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The Aeronauts' Felicity Jones Expecting Her First Child with Husband Charles Guard

Donna and Steve

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

The Aeronauts' Felicity Jones Expecting Her First Child with Husband Charles Guard

"Felicity Jones expecting a child with her husband Charles guard a representative for the actress confirms in reports the baby will be the couple's first child Jones and guard have been married for a little over one year Jones news comes shortly after the act to celebrate the premiere of her new movie the arrow knots in which she starred with Eddie Redmayne Jones and her British film director husband dated for three years before they tied the knot in July twenty eighteen at a ceremony at suddenly castle in the Cotswolds Oxford shire will

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'The Aeronauts' Is About Big Balloons, the People Who Love Them

First Light

01:45 min | 7 months ago

'The Aeronauts' Is About Big Balloons, the People Who Love Them

"Cars here to review the movie the Erro nas I saw the trailer Kevin it looks good and has a fine line of dialogue women don't belong in balloons good morning Michael yes you know sometimes people wonder if a movie full of hot air or not and this may or may not be depends on your perspective on it it's actually a true story about a balloon ride that was done back even in the nineteenth century which was to get those scientific data and the stars and he met Redmayne and Felicity Jones this is about two balloonists to get up there and and of course because of the new science at the time that it takes place it is a hugely dangerous task to just fly a balloon up there they don't know what they're going to encounter pretty good movie also beautifully shot for the big screen there's a lot of sweeping amazing vistas that are you know that that are very eye catching their need to see on the big screen there is a bit of historical accuracy and and ironically with that tag line of women don't belong in balloons the female character is a manufactured character who's not enough light similar to this and that's taking some criticism for but you know Hey so many movies takes some liberties that that's the least you can do so is this about trying to predict the weather will eventually that's what the the the science was for it was more of a scientific investigation for meteorology than it really was in terms of flight all right so how many soft landings do we give to the era knots I'm gonna give this one three and a half I do love Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones together looks gorgeous but it you know Dick it has its ups and downs I guess you could say our I couldn't say

