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"jamie dornan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tell us about that, Dean. Yeah, they have a new movie that's called Wild Mountain Thyme. If you have ever been to Ireland, it's going to bring back amazing memories I've never been and mostly what this movie did was make me want to go and experience. The incredible beauty that you see in this movie. It's set in county Mayo and the kind of agricultural part of county Mayo on which to two adjacent farms. Have neighbors who have always kind of had a crush on each other. They never there a little bit dorky, a little bit misfit, E. They don't really They didn't really know how to act on their Attraction to the other neighbor. It's Emily Blunt and Jamie Dornan, who star in the movie on It's just just a gorgeous movie Little a little difficulty at first to get through the thick brogues on this, but After a while, you kind of get the pacing of all that. I did Assume call with Emily and Jamie last week, and we talked about their quarantine, including My my last encounter with actual physical celebrities. Emily and her husband, John Krichinsky, Emily, This is like a pandemic full circle. You and John where the last actual human beings that I sat down and talked to before before the everything was shut down for quite place, too. Wow. I have those interviews like some. Yeah, sitting on my desk. I can't believe we shook hands and we touched on everything. We did it all back then it was It was a crazy time back in the face. So what? This has been a crazy pandemic for you, hasn't it? Because concerned for your family, obviously, but this whole thing with John His viral sensation. Taking off must have turned your household upside down. It was a bit of a wild horse in the house for a while, but it was a wonderfully sort of Positive one, and it really injected the house with a sense of purpose. I mean, I truly was wafting around making banana bread while he was just like doing really incredible things and It was the only thing he did for from the moment he opened his eyes a moment close them, and it was Unexpected and rather extraordinary. What happened with it? You know, there really was Jamie about you. What? It's your pandemic Been like, Have you been baking banana bread also I was spreading some good news, but just not so publicly. I feel I gotta crack it. Banana bread. I'm sure you know, I think like everyone, we will choose that so much time rounds. We tried a bit of everything. Yeah. You know, I'm similar situation that you know Emily and John with young kids, and you know, it was kind of everything from the sublime to the ridiculous looking after them during that time, you know on, uh, had some unbelievable moments and some of the hardest moments I've ever had as a parent. Yeah, he has kids that are, you know, like between seven and 10 years old. So does Emily Blunt and John Prison ski. So you know, for those of you have been e learning with your kids and you know, trying to figure out what to do with your kids. Celebrities had to do exactly the same thing because they couldn't get baby sitters and caretakers. And you know things like that during the pandemic, we're all in it together. Also this morning once again news about Tyler Perry being more than just charitable. I have to become friends with Tyler Perry get in line because he loves donating his money. Probably not two loads like me, but to good causes. He sure has for people who are hungry and homeless and Now he's donated $100,000 to the Legal Defense Fund of Kenneth Walker, who was the boyfriend of Briana Taylor. Uh oh. Walker is being sued by a Louisville police sergeant who claims that Walker's shot him in the leg. During a raid at his home last March. Walker said that he fired because he thought the house was being broken into by burglars. Because the he says the police officers did not announce themselves. Police say that they return the fire, and that's when Briana Taylor was shot and killed. But in the lawsuit, the sergeant is claiming severe trauma, mental anguish. And emotional distress. And Tyler Perry is come to the aid of Kenneth Walker to help him hire lawyers and defend himself. And I didn't hear it yesterday. But David Franz working for Steve presents this morning and tells me Dean that you saw that BG's documentary. I watched it over the weekend. I thought it was more than just fabulous. It was It was awesome. I couldn't agree more. I was just flipping around. I forgot that it was on On and I was flipping around, and Ah, I saw it. I saw it like the second half of it. And then when they repeated it, I watched the whole thing again. On and not only did it bring back a million memories of you know the songs and You know what you were doing back in that era, but it just reminded you how multifaceted the BG's were with, you know, they are instantly labeled as the disco guys. From Saturday night fever, But the range of the music that they mostly wrote themselves and produced is everything from you know folk to country to pop. And that certainly includes R and B and dance music, and they certainly did lead the way you know, with the disco movement back in the late seventies and the early eighties, with the tremendous success of Saturday Night Fever. I loved how they were telling stories. How how these songs