12 Burst results for "Elizabeth Marvel"

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the three hundred ninety third episode awards chatter. Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is one of the greatest character actors in show business in fact according to two thousand and twenty one industry wide survey conducted by new york magazine. He is the greatest character. Actor currently working a throwback to omnipresent chameleons from hollywood's golden age like thomas mitchell or ward bond. The new york times described him in two thousand seven as quote an everyman with the face and physique that would fit on a barstool in any working man's bar in america close quote while men's journal in two thousand eighteen called him quote hollywood's most valuable supporting actor close quote noting quote over the last decade. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone in hollywood who's been on strong run close quote. That run included. Tony nominated performance in the crucible. An emmy nominated turn in the night of appearances in five films that went on to receive best picture oscar. Nominations lincoln twelve years a slave which one birdman which also one vice and joker and most recently unforgettable work as mr shabelle janitor who mentors a young orphan who turns out to be a chess prodigy in the smash hit. Netflix limited series. The queen's gambit no less than authority in the pulitzer prize winning playwright. Tony kushner once said quote. There's no actor. I'm aware of who's his superior. He has a very deep soul. He seems to have lived many many lifetimes. Close quote the man in question. The great bill camp over the course of our conversation. The fifty six year old and i discussed circuitous journey to acting by way of the scene shop at the university of vermont. How he was changed by his time at juilliard not least by meeting the woman who would become his wife a great character actress in her own. Right elizabeth marvel why after years of distinguished work on the new york stage. He quit acting for two years and why he ultimately decided to return to it how he explains his incredible run of work in the year sense on the stage and screens big and small plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go to.

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"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the three hundred ninety third episode awards chatter. Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is one of the greatest character actors in show business in fact according to two thousand twenty. One industry wide survey conducted by new york magazine. He is the greatest character. Actor currently working a throwback to omnipresent chameleons from hollywood's golden age like thomas mitchell or ward bond. The new york times described him in two thousand seven as quote an everyman with the face and physique that would fit on a barstool in any working man's bar in america close quote while men's journal in two thousand eighteen called him quote hollywood's most valuable supporting actor close quote noting quote over the last decade. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone in hollywood who's been on strong run close quote. That run included. Tony nominated performance in the crucible. An emmy nominated turn in the night of appearances in five films that went on to receive best picture oscar. Nominations lincoln twelve years a slave which one birdman which also one vice and joker and most recently unforgettable work as mr shabelle janitor who mentors a young orphan who turns out to be a chess prodigy in the smash hit. Netflix limited series. The queen's gambit no less than authority in the pulitzer prize winning playwright. Tony kushner once said quote. There's no actor. I'm aware of who's his superior. He has a very deep soul. He seems to have lived many many lifetimes. Close quote the man in question. The great bill camp over the course of our conversation. The fifty six year old and i discussed circuitous journey to acting by way of the scene shop at the university of vermont. How he was changed by his time at juilliard not least by meeting the woman who would become his wife a great character actress in her own. Right elizabeth marvel why after years of distinguished work on the new york stage. He quit acting for two years and why he ultimately decided to return to it how he explains his incredible run of work in the year sense on the stage and screens big and small plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go to.

