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State Sen. Chris Larson, son and daughter test positive for COVID-19
"Wisconsin State Senator Chris Larson says he, his son and daughter have all tested positive for covert 19 Larsen again urging residents to take the pandemic seriously and follow guidelines, he adds. He is only showing minor
4th Night of Protests After Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Charged
"Gathered and protest that again tonight and support of Dante writes a 20 year old black man killed by now former Brooklyn's center Minnesota police officer Achim Potter during a traffic stop. Potter was charged with second degree manslaughter. Or from CBS News is Chris Martinez. 20 year old Wright's death set off protests and unrest in the aftermath of the Sunday shooting in the Minneapolis suburb. It happened just miles from where fired Officer Derek Shobin is being tried for murder in the death of George Floyd. Wednesday night, People held a vigil at the scene of Dante and writes death while protesters also gathered more than 900 miles away in Atlanta. Potter was a 26 year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.
McDonald's to Mandate Anti-Harassment Training Worldwide
"It will be mandatory for all workers at McDonald's to get training to prevent harassment discrimination and violence in the workplace CEO Chris Kim jin ski told the AP McDonald's needs to set expectations and then continually refer to them provide both current employees as well as prospective employees the confidence that when they walk into a McDonald's restaurant they know that they're gonna be protected two million workers at McDonald's will get the training at least fifty workers file charges against the company over the last five years alleging physical and verbal harassment and in some cases retaliation a few bad incidents or a few bad issues can set back the work all the good work that everybody else is doing the problem isn't just in the restaurants McDonald's fired its former CEO Steve Easterbrook in twenty nineteen after he admitted having a relationship with an employee I'm a Donahue
Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk
"There's been another pet food recall, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula Me L mix brand cat food sold at Wal Mart Stores in eight states is being recalled because it might be contaminated with salmonella £30 bags of mail mix original choice. Dry cat food are involved in the recall. They were shipped to 1100 Wal Mart stores in Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming
Suns Get Big Night From Bench, Cruise Past Heat 106-86
"D. Andre eight and led the way with nineteen points and thirteen rebounds as the Suns overcame a thirteen point first quarter deficit to defeat the heat won all six eighty six despite off nights by Devin Booker and Chris Paul for reserve scored in double figures as the bench combined for a season high sixty five points Phoenix has now won ten of their last eleven games including three straight Jimmy Butler led the heat with eighteen points and eight assists towards here Phoenix
White House Addresses Johnson
"Biden officials are bracing for the possibility of a weeks long disruption to the johnson and johnson vaccine supply which comes or could come on the heels of that factory. Mix up the one in baltimore that ruined up to fifteen million doses of the vaccine a couple of weeks ago that said white house cove response coordinator jeff signs said today no matter what happens. Johnson johnson vaccine. The biden vaccine plan remains on track. We believe there's enough vaccination vaccine in the system during adviser for all americans wanna get vaccinated by thirty first to do so not long after he made those comments. Co pfizer piped. Up to save his company can deliver ten percent more pfizer doses than previously agreed to by the end of may which should help make up for the shortfall. Keep in mind. Those extra. ten percent doses are more than johnson. Johnson has been administered altogether. Okay johnson johnson has been a very small sliver of american vaccination thus far the pause on the use of johnson johnson vaccine was technically just a recommendation from those government agencies but most states immediately halted use single-dose vaccine along with major pharmacies. Us military most americans with johnson and johnson shots scheduled in the coming days saw them cancelled rescheduled. Some states quickly switching those people to other available vaccines today. Dr anthony fauci said that anyone who got the johnson johnson vaccine more than two weeks ago should be in the clear so someone who maybe had a month or two ago would say. What does this mean for me. It really doesn't mean anything. You're okay because if you look at the frame the timeframe when this occurs it's pretty tight from a few days six to thirteen days from the time of the vaccination
Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments
"35,000 appointments will be made available for the vaccine at three o'clock today in Cook County for those 16 and over and those appointments are for the mass vaccination cited includes only Fizer and Moderno vaccines. Now the county is halted the use of Johnson and Johnson, while the CDC and the FDA investigate a number of cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. And individuals were reported ABC is Ava Pilgrim. It's really important to note this type of blood clot was seen in combination with low levels of blood platelets, and the treatment of this specific type of blood clot is different from the treatment that might typically be administered. Now, nearly seven million people have gotten the J and J vaccine at this point. Johnson and Johnson responding, saying in a statement. The safety and well being of our people who use our products is our number one priority. At present, no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events and the vaccine. CDC recommends people who have received a James J vaccine and developed severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks of inoculation to contact their health care provider. Meantime, Illinois health officials have halted all use of the J and J vaccines providers or to use Madonna and Fizer. The same goes for Indiana. If you're headed there to try and get a
Phoebe Waller-Bridge Joins New 'Indiana Jones' Movie
"Any engines. Five has hired an actor to join the movie cast. And it's someone. I'm i'm very very excited about it. Is phoebe waller bridge. you're unfamiliar with. She wrote created and starred in fleabag. She also wrote the new james bond movie. That's coming out. And she is going to write and star in the new. Mr and mrs smith with donald glover. She's a she's incredible person. She's going to be joining the cast of indiana jones. Five for obviously. We don't know anything about the roles of the pot or anything like that except that harrison ford will be returning as jones. Because he's i'm indiana
Protests Flare After Police Kill Black Man During a Trafic Stop
"But Chris Foster protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota outside Minneapolis or the police shooting death of a 20 year old black man during a traffic stop. We saw rocks and other objects thrown at the police department. There were reports of shots fired in the area of the police department, State Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington. Police say the suspect had a warrant out for his arrest and was shot getting back in the car to drive off. President Biden meets with members of Congress today from both parties about his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker balked at the price tag on ABC is this week way to have for me, Transportation Secretary P Buddha judge said on Fox News Sunday. We don't have a lot of work to do to persuade the American people that U. S infrastructure needs major improvement. The White House has really state by state numbers outlining the dire shape of roads, bridges, the power grid and affordable housing boxes. Time to J powers. Americans listening to Fox News. Going gorgeous. Yes, Tom. So you deal when
Martinsville Cup Recap
"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on nascar cup series race recap from martinsville speedway which started on saturday under the lights and ended on sunday under the lights after heavy rains. Let's take a look ten to one. Kyle busch somehow kind of top ten with a mangled number eighteen race car. Then got kevin harvick tyler. Radic number eight. Christopher bell joey. Logano kyle larson william byron number four denny. Hamlin led more than half of the race and ends up third. Ouch and in second chase elliott comes up one spot short of the win. So let's head to victory lane. Our martin tricks. Junior has become the seasons. I race winner with twenty nine. Th career win third career martinsville win third of the last four races at this track and now with three grandfather clock trophies in his house. I'm not sure how he's going to get any sleep with that. Other stories on the day ryan blaney won. Both of stages led a ton of laps in this race. Only to get busted for leaving the pillbox equipment. The air hose and the gun. You're not supposed to bring that with you late in the race while running up front about forty three laps to go and a massive talladega like wreck bush. Chris butcher banged fenders took out the likes of kurt. Busch brad keselowski kyle busch cole. Custer alex bowman daniels wars and many others on lap. Three eighty six up next to the cup. Series is yet another short-track richmond. Raceway sunday three pm eastern on fox and martin tricks junior has won two of the last three at this track. Nineteen car again
What if every animal could fly?