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"felicity jones" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Is clearly an awards position performance, Felicity Jones, but hammer is just happy being the best dad wasn't in cinema history in this. I like give me pep talk. I know what you think of in this. Okay. Right. So. We fade against Martin Ginsburg have like one of them is kind of very mounting stories. I think they absolutely joys a couple of me they met call edge. And he was like smitten with her thought she was just the best. And and this film is very much like like that. You know, it's just this guy. He's just like God damn lucky as man in the world. I really found that very charming. But yeah, it's kind of like a mile legal thriller, or am I very much film? And maybe they should have just like picked one because I think there's enough in that kind of romance. That would be an interesting film about very supportive husband who has everything handed on a plate. He I think he went to Harvard as well. And he becomes one of the best tax lawyers in new, and you know, everything just seems to come quite easy for him. Whereas she's just like drowning in sexual discrimination Ninety-seven too. I think that would have been interesting film as well. I'm hammer. I think you know, he he does a good line in licking toll and handsome and slightly vacant. One of the things I do find quite funny about this film in general is so clearly on paper should have been like an awards content and just in realities just you know, who's giving the best performance in. This film is is just in theory. Going for gold as this kind of. What would you say he's Melville historical figure? He's the head of the SEO. SEAL You. you. Ginsburg is petitioning him to add that name that huge of civil rights lobbying named to the case. And he's just tearing apart all scenery around it. He's like chewing, and he and his never me why if you wash documentary it does go into why they call her this. He's just like I like Sergei is across the room. And I was like. Did that seem? What is kind of like a history? Like, oh, yeah. We go way back. How? Great. But he's this really fake looking stuff strutting. Why is no hard just like make it better? Interesting. I like complex he he's bijon her side. But he knows the law, and he knows what's what can work and what work and. Yeah. So he's he's more interesting than most others his threat is what was most most intriguing for me because the time was very much on the side of black Americans civil rights and his question is how is this as important or more important than that fights? Yeah. And just the film doesn't really pick into their. I think it's like a not an argument for another day. Yeah. I think that that is the most kind of relevant to today's society this idea of like picking your battles. And like, what should we be angry about, and I think my favorite scenes in the film, the ones that he does Abe is that house and the kind of coaching Ruth for the trial. And that's one of the kind of real energy is in this film. Like, no seeing him push her and push buttons. And it's just so desperate to be this real life, affirming like you. Go girls like film, and it could have got more meat on. And I think there's this this one really interesting line in the film where I think it's just character. Who says that if you lose this case, you said a precedent for them to basically make sexism like even more law is and that's really fascinating from us perspective. Because actually this is what happened. With a very famous case. I forget the name. I just read about it yesterday that basically confirm Sigara Gatien knows in America in the fifties. And this is exactly where someone tried to go to co two in the same thing like someone that something that was really unfair to black people and we lost. And so therefore set a precedent for every similar case later to say, well, they lost in this case..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"The. Hello and welcome back to control out delete hosted by me and gawain very excited for today's guest. As I always, I'm every week just love every single gas. That comes on this podcast. Today's guest is Felicity Jones, the brilliant actor she's known for many things being in the worst witch playing Ethel she's being in Spiderman to the tempest amounts to calls and rogue one Star Wars story and many other amazing films. I loved her performances Jane hawking in the film, the theory of everything alongside at red main, and she was nominated for a BAFTA and all Skar and a Golden Globe and an two thousand sixteen she received the BAFTA Britannia award for British artist of the year today. I'm interviewing flippity about her newest role in an amazing film. Could on the basis of sex. It's a bio pic about supreme Justice Ruth beta Ginsburg, aka the notorious, AVI, Jay, she is a full on icon, an eighty five she still remains one of the most progressive hopes that we have and just such an amazing women who has really trail blazed and fought for gender equality. There's also been a documentary out recently about all BG, which has been such incredible box office heads. So the timing. Couldn't be better this film on the basis of sex to to becoming out. I found the film very moving. I did cry lot during it. It's an amazing empowering story of a woman who just doesn't give up. And it's also a love story. She had such an incredible relationship with her husband Marty who was played by on how much in the film. And it's also a very interesting and moving story about a mother and daughter, and how different the mother and daughter are. Considering the times in which they grew up. The script was written by Ruth beta Ginsberg's, nephew Daniel, St. Pullman and Ruth bait against bug was really supportive of the film. She opened up a lot apparently and really was very transparent with her personal life and about the behind the scenes of job, and it was directed by the brilliant Mimi leader. So hope you enjoyed this interview. We just chatted about the film. I love the film so much, and I really recommend you going to see it. It's really timely. It's important. And it's also really quite feel at the end. So I hope you enjoyed this episode. If you enjoyed it, please. Do you leave a rating or a review on ITN's? I always really appreciate that say the other people confined discover the poed cost say thank you again. And here it is. I love the film so much. Thank you fantastic. I'm with the amazing list Jane's he plays estate against the notorious RB, and she is notorious she's phenomenal. What she's achieved? Yes, fascinating. How she's become such a punk icon in her from probably from her early eighties. The Netflix documentary has just come out as well, hasn't it? Yeah coincidence. We actually we were making film at the same time as they were making the documentary. And when I went to Washington to to meet Justice Ginsburg, I also saw an interview that they were doing with her for the documentary, and we shed some of their footage that had some they had some only footage of Ruth Monte on their honeymoon. And that was incredibly useful for all me. And I in in playing I bet 'cause I watched the film in a preview, and I and overseen very lucky to get to see the film before it's out. And I thought there'd be other people in the in the cinema. I was on my own just watching it. And I cried the the hallway through as anyone else said that to you is a common response..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Can you explain a little because it was something I didn't know about either. But in the movie the case that she use that her husband uses because he's the tactic tax is is basically about a man. Yes. Well, that's what was what was so much of of Hawas was was on doing not only for women who are being limited by these ideas of what they showed and shouldn't be doing. But also with men, and this man was was was caring for his mother. And because the law was written in a way that they didn't even imagine that a man could be in that position in that carrying possibly do. It exactly exact. 'cause they was you know, they just thought that was truly only women do that. So they were able to Marty as the as the film shows bought the case to to Ruth, and he was a an expert in tax lower and in a very well known and well respected tax lawyer and then with her knowledge in in terms of gender rights. They could come together on this case to argue for this man to say, this is ridiculous. You know, these laws are outdated, and they need to be changed. So that law about him out dated. Then let's look at one hundred years worth of the ones aimed against women that around dated. Well, that's what it was interesting with recently had the premier with with respect against bike in in Washington. And she said she did a Q name. But before we showed the foam, and she said how important it was to that that were figures like Dorothy Kenyon who is a an incredible lawyer Kathy Bates played brilliantly brilliantly by Kathy Bates. And and reset. It was very important for for the film to show that she stood on the shoulders of these incredible women. My just thought it was such a beautiful phrase, the idea of this lineage of these incredible women who had who have as you say for hundred years four for change did Ruth Ginsburg view in this time that you talked any suggestions about how to play or did she stay out of that completely? She was I mean. I mean, she was very very gracious, and very I also we spent time we had coffee together and in her in her apartment, and I said, you know, is that any advice that you'd you'd like to give me an and she very sweetly said I've seen you walk Felicity. And I know that you can do it. So that gave me which homeless confident it would've been cute. And what are the three or four favorite? Yeah. Theory of everything where did you see me back in the days because it's so last week. Yeah. I just love the idea that she went to Harvard, and you went to weird sister college, which I. That's what I what I should explain exactly. There are many parallels. She actually went to Oxford. But the thing was you you were on the DP Sears in the beginning where you would probably thinking during those days as child star that I would one day play Ruth Bader Ginsburg, they could only get better playing from playing a witch. My favorite titles. Any TV show? Ever is weird. It only had one season..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Oh, yes. We must. Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers. And this is popcorn where we tell you. What's happening at the movies? And there's a terrific movie out now called on the basis of sex, which is about our own Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, the notorious our BG Palade by and I have to say this. So you're Felicity rose Jones, Phyllis rose Hadley. I can I can only do three. So I want. The, tori. F R J. I like it. From now on so sitting. Thank you. Just never been in any box. Climbing out than you after I'm Jin Ursa rogue one I think I'll just play Ruth bid against. On this is me. So are you to hanging out now? Yes. Yeah. Come. Yes. Why was just thinking that respect against bike has the false. In her say, there's a continuation. She's comb Star Wars to on the basis of sex. There would be get Kevin bacon. She wars all the time. Yeah. Yeah. We well. She was involved from the very beginning. She a nephew went and all his own because his nephew Daniel steep woman wrote the screenplay, and he said Kenai, would you mind if I'd screenplay about your life, and she said, well, if that's what you want to spend your time doing then go ahead. So he took that to me. Exactly, which is cheap to AVI. Jeez. Very very dry sense of humor. But and then he yeah. He took that and run with it. And write this beautiful script about my husband. Love to see the moment where he submits script to the Justice. That's a scary. Yeah. Well, no, go. It was exactly that. Yeah. The Justice Ginsburg gave meticulous news bang each draw. But there were so many dross, eventually, she just said, I would you would you mind giving it to my daughters. Jane, then carried on reading the you know by the time it was sort of twentieth. Drawl so, but it's much been been a family in in bringing this this this film to the walled did you with you You know? know, people would say, well, we love you to play her..