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"isa ray" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"Just the men today. What's up Ryan was good temp and and just Leo back with us again. Jenny is nowhere to be found because there is only about two women in the fillmore covering today so she decided not to even bother because one of the women in the film happens to have one of the worst performance in the history of film. That's been kind and if that teased it in hell. We are covering the thirtieth anniversary of the godfather part three after we covered goodfellas last week. I figured let's book end April with covering the to mop films of the nineteen nineties but before we get into that. Let's get into the news because there is a lot to cover news wise. This Week I off the Rock in Isa Ray or joining forces for an HBO show on backyard wrestling. I kinda dig it. Backyard wrestling twenty. We've had a lot of shows about wrestling especially recently with the big show and that made event movie. We've never had a real calm. I think it's going to be a comedy a real comedy about a backyard wrestling. Yeah true right. Have you ever backyard wrestled. When we were kids. We used to go down to the track mats and the High School and we used to just beat the crap out of each other. They're that's the closest we did the backyard. Leo I can assume you have never backyard. Russell's no dude so actually my me and my boys had our own league like we had like a title. We have a we all in on this federation. Yes you're GONNA love this. We call the Batman League Nice..

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"isa ray" Discussed on The View

The View

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"isa ray" Discussed on The View

"Matt it's your midweek motivation. Because the view is live New Hampshire Burns. What what does Senator Bernie Sanders? Victory at the New Hampshire primary main for the future of the race and America. Our campaign is is locked just about feeding trump it is about transforming this country Olympic Dream Star. Nick Kroll Kroll on his last appearance on the view Isa Ray and Likud stanfield on their picture. Perfect Valentine's Day movie a superstar are surprised that are co host even know about and the winner of the Westminster Kennel Club. Dog Show is taking a victory lap right here. It's time for a Hump Day hot topics with your P. Joy Behar Sunny Halston and Meghan McCain see. Now let's get things started out the beautiful thank you. That's how you know that I'm done. I finished shooting The staff thirties over. So we we all the extra five pounds off. People said that they kinda like the visual. Look because this is a while and I'm done with that and onto rehearsal for London. Yeah some very excited about that. I'm really sat. I want to be in the show in July was due July and all of but now. There's a reason reason I to go to London. Maybe yeah really. Well you know if you don't marry well you gotta work often But Not really. Well.

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The Oscar noms are out

Celeb News Ride Home

04:08 min | 1 year ago

The Oscar noms are out

"All right. Let's just dive into the nominees for the Oscars. Isa Ray and John Show announced them at the early hour of five eighteen. Am this morning. And now I'm going to read them to you right now. Oh okay the best picture. Nominees are Ford versus Ferrari the Irishman Joe. Joe Rabbit Joker little women marriage story in nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite for parasite this is actually a history making nomination. This is the the first ever. KOREAN BAST picture nominee. Okay here's the directing. Nominations Scorsese is nominated for the Irishman Todd Phillips Phillips's nominated for Joker Sam Mendez is nominated for directing nineteen seventeen Tarantino nominated for once upon a time in Hollywood and Vong June. How is needed for parasite just in case? You didn't catch it. Those are all male directors. No female directors got nominated this year. Okay here's the nominations for actress in a leading role Cynthia Areva has nominated for Harriet Scarlett. Johansson nominated for marriage story. See your shirt. Ronin women is nominated for little women. She's actually the youngest four time Oscar nominee in history. Now she's only twenty five. She's gotten four nominations. Pretty Cool also nominated donated. Is Charlie's thrown for bombshell and Renee Zellweger for Judy. Who is my personal favorite? I mean everyone in this category I I think is fantastic but judy is for some reason. My favorite movie of this Oscar season I just. I don't know somethings like broken in my brain because as I feel like I'm the only one that thinks judy is the best movie of all time but I fully acknowledged that my taste in movies is you know not normal anyway now for actor in a leading role we've got Antonio Banderas for Pain and Glory Leo DiCaprio Aka. LDC is nominated for once. It's part time in Hollywood. Adam drivers nominated for marriage story. Walking Phoenix is nominated for Joker and Jonathan. Pryce is nominated for the two popes oops. I'm sorry we're going to get to the snaps later but I have to say I can't believe Adam Sandler didn't get the best actor in a leading role nomination like come on uncut gems tmz is so good The two popes guy beat out. Adam Sandler Tam okay now for best actress in a supporting role we've got Kathy Bates dates for her part. In Richard Jewel. People are actually talking about how her nomination is one of the surprises of this year's nominees. Laura DERN got nominated from marriage story Scarlett Johansson has her second nomination for this supporting role in Joe. Joe Rabbit. Florence PUGH got nominated for a little women and Margot Robbie got an obligation for bombshell. Of course we all know. I'm a big flow pugh Stan. I mean hope she wins this category so bad. I'm at the point if my like Phantom of Florence Pew that have started following like Florence. PUGH twitter stanton accounts. I can't wait to see her. And Zach braff on the red carpet. Please please take Zach Braff to the Oscars come on Florence. Please all right now for best actor in a supporting role. We've got Brad Pitt for once upon a time in Hollywood al Al Pacino for the Irishman. Joe Patchy for the Irishman. Tom Hanks for a beautiful day in the neighborhood and Anthony Hopkins for the two popes. So I'm I'm not gonna read the rest of the categories You can look them up online if you want but the big winner for the nominations at least is the joker which has walked walked with eleven nominations. Next place is the Irishman which has ten nominations nineteen seventeen also got ten nominations. So did once upon a time. I'm in Hollywood denominations and behind that Gioja rabbit got six total nominations. Little women got six total. Nominations seem with marriage story in parasite recite which also both got six