"If all animals could fly. Everything lamb can fly so this does include humans. I don't think any of us talked about humans because we really want to focus on the animal bits so he can fly. But we're just not going to talk about. Yeah that's an interesting part. I mean we've probably talked. 'but people find in the past sure i imagine so. Yeah i think we had opposite on actually did we. Actually i couldn't remember. It seems like something we've done but only because just so on brand that it feels like we've done it before. Like ben thought we did a shark question before we did a shark quit rate they feel like i remember making the thumbnail for it and pretty sure we did it. I can picture. The thumbnail may head so theoretically exists somewhere in our back catalogue. It's an early episode. So actually chris. You don't really have to go flat episode because you're going to be the first one answering this question. I am so up so twenty. One by the way found ended for me. Yes so yeah. When i was thinking of this question the first thought that popped in my head was like birds flying into windows lot so like if all animals could fly. This would probably be a problem with other animals as well. Not just birds silent. Look a little more into that. And i didn't want to look at every single animal. I just wanted to focus on one. So i looked at the most populous. Animals and cows are the most populous animal other than humans at one point. Four six billion cows and that after that herb pigs and sheep at one billion each But i just want with cows so what. What if what happens if a cow flies in doing. I imagine it's going to be a lot worse than bird. A bigger splash on. Yeah but before it gets. I went to like look at birds. Like birds fly into windows in general like the statistics behind it so smithsonian researchers studied this in twenty fourteen. They estimated that arranged they ran the give like a pretty big range but They said three hundred sixty five million to one billion birds per year die from Find a window
The mystery of the flute boy bones
"Was originally on display beautiful in the center of the room. When my office is. I remember just being immediately really captivated by what is the story with that skeleton. It was just incredibly irreverend yet. Really surprising to say something with so much huma and whimsical and kind of goes against the grain of what we think about medicine today. I encountered the skeleton as a medical student. Now assisting over sort. Of course it's got to be real big suspicious. It's a fake scott. What otherwise look like a normal foot likely but it is unlikely ending credible story. You're about to hear from a collection that the public can't say it's tucked inside the harry. Brookes allen museum of anatomy used to take generations of medical students at the university of melbourne including this guy at the entrance to that museum. There are a few specimens skeletons and one in particular. Was this little boy sitting on a pedestal with this one leg so in his quite unusual looking arms and hands he's has a flute recorder just held up to his mouth. My name is dr. Chris o'donnell and just has patients who are alive and dead. So i spend about half my time doing radiology of the living butts. My job is as a rail. Just or as. I call myself a nick radiologist looking at right all of the safest at the victorian shooter forensic medicine
NASA Helicopter Set for Historic First Flight on Mars
"Made by NASA. This weekend. For the first time ever, the space agency will attempt to fly an aircraft on another planet. CBS is Chris Martinez explains what a successful flight of the Mars helicopter could mean for the future of space exploration. On the first flight. NASA aims to hover the aircraft 10 FT. Above the ground for 30 seconds with each flight after that lasting a bit longer. Ingenuity will carry a bit of our history along for the ride a small piece of fabric from the original Wright Brothers plane, a token of good luck for an aircraft that could forever change how we explore other worlds, and NASA is hoping to attempt the first flight of the Mars helicopter. Sometime tomorrow. 8
Beyond Pandemic’s Upheaval, a Racial Wealth Gap Endures
"It's a 10 corporations across the country say they're making big investments in diversity, equity and inclusion. But are they really Bank of America launched a $1 Billion.4 Year campaign in 2020 on this week's edition of of Colors, a dialogue on race in America, with Chris Korn and JJ Green, Ebony Thomas, the racial Equity and economic Opportunity Initiatives executive at Bank of America, explained what it's all about on the podcast. We made this commitment back in June of 2020. And I think this commitment really enforces the connection we have to our community the importance of this in our community and what we know for generations is that Simen Systemic racism has created a racial wealth gap in America, and one of the elements of this billion dollar, commitment or billion dollar plus commitment is it's just support those communities of color and to close that help support to close that. Racial wealth gap. Today. White family has eight times the wealth of black families and five times out of Hispanic Latino families. And so we want to make sure that we are doing work in the space around entrepreneurship and innovation, housing, small business and quite honestly health to be able to support and close that wealth gap. If there were no pandemic, would we still be doing something like this? I think that the pandemic has definitely laid bare for us. The equities that we see particularly Communities of color around health. And so you know, I think this is a place that we we've had some work in that we've done some some elements of health. But the way that we've doubled down in health is really definitely connected to our response and wanting to support these
Amazon Beats Back Union Effort in Alabama
"The queen. Workers at a giant Amazon warehouse in the south have rejected a bid to unionize. CBS is Jim Chris Sula. The national labor relations Sports is 1800 workers at Amazon's facility and best Summer Alabama near Birmingham voted against a union with nearly 740 voting in favor. 55% of the workers at the warehouse cast ballots in the biggest union pushing Amazons 26 year
Medical Examiner To Testify About George Floyd's Death
"Are testifying today in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin, who's charged in George Floyd's death after video show Children kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes during an arrest. Dr Lindsay Thomas, a former Hennepin County medical examiner. Wait in employees cause of death. This is a death were both the hurt and lungs stopped working, and the point is that it's due to law enforcement, subdural restraint and compression. The defense argues that Floyd's drug use may have led to his death. Chauvet is charged with 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Texas business will
T.C. Williams High School renamed Alexandria City High School
"The Titans but forget their old school name. The school board in Alexandria also voted last night to change the name of T. C. Williams to simply Alexandria City High School, scrubbing the name of a longtime segregationist superintendent from the school that was best known for its true story of a desegregated football team winning the State Championship. An elementary school, named after a Confederate naval officer was also renamed this time after a beloved teacher, Nye Omi, Brooks. She died last year. Just his
Associate of Matt Gaetz expected to plead guilty, lawyers say