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"She's not a conservative. All it takes this movie. And they have Felicity Jones, Felicity Jones, she's very Pretty Woman. She's a movie star. And she plays. The gator in the movie, Felicity Jones, and her husband is played by Armie hammer. Armie hammer is the grandson of Armand hammer of the arm and hammer corporation is very very rich. And and and he's Mr. Hansen. So it's like having tea Leoni play Hillary Clinton in the TV show. Madam secretary it's good to be a democrat because the propaganda machine is just extraordinary. It's just it's a little a little Golden Globes stuff from last night. They had an awards show and. Well, you know, how they're they are that way. And this guy this actor that I like who played Dick Cheney turns out, he's an English guy. And he was on last night. He got a little a little spun up. He looked like he was on the drugs. Did he looked like he kind of looked like it was kind of coked up or something? Guests guessing I didn't see him snorting coke. But he was acting like him. Acton lie. Yes, Alexandra Cortes, Casio Cortez. With her pal. Anderson cooper. And they had a fun little back. But you, but how are you going to pay for all this time? Chad just dismisses that pay for stuff come on. When we start talking about paying for stuff talk about paying for stuff. What are we talking about paying for the space force? Yeah. If we're going to build one. Yeah. We do. Yeah. Actually, where he talked very much about that. That's what the congresses for. I don't know if you're aware of your role as a member of congress. Maybe I should go watch that the how a Bill becomes a law thing. I think it's on Al Gore's amazing internet now, I think she could probably learn from that here's one of the things I made a note to myself for over the weekend. And I think we talked about this last week. I think for incoming members of congress. They should be new new members of congress like ASC, they should be required to take the citizenship tests the citizenship exam that new citizens are required to take that foreigners who are going through the process of becoming American citizens take that the citizenship. Test would be perfect for the likes of ASC and her fellow travelers. And honestly, I think if they don't pass it that they don't get sworn in as a member of congress. No members of congress that cannot pass the citizenship exam. Seems reasonable to me. Now, sixty minutes. I think we're gonna play a number eleven and then we got the Castro one of the Castro brothers. Join Castro who disagrees with Alexandria Calcio. Cortez's proposed to seventy percent tax rate for those terrible rich people who are successful because they work hard. And they're smart, and they don't do drugs and cheat on their wives and stay home and drink their brains out and ditch school and all that's like so many of us. And and. I just marvelous. He says ninety percent ninety percent. It's the tax man. It's the Beatles. One one for me nineteen for you the tax man, but they're in Trevor so Alexander Cortez. Then they t- up the attacks. Manderson pooper never cuts her off never interrupts her never points out that she's just wrong, and that it's idiot. Can he doesn't come armed with a stack of responses because she's not a Republican? So they're not teeing it up. I was with a friend having dinner over the weekend. Career military. Officer was talking about an interview he was doing. Coaching a a general for an interview with sixty minutes and the general sat down for an interview with sixty minutes for an Lesley Stahl for an hour and fifteen minutes from that one hour fifteen minute interview, they used they used one sound bite where the general said that there was a study that showed that African Americans aren't doing as well on land navigation courses as Caucasians. That was the only sound bite that the his from an hour and fifteen minute interview. That's why they wanted the interview to get this one. Gotcha. Gotcha. Because they were going to accuse the service of being racist. And everybody's racist accept them. They exterminate forty percent of the black population. Harvests their organs. Everybody else is a racist. It's kind of an amazing moral thing that that we witness, but they. Sixty minutes. People prepared the center of you to sit down with Alexandra custody Cortez. They asked her a couple of straight. Hey, the Washington Post give you four Pinocchio because they can't completely and utterly humiliating embarrass themselves by just engaging in one hundred percent fluff. If it's ninety seven percent fluffer nutter, but they can point to a question or two that make him sound like they're journalists than than they they feel better. I ask tough questions of AFC. No. You didn't interrupt or you can cut her off? It wasn't a Gotcha interview is a fluffer nutter interview. It was all about proper her up and helping to cajole her to where they want her to be. So they they asked say President Trump a races. So sure he's racist Charlottesville. The it's it's really it's all there. They've got Charlottesville. And that's it. And what did she say Neo Nazis, plural murdered now? One nineteen year old mental case crashed his car into a crowd of people in a horrible incident. And he was swarmed by club wielding, Mask-wearing lunatics within two seconds, two seconds count. The seconds watch the video of the lunatic creep killer hitting the crowd of people with this car. But they teed up. The isn't Trump a racist? Oh, yeah. He's arrested because the things that he says, okay? Like like, well, he was talking about the confederate monuments and how they're good people on both sides of the debate regarding confederate monuments, then that was taken by the news media out of context. Twisted an used against him. Hey, saying, these these white people are are good people these racist people it wasn't. But that doesn't matter. So sixty minutes CBS news. They went to the White House and said Alexandria, Cossio Cortez says you're a racist. Mr President, what do you say to that? Because it's all about the polemics that saw is just about the conflict and if it's race than it's even better because liberals love race and racial polarization. It's an old card and the socialist deck, but they've played all the time. So I went to the White House and ask for a response to this twenty eight year old calling the president a racist in response to the White House deputy press. Secretary told us congresswoman Okaz, yo Cortez's, sheer ignorance on the matter can't cover the fact that President Trump supported and past historic criminal Justice reform and has repeatedly condemned racism and bigotry in all forms. So the White House actually responded to sixty minutes with a written statement, and it was measured in kind of polite and the president didn't tweet about her because I would have been a different tone altogether. But this is just perpetuates at plants and nurtures the seeds that Republicans are racist. Forget about us. Democrats standing in school has doors. Forget about us Democrats in the soft bigotry of like speculation about forget about us Democrats and the Jim crow laws us and Jefferson Davis and the confederacy and Nathan Bedford Forrest and the clan. Forget that we are the party of bull Connor and and just forget about all that erase all that also pay. No attention to the fact that we literally exterminate forty percent of the black population in the womb, and we trade and barter in their organs. Forget about all of that. We're just here to tax you take away the first amendment the second amendment trample your right to practice your religion, free speech to sample there. They're in favor of themselves assembling, but not other guys. Isn't it? Great. So we've got now we've got eleven A B C D And the economy. This is this is Alexandria Cossio Cortes on the economy. Anybody saying the economy is going great? We are at record levels. There's a frustration. That says well. Unemployment is at record lows. I don't think that that's host the whole story. Oh, well wage growth is soaring African American unemployment rate the lowest ever Hispanic unemployment lowest ever women's unemployment rate. Low aren't these all your special interest groups by race and genitalia? Aren't you supposed to be supporting efforts that create positive results for African Americans Hispanics and women, and it doesn't tell the whole story? It's this is what these creepy. Democrats always do Pelosi was doing the other day. Well, it doesn't tell the whole story. Yeah. You're right. The stock market been a bit bumpy other than that really kind of record good times. But manderson doesn't push. The matter is is well now, wait a minute and start ticking off statistics ter- because he's a democrat. She's a democrat. They both despise attack undermine Republicans free market, people freedom-loving, people low tax people limited government people. And it's just it's by Roach at this point, they they don't have to talk through ahead of time. The economy's working for who she says. Well, for African Americans for Hispanics for people that want jobs for for women for people wanna see wage growth for people who want to pay less for gasoline. Now, Barack Obama's plan was that your electricity costs would skyrocket. Who does that help? Who does that hurt at doesn't hurt? Jeff bezos. He doesn't mind, you know, that hurts poor people who Democrats have been telling us for fifty years are disproportionately black and people of color PSE. So what President Trump is doing helps on all kinds of levels low energy costs Barack Obama high energy costs wanted high gasoline costs high electricity cross high natural gas costs that hurts the poor all of those efforts hurt the poor. And the Democrats will tell you when it's convenient to do. So that disproportionate number of poor people are people of color, so you're disproportionately hurting people of color. That's Barack Obama stated spoken out. Loud goal for the United States America when he was president to make life more difficult for poor people more expensive for poor people. President Trump didn't create the job growth and economic growth and the wage growth age. He didn't create any of this stuff. Trump did. And these people still every silver lining has a cloud and all that goes on socialism, Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. When people hear the word socialism, they think union Cuba Venezuela. Raila in that you have in mind. Silly. And my policies most closely resemble what we see in the UK in Norway in Finland and Sweden the UK in Norway and Finland and Sweden. Are they going to start paying for their own national defense? Are they going to build up military is capable of pushing back Russia and China and on and on are they going to pay us back all the money we spent on providing now at here, we go from Bloomberg June twenty-sixth to south two thousand eighteen now even Swedes are questioning the welfare state nationalists are getting support as more people complain about these sustainability of the cradle to grave system. With the maternity word when the maternity ward was closed at the hospital, and it is so left district northern Sweden earlier last year two thousand eighteen the nearest alternative was sixty miles away by road. So the local midwives decided to teach expected parents a new skill how to deliver a baby in a car. You know, why because they're shutting down their system nationwide of maternity clinics because they can't afford them anywhere. Paying some of the world's highest income. Tax rates has been the cornerstone of Scandinavia social contract, Bloomberg rights.

