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"ellen burstyn" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"Either that or number one cause of that movie. She couldn't get another role well. She did a series of rules in the eighties where she was not wearing a lot of. Close really showtime movies. That's neither here nor there Variety reports that universals paying four hundred million dollars for the new trilogy follows up on the seventy three original and these are all new stories. You saying their stories. Yup it's it's going to follow her reagan after she is like non possessed and i would assume watch what's going to end up happening is it's going to be like reagan's kid gets possessed who that'll be it. You know or one of the kids gets possessed or the grandmother. Maybe it's maybe it's ellen burstyn gets possessed this time either way the minute they start walking up those stairs backwards and later by. I'm out all morning long. You're watching the scenes you're like oh that's scary. Watch again maybe rewind. It's different when it's like in the morning and it's not at night and right. I told you the story about the exorcist. What my dad did to me. No i will never. I will never go see that movie again. Ever trilogy nothing. We're gonna take a whole pack full of listeners to go see the glean jennifer us. I'll be outside yet side popcorn. Thank you very much in the lobby. All right to lighten that up a little bit. We got a amazing aerobic story. I'm always amazed when a group of bystanders. Lift up a car s. And they save somebody. Yeah this is incredible. We got some more headlines. Maybe some olympic stuff too. It's all next these south florida morning..
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
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"ellen burstyn" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"You know up here and they. Oh no the cast. Would you mean they've cast the mail. And all its allen all gonna play my part just this whole number. I started quoting his reviews for the one of the reviews said hats in the air and he always loved to save at. How are you tonight that we have in the air. He said they said hats in the air and quoting his he was. Oh god i gotta find that. I gotta dig that up. That's gotta be on out there on. Ut's somewhere 'cause it so he he acted so hurt and keep didn't you know how could they do a genius. So funny man. He's he was genius. He was eccentric. Yeah yeah we you seem like you know like even in relation to You know what you said publicly about working with louis who it seems to me that you have a sensitivity from life experience to people that are peculiar or may do bad things but you don't necessarily dismiss them as bad people. I thought that was a very A nice way to handle that. Well my you know he's. He's such a huge talent huge talent and it no he had this Problem he didn't he didn't deal with in a in a proper way. That's terrible but i'm not gonna pretend that he's not a major may cer- talent and a wonderful man in other ways. I mean it takes. It takes a life of experience to bring that kind of empathy to these situations. You know that you know that people are very quick to You know to react differently. Because they don't have necessarily the life experience to kind of get conceptualize like that well. Heart of my spiritual training was to not be judgmental. And i asked my spiritual teacher at the time that said. I don't understand you know somebody of hurts you you you don't wanna be hurt again. You know that. Be judged what they did he said. I didn't say it shouldn't be discerning right. You know the difference being judgmental and discerning right and certainly. I discerned that louis had a problem that he didn't deal with another advocate a more. But i just learned that it was helpful and a problem of very talented an interesting and good man in ways. Yeah get it. yeah. And i i. I just really appreciate that. You know you still like enacting i was. I was something interesting in terms of what i've watched of your recent work in seeing this new movie i there was a little bit of relief in the sense. That like this woman is is sort of a a kind of regular person with very you know You know understandable struggles as somebody who is getting older and doesn't want to give into it whereas i watched The the last movie. I watched u. n. which was pieces of a woman. And then when i think back to the aronovski film requiem for a dream i mean these. Are you know really hard core. Psychologically difficult troubled people in a way so there was part of me was sort of like not only. Do you have an amazing range. But i was sort of relieved in a way that you can have a little fun. Hurt more fun with the but you didn't have more fun with maybe really enjoy like in requiem for a dream. That character is is hard to watch it so intense. It's exhilarating like that. Yeah that sounds. That's like running a really long rakes and getting there and doing my job is playing off. Feels good just feels really good. Yeah i i was happy at the end of every day. Oh yeah. Because i met the challenge right yes yes and Was aronovski great. Work with i've talked to him to he seems like It's hard for me to. He seemed pretty intense. But it like the movies so intense. I can't imagine what it'd be like to be on a set with him. he's very intense. He's very smart. He's also very similar than kind. A loving person scraped to work with again. I felt like may routine these understanding understanding. He has debt. You know great to work with people like that. now it was. I was watching You know the pieces of a woman film and that that was the part. I don't know how like i. I don't know how that movie did. Or how many people saw. But it's a disturbing movie and and your great knit and that's a that's a sort of cold emotional characters is a heavy But i did that. Like i was watching it and i did that. She shot in montreal right. Because they kept saying boston and mike in boston for years. That looks like canada was a nice to be a montreal again since nightclub days. Well when i was in dante in the nightclub i could walk home at night actually at two in the morning but when i was there for pieces of women was cold brain. We didn't go anywhere. Walk outside a lot. As a matter of fact they the hotel. I didn't have a gym. So for exercise i walked the length of the floor. I lived on all the way to the stairway went down when stare and then walked away. The lengthy and i went all. I lived on the eighth floor and i walked all the way down to the bottom and then i turn around and came that i was workout. That was my work. Yeah and did you enjoy doing that film. Well i did because again. It was wonderful people. Vanessa kirby is just such a again after crazy right. Wow that's good. She's so good and she's such a dear person. I love her and super writer and director. Content cornell's i loved working with it was just a it was a good experience as difficult as it was. It was a good experience in the new movie like. Did you have a relationship with an margaret. Did you know her from back. In the day we've worked together but for yeah now. She says three films. But i can only think of two so but i've been working for over sixty years a lot films in. She can't imagine what that first one was. I've got to ask her next time. We're inch twice in a lifetime together. She's stole gene hackman. From its. I recall he was my husband. Likes saint sheikh. As i recall so we didn't really have seen together if students with. Yeah yeah my husband. How greatest gene hackman totally totally right now. You could just watch him do anything. i miss. i miss seeing him and everything. Well you know he doesn't really like acting i. No i guess. He's up in santa fe book or something painting oh painting. He's a painter. He never liked acting or he just he just didn't wanna do it anymore. I didn't have in conversation with him. But i understand from what i hear that that he he doesn't really like it doesn't like doing it but he's so good is so good and you know here's an example of how he's good he in the movie. He's my when he broke up with me to go with him and when he tells me that he's leaving me he he took off. His ring is wedding. When i saw that for some reason it just broke my heart. yeah. I've watched him do that. And.
