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French actor Depardieu charged with rape in revived case

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

French actor Depardieu charged with rape in revived case

"Against French movie stars. You're our Depardieu, nominated for an Oscar for 19 nineties. Cyrano de Bergerac. Gerard Depardieu has been indicted on rape and sexual assault charges. A judicial source from the Paris prosecutor's office confirms to ABC News. Depardieu was indicted back in December, but he hasn't been arrested. According to reports. The alleged victim of French actress was 22 at the time, she says Depardieu raped her at his home in Paris in 2018 deputies lawyer tells a F P The actor totally disputes the accusations. Jason Evans and ABC

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Gérard Depardieu under formal investigation for alleged rape and sexual assault

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Gérard Depardieu under formal investigation for alleged rape and sexual assault

"An Oscar for 19 nineties Cyrano de Bergerac Gerard Depardieu has been indicted on rape and sexual assault charges. A judicial source from the Paris prosecutor's office confirms to ABC News. Depardieu was indicted back in December, but he hasn't been arrested. According to reports. The alleged victim of French actress was 22 at the time, she says Depardieu raped her. At his home in Paris in 2018 deputies, lawyer tells a F P The actor totally disputes the accusations. The

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Gérard Depardieu under formal investigation for alleged rape and sexual assault

Larry O'Connor

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Gérard Depardieu under formal investigation for alleged rape and sexual assault

"French anchor under investigation for rape. French actor Gerard Depardieu has been charged in France with rape and assault stemming from a 2018 incident after an initial investigation was dropped in 2019 for lack of evidence. The case was reopened last summer charges against the actor were filed in December. The 20 year old actress claims the legendary actor raped and sexually assaulted her at his home in Paris in August of 2018. Depardieu's lawyer told the rap. He completely rejects the accusations. But lawyer also denied the accusations and several other interviews over the years a 72 year old is known for his roles in Cyrano de Bergerac and the film Green Card for which he won a Golden Globe.

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"cyrano" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"cyrano" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"In the sound of music is not Christopher Plummer. It's the late Bill Leave a singer who dubbed Voices for several Hollywood stars in several films. Christopher Plummer was a classically trained actor. We thought quite rightly, he could do anything and why you theater Professor Lawrence, Mass. Lynn wrote a book about the sound of music. So he was quite peeved when he was dubbed singing Couple of pretty simple songs like it'll vice in the film of the sound of music, and, Of course, the role for which she will be remembered for posterity and beyond is the one he hated the most, which was Captain von Trapp. But plumber eventually came to terms with it, he told Terry Gross on wh Y wise, fresh air. I'm grateful to the film in many ways because it was such a success. It is not my favorite film, of course, because I do think it borders on mawkishness, but we did our damn best not to make it. Two more Kishan. Christopher Plummer was born in 1929 in Toronto and fell in love with theater in high school. He developed some serious acting chops playing Shakespearean roles in both Canada and England. The Or not to be After the question Christopher Plummer in Hamlet for the BBC 1964. I'm so glad I was Canadian in a way because the Canadian contain the best of the British and the best of the American school. On Duh were rather good at that. What kind of like chameleons and that respect for most of his more than 60 year career plumber split his time appearing both on stage and in films among his movies were stage struck, and the man who would be King. Even played it cling on general in Star Trek six. Onstage, he played Iago to James Earl Jones, a fellow and Cyrano de Bergerac in a musical version of the Rostand play, for which he won a Tony Award, using his own voice, Cyrano Cyrano Theater.

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"cyrano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"cyrano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Plummer. It's the late Bill Leave a singer who dubbed Voices for several Hollywood stars in several films. Christopher Plummer was a classically trained actor. We thought Quite rightly, he could do anything and why you? Theater Professor Lawrence Maslin wrote a book about the sound of music. So he was quite peeved when he was dubbed singing Couple of pretty Simple songs like it'll vice in the film of the sound of music, and, Of course, the role for which she will be remembered for posterity and beyond is the one he hated the most, which was Captain von Trapp. But Plummer eventually came to terms with it, he told Terry Gross on wh Y wise, fresh air. I'm grateful to the film in many ways, because it was such a success. It is not my favorite film, of course, because I do think it borders on mawkishness, But we did our damn best not to make it to market shit. Christopher Plummer was born in 1929 in Toronto and fell in love with theater in high school. He developed some serious acting chops playing Shakespearean roles in both Canada and England. Be Or not to be After the question Christopher Plummer in Hamlet for the BBC 1964. I'm so glad I was Canadian in a way because the Canadian contain the best of the British in the best of the American school. And, uh, we're rather good at that. What kind of like chameleons and that respect for most of his more than 60 year career plumber split his time appearing both on stage and in films among his movies were stage struck, and the man who would be King even played a cling on general in Star Trek. Six. Onstage, he played Iago to James Earl Jones, a fellow And Cyrano de Bergerac in a musical version of the rust and play for which he won a Tony Award, using his own voice. Cyrano Cyrano Cyrano Cyrano Theater.