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"felicity jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Learn that in the movie she's depicted as a heroic figure a very heroic figure. Because she's not a conservative. All it takes this movie and have Felicity Jones, Felicity Jones, she's very Pretty Woman. She's a movie star. And she plays. The gator in the movie, Felicity Jones does and her husband is played by Armie hammer. Armie hammer is the grandson of Armand hammer of the arm and hammer corporation is very very rich. And and and he's Mr. Hansen. So it's like having tea Leoni play Hillary Clinton in the TV show. Madam secretary it's good to be a democrat because the propaganda machine is just extraordinary. It's just it's a little Golden Globes stuff from last night too. They had an awards show and. Well, you know, how they're they are that way. And this guy this actor that I like who played Dick Cheney turns out, he's an English guy. And he was on last night. He he got a little a little spun up. He looked like he was on the drugs. Did he looked like you can look like it was of coked up or guests, and I didn't see him snorting coke? But he was acting like it. Acton. Like, yeah. Alexandra Cortez Casio Cortez. With her pal. Anderson cooper. And they had a funneled back. But you about how you're gonna pay for all this. I'm Chad Justice. Mrs that pay for stuff come on. When we start talking about paying for stuff to talk about paying for stuff. Why don't we talk about paying for the space force? Yeah. If we're going to build one. Yeah. We do. Yeah. Actually, where he talked very much about that. That's what the congress is for if you're aware of your role as a member of congress. Maybe I should go watch that the how a Bill becomes a law thing. I think it's on Al Gore's amazing internet. I think she could probably learn from that here's one of the things I made a note to myself over the weekend. And I think we talked about this last week. I think for incoming members of congress. They should be new members of congress like a OC. They should be required to take the citizenship test the citizenship exam. That new citizens are required to take that foreigners who are going through the process of becoming American citizens take that the citizenship. Test would be perfect for the likes of AFC and her fellow travelers. And honestly, I think if they don't pass it. They don't get sworn in as a member of congress. No members of congress that cannot pass the citizenship exam. Seems reasonable to me. Now, sixty minutes. I think we're wanna play number eleven and then we got the Castro one of the Castro brothers. Join Castro who disagrees with Alexandria Calcio. Cortez's proposed to seventy percent tax rate for those terrible rich people who are successful because they work hard. And they're smart, and they don't do drugs cheat on their wives and stay home and drink their brains out and ditch school and all that that's like so many of us. And and. I just marvelous. He says ninety percent ninety percent. It's the tax man. It's the Beatles. One one for me nineteen for you the tax man, but they're in Trevor so Alexander Cortez. The attacks. And you know, Anderson Cooper, never cuts her off never interrupts her never points out that she's just wrong, and that it's idiot. Can he doesn't come armed with a stack of responses because she's not a Republican? So they're not teeing it up. I was with a friend having dinner over the weekend career military. Officer was talking about an interview he was doing. Coaching a a general for an interview with sixty minutes and the general sat down for an interview with sixty minutes for an Lesley Stahl for an hour and fifteen minutes from that one hour fifteen minute interview, they they used one sound bite where the general said that there was a study that showed that African Americans aren't doing as well on land navigation courses as Caucasians. That was the only sound bite that the here's from an hour and fifteen minute interview. That's why they wanted the interview to get one. Gotcha. Gotcha. Because they were going to accuse the service of being racist. And everybody's racist accept them. They exterminate forty percent of the black population. Harvests their organs. Everybody else is a racist. It's kind of an amazing moral thing that that we witness, but the. Sixty minutes. People prepared this interview to sit down with Alexandra costs incurred hasn't asked her a couple of you know, straight. Hey, the Washington Post give you four Pinocchio because they can't completely and utterly humiliating embarrassed themselves by just engaging in one hundred percent fluff. If it's ninety seven percent fluffer nutter, but they can point to a question or two that make him sound like they're journalists than than they they feel better though. I ask tough questions of AO. No, you didn't interrupt or can cut her off. It wasn't a Gotcha interview. Fluffer nutter interview, it was all about propping her up and helping to cajole her to where they want her to be. So they asked President Trump erases, ho sure, he's racist Charlottesville. The it's it's really it's all. They've got Charlottesville. And that's it. And what did she say Neo Nazis, plural murdered now? One nineteen year old mental case crashed his car into a crowd of people in a horrible incident. And he was swamped by club wielding, Mask-wearing lunatics within two seconds, two seconds count. The seconds watch the video of the lunatic creep killer hitting the crowd of people with this car. But they teed up. The isn't Trump a racist? Oh, yeah. His arrest because the things that he says, okay? Like like, well, he was talking about the confederate monuments and how they're good people on both sides of the debate regarding confederate monuments now that was taken by the news media out of context. Twisted a used against him. He's saying these these white people are are good people these racist people it wasn't. But that doesn't matter. So sixty minutes CBS news. They went to the White House and said Alexandria, Cossio Cortez says you're a racist. Mr President, what do you say to that? Because it's all about the polemics. It's just about the conflicts and if it's race than it's even better because liberals love race and racial polarization. It's an old card and the socialist deck, but they've played all the time. So I went to the White House and ask for a response to this twenty eight year old calling the president a racist in response to the White House deputy press. Secretary told us congresswoman Okaz, yo Cortez's, sheer ignorance on the matter can't cover the fact that President Trump supported and past historic criminal Justice reform and has repeatedly condemned racism and bigotry in all forms. So the White House actually responded to sixty minutes with a written statement, and it was measured in kind of polite and the president didn't tweet about her because that would have been a different tone altogether. But this is just perpetuates at plants and nurtures the seeds that Republicans are racist. Forget about us. Democrats standing in school house doors, forget about us Democrats in the soft bigotry of log speculation. But forget about us Democrats and the Jim crow laws us and Jefferson Davis and the confederacy and Nathan Bedford Forrest and the clan. Forget that. We are Nepali bull Connor and and just forget about that erase all that also pay. No attention to the fact that we literally exterminate forty percent of the black population in the womb, and we trade and barter in their organs. Forget about all of that. We're just here to tax you take away the first amendment the second amendment trample your right to practice, your religion, free speech to assemble there. They're in favor of themselves assembling, but not other guys. Isn't it? Great. So we've got now we've got eleven aby city and the economy. This is this is Alexandria Cossio. Cortes on the economy than anybody is saying the economy is going great. We are at record levels. There's a frustration. That says well good for who unemployment is at record lows. I don't think that that's the whole story. Oh, well, well. Wage growth is soaring African American unemployment rate the lowest ever Hispanic unemployment rate lowest ever women's unemployment rate. Aren't these all your special interest groups by race and genitalia? Aren't you supposed to be supporting efforts that create positive results for African Americans Hispanics and women, and it doesn't tell the whole story? It's this is what these creepy. Democrats always do Pelosi was doing the other day. It's just well, it doesn't tell the whole story. Yeah. You're right. The stock market it's been a bit bumpy other than that really kind of record good times. But manderson doesn't push the matter. It doesn't say well now, wait a minute and start ticking off statistics because he's a democrat. She's a democrat. They both hate despise attack undermine Republicans free market people freedom loving people low tax people limited government people. And it's just it's by Roach at this point, they they don't have to talk it through a header the economy's working for who. She says. Well, for African Americans for Hispanics for people that want jobs for for women for people that want to see wage growth for people who want to pay less for gasoline. Now, Barack Obama's plan was that your electricity costs would skyrocket. Who does that help? Who does that hurt at doesn't hurt? Jeff bezos. He doesn't mind, you know, that hurts poor people who Democrats have been telling us for fifty years are disproportionately black and people of color POC. So what President Trump is doing helps on all kinds of levels low energy costs Barack Obama high energy costs wanted high gasoline costs high electricity cross high natural gas costs that hurts the poor all of those efforts hurt the poor. And the Democrats will tell you when it's convenient to do. So that a disproportionate number of poor people are people of color, so you're disproportionately hurting people of color. That's Barack Obama stated spoken out loud goal for the United States merica when he was president to make life more difficult for poor people more expensive for poor people. President Trump didn't create the job growth and economic growth and the wage growth age he didn't create any of this stuff. Trump did. And these people still every silver lining has a cloud and all that goes on socialism. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. When people hear the word, socialism, they think so union Cuba Venezuela. That you have in mind. Silly. And my policies most closely resemble what we see in the UK in Norway in Finland Sweden, the UK and Norway Finland and Sweden. Are they going to start paying for their own national defense? Are they going to build up military is capable of pushing back Russia and China and on are they gonna pay us back all the money we spent on providing for now at here we go from Bloomberg June twenty six to south two thousand eighteen. Now, even Swedes are questioning the welfare state nationalists are getting support as more people complain about these sustainability of the cradle to grave system with the maternity word when the maternity ward was closed at the hospital, and it is so left district northern Sweden earlier last year two thousand eighteen the nearest alternative was sixty miles away by road. 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"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Like the personification of the last hundred years of film. Could possibly. Throughout film history. It was it was very much an education. I mean, obviously working with with the his zone, and he'd always allowed so much from him. So I mean, that's what was that. Was. It was amazing about it getting inside track on days film, heroes and heroines and getting getting to sort of see behind the cut, and I guess. Gets one for whatever reason it can't went through rations, I know to end up happening for you. But when something like theory of everything happens for you, and Eddie are you by that time like you've been in the business you've had films that have probably been said to be this is going to be the one. This is the one that changes. Everything doesn't always happen that way. So like when something like that comes around, and you've got a call filmmaker in amazing story, it seems like on paper it's going to be the right thing. Do you go in optimistic or kind of like are you protecting yourself from disappointment? Yeah. I think I think you have to. I mean, you have to believe in the story. I guess what a heartless should you? Wait a little at your life. And if you look at the future young you can't I mean, you can't really predict that. I think there was something in theory. That was quite powerful is is the when when Stephen by necessity has the screen in front of him and communicates who the screen that was something about that. That was tapping into where we all on out. The actually Stephen hawking was aliens ahead of us all because now we all communicate through screens. And there was something in the Madonna ty- of that in the almost the fusion of the human the machine, which he it which he became at the end of his life, which enabled him oversee to continue to communicate that was sort of predicting where kind of where we are now. That took it into a universal spheres wasn't just in the in the domestic space. Also must have been just a joy to go through that expect kind of crazy world when with something like Eddie good head on his shoulders. Tasty. I mean, he we just push each other. And we've just been walking together with Tom hall PO and the three of us would like maniacs. We just couldn't we couldn't leave the until every every stone was unturned and explode every two ration- of possibility. He broke on the film, as you know, his he he got hurt. But you you came out of it unscathed. I breezed if he ribs. Okay. Okay. We'll kind of a famous was. I was talking to him recently about it 'aeronautics. And I was like it sounds like, oh, it's a lovely go. But a hot air balloon. It's little Ron com. This is like an intense tale. Will will they make it the end of the movie? Yeah, it was. It was definitely a child by five. From now or so probably be back here. Hey fee with all my limbs in time. Well, what you're planning the next. Exactly he knows what can happen. We mocking up stuns. Interview. My wife's begging me she wants to go up in a hot air balloon for years. And like we actually went we were going one time. But as the winds have to be just right? Yeah. It's a perilous experience I can I can tell. tell is are saying, I know a lot of could tell you. So would you recommend now having onto this experience? Should I acquiesce to my wife and go up on a hot air balloon? Or is it too dangerous? Whenever again. Not relying on those winds. That's for sure. Really giving me a great gift exactly state headed to the ground. That's what I'd say something that you and both at share which is meticulousness like a real kind of like, you said not leaving any stone unturned has always been the case is that just sort of like, that's that's your method. That's what gives you. Joy in a weird way. Hatred. You're welcome. Exactly. I mean, how are you going to do? I don't trust the people that are satisfied with them selves. Doubted anyone get anywhere really loving. Kids out there. Just accept the hatred yourself and move on. We're all fucked up. Embrace it. I mean, I think I mean, you probably empathize. It sort of perfectionism, isn't it ultimately?.

