother had a similar design. She said i'll pay your rent if you go to college while you're in los angeles trying to be an actor so my fallback plan was. I got a degree in anthropology. And there's less people employed in anthropology then. Yeah i didn't have a full class appropriate medicine else. I could really dot. Which is the thing that i would say to. People like eighteen year olds leaving school right to me and say i walked and my parents don't know you're in they. What would you advise advice. When i have responded as like just if there's literally anything else you could fit you could be good at will be happy doing like do that. Okay interesting so when i read your history one is i know that you went to kenneth braun play and then you wrote him a letter. Yeah wow i was a real geek. Well yeah first of all. I was like I've never written a letter like that where we go for a little bit. And then i guess sir answered and said he said if that's what you wanna do go for it right but then you asked julian fellowes who was lecturing at your school or something and he said do not. Yeah he said have a very good fullback auction but it was him and his wife. You introduced me to the costing director's assistant of pride and prejudice. He will dishing pardon bridges and that was my job. Say they did facilitate me missing the person who ends up giving me my first job so i mean huge amount. But he did. Tell me to marry a banker. When i read the kenneth response i was like. Oh that's nice. I guess that's what i should say. And then when. I read the fellows when i was like well. That's kind of mean but then i'm so delighted to hear that you've taken the fellows approach where you're like. Yeah probably don't do it. I think. I mean i think something else that i could have done. That would have made me happy. I would you know. I just think that the stars aligned for me to be able to get that one job that meant that i got the next one of the next one you know it was just so remarkable and i just i knew so many actors particularly in my twenties that would just incredibly talented and get a job of no money and i just think there is a huge amount. Do not quiet and.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome come up. No armchair expert. I'm dan shepard. I'm joined by monica them. Oust hello there. How are you. I'm good it's rainy here in la and we like it. Well i like it of disorder. Sad but i enjoying at more than normal. Yeah it's nice you know. What else is nice carey mulligan. She is off carey mulligan. She's an kademi award nominated actress and she's talking us. I've fell in love with her in an education. of course she was in the great gatsby. Wildlife shane oh. That's my movie shame. That's my move chambered. She has a great new film out called promising young woman. There's already a ton of buzz. Oh excited to see it. I haven't seen the end. I'm dying to park salons. set a term. Yeah okay. I love you. Please enjoy carey mulligan. We are supported by peacock. Home of comedy. Whatever you're funny. Peacocks got it exclusively stream tons of comedy hits from iconic sitcoms to brand new originals. Bears beats the office on peacock. Catch all two hundred and one episodes of the office right now. Plus string bonus extras and exclusive. Whether you're a superfan or nudist granton. You'll find something you love and if you're looking for something more classic let's say you can stream every episode of parks and recreation two and a half men plus every season of snl in the mood for something brand new checkout peacocks original comedies the amber ruffin show ap bio and saved by the bell which is certified fresh by rotten tomatoes. Don't miss all these hits plus so much more get started for free at peacock. Tv dot com and start streaming.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on 1A
"This is one a. I'm jen white in washington. If we weren't in a pandemic this would be about the time that oscar nominations would be announced we'd be gearing up for a new award season with a new slate of films to catch up on but the oscars have been postponed to late april. And instead of going to movie theaters. We're sitting at home than djing shows like bridgeton. But that doesn't mean movies haven't been coming out through all of this promising young woman soul and the sound of metal or just a few of the film's release straight to streaming that are now awards contenders here to talk through some of those films and this month's pop culture hitless and yes to talk bridgeton to is carolina. Frankie she's the chief tv critic at variety carolina. Great to have you. I thank you for having me. Also with us. John horn he's the host of kpcc's the frame and the unofficial vice president of the won a movie club. J. john are being back for pausing. Your your movie club duties to join us for the hit list again. Happy to be with you and it's vice president. Do i now get to break tie votes now. And also with us jack would goalie. She's the awards editor at rotten tomatoes. Jacqueline welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. And i let john break a tie. That's just me though. But i'm the president so i kid johnny go ahead break the time. So let's start with promising. Young woman actress carey mulligan place. Cassie a woman on a revenge mission after the sexual assault of her best friend. And here's a clip from the trailer. Every week i go to a club. I act by drunk to stanton and every week and