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Enlightening nourishing a process to go through. I recommend anybody. I just watched a harry tanto again recently. That's it like a sweet movie. Why did you watch that in particular. I don't know man. I think it was because you know. I at some weird moments during quarantine where you're like thinking about things and i watched a lot of old movies. I watched you in the extra watched. Alice doesn't live here anymore. But i watch for some reason. I was curious about art. Carney and i wanted to see art carney. I wanted to see that movie again but you know art. Connie i knew each other from the jackie gleason show. Did you know i was on the jackie. Gleason i did. I didn't know exactly how long or what you did there. Or how long that went on for. I was one of the girls. Okay and So i was on for a year and it was live every saturday so i spent my saturdays in the theater. With jackie. gleason art carney and all these great comedians. Who would come in. And and take part in the show. Because jackie wouldn't appear until showtime actually dress rehearsal. But it wouldn't do the dress. He would watch it. Feminists dressing room and then he would do it. Live without having hurts which saw names that it would be. God knows anything and wonderful. yeah So when they were timing for the dress rehearsal for his standup spot which is a five minute spot. They would have some other comedian like jackie. Leonard right men and and do his five minute spot right so i got to sit in the audience and see all these great. Comedians do jackie's five win a spot. So as one of the best training in in comedy. Who do you remember seeing. That was just unbelievable. Jackie leonard for one. Own and jack carter. Oh yeah jack carter and carson three attack. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah but the thing. Is that art. Carney and i you know we go on trips with jackie for some kind of charity via parade in boston and would be an and convertibles waving of the people on the street so when so i'm in harry and tanto art. Carney wins the oscar this same year. I've won for. Alice does nip here anymore. But i'm i don't go because i'm on broadway and same time next year when i came into the theater the next night. The doorman says i'm holding call for you. He hands me the phone on the wall. It was jackie. Gleason says well. The alumni lead predict good last night. One of my favorite him was he. He's a a kind of I can't imagine what it would have been like to known him at that time because he was so hilarious. It's such a huge personality. It was an amazing curse system. Is you know we'd go bowling. Hit take all the girls bowling and the other true people on the show and he just was a riot. I mean i never. I didn't know from bullet. And the first time i hold. I gotta strike spare at a strike and the guy on our team who. I don't remember who. It was called down several lanes to where jackie is and it says she just got a strike insperity strike and she'd never bowled before and jackie says okay. That's yet we're we're going to focus all up diller funny so when you did. That was doesn't live here anymore. Like how you were offered to direct that. Is that what i read. Well yeah it was marty Think shows well how did that negotiation take place. So how did you get that offer. What was the story behind alice. I was shooting a The dailies were going back. We we were in new york. Dailies were going to hollywood. Where john kelly the head of warner brothers and he was looking at the dailies he called my age. Said we'd like to do another picture with burston. So they started. Sending may all the scripts that they had that they owned and the parts. Were billy boring. They the old fashioned idea what a woman is right. a loyal. Life's a hooker with a heart of gold a victim who gets raped to And they didn't interest man. I said i don't want to do any of this. This was the beginning of the women's movement. And i said i wanna do the character. That's like women. I know so i. My agent found the script for alice. Send it to me. I liked it. I sent it to them. I said okay. We'll do it. Would you want to directed. And i said somebody new and exciting. I didn't know who who that was. I called frances coppola. And i said who's new and exciting in. He said look at a movie called main streets and i looked at main streets which hadn't been released you and i asked to meet mardi and he came into the office burner brotherston. I said i wanna do this. Movie from a woman's point of view. But do you know about women. He's he's he said nothing. I'd like to learn and i just thought that was brilliant higher Cod i mean. He's turned out to be the master of cinema just love and respect him so much. So there's nobody like him such an active brain that guy. Oh god it's on fire. He's going it's like so much going on up there. And and his i you know the way he sees his vision so i'm just really grateful and did you. Did you find that he did listen to you and learn about women on that shoot did how did he defer to you a lot in terms of the character and where to go i i wouldn't say defer as a as an operative verb for mardi we work together right. Yeah he my image of the set when you enter the set mardi set. It's like entering the ring at a price fight. It's like it's all going to happen in this ring right and we get in and then we start mixing up..