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"cyrano" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"cyrano" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And then the last thing you do. Is when you make your decision. You asked the people at Cyrano about attire. What they think of it. They will tell you I don't care if they keep them in stock, and they're in good standings. If they've had problems with the tire, they will tell you I wouldn't buy that right now. If I was, you know, that's that's somebody. That's got your back. Yeah, pretty rare in this business. They've got a great They got coupons available. You know, like right now, Firestone a certain select tyres up to 100 much back. Um, you've got a set of good years. Select tyres up to 100 bucks back. Those expire September 30th, But right now, they also have $20 off a four wheel alignment. They've also got $20 off. Ah break service. You know, Make sure work while you confront these coupons out, Take him in. I mean, 20 bucks is 20 bucks. But most important, they take care of you in the tire business. They have a complete automotive section. They hire extra people and trained them when they get busy like they have since this summer, so your weight is not extended. They take care. Of their customer at Sierra Nevada tire in Pollock pines. They're open Monday through Friday in plaster Ville on Main Street there open Monday through Saturday. The best way to get a feel The duel of shopping in an easy fashion is to go to their website at Sierra Nevada tir dot com. Your.

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"cyrano" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:18 min | 9 months ago

"cyrano" Discussed on KGO 810

"You don't need to score a touchdown necessarily here, but you gotta pick up five yards, so Jimmy could run If they pressure him, Pettus type left. Kettle is tight. Right? Three. Go right, the rapido back throws and its broke it up. He was going to trend Taylor it was broken up. By Byron Murphy Jr. Arizona will take over on downs. The game is not over 40 Niners to have three timeouts left, but it's very close to being over. They're great. Papa. Tim Ryan on the call. Surprisingly 20 for 20. The 40 Niners lose to the Arizona Cardinals here at Levi Stadium, John one Super Bowl champion, Dennis Brown of the Great Larry Kroger joining us. Thanks. Great question that you asked on Twitter, and we're getting a lot of great responses. So, Jerry Larry jumping here and they give us some more of the people why they thought they lost today. One thing and again. This is a great Chris Babcock, who since he normally up with Pablo and Tim, and feeds, Papa all these great stats, and it makes Papa sound very good. But it's kind of like that movie. What was known Roxanne with Steve Martin and Steve Martin's, whereas the big nose so he's in the back, and he's feed the lines. That's exactly what Babcock doesn't make them. Pop is the one who, you know, just regurgitates about Papa stop the Cyrano Cyrano de Bergerac and Babcock has hanging slash And so he sent me some step. Also the first quarter the Niners. Time of possession wise 10 27 to 4 33 for Arizona. So dominating Arizona one the time of possession. 31 26 2 2034. So it's about 27 18 and last Three quarters of the game in the second half. Thank you, Chris Babcock 42 to 29 in place in favor of Arizona. Well, why does that matter Because like you guys said, air quality wasn't so great Today. First game of the year you're gassed and Kyla Murray's running all over the place and this is an excuse isn't excuse. It's an explanation Givers on a credit they won the football game, but they were gassed. At the end. The defensive line wasn't dominating because they're chasing sky around, and they just They got tired. Look, Dennis brought this up during a break. It's a great point. After the 94 yard drives, you're on the field defensively for a 94 yard drive. The offense went three now. Yeah, I think I was it. No, e. I hope you enjoyed that 62nd ball. You just got after that 94 year. Dr. You're coming back on the field. That's a factor in this game. Yeah, And it's a factor when you when you haven't been able to get off the field. I mean it be great if your offense goes through and out and then defense goes through here now, But if you go, you're often goes three and out. You go back in for a eight minute drive, 10 minute drive. I mean, and then you go back off the field. You have to come right back on after another three and out, or maybe a foreign out, So I mean, it's It's tough. It's tough. I mean, you got the air quality going. It's your first game on like I said, I mean, you guys know crowd to give you an energy is no. There's nothing and just going like practice your just going right back out there now. It was a guy the beauty of this game thinking you don't need a crowd. You're gonna motivate yourself, but I really saw that. Pride would've helped out a lot, especially when the defense is on the film. You need that boost. I think it was missed today truly missed today. You know, we're getting a number of different responses. I asked the question. What is the number? One reason the Niners lost in a lot of people pointing at Jimmy Jimmy was a bit slow. Jimmy. Just like the Super Bowl. We had to make one throw. I didn't do it. You know, I expected more from Jimmy. You know, one guy said, you know, two for 11 on third down. I mean, that that that obviously was a key fact and seven for 14, Arizona. I mean, that's the contrast Is that losing out on the field? I mean, you give up 50% to a team that is so they converted seven of 14. You converted Team two of 11 minutes. That's the biggest status game. Somebody says no to force Buckner, one guy says, where were are wide? Receivers. But Eric Ah has has the one that I would vote for. If you said if you said Give me the number one reason the 40 Niners lost this game, I would say they couldn't they lost contained on Kyler. Consistently and this is the last quarterback in the league that you can lose. Contain on you have to rush him with discipline. You have to rush him in Lane's Dennis. You know, you have a doctorate in in exactly what I'm talking about here. The art of rushing the mobile quarterback. This is the most mobile quarterback. And then you mix in the poor air quality. And, as John said that the total 42 to 29 play advantage that Arizona had in the second half and being gassed in no O T A s and no training camp and no no preseason, but to me if you said number one reason they lost contain on Kyler and once who's contained on a mobile quarterback like that, man. Everything starts to fall apart. Yeah, and a couple times it wasn't about to contain. It was just about on the inside. Once you open up that rush lane and he would see it so quickly. He would step back there and he'd read it like a rotting body was one reading Go. Yeah, it was like it was a lot of my reads. Not there. I'm gone. And there was a quarterback here a couple years ago, and that's that's kind of how he made his bones in NFL became a superstar that one read and go and he made the place. I mean, that was it. It was a lot of third in 12 13 15 and you see He'll take that one read in Hell knows he'll see that rush lane, and it wasn't about to contain. It was just running straight up the middle class. You know what? What's gonna happen, and we see this in the MBA bubble when you watch that there is no home field..

