31 Burst results for "Elisabeth"

"elisabeth" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:02 min | 2 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That just kind of came on my heart because even when you don't know that this great god is with you and even when you don't believe he's there he is and so the good news for everyone out there who doesn't have that relationship yet is that there's a god that's right right there with an eye on you who cares about you and who loves you and is willing to do anything for you. And so the potential to get to know him is so available to you and he like a good. Dad is just making sure that you get home. Well and safely. So i had a domestic respect him on that well. But it's it's totally true. Actually that-that's i. I don't think i write about it in my book but i think in some of the interviews. I say that that's the takeaway is that even when i didn't know he was there. I look back now and realized oh absolutely he was there. He was walking. You know like as land in in in the line which in the wardrobe in the narnia. Chronicles this this powerful wild good lion. This monarch is king. Who is walking alongside quietly even when you don't know he's there. I mean it's really important that people understand that that is that that's true and that they understand that folks like you and me and so many others. We've experienced this. We're not making this up. This is real and I i do think it's important for us to teach this to our kids to make them understand. No no this is real. This is not daddy's philosophy or mommy's religion. this is reality. some people may be. Don't buy into this but this is reality. This is not something that works for me. This is the way reality works. This is the nature of the universe that there's this loving god who desires desperately tower relationship with you. Think about it you know. That's it's not a message you're gonna you're gonna hear very much. They let you talk about that on the view every now and again. I don't think too much infantile. Snuck it.

"elisabeth" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks. Welcome the eric metaxas show. It's a show. I play the role of host and typically i talk to people. They play the role of guests today. I get to talk to elizabeth hasselbeck. You may remember her from the view fox and friends And before that way way back she was on Some kind of a reality show on a. Let's ask her she'll talk that elizabeth welcome. Thank you eric. thanks for having me. It's fun to see you and really grateful to be here. It was survivor. Yeah i was gonna say. I wanted you to be the one to talk about it. I didn't watch survivor. So from that and i was thrilled when i finally got your back story. One of the times we talk i was like. That's so amazing You are now like in the nashville area. Everyone on the planet is now in the nashville area. If you want to know where somebody is. They moved to nashville You have kids. And you've just written a children's book. This is your first children's book. Is it not correct. So in the midst of pandemic and remote learning and just a the quiet actually that brought us thick kids myself and really tim's on the cover but he's a part in everything we do yes. We decided that we were going to share and really god. Just put it on our hearts to share this story based on the wall that is in our house and really about two friends Realizing that trusting god can be adventure and that we get to be honest with god and really just process away of not not holding warri in fear all on your own and alone that you don't have to hope below that you can put your thoughts on this wall. It's called flashlight night And you to write your prayers on on a wall and then go back to that wall and you shine a light on where you see god working and then what we do is we clicked the light off and say don't see where god is working but i'm trusting. He's there and so. I think that's really is really just an obedience project and fun way to express that trust is hard that it does feel dark. If we've had a year many that felt pretty dark twenty twenty would be the one. I'm in our lifetime. And i just felt like gosh all these little kids. We know anxiety right or high worry. Israel real and so i think just expressing away that helped our family be open with our hopes and fears in wishes and be honest with god that yeah it does not feel good to wait for your furniture from you. I'm trusting your there. Even though i'm not seeing the results yet until this is a fun way to share because i think little kids need a way to have an open dialogue with god even when they can't see what he's doing well and so two big kids like us. It's very very important issue and it but it is an interesting thing right. I mean if you're if you're talking to people who don't have the kind of faith that we do you know they don't get it they kind of think of what. What is this you have this imaginary friend. And what what what is what is this all about and it in some ways. It's hard for us to explain it right like we know god is alive. Jesus is alive. And here's every single prayer. But because he really loves us he doesn't answer..

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"elisabeth" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:46 min | 2 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome. Our one of the eric metaxas show chris himes albin. Sadar you guys. You're in the new york area. I am in charleston south carolina on the we call it a piazza they when i said porch. You don't see portrait to piazza actually jaza. I think they say hausa anyway. But i'm here if i if i left my camera you can see. Look at this beautiful porridge and there's a garden. It's just unbelievable. But i'm here. We're here because i've been doing a lot of speaking around my book. Fish out of water a search for the meaning of life. I spoke at saint. Michael's church an anglican church one of those beautiful churches i've ever seen. It was built in seventeen forty s. George washington literally worshipped there. Nothing's changed. I was speaking a pulpit. That was like fifteen feet off the ground and have to say that action. The whole thing albany. Maybe we'll play some of what i said on this program next week. Yeah but if you're you're so high up when you said onto declare getting a vape does yeah that's right. I had to take some smelling salts up there and then they brought me a mint julep and my rocking chair in the pulpit but anyway al zayd big is the pastor. There just terrific community charleston. So i'm here because of our friends. Richard and pam scurry very very dear friends from new york city and also Prior whom. I've known literally thirty almost thirty two years from saint pauls dairy and now marie sullivan and her husband jim sullivan. They're driving us around. And last night. I spoke at the charleston meeting the charleston meeting. I've never had so much fun. The other speakers were grover. Norquist who i mean. He talks tax policy and makes it entertaining. It was it was absolutely amazing. And then i can't remember the last name of a brilliant young man david He's a professor political theory at hillsdale he was just spectaculars. I met all these wonderful people so charleston is really a. It's a very special place own. Tonight i might contacts. This is what happens right. They say you're going to be on. Its definite but then of course you'll find out later in the afternoon or something so i'm supposed to be enter carlson tonight. It's scheduled but i haven't heard any details Tonight we're flying to chino hills california tomorrow. I'm speaking jack hibs. Church is a huge church. Somebody told me. They bought a thousand copies fish out of water. I don't know if i could believe that. But i'm going to be speaking at three services. I was speaking at two services which is my limit. But jack hibs. Who's a hero to speak at the seven fifteen. Am service and like an idiot. I said yes..

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"elisabeth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:00 min | 3 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Try to be a good example of how you would hope that. They would grow in evolve as humans. I would say that's the best you can do is kind of mirror for them. certain character traits. Because i feel like at the end of the day that's really what your job is Is to be a good example for them and teach them without giving them advice character traits and very simple ones. You know what it means to be respectful of other people what it means to be kind to yourself and others What it means to be curious what it means to work hard. You know all of those character traits. If that's what's most important to you in your life then and they see that then i feel like that's the most you can do. That's phenomenal advice. Because i think it's so easy to think that there's a quick fix for everything or just like a. You know like a quick saying that you can throw it someone and fix all there but you're right like living by example is literally the way that their brains are program to absorb and you know. I think all the things as that parents probably think like they're hiding all their kind of emotional insecurities that they're hiding from their kids. It's like you're probably not really watch. You really watch you. I think sports is good. I would say if. I had to give me one piece of advice. I would get them involved in sports obsessive compulsive crazy sort of ego driven way but i think sports is a great Great teacher to about sports. I didn't ask you what your sport was true. Okay very very fair. What was your sport. Because i bet you like you had to learn from your sport as well. What was it so my father was a professional bowler so i grew up in the pro bowlers. Tour s crazy seen. My dad opened the bowling center. Eighty one. I think in tennessee you know and so But then my mom's dad was a golfer. So i would go out and play golf with my grandfather. My mom's mom played tennis. So i would play tennis with my mom. So but really.

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"elisabeth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"My first experience in in this business in Like saying goodbye. First crash like was as as i would never have thought that that my experience combat cobra kai would be as emotional as it turned out to be and fun really fun but that i always love when there's some emotional learning or something that affects your life because it becomes part of my soul. I get to experience that it's still part of me. Even though i'm acting you know it still is. It's in me and it was. It was really wonderful to have that moment. It was. It was so well done and again. It's i think they have done such a brilliant job. I mean they're really cobra kai is really kind of doing what the superhero universe does. Which is there is the universe of cobra kai and it's just they're doing this sort of like detailed embroidery of kind of stitching up all the things in in really respectful way of all of the lore of the show from all the movies like it an in in such a satisfying way. Yeah no it's incredible at works on so many different levels and that that they found this great humor. Billy billy is so sell good in it. He's just it's such a great portrayal of the guy who used to be like the you know the number one dude. It's like yeah there. Are those people who to degree. You know everyone just can't get over there like he's so much in his past he literally can't he. Yeah good out of it. You know can barely computer still listen to the same music. Like he's living in that glory moment and obviously is just like a jacket that does not fit anymore and like he's maybe i need to kind of just live the now not in nine hundred eighty four or five. I know that last seen not supposed to talk about certain things in the show right. I'll i'll give a spoiler. I'll give light spoiler warning though that you came back. It's not like i mean. Obviously they would assume that you would run into both of those characters. So i don't think it's any great i'll give spoiler. Morning is very emotional. I mean how incredible that they can take that tone. It's so funny. And so over the top at times and then have it all come together at the end have it be so much. So to the backdrop of like a great seventies rock and roll classic. So good i. I'm very respectful of the guys. John hayden josh like what they've created. They must they must have so much fun you know. Obviously i mean..

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"elisabeth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Or it can be really hard to stay present to the of everything because you know again. This goes back to the idea of being hunted by your past but there are things you know like maybe movies. You're like a hall mayor. Why did i do that. I maybe i should have done this one. I should like well but it doesn't at the end of the day. It's still a part of the journey. If you're focused on the journey than that that's kind of the important part the result. Yes you are forced into that philosophy. I wouldn't say that. I was as evolved during periods of my career where i thought i did deserve a lot more but The great thing about old age is that it forces you kicking and screaming to get to know that you are very grateful and fortunate to have options you have and once you put your ego to bed upset with what you don't have really exactly. We'll it's a messed up thing because when you're young i feel you're very. It can be easily be very ego driven because you're trying to establish your identity you're trying to establish your own significance your own like clinton flag in the ground and so i feel like there's a little bit of human like psycho biology for lack of a better term that they kind of direct some of that and then the most of i think most of your adult life trying to undo that and shut off the layers of that acid. While you know it's really funny. I was just I was watching an interview of victoria azarenka great tennis player and she was talking about her career and she was talking about how when she was number one in the world she did kinda give over to her ego of of being in that spot and then whenever she would lose she would feel a sense of shame. Like how could you lose. If if this who you're meant to be you're meant to be number one. And it really messed with her head and one of the reasons why she's doing so well right now because she's learned an attitude of neutrality. Yeah and it's really helped me. It's really helps me on the tennis court But it's also helped me kind of assess my life at times. When i hear that voice and i hear that. Eeo saying would about me. Why did i get that. I deserve this to To to stay neutral and just be if you are in the moment and your present than anything surprising every every shot every opportunity.