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Even in Real Life, There Were Screens Between Us

Modern Love

10:23 min | 1 year ago

Even in Real Life, There Were Screens Between Us

"Caitlin Dewey was a senior in college orage when she thought she'd met the man of her dreams and then she decided to spend some time with him in person Isa Ray who recently starred in the movie little reads Caitlyn to his essay even in real life there were screens between us crawled up at the foot of my bed. My face inches from the laptop screen. I stared anxiously at Google. Chatterbox will is typing. The box told me helpfully force myself to read email. I waited for his message. Then I refresh rush my twitter feed scroll through my blog post and began brushing my teeth. Still the box said will is typing. Don't you dare get hurt by this. I met at around my toothpaste. This was a stupid idea and you knew that from the start but recognizing the stupidity of falling for someone on the Internet does not prevent you from doing it. My friends net a college radio. Dj Chats constantly with some music bloggers. She met on Tumbler. My friend to one who lives in Los Angeles days up until after three to talk to his London base girlfriend and I had just driven nearly eleven hundred miles round round trip to visit. Will I guy I met in October at a web journalism conference and got to know almost entirely on skype. I I noticed him across the table at a noisy hotel bar will own thick black frame glasses but no hairbrush comb traits that lent him the look of a basement bound attacker. If you've ever attended an Internet conference you understand how Pale skin thick glasses and scruffy hair can be attractive otherwise I can't explain it to you you in either case I liked wills weirdly overconfidence smirk and his obsession with wordpress he regaled me with the merits of plug ins and PHP until I became tired and went to bed. I'll find you on twitter. I joked when I left. I didn't expect or even want to see will again again after that weekend since he lived three states away further facetime seemed unlikely. I followed his twitter pose with detached curiosity city in January G. Chadha me to complain about work then he got drunk and message me again sometime near midnight as I uploaded photos. There's an otherwise wasted bandwidth with obvious sarcasm he wrote. Do you have that skyping. Kids talk about these days. I I've read that. Ninety percent of human communication is nonverbal skype capture that ninety percent on a low resolution video camera compresses it funnels it to a node computer and reproduces it on a screen anywhere in the world skype eliminates distance. That's why it works and and that's exactly what it did for us with my skype screen open and my Webcam on I. viscerally felt that will was sitting a food away on my bed. Ignoring The Times the picture froze or his voice cut out. I thought he looked in sound exactly like he did in person sometimes times when he leaned into the computer to read an article I'd sent him. I could see the pores on his face. We started video chatting for hours every night. Uh He from an ascetic all white bedroom me from the cupcake print corner of my studio apartment I learned that he ate takeout for every meal and slept a series of identical White v Neck t shirts and smart with one side of his mouth. When I said something clever I knew his preferred coding languages his least favourite content management system and his general hatred dancing small talk and girls in bars one one night when we talk too late I fell asleep with my laptop open and woke up seven hours later tangled in cords and he was still there asleep been the light from an open window paling young and pixellated eventually he stirred link at the camera and said Hey you. Hey I said easily. How did you sleep as the weeks went on. I told you about my last boyfriend. Agai admit in psychology class and dated for almost two years. He listened quietly his glasses reflecting my image each from a computer and gave good clear advice about letting go. I can't remember the last time I met somebody that smart and talented in ways. I certainly certainly wasn't he told me about his ex girlfriend who never appreciated his work and I texted him from classes. When I was frustrated or bored in the safety of my apartment I could see well but I can touch him. I could summon him when I wanted to talk but I never knew him in any light of in the one from his bedside lamp. This phenomenon worked in my favor as well. You know I could call him after a few drinks thanks when I felt sufficiently talkative and social I could avoid him. If I had videos to edit or blog post to write I can say whatever I wanted and risk awkwardness renews because at the end of the conversation one click of the mouse would shut him out of my room. The irony is that we flocked to the Internet for this type of safe sanitized intimacy but we want something entirely different in real life or irl is a popular term online parlance at Internet at conferences like the one where I met will twitter exploded with people celebrating Iro meetings. Oh so nice to finally see at so-and-so. Iro If so and so. I can't believe we hadn't met IRL yet. The Internet brings these people together with Hashtags and message boards but it it never satisfies them. No matter how much you love someone's blog or twitter feed it isn't there post you actually want and so so slowly cautiously will and I began circling the question of what it all meant. I really like you. He said one nine after getting home from the bar. I really like you too. I said I don't know what that means. I I wanted to find out so in early. March I rented a car begged my professor presser to let me out of Class A day early and drove five hundred forty miles to spend a long weekend in the mid sized city where we'll when I got closed closed. I called my friend to stop where I fix my makeup and Chew Gum and generally tried to calm down. Whatever it's terrible I demanded what if he's nothing nothing like I expect in fact we're was almost exactly as I expected them. Lips straight knows ooh small. Hayes allies classes. He stood waiting at the side of the street while I parked my car going forward and back four no word back until I nervously got within two feet of the curve. We kissed on the cold blustery sidewalk as the win with my thoughts around mostly. I felt relieved. I thought this works in real life. It's means something but after we kissed eight pizza and went back to his house we struggled for things to talk about in real life will start off off it nothing while we talked in real life. He had no questions about the drive or my work or the stuff that waited for me. When I went back to school. He took me out for dinner and read his email. While we waited for our food he apologized profusely but still checked his websites traffic stats while we sat in his living room mm-hmm he took me to a party at his friend's house where they proceeded to argue for hours about web design while I sat on a futons tonic stared at the ceiling drunken board and terribly concerned that I look thinner online at points. He grabbed my hand and gave me a small apologetic. Smiles seemed like a strategy game a constant dance of reaching for me and pulling back of intimacy and distance a real life and internet make believe on the last day of my visit will overslept. He rushed around around the apartment with his hair. Wet Tie tied looking for his laptop. According to the plan we made the night before he would go to work and I would leave when it suited me dropping his spare keys in the mailbox in the front hallway where I stood rubbing. My eyes will hug me goodbye and told me to drive safely. He struggled for a closing statement. It was great to see you he said at last I didn't leave right away after I showered packed and studied the books nearest fireplace a set for a long time at his kitchen counter trying to work out what happened. I didn't like being surrounded by his things. I I felt more comfortable in my room with my things and with his presence confined to a laptop screen. I wrote him a note before I left. Dear will thank you so much for having me this weekend to spend time with you. In Person I signed my name left on the counter. Then willing myself not to cry. I dropped his keys in the mailbox walks and gundy home