Tony kushner scott feinberg two years thomas mitchell twelve years five films Netflix america elizabeth marvel Today two thousand one emmy Tony fifty six year old hundred ninety One industry one birdman three ward bond
"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Do something here I have been intending to discuss for and it keeps getting pushed aside S. stories with a higher price already continue to surface we had a morning update on this earlier this week and I think it entered on Tuesday or Wednesday well here's the upshot of the story and it's I think it is a microcosm it is an indication of a whole lot of similar things that are taking place out there Elizabeth Bartholet Elizabeth Bartlett B. A. R. T. H. O. L. ET she might pronounce it bars away when she's hanging around with John Kerry but her name is Elizabeth Marvel at she's a law professor at Harvard not only is she a law professor at Harvard she is the faculty director of Harvard's child advocacy program and she is not happy she is not happy with the stay at home order but for a reason you would not figure out on your well you might actually professor Martha lad decided to weigh in on the coronavirus in an article for Harvard magazine she is a war read day about your children being home schooled by you'll parents she is worried about your children being forced into a locked down with their parents with you all day every day this is all on the acceptable to Elizabeth Bartholet I'm harbor child advocacy program this is a huge huge problem that parents have this kind of access to their children and thus have this kind of access to their education professor Bartholet says that the question is whether parents should have twenty four seven you sensually authoritarian control over their children from age zero to eighteen I want you to try to think back it is ask yourself if you are one of these people who have reacted very very angrily at me over the years when I have said that postulated that one of the real reasons behind day care was to get your kids out of your house and to place them in locations where governments educators would have access to the many propaganda opportunities number fifty rash Cobb live dead soul over the top people have to pharmacare job takes two incomes to survive today this goes back a long time and I've said I'm just telling you that you you need to be very very wary of this one here comes evidence here comes at the last thing this of all the things going on Elizabeth Bartlett is hard at Harvard is worried that you'll have authoritarian control over your own kids from the time they are born until they're eighteen she says in her view that that is dangerous it is and I'm quoting her now dangerous to put powerful people in charge of the powerless what the hell is turning on Lucent school about if the teachers and the administrators are not authoritarians and if the students are not powerless I don't know what definition of power and powerless but to say that that is the equivalent circumstance of a family living together in their own home that is the powerful in charge of the powerless she said it is dangerous to give those powerful people parents total authority over powerless people she doesn't see a family living in your house she said it is I'm not see mom and dad and a bunch of prisoners better than kids and the non see mom and dad are the problem and the kids the prisoners have to be rescued from the authoritarian who love their kids I mean of course there are except except everyday but parents love their kids what really has are worried is home schooling they are really worried that all of this is going to unwind and on arrival the indoctrination that has been well under way in the public school system and all the way up to the upper levels of academia you know your parents and I am not making a word of this up this again is who these people are this is classic definition of liberalism your incompetent your even capable you are a power mad there's no check or balance you might teach your kids something that Elizabeth Bartholet disapproves up you might teach your kids something Elizabeth Bartholet will now have to try that will raise from their minds you dictator like parents have too much power too much on the challenge the forty over your poor parents as kids you are dangerous you're more dangerous than the corona virus this woman is upset at the lockdown because it's giving parents on a little limited time with their own children now I'm not exaggerating any of this is not a satire piece it doesn't appear and he paid her ready website this is a a Harvard magazine the value here fox take the in this specific instance is is what it is the value here is the continuation of my thirty plus year quest to educate people about liberalism socialism communism and why there is an ongoing and ever present requirement to reject it instinctively liberalism needs to be rejected instinctively find out somebody as a liberal you'll have to conclude they are dangerous they're wrong they engage in deceit by definition they have to so what's more dangerous for America corona virus parents staying home with their children or the steam to credential the Harvard professor and child advocate worried about all the time you would not see parents have with your prisoner kids I'm they tell us who they are if we will just stop and listen now that that mother controversy that's sprung up out there that that is it happens I don't know at least once a week the drive by media is attempting to persuade and convince people that Donald Trump told people to drink Drano at the White House press briefing yesterday Donald Trump told people to go out and get a syringe and inject Clorox in their arms and that this could be dangerous Donald Trump is killing people now in the White House press briefing there was a report of a Washington post the briefing of eight running guy out explained what temperature and humidity due to the corona virus when is exposed to them and the conclusion why is that high humidity and high temperature exactly what trump told us back in February by the way and exactly what the medical people told us that the virus has a tough time surviving you're not high temperatures this is outside high temperatures and high humidity high humidity being defined as anything over forty percent now to Austin Florida forty percent like no humidity but forty percent for these purposes is considered moderate moderate humidity virus has a tough time surviving the truck was talking about this in this guide the Washington post you think I'm a responsible for you you don't people those are not equal standing outside of the song I mean we're in the middle of a lock down your throat and and and trump he's got he gets he's laughing and throws his arm now now look at them now the next door is going to be trump urges people to break lock down go outside and die if anybody you know that this whole idea that the drive by me he can't let go of the fact that what ever in the conservative Republicans as is killing people go all the way back to nineteen ninety five budget battle Republicans starving kids with the school lunch cuts there weren't any lunch cut to the school program school lunch program you know you can't watch mainstream media for ten minutes without hearing about how some conservative or some network had somebody wanted said something that a bunch of Dofus dons Americans listen to another dying Peter is telling people not to worry about corona virus quoting the esteemed Dr foundry nothing to see here nothing to worry about now the way the way that the doctor does not G. and the scarf queen Anne pelo see another you know how they're being let out of their statement well in Chinese lined with the Chinese they were they were only repeating with the Chinese and the Chinese are there was nothing to fear here nothing to worry about that's how pelo C. and doctor about G. and the scarf queen that's how they're being let off the hook but trump Republicans and conservatives are not being given that benefit.