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"elisabeth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:41 min | 3 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"A sign up for our email list. You know we don't send tons of emails. It's not too overwhelming in your inbox. But we'll let you know about podcasts and sales that were having which we do pretty regularly also were constantly adding new stuff in vintage stuff. So yes i d tinted dot com sign up for the email list and then follow us on the instagram's at ten t. Let's talk about you. The community on the community court board events and ten t dot com like christy who writes during quarantine. I actually started making these door. Little crocheted items called amiga rumi which translates to crocheted stuffed toy. Which is exactly what. I'm into at the moment. She says so. She makes a ton of says. She makes a ton of pop culture stuff that irrelevant to your interest but also just things like bears elephants mice food items so forth. She says it's very fun and satisfying. They'll do invite everyone to my. Fz page christie's y crochet crafts plural crafts plural christie crochet crafts. So that's it. She says thank you so much for the support so support her. Go buy some cool. I'm megan roomy and have some adorable crocheted a plush toys to bring some joy into your life. This episode is elizabeth. Shue who was awesome was so cool. You know she's been in so many movies that were very influential to me growing up besides karate kid but also the back to the future series and adventures in babysitting and soapdish. Which is a movie that i loved. And she was amazing. In leaving las vegas and she was incredible on the last season of the boys And she's great. She appears in cobra kai three which is so good. My wife and i love it so much. it's so good. Cobra kai is on netflix. Third season just went up not that long ago so you can watch all three seasons if you haven't watched it yet you know. Look it's a super cool show if you did. If you never watched the original movies you can still enjoy the show if you did watch the original movies. It's so satisfied because they just do such a great job of tying somebody things together and Telling a lot of stories that kind of i don't wanna give too much away but it's just handled really well and it's really cool and there are many times in the series you're like oh my god. They all did that. Because that's the thing from this movie and they seem to be pulling stuff from all the film so it's great kobe season. Three and elizabeth shue is so great in it she was so cool and open and down to earth and just an absolute joy to to so thank you so much to elizabeth shue. Thank you for listening to the eleven hundred and seventh episode of the podcast. Which now begins..

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Finding Great Christian Audiobook Resources

Grace and Peace Radio

02:23 min | 3 months ago

Finding Great Christian Audiobook Resources

"Audio books the we're going to start with the ones that the resources that you probably already know already. But i think i've got a few geeky surprises for you. I hope so stay. Stay with me here. The first one of course is audible dot com audible dot com owned by amazon. Which i did not know until yup today when i was doing some reason so of course there. It's a whole that's a subscription. So that's a pay thing. I i am going to steer us towards free. Things actually pretty pretty quick here but audible. Dot com has just oodles and of even christian material. Right some of them. That i found again. I was kinda focused on what i had mentioned before. So there's some elizabeth elliott what. I was rather disappointed in all of these was as far as audiobooks. Concern can find a ton of her books but as far as audio book Not so much. Not as much as i would have would have expected But there's some elisabeth elliot on audible dot com Lots of our c- sprawl. You can pretty much find r c sproul and any place You can't even go to legionnaire itself. And and i'm sure fine there streams in the desert i did find through audible dot com so i was pretty happy about that Lots of corrie ten boom could find her a new one. Because i had forgotten about it. When i was doing it was jerry. Bridge is all right. Yeah jerry. Bridges is an excellent resource and both is a book. And i found it as a audio trusting god out of all his books. I've read that. I've found great great comfort in that book. So i would highly recommend trusting god actually in these weird times probably rather than later but we times why sh- what we were times times so we had a viking sitting in mike. Pence's chair this week. What's so weird. How come on anyways. I stayed off the looking at the pictures. Yeah so anyway. So that's some of what i found on on audible

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"elisabeth" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

09:37 min | 7 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Actors of the mayor. Of five hundred television show, which is great until the open, the envelope, a man you're just why did win it? Then, you're just a fucking loser and you just didn't do a good enough job. Faki. Try. My friends and I have a joke where we say well, I guess I guess you just weren't good enough this year. Because one of the things that made Peggy Olson such head was that she came she came to embody. It can a moment in time with regard to women in the workplace that was part the story that madman was telling and he became something of a symbol for for sort of strong ambitious women at in the Modern Day as well. Did that transfers are sort of pressure on you playing that part? Did you feel the weight of expectation that you had to sort of? witness to that outside the job almost. in a way a little bit I. I don't think I felt it as much as I. Felt it. Or feel it I should say was nothing it was nothing to what you had combing. Yeah exactly. Exactly. It was like at the time I. Think it felt like significant and but now I'm like, Oh that was yes I. Think also I kind of kept. I don't know you know when you make things here in a little bit of a bubble sometimes in an I just thought of Peggy as this every woman I thought of her as You know that you know that would be Mardi the Ernest Borgnine. Yeah. I always thought of as Marty I thought of her as just just regular person and I didn't think of her as as a feminist icon are as a leader of movement. I just thought of her as as as a writer and a woman in the workplace and. Kept. I kept her in that bubble. So I didn't really feel that kind of pressure at the time and it was a different time in the sense of it was before the me too movement in Time's up and everything. So sort of Sh. This idea I mean the women on the show we used to do interviews in QNA is in is so different than it is now because the interviewer would sort of think that they were massively intelligent and ahead of the curve and say. Wow. So sexism in the workplace, right? I. Mean. This is this is a big deal and you know we as women would be like. Yeah. That's a that's a real thing but it was like a thing at the time of like, can you believe how they used to treat women? Yeah. Yes. It was an interesting then wasn't the madman felt like it had to go back to the sixties to to point out some a truth about now as it was drama has always done but yes and. Then, of course, a few years later as you as you say, as we hinted at two thousand sixteen, you're filming season. One of the handmaid's Tale in Canada and Hillary Clinton is not elected as the first female president the United. States. And then suddenly, what was a very skillful TV adaptation of an oval it was about sort of fantasy, Stupi and future. Became vibrating -ly relevant and by the time the first series was on air women's rights reproductive rights. Civil Liberties are being discussed and indeed threatened in a way that many was never imagined. We would see in our lifetime. And the unexpected relevance only a only adds to the brilliance of the series but. Did. Not mean that you find when it came to promote that talk about us here is you're having it was prescient in a way that you never predicted. It really really was and it was an interesting place to be because we were balancing. Not Wanting to capitalize on what was going on in a way that was insensitive. So. They were these these gigantic relevant themes in the show But we were trying to also be really careful not to look like we were just using the political climate to promote are stupid TV show. So you had to really balance talking about the things that were relevant and. Am Very obvious while at the same time recognizing. That we didn't intend for it to be that way we were trying to obviously this book was written in the Eighties and It was incredibly prescient and and. We were shooting episode, four, four and five at the time that Hillary didn't win and I remember going to work the next day. And Joseph fines had to say one of the most incredible lions from the book in the show which is. Better never means that are for everyone. It's always worse for song. And it was a really intense. Life moment that I'll never forget and so that was important to us to talk about. But at the time we didn't want to look like we were capitalizing on it for some some dumb show you know. Yeah. Sure. You've been quite candidly. I've seen you talking about that. That was a very steep learning curve and that you got it wrong. A couple of times as you sort of tried to find where you sat in that space as an an let us as an actress in a shoe who suddenly becomes almost a symbol for a movement. Yeah I. got it. Wrong. One big particular time. It was really interesting. We were doing QNA after the premiere of the show the of the first episode at I think the film festival or something like that, and we were all on stage. You know ten of US doing this Cuban and. And Awkward and kind of were all having trouble hearing each other and we were asked this question about is the handmaid's tale of feminist novel. I think it was. and. We all answered but I said, you know I said that I didn't think I said I can't actually remember what I said but basically, it's the right thing and I said that I found it. It was a humanist tale, a human story I got in big trouble for that understandably, and I think that and I had to clarify what I meant. which was clearly obviously that of course feminist of course, it's a feminist novel and I just what I meant was that I think their stories for you know about all humans in it and The learning curve was really really fascinating because. It was a moment that I realized that what I say people were listening to, and I just didn't know that as silly as it may sound I just didn't think like that and like you said, I'm an actress you know I'm not a politician I'm not I'm I'm an activist as a as a citizen but I, it's not my vocation and so. I had to learn kind of what the languages that you can can use your platform for, and in that it actually makes a difference. What you say that people are listening is really interesting interesting lesson. Do. You feel like you've embraced. That rule as as the seasons of gone on, you feel more comfortable within does it feel like something you're you Actively, enjoy taking that role my. Yeah it does I mean I always tried to kind of be. Respectful of the fact that I am not a politician and they may not always have all the information and I try to you know make it clear if I don't feel like I'm educated on a particular thing that I, don't think I can I can speak on it but I think it's something I've definitely become more comfortable with over the. Over the past few years and and more understanding that their pop perhaps people who rely on you to use your platform to speak for them and and then there are people who don't like when you do that and you kind of have to get over that and go. All right screw you guys I'm going to do in any way, right? Okay. Because you're you're you're producer on the show as well. Aren't you? So it's very, you know it's it's a it's a huge part of your life currently. Under no directing an episode, right? Yes. Yes. I am directing episode three will I was driving allegedly still am directing episodes. Yeah. We're talking in in sort of late May of twenty twenty when the world us. Shut down for a while sue presumably by the time people listen to this you maybe you may well be back at work and directing again an exact as you figured out what kind of direct or you're going to be. No I don't now so much like the act and you're kind of winging it day to day. No they don't really want you to be instinctive too much onset they kind of they kind of what you'd have a plan as. I see. Yes. Very different I think what I found in. My did two days. So I certainly cannot speak as director, but I think what I found surprising to me was I was really nervous about talking to actors. And I thought that I actually I actually really love the visual stuff..