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"isa ray" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"But now, I think we're at a point where we're kind of finish up a little bit with the same people telling the same stories that you come out of the gate exasperated at the sort of topical problem that has nothing to do with whether or not in the land of women works as a movie, and I don't think that it's illegitimate. But it isn't just the pro- the thing that I noticed was that it wasn't just the movies, right? It's like every avenue of culture has some version of this problem. And that was the thing that I felt was to me a kind of a crisis of of thinking, and it isn't so much that the thinking being done about the way representation in ident-. Ity work in popular, culture, and other art forms isn't valid. It's just I'm kind of frustrated by like what we can in cannot talk about because the value of the change that is obviously happening, and that, you know, all the people who wanted this change to happen are excited about is too high to then say that the thing that has been given to us in the context of all this change is in very good. I hear that. I don't know if that's really how it should work. But to be fair. There was a point. I'm thinking specifically, I will I will offer boomerang as a as a case in point boomerang is an Eddie Murphy, romantic comedy, starring pretty much every famous black person from nineteen Ninety-two except maybe Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman. And it is it's about Eddie Murphy trying to choose between, Robin. Givens and eventually Halle Berry. And there was so much pressure on this movie to make money because it was the first. Yeah. I mean, the first even nominal romantic comedy to starve only black people. And there was so much pressure for this movie to make money. So that somebody else would get the fall in love with that Murphy. And a different movie. It just seemed it did shouldn't matter that this movie is an entirely successful as a romantic comedy. That pressure is old it's older than boomerang, and it's real. And there really is a case for a movie, not working, and then you sort of get the whole opportunity taken off the table because it's deemed economically, not viable. Well. The the reason I ask is you have a moment in. I think it was in that morality war story where you're talking about being at a dinner party. Oh, yeah. And you're talking about the show insecure starring. Yeah. And you're watching, but like I'm getting a little exasperated here, and some other member of the dinner party is like, what are you talking about it? So great that like she's on TV and has a show you should be happy with people like her never could get on TV before. And I was wondering in that moment. Like how you deal with that idea of well, this is important that that people's stories who are not previously on TV are being put on TV. Like what happens when those two impulses run into conflict with each other. I'll never forget that night because it was one of the like, I have a real I don't know everybody in this room feels this. I don't know if you have this. My the thing that gets my blood pressure from whatever normal blood pressure is to whatever a bad blood pressure is is being misunderstood being told that the way that I am feeling or thinking is not how I'm actually feeling thinking. So like if you said, I didn't like this movie. And I was like that's totally bullshit Wesley. You did like that movie. That would bring you to full boil. It's even worse than that. It's like you can't say that you don't like that movie because XYZ so this guy was telling me that I could not. I couldn't say what I was saying. Because ISA Ray is a black woman and to say this about ISA Ray is I mean blasphemous is too strong for what he meant. But I think that he he understood what I just took to be true. Right. I know how special ISA Ray in this moment for this TV show. I know how special these things are. But I also think that none of this stuff that we call equality works..

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"isa ray" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