"Today was a bad day in the life of florida. Republican congressman matt gates. And it has everything to do with. This guy might recognize him. his name is joel greenberg. We've kind of just met him in the media at least he is the former seminole county tax collector in florida. One of the reasons he no longer holds that position is because he was indicted and later charged with a slew of counts tied to stalking illegally obtaining personal information identity theft wire fraud and sex trafficking of seventeen year old girl and it was that sex trafficking investigation into job greenberg as nbc news in other outset reported that led to the separate justice department investigation of congressman matt gates for possible sex trafficking of seventeen year old. Today in orlando florida. There was a status conference and greenberg's case where his lawyers as well as prosecutors said the greenberg who had previously pleaded. Not guilty is now expected to plead guilty. According to the new york times greenberg is likely to face. Twelve years in prison and legal experts. Said that mr greenberg had any hope of reducing that sentence you would have to cooperate with the justice department. It is not for certain he's going to play and cooperate but it does well. That could be extremely bad. News for one matt gaetz. Here's joe greenberg's lawyer. Today does mccain's have anything to worry about. Does matt gaetz. That is such a What happened court have. And you're asking me to get into the mind of bolt from your mind for my based on what your plant based on. What much package. Because he kept on talking. These question asked not to say I'm sure back. Not bloomberg com
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"If i've been successful on all. Because i have lost touch with a couple of the kids but i know i know it was successful dan. That's for sure and rupert. I think he's a pretty down to earth guy. But i haven't spoken while felton. Have his heart in the right place. I mean dan is the sweetest guy in the world. I was talking to tom felton last week and they said they had to do some charity thing for him and he's like it was tough when you left. I think dan was hit hardest by you know and i never knew that it just kind of broke my heart because i didn't really keep in close touch with you. Know they were in england. And at an i was off doing something else and it happens all the time with actors you just like but i. I really felt badly about that. So i do hope when all this is over dan and i can sit down and just hang out for a bit of love that yeah you do. It is a very You set up camp and you work on something and it's very intense and you're around each other a lot all the time and then you move on and you said that i mean there must be there so many It's so what's the right word transitory. I don't know it's never really can settle for too long. And i think that's just part of the weird nature of this this business. I'm sure it didn't even occur to you. It's like oh yeah now. I gotta go work on this other thing and before consumed by that. Yeah i think it's a It's particularly tough on kids. Which i didn't realize at the time i had kids of my own at the time. I have four kids. But i was still i was probably. I was obsessed with my kids. You know but. I still wanted to be a father figure to these other kids. But i didn't realize until that. Until i guess i'd known over the years because when we wrap christmas chronicles to the young talented actor. Young guy name jazirah bruno. He was the last day of shooting and he was in a lot of our movie and he came up to me and he was saab and then realized how much he absorbed being set and how it was like his family. Now again it does take me back to those days that last time i said goodbye to the kids on the at azkaban said i think they were week away from finishing i was you know it was hard. It was tough. But i gotta take that into consideration whenever i work with kids again but they are going to be more emotionally connected and i will be because i have forty other things to think about. And now we briefly pause to think of sponsor for this segment of the podcast. Worby parker which i am very excited about. I have some more parker glasses. And i had warned them into the ground. Because i do not take care of my classes. I'll just chuck them in the bag in a backpack without any case or anything and You know and so. I need to do so. I did the home triumph thing which is super super. Simple it look. I need multiple pairs of glasses to put in different rooms at that point in my life. Now when i don't on my context on. I'm not i don't feel like i'm ready to jump to the chain around the neck yet but i am at the age where i will put glasses every room so that when i don't have my context and i can just pick up a pair of glasses if i need to read anything and worby parker is great anything that you need for vision care. Eyeglasses sunglasses eye exams. Contact lenses glasses. Started ninety five bucks including prescription lenses sunglasses. Progressives blue light lenses are also available ended super super easy..
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Did bicentennial man again bicentennial whatever reason again at probably i can tell you why bicentennial mad wasn't wasn't a great movie because i have no concept of the future. That's my weakness if you told me in nineteen ninety that i'd be sitting here in two thousand and twenty and we didn't have time travel or flying cars. I would've said you insane. All of those things. What we have is retro style. Baseball stadiums look like they were built in the forties. So nothing's changed. Everything's changed so the the things that have changed. And i guess the closest to the future is what we're going through now which some version of the apocalypse but those are the only futures that work for me and science fiction are the really dreary dr apocalyptic futures. I could some flying cars and crazy nonsensical stuff and by anyone. I think it looks era. Yeah but you still have to know like you know the flexibility that you have with each project because you know like home alone. You're directing child and so you have to direct the performance in a different way as someone like robin williams who you also wisely new. We gotta let them do what he's gonna do because he's the best at it and you figured out how to how to work that way they just. It feels like there's not like one type of thing. It seems to me and especially like with kurt russell who goes and writes a two hundred page. Dissertation on the backstory of chris kringle. It seems like you're really good at adapting to whatever the situation needs. Do you see yourself that way. Oh god yeah you have to be incredibly adaptable as a director. I think any any director worth their way and all is really truly going to have to be adaptable. Because you don't know what kind of actor you're gonna get with mcclay. He hadn't been camera for a long time so i had to basically act with him off. Camera feed him wines. Do that with robin williams. We made a deal. He'll do two or three script attacks. Then he likes to play. At so in mrs doubtfire he would go sometimes for twenty two takes and you started with kind of the pg version you got into the our version and then we got into the nc. Seventeen version. I take twenty one twenty two so that rotten. You're he stood with robin with somebody. Like susan serandon. She just wanted you know. She doesn't eat a lot of direct direction. She's brilliant but she just wanted. Some slight guidance have reactor is different. And i think even dan radcliffe may admit that the potter potter films. You none of those kids. Dan done david copperfield. But no one else ever in the nfl four minutes and so none of those kids were on a set of the first couple of weeks there. Just dan happy just to be dressed in these characters. And they're like they can't believe their louis says so one kid would saline and look into the camera. One kid would do something just like taking it all in so we shot the first moment four cameras because we never knew when somebody was going to break you and then as the series went on by the time we got to the middle of part to all those kids were good actors so they were really good and so by the time. I handed them off to alphonso. He had some damn good actors working with him..
