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Dallas - A’s Coach Apologizes For Raising Arm In What Looked Like Nazi Salute After Win Against Rangers

Mason & Ireland

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas - A’s Coach Apologizes For Raising Arm In What Looked Like Nazi Salute After Win Against Rangers

"All Right Oakland as bench coach. Ryan Christians in apologized Thursday for unintentionally making a gesture resembling a Nazi salute following the as win over the Texas Rangers Christianson was seen on camera extending his right arm in the air as the team was making its way off the field engaging in Elba celebrations with coaches when one player said no put that down it doesn't look good Christianson. Did it again After the game he issued this statement quote. I made a mistake and will not deny it today in the dugout greeted players with a gesture that was offensive. The world today of Covid I adapted are elbow bump, which we do after Winston create some distance with the players. My gesture unintentionally resulted in a racist and horrible slow God I do not believe in what I did is unacceptable and I deeply apologize and quote

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Nick Cannon apologizes for anti-Semitic comments

GSMC Television Podcast

04:31 min | 3 months ago

Nick Cannon apologizes for anti-Semitic comments

"Actor and TV. Nick Cannon. Struck back at Viacom CBS hours after he was dropped by the media giant for making anti Semitic comments on his podcast. Can has asked for ownership of his MTV and vh. One series wild in out. As well as an apology from the company in a lengthy statement posted to his facebook page early. Wednesday cannon wrote. If I have furthered the hate speech I wholeheartedly apologize, but now I am the one making demands I demand full ownership of my billion dollar wild now brand that I created, and they will continue to misuse and destroy without my leadership, I demand that the hate and back door bullying cease, and while we're at it now that the truth is out I demand the apology. Exclamation Point End, quote In the Post, which is titled Truth and Reconciliation. Cannon Begin! Our employees cannon began by noting that he is quote deeply saddened in a moment so close to reconciliation that the powers that be misused an important moment for us to all grow closer together and learn more about each other and quote. He writes that in one sense and then the other sentence. He's like I demand this because you're gonNA. Mess it up. and. It's a billion dollar industry so I demand an apology, and then you give me this thing. But we could have gotten along. Okay, here's another quote. Instead the moment was stolen hijacked to make an example out of an outspoken black man I will not be bullied, silenced or continuously oppressed by any organization, Group or corporation I am disappointed that Viacom does not understand or respect the power of the black community end quote he continued.

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Oprah on coronavirus: 'Playing it as safe as I possibly can'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Oprah on coronavirus: 'Playing it as safe as I possibly can'

"The media mogul says she's not taking any chances when it comes to the virus Oprah Winfrey is sixty six years old interest group and said she's practicing social distancing even at her home where she says nobody goes out and nobody comes in that means longtime boyfriend Stedman Graham is set to stay in the guest house presented recently been on a plane so she put him on lockdown she posted a video earlier this week of talking to him through a window Oprah say she's working via zoom and used Facebook to interview actor Idris Elba for her Kobe nineteen shell on apple TV I'm Jackie Quinn

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Oprah Winfrey Interviews Idris Elba About Coronavirus Diagnosis On New Apple Series ‘Oprah Talks COVID-19’

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

Oprah Winfrey Interviews Idris Elba About Coronavirus Diagnosis On New Apple Series ‘Oprah Talks COVID-19’

"Oprah Winfrey has launched a new coronavirus themed talk show on apple TV it is titled Oprah talks code nineteen the first episode features a conversation via video with British actor Idris Elba who just tested positive

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Oprah Winfrey Interviews Idris Elba About Coronavirus Diagnosis On New Apple Series 'Oprah Talks COVID-19'

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Oprah Winfrey Interviews Idris Elba About Coronavirus Diagnosis On New Apple Series 'Oprah Talks COVID-19'

"One Oprah Winfrey has launched a new coronavirus themed talk show on apple TV title Oprah talks covert nineteen the first episode features a conversation via video with British actor Idris Elba who tested positive last week if we just think of this as a physical virus I think it's it's exactly what you just said that it's here to teach us show us something about ourselves as individuals and also as a world of peace and this is a moment for humanity to either rise or not new episodes of The Oprah coronavirus talk show will be available weekly and clips from new episodes can be viewed for free in apple

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Bravo's Andy Cohen, 'Bachelor' Colton Underwood have virus

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Bravo's Andy Cohen, 'Bachelor' Colton Underwood have virus

"I mean that's a horrible thing right right comedy talk show host Andy Cohen wasn't talking about the new coronavirus that day but says now he's sidelined it seems like things have gotten worse the fifty one year old host of Bravo's watch what happens live announced on social media that he won't be doing it shows from home like you planned putting a pin in that idea for now so we can focus on getting better former star of the bachelor Colton Underwood is also tested positive posting on social media that he began having symptoms primarily exhaustion a few days ago he says he couldn't make it up a flight of stairs without getting out of breath other entertainers who announced they contracted cope with nineteen R. Tom Hanks Idris Elba and Daniel dae Kim I'm Jackie Quinn

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Actors diagnosed with COVID-19

Squawk Pod

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Actors diagnosed with COVID-19

"Actor. Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson have been released from an Australian hospital. This after being treated for the virus the couple are now in self quarantine in a rented home in Queensland and we should also tell you that actor Idris Elba Revealed on twitter that he has tested positive for cove in one thousand nine hundred eighty no symptoms but he found out that he had exposure to someone who had tested positive he has now gone into self quarantine

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Idris Elba says he tested positive for coronavirus

Michael Brown

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Idris Elba says he tested positive for coronavirus

"Another Hollywood star test positive for the novel coronavirus actor Idris Elba to the bowl start counts the fast and furious movie Hobbs and Shaw the Thor and Avengers movies and of course HBO's the wire says he's tested positive for carbon nineteen on Twitter he writes the test came back Monday morning he feels okay that's no symptoms so far and he's been isolated since he found out about this possible exposure to the virus he urges people to stay home and be pragmatic closing with quote no panic all the giants Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson among the recognizable names diagnosed with the

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Idris Elba says he tested positive for coronavirus

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Idris Elba says he tested positive for coronavirus

"Actor Idris Elba says he has tested positive for covert nineteen and that he feels okay have any symptoms I got tested because I realized I was exposed to someone who would also tested positive I found out last Friday that they were tested positive I quarantine myself and got tested immediately he tweeted the announcement this morning actress and model Olga Kurylenko who starred in the James Bond movie quantum of solace says she has also tested

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Success as Servants and Stewards

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:36 min | 8 months ago

Success as Servants and Stewards

"First Corinthians chapter four verses one to this is how one should regard us as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God. Moreover it is required of stewards that they be found faithful. These are two of my favorite verses in the whole book of First Corinthians the way that Paul describes himself and leaders in the church but really every follower of Christ here to fold he says we should be regarded as servants of Christ and the word there uses for. Servants is a word that would be used to describe the under rower on a boat so picture like the Lowest Galli of slaves on a boat. That's that's what the word is for servant here like just row here row. There do whatever your master. The captain ship says the do. So we're under oers. We are servants of Christ. He's the captain of our lives and we do whatever he says. We go wherever he leaves. We are servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God. And the mysteries of God. There is a reference to the Gospel the Cross of Christ and we are stewards of this Gospel. So we've been entrusted with this possession and it is the most valuable possession. It's the very gospel of Jesus Christ and so we are to steward it in this world. So we're servants of Christ stewards. The mysteries of God's Tours the Gospel so with those roles that we have in our lives. So just think about that and your life my life today you and I are servants of Christ and we are stewards of the Gospel. So what is required of us as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God and I could just after four verse. Two says one thing is required of stewards. The day be found faithful. I want you to think about that word because I believe for screens chapter four one and two are giving you and me a clear definition for success in our lives. What does success in your life? You think about it. The world has all kinds of answers to that question for you success in your life and and likely you have some thoughts some ideas that come to your mind that are what the world says is successful but here. In First Corinthians chapter four verse to God is saying in his word. What success is in your life as a servant of Christ and a Steward of the Gospel? Success is you being Faithful Faithful Servant of Christ doing whatever he says a faithful steward of the Gospel making known in the world. This is success for you. This is success for me. So God we pray well first of all. We praise you for the privilege of being servants of Christ or it is the great honor of our lives that we would be servants of Jesus. We wouldn't want it any other way. We're so glad to be your servants. We know that we have an option of being slaves to sin in ourselves are slaves to Jesus and we're so thankful that you manage slaves the Jesus for their refined true freedom true joy and true life so thank you for Magna servants of Jesus Doers of the Gospel. The no only we heard it. You've entrusted to us that we believed it now. We have the religious sharing it so that others can experience internal life thank you for making us stewards of the Gospel. So God re pray to day like if today was our last day on Earth we pray that we would be found faithful servants and faithful stewards today. And help us to do whatever you call us today to obey you to walk with you. We're under rowers to tell us what to do we want to do. It helps to live like that today. And help us to be stewards. Faithful Stewards of the Gospel today. Elba's to share. It helps to garden in Your Church. Help us to promote it in the world to proclaim in the world to proclaim it. It's someone who doesn't know it got re pray that if today was our last day the Justice Day we will be found faithful servants and faithless to hurts. We pray the same if you give us tomorrow and the same if you give us the next day the next the next day until one day we stand before you and God we pray we WanNa hear on that day well done good and faithful servant faithful steward. God police was to live for this definition of success. Make US successful. According to First Corinthians four one to pray in Jesus name Amen.

