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"clooney" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Are lost every time that we allow our faith, our hope, and our love to weaken. Then, of course, we are fearful. The antifa goes on to say, take heart and say, our God will come to save us. He will come to save us. In the great act of redemption, yes, but also in this situation is that seem too much for us. We had in yesterday's oration, remove the things that hinder us from receiving Christ with joy. What are the things within me that hinder me from receiving Christ with joy? Do they not have a common denominator? That there is some lack of faith some wavering of hope some weakness and love. Where is my faith weak? Where are the loose threads in my hope? Where is the weakness in my love? I ask you to take these few simple words and need them into your thoughts. To take them into your own prayer, we want to be determined with God's grace, which will not be lacking, which is superabundant in this season. To give him evidence of our allowing him to reform us to his original thought of us, his original dream of us, so that we really are women of faith. Which is a suffering thing of hope, which is a demanding thing and love. Which is a dog thing. So that it can become lyric. You've been listening to an excerpt from come lord Jesus, meditations on the art of waiting. For more episodes in this series, visit discerning hearts dot com or you can find it inside the free discerning hearts app. To obtain a copy of the book, come lord Jesus, visit Clooney media dot com. Discerning hearts is a 501c3 nonprofit Catholic apostolate dedicated to evangelization and spiritual formation. To learn how you can support our mission, visit discerning hearts, dot com.
Fresh update on "clooney" discussed on Rollye James
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"clooney" Discussed on WTOP
"Could open the door to allow businesses to refuse service if they objected to interracial marriages. Colorado solicitor general Eric Olson here, the company seeks a pre enforcement order, allowing it to turn away all gay couples. Even if, as we've discussed, the wedding website they request is identical to one the company would sell to a heterosexual couple. CBS News special report. I'm Steve K fin. It is 1133, a big heads up for commuters today on I 66, it's a day of change on the highway Today's the first day with the ride three, four free. If you have the flex transponder all other people must pay the tolls. Traffic reporter married to pampa, talking about the I 66 express lanes, shifting to HOV three. That means you must have three people in your car to count as a high occupancy vehicle and avoid paying the tolls. If you're using the express lanes and riding solo or with just one passenger, you'll have to pay. The new rule applies for all of the I 66 express lanes from haymarket to the district line. If you're inside the beltway, the rule only applies weekdays during peak drive times. The stars were out and shining at the Kennedy Center Honors last night, President Biden was there for the annual event honoring a select group of people for their artistic influences on American culture. At a White House ceremony yesterday, the president had a little bit of fun with one of the honorees, actor George Clooney. If this year's Kennedy Center honorees, they're an incredible group of people. And we the people we see character. We see Amal Clooney's husband. Also honored singers Gladys Knight and Amy Grant, the banned U2, and conductor and composer Tanya Leone. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband Paul were in attendance at last night's ceremony. It was Paul Pelosi's first public appearance, since he was attacked with a hammer and the couple San Francisco home about a month ago. Paul Pelosi was wearing a black hat as he recovers from skull fractures caused by that attack. The Kennedy Center's chairman acknowledged the Pelosi's, while speaking at the event spurring a standing ovation from the crowd. Control of the U.S. House will change in less than a month and the Republican who wants to become the next House speaker is still chasing votes more from WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. We need to come together as one, otherwise we will not be successful. The house's top Republican, Kevin McCarthy, who's been trying to get support from his party's conservative Wang. But at least 5 GOP lawmakers, including Virginia's bob good, say they won't vote for McCarthy as House speaker, and given the slim majority expected in the house next year, McCarthy likely won't be able to lose more than four votes to get to the 218 he needs. Speaking on Fox, he says Republicans who oppose him will only hurt the GOP's efforts to make changes. If people don't come along, that's going to delay our ability to secure the border. That's going to delay our ability to become energy independent. The full House votes for the next speaker on January 3rd. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, news. The Pentagon's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military members may be close to going away, Politico reporting a rollback of the policy could be included in the national defense authorization act being introduced today. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he and President Biden have brokered a compromise on the policy, but Democrats on the hill say nothing's been finalized yet. Plus, defense secretary Lloyd Austin has told reporters he wants to keep the vaccine policy in place. Up ahead some residents in North Carolina will be without power for a little longer after a gun attack on a power grid. We'll have more on that next, 1136. The weight is over. Draft kings sports book one of America's top rated sportsbook apps is officially live in Maryland
Fresh update on "clooney" discussed on Rollye James
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"clooney" Discussed on WTOP
"For the annual event honoring a select group for their artistic influence on American culture at a White House ceremony, the president said he was pleased to honor singer Gladys Knight because he's a big fan. We're going to get on that midnight train because I think I speak for all Americans I say we'd rather live in your world than be without you and ours. Also honored actor George Clooney, singer Amy Grant, you too, and conductor and composer Tanya Leone. The show airs on CBS December 28th. Meantime, House speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband Paul attended the event last night, it was Paul Pelosi's first public appearance, since he was attacked with a hammer at the couple's San Francisco home, about a month ago. He wore a black hat as he recovers from skull fractures caused by that hammer attack. The Kennedy Center's chairman acknowledged the Pelosi's spurring a standing ovation from the crowd. The Republican who hopes to become the next Speaker of the House is struggling to get enough votes, so he can take over that post in January. The latest now from WTO peace Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The house's top Republican, Kevin McCarthy, can't afford to lose more than a handful of votes when the GOP takes power next year with a very slim majority. But right now, at least 5 Republicans, including Virginia conservative bob good, say they won't support him for speaker. I'm hopeful that everybody comes together and finds a way to govern together. This is what the American people want. Otherwise, we'll be squandering this majority. McCarthy speaking on Fox says that could mean delays for GOP priorities, including addressing problems at the border and reducing the number of IRS agents. That's going to delay our ability to hold government accountable. The full House votes on a new speaker in less than four weeks. On capital hill, Mitchell Miller WTO news. The last undecided Senate race of the midterm elections will be determined and a runoff tomorrow in Georgia. More than one and a half million ballots have already been cast in early voting, and the two candidates are now making every effort to get voters to the polls tomorrow. The high stakes Senate runoff race in Georgia. We need to show up like this and 9-1-1 emergency. Entered its final push with candidates on both sides turning to some high profile Friends. Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock held a virtual rally Sunday with Stevie Wonder, as well as former president Barack Obama challenger Herschel Walker appeared with senators John Kennedy of Louisiana and Tim Scott of South Carolina. The Senate's only black Republican. Ben a CBS correspondent, Bradley Blackburn. And just ahead after traffic and weather. Well, police say led to a man's death on an area interstate, I'm Mike Murillo. It's coming up. Ten 36. Hi, I'm Chris cheon, and I'm here to tell you that on fan dual sports book, you can combine player or game props with other bets from the same game to score an even bigger payout. It's perfect for tonight's game in Tampa between the bucks and saints. If I was building an SGP for this, NFC south showdown, I know I'd be including the saints getting the points as this Tampa Bay team has been unable to generate any sort of running game and saints head coach Dennis Allen knows how to defend Tom Brady, so I'd include an under on the Buccaneers team total as well
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Kennedy Center honors U2, George Clooney, Gladys Knight in star-studded event
"President Joe Biden paid tribute to 5 artists at The White House on Sunday as they were honored by the Kennedy Center in Washington. With the latest. Musicians U2, Amy Grant and Gladys Knight after George Clooney and composer Tania Leon are this year's Kennedy Center Honors. They got a White House reception and all star tributes from the likes of Garth Brooks, Julia Roberts and Eddie Vedder, Biden says he has all of night songs. We're gonna get on that midnight train because I think I speak for all Americans I say we'd rather live in your world than be without you and ours. The tributes will be broadcast on CBS on December 28th.