Girls Gotta Eat

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

"They got their hair dyed like whatever it is. I mean, even like ISA Ray on insecure first season. She I think she was twenty pounds by season two. You'd see yourself on TV you become a celebrity, and you're like, I got to change the way I look and like I am so confident, but I just I don't know I have always Instagram followers. Now. Like, I people just when you start to get that it gets in your head. And you're like, should I fix something? Like should. I do something with my hair. Should I get a nose job? Like, it's weird. What it does? And I don't think anyone can escape it. I think every single person you watch kinda rise to notoriety your fame in some ways starts to feel like they need to change something about themselves. It just gets in your head. Yeah. Like, I need to look this way. 'cause I fans or something. It's weird. Well, I just don't think people are inundated with the way they look that the way that maybe like, we are somebody is photographed a lot. And. Yeah, it definitely breeds. Insecurity. And like you also have to like, I don't particularly love looking at photos of myself. And so yeah, it stresses me out. And you know, I'm the first person to completely admit things that I've had done. So like that's teach their own like, I did if you get a job. You you owe it to anybody to say you got a boob job. But like, I get both talks. I get it every few months. Yeah. It makes me feel good. I feel like it's just like preventative. So I just got it on my forehead. But like, I'm very happy to say that I'd do that. I go to laser away. I like it a lot. It's clean. They're all over there. All day. And I got years this summer, which was way before we started doing live shows it had nothing to do with that. But always been sort of insecure about my teeth, and I lead with that, obviously. 'cause you smile. Yeah. I went to wasn't even gonna talk about. I went to a doctor marines, Dr Bridget in the west village. I was really really frightened because I just really not. I mean, you were even like, maybe. Okay. Like, yeah. I'm gonna go back, and I'm going to tell my whole journey, but I like the fucking set journey again. I liked it work here because I wanted to dress this anyway, and I think people should be open about what they had done and someone deemed us and they wanted to know about your veneers. And if you don't veneers or intense, your data file your real teeth down. So there's no going back like there's no you don't get your real teeth. I want I feel like people need to know that I didn't know that your teeth are gone. So you commit to veneers for life for life. Yeah. They completely like reworked my smile they laser gum line. So like, my issue is that like my gums were really high around my frontier, and then they like worked as high around the rest of the team that just smile, it's a bummer. For me and thought about my whole life, and I met this girl that I really liked because the that's fantastic. And she made me feel really comfortable, and it's really intense. It's a lot of surgeries. It's not just one surgery. I think it was like four surgeries. Yeah. Out of my birthday was fine. So came to dinner. I know you really is it really is pain free. It just takes a while. Obviously, you get novacaine. You always we want somebody that you trust too. You can really check their work. It's shellman dentistry in New York City. I love them. I think they're fantastic. But yeah, I mean, it was scary. When I it's one of the best decisions I've ever made. And now when I see photos of us, I'm really proud of it happy or white. I just yeah. I'm really proud of it. I'm always happy to talk about it. That doesn't mean that anybody else? Does anybody that information if you do it? But I I'm proud of just say like, this is something I didn't like about myself, and I dressed it. I think everybody can just know deep in their heart that like these celebrities in the Kardashians, and everyone that looks like them had stuff done and most people have had rhino, plastic, which is an job most celebrity seven, no jobs..

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"isa ray" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Because a we subscribe to us weekly, and we have to make the most of our subscription. So because last week because us weekly is essentially, a a template and every week they just like plug names and pictures into the exact same magazine. It's very formulaic. There's a lot of the same language does a lot of the same content. So it's easy to sort of fill in the blanks on a magazine based on just very like missiles, miniscule amounts of information. So knowing that we make a game out of it. We caught last weekly we make multiple choice quick questions based on things that are in the issue of the magazine. I have not read this issue off Lizzy is not read this issue. I made questions based on what I saw on it. Let's begin as usual. I'm not really going to keep score. But I'll other general sense of how well Lindsay is doing. We begin with who were best Lindsey. Unfortunately, won't have the pleasure of seen the two outfits that are in contention. But based on us, weekly's readership, and her knowledge of pop culture, she should know who typically wears. Capital is best. Please play along who were best east GRA Lawrence or ISA Ray ISA Ray, he's array word best. You're right. I looked up east girl Lawrence. She's just some English model. She looks like you like put hate paneth's here at Porsche Dorsey like in the machete like adding that who are best Bella Hadid or Emily Radic hausky. Bella hadid. Sorry. It was rutkowski. I'm surprised to surprising, honestly, considering who were best Travis Scott or Kanye west Conney. That's true. Who are best jasmine tooks or Mariah. Carey. Jasmine tooks. She did right. Like did not wear it. Well, at all I had a feeling. Yeah. Exactly see you can do this without the photos who as do it Dula peop- or Kelty night. Duleep Dula people are best. Yeah. Who are best hailee Steinfeld or Kaya Gerber? Ooh. This is tough because as a model, but Haley is better liked Cailing Paoli. Exactly. Yeah. Got it. You got. Okay. Because usually it's the model like you're like, oh, unusually would say the model were best because they are their job is to wear clothes. Sometimes you're like us with is like like who is that? Well, I don't know too skinny like also, let's never believe those percentages. That's like we went to Rockefeller Center. The work. I mean, ever done the work. I'm going to read a caption, and I'm gonna leave. I'm leaving out one of the names. And I'm going to see if you can fill in with this new who do they were friends John Travolta calls blank, one of the greatest entertainers of all time is that one of the greatest entertainment of all time pit bull Adele Konya west or Blake Shelton pit bull. It's Pitt bull today were friends John Travolta calls pit bull. One of the greatest entertainers of all time. Okay. John Travolta would call Pippa one of the greatest entertainers in real time..