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"elisabeth" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

06:14 min | 7 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"I guess. So I, think I just. Over the years especially, the last decade. I've learned a lot of a lot more about what what my process is on set in what I need and I find that. So much of what I do is is honestly instinctive in last minute idea and you know some I find that I can think about something until I'm blue in the face. And I can study it study at think about and talk about it. But until I'm on set with the other actor. In the costume listening and feeding off of them. It doesn't really matter because then there's there's going to be something else that's going to happen once you're there right but that needs that you need to have a belief in yourself to. To be thinking well. Work on the day I I knew I'll get there somehow. I guess. So yeah, I wonder if growing up around people who wear professionally creative. Gives you a sense of being allowed to be at that party. My eighteen year old is now acting and I went when I would go and see him in school plays because he'd grown up around actors. And, there was another kid who went to school who'd also gruner around people who are in the industry and when the two of them walked on stage it's not even that they were necessarily better than everyone else he was but just. He just him under the CELICA. They just had a sense of going I'm allowed to do this. This is a legitimate thing to do which. I. Think a lot of people don't come through that sort of world can struggle to feel like you're allowed to be and can and can struggle with impostor syndrome which I don't feel like you do. I one hundred percent agree with that I. think that's that's exactly right. I think that. You know as evidenced in in your son and you know. Anyone that has grown up in that kind of artistic creative family. You definitely do you have your sort of authorized to explore some that is really kind of insane to try to do and is is as you know our our industry at our business is so much chance and there's so much unknown and you know you can make a movie that you think is going to be the best movie made and you know it's slam dunk and it can go nowhere and and so I do think that they. Yeah. You have an authorization kind of from your creative parents to to go I. Deserve to be at the party I. think that's a great way of putting it. Do. You feel therefore that you don't have to suffer for your art because there's that. Fashion of acting has to be hard. But I. Get that from you. I feel that you you you're you feel if I can get there in a straight line dots find. Is that fair. That's absolutely one hundred percent I. I am I'm not a method actor as you know, you know and I have I have a slate jealousy and admiration for actors who kind of like you know like your Daniel Day Lewis Senior you're Joaquin Phoenix suit cook who just really goes show lose some it looks so special doesn't it? It looks a spiritual or something. Yeah exactly. They look like they're working so hard so hard admirable or so hard. He doesn't have that kind of like Oh. Maybe I should do that better. But I I know that I would just get. Bored. Immediately, I just can't do it I know that I would just I'd spend one day acting like that character and living in that world, and I'd be so bored with myself rise rise. Up You don't worry about appearing fraudulent if it doesn't seem to coast you enough. Yes exactly. That's exactly right. I just think that everybody has their you know everybody's got their own way of doing it and whatever I guess brings the story to life in the best way. But for me I just I don't know if it has to be that hard. Right. When we worked together a few years go We did a very small scale British movie. That filmed on an. On an ex pig-farm. Ash in the depths of your good as converted pig farm but it was only saving converted. It was still pretty much a pig farm and the debts of Yorkshire and. An essential because when we worked on that on that, maybe you are. Very easy delightful to be on set with never got grumpy or difficult or any of that stuff that one might expect you know no absolutely and highly motivated by do remember there was a couple of moments where you were very you very specifically and in entirely measured and thoughtful way at made it clear that you had a different creative idea to the one that may have been being suggested in that in that moment. And I thought that. You did it with obsolete grace an absolute clarity and I thought that was is very impressive because you clearly had a very. Very, open to being encouraged to do different things to try and even then you you still had very clear sense of knowing what works and doesn't work for you. Have you always had that do you think? Is that a Faira assessment that over the years as you know when you do work and people think it's good and and you start to get a little bit more confident in your instincts in the fact that you might be right about certain things and it's never something of like I had an idea that I was going to do it this way. I've planned to do it this way since I will ride this morning and on the drive. I planned that this is how I was GONNA do. And? It comes from a place of which you probably feel as well in saw when we work together, it just comes from a it's something feeling or kneeling like I can't. Do. A good job at at whatever it is that I'm being asked to do you know or not I don't understand it and I'm I'm perfectly willing to try anything what I have to kind of. 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"elisabeth" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Tell me about. It because I am he was the showrunner I am mildly obsessed to the as you know, I'm a enormous west wing dribbled on. This to you before and Did you meet him at the audition process I did. So it's funny. Actually I had a couple of auditions and you know the first time you go in when nobody knows who you are. You auditioned for just like the mailroom attendant, right? And so I. I went to my third audition and I sat down at like two or three scenes to do and I read with this man who I didn't know and then. I later found out that that was Aaron Sorkin. And that I had actually read with is with Aaron Did he know say hello, my name's Aren Sorkin you. I'm sure you said his name was Aaron I probably was so nervous. Yeah that I probably wasn't even like listening or you know what I mean I probably was just like heart pounding. So nervous but you were you were only seventeen. So yeah, it wasn't your first job by any stretch, but it was the first job of that sort of scale presumably that that sort of production that you are on did you just think this is something that the ordinary did you think on? Ole Ole big shows alike this or did it feel different? I didn't really have anything to compare it to honestly. So I didn't know what it was supposed to be like I'd never been on a big network show before if anything I think it must have been. Different because it fell because of the the writing, the writing was so. Unusual, and so different for anything that was on television in it was just it felt special and I don't know if that's just in retrospect looking back on what it became I can say that I mean I suppose if it had been a disaster in canceled, I wouldn't I wouldn't be saying that we wouldn't be talking about today. Whites. So I don't know they're felt like a little bit of a crackle of energy in the air. Yes. I I went back on yesterday I watched your first appearance in an episode. Did I did it's very sweet. You're making Chili with Charlie. Yes and his his lovely low sweet seen I. Don't know I don't know how far are planned ahead. But looked like already he was planting little seeds the you know they're going to have a little thing. And then five minutes later. Martin Sheen is addressing the room and doing one of those glorious beaches and I'm in tears. It's just one of those. It's just the power of the words as as Gloria. I know I know it was. It was truly such a special experience and you know everybody was it really taught me how you're supposed to. Act On that kind of set in higher supposed to be everyone was so professional and so kind and Martin. Sheen led the way in that and really set the tone and that all the other actors Brad and Janet Shift Johnston. Wonderful. Eight John Spencer you know everyone was so nice to each other and they were so they were funny and treated the crew. So respectfully and it just works really hard and and I really taught me. I. Obviously had no idea at the time I was going to go on to do so much television, but it really taught me that that Oh. That's how sets post be it comes down from the top and you are kind to the crew and you're respectful of everyone else and you know your lines and you don't mess up and it just taught me that that's how it's supposed to be. But you have been acting as we say since you're since you were little but you didn't you you haven't had any kind of formal training as it were. You've just kind of Donnay which is. Probably better training than actually going to dramas go am. So have you developed of you developed you think your own? Routine or process that you apply to each new job do you have a can of you have your own technique your own method? I think I have developed a slipshod of messy Meth ed. It's very improvisational and and it really depends on what the project is. So for something that like. You know I'm playing a real person like Shirley something that you know that I did a lot more research than I ever would have done before read you know biographies and it listened to a tape of her and all this stuff that I never really done before, and then there's some stuff that I just wish I think the thing that I probably do every time they try to work really closely with the writer or the writer and Director Roy, and go over every scene with them and talk to them about it and ask questions and and get them to tell me about the scene and just listen and I really tried to mine the the material as much as possible But I it is very messy at it depends on it just depends on what the project is. So it's instinctive. You work from instinct but very pragmatically I think you're quite pragmatic person on. Yeah, I. Am I'm very pragmatic and I'm very like I. kind of I. Suppose it is Instinct Abe and I sort of take. I take what I need and what I can when I can get about it and what I do as much thinking about it as I think I need to do and then forget about it. Right. So do you think you work of strong bed of self confidence? You knew what you need and you know you don't need. I guess so. I guess. So I, think I just. Over the years especially, the last decade. I've learned a lot of a lot more about what what my.

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"elisabeth" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