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Happy Sad Confused

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And that time it was the people who came in. Eddie red Maine was the first puzzle additioning, and then it was Andrew Garfield. And then it was Thome Hodie. Wow. Wow. I know of our school of. Yeah. Coming up in school of active as the different approaches because. Tom hardy one I'm going to be honest. On the other to Tom's a unique character. So have you worked with the end up in that film with you didn't tell them, and I as she worked together we did a TV series called. Didn't make it to the second season cooled cool Cape wrath say that was yeah. That was the we didn't make that film together. But then we did this TV show together. Yeah. He's he's very believable had such different approaches. I mean interesting. So I the first time I think I probably many became at where you was like crazy was the drift Ramos to projects. I guess you've worked with Drake on. That made quite a splash Sundance as I recall was that is that an indelible memory of being at Sundance with Drake. Anton for that. Yeah. Definitely. I just remember laughing my head off all the time with as t I think he did one interview where they pretended to be brothers. What what's my role in? This improv sketch. I think that point where you know, you've been talking about the film days on slightly lose your head. And then they were just kind of going off on it, but of Dandan, but that was cheated to make you the film. It was. I know you've talked about that a lot. But it was it was it was their script for that. Or was it? No, it was just been making a film in England called shell ako, which was a romantic comedy, and was also much of the performance in that film is about timing, and you have to be on the beat to make the job work, and that sort of thing, and then and then I went into like crazy, which was the opposite lit she'd touchdown in Los Angeles. And I was making this improvised film with Drake. And I with the same age at the same. The time we were making it and it felt the three of us. We felt like these pioneers we were really enroll whether we're making it. Exactly. And that and then was there were no sort of. He didn't have to hate your mall or any of that stuff. It was very kind of free form and pretty formative experience. I'm going to be on dancing on the there's a documentary about antone. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Conway to see. Yeah. Yeah. He's still tremendous act. Yeah. Unpack each full passan. So in the wake of that. I. I think we can jump ahead. Of course is something like theory of everything, but I'm curious like before that if you felt like, you know, the, quote, unquote, like big breaks, whatever the big markers and a career because I was going back. And I was reminded that like you had one that actually almost happened that might have changed things a little more prematurely, which was the Warren Beatty project. Yes. Yeah. You were attached to that. Yeah. I worked with Warne on that film about ta I was going to say so. Obviously being filmed get like like, you can tell him. I actually had worn for the podcast, which was an amazing. I can only imagine hours you spent days you spent with Warren. He does not just castle, buddy. He's you're in his life. And it was it was actually fascinating. Because at one point Eddie had also been going to be in the film, a different time and actually Warren Beatty, he it was a real education spending that time with him. And so much of what we've both learned from him. We took into their everything he was very much sued. His voice was in our heads going into that film because obviously you watch films reds his incredible selection of films, and what he gets his always spontaneity and humanity and fused with with technique contending the story. So it was almost like because I didn't go to drama school. That was almost like a bit of an immersion in the school of. I mean parts of filmmaking really just spending time with them and hanging out with his kids and and being with his obviously with the net. Those conversations about films and filmmaking just live from the go talk craft and talk like also has every story known to man, these like these.