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"isa ray" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Do you think I'm not mad at her? She's got a wonderful. They have beautiful kids. I'm not mad at you. But you can't go in and say, hey, you got to rebuild the black family. Why didn't you go in and rebuild a black family? Like, wow, why was it that something that was important to you? Now, you could go in and say the importance is having a father in a home. And look I have a father in home. That's something you could say my husband is in the home, and he takes care of our kids. But the black kids are going to be looking at you like, yeah, you didn't marry one of us. You didn't even pick a black, man. How you going to know about the struggles that the black man has to go through not only to making. But also to make it in a marriage to be a good father to kids to be a good role. Like, you don't even have that experience. So you can go in and you can try to make an about married you can go in you can make it about having a dad in the house, but how do you build a relationship focused around rebuilding? Black family when you didn't do it. And that's the same question at posted a black progressives that that wanna be all black power black power black power. Dislike y'all making fun of Don. Lemon because oh, he's all black power white people suck yet. He got a white husband. How is that possible? As the same exact logical question that I'm accident about this. How do you go in and make that argument? Nice Tien you there. How do you and make that argument when you don't even do it? So staying over there where ISA Ray and say the best thing for black women to do as to that, you know, worry about founding a black man and Mary outside find somebody else. Do you wanna be that cold and that mad at the interracial aspect of it? But don't go into racial and in combat telling me about the importance of the black family. Get what I'm saying. Yes, I'm not looking at you very seriously at that point. I'm kind of laughing at you at that point. Because black women have a whole bunch of shit. We gotta deal with black men have a whole bunch of sick that they gotta deal with and best recipe poss- deal. What it is. If we deal with the shit together. So whatever I will deal with all the comments to come after. I'll just have to deal with it. I stand on that. And I don't back them into in mind, Astana, a stand on that. And I don't back down. I don't care who you. I don't care Mary. I'm not gonna hate don't you marry somebody else, but please don't go into racial and then come back and tell me about the black family and importance Larkin. Larkhall cultural issue to address I mean, not saying that that one person is right or wrong. But you're still bringing up a reality of what people are thinking. You can't do outreach or speak to people. If you don't know what they're thinking right at all. It's a fair conversation. To say, well this marriage. Let's go on to the next. All right. General Motors announced closing hands from plants this week the laying off fifteen percent of the workforce. And immediately all the Trump haters started tagging me in this. As a rebuke of the president for starters. Trump aside GM salesman down about eleven percent. Then cancel about four cars. They weren't selling including Chevy Cruz because no one was buying not because of terrorists f four they cancelled most of their cars because the trucks are the ones that are in. Now the money that's being saved for the salaries. They're going to go to the company rebranding itself to work on self driving cars in the moment that was announcer stock shot. So as point out that. That this is not a Trump issue. But this is a GM management issue. This going on here. That's wanted to correct. This new cycle because we're going to be hearing this clear through twenty twenty at least. That's what a lot of the reports have said that this is going to hurt him an election time. Well, it will because he decided to be the commander and chief of economics. He wants to put his hand on a scale, and I believe in free markets..

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"isa ray" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast

The Thrive Global Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast

"Company, and they were also concerned about a lot of other things like selling the company. So I decided that I would try to create a space where I would have a direct relationship with an audience. Through my social media channels primarily because seventy percent of people now get their news and information from social media and try to create a daily diet and a touchstone for people who follow me about the important news stories and also through video and through a daily publication, which were in the process of of actually putting together now. And additionally, you know, I also saw that brands wanted to be associated with high quality content as the advertising landscape has changed. So I'm working with brands I respect like Proctor and gamble. A company. That's really put a stake in the ground when it comes to gender equality environmental issues. And even did a short film about the talk about mothers talking to their African American sons about driving while black, and they really impressed me with the work. They're doing. And there are other companies that I think do want to stand for something. They don't want to just sell, soap or shampoo or cars or life insurance, or you know, all kinds of products. I think they want to stand for something you saw that with Nike and the Colin Kaepernick ads, and I think increasingly they want to be able to associate themselves with high quality, storytelling. So that's another aspect of the business. And that's how getting their came about. I said to Proctor and gamble. The metoo time's up movement is super important. But how else can we inspire young women and show them the way and give them some advice on how they might achieve success. So we profiled six women who I admire who I think achieved a lot of success. Eva Chen on a garden. Isa Ray Boza, Saint John Bethany Frankel and Jennifer Fisher who started a very successful jewelry company. And we sort of talked to them about how they got how they got there. And so those are the kinds of projects I'm looking for things that will inspire people elevate the conversation and make them think, and we just started this summer. So we're on our way to hiring more people and getting the word out and launching a lot of different projects and also being associated with documentaries. And that was such a long answer. I'm so sorry area. I love it. Because everybody knows you're amazing history. And I wanted people to know what you're doing now. And I think you're onto something big because Browns really want to be identified with adding value to people's lives, not just selling products. And we just finished a campaign who did with being around Pantene. And because there was that game study that shows that only one in ten women feel good about a hub. All these women are here. Now, are you feeling good about your hair?.