nice guy comes over to see if i'm okay so pretty nice guy. Are you connection okay. How old am i one of my hobbies. What's my name. Sorry maybe that wants do hard jecklin on. This movie is hard to describe it. It's a dark comedy thriller romance at times. without spoiling. Can you tell us a little bit more about the film. In what makes it unique. Yeah i mean it says it right there. From the title on carey mulligan plays cassie and she was a medical student. And at the time i guess they were in medical school. Her best friend was assaulted and similar situation. She was you know drunk at a party. And it's one of those situations where when she goes to authorities. No one believes her and the movie. Yes it's about revenge and yes. It has a very dark subplot but also for l. a. folks understand. Killing eve will recognize that she really loves putting very sort of dark themes with i would say like a candy coated sort of outside. And that's really. What i think is the best part of this film. And yes there's a certain aspect of that is revenge but really it's movie about grief and the extent that people will go to to get away from grief and sort of dismiss it when instead of dealing with it and although it is funny and has an incredible soundtrack. An incredible performance by carey mulligan. Also is i think a very poignant story about women in grief and how to move on it's produced by margot robbie and actually we were watching it almost to the day. It premiered this time last year at sundance back when we could all be in a room with other pupil and see movies together so it's kind of a bittersweet moment for me but i'm so glad that folks are able to see it john. What about you. What's your take on the film. I mean i think it's a really interesting film. i mean it. it is looking at. The conceit of the of the of the film is that carey. Mulligan plays a character who pretends to be drunk in bars and guys will unfortunately typically do hit on her and knowing that she's incapacitated take her home and try to have sex with her and she's not drunk at all she's sober so part of it is about how men Take advantage of women who are not sober and that is not something. The this film creates that something that is true and happens repeatedly so it starts from a place of real life and then it goes into you know the starker revenge story but also about empowerment I would say it's not so much a revenge story. Acid is a story about about grief about kind of becoming a whole person Carey mulligan's character is deeply scarred. We don't really know exactly what happens when these these people come to her house Let's just say it's not all good But it isn't really provocative film. And i found it really terrifying and i also thought it made a very good point. You know if you're in a bar and see somebody who is incapacitated help them to take advantage of them. I mean that's something that every kid needs to learn high school college. You name it. These are people who are vulnerable. And they shouldn't be exploited. Got this message from camille in syracuse. A movie i recently watched the impacted me greatly with a woman in pieces on net flex. It was about a woman who gave birth had home birth and lost the baby and it was just such a compelling with really really raw emotion for the first time in a very long time. I found myself unable to take my eyes away from the screen with a lot of superficial. Tv shows. this was something completely different and as a new mother it greatly impacted me and also gave me a deeper understanding of fellow. Moms out there who cope with loss now. Promising young woman was released in theaters and then in a limited way on streaming services weeks later pieces of woman was released straight onto net. Flex jacqueline do those choices affect these movies status as a war contenders at all Typically there has been this perception perhaps in the academy that there is a bias towards streaming giants like netflix. They came up short with roma a few years ago which a lot of folks had pegged it to be their best picture winner. But i think this season in particular.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Yes of course but walsh if a woman in space and they're like no thank you want you to be a woman. Just this is just a weird thing. I think we have like we. Can you stop it. It sounds incredibly childish. When you were on the junket at the movie you are allowed with carey mulligan and all these amazing people but i do think we still have a limited imagination. When it comes to women's stories. I was talking with another podcast guests a couple of weeks ago and he was talking about his admiration for philip seymour hoffman. And how he went against the instinct and that was his philosophy. I feel like a man gets to do that. At least in my experience i get you know serviceable roles expected to have a high level of anxiety. If i'm acting off of a male lead who's casual about whatever we're supposed to be concerned about. So therefore i can't necessarily give a flippant lying delivery or something when my job is to sort of protect a storyline or whatever or to be the vessel for the audience and i love it that promising young women sort of bucks that idea carey. Did you feel that way in terms of freedom with dialogue because there were so many moments. I mean when you say that was a real kick in the i think my favorite line if we're such a great time so we had to take her poll of everyone