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Ford Unveils All-Electric Mustang Mach-E

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Ford Unveils All-Electric Mustang Mach-E

"WSJ ought to be a reporter Jeff Gilbert out in the Los Angeles where Ford revealed the Mustang Mach II that trait youth choir accompanying the unveiling of the Mustang marquee actor Idris Elba adding a Hollywood touch I I worked on the assembly line in Dagenham east London built Ford says since statement I think so yeah because you know obviously we are choosing to electric fire most iconic name plate the Ford Mustang Mach you will have a sticker price starting in the lower forty Jeff Kober

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John Legend Is Named People's Sexiest Man Alive 2019

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

John Legend Is Named People's Sexiest Man Alive 2019

"John legend just earned the title of sexiest man alive from the people at people magazine twenty seventeens winner Blake Shelton made the announcement on the live episode tonight of the voice title of the cover says John legend how a good guy got it all becomes a thirty fourth person to earn that title since people started this thing in the mid eighties legend takes the crown from last year's champion Idris Elba the

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A Sacrifice for all Time (Hebrews 10:12)

Pray the Word with David Platt

07:19 min | 1 year ago

A Sacrifice for all Time (Hebrews 10:12)

"Ten verse twelve. But when Christ had offered for all time a single sacrifice for sins he sat down at the right hand of God. I love this picture light. Just think about it. Okay all tested you have priests. Who would go into the holy of holies like think the Day of Atonement when the high priest would go into the holy of holies to offer a sacrifice percen and he would go in in trembling with fear and trepidation like they would tie a rope to his ankle he would have bells on his garments so that he was walking around? You could hear that he was still alive. Live like still moving and if he was struck down in the presence of God so the sound of the bells stopped then they have a rope they can pull him out with like imagine being mad high priest like Hugh are strapping this rob to your ankle knowing. It's a possibility you're about to be struck down and pull out dead and you're going with bells on you just open to keep moving around like because you were going into the presence of a holy God to offer sacrifice for sins so you don't WanNa hang around in there longer than you need to like you go in there. You do what you were supposed to do. And then you get out alive. But that's not the picture we see in Hebrews Shepperton twelve when Christ so now at that background. Read this verse again when Christ had offered for all time a single All sacrifice for sins. What did he do? He sat down at the right hand of God. Sat down like the high priest didn't sit down in the presence of God but Jesus are high priest has Jesus has gone to the Cross Cross paid the price for all of our sins. He offered for all time a single sacrifice for sense. And then what did he cry out on the Cross his words. It is finished nod. There's more to do no. It is done. A sacrifice has been made for sins. He cried out it it is finished. He breathed his last. He had paid the price for San. Obviously we know the rest of the story three days later. He rose from the grave and he has sinned into the right hand of the father where he is right now at this moment while you're listening to this I'm speaking right now. He is at the right hand of God seated interceding for us dispensing grace and mercy. Everything we needed by the power of his spirit spirit. He is at the right hand of the father. Jesus is not dead. He's alive and he's working at the right hand of the father. Oh live in in light of this reality. Just think about how this reality changes your life my life right now. Let's just think about it as we pray. Jesus we praise you that unlike every other religious teacher leader every other person in the world who has gone before a you are not dead you are alive you have conquered word dust not only are you alive but you have ascended into heaven and you are seated at the right hand of the Father Right now so as we we pray right now we are praying to you the living king and Lord with all Authority Authority in Heaven and on Earth at the right hand of God the father we are praying to you. Oh God father son John and Holy Spirit your spirit dwelling inside of us working in us you have told us to lift Dr is to you and pray and ask you for whatever we need we have seen in the book of Hebrews where we can approach. You're thrown on with confidence knowing that you will give us everything we need so we do that right now. We we pray for craze crease for help for strength for peace for come for got in so many different ways in people's lives right now we need your your provision in. Jesus you have made it possible and we are coming to your throne. Oh God to receive all that we need from you the the living God from Youtube he's makes all of this possible you who are seated the right hand of the Father Interceding for US Hebrews Chapter Seven taught us Garnering pray your spirit in US would not only provide for us but for others. We know Jesus you told us we would receive power through your Holy Spirit so we might be witnesses. So God Elba's to be witnesses today. God please help us to point people today. Eight to Jesus at the right hand of the father the one to whom one day every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that he is Lord. God help us to prepare people for that day. I was repair co workers for that day. Neighbors for that day friends acquaintances. We meet today to help us not to see any interaction with anybody. We have today as coincidence. Winstons or happenstance Elba's to see his divinely orchestrated and use us to point people to Jesus today. God We pray for this. We pray that you would cause your grace and your glory to spread through us today as we share the Gospel and far from his gory. Pray for the spread of this good news to the Khorasani Turks in Iran. Almost a million of them known followers of Jesus. God please please please bring the core Sanni Turks to no one who is seated at your right hand g system. May they know his salvation. They know his love and they know his grades. They know his his mercy. God help us to live today and light of the fact that Jesus is your right hand and we have in him everything we need for everything we face today and not only for everything we face but we have in him the power to spread this good news of your grace to more and more people and more and more people groups around the world. God We pray that our lives and in our churches would reflect the glorious reality that we worship the living Christ who is seated at your right hand in his name and your name. Jesus we pray Amen.

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Rekindling Cultural Burning

Think: Sustainability

10:00 min | 1 year ago

Rekindling Cultural Burning

"Naturally actually occurring processed in a string through a lightning strikes on principally but also I can occur so other races. He's Oliver Costello is a bundling man and founding director of the five six aligns indigenous cooperation what he's describing is a cultural burn a traditional channel method of environmental management which has been carried out by aboriginal people across Australia thousands of years though people sort of learn so on manage for a really positive why the raw and how interact with different plants animals and landscapes in some ways cultural burning is similar to hazard reduction Burns wins it reduces fuel Lord and hopefully prevents more intense and damaging fire down the track but there are significant differences. OJ were used to turn to clean up country and you'd have a feud action outcome but it wasn't principally. Wa doing now doing it because I had a responsibility to look after the health that lane I wouldn't be out of because people in one context I really survival is traditional. Bush race authors nine Houghton gathered us of all over there have to UN's out of the Bush to survive outside of the United Morton and writings on those relationships of China China and so you know I guess nineteen is which is now back to the opium did but understanding valuation ships the ladies. Fis Ben Loa slower and often set more frequently means. They have a different effect on the landscapes in the hot intensfies used by local agencies. You can get applies to the fall out. You can get around the fire. You can move through the far more win at school and moving slightly it also means that plants and animals animals are more resilient you the plant particularly canopy while Principles Full Canopy Frost Kate the far out of the Kennedy because the canopy cited food for the animals you know the animals can insects and stuff can crawl up the trees in house can can climb up up into the canopy and get out of the intensity of this Mike and the idea. Is that a lot of teams aside painting on on five day regeneration. You know whether it's sort of like compete like pruning back in I think the grass and shrubs and stuff sometimes I just need a bit of a growing recognition of the benefits of cultural burning and government agencies as have shown support for the practice to varying degrees but they're a huge barriers to widespread cultural bunning that have been in place since colonisation. I'm Kaitlin McHugh. This is think sustainability. A common description of cultural burns is a fire trickling through the landscape like water gentle revitalizing certainly not dangerous. That's a world away from merced people's experiences of fire in Australia through the accurate hazy nuisance of Hazard Reduction Burns blowing in from the Bush all the seasonal Tara of Bush fires. It's been another relentless definers and the emergency is far from a with the number of increasing around the state dramatic afternoon here emergency headquarters eight thousand people in entire township had urgently being asked to leave to leave calmly to pick up their kids literally from school jump in the car. Ah Don't go home. Any residents still in those areas are being urged to an accident bushfire survival plan those who've left are wont it is too dangerous to return It's the way we have come to fear fire and I've just been down to the mountain. Ash Forest forest burned outside Melbourne. This is Jacqueline girth a professor at the University of Technology Sydney School of design. She's worked with fuss sticks to communicate Kate. The importance of cultural burning government institutions and other stakeholders and in the process discovered a deeply ingrained fear of fire in Australian culture. I went there last year and I saw what had happened. There and those the mountain ash those trees that were hundreds of years old have you just been destroyed by that fire and the response around that has been to close off the area like a crime sane. It's an and attitude that traces its roots to the first moments of colonization says Oliva on Salas Fan FA threatening they pay you know using for very commonly used I used to mine and then they will say used for warfare and for hunting and stuff like that and so there's been a fear four in first contact. That's in that flight three tonight because you say that she's impacts of waffles. phya according to official institutions is something to be tightly controlled restricted to the domain of highly qualified government endorsed experts. The wide agencies a little bit frameworks. You have to offer even beyond Afar so if you I wanNA become in the rural service throw it. If you want to become a member you've gone up. You're going to be accepted. Then you go and do training. I'd run the training couple Tom onto you and you get some experience and also full even let you on a fire seemingly your national parks and forestry and all and all the way management agencies. Aziz employees and then you go to be dual the training then you've also got to do fitness requirements to be out of a four in. Ucla files on through the agency frameworks has been quite honest what this bureaucratic approach ignores is a long and shameful history of Australian government's attempts to eradicate Aboriginal Cultural Practices Oliva points out that apart from being an effective tool in improving the health of the landscape rape burning is a cultural practice and its suppression is a continuing example of colonialism are you. I was GONNA paypal actually have wrought to do onto ninety total. you know total hall whether it's been recognized bottom the crown or not if I if I have culture connection saw in nineteen cultural practicing law actually brought to size being able to do that. I need to be out to get around. Cancel these processes that restrict them from doing it because otherwise practicing alone culture apart from depriving aboriginal people of the cultural practice the often unbending rules around when how and web burning can be carried out mean burns on always done as efficiently as they could be. You know we've we've gotta behind by five. We can't be at night banning when sometimes the best time to be banning his in the later afternoon and evening because it cools that five down on slows it down this is Peter Murray Stanley a researcher at James Cook University whose work focuses on cultural burning in north Queensland. It sometimes means that those windows where it's the perfect timing to putting a fire get missed because of you know the resources required the paperwork work required to actually sort of implement I hazard reduction Ben or conservation burn prescribed Burns carried out according to a strict timetable will this block of land at this time in this manner cultural burning on the other hand response to cues in the environment which tell practitioners when it's safe breath and desirable to burn this responsiveness means cultural burning can adapt to the changing conditions brought about by heating planet indigenous. These people have lived through a number of different major climate shifts and you know more and more oculus goal waxed on anthropological work you know strayer is learning about that continuity of connection being on country and being able to read those signs in those changes ages is probably more important now under the pressures that you know climate change is bringing but reading countries really critically okay the Kay and so you know as climate changes indicators shift and they may come more than once a year but when you look the landscape it's telling you that it's ready for burning the Kula gentle fi used cultural burning also means that overtime ecosystems become more diverse. Peter Murray saw this firsthand in her research over several years she documented burning carried out by Kutai Elba's duct Tommy George and Dr George George Moose grave so we had you know instead of one species of grass in the undisturbed. We had four different species of grass in the story. We didn't have background between all six tusks were interconnected and that was connectivity between them. Tulsa clumps of grass like you might see dotted around the ground on a Bush walk and then that allowed loud sort of the right environment for the Forbes and leg games and flowers and things like that to grow back through those systems the changes pay to Murray. We documented in homework want immediate. She says it took around five years for the ecosystem to reset itself and to an outside observer might not have been incredibly doubly dramatic but diversity has knock-on effects for the entire ecosystem it is major in terms of species diversity and then obviously what relies lies on die species as well that coming to that system that I'm perhaps once we just had moved on and found other places in the landscape