"clooney" Discussed on WCPT 820
"These bigger issues that don't people don't grasp if they're not political nerds, even climate change can be hard for people to grasp until you say, well, see that hurricane that just destroyed these towns, you know, we need infrastructure to plan for climate change, it's not just about stopping it, but it's about, okay, if it is here, how do we recover each and every time? I think the more we talk to people about how it affects them personally. Because at the end of the day, everyone's a saint and they don't think globally and about other people, but again, each issue we're dealing with does there's a way in to talk to people about how it affects them. And how your mom has even seen perfect storm, hasn't she? I mean, isn't there something in there about a perfect storm with Josh Clooney filmed in glass to Jennifer Boston is a big town for movies as big as Hollywood these days. And she even she knows a nor'easter or in November is nothing to joke about or something from that movie, right? It's a narita Jennifer. There was the blizzard of 74 when you were just a baby. Oh, you were so cute and you little, you little hat. Just wind her up on the ground with her mom. She's easier. Speaking of climate change, it's 75° today in New York City on November 7th. It's not great. Yeah, okay, nothing more to see here. I'm also have we mentioned how completely and totally awful all the Republican candidates are. I believe I'm hoping this is our last time ever. Version of what the hell hurts. Yeah. This may be our last ever what the heck? There'll be more tomorrow. He's still talking. Well, I'm hopefully he will not be will be former. Shut up. Okay. He will not be senator heading to rehearsal. He will be former Senate candidate. Okay. Would you like to, okay, here we go. Ready? Jen, here. Would you like to play? Okay. The biggest threat to democracy is to have seen the one eye out there, they have singing whatnot, voting to put men and women's sports, that's the biggest threat to democracy because we get a chance to vote
Bloomberg Radio New York
"clooney" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hosted this week its growth summit, it was all about the customer and we talked to a lot of well-known leaders of well-known companies, they talked about how they are pursuing growth and connecting with their customers. And that included a conversation I had with Tony vinciquerra. He is the chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures entertainment. He's someone who has been in the media industry for a long, long time. We discussed today's ever changing and increasingly crowded median content environment and what movie and TV viewers and just what consumers really want to watch. It is interesting that different times different environments in the world do lend to the popularity of certain genres of film and television. Absolutely. Right now, I think people I think people and it's hard to know because this is definitely an art, not a sign. It says, you know that. I think people are looking for more, some more lighthearted things, some more interesting things, maybe some romantic comedies, one just open, not ours, unfortunately. With George Clooney and Julia Roberts doing very well. We do have a kind of a RomCom coming up with Jennifer Lawrence, which is actually filming in Long Island at the moment. So that'll be a good one. But you know, it is interesting right now that the interesting interesting challenging interesting from the perspective of what you think is going to work. If you read the press, everyone talks about how, in theaters, the only thing that's working is the big temples to Spider-Man's the top guns. But it's not true. We have four films this summer that did really well. And they were all originals. Yeah. But it's funny. I was actually talking with our Lucas Shaw, you know, we were talking about it feels like my husband says the same thing. Why do I go to the theater? It's all heroes. Superheroes or horror. That are the real money. Well, we're the crud dad sing was the film we put out this summer. It did really, really well. The woman king did really, really well. Certainly not a well, it's a hero, violet Davis plays the hero, but it's not a superhero movie. It's a base not truth of history. Lyla crocodile you mentioned is if you have kids between 5 and 12, great film to go see. And interestingly enough in the U.S. not working terribly well, but internationally working really well. Yeah. I mean, you guys are global, right? I mean, different markets I know you and I talked on our planet called about like what's going on in India specifically. So when you look at the global sphere, it is not smart of us. I know I asked like global recession. There's going to be areas that are rougher than the others. When you look at the world, how do you see it? Well, Spider-Man, which we released last December almost a year ago, did one almost $2 billion in box office without China. In the past, the probably would have done between four and $500 million in China. Right. We don't have Russia anymore. In Russia was our top 5 markets. So it's a challenge. But you have to go with what you have. How do you think about those markets? Because I do think about the importance of content. We think about it certainly as a news organization. I mean, there's a lot of stuff going on. A lot of it troubling, what do you see as your role in terms of the narrative and the conversations that are going on in a world where we have some really tricky topics? Well, we try not to get too much into politics. And in my past life, I was very involved in news coverage and TV stations and things that I'm very happy not to be in that business right now. It's a difficult world. What about you talk about China, right? And you guys are not. Well, mostly not. Are mostly not. We haven't had, we didn't have venom, our film venom didn't get into China, Spider-Man did get into China. The first venom did $275 million in box office in China, zero, the second time. You know, it's not a market that we expect to do business in right now. It's wild and geopolitical relations, obviously. And something that we're not going to have any impact on. Well, and that's when I guess what is the role of companies that are global and when there's either a part of the world, a country where there's issues. I say that delicately, you know, is it your responsibility to say, I mean, obviously when there's governments involved and say you can't do business here or whatever. That's a whole other issue. But what is the role of companies? When you can have such an impact in terms of what you do and you reach so many different people. Do you feel like a responsibility to not be in a certain market because of? Well, Russia, we did collaborate with you. You did. As most people think. What would you go back? Do you anticipate? Well, we've sold our businesses there. So we're not in Russia. Right. And I don't anticipate getting back there or anytime soon. Okay. But I wouldn't predict that forever. I mean, the world does change. We are doing business in Germany at World War II. So things do change. Yeah. Same thing you think China will change? I don't know. No, I don't have a good they don't have a good sense of what's happening. All right, so talk to me a little bit about your strategy because you guys, your profit came out, outlook. It's been pretty good. Yeah, you do, you pumped
Bloomberg Radio New York
"clooney" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Much. Well, this past week, Bloomberg live hosted its growth summit and it featured leaders from large well-known companies for fireside chats and panels, and it talked about their experiences in growing their businesses and really connecting with their customers. So among the conversations I had one with, Tony van Sequoia, he's chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures entertainment. We covered a lot, including how in today's ever changing and crowded median content environment, what movie and TV viewers really, really want to watch. It is interesting that, you know, different times, different environments in the world do lend to the popularity of certain genres of film and television. Absolutely. Right now, I think people I think people and it's hard to know because this is definitely not a sign. It says, you know that. I think people are looking for more lighthearted things, some more interesting things, maybe some romantic comedies, one just opened, not ours, unfortunately. With George Clooney and Julia Roberts doing very well. We do have a kind of a RomCom coming up with Jennifer Lawrence, which is actually filming in Long Island at the moment. So that'll be a good one. But you know, it is interesting right now that the interesting interesting challenging interesting from the perspective of what you think is going to work. If you read the press, everyone talks about how in theaters, the only thing that's working is the big temples to Spider-Man's the top guns. But it's not true. We had four films this summer that did really well. And they were all originals. Yeah. But, you know, it's funny. I was actually talking with our Lucas Shah, you know, we were talking about it feels like my husband says the same thing. Why do I go to the theater? It's all heroes, superheroes, or horror. That are the real money. We're the card that sing was the film we put out this summer. It did really, really well. The woman king did really, really well. Certainly not a well, it's a hero of the violet Davis plays the hero, but it's not a superhero movie. It's a kind of a true based on truth and history. My law crocodile you mentioned is if you have kids between 5 and 12, great film to go see an interestingly enough in the U.S. not working terribly well, but internationally work in really well. So it's kind of a dichotomy. Well, it's good that you went through Tony because I mean, you guys are global, right? I mean, different markets. I know you and I talked on our planet called about like what's going on in India specifically. So when you look at the global sphere, right? It is not smart of us. I know I asked like global recession. There's going to be areas that are rougher than the others. When you look at the world, how do you see it? Well, Spider-Man, which we released last December almost a year ago, did almost $2 billion in box office without China. In the past, the probably would have done between four and $500 million in China. Right. We don't have Russia anymore. In Russia was our top 5 markets. So it's a challenge. But you have to go with what you have. How do you think about those markets? Because I do think about the importance of content. We think about it certainly as a news organization. I mean, there's a lot of stuff going on. A lot of it troubling. What do you see as your role in terms of the narrative and the conversations that are going on in a world where we have some really tricky topics? Well, we try not to get too much into politics. And in my past life, I was very involved in the news coverage and TV stations and things that I'm very happy not to be in that business right now. It's a difficult world. It's a difficult. Well, what about you talk about China, right? And you guys are not. Well, mostly not. Are mostly not. We haven't had, we didn't have venom, our film venom didn't get into China, Spider-Man didn't get into China. The first venom did $275 million in box office in China, zero, the second time. Well, you know, it's not a market that we expect to do business in right now. It's wild and geopolitical relations, obviously. And something that we're not going to have any impact on. Well, and that's when I guess what is the role of companies that are global and when there's either a part of the world, a country where there's issues. I say that delicately, you know, is it your responsibility to say, I mean, obviously, when there's governments involved and say you can't do business here or whatever. That's a whole other issue. But what is the role of companies when you can have such an impact in terms of what you do? And you reach so many different people. Is it do you feel like a responsibility to not be in a certain market because of? Well, Russia, we did collaborate with you. You did, right. As most people think. But would you go back? Do you anticipate? Well, we've sold our businesses there. So we're not in Russia. Right. And I don't anticipate getting back there anytime soon. Okay. But I wouldn't predict that forever. I mean, the world does change. We are doing business in Germany. We had World War II. So things do change. And that's Tony vinciquerra, chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures entertainment. Check out the full
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'Black Adam' Revives Weekend Box Office
"The superhero movie Black Adam leads the box office this weekend I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest I kneel before no one Dwayne Johnson earned his biggest box office weekend as a leading man with the film Black Adam It brought in an estimated $67 million according to studio estimates The Julia Roberts George Clooney romantic comedy ticket to Paradise debuted in second with $16.3 million Smile is in third place last week's winner Halloween ends drops to number four Lyle Lyle crocodile is 5th
"clooney" Discussed on WTOP
"Their plan to crash the wedding work? Let's find out vulture critic Jen chaney joins us live now on Skype. Jen, we have George Clooney and Julia Roberts together in a movie that sounds like it should be a winner, right? What did you think? It does sound like it should be a winner, doesn't it? I wish I had better news about this one. As you said, this is a romantic comedy reunites them on screen for the first time in a while. They play ex spouses who do not get along at all, but they're trying to be there for their daughter who's played by Caitlin dever, she's just graduated from college. She goes to Bali on a trip and she meets this man. She falls in love and she's going to get married. So it's very, very sudden. And they don't want this to happen. You know, George Clooney and Julia Roberts are incredibly charming, incredibly charismatic. And that charisma almost makes up for the fact that the script for this movie is just not very strong, but it can't entirely make up for that fact. So it's just not as great as you would hope it would be. But the cinematography though, you really feel like you're on a beach. This is what I'm hearing. Yes, I will say it's a beautiful setting. It's very escapist. There are moments in it that are kind of fun, but just the bickering. I mean, they're bickering constantly in this movie. And I think it's supposed to be charming, but after a while it just sort of grates on your nerves. Oh, that's a bummer. All right. While another option for the weekend, the return of documentary now in its fourth season. Tell us about this. So documentary now is a documentary satire show basically Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers, or the people behind it, even if you don't know what documentaries they're spoofing in this show, it's still can be very funny. The first episode of this new season which dropped earlier this week is a satire of a Werner Herzog film where there are exploring a very remote region of the world while he's also making a 1980s sitcom called bachelor nanny. I mean, it's very, very silly. But really, really, really funny. These episodes drop every Wednesday on IFC and absolutely check it out. All right, so a hit on one and a miss on the other. One for two is not the worst. You know, it's better than zero for two. Yeah
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"clooney" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"So I could have just that getting caught up in the moment. This just goes to show you though that William I think has a reputation of being a little bit of a stiff shirt. Somebody that really doesn't let go. And that's brings us to our poll question of the day. William revealed how Taylor Swift convinced him to sing on stage. He's really actually more fun than we think. Do you think he is more fun than we think? Go vote on how to do page at naughty, nice rob, or a Facebook page, which is dotty, gossip, and we see that check back to tomorrow to hear your results, Garrett love, what are you working on? All right, well rob Schurter, if I was to say, I have deep pockets, and I'm about to pay you $35 million. Would you have the audacity to say, thanks, but never. Forget it. Forget it. Forget it. I did that. Well, George Clooney just said that he turned down the opportunity to make $35 million ready for this, not for like a years or multiyears were. One days worth of work for an airline commercial. We all know George Clooney has done commercials before. He's written his moped around the nespresso commercial with Danny DeVito. I wonder how much Danny DeVito got paid versus George Clooney on. That would be interesting. For the nespresso, he made $40 million. So it's a little bit of a pay cut for the airline to give him only 35. But I digress. So Clooney said, you know what? He talked to his wife Amal, and they said, is it worth it? You know what I mean? And they said, we decided it's not worth it because the country that although it's an ally, it's questionable at times. So I thought, well, if it takes a minute of sleep away from me, it's not worth it. So now we know not only does George cost $35 million a day, he costs a $1 million per minute of sleep. But sleep oh, of course. But it is interesting, though, because I saw this headline before and you judge a book by its cover and you don't read the rest unless I'm on naughty gossip dot com. I just assumed who turned down $35 million. But once we talk about that, we're talking about right now. It's about principles. It's about having standards. So easy for us to say, how dare you turn $5 million? But it's actually something near and dear and true that he has values. I really like him. It makes me like him more. I hate it. I thought he was going to be one of those supermodel stories. They say, I don't get out of bed for less than $10,000 a day. Remember, I think there's a Linda evangelista, who said that. And I was like, oh, stop it. That's so gross. I thought that's where you were going to go with this, but it's actually not. This is a really, really good story. We've all got principles. You know, we play that game at parties maybe when we've all had one too many to drinks like, would you do this for a $1 million would you do that for would you kiss him? Would you have sex with her for a million? Or you would play those games? Would you eat this? Yes, yes. And there's things I wouldn't do for a $1 million and there's things like I wouldn't do for $2 million to $35 million. I would do it. I think it's easy. I think it's easy to say..