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"cyrano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"cyrano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yes you'll see gives you you want to hear you admit you poisoned the king of that I'm innocent I think you have a fall more monstrous crime I'm guilty of being a jewel of your note on trial for being a dual hi for that my entire life Dinklage who is four and a half feet tall gave Tyrion a towering presence and he won four Emmys for his performance the game of thrones ended this year and Dinklage has gone back to his roots on state I'm I'm I've done twelve shows in the past eight days and I'm fried okay gotcha no problem English is the lead in a new adaptation of Cyrano the classic play about a romantic who tries to win the woman he loves despite his extraordinarily large an unattractive knows Dinklage came in recently to talk with the staff writer Michael Sherman and they spoke about how he connects with the character of Syria I never felt a connection with the nose of it all as a person who looks like me whenever I would watch us version of Cyrano I would just think about that's an actor in a fake nose and we wanted to really strip it all down and get to the core of what it really is about which is people's everybody's capacity to not feel worthy of love whether you have a giant.

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"cyrano" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"cyrano" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Have you ever loved someone. The adapter and director Eric Schmidt Questions as your wife years ago yes years ago got in touch with the band the national Because their music is so romantic and filled with earning and sometimes heartbreaking and Matt's lyrics so poetic much like xenos words That it was such a natural trophies and they responded immediately they wrote these beautiful songs. Many people probably have not seen you sing before but you were in a punk band in the nineties. Yeah Oh please tell me about your punk band. We were punks but we didn't play punk rock couple friends from Columbia and a couple friends from where I went to school and Bennington Vermont We got together and we just drank too much and played play the old. CBGB's and we had a lot of fun we had a following but are following was kind of like Progressive Rock. It was all guys. What's the point of being a rock band if there's no ladies if you don't have any groupies rupees But I never intended to be in a band. It was just it was just fun for me. And the the group was called Whizzy Wiz E. Yeah who came up with the name. I think our Drummer Jim did but I felt I was being a dilettante. I felt like they were all real musicians and they still are And I was just slumming it being you know I. I don't know just having fun and I don't think that's fair. What was what were some of your songs called I don't think it's A. Ah I think this New Yorker radio errors is to clean for some of the song titles. No it's not. Well we had that makes me only one now eat the song. Titles more Yeah well one was called Dick of the Party about being a loser drunk burden so I'll leave it there so speaking of many talents you now have your own production company and one of the things that you have done is this. Hbo Film My Dinner With Her Vais. and you play the french-born Dwarf Actor Hervey Villa Shays who is known for playing knickknack in the James Bond on film the man with the Golden Gun and even more so for saying deplaned plane on the seventy S. TV show fantasy island so this project was fourteen years years in the making. Is that right. And so the writer director of the film. Sasha Dhruva Elsie had met her way years earlier as a journalist and they they had this crazy night out on the town in Los Angeles and then what happened when he had her killed himself. A couple of days After Sasha Sasha say goodbye to him Sasha realized it was sort of a suicide note Which is untrue hervey style? The man did nothing quietly he was he was he was something else I got to know people in his life he's so deeply loved and he burned so brightly so and it was the first time I've ever played somebody who actually existed which is a real Really humbling but also Well not not only did he exist but he was. I'm sure a complicated thing he was. The you know the actor with dwarfism who is most was famous before you I mean. He didn't he didn't mean he wasn't really an actor to be fair. Sorry her I love you. It was incredible painter right but he just enjoyed the lifestyle of all. Were sort of opposite in that way. I I enjoy the lifestyle but I I don't go for the the I don't know I keep a lower try to keep a lower profile but I enjoy the work itself Her they really liked he loved being the Rockstar that he was So that's he was guilty of that and but no fault because he was having a really good time and he was sort of unapologetic about it. Right but but he never really let his size define him he he he he wooed anyone. Many many women which I feel like because of his size size was treated in the press. Like wow you know. It's like no that wouldn't happen with anybody else who was regular size. It just was like a novelty that he was as with women. Well yeah he was the only because he was charming so he was on TV. When and you were growing up in the seventies what were your feelings about him and about You know representation in popular culture of Dwarfism in general. Well when you're eight years old. Social Justice