were built, you know, physically put together and the phenomena of it all. You know, they would put it together right in the studio, and they didn't. They didn't put those Saturday night fever sunk together. Really? By seeing the movie. I mean, they were just working on that stuff anyway, Right? Yeah. The music came first. Yeah, that was amazing. And They have this all mostly, just like, you know, sort of acoustic versions of staying alive and night fever and more than a woman. And if I can't have you, you know all all the songs that became part of this that they built into this. The music came Before the movie came, and just there was the perfect storm of you know this popular movement. What an odyssey. Their life was. It's on HBO. And there's Ah segment in there where you see Steve Dahl and the disco demolition. And, uh, it's it's a great documentary. By the way, will you tell me how to get HBO? Max? I'm very confused. I have HBO. I thought I'm supposed to just get it free. And I don't know something's wrong. We need to. We need to just hire somebody. What they call it the patrol. I forgot what it's called. Like the We need to get a nightie person that just lives that you're the geek Patrol the geek Patrol, which I'm just, You know, Somebody just needs to live in your house. I'm gonna moving. Apt to that. That would not be a terrible idea. Then Dean Richards, listen, you gotta just to figure everybody. You you see everybody you come in contact with has the virus and then act accordingly. Right? If you think you're being careful, be 10 times more careful than that. All right. Well, good to have you back. Thank you. It's Kelsey tomorrow. Yes, sir. It's our holiday extravaganza on the Kelly Clarkson show. Oh, what.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"I think <hes> and and really fits the story well in the setting well and <hes> i again. I do really like killing murphy. Don't always love jamie dornan but i think he's good in this and <hes> one thing that's i had the ending of the movie again. I won't totally spoil it but there is a showdown at this church where the last remaining members are holed up in the upper parts of this church and <hes> there's this huge there i go into a huge shootout and while i completely i'm sure one hundred percent that how many people they are able go to kill before things happen is over-dramatized. I looked up and apparently there was a force of seven hundred and fifty nazi. What's he soldiers. Were armed swarmed this place now again. I'm sure how many they actually take out. It's like an inglorious bastards situation like it's it's a little overdone done but <hes> it's really well shot nevertheless but that's crazy thank a force of seven hundred and fifty just to take down these few <hes> agents and so yeah and so that part is realistic. Although the execution of it again is not <hes> totally but still pretty pretty enjoyable the i i really like. I think it's a pretty underrated. I'm always up for a good assassination of nazi. I mean who who doesn't love that. <hes> and it's weird like there's been a lot of those recently. It's like it's becoming a sub-genre. I'd say has been since yeah yeah but i think there's been a resurgence yeah in many ways but also research into nazis so sadly yes satellite yeah and so that i think it's probably one of the better one of those that type of film so then i think lastly and like i said i did watch some of peaky blinders and it's a fun show..
"jamie dornan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"America, I'm Hugh Hewitt. Thank you for listening. You may have missed this yesterday. And all the news of Jesse small, Latin Brexit and Israel this from the New York Times, Andrew Marshall, a Pentagon strategist who helped shape American military thinking on the that Union, China and other global competitors. For more than four decades died on Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia. He was ninety seven his death was confirmed. Jamie Dornan, his executor, Mr. Marshall is director of the office of net assessment with the secretive futures of the Pentagon, a long range thinker who prodded and inspired secretaries of defense and high level policymakers virtually unknown among the wider public. He came to be revered inside. The defense department is a mysterious iota like figure who embodied an exceptionally long institutional memory. Well, I'll betcha wasn't a Yoder. My next guest, Admiral, James Stavridis, former supreme allied commander of NATO former in. Under of southern command thirty years in the service of the United States navy Admiral good morning now with the Carlisle group, but often up early with me. Good morning. I you must've known Andrew Marshall. Extremely well. Very sad to learn of his passing. I think appropriately it was announced at least publicly by Representative max berry who is the head of the House Armed Services committee, Hugh, it's impossible to overstate the impact that Andy Marsh on defense strategy over the last four decades now unpacked that I civilian audience because I'll betcha they've never heard of Andy. I bet you they have. No, I I never met him. But I have heard about him for years. I bet you they don't know what the opposite of Neta segment is and the IBM maybe even of defense department strategy is alien to a bunch of my listeners believe