28 Burst results for "Cumberbatch"
"cumberbatch" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And a half $1 million I'm Sarah Bartlett Saturday Night Live is returning tomorrow evening The program took a break after lizzo hosted and performed on April 16th the series will begin wrapping up its 47th season tomorrow with actor Benedict Cumberbatch as host and Canadian rock band arcade fire as the musical guest I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet At Bloomberg world headquarters a down Friday at jobs Friday and another losing week for the Dow down 6 weeks in a row the S&P and NASDAQ are both down 5 weeks in a row Patrick Armstrong is with wealth He says stock markets are not far away from a bottom I think we're pretty close to sort of PEEP fear here We've got inflation running at 8 and a half percent and we've got an inflation report next week which I think is going to show a fairly sharp deceleration in inflation and markets already expecting interest rates to go all the way up to three and a half percent which is very very aggressive Patrick Armstrong of today the jobs report front and center with hiring advancing at a robust pace in April non farm payrolls up 428,000 last month Joni Bailey is chief workforce analyst at employ bridge It was a strong report better than expected and it's great to see that we're still having job creation Joni Bailey of employ bridge The extreme competition for workers has driven up wages at a rapid pace in recent months Jeff Rosenberg is senior portfolio manager at BlackRock financial management The story remains the same very strong labor market on certainty as to whether or not we're going to see the pressure come off on wages Jeff Rosenberg of BlackRock After earnings Under Armour down 25.9% today Zillow plunged 4.35% The S&P dropped 23 points ending the week at 41 23 down 6 tenths of 1% down Jones Industrial average down 98 points down three tenths of 1% NASDAQ down another 173 down by 1.4% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pellet This is Bloomberg Bloomberg wealth is brought to you by Bank of America For insights so impressive you can't stop getting smarter visit Bank of America dot com slash smarter What would you like the power to do Bank of America NA member FDIC.
"cumberbatch" Discussed on Thought Bar
"You're talking about a hyper nerdy concept. Of steampunk. Yes. Set in a time period that people do not fuck with at all. So I was like, it's just got the double negative in it. And I think it was the thing of like, how they kind of play, they were very, it was very Tarantino esque. It was Tarantino as for sure. And it was like, I think audiences just wasn't ready for that. The acting was a bit corny. But overall, I was like, this concept is actually pretty fly. You know what? But I'm not here to redeem wow I was 'cause I'm not going to die on that sword. I'm just saying give it another damn consideration. Give it another shot. Give it 'cause I mean, you're talking about a time that time period where he could do no wrong. Like, could you imagine being that good? Could you imagine even just being like, I did Independence Day, then I ran it back and was like, you know what? Aliens again, Men in Black. And they're like, and then they say, you know, I'm just like former slave who is fighting this neo confederate guy. What was he? I understand a lot of people. Absorbed because of the time. That's a lot. Do you understand the cost of just saying you ain't understanding us? I understand. No, I'm just saying. I remember seeing it and it was actually one of the few movies I've seen in my pops. Yeah. And he was just like, he hated it walking out the moon. But anyway, I had to get that to go down there, right behind him. Give that boy a goddamn mask. That's what I'm telling y'all right now. So I'll say this. So this is up against Javier Bardem from being the Ricardo's. I see that he should beat him. Okay, Benedict Cumberbatch and The Power of the Dog. I haven't seen that yet, but it is Benedict Cumberbatch. No, man, to me, it's like, give it to will. You give it to will it. Andrew Garfield in tick tick boom. Oh, that's gonna be his one that he gonna have to. Well, he got two. So this next one, and I haven't seen this one, but I've heard very good things about it, is Denzel from the tragedy of Macbeth. Nah, man. You give it to will. You don't give Denzel too? Come on now. If you ask yourself, he gonna say, give it to my boy. If you ask Denzel to go say, give it to me, give it to my voice. Yeah, no, yeah. He's gonna have his hands full with Andrew Garfield and tick tick boom. Just because that's one of those ones. I mean, you just cumberbatch, I feel like cumberbatch..
"cumberbatch" Discussed on Cinemavino
"He's kind of an idiot. Yeah, yeah. But he's only a bank robber. The great thing about shockers that he's BC level villain, he doesn't want to stick around and fight. He's just looking for a leg up to rob a bank. He just wants money. Yeah. Well, blue collar Bill. Yeah, same. But I think they handled the rogues gallery very well in this movie. I think it was a good balance of showing off the characters. Showing off their powers, but also seeing the human side of it. Trying to solve for each of these characters arcs, which they don't really go into what is going to happen when they go back into their universe as like redeemed even though they were plucked out presumably right before they died or after death. That was really like at what point do they get plucked out of their universe and where do they go back? Yeah. Well, they both Doc ock and electro remembered like dying. They're like, yeah, but I was having and then I was about to capture. Oh, shit. I think I died. Yeah. Yeah. So I don't know what happens. Yeah. Is Tom hall and doing all this just to immediately kill them? Yeah, to send them back right when they think that's where the plot gets a little thin is like, why is he doing all this? This is a lot of work for what ultimately ends up being nothing. And that's what I think this whole movie which I kind of liked, but I get what you're saying like, did they focus on his character? They were like, this is like the true Peter Parker, whatever's he's always carrying, loving, like, wasn't, but he's also a lot of works for low snakes. Yeah, and he was like, we're just making we're making you love. Peter Parker. Yeah. And it was like, and they did. I was like, they did it very well, but yeah, you think you're like, oh, man, he's like, I'm gonna save you guys. See you later. It was like an off you go. And it was just like, yeah, we saved ya. I was like, you're all better now. Go back to your world where everybody hates you. It was just like, see ya. So I thought they hyped up having a sinister 16 for so long. I kept thinking there was going to be a 6 one. Obviously, that would have been at the very end that just didn't show up. So that was the one I kept counting on. I was like, no, no, you only got 5. All right, cool. I guess that's presumably mysterious in the center 6, right? Yes. But I thought we were going to find out. Either Mysterio wasn't dead. I thought we were going to get some of the Tom Holland's own villains like vulture, or at the very least, either shocker would come back in some way, or they had teased scorpion in the after credits of homecoming. But I kept thinking that we were going to get a 6th somehow in there, that one that had slipped through the cracks and obviously it was veteran at the end that didn't even really show up. The other thing I want to talk about though that came well, it was a great team up movie with Doctor Strange in this. I love Benedict Cumberbatch. Yeah. Even though they had to, well, he's sorcer supreme, or at least not..