07:24 min | 7 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Did. Very all the for seeing you is a good. So nice to see you. Look at you and your your bear my. Shift what do you do? Best you've got very lisin. Yours that's pretty good. I've got a little bit of a little bit of a nice background nunc seamy as you quite. It's you go vaseline on the Lens there you're very sort of self focus. Thank you. And let me make sure. You. Can hear me. Okay. Yeah, we can. Yeah. Is that good? All right. How? Will we? Then we can just start and I figured. Just look at that Oh. Yeah. You could just begin. Even ten does a podcast with. Elisabeth Moss. Elizabeth thank you for bringing. Thank you for having me or a treat to see you again it only over the inter-web I now. I'm so glad we finally got to do this I feel like we've been talking about it for so long I think you maybe the one of the first people we were GonNa get for the shoe back on that you're on the first list. Thank finally we've done it I remember Sarah, our mutual agents talking about the fact that you might do this and yeah, and telling me about it before it even started. Basically. What I'm saying is I'm responsible for high down to you. Yes. Solely on the promise of having you as a guest I think nothing would have nothing would have come. To find out what cashing. Of course day. and. What when people do as they do they do they compile lists? Of light the greatest TV shows of the century or degrees TV shows of all time and you've got. You've got West Wing you've got madman told the lake. You've got handmaid's tale. You like four entries on those less. Greedy. I'd say. And is that. Selfish at the risk of opening with a very impossible to answer question Wat- is the ratio of luck to judgment that has landed jeered. On the list of greatest television shows of all time four times. I would say it's a pretty probably fifty fifty at best. Good. Though that's all right. I mean I think because? A couple of them. I didn't have any choice in the matter in the sense of I was just looking for things and those were the the projects that I got you know. So Yeah West Wing Madman just auditioned for and I was seventeen and twenty three respectively and I would have you know taken any decent somewhat decent job that I could have gotten. And then the top of the lake and handmaid's I had a little bit more choice. Sure. You know. So are you aware of water is that gets you magnetized some to one thing not to another? On a sort of really Impossible to define level I. Guess. It's sort of one of those things. I don't know if you feel this way when you're picking what you do but. Just kind of feel it in a sort of silly as that sounds, it might thing is quite often if I can't. Imagine if I if I hate the idea of somebody else doing it if the idea of somebody else do ya. Rage Jealousy. Yes. Yes and I start to think about who they're going to go to next in. Probably they're gonNA talk I know the people that I know the the group of actresses that we often like old things you know and I. They go to Rose Byrne I'M GONNA. On. Channel. Is He's a great clarifier isn't net I actually? Told survey should yeah it. Really it is. It's. It's kind of sometimes the thing that makes you go. Oh this this is actually something I. Really. Want to do you know it's a it's an it's not only that but it that is part of it. The Spectra Bruce Byrne doing instead. Yeah. Yeah Chris Dot allow. that. I wonder if she feels the same I, wonder if you're on her list. I bet you are I. Bet you're on everyone's less these days probably a lovely non. Jealous. person. Who's just would be happy for anybody to get a great role. She is very lovely and she I'm sure she has great general state but I don't know for session that jealousy is a great clarify for roses. Well, I think I think all actors will appreciate that understand that. found. 'em And the as you get older and wiser and further along in the industry. Does. That make those choices because the charges are going to be more scrutinized Elizabeth most does next can have carries more weight. Can you still separate out your instincts from what is? Expected of you is that a challenge or are you quite clear headed? I think it is a challenge I think you have to be aware of it. You know. And not be crippled by it. I think that. Yes you're absolutely right older. I get the more things they do. They are known by people the Yes you do feel a little bit more pressure. You feel a little bit more especially in in television at this point I television I've sort of. Gotten myself into a real pickle because I kinda really do. A disaster. Disaster for I have to sort of now every time out of the gate make like this Ray television show you know sure which is the silly amount of of pressure because not everything is going to be you know that but I try to Kinda not be crippled by that I guess and be fearless handmaid's tale I was not intending on doing another. You know potentially long running show. So quickly after madman, it was only a couple of years. I think at best and I thought well, I'll give it a little bit longer and then the show came along this description were so incredible that I kind of had to. Forget about my own preconceived ideas of what was with Moss Do. An and just go you know what I love this I believe in it it's touched me and I, and I want to tell this story. So your instinct taxi triumphed over its potentially sort of the clever thing to yes over. The Johnson Rose Byrd was still a very big part of it. Right? Right yeah. She was they're ready to win. Polo. Yeah Yeah. Sure. You've been acting professionally since you were eight years old right Yeah. Yeah. Six, seven, eight it's been clear the road. On what was what was your first professional gig. So my first..

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Elisabeth Moss to Star in ‘Shining Girls’ Thriller Series at Apple

TV's Top 5

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Elisabeth Moss to Star in ‘Shining Girls’ Thriller Series at Apple

"Amazon has handed out a series order for paper girls. A drama based on the bestselling graphic novel from Bryan Cave on Netflix has renewed the summer sleeper, sweet magnolias for a second season and apple has picked up the thriller the Shining. Girls starring. Elisabeth Moss to series and speaking of the handmaid's tale. Elizabeth Moths has also signed a first look TV deal with Fox twenty-one and Hulu and is developing an anthology series for the streamer in which she would also star.

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Elisabeth Moss Shines As Writer Shirley Jackson In This Smart, Surprising Film

New Yorker Radio Hour

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Elisabeth Moss Shines As Writer Shirley Jackson In This Smart, Surprising Film

"Josephine decker's new film is called surely and it stars Elisabeth moss as the writer Shirley Jackson I have a title hangs a man about that girl the missing welding what do you think

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"elisabeth" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:26 min | 11 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"With guest host every week. Stressing all sorts of wonderful issues, nerdy political pop concert, black queer feminism race well the news. You'RE GONNA learn your history. Their self empowerment and it's total. Buy what feels like your best friend. Why should someone listen to minority Corner Winai? Free stuff there's not free stuff. The listeners of minority corner will enjoy some necessary. Lol's, but mainly a look at what's happening in our world to colorful lengthy will get the perspectives of marginalized communities heard I feel seen like you say you need to understand how to be more proactive in your community, and this is a great way to get started. Want US every Friday on Max Fun, or wherever your podcast minority farner because together the majority. It feels like nothing in the news. These days makes any sense so Hassan Haj turned to his father and his faith for answers he said, don't worry about the number of questions. Just worry about which questions become more clear and solidified comedian. Hassan Hodge on how his spirituality is getting him through. Listen subscribed to. It's been a minute from NPR. Welcome back to Bullseye I'm Linda Holmes. INFOR Jesse, thorn I'm talking with Elizabeth Moss, she starred in a bunch of movies and TV Shows Madman the invisible man, the handmaid's tale. Her newest project is a movie called Shirley in it. She plays Shirley Jackson the horror writer, the author of the lottery. The movie comes out this week. Let's get back into our conversation. Another thing I want to ask you about you. You are not just a MEEMA. You are multiple memes. You are handmaid's tale memes. You're also madman memes. Ditch. Are you aware, did you? Were you aware when you were shooting Peggy? Olson coming down the hall with the box and the shades and the cigarette. Do you shoot that and thank I'm going to be looking at this rest of my life? No. No absolutely! Not I mean I had no idea we didn't have any idea. I mean it was so It was completely unexpected. I it was a big moment for the character and I knew that it was something that I was proud of sorry. I'm getting a piece of cheese, and you'RE GONNA carrot. Starving got your cheese. Thank you very much I knew that it was a big moment for the character, but no had absolutely no idea that it was going to be this this meme that that that it became up like. Crazy. I remember at the time. My main focus was very much. Holding all of that staff trying to make them? Trying to get them to make the boxes light as possible because lazy, and I was like I just make kept making them take out of the box. They were like we wanted to be real, and I was like I. Don't so take things out of the box. And then I remember like trying to keep the cigarette in my mouth. It's actually very difficult to walk and keep cigarette your mouth like that I don't know how James Dean did it and then the. To do walking and then also look cool. So I remember that. which you didn't know when you're shooting it, because I I remember watching that episode live, and thinking as I was watching that episode live. This is a this is a famous shot from madman. Right here. That's so funny. It's so interesting. Yeah, like we just I mean you know it wasn't even her last seen? It wasn't her last shot like we just didn't necessarily. Nobody did nobody thought about that about it that way you know, I listened to an interview or you talked about Madman, making it possible to be seen for more roles, but also then having to demonstrate that you could do a lot of other roles. Are you basically now out of that period? Where people associate you with a particular thing I guess so. I think that yeah, the the first thing I did after like getting kind of known for a character was top of the League. Originally Jane didn't want to see me for it because she could only see me as peggy. And the incredible casting director, Christine McGregor in Australia so I will be forever. Grateful to basically had a, we had a drink in La and an I showed up and I looked so different from Peggy, and she said Chi Chi. Take a picture of you and I was like sure should compare me and sent it to Jane and basically was like this person does not. This person is not Peggy and it was her support of of me that help to get me that role, and and that was the first time. I did something that I. I kind of. Felt like I had to prove to myself that I could do something other than Peggy. I knew I. Could I knew I wanted to when you become well known for a character, it is daunting to to go outside of that. That I think that kind of pushed me out of that box during madman, and so I didn't necessarily have the seem kind of up problem that somebody may have coming out of a long running show like that because I had done this thing in the middle of right. I also have not somebody who really cares. I don't really operate from a place of fear when it comes to the to the role that I do so I really worry about it too much I. You know I I consider myself. A person who is an actor who played different characters doesn't just play one character, and that's it like I i. didn't really get too bogged down in. A Way I can never play a copywriter again could never play somebody in advertising I could never do a period project again or something like that I don't care. Whatever's challenging me is actors guess what's the most important to me? Yeah, is there. Is there anything right now that you think? I've never done a role like XYZ that you're interested in doing. I mean you talked about you know. Know things kind of making you think I. WanNa do more action. I WANNA do different things. Is there a wishlist or is that asking for trouble to have a wishlist as an actor? I generally don't have like too much of a wishlist. Just because I do like to be surprised, but I think as I've gotten a place in my career worm I'm developing more material and producing almost. Almost everything I do I started to look at that and for me. There's a couple of things one I really want after playing June, who's such a heroin? Although a complicated, her one and a flawed one right, I really WANNA play a villain I really wanNA play I. WanNa play. Bad Guy Played Anti Hero. That's something I'm really interested in and I am actually really interested in. In exploring an action film or something in that space, I think that I love those kinds of movies, I'm a huge movie Fan and so I, which ones do you love? Whom I what are your favorite? All of that I mean the entire the born franchise mission, impossible franchise, specifically the the leader Shri Query films I love all the atomic, blonde and salts and tomb, Raider and like. You know all the ones that have are are women as the as the heros you know. Obviously, those have a special place in my heart as a woman I love them. And.

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"elisabeth" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Vicks! Get A goldfish. All Right, what do you? What do you remember about suburban commando? So we're talking about this I. I! Remember everyone was very nice including hulk. Hogan and I remember taking it very seriously. and treating it. You know not dissimilar to the way that I treat the handmaid's tale. It was very her. You know obviously it was it. Was I I? Think it was my first movie. My first real move my way picture made her studio town. I done a TV movie I think, but I think it was my first feature and. I took it seriously. I mean it was A. Big Deal for me in big stars Hulk Hogan very big at the time. Christopher Lloyd obviously alleged absolutely You know and I took it i. took it just as seriously as i. take anything anything now honestly. that's my my. That's my memory of my memory of it. Is I took it seriously, of course. Why would you not I think it's her? Reflect I pretty sure. It's reflected in the work. If you go back and look at it. It's like watching Claire, Danes my so called life, or are you say it's a? Big Out there. That girly lost the cat. She's going to be big. A ditch is it true 'cause I can't remember where I heard this is. Were you a voice? In a frosty? The snowman cartoon US was in frosty returns frosty returns. Yes, which seriously to a hundred percent took it seriously, and that was with John Goodman. Oh, well, yes, he played frosty ending. How cool is that? I couldn't sit in there anymore. Holly I started getting a cramp and I got this freezer burn. You shouldn't be out here. Nah I think I finally found a place where the snow is here to stay and Ice Castle. Be there for long. What are you talking about? I just came from a school. All the kids were screaming. No more snow, no more snow. Was Terrible. What did you say nothing? I was too scared whenever I tried to talk. My mouth gets all dry and my hands get all. I. Let you down, didn't. Know Kid. Maybe. It's time you try to different approach. You weren't playing around with these early roles. I really wasn't I was like. Let me just pick out like all these like legendary men John Goodman from my mom. My mom is from Chicago I've spent a lot of time in Chicago. And I'm a big Chicago Cubs Fan, and so obviously working with somebody like John, Goodman was very You know big deal big deal in my family. Big Deal in every anywhere everyone's family. Yes, the Star of many of beloved film, of course, my family so I I remember meeting him at the recording studio. On that one. We'll have even more with Elisabeth Moss when we come back from a quick break, stick around its bullseye from maximum fund,.