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"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Yeah. I think importantly, probably being a bit in some ways, but of an outside to school, and and not kind of finding you'll be or your track and Fenian little at odds. And then suddenly, I came drama club. And we will just such goofs is giving around just love to. So how would you doing a young teach year old to fourteen year old like in the acting game where you like providing for the family where you like, I don't I have no sense of like. See the early like credits, and I'm like with all due respect didn't enter my world. Maybe if I was growing up in Britain. Maybe I would have no he wasn't a kind of it wasn't sort of that full night for me. It was very much just something that I did in my school holidays. And and I always I always wanted a bit of a balance between I did a TV series the worst which when I was about twelve or thirteen and then I was going to go onto the second series on. I remember I was desperate to go on family holiday. We all used to go away with my cousins, and my aunts and uncles, and I was so sad. The thought missing the family holiday that. I decided that I didn't want to go back into a second second. I I. I. News vice family everything your sanity for third season CV show. No one will ever remember, exactly. So I thought instead I'm going to go on the holiday, and I'm going to go back, and I was just thinking about that the other day. And I think he I wonder what that was about. And I think it was all too many about which doesn't sound very jazzy in cool. But it's about violence we come back to the scales. Scales? Justice Ginsburg is maybe that healthy happy way is is the equilibrium. Do you have that sense to this day where you're like I've been working too much like an I need to kind of like preserve. Denying or do you feel like now, you kind of have the natural rhythms? And you know, how to protect yourself and protect your Saturday. And I think so I mean, everyone we will have that battle like keeping identity you want. The you want them to be in Khomeini, you kind of want them to feed into each other. And and Hanis won enough. I think ultimately so so going back to the time line. What's the for you? Remember, the first time that you were working with like actors that you truly revere like an another generation of actor that felt like this is like I'm surrounded by important, folks. And having an having that sense of I think, I think initially the first person I was really taken with. Actually on. I did a thing with the tragedy and the diver it was a female Directa. Cool. Juliette? May I think that's the first time. I saw too was going. Oh, wow. This is really special because it was the first time I saw a woman in that position which I hadn't hadn't come across before. So I feel. It was that was definitely my kind of like oh goodness. This is interesting. Moment. And then oversea along the way you can't help you do become you absorb much. I think from the people that you work with particularly and continue to do. So actually at indefinitely walking with Helen Mirren was a moment I've seen someone who's just cool. The tempest. Yeah. And she was just cool onset, and she didn't Dimona of attention. And she was meticulous in front of the camera. And that she said a bit of a gold standard for me from from. Then not that I was like going around being early publicity. Wait around to Kane. Go away. Did you end of that appear group of actors that you kind of feel like you kinda came of age with its definition. Yeah. I remember doing I good. was going to make this film, which was an improvised film in England. Which was a love story set in the second World War and and. And we were doing dishes for the male role..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"But it's had Diego in recently. Is that something that has changed your perspective on sort of the way? I mean, look it was going amazingly. Well theory of everything that happened at kicked it up to another notch. And you were getting great opportunities. But in the year, plus even know how many years it's been now. But since rogue one do feel like it has it changed more of your professional life where personal life just being like recognized by kids. Now, I think I think definitely professional life. I mean, the the puzzle the puzzle life is I mean, that's we'll mice without cheesy. But when you do have young boys and girls coming up to you at that is something very special in that. 'cause you go you all the future. If you care about these foams, do you have strong strong role models in them, then the world hatefully will continue to hopefully be be a bit of a better place. But I think professionally definitely, you know, have being in a film that has that that wide reach and and that affection for it globally. It definitely gives you more more say in the stories that you tanning in an all to me. That's what I was so passionate about I mean, as you all done that so much of why we do what we do. It's the stories that we put out into the wall that we care about say behind have more control in that is. Yeah is opposite blessing. Did you guys a lot during that press store and your fabulous actor? So I don't know how much you were able to mask it at the time. Like, did you Zayed's before the film came out because as you know? I put this out there. The movies amazing. It turned out amazing. Also, kind of a miracle that it did give all the buzz around at the time. Oh, here we go. This is going to be the one that ruins the track record was that affecting you where you like I'm going to be the face of the Star Wars film, that fails never know. That's what is fascinating. I mean, that's why I think keeps us in the game. How something's going to turn out to even you know, you have the most while respect respected director, and these people, and it can still be a pile of. You never ever know until it hits the screens and do the ultimate do the audience wanted to see this. Do they care about his narratives? I mean oversee when it does click it. It is pretty fantastic. What are you excited for your buddy Diego too? Definitely definitely. And we had we had a really really special time on that foam. You know, as it's on the scale like no other when you walk onto say, and there's about three hundred people it is a pretty tremendous. So yeah, it's it's fantastic to keep celebrating it and special stories, and I'm Cathy Kennedy is really pushed women in the in the scifi universe. You know, was he that is a there is a legacy. I mean coming from films alien, and to be able to continue that was pretty awesome. Let's let's go back for a little bit since we were in my little movie mecca, and we're just getting out here. A little bit growing up more you into what was we're on your walls. What was your passion? Well, it was definitely the the pinnacle of the nineteenth blockbuster. Which we are very similar ages. So we had to. Carnesi? So we would go out my mom would drive us in tiny tiny call. My brother night be squashed in the back, and we drive to favorite cinema, which was about an hour away from from where we live because she liked this particular cinema because of the quality of the of the sound. Yeah. That's the kind of detail that I am. There's not Dolby surround here. It's going to be another half hour, but we're going to make the trip. Okay. Felicity. That's good. To finish file sets the ball high. She exposing you to every kind of a movie or yeah. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, we would this particular multiplex. We were saying the Addams family was. Favor family values. Underrated. Good. I admire that commitment. And then obviously all the well that sprang vent and the MC hammer attract, but then my brother, and I went to imitate the Danzig t really badly. You know, the chicken, Don. Those that want wonder I just saw Felicity do the. Down. I read something some random thing you've been a reference not in the film..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"I was always kind of a liberal and politically active, but like I felt myself kind of like feeling like I had to raise my voice. I feel like many people were feeling that way. And if there is some good to come of these really scary times that. Necessary actions taking place. Absolutely, the if you raise your voice, you can be heard and change can happen. And that's what that's what Justice Ginsburg as without a doubt shown us. I absolutely. I think I think the film gives people such great hope that that you the status quo can be shifted, and you can't fight against that. And how important it is with their money to speeches talks on the film about like it's been like this forever. It's been like this for hundreds of years. Why even talk about it? Well, it doesn't change unless we talk. And then when we change the law. It's like, it's only it only happens if we address it exactly end the conversation, you know, the conversation to start and then you shift things without without don's. What was what was the first time Rian the audience the first time that she was there that she saw the film? I saw the first time I saw it with Justice Ginsburg. It was even interesting saying Justice Ginsburg, I know so well as. So I often move between the two, but we all watched it in Washington together, which was. It was just been a fascinating experience. And it was a very very emotional experience for me, and I were in tears. The director. Yeah. Mimi leader, who's done a phenomenal job of of making the story completely human and completely accessible and understanding who Justice Ginsburg as as a as a human being, you know, all the all the trials and tribulations and not backs. The everyone has to know that she's had those two it's really interesting helpful when you when you look at her now, and and see the position that she's got to. But, but it was just it was very special to see the joy on her face on the on the love that she has for the foam because if one person that you about liking it, it's all the other of us you kinda less while the than than than host. I'm approve you touched on a little bit. But the relationship between her and Marty her husband relate husband is so sweet. And he was clearly. Just a true partner in every way to that must've been emotional for her to see that as as army did definitely. Well, the first time they they screened the film Daniels from nephew who wrote the screenplay. He tells the story that I'm just Justice skins bug bust out of the room the film had finished and she walks out of the screening room, and everyone was nervously waiting and then and then Daniel ton to his his mother. His sister said why is she gone said, oh, she's gone to the bathroom. But it was an she came back, and she said how much she should love the foam. But what was interesting is pops. How move should been to see the foam and be reminded oversee of of husband late husband. And that it was interesting when I went to our appointment, and we had we had coffee together. And she was showing me various things Maltese pots and pans. That's still in the kitchen. They don't get used so much now because. Is a terrible cook. But I'm Monchy showed me pictures of Ramadi and just in everyone the love and respect and the and the just being on the same team. And how you know how if? Yeah. Yeah. We don't get many examples of that. A bit of a different vibe. I'm sure then the rogue one press tour. You don't have a Wiki with you. But you have six foot nine army hat along. Justice ginsburg. I would say has the force in hunt. And you can think of and you'd say who has the fullest. It would be wouldn't it?.