it or not the department of defense thinks a lot about strategies. So he say assessment what you're doing is looking at your opponents and looking at yourself your resources, you are looking at what you want to accomplish. And how you are doing essences strategy. Great. It's and ways and means where do you wanna go? What do you have to do to get there? And Andy Marshall was a master at looking at that balance. And I'll give you two practical examples one is in nuclear weapons, cold more unspoiled. It was Andy who came up with the basic theories of how we could apply deterrence in the nuclear world. And then Secondly is the Cold War came to an end any sawed before any of us, the rise of China and became very central to creating the strategy. That is just now kind of edging into public view this balance between the US China. So among many other things nuclear weapons in China. And then lastly back to the Yoda allusion. He was someone who mentor people like ambassadors out Callans as the current negotiator who solving the problem. We hope in Afghanistan, he was a mentor, Don Rumsfeld. That's how far back you see that. It's really remarkable that a lot of Americans don't understand their some patriots who just serve and servants servants serve. And Andrew Marshall was one of them. I was on the Nixon library on on Tuesday on Monday, excuse me, that people learn I'm going to take place back over in July two system the legacy project, but I met bug McFarland on that day and former national scary McFarland adviser McFarlane was they're giving a seminar too much grad students, and I went in and listen to seminar for about fifteen minutes. You talked about two things the opening to China how that was run out of the NSA and the initiative how that was birthed at the NSA, and you know, he was at the NSA with Nixon for China, and he was at the NSA with Reagan for STI, but I'll bet you Andy Marshall had a role in both of those initiatives. And in particular is STI because he came out of the RAND Corporation which worked, which of course, is a think tank you've worked on that in the very early stages in again, the Chinese functionality that he drove into our strategy was just remarkable and obtain another thing inspirational to all of us his longevity in his seventies. And eighties and nine he was still absolutely firing on all cylinders as one of the most influential defense thinkers in the nation ninety seven years old yesterday when he passed away just an amazing career someone someone's got to have a symposium on any Marshall. Let me turn the more practical immediate things Admiral Stavridis because it gets you once a week to talk about some of this. Of course, you were the supreme allied commander of NATO. So you know, Europe as a single military unit Europe is falling apart. It's breaking apart. And the Brexit debate is going to break Britain, or it's going to break the e one of the others. But what do you see when you watch that slow burn? Jacob me. Margarite today, saying half, a blow is better than no bread. In other words, take the may deal. What do you see happening? I think they should take may deal. Let's back up for one second year. I point Europe falling apart. I it's not just brakes think of it. Geographically to the north. The Brits are pulling out to the east. You see the polls in the Hungarians who are moving away from Brussels, very strongly into the south talion, led by prime minister are among the most anti you. And then in the center, you have Macron in France who was under extreme pressure because of yellow vest protests, and you have Germany wear wounded Angela Merkel is finishing her term. Those are the two twin towers of Europe are hold this thing together. So yes, the whole picture is falling apart to breaks. Brits are unbelievably controversial in kind of incompetence looking moment as they cannot as nation figure out what they wanna do it appears at this point. Let's just stop the pain take the Theresa May deal. It's not perfect. But they voted to get out if they really wanna get out at the best they're going to get through. Now, I'm reading from the times of London as we speak. It's where I begin because they're so ahead of us in the news cycle when I get to the studio. This is what I start with Boris Johnson last night. Join Jacob rees-mogg in warning of the growing risks than another defeat would mean Britain remaining in the EU Mr. rees-mogg city now back MS maze. Deal subject to support from the DUP. The prime minister has been told however that she must promise at a meeting with Taurean piece today to quit before the second stage of the Brexit talks. That sounds to me like the lead campaign is getting realism pragmatic realism infused into their choice right now. Indeed, factoring into all this, Hugh. If you've seen the recent polling, it shows that a pretty solid, but difficult to fundamentally predict maturity appears now to went to remain, and I think the those who want to leave are concerned if this thing drags on much longer the imperative to do another referendum will rise. And I think the depart crowd are getting very concerned. So so add that to the pressure. That's on forest Johnson. And that wing of the party to take deal. Now put on your Carlisle group hat per second as a sort of investor Maximus and management. Guru is the UK going to be a great