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"isa ray" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"Mainstream to the first two C's. Or mainland is what I should say. First. I have to get HBO against. But I want to ask about like one the being vulnerable in that room, which like that can be such a rod emotionally raw show. But also, so funny. Yeah. What is the atmosphere in the room? Is it? A typical writers is a pretty typical writer's room room is super diverse. Isa Ray is in the room. And I think it all starts it does all star from the top down. I think ISA Ray. And she said isn't any of us publicly? If you ask her what she enjoys more writing of the show or acting of the show, she's like writing hands down because we have so much fun in that room. I mean, like like it's a crazy amount of fund that we have in their room. We laugh we share. But I think it all starts from the tone. She created. And then the right is that we have. I mean, we have a really really good time there and the rule is really diverse also, which which you know, which was a really cool thing. Even though our show speaks very specific black experience the black LAX. So much of what we're trying to talk about our relationship issues. And also a lot of workplace issues, we spent a lot of time thinking about and talking about what is going through at work, you know, because her romantic life, you know, sort of it is what it is. And then her friendship with Molly, you know, any any one can identify with friendship issues in workplace issues. And then there's a specific point of view about being a black millennial that we also want to talk about, you know, and so all those things, and but it's also so universal. I watched that show. Like, oh, my God experience that I wonder if that's even part of the conversation or you just like is that just assumed as you said like this almost goes without saying that the universals in the specific. Yeah. I mean, not really I mean, we, you know, HBO kind of lets us do it's funny because like I season we did feel like the little show that could. So we were just like we can just do whatever we want guys we have. Unlimited amount of time, which I now have seen that that's a luxury HBO, you know. Yeah. Right. Your show. Yeah. We love it. You know? And then, you know, the show hit, you know. But for me, I think we we always want to make sure we are having a conversation within our show because I- writer's room can get very heated about just issues, and we'll have topics we'll discuss things, and I they called me they called me so soapbox been in the room. Because if you talk about something that I feel strongly about and then the room is a largely female in. So all the women will will start getting year girl, we agree about this all on the same page, and I'm like well. I love I love to prod them. Just then I would always do this. Well, as a gay, man. It was it was. So we always found I know a lot of rooms run this way. But the things that get the biggest heated discussion, we know you have to put in the show we had the conversation about oral sex and black women versus white women or non black women was a huge huge week long debate about when do you do it is it acceptable? How you know what I mean? And we were like never knew there was such varied opinions about it. You don't. But there's so many layers to it that we were like, well, this has to go show. That's really cool. All right before we wrap up mix tape when this is premiering it will be on net. Flicks early twenty twenty which is the crazy net. Flicks. Why go three I know. It's insane. So it's. We right until the end of this year, we shoot next year. It's ten episodes. And then I mean networks has so much amazing programming that you're just like we'll just stand in line and they're doing an amazing job. And it's extrordinary their Netflix. I I don't I don't know that you could work for more lovely intelligent thoughtful kind artists. I don't know how they ended up on that side of the screen like that's the business. But..

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"isa ray" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"This kids who now they were saying in college, like some of these kids knew before games it'd be kicked out of school. It's like this. This is a Senate. This is a new eight Senate. You know what I mean? And this isn't even taking up space at a restaurant counter lily supposed to be on this field instead of standing. You know what? I'm gonna just sit down. I'm just taking it typically night. Nobody's going to these stores like week can be out here right now. It doesn't is frustrating because like, wow, does have a tank through. I think about some of the city is like, well, my, they live in a place that is so small so small. They only have. I used to be piggly-wiggly and a Family Dollar, and yet they're, they're police force, has a talent. John Oliver has a whole program out of people should go look it up the militarization of the local police to real thing. It happened. There's a surplus of of 'cause we spend the most money on our military more than the next. I think it's eight countries combined like the next combined. Yes, it's like we're number one and in terms of all the countries in the world whose it's like us number one. And then it's like the next eight, two through eight. If you combine how much they spend, we still have that more than they all serve. How do you have a tale, a WalMart? Oh, a piece of place, but you gotta tank. Podcast, but I'm just saying this and then the so the only thing to say, I don't have to say this. I'm sorry for saying what I wasn't feeling ISA Ray. I wasn't either no purpose in it. It was a stunt casting who it was a stunt. It did feel like a stunt casting, and it did feel like she's she's flexing her muscles. You know what I mean? She she, this is she's done. She probably insecure. She's done insecure, and then she's done. Movie hope to help it probably get like the fact that she did it affect the compo the Regina hall. The role that she had was like, okay, cool. She's she's a speaker. She can do that. You know what I mean? Like it was like the funeral. I was like, we don't need. Isn't good, and it's totally not fair. It's totally not fair. But I was thinking about her about her speech announced thing about the two speeches. We in black has been like the one at the. Beginning and. Hawkins and then Harry Belafonte and I was like, that's what they were trying to do that did not have it wasn't, you know, hey, not happy. You know what? There's a lot of positives for instance. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm just, I know there's like I have to say this, but I know there other people out there who are like us radio. The only one now now they're probably much more of you who are like, I love USA Ray you, but you know, but. By the way. I also love. You know what I'm saying here? So here is one thing insecure. I love it. I did like ending. It was very tough because like the whole fire thing happened, but I just wanna talk about right the sun and well, good God, the fire thing. The fire thing was interesting was like also come into whatever also the right. All I did, and I, I second, I thought toast kids are gonna murder. Really. I was going to help out about the di- also even get into that point. The reason to go to this or as the cops shoot like tear gas. Now, have you been pepper sprayed tear gas that should burn right in the back that in the very frontline, there's three kids. Matter of fact, the camera shows one child happy balancing as the protest coming. Right? So police still seeing these kids shoot teargas, right? They gotta go to the store. The the neighborhood guys try to help them out..

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"isa ray" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Of what he's going through as a copy in the situation. You have Regina hall as her mom Caja. Apple who's on Riverdale plays her boyfriend who's not used a lot in the movie and ISA Ray who people off from insecure at the Mackey place, her uncle that is like this gang kingpin of the neighborhood. And I think Ryan I had a lot of trouble with that character, and what is his role in this story. And how the movie ends. It's interesting because I've started to read the book I started a while ago. And then I had put it down because I had something else I needed to read, and I never have picked it back up again knock because they don't want to have the time. But when I think about what I know of the book. There really is the benefit of seeing the situation through the eyes of the characters that you are focusing on and knowing what the thoughts are right. And I can see how I almost think it's important to have both the book and movie as a companion because there are things you were going to get out of the book that you can't get out of the movie and the opposite is also true. Right. And so I always I'm I'm always hopeful that when people choose to see a movie that is based on a book that they do take the time to also read the book because they think it sort of completes the picture for you in the best way and a movie like this that is so topical. That has such issues about race police brutality and all of these issues that go into this for her systemic issue. We were talking about are the movies, the like black clansmen or Mon might or twelve years of slave that experience movies that I think tell this. This story better and more pointed way, you knew coming out of black klansman. What Spike Lee wanted you to get out of that movie? And it was very very clear, and that's why that movie is the best movie of the year. Right. One doesn't quite get there. Because it's kind of generic and away. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So how many tickets because I think at its base level it will affect teens, and I think people talk, hopefully, okay, if you have zero action movie, the Nazis and talk to somebody about that. Exactly. All right now. Finally, we have to get to this. Because everybody's talking about a star is born. Everybody's talking about. And let me tell you. I've seen all four versions avatars born we talk about it on a new episode of the podcast, Paul shipping because I'm podcast one mytalk when I was on one dot com. And.