Spider-Man: No Way Home Review
"Eventually. What else do we have to see, sunny? Well, so the big movie out this weekend, and the big movie of the year really is Spider-Man: No Way Home. I mean, this movie is going to be an enormous enormous hit. I thought yesterday with a packed house at the Alamo drafthouse near me, audience loved it. Spider-Man, no way home, of course, our Spider-Man, it's got Tom Holland as Spider-Man. And if folks remember the end of the last movie, his identity had been revealed to the world by J Jonah Jameson who was playing a kind of Alex Jones like figure kind of conspiracy theorist, doing a very funny, very funny turn by J. K. Simmons. But this movie picks up right where that one left off. So everybody knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, Spider-Man and Peter Parker. He's got to try and figure out a way to get the world to forget about him and he turns to Doctor Strange, who has played by Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Cumberbatch, cashless spell that tries to reverse the race the knowledge that Peter Parker is Spider-Man from. Yeah, Doctor Strange should be smarter than this. You would think. He was warned not to cast the spell by his assistant slash sorcerer, the new sorcerer supreme Benedict Wong. And he does it anyway. He cast the spell in it. It messes up the very fabric of reality, villains from previous iterations of Spider-Man movies start pouring into Tom Holland's Spider-Man's universe, the green goblin, doctor octopus, the lizard electro. Hello, Peter. That's a great trailer, by the way. Hello. It's a really good trailer. I'm not giving away anything that's not in the trailer. I'm careful not to either. These are no spoilers here, really. And Peter's got to get Peter's got to get them back to their universe. That's all I'll say about that about a lot.
"cumberbatch" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Marketed towards viewers They also cracked down on fraud with several influencers and agencies accused of selling fake products and inflating sales figures earning them fines and bands from using streaming platforms But the biggest impact could come from regulations linked to Beijing's common prosperity drive As part of the initiative to reshape Chinese society authorities had cracked down on the culture of celebrity putting at risk one of the key pillars of the industry success For now it's business as usual But Bloomberg intelligence says that any potential fallout can't be quantified until regulations are clarified Single day posting a record 84 and a half $1 billion in sales and could serve as an indication about what holiday shopping looks like this season globally joining us for more Boulevard's chief north Asia correspondent Steven engel Steven What's your big takeaway That's a big number It is a big number and there was a lot of uncertainty this year because of the regulatory scrutiny obviously that Alibaba has been under for the last year and you know Jack Ma's a showman but he has been off the stage out of the public eye for the better part of this year And we really didn't know you know what impact that would have Because you and I have covered singles day together I think about 6 years ago we were in Beijing together covering it It is quite a show you know Taylor Swift and all the celebrity This year they took the high gloss out a little bit and went more low key They did not necessarily want to have that big electronic telethon like tally of gross merchandise value racking up every second billions and billions and billions of dollars in oh look Jack Ma's getting even more rich more influential more powerful So they kind of did away with that and focused more on promoting some philanthropic endeavors and aid to the rural and the poor and there's going to be actually a lot of costs associated with that according to Bloomberg intelligence but less gliss glitz and glamour no offense to Benedict Cumberbatch who is a celebrity there this year but you know he's no Daniel Craig right So you know they toned it down a little bit no Nicole Kidman no Daniel Craig no Taylor Swift but again a big shopping number It's a big shot in the arm for Alibaba Big shot in the arm for confidence in the consumer in China Tell us about the role of influencers you know even if Benedict Cumberbatch isn't quite Daniel Craig and influencers in the future of ecommerce where it seems to be even more advanced in China than in other parts of the world Yeah I mean KOLs key opinion leaders are critical in Chinese Internet And now as we just saw in that package you know shocking product But again it comes at a time of common prosperity and you know this notion of celebrity has been kind of knocked down a peg a little bit by some verbiage coming from Beijing authority So it's a delicate balance for sure but as we can see when you get a key opinion leader a celebrity shocking toothpaste or lip gloss or whatever it pushes product Not that we didn't need to have more incentive to buy products because look at that big record number on singles day But again it adds to the sales numbers Meantime Chinese tech stocks killing it right now Dee Dee as well relaunching its apps Curious what you make of this given all of the scrutiny from Beijing on you know not just Alibaba but Dede and so many Chinese tech companies Look there's been a confluence of headwinds regulatory and economic and due to the coronavirus in the Chinese economy And all coming kind of at once So there's been regulatory crackdowns not only on big tech but on insurance obviously FinTech obviously on gaming Obviously on property at a time when Xi Jinping as well just solidified his power base his mandate that the plenum This was a highly charged political year in China and he was solidifying his grip on that power and his control of what he thought was an out of control economy to in certain areas Monopolistic behavior on the part of Alibaba some fines against them Didi is an interesting one as well because authorities were absolutely furious when Dee Dee kind of ignored recommendations if you want to call it that from authorities and went ahead with that IPO in June in New York And did not necessarily have all the cybersecurity reviews necessary They had their apps taken down from China and there's a new report and that's why now that the plenum is over and the relaxation in property relaxation a little bit here and there There's a report from Reuters at least saying that didi might be getting their apps back up online in China by the end of the year They could be facing a big fine like Alibaba did but again getting those apps back up online is why there's a big boost to Dede sentiment right now All right Steven engel joining us on this very early morning in Hong Kong Steven always good to have you Thank you for joining us And that does it for this edition of Bloomberg technology Make sure you tune in tomorrow when we're going to be joined by open doors CFL Carrie Wheeler also the CEO of amplitude and Spencer skates as well as this CEO of air table I'm Emily Chang San Francisco This is Bloomberg.
"cumberbatch" Discussed on The White Book
"Next l. We're at what if yeah man. You're our transition guys expecting. I was what if i read. I read late. Highlight headline and my mind ran off a thousand directions. It's it'll come up later though cobb so we didn't talk about the end of what if and then what if a crossover of all the other episodes afoot if and i did not enjoy in any way i thought it was fine Not as strong of an ending. As i expected plus the kind of open some doors i think by depositing the one black widow in two different universe plus they opened some weird doors with vision altron And his infinity stones working in different universes and outside that universe and things that the local show led us to believe couldn't happen So yeah it didn't bother making sense it it. The stakes steaks are always like super bowl when the israeli but like doing what if like it was almost like what if these steaks mattered and just it it fell apart for me and there was never like unless i'm missing an episode and other light episode for like the first two it was just darkness darkness. Well the party for though party order episode recorders. The way through was pretty. That's fair it was. I just thought it was so dumb. That i didn't enjoy it but that's where it was late Like i was not rooting for frat boy. Thor right like. I thought it was fine. Like i didn't love him i like. I don't desperately wanna see more of him. But did i do with or though so well. That's true. I just don't care for for a lot offer but i mean like they already went dark thor movies so there's not like most of the happy worth like what if what if has survived. That's lot appier. Fill the normally normal. What if what if always ends up in like a lot of the time is up in like dark stories. Right like always. What if the good thing that happened at the end of the superhero story didn't happen was actually a bad thing. Yeah that's true and liked tedious. Maybe that's why like exiles more the more the alternate universes that the exiles showed off or more would things got weird not necessarily dark like like drastically different so a lot of my problem with what if has traditionally been in comics has been that they try and shove like these giant twelve issue arcs into one episode or one. Sorry issue and the comic. What if this our tv show. What if jesus The tv show would have had very much the same problem where like it was like. Here's what's enough to fill like three hours eight forty minutes. Now you've killed any possible building. Most of us could have for that is previously For like the ip and like. That doesn't do anything for me like i. I don't know if you could make a what have crossover work for me. But even if you could that was not how i mean really doctor. Strange was the only only piece of that crossover that mattered right. Probably going to be in the next doctor. Strange movie if would make sense. I think probably is fairly strong. I think he may be. I mean yeah whether there was a moment when cumberbatch was doing interviews He did like two or three over zoom. They didn't show his face because he said it would be a spoiler for current project so that led to a lot of speculation for people that he changed his facial hair..