is not really entering into your your your your biosphere there I remember being a little bit aware that in fantasy island he was the sidekick and you know but nothing nothing that really bothered me but then adolescent sort of changes your perspective on if you're if you live in a unique shape you become hyper aware of of the world around you and how it reacts to you and how you engage with it I'm not I'm myself. I'm not always the most politically correct. A person in terms of my dwarfism. I don't care really I think that can be damaging as well and put up walls meaning like for example if I see a kid. And he's pointing at me in the parent has them like look the other way. What does that? What what's that kid going to grow up into somebody that can't make contact with somebody who's four and a half Utah? That's that's sad to me I understand it in the moment because they don't want to embarrass me you know. What are we going to have an educational seminar walking on the street with a child? There's no time for that but those little things add up to in our DNA in terms of how we we see people unique physically unique And that can be destructive No I don't I don't I'm not an actor. Too late change the world in terms of like how somebody my size is presented. I'm really not I think because that would be putting me before the work and I just. I'm attracted to roles that don't it just bad. Writing to make that the dominant character trait. It's not my dominant character trait. It's part of you know has to be part of a complex portrait That informs other pieces of your personality. But I just know when you read a script that it's just they just want you because you're not going to happen if you want you just to be because the suit fits or something you know so I am going to have rockstar. Not Me if I don't ask you about the finale of game of thrones so I'm going to do it right now throws these raw. The New Yorkers such a peaceful on this on the cartoonists thicke cartoonist. They throw rocks Did you did you follow the the fan response. No I mean you never gonNa make anybody everybody happy with anything we do. Everybody's GonNa always have an opinion and that means and ownership but that means they really loved it it's like breaking up with somebody they they get upset and I can't speak for everybody but my my feeling is they didn't want it to end so a lot of people got angry. I bet this is this happens. Monsters are created And you don't see it coming. We vote them into office. You know it happens. And so for everybody to get upset because they Loved characters so much and they had so much faith in that person they were signposts all along the way your character. Of course of spoiler alert Denarius Yeah Tag Area Andrea took a bit live a fascist turn. Yeah but that's because you know what was happening all along it added up to something And you know I I you know there are people who have named their children. Lucy and gotten tattoos were all were all tattoos on people. And just maybe wait till the season finale. The series finale before you get that Tattoo or or name your golden retriever Deniro's. NLP can help you. I'm sorry I'm very sorry. Did you expect that TYRIAN would survive through the end. No none of us did none of us did we. were all nervous. Got The scripture it now that the show is is done you have a certain amount of cultural. Oh capital that you can really spend on doing things that you want What do you want to do with it? You have a production company where you can make whatever you know. Whatever you're interested in in You probably have any choice of roles. Actors they come in in the ninth inning. After a lot of Creativity creativity has been sparked and I'd I'm trying to rewind and I'm producing now and and I that inspires me that that sort of being on something from the ground floor creating something as a writer director and and That's what I'm doing now acting perhaps much more selectively than I've been doing which is so I think that's just a natural progression getting older. You know getting up at five. AM In some strange location where you can be home in bed. The you really have to be a good project to get you there since you get to rock out so much. Is there any chance of getting whizzy together. No but I really they want to make a cast album of zero That's a goal of mine. Never been on a cast album so hopefully the the the ban the national We'll consider that It's a real pleasure to talk to you. You answer coming in the actor. Peter Gingrich speaking with Michael Schulman Schulman staff writer for the magazine. You can read more from their interview at New Yorker Dot Com. That's it for today. Thanks for joining us and remember on Christmas. Stay the movie little women opens and if you miss my interview with Greta Gerwig who wrote and directed the film you can find it on the podcast of the New Yorker Radio Hour. have a terrific colladay. And if you're travelling be safe please join US next time for the New Yorker Radio Hour The new Yorker Radio Hour is a co-production WNYC studios and the New Yorker. Our theme music was composed and performed by barrel garbage of tune yards with additional music Alexis assists Corato. This episode was produced by Alex. Barron Emily Boutin Ave Correo corby karen. Roman Hallelujah David Crasner Caroline Airline Lester Louis Mitchell. Michele Moses and Stephen Valentino with help from Warren Flannery Alison Macadam Mum Fei Chen and heavily mad the New Yorker Aradio. Our is supported in part by the train.