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"isa ray" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And I just wanted to say if you look on a Lexus has Instagram. She retweeted your tweet. You look amazing. You look great. Clean up. Pretty nice. Do you are a key? What's that? Agreeing. Yes. Someone from high school commented on my photo. Instead, I spent a higher shoe from you. No like, I was at Bamiyan. So, you know. Yes. Jake. Jake, you might have already answered it. But other than that this is us cast. You're there you're on the red carpet your. Other than that. This is us cast what who caused the biggest roar of the spectators. Did you notice who goes? Has down hands down the queer eye guys like. Girls. Everybody wants a picture with them. Everybody's like even we were like, I sort of know Jonathan a little bit. And I was like the moment you see them all together just holding hands. You're just like trading cards. You want a picture with all of them? And then the other person. Of course, I'm sorry. I have to give them a shout out rupaul and. Yes. Oh, yeah. That was a beautiful just does it all and you still you're still doing your podcast about rupaul drag race right Jays? But obviously in the in the summer off we have just been covering any topic about anything. I think we have to wait till January. But I was really happy for them. So that was the case. I mean, you know, us we try to be positive, but it's all asked us in a very diplomatic way. Was there anybody that was a little disappointing because you, you know, fashion, you know, fashion. Very well. Is there anyone that not not in a mean way? But you were like, oh shoot. They didn't quite they were a little disappointing to me. Yes. I mean, you know as good as it is to make the best dressed list of also fundamental worth stress list. Let's be honest. I expect more from ISA Ray from insecure, and I didn't really like she was wearing this jumpsuit that. It was like just a mess for me. It was like a pretty blue. I just didn't like it. Didn't do anything for me. I did not like Betty gilpin from glow, which I love she plays the liberty bell. But she just wore Mike the salmon. Yeah. Nothing like it was pretty boring bliss didn't look good. And then the other one I guess I've always kind of had a problem with her. I don't think she's ever really had like a red carpet moment, Alexis Bledel, I feel renaissance in her career after Gilmore girls would Handmaid's tale and hire someone to dress. You. You can. She was like that show. But like all the actresses on the show are so high glamour, you're nominated. You should not be wearing like. Show.

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"isa ray" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"Isa's Legua love him. But you know, I'm supporting him right now and it's just not a good look. So. That's the dynamic she's got going on with their that. It's like she loves him. She's kind of resentful because she feels like he does lay on the couch and not do anything. He's got his education is a smart guy. But he hasn't been working. So. You know, there's usually. We usually know how that story ends. So, but I'm going to say there's twist and turns with this story deafness, I'm gonna tell you how that ends or if ends at all, but. It's very interesting, very cool. One of the cool things about the show. Is Lisa's perception of pupil how they perceive her as an African American woman. Her bosses JoAnne played by Catherine curtain. And she's nice and she, she's nice and she sincere and she runs, we got you all based company and she puts a lot of faith and trust into ISA Isa's characters, ISA d I s. So. Molly. Is not happy with their dating life. She wants to find the right guy. But when you watch the show you find that she's kind of picky. High maintenance, but she doesn't think she is. ISA, you know, loves Lawrence, but she wanted is ever going to work again. Get off the couch. And what's cool is when you see in a moment, like what she's upset about something she'll be like an bathroom mirror and she'll start. Just going off. Which looks in the mirror when you go off, you think that's what she said out loud, but then you find out? No, that's just a daydream. She had met applies. To work as well. And I love CNN where you see what she really wants to say, how control she is and what she actually says. Is very fascinating. The shows like exit to half hour long. It's really good because it gives you the another female perspective on how things are and how they should be. And the chemistry between Yvonne origin. ISA Ray is amazing there they play. Best friends like very well mollycoddle east of the..

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"isa ray" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on The Read

"Classy so you know just have a great time thanks coming oh i am who was asked last night i don't remember i don't remember sean hannity's karma what was that the podcast i'm here right i am blue ivy's intuition i feel like it's always scharping point that little girl knows shit should so let's not waste too much time blackhawks tonight percival shot to the new peabody award winning isa ray she just picked up a peabody award for ill secure i mean everybody loves it security is just great so the deserves fantastic i love i go back and watch the nice for what video maybe at least twice a day yeah yeah no playing still on my favorite part yeah she's so cute and so smart so successful i'm just so proud of ethan everything and her style is like this whole ass room but then i be as 'cause i would see y'all and again my nerves band you get the point sees everything very proud of her a peabody known like okay damn some kind of fancy white people award not totally sure what is what it sounds very classy oh fun body and a hill patrie yes all that another very wide award pulitzer lamar just got the album sudi trying to decide if this is now my favorite kendrick lamar album but i'm going to arrest my understanding on that for a bit and see what i come up with but i i say so black folks arguer winning awards doing fantastic big shit shit.

