19 Burst results for "Eddie Red"
Johnny Depp claims Amber Heard was having affairs with "Pumpkin Head and "Potato Head"
"Accused his ex Amber heard of having affairs with pumpkin head. And potato head. Those were the names he used for Leonardo DiCaprio, Pumpkinhead, He's pumpkin and Channing Tatum. Potato head. Yeah, I can see that today. You thank you. The Aquaman actress at his misheard revealed that the very jealous act or That would be Mr Depp. Considered nearly all of her male co stars as a sexual threat. In a statement filed as part of his explosive libel case in London, he accused me of having affairs with Each of my co stars movie after movie Eddie Redmayne, James Franco Jim Stern, Valium and Go back. He was really worried that she was having an affair with Eddie Redmayne. I don't You know, I think I think she's throwing in Eddie Redmayne. Because that that would indicate only one race that would indicate how crazy he would be. You see, that's why go back. That's that's that's that's that's too You thought picking on Eddie? Red Man? Nobody wants to have an affair with Eddie Redmayne. Nobody. Kevin Costner, Liam Hemsworth, Billy Bob Thornton. I would have an affair with Kevin Costner before I would have an affair with Eddie Redmayne. Oh, making making a note of that right there. Eddie Redmayne. He's there in that wheelchair. Little would have been there with you. Kevin Costner.
"eddie red" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Did thank you riley i did see this article i guess it was yesterday the day before high end so yeah i mean i guess they did they in the uk they lowered the rating from that movie so where i guess people fifteen years they're older could go and see it 'em which seems a messy yeah pretty relationship you have to have a parent company you know i don't i don't know what the rent nothing in the uk yeah and i like me if i'm wrong fell matter but i'm pretty sure yeah also provided inside the price from london to vote in but someone eddie red sparrow was it was a particularly violates pretty violent yeah quite a sexual violence is well sexual violence is like a guy gets a skin just shaved off and stuff like it's pretty violent yeah but like a thing a cheese grater something like oh yeah it's it's pretty it's i mean more so for the sexual violence i would say it is pretty violent i mean now i guess it's the bigger question now i'm glad the movies like red sparrow and my mother even with jennifer lawrence have come out but i agree that the rating should be way stricter i mean i think it's they're two different arguments there but i'm glad that people are complaining about movies but i think in this case it's more so just know or the distributors ban whereby delany right you have yeah but i platform you have responsibility but i'm glad the there are big budget movies that are causing cut polarizing views 'em like that in like mother even more so but 'em that isn't it weird case but 'em yeah oh i know now there if you thought but tuba brandon and i reviewed it on the show is i listen to that a schematic rico that's we could talk 'em along heavy smoke i guess we can't to book smart but i don't know how it would change the rating system like i'm i'm only no time well i mean i think in this case it should be like a at least you know the r rating like oh is that what i mean i wanna frankly we fully developed playing for for free soon or rated movie no but the one thing that inspires a violent ideas and so jail real contests hope it inspires me i'm just like natalie portman speech i hadn't thought about it and i thought about her long time and i'm like that's kind of weird natalie portman like a people's choice we told whenever my talking about more more and she saying the explicit 'em i am a what's the word i'm looking for here nagler no no no no we like perception no like a more literally like showing the view representation of it depiction depiction yeah we got the we got it depiction as such of the actual events oh i think can be i had thought up where she said it but it's very true and if you're gonna do i tell you don't need that actual depiction of this is the fact sure saturday i mean i i agree you don't need the depiction of the benefit of the depiction yeah no i disagree i disagree with that to like think about we're talking about earlier dragon the dragon tattoo it's it's important that you see how she's treated in order for her to be perhaps you off but i think also it's i mean i never sensor anyone's or for any reason well when you're out of luck was the year guy blue is the woman scholars a creep up though as we start you know he got he got booted right out of the can he came back with a movie that oh yeah i did know on a graphic for no okay i i did i did see that i know is the blue is the one i still love iso judging mind you know both those actresses 'em a filed complaints about his behavior toward them filming i didn't see them i mean i love the minute but that's too bad his behavior yeah that's building onset yeah yeah you suba if you're gonna take on it nobody made in make the movie you know and my thing there right mhm 'em was i agree with not censoring people's far work that said i think it should be perhaps his responsibilities filmmaker say you know what this movies and she reviewed by people who have a love their own life form their own experiences naturally a noah boundaries and what happy league amy it's sort of like this i mean i've never seen anybody be killed in real life i've never seen you know 'em that i know about i've seen some really bad car accidents happen 'em but you know you got movies and you get a sense of you know what that would be like for instance like you see saving private ryan and yet people say the world war two vets in the theater they had the leave right away it was so realistic and it brought back memories and so i think that's one of the powerful things about films that gives you the chance to experience what you couldn't otherwise experience and so i'd yeah it's that's why it's important to have those things for instance like if you're familiar with the care of baggio 'em i forget which one of those but it's the heading of someone 'em female and you know figure cutting the head off a sleeping man and you know a lot of you know blood coming out and that sort of thing 'em i mean where else would you have seen something like that in the sixteenth century in and so it's 'em illinois i just think it's important to gillette people experience the full range of life and it's important to connect us and you know right now you're you're you're perhaps nick gating all the materials that shows these things in a lighter scope or through a voice that is unhealthy without demonstrating that while and or like please that point across clearly number one off like movies like john wick wherever which is up dead dead dead the dead it's like dissented tising like well you know the whole video game argue and then bob la oh it's all that and the same can be said was like sexual violence and stuff to sure like i don't think that should ever need to be depicted from so it'd be told while i think people just have empathy you know what i mean like why do you need to see that to get emotion you can get them at all okay well i think within like have you seen twelve years a slave slave yeah you know the scene or of course you know the scene were 'em be a actresses being whipped yeah like i think that that somebody like that scene haunts me still like i think about that seem like a lot and and that's the power of an image you know it's the same thing like you know the famous photograph of the soldier shooting the civilian in the head and i think he's vietnam work yeah odia you know i mean that's the power of an image and end like life is not pretty special and you know like i think exposing people to this violence things only enhances empathy a correct i i think i yeah i would i would i would say like what is correct well that's that's the million dollar question is now it's a valid empathy in crews in history in history that i mean like who decides what's empathy with sympathetic a non yet that probably were not in this or i would say like nonsurgical pass like for the most part gonna be able to go to a movie like that income away and be a better more empathetic person because i've seen somebody abused in a way that shocking however they're all throughout the afternoon navy happen this is true yeah yeah i know but i mean i i understand the point all right now i mean okay why should i just i i think what it was like was george and slavery after do about like depictions of violence no not the origins the continuation quite some time you met you mean like currently kern slavery in today's or just say over over over over you know what i mean i i don't i mean just in terms of how i enter effect yeah in terms of how it's continued oh yeah i think people are desensitized sensitized things yeah yeah well i think in terms of protect portraying violence are dipping violence i think that there is a responsibility to be doing it if you are i'm talking about gratuitous miss you guys about like on what's his name you know could soon now i don't agree or you know a letter demanding violence in our name a horror movie rob zombie now no new ira yeah like that i don't need that my life but nobody does nobody died i i would agree with me my dad i see i disagree i just don't think anybody like i don't really know who you are ross's he's funny gave us great the hostile movies and needed on the green inferno most recently okay i did see that recently 'em yeah i thought that was like i thought that was like gratuitous to a point of like satire like i thought that's what he was going get pang john yeah 'em well but like but i this wrong with that it's like who decides anything for anybody luck i can't i mean that's gross i cut you off campaign with your blood unacceptable i could say it was my outlook no but you're taking a human life so there's a difference between acting and then doing slipping in reality i said he would take no okay let's even like the again they're doing it attached to die raven like all the hate crimes that have happened you know the right knee crampton trump like these things have influence yeah people feel inspired fired able burned by watching viewing you know he never he doesn't do anything he doesn't right spray painted a swastika on tv i mean come on now i orders have to do with word of it well i think that in terms of now it's up it's up to every individual person but i think that depicting violence for instance like i'll give you like years like so there's like a real world thing there's a there's a school shooter right and they always say the same thing they shows picture and they placers name everywhere and the given famous celebrity and i think that's wrong right you know what if somebody wants to do said that movie the when we lived so what about norway no the movie we watched with the wrinkle in time power oh yeah tower i see even five looking through that 'em so like i think that's wrong i think like there's there's always obligations to you know i think for the most part it's like my my grandmother he's telling me you know like you know the difference between right and wrong and i think most people to know the difference between right and wrong maybe i'm an optimist i think i would disagree but yeah i think he'll be persuaded cool only and i think that's what i mean so i mean i think that's yeah i mean i i know like i like it's weird again that argument lot of my friends like or a particularly religious i think it's almost like maybe from like my background with that but like i genuinely believe like most people are good people and wanna do the right thing at an innocence i agree with you but i think even in a larger sense i think people are even more able to be persuaded differently i think they may be brought up that way but then i think they have there's an even bigger a i think everyone is inherently good but i think that there are many people blow out there that are very easily able to be persuaded to think differently as in by whatever is what trump's america including a like someone who may be what yeah like if someone who may be on the edge of things and then they see see the leader of their country singer oh you know all these kind of race for a movie like west at one west matt dillon oh a a killer movie 'em come on.
"eddie red" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"So it was kinda cool because in here he comes off as a real creep. Yeah. He's I mean, he's a socially awkward guy. And I guess there's space for that. Like, I think it's interesting that you choose a socially awkward character. Who doesn't you know has trouble fitting in as your hero? But and I don't think I'll ever say this about any movie ever again, they cast him next. Dan, Fogler who should have been the hero. Like, Dan Fogler is is much more interesting in fun too. I think she has more screen time. Like Eddie red main is supposed to be the hero of the movie, and yet he's actually not in that it feels like he disappears from the movie for large periods of time. Well, I think the point of to to defend the idea behind Newt's KOMO ninety before understand that because he's he he's an audience. Okay. I think the notion is he's this awkward guy. He's a extreme pacifist who only cares about his his special animals. East's animals, and so he doesn't want to like take any side and anything that's going on. And he's character who's forced to then step up and overcome this kind of dividends and like with the wage with the world, and but they make him. So like retiring that he disappears off the screen. Yeah. I mean, it's in some ways he he seems like a bad doctor from Abed's couple seasons of doctor. Who were oh, here's this kind of strange, eccentric who is very powerful. But does things for his own reasons and his in his reluctant to like play the hero, but gets thrown in the role, and it's like, but he's so, yeah, he just is so non existent as a personality that and he any talks like this of. That's fantastic beasts of like so much the movies where it's like, what's that thing? Oh, that's a good glimpse. Doulos concerts type of animal. I just Okay. spent. And it's like Eddie reddening. I should have a little sign that's like turn on the captions now turn the captions on real early for this movie. But he's so there's some flaws in him as a character. There's a good way to do that character. And there is weird that in the captions. They spelled no maj with a J instead of g I think because then it still has no Meg. Yeah. But I don't know. I guess magic. If Clive Barker, spelling. Barker did a punch on the subtitles. About a midnight meat train. There's a reason that for no reason at all there's a scene where a character wakes up to find that another character has entered them in the night. And they're very happy about it. Which was I think the scene that. I got to reading a magic. Oh, where I was like, okay. I'm going to close this book now and just decide. The also there's the reluctant hero. It's a real great trope one of my favorite heroes of all time. You guessed it. Adam Warlock is a reluctant hero. He's the best is good way to it. Okay. So any red main Newt's commanders at the British ministry. He's got this little kind of mini group plant man named picket. And he's also got a little platypus, dude whose name I don't remember. And there is little hedge. Hedge beasts the rest of his keeps inside of a magic suitcase, which is which is like as my wife, put it one of the like coolest magic things the idea that you have like a suitcase you carry around with you. It's full of like a house in monsters and stuff. Yeah. It's I mean, it's it's reminds me of a I think something Peter Gabriel used to do in concert when he was performing sledgehammer. Disappeared as he went the way it was described me as he would take a suitcase and put it on the on the stage and open it up, and then the band would walk out of the suitcase like there was a trap door on the stage that the suitcase went over and they would play the song. And then as they were finishing the song boil the trick for me. Stopper knows. Magician has become too heavily. No, the mass magician was the one who was giving away the secrets. Well, maybe he sees that you're coming for his throat the revealing thrown..
"eddie red" Discussed on KCRW
"Davis. My husband left me the plans for his job. To pull it off. We you. Anyway, because I'm the only one standing between you and a bullet in your head. William this is Steve mcqueen's first film since twelve years a slave. How does it measure up? Well, I mean, they're they're very different experiences. This one is a heist movie in contemporary, Chicago, and Steve McQueen is not the kind of person who's gonna make fun blood and God's grind house. He kinda action movie. He's very interested in how economic strife and political turmoil in Chicago is affecting people, and forcing people to turn to acts like crime and on that level. It's a very intelligent slick well-produced motion picture with a dynamite cast, and the general plot is a bunch of women get together to pull off one last caper. Right. So these are the widows of this group of men who were a criminal syndicate. And so when they all get killed, which is not a spoiler. The film is called widow. The very beginning. They go off, and they all need money now, and they need to survive, and they need to get out of this life as they pull off the last heist that this gentleman had planned. But also, it's really it's about a lot. It's about being a woman of a woman in America. A woman of color in America a person of color in America. And he gets all these meaty Hetty themes in there in a film that is like a big studio glossy heist movie. So I was very impressed by the balance that's going on here. And I thought the balance was just a little bit of I thought it was a little bit more skewed in favor of all those heavy themes, all of which are fascinating and richly explored. But I thought it ended up giving the film a somewhat dour presentation that took away from the heist elements, which I thought should have been more exciting and overpowering in order to compensate, but is this radical to have a black woman leading a group of, you know, in a heist movie that in and of itself, he's making a political statement. I don't think I've seen that set it off which is. Also, brilliant move people don't talk about enough. So yeah, that's that part's fantastic. And that he's sitting in Chicago. He's also making another political statement. Right. Absolutely. Yes. Lots of political statements here, but it's fun. You can have your vegetables and your dessert in the same meals. All right. Let's move onto JK Rollings fantastic beasts, it's a return engagement starring Johnny Depp, Eddie red main and.
Margo Martindale, JK Rollings And Remillard Zoe Kravitz discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"This weekend? Here's your box office preview out this weekend is fantastic beasts crimes and Grindelwald wall. The second film and JK Rollings fantastic beasts series in this installment, the title wizard escapes and reassembles his followers with the goal of wizards and witches ruling over all mortal creatures it's up to Dumbledore and his former student to fight this threat to all of mankind. This fantasy adventure stars Eddie red main Katherine Waterston has Remillard Zoe Kravitz Jude law, and Johnny Depp. Based on a British TV series of the same name as widows and on some Ohio. Phil go ridden by gun rose, Gillian Flynn. The film follows the aftermath of a caper gone bad resulting in the deaths of the four would be thieves. Now, they're widow seek to follow in their footsteps and pull off the perfect crime. Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell, Jacki Weaver, Robert Duvall and William Niessen star. And Mark Wahlberg and rose Byrne team up in the comedy instant family. They play a couple who'd. Decides to adopt but finds themselves as guardians of three unruly siblings. Is they get a crash course in parenting, Margo Martindale. Julie Hagerty and Octavia Spencer also star still in theaters Grinch bohemian rhapsody overlord, the nutcracker in the four realms
"eddie red" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And I I hate one. I'm about ready to say because I think she is a wizard herself of popular culture. I think she's up there. And I think his popular culture history will will write her as such. I think she is a world maker. Along the lines of Frank bomb who did the wizard of Oz. Tolkien who did Lord of the rings George Lucas in the Star Wars universe? J K rolling created a world a fully a full-fledged, three dimensional four dimensional world. I love her. And I for all the reasons that is laid out. However, I know it's hard to say no to someone like JK, but Warner Brothers. You got to because the biggest problem with this sequel, and I would actually say to the first fantastic beasts is the fact that she's writing the screenplay. It reads like a book, and that is a problem this movie reads like a book there is so much going on. She has too many characters to service. And the flow. David Yates is the director who did the last? I don't know four Harry Potter's to to a to huge success. I think David got Harry Potter. His films are some of my favorites in that series. But my goodness. He can only do so much and going back to my the too many characters to service the flow also confuses, you you're with two people to characters and then all of a sudden the next senior, cutting the two more, and then you're going back to the other ones. And the biggest problem in. This is my. I call them car conversations when you talk to your people that you go to the movie with on your way home. How did you like this whatever? Yeah. She I quickly the biggest here's the umbrella problem with this franchise. I couldn't care less about these characters. Oh, that's bad. And it's bad. And I know that seems overly simplistic. But no, it's actually that is it that is the reason you loved Harry Potter as you were invested in, Harry, and and and her mind, and Ron you Jake, and I lay this I hate to say this the blame lie squarely at the foot of JK. We don't know barely know anything new or more about Newt the character played by Eddie red main in this movie than I did on the first one he isn't really fleshed out at all. In any substantial way, still and the Americans queenie and the other and the guy who care less. What are how did Johnny Depp? Do didn't he grinned old a fine?.