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
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"ellen burstyn" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I think we're connected through martine right but you know sometimes. I get your sort of like weird updates. Yeah that's probably not supposed to be happening. No i know. And i didn't know why but know. They don't mean anything happened late at night. It's something that that the sites to. And i like nine things. Like w t.f pod dot com and then like occasionally i'll get It doesn't mean anything. It's all computer code. I don't know what it does and anytime panicked about it. It has nothing to do with anything. But then i a definitely definitely happens. I forgot brennan about it. I didn't know why it was happening here monday. I've got. I've got three panels And i'm mike all right. Well that's just the way it goes at night and then every once in a while get like a a c panel best show and i'm like oh shit. Call tom and make him worry about this. But i don't know we're okay. We're okay northern. Yeah that's what i do. I just. I don't know why it doesn't matter s- could you see you. Yeah great again. I just want to make clear that You know we've been friends while i'm not. I don't not even sure how it happened but but it was late. It was waiting our wives. Yeah it was. We're not childhood france. No we didn't grow up together in new jersey or new mexico but we I'm kind of jersey. We you are jersey. You you have your d feel like i'm jersey. I get it you you definitely. I know that budweiser factories. You think you're born behind knowing where my grandparents are buried close. That's right well. And my and my my great uncle's dentist office. Abe who was married to my grandfather's sister patsy. The dentist's office in the house. Was there in linden attack linden. Yeah yeah right there off rougher one it But i met you in your writing a monk. Right was i was. I was writing the we were kind of you. Had w. t. f. I had the best show and there was all this internet chatter and people were basically painting to see who could fight with each other. And i only knew about you was your Your your sort of twitter avatar. There was just this weird profile drawing. And i'm like yeah and just said sharp wing and i thought you were like thought you had like you know like you. You had some sort of a like you. Were like a veteran like you said a lot of weight. Tell you know like you're that you're the peak i was just. There's no way you could look. I had been seeing you for so many years. Had all these thing and you just a guy and then. There's the time i went up to you and i was doing Jerusalem syndrome may be. Yeah that's right. That right have right at the west beth. Yeah and i was like. Hey i really liked it. Yeah that's before. We were friends. That was before i just wanna make people make sure they know because i i read in the book learning stuff about you that i didn't know like really surprising stuff like i don't think anybody knows i used to price yourself. I was ready to take so much of this to the grave really absolutely and it was just a matter of i wasn't gonna. I never talked about it on the radio or any podcast. A lot of stuff. A lot of stuff. You've got thousands of fans. Yeah jane and they don't know any of this now. It's all all new. Do you think some of them are going to see. It's not the guy. No i think they'll be like oh get over here. Yeah all righty. It's hard a few friends who have read. It said like now. I get it. They're like okay. There's the missing pieces of that puzzle. Yeah okay but you like you've been but you were. You were really going to be a writer. It sounded like you writing. What was it basketball. a road for basketball magazines. And just mt roy moore absolutely. I was just trying to get my foot in the door. Any which way i was working at a store and then i left the i left the sheet music store. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah and there are a long time. Yeah i knew you were a writer. But i just thought like i when i found out you wrote about you wrote For like years right yeah was eight seasons i was there all of it from i was working as an assistant to the guy that created the show and i remember when he was like i have this. Tv show. yeah it goes and if it goes you'll be the first person that gets hired and then it did go and i was the first person that got higher. I thought that was a great part of the story. About like sort of like breaks in. Show business or as their dues. I think people that that don't know you can sort of get a sense of struggle but like like when i found that you wrote for monk like oh he's like a legit show biz. Because i'm putting this together before. I knew you really sure i'm sure we did that before the best show but no you did it all so the show. I was not making a nickel off of so my day job was writing for tv and monk was my first job i was there for the whole run of the show and that was the ocd detective. Yes with the shillue tony shalhoub. Yeah great guy. The best nicest guy ever. Yeah couldn't will never meet another actor as generous as he was and and like china remembering the book. Was there whether problems with anybody worth problems. There was a an incident that I mean it's better off your in the book but there was some some jealousy over winning awards and then there was a little bit of a stage event and it turned into a thing where another thing is probably better off in the full stories in the book. Yeah i mean yeah i mean. I was a good tease. I guess. I mean yeah. I think that's fair but to be but also like why me i think the most surprising stuff is really You know when you were younger you know. Oh yeah well. I mean that's the stuff that i I truly for all until the last couple months count on one. Hand the amount of people that knew some of those stories like just your parents just my parents and sister well. Yeah i mean when. I mean you didn't even tell you know out you didn't even tell me like you give me a heads up. I'm just reading this manuscript hoping it's good So i can be earnest when i say it was good. Yeah you didn't have to say hey man one chapter. Yeah that one. That one looks like it's so much fun writing like those those those those opinion dodgers and i can do. I didn't yeah. I didn't know a lot of that stuff. Yeah like well. What did you think of how i man i really. I really saw it. You know really feeling good description. Yeah good scripts. What is it like. Two to seventy to eighty. How many pages thing be seventy dollars. This is the whole book that font amazing font easy to read the blurb would be great font great good choice yeah no is. It was great but like you know. I mean that that stuff in high school right. Yeah there was. There was traumatic heavy right. 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"ellen burstyn" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Podcasts. Spotify or wherever you get podcasts. Podcasts all right look let's do this podcast that you're listening to now. Okay all right. Let's do this. How are you. What the fuckers. What the fuck buddies. What the pluck knicks. what's happening. I'm marc maron. That is my name just space it for a second. Is that happening. That i just have a mild brain skid brain fart situation. Where for a split second. I didn't know my name do me a favor. Please let me have that freedom. Is that from the meditation is that is that what you get when you really get deep into it when you tap into the big nothing when you hitch a ride on the big frequency empty your brain that you don't even know who you are. You're just a free spirit. Floating floating through space from your room. Is that what happens because man if that was it. I want to hold onto that. I want to have some control over. Not knowing who. I am for a second. You know in the way where it's because you know. My brain is so wide. Open them actually space traveling. Not because you know. I'm having some sort of identity crisis and think i'm a fraud. Because i'm i'm familiar with that school of meditation. Not great not great. That that's that selflessness is not helpful the kind where you destroy everything about your sense of who you are out of complete self loathing and insecurity until you're just a a a screaming nothing alone in your room. Not even sitting in a lotus just alone screaming nothing. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening welcome. Are you about to doze off. Was that helpful. Hey look. I don't know. I don't know what i'm talking about ellen. Burstyn is on the show and She's amazing she's an oscar. Emmy and tony winner. She's been in everything from alice doesn't live here anymore to the last picture show to requiem for a dream of course the exorcist and she has the lead role in this new movie queen bees which is actually in and of itself We're talking about because hollywood doesn't make a lot of fun movies starring And about seniors. I i don't like their stuff happening on this front. There's the kominsky method. I talked to michael douglas about that. And that's a that's some of the The old these doing their thing is that is that is that a swaying. That's not right. The oldies ipad. I don't even know. But i'll tell you it's amazing to watch these actors working point in their lives. I mean on the darker side. If you watch the father with anthony hopkins which is astounding Not a comedy not funny kind of medicine in a way and its depiction of alzheimer's or dementia. I think their different not positive. Maybe i should just look it up. I will after this but But that that performance was astounding and in this movie. It's it's kind of. I think it's mean girls only. They're they're senior citizens in a retirement community. But i i i. I think it's basically mean girls. There's a the cast is ellen. Burstyn and margaret james. Caan a loretta. Devine jane curtain. Christopher lloyd is in it french stewart who. I haven't seen in a long time as in it and some other. There's other people in it but the core group is an margaret. Loretta devine jane curtain. They play the queen. Bees ellen burstyn is a newbie at the retirement place in James caan comes in sort of a a slightly damaged of interest and christopher. Lloyd is the the The the hot catch at the retirement center. But these are great actors i. It's just amazing to see them doing the work. I mean i interviewed james caan. And that guy's an animal man. That guys i just. He's like all in and he's a lot and and he just turned he toned. I talked to ellen about this. He he toned it down locked in it was astounding to me because i've been looking paying a lot more attention to acting as i do a little more of it myself and to see these. These actors working at this level in their seventies and eighties is sort of fascinating that there is a craft. There is a a bunch of tools that they engage in order to do what it is they do and It was great to watch. And i think I think that the seniors will enjoy it. I enjoy thought it was a cute movie is a cute picture. A cute picture Also in a few minutes. We're going to do a segment with the tom sharp another Get to know tom. Tom scharping wing segment. That'd be coming up. We'll try to get some Some good dirt out of him From his new book this time to keep pushing keep pushing. Do you know what i mean. Look i went to whole foods yesterday and Right when i walked in. I saw the mellon's heirs i picked up. I started doing my thing doing my thing with the With the watermelons holding up to my head. Put my ear on him. knocking them. Cnn they sound hollow they sound feel heavy and i picked one and then i wanted to round did the rest of my shopping. I bought meet at the meat counter. Okay and I was in the store for at least twenty five minutes and i get to checkout and the woman at checkout. Goes you have a sticker on your ear so in my hair in my hair right by my ear. There was a watermelon sticker And notice anything. I bought meat from guy and had a sticker on my ear. Nothin' people let me walk around. I guess that's what you do because you know you don't know what the who wants to take the chance who wants to step up and say. Hey buddy you gotta watermelon sticker on here because what are the odds of me going. Oh shit that's embarrassing. Thank you man. Thank you for telling me. Or maybe i want it that way. Maybe your own fucking business you know. I usually have a sticker on each of my ears watermelon sticker but i i forgot to put the other one on this morning. Are you judging me. Are you judging me. I can't walk around with stickers on my head. I mean what kind of fucking world is who the fuck are you. I live the life. I wanna live. I've i've earned it. This is what my freedom looks like. I i've stickers on my head so you know thank you but no thank you. What are the odds of that happening. Swim but is that what holds people back. Don't want to get involved. I don't know who doesn't want instant gratification right now..
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The four Seasons compliments. Would you be a people have more to give away for you? There's a bill to legalize casinos and sports betting in Texas that has stalled. We're going to get into that, but first to be wants us to Update you on the Melinda and Bill Gates situation, Okay. Apparently, Melinda Gates had concerns. Over Bill Gates is possible ties. Jeffrey Epstein. Good ships There's somewhere there's a black book out there with names in it. And they could make it control the world. She said that she and she had issues with this and people familiar with the divorce proceedings. Bring this up, but she expressed these concerns is as far back as 2013. Melinda told her husband. She was uncomfortable with him after the couple met him that year. He continued to have a relationship with Epstein, despite her concerns. Is that right? Yeah, my all the way back to 2013. Now, Gates says he didn't have a relationship with him. Back to told the Wall Street Journal in 2019 that he had met him but didn't have any business relationship of friendship with him. They talked philanthropy, right, right. Well, not philandering, No land therapy. Philanthropy? Yes. Good. Okay, let's just six years wages for her. Let's just cut to the chase her, didn't you? You know, anybody think Bill Gates. I don't know. We don't know. I mean there's photos of them together. Yeah. I mean, what did we learn that he goes on vacation with his ex girlfriend every year. Yeah, I mean, the more the more we found out. It sounds as if they kind of had dual lives going. Yes. League. Well, maybe you can be so homely that even billions of dollars won't get your girl, right? Maybe that's the case. Maybe. So, you know that woman think your name is Jill ain Maxwell? Yeah. Mm Epstein's right Go to girl or whatever. Chief, But she's got stuff in her head that she could spill out. Sure. But she hasn't She's still in jail, right? Right. But you're right. I mean, there's Still alive. That's what that's what shocked me. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, I'm still alive. That's true. That is? Yes, you're right. But So the latest is now that there might be a relationship between Bill Gates and Jeffrey Epstein. Did that lead toward this divorce that were Seeing unfold right in front of us. 27 years in the making. Look, a picture of Bill Gates and Jeffrey Epstein together, right? He had a girlfriend that he wouldn't saw once a year. What's ever. I mean, you know what was the name of that movie every summer? They went there, right? Guess. Same place next year playing Alan, Hold on and all that. And I forget who What they done. Mary Tyler Moore, Mary Tyler Moore, Meryl Street, No more. Uh, might have been built. So that's what they were living there were living a movie. Maybe so. Wow. Well, that's your Bill and Melinda Gates update for stupid traffic right now. And 7 51, and here is my card. Yeah. Maybe money here. Come on. Here comes he's showing that Ellen Burstyn shall not to one. Ellen Burstyn. By the way, I got you. Yeah, Showing back by the way, you know, I don't know. I think I know. Yes, I think Lee's in the time that we are 30 Westbound Second Avenue That was still there in the right lane. Still gotta delay behind it. Now, the issue on I 30 westbound past 12 Awesome. Walker looks like it may be after the Children. It is still heavy on the approach. Still, when I 35 North bound Walnut Hill, not one on 1 14 West mannitol Connor in the two right lanes in a new one, reported 20 eastbound before the Bush Turnpike that's heavy beyond 3 60. BBA PEE FIRST traffic on one's I'm Monte Cook. Dallas P I. Attorney's car accident www dot call Super Dog Dog home. Car accident. Big truck wreck If you're injured, get the compensation you deserve call a super dog for a free consultation. 877 s u P D a W G That's 877 s u P d a W G. Goldsmith Victoriano in Sonoda attorneys Who weather continues. Advertise this time of year should be in the low eighties. And we're going to see daytime highs over the next few days in the sixties, lads in this morning maybe a shower in isolated shower thunderstorm is possible this afternoon 66. But as you can, into.