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"elisabeth" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"That invisible guy gave you pretty good. Beating put into the fridge dragged the around Oh. I know it was it was it was really fine? Honestly, it made me want to do an action movie and I'm actually kind of tried to figure it. Out It was so fun, it was so fun to be so physical to use my any strength. I had to get stronger. You know to to to like workout and take care of my body in that way and I really I had such a great time. It was very difficult because I am not a stunt performer, and I'm actually not even a incredibly athletic person, but it was it was. Kind of. Great? Loved it. You were a dancer for a long time. Though right. Yes, I was so I guess I should I'm not. I'm not allowed leading bursts anymore. I should say. I have to assume though that it that when you're trying to figure out something like that, it's it's probably an advantage to the people who are coordinating it to be working with somebody who? Has Done Choreography before actually? Yes, you're absolutely right, and you know the one thing that actually really helps. My ballet training was. We had this special camera that we used that? I'M GONNA? Forget the name of now because they have been doing press for six hours, but it was a camera that was very very cool, and it operated on counts specific counts so the winery. Yes, so the choreography of the fight this it would. The camera would. Was would count out loud to and one and two and three and everything was on the counts. So, I was like Oh. This is perfect. I did this forever like I do this I can remember okay that I'm supposed to raise my arm on A. An eighteen and a half like I can do that. It was very interesting. I I never thought that that skill would come in handy in such a way. Yeah, it's because I've never heard of I've never heard of a camera that the counts out loud. I know I mean someone. If anyone's listening to this and wants to text me with that cameras called. It was very much appreciate. Yeah. I do WANNA. Play you since we're talking about your. You're acting history and your dance history. You started acting very young right? Yeah, I was about six and you know when I looked you up on when I looked up your IMDB page, which of course is a very imprecise and imperfect way to to survey someone's career, unlike a lot of people who start acting when they're six, there are big gaps of sort of stopped acting. Disappeared off of the the out of that business for long periods of time, you seemed to kind of bridge. All of that pretty successfully. Yeah, I guess so I mean there was a period when I twelve to fourteen when I didn't act much that much, because I was I was very formative time for a dancer writer, auditioning for schools, and it's it's. It's crazy that it's that young, but it is, and so there was a time from twelve to fourteen when I don't think I did as much but yeah. I guess I pretty much steadily steadily kind of worked not in not in a lot of stuff that people saw, but I was working. Well then I mean I think I think I. Probably I saw you in the West Wing not a bad. That's not a bad place to spend a few years. No. It was certainly not a bad place to to work it was. Really I mean I was seventeen when I started that show, and it was incredibly formative in not just my career, but in in my idea of how you are supposed to beyond set, and how every single one of those actors was so professional and so kind and funny, and took their work seriously, but not themselves seriously and I think that that really kind of taught me how you're supposed to be. And I fell in love with a foul Nova television. Yeah. Can we listen to a clip from suburban commando I think we have to listen to a clip from suburban commando if you have one absol-. Glowing got so. This is one of your it. This is one of your first movie roles. This is Nineteen ninety-one suburban commando starring Christopher Lloyd and Hulk Hogan Hulk Hogan plays an alien who spacecraft breaks down. I love this description. How is this a best log line ever? Hulk Hogan plays an alien who spacecraft breaks down, and he gets stranded on earth. In the Los Angeles suburb of Van Nuys Rented Garage apartment from Christopher Lloyd and his suburban family. To vehicle for Hulk Hogan to to lift and throw heavy objects, and in this scene, a young Elizabeth Moss playing a little girl who keeps losing her cat in a tree. The alien comes along to rescue the cat. But sends her flying through the air. Instead. That's roll the clip. Mike. Are you sure..

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"elisabeth" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Coming to you from my house, it's Bullseye and Linda Holmes Infra. Jesse Thorn I'M NPR pop culture, correspondent and the host of pop culture. Happy Hour, our guest this week is Elizabeth Moss. No Elisabeth Moss right June and the handmaid's Tale Zoe from the West, wing Peggy and madman. On a second. You want me to work up an entire corporate image campaign for ten dollars. I can make you do it for nothing I'm the boss. You're right. The work ten dollars. The lion's extra. Incredible. What do you make a weeks? Don't know That's hope you know. I could fire you. Great. There's some portfolios and Jones office. Maybe you could find somebody tonight. Why are you doing this to me because you're being very demanding for someone who has no other choice? Dasell me. There's something about the way Moss carries herself onscreen right when she takes the lead role. especially she has the confidence and poise of a veteran actor. Who's been doing this for decades, and that's probably because she has been doing this for decades. She's acted professionally since she was eight years old and apart from a couple years in her early teens. She hasn't really taken a break. Her newest movie is. Is called Shirley. Elizabeth lays Shirley. Jackson the real life author of the lottery and the haunting of Hill House. Here's the premise. It's the early sixties Shirley as living in Vermont with her college professor. Who is Stanley played by Michael? Stool Barg, their marriage is struggling Shirley's reclusive. She struggles with depression and anxiety Stanley for his part is a serial womaniser who doesn't really take Shirley seriously as an author. Then they take in some guests, a young Ta of Stanley and his wife. Things escalate, get more tense, but in the midst of all the drama something else happens Shirley finds inspiration for her new novel. Let's listen I have a title, Hangs Aman. It's about that girl. The missing one the Weldon girl. What do you think? You haven't said much. It's just an idea. I try during college. Girls sounds trite in a bit trashy but to. Give it a go. I'll read of course. For you, too. It's going to take some time. Don't give it to me and a couple of days. It's enough. No dear, that's. You're not. You're just not up to it. You're wrong. Darling! You haven't been out of the house in two months. Barely, able to? Put on a pair of stockings. He's back. That's all I'm saying. Elizabeth Moss welcome to Bullseye. Thank you very much very happy to be here. So the relationship between Stanley and Shirley as you as you hear it in, that clip is really intense, but most of what you learn about. It comes from scenes like that where they're talking about her writing. In general, it's I think it's really hard to make writers talking about writing interesting. How did you? How did you watch that problem of of making people understand a character based largely on on writing that they're not getting to read You know you have a you have a script written by Sarah guns honestly because I. do think that you're seeing is absolutely correct I. do think it's actually really difficult to do and the way that she wrote the script. Somehow, it just wasn't a problem you just. It was somewhere between a bio pic of surely and of Shirley's stories itself. You know she really. Really balanced that so well, and you're right. It's an incredibly difficult thing to do. Yeah, the scene in which Stanley finally reads the draft of the book, I don't think it's too much of a spoiler, but it's the very rare seen. That felt totally original to me on an emotional level. Can you tell me a little bit about the approach to what Shirley is thinking in that it's initially kind of ambiguous scene. You don't know exactly what's going on. You're looking at Shirley's face. You're looking at her reactions. Is that kind of the the pivotal scene I? Surely Do you think yeah? Definitely definitely? has this opportunity to kind of show in one scene one of the most important things about her which? Which is that? She cares more about her work than anything else. The only thing she cares more about than her work is what Stanley thinks of her work and it you. We had this one scene in this one sort of opportunity to show it. It wasn't written that it was all going to be in that one take and that we were going to stay on that. Close Up, we or shot we. You know covered it, but it was just the way the the way. The JOSEPHINA ended up cutting it, which I was obviously very flattered by but I think it's right. Because I think you have to show all of the emotions that someone like Shirley would feel in that moment, the fear, the being angry at herself for being nervous, being angry, at Stanley for making her nervous, really desperately wanting him to like the story. You know all of covering all up when he walks over I. mean you kind of had to show all of those those bits? Its Genre Darling. That's stymying you. It's. Not your arena. and. Frankly it's beneath you. Keep your theories to yourself. You didn't know her. Don't tell me that I. do not know this girl. I might have walked by a dozen times on campus. There's nothing fascinating about this girl except that she's gone. What does she done? You don't know your subject. She's a nothing. Is She doesn't and dozens of girls like this littering campuses across the country. Lonely girls who cannot make the world see them. Do not tell me I do not know this girl, don't you dare? For people who haven't read the novel that this is based on which is by Susan scarf marital. How would you explain the relationship between this? Shirley Jackson and the the actual biographical Shirley Jackson. Well I think it's hugely fictionalized. We obviously left her children out. which is a big a big thing. And she was actually a wonderful mother, even even though she was dealing with. Mental Illness and addiction She was a wonderful wonderful mother by all accounts and we you know for the purposes of the story. They weren't in it. So that's a huge departure I wouldn't look too closely. At the timeline of things in our movie, little bit non linear, but I think what we were trying to do. Or what Sarah the writer was trying to do, and what I loved about it was. It was just this sort of slice of life I feel like you could make five movies about Shirley. Shirley Jackson and Stanley like their whole lives. What I felt like this was was just a little bit of a slice of her as it was, it was her writing process and her writing process specifically at that time, which was the lottery had just come out hugely successful, all of a sudden was famous, and was also experiencing infamy because she. You know a lot of people. wrote a lot of hate mail about the lottery. It was very divisive and here she was embarking on this sort of sophomore effort, and it was always about that process as a writer. Had you read a lot of Shirley Jackson? I'd only read the lottery in the hunting of Hill House. I think that's a common duo for people. Exactly I feel like that's like the Shirley Jackson one. Oh One, so then. Yeah, then I had the opportunity to obviously go and read on. I.