"cumberbatch" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo
"I'm at my husband. And who is older than me? Yep. It's a year. It doesn't really count. But that does not technically. That does not countable. I like that you said. Yes. Because my wife and I are like around the same and every day I'm always told how are you really? I'm a couple of years older than my girlfriend, it's just insane to me at all. Yeah. Well, so I met him and it's his fault that I am now more of a nerd about Avengers because he knows the nerd. He was an nerd, and he took me to see Doctor Strange. And I was like, I don't know what's happening. What's going on? I really, really enjoyed it. I loved it. And I love Benedict Cumberbatch. I loved him so much. The imitation game. I love him. Oh my God. Love it. But so I saw it and I loved it and I was like, I need to get caught up. And so I basically binge watched everything. Nice. For like a month, just like went boom boom boom boom boom boom boom down the whole thing. And I am now obsessed. I think I've seen them more times than he has. I've also done like the super deep dive into the comics and all of the like, you know, theories and how they're similar to the comics and what's different and like all this stuff. All the stuff, so that's where I'm at. So I'm pretty new, but I'm like, I did like a crash course. That's awesome though. I didn't get into where endgame got me. I will say like, like you, like, before endgame, I went into the deep dive again. You know? Because it was like you did, honestly, like Mike did, where it was. And we all, though, yeah, seriously, right? And also like during COVID, all The Avengers movies. Oh my God. My girlfriend actually was like, hey, would you have a problem like starting from Iron Man and just doing all The Avengers movies in order and then doing all the batmans in order? And then doing all this. And I was like, you complete me. Have you put a ring on that? Oh my God. You are amazing. And all the ways. The theory behind that. She's absolutely the best. So we did all that, but I will say that endgame.
"cumberbatch" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Oakland. I'm back Bill O Reilly here and I will bring you the O'Reilly update later this morning at 10, 11 and 12 Noon on H 60. Am the answer me to waste the plan. Hula, Red, White blue. And where the band ways do the cheese? I want the candidate. You know, we don't me me welcome back Americans here. You and I am not playing. Fortunate son by credence because it is one of my favorite songs so that it's true, but because it features in Vince Flynn's brand new Mitch Rapp novel Enemy at the gates, which I'm holding in my hand is written by Kyle Mills and joins me now by Skype. Good morning, Kyle. Good morning. Did you drop fortunate son in because it worked or because it was your favorite song. A little bit of both. Yeah, It also seems like something Mitch would would listen to. All right does now I got to tell you I told the guys earlier after the shattered I'm going to bed. Because I stayed up way past. My, you know, I do. Morning drive early, So I'm up very early Every morning. I say it up way late last night and finished enemy at the gates For one reason I normally don't finish thrillers because I'm afraid of given away McGuffin. But I couldn't stop reading it which is like a home run for me. I usually put them down, so I don't blow it. So I got to be careful not to blow it, but well done. Are you happy with the way this turned out? I am. Yeah, it was. It was definitely a struggle because it sort of went from one. You know, concept to another while I was writing it, but, uh, it turned out kind of exceeded my expectations. It's got some very interesting subplots in it. But let's go back to the beginning for new listeners had new affiliates every year, Kyle So you took over the Mitch Rapp series After the late Vince Flynn died. Vince was a friend of mine. A friend of Duane's Come out to the West Coast go out to dinner with us, and I was originally skeptical. But now this is your seventh Mitch Rapp novel and you have clearly Got the character down, brought him into the modern age and continued the Vince Flynn legacy. I just got our Flint fanatics happy with you the way I am. Yeah, it's been overwhelmingly positive. I didn't know what was going to happen. When I first took it over. I thought maybe people wouldn't want it to be continued. Uh, but that was not the case. You know, Vince Managed to do what we all want to do is writers but almost never accomplished and that's created a character that transcended him. That felt real to people and they wanted to see that character continue. That they do want the character to continue they want Mitch Rapp. The difficult thing. Is making it. Mitch Rapp is getting it exactly right, so combination of many things and he's getting old. I love the fact he's getting old and getting beat up and has to go back to mountain biking and a variety of things to getting beat up. To whom did you turn on? Take advice on what happened to special operators when they hit 40, or self Well, you know, it's funny because his path has been a little bit like mine and that I'm sort of I'm really exactly mid traps age. I don't age him realistically, but Now he's gotten a little older, and I'm a former biker and I'm a back country skier and rock climber and I know what it feels like to try to get out of bed so I kind of use that. When when I talk about him here, I I knew you had to be a biker because there are a couple of McGuffin is in here where you're talking about the South African bike race, and I've never heard about ever anywhere. That's not the sort of thing that you randomly turn up when you're researching. When did you tell people about that race? Because it sounds nutty because as can be to me Oh, yes. So I used to live in South Africa and I'm a big mountain biker. But yes, it's a I got 450 mile race or something through the wilds of Africa, and they're always great pictures of people you know, getting chased by. God knows what animal are getting knocked off their bike by a gazelle, and it's an incredibly rugged race. Perfect for Mitch Rapp to win, though you know, because it's all about how tough are you he hasn't won yet is seven year old. Not yet stepdaughters involved in biking. Now I'm not a biker myself that requires coordination, Kyle so I don't get on bikes. But you and President Bush, you gave up your running in your trap along career to become bikers. Let's turn to the book for a second. It opens in Uganda, but I think people who have been very fixated on the Afghan hostage crisis. I am afraid that there are many Americans who like your doctor in this book are in hiding as we speak. I really do believe there are Americans and green card holders. Not yet citizens who could be citizens in Afghanistan hiding you convey that? That very awful process. Very well. Who did you consult on that? Because when you're hiding I think the time passing must be the hardest thing. Well, that's what I tried to portray. Yeah, it's a again probably a little bit from my clue climbing career of when you sort of get trapped somewhere, and there's nothing to do. You're young, You're in your tent or you're stuck somewhere and a few days could go by or whatever so That's something that's not portrayed that much and it's It's true. Also, I talked to, you know people in the military. That's something nobody talks about is the boredom between The excitement that can stretch out really long. So it's It's really a lot of boredom punctuated by sort of moments of terror, and I saw Two movies this year, both of which are applicable. I can't remember the name of the Danish movie a real story in World War two and Norway. Excuse me, where part of the Shetland Express the guy had to cross Norway. To get the Sweden to get away from the Germans, and it was epic. Freezing, hurt, wounded, True story and then I watched the courier just a couple of days ago, and that's a mole hunt, by the way, so it's very similar. Two enemy at the gates. Have you seen the courier with Benedict Cumberbatch? I haven't No, that's about all like punk cop ski, a true story and around the Cuban missile crisis, and the Soviets went on a hunt for their mall, and they found them mall hunt. Would you explain what an old fashioned mole hunt is? Because we've got one? I'm not going to talk about where, but we've got one in enemy at the gates. Yes. And this comes out of the sort of computer system of the CIA that there That they see that somebody high level as penetrated, uh, their systems and is turning up. Or is dug up a bunch of information on a guy who is the world's first trillionaire, the rich world written world's richest man, and so they ought to fig try to figure out who this person input infiltrating their system is Which isn't that easy, You know, because people like that hide their tracks pretty well. And so you have this lengthy process of them trying to stay ahead of that. Any damage them all could do and then also Sort of tricking them into providing enough information that they can figure trade. You know, narrow down who it is. Yes, There are famous stories in the espionage world of How am I six was penetrated how the CIA went on a Russian mole hunt for Decades. They believed they had a mole. They might still have them. All the FBI had been penetrated by people we've made. It's what the other team does. Now..