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We have intelligent Americans who are going to make decisions based on their own self interest and we have a governor who is relaxing some of these stringent state all requirements and he will tell you I've got health experts I have my own I've got that data that they have given me I've got my economic experts and I can tell you my state is being wiped out what we we we have to do something here and he's he's making it clear that he's not some random off the shelf a role just doing this because he has the power to do it yeah we need it we need for people to learn that they can go about their lives and that they're not gonna die right now we have we have no counterweight to that allegation that everybody who gets this virus dies from and this is among many of the purposefully planted morsels of disinformation and misinformation about the about the virus I tell you I I I I I look at it what's happened here and it is just my my intelligence guided by experience is being really tested here really really test I got to be I can be very very careful about this anyway fox it's great to have you open line Friday means that you can talk about that that interest you whether it interests me or not now the odds of what you're wanting to talk about not interestingly very low because I want to I'm interested by a lot of things so but the point is Monday through Thursday you have to talk about things I care about so that I don't get bored can't have the host slash star of the show being bored it wouldn't work but on Friday we take a risk and even if you if you want to talk about things I don't care about I will act like I do I can push through for one day and it's plus it's a it's a way to find out what's on your mind aside from all of this so eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two and L. rush one D. I. B. that dot US let me need to do something here I have been intending to discuss for a couple of days and it keeps getting pushed aside as stories with a higher price already continue to surface we did a morning update on this earlier this week I think it entered on Tuesday or Wednesday but here's the upshot of the story and it's I think it is a microcosm it is an indication of a whole lot of similar things that are taking place out there Elizabeth Bartholet Elizabeth Bartlett B. A. R. T. H. O. L. ET she might pronounce it bars away when she's hanging around with John Kerry but her name is Elizabeth Marvel at she's a law professor at Harvard not only is she a law professor at Harvard she is the faculty director of Harvard's child advocacy program and she is not happy she is not happy with the stay at home order but for a reason you would not figure out on your well you might actually professor Martha lad decided to weigh in on the coronavirus in an article for Harvard magazine she is worried day about your children being home schooled by you'll parents she is worried about your children being forced into a lockdown with their parents with you all day every day this is all on the acceptable to Elizabeth Bartholet of Harvard's child advocacy program this is a huge huge problem that parents have this kind of access to their children and the US have this kind of access to their education professor Bartholet says that the question is whether parents should have twenty four seven east centrally authoritarian control over their children from age zero to eighteen I want you to try to think back it is ask yourself if you are one of these people who have reacted very very angrily at me over the years when I have said that postulated that one of the real reasons behind day care was to get your kids out of your house and to place them in locations where governments educators would have access to the.