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Meghan McCain Slams Elisabeth Hasselbeck After ‘View’ Appearance: Her Message is “Really Dangerous”

Jason and Alexis

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Meghan McCain Slams Elisabeth Hasselbeck After ‘View’ Appearance: Her Message is “Really Dangerous”

"Meghan McCain has condemned Elizabeth Hasselbeck for the remark she made about the coronavirus on you last month but she basically said that you know this was in the beginning in may and she was talking about how we should pray the virus away so Meghan McCain was on watch what happens live with Andy Cohen this is some of what she said about those comments I think it's really really unfortunate and dangerous that she said that and I I don't need to co host with her again and it's unfortunate because I've been a huge fan for a long time and anybody screw around with this virus and putting out certain misinformation I just don't really have a lot of time for it now I mean she says she's not going to close with her again and they brought Elizabeth back for a couple of episodes so yeah because that was Elizabeth just Elizabeth was filling in that day and on the view when I watched that episode and the it was really uncomfortable on you could feel the tension rises more so than usual on that show I wish she would go over to grace though just because just to say that she would never co host with their again I don't need to co host but there again is I think a little extreme I know that it's it's dangerous to say these things to the public but it was the beginning where a lot of people weren't warned yeah is this just publicity publicity that they need R. as a sort of you oh no they have you doing

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Atlanta - Fulton County order to punish Atlantans who leave home for nonessential activities

Rush Limbaugh

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta - Fulton County order to punish Atlantans who leave home for nonessential activities

"Us during new declaration from the Fulton County Board of health this afternoon and it says quote all residents of Fulton County are commanded to stay at their place of residence with some exceptions this includes the million residents of Fulton County which includes the city of Atlanta violators so says this decree you could be subject up to twelve months in jail or a thousand dollar fine the order signed by doctor S. Elisabeth Ford interim director of the county health department she says she hopes this will help in flattening that curve we have a lot of questions about this just the same as you do we've had a bunch of calls already they have not been terribly forthcoming in our efforts to get some answers however were keeping at it and in the meantime we have posted the whole a declaration at our website W. S. B. radio dot com

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William Shatner awarded horse semen in his divorce settlement

Jason and Alexis

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

William Shatner awarded horse semen in his divorce settlement

"William Shatner and his ex wife Elisabeth they have divorced now they've settled their divorce they do horse breeding and in the divorce settlement I'm sure TMZ looked all this up he is keeping the horse breeding equipment including quote all for Siemens well hold on to that I'm sure it's like thoroughbred horses that Arnold yeah really expensive valuable it is super valuable for Siemens yeah because every have you ever met him no I met him yes is he is weird as he seems yeah he's got a call in just a month ago okay he's got this new show on the history channel on Saturday nights and I've heard him being interviewed and he's a weird dude yeah I need to he turns it on and it's loud and but yeah he's got a lot of the other things

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"elisabeth" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

14:28 min | 1 year ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Hi everybody I M Peter Travers. This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and people. There's a movie now called the invisible man that you have to stop everything and see right now. Well not right now. You're going to listen to us. Talk for a few minutes but it is so good. And it's one of the best performances ever given by my guest Elisabeth Moss. So welcome you. Well it's easy when it's true it is. Did you have a good feeling when it was done and you looked at it? Did you say all this torture? They put me was worth it basically. Yeah Yeah I watched a An earlier cut off the film In in screening room in New York by myself and I was it was definitely one of those moments where I was like like a worked. Because when you're making a film like this it's not it's not a gigantic budget. It's not like you know effects but there's effects elements and so you're never quite sure what it's going to turn out to be. It's a crazy story. Talk a little bit about it. Because what's amazing to me. Is THE INVISIBLE? Man Really isn't about the interesting for man it's about someone. He's victimized and that flip of the focus. Yeah has changed everything that was. Yeah well that was all Leon owe them I believe the story goes that they asked him. What would you do with the invisible man? They sort of brought him the property and he just off even the top of his head was like I think I would tell it from the perspective of the victim. And that's the movie that we have today so it was. It was his idea completely. I'd never seen a movie like this before where the villain is actually talks masculinity. Yeah and yeah and the reverberations that come from that. I don't want to be in spoiler territory make if people are angry and make sense. No just describe this character you play. Yeah I play A woman named Cecilia. Who we see at the beginning of the foam is seems to be escaping a house and a man and then we find out that she's actually getting out of an credibly. Abusive relationship Her husband Boyfriend Ends UP COMMITTING SUICIDE. But she continues to believe that she's being terrorized by him and Everyone thinks she's crazy. No one believes her and then and then and then the optics engineer. Yes so he's somebody that would know about what this yes. Yes but what's fascinating about it that I think we can talk about it and women go through this constant. Yeah is that when they feel that? They've been abused everybody's saying I need evidence short. I need to see it. So if it's an invisible entertain YEP which could be real in the movie or could be sometimes what a woman who's been abused goes through absolutely how that doesn't ever leave your head exactly. That's exactly right Peter. That's we're always take some popcorn and I no. You're exactly right I mean it's it's it's two fold. It's not only an analogy for gas lighting and for a woman not being believed but it's also a metaphor for how hard it is to let go of that toxic relationship and the trauma that still exists In a man or a woman as they carry that around. And you can't just oh well I'm out of it now. Everything's GONNA BE FINE. You know there's some damage that's been done and We definitely deal with that in a in you know a metaphorical way and the movie in terms of this society that we're in now it's isn't really speaking to it directly. Yeah guys of horror film. Absolutely I think all great horror films are like that though you know they all have a metaphorical kind of thing going for them in the shining. There's like nine million ideas of what that movie actually means Exorcist or even a movie like You know gravity or something then genre realm. It tends to have a an idea. That's bigger than just the bells and whistles around it. I think it's a way of making a film like this. John Ritter Foam really speak to something deeper and and and be much more interesting. And it is. It's a month teaser. But at the same time it is a horror film. I invasion of the body snatchers. The first one that was done in the fifties on it was basically sub. Textually about McCarthy is right and people being in America turning into such conformance they would go along with what anybody would say absolutely. It's so much about women being believed yep being hurt and being believe yeah which is it. Yeah it's really it's really interesting you're up. No you're absolutely right. I mean for me. It's one of those ideas. Your when I when I read the script kind of like I wish I had thought of this. Like this is so so great and it's so relevant almost seems so obvious. Now you know well. I don't think it's obvious because we're just getting to the point. Where recognized able to do this a decade ago. I think the sense of invisibility is that means. There's something else spiritual or something in our heads that Honda's that's not what were your favorite horror films like I loved the shining. Obviously there's a lot of recent ones. I really like a little quiet place. I love Jordan's films. You know. Get Out and US I loved hereditary. I Dunno if Midsummer's technically horror film but okay. I loved Midsummer So I I love his work. I like a lot of the things that are coming out now will win. You worked with Jordan Peo- in a supporting role in us. Yeah Yeah couldn't that. What was that like what it likes to work with him. Well he's just a dream he's dream US exactly what you'd hope he'd be like smart Very Funny Very Nice But doing that film was so great. Kind of 'cause I that's when I realized that this genre was really fitting for me because I could do things that were so crazy. You know like smiling while dragging a knife across my face and and while laughing and crying at the same time and Jordan. Just come in and be like Dan tastic and that was so funny here. That was so great and I was like. Oh this is like my. This is my genre I can do at everyone like is GonNa love it. Can you do that now from the other side? Can you look at your husband dying and go from tears to laughing in like ten seconds and I was like? Yeah that's awesome. Let's try that so for me that stuff. That's like I love doing that. Like really weird crazy stuff. So I think the leaks genre kind of thriller thing is my gym but you always have that mischief in what you do you know. It's one of the great things we'll see great thing to have that you know what it's going to be with you think it's going to be and that's it. When did that start? When did when was it when you decided that you were going to be an actor that you've thought I can do this. Gosh I don't know I think that I did a film. When I was ten with Harvey Keitel and he was a real actor you know he was a serious actor and he was probably one of the first like real serious actors that I had met and worked with and He was lovely and so nice Spill imaginary crimes. Yeah Yeah And and it was like a real part and I do a couple of dramatic scenes. I think I I don't know I just was like not. It's not like I thought. Oh I'm good at this. I just thought away really like this and this is something I think fits me really well. And then that Director Tony. Actually ended up directing my first episode of the West Wing. Seven years later. You just all crazy. It all comes full. Starting you grow up on sets. I mean lately you've been doing so much. Tv that's been so great that they've calling you the queen of Peak TV. That's great that. Come with the crown. No you don't you don't Nice but movies are another thing too is great to see you doing that. And I also you people. I saw this one in Shirley Shirley I think that's part of the film critic thing is you need to see these nine. Sometimes they turn out really good but again Shirley Jackson or this version of her that she wrote the lottery and other things is not is leading a kind of Virginia Woolf. Oh yes nine. Easy with her. And Michael Barr Gas. Uh-huh please her husband. We we would reference Virginia Woolf all the time It's a really. She is such an interesting life really. That's the that's the thing because when you see in Shirley and you see her faculty party jumps back. Fasten your seat belts. That was really she. Was We really try to you? Know it's IT'S NOT A. It's it's very fictional kind of as you know retelling of of a part of her life But Sarah Gibbons worth this beautiful script and and it it. We really tried to capture her mischief. Though and her her her kind of she liked to inflame you know she likes to kind of poke fun at people. Like to be disrupted disrupted great joy out of it. You know you know the lottery. The short story that she wrote I think to this day. Although the fact may have changed for a long time that story in the New Yorker received the most hate mail of any story ever published in the New Yorker disrupt. It was incredibly people. Were not people did not like what she didn't that story. They loved the story but it would be very upsetting for people. You seem to have a traction to this kind of thing which I love. You know. It's like I'm not afraid of this. I'll do it doesn't matter. We'll get the hand mainstay via I love it. I don't know why I just I. I love dark challenging material. It's what gets me going. Well maybe in between the next three do one rom com or maybe holiday movie. No they should do that. We're trying to make a hallmark Christmas movie and saying that is just making me. I'm like what are we going to do with this? It's going to be like somehow dark and upsetting. Addis cry now. It could be really bad but I I would love to do a smart romantic like when Harry met. Sally is my favorite film of all time and the all time. Oh Yeah that's a bold state. Oh Yeah I love that phone so much but you know you need a really really good writer. I mean that was obviously. We're Ephron it's the best and and and you know you need that kind of writing to do a really good so to find a really good script. Well it's out there there. There are a lot of great writers out there to do all that. So what happens to the characters that you've played? Where did they go in terms of your head? Where do you store them? You know in your consciousness. I don't go away. They just go most people come up to you and say talk to me about Madman. Yes and then I bring it back. I was talking about it. See All right yeah. Go talk about it. What happened yeah I. I don't store them at the same time. They all have really big parts of my personality in them. So there's parts of me and one that's closest to you the way that's so hard because there's yes. I mean I do think June is the most is the closest to me But I also think she's going through a really kind of rough time so I. I think that I don't know how much I identified with her. Maybe more in the beginning when she was more human now she's getting a little rough but There's parts of you. That are very very me. Honestly there's parts of surely I watched Shirley I remember going. Oh my God that's actually me like. I have a big part of me that is Shirley. That's how I know. I think it'd be on doors going to faculty partners especially when I'm grumpy tired. Then the Shirley Jackson tax see well. We don't really want that a little afraid of dealing with this when that happen. Yeah so are you feeling? You're on the right trajectory for you. Is this everything you wanted to be when you said I'm GonNa make this my career. It's more than I actually thought I would be honestly because I never. There's a lot of dreams that you can't even dream. You know I never. I didn't set out to go. I'm GonNa make like a really good horrifying. I'M GONNA be on a show about advertising. It's going to do really well in the sixties. You know like there's stuff that are. I'm make the handmaid's tale. You know a first person narrative book that has no ending like so. There's there's a lot of things that Margaret would be time at that time and so I I didn't think I would ever be been this incredibly lucky physician honestly now. You're starting to shoot season. Four right. Yeah you're going day Monday so actually happening actually happening. It's so crazy and I mean I've texting Bruce and Dana and Dina's directing and you know just it's been yeah I can't I?.