"cumberbatch" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz
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"cumberbatch" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Yeah i wanna look back to the loss daughter for a second which cast you talked about. you reviewed Out of venice and was that. Tell you right as well and magill and hall. I mean when. I say people people were everywhere. My sense of tell you guys that just bump into the same people over and over again so. There's like not a huge number of celebrities but they're everywhere you turn and she looked great in her mountain where there with peter stars guards. He directed a daughter. She's got this great cast in their debut had talked to her previously. But making your trail debut and it seemed to Really dis- sore off. God that's cheesy to say you but it really took off until you're i'd like people seem to really embrace it. Yes so netflix. Had three events three different movies. Which the only studio to do that. Both the i was for Tina's the hand of god and that night was when an reviews for loss daughter breaking in venice and it was really all anyway conflicts could talk about at least in my conversations with them. it was really across the board raves. Including kassy's lovely review. And i think a real embrace of mega-deals vision for this film it's very uncompromising it's just not something you see from an actress. First film much at all And just like a real confidence in terms of this is the kind of movie making these kinds of characters. That i wanted to really dig into and i'm not gonna apologize for that and i think people really responded to that And it continue to play well once it starts screaming at telluride through the weekend And rebecca i. We're talking about this. Just how often you'd hear her name in the context of wow like. I just didn't expect that for maggie joan house first film or something like that She adapted the book. i think she's a really good contender particular for screenplay And i am curious. Farther foam can go across the board. Olivia colman it. Might be my favorite film performance of hers. It's just so tricky in deep and kind of plays off of her own very likeable persona in playing a character who ultimately makes them some tough decisions Both much vaccine in the present day and jessie buckley is place for younger self. She and coleman if they are both nominated would be the first pair to be nominated playing the same role which is interesting and jakoda. Johnson also is doing really great work in a different kind of role for her as a woman who character becomes kind of fascinated with just played really. Well they were everywhere to put. John was there. Peter maggie through a dance party on the last big Telluride which was attended by pearson dunston benedict cumberbatch and many many others. And david can't richard lawsuit until the dancing dancing. Because i don't like to dance but also dancing at high altitude. I don't know that seems like a bad idea. I imagine richard saintpetershcs guard dancing and just like disappearing back into the bushes like homer simpson was essentially did start a very abruptly like because the film set in greece since of this very like intense greek music and dance that mcgowan peter doing alone and then people are just kind of watching waiting to see whether or not they should join in this dance. Party had been sort of threatened for three days preview. Yes thank you yourself had told me about it. Days did make jonkers does ever make a movie together. And the odds like i keep thinking they have but i cannot come back to ask you that you literally on the shuttle to the airport and we sat there and looked out the window and tried to think of the what we can think of one. I guess they must not have but they were so in the same spent a lot of time together so jenkins carson dunst becoming spent movie. There was a big power that our presence in tyrod it's western it kind of makes sense there and it did seem like it was being warmly embraced the way that we expected it to be right. Yeah my prediction is that jane campion is coming out of this winning best director. I think that she has a very clear path. That's the I feel like that's a solid prediction. I mean you think you've pointed this out you know tatan wins poem to or the last woman to win palm door. Was jane campion. Who got best director nation for at the oscars but didn't win. And you know coming off. A year or two women get nominated for best director at the oscars for the first time. I do feel like there's so many female directors out there this year. That's gonna be like come on keep it going. Keep the make women as part of the conversation as much as possible not to mention the jane. Campion is kind of a legend onto her own. Do what the movie does so well is just like remind because it's been twelve years since she made a film and she's done you know tv obviously but it just reminds you of like what a singular filmmaker she is that her interests are so particular and the way that she Expresses those interests and you know here. She's a she's adapting from a novel. That's what sixty years old fifty five years old and and you're just kind of you after the movie you're like. Why did she pick. That is so interesting. But then obviously it's so clear also in hindsight like and i think that that kind of signature work after such a storied career puts her in in great and well-deserved position. I ha i went to the tribute where they showed clips of her work before she talked on stage at telluride any just like seeing the beautiful work she's done and then watching this film. I had that same experiences. Richard just like she deserves this. She's such talented filmmaker. I did suffer a little bit from festival hype before i saw this film because everyone i know was like this is the film ever and so i was like no. It's good. i enjoyed it. But it's funny. This film stuck with me more than any other movie. I saw there. And i was thinking about and talking about it three days later and and it's sort of like grew on me and now i consider it a film i really liked but i will say that festival hype is definitely still real buyer. Beware that that tribute was interesting too because reserve moderated by becky hide reporter. Jane campion was just not particularly interested in answering questions that this is how your your campaigns kicking off i love and she was just sort of hilariously charming in her refusal to participate and then the next morning at the film had a had. A big. you know well attended brunch. And she was just so effortlessly going from table the table talking to people. I think you saw her ability to enter. Vary singular person away at work. A room without being too focused on the campaigning. Part of it in that. We have to release scott move coming on the pike. Imagine the two of them working together. Just like passable veterans to jones is going to pretend this is happening and not be my guess. It's interesting to think about benedict cumberbatch who we talked about his role in this movie. It does seem like he is firmly in the best actor conversations. While he's about as different and movie stars you can get from will smith personas could not be more different but it is interesting to consider the two of them together like you know what what kind of a treat to have two different performances to potentially dominate the season. Going forward and another thing about jane campion's genius is that really figures out what to do with benedict benedict cumberbatch in a way that i feel like most directors heaven. They're like oh he should play these like like savant who solve crimes or invent computers or whatever and he's fine in those roles but campion saw the sort of darkness in him and just dragged all of it out and it's so effective but also. There's a hurt in there in this character. It's a really complex character. And it's the first benedict compromise performance. I've ever seen where i was like. Oh i finally fully get an. I think a lot of that credit should go to campaign. Yeah well i'm convinced me to wait. Isn't it the last thing i'd say about the movie is that you know just in terms of its. I think very first forward season that's coming is is it it builds. It has kind of thrums at this tension that you can't really place in. You don't really know where it's going. And she shifting points of view a lot and the last thirty minutes or so Are incredibly intense and the final few scenes are incredibly clarifying and make you want to revisit it..
What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?