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Dwayne Johnson, Jason And Hobbs discussed on Joe Gallagher

Joe Gallagher

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Dwayne Johnson, Jason And Hobbs discussed on Joe Gallagher

"Sales the fast and furious franchise has its first spin off Dwayne Johnson and Jason stay them are Hobbs in Shaw forced to work together to stop the latest big screen bad guy played by Idris Elba box office watchers see the action flick debuting with sixty million dollars or more in North America ending the lion kings to weekend run at number

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Johnson, Jason And Hobbs discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Johnson, Jason And Hobbs discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"After eight films and more than five billion dollars in worldwide ticket sales the fast and furious franchise has its first spin off doing Johnson and Jason stay them are Hobbs in Shaw forced to work together to stop the latest big screen bad guy played by Idris Elba box office watchers see the action flick debuting with sixty million dollars or more in North America

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As U.S. and Iran Face Off, Europe Is Stuck in the Middle

Morning Edition

07:31 min | 1 year ago

As U.S. and Iran Face Off, Europe Is Stuck in the Middle

"President Trump briefly talked about Iran, as he boarded Air Force One yesterday looking at her on, we have a lot of things going with Iran. We have very prepared for. We'll see what happens. Brian hook is on the line with us now. He's a US special Representative for Iran. Mr. good morning. Good morning Noel. This standoff with Iran is escalating at the very least it appears to be escalating. Do you expect that these one thousand additional troops will be the end of the US response? Or should we expect to see more troops deployed to that region? We don't tell. Decisions in advance. But we have put in place in other thousand troops there in the region in the purpose of that is to establish to restore deterrence against Iranian attacks, which obviously affected freedom of navigation. It's a it's a threat to international trade and shipping. We are committed to working with our partners in the region, making sure that we have the right force posture in place so that we can restore deterrence referring to these attacks onto oil tankers in the Gulf of Mon. You're headed to the Gulf tonight as I understand it. Who were you talking to their what's the plan? I'll be heading to the Gulf this evening for bilateral meetings with Saudi Arabia UAE Kuwait Oman by rain, and then, from there, Elba, going onto Paris, for consultations with the, the Brits, the French and the Germans, there's a wide range of issues concerning the Iranian regime that we wanted to. Thus LB discussing runs regional aggression. Talking about the recent attacks on the two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, and also sharing additional US intelligence, on the various threat streams that we continue to see in the region, you're going to be talking to our European allies. Our European allies still favor the nuclear deal that the president withdrew from does the US want the existing deal to simply fall apart at this point. That's really a question for those that are still in the deal we left the deal about over a year ago, and that has put us into the position that we're in today that has allowed us to run a campaign of economic pressure with the goal of both denying this regime, the revenue that it needs to run an expansionist violent foreign policy. But, but it also is designed to bring her on back to the negotiating table. If you look at the forty year history of this regime, they don't come back to the table, absent pressure. And we are we've put in place, a foreign policy that has. Has denied this regime tens of billions of dollars in revenue, and that is having a positive effect in the region. Well, actually, Iran's president Hudson Honey, said this morning that Iran will not negotiate with the United States under pressure. So President Trump. The Trump administration may be open to this, but it doesn't seem to be working on Iran. Does it well running regime will say a number of things that they're not able to actually execute. They regularly threatened to close the strait of Hormuz, but they're not able to do that. So we are we know that if you look at study, the forty year history of this regime is I have they do come back to the table. They certainly will not come back without pressure. Let me take you back to our European allies. Some EU foreign ministers have made clear that they're not convinced by US allegations. That Iran was responsible for the attacks on these two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Why doesn't the United States share the evidence that it has gathered with our allies in Europe? wouldn't that help in part to convince them if that's what you're trying to do chancellor merkel's german chancellor merckel yesterday announced that there is strong evidence that iran is behind the attacks the british foreign minister said that iran is behind the attack so i think in fact our european allies have made very clear that iran is responsible for the tax in the gulf of oman we have been sharing intelligence on a very regular basis you're gonna see more countries i think follow the lead of germany and the united kingdom iran says they will be out of compliance with the nuclear agreement on the day that you're in paris what would happen on the diplomatic front if if they if they do leave the agreement or fe rena gun some of their commitments to the agreement in that agreement transom urkel yesterday addressed that same question and she said naturally there will be consequences if iran decides to make good on its threat into breach material sections of the iran nuclear deal what the kind of things that we're looking at very closely as whether iran is able to get to a nuclear weapon in less than a year the iran nuclear deal has them outside of a year we would like them as far out as possible this is still the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism they can never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon i know that we disagree with our european allies about the deal that we are completely in agreement that iran will never possess nuclear weapon and may i ask just quickly are you concerned that the u._s. is headed toward a conflict with iran i think we're doing a good job of restoring deterrence in the region back in early may we were seeing a number of credible threat streams that suggested imminent attacks by iran against american interests and the president's national security cabinet in the president made the decision to enhance our force posture in the region to share as much as possible and the the very sorts of major attacks that we feared have not occurred to date and we believe that is because we have Put in place enough deterrence measures to avoid that Brian hook US special Representative for Ron, thanks so much. Thank you. NPR's. Deborah Amos has been listening in from Berlin high debt though. Hello. What did you hear there from, from special Representative hook to things? He talked about restoring deterrence. They're not escorting tankers, yet, net is another step that they can take him. The second thing I heard him say is bringing Iran back to the table. What you hear in European capitals is. Yeah, we want that too, but you need to give you on a way to get to that table and not just, you know, pressure oil imports down to zero which has an enormous affect on the economy in particular for Iranian citizens. You need to have an opening not just put a telephone number out there and say, you know, when you're ready and that they say, is what they want here. Europeans are stuck in the middle of this standoff. Our European allies. How are they dealing with it? oh they feel it they feel are stuck in the middle and it's going to be hard for the trump administration to forge an international alliance because they don't see eye to eye on how to deal with iran what the europeans are doing is they're trying to keep trade open with this system of barter called stacks which would allow food and medicine to go to iran under the old sanctions policy nobody would sell them food and medicine and they were short of cancer drugs and nebulizers all kinds of things so the europeans are trying that it is limited the iranians don't like that it's not a great sales technique to keep them in the nuclear deal but that's what the europeans want they want the deal to hold and merkel's comments that if ron paul's out there will be consequences was the toughest that we've heard in europe in response to the iranian announcement that they may just pull out and paris deborah amos in berlin thanks