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Queen calls royal family summit to discuss Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's 'Megxit' details

Chicks On the Right

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Queen calls royal family summit to discuss Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's 'Megxit' details

"News we've Elisabeth is calling a family meeting she's ordered prince Harry to meet her his father prince Charles and his brother prince William today to discuss his and his wife Meghan Markle desire to step back from their senior roles in the royal family they are scheduled to meet at the queen's estate in

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Gotham Awards: 'Marriage Story,' 'The Farewell,' 'Uncut Gems' Lead Nominations

The Big Picture

12:45 min | 1 year ago

Gotham Awards: 'Marriage Story,' 'The Farewell,' 'Uncut Gems' Lead Nominations

"Okay Amanda the Gotham awards what do you know about the Gospel awards they are New York based yes is Gotham is a stand in for New York and uh-huh well done thank you and they are an indie film awards and they always have the ceremony pretty early in the season and their speed teaches are often really vibrant and kind of make some noise that people are usually recapping them are doing videos of the acceptance speeches that's right the nominations are usually driven by journalists and critics whereas the awards themselves are usually chosen by people in the New York Film Community this year's collection of films is sure thing and I think it highlights the New York versus La Aspect of this award show I would say that this is a very good collection of films but not terribly represented of of where Oscar is going to be going this year so let's just mentioned a couple of the categories we can talk about what we see and if any of this really ultimately matters to the big race that we talk about on the show all the time so for best feature Lulu longs farewell The safdie brothers uncut gems trae rituals waves Noah Baumbach marriage story and Lawrence Ghaffari as hustlers now as a human man these are five of my favorite movies of the year you truly love to see you love to see it now Ah I think this list has been somewhat criticized for being the eight twenty four awards share and also Noah Baumbach a former eight hundred four filmmaker himself so there's a lot of lineage there but I don't necessarily I mean I think marriage story is pretty much a lock for best picture and you've got a chance to see it over the weekend so that we may be we can t some of that conversation talk about it but yes these other films I think the farewells probably the one that has been tabbed to have the best chance at best picture but do you see a world in which I guess these early awards shows do more than just you know sort of celebrate the films that we expect to not be recognized come Globes and an Oscar season or or do you think that this is just a forebear to what's coming I think this is probably people sharing their passions for the most part and doesn't shift a lot the only notable storyline in the future category for me as Hustler's being here because that means that people really are taking it seriously as a a capital f film in addition to a great kind unexpected box office hit featuring Jennifer Lopez sue and we talked about that a little bit of the time of Jennifer Lopez seems like an Oscar contender people take it seriously it seemed like the answer to that is yes in some ways yes but on the other hand Jennifer Lopez not nominated for Gotham you know just kind of fascinating what are you going to do with you ran does in the film community I don't know it is people expressing themselves yeah I mean there's a lot of very admirable choices kind of up and down we don't have to run through every single category here I think one thing I like about the Gotham is is that it does a lot of awards that I really wish the Oscars would do for example they have the Bingham Ray breakthrough director award and the nominees here are kind of interesting collection of people couple of films I haven't even seen Lord Clermont on Air am I pronouncing that correctly thank you can Jones's here we had him on the show earlier this year Joe Talbot from the last Bachman in San Francisco also on the show Olivia Wilde this year for book smart and films for burning came which is a film I haven't even seen yet which is yeah been released so that this is sort of like in the spirit of the indie spirits meets the Oscars meets the New York film critics are I tend to think of this award show and I think the award selves our health quite early at the end of this year as opposed to early next year and you'll be able to stream them live on the Internet and you'll get to see some of those acceptance speeches that talking about but it does feel a little bit of a lucky to be here kind of award Andre Holland you're nominated for high flying bird and be pretty surprised Andre Holmes nominated for best actor Best Actress Likewise Mary Kay Place for Diana Elisabeth Moss for her smell these are performances that will be on craigslist MHM maybe on your lists I haven't seen her smile yet I need to do that I will do that before the end of the year I'm saying it in public so that will actually happen and probably how do you feel about being in this moment this period of award season where we're like right at the were at the gates worth the Don excited I think you and I kind of went through a marathon in the last week and so we have seen most everything which is great there are a few outstanding films talk about and there are a few on my list that I haven't seen because they were at festivals and haven't really been screening for critics yet but we've seen a majority of things and I definitely just had a week where I just saw elise and I was like wow cinema I was very moved by a lot of films that I saw and so in that sense I feel hopeful and excited and you're like movies are great we have all the movies and then I started trying to make my Oscar predictions and started thinking about all of the politics and like reading from what Academy voters I had to say and it creeping sense of dread also and anger and resentment started creeping in so I would say it's a complex emotional time for me personally how are you feeling I have the same exact feeling as you and it's for that reason that we have decided at the back half of this show to make predictions make bold reckless quite likely very stupid predict predictions because as you said we've seen almost everything last week you and I got a chance to see the Irishman let me just tell you the Irishman is good. You should see the Irishman you had a chance to see marriage three yes we had a chance to see knives out which I don't think we'll be a part of the awards conversation but which was fantastic it lived up to my hopes and dreams have been screaming about it on a podcast for two months so those to receive we see something else we saw little women little women of course of course little women so all of these movies have now been put in front of us let here's here's a very short list of the movies that neither of us have seen thus more because we've done a pretty good job of doing our homework to this moment but so far we still haven't seen nineteen seventeen seventy four one film we haven't ritual Clint Eastwood's portrait of the man who was accused of the Atlanta Olympics bombing we haven't seen cats it's fine that you put this on this sliced by Mattia cats cats come in cat season is nearly upon us we haven't seen dark waters which I think is going to start screening this week we've not seen star wars episode nine the rise of Skywalker uh-huh I did read a bit of box office prognostication about episode nine today it was kind of kind of kind of grim interesting it was like this will is on track to be the lowest grossing of the sued thus far on its opening weekend maybe it's because everybody knows what's GonNa Happen I read some fan fiction or not some fan fiction no like can we just used to lead them into it yeah I read some fan fiction you know what I read some predictions based on nothing speculation is what I read about Star Wars that was essentially conviction and I got really upset about it I told you about this already we had this conversation with no let's not do that yeah but I don't know it people I it seems like people are interested in what happens I'm interested in what happens was the was it that ray is a rookie was it no it's Ray in Cairo and fuck just like the weight again pure speculation but let me go on record saying I do not want this as the really casual star wars fan who does can't remember the title of Episode Nine Not for me it's not what you want the only other movie I can think of that we haven't seen that is going to be competing this year barring maybe you're frozen to in the atom akara categories clemency which is Alfred movie that premiered at Sundance and has gotten reviews and I it was pointed out to me that there to death row movies this year with just mercy and clemency which is kind of interesting but that's only six movies between the two of US we've done a nice job hopefully we'll have a peaceful December probably not as we go through all of our takes which of these sixty think is most likely to to mess up the the narrative is we're going to break down later in the show I have on the document that I made I have one thousand nine hundred seventeen written several different times with like twenty question marks it was I just I don't know what to do with it. It is obviously a world war one epic with really athletic filmmaker gang directed by Salmon News which is Oscar Bait shot by Roger Deakins which is how you know it really is and they haven't they're releasing the behind the scenes rich of him just like running and trenches they're really leaning into we worked really hard to make us you know and it's a very showy style of directing yes their narrative is the effort yes which is an interesting thing we hear a different version of that with someone like Joaquin Phoenix and his performance in the joker we heard all about how he lost fifty pounds and he contorted his body and he I mean this physical transformation this is the full-scale movie version right of what sacrifices were made to achieve something yes and it's so funny because the the movie is not out for still another three months but I think that's really smart and the reason I have twenty question marks is because is it too late in the Oscar season to kind of really breakthrough because the people haven't seen it and the Oscars season is like a full months earlier this year and then was your so we're in a really crunched situation I think we have learned time and time again that it is harder the later you get in the season more crowded it is it's harder to get people invested in your movie you've just created a wonderful segue for our next segment let's go to stock stock down if it goes bust you can make ten to one twenty

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Photo Missing From Buckingham Palace Table

Colleen and Bradley

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Photo Missing From Buckingham Palace Table