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on KTOK
"I looked up. And the windshield was smashed in and there was you know, the truck had some damage to it. But the first thing I thought it was over my teeth still there because I just you know, I had braces and I thought, Oh, my mom's gonna kill me if I lost my teeth, but my teeth are still there. And anyway turned out. I thought I looked up. I thought if somebody was in the passenger seat in, uh, in the truck that maybe that they must have, like, hit the windshield. Who's all bashed, but that, But it was me and home. I, uh, took me to the hospital. They said that they were amazed a knowing no injuries, internal or external and get me you know, overnight just to be sure on but that made me think of, you know, with the truckers. Um, I tell you and you're thinking about J. C. Um, of course. I have had three of three best friends with the initials J. J. C. There's my friend John. Car locked us in. Lexington, Kentucky. And Joey Cons. Who's on Dear friends. You right? Actually bought him a coast insider membership, did you? That's a great gift. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. He really appreciated it. And so, but those guys, I called them Giancarlo office. I called him J. C two. And Joey Joey. I called him J C three. And they were like, Well, who's Jacey? One who's just as it will? Of course. Our savior. Jesus Christ. There they go Weak. Hey, give you number one. He could be number. He gets that that honor. He gets the number one. Yeah, you know, but the other thing with the truckers. I wanted to mention quick before on before mentioning with your mom always says or one of the things I know, she said. Is that on I was watching the news and there was this trucker. On a long haul on the New Jersey Turnpike. And he had to this release of the reports that there were you know, there was video of it. Um, that that am he had to swerve to avoid a mattress that had flown off of somebody's car in front of him like somebody was moving a mattress right? And because So he could have gone one way. Which would he would have been fine if you'd gone to the left. But he would have caused a major accident according to all the witnesses there, But instead of going to the left, he young, you know, he went to the right which meant he. He went off the road and it was a fatal accident for this trucker and So he like You know, instead of he hung me that sacrifice to avoid, you know, having a major accident that he probably would have been would have survived. He saved others, and he lost his life. Exactly exactly. And I'm so and I tell you, I once after hearing or sometime around the same time, I was moving a Lumber, and I was on a on a freeway in a piece of plywood flew off my vehicle and amaze. Luckily, it went into you know a safe zone on the you know, on the side, but I think you like you know what Just it's a reminder, I you know that that can happen, and people have to be so careful when you're on the roads, and I was thinking like Gosh, you know that. That trucker who took that sacrifice? Um so, uh, but Real real quick. I'll tell you that. There's a movie called Resurrection. 1980 with Ellen Burstyn. Okay, And that movie is about dying and having a near death experience. Coming back with the power to heal this one because a healer and it it's a movie that I recommend for anyone who has these interests like this topic that you show always touches on. And, um, but the movie is called Resurrection. Come on, and it's a beautiful movie, and she has the power to heal, and she says it comes from God and God is love and verse vices..
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on KCRW
"Pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in the story of a woman learning to live alongside her deeply personal loss awards eligible Hey, I'm no Veena, Carmela kcrw DJ and soon to be Coco's of morning becomes eclectic music has always been at the center of my life, and I love to share it with others as a conduit of joy, healing and self expression. And as a DJ, I'm guided by mood and spirit. So my mixes are eclectic by nature, but likely to get you moving. Morning becomes eclectic with me and my brother from another mother, Anthony Valadez, weekends and nine right here on KCRW. This is the moth radio hour from pure X. I'm Sarah Austin Jeunesse. The stories in this hour are about turning the page and moving on. And sometimes to do that you need a nudge or an energetic push from another person. This next story from Maxie Jones takes place when he's a teenager right after his mother dies Max, he told this story at an open mic slam in Detroit, where we partner with public radio station w D. E T. Here's Maxie Life of the month. In February of 1978. I started the second semester. Of the 10th grade. That was on February 1st. Um, on February, 2nd. Which would have been my second day of my second semester of the 10th grade. When I woke up to go to school. My mother didn't wake up that morning. Now that following week, I miss school, of course. While we laid my mother to rest And When I came back to school. Out a week or two later. It was quite different for me. Um, I remember that when I came back to school, I really didn't care much to be there at all. It was a new semester and my teachers didn't really know me very well. Had this one English teacher's name is Mr Goldberg. And Mr Goldberg would would ask the class. The question. And He would call on people and when he called on me, he would say. Maxie. Do you know the answer? And he pretty much like wake me up from wherever my mind would be. And I would say What? Excuse me. What was that? He would ask me the question again. And I would always have the correct answer. So one day he asked me to meet him after class and I met him after class, and he said that I don't understand what's going on, he said. Always seemed lost. You always someplace else during the class, But you, you know all the answers you you've got all you did all your homework. And, you know, I just kind of explain him. What was going on? And I told him that You know the reason I came to school every day was because my mother made me come to school. And now my mother is not here to make me come to school and I don't really feel They need to be here anymore. So he said. Well, he said, We'll just do me a favor, he said. Listen You know what a teacher teaches eight? Well, they're eight periods in the day. A teacher teaches five periods in the day and there are three prep periods you lead a teacher will use one of those prep periods for lunch and his other prep period, Mr Goldberg said. I want you to meet me in my office six period. Yes, I met him in the office six period just to talk. And then he said, Meet me tomorrow six period. And this went on and on every single day He had me meet him sixth period during his prep period and I would help him great papers and we would talk and he would do whatever When open school night came Didn't have anyone to come with me. My mother always came to meet open school night when open school night came. My sister who had just graduated from the same school came with me to open school night. And my social studies teacher wouldn't talk to her. He said. I know who you are. You just graduated from the school, so he thought he was trying to play some kind of game or something. So when the teacher wouldn't talk to her, Mr Goldberg was standing outside the room. It came in. He's a wait a minute. Wait a minute. Talk to her. He sucks. I'll explain later. So the teacher talked to my sister and told her about how I was doing the school and so on. And then Mr Goldberg what he did after that was he wandered around all my classes and talk to all my teachers and told him what was going on, and he told them all, he said. If you have any issue with Maxie Jones, come to me. And so that's what he did. And so it went that way for the whole semester. Every day I met him at six period. And and he checked on my classes and all that stuff. Would end up happening with that. The next year when I was a junior, he did the same thing. He had me meet him every single day. And we talked and he talked all my teachers about whatever was going on with me. And he kind of let them know. Listen, if you got any problem with Maxie Jones, come and talk to me and And I didn't really realize that By the time I graduated from high school Never missed a single day of school and And Yeah. Sorry. My high school graduation..