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Game of Thrones spinoff shows in the works

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

06:17 min | 1 year ago

Game of Thrones spinoff shows in the works

"Two. This episode of studio. Three sixty is brought to you by the relentless, which is a new podcast from slate studios and century twenty one real estate. The relentless is about extrordinary people and mindsets. And behaviors that drive them to achieve inspiring things. Join host and doctor of clinical psychology, Julie Gerner she talks to business leaders across industries about what sets them apart and how they view success differently. You'll hear about what they've learned from their successes and failures and how they're continuing to evolve. Listen and subscribe to the relentless today wherever you get your podcasts. This is new three sixteen. I'm courteous. I'm Josh Allen Gonzalez from studio. Three sixty. We're back with another installment of this woman's work. A series of stories from classic Elba, Sundays and studio. Three. Sixty classic album. Sundays is a program of community listening events, founded by Coline, Cosmo Murphy, where fans listened to essential albums uninterrupted on state of the art sound systems for this woman's work were highlighting classic albums by female artists women who have made a lasting impact on music and pop culture. This time lady sings the blues by jazz singer, Billie holiday. It was released in nineteen fifty six to coincide with her autobiography of the same name by this point in her career when she was just in her early forties. Holiday's voice was sounding fragile and warn the toll of a life marked by hardship and addiction. Although the more energetic sound of her earlier records is muted here, holiday still delivers wise and moving performances in this collection of emotional, jazz tunes, many of the songs here became synonymous with her unique sound and persona. Here's colleen. Billie holiday remains one of the greatest jazz, voices of all time and is still easily recognizable to music fans from all generations. She's got them. The musicians and clubs of New York City were integral to the development of jazz in the nineteen forties. Bebop was born in the Big Apple with artists like Charlie Parker bologna, smoke and Dizzy, Gillespie. The nineteen fifties saw the development of hard bop with Sonny Rollins and our Blakey the cool jazz of miles Davis and later, the free jazz of Ornette Coleman, and later John Coltrane explored in downtown, Manhattan venues, like the five spot. But vocal innovator and world-famous Billie holiday with unable to perform these notable. Jaaz clubs in the nineteen fifties as her cabaret card had been revoked due to narcotics charges. So instead, she brought jazz to the mainstream by performing it a major concert venue Carnegie Hall in nineteen fifty six. Nothing. On nothing. She wants said of her style. If I'm going to sing like someone else, then I don't need to sing at all in nineteen fifty eight Frank Sinatra told ebony magazine with few exceptions, every major pop singer in the US during her generation has been touched in some way by her genius. It is Billie holiday who was and still remains the greatest single musical influence on me. She also had a profound impact on contemporary artists, including Jose James, a singer, who is beautifully bridge, the world of jazz, and hip hop for over a decade since the release of his debut album, the dreamer. Ver- dream. Series. In two thousand fifteen chamber quarter tribute album to Billie holiday covering his favorite songs on the album yesterday. I had the blues the music of Billie holiday for the legendary blue note records. When I phoned Billie holiday, it really matched. My teenage angst in a deep way, not in a superficial way. You know, not in like, I'm a loner and against the world. But she showed me that there was a way to feel pain and to transform it into art. You don't have to know anything about our life to feel the kind of pain and tragedy that embodies her music. Holy likewise, British singer. Actress and former cabaret act. Paloma faith rates lady day as one of the most influential artists in her own upbringing on always dry bridge, and this will work out, but lately Acton, just no go. Maybe we'll Noel. Maybe we're not. We got us to relate. How Billy was a unifying force at one of my classic album. Sunday's events might mother and father is taste was always really convicting just the hell relationship, but. But. But this is the one person I listen to in both households. I would say that for me that she was the holy grail of how I wanted to be able to sing. I didn't realize as the young person so of trying to copies the econ- thing that entail sim batches happy. The show mother spray. Track to love. Nah.

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"elba" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

"Once again, you listening to GMC, Tim, podcast cats, and Keith, and I've got some more intimidate news for you. So looks like. Some new hitting news. I just had no idea about pantley Elba is people's sexiest man alive for the for two thousand eighteen. Yeah. Did not see that. Honey, pretty cool. Okay. Let's say the story. Elba named people's sexiest man alive. He still not James bomb. But for now this honor will do British actor Idris Elba has been named people's two thousand eighteen sexiest man alive. Here's the thirty third man to hold the title in Pierce week on the magazine's cover picture of them. See? And then on Twitter. He put it's an ego boost for sure. Albatov publication. I was like come on. No way. Really? When you first learned he had been selected looked in the mirror. I checked myself. I was like, yeah. You're kind of sexy today the thought star Joe. But to be honest. It was just a nice feeling. It was a nice prize an ego boost for sure. Elba. I became famous in the states where it's betrayal of drug kingpin Russell stringer bell on HBO hit series the wire so HBO's owned by CNN's parent company that I know that since then it's branched out to the big screen. His early days were far from sexy opus up tall and skinny at an all boys all boil excuse me at an all boy. Excuse me, folks at an all boys boys school in London where he played football basketball. Cricket hockey and rugby now considered one of Hollywood sex symbols Elba said he definitely had an awkward stages of youth. And my name was addressed a Kuna Elba. Okay. I got picked on a little bit. But as soon as I could grow moustache, I was coolest kid on the block grew mustache had some muscles bonkers bonkers. Indeed, that's cool and follow up to that story. How far hood has changed sexiest man alive? Oba I'm super doting as a dad. Okay. So he might be people's newly crowned sexiest man alive, but the only title British heartthrob Elba. Truly cares about is that of day to his two kids to actor says is happiest moments where when his daughter sixteen son Winston four both from past relationships were born just watching that whole process come to Alpe says, and this week's issue people being witness to the birth of my children, happy and healthy is the biggest biggest most best thing ever. Wow. Okay. So has he ever been an embarrassing debt? Plenty of times of says Laffy, but I tend to be conscious of my daughter space. I'm super doting hugs kisses a lot of love love us. And all of that. I'm sure my daughter's like all right, dad chill out, my son. He gets it. But he's still at that age where he loves cuddle. Album, forty six assists. He can see himself in both of his kids from physical traits to their personalities, much should not Shing Lee shy. And I'm quite shy in reality. He says both my children over think. Everything Sabrina Sabrina, and I have a joke. What's the backstory because I'm always asking there's no backstory the pizzas late. But why what's he doing shouldn't should that trait? We just over analyze all right? So there mean there's more if you go to. For for even more on people's sexiest man alive. You can go to see people people people magazine's website, click on the story, someone can everything in that regard. So congratulations, Mr. album, very cool. Very cool. As Remillard says he had he had a me to experience while he was underage. As mill opened up about traumatic past experience, the twenty six zero actors on it as part of the Hollywood reporter's next Jim issue. And and inside the magazine reveals his own hash. Take me too movement moment skews me, why didn't name the people involved. He did share that. It was a situation, Bob and director and producer. They gave me why I was underage remembers. They were like, hey wanted to be in our movie about about gay revolution. And I was like no you guys are masters out..