in the cruise moms and dads because the argument was it was too strong and people wouldn't like it and i was like no. I really think we will get lucky. Editorial assistant off her parents who very sensible and they were like no new absolutely fine. Thank you emily's parents. Yes and thank you for writing such a brilliant line thank you. Hey carey and i want to ask emerald the same thing but because i've never directed i don't know the right questions to ask you emerald so i want to explore that in just a second but carry 'em asking us for very selfish reasons because they want to learn from you but you're pre production process in terms of how you work on a character and then your day to day as you're shooting process. Do you have the script memorize before. Shoot not really it's changed. I guess it's changed since. I still languish wallow in have like months and months of so delightful Stuff and then. I had two kids and then i just felt so tired all time. I just need to survive. I've said to be a lot. More structured about how i approach what. You can't have a delightful six months walking around parks listening to music Imagining your character up. So it's a bit more of a focus and thing and a lot of this was really figuring out. Cassie nina who. She was before all of this. And doing that by looking to emerald and i find more than anything on a film having absolute faith director is just you can kind of. Just throw everything else away. You totally trust your direct. A particular director in the scripts. I feel like that's just the best thing in the world and who is makes you just feel so excited work and that was i had with emerald. I just knew. I could do literally anything on set and she would make sure but it was alright and that was very very freeing so the practice was like i remember saying to emerald.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Happy twenty twenty one dear listeners. Today's guest are mold fennel and carey mulligan. You know emerald from her role as camilla parker bowles in the crown as a writer and producer of killing eve and as the writer producer and director of promising young woman which is now one of my all time favorite movies. I am not exaggerating. Emerald deserves at least one academy award for this film carey. Mulligan is one of my favorite actresses and all watch anything she's in. You probably know her from dr. Shame and the great gatsby. I can honestly say that her portrayal of cassie and promising young woman is one of the most amazing performances. I've ever seen because we talk a lot about the movie in our interview. I'm going to tell you just enough about it to not spoil anything. You really have to see it. Promising young woman is a black comedy thriller directed written and produced by emerald fennell in her feature direct to'real debut. The story follows a woman living a secret double life as she takes revenge against men who have wronged her. The film stars carey mulligan. Bo burnham brie clancy brown jennifer coolidge laverne cox and connie britton. I really can't recommend it enough. After talking with emerald and kerry. I'm joined again by psychotherapist. Bestselling author endear therapist. Podcast host lori gottlieb. Who has some expert advice for our listeners. Thank you all so much for sticking with us through this last year the podcast his really helped me feel connected. And i'm grateful for so many of you reach now if you have a question or a story to share. Please visit our website at unqualified dot com. I really look forward to hearing.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on The Big Picture
"And i feel as old as the hills. Now i know so but he was so tied to tv and to nbc into you know a weekly procedural and covering the contract negotiations you know. He's a tv star and then tried to segue into movies. I would say the first five to ten attempts. Did it go super well. We'll talk about it. We sure well and then kinda reinvents his movie strategy and not just a movie star but you know. It doesn't work for him as batman. But as like music steven soderbergh and the coen brothers. It does work for him to go from super mainstream. Er to like my best friend. Steven soderbergh i mean. It says a lot to what people were willing to to forgive in the nineties memories. Were not as long as they are. Now we didn't have the internet so we were allowed people to change but that was pretty remarkable bomb like three or four times. If you're as charming as george clooney and people had as much of a relationship to what was his name. Dr ross was his dad. Ross doug ross and Doug ross was legitimately great character. You know he was like hangdog a little unlucky in love like little over committed to his patience. You know it was like why is this guy bachelor. He's got a little premature grey going on. He's got this flirtation with juliana margot leased nurse character. There's something going on between them will they. Won't they But he did seem like. Tv started me. I my opinion of him in the nineties was not like this man must be cary grant. Now i've i always liked him. I always felt connected to him. But i wanna think i could have predicted. Specifically the way that he would have used his own taste frankly to elevate himself and maybe we should use that as the entree into talking about it because he's had a few phases right so he's got this ninety nineties phase where he's working it out and he's trying to pick mainstream