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Daniel Baldwin Protects His Brother Alec
"Daniel Baldwin, not the Baldwin you'd want to speak up for you if you're Alec 'cause Daniel has had to try his problems in the past. He's like the black sheep of the ball and family. Daniel Baldwin was on a podcast the other day and was saying out loud how he thinks his brother Alec is being scapegoated because of his political views when really everybody about that everything about that rust shooting should be focused on the many, many wonderful things he's done for different charities and people and his wife and this is the way Daniel thinks we should be thinking. We shouldn't be thinking about his politics. We should instead be thinking about the wonderful things he's done and also how wonderful his wife is and whatever the fuck. I mean, I guess he has a point, I haven't thought much about anything else about Alec Baldwin since he shot and killed the cinematographer halyna Hutchins. I don't know. The way Daniel sees it, the way he explained it on this podcast. Alex is being scapegoated because he's the big star with outspoken political views and that makes him an easy target. He went on to say that, you know, Alex got the name, though, doesn't he? So let's go ahead and take Alec for his political views and the many, many wonderful things he's done for different charities and people and his wife and let's see if we can sensationalize this and go after Alec. I'm not sure that's what's being done. I think we'd be up in arms if anybody killed a cinematographer on set under the same circumstances. I think we feel the same way of George Clooney did it or somebody like Bruce Willis, so many on the right. I don't think this is about politics.
"clooney" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Lay next to a star is born every night. I am lady gaga okay. Actually it's really depressing and is very controversial. Some people hated it. I thought it was brilliant. The song i don't know why he had the name of the song right now. All the french people kept requesting it. They're like us sada's bone a star is born. They get screaming it so then because their french they all smoke so they all broke out. There lighters in unison. We were at a private concert. Yeah so these are very she. She plunged people. These are all frenchmen in tuxedos because they come from some fanciest fuck wedding or something. Yeah and they are just hammered. Smoke cigs with peon of player singing. I'ma must did deep-end hutches david. No i'm gonna get german very quickly but you understand what i'm saying you understand it was. That's where we were at the level. We were at last night. And i was just like i don't wanna be anywhere but here right now with my husband. Who is texting his boys back in the states. About the penn state game. You know it was an hour until kick off and we were all very amped. But i was thoroughly enjoying such a special moment with you and are drunk french friends. Can we talk about our american friends that we found right next us as well yet. They're amazing we're not going to say their names because they're privately vacation but shadow to our friends from connecticut that we met. Oh my were awesome. What a great story they have yet the great story just cool people. You know who you are. I know your private people so we'll keep it low key but fantastic. So can we just touch real quick on on their awesome adventure so during cova did they know. Let's not jeff. Let's out their private people. Let's not talk about it. They didn't know. I love you but they don't wanna talk about it. You see when you were checking the the the pre-game scores. She and i were talking about their family and not. Everybody likes to talk about their families. Know jeff. it's it's done. i apologize. I was just going to not used to not be as open as we are so some people don't talk about the fact that they have a nickname for the time they quipped one time in front of their house. Yeah some people don't do that. Who does that we do. Y i don't fucking know my manager. Maggie has already said heather. You're too accessible to people and one day day will murder you. one day. I will be selena. Most it'll raymond it'll be raymond who selena's me and he's going to say that's a hate crime. I'm not saying it's crazy. Gaslight you and say that you did it yes he ray will murder me even though we're best friends and he will somehow gaslight me because he is a pillar of the community and say the pillar multiple community hiller of multiple communities and he will say that i am the reason. Why like he'll be like she forced me to do it. Or some bullshit and then he will then use jeff's name to go restaurant reservation somewhere fancy maybe at the chipper yanni's on wall street. He will walk in the way mr daniels. We were expecting you and baked. Thank you thank you so much. And that's when hill. Ben years later feel bad and right version of candle in the wind for me but it won't be a candle in the wind. It'll be a piece of cheese in the fridge or something. You know what i mean. That's what it is. What do you think was that. A factor no for me. Because i like cheese. Why don't know. Jeff you've been so fucking anal retentive about me knocking your nikes okay. Side note marital spat my thorn. I haven't even said my rose my thorn of the trip how does really leading with negativity. My thorn of the trip has been you obnoxiously in your white nikes. That are monogrammed on the back. He man spreads so that his feet are touching my feet on the train. And then when i move my feet i gently brush. My nikes across his made a scuff mark. And now. he's been calling me. Wisconsin cheddar for the whole fucking trip. You love the heat on these feet with these custom. Air force ones. That i have and they are fantastic. And they are fresh and your big blocks of wisconsin. Sharp cheddar keep finding a way to kind of scuff these shoes in all sorts of different scenarios. My son is probably twice the size of yours. But i have not once once invaded your personal feet space and scuffed your did you say he'd of defeat heat on the feet fire. You know what. I'm done so this is where i say. I quit heat on the feet. I'm done i'm done. I love you. I don't think we need to plan this party. Because that's the dushi is thing i've ever heard you see this thing on her fingers. Yeah what about your locked. In for life i am. Unfortunately it's really. I would lose money if we we broke up. No i love you today. A financial decision to now stay with each other for the next sixty years i get it i get it when you know you have your friend you have your friend is let's just say brittany and britney's parents. They should have divorced a long time ago. But then you realize it's too expensive for them to divorce. That's where we're at you know. And i'm financially locked in invested. But i do love him. You are the best. But i will fuck up your nikes and i don't give his shit. Don't call me wisconsin jeter. Those things tried their sharp also side. Note just wanna let you know if you wanna get some shoes in italy and you do have a wide foot. It's not an option so just don't be alarmed if you go into a sandal shop and you take off your sneaker and the entire staff scream. Why why why. Why then. that's the thing. They just constantly say why. Okay thank you okay. So but why are okay is actually not a positive thing. Maybe you come back tomorrow for be smaller. Yeah and then you're like no my foot won't be smaller and they're like google go kill yourself and you're like that's what i thought so. Just want you to know great things about italy. Great things about italy. The food the people the kindness the architecture the art. You're loving husband. My loving husband not great things no wide feet. You're loving husband. Yeah you also my loving husband. And i i shot george clooney. I would really appreciate of his people called my people so we could. They could get some spot. We can read some respect on your name via george clooney. That would be great. That would be great all right. This is the end of the podcast. I love you. I mean it as always you can hit the hotline eight hundred two and three seven five zero three. We'll be back with voicemail soon. Thanks for tuning. In in the meantime between time cheech thanks so much for listening to today's episode. Do forget to subscribe rates and lieber review and as always follow me on instagram heather. Kay mcmahon see you guys soon..