"I out of the gate for this fall is a movie called shang. She and the legend of the ten rings. It's a marvel movie and marvel finally deciding to have an asian hero in its movie. That's a long time coming. And when you see it you're going to see a story that is modern touch because this guy on plagued by smooth lou. He is in really fierce fighting form but his father was played by the great. Tome lung is an immortal and he doesn't want him to do it. He's doing which is parking cars in a san francisco hotel talent hanging out with akwa. Seen you get what i mean. It's the martial arts that makes this must sit okay. next up. Is the power of the dog as everybody knows especially critic which is may that september is the month where their film festivals everywhere from venison telluride to toronto in new york and the one film to rule them. All is the power of the dark. It's a western set in nineteen twenty five montana and new zealand. Filmmaker jane campion. Who did the piano is the director sir. First movie in twelve years. Expect real awards bus around benedict cumberbatch. She's playing a brutal acid tongue rancher who gets tensions going in ablaze when his brother brings home a new bride and everything goes crazy and deserve this film is sets nature's beauty against toxic masculinity. These are two things that are really updates days next step. The eyes of tammy faye jessica chastain goes all in this. She's backwards on the eyelashes end. The make up to play tammy faye bakker the late televangelist who turned her christian news program into a profitable industry until a sex scandal involving her first husband. Jim baker played by entry. Barfield just brought the whole house card. Sam
"cumberbatch" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go
"I kind of documentary like oh boy server cumberbatch going now giant penguin. We'll be attacking because he can't apparently benedict cumberbatch. Can't pronounce penguin narrate about the radioactive. Penjwin is attacking the giant. Guana will be interesting. I'm interested to see how that plays. Thank you could be really bad. I mean we'll be there on day one. I do not confidence. Well folks that wraps it up for it came from beneath the sea. One three it movies. I know of paint apart from its two years before this was it came outer space and then decades later was. It came from the desert. That was fairly recent movie Please if you enjoy this go on. I tunes and give us a rating review and subscribe on. And tell all your friends and you can email us at must movie fun time. Go at g. Mail dot com. You can go on our anchor page and leaves voicemail there. It's anchored dot fm slash m. m. f. t. g. and you can find us on facebook. No yes we have a facebook page. Look we have an instagram. Must be fun time go. We're on the twitter. I think it's just fun. Time girl fun. Time underscore go on twitter and as always. We won't see you but you will hear us next time on monster movie fun. Time goal monster me. Runtime time go or..
"cumberbatch" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"And it's wildly funny. You haven't seen the video check it up yourself. Here's a little bit of the tail end of it okay. This looks fun in a in a last days of fox firesale kind of way. Not sure if it was worth. Diverting canadian cumberbatch is little mind away from my next movie or you know what. I'm gonna give it four out of five avocados court. I was raised by. Oh my god just kill me now. I want to see a movie with fuck race lab. Let's take a look at all the celebrity birthdays for today. July fourteenth all these stars born today singer comedian. Kyle gass cage from tenacious..
"cumberbatch" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Courier is a new Cold War spy thriller based on the true Story of Gravel win, an unlikely hero played by Benedict Cumberbatch. Let's return to more of my interview with the film's director down the neck Cook All of the actors are outstanding. Rachel Brosnahan is very one to American audiences largely from her work and TV, which you talk about her character. I read that it was really a composite. Yeah, that's correct. There's a composite of actually three people in that character. There were two CIA handlers, quite senior who were both guys. Who are the real people who did that job, You decided to make a female character. There's a very, very important woman in this story. Who we couldn't sources tell her story because we just didn't have the screen time And she was a British women called Janet Chisholm, who was married to a diplomat living in Moscow. And when win wasn't going in, she would make the Penkovsky and smuggle stuff into the British Embassy so it could leave sort of in diplomatic bags and come back to Britain. She was a very important sort of another sort of hero. Do we want to serve onto the fact there was this woman playing this really important role in the story? There were women in the CIA at this point, but any woman in the workplace in the early sixties and I'm told by my female friends and colleagues that it operates now that in order to get anything done, the woman would have to sort of potentially less more than she was and make the guys think that they'd had all the ideas. And that was sort of written into the script. And it was really interesting because it's another reformist up to fusion. If you like it within that story, because the story is all about people pretending to be other things, So it sort of added to that and I seeing the first few episodes of Mrs Maisel and thought that I just fell in love with Rachel immediately sort of thinking she was so bright we went out to her, and she was really taken a descriptive, particularly that sort of element of The characters of playing this strategy and get her way and having to be very sophisticated, and she was again a pleasure to work with. Penkovsky is idea. You're perfect. You're civilians. The KGB won't.
"cumberbatch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Actor has it in his contract with the superhero universe that he can't have any boat talks or fillers or any type of surgical procedure that provides the same effect. Apparently, he's working very hard to get that change because he doesn't think that he's attractive any longer. It's not who I thought it was. Is it is it is it Hemsworth. It mean it could be. I think threatened mate lied to somebody else. The this person has been a star of a television show and somebody who would be insecure about his looks. And I don't feel like Chris Hemsworth has ever one day in his life, but insecure about his looks. Um, this person yes, star of a television show. They have been the star Capital New. Uh, this person has a unique name. Okay? A unique name. Also the name of a brunch item. Eggs and it did come for bad. Okay, e Just stop and do this for you. Yes, you know, eggs, Johnson. It was been invented The Humber best It's a brunch item. French Montana. No French toast Anyone. Okay? Benedict Cumberbatch hasn't in this contract with the Marvel cinematic universe that he can't have any boat talks or fillers or any type of surgical procedure that provides the same effect. But apparently he's working very hard to get that change because he doesn't think he's attractive. He recovered, which is not like a sail him with happy thoughts lately or something. No. He's got his like posse of love. You know, people who are obsessed with Benedict Cumberbatch and they're just not loving up on him like they should He come verbiage, jizz. Chop chop. Tell him you love him. Tell me sexy. Yeah, feel they can always fix your face in postproduction know? Yeah, they fix everybody's face and post somebody would fix mine in post Fix it in post as production when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show we touched on this briefly the other day. We've been waiting for Lily James to say something anything. About her situation with Dominic West. She finally said something But she said nothing. Oh, We'll talk about what she didn't say. And what she actually did say after this on my talk one of 71 nothing but good times getting up with Jason and Alexis. These two have not suffered enough. Together. They have not burned furniture in the winters. Stay warm. They have never.
"cumberbatch" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Everything. Rachel brosnahan terrific Indictment on her. I guess it might offend somebody to with the capture on page. Maybe what i appreciate though was with this character who could have easily been an exposition machine. They gave her moments of actual connection with the character. He said okay. This is at least working on a one to one basis. Like i understand how she relates to number batches character and you know benedict. Cumberbatch is characters. A wife is played by jessie buckley. Who is in the netflix will be. I'm thinking of ending things This past year. I don't know time has merged together during covid. So i don't even know if it was twenty twenty or twenty twenty one i think is twenty twenty but You know often you have the wife at home. And that's the character though wife at home but i felt like they really gave this character quite a bit to do at a certain point and you have scenes with her. End the rachel brosnahan character where it felt like they were giving these two something to do just by playing off of each other in a scene so while i i agree like the you know. The composite character is a little awkward If felt like they were trying. They're trying to do something whereas a lot of movies would have just kind of wedged into had been like i deal with it. I can definitely understand that Into my head where rachel brosnahan character. Emily's consoling jesse character. Sheila 'cause benedict cumberbatch Cats imprisoned by this point. And she's telling her like don't give any information away to the press but without actually saying. Oh he's actually a by like she's eating her in the right direction to protect her and benedict cumberbatch character and playing the game and she actually sends out the british male spy. Moss out of the room kushner's econ handle. So compensation she's clearly in charge knows what she's doing. I appreciate that performance. Say yeah yeah like. It doesn't feel like a thinly written characters feels like one that again. It feels a little too good to be true. It's one of those characters who's always kind of in the right place at the right time. Saying the right things you go. Well this doesn't. I don't know you see better cumberbatch. His character really feel like a person. Someone who's having to adapt in the moment and also the penkovsky character. He's far more practiced in this world than comeback but penkovsky feels like he's having to improvise and you know having to recover an awkward situations whereas You know the The rachel brosnahan character. You don't get that as much but that's it. It's something that kind of stuck out to me but it also really didn't impact my overall take on the movie. I think it was waiting for the next scene with the two leads. Yeah when she's on inches given east of sap for the next thing to happen in the okay. Can we see benedict Which i say often. But that's that's beside the point. I mean she also has the unfortunate role for any actor is your job is to move the plot along and that is largely what has to happen because benedict cumberbatch by virtue of being a spy. Who's not even on the bigger picture..