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Committing suicide today or Monday we have intelligent Americans we're going to make decisions based on their own self interest and we have a governor who is relaxing some of these stringent state all requirements and he will tell you I've got health experts I have my own I've got the data that they have given me I've got my economic experts and I can tell you my state is being wiped out what what where we we we have to do something here and he's he's making it clear that he's not some random off the shelf role you just doing this because he has the power to do it yeah we need we need for people to learn that they can go about their lives and that they're not going to die right now we have we have no counterweight to that allegation that everybody who gets this virus dies from and this is among the many of the purposefully planted morsels of this information and misinformation about the about the virus I tell ya I I I I look at it what's happened here and it is just miei my intelligence guided by experience is being tested here really really test I got to be I have a very very careful about this anyway fox it's great to have you open line Friday means that you can talk about that that interests you whether it interests me or not now the odds of what you're wanting to talk about not interesting we are very low because I want to I'm interested by a lot of things so but the point is Monday through Thursday you have to talk about things I care about so that I don't get bored can't have the host slash star of the show being bored it wouldn't work but on Friday we take a risk and even if you if you want to talk about things I don't care about I will act like I do I can push through for one day and it's plus it's a it's a way to find out what's on your mind aside from all of this so eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two and L. rushed one D. I. B. that dot US let me need to do something here I have been intending to discuss for a couple of days and it keeps getting pushed aside S. stories with a higher price already continue to surface we get a morning update on this earlier this week and I think you've entered on Tuesday or Wednesday here's the upshot of the story and it's I think it is a microcosm it is an indication of a whole lot of similar things that are taking place out there Elizabeth Bartholet Elizabeth Bartlett B. A. R. T. H. O. L. ET she might pronounce it bars away when she's hanging around with John Kerry but her name is Elizabeth Marvel at she's a law professor at Harvard not only is she a law professor at Harvard she is the faculty director of Harvard's child advocacy program and she is not happy she is not happy with the stay at home order but for a reason you would not figure out on your well you might actually professor Martha lad decided to weigh in on the corona virus in an article for Harvard magazine she is a war raid day about your children being home schooled by you'll parents she is worried about your children being forced into a locked down with their parents with you all day every day this is all acceptable to Elizabeth Bartholet of Harvard's child advocacy program this is a huge huge problem that parents have this kind of access to their children and thus have this kind of access to their education professor Bartholet says that the question is whether parents should have twenty four seven east centrally authoritarian control over their children from age zero to eighteen I want you to try to think back it is ask yourself if you are one of these people who have reacted very very angrily at me over the years when I have said that postulated that one of the real reasons behind day care was to get your kids out of your house and the place them in locations where government educators would have access to them many propaganda.

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Monday we have intelligent Americans we're going to make decisions based on their own self interest and we have a governor who is relaxing some of these stringent state all requirements and he will tell you I've got health experts I have my own I've got the data that they have given me I've got my economic experts and I can tell you my state is being wiped out what what we're we we we have to do something here and he's he's making it clear that he's not some random off the shelf a role you just doing this because he has the power to do it yeah we need we need for people to learn that they can go about their lives and that they're not going to die right now we have we have no counterweight to that allegation that everybody who gets this virus dies from and this is among the many of the purposefully planted morsels of disinformation and misinformation about the about the virus I tell ya I I I I look at it what's happened here and it is just miei my intelligence guided by experience is being really tested here really really test I got to be I can be very very careful about this anyway fox it's great to have you open line Friday means that you can talk about that that interests you whether it interests me or not now the odds of what you wanting to talk about not interesting they're very low because I want to I'm interested by a lot of things so but the point is Monday through Thursday you have to throw up talk about things I care about so that I don't get bored can't have the host slash star of the show being bored it wouldn't work but on Friday we take a risk and even if you if you want to talk about things I don't care about I will act like I do I can push through for one day and it's plus it's a it's a way to find out what's on your mind aside from all of this so eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two and L. rush FOR D. I. B. that dot U. S. let me need to do something here I have been intending to discuss for a couple of days and it keeps getting pushed aside S. stories with a higher price already continue to surface we get a morning update on this earlier this week and I think it is aired on Tuesday or Wednesday here is the upshot of the story and it's I think it is a microcosm it is an indication of our whole lot of similar things that are taking place out there Elizabeth Bartholet Elizabeth Bartlett B. A. R. T. H. O. L. ET she might pronounce and bars away when she's hanging around with John Kerry but her name is Elizabeth Marvel at she's a law professor at Harvard not only is she a law professor at Harvard she is the faculty director of Harvard's child advocacy program and she is not happy she is not happy with the stay at home order but for a reason you would not figure out on your well you might actually professor Martha lad decided to weigh in on the corona virus in an article for Harvard magazine she is a war read day about your children being home schooled by you'll parents she is worried about your children being forced into a locked down with their parents with you all day every day this is all on the acceptable to Elizabeth Bartholet of harbor child advocacy program this is a huge huge problem that parents have this kind of access to their children and thus have this kind of access to their education professor Bartholet says that the question is whether parents should have twenty four seven east centrally authoritarian control over their children from age zero to eighteen I want you to try to think back it is ask yourself if you are one of these people who have reacted very very angrily at me over the years when I have said that postulated that one of the real reasons behind day care was to get your kids out of your house and to place them in locations where government educators would have access to them.