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"isa ray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Women in television we think of women like marlo thomas mary tyler moore and lucille ball is paving the way in the industry and then we think of people like murphy brown diane english and roseanne barr for bringing flawed but likable quote real women onto television and then now we have both face names like shonda rhimes isa ray and tina fey depicting the female experience as difficult without labeling women as difficult and then just generally broadening the range of stories they get told so opportunities room and in television have steadily expanded over the years but where are we now are women being offered dynamic leading roles are scripts being written and directed and produced by winning author joy press here to talk about all of this her new book is titled stealing the show how women are revolutionizing television it's published by atrium books joyce been writing about television for more than fifteen years she was the chief tv critic the village voice and the books culture editor at the los angeles times joins thanks for joining us today thanks for having me so you call two thousand fifteen in particular a triumphant moment for television created by women what what happened in two thousand fifteen well twenty fifteen was a moment when there were a sort of a small delusion of shows created by women that were sort of female centric had very central female characters you had shows like transparent and orange is the new black and inside amy schumer that were really getting celebrated and getting awards and girls all of these shows had become very visible and it was a it was a moment when it felt like things were really changing in terms of both women's power on television behind the scenes and in terms of the range of female characters and portrayals and and really since then it's it's actually exponentially expanded i mean there just has been kind of nonstop flight no of like really creative experimental shows by women what was that surge twenty thirteen about that i just something happened in the time space continuum why did that start to happen well i think some of it is is a trend i mean.

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"isa ray" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Do things differently gap racer nef soluble let's just a bit from the hbo comedy insecure its creator and star isa ray was recently nominated for a golden globe for best performance by an actress in a tv series musical or comedy both ease array and the show have a huge loyal fan base one of the major highlights of insecure is how good the actors look onscreen you haven't seen it the show plays with shadow and color and light in a way that makes the characters really pop and glow and it is that is very rare for actors of color who can sometimes look washed out or or cloaked in darkness on film why is that because a lot of the time they aren't lit properly it's one of those technical parts of making a movie or tv show that once you notice it it is incredibly obvious and important eva berkovski is the director of photography on the show insecure and hear from the best of q she is speaking with tom power about giving actors the lighting they deserve i'm good hi thanks for having me as a pleasure so there's been a lot of there's been more love and excitement for lighting intimate graffiti on the show than i have ever heard before in any other show red it's crazy yeah why do you think people are responding to you were i think people are sick of seeing people of color late like it's an afterthought i think that people are ready to see themselves um celebrated for all ranges of skintoned not just sort of like blanket lee looked at in one way while you know all the lighting is is tweaked for the lighter skin non onscreen are in the show and certainly that's not how i approached the show and not how anyone approach the show i'm we get to do something kinda hard because this is a radio show can you give me an idea of what the show looks like sure well the show is set in los angeles so in every way shape and form we tried to bring the environment in so that means the sun is very in town.

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"isa ray" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast if you're marketing predictable it should be because results shouldn't be left to chance that's why smart male marketing is based on science in a digital world people responded the tactile nature of male more than ever they pick it up they read it what's more they act on it study show direct mail consistently drives customers online and in store that's predictability a marketer can get excited about smart meal marketing makes success predictable learn more at canada post dot c a smart male marketing you may remember that some of the biggest award contenders of 2017 were tv shows that focused on people of color such as blackish atlanta master of none for a lot of viewers it's not just the stories told on these shows are reporting it's also how these shows look i know his black women equivalent lot of things that used us we feel visible visibly work we feel pressured have the perfect relationship i'm trying to do things differently i think that they come jeff gray certain as soluble let's just a bit from the hbo comedy insecure it's creator and star isa ray was recently nominated for a golden globe for best performance by an actress in a tv series musical or comedy both ease array and the show have a huge loyal fan base one of the major highlights of insecure is how good the actors look onscreen you haven't seen it the show plays with shadow and color and light in a way that makes the characters really pop and glow and it is that is very rare for actors of color who can sometimes look washed out or or cloaked in darkness on film why is that because a lot of the time they aren't lit properly it's one of those technical parts of making a movie or tv show that once you notice it it is incredibly obvious and important abor cough ski is the director of photography.

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"isa ray" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"isa ray" Discussed on Here & Now

"Well there's a few things first off i think there's a thirst for new voices in there's a thirst for new stories uh and so um you know isa ray has always been on as been on the radar in hollywood for a long time as someone who has unique voice and is funny and compelling and hbo took hbo few years to figure out how to assemble a creative team to work with her to really make the show a successful and in its to their credit that they did that uh also i think we're finding that um that there's a hunger for diversity and television people know that there's a diverse ruled out there they wanna see it reflected in their tv screens and finally i think the tv industry has recognised that black consumers have a lot of power they disproportionately watch more television then why consumers and indeed hbo's audiences i think is something like 22 percent black so they they know they have to create some shows to service that audience because it's a loyal audience at a time when um you know people are cutting the cordon you know people are going away from cable you know by folks in black women in particular are still watching television you need to create shows that speak to them so if it so great eric and had so revolutionary how come it didn't get any any nuts that is the question of the moment my friend i forget a lot of critics were scratching has i you know i think the simple answer is that there was a ton of competition in the categories that she would have been nominated in and beyond that i think the show is still kind of an under the radar kinda thing i mean it's so weird because um you know hate to make a would weird allegory but a lot of times we only talk about things that are related to black folks when we're talking about how black people have been victimized there have been held back and now we're talking about insecure because it didn't get any nominations amd because people seem to be overlooking how good the show is it is really great.

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