"cumberbatch" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"Oh thank you so much. Anticipated what i was going to ask next which i want to Take this apply to the current events both be elections and the transition in general. So yeah i mean i totally i totally agree like it's i feel like we've got a strong reminder of the nation We live in those live in america. And there's a big push by a lot of people but not just people on the right not just people who can serve the republican or maghera treats but also i'm more so actually Centrist but right centrists and liberals were bizzare. Big desire to kind of treat this as in anomaly on the inevitable march to progress like this and this is not who we are. Yeah this is not who we are. american exceptionalism even like a lot is black liberals will accurately callao allow the Richard premacy of trump and the racism that animated disdain. They'll be late dawson german. Something like and you know. This is not what america's about or this is a A deviation from what would become as countries like no it's not the deviation was the occasional brighton boss. This is part of overall project continued. Undeterred i don't understand how how critical thinking people say that like native bunch of native liberal. Say that too. I've been using your term radical centrist create there. But i do love the term like. Yeah i know i just. I mean these mega people at the capitol. They are pretty clued into the fact that the us was meant to be a white supremacist state. They're not wrong about that. The they a good sense of us history and they don't want it to change you. Know they want to maintain key property control over children women and you know land and people of color like that's what they want you know they want to be the deciders and those in power who wield all the arms. I don't how liberals can tell themselves anything else. I don't i don't understand that. It's just a historical might thoughts on that is that There's there's a there's a think navy fuller junior who says that white supremacists the way that they always win. Is that the position themselves. On both sides of every argument so no matter which side wins which supremacists will win so they said and that a lot of black people trick themselves into picking size thinking that right supremacy is only on one side so so you you know and the liberal white supremacists their thought. Is that the analogy. I've been using Recently a lot is like twelve years a slave if you've ever seen twelve years a slave. There's a fast binders plantation. Then there's benedict cumberbatch plantation. And how i feel like Liberals want to sell People of color be Particularly particularly black people but all people of color the idea of benedict cumberbatch fantasia..
"cumberbatch" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Benedict Cumberbatch does an impression of Alan Rickman and babies and puppies doing cute things together. Those are the headlines on the block at K away news radio dot com on the Mandy Connell page. I just put a couple videos on the bottom just because we all need babies and puppies playing together today, Dave Yes, Dave. You know, I, uh, my zoo meeting that I have every Sunday. We have about 13 people in it, and I was watching the email exchanges last night, and I think it's typical of all Americans. It was shocked, panic, anger, sadness, one person said I can't write anymore. I'm too upset. And, uh, for one moment yesterday during our coverage. I had some hope when Perlmutter came on, and he said, you know, both sides of the aisle have got toe. Calm down the rhetoric and he said, You know, I have tremendous respect for members of the other side like Ken Buck, and I'm thinking, Wow. I've never agreed with anything. Perlmutter his You know his policies or anything, but he stepped up and if everyone follows his lead, we could actually improve things. This might be an opportunity moment. You say? What are we doing to ourselves? Let's calm down. Let's communicate. And that was for a moment. Yeah, I afraid it's not gonna happen. Yep. We're gonna squander another opportunity, and that's just disappointing and sad. Incredibly disappointing and said I do have a couple things. Oh, by the way, did you watch the Benedict Cumberbatch? It dipped Benedict Cumberbatch Impersonating Alan Rickman video? No, I haven't. I'm looking forward to it, though. Astoundingly good. Okay. Oh, directly. I do too. And I love Benedict Cumberbatch. So this is like my worlds colliding in the best possible way and then just a fun video of NFL sideline reporters get whacked. Who doesn't enjoy that. I mean, why wouldn't you? You know, even when I was a cheerleader in high school, the coaches always said, Don't turn your back while the ball's in play. Not that hard people, and then I included Rand Paul speech from last night because I think it's brilliant. I think that it is pitch perfect about this situation. For the people that are concerned about, you know this election not being fair and free on, but I have a bunch of stuff on yesterday, of course and well, it's a story about a new Children's show from Denmark about a guy with a giant Penis. And when I say giant, what would you say 8 to 9 ft. Long? It's like an elephant. I can't believe there is a show that this is a Children show for like what? 5 to 8 or 10 years old. Yeah. What does a thinking in Denmark? Maybe Denmark is a different place. I think that they are taking a lot of drugs in Denmark. That's really the only way. Could possibly explain that Situation and if you click through you can see the little cartoon rendering. Of this. This is an animated Children's show. Yeah, sure. Wonderful. And in it, he's lighting his charcoal grill with Yeah. You know what? I'm talking about the grades over there, laughing. I think we know who the show is made for now. Anyway. Anyway. Let's go. Let's talk to Susan Wiccan. She's got news when we get back. Your calls are welcome. 303713 85 85 Gonna have to wait on Susan for a minute. I think she's listening in on Biden's speech, but I'm not sure. Um somebody said we're a text line here. 500 a think how yesterday look to other countries. I spent some time today zipping around. The international press..
"cumberbatch" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Benedict. Cumberbatch would have done david niven impersonation throughout the entire film including the thriller. Laugh okay richard michael. I would say You need to pull a rabbit out of a hat. You need to do something amazing because christian has really been outclassing. You hear so your fourth choice is very important. What he got air This is this is hard because Jeff even though. I know you were a novice to the harry potter movies. Oh yeah. I know that you watched at least one of the recently within the last few months and i don't know if he watched world one i think i think i was watching the first one jiechi rowling was being canceled on the internet. So gotcha well what we did. Is we needed a magic spell and we chose. I guess what seems to be the most iconic spell from that A series of books and then also the series of movies which is the expel. Er misspelled that harry potter Uses and it becomes like his signature spell. The it's one that he uses to disarm other wizards and it seems to be the most important to him as someone that is fighting evil but doesn't want do anyone actual harm and He first uses it in this film. harry potter and the chamber of secrets where he learns it as part of duelling club. And what is fascinating about the harry potter world and movies and universe. And what have you is that There's so much thought that's put into these magic words and that seems to be something that is kind of a you know. Be very classical. Things like abracadabra work hocus pocus to kind of have that kind of the lame things that people say to turn a fake wand into a fake flowers There's a lot of just really intricate work. That's done within the movies to craft a world that very That just utters these magic weird words all the time in that combined with like a the wand and the person actually having some sort of innate magic in them and You know. Magic is is very interesting. It's more than just reading books. It's more than just having a magic wand it's also saying some some incantation that That one uses to create this thing. It's like this trigger to all these different things happening at the same time. Whether it's like i said the one the wizard and the magic spell.