projects he's trying to figure out. Should i be around khan star. Should i be a superhero. Should i be part of the tarantino revolution. Should i and then he kind of slowly dawns on him. That may be. Oh tours and great filmmakers is really the people who he should be entrusting his movie career into and then kind of lets his persona. Get a little bit more flexible. He gets a little bit goofy in his acting style. He's having a lot more fun. It seems like than when he was in. Say the peacemaker And that's really where he becomes a big star. You know he gets to he helps. Oh tors become mainstream and he helps the the the filmmakers helped him become credible as a movie star and that you know that virtuous cycle basically sets sets the road for him for the next fifteen or twenty years. Where do we find cleaning out like what do you think of him now. As a as a movie star in a famous person still love him. He's he's like the elder statesman and elder statesman of hollywood the elder statesman of movie stars and he does He has been a political activist and kind of work. Especially international human rights has aligned himself and so a statesman a little bit in a in the political sense but like old school. Hollywood liberal left type statesman and he still knows how to give an interview. He still knows that being the movie star is a little bit about showing up and giving people a bit of what they want and in return..
'Promising Young Woman' Movie Review
"That this is this was a very big, controversial movie at Sundance. This this last go around. Starts Carey Mulligan as a former med student, and she has a very particular routine. She will go into a bar act very drunk. Wait for some guy that had taken take her home to his place. And then when he starts doing not my thing, she suddenly she suddenly appears very sober. And he had the jet. The man in question is like very Uh on and she does this Azzawi discovers the movie goes on. There's a reason she does this and it involves something from her past when she was in medical school. Uh, It is very stylishly the director, Um Hamilton l, who is the showrunner for killing heave. This is her first feature film on it is It isn't really well done. It is. It is very, uh, in your face about you know, the issues of Uh, you know, we'll way men act toward women on Carrie Mulligan is just amazing in it. So
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Yeah. The way that that van sort of represents the the sands of the hourglass and that affect on what's happening in those other worlds, and you talked about the. And how important it is. And how he uses it Nolan here in doing my research. I came across a quote from an interview where I think he said he doesn't really ever use lotion and had never really before. And as I read that I thought, well, I can't think of example off the top of my head in other films. He always kind of rejected it in a voided it, and I'm putting this word in his mouth here. But as kind of an aesthetic trick, it was something if it was just purely for aesthetic reasons, he wasn't gonna her, and he found a reason in inception in the van sequence of the way time is rendered across these different layers and in the scene you gave as well. The way time layer the way different rules apply in these different dimensions as you talked about. So we could have gone that route. Instead, they'll just have to be an honorable mention for me. Because instead I'm going for my number one Nicklaus winning ref in the elevator beat down from Dr. And this is one that did not make my list. But I thought about for quiet scenes because there is no dialogue there just. Music here in the sequence. Ryan Gosling Carey mulligan and another guy who in the elevator is giving Gosling the side. I and then we get Gosling looking at him and noticing the gun in his jacket. He knows he's a hitman. He's been sent for him possibly for her as well as soon as the elevator closes, and they get in with this guy. That's when the slow motion starts to two minute sequence of slow goslings character, the driver protecting her reaching back with his hand to slide her over then turns to face her. And we get this really dramatic lighting change that cuts it to a two shot as if they're the only two people maybe not just in the elevator. Josh despite that third guy being there. They might be the only two people in the entire world there at this point in the elevator. And then this along gated kiss in the look that follows it, and it's all incredibly romantic, I really feel that watching the scene originally in the theater and watching the scene again for this list. And there's so much going on in the moment because we know that his feelings for her the feelings he's expressing in this action that kiss are real. And he's expressing them in a way that I believe he's yet to really be able to do, but as authentic as it might be the act itself is kind of an act he's actually buying time. It's giving him the element of surprise. So he knows that he can be the one to attack. I and not only is it his first chance to show his feelings. But it might be his last Josh where does the relationship go. After the woman, you love witnesses you stomp Ammann's Heddon in an elevator. Even if he was going to kill you where does a relationship go after that kind of brutality the sound design here is so important to the scene again as probably the case with all of our slow motion fix the musical choice..