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Happy Sad Confused

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"You must have come away with even a greater appreciation for going to experience without a doubt. That don't. I mean, it was definitely fracking initially paying such an icon and someone as say deeply loved and deeply respected and rightly so even when I was with her last night, we had dinner together. I just I can't help but be overwhelmed and moved by who she is an how she's managed to to navigate her way to a position of power with absolute, integrity, keeping hustle and has self intact. And she's you know, she's continually being in positions of an injustice, and you know, she was in a welder. No one really wanted to be that they can't looking around being my what are you still doing? Hey, you know, this isn't fu- you should be in the kitchen go with. And she she remained and stayed and fold and manage to very carefully and in a very sophisticated way that kept a sense of unity and kept everyone own side. She managed to to change the system and this note, many people who've been able to do that in history. So yes, so looking at those night, I just thought how so lucky to have someone that you in Powell with principals intact, looking up the film and can get the script. I mean, we're you something's must still resonate in terms of these kind of like, micro aggression, small things that still exists to this day. I mean, I feel like if anyone that I talked to probably has been told to smile a little bit more. Yeah. Resonates with you with anybody? I think you will. Yeah. The OT you're tapping into it. It's because I've been thinking about this. And I think what it is is just that slight pressure to be pleasing. I think that something that whistle was still wrestling with a little bit. But actually do more than ever I feel like it is it is it is time to shine with the forces of history, and where they all. It is we're in a time now where we can have a total equality where we can all rise together. And that's ultimately, what the film is about is that one doesn't have to rise to the detriment of another when we worked together as Monte in Reese, did look look what we can do. And look what what change we can affect. And I now feel in this place where where the world has changed, and we all equals and. And that has to be embraced on every level. But it has been interesting screening the film and seeing in the world, and and and some people I think do you find it difficult when they see the foam, and they sort of they find something a little bit. Almost they don't know how to take it that the story ends with a woman triumphing alongside her husband with that relationship fully intact. And she lives at the end. Process isn't how it's supposed to go down in film his chain. It's it's it is no poll so that has been actually fascinating. But that that is the that's why will say passionate about this pudding that story into the world. It's a hardening film. I think it's going to. Like the same way people were like the world needs Mary Poppins right now. We're also needs a true story. Like this a true hero like this. Where like, I think of Justice Ginsburg said McEwen last night. She was putting her late husband saying, I think that like histories like pendulum this gale. Because you know, as we all know these have been pretty rough times last couple years, and if there is a silver lining. It is. I've talked about this on the podcast before like the day after the election..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Nice to be here. It's full of discount. Tell you how nice this venue office try to create by we I mean me and my as you can see so many staff members here personalities huge team. Yeah. Chef you know, it's something that's all start. I feel like in the publicity game eight does. Yeah. Just kind of get back to basics, and it's nice being in such a such a my physical space window with space as she lovely to be around by movie posters because that's what it does get rather abstracts when the talking about film law, you have to remind yourself how much you do love. And you don't just talk about them about one film film until you enjoy lots of does the person talking to do you really like movies or do you like just holding a microphone? What's the slits the truth here? The passion of the movies is the thing that brings me that brings me here today. Without a doubt. Yeah. I I actually it's one of my favorite things to do on on a press tour is to as much as possible if I have downtime just put on a movie, even if I only watch fifteen minutes just to engage with another narrative, and and it's it's the ultimate relaxing to do. And it takes you mind off your own dreadful solipsism and south hatred. Always love cinema watching lately have you caught up are union. The screener season. Yeah. I'm in the midst of it. I am. I mean, the favor is just fantastic. I. Yeah. Beautiful. So he's just such a fabulous taste and everything. And I just I absolutely loved it loved it. So we saw each other very briefly at your Suare last night. Congratulations on the movie on the basis of sexes. Of course. The new one I feel like you had you know, if I wasn't gonna come away loving movie last night, then something was wrong because I was sitting three rows behind Hillary Clinton three rows ahead of Gloria Steinem RV was to my right. It was like you guys stack today. I get it isn't how women that special. It's amazing. Did you get spend some quality time with with MS Clinton? Did I did we own met each other before we went into the screening? And it was a really awesome moment where I was in. I was in a huddle, I was in a puddle with Justice Ginsburg, Hillary Clinton and Gloria Steinem, and if there's one thing that will take away from making this film is that moment that will be indelibly bunt onto my heart and my retinas produce special. Yeah. That doesn't go with film. You've had a few of these. Now, you could probably count theory of everything of one of those kind of special things where it's telling very important Yuning story on this one. I mean Rb g Justice Ginsburg whenever we call her the icon. That is it's it does. It's the cliche. It's feels like it's the right time for the story. But it really does feel like. You know that room, and I feel any room that's gonna see this film. It's ready to celebrate what she's contributed and cellini. I mean, did you come away?.

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Happy Sad Confused

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Onto as additional of happy said confuse Felicity Jones from Star Wars to a supreme court Justice in our new film on the basis of sex. Hey, guys, I'm Josh Horowitz. Welcome to another addition of happy sake and fused, as I said, today's guest, the fantastically talented, Felicity Jones, you know, of course, Oscar-nominated role in the theory of everything and her leading role in Star Wars. Rogue one was rogue one a Star Wars story if I'm getting the official title down, whatever it was called. It was an amazing movie. She was fantastic in it. She's always just a stellar performer. And she once again quiz herself very well playing none other than the Torius Rb G Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her new film on the basis of sex. A very entertaining film from director Mimi leader that is it's a bio pic of sorts. It's not repeat against is higher life. It's more about. Her early days going to wa- school coming into her own a very key a court case that she was involved with alongside her husband played by another happy second veteran, Mr. Armie hammer. They're both fantastic in the film recommend this one. It is out in theaters, and it's a special project because you know, we're living in crazy times. And to celebrate the likes of supreme court Justice Ginsburg is is a worthy worthy thing to do. I had a chance to talk to Felicity the day after her New York premiere on the basis of sex, and I have to say it was one of the more special premieres. I've been to in the audience was Gloria Steinem, Hillary Clinton and Justice Ginsburg herself who stayed for a human a after the film made for a very heightened kind of atmosphere for that premier. But I'm glad I I'm glad I was there. I saw the movie period. But I'm glad I was there that particular night just won't give you some context because we do mentioned her mixing it up with the likes of those luminaries the night before Felicity is just fantastic. She's she's, you know, always very open, and sweet and thoughtful and funny and all the good things, and I'm always happy to see her, and we've never had this kind of a long phone conversation. So. A real thrilled to have her on the podcast. This is of course, our first happy confused, the twenty nine hundred and I hope you guys had a great new year celebration. I'm actually taping this right before the new year. So I'm hoping I had a good near celebration to we can only hope for the best of. But I want to take this opportunity. Look back a little bit at twenty eighteen in film, shockingly, I still I still haven't finalized my top ten list. I'm so damn behind on this guys. It always like stresses me out. I had to vote in like one organization on the part of. So I kind of gave my top five I had to give then, but it's changing every day, and I'm still catching up on films in particular. I have not seen nearly enough of the great foreign films that were released in twenty eighteen. So this list is going to change. But if you're looking for a Josh Horowitz, top tennis kind of list, I'm gonna recite for you things are actually fourteen movies. This is my top fourteen fourteen movies that I really loved in twenty eighteen I'm just. Going to go to you and affable order with as little commentary as possible. But if you share my taste, if you feel like you've ibe with what I like the movies that I loved in twenty eighteen. We're going to be again with everyone's favorite star is born beautiful love story. Very effective. Bradley Cooper kills it in front of and behind the camp behind the camera. Black klansman spike Lee's best films, period, certainly one of his best in many years in a couple times. Fantastic. Can you ever forgive me? I've talked about this movie a bunch on the podcast. We had Richard E grant on absolutely door this movie set nineties New York, directed by Mary Heller, most McCarthy gives a performance like she's never given before just a great slice of life of about New York characters that doored.