"eddie red" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Because I was like you. I said this man. This is great that he's twenties period piece because. Yeah, looks cold and it's good to see like in laws. Great actor, let me let me say a little bit become a tell you some even with some of the characters they brain back because you're talking about some of the characters like, well, you know, all these other let me know. But at least they did some of the characters that they bring back. No, the worst is as Ramirez Creedons is. Ezra Miller is and him. Yeah. The flash. Yeah. Yeah. Because that does not look like him are, you know, what? 'cause there's around the movie with put mopus with a long as face. Let's put so much time going weight is that look like why you confused what I'll tell you what they killed his ass movie and brought him brought him back in this movie with no explanation. All not none was that. He was dead. Nice that they had an explanation that damn, you know, a charm what running away from exposure. Right. A magic cloud. Have somebody say it's magic. They don't say nothing. They just do just pops. Because it was it was completely throwing me off. Because I was like, okay. He was dead. They brought him back. They don't explain it. Wait doesn't really look like him. Why would they get another actor who looks a lot like him but not being him? Okay. Because they can't be him because they're not acknowledging that happened in the last movie with him that full he came out in may mentioned nothing. Yeah. Like, not even one person. Like oh shit. I thought you were dead. No, one says anything he just he just pops up and a wizard circus art, they have this character the things he does as a character like as a writer. How you write a character? I'm like, none of what he's doing make sense with the character. He because they trying to set him up for something else that just complete feels completely false. And And you know, you know, what what I mean? I mean? I will say that having some the returning characters is a good thing. I think Martin I would disagree on this. Because I do like Eddie red main as as Newt now it hurts for you to talk in say where it's mud. I see he has his whole kind of. What's the word of autistic character going on? Yeah. Exactly. Very obviously is exactly. And it's more obvious this time, and I don't see. Okay. You say, you don't know if feel will agree. I don't know if you and I will agree this time. But what I can say is something I like in this movie over the last one quite a bit. Is that I liked Newt and even Dan Fogler character better this time. Yes. Because. You know? I mean, look at it, and you do wanna speak up a little bit because he's, you know, Eddie red man's that method of acting needs a cough drop. I would talk about it. But it hurts. But what I like about his character is that he is the reluctant hero. Down to being autistic. He's like hobbit, man. Like, you know, how Bilbo Baggins just just let leave me the fuck alone. Let me do my weird stuff at home, and then he gets in. But he can't help it. It's fake that he gets swept up in his grand adventure. And this person who doesn't who is very modest and feels like he's the least helpful in the plant playing a big role and everybody spayed, and that's what this is a love that. Well, he knew he has this whole thing where he shied like there's so many of the little ticks. He has where I'm like. His shy. But that's expert. Weird. How all these women fought for him. Just because he's so aloof. And scared to talk to people should be a lesson to you guys that that just shut the fuck, right? Around that you just hear about creatures. But that's what was cool about. This guy was rather hang out with animals deal with human beings, right to the point where even turned out chicks. Yeah. And it's like you turn down to ask. How you gonna save the world? 'cause it'll you wanna fuck Mobil one thing out and he's crucial for him to play a part in defeating brindell wall. Well with the first movie it was. Katherine Watterson character whose name I forget right now because she's one of the main characters, and it was like I was like they were trying to force them together..