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I love it. What are you now that you're done with chronicles to are you. Years ago when we met at the den radcliffe in you like space. Gremlin three is that. Is that something you go back and work on every once in a while. Are you allowed to say where you're at with that or you've done with it what's happening. There's a script so we're just scr warner has the script a and we're just waiting to see. I don't know if there's some legal thing and we're just waiting waiting for some answers from within the studio. Not whether or not they're gonna make it but how they're working on deals. You know these deals that are thirty plus years old. So that's it's really lawyers and agents and stuff so we'll see. Are you still excited about it. I am. I don't know if i want to direct it but i certainly maybe they'll hopefully joe directed but i i think it's it's twisted and darken. Wild is the first one i i wrote. I mean stephen texted me after. Read it and said. I gotta tell you this i. This is how i felt after. I read the first round lines so he loved it. So we'll see that's so interesting. I mean i think i think we all have this kind of distorted. Linear idea my On our minds of like once you hit a certain level you're able to do x y and z and get easier. And i feel like i don't know maybe something get easier but i mean literally made some of the biggest films in the history of film and it's still sounds like. Oh yeah it's still not always easy to get stuff made or just manifest something even if you're really passionate about it now it never gets easier. I mean i mean it's easy easy being. They always kind of people. Want you to work within your wheelhouse sort of which i get. I didn't get probably fifteen ten fifteen years ago back then tried different. I've got to try a adults really serious drama. That's gotta do that. But then as the years go by and as you said the generational thing happens and what's fascinating about that to me. Is that the first wave of kids who grew up on on the movies. That was writing. Who are now older. That's what they wanna talk about. They want to talk about those eighties movies that i wrote. Then there's the home along death fire generation and that's a whole different generation. And that's what they want to talk about. And then there's the potter generation and now there's the chronicles generation and as that's almost four generations of different kids. Who want who who's childhoods. You've touched in some way in a good way and that that's a great feeling. But what i'm saying is i've come to terms with the fact that those are the best movies i can make. They all have something in common. Even if their fantasies are comedies. And for me to try to. I don't need to. I just don't feel any need right now in my career to go off and proved to somebody that i can make the deer hunter i. It's not. I don't think it's going to happen. I don't. I don't certainly don't unless i read. Someone sends me a script. I'm willing to do that. I have this..
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Two hundred sixty day scheduled back. The backside and i was ready to walk away. I said why. Don't you do the third. And i'm like i've done it. I've done it. let's do something else. So that's the excitement for me doing something new and creating ask so because then you can get a little lazy. If you're just doing it i think if you're doing it over and over again what's really. Yeah because you have to live with it. It's not like. I mean. I often think it's it's you know we really elevate and celebrate actors and rightfully so. There are some really amazing actors but their performances is there they have the right person has to edit them. The right has the direct them. The right person has to light them. Do their make. You know there are so many. There's so many elements that that really have to come together but you live with all of it from start to beyond the finish of it. You know like you have to have ten different jobs. Basically and is is that part of it like is there is there. What part do you love. And what part is not your favorite about the process I.
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I need you to move from here to here over over here and sit on the chair and pick this out an actor. Certainly not kurt russell. But other actors. I've worked with said i'm not gonna do that and then you're like okay. There goes my plan but first of all. How do i talk them into it. How do i sweet talk them into maybe doing it. And then that doesn't work sometimes and then you just you just. Have you almost like a therapist. Sometimes with actors you just have to figure out a way to get your vision and make them happy as well. So that's that's the big wrench that can be thrown into your day. Orphan actors unprepared. They don't know their lines. That's another tough one is there. Is there any kind of difference that you've noticed because you said you. Would you know when you first started. You came a movie that didn't really work and is there a difference to you in the feeling when you're making something of when things work and when they don't or is it just kind of a surprise it just sort of a surprise like you come up that last movie and go. Oh well. I don't know i didn't really feel strongly about. I thought it was great and it didn't work. I mean like do do you know is there. Is there like an internal barometer. Yeah there was a movie. I made you know when it's working. You don't know how it's going to do but you know if it's working you know. I did a film version of rent and i knew it was working. I knew we were capturing lightning in a bottle every day but didn't do well at the box office so that i knew was working but it didn't work for the audience for whatever reason but i did a film. I'm not gonna mention which one that was. Shooting i knew was in week two. I was like this is a disaster. A total and utter disaster and by. That's by the time we were editing. Still news not working. It's getting a little better but we're never going to fix it. And then we take it into a preview situation and it does not do well preview and then we take it to another preview but at that point i knew it's this is it is as good as it's going to get so during that preview as opposed to being a sponsor director. This is years ago. I decided to go. It was in a multiplex i laugh. I come watch louis anymore. And i went into another theater and watch whatever they were playing so you do know you do now. And i haven't had that situation happening over twenty five twenty some years but i am also convinced me you have to be working on some. You have to be so committed so passionate about the project you can never ever think you're going to have an easy day. You just have to be you have to hit the ground running. But it's such a to me. It just feels like such a strange emotional roller coaster because the television can take a long time.
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"He's always photographed on the streets of aspen with his grandkids. Or goldie or something. But he's not he doesn't put up with that stuff likely well. Let's talk about you. A little bit. Chris columbus because first of all if people haven't seen the the netflix series. Where is it. Is it the movies that made us the home alone. One is like it's fucking mind blowing it also. I'm so glad it got made because that whole series again is just so illuminating. Like it's fucking hard to make a movie and it's hard to make a good movie because it just feels like in every instance everything is out to wreck the ship as you're trying to pilot up against a current Somehow through you know experience wisdom. And i think some. I don't know elven magic. It cut things come together in a magical way right. did you ever were. You ever emotionally prepared when you first started out. I think he went to tisch. Yeah did you have any idea that making a film was more like. Oh i wanna make a movie. I you know. Hopefully it'll be good like oh there's so much involved it's not the art of it but the business of mid and the politics of it and the you know like being kind of a ship's captain What was the experience like when you first started writing directing. Well i mean. I knew that the only i was told by my agent that the only way ever gonna direct is if you write and get a couple of movies made and hopefully one or two of the most successful so that was the goal is to become a writer. I so i was going to a movie with. Paul newman wants and he said to me. kid your. This business is fifty percent talent and fifty percent lock. And i really have learned over the years. I mean the the home alone store is the perfect case of luck. You know i had to drop out because a chevy chase being such a dick out of Christmas called christmas christmas vacation. Yeah yeah. And i even shot second unit and i had to call john. Hewson say. I can't do this when i had everything to lose. I just come off a picture..