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"elba" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Take place here all night long. So tune in. When you get the chance I'm excited to vote. I am too. I want my sticker. Yeah. You get a sticker. If you vote I properly I never got a wristband. My polling place only has the sticker something we've done stickers feel slighted. Wendy, people magazine has chosen their sexiest man alive. I saw this. I agree with many. The the winner. I guess he's the winner isn't he is the sexiest man alive. So yeah, he's you wish. Idris elba. I agree which I used to think was a word jumble. There was a typewriter would see the name Idris Elba. And I go I can do this. I can solve this. But he is British actor Idris Elba is now the sexiest man alive if you were hoping that it was you forget it. It's not you. It's heater Selva. I we go through the list. I don't know if I have the list you haven't emailed it to myself. I wanted to talk about it. But I don't have the list. So these are the runners up I need for sexiest man alive. I wanna hear John Travolta, say his name. Yup. What what did he call called Adina? Menzel? Adele, doesn't seem. Yeah. Which was way wrong. So what would you call yourself? Jennifer alba. Maybe. Yeah. Just alba. I find it. But they don't they just I didn't know they announced runners up because that would be cruel. If you were like number six, you they usually put it in a people magazine. Shove like twenty-five of. Oh, I thought the winner who's number two three four. It's just gotten my people this week. Okay. I will let you now. All right. All right. He elba's start in the wire and Luther he was surprised after being crowned this year's winner. That's got to be an awesome phone call again. I wouldn't you be sure it was a joke. Well, it depends. Who you are. I would be sure it was me. No, people magazine. Bill. Congrats. You're the sexiest man alive. I know. He all right. Here's the weird thing. He has a sixteen year old daughter and four year old son. So that's weird to me because the sixteen year old is just beginning to blossom and people are gonna go. Oh my God. You're the sexiest man alive. Right, right. It's kind of weird to stomach. He's the guy. At some point. Daniel Craig is not going to be JAMES BOND anymore and a lot of people say he should be JAMES BOND. Each yourself would be the best JAMES BOND, and then people go African American guy can't be bond. Isn't that crazy controversy the guy who is most the coolest guy should be JAMES BOND, and he's right up there. He should be JAMES BOND. He says he was really tall and skinny he's now he's six foot three. My name was Idrissa a Kuna Elba I got picked on a little bit. As soon as I could grow a moustache. I was the coolest kid on the block room mustache had some muscles. Bonkers? That's that's the change. I guess past winners include Dwayne Johnson, the rock the sexiest rock alive. I will give him that. He got that David Beckham. Yeah. I don't see it on C with David Beckham. What what is he missing? What would he need to change to be the sexiest man alive? It's just we all find sexy to be different things. Just don't think he doesn't do it for you. Although I've only seen pictures of him like after playing soccer. He's got always sweaty about iffy showers. He's not sweaty. Chris Hemsworth is a former winner could see that. These guys have accents. Did you notice that Adam LeVine, he does not have an accent? But he's he's won me over. Not agree with that loved the voice. I watched the voice, and when you see Adam he is a human. You know, you don't see him as the front man for maroon five's, right like him as a person, I still don't love maroon five's music. So don't think he's the sexiest man alive either. Where would you put them in the top? What? Top million. That would be to me that would be an honor. If somebody goes you didn't win. But you're in the top million. I'd go that's great. Can I tell you that Blake Shelton? Was on the list. And he I would definitely put on that list. He is sexier than Adam LeVine hundred percent is he all right and Channing Tatum was last year's year. Right now. No, not for Channing Tatum. Now, just miss it very easily like who could find a guy like that sexy? Well, everybody finds somebody else attractive. But are you surprised that in this day and age that this is still a thing? Yeah. Isn't it sexist? Well. Yeah. Debate it. Yeah. It is. It's it's the definition of sexist with women. Yeah. Also, they do announce the sexiest woman alive. I think it's most beautiful. They don't say sexiest woman. I, you know, I do not think they do because this is totally sexist who is the sexiest man alive. Abe pagoda. Voice in one show. You. He's very sexy. Yeah. They call them the world's most beautiful way don't say sexiest woman, they say, the world's most beautiful woman. The world's most handsome, man. I know as many copies of people wanna see sexy and somebody in a tank top. That's it Bill. You know me. And I have some weird visions. What is attractive because I find Gene Hackman to be attractive? The Royal Tenenbaums not in anything else. Find him attractive oil in French connection. Not sexy. Let's luther. Yes. Sexiest lex Luther Nin and sexy. I never sang for my father didn't see it. I just wanted to point out that for my father. He's asked me he goes, can you do something off the white album cannot sorry. I don't remember Gene Hackman ever being named sexiest man alive. I could I missed a few issues. So maybe at some point he was Andy Garcia should be on the top ten list every year, you sexy. Oh, yeah. Even you agree. Both of these guys do have accents as some sort. Don't. They they're from all over the world. Yeah. We don't have a monopoly on sexy here in the United States or Larry the cable guy would be the winner. Really depresses me. Congratulations eaters, Alba, you are the sexiest man alive. All I can't say that. I was going to say that. But I don't know how we'll take a little break. We'll get you some news. And then more show it's Bill and Wendy on WGN could be the most consequential.

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"elba" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"With is address Elba. Idris elba. British. He's also a DJ. He's actually probably in his mid to late forty s now. So it's taken awhile for him. So I think through his character in the wire is just incredible. Yeah. Gotta watch it number two and three. Yeah. They'll have they'll have a bunch of other hunky guy. No, right. Okay. One more for you. The an there's been a lot of controversy over Apu in the in the Simpsons the Simpsons. Of course is what going on thirty years. I think this is its thirtieth season poo. Of course, for those of you can imagine there's a person out there listening who's never watched episode of the Simpsons. But I'm sure that's possible. He's the owner of the quickie mart, and he has, you know, a very. Stereotypical Indian accent. I guess I personally love Apu, but he has been the subject of a lot of criticism from people who say that he's being mocked an American Indian writing Indian American I should say writing in the guardian is asking the Simpsons to save up who says growing up in the nineties up who was something of a hero for me. I watched hundreds of Simpsons episodes back that in thousands of scenes are seared into my mind. And if you think about it in the ninety s if a kid's in of Indian descent there are no other Indians. Should I stay or go, Charlie? Brennan was a really good question. There was an interview with Ron Atkinson zone is being in the New York Times weekend. 'cause I think Johnny English has another movie out. And he said in comedy, you have to offend you know, you can't worry about being politically, correct. And he doesn't care if he steps on people's religious toes. He's gonna make fun of different religions. And now, this is not religion. But there is a little bit of that. And I can understand our Indian American friends who feel that apu's not Representative of who they are. And that he you know, he is typical. But. At a certain point if you are worried about fending people, you'll never have any comedy. Yeah. I agree. I think you know, there's there's a line that's hard to tell sometimes of what's truly derogatory. And what is maybe just poking fun a little bit at stereotypes. And I think that that's a line for people to decide. And if you don't like it don't watch it, which is something that's a hard concept. I think folks to understand. But I think the main issue is with this was the fact that it was not an Indian American who voices the character hanging.

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"elba" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on AP News

"Daniel Craig Elba helped fuel. Speculation that he would be the next JAMES BOND last week when he. Tweeted a selfie and wrote my name's Elba. Idris Elba many fans of campaign for the star of the wire and Luther to be. The first black bond this week however when he was asked to buy A reporter from itv's. Good morning Britain if she was looking at the next bond Elba simply replied no Daniel Craig is starting four bond films and he said to return in the still untitled bond twenty-five also this week Craig in the film's producers announced that director Danny Boyle had. Left, the film due to creative differences A new satellite designed to track the wind has been launched by the European Space Agency call to the it will, be the first to directly measure wind speeds and. Directions all over the globe. Allowing scientists to improve worldwide weather, forecast does that lights equipped with the so-called lie Dr that fires powerful pulses of ultraviolet, laser light into the atmosphere by comparing. The wavelength of the light when it goes out to the, wavelength, when, it returns scientists can calculate which, way the air is moving the satellite will orbit earth every. Ninety minutes the, ASA says it hopes real-time wind measurements will, also help predict extreme weather and climate change more accurately Even. Though he's not in any current hit movies George Clooney's the world's highest paid actor Forbes puts him at number one on its list. Of, top earners taking in two hundred thirty nine million dollars before taxes. It credits the billion dollar sale, of CASA migos tequila which he co founded in two thousand. Thirteen with entrepreneurs along with additional earnings from endorsements and revenue, from older movies as the sources of his. Wealth second on, the list is Dwayne the rock. Johnson who earned one hundred twenty four million dollars before taxes Forbes credited. Huge social media following with helping him double, his earnings since last year Robert Downey junior, was third with eighty one million followed. By Chris Hemsworth was sixty four and a, half million and Jackie Chan who earn forty five and a half million hi I'm making crane AP digital manager host of the podcast ground game look at the, top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead. Of this year's midterm elections. It's available on. Apple podcasts and, podcast one while you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast Ground game.

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"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"That's rock and roll. Rock. But. Scared your parents. You might dancer the negro. So the problem with the film is this, I mean, the interviewees Chuck d, Ethan, Hawke Goldens said before, and there are moments in which it kinda hits on something, but the biggest problem with the as is that the central metaphor actually doesn't really work. There's a moment in which David Simon says, well, I should. Why are you doing the Rolls Royce? I mean, well, I want a Cadillac. Cadillac's would make a lot more sense, you think? Yeah, it really would. And the problem is as somebody who's, you know, I have an interest in Elvis, and I have an interest in the current state of American politics, and I didn't feel like I came out of this documentary, knowing anything more about either of those subjects. You know, if you look back, I mean, grill Mockus makes an appearance has already done the, you know, Elvis as icon ick embodiment of the American story. I remember years ago back in the ninety s doing CEO Jubal's to with Andy Gill who used to talk about Elvis, Elvis's career is being a three act. Tragedy ending in kingly, but the problem being that there is no middle act so that actually the the period the Hollywood is like a great big emptiness and that's never really addressed. It. Just wanders into the sixty eight comeback, especially which we shouldn't call comeback obviously because obviously disapproved of that. They've dropped the ball with the whole Elvis, Nixon d. thing they don't really ever. I mean, that is if you'll making this documentary, that's a prize that's being offered up and it's it's never so the fate, my feeling was that as a documentary about the story of Elvis, it was unsatisfactory. It talks about the appropriation of African American culture in a way which has been talked about a lot before, and it doesn't say it doesn't say it in any new way. And in terms of of an analysis of the current American situation, it's opening back to back with black klansman and you go, okay, so this kind of an idea here, but it just never really finds itself and it keeps breaking down. And and then as I said, the central thesis is that in America is now in. The, you know what people referred to is the fat Elvis in Las Vegas period and the Odeon period. And again, I think they even miss that because I don't think he really understands what happened with the Vegas year. I mean, it's very, very easy to just just dismiss the what happened in Vegas, but it's it's a more complicated. So why felt was you are two stories neither of which were fully understood both of which was sort of being intertwined in a way that didn't quite work and didn't quite add up. Now at the same time, there's documentary at this week, Burke called a northern soul by showing McAllister who made that film that brilliant film starring love story, which remember went on about for ages, and it was really, really extrordinary piece of work. This is a very different base to last year there was there been solutions made in haulers, potholes city of culture, and he became very interested in story of savannah who had a job warehouse job, tough warehouse job, but was real, but had dreams of rap. And what he really wanted to do was taking rap to school kids, which he does for his beat bus. He gets beat bus together and he goes, puts his. Project together, very great personal investment and with an awful lot of idealism and a head full of dreams. And he takes the percent. You may have heard this because it wasn't news story time and he takes the beat bus out to go to school to engage with kids to get them to, you know, to get into the rapping hip hop and, and, and of course it it has some brilliant effects because they'll claim which music works with kids is really, really marvellous. And he does have some really, really good results, but his work suffers as a result is hours cut. He suffers great financial constraint. These constantly on the verge of going under..