"British tabloids are claiming maybe possibly that queen Elisabeth appears to have removed a framed photo of prince Harry and Megan Markel from her house amid escalating feuding in the royal household her house being Buckingham Palace by the way so eagle eyed ropewalk watchers noted that a silver framed photo of the couple probably on display in the palace in July was noted noticeably absent from the same room yesterday however none of the other photos around on the small table in the queen's audience room appear to have budged vanishing photo comes after he admitted to to a rift with his brother the future king prince William telling a documentary that they were on quote different

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Meghan McCain is reportedly considering leaving 'The View': 'Not worth the emotional toll'

Colleen and Bradley

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Meghan McCain is reportedly considering leaving 'The View': 'Not worth the emotional toll'

"Reporter that Meghan McCain is gonna leave the view that's what the daily beast says that she might turn down an offer to appear on the talk shows twenty third season in September they cannot keep that conservative see all in one and I we were kind of talking about this it seems like every time they get somebody in it's usually kind of somebody what somebody younger than joy Behar for sure enjoy their hardest she's that woman does not hold back now she doesn't care he doesn't care about you know and you know is it part of me wants to say like okay soften your edges a little bit joy like quit doing that like quick I am all but that's who she is in and so knowing that when you take that role on on that show you got a really figure out how you're going to manage that a friend says it's getting to the point where it's not worth the emotional toll every week if she doesn't stay the view she will find other working out there is a lot of criticism of Meghan McCain on that show and I understand it because before on my kitchen was imploded I would watch the view on occasion because I would have the TV on but I just the hard thing about her is that everything comes back to John McCain yes and listen John McCain I mean American hero in the in service to our country so wonderful but the problem is that everything she says it's like she counters it on John McCain who is now dead and you can't argue with ray John McCain I mean it's like putting everything in the name of Jesus Christ I mean honestly at the on the other hand she is in that spot where if you were the only conservative voice on that show and you were just fired out all the time I mean I can't even imagine the exhaustion it's a hard road to travel for her and what that's about it that every day is that's a valuable role and he needs to be filled and you know you all know I I do have a little bit of empathy for her because that clearly is her way of that is the method that she has built for herself to try to kind of hold off some of the criticism from the people who are sitting around the table with our yeah walls like her reacted can't criticize me because a ring up bring up my dad dad thought it right you know you sort of see that as a defense I I listen I just have a ton of empathy for her even though I don't like love her at all yeah I just think it's got to be really hard to be the person in that position it's just not surprising that people in that conservative position crack like look at like Elisabeth Hasselbeck they like it just crash I would say you know boring you with the view why is it always just one person why can't jointly place joy or I mean why can't they have even Steven why is it for re liberal views on one conservative view now that doesn't sound like libertarians honest to Pete why are they

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Rockstar Movies - The Genre of the Moment

The Big Picture

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Rockstar Movies - The Genre of the Moment

"First we're going to talk about other rockstar films joined today by my ringer colleague. And really one of the best writers about Rockstars in the world Lindsay's all Lindsey. Hey, how's it going? I'm doing really well. Thank you for joining me. You know Lindsey right before we started taping the show we were talking about what makes a kind of rockstar movie successful. And you know, there are two different kinds of movies. Like this her smell falls into the completely fictionalized. But inspire. By category, where the characters in it exists in a realm that seems familiar, but isn't real Becky something seems like Courtney love, but she is not Courtney love. And then of course, there's the bohemian rhapsody ask bio pic version that, you know, attempts to tell the truth and often is more false than the movie that is completely fictionalized for you, which makes us successful rockstar movie in which of those do you prefer. I tend to prefer the ones that are creating this whole other world that doesn't exactly exist in in the actual music universe answer, the non bio-pic ones, which are these movies that have come out in the past year that all kind of fall into that category. Pretty much all are those sorts of movies. But those tend to be my favorites. Yeah. Why do you think? So right now, we're in this moment, and you writing a piece about this on the site this week where teen spirit is being released this week. It's maximum galas story of popstar pile fanning. A star is born last October. The one. Her smell. No, I don't wanna quit backs. Lux Brady Corbett portrait of a pop star in the aftermath of nine eleven starring Natalie Portman. The aforementioned bohemian rhapsody wire all of these movies happening right now. Do you think I really don't know? I mean, one really interesting parallel that I put it out to you earlier is that each of those movies, I guess with the exception of her smell sort of are directed by male actors like people that we primarily identifies actors before directors. So that that is just interesting to me in general of of people like they seem to be wanting to say something about performance and stardom, but through the proxy of generally younger or more famous woman, and that's just a very strange parallel that I'm not sure what's going on there. But I think there's a sense right now with social media that sort of anyone can become a pop star. I mean, we. To crossover into the music field week. I will not ex- right now who this viral star who just has the number one song in America overnight sensation because he was able to use social media into becoming famous. So I think there's this sense right now that pop stardom is easier to achieve and and that if you have a certain idea or machinery behind you that you can just not your fingers and become a pop star. I do not think it's that easy. And that's the issue. I have with some of these movies and the way that they conceive of twenty-first-century pop cultural stardom, but I do think there's that sense that if anyone can become a pop star on the internet, then so can Natalie Portman are we can imagine her in that role or L fanning or something like that? There's this almost anyone can do it notion in the air right now that I think is contributing something to this. You know, we're gonna talk about some of our favorite. Versions of these kinds of movies. I think we should say that for the most part the bio pic more so than the original story tends to be more successful and the massive success of bohemian rhapsody, which is I would say an abnormality. But also indicative of kind of where music movies may be going. I think sets aside the fact that like there's something kind of dull and bland and Oscar is about the bio pic in the original story. I feel like creates a whole new world of creation for us. You know, what are some of your favorites from that John rea-? I mean, I have a very long. A couple. Yeah. The first one will I kinda was thinking in terms of these movies that have come out recently almost each of them. I sort of had in mind, oh, I like X movie from the past better, and in thinking of vox lox, I was comparing it a lot to Todd Haynes velvet goldmine.

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Salaries of TV’s Top Stars Revealed

Mark Levin

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Salaries of TV’s Top Stars Revealed

"To variety, Reese, Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston are each making one point one million dollars per episode for their untitled morning show drama, which is being produced by apple Javier, Bardem, leased pack, though with the one point two million dollars per episode for an upcoming untitled drama for Amazon other big time, murders included Elisabeth moss from Handmaid's tale. Julia Roberts for homecoming. And Steve Carell for an untitled

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"elisabeth" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"elisabeth" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Elisabeth Moore better known as pink that is silver with chilly in the morning. Ninety seven point one wash up from his on Hollywood for our showbiz buzz. What do we need to know today? Justin Bieber and Haley Baldwin. Yeah. They might be married already. We've been wondering this ever since last month when they were rumored to be married. He reportedly called Haley his wife while they were at a museum in Canada over the weekend. And a lot of sources are saying. Yeah, they got hitched the day. They got that marriage license in New York City last month. DMZ says they had no pre-nup they've been engaged since July. I guess they're going to wait for some sort of a ceremony to make it public. Public public official some big acts are lining up for a protest concert at the supreme court tomorrow. It's being staged to show opposition to you Brett Kavanagh's nomination Alicia Keys. Erica Badu, Michael Stipe, Michael Stipe of r EM. Yeah. They're just some of the ones who are going to be appearing at the concert. He's been. Gone for a minute. Yeah. Can it just be just a concert? Can we get rid of the word protests? And can we just go down there? And have a good time. Rockin Michael Stipe? They're not there for just a good time. Get ready for some big reputation because Taylor swift is going to be opening up. This year's American music awards along the first time she's performing at an award ceremony. In three years Taylor is also up for four AMA's, including artists of the year. And that'll take place October ninth on ABC means he's gonna win. Right. She's going to win at least one of the four. She's got to win ruby rose has been named the most dangerous celebrity on the internet by a cybersecurity firm. She's an actress from orange is the new black, and she generates links to more potentially malicious website than searches for any other celebrity now last year after LeVine was number one. She was the dangerous went to search for and most fans of scotch. They know there are very different versions of Johnny Walker all with different colors now. Get ready for Johnnie Walker. White Walker if you're a fan of game of thrones. Yes that white Walker. The limited edition white Walker whisky is blended from two single malt scotch is and it's meant to be served freezing cold, and when you put this bottle in the freezer, the white and blue ink on the bottle glows just like the eyes of the zombie monsters on the game of thrones known as the white walkers. That is so cool for the game of thrones fan who already has everything. Now perfect perfect gift. Johnnie walker. White Walker just in time for the holidays. Seriously. I'm gonna get one for my husband. I can only.

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Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox Finalize Their Divorce 2 Years After Splitting

Colleen and Bradley

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox Finalize Their Divorce 2 Years After Splitting

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Jordan Peele reveals title of next film; Lupita Nyong’o, Elisabeth Moss eyed to star

/Film Daily

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Jordan Peele reveals title of next film; Lupita Nyong’o, Elisabeth Moss eyed to star

"Bit of good news and that is that jordan peele has announced his new horror movie us this is his follow up for the f and tastic get out chris you're super excited about this what do we know yes someone say i'm too excited about this but this this news broke last night and i was over the moon about it because i'm a huge fan of get out and i'm a huge fan of just horror genre in general and i love the idea that jordan peele is sticking with that genre so yeah last night jordan peele tweeted out a teaser poster for his film the tagline says a new nightmare from the mind of the academy award winner jordan peele it's called us and lupita yongbo elizabeth moss and winston duke are all in talks to star in the film details are really they're not really any details about what it's about all we know is that it's it's about two couples one white one black that's pretty much all we know about it in the past and peel has said he intends to stick with the harsh honora and that's really it we know it's har movie we know who's probably going to be in it we know jordan peele is making it and we know it will be out in march two thousand nineteen and really that's enough for me to get very excited that's really all i didn't know to get excited about this movie and it seems that the two couples it seems like he's still sticking to you know probably saying something larger than it just a horror movie about the social political climate of today i assume and it's also in the l sorry i remember in the aftermath of out he said he was planning to do a series of social horror movie so it's probably along the same lines and it's cool that we could get to see a black panther reunion with this movie.

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