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"We built the biggest set i've ever been on for santa's village and we just treated with the utmost respect and it you know i think it shows. It's a big big action adventure fantasy film. it's just It's i'm so proud of her. You know it's never fit i. I'm never supplies. When i hear that super successful people just put in a lot of extra work so we would say like two hundred pages. Okay yeah i get yeah. It's not like success is not an accident you know like there are parts of it is just all those things that people never see or even think about and i think that's really kind of the The artists making all the work disappear and even though he may never say in the film. This is the. here's the two hundred page. It's he knows that in his mind in that direction informs performance. And you would think a guy like kurt russell. Look if you just wanted to show up. He'd probably be fine. You know what i mean. He product to a great job of like. What are we doing. okay. I'll stand over there he's booking kurt russell. He'd probably do a great job but it just is so much more endearing to hear that he put that much effort into it. I mean he's he's has said. I think publicly that he wants to play this role for the rest of his life. Now imagine that someone asked him. I think it was earlier this week in an interview. Why why did you choose now. And he said. I'm finally old enough to play the character but he he's been obsessed with it and it's an shows i mean for me as a director makes my job particularly easy. Because he's prepared in a deep way you know he'll get pissed off if you is. He gets pissed off people. Don't take this santa claus thing seriously and quite frankly santa claus has always been kind of treated kind of silly way in film and tv forever and ever and ever. Maybe there's only a couple of great santa claus performances. But i don't think any of them stand up to kerr. It's pretty remarkable when you think about the like this stratified layers of his career going back to the disney films of the sixties. Like you know computer or tennis. Shoes are strongest man in the world or any of those and you think like oh he was a he was basically like a disney teen heartthrob guy and just each decade..
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Sound mixing recording the orchestra in london via zoom in separate rooms for each piece dark color timing. That built a tenth for collar timing. It was why but we got the whole thing done and accomplish and nothing changed the movies at the exact same level. It would have been. If i had to drive into. Ali would everyday i mean i do. I have to say that. I've been very encouraged as my weipa shooting a movie in new mexico and the level of Safety has been very reassuring. They test everyone every day. Everyone's been negative every day and it's been really like comforting to go okay. It we do adapt. It is possible. If everyone's following protocols ever Everywhere master very strict rules right and And i go back to shoot a show in december and it's the same thing where it's just like super strict rule in. It's like okay. I'm glad that people are able to like that. Were able to work in these environments and we've are finding ways to do it as safely as possible during the most surreal time line. What fucking time are we in. We're in we're in. We're in the time line. And i'm not the first person to say this. But i do believe we're the time line where biff snuck himself sports almanac and fuck strain. Is i you know i. I don't struggle personally with depression but you know it is a depressing time. Well i think the trick is to it. It's because because we're stuck there's just not. We're not as distracted as we normally would be in so you know you're just sitting home with nothing to do and maybe it's just like reading too much news or watching too much this or just ended at the same time knowing like i mean i technically can leave the house but i can't at the right so it is it. Is this like realization. I think what it really has done is to kind of shattered illusions like the safety bubbles that we we just assumed like that. Everything was in place but i do. I am seeing a light at the end of the tunnel. I do feel like you know. Things will normalize. But i am. I'm just very encouraged that we have adapted in so many ways obviously not. It's not like it's been fun. But the upside of like well. I've gotten to spend so much more time with my wife. I've gotten to really think about what. I you know things that i wanna do and learn things. And so it's i've i've just been trying to make the most of it but it sounds like that. The point that you are ad in the movie was sort of the perfect time for you. Just be fully engrossed in that. It was it was and we did deliriously happy last night. Because we have a our premier. They set up a drive in on the roof of the grove in hollywood. And oh yeah yeah the top of that. Yeah yeah yeah so. That was great great to get out. How was it fantastic. Now people talk their horns if there instead of laughing so we had a lot of horn honking knew.
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Relapse back to face to these fares have closed down if anyone would like to check out her creations. Please check out their facebook page. Pause and reflect or the webpage paws pause and reflect ct dot com. Imagine the is for connecticut. Because i know my state abbreviations r. Right thank you. For sharing gregory and then excellent work really excellent work on making these these cool candles and donating to charities nicely done especially for the holidays and what better person to have on the podcast for the how right before the holidays then a person who has directed so many amazing i mean probably one of the most treasured holiday films home alone chris. Columbus is the best dude. I mean first of all he wrote gremlins and goonies and he also directed. I mean he's done a lot of stuff. I'm just giving some. I'm giving you some of the highlights and also directed home alone. Mrs doubtfire adventures in babysitting. Which is a rad movie. If i gotta watch that again. I'm gonna watch that again over the holidays it's been. It's been a minute since. I've seen it but i love that movie and also i think the first two harry potter films. He directed Also he has coming out the christmas chronicles to were kurt. Russell santa. he produced the first one on netflix. And then the second one just came out christmas chronicles to with kurt goldie and he directed that and i i mean look you know i think his movies have so much heart and he's so good at making movies with heart because he himself has so much heart. We met in twenty fifteen. I got this email one day. That said hey. Would you like to present daniel radcliffe with his star on the hollywood walk of fame. He's asking if you wanna do it. And i was like yeah. Yeah you know. I want to do that. How could you. Of course you know. I want to do that. You don't even a question yes Dan is also an exceptionally nice fellow. And and so i did. I went and presented. The star. And chris was also there spoke spoke for dan and the presentation. And and you know. I was just kind of fanning out over chris and his movies and i was really kinda leaning into gremlins as well and he said. Oh you know..
"chris" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
"Number one climate change number two bad coffee. Because I'm a traveling musician. Routine is precious to me. That the The coffee is a harbinger of the quality of day. That I am to have number three something happening to Kyle Clare. Or my immediate family area Number four sitting down on a plane flight home and listen to the show going Oud. You know what you were outside of what you really are good at the like. Maybe maybe maybe that's in someone else's wheel ass try and make sure that the content that I'm directly responsible for comes from you know a specific skill set that. I'm that I'm confident. In like for instance. I'm not terribly funny. I'm I'm I'm like medium medium funny if that medium minus funny but I think it's important that there be funny on our show and and I think it's important that that funny come from someone is not number five premature physical deterioration as it pertains to playing and singing. I I think the only thing that would prevent me from making music but it would just be in an actual coma and so then the nice thing about that is that. I don't think I'd be worried about much number. Six bad food number seven. There is a fear of missing out on my little boy's life as a result of my profession. A lot of my fears stem from things that are beyond my control and ultimately I feel like that is in my control if that happens. It's my own damn fault number eight sitting next to people who want to talk on airplanes number nine mispronouncing things on live from here. What I hate that feeling and so there's always there's always a moment like I don't know maybe five seconds before the red light actually comes on and this little clock is ticking. Down to zero this little chime that that signifies of where we are now in the presence of many many many sets of years that I can't see there's this moment of panic right there and then the red light comes on you feel all these people in the room and it and it all vanishes and then you just sort of floating in mid air. And then it's done number ten improperly stored sweet vermouth. Some people may be like straighten other people's pictures. I just sort of sneak over. Moved back into their refrigerators for them. It's wine so it needs to be refrigerated or else at routes name. Is Chris Daly Amis or ten things that scare me Chris is a traveling musician and the host of live from here from Minnesota public radio. He told us his son. Cao is named after Calvin from the comic Strip Calvin and hops. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel game at Odilia Ruben. Sarah Sampack Emily Boutin and Polish Shuman music and sound designed by Isaac. Jones scares me any day. Now I'm GonNa find out that there's like a fifty year old version of being picked last for the kickball team. What are you scared of? Tell us at ten things. Podcasts dot org but maybe you would like mixed drinks if if people were you know almost every Martini or Manhattan or new grown or like all these classics that require Vermouth has been made with rotten from. It's a terrible.