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on KCRW
"Almost got me singing along with that when Greenville from Lucinda Williams from her album, car wheels on a gravel road from gosh sometime ago, Remember how long ago that album was, but one of my favorites from her and Lucinda Williams birthday. Happy Birthday. Lucinda Williams. If you're having a beautiful day, James Blake covering Frank Ocean's Godspeed Song on which he actually co produced and arranged with Frank Ocean on the original version on then Frank Ocean with Kai Endo from a single that came out last year. Two years ago. Something like that, and Jackie Vincent, I just discovered this album on Friday. They came out in 2019, but I think you should all know about it. She's from Austin, Texas, and album is titled Joy. That piece was called back to Earth and night, Herren started to soften new song called Too Hot to Hold a night here in a members of Alabama and Radiation City. And that gets us up to speed right now on KCRW morning becomes eclectic. Coming up black film. It's team up with hypnotic breasts ensemble on their song colors. That's next on KCRW. Case here, it'll be you. Sponsors include Netflix, presenting pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in the story of a woman learning to live alongside her deeply personal loss awards eligible today on press play the Netflix series Bridger 10 is a fantasy of racial mixing and sexual exploration. But the fantasy doesn't go that far. And the stocks is basically wham bam! Thank you, ma'am, and the woman's like this was delicious and just watching. It was like, Wow, that just looks uncomfortable and team All I meddle in brand the sexual and racial politics of bridge region today at noon and seven on press play on KCRW. Mm hmm. Then I won't want to. Booth is like way this bad. She leaves back down to the ground ground ground ground till I'm clean..
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"No, that's for my other. That's my other call. This'd is from Netflix, and it's been in theaters for the last couple weeks in limited release because they've been trying to Uh, building up its an award film, you know, trying to win an Oscar. It's now available today on the Netflix service, so you can watch it if you've got it at home to drama, and I'm gonna warn you. It's a heavy drama. It's very emotional Started. Vanessa Kirby. And Shailagh buff is a young married couple who are gonna have a baby. And when there's a mix up with the with the the delivery, the nurses the delivery when they come home to do a home delivery, they lose the baby. And most of the movie is sort of the fall out from that the emotional impact it has on her and on their relationship and their marriage and even their relationship you with her work and other people that she knows and how she puts that together and tries to overcome it and the process by which you get through that Greece. Like I said, it's a heavy movie. It's not my cup of tea, because, you know, I got enough grief in my life Normal. What's high along, but it's got some good actors in it. I mean, Vanessa Kirby, Uh, you mentioned Leboeuf. I think if I'm not mistaken, Ellen Burstyn's in this So this is this a pretty good movie lineup by thank you. She does a great little role in it. But it's really Vanessa Kirby, whose shoulders most of it I mean, this is a spotlight on her acting, and she does a great job. I mean, Don't have anything bad to say about the film as much as it's just It's not the kind of movie I like to watch, wasn't she? Princess Margaret in the crown? Didn't she play Princess Mark? I think she was in the crown. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, she was. She was excellent in that role. Okay, so there's another one. Now the history of swear words, I swear, not usually on the air, but I would swear that Samuel L. Jackson would be the perfect host for this, but it's Nicolas Cage. It is Nicholas Cage. And while similar Jackson would have been a great choice, Nicolas Cage is great. This is well, it's a Netflix. It's got six episodes. It is a short series. And it's exactly what it is. He hosts in a somewhat rustic masterpiece theater sort of way, a history of how certain vulgar words in our language, how they developed and they it's a You know, it's a documentary where they interview other people may interview people like linguists and entomologist to talk about. How the words started and how they evolved over time. And then they pepper in comedians and other entertainers who are a little bit more astute at using the swear words throughout its very tongue in cheek. If you found yourself swearing a lot, you now know where these words come from. I tell you the list that they cover but you pry. Don't want me to do that right now. I hope they cover the word Dang That's what I hope. It's got six episodes, so maybe I got a shot. Uh, they throw that in there they do address Dang, do they? They're Kevin Carr. You're the best. You have a great weekend. Thank you for your time. There He is. Kevin Carr Fat guy at the movies dot com. Well, here we go. Slim guy at the traffic,.
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Down here reporting on the impact of Tropical Storm Harvey. We went to Cypress Creek. It's this neighborhood. North of Houston that is completely submerged. Surpassing what You see a stop sign and two street signs just peaking out over the water. It's a family of seven. They were stuck on the second floor. Plus their dog and a big lizard. They had some kind of bearded dragon or something. We're still together. We're always TLC. Chili. Tobias. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate what I have to say. I love your voice. Yeah. You have a good boy. That's gonna be sexy, Big, sexy, Sexist, serious. I'm like Dang. Kill your new name is big sexy. Yes. Oh, man, we're happy to report that nickname did not stick. I mean, I don't call it that. I'm glad you don't. Yeah, I You know, Rachel. Thank you. What we do it. We're storytellers at the end of the day, and that's why those voices was so important. We love you, David Greene for always showing us how to laugh at ourselves and how to find the good in every story and in every person we will miss you. Thank you. This is NPR news. Support for W N. Y. C comes from the Netflix film pieces of a woman Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn star in this intimate story of a woman learning to live alongside her loss on Netflix. January 7th. Airlines get a lifeline and drones get a boost Marketplace Morning report is supported by Fidelity Investments, introducing Fidelity.