Who Will Be the Next Batman?
"Did turn to the room to help me do research bughouse. Oh, great. And just went just wanna give you some of the names we thought, oh, this is fantastic. Because I feel like I'm coming little bit dry. We don't really care. I think maybe not quite a millennials like. Hi, other superintendent, Batman content. Michael Jordan came up again, Timothy Shalam came up at the decision was that he would make an implausible Batman. But a very interesting, Bruce, Wayne. Okay. Henry golden from crazy rotations who the first two words in that movie title referred, Bruce, Wayne, why not the third one? I really liked was Robert Pattinson because he's turned into a pretty interesting actor of I don't know are we gonna outsource Batman to the Brits Christian bale, did it. But if you wanna go bail patents than I have a suggestion for that. It's James badge Dale, and if you're talking about graduating, someone if you're talking about putting some what no I feel like this guy, speaking of deep state people been pushing James badge Dale on us for years. What your beds is the best movie of two thousand nineteen so far? What what's that the standoff? It's barrow creek starring briar patch co star Brian Guarany, Brian coast are Chris mulkey aware, it's just it's the best movie I've seen so far this year. It's it's fucking amazing. It's an incredible movie. If people have a chance to check that is on I tunes. It is awesome. And Dan bad sale is is really really really good in it. I got two more quickly. Okay. So because I guess this is actually circles back to your point about who's next who stole vailable for franchise. Someone suggested Lucas hedges Ben is Batman. Right. Yeah. Okay. In the one I like most is less. Let's really time that you've the breast ring swollen. No. I think I think I'll know after has had a bigger when eighty swing in public entre snus in last year than Paul Dana. Who was just everyone thought he was just that guy from those run of movies where he was that guy from the sunshine in there will be blood in all of a sudden he's just just diesel in escape at any anymore. Really good. You wildfire wildlife wildlife, Richard Ford, adaptation Carey mulligan. Got a lot of plots for that.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Heliport him Christiane. Welcome to this very special ferry mini interview. Episodes of the empire podcast. Carey mulligan is one of our favorite actors, and she's been storm ended on the big screen ever since she burst through with an education since then she's displayed admirable taste in working with some of the best filmmakers around from the Coen brothers, Tabatha Lerman and has offense to knack for creating memorable flawed characters. Nowhere is that clearer Lennon Paul donnas wildlife which open here on Friday. She came at the pope with recently to have a chat about that movie and more with John Nugent, do please enjoy. So we are throats to have Carrie mulligan on the impetus. How are you? Very well. Thank you. We're about wildlife tastic foam so beautiful and and kind of sad as well. And it's based on the novel by rich foods, and you read the book before I hadn't read actually anything foods. So I read the script, and it was pulled Dana who the film. Yes, he read the book about four years before that and he felt very connected story. So having wanted to direct that was the first thing he wanted to do. And I'm always interested in films based on a book like how much how important is did you refer to the book. When did I mean that was you know, it's always helpful. I think it's always great solicitation this much detail. Out and use. But the great thing about Paul's relationship with Richard food was. You know, the exchange they had the beginning pool. The rights the book essentially released him from being worrying about it is very faithful to the book. But Richard Ford said look, you'll my book, and you'll pictures picture Nisha make film. So we kind of had a sense of freedom around originally, we didn't feel we had we weren't betraying wasn't taking the same as it was in the book. And you you play woman whose marriage is falling apart. But it's more complex than that. And it's kind of surprising. It really wrong-footed me. And a lot of directions that party pill is sort of surprising character. I think you just you Clinton. Don't know what she's going to do. That's my reading is the. Yeah, it seems you know, you meet this sort of classic American family, and you think you kind of have a measure of them, and you know, it seems like a sort of fifties housewives husband, and this sweet son. And then he leaves to go fight husband, leased fighters forest fire, and then she started unraveling you kind of page to pay I know what direction she's going to go. And that was quite exciting to play. Yeah. Because she does she does make some bad choices. But you also sort of see where she's coming from. Yeah. I think so I think you know, she's she's kind of she's spinning out. I mean