"chris" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"What are you doing. I'm I'm on a podcast. You WanNa talk about your Calamar thing here put on speaker state your fucking claim okay. So my claim is that you can't slam a guy for the way he eats. Call Amari first of all. You're wrong you're wrong. Go ahead you just incorrect. Because because because first of all you your claim is that somebody each column Ori- should know how they like to eat. Calamari should know that they like to eat it in with the sauce. And that's bullshit no us to eat Calamari with sauce and without sauce. Yeah I know but each column are you eat. You should know how much you want it for that Calamari. No no no no no. That's where you're wrong. No you're you're each one. You eat if you like it with sauce or without sauce you should be able to decide okay whether it has sauce or not. I like them both off. That's crazy dude. No not crazy. You're crazy by thinking. There has to be consistency in the way you eat something but but it Tuck race you if you have listen if you have a so. Here's what happened. You had the fucking call Amari to who customers on the thing. You poked one good good through and then you poked another one and it was dangling off okay and I knew it was going to fall off in the sauce and you fucking it fell off in the sauce. And then you eight the one with half the sauce on it and then you just dip your fork and got the other one put it in in your mouth and you like both of those the same amount of ways. Yes No. You're lying yes no no okay. So then you don't care you don't allow for the for the fact that someone like both versions of that you don't allow that okay. Okay so if you were going to order Calamari all right. If you're gonNA order all right so okay okay. Okay so if you're gonNA order it and they said Okay but just so you know. We ran out of sauce. You'd still get the call Amari. Yes okay what if they said okay just so you know just so you know how but we dropped them all in the sauce and we basically have played played a color Mari. But it's all got sauce all over it. You'd you'd you'd say yes to that too. No I would not be there. You go so you like one way better curry because I like to eat some with the sauce and some without the sauce and I don't enjoy it as much if it was all sauce. Toss okay so so. You're saying that because you dropped it in the sauce. It doesn't matter that much but you still to like it that way right and and see. That's the kind of thing righteous at a guy like that you can trust less than a guy who knows how he likes his call Amari Mari. That's what I'm saying. So you're saying that because I eat Calamari that way you like me less. No I don't like you but it's like you're the guy in the movie that like double crosses someone you know you are in that guy but if you were in a book your character was in a book and like they were like he was eating Calamar in one dropped off in the sauce and he's still eighty eight the one without the sauce. You and then that guy went on in pay like six hundred seven hundred and he like fucking took the the hero of the of the story for a ride and was like a Dick about it. You'd be like okay. Okay Okay I get it. The foreshadowing was the fucking calamar eating bottom line bottom line. Yeah I accept your apology. There's no fucking apology dude. You're the guy I told you this. But you're the guy who gets the fucking truck with a flatbed and they get to the top over it because he doesn't know how he wants his fucking truck. I'll kiss you wherever though. Yeah my son and I looked you. And that's where Iraq kiss you on the face every fucking time. It's in my eyes. It's in my eye but whatever it's too high mom knows it's not in your eye you you you make. I bet you're I but it's on your cheek. Whatever man you know where you WANNA kiss book in? And that's the I you should know how to have your Lamari. Hi you'll hear from my attorney in the morning all right. I'll talk to you later. You surround number all right you guys there you have it. He wanted to call them in status claim. And that's what's up with the Calamari Shit and that's it we're done and and on that download download the cash app for free on the APP store or Google play market texts me eight one eight two three nine seventy eighty seven You can text me and I try to respond to as many people as I can get so many tax but hit me up. Subscribe to the Youtube Channel. Subscribe Rate Review The show on itunes. That really helps. Thank you very much. Come see me now. Come see me in El Paso and Houston and Chicago and Peoria and.
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I am. You may help divert, where would have been helpful for you. If someone stepped in and said, Chris, yeah. This is a bad path. I'm gonna need you to not do this. Maybe you listened, maybe wouldn't. But at least that, at least that fork in the road was created in that's what you do for people. I hope so who will go, you know. Oh my God. I think I may have lost everything. Yeah. You know something that, right? You know it wasn't my fault and I don't know what to do. And, you know, there's hope Catan right through, it was a physical physical comedian was all about how he appeared, right? It was all about appearance. Yeah. Beyond on signer lives did it make you a more open person. More open to sharing your life, your experiences. Like as they happen rather than being the opposite of what you said, you're was, especially when, you know, it's okay to, to tell the truth. You know, tell the truth and ask for help. Yeah. It's for help. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there are I mean, you know, in the book, I talk about it to this, some relationships, where Di had to be dascomb, like, you know, my girlfriend debate me, you know, and it was so humiliating, just so it's so debilitation is so humiliating. It's really what you don't think you have help. Right. But that was my fault, you know, because I didn't let everyone now you know, I don't know if it would have been different. I probably have been very different, but I just didn't want people to narrow, you know, because they wanna be taking want anybody's help. I was just like no no I'm fine. I was that. No, no. I'm fine guy, right? Yeah. Like, oh, no, don't worry about me. I'll be alright. That kind of person, which is not it's hard to. Be that person that asks for help, would you be you able to not be yourself up about choices that you made before anymore. Or are you able? Now I am good. Because I'm sure you know, like it takes a long time to learn how to be a treat yourself. Well, you know, mentally and physically, you know it has, you know not beat yourself up about right batch way or right? You know, making mistakes or you know, all that stuff, you know, did you in your mind when you're lying in bed for all those months? What if you and your sort of replaying the regrets in your head? What are you saying yourself, like I should have XYZ? I should have just taken more time off. I should have done this. I should have done that. I don't know. I wonder if I, I should have just been more. Well, no, I should've I should've just said, hey. I should've just been more open about it on when it happened on that smell. I think you know, I should have just been more. You know, I really messed up my I should've I should've called sag. It's what I should have done. That's what I should have done. But now I should've called three national, but. Raptor, at the site. I broke my neck. Now, I did bring mega done that. But you just didn't want to know I was like, well, I had to tell the producers of us are I told, you know, I told. Yeah. I told him and I said that this happened and they said they'll take care of it. And I thought that was enough. You know, and they had the you know, they take care of it. Right. So I thought that was fine. I really didn't want anyone to know I just like. Not that you would feel judgment from, I can't explain it, even though, like everyone's at the close friend and the cast and the writers were friends, you would still feel just I mean, at least I would still feel judge, you know..