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"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"And also things that are that are that are very moving and it feels like a like a, you know, a film with very Roerich is said you very urgent and very impassioned. And I thought it works. I thought it friendly enough the, you know, seeing get out in the in the background of it and saying Jordan pills influence passing their own tres despite sparkly and Spike Lee, actually very graciously you said this whole thing comes down to Jilin pill, bringing this to him. It was really liked it. That was really good. Rachel brook in York, what a brilliant and thought provoking film Moodley shot on thirty five million king the seventies cop film vibe to a t and the dark Huma had me chuckling throughout and yet to the speeches and slogans used the film was chillingly current. It has begun magnificent on symbol costs, but John David, Washington was particularly excellent as the multifaceted Ron style with easily makes my top three films of the year so far and a Beecher. Malcolm Simon, I saw spike spike Lee's black klansman last week at the lovely violet crown cinema in Charlottesville, Virginia. I moved here from London last year arriving. The day off to the white supremacy is rallying which was in all the news, yes. And the film as you can imagine, black klansman makes for intense viewing in Charlottesville throughout the movie, the Charlottesville audience Titid at the film's comedic moments. But I would imagine it gets big laughs. Well, literally anywhere else. It all felt rather close to home. Yes. And that was before the gut wrenching epilogue, which gave me and many view as a visceral reaction. To be honest, I thought I might throw up in the isle. I spent last weekend the anniversary of the racist, marching with burning torches through our town with many of my friends here, protesting the hatred seen on our streets. One thing I thought black klansman highlighted was the violent racism of cross burnings and so on is bound up with day-to-day racism. The fact that Ron is the only person of color in his department and faces small daily indignities from racist collie. Similarly, the violence that descended on Charlottesville last year can't be separated from the views of those in high office and racially segregated. The town is even in twenty eighteen despite black Klansman's seventy setting in his attic issues. It deals with contemporary. I think it's an important, but in 'perfect film, Mike experience of it was so affected by the context in which I saw it that it's hard to assess it as a women about what a, what a extrordinary Email and how eloquently..

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"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"The track by Desmond Dekker from nineteen sixty seven for use in the film. Y'all feel that was very nicely done. It's on. Well, we were told that he said, we should have got a brand of applause for that. We would told by the PR that they, he didn't want to talk about. He he's already seen that he's going to say, but I thought, well, let's see if we can just crow something in because the soundtrack is is is terrific, but the Yati comes out next week, so you will sit. I haven't seen it yet. So the review of you already will be looking forward to after the interview won't be on next week's program. Next week you'll be able to see you sitting here listening to me in Shetland because it's that time of year. At that time, you don't like it when you go up there. 'cause I just sit here now. Nothing to look at what you can put a Kabul cutout of me. Okay, anyway, I'll send you one. Well, that's an exciting stream to look forward to. If you just joined us, you miss the yoursel but interview, but that'll be on the cost. So you can catch up with that next week. By the way we have khloe grace Mertz on the show talking about the miseducation of Cameron post the interview. She's done. This comes at an interview at he's not secret, but she's done sixty minutes and a sixty movies and she's twenty one incredible. And she she took a whole year out. Didn't Gino assess as I This feel. film that she's done and she is, yeah. No, she very, very actor on the subject yadi which we're talking about before the news which comes out week today. Robin berries has a preview last night with a q. in eight with Mina the moment Idris Elba. I'm a returning colonial commoner. Having just landed in London from Sydney and interests is ubiquitous. He's DJ -ing here. New series of Luther there is he bone Disney bone Nazis, direct direct to'real debut, and it's a great pad from which to launch provides. Great insight into Africa, Rabin Kelci less bad boy and more relationship focused is not the east end goodfellas but a gripping and colorful Yan about choices. The good and bad decisions that we make in life. An interest was splendid shame. It would be the best bond Ed says Robin berry, but but it goes, we don't even know who's going to be directing. We'll never mind who's going to be take no, since as I think it was Al Murray, put it. Brooklyn has gone off the boil, which is. Up there for. And making fun, isn't it? That's brilliant. I mean, the career was made already, but I, I so wish the I had come up with that. It's exactly eight minutes past three o'clock. So there's something that's brand new that you get from today from today. So black klansman me to the new film. Boy, Spike Lee based on the stranger than fiction story of Ron store within the early nineteen seventies John David, Washington is still with who joins the formerly all white Colorado Springs police force and sets out to infiltrate the ku-klux-klan..

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"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"I kept thinking, when is he's going to settle down to make sense, when is this going to stop being the the wrong film? And I know that it is there is a great film critics disease, which is revealed reviewing a film for the film. You wanted it to be rather than. The film that it is. And I think the safest way of saying it is, I wish that it isn't. I wish that it wasn't. I wish that it was a different film or that it wasn't this film until I guess I'll stop. Sorry. Thank you. We'll come back to you'll correspondents Christopher probably after three o'clock news. I'm only one up because we, I'm wondering, Europe has in getting you to stop. You are also wanting to interview to bring you so five Idris Elba has directed his first film. It's called yadi. It's out next week. We're going to hear from injuries after this clip featuring Amel a main as day or Dennis Campbell Mina Ray Hutchinson done well as Vanessa and shantelle Jackson as shown for years. I haven't seen. And the first thing you do is bring a tinian to move home. You lose respect for me. Lumpia I'm you. What. Eight to London, the kitchen. McComb your life. We'll get from Kingston and Kingston run ins. This way, I want to bring it into move. In front of Pitney. Ready? Mommy. The girl I Lucy legit gel. My name is the NASA. My name is d for dad day defer Dennis clip from yadi. I'm delighted to say been joined by its director who is none other than interests. Elba Halloween drew so you, how are you? I'm very good. All right. Now, no, you've done promotions and stuff for movies before, but does it feel different when it's your film? Not just the star star of it, but it's your film. It does feel different different types of questions done. You know, you don't have to do the raw as much of Byara rhyming, you know, as an act to you. So of, you know, the movie could be good, bad, indifferent, but you're all about you and your performance as indirect to it's, you know, everything falls on your shoulders and and I think you know, the criticism is criticism. Impreza is slightly different. You know, it's, you know, I think it's more fair is weird because you know the director you, so of all you did make this picture, but you're part of leadership team of a few team. Of Puerto together as a nine tell, you can really any talk about your performance, but you own this. I mean, this is this is an interest Elba movie in a way that even though you've dominated a lot of films this, not like this, not now this is a first for me and you know, it's a welcome one. I've had an amazing time, so I'm an an an and and actually I've had a time where have been most daunted by my work is is you know, putting this film out, I've never, you know, had to have the the responsibility that comes with putting a film this. Yeah, I, I guess it means you a lot for first in last out gig. Exactly that exactly that, yeah. What were you on the lookout for? It is you know, you're obviously being goes to be on your radar before, but what? What? What was the? What was it about this story that made, you think? Yep, this is one. I'm going to take the plunge for. Well, I think just to give you some context, four, four or five years ago, the script came across my desk and you know it was this from a conversation that I had of my direct my my agents. I just finished well curve, Cary Fukunaga and I said, on on a film, Kobe's donation and I said, you know, really want to director, Phil, I really wanted to. He was very big inspiration for that. That moment anyway, this script came along and I remember the book. I remember it being one of the first books I have read to be honest as young..