"eddie red" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)
"That might be all. Yeah. Tom. Oh, this might be like one of my favorite theories because I love haggard. So. We've got one that basically kind of goes along the lines of like one of the very first things we ever hear Dumbledore say period is that he would trust haggard with his life. Which is that wouldn't totally make sense to everybody unless haggard literally. Yes. Saved his life. Yeah. They never really explained that. I do think we'll see the origin of like why Dumbledore trust Hagrid so much. Oh, I love that. B's? Yes, if wont had been snapped in half after his expulsion. What is the only one that can repair wants? Yes. To be the one who fix it. Here's what I what I would love if the very final frame of the v movie was like, okay, Dumbledore, defeats grew into wallet. Everything's good. Happy day we go back to Hogwarts. It's graduation, and they just like call Tom riddle's name, and you're like. She'll he graduates that year. Oh that would be. Hogwarts graduation is like never talked about graduation. Do they have them? I think Joe said that that's one of her regrets that we since she wrote that they skip their last year that she didn't get to write what that was like. Yeah. Now that could show us. Yeah. That would be fun. I would like that another thing that Brizzi now we're talking about which would be completely out of left field. But pretty cool is if at the beginning of one of the movies is just like Newt and Dumbledore, and he's going into the pensive and the rest of the movie is in the Pence, even it's a flashback with Arianna. And you see what happens? Totally. We're going to see the flash back to the aber fourth Albus. Wait. So how does this not end up being the Alvis Dumbledore story? It is as I think it's I think it's the new commander story. I disagree. Really? It's not called newts commanders not called Harry Potter's. And I'll call needs commanders called fantastic beasts. Yeah. But still I kind of shoehorned into making it Newt story. I think that's wrong. I mean, they could just pivot from Eddie red did you law? But like it seems like he's going to be like the lead actor. I would think in every movie I think he is. I think that they've said that Newt is the main character of every movie. Yeah. I think he's going to be in every movie. But I don't think he's going to have like such a big party every movie just like how I don't know in some movies her mind, he wasn't even there. She was like petrified. So I do that to Ron and the very next book. Right. I know. But that's what I don't know. I feel I don't know Newt's going to be as central in every single movie, it would be nice. But I kind of just wanted to be more than that want there to be other beasts like I won't Grendel all to be someone Negi needs to be a beast. I want to be other be. So it's not just Newton is beasts. It's like the beasts. They'll be. I totally think would Dumbledore alluding to though is that like Newt is amongst the most powerful wizards that we have seen in the thing about though is why they gave us that bog art scene..
"eddie red" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"Well, because there are some that do it and they don't do it very well. Marcia papers Lennon to. Yes, right. Awesome. I love it. Jupiter ascending which really enjoyed us a movie. And I, I love the Terry Gilliam like a cameo, but galaxy quest is a good one. Jupiter offending have a like a philosophical backbone to it. I did. Well, I'm sure you're not thinking of cloud outlets. Yes. I mean, I, yeah, cloud out, I am nothing. Not me neither. Not long, and it's scattered as but so interested or is sending people are being mined for their whole planets are being mined for their for their bodies. Right? So they could keep everybody else young. And I think that's another movie that deals a lot with, frankly, with animal issues with like, whether it's okay to harvest other creatures for your desires benefits and that sort of thing. So I would. I mean, yeah, it's not mostly it's just cool gadgets in them, but all remembers Channing, Tatum lion or whatever. Number Eddie red means weird voice. Yeah, he was like so bad. Right? Like just cringing performance but not his problem. I always feel I always feel bad for actors who were just like show up work at greens Burbank, and they're like two directors come to you and say like ours, so is going to be like a star ship going on your on a starship. This tennis. Starship you know, you're the Lord. Like you've no idea. If it's working, you have to trust the CGI team to create around you. Another sci-fi movie with philosophical ideas. I recommend is called spaced invaders movie from the eighties about a gang of goofy aliens that come around and, oh, just wander around the earth, highly recommended. Attack the block. Yes, movies such movie, and I don't think it gets like any attention or precedent when ever mentions it anyway. It's fucking brilliant. Yeah, I think did we see that together. That's awesome. The origin of John Boyega. About that movie. Okay. Good move. Another one that just came to mind. Might I might have lost it and there's got to be a shitload of old ones share, right? Yeah, martyr ship down. Isn't that a Vonnegut novel move about? It's an animated movie about rabbits. Yeah. Well, that's who the kids to read in middle school. I, Many, it's it's not not so good. a good movie though. No, I don't think it's. Yeah. I don't think it is. Okay. I remember seeing the cover and there's a fucking rabbit on the cover of. I never read. It was good movie. Okay. Yeah. All right. Well, I think we're going to go ahead and wrap it up, so thanks everyone for listening. It's been great. Having Austin, Rebecca here in person, they skies for stopping by. It's great having you. Now, you know what the space is like in real life. This great man and the parents of the fridge is stocked with LaCroix, and I've never had lacrosse. Croix. So I'm going to go try my first one right now. All right, welcome here because it's like a everyone in l. obsessed with everybody in America. Yes. Man, I hate it really love. Give me a damn coke. All right guys work. We find you on the internet Ryan. You can find me on YouTube and and and and what's that other? Oh Facebook. Oh, and patriotic and Twitter, all those things? Yeah, Ryan shorts. I make weekly comedy videos and and make a game show my garage, but Ryan's game. Thank you and Austin, you can have you have on Twitter, Austin, underscore Hayden. I also moved another movie podcast called, I dig this movie. It's it's fun. It's cool. Yeah. Yeah. And then and then I do a philosophy podcasts called AL's at dawn that you can check out check out all the move, able movies that you've been doing. Have you seen the whole canon yet? None on it..