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Prepping for Baby #5

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

06:16 min | 1 year ago

Prepping for Baby #5

"Today. We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT BABIES. Those of you who listen to last week's episode or have been reading my blog know about our exciting news so yeah we'll be talking about that and how things have changed changed over the past five years of the past thirteen years in the case since my oldest was born and different gear recommendations that people have sent in so thank you all for doing those out. We're going to be doing more episodes about advice. Various people have for the baby stages and such. I just can't believe there's a thirteen year age. Spread that is amazing. Matt is going to be you're. GonNa have a built in babysitter right and maybe at least for the older kids. I'm definitely comfortable. Leaving Jasper with the older children home town in newborns are complicated well. We'll we'll see how that all works out. I'm so excited for you. I mean you guys I sort of had this like inkling and I can't even remember why anymore and then when she told me it was like so I just I just I'm so excited for this and oddly enough some of not just lower but like I feel like a lot of my very close those relatives and acquaintances are all having babies at the same time so we are very excited to do this episode and talk to Laura. More about everything this US expecting although although she of all the people I know having babies. They're all having their first and you're having number five question for you. Is You feel like you're inducted into some kind of like special five because I do feel like you know two to three a three to four okay four to five to me. That's like that's like the Line Yeah I. I don't know I mean I always joke that. Zero to one is the big change everything. Oh I totally agree more from the outside of helping okay. Yes as whether you have a truly early big family yeah I duNno big families. Are I kind of in my mind. Put Four to five as the same bucket and so then then the six plus is where it starts getting interesting. DRE this inevitable. One more than you have always seems seems big big deal but six six dots crazy only crazy people do that now. We we did the reveal for the kids this Halawani about reveal yes so I had bought shirts for all the kids that the older two boys had wants big brother again Alex Scott one that said newest big Bro and risk got a big sister shirt and then I had a little onesie that said little brother and we all sat down we'd gotten back from our California vacation and we were sitting around the table. Call the family meeting hit everyone on route the shirts and a Jasper looked at it in two seconds like you're having another baby like Yay yeah because he put the pieces together like already put the pieces together. I think he mentioned that he had talked about with Sam at some point that they were speculating about it because I mean he's not an idiot. He's twelve. He's in. I am not Flat Tummy Right. You're listening for twenty weeks when we told them subtle. It's at twenty weeks pregnant with your fifth kid. It's it's not entirely so I would say. It wasn't totally out there. I don't take a lot of people were guessing that it was was the case. Probably imagine a lot of what you choose to wear putting wearing flowing hide it but if you were wearing a form fitting tank top. It was probably being evidence so they were very excited. I mean the big heads. Were just like jumping up and down like oh my goodness. This is so excited. Alex was a little bit more wary but I think it's more that was just overwhelmingly no context for what this even means rights but he arrested him. This isn't their first Rodeo zone their first radio edit over the next day. You're too. Alex definitely was getting into the idea and the funny thing I mean. They're all coming up to me wanting to feel the valley. Feel the baby kick like they're talking adding to the baby because this is the thing I've been so aware of with four other children is I mean he's my baby but right. He's their sibling and there's more of them and they're welcoming him into this tribe of theirs which by the way I'm not a member of that tribe I bet tribe is the thing and so they have their own interactions I'd just really a reminder that fits baby comes into you a whole community that is already there and that's kind of fun to welcome to Josh use the phrase we were thinking about number three and we were thinking about the a significant spacing between two and three which is nothing like five but still he said Oh. This is going to be a family baby and I like that idea like you're totally having a family baby baby. Everyone has one and so the kids talk to him there. They've been calling him a a name which I don't know if that will be his name but it's going to be hard to not not named him that if they keep calling ads really not some of the names. Alex suggested Alex suggested Kylo Ren for instance the baby will not be Kylo blue. Wren remember that one of my good friends in high school they were a family of sex I think and then they were having a baby girl and he was. He named his baby sister. They picked a rather unusual name. Her name is Roxanne to like getting some Cyrano Diversion Berge at the time so academically inspired but it was pete's are thought it was so cool that like he got to pick the name and yes so maybe maybe that will happen in your family yeah now. They're they're all into it so very very fun. That is so hard for kids to wait. Wait another four months but they

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"cyrano" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Vessey may have been better productions of Cyrano, although I never saw the number one that had so many directors dues. Director? He just sits around and bosses. Everybody doesn't do anything, actually just like in the movie, exactly. My problem was had so many amateur directors everybody around the house was telling me how to read my lines including birdie Marjorie was busy rehearsing a play for the following week. She wasn't too busy to put her two cents worth. Start here on page twelve hunky. Remember off my Shapur with an air. My mantle, I toss to Alexi..

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"cyrano" Discussed on No Ego

No Ego

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on No Ego

"Money? Remember the money? Remember the money? Remember the money? So now your face and your facial muscles and your mouth, it should be feeling a lot more relaxed. So the last kind of cherry on top for any good pre presentation warm pre game ritual is some mindset, right? So my favorite is. I threw my hands up in the air ele AB Cutty, and I say a line from Cyrano diversion act, which is I feel too strong to war with mortals. Bring me giants. Right. A lover. Okay. But you can do anything that works for you. You got this whatever it is. That's gonna make you feel powerful. Like, the subject matter expert that you are. But we'll do mine. Because this is what works for me. And I love this adoptive. Here we go I feel too strong to war with mortals bring age. I he's not believe you one more time. I feel too strong to war with mortals. Bring me giants. Okay. That's it. Nice get to go. And typically when I go in that head coaching. They look at my power point. They wanna hear and they want to mind kind of we're Smith my words and craft my message. That's what a lot of people think about it training, or when we work with people are going to present to aboard that we need to make sure their information's good. What I love about. You is you make sure we're good. So that no matter what comes up from the audience. It's like you're open your heart shockers open your aligned, you're like ready to go. I love the warm ups up this. It's all important, right? This is about going from good to great. So your contact was already good. Your PowerPoint with already because you can do that. I don't want to give people the impression you don't do that. Like, I'm Jay Jeff your message. So and for my tedtalk, you guys really helped me craft messaging to get things concise and sustained and clear. So yeah. One of the studies I love to quote when I need buy in from people about why this is important is a study called the Moravian study. And it's the most historic in some seminal study they've ever done on an audience's perception of a speaker's credibility. They studied three things body language tone of voice in content, and it was over four hundred and fifty thousand audience members in several hundred speakers and the percentages are amazing. So thirty eight percent of the audience's perception of the speakers credibility was based on tone of voice. So pint, Nick, your credible, and I trust you. And I think you are subject matter expert because of how you sound right. Your voices and shaking, it's powerful. It's grounded. You're pausing. You're taking your time. Fifty.