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And she begins to tell the story and then she's quickly interrupted which Haley Bennett does so amazingly that close up it's just like incredible and so you know during my time as Emma you know one of things I realized is that the way that the world looks at female identified people as in this very controlling way even just walking on the street or in a conversation there's this constant attempts to sort of contain control and sort of marginalized I think that happens and if you're it raises a man you don't know we see how baked into the cake of society sexism it so I got to see a little bit of that when I was younger what's the role of of wealth and class in this movie do you think well I think you know hunter and it is absorbed into this world she comes from a working class background you don't first realized that's right and so I think that you know it's reflecting this concept that were sold in magazines all the time can dream ideal this wealthy white you know ruling class that we should that's it in these advertisements are telling us we should always strive means right yeah this is and once she gets into that world she sees how corporate malignant every commodity it is tie she is as well how she it's communicated that she is when she gets pregnant she's meant to be this you know fertile goddess that will bear their you know future their era their air and that's a very hard place to be and I think that yeah that's the expectation and gender expectation that is unfair and you know that you can't be working mother you know I'm I I was pregnant when I took this role on how I found out that I was pregnant as I was filming and you know people I think are so often put into a box and you have to kind of apply here put fear following these rules and you know once lace comes onto the scene it's just absolutely disturbing and terrifying but you know in the hunter has the sign what's he doing here I'm not a senior citizen because this is someone that looked after the group that their grandmother he's a keeper kind of keeper yeah and yeah because well they are comfortable and that it is not you know creates it even more rebellion what impact of being pregnant have on the on the way you play the role of hello well mostly I was just thinking because I'm in a good mood tires that's the hard part was just mostly trying to ignore it ignore this this fact although you know it's interesting to be on the verge of motherhood as hunter is on the verge of motherhood and also just being so grateful that I was wasn't in this kind of situation that I was with Anna incredibly loving and supportive relationship I I felt really grateful we've been having a debate my producer and I about rich's mother she's fantastic was with Marvel she she's severance sober in homeland is she really concerned about hunter or is she just really concerned about her family what do you think there's a duality I think that's that's interesting is that there's this sort of duality really all these characters she has placed there by society seemingly yeah she seems like she's the most concerned but is it what the second what is the motivation for her concern was what we were kind of digging into she you know she internals with Marvel beautifully plays this is in an interesting position because in a way she's hard she's sort of been observed absorbed into that patriarchal structure and she's she had she sort of enforcing it as well but she's also being oppressed by it as well because she's also a woman and maybe went through some of the things that hunter went through at a different time in her life so she's walking this interesting line where she sees what's happening with hunter and understands it probably more than anyone else initially but was also trying to contain her and have her fit into the same you know box that she was thinking essentially trying to help her but it's a little bit twisted yeah yeah and that and that line is I think that moment is beautifully captured when Elizabeth Marvel says to us says to you are you happy are you pretending to be happening and then of course we have you know there's so many many of the family members operate in these different in a sort of power structure roles like the father played by David rashes so oblivious Lee oppressive in his control and yeah the name of the film is swallow it is in theaters March sixth Haley Carlos and your rights will be I've see on Friday for the screening I always want to say that actually we're it's being a moderator tune is being moderated by the legendary director Julie Taymor on Friday so people should come out see that and if you know please let everybody know about the movie were very excited it's it's opening Carmella Davis and Haley Bennett and my guess thank you so much for coming to the studio thank you thanks WNYC supporters include the metropolitan museum of art presenting Senegalese musician Baaba mal whose acoustic performance will include stories of his childhood and legends of his homeland Monday March ninth tickets at met museum dot org slash performances the art on paper fair March fifth through eighth at pier thirty six in Manhattan featuring ninety five galleries from around the.