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"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"He's Christopher, Robin, and. Everyone is. He's not Christopher, Robin, he's Christopher, Robin, why is there a pause between surname is Robin? Yes. Is Christopher, Robin? Okay. He's not Christopher, Robin people call him Christopher, whereas he's always professors Christopher, Robin anyway, that's the least of his problems. Rabin mill know exactly. He's Christopher Robin. Okay. So he's now grown up Christopher, Robin, yes. He's now grown up and he's got problems at work. The problems with his job and Phut turns up walking do, but Phut from the Disney film PO speaking in American accent, but as an animated toy and real. And the real thing as turns up and says, all Christopher, Robin, we've been waiting for you to come back, but you haven't come back and then Chris Roberts got some work that he's going to do. And so then he has to, he goes back and he goes back to the hundred. And then he goes through a hole in the tree like noneya minis in the land with the toys are all real. They will real, and then they come with him into the real world and like Toy Story, except they. They keep talking when other people around and then people are going on my my would. It's a talking bear my would. It's a talking donkey. What I'm sorry? What point was that ever the story of Winnie the Pooh? The story of Winnie the Pooh is about a child's imagination. It is not about how do I get these really live talking stuffed animals to the really live and really talking past the security guard who like. What have you done like literally, what have you done? You made a number one film, I know, and, and I had therefore thought, well, actually, maybe that will be something in there. Maybe it will be touching them, but it wasn't that it was terrible. I find it really, really deeply troubling because it made no sense whatsoever. It completely undermined ever the not. So long ago we saw goodbye Christopher, Robin, which I really liked. I thought that was you know, touching and moving from, I think you liked it too. Right? I know Gleason. Yeah, I thought it was. It was well done, and it was all about the trials of Christopher, Robin and his father. And you know, that was well done. This just took it took a thing which is about childish imagination and went, and it's not about that. It's about robotic. I mean, Winnie the Pooh in this in Christopher open resembles teddy from I. It's like super toys last all summer long. It's a real live living teddy, bear accept that. Teddy in a I is heartbreaking and Winnie the Pooh in this film. He's like, what? What? Which world you move and every now and then I think, okay, there are good things in this. There's a lovely performance by Mark Gatiss as Christopher wins, tight boss. That's that's nice. And you know you and McGregor. Does. He's very best to look like adult rediscovering his childhood, and the fact that it's the story of Mary Poppins is the follow the rest. And I kept you're seeing? No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I nearly at one point stood up and said, no, no, no. I mean, I would have been terrible, so there'd be very bad. It's two thirty eight standby for Idris. Elba coming to you next Christopher, Robin correspondence. Yes. You case number one film Hannah in Leeds yesterday. So Christopher Robin, with my little sister, I went in with pretty low expectations. Has the critics have been pretty harsh in the film? You just heard one. I'm sorry. However, I absolutely loved it. It was a perfect family film. It was hilarious. Touching an exciting Monday. Little sister said it was better than Paddington to who we both agreed was our favorite film of last year. All I can say is that the critics who slated this film must be very little brain. This from Becky in Oxford signs her Email from a heart warmed. Thirty-three-year-old yoga teaching bear appreciating Becky and Oxford. Hello? Cillian all despite the reviews. I absolutely loved it. And so did my husband as the opening sequence began. So did the blubbing and it didn't stop until the final credits. The voices was put on the landscape of hundred acre wood was warming familiar. I found the whole thing just a big dose of exactly what I needed..

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"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Terms that we're using simply invented new ones, but why would they go to back kind of link where they could stick in someone getting possessed, not go quantum entanglement my work is done. I know this is a niche nerd problem, but marvez core fan base is nerds and had a conversation with another group. Leaving the screening who were also noted by this okay point taken. You can't just stick quantum in front of something and expected to be properly expected to be quantum baby. So what else are we go here? So I'm an in the worst visit eight mission impossible full out his at number seven. So I went to see this with a child to who who's complaint in in advance was I haven't seen any of the mission, impossible movies, and I want to see the other ones so that up to date with the story. And I said, okay, the fine. They're all stand the loans. I mean, if you know if you if you have seen the others, there are connections and threads, each one is meant standalone. He was very, very uncertain about this, and then we saw the film and it was knock out that it was absolutely terrific. It was. It was like one of those some action movies that move like a bullet. This tons were great. Everything was high-octane. It felt very, very physical. I mean, very, very physical. As we know, of course, because famously, Tom Cruise broke his ankle living doing the stunt that's actually still in the film, which I have to say, once you know. Because if they've they've shown it quite a few times, I think I'm getting Graham Norton, they should happening. But once you know that they actually Tom Cruise doing that, jumping smacking foot against that wall, it was great. It's got helicopter chases and it's got twists and turns. And I thought it was. What's interesting about it is there's it's not ironic. It's the, it's the kind of it's old fashioned inasmuch as a straightforward thriller, but it's very, very Multan in the way in which it show, which it just it ropes along. And I thought it was a real breathless popcorn run, and I enjoyed the heck out of it is it? Is it like a bond kind of thing is that that doesn't that no longer means anything because I think that since the bone franchise bone movies have changed. So when people say, is it like a bond movie that doesn't? There is no longer such a thing as a bond movie. The bond movies have changed so profoundly. And of course, now Danny Boyle's not doing the new bone, so we don't know who is going to do any bomb. But since I think everything has changed so much since born. So it's like a post born post bond movie, but it's it's visually clear lines. It's it's a really good piece of visual storytelling and it's absolutely nail biting stuff. I thought it was terrific. Idris. Elba will be. You just reminded me after two thirty? Yes. Although, you know, it's a sense econ really make a big thing about it, kind of aunts at all that stuff, yes and said, no, so should we? We'll see what happens. So mission impossible for that number seven. This is from a James Babington age sixteen in Bromsgrove. Hello. Mr. knows too much about movies and Mr. drivetime I know you know what that's different. I do. I do. I do see isn't that just the most brilliant things eat correspondence online, full details. I know you just back from the famous rather infamous cruise after this summer's events will never see anything like that. Again. However, I've been on a cruise of my own all more accurately, witnessing Tom Cruise and friends of mission, impossible fallout. From the opening scene, my attention was totally grabbed. You see, this was unlike any of the franchise's previous outings. It had a distinct tone that although following on from rogue nation allowed it to come its own wonderful entity..

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"elba" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on AP News

"App today fighting an African swine fever. Outbreak that could potentially devastate herds the disease, only affects pigs and wild. Boar but it is highly contagious China is the world's largest producer of pork producing as many as six hundred million pigs annually pork is also a staple of the Chinese diet accounting for more than. Sixty percent of animal protein consumed the appearance of the disease comes as China seeks to shift pig-rearing from farm yards to vast breeding operations where waste and the spread of disease, can be better controlled for now contaminated areas are being disinfected to block the spread. Of the disease. To other farms African swine fever outbreaks have also been reported in the European Union chiefly. In the Baltics Poland and. Romania We now know who won't, be playing JAMES BOND and a, future double o seven flick British actor address Elba has denied. He'll be replacing Daniel Craig Elba helped fuel, speculation that he would be. The next JAMES BOND last week when he tweeted a selfie and wrote my name's Elba Idris Elba many fans of campaign for the star of the wire and Luther to be the first black bond. This week however when he was asked by a reporter from itv's good morning Britain if she was looking at the next bond Elba simply replied no Daniel Craig start in four, bond films and he said to return the still untitled to bond twenty-five also this. Week crag and. The film's producers announced that director Danny Boyle had left the film due to creative differences Hundreds of elderly Koreans have tearfully said their final goodbyes at the end of rare reunions between relatives separated by the nineteen fifty through fifty three Korean war a couple. Of, hundred South Koreans and their family members have returned to the south, after a last meeting with their North Korean, relatives at the, north, diamond, mountain resort many of the South, Koreans were war refugees who reunited with the siblings or infant. Children they left behind many of whom are now into their. Seventies a second round of reunions will end on Sunday Hi I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college. Football writer and host of the AP.

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"elba" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Of a different stamp on the franchise. If they could embrace that model a little bit and sort of say, okay, let's hire somebody else that's like a similar name and see what they can do. And, and you know, in the idea of with with the idea of just a seeing what they could do in a one off version without necessarily locking that person in or that actor in for a number of years, Brad, What, what. what, what do you make of this? Do you think Idris Elba has any chance of being the new bond? I mean, I don't really think the age thing is a factor. I mean, it's not as if Daniel Craig looks like he's a particularly young man, you know, and it just Elba I think, looks every bit as young as Daniel Craig does. And at the end of the day, look how old Tom Cruise is, and he's Ethan hunt in the mission of possible franchise. So you know, I as age just a number as far as I'm concerned when it comes to to JAMES BOND, I don't think it necessarily needs to be a young buck, but it seems like the Elbe fan casting is just something that is easy and obvious because they wanna see the role diversified. And he's probably one of the best known British black actors in the business right now. But I mean, if anything, I would just rather interest Elba or any other, you know, black British actor or even Hispanic or anything like that, potentially being considered for taking a JAMES BOND role to diversify it. I would just rather see them given a different character that they can make. Their own and turn into a character that's icon Erica differently. Yeah, I think interested but was in an action movie called best steel bay a few years ago. And I don't think that necessarily panned out in terms of sequels or anything. So we'll have to see if that's something if he ends up finding his own action franchise late in life, like Liam Niessen taken style. Or if if this bond thing, son somehow miraculously comes to pass, but I think you can probably put money on the fact that interests won't be playing JAMES BOND anytime soon. Let's talk about our last news story of the day, and that is about the avatar sequels. We have a brief update about what is coming in the future of the what is it four more adverse sequels that are coming soon. Jacob tells what's going on interview with producer Jon Landau who's who's produced the avatar Titanic. James Cameron and found the James. Cameron tends to be the guy who pops out every six months and screaming avatar and says another year and really shocking derails. Train in Japan does a guy who goes all the interviews and kind of has to clean things up does is it really fun dynamic? I I really enjoy watching these to interact and how they speak so differently about Jon Landau spoke with inside the magic, which is primarily theme park outlet. Has you discussing the pen, Dora the world of avatar theme park land at all Disney world's animal kingdom theme park and hidden in his interview hidden but piece of interview Arsim movie revelations. First one being that the first film with set primarily in the valley of Murara what is actually the location of the pen, Dora theme park land at Disney and that the sequels will go beyond that valley and we'll meet other clans of navy. So I like this. I'm the biggest fan. I think it's fine by like the idea that it's a void in the scifi trope of all the alien aliens of one race on a planet aren't exactly the same, which is such a common thing you see. So we're gonna start seeing different clans of navy, hopefully with different. Beliefs and cultures and perspectives on everything type of this Landau also that all four Segel's will take place on Pandora..