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"cyrano" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

Is It Transphobic Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

"Then only later in sort of like the clear light of non hormones and like time to think about things going. Oh, wait, wait. Like, there's actually a lot of issues there. Like, I didn't mind so much of the movie did it by did my this sort of suggestion that yeah, this is just the next romantic moment in a series of romantic moments, like even in Ciro Cyrano de Berge Iraq. Like the person knows which face they're kissing the girl, whatever I don't remember her name either. I mean, admittedly, it's been forever. So I don't remember any of the names for Cyrano diversion wreck. I'm sure it's something like Valerie or Vivica, ROY. Monica or these other jobs that I can think of that are this person because even Sierra Burgess is very similar to Cyrano diversion, Jack. All right. I've got. I got one more note. I'm not gonna Liz out with you. Look. Okay. I actually this was more friendly banter. So it was a little bit more interesting. But then it was responded to fly Bruin thick of a lesbian, just like. I just I just don't know this move. The movie the movie doesn't know the movie doesn't know I mean, and actually the line from cheerleader girl is I I'm not gonna let out with you. I only do that at parties that was it. I only do it at parties. Yeah. I mean, that's true to life right there like that's real. And I appreciate it being in there. And I just like I feel even if you're a was a little bit uncomfortable with like people sort of insinuating on her sexuality that she doesn't have it. She doesn't handle it in a way that makes sense to me. And and I feel like it's in the same thing in that sort of like the man thing it's like when people are mean to her about her size. When when people, you know, insinuate other things about her being a nerd, or a loser that makes sense in its earned within the story in this other stuff is just like, but also what's good insult to say to grow. You don't like, oh, you're listening. Okay. So let's wrap this up weekend. We we're gonna ask the questions that we always ask which is a wasn't enjoyable. Visit transphobic let's start with with start in that order. You can make a noise you can use a one to ten scale. However you need to to convey whether this movie was enjoyable. It wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen. I definitely hated movies more it had it had moments in, and I think some of it was that all of the actors were real good. And there was all the main characters had sort of genuine bits that I enjoyed when the movie kind of struck on something that hit home a little bit more for me. So. I wouldn't watch it again. But yeah, I've definitely struggled more. Like, it was no like wolverine film or something. Or with the last one was good. I heard I didn't see it. But you have watched Logan. Oh, no. I did see Logan. Wait. I did see Logan anti was good. I how many will free movies are that don't answer that. That's not important. If we include Logan there three. Yeah. The first I've seen the first one in the last one, but the third one wasn't good. Okay. Great. They're three. I that's why some in my head. I think in my head. I think therefore, I don't know. Why the okay anyway, it was no x men origins. Wolverine thus the first one, right? Ms dig myself as you please take this. I give it three Hugh Jackman as wolverines out of ten. No. But I I give it a do give it a solid three..

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"cyrano" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Knowing that this was the third part of the trilogy that sequence was designed to be, you know, a book end to what we call forbidden friendship, the sequence that you're referring to the first film in that we have two characters that are getting to know each other on an isolated beach. And in this case with the additional third wheel element of hiccup in the in the bushes. Like, you know, like it Cyrano Cyrano Berge back. We we wanted to to be polluted by his time spent with humans, not only the last night fury. So therefore, he hasn't had siblings and parents to teach him the ways of fury's, but he's been living in a domesticated way with hiccup for for a while now. So when called upon he's a bumbling idiot in terms of courtship and light fury. By contrast is is pure. She comes from the hidden world. She's not the last of her kind. She's been surrounded by dragons and her only interactions with humans have been negative as me. Early on in the film. So it felt like a nice setup to a comedic scene that would rely entirely on pantomime and John Powell's music. I I remember when I was watching the first film for the first time being so so struck by the the flight sequences, the exhilaration that the speed the gravity of them. And the danger is well, you have that moment where where hiccup he becomes untethered from from toothless, and he's and he's folding, and you don't know if they're gonna go in time. What was it? Like developing those sequences, and you mentioned before Roger deacons cinematographer who has been putting involved a believable three fins has. And y was he did he help you out with those sequences how did he contribute to to these films? Well, I part of your question. It was just such a thrill for Chris Anderson. I on that first film to play in the world of CG animation. We come from hand-drawn animation background where there were many, limitations. In terms of what we could do with the camera. How dynamic we could be and suddenly we had this new tool in the box that we were just having a great giddy time playing with so designing action sequences and kind of visceral Connectik thrill rides on the backs of dragon was just it was it not only was delivering on the premise of a movie with dragons. But it was a new tool in our hands. And we're having a great time with it trying. To make it as I guess immersive and visceral as possible, and then Roger deacons who brought into the mix because we wanted. We wanted more conversation between the team that was creating the camera moves and compositions with the team that was actually lighting those shots down the road. They're separated by months in the pipeline. And we wanted a little more communication. So we brought in Roger Deakins to to help bridge that bond, but he actually ended up joining the production as a full-time consultant which was great because he was influencing decisions right up at the front in terms of the palate an atmosphere and kind of inspirational reference for the the sequences the movie all the way through to the final lit shots. And that that meant that he waited on a lot of the camera decisions as well..