"eddie red" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Give it a try and thank us later. All right. Back to the show. All right. Next trailer. Jamie was fantastic beasts. The crime of out Bino, Johnny. Depp I know are all very excited about this. How did you the lettuce trailer? I am super pumped guy. I've been on record that. I don't like Harry Potter, but I really love the fantastic beasts. Like I cannot. I cannot emphasize. I'm being so seriously, you're right now. I'm so enthralled with Jude law being young, double d and people don't. Like when I say dumble d they don't like when I say baby when up baby driver, but I will persist. I will continue to say this and I even like that. They're like the Dumbledore in the movies like he's old Dumbledore. He has a lot of hair in this movie young Dumbledore like is his hair is escaping, but it's fine. I'm okay with which I don't understand that your wizard like, hey, you like k. wizard yourself, some like Rogaine. This is my whole thing where Harry Potter. Why does my man have correct division? Just just like expect. Oh, corrective visitor. No, like an I. Six laying around face, don't wear round frames. We all know that it's very obvious. I am very pumped about this because I love Eddie red main pair met. He's always having to get out of his face and I loved it. The little boy that played him, and that was the only thing that looked like him with his hair. They crushed baby. Eddie Redman ever did the hair and make up for that. Maybe you deserve an Oscar serving Oscar. Also whoever wrote, I don't know if it was JK, but if you're going to tell me that the lady planes over Zoe Kravitz playing a leader l'estrange think it's historical cannon that maybe she had a physical thing with news commander, edited main come on now, guys come on, y'all come home. I'm not here for that. Listen. She does have daddy issues because her daddy is Lenny Kravitz. So I get why she might like wander around to Eddie red main. But here's the deal about this. And this is like a comic con sidebar. The beauty of this when they premiered this new trailer at. The economic. Johnny Depp came out in full costume as Grendel, granola, and then did a whole thing about like, why muggles aren't the worst. So what I love is the very next panel in the same room was aqua man. So did amber heard and Johnny Depp like what do you think had with gymnastics had to happen backstage to make sure that those two did not, because I'm pretty sure he's not allowed to run into her like with a hundred yards that need to be on opposite sides of the of the auditorium, I would assume, and here's the deal, Johnny Depp better actor than amber heard. Yeah, because Jake Harrow like the whole fantastic universe. They kind of got away with Scot free when it was like he's Grendel walled. He does some bad things and he's not cool with Australia. Like we're just gonna roll with it sharp, but he looks really awesome wall. So you know, I don't know. Let's say, I don't know if that's good, especially now that we've read that Rolling Stone. It's a tough for. Jamie will fantastic beasts past the Bechtel tests? Yes, it's shake as she's not going to let that she's not gonna. Let that be go down. I hope not. I don't see how I don't know if it's like queenie and somebody baby Waterston baby on order guy Watterson she is. So she's one of my favorite actresses Gomez. Okay. Understanding that why is baby Washington go out of her way to make herself not attractive because affiliate she's actively doing is I because Lek baby Watterson got into this business with the help of her father shar. So she has to be like, no, I'm a good actress in good. Actresses are sometimes not directive. Interesting. And I've seen Charlotte's their win an Oscar for being ugly. So I got, I got like, start from there. That's actually a great strategy because you can do the whole among Louis. I'm goin' didn't do. She's all that and be like, hey, guess what? Psych. I was pretty the whole time weirdos. You didn't even know. I was just great actress. You were blinded by talent, right? Goodbye. Last ruler. Jamie, the Walking Dead. Season ninety eight. How do you feel a Ogla two questions..
"eddie red" Discussed on About to Review
"It was just like, oh, that was a great twist like because again, Shamlan what did tweet twist from robot chicken just got made fun of all of the time. This one went the twister like, oh, wow, like, what are they going to do next to that? There's a reason why night Shyamalan has that reputation because he nailed a few of those. He did, but and then again, yeah, though the trees are killing you, what that? No, the happening the happening. Yeah. Yeah, it was rough. With this one. This. I mean, what unbreakable did it didn't a time when comic book movies were not what they are now? Yeah, they're kind of just starting off x. men yet. The original Spiderman kind of in theaters s like the fact that he kind of created his own comic book universe made split, and there was like, guess what? This is a bigger thing like I'm on board. Yeah, like split James McEvoy blew me away and split. I had some problems with the movie, their parts of just kind of fell apart, but James McEvoy like I voted for him and our settle film critics society awards for best actor. Killick heat crushed it. Like people can sleep on him for some reason. So. And he looks jacked in some pictures like he looks real big. Oh, yeah. As the beast. Yeah. Oh, sorry. No, I just going to say that I am confident for that one. I would give confidence. Well, Tokyo fantastic beasts. The crimes of Griddle wold because into the vote, I gotta say I was laid to the Harry Potter thing. It a lot of my friends who are into it or like just a couple years younger than me, so it hit them. Right. The perfect age. Sure. So this one, like I remember the movies coming out, I started seeing the movies, you know, kind of like them on all my Harry Potter nerd friendly, invade the books. Those jerks have no idea what what type of person would get mad at somebody looking to meet? You would get mad at somebody and yell at them? I would. I do that with every moving that, but. So I was late to it. I really fell in love with the movies, and then I went back and read all the books. It is a captivating series was a huge fan of fantastic beasts. No. Was it really solid and Newt Scamander played by the guy? Oh, man, I gotta put now the nurture yelling can hear you right now. Late tired. Fantastic. Eddie, red main. Thank you. Eddie red main. The guy like when you think of like the most charming bumbling character. Like he crushes it like he is so so good. I personally no spoilers, but when a character is re whatever spoilers movie years ago. Sure would Johnny. Depp is revealed right? It'd be to have been calling Farrell's character. I did not like that at all. Colin Farrell like he was good in the way of Johnny Depp being another eccentric weirdo as Grindelwald. I was not a big fan of that twist. That being said, I have to say when this trailer started and you hear that. Dutta it got me like it just like. Eight hooked me right away. Eddie read made. He, he looks at the camera into so innocent and horrible. Like come on, get the great creature designs. Yeah. Johnny. Depp does not look too annoying in this so far..