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"elba" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Some Newswatch continues a former Indiana high school teacher appears in court this week to accept. A plea deal on drug charges the attorney for Samantha. Concept cedar lake says she'll, be in court Thursday in Lake County to accept a plea on a charge of possession of cocaine Cox. Was recorded on video possibly using drugs in her classroom last fall she was arrested after students at lake central. High school in Saint. John reported seeing her with drugs and. Posted the video online according to court, records Cox trophy she bought one hundred. Sixty dollars worth of coke before heading to her, class the, morning the students allegedly saw her with the drives John Coleman. NewsRadio on one five point nine British actor Idris Elba stoking the. Fire speculation that. He may take over the, role of. JAMES BOND when, Daniel Craig steps aside my name's Elba. Idris Elba that's the, pace that sent Twitter on. Fire Speculation mounted that the bond franchise may have its first black JAMES BOND the flames. Were originally fan by an American film producer he told business Daily Star that bond movie boss Barbara broccoli had said it is time for non white tax a play agent w seven. But before funds go down. To casino royale to place that bets Elba the star shades such as the wire and Lisa posted another tweet a few. Hours later saying don't believe the hype can chime as London they shark. Thriller the may is this weekend's box office champion opening well above expectation it force mission impossible fallout two second-place spike Lee's black klansman which was time to open. On the anniversary of the incident in Charlottesville also had a strong opening with ten point. Eight million dollars in ticket sales a dog could not. Resist being lured away from, a busy Massachusetts highway by a teddy bear the state police got multiple calls of a Doberman Pinscher dashing. Through traffic on an interstate this morning I think trooper grabbed a Steph pink teddy bear from his Cruiser. Doug loved it and grabbed it quickly following commands to. Sit the dog has been returned unharmed to the. Owner who lives near the highway and a ninety one year. Old astrophysicists was amongst those. Watching early today as a NASA spacecraft named after him blasted off on a mission to the sun at one Parker proposed the existence of solar wind sixty years ago, the Parker solar probe will get closer to. The sun than. Anything sent before making twenty four close approaches during its, seven year. Mission it's the, first time NASA has named the spacecraft after, someone still alive Bloomberg business next WBZ news time one fifty Amazon has everything for back to school zebra lunchbox check, cool Adidas gear like t shirts. Shoes and backpacks check triceratops folders and pencils check.

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"elba" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Is technically there. To answer, questions passed on from constituents to their leaders Charles Feldman KNX ten seventy, NewsRadio talk started again about Idris Elba becoming the next JAMES BOND if that happens Elba will be the first black actor to play seven varieties chief film critic Owen Gleiberman tells. KNX Elba would be a great big got that Just data absolute drop dead charisma. But he's also fascinating he has this mind you just key into I think, he absolutely have all the bomb quality a British tabloid, reported the director Antoine Fuqua talked with JAMES BOND producer about Elba playing the legendary spiral, of a Fuqua spokesperson told the Hollywood reporter that conversation never happened in two thousand fourteen in Email leaked from Sony Pictures executive about her hope that Elba would. Be the next JAMES BOND what I school football program. Is trying new technologies to better protect its, players, from concussions, some new football, helmets have, sensors that detect and assess the level of impact Sheldon Evans Creston high. School football team in Anderson county South Carolina will be among the squad's using them, anything is, going, to prevent a concussion but it's going to help us with practice and help. The trainer to, be aware of a problem or maybe maybe not a problem. With somebody go check out it's estimated forty percent of high school football. Players suffered Concussion their coaches. Never realized Jim Krasula CBS news coming up with authorities ruled out terrorism the. Theft and crash of. A passenger plane at Washington state take look,.

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"elba" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"So many members ruined. Idris Elba guys. Man, what a man. So the next bond movies coming out in November two thousand nineteen. It's still going to be Daniel Craig. He grew to sign on for one more, but they already have the director appear after he was like, I'll never do my wrist or something. Yeah. Basically he like got real imams just like I would rather die than do another bond movie. And then they were like, how about twenty five million dollars. Shaken not stirred rate. That's such a good Daniel, Craig impression. We're shaken, not stirred. Thank you. I was, I'm here you the money. So they've already tapped Antoine Fuqua to direct and he and Barbara broccoli, who was like the keeper of the bond franchise have already said they're thinking non white, which most people think we'll translate to address Elba trying to be progressive, but also like bar. Yeah. But really we want to these, we'd like a colored. Non wait. Wait, I remember when they were first dialing with the idea of there being a not white JAMES BOND that it was like Cuba Cuba Gooding junior, like conversation for the first time was even like they even thought about it years ago. I remember that was like the first this money, and those being must have been a pre snow dogs conversation after I break most of my, I knows right after radio. I break timelines into pre and yeah, yes, no dogs. So I just I use radio. The Asian points, but like it would have just been far more constructive just to cast someone of color rather than announce that you want to do that. Right, right. Exactly. They're like, okay, guys, we're going to do something different. Are you ready? Ready praises us for being so woke, woke washed. Yeah, I've heard it speculation that the Oscars, like put out that idea of best popular movie or best achievement in popular film as sort of like a weather balloon to just see how people reacted online. And you know, this could be another example of that of just being like, hey, we're thinking about this and like seeing how people react. And I think the reaction has generally just been like, yeah, four is like fifty. Mingka's white racist because JAMES BOND is English. They don't feel any ownership over whatever. In America. It would be different. Yeah, keep America white, right? Yeah, key mission impossible white. You're placing Tom Cruise with who. Funny this week though they were talking about to do, you know k. Michelle, she's like the Rb singer whose on loving hip hop Atlanta. She used to date Idris Elba. And this story came out this week where they dated, like in two thousand fourteen is have to this anecdote. So I talked about how they met just like I'm walking off stage and I hear this accident say, came show you beautiful. I told him to his face your jeans too tight. And your accent. Funny. Filter. I'm straight out of Memphis, and then they're like, oh, what was the relationship? Like was the sex? Good? They said she sits up and exclaims, amazing head. It was good. I remember that head..

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"elba" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on Bigmouth

"The man by gogel is chosen by nfl ding okay then tv idris elba is best known as luther stringer bell from the wire and of course heimdal from thole david i met you in the hip hop he's very nice very very nice chap he's not branching out into comedy as the rights creates of in the long run it's nineteen hundred five elva plays welter who moved to london from sierra leone and it's modest comfortable life enlighten and his brother turns up on overturns the loss of his taste am worried about little brother i am sending him to live with you so we've brother brother influence tend to kind of people work nine to five comedy idris elba japanese in the long run it rozelle but bill bailey and the cast of dozens in elba's passion project in the room and feeling what did you make this show is really charming i thought maybe at first it was quite slight and then i realized it's quite difficult because it's set in that mid eighties period and actually what it really reminded me of was sitcom from a proper primetime sitcom from the mid eighties yeah gentle is very gentle which i'm not used to any more but actually appreciated from it but i think bill bailey tends to appear in a lot of things that are quite gentle as well it seems to be his modus operandi but yeah i didn't world but i'll probably the rest of it you know we got the impression that billy was the kind of comedy stabiliser wheels.

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"elba" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"elba" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Yeah equally yeah look found i don't even not share was in a he found the only super dylan chair i had this place yeah looking like battles right floats along when he hits do it myself simitis craft beers but let's go ahead and get oh let me see we get have you all right we got couple of moves tonight maybe some other things we'll see how how how the time goes and what it allows let's star with pacific rim uprising and with this this movie here is the sequel to of course pacific rim i remember martin i would not crazy about this but a lot of people love this movie latte people got riled up because you had not only robots beating the shit at each other in there but you had aegis elba and a speech was out there getting people all round up to fuck that apocalypse ain't coming around here take national somewhere else these monsters shit no hell no i'll cancel and all that shit today today we face the much i'm bringing the fight to that today we all yes celebrate i would not go quietly into that night you know in this movie read he gave that speech adopted a little asian girl did all that stuff and never mentioned that he had a little son yeah right even trying to roic sacrifice don't even think he's big because he was doing that fake around putting catch a package us up to his nose get nose bleeds and sin now all this time and all that that whole move all these years never mentioned that he actually had not not some little asian boy he adopted but a biological black sun out there is grow with his trifling.

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