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"cyrano" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on KPCC

"I'm alive. I'm aware. I loved you the damn. I love you today. Will love you to my life. I believe these letters still exist right there around one. The other thing is Dolores Nick's mom did was one day. She said. She took him into the bedroom. And she opened the doors and address her in under some other stuff. There was a box with I think there's almost seventy letters sixty seven sixty eight letters from this trip with Don, Shirley, and it's all the letters that he sent home to her. So that material we use. I mean, and that's just another. You're right. It's a love story between these two guys. But it's a love story between Tony and his wife Dolores, and in a way in a sort of Cyrano de Berge way, like living vicariously loving by Kerry Asli having this appreciating this, obviously, Tony really is crazy about his wife in doc would see this and he had a degree in psychology as well. And he is reputed to have said he said neck that, you know, your father was someone that I it was a really interesting object of study for me. During this trip? I had to teach him how to speak intelligibly, I love. But then I think it became sort of a initially a pastime for Dr Houghton these letters. But.

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"cyrano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's William shatner's version of the Beatles Lucy in the sky with diamonds L L S D. Yeah. No. Meaning to be taken from that at all Bill. Right. Exactly. But combined with piece of literature that had solidity and and. And Cyrano diverse wreck. I may climb great heights. But I will climb alone combined with a song which needed drugs to climb. That was the original intent played alone. Like that you think what the heck is the actor doing? But that's what the actor was doing. Do. You know, it's been fifty years since they record came out the transform, man. I know Bill the reason I bring up transform man is because he recorded that during star Trek's, I run the album actually had captain Kirk name right there on the cover next yours, and it seems like in the marketing there's an indication that the line between you William Shatner, and captain Kirk the captain of the starship enterprise was blurring. Did it feel like that? At the time. I never felt like a starship captain in real life. Although I may have actually. What? Have been a bit demanding. Sure left. You know? I would say okay used the word starboard starboard police if somebody who's driving my car, but no I never confused. I don't I the acting world with the real world. I'm more in the perception of you at the time in did people. See you as as Bill Shatner people. There was a time when the when when Motorola had designed a Star Trek phone after the few years of Star Trek, and they gave me one if you sound too young holy thirty one. Yeah. You sound twenty nine actually I think I meant mental age. That's good twenty. You're you're in your transition. Thank you. So I was in an airport. Am I flipped open? This Star Trek Motorola, phone to make phone calls. One of the first phones one of the first electronic phones. And and gathered a crowd who were laughing at me. And at first I didn't understand why. And then I realized it was right out of Star Trek. Do you? Remember the first time you went to we were talking about phantom on the show. Do you? Remember the first time you went to a convention. I do very vividly because I did want to go. I thought true real actors serious. Actors artists do not go to. What we're conventions them? Where was it was in New York? And and they said well fifteen thousand people are going to be there eligible. What do I say? And they said, well, you make it up as you go along it took years to kind of perfect a confidence and a somewhat of a routine to to some of the questions and confidence really that you're going to be. All right. So that I. Comic con that first convention was a nightmare. Because you were nervous each slip up the whole time. Yeah. You'd never less than down. Well down. What how do I answer the question? What am I going to say? How can I keep people amused for an hour out here? I'm all alone. You seem you seem more comfortable with it. Now. Well, how out of all that travail came a one man show, which I did on Broadway toured the United States toward Canada toured us read going back to Australian October out of that came a tour that I'm doing right now with a film called the wrath of Khan of a Star Trek film, and I come out afterwards and do an hour with the audience. Yeah, you'll go to William Shatner dot com. See what I'm doing? I'm coming to a city near you sooner or later pedagogy bikes by a pedagogue bike. This is the bike again what the bike this is the bike that you can turn into electric if you want. That's right. It's like a little motorcycle. If you wish or you pedal away you pedal. Admit to you Bill. I'm curious about that thing you gotta be it's fifteen members of my family. We have a close knit family anyway. But imagine fifteen people going out on a bicycle trip. Everybody hanging together because nobody's faster than the other. Right. Pretty good. Right. And not that I wanna play on. Oh, not bad. That's a Canadian. Is you got to get rid of not back Lee? Good. Now, you sound like a positive. I want to play another clip. Take a listen. Something I wanted to say having.

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"cyrano" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

13:09 min | 3 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

"Three minutes and closing offers Koch of the day we've just received the report from the fleet engaged the ball art champion wide open by chairman analyzed Cuba Texas and there is a danger. Should I have your ship standby evacuate our moment of triumph. I think you overestimate their chances. You know she ships biological culture assistance docket maximum firepower binary impressive impressive charming to the last yes hours reading three the podcast bringing you news and review of all welcome to episode thirty three of Radio Free Endo but so gonNA pick quite Cyrano Orlando now Paul is left but it's not so quiet in the world of Star Wars Ono as we have had the new trade.