"clooney" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Worth. Would it was worth everything that went on. It was the funniest thing i've ever seen. You've done it before. But i don't know if it was the jet lag the fact that we'd had like two bottles of wine but something about you flexing your dick need your dick. Give the italian voice and look at your wife or spouse or whomever partner does matter. We're inclusive it is a comedic event and you will have a fantastic time giggling about it. I mean talk about low hanging fruit. This is where i'm at. I like to go. i just think life is funny. It's so fucked up but then it's also so funny. I mean i don't know we're living in paradise richly blessed. What do we have to fucking complain about. We're in europe. We have a great time together. We do have a good time together except when sports with z are involved. Summer's over yet. Okay we're trying to get through it and you know what i've got you the best pubic skin and hair products on the market. By who. i'm telling you who by venus venus as the following products that you're gonna be obsessed with. They have one of the best. Pubic hair skin razors. This razor minimizes irritation in the pubic area. Where the skin is delicate in the harris course key features. It's got a small cartridge that can reach the tricky areas like the curves of the area. It protection bar between the blades to guard skin from irritation and absorbs pressure from the hand. Love that also use the skin smoothing expedient which helps loosens and sweep away old dead skin cells and oil that can trap air they also have a two and one cleanser in shave gel. You can use this on your legs down there wherever you want. It's a great cleanser. Protect skin premiered during the shave can be used as shave gel. Or hey as just the daily gentle cleanser and last but not least daily soothing serum for us after and between shaves to help maintain skin hydration and reduce it. Hey don't worry about the ingrown hairs don't worry about any of that nonsense. 'cause you know what have used venus products. You're going to be good to go. Check out gillette. Venus g. i. l. l. e. t. t. v. e. and us venus like the planet dot com to learn more about why these products have been flying off the shelves. Now jeff i feel like you would do a great job of breaking down our little adventures modena and i think we just gotta be real honest straightforward while we loved what we didn't love star third time to modina. And maybe can you break down for the audience. Why we go their journey. We go to modina. Because it is another hidden. Gem that has not so hidden anymore After the extensive coverage the that it's gotten yeah over the past couple of years between net flicks and all these food shows and travel shows. That modena's truly fantastic in the sense that it had some amazing world class spots to stop and any feed your face yet two of our favorites being bar schiavone which is a penny no shop that i referenced in any earlier. Instagram post. Where i said heather and i were going to induce ourselves into a coma. That was the place that we were talking about and still had every penny no on the list and didn't feel full felt light airy fresh but satiate. We didn't have every single one. That's so they usually have five. They had six this time one of them. We realize had horse in it. We didn't realize thank god our kind hostess. She understood english and translated the menu for us because at naturally was in all italian when she mentioned horse we will give each other. The look and said we said we're out on that on that one. Now here's the thing. I'm not saying this. I don't want the animal activists. All these people to come out listed everywhere else in the world does shit different. Okay so i don't wanna hear it. I don't want to hear and get you the bitching and complaining. What the animal stuff okay. Everywhere else in the world treats animals better than we do in america. You do know this right because we have like mass produced chicken cows and all that shit over here. One village shares a cow. Okay if steaks on the menu. It's because they don't have in fresh. It ain't fresh okay. Every harry dickens. John in america is got a hamburger. I don't wanna fucking here it. There are delicacies. Like flog raw. Like horse things like that were you just gotta keep your eyes and ears open for 'cause. It's not my cup of tea but bar. Schiavone is the best sandwich shop in the world. We highly recommend stopping either. Twenty four or forty eight hours in modina yes to go to bar schiavone which is attached to the central market your farmers market where literally you see all the beautiful fresh produce meats local wines. It's just a fantastic going around into seeing all the fresh stuff that goes into the meals of the region. Now also you need to go to place called a study at giusti. Which is the oldest sahlia mattia. Chef's chef's you have to make a reservation. There's only four table so you walk into this place and it looks. It's like the oldest essentially deli. Wouldn't you say it's a high end deli. yes so that's what a salutary is. Essentially a butcher shop slash delhi. This place has been there for two hundred years. And there's a damn good reason why because they will make you leaving. They're going. I wanna eat here for the rest of my life. It was the best food we had. And and i'm going to be honest with you. We stayed at this place. Called casa maria luigia and it's amazing and its own by moss mature and his wife laura and it was great and it was. That's the only place to stay. Modern is a very small town. That's the place to stay and it was great but we through that experience got to do these like berry. High end michelin star tastings one at that hotel and then at the regular austria for ghana. And i gotta be honest with you. It was amazing. Food was to die for but we were so done with doing these five. And a half hour tastings. I understand how privileged the sounds. We have been. How many years have we been trying to get into this hotel. This rash draw. We probably became aware of it five years ago. And we've been trying since to get there and we've never been able to get in but because we were able to stay at their new hotel they were able to squeeze ascending. Because somebody at the last minute cancellation but we were sitting in this. You know the best restaurant in the world is plays austria just ghana and were sitting there for lunch and we go through a like four and a half hour lunch and it was amazing but it was just kind of the point where i was like. I can't sit in here with no air conditioning. No one was saying anything like everybody was kind of. Just staring was another stuffy and jeff sterile very sterile. I mean to service was incredible. Everything i'm never going to complain about it but it was just like jeff and were looking each other like i wanted to be in the spot. Where known as whipping up the scampi and the back and you can't talk. You can't communicate but you can communicate through linguini and love. You know what it is. I think that we are certainly capable and we do appreciate the finer thing. Yeah but when it comes to food we just want you know to get and quantity we wanna get down to brass tacks. We wanna lively environment. And i don't need the story behind the food. Because i can appreciate it without you going into a twenty minute description of of what's on my plate. Why there's a basil foam. i agree. I agree but i mean. Listen i'm not trying to burn bridges here okay. You have to stay at casa maria. It was it was truly a beautiful place and a wonderful experience.
"clooney" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Ass ninety percent. I love you. But i will say if you come to venice. I'll try and do some sort of like travel blog or something on the instagram's y'all know what the fuck to do but it is fire. We love it. We went to a restaurant last night. We made three new vacation friends. You know. I love a vacation friend. We said at the sexy little place called the restaurant. Dave george clooney's replace now my new. I had called this joint to get a reservation. The hotel couldn't get us has like. I'm gonna fuck and try it called at like eight mike. Maybe you know somebody in show up. I call me like no. We can't under. We can get you in mike i. I'm making a reservation. Talked about myself with a third person for actress. heather mcmahon. I don't know if i thought because of in his film festival is here. They'll be like oh you know. Maybe she's lingering. She wanted to hang out festival. The guy literally without a why. Why are you wanna eat here. Yeah he was like no never heard of you. Okay we give you nine o'clock. I and i was just like well. We got the reservations so it worked but being in italy. No one gives a fuck. No one gives a fuck who you are less. You are george. Clooney trail brad pitt. Or you know julia roberts. They don't care who you know but even at that restaurant which the restaurant we went to was george clooney's place you notice. It was only like matt damon. George clooney brad pitt on the walls. Yet if you haven't done one billion in career box offices they don't give some cruise nonni single female actress. But it's such an italian. Like i don't know what the italian word from achieves moas because that's spanish with the word for like the male ego in a diet while i have no molly go so you're asking the wrong you don't never okay. Love my girls. He did call me queen today. And i will use stretching my back. And he he goes. I gave her the same patronizing voice. That i reagan tony when he stretches in the morning he goes gas queen. Yes queen stretch the straps. Yeah great stretch. So there is a great social media club and heather turned me onto a little becky probably a few weeks ago where it's basically if you do not congratulate your dog when it wakes in the morning and stretches you are a complete psychopath your asshole. You're probably you know a baby stealer. I don't know you're a horrible person. Yes so javid. Call me at queen today. So that is great but anyways we went to this restaurant last night. How'd you describe the ambiance. I mean this is one of my top ten spots that i've been to in a long time very small very intimate very old school. A true hidden gem the guy who's the maitre d' impossibly the owner giovanni looks like andrew dice. Clay to the point and if you don't only clay as an old comedian and like coke bottle glasses giant glasses. I mean it's like old school style and through the canals you can actually arrive by boat. You can walk there but you can also arrive by boat. Which is some gangster shit if you if you can roll up to a restaurant via gondola waterways. Yeah you roll in. Have your fragrant truffle pasta. Have your steak do a little Marone bought a big boom. You get in the boat and you're fucking just jet now through the dark waters venice. That's mob shit that is mob sheds pablo escobar esque. Just a quick getaway is available. Yeah should you need it. should you need it. You can literally get your rigatoni and then roll out. But i'll tell you what. There's something about venice when you arrive. And you're on the you know the water taxi and you feel the wind in your hair and you see the city. You're like first of all. I don't understand how this plays was fucking built. Can you explain this argument engineer. Architects known you for eleven years. I'm not an engineer. You still just don't seem to be grasped like do you. Do no one knows. That's the beauty of it. And i'm not going to explain it because that's how you get to charge the big bucks when nobody knows what you do. The big bucks okay. That's why you're charging 'cause at it. Looks like as of right now. You're charging me the big bucks to take you vacation and i would like to know when you're going to step up to the plate and make one dinner reservation and use your good name which is also a celebrity name and call these places and go. Hi. i'm jeff daniels. The actor from dumb and dumber and star of the newsroom. I would like to come to your restaurant since you do not accept female celebrities you just want me to finagle. Some italian mater dei. Yes jeff because they clearly only care if you're a famous man they don't know the you're not the jeff daniels. So why aren't you helping me going out on a limb and getting us good tables at restaurants singer too so we can clarify you want me to feed into this toxic system. Yes get you dinner reservation. Does it mean. I'll have truffle pasta. Yeah i don't give a fuck. I will pretend to be your assistant. Your mail order bride. I want good see you walk five feet behind me and only raise your head to speak when spoken to listen. I am all about smashing the patriarchy but when it means you get a top notch reservation and you get top notch. Struggles at a tiny little restaurant and venice. You do what you have to do. Ladies you know it you know. Sometimes you gotta suck dick from verse. Some brusca oud that needs to be a bumper sticker when need to sell on tour. Yeah i pronounce that suck dick vergara brisket button second. I mean listen. There's a italy. I have i am thriving. I am glowing. My skin is fresh Also feel very light in the step. I know what you're thinking. Heather you've been just gorging yourself of carbs to lotto cheese for judo. But i swear to god. We have not left a single meal where we have felt. Ill sick full. You know in america you hit that stay counts whatever. We're eating red meat the shit but we haven't left a single meal. Wouldn't you say were either of us. Feel like had that natural reaction. We do at an american restaurant really. I'm really full uncomfortable. No it's content. it's light it's belly. Cima yes belize. Everything is fantastic. My belly is belief sima now. I mean by exit has cleared up. And guess what. The only place that i drink. Full-fat real milk in my cappuccinos is here. I have to drink almond milk. I gotta drink the fuck and coconut milk. S- back home. And i'm always flared up rashy red itchy scaly here two days drinking regular milk because the cows are multi ben and what happens. I have no flare ups. You really are the tests experiment. For how awful. The american food industry is really and how fantastic a natural approaches to kind of making food and preserving food and all the above because your asthma has from what we left for what we let the sky club a couple of days ago it is it is completely gone. It was hot red. I mean we were getting on that flight. Jeff looked at me. He goes bad. You gotta gnarly flare up. My arms are on fire. My whole body hurt. Because i had something in the sky club that didn't settle right with me at eight comes out through my skin and here i am. What a week in italy and i am glowing. How do you feel baby. You're glowing feel fantastic. Yeah i mean. I'm not at my latest right now but i feel light just with everything that we've been eating in the way that we've been eating. You feel light because penn state one okay. You're in oil. What i feel to my legs is because of testing. The food is why feel is an area that you realize why. That's such a creepy fucking comment. You have a boner for men. This is homoerotic. I've said it before football. It's a brotherhood. Yes that's where you were going. Yes football and sports is the brotherhood's at brotherhood takes. It takes a village a brotherhood. But why do you. Why are you sexually aroused by twenty year. Old man running around you just said. You have a boner. It's not a literal expression heather. I don't know you anymore. The other night we were laying in a gorgeous hotel. Modena jeff just start.