"eddie red" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Seems to be not so happy with the most famous scientists of our time has died stephen hawking was a theoretical physicist whose early work on black holes transformed how scientists think about the nature of the universe but his fame wasn't just a result of his research he suffered from a neurological disease that made it impossible for him to move his limbs or speak but that never kept him from thinking or communicating has big ids to the world there was even a pic about his life the theory of everything won an academy award for the actor eddie red main who portrayed hawking npr's joe palca has this look back at the extraordinary life of stephen hawking there aren't very many scientists who've achieved rock star status albert einstein okay but after that well stephen hawking was definitely a contender can you hear me we have lots and lots of mock survey data generally agree picture of of the universe is evolving when he came to scientific conferences like this one in nine hundred ninety nine the audience hung on every word and it wasn't just like the scientists who were in all the public flocked to him as well his popular book about his work was a huge bestseller he agreed that that book a brief history of time was probably the least read most bought book ever leonard ballade now is a physicist and science writer he and hawking collaborated on a less technical version of hawking's first book called a briefer history of time and that title handset what miladin now says was a central part of his character hawking sense of humor is hard as it was for him to communicate he would sit there sometimes he would take five or six minutes to be typing something out and then when he hits speak and and his system voices his words it would be a joke that sense of humor along with his fame allowed hawking to land some pretty unusual gigs for a physicist deal you is two hundred and eighty the world's smartest man what are you doing here hawking appeared in the simpsons cartoon show several times as well as a.
"eddie red" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And the right mortgage lender involves so much more than just a rate we've earned twelve jd power awards for client satisfaction and we invented rocket mortgage a simpler hasslefree way to get a mortgage completely online so choose quicken loans america's number one online lender call eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com equal housing lender nmlsconsumeraccess dot org number thirty thirty checking the movies this weekend here's your box office preview we over this weekend is black panther three 18th film in the marvel cinematic universe following the characters appearance in 2016 captain america's civil war he returns home only to have the kingdom threatened by enemy forces black ran through then teams up with the cia and members of an allfemale militia to save his home in the lives of those he holds dear this superhero action film stars chadwick boesman michael jordan loop peadon yano and martin free money from the creators of the wallace and gromit shored scrums the stop motion animated comedy adventure early man during the stone age a group of early humans face a powerful external threat and one brave caveman rallies his community to fight back and say to themselves and their community eddie red main tom hit allston mazy will sms timothy spall and many more lend their voices still in theaters are fifty shades freed peter rabbit the fifteen seventeen the peres jumanji welcome to the jungle and the greatest showman plus maize runner the death cure win gesture the post plus dials and the shape of water and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio.
"eddie red" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton
"We aged forty percent of the winding buddy and the 60 in big from the vintage alfaro we do all lead the big bolted adding that central visited is better in big boat the but is might be new all the wind la of their cost the age in boat them for about three years for the bland of the regular ice ages dewina seventy eighty percent in both in the cemented than a bland but you from mentor in the across fermented in cement the rest in nice steele goes into steeler in the valley hot vintage he's more easy whether control of the temperature of course in cement is less easy so sometimes that azaz been some vet held vintages better than steal than in cement but touzali we ferment the across the insane also because i decide to release the across all in the best vintages so wished the wine is not wielded orderlies mapra one of vintage is not good is it usually to warm are usually to cold or remy may be the two okay but there was a lead when we have very hot sam mayer or die sammer the quality's school the quantities of eddie red is more but the white is good when his gold is gold and the grapes need code when you arrived what helped due to start to form your views on how you should approach the winds in the vineyards when i started the i was lucky because that aware some mob that hold worker that leave a day nine rotana for older their life so they teach me many things and also when i started to work with judo 'gambelli was a big especially to make wine intervene as is the.
"eddie red" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Great so that just tells you the power of that movie continues almost to your later so so i would i would definitely courage if you have kids and so many love soccer full this is this is the stop actions yes wallace and gromit is and by the way great voice cast eddie red main tom hit allston maisy williams timothy spall so it's just it's a lot lot of voice to show up on ads in the super bowl i don't think they did this year seems to me yeah didn't see at the show did not see it go and see that it's fun neat okay here's a quick plug you can follow an hornets reviews at washington post dot com send us your thoughts on email to at the movies twenty two g mail this podcast comes to you from chatter the all american restaurant located wisconsin and jennifer in northwest washington dc chatter visit our newly remodeled men's room soon to be wrong now here's mark on the virtues of big boss sauce yes we love big boss sauce steve is in the crew out there in wisconsin they're great all kinds of of great sauces the big bosses the original barbecue the bull barbecue buffalo wild sauce teriyaki jamaican jerk fire sauce brought sauce from wisconsin every week if you're anywhere near wisconsin you gotta have and you've gotta have brought sauce i got the wild sauce at home i am very much enjoying your close brushing your teeth with action.