for a couple of reasons one of them being the husband is left in nineteen sixteen. She's I think she's sort of insightful mode. But I think also like she spent fourteen years being perfect and really putting effort into being perfect wife and a mother, and then he leaves, and I think this sort of this sense of injustice that he can just walk out on that life and she cons. And so I think she goes through this kind of somewhat of an identity crisis a wife. Out of those things. I can't remember if I have a life other. Yeah. So there's a lot of different things going on. She does make a lot of mistakes. And and but I loved kind of like that using someone just fucking everything. You kind of see that women's just see like great saintly useful women doing the right thing. Everyone. Yeah. And it's quite specific to that time period as well. As a time when you know, there was the sort of this feminist awakening almost just coming into that periods. Head of it. But it was you know, the pressure had been building so long. And I think starting to see that crack in women around that time. Yeah. And then you so you have your husband, oxen is your son. So what was the rehearsal process late? Did you get a chance to sort of acclimatize as a family? No, actually, we didn't have classic indie film making the we started in Montana me and Ed with the productions dos in Montana, we show for four days there..
"carey mulligan" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I'd say there you go i came up with a good answer richard or you renting i'm late on me both just watch this netflix bbc co production collateral with carey mulligan from playwright david hare who's a player at i really really admire i am not sure that his kind of storytelling which is very spare and very intense worked all the way through that production which was i wanna say four episodes that right richard i think it sort of loss a threat a little bit at the end but i thought i thought it really compelling in carey mulligan was great she's worked with hair stage swell and so any david hare play i would like to see more filmed attempts of good call guy light is a really good one i got one riffing off of your joke in the heights oh yeah that'd be great they're doing a kennedy center production of in the heights and so like vanessa hudgens is going to be a couple other people will they should put that on tv my contribution to american they probably will all right well i think that does it for this week's episode you can follow us little built men on twitter we are all individually on twitter at rilot mike mike underscore joanna at i didn't watch the perfect yeah and we're obviously all you know writing on dot com and i should mention a little bit of housekeeping we have two new critics joining via family sonia seraya is going to be our tv critic and chaos collins is going to be a joining a film critic and i'm sure that we'll hear their voices on this podcast at some point.
"carey mulligan" Discussed on The Watch
"That the same thing goes for television if you wanted to watch realistic rendering of some of the events that you see in collateral i don't think it would be nearly as exhilarating in fact it would be utterly depressing than boring but what david hare does really well is he knows that what he wants to do is have his action is going to be people talking and this is similar to what's working does somewhere where a lot of great writers who pichai skis it's having two people three people in a room talking what's happening in that room what's the what's the emotional stakes what is the causing affects the brings them into this room that's getting them out of this room the action is largely verbal he has a certain energy to his his writing that i really respond to and even though it is very very i wouldn't say stagey but it is produced the dialogue between carey mulligan's character kip and her partner throughout the first episode is the radha of you know classic bud cop dialogue shot through maybe you know british boarding school but it still has like a nineteen forties nineteen fifties in the war kind of vibe to it that's what i love i love the idea that someone is using dialogue to create an a tone for the show where most people use camera lighting said it yeah never you can you can create an emotional stakes for television show with dialogue and you can decide you know this is very serious stuff we're talking about we're talking about a murderer we're talking about immigration revie refugees we're talking about brexit but you can create the tone of the show with how people talk and you can tell us a lot about these people's worldviews by how they talk wondering if he responded to that at all in show as well i love the you say that because with the show has the grabbed me right away it has energy and it has intention and i think that's crucial to making something that is entertaining energy is right there i mean the direction by s j clarkson is really good the show is about.