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on The Moratorium
"So. Here you go. She turned down the lead role in one flew with the coups nest because she had a sick husband to take care of on which Louise Fletcher see even they were trying to get the same actors. Ruby like wait a minute. Who here she's an ordain minister she does not consume alcoholic drink. Coffee. And Practices Yoga. Wait Louise Fletcher Ellen Burstyn This is Ellen Burstyn she worked as an acrobat. and. And as a model for paper that covers I I can't see Ellen Burstyn. Not An acrobat she was really pretty you know. How to get out of what I just said I mean there's a bunch of like shots from movies or she dressed up in kind of a tin foil thing looking like a Jane Fonda and are Ella. Since lead. Donaldson's. Dog. Two thousand. So. Let's look at some of Ellen Burstyn career then for for acting because she has been ends on a CV, a hundred and sixty one credits. She even had her own TV show well, show that was named after her that was Ellen Burstyn show. Oh, I was just like a variety show kind of like a talk show it was a real Sitcom type thing but it was just like the bill cosby show you know is named after her but it wasn't right right. And it was only on for one season yet, I clicked on one here was nineteen seventy movie called Alex in Wonderland. and. If you click on that, you will see a really hippie version of Donald Sutherland. Donald Sutherland who primarily is nude in the seventies and his roles, which is something I never ever wanted to see I clicked on Alice in wonderland you know the first thing I see is a him about them naked Donald Southern. A that's actually the trailer for the film, Anesthesia Watch part of it. He sits there and he kinda you know his wife and kid leave. Then he just starts breaking the fourth wall talking to the camera and introducing the movie. Basically, this is me and a pulls up a little snoopy dog out of the Bath Tub and. I've seen us. So. Offensive Big. Wet Beard. Seventies veered. I like Donald Sutherland Lava. There is a certain time in the seventies where he's considered to be a sex symbol and. Still, is. Here to tell you. Right Off. So, she was in Alice. Doesn't live here anymore I. Remember that. It was because it was a Martin Scorsese Film Scorsese what is we're sees scorsese or sees. Just change it every other year that's mine bucket but that has Kris Kristofferson and The had some critical acclaim. I've ever seen this now neither have I harvey Kites Yellen the. fame time next year, I remember that. That was Alan alda. Of Victoria is in houses. Bat right out of the way that we could make a feature. That's a play on his name like. Way Back or I'll just keep going off. I'M GONNA go through sort of that. Take some more notes. Yeah. The Ellen Burstyn show is nineteen, eighty, six and nineteen, eighty seven. Says the Ellen Burstyn show, but she played a character by the name of Allen Brewer have ellyn Burston and Louise Fletcher Ben like. An almost seems like A. What do they call that like? The police protection like a the witness protection. Like they kind of. I don't know I'm still not sure that they're not the same person right? Susan TV movie called pack of lies merely. War We're going through right now. She's in the movie called the cemetery club that was really big that also had. Oh Bernie Casey in it earning Diana Oh. She's in a lot of movies with Diane Ladd. I don't know why but. Also, has dating. Ilo. Yes. All that. CHRISTINA RICCI WAS Eighty not well, that was nineteen, ninety, three, ninety, three of it. So anyway. Where are you going with all this? These are just my deep dives. I just did double duty. Okay. I just wanted to go over the career of flip between Ellen Burstyn. Lewis. Fletcher. Doing it although I don't know if it's having the outcome that he predicted because. I think I'm actually more confused now. You know this. She played She was dollar hides mom in the remake of two thousands. Red. Dragon. That I see that grandma dollar had. Said just a voice. Oh my God, dude shoes in the wicker man I'm pretty sure. Nicholas Cage. Unsure at some point that was the two thousand, six version. Yeah she's like the main. Yeah. She's like the main. See. But I still think I'm more familiar with Louise Fletcher's filmography. I would say the same thing but they've been in really the same amount of movies. They, both started about the same time. They're about the same age it had been really handy if they had the same agents. You'd be you'd be sending them both I to every. So whoever got it these get the I've got Ellen burstyn. Feel about an Ellen Burstyn no no I Louise Fletcher yet. Academy award winner Louise Fletcher. Forgot. She's like a a gay, her and art. Carney. Are just the old people that Drew Barrymore ends up with in order right? That's not her I don't think those are that's not her family. Is it her and her dad ended up doing to that farm right as they were yeah. They just met these people and they took command in Phantom and then and then burnt down their farm right? Exploded like. My God Arnie with a rifle and A. Are Carney. Meanwhile of their husband and wife, he's like thirty years. At anyway. So anyway, that's all I have really I just wanted to break down Louise Fletcher ellyn Burston Air not the same people but now you're gonNA confusing the same person's stop it guy let's just go ahead and put them together. It's Alan Fletcher. My Goddess Somebody could like Photoshop both of their faces together. Wouldn't be that hard. All their creases in their face in their neck kinda lineup. She is in a movie in the two thousands with Robert Wagner called a Dennis, the menace Christmas. The scene from it basically looks like both of them are in our funeral. Looks like just the most depressing thing you've ever seen. Awesome. But. Yeah. That say that's interesting that that's I mean I've had that problem just put them in the pile of actors that could play.
'Dancing With the Stars' Season 28 winners are...