"eddie red" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"No okay yes boil so you could be johnny manziel or in eighty nine cui bobby mick fair and don't worry be happy and you've got a grammy for best song yeah you know what he's sitting back in this house in malibu and he's like yeah that's on that guy yeah would you rather be ed sheeran or eddie red main uh ed sheeran all day via me to meet and sharing crushes yeah yeah but dopamine eddie red main give me a ryan gosling okay you definitely want to be ryan gosling ryan gosling said sheeran how 'bout ryan reynolds ed sheeran all right but then go like yet see that you're you're why clennett be sale seal or at norton red sea why do you have to put up all of these hyungki actors like that alone shows you that you would rather be the musician because you're not putting in any good looking musicians northants okay you can be adam levine right or you could be rahnman was a really ugly actor oh well i tried to sign of good not on every day yeah yeah it's no no yeah yeah yes we glove i was about throughout an ugly actor named but i realized that we should result yeah it i'm part of the screen actors guild this is definitely one of our deeper segment yes of course it is of course that shell i us speaking of shallow when we come back i learned to pronounce the name of the quarterback of the washington redskins.
"eddie red" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Me if you're not able to make any money whatsoever of reward you still take yes no booker yes full so you could be johnny manziel or in eighty you cui bobby mick fair and don't worry be happy and got a grammy for best song yeah you know what he's sitting back in this house at malibu and he's like yeah that's right on that guy yeah would you rather be edge sheeran or eddie red main uh ed sheeran all day you need to beat ed sheeran crushes yeah yeah but don't give me eddie red main give me a ryan gosling okay you definitely want to be ryan gosling will ryan gosling said sheeran how 'bout ryan reynolds ed sheeran all right but then go like god yet see that you're you're why clinic be seal or at norton red sea why do you have to put up all of these hyungki actors like that alone shows you that you would rather be the musician because you're not putting in any good looking musicians northants okay you can be adam levine right or you could be reimann who is a really ugly actor oh well i tried to silence at a guy not on ed asner ilya yes we glove i was about fraud and ugly actor named but i realise we should resolved yeah it i'm part of the screen actors guild this is definitely one of our deeper segment yes of course it is of course i shall i tell us speaking of shallow when we come back i learned to pronounce the name of the quarterback of the washington redskins i've been working all week on this i'll explain next dan patrick show this is the day in patrick show on eggs gross wards 1300 from the anderson and lopez traffic center here's an extra sports look at the streets sponsored by your neighborhood aides well.
"eddie red" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Oh he's the bad twinning twins containing heat oh you them he who did jewish guy director woody allen yes as though he's the are you would know this watched by a he was cames marsden what has he been knew he wasn't buffy oh he wasn't buff never he's he he does the cartoon on adult swam oh seth greek yes i love set you said earlier tucker's yes and then a oh he was north thai elijah wood you bypassed frodo and you go to north switches widely considered one of the worst movies ever made so he's not frodo anything those usually my goto nor north in not it's not frodo no i didn't even think of frodo oh my god all right what would what happened there seven us not bad weather the other and jack black in amelio estevez i didn't know he was the dea guy now a judge nelson towers over men in breakfast club so um he does okay looking good uh on the cover of vanity fair oh vanity fair cover people okay gree two she was in enchanted american hustle mania amie adam yes he oh man was in that he played dubbed um oh god they why my blank on his name the guy who wrote the theory of a theory of everything is in the theory of everything is a wheelchair why my blanket on his name oh stephen hawking he played stephen hawking in the movie oh forget of the lovely latino lady who is on modern family as of he ever got right rocky run vote rambo sylvester son right i'll just do this clue for you y diamonds elizabeth taylor right she was married to sh two sunny asharq right but the the the the current james bond democrat great okay who is who is that guy eddie red main steadier harlow yeah that's a hard with alan now now okay i know am i can see m a aziz mouth kind of weird mouth can weird face a big mouth yes get thin lips i don't know okay what what what how many woods did she give their six so close by 76 erin now it's anything anything at all um okay three two what i see dance at the lakers in an animated cat paula abdul yes he's had that show where he's the bartender in it's all serious and he's a comedian but it too he he.
"eddie red" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Channel friend of ours greg jarrett is us you i've well and you know i just got off the phone sean with professor david he uh co authored the seminal book on presidential transeurasian eddie red kushner pay any he said the same practice employed by other presidential trend who said there there's nothing improper and in fact did it widely gone and if beneficial for the united states hit look at trent who fairly long and the incoming administration needs to do with kushner did and when four michelle foreign policy and it very common for other go on to get in touch with the incoming administration to begin the informal relationship finn address relevant mutual issues at the direct quote from the professor and the preeminent author on presidential trend who hinton american foreign policy and here any of it from the media do they ever put it in historical perspective active they don't well they don't and i i think i laid out a pretty compelling case maybe it's just the my own mind of a massive double standard real provable collusion admitted collusion and real potential corruption in terms of obstruction of justice destroying emails and this throwing devices debbie wasserman schultz you can add heart of the list as it was revealed they shattered computers that she had i mean the whole thing stinks to high heaven and not on see any of these issues be raised with the trump people but all we hear about as russia trump trump russia or you're absolutely right and and of course you'll rarely hear anybody in the media talk about how on march of two thousand fifteen hillary clinton received a congressional pena the directed her to preserve all emails and yet three weeks after the day later uh thirty three thousand emails were destroy now you know e aren't they understood pena they were and they any instruction was holding prisoner of all of your email uh on the government uh server as well as any private server and what would have happened if sean hannity you're greg jarrett did that well you know they you and i have been in handcuffs and prosecuted on and i would have been calling you from jail and saying get down here and bring me.