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"We don't wanna promise we just want our should back and the guy was like. Oh you know they were a whole bunch of mess. Look we don't want any problems we just want our should back. So funny thing was the father. Was this a coolest dude. The farther would just a guy that worked hard and whatever he's like you know i don't know what is up with my stupid son. I give them money. I give him shit. I raised him better. But he's like a follower. Listen to this. None of the stuff was in the house. He had access to his father's car. This guy was like a seven foot tall big loop like he looked like he could have been linebacker or something like the sun. You know like like he was he could have been something right. He was like He brings his son out any like give these people their stuff and it'll heavily of it then. The father was like so wait. You let him use your car. I mean our car to be the getaway guy get even keep any of this stuff so he sent the boy to go get stuff from his friends right and we're sitting there like shit come back with fifty people you know but it's like you know what are we going to do and the father was nicer the hell he was talking with us. And we're a setup and he's like yeah. I don't know what's wrong with that kid. He's stupid as hell. Whatever y'all them all the time ensuring came back with with our stuff and then after that we never had any problems again. But i remember like my heart was like pumping out my chest. I'm like they come back with like five. Cars of people were like day. How that's you know what though i do respect the fact that y'all went there and got your boys stuff back worked. If it didn't work you would have become stupidest people on their guys got jacked clooney work. Yeah right that's true. That's a good point gliding. Like why the hell did you go into. Hell could have got a new well. I'm glad it ended. Well because that's luckiest hell that's super lucky. I remember one time. My mom a house got broken into turns out with somebody in my brother knew from my mom's neighborhood my mom lives. He lives in the suburbs like out in the desert. So it's not like she lives somewhere You know that's like it's not like south central. She doesn't even live in an urban area at all so every so it's not like everybody knows everybody but it's not hard to find people federal who did right and especially now hard to find black people because all the black did know each other and all. The young black people did so as soon as my mom. My brother found out. My mom's house got broken into in the way it happened. He knew exactly who it was because he said one of his friends brother had like a little studio in the garage..
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"clooney" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk
"I'm taking george clooney. George clooney as a transcendent heartthrob that touched every single generation in the nineties. Old woman that love george clooney. There were young girls. Love george clooney george. Clooney to me is the perfect mix of handsome sex sophistication and the role he played on tv added to it. Because who doesn't love fucking doctor. He's like that's an iconic character name and face and it was born in the nineties. I feel like George clooney to me is is Is a one one pick and get them here in the second. George clooney joe george. He's the oldest one. Probably on the board right now right. I was thinking more teen but but wasn't specified. It's an. it's an arguable sansom. Yes batsmen on her. Yeah and yeah e. r. yet. Er at the up between hot and handsome because kelly would you consider him hot liberal with handsome. He's handsome. Yeah i always. I wouldn't say i was a handsome i would. He's one of those guys where it's like. Oh he's so handsome like you say that about him. I wouldn't be like dan. George clooney so high like i'd be like a handsome debonair gentleman. He's that kind of vibe for me To me both both you can he. He's so overpowering. Handsome man that. I don't necessarily think of him as like ooh like rough and rugged hot guy like i feel like it's he's not really interchangeable. I can look at a picture him and smell him when he really thinks. Smells like it's like void is like a cedar. It's like a with a pine. Maybe i could see. I like that Yeah i'm looking at pictures of them now because it's hard for me to picture him. We smoke you know. Yeah is he better look in an hour back then. Salt and pepper high. You know like now. He's got like he's got the gray haired he's very established. He's he's like billionaire with the tequila like he's he's a different kind of hot now he's also sixty years old which is heard. Yeah it's crazy. I don't think. I guess he does look. Do you think he looks sexy. I think the gray heroes. I don't sixty sounds right. You think so. I mean i like jack. Nicholson's like eighty five. Then he sounds about six. Yeah but does. If you saw a picture of him you would not be like. Oh that guy's in his sixties just looks alone jail. He was like a very good high school. basketball player. Did not now really appreciate finding out that these athletes are when i suck at everything. So thanks for saying it. George clooney carlier All right at you kinda fucked up..
Travel with Rick Steves
Exploring the Underappreciated Museums of Paris
"Let's talk about some of the museums that that i think are substantial but i think they're under appreciated What what is your take on the colonel fillet. The music have day is undergoing a big renovation. I actually haven't been there yet but it's going to be fantastic and it's a history museum. The history of paris and it has period rooms which are are very fun to walk through and just all sorts of of relics from hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years of the city's history and you explained in your book the littler museums of paris. That barron houseman actually had something to do with the creation of this collection. Or 'cause houseman. I think of as the guy who who brought parasol of these grand boulevards and all of this uniform architecture where you've got the same amount of floors in the in the nice Slate roofs and so on Did he recognize that. All this development is going to bulldoze some of the heritage of the of the city. You know it's it's funny because he is. He's really criticized for destroying medieval peres but at the same time was was looking to create a place that would preserve some of the history and that actually incorporated elements from some of the buildings. He took down in. The carnival has more items than the liuw actually. So they've got plenty to show off in that museum. Yeah their reserves are insane. There's no bench and that goes back to the sixteen hundred and they actually took over a second. It's actually now To urban mansions that are combined by little walkway. So if you want sort of. Just your quintessential kind of historical museum for paris carnival as a good one absolutely now. Another one is the museum of the middle ages museum to clooney and that's actually built on the remains of a third century. Roman bath reminding us. That peres was a roman town. Yes it it is also something that that started from a private collection like a lot of museums did and has just grown and grown and is a really special and unique place to visit and it's never crowded it's amazing to me. It's exquisite art of the middle ages. This is the museum of the middle ages in paris was so important in the middle ages. And it's right there in the in the left bank. You can walk to it in ten minutes from all the touristy stuff you do in the latin quarter
The Dan Bongino Show
Mark Zuckerberg Funded CTCL, Where out-of-State Representatives Were Getting Involved in 2020 Elections
"You hear this? Zucker Buck's story. What? Zucker Box. You know Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook. Other tech titan like Jeff Bezos, unintentional segue. Apparently, he funded an organization or As people funded an organization called the When I Get this right, the C T. C L The center for Tech and Civic Life. I love how they this name the Center for the Betterment of human beings. The CTC L the city L. C. TCL Zuckerberg Zucker Box. Pump some money into is a fascinating little enterprise here, John Solomon's website. Just the news has a fascinating piece up by Daniel Pain. If you want to read it in my newsletter today at my website, or you can just go to just the news, the headline. Is this. No business doing that. Wisconsin official says Zuckerberg funded groups seized control of the 2020 election. Out if you were to change that headline. You Trump Organization or the Koch brothers. This would be a scandal of galactic proportions like George Clooney outside of the atmosphere in the movie gravity right that it would be an intergalactic level like tha knows Level story. But because it's a story about a noted left this Mark Zuckerberg and his sight fake book and others funding these groups according to this story, Apparently, it's no big deal at all. Here. Here's what the story says. This is a quote from Wisconsin Election official. If this doesn't bake your bagels, nothing ever will. If this doesn't disturb you again, you're probably listening to the wrong show. She says. As we got closer to the November election, we found out that this outside group the C T. C L. Had come into Wisconsin. It was basically trying to redo our forms and documents that we use statewide. Uh Coming in. And these people were from out of the state and had no business doing that. So they were beginning to get involved with things. They didn't have any expertise since she continued. She also said they were working primarily. Oh, here we go with our five major Democratic base
Leadership Lifestyle Podcast
Promoting A Team Member To Customer (You Know, Firing Them)
"You have to promote a team member to customer and yeah. I guess it's a really nice way of saying you're fired or you let go and it's never easy to do no matter how righteous it is or how needed necessary. It's not fun thing to do when you think about things like the the apprentice show or we all sat there and just just couldn't wait to see who was fired next and of course it was reality. Tv wasn't really realistic. By any means. I get all of that or how the movie up in the air with george. Clooney were his job. His company that he worked for was to help other companies downsize. Could you imagine just traveling around. I know again. It's a movie but those positions were real might still be real that they pay other people to go fire people in other companies. I can't even imagine being in a company like that were. They couldn't do that on their own front about it. Can you just imagine if that's what you did. Is you traveled around ending other people's careers. You could grow yours because really firing starts with the leader in the sense of the word from the hiring process the on boarding process coaching daily. Showing your team. How to win Do you even have a structure for people who aren't performing before you just cut them. Loose is it's easy in a sense for example on a sales team because you have really hard data that's immediate. They're either hitting a sales quota or not were. Maybe some other jobs are a little harder to quantify and say is this person really effective or not so. Do you have a structure in place that really encompasses what they need to be winning in order to say. Hey you're effective. You're you're making an impact in our company or not and when you don't do that if you don't really address it because you're you're worried about. Hey who's going to do all this work or a. There's such a great person and all that other kind of stuff did you create a quinton stay mindset with a lotta people