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I was. Heading in that direction. I hit the pylons now you're on Ambien, did you know, you were about to drive or did you, did you say, okay? It was it was a bootie call. Okay. And, and the woman someone said, come over already on. Heavier what we up as like. Hey, do you wanna come over, and she said, I'm really tired? She's like, well, you come over here. If you want anything, I'm like, well. Really? I mean it wasn't just was this pre Uber. Yes. Okay. Jeffrey pre. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. For sure. For. Story. Oh, yeah. Of course. Yeah, but, but when I had the accident, there happened to be a police card just down the way on the freeway, and they pulled somebody over. So I ran over for my car to the policeman. And I said, hey, I just gonna car accident. And then he was like, wow. It looks like, but I was never pulled over. Oh, this is a weird. Yeah. I actually volunteered my accident and said, hey, I just had an accident. Wait a minute. And then one of the cops pulled out a his iphone started filming me while the other cop was making me do the line. So then they sold that to TMZ, which is nice so be aware that the policeman do like to fill me. Oh, gosh. It's so crazy now until on top of that, now, you'll probably dealing with a certain amount of public shaming. Exactly. That is. Yeah. And yet it nobody knew about the surgeries yet that time. Did you feel like saying, like I should I should tell the story now? Well, yeah, and of course. Yeah. Well, that was previous even beginning to think of writing a book to, which is what maybe one of the book gets enough. I really have to tell people right what's going on. And I don't ever want a situation like that, where they don't know. You know, like you know that why are you on you know, and if someone were to find out why on pain meds after, you know, you're in the hospital, you may wanna tell them that you had surgery because people will just assume the shitty. I reason about you. I'll he was on the show, and then he wasn't on the show. And so he got addicted. It's like hey it's not that's not the that's not. Is not the narrative and that's that's really why everyone should write a book. Well, everyone has a everyone has a story and also the book did you I did write a book? Eight years ago. What was what was your? What was it, you really wanted to let people know, I wanted to let people know because, you know, it was I decided like rather than just writing a biography that it would sort of be an autobiographical self-help book. Like, here's what here, you know, like I kind of pulled myself out of an addiction swamp. Always see you did right about here. Okay. You're things that idea here things that I learned about how, like if you have an obsessive kind of nerdy, brain and you're able to hyper focus on stuff, as nerds or addicts or to do here's how you can sort of refocus that in constructive ways, or at least this is what I did not saying everything's gonna work for you. But it is because I think, you know, because being connected to other people, I think, is a large part of what humanity is about laying the purpose of life is life. I think. Yeah. And sharing experiences. And if you, you know, if you go through things or you make mistakes or you learn from stuff or you go through stuff, you know, that X number of people are also going through that or worse. And so it is that sort of, like. The best you can do not only to make it worth it for yourself, but worth it in the sort of universal senses like you know, you write this book, you tell your story any percentage of people who read this book, we'll go. Oh my God. I am. You may help divert, where would have been helpful for you. If someone stepped in and said, Chris, yeah. This is a bad path. I'm gonna need you to not do this. Maybe you listened, maybe wouldn't. But at least that, at least that fork in the road was created in that's what you do for people. I hope so who will.
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"So it helps helping you justify the pattern. Yeah. Yeah, it does. Yeah. And it makes you never makes you not break out of the pattern, obviously makes you stay in the pattern and. And it's, it's a very sick place. Obviously, you know, because you can just end up there for the rest of your life, you know. And I saw that with my dad to bed he was very I he wasn't. I don't think he had a problem with pills, but he had he really bought bought into ailments, you know, he would love any reason to go to the doctor, you know, and just love the fact that he had something to bitch about, and for other people to give him sympathy about, you know, and I'm so not I just never wanted to be that person. And when I got to be more that person be that be that person because it was really happening because there's really having these surgeries. It was just it was really. I just I gave up you know, I really gave up. I was just like that's it were you able to start. I'm going to be an example. I'm going to be like something referred to, as like that's really so sad about Chris, like too bad about Catan like oh, that's so tragic, you know. And you and you were you were kind of helping to buy into that. Exactly. Yeah. Well, yeah, because it was up to me to stop it. And I did I stopped being an addict, and I and I and I you know, went to rehab and I realized, you know, all the other the great wonderful things in life that you that you that keep you keep you sober, you know, and, you know, from every day, every day, every day day today, and, and, but it's hard as you know, to, to get out of that, you know, of course, because it's horrible hard to see it was a pattern, and then and especially when you have a physical ailment that, that needs, that, that's really hard, you know, because it wasn't recreational for me, right? It was like it was actually something. My body needed at the time, and then I didn't need to, but you didn't want it to rely on anything anymore. That was it was really hard, you know, to have a real something really painful to, to not. Not be rewarded right? It's not get that reward. But to really like but, but when you really built that muscle and you really belt, you know you really do the physical therapy. It's painful as it was when that blood starts flowing again. You're in your arm, and you feel at your fingertips, and your toes, you know, it feels amazing you feel alive, again, you know, and that did come back, you know, it has come back. So that's amazing that feels like you're back again. You know there's nothing better than that. But also, there's, there's that part, I'm sure because as entertainers and enter things, just in the entertainment business, you so much attach your accomplishments to who you are. And I think you know, as you get older, whether or not you go through stuff that kind of rips you away from that you have to start to realize, like, I'm not my accomplishments, or I'm not like bedroom identity. Yeah, but, but I'm wondering, you know, because you said, oh, I don't want to be the I don't want to be the cautionary tale might just this guy this. Had this career now you know, so sad. And so, when when did when did you start going when you were you start able to say, oh, well, that's, that's something that I did. But it's not me and I'm not like whether or not, I'm performing on a live television show, every week, does not make me a better or worse person. Right. I, I have value because I'm not because I am a person who is a part of, you know, humanity, and there are things that I can appreciate things that I can do. And I don't. Yeah. That stuff to tell me that I'm worth anything. How do you. How did you come out of that? The worth. Well, I guess that was. Couple of years ago, probably, you know, my father passed away, and when he passed away that was I that was part of it..