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"cyrano" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on About to Review

"At this point i think goes alba chino kind of in this biggest slump i would say creole is a lot of garbage stuff he's kind of picked it up in the last few years and doesn't really interesting this was just him this phoning it in just being really the whole setup is just kind of the five diamond award exactly and they still that and then you have matt damon in like this the worst prosthetic nose thing with this kind of date rape drug that whole plotline trying to seduce the secretary to get in there with his like you know cyrano de belgique knows how problematic yeah it's like and it ends with like the cgi really crappy cgi helicopter you know taking up the whole like so and so it's it's like they would all take ocean's eleven turn it up all the way even more to thirteen and just make even his kind of fails falls flat on his face and it can lose it almost it's kind of the tried to heart of a movie they lose that kind of effortless cool that they had with ocean's eleven and yeah i definitely agree with that i liked the reveal with was it the fox or the the the sheaf yeah we all like i liked that reveal where he was watching them the whole time but they were also watching him watch them right like so that was clever because again going did that notions twelve with the whole faberge egg plotline that was the whole they did in notions twelve was they had this whole like double about that and so it's like.

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"cyrano" Discussed on Be Your Change

Be Your Change

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on Be Your Change

"So that we don't lose the battle to kind of what they used to call greenwashing where people say they're doing a good thing just to sell their product when it's really not that sustainable or that environmentally friendly and so what we're hoping to do is to really build this momentum with integrity rather than people again just trying to make money off of it people all making money once did he shows fifteen billion us dollars where poor into impact investment in two thousand fifteen venture capitalists cyrano cohen predicted tipping point for the movement will happen in twenty twenty when bloedel impact assets i expected to reach free hundred billion my personal thinking is if we don't reach a tipping point pretty soon and turn this we're going to lose the battle and we're gonna lose it serve we have to start investing in a way that protects the planet that protects its people and i'm really hopeful that this movement's going to have a lot to do with that and moving people's awareness moving the needle making that tipping point arrive where it's just unheard of to invest in something that you don't understand you would say i want to be careful with how i invest because i care about the world one way we invest is by putting our money bents but over free dozens banks including wells fargo bank of america and citibank support in findings adecco the access pipeline climate activists in the epa said the pipeline will increase greenhouse gases endanger wildlife in effect local american indian tribes susa folder in two thousand seventeen seattle became the first city to break ties with wells fargo in protest.

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"cyrano" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Wow you know from cesar yeah man who doesn't laugh when you get him to laugh it was oh that's i've heard people talk about it it's like hearing god laugh yeah also more into when you hear lauren laugh it's amazing and literally like when i got my first sketch on the air i got lorne to fucking belly laugh during reap through and i was and when it was done i was like this is gonna be on down the first one i wrote was sketch it was caused cyrano and i had no i had to watch i always do but i'd watched no diversion cyrano movie not the steve martin roxanne version early on it was black and white and it was great fucking if you ever wanna see a great old movie sure check it out and and i just thought like wondered did they had to ever done a black version of cyrano and if they did do it because i imagined it was paul robeson somebody would have done it and i thought if he did it then he wouldn't have a long nose he would have a wide no he said that in lorne read that station direction even went he like double dover laughing and john downey to down even started laughing you know and it was like you know it was like it was a good feeling to know oh i i just they they hear everything yeah and so to get them laugh like my third show in was very rewarding and was written for alec baldwin and myself.

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"cyrano" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"cyrano" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And like he call up always afer rare who was one of the great academy award winners and cyrano de bergerac nominated from run ruash big star on broadway he was happy to come to work i said why did you take the job joe he said well i got four kids in college uh yeah it's touching the shares those people and faulty to as we said before also members in oh dan daily was perfect for the role of tolson now a picture with rodrick crawford but they came to me and they said uh dan daily has failed a medical exam are they want insure him so you have to give somebody else and i said i'm not going to go back to dan daily at wonderful trooper who did all those movies with betty gray balloon everything i'm not going to go back and tell him he can't have the part because he can pass the insurance i central forget about the insurance for the whole picture we're not going to ensure anybody i'm not going to tell dan daily he can't be insured so he came went and did the foty did a fine job and he saved the picture because when we got to washington nobody wanted the letter shoot in any of the locations because of the controversy about jay go hoover and then we got a call from the white house and and betty ford who is the vice president's wife was a huge fan of dan's a the hour of she'd been a former boris girl and she wanted to end early and broderick crawford to come to the white house for lunch with her and kissinger and the president and vice president rockefeller and i close the picture down and and while they were there i called everybody in washington and said we want to shoot at your location but we can't do it tomorrow because the stars are having lunch at the white house with the president and i got permission i got permission from everybody to shoot at the locations i wanted all because of dan daily and danielle they wouldn't have been there if i had kicked him off the picture become couldn't get insurance as a nice ordered a good deed and the good deed came back you know and i guess that was a last picture the dan ever may now and he was a lovely guy and broader crawford drunk barrick robert crawford.

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