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"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And he's like, what am I going to do? You know, rent a by BNB upstate New York and live there. Like. I guess that's a cliche. And so I was already having a little bit of a sinking feeling. It works in the book. It really, it's lovely, but I had to change it. And the other part of the question was, if I'm understanding correctly is how much. You know, came out the process of working with the actors really diving into it. And I mean, I know socially Elizabeth marvel and Bill camp, they're wonderful actors like to the best age actors alive and tune a ton of work now, TV movies. I love them in the film and I thought they really without a lot of screen time, everyone really lands. I mean, Fillon Elizabeth, I don't think I met them until they came on the set literally on l. at the table read, I met them because I just cast them and they didn't need much. I mean, all the actors really didn't need that much discussing. I I know I would say that editorially it really was in the editing room who to be on win and who to focus on and who's movie is this, you know that Christmas dinner scene was really hard. I wished I'd had more coverage a lot more coverage to capture a lot more. For your wants. But I think it works anyway. I just had one day to do it and it was it was hard, but I don't know. I direct, I tend to direct as we're going along because I've cast really well and I, they know what they're doing. They don't ask that many questions, but I'll go in and tweak them. And you know, this is not supposed to be, you know, just little things like that because they were also good. I thought. Anyone else. Sir. Yeah, the other questions. Why did you reopen the film but the hill? Well. Yeah, I always felt as directors..

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"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"So now i'm mad at david lynch so whatever the academy you don't have to nominate him on my behalf i miss it when david lynch daily weather reports on twitter those original twitter before it was a nightmare i wish we could all go back to that i have the word trump ban a muted on twitter she actually i don't i never see his tweet he tweeted about david lynch did he heated the breitbart breitbart aggregated the original interview and he quoted it and was like just the part where david lynch something like it might turn out that trump is our greatest president or something like that donald trump is a big lynch fan obviously big fan of a racer head in particular that's like that's like both mad that david lynch that that but also mad i mean i know this is not what this podcast is about but like i'm also mad that code is being digging so out of context because what he was saying is that the reason why he might be the greatest because he exposes like the government for the shambles that it is an like how they're all children it was it was an insult really and people are looking out this one part and making it seem like david lynch's just like donald trump might be the greatest president ever is if some sort of like red hat maga like whatever and he's not so i'm a little annoyed that he gave trump that sound bite like just don't give trump soundbites but the same time i'm also annoyed that the coast being taken out of context because of course david lynch donald trump is great like i want i went from to watch wild at heart as a result of this like just to sit just to see what it's all about could change his life okay richard i believe you're up we'll speaking of political horror i don't know if on the last one sticking with this show but i homeland had a really great season this year they finally got it while they got past the brody stuff years ago but they finally got past this sort sort of i mean frankly antimuslim hysteria and sort of paranoid that the show had for so many seasons that justifiably earned it a lot of criticism and now this this most recent year they dealt with maybe more justifiable russian paranoia and very timely stuff like that and claire danes as ever is great and elizabeth marvel as the embattled president is spectacular and so i don't know i the show you know it's it's this long in the tooth people are sort of tired of it it's one plenty of awards that probably doesn't need anything but i think that it is worthy of recognition for season that was messy but also you know sort of eerily not only timely but pre she i mean almost like foretold few things so yeah so i mean that's that's that's good television okay i think i'm gonna take the last spot since we could go on forever i'm going to be going to talk about the crown oh my god i'm so glad you mentioned the kind i don't think you'll have any trouble getting nominated but i we talked about last week but i just really want matthew good to get nominated for playing lord snowdon because he's so good he's such a breath of fresh air and this like kind of stuffy crazy family he's good in everything they had one of those weird careers he's like consistently just pushed in the wrong direction and he's not going to be on the next season which is a bummer so yeah nominate matthew good and then obviously i'm gonna clervoy as told by that that weird for consideration billboard the went viral where it's like this is your last chance to see clarify give her an emmy nomination wow and then we're gonna murder or else clarify as queen elizabeth is one of my favorite roles she was nominated last year but i think that she deserves.