Steven Soderbergh's 'No Sudden Move' to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
"There's a new steven soderbergh movie coming out. Oh really just assumed. There's one every month now. Accurate that is fair but i reference of course there in the question out of sight still my favorite steven soderbergh movie. And there's a reason for it. Soderbergh himself said when asked about making this movie. No sudden move which is a heist movie. The last time. I shot a movie in detroit with a great script and a great cast. Things worked out. Pretty well yeah. He made a masterpiece. This one though. Unlike out of sight is a period piece it said back in nineteen fifty five and is about a group of small time criminals who are hired to steal the documents. Seems like it's simple josh. I don't know if you've heard this before it's a heist that seems like it'll be simple And then something goes off if you want to make a move proposition for you. It's never your fault. is it offensive. Do you think i was skiing. I'm sure there's going to be some interesting socio political elements to the movie being set in detroit in the mid fifty s. A time where you know. Some of the big auto plants are starting to close. You've got this growing class and racial divide. So it's gonna be a grittier piece. It is going to be more akin to something like out of sight. Or even maybe kind of the limy versus the breezy flash of something like ocean's eleven but the cast just like with ocean's eleven is also a big big reason to see this movie and i guess clooney jack fully himself danny ocean himself was originally set to star and had to back out due to the pandemic but listen to this cast even without clooney. Don cheadle benicio del toro. Amy siamese jon hamm david harbour ray liotta karen culkin julia fox brendon. Frazier bill duke. And supposedly matt
Netflix is A Daily Joke
Taking Teenage Boys to Europe Is a Waste of Time
"Never take teenage boys to europe. It's a waste of time and money don't do it. They don't care about a statue of david. I thought it was gorgeous. They just laughed for like two hours. Balls thought it was when they as funny. We went to italy and my wife studied italian for a year so she could speak and everything. So i'm in the gym and i'm on the treadmill and it went faster. It said difficult. And i thought i can speak italian if i add vow and cop an attitude. So we're in coamo. I know we're there waiting for the boat to come. What whatever the ferry and my wife's looking trying to figure out. I asked when it's going to arrive and i just leaned in and went to both deep worked was our interpreter for a week. Because when you go on lake como every boat driver goes you like george clooney's house. They're obsessed with. George clooney pitchers in every restaurant of george so after the ten time i just yells at the guy a sick clooney. I- heard him under his breath. Go bungee folk into bucci. We went to rome. Okay so roma's unbelievable i. We were in the roman coliseum and my wife and i are having the time of our life its history. Its role my god. My son eighteen the time. No exaggeration literally said this. Is this really much our gonna.
"clooney" Discussed on Daily Pop
"This random guy. And we're basically best friends now but don't take my word for it. Just ask him. Do i recommend hanging out with george clooney. No i do not. I guess. I forgot how strange people could be q. Believe a mall wanted me to throw this away throwing this out no way man the whole video so cute and if you're the winter what is the first question you ask george in a mall. How'd you tame that'd beef. I mean not that. George clooney was like a wild as but he was free and he was out in the streets. And if you don't know what these streets me call your your favorite black person and ask them. What does this mean when you're out in the streets a lot of times we always say like you can't change your man you can't you know. Stop a man for being who he is but it seems like when they intersected it was that we saw this whole new side aclu so it kind of gives me. Oh i know all feel. I would love to hear her perspective because she may he may have just been so head over heels for her from the beginning she may have just been like it. Wasn't that hard basically. He was just pursuing me. Like crazy and it is what it is. It wouldn't even talk to george. I would talk to her. I would like to hear the truth. Just tell the stories who pursued who what happened and bitches just like what you say. Oh i just kept calling. He warned me out he wore me down. I feel as though she. She seems full lawless to me. Like perfect in every way doesn't have anything bad and i wanna know georgia's gonna say like non she. She's gross. you should see her toenails. Are you should probably tell you gross. You'll probably tell you. I think when you call people perfect and you you project and you think they're so perfect. They are the first people to be like no. That's too much to live up to. I'm actually not that perfect. This is what i look like on a normal day. I think she really is a normal woman. I never put that pressure on her. Yeah well she's perfect. I will lead those why you don't bring me all the way over to italy and then put me in a hotel. That's what he said. Then you invite me dinner for no small gathering whatever. It was applying. All the way across jal house wasn't sure. Stay at the house and you wanna snoop around. It wasn't cheap. Whatever money i put in to win the bed a win. Whatever it's called it's gonna be by twenty thousand dollars. The nicest hotel got problems grain. And we're gonna have breakfast lunch and dinner back in the masters you guess rule. Thank you too all right george. Better watch his back. Because jody turner smith just admitted her friends rated joshua jackson's closet when they first started dating she also told seth meyers their relationship started with a one night. Stand when i first met my husband which it was kind of we had a one night. Stand wear enough to three years one night stand and he had invited me to stay at his apartment when he was not that and it was my birthday and i brought a bunch of my girlfriends that was a rating of the closet. And i know that one of these friends of mine stole his late night with seth meyers shirts. I see yeah so he told me that. I have to shot there. You go thank god. Because i went home. Empty-handed really uncomfortable. I saw them one morning having breakfast. And joshua jackson was. I didn't know at the time who jody turner who is now like my favorite person alive and they were walking and all i could think was you get that because you know it's like a shack night and you weren't supposed to sleep there but like now you have his t shirt on jeans and now you're gonna comfortably walking nighttime shoes in the daytime in the east village are fast and they say okay. Yes i've been there off. That was probably three years ago when they first started dating. I may have seen them going to that first breakfast after that one night one night stay never know what still the t shirts you got a baby to. She got the waiting okay. One night stand turn into more back a lot of times. I think people are sexual beings and if he talked a lot of couples a lot of gay couples. I should say a lot of times. The sexual attraction is the most important to them. So if you have a one night stand with somebody and you're into them sexually okay. Let me try this again. Let me go there again. Okay let's get deeper in conversation. I don't think it's a bad thing. If that's your priority in life. Well i don't think he really is. I don't think it's that. I think it has to be a priority. I think sometimes when if the chemistry is undeniable and and it's and it's hot and it's like enjoy that moment and then you never know like if i turn into something i'm not opposed to giving it a shot. I think if it feels right it'll feel right for the both of you hopefully And and i trust your instincts on those things because if it doesn't feel right if you think this is the kind of guy that's gonna literally wake up in the morning or sneak. Sneak out in the middle of the night and trust your instincts on that. But sometimes i guess sometimes we can be wrong but sometimes you might be right and you might wake up and it turns into a marriage never think it has everything to do with chemistry. You have a one night stand. Not that i've ever had it because my father's watching in house last night i believe is a chemistry thing. I think one nine. Like i said if you if you're with a one nice day and then you end up saying let's go to breakfast then you know there's something there and then it goes on because usually a one night stand is if that's what you're in it for it's like hey you know what matter of fact there is no cuddling. You gotta go. Waiting on comes up. I don't need to see you bridesmaids when she wakes up and he's like you're still here cross before that happens to me before i just want to say for the record. We're having a one night stand. It's probably gonna turn into tonight. Sam because they always come back. That's what apple. Wait a minute. There's somebody actually you're still here. You know what. Let me tell you. I used to hook up with this guy kind of getting personal about this. I use to hook up with this guy. Every friday we called him downtown. Stephen brown wasn't is ronin. And i would go to friday's first of all clear up this. Why wasn't we was it. A group hooking up with somebody on thursday branded flavor. That was yeah. So i would go to downtown stephen brown house every friday we would have. We'd have cocktails. We would hang out. We would watch a movie. And then we would netflix's at jail. And then after the chiller he would exactly he would start in his bed brushing his teeth turning online and at first i was like ooh. What are you doing at twenty five years old. I'm like what are you doing. How rude of you now. That i'm thirty three years old. I get it. I want my space. I don't sleep well with somebody next to me. So i ll doing the kicking out. I don't know if that's like a male thing like thing. Because i have a guy did that to me and was like me out rushing me out..