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Whether it's the upswing or the downswing either way most of it's in your head, and like, you should I try and remind myself to stay somewhere in the middle, mentally the idea that like it doesn't matter. How far this swings up? Discontinue to work hard and love what I do and leave it in the room. Or value? The things that matter. Again, most of it is in your head and most not that. I don't fuck that up. Sometimes we could some mornings like a total asshole. Wife's like, I will kill you. And I'm like, oh, that's right. You're the boss also put this on put this on before you. Exactly. These are things that are in our head. And a lot of them are in our head because of things that we put there when we were kids when our brains. Remember that? It's that it's most of most of its most of its not real. And I just I really honestly think that any that? If you have the ability to say that, you know, no matter what happens in the outside world today. I'm going to be okay. Can you know, even if you're lying to so it's fake until you make it? It's it's a very, that's that's word. That's where true human power lies because you know, like, we are adaptable creatures. We figure shit out. That's why we right. That's why we've evolved, and you know, and I believe strongly that. That's that's a lot of the key. Like if you put too much emphasis on the external world for your beverage. It's just to MIR Curiel. That's right. You don't know. You can't predict how that right? And the idea that if you if you believe that like, whatever comes I can handle this and you like maintain a positive core. Like, I'm gonna be a good person. I'm going to be. Honest as possible treat people the way that I want to be treated, and I'm going to work my ass off. But then like. Pretty much handle whatever. And like chances are like you said if you release your Volterra and hold onto that core. That's right. You're going to do. Well. Yeah. Right. So what else are you working on now that because I know you're in the deuce as well. Is there anything else that you're working on that? That's coming up that you're excited about or that you you can talk about. Yes. So the front runner goes wide, November twenty first. So so proud of that been a right moon fan for years. And then obviously, I mean, Hugh Jackman is fucking wolverine. Hang out with him. Did you Dr minute. You have. I mean, I got to be next to him a lot in the film. But then also and top that is such a nice guy. And he really he he comes down from on wolverine mountain and hangs out with us. As though he's you know. You know? I mean, he is he's just a regular dude in the nicest guy, you'd be would go out with all of us on the weekends and stuff. And like every ten seconds somebody's coming up to take a picture, and he's in mid conversation smile picture. Thanks. Good to see you back to the conversation with you. And you're like, wow, man, you just such a pros taller than you think. He's gonna he's easily like six two. Yeah. And just like God was like an you will be a movie star. Exactly, exactly hold or cancelled talented hard worker day. One knew everybody cast and crew's name by face like walk up to you never met you before. He's like Chris to see a man win. And you're like fucking name ticket down to notch. Exactly. Really? There were moments where all of us on the cast have a variation of the same story where it's like you'd be sitting there talking to him..
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Seventy if somebody comes in and full regalia probably didn't that basically just says like you're going to be a little extra. Do I want to work with that? Every day because I you know, because we have ordre people that could get you that you don't need to you don't have to necessarily have to do that. Right. Well, what do people what do actors do? Because when I was I moved out here in eighty eight. And I was two years old two years. Everybody. Oh that hurts. But oh, God that just a second wave of it just sort of came. But there were the accuracy would like have a business card with the headshots on running. So in a digital age. What are those like? Like super motivated, maybe slightly too intense actor types do now mass e mailing. Is it mass Email or is it a we or like? Yeah. It's like every now, and then I'll see not going to name any names. Even though I'm very tempted to do so. Some actors on social posts like what on dishing? They just had as though like hat's going to help them get it or right? Or like, you know, this is what I did today. And it was great. And I'm this guy I want this and all of this like, maybe maybe maybe it'd be quieter. You know, what's what this is? This is all going to loop around again, Chris coy because in just sort of hearing what you're saying like that ultimately what because the entertainment the world's especially as we've seen the world is uncontrollable, and we create the illusion of control and certain right? And so two when you work in a creative field. It's so difficult to to know how you're doing. Yes. So we apply these artificial metrics, right? Like posting on social media. How many likes how many many that validation? I'm just trying to get some sort of sense. Right. But if you release the idea that anything is. One hundred percent certain then it does free from this every fucking I find anyway, I find that you you'll you'll find more success, you'll book more jobs, or at least in my own experience. It can only speak to that. But the times where I release where like where leave it at all in the room, and then really actually subscribe to like walking away from it. And if they want me they'll call and if not what's next. Yeah. Yeah. That's great. My my friend, Jack platinum who've Lydia just did a show with has a great blog. That's all about he calls. It your interval -ture. Then it's the thing that basically attacks you, it's like your own right? It's your own mind that sort of a tax you, and it's sort of like tries to calls, it, your vulture, and you're sort of releasing that you're like releasing your need when you release your need for something. That's where you get an it's not the confidence. That's like this really obnoxious like so awesome. But it's just it's just sort of like when you don't need stuff. You're just more comfortable in your skin. And when you need stuff, that's where. Desperation comes from and that kind of repels things from the world true. I believe I think that that that energy or whatever that is. That's real. And will is is an obstacle is your enemy that. That's great though, you're vulture. It is what it is. But if you don't own you if you don't need anything, right? Nothing can hurt you. Now. I know that that's a very binary way to think about things, obviously, we do need things we need to survive their things didn't even if even even though you might feel like you need that job. It's more just like trying to operate as though you don't trying to like convince yourself like, I'm okay? Yeah. Not only are you. Okay. Without it. But, you know, not just you know, there's a lot of different ways to be. Okay. There's financially they're sort of, you know, whatever spiritually philosophically, but as much as you can if you're if you can figure out how to be okay with yourself or what's coming or what's coming. You can handle whatever's coming you know, that you have the ability within yourself to do that. Then it just it does release you of that kind of like. Just need people like me, I just need because I need I need for me. It's like, you're you're.
"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Com that actually. Twincities only plays into some of the conversation that happens with today's guest. Who's Chris coy Chris is just a phenomenal actor, and you might recognize him from the Walking Dead a few seasons ago. He played a character named Martin who was a resident of terminus, and he basically threatened Judith to infront of tirees to try to save his own hide. And that didn't go too. Well for Martin Martin was not a nice guy. But Chris coy is an exceptionally. Nice guy turns out, and he's he's in a bunch of really great stuff. He's in the front runner, which is the movie about Gary Hart director by Jason Reitman that Hugh Jackman is in. He's also in the deuce on HBO. He was also in Castlerock, which is on Hulu, which was great. And he's just he's a guy. That you. I'm sure you recognize his face, even if you don't know his name, and you will get to know his name because he's definitely he is. He is on the rise. This this young fellas go in places, and I think after you get to normal little bit on the podcast and see what an incredibly compassionate individual. He is. And how thoughtful he is in Chris as I was saying about the Bob and Mark corporate thing is a resident of Thousand Oaks and this was recorded a couple of weeks ago. Right. They had suffered multiple tragedies in Thousand Oaks between the the horrendous shooting that happened there. And then also the fires broke out and that was all in his neighborhood in. So, you know, just a just a heads up. We do talk a little bit about that in the beginning. And then move onto to some other stuff. But Chris is Chris really really just a solid solid family guy. And it was it was really sweet to have him on. And coincidentally it turns out he and my wife had worked on a project together a while back, and I didn't know that in so spoiler alert. There's a sweet little reunion in the middle of the podcast when Lydia walks by to say that she's leaving to go to work. So here's the t- podcast number nine seventy with your new favorite person. Chris coy, also happy finish thanksgiving. In the. Call. No, you're fine..