Zac Efron, Kelly Clarkson to Get Walk of Fame Stars in 2021
"Zac Efron and Kelly Clarkson are among the celebrities to get stars on the Hollywood walk of fame in twenty twenty one The New York Times reports the high school musical alum and American idol winner along with Benedict Cumberbatch Shaila buff Missy Elliott and more are among the thirty five stars of film television and music that were announced for the order by the Hollywood chamber of commerce all star unveiling ceremonies have been postponed due to the corona virus pandemic
Pangolins Are Suspected as a Potential Coronavirus Host
"I this I don't know what the hell a pangolin is I'm it's not a penguin I'm not saying it like the way that Bernadette Bernadette Cumberbatch whatever can't Benedict Cumberbatch who gave his name sounds like breakfast he can't say paying one this is pangolin it almost sounds like an instrument that could be an animal handle ends are possible suffer corona virus according to the study they the experts think that those I'm not cry as we think that the outbreak originated no the wild animal market and Wuhan and these basically they look like armadillos but they're not all right there looks like many little Godzilla's Godzilla's baby baby dinosaurs dinosaurs are are to to they're they're they're they're protected protected by by international international law law that that apparently apparently they've they've been been there there one one of of Asia's Asia's most most traffic traffic animals animals and and they are worried with their corona virus
Review: With the latest 'Grinch,' there's nothing much new
"So awhile ago, I wanna say number of months ago, we got shown a first teaser. Well, first of all got announced that oh, they're doing another grant of yet, another remake the Grinch for those that aren't aware. They did the original amid movie with Boris Karloff voice in the grant and narrating. And that one for a long time was the only one there was no Grinch anything in two thousand which I did Naji know this until recently that that's when it came out. It doesn't seem like it's been that long to me. But I digress. They didn't live action grant where Ron Howard. Did it directed it? Jim Carrey was the Grinch in it. In a lotta ways that it kind of expand on the story and kind of filled in gaps that we really didn't get in the book, or in the animated film that you know, we had had many many years ago, and some people were mixed about it. I personally really enjoyed it. I thought you know, Jim Carey did a great job the castle did a really great job had a good soundtrack, and it was a different fun film. And as I was watching the teasers for this new grant and the trailers, you know, where Benedict Cumberbatch this time voices. The grant turns out Keenan Thompson is in it as like a neighbor of the grant, and then then the girl from murder, she wrote her name's on the tip my tongue. It's she voices the mayor whose only for a little bit. So anyways. So this film. I was if you about it had my doubts, Mike, you know, what it could be good or it could be really bad. There's no in between. And I was able to see this movie this week. And yeah. I'm going to bring it to you everything about this film. I do warn you there may be some spoilers in here. I'm going to try to keep it as spoiler free as I can. But at the same time, I'm gonna you know, kind of this is going to be kind of a, you know, just true review. It's what's going to be so anyways. So this movie like I said has been come about just the grant it's computer animated. It's done by aluminum entertainment, the same company that's done. You know, the first three despicable me movies. It did minions which really my opinion were all actually really good movies, by the way, I had my dad's about minions to and I left going right minions. They did a very good job. So I thought you know, that going, you know, what I don't think it's going to be bad. I just didn't think. So. So anyways, I go and see this movie, which by the way is only like an hour, forty minutes long. It's not really a long movie. The live action version that Ron Howard derive. Acted was I think closer to two hours, and I'm just going to say it, the this movie is terrible. It has a really really really bad film is just man I was just like in shock. How bad it was.
Giovanna Devo Wyatt, Lisbeth And Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson discussed on Chad Benson
"The girl with the dragon tattoo in this installment Lisbeth is back and finds herself and her lover trapped in a web of danger from. Spies. Hackers and the government itself. Clara foiling, Keith Stanfield, Sylvia hoops, and Stephen merchant's star in this crime thriller taking audiences back to World War Two is the war horror film overlord just hours before d day. An allied force parachutes the Nazi occupied France to destroy a crucial communications hub with the soldiers. Must fight off a Riddick. Enemy fighters created in a sinister and top secret laboratory project, Giovanna Devo Wyatt. Russell John Madero invoking Woodbine star and another holiday favorite gets rebooted again for the big screen in the Grinch in this three d computer animated comedy the title character hates Christmas. And schemes to steal it from the nearby residents of whoville Benedict. Cumberbatch Rashida Jones Keenan Thompson and Angela lansbury lend their voices to this retelling of the Dr Seuss classic. Still in theaters are Bohumil rhapsody, the nutcracker and the four realms. Nobody's Fool a
North Korea appears to be dismantling satellite launch site
"Live from NPR news in Washington, on trial. Snyder polls are opening this hour in today's run off, election in Georgia Republican, voters still have to decide, who will represent the party. For governor in November roster out from member station w. a.. B. e. in Atlanta sets the stage. Georgia Lieutenant governor Casey k. goal is squaring off, against secretary of. State Brian Kemp both wants to represent the Republican party as candidate for governor in November both have secured influential, endorsements Casey k. goal has the support of popular outgoing Republican governor Nathan deal President Trump has endorsed catos opponent. Brian, Kemp the winner of the primary goes on to, face democrat Stacey Abrams if elected she would be Georgia's first, democratic governor and fifteen years and the country's, first ever black female governor for NPR news I'm Ross Terrell and Atlanta. To Canada, now where. Investigators, are searching for a motive in Sunday night shooting in Toronto meanwhile vigil was held last night for the victims. Three people were killed including the suspected gunman thirteen others were injured Dan carpet Chuck reports the suspect in the shooting rampage has been identified as twenty nine year old Fazle Hussain he died after exchanging gunfire with police but not before he had walked along a busy street firing into restaurants and cafes as well as at pedestrians in a. Written statement. Hussein's family expressed condolences to the families who are now. Suffering because of their son's horrific actions the family also confirmed that Hussein had severe, mental health challenges and struggled. With psychosis and depression his entire life despite medication, and therapy. Dorados police. Chief Mark Saunders says it's too, early to. Establish a motive a ten year old girl in an, eighteen year old girl, were killed in the rampage, for NPR news I'm Dan. Carpenter in Toronto North Korea appears to have started dismantling key. Facilities at a satellite launch site the. US based monitoring group thirty eight north sites satellite Images taken over. The weekend and says, north appears to be taking. A step toward, fulfilling a, pledge made. To President Trump South Korea's presidential office says Seoul has also to texted activity at the. Site witnesses have reported hearing multiple explosions, in the Afghan capital of Kabul today Reuters local media reported least two of the blasts were caused by rockets at least four people, wounded NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from Islam about that there has been no immediate claim of responsibility. Local news outlet Tolo said one of the rockets slammed into a house and another two rockets, hit a mountainside. Slope then news outlets said the rockets appeared to be targeting a police academy close to the residential area the rocket attack comes just two days. After a suicide bomber killed fourteen people outside the Kabul. Airport it had targeted the. Vice president who returned to Afghanistan after leaving Pataki for more than a year. Dade NPR news Islamabad and you're listening to NPR, news This is morning edition on. WNYC at seven four good morning I'm Kerry Nolan New, York governor Andrew Cuomo is pardoning seven immigrants have crimes that could make them deportable saying their. Crimes were minor, and happened years ago the federal government could still. Deport them because of their criminal records but now they'd have a much. Stronger case in immigration court according to Khalil Cumberbatch an associate vice president at the fortune society with the pardon does is that it essentially establishes. A different story than what the government will, say the government will say that these are people who are quote unquote criminals he says the governor's pardon wipes the. Record clean of that original crime Cumberbatch is a legal permanent resident from Jonah who Cuomo pardoned for. Years ago immigration agents had detained Cumberbatch over an old robbery conviction a group of women who say. They've been sexually harassed at the New York state capital or calling for public hearings and they say. Forty-six lawmakers have already signed a petition Karen DeWitt reports It's Leah a bear is former chief of, staff, to former. Assemblyman Vito Lopez. As a condition. Of employment veto required that, I have a romantic relationship with him that I share hotel rooms and even an apartment in. Albany Lopez ultimately resigned his post over the scandal and later died..