George Clooney: World's Worst Pandemic Roommate
"Brace yourselves. y'all george clooney is inviting you to his lake como house. He's also minute brad. Pitt is causing trouble for him. At a mall so georgia's teaming up amazed to raise money for his clinic. Foundation and one lucky winner will score trip to lake como to have dinner with george and amal at their house but before you enter the contest be ward. george is being called. The world's worst pandemic roommate the sooners. This pandemic is over you to come celebrate with a mall in me at our house in late. Have you over to our place a little get together now. One of my favorite things about meeting new people is that you never know when a lifelong friendship is going to blossom. In fact by total dumb luck. I actually ended up spending most of last year stuck rooming with this random guy. And we're basically best friends now but don't take my word for it. Just ask him. Do i recommend hanging out with george clooney. No i do not. I guess. I forgot how strange people could be q. Believe a mall wanted me to throw this away throwing this out no way man the whole video so cute and if you're the winter what is the first question you ask george in a mall. How'd you tame that'd beef. I mean not that. George clooney was like a wild as but he was free and he was out in the streets. And if you don't know what these streets me call your your favorite black person and ask them. What does this mean when you're out in the streets a lot of times we always say like you can't change your man you can't you know. Stop a man for being who he is but it seems like when they intersected it was that we saw this whole new side aclu so it kind of gives me. Oh i know all feel. I would love to hear her perspective because she may he may have just been so head over heels for her from the beginning she may have just been like it. Wasn't that hard basically. He was just pursuing me. Like crazy and it is what it is.
George Clooney reveals wife Amal doesn't like his ladies' man 'ER' character
"Everyone loves dr doug. Ross george clooney's character on er except one. His wife evolve george on the smart list. Podcast and says a mall started watching the show and she is not impressed by his characters being such a ladies man. She's also not that impressed by georgian general. He says it's not her style to get star struck.
The Big Picture
The Eddie Murphy Hall of Fame
"Are joined by van leith in the cost of higher learning and eddie murphy expert to break down the career. One of the greats. What what i what. I what i was going on with guys hanging in there excited to talk about eddie. We're gonna do a hall of fame here so for the folks out there who have never heard hall of fame episode very briefly. Break down what we do on these episodes. We have built halls of fame for tom. Hanks roger deakins. Nancy meyers toshiro buffoon. A monster movies and most recently george clooney. So it's time for eddie. What we doing we build. A hall is ten films from a career. No more no less. He's got forty movies so we got a lot to talk about here. I'm going to start with this. Amanda eddie murphy. What do you think. I think of multiple eddie. Murphy's i think of a lot of characters all in one movie. This is going to be interesting van. I'm really excited to talk to you about all of these because i've been listening to unsurprisingly. There are a lot of rewatch ables movies. Eddie murphy movies on rewatch bulls and i was listening to some of them in. You're on several of them. And you know i had that podcast thing where you want to respond to the person but you know it's a podcast so now you're here and it's a privilege to get to talk to you but for me eddie murphy is a little bit of. It's a generational cork for me. Because i am just. I think a little bit more than both of you and so i became kind of like movie aware movie sentient like mid nineties. Nine hundred ninety five nine hundred ninety six. And i've done a lot of catch up but if you become aware of movies in the mid nineties that means that the first eddie murphy. You get the nutty professor and then milan. And then shrek. I saw shrek in theaters. Not above it. So you know at that point. He's like the elder statesmen of comedy super established. Like i knew the beverly hills cop steam song and dance to it while before i saw it but kind of understanding him as like family eddie murphy and then catching up on everything else. Interesting chronological or not chronological murphy. Experience for me. Then you want to do your history with eddie. I know you are been living with him for a long time. Yes i have been So i hambur what year this was and i don't wanna insult my parents. Every time i mentioned my parents. I get some minor detail wrong and then i have to hear about it into along to our phone call. Your parents listen airpods today. Let's no your show's. I wish they wouldn't but that's nice. Yeah i wish they would but they My father was taking me to see a movie. We were all going to the movies but this time we were breaking it off like my father was taking me to see one of the superman movies. It's either three or four and my sister. My grandmother my mother went to see beverly hills cop two and this was my first experience with with with seeing people so jazz to see a movie because they went this way. Like we went to the superman franchise. I fell off by that point so we went this way and they go this way when they go this way. They're all of these people over there. And i'm like daddy i wanna go over here and he's i know that's too old for you. We're gonna go watch superman. And i say that because that's the moment that i actually became movie sentient by. That's the start of it. That's like what are these people into. Before that i can't tell you when i i kind of became aware of eddie murphy. Because he's like michael jackson in the sense that there was never a time. I wasn't aware of him. I was born in nineteen eighty so by the time. I start getting Information downloaded into me eddie. Murphy's a part of that he's like a part of that thing but the first time. I realized that this guy isn't just a do that. I see on tv or the guy that that he is. The biggest thing in the world is what i saw. People excited to go for it felt. So that's my that's my memory of him and it's not even necessarily what you might call one of his mega classics like beverly hills. Cop two was the event that you can remember that says a lot. And that's eighty seven net says a lot about where we were with. Eddie he was kind of in the middle of i. There are very few movie star runs in the history of movies like the one he had in the eighties. The rise to fame which starts on. Tv i guess tom hanks Robin williams maybe In terms of just successful movies maybe will in there but those movies weren't weren't quite the same as well. what is there were talking about. It's really remarkable when you think about it. There's no like they're not like high concepts with willa was like he needed to be punching an alien in the face to get to this level and like eddie movies are just like it's especially in the eighty s. Eddie is just running around doing stuff. That's that is what this movie is. He's he's being harassed whether he's a cop or he's a convict fresh outta jail or if he's a guy off the street who gets taken into financial institution like it's just it's entirely built around his persona and his sense of humor which is is unusual. We don't see that very much. These
Jim Bissell - We Create Dreamscapes Pt.2 - The Midnight Sky - burst 07
"But but andrew had the script he says i want you to read. It gave me confessions of a dangerous mind. And i thought i love my favorite script at. I thought this tastic project. And i told him. Yeah i did. And so you know. Months later irene. Where he's up in montreal and bryan singer's directing it and francois's against danica get a call from him France wants to again just really can't stomach bryan singer in like him up and replace who's really good designer incident. Oh yeah yeah definitely. And but but what was happening was. He was giving absolutely no feedback for brian. At all ryan was locked inside his room. Doing it so do research. So so i went up and it was five weeks from shooting and there was like one hundred. Fourteen sets locations three sets. Three locations have been picked and no designs approved. We did audit. And i knock on. Brian store outside. It's brian you know. He said i can't talk right now. I said that's fine until you on the day shooting. I'll walk you through my thoughts. Were you could shoot it that way or you know. We're going to go ahead and start picking up things and Do is so we were our little butts off for a week and a half and then all of the account it is distinguished fellow. Very honorable man comes up to be with that all below full of cash. He said you have not been paid yet. This is all you're gonna get take it. Do you have your return trip ticket. He said use it because something was something was wrong. Something is very amiss financing of project cash cash dollars so back to la with his wife full of cash and don't hear anything from anybody for months. And then i get a call manjoo again he goes. I think i've got george clooney interested in doing the movie. Confessions thought a woopsie deal just hollywood's vanity project for some bobble headed right. We'll be right. I was so pissed off and andrew so proudly said and he's agreed to meet with you. And i was like de do he's with me. Yup i went over to george his house and started talking with him a lot. And i gotta say blew me out of water. It was so knowledgeable he was he understood the material so well is ideas were incredible and his death and knowledge of film was just i had. No idea was so smart and so capable and Just amazing and i was supercharged. I walked out. I walked out at his house. He got into my car. And i was walking onto to disappear. Never been that excited about a project and And then we did the whole thing and never wants to enthusiasm flag. I mean we had so much fun doing that show and we disobey really complicated very ambitious stuff. Oh yeah
The Cruz Show On Demand
Why Kendall Jenner's tequila is being criticized
"Let's move onto kendall jenner and her tequila. Yes yes that's the man that's the on. Let me see. Let me see if i got this tweet. The tweet basically said that went viral was on a meeting. My laptop jenner's tequila is called eight. One eight directs. So yeah so. The streets said kendall jenner starting to heal brand with zero knowledge of on mexican culture and colony eight when they think is gentrification the eight one eight does not claim calabasas. What about those smaller family owned mexican tequila scholar brands. They deserve the hype. And so now the tweet that went viral. That i did see. So the issue is the fact that she's naming the eight. She's really not funny when she's from calabasas which is like the rich part of the when he was also probably lived in. Encino on again is the rich part of the day when eight valley super super valley. But it's been terrible of our above. There is a little bit different situation financially. Ya but see years you bring up a good point. Let the tweet said. Why don't we give the attention to the mom and pop brands. And that's so true like white. Why don't we warming because we like what we like to think. A companies have done better job making better tequila branding. It better But do i am. I offended as a mexican offended. That kendall is starting to a meal chettle speaking. I'm not offended. You gotta look at it like this to. I'm sure the people producing the la are from cadiz. Go so right. Yeah so that in a way she's generating jobs down in mexico more. Holly i mean it's taken from the mexican heritage but she's also financially given given to the people in a way i mean they're working for but you look at george clooney right. What does he cuss amigos. First of all people love to hate the card ashes number one number two eight one eight probably pissed people off so you know that's the thing that she has some strikes against her and that's what's helping. You would also sucks though. I'll say this. I don't think people were coming at the rock. They coming at george kalonzo weather coming at for brand only female. That's another way that. I i see what you're saying. I see why it within a female though. It's the cardiac. I think more than right leslie. I am dj for them. And i know you're going to play you know you're going to be polite here. But other people love to hate on them right. Oh yeah absolutely. Like they have to really. It's like they're walking on eggshells almost the questions. They just have to be very careful. Which is why i think they should have probably thought of the name a little bit more. You know but then again who's to say like like you said jeff. They grew up in the eight one eight. It wasn't. It wasn't the hoodie way. But it was still the eight one eight personally. I don't have a problem with it. I would have done more research on the name and she could've done like all the sisters together like you know named it. Four sisters done that in spanish lot. Cut akilah yeah. I like that would have been cool. I hope that when she campaigns for this tech you can talk when she campaigns for this tequila. I hope that she incorporates. The real eight one eight campaign you know like like panorama city point did all those cities and so more in san fernando. Panorama city pajama friggin. A north hollywood is where i was born so like i just really really hope that that she she you know incorporates the actual culture the actual mexican culture and eight when he culture in her campaign by the way the keillor's produced by gopher essay are the seven distillery. And how these again. She's providing jobs in a way. And and and i guess taking from us as mexicans culture right but i tequila that grew and kendall at you need some models for your camp pay the cruise show including you. Got the crucial baby girl. We will do sponsorship right here.