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"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Like a always kind of resents that ben stiller makes the most money and he's not an artist kinda thing and they have a a sister to who's played by the amazing oh what's her name hold on because she's in house of cards to in she's great in in this heard elizabeth marvel and allow upload picture for you second but she's in house of cards she plays their sister and she's kind of this this sad to kind of and monotone she's gray incredible character it's one of my favorite no bombardment bs i think it may be was just because they don't have to leave my house to see it but they do fun things like they're always singing the they sang these songs they made up his kids with their dead like just about the most did you watch it with your most now i watched by myself and they this dustin hoffman when he first shows up he has a bruise over his i got a new dog and the dog chased after something in dustin hoffman fell over and hit his head and he's bruising in in his big joke is you should assume the other dog like he's making dad jokes has done so it's kinda cool because he says you should have seen the other dogs separately to each of his two sons and then the rest of the movie ben stiller like ben stiller uses that same joe it's kind of it's kind of cute in i want to say it's cute in asia it's a sweet let's a slice of life generational fathers sons aspirations woody doyle all right what he dialogue reminds me a lot about a movie by man who i shall not name any more or see any of his yes yes but.

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"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The man's worked rookie four and could do no wrong as far as i'm concerned it's rights hearts indeed on fire i want to robot in this one maybe they should of space they should go to spirits told this franchise needs i will break you space the space race we should quickly took may be about the settlers could tan game shooting being made into a film i think we should okay well let's just mentioned it is being made into a film it's really exciting i'm i'm a huge fan of the board game a regularly build up a wool based empire when playing that came so i'm intrigued to see how they will turn well a board game based on island trading into an exciting film but we'll we'll see i'm glad we took the time talk about this because that is compelling content isn't it it really isn't it adjusts that was good stuff joel chunk affirms rushhour four is happening no jackie back away from the script rushhour four don't do it to yourself man honestly right so we have other gadgets so no bomb back as a director writer director actually of a wonderful movies like francis honda squid in the and margo at the wedding i his latest movie debuts on netflixing tit day i think and it is a cracking film called the merit storied brackets new in selected to greg cast adam sandler ben stiller dustin hoffman elizabeth marvels who northbound back has made a marvel movie everybody i knew he would it was only a matter of time and emma thompson as well stars nece and it's about a a new york family the father dustin hoffman is a temperamental artist and his sons are adam sandler and ben stiller and his daughter is liz bismarck miller lisbeth marvel and it is a series of fin yet in their life and dombak was in this week for the.

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"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"elizabeth marvel" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I guess no abam back as best known for writing and directing the films francis high greenberg and the squid in the well his new film the meyrowitz stories new and selected is a comedy with a lot of real emotional pain it's about the complicated mix of love resentment and anger in a complicated family it revolves around three adult siblings who share a father the older brother and sister i from the father's second marriage the younger brothers from the third marriage the father who is now in his fourth marriage is played by dustin hoffman he's a self absorbs sculptor who believes he's an important artist has never gotten the recognition he deserves he never paid much attention to his first you children danny and gene played by adam sandler in elizabeth marvel but they're the ones who still have close to him in new york and look out for him his youngest son matthew play by ben stiller has moved three thousand miles away to la where he's a successful moneymanager he's flying back to new york to arrange for the sale of his father's house and artwork but he hasn't told us half siblings when his halfbrother finds out about the plan to sow the house he's incensed here's adam sandler as danny with dustin hoffman as his father and emma thompson as his father's fourth wife thinking about selling the house why it's very expensive to keep this place something we're spending more time at the country house now but the country's yard thought thaw was everything is hours selling all the dan why we had a sound oklahma cabrera just crowded into a double play matt set this up tolls a family discussion i think it is.

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