London, Julia Hartley and Professor Stephen Hawking discussed on C-SPAN
"Claimant's i go around the country visiting jobcentres they think that the system is much simpler and easier and actually the disincentives of not taking on work have gone taking a photo under a person's claes without my consent could result in two years in jail in england and wales in future laws making socalled up skirting specific criminal offense are already in place in scotland gay rights campaigners appraise peter tatchell for using the world cup joy tension to the treatment of minorities in russia mr tatchell has been released from custody but his juice repairing court later this month for breaking rules around protesting journalists for the pink newspaper benjamin butterworth has been telling julia onto right here it is vital these issues and not ignored during the football the fact that the world cup in russia is obscene russia routinely discriminates against gay men violently institutionally but most salaries a liverpool football player and news in the world cup with egypt was photographed with category of the leader of chechnya who was put these game in concentration camps just a few days ago these sorts of things are not simply sporting events they're unique ways for awful leaders to get capital tennis legend boris becker has avoided bankruptcy proceedings in the uk with a diplomatic loophole is become a sports ambassador to the central african republic that means he gets immunity a memorial service for professor stephen hawking is to be held at westminster abbey in london this lunchtime it'll include readings from astronaut tim peak and benedict cumberbatch who played the physicist in tv film his ashes will be buried alongside other great scientists like darwin and newton the weather today lighter win sunny spells scattered showers i'll be heaviest in the north and quite warm when the sun comes through across the uk online and on the independence republic of mike graham on talk radio blasted rhetoric from the banana republic for people who say capital punishments isn't going mealy far enough the reverend to migrate rebellious rebuilds three brandon debate with the grain dictates the independence republic of my graham this morning from ten wherever you stand have your say on the uk's most outspoken space station the no nonsense breakfast julia hartley brewer on sold radio we'll get you it's okay titas until radio i'm jillian bill thank you very much indeed for joining.
Professor, Victoria Gill and Benedict Cumberbatch discussed on Today
"The second report from law darcy and lord pro they've already called for significant funding increase for the hfs nar they argue that means testing of social care should be abolished for those with substantial needs this would add ten billion pounds to the annual cost of social care in england which the authors say should be funded by national insurance increases they also call for radical streamlining the nhl in england scrapping some of the controversial conservative reforms in twenty twelve the reports published as talks involving the treasury continue over longterm nhs funding strategy the health and social care secretary jeremy hunt says negotiations have been difficult and our ongoing but it's possible the plan could be unveiled as early as next week a man has been charged with soliciting murder over letters calling for a national punish muslim day david panama city five and from lincoln will appear before magistrates in london later this morning mcdonald's is to replace plastic straws in all its restaurants in the uk and ireland with paper alternatives from september the chain uses about one point eight million stores a day in the uk environment secretary michael go said in april that the provision of plastic straws would be banned by the end of the year a memorial service is to be held at westminster abbey at lunchtime to remember the life of the renowned theoretical physicist professor at stephen hawking they'll be an address by the astronomer royal martin reese and a reading by the actor benedict cumberbatch science correspondent victoria gill reports professor hooking family and friends from the world of science politics film and television will gather at noon to remember one of the world's most famous scientists as professor workings ashes are interred his equally famous synthesized voice will.
Benedict Cumberbatch Saved a Man from Muggers
"You don't have to worry about them lists new york so smaller town in new york state that's different the suburbs that's then that's like a fourth of the price i'm sure he can get a space by himself for five hundred bucks a month so here's my point though right you don't have to go airbnb you start living but anyway there's there's those they're going to have papers exclusive to that small town he's the superstar there other it's notorious or not and the wife to be is saying i don't know about this we'll do it but you know yes crazy and i'm going to have a kid should you change the diaper like these indecision cz now we're going to now this has become the soap opera in the newspaper a story came out back in the van bor benedict cumberbatch she's huge now for playing doctor strange sof four people beating up somebody on a bike beating them up to rob him jumped out of the o'byrne and save the day yeah wow how'd you do that with four people beating up on someone when you hear something like time benedict cumberbatch you wonder like okay this this even happened but then that it happened in november and happen to leak out you believe more than i hear the wife was also in the uber and to me i'm like oh okay then then you have to jump out to your wife will remember that forever i think a lot of wives or maybe fifty fifty would be like why did you have to jump out there for people and i married to you you know what i mean like why are you putting yourself in such great danger without even thinking about it i wouldn't trust your words a jump out i can't believe that i mean i would jump out with you if you're jumping out i'm not gonna let you attack for people by yourself i would knock you out as a favor but only a few after you witnessed my bravery you're kind of prick this hero shit lots happening.
Benedict Cumberbatch to play Dominic Cummings in Brexit drama
"Anyway so long story short being i think this poll in northern ireland is positive news for remaining finally a little light relief reclusive actor benedict cumberbatch is going to play vote leave campaign director dominic cummings in a new channel four drummer about the referendum the film is based on brexit books by sunday times political editor tim shipman an ex downing street director of communications craig oliver it'll go out early next year being portrayed by the world famous heartthrob known for playing sherlock holmes doctor strange patrick melrose allen cheering and teenage pinup julian assange has to be imported a win for dominic cummings zone good looks on orthodox but at least it gives us the chance to see one version of him in the flesh given the cummings as a fuse to appear before the digital culture media and sport committee income is has the reputation of being the brains behind vaguely what was you're not going to cause cumberbatch unless you're gonna you know hindi around him and that's definitely harry appeared in the book is this kind of mastermind has that reputation held up yes the thing is that what westminster in the westminster bubble thinks of as being smart is not what i would consider a smart it's basically your of a small alec you've got sort of gumption a little bit short spur i never could never say that so you're right which is which is the coacher dances is soon gonna trouble which are the kind of coach within the gets us into david davis territory which is sort of like oh haven't revised my exams but fuck them so small smart i'll just go in there and wing though thing that when you look at the loss cummings identity was the last time as you're coming.