"clooney" Discussed on Daily Pop
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"clooney" Discussed on Daily Pop
"That situation. You probably a lesbian probably just dated so many track cashman. I girl i did. I was like this is the best man ever had. Look for what it's worth. I think the pandemic has cost people to do some pretty crazy things and act in a not normal way and i think being sequestered with cove it at your in-laws house when you just kind of medicine mati is a hard thing. Do so living with my mother-in-law in orange county my drive me a little crazy. No is it that they're not acting normal or is this the person they actually are in the cameras on around for them to put on a facade and you actually have to bring back the layers because for me co bid was. Who are you really. What can you really with not having to go to work. Not having to do this and getting pulled from all different kinds of correct directions. He was in the midst of that family whale raven. Come on. come on ask you a question asking we all have a lo- craziness we bury that crazy. Somebody knocks on crazies door. We opened up the crazy. So i just think someone knocked on that door. She was ready. Hey came out and you can't let her back in once you let the jail she to go back here on seattle out here. Here is another story for you. Okay where is the line when it comes to over sharing with your partner because a guy on read it thinks his girlfriend cross did she will not stop talking about the guy. She slept with during her hope. As and it's making him uncomfortable. Yeah i'd say i rule of obeys. Don't talk about apple because you know what you know. Why because if we're in a relationship and you're telling me about your face you're.
George Clooney Recalls the Day He Was Drunk on Set of One Fine Day
"Okay. We have to talk about george clooney and his crazy drunken confession. It all went down on varieties actors on actors series. Clooney did an interview with his one. Fine day co star michelle pfeiffer and. They reminisced about a time. George showed up to set drunk. I woke up. And i like the alarm like five thirty in the morning and five in the morning i feel okay and then i looked in the still to this set and we wanted to. The trail has set down at your beagle watt. We're going to work today. You see where we we did. A wonder where you and i are talking back and forth to each other and i kept trying to spray like whatever mouse i think i smelled like a distillery. That sucks that that has happened. You know that happens says because we get like last minute shoots not so much now during the pandemic the back whatever life was normal and it was like oh justin can't make it. Can you go to this red carpet and you really unhappy. I'm sure i'll try to swing by seven o'clock wing. It sometimes your best interviews though lit drink on fridays. sometimes those are shows
First Morning News
George Clooney tries to save humanity in 'The Midnight Sky'
"Only famous bearded guy here for the holidays. Check out two new movies this weekend. Netflix is the midnight sky, directed by and starring George Clooney as a whisker wearing scientist in the year 2049. He's at an Arctic research bases. The world ends trying to contact a NASA space ship to tell them to turn around and find a new home for humanity. The film is thoughtful and occasionally thrilling. When Clooney finds using alone, it has mystery, but it lacks emotion, which stops the three star Midnight sky from lighting up. Meanwhile, news of the world that's like theaters and undermanned in January stars Tom Hanks is a post civil war traveler who reads newspapers to local folks when he meets an abandoned young girl who doesn't speak English to have to cross Texas to safety, even with facial hair that Hank's twinkle is there and the four star news of the world leads to a powerful place. The W O R movie minute I'm Joe Neumeier. Everyday
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George Clooney tries to save humanity in chilly apocalyptic drama 'The Midnight Sky'
"Out today. Clooney stars in it and directed it, And he plays a scientist trying to warn a returning astronaut crew that most of humanity has been wiped out while they were gone. The midnight sky is currently streaming on Netflix. Now here's Here's My Question for you. Here we are in the
Popcorn with Peter Travers
George Clooney, 'The Midnight Sky'
"A movie out right now that you've got to see called the midnight sky which my guest today george clooney directed co produced and stars in. I don't know what the actors thought of him. We'll find out some other time. Just this is the seven time you've done this so by now you're probably just impossible. I'm hard. I'm hard to live with in general here that we can al everywhere. Not as it's bad everywhere the but you know you've done a movie that would you call it science fiction or you call it something else. It really is about people who are long with the darren. Space is not many people up there five of them and you're down there in the arctic with this little girl and there's not much but it's still a movie about connection in a time where we can't make any. It's like really hard to get outside of our bubbles. So what inspired you to do this well. Initially i liked the idea of talking about you know the story about what man is capable of doing to mankind. You know and that's destroy your f- you know you and i grew up in the same basic era. Where was a week figured at some point. There be an exchange between the soviet union in the united states. And we'd all be gone duck and cover drills and that was it so we bomb was falling. Yeah it wasn't if but when we lived with movies like fail safe for Or you know on the beach when we reference in this film with the idea that you know it's not impossible and all those elements are still possible. There's other ways we could do it. Blow a hole in the atmosphere. You know base some of the shots of outside earth on Up the satellite shots of the burning of california. You know so. There's a lot of ways we could sort of blow this and so i thought that was a really interesting story to be talking about. We wrapped in february shooting and then we started to go to work in the other world. Which is you know the the post production world and we were shut down and everybody had to go home and suddenly it became really clear that That that that this world that we were in suddenly was about our inability to be near the people we loved and talk to people close to the people we loved and unfortunately he became less and less of a fiction. You know along the way you know a lot of people when they see this movie right away. They're gonna look at that beer now. You know. I've heard that you grew that thing. Did you know it self. I couldn't stop it at some point in going. Yeah has its own instagram account. Now i started it in the summer. And just let it go. You know the guys who live in the arctic you know most of them have a beer. Just protect your face so that made sense. And then i lose weight because he's dying which wasn't fun if he's like thirty five you know as an actor. I'll be sixty years not so easy you know. That's not as easy to use to be to do all that stuff. But but that's when you eat could have kept that beard for christmas so you could have been santa for the kids with the kids. Would the funny thing is my daughter. Hated it of but my son loved it. And i would go to work and i'd find a piece of half a popsicle sticks stuck in my beard that he like stuffed in it and stuff so i was. I was happy to get rid of it. Quite honestly it was it was. It was a pain but when you do a movie like this when you say. I'm going to make a movie that is about. They like to use the words like dystopia and yet it's not a hopeless movement. It's not a movie that says we're so screwed. We can't really come back from any of this. I was like the idea of redemption. You know this is a really. This is a story about a regret and deep regret and how badly and how toxic that can be and how deeply you one needs redemption and if you get redemption the matter sort of what other things are going on in the world. That's a. It's a big important part of this and there is hope in this. There is the idea that you know. We may not all get out of it. You know alive but will get out of it as humankind intact in some way. You know that that the fight this this this struggle that we're doing a on earth is worth it you know and i think that that's always important to have in the in the back of your mind you know as opposed to On the beach where it's just like well we blew it and that's it and it was tale
Colleen and Bradley
George Clooney reacts to Tom Cruise rant: 'I understand why he did it'
"Who's your D bag today? Colleen? His name is Jorge Clooney or E George, including Jorge Clooney. His name is George Clooney. Ah, horny. Why is Mr Clooney your d bag to day because he has inserted himself into the Tom cruise yelling at his staff. Story. Which, by the way, I don't know why I call it his staff because it's not technically his staff. It is the production crew on the movie upon which he is Working and is the star of But they're not employed by him. I understand that. That's a complicated thing to say. But it doesn't matter. Here's the deal. Okay. Bring everybody up to speed. Bradley. What happened on the set of mission impossible with Homos cruise. So Tom Cruise? Um Yelled and berated. Uh, Crew members from the set of Mission. Impossible Mission. Impossible. 300. I don't know what number do I think it's like Thunder 27. That rant was recorded. Um, And in the rant, he not only berates the employees individually and uses strong language. He's verbally abusive essentially to these people that apparently happened more than once. But the Recording of that went viral. Which led to everybody doing the thing that they do, which is have opinions about it. And it's Tom Cruise, and he is a complicated individual, controversial for one very specific reason Church of Scientology and that has created sort of a firestorm of a new story for the last 48 hours. So, um George Clooney was a guest on Howard Stern on Wednesday and he was asked about this episode. Um And George Clooney. I don't know. I feel like there would have been well, doesn't matter. Here's what he said. I'm not going to judge what he should have done. I would have done something different doesn't matter. Here's what George Clooney DiDio. Quote. He didn't overreact because it was a problem. I have a friend who's an A D on another TV show who had just this almost the exact same thing happened with not quite as far out a response. I wouldn't have done it that big. This is George Clooney talking I wouldn't have, you know, pulled people out. You're in a position of power. It's tricky, right? You do ever responsibility for everyone else, and he's absolutely right about that. And you know if the production goes down, a lot of people lose their jobs, people have to understand that and have to be responsible. It's just not my style to, you know, take everyone to task that way. So