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"felicity jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Number. All right. So it's Christmas time, which means movies are out on Christmas day. So what are people gonna go? See? Here's what's new out today in the theaters on the basis of sex. And of course, that is the story of Ruth baiter Ginsburg. She is played by Felicity Jones. And her husband in the film, Armie hammer, Victoria glucose is here. What to expect? It's just a very good bio-pic. It's so that's really it's nothing. I heard I haven't heard anything special about it just that it's very feel good, and it's a solid bio pic. All right. Here's one that's going to be a little more. Controversial. It's advice, of course, Christian bale put on forty pounds to play former Vice President Dick Cheney, Amy Adams is his wife Steve Carell plays Donald Rumsfeld. Yeah. You cannot recognize Christian bale in this movie. And I'm actually really excited. I'm going to go see it with my family. And Adam McKay is a great director. He directed the big short stepbrothers anchorman. So, you know, it's going to be full of good laughs destroyer stars, Nicole Kidman. She's an alcoholic unglamorous and said cop haunted by previously failed attempt to break up an LA gang ESO, kind of a heavy movie. Not really a happy light holiday tail. But if you're in the mood for it. And it's got great reviews. All right. Well, we can lighten it up with Holmes and Watson, it's will Ferrell and John C O'Reilly. Of course, you remember those guys from the step brothers and feral plays LAC, homes and Riley plays. Dr watson. Yeah. That one's Mississippi a funny one, and it's funny that we're talking about stepbrothers earlier without a mechanic excited to see them reunited in another movie again. Excellent. And real quick. What's in the theaters already that people were watching? Yeah. Some that came out on December twenty first aquaman that got great reviews Bumblebee, which is the spin off of transformers which got the highest rate of transformers movie ever if I'm not mistaken amazing to keep that goal. Yeah. You have Mary Poppins returns. Which is always great with the kids. And then you have Jennifer Lopez's second act, which is got great reviews as well. Interesting. Thank you, Victoria. You're welcome eight twenty eight WML's mornings on the mall..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on The View

The View

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on The View

"Small to to tell you that. I'm checking the same thing. I gotta right, right. But a little can I take a second to say a lot of my brother, Doug. Mommy. I also have my nanny Republican. By nanny on the first row Vanessa who taught me how to I shave my legs when I was younger. That's a good tip. Wow. Well, I taught myself in didn't go. Well, really, no. I have to know what happened. She took. My father's razor. And I didn't use any shaving cream. Ooh. And I used some water. Yeah. Ten the rest was history. You bled. I bled. I had scars on my legs. It was a mess. All right. So someone teaching you how to do it? S S anyway. Family didn't talk about stuff like that. Like, I just I don't know. I didn't know I had hair on me. Hey, look down all that show was Brown. But there you go. So let's get to it. Individual one loss another ally. Yesterday, the head of the National Enquirer David pecker claims the paper made hush money payments to the playmate. Karen McDougal, so she didn't hurt his presidential campaign. It was allegedly set up by Michael Cohen was just sentenced to three years in jail. So you know, who just tweeted that he never directed. Cohen to break the law. asked him to do any of these. And he says my calls just China barris the president and get a reduced sentence. It's kinda late now. Right. Just all ready sentence. He was thanks. They don't three years in prison for just casual thing. And also he forgets Trump that they have documents and phone calls. We heard the tape of the two of them about a region came out of thing what we heard him say to to Trump going going to talk to you about the payments and hassle which is the guy who his accountant's which his name. Oh, I don't remember Essel Burg something you're talking about. He'll get the mile white Denver. We'll get the money who is the Trump family's been the CFO for years and years. Yeah. I've always said if they're inches doesn't he mention the pecker guy. What's his name day? David better on American. Guy. But I've always said if they're smoking gun it's going to be with the lawyer, the CFO and with the guy that runs national choir because that is where the money is in the Trump reminds me 'cause I just watched the Clinton affairs. If you haven't seen it, it's fabulous. And I just I learned a lot about what special counsel what they do. And they were looking into whitewater at the time business dealings before the election. And that's when they found Monica Lewinsky, so you cast out this big net, which is what they've done with the Russia collusion, and that is led them here. Well, the scope of the special counsel mandate is pretty broad, and it says crime, you can investigate these particular crimes or anything rising there from and that's why we're seeing all of you know, we're seeing the web go bigger and bigger and bigger, and we're seeing all these referrals who was kind of interesting to me when I read this this agreement between the AM I which is the National Enquirer. They said this. It is further. Understood that this is the prosecutors letter, it is further understood that neither AM I nor this office will disclose this agreement and exhibit a attached to on. Or before November six two thousand eighteen what's the point? So they wanted to make sure that is. To make this information. Didn't impact the. Midterm elections. The implication is they don't want to do what has Dobie Russians Ellen's press conference yesterday. Please you said I've been living in my personal and mental incarceration ever since the fateful day that I accepted the offer to work for the famous real estate agent. My weakness can be characterized as blind wilty to Donald Trump, which always thought was part of his problem was the team around him that seemed to have I remember Michael Cohen doing an interview with CNN. And I believe it was Briana Keeler saying he said who says Trump's down in the polls. She says polls, these what qualities of all of that all of the polls are saying different things. He was so even like in the face of obviously, you know, pulling was different. But he he was he was obviously a yes man from the beginning campaign, and I don't know how you live in a mental incarceration under a candidate..

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"felicity jones" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"felicity jones" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"The venue just be ripping off the laws world i was that what happened yeah but i've all bloomed goes because julianne moore as girlfriends on the island just would've had her there and so instead of this sort of prim white businesswoman in hugh yes she's sort of a bit like him and she's become a bit obsessed and she's trying to save them and whatever i don't know no heels this movie she got rid of the heels well let's huge achievement for the heels were her idea really yeah she in the director terp trevorrow had no idea why she wanted heels by the way this was directed by j bayona who did a movie i love and i think you like to call the impossible with you and mcgregor watts about the hurricane that hit the philippines i never saw is really good but the orphanage in a monster calls he also directed a munster cool that's the movie with felice felicity jones monster calls and he'd the kid creates i could see that because they were elements of that in the second act but it was written by trevorrow and his writing partner yet offend here's the thing you know what's funny is that you talked about the the film about the the sunni do you know there's a line in the film when emmy what says look for the help is when this when this trouble or crisis look for the help is that is a line from mr rogge's she said that as voice to children yeah in times of crisis look to the help is how'd you make that i had no idea or member when i watch the film it really struck struck out and then through we'd synergy those that connection but yeah i said this is just no there's no wonder there's no magic nation in this movie and we're gonna end up turning into planet of the apes and apparently there's a africa reddit seeing that we missed out on well i mean with a bunch of you know really people just being terrified of well it's tear it on attacking the paris paris hotel in vegas going down tech the trump hotel paris new york new york my bed this is just paris right you know i thought it was a big mess it hasn't got great writing it was we get great lines from one moment is seen just ends because james cromwell goes mob blooded medicine gets wheeled off gets wheeled off like way to make ted levine ted levine collects teeth because he's crazy like peer pasta way he's a bad version of vincent offer knows character from drastic world who is a bad version of peter pasta wait in the lost world right yeah i mean i'm not like a huge jurassic i know good movie what do you call jurassic park fin parke's parke's yeah i'm not a huge party but i really loved the first one great and i like this i think jurassic world was better film than fallen kingdom yeah i don't know i don't know they were parts of this that like i wasn't super disappointed because my hopes weren't that high to begin with i didn't think the gothics was interesting but i mean the roof was from the second movie the fricken there's women's from the third movie there's like of course pterodactyls going to pick somebody up and drop them you know what's the difference because you mentioned this before like i like things in style wars that feels star wars in certain things that philip style was dogfights in space yeah sand of fight is the buzz of a lightsaber assay before it so this sort of visual firms visuals yet but but not whole sequences i get you know like it's a little thing of course you want to sound like a tight fighter whatever that is great of speaking we didn't talk about cocoa cocoa makes it appearance in mr rogers koko the gorilla the mr rogers dot com sweet sweet they were.

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