"I'd be dancing with the stars win for Denton done spoiler alert spoiler alert Hannah brown who was on the bachelorette but in a brown again bachelor yes she was the bachelor and she won dancing with the stars along with Ellen Burstyn who's a Minnesota guy he's the pa no that's very exciting and carrying on an ABA who is one of the judges on dancing with the stars says it was not what I expected he said that this whole season has been filled with ups and downs and unexpected twists and turns issue to that they're going out to a center I guess people were on area step out of place is everything over her she did not win really on the bachelor at because she got engaged to a guy who'd had a girlfriend got all upset if not try to only winner then now she's trying to date the other guys that she let go and then they're not
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on We're Talkin' Movies
"To the house and you know the trick or treating or whatnot and they think it's the real devil invites hand and they're like oh master all this kind of stuff but I mean he's just handing out candy. He's just a normal guy that is that is all I have. The budget for this film was twenty eight million and it grows to thirty nine million dollars so the little bit of money but again it's kind of the other one it's like a like a classic you watch every year right so right and there's a great films to have around. I mean I like I like Bette midler couple of his films she made. I really like the wives club. Particularly I thought he was terrific and that one or Wind beneath my wings. Well I'M GONNA close my third one is actually too do. But I'm putting them together because they're of the same. I said earlier my little introduction that some there are some films where you come face to face with evil incarnate if you will and we did a show on bad film adaptations and both of these movies which which were fairly successful if fact the first one says it's I was GonNa talk about says it's the ninth grossing film of All Time In Canada the US but they took one hundred ten million dollars when it came out. This movie came out in seventy three but both of these films are based on novels. I've read both the novels. You WanNA scary. Keep the lights on if you read any of these. Because it's GonNa scare the heck out of you and both of them were written. Written screenplays were written. The reason they work is that the author of the novel wrote the screenplay so it translates. Well they're well cast to with with top talent but the fact that the screenplay parallels the book so when you read the book and it's all the movie it's chilling in either instance that I do that more often. You know sometimes the office not alive but yeah that's true at or sometimes he what he stickler for staying with the book and a director said. It can't translate that way we gotta short handed sort of you. Don't want it didn't get. What's the old creative differences is what they say? It's always creative differences. So that's sometimes it didn't happen in this case however the second film I'm talking about. They made some sequels and he did not write those does he only wrote one book but the first one I'm talking about is the exorcist. which made a star out of Ellen Burstyn and it's a terrific film if you you haven't seen it? It's a terrific book. As I was telling Eddie I I was. I was three quarters through the book when a group of when it opened went to the I hadn't finished the book and we went to the movie and I knew what was happening and it would. It was exactly the book and I envisioned some sometimes. You don't vision things the same way it comes on the screen. I was pretty much in lockstep with what was happening on the screen for obvious reasons now because the same guy wrote it and I didn't know how it ended though they hadn't finished a book so I'm sitting there with everybody else. What in the heck is GonNa Happen here and if you don't know the story it's one of the most profitable label horror movies ever made and it's a tale of exercises them so there's a religious overtone here we're talking the devil? You learn about the devil. Well here we go taking taking a taking form in someone young Reagan. That's Linda Blair. This made her a star too. She starts acting odd levitating speaking in cantons in her worried mother whose an actress who is in Washington. DC Georgetown University. I believe it is. They have Catholic priests and while while she's on the movie seen her daughter's having all this stuff going on medical help but they can't find anything wrong whether so they bring in a local young priest first. He thinks she may be seized by the devil. He makes request to perform an exorcism. And the Church sends an expert the exorcist derives and as Max Van Cedo the classic Swedish actor to help with the difficult job. There's a sidebar here. That was somebody who wrote that. If you think view and I added your child is ready to see this. Shocking film keeping minded in some audiences in the seventies. They passed out out because it seeing what Dick Smith.
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Which at the time was Brad Croix, Bradley Thomas and Steve Steven stabler. Bradley, I know worked with Pete for a longtime. Brad, I still has a company. I don't know what happened was Steve. I think he went into educational something a really all really good Steve. Especially was a great guy. So okay. So I had met them on when I was doing the dumb and dumber. So I call the office. And I say, hi, this is Lynn. And whoever answered the phone said. Oh, yeah. You were in dumb and dumber, blah, blah, blah. I said I see you're doing this other movie and said, yeah. So the guy was talking to who was peace associates. He said, let me send you the script which he probably shouldn't was not really he kind of did it under the table. And the description of MRs Dumars was the angriest ugliest woman got ever let loose on the planet. I'll never forget that as long as I live, and I thought oh my God. I gotta do this. Because the theater Noman me just like ignited, you know, it was like I gotta do this. So I was talking to this woman who was also a coach when we started talking about what kind of skin I would have kind of skin condition. Actress studio to know, I would go twice a week and listen to Strasbourg and Ellen Burstyn and Shelley winters, and I mean, the great Harvey towel and deniro would come some of the time. So I really am the real deal. You know, I learned from the best of the best and you start thinking what what kind of walk. Do. I have what's what kind of face. Do. I. Smoke. I must smoke. I must have yellow nails probably yellowed skin bad teeth. And so. I call started working on the character. And I went to Aardvarks which was yes. Yes. So there, and there was a blocks worth of all they're used stuff looked like a bunch of cards to squish together. And I remember I walked in. And I looked I looked over the blocks long black long. Content of all these garments. And I go what's that? And I swear to God I walked right over to that clown suit. Which was perfectly. It was from the seventies. It was a jumpsuit polyester jumpsuit from the seven that was the one you use. Fit perfectly gaming kind of thing. And I thought all right. And I got got to have voice because I smoke too, much and definitely have emphysema. So I'm dying of a cough and. My. So I started working I gave myself long dirty cracked fingernails, I put eyelashes coming out of my nostrils..
"ellen burstyn" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Which at the time was Brad CRA. Boy, Bradley Thomas and Steve Steven stabler. Bradley, I know worked with Pete for a longtime. Brad, I think still has a company. I don't know what happened was Steve. I think he went into educational something a really all really good Steve. Especially was a great guy. So okay. So I had met them on when I was doing the dumb and dumber. So I call the office. And I say hi, this is Linda and whoever answered the phone said. Oh, yeah. You were in dumb and dumber, blah, blah, blah. I said I see you're doing this other movie said, yeah. So the guy was talking to who was peace associates. He said let me send to the script which he probably shouldn't have was not really he kind of did it under the table. And the description of MRs Dumars was the angriest ugliest woman got ever let loose on the planet. I'll never forget that as long as I live, and I thought oh my God. I gotta do this. Because the theater Noman me just like ignited, you know, it was like I gotta do this. So I was talking to a woman who was also a coach when we started talking about what kind of skin would have kind of skin condition actress studio to I would go twice a week and listen to Strasbourg and Ellen Burstyn and Shelley winters, and the greats Harvey tell and deniro would come some of the time. So I really am the real deal. I learned from the best of the best and you start thinking what what kind of walk. Do. I have what's kind of face. Do. I. Smoke. I must smoke. I must have yellow nails probably yellowed skin bad teeth. And so. I call started working on the character. And I went to Aardvarks which was still see out. Yes. So there, and there was a blocks worth of all they're used stuff looked like a bunch of cards to squish together. And I remember I walked in. And I looked I looked over the blocks long black long. Content of all these garments. And I go what's that? And I swear to God I walked right over to that clown suit. Which was perfectly. It was from the seventies. It was a jumpsuit polyester jumpsuit from the seven that was the one you use. Fit perfectly gaming kind of thing. And I thought all right. And I got got to have a voice because I smoke too much indefinitely have emphysema. So I'm dying of a cough and. My I started working I gave myself long dirty cracked fingernails, I put eyelashes coming out of my nostrils..