business partner for the United States going forward? Or is is your advice to try and find opportunities for your money to work in other parts of the globe? Post. Brexit posted the media. Assuming the deal passes. Deal. Passes Britain won't be hungry for US is for all lot of obvious reasons. So there will be deals to be had the problem will be if you go into Britain, you're gonna you're gonna have more difficulty getting into the car. So as an investor you kind of have to head I think Europe is still big Europe. If you will is underrated as a place for US investment. I think you're gonna see flow in that direction. But the bottom line is it's going to be Asia that's gonna benefit small everything weeks. Talk about gradual unraveling the European project if you will the idea of this one huge global common market is unraveling in Europe, and that's gonna create more opportunity in Asia. And I would watch particularly to India. I think this century is going to be more about the rise of India's in the rise of China when all set interest. We'll come back to that in future weeks. I I have to close though by talking about Israel with you because the secretary of state your friend, Mike Pompeo yesterday. Talking about the Golan Heights and the president's decision to recognize Israel's annexation of Golan and the massive tank battle fought there in nineteen seventy three and Nixon's intervention in the um Kapoor where it was a great speech that Pompeo gave it a pack. However, they're on the brink of war right now in deputy minister Orrin was on yesterday saying we don't need a war with Gaza's HAMAs right now, the real threat is in the north. That's a second attempt by Iran to get us to look the wrong direction. What do you make of that situation? I think that's a pretty good analysis by the Israelis in limitless back up to the Golan for a second. Anybody who has walked ground up? There is my army general purist would say will tell you that leaving aside the politics of this. It is militarily impossible for Israel to give up the Golan. It just exposes the entire flat low utterly vulnerable tech in manufacturing center of Israel to say nothing of the entire population. So they're going to hold onto the Golan in terms of where they ought to be looking right now, HAMAs in what is happening guys is your it. It's a tactical problem this strategic challenge without question is to the Newark, especially as you, and I have talked about is the Iranian consolidate this swath of territory that runs from Ron to the shores of the Mediterranean, just north of Israel. Go line is going to be crowns. Zeroing that strategic challenge for Israel on that note, Admiral, James Stavridis. Thank you as always for a great conversation following that stavri Jay on Twitter and follow him here. He comes back and makes the world a little bit clearer for us every single week. And we appreciate when he can do that. Thank you Admiral time for me to tell you again about food for the poor as we head into the final three days of our food for the poor campaign. I wanna make one more appeal on behalf of the starving. Children and families trapped in the humanitarian crisis in Haiti triggered by the unrest in February. And if you think your gift larger small can have a huge impact just listened to Becky who has volunteered among the poorest of the poor cannot imagine. What a now doesn't Haiti the water situation. People children little children coming in with dysentery, so severe your money changes lie, and the people who donate I want every person is given even a dollar.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Jamie Dornan and Stanley Tucci. Wow. Okay. Cool. Great awesome. So what else what else that we had? We had some housekeeping to take care of top. What was it? Oh comments. They're just the comments Sherry. Sherry, let's let's clean my house. Was there any comments? Is there? Anything else to talk about now? Okay. Thank god. Because I was sick of it. Okay. Okay. The title of the anti Lennick Fung that is the lead to of. I'm sick of it. What is the son code? Like, you're asking literally the wrong is it called a private life. It's called Roz with the one. I put the sees a private life anthem. Why kidding? What would that be true? What? Oh, my it's our dash. I e I y es like rise stop it. We have several serious calls get into here. We go. Gli first time caller longtime listener, I'm just calling 'cause they will listening here at the and about the conversation bow Jamila, and and I think a lot of inter secret valid, but I also like the Tim research when I first started watching the place, and he is really interesting story. She did not always be to be this like super thin beautiful woman when she was at the height of career, the BBC is when she was other heaviest and she was like heavily bullied, which is why she is so passionate about it. So I just wanted to bring never so the added this is hunger station, she has gone through like a lot of stuff yourself. But obviously house she's like stunning. And then, but yeah. All right. The spice context, we didn't have on the show Jamila Jemil's childhood. She was bullied she had body issues. We didn't talk about this. So we just wanted to play that because we missed it on who that new listeners. We miss things a lot. We miss things statement. Also good place got renewed for season four. Thank god. Did you see that? Yeah. I thought that show was like limited because they were like they knew how was going to end or whatever that's what I thought too. I just hope I love it so much. I hope it in soon because it's love it so much. I hope it ends how no I agree. I will smartly if they ended early, and they don't keep going is AI it like, it has an ending in mind. And that seem far often if you wanna if you want to keep going like spin it off or something like into something new. What's our next? Call a whole. This is amazing. This is like finding to soulmates like I love when there's only two there's one call that does weird thing. And then there's they're like, I'm probably the only like, this is a crazy thing. And then like another call does the same thing. And I'm like, I need to bring you guys together because your soulmate. So can you just play these two calls back your back? I who weekly. I definitely thought when you were talking about Toni Braxton and Birdman that you were talking about Toni Braxton dating Michael Keaton. I had to Google because there's no radar data. They're not for another person. I did not know that. I thought you'd get a kick out of that. Okay. Thanks bye. Hi who weekly? This is kala. I'm calling from Melvin I literally just had pause. The last episode because you're talking about thirty Braxton dating Birdman, I'm like in my wife alien brain. I thought you. Keeton, and I'm like on my light giggling maxed in Michael Kate likes coming out with nothing guy, should okay. Good flown. Michael Keaton, Batman fine. I just love when you search Birdman the first one that comes up is burn man the movie, and then Birdman the rappers so very respectful to. Because everyone Birdman came out. There were a lot of ever seeing people putting Bergman's face on Birdman. Poster. Like, what is this about bird man, when I saw Birdman I forgot it immediately. So like, I just burn Kuzma lasting legacy and Birdman. The movie is like what did I just watch? Bad way, hate meadow. I know I know like flames on the side of my face..
The Watch - Reviewing 'The Bodyguard'
"Now I am joined by Juliet Littman to have a shot about bodyguard. Okay. Julia. I've watched on episode five I have not watched episode five, but I'm on episode five. And so this will be a spoiler inclusive episode taking in the first four episodes finished bodyguard. Yes has finished bodyguard. Cayenne, I on the money team with her eyes on Monday when I sit she said, did you watch bodyguard? And I was like watching episode about how about you. She's like watch all I detest around that is nothing wrong with it. In fact, it just makes me feel ashamed as a television podcast her. I wish I had more. I'm like, what do I do? Now. That's a great way to start it off. Yeah. What an incredibly paced show such an amazing like return on investment. You know, does it remind you of homeland. They reminds me of how I felt I season homeland me tale. It's like a feeling I have a TV feeling. I haven't felt in a while, which is exhilarating siding. So I think they I I'm curious about. This. I came to you this morning, and you know, in the third episode of the end of the third episode of bodyguard, they're huge spoiler. Warning. We're spoiling force even sow just one more warning. Here you go. There's an explosion at a speech that the home secretary. Julia Montague extra secretary secretary. How did I sit home state, which is call her mom? There's an explosion at a species giving a college and she passes away from her injuries. She dies from her. She blows. Yeah. It's not funny. No. But I found myself immediately just kind of being like that's not why I was watching the show. I was watching the show because of the central tension between David and Julia, and this idea that they could be so politically and sort of philosophically apart. But so close together in other ways till you're saying you're like shocked bummed that she I was very very ended a romance. And I was very into the tension that they had on screen, and you're saying that you obviously the show's pivoting towards unraveling this conspiracy around Julia's death, Cheryl, but were you disappointed to see that the way it was happening that she died. Yeah. No. I wasn't at all. I didn't really care what their romance. And I'm a big romance person. Obviously, I love melodrama, and I love a soap opera, but I didn't find it that believable. And that's because I really like the show. I find Richard Madden's character a little confused. Ding has so. I can't tell what his true motivation is like is it to be a patriot. Is it choose to avenge the deaths of his friends and Afghantistan? Yeah. Is it is it to pursue a political agenda? I've finished the season as discussed completely know. And to me, that's a failure of writing not acting. Whereas with his counterpart on game of thrones can Harrington. I'd be like, yeah. That guy's the worst actor. So this is the first British television show that has been sort of presented initially is somewhat limited series and turned into a juggernaut. And they've done another series of it's a broad church is not unlike this where if you watch broad church, you're not like what's going to happen in season two broad church. Love Brocher broad church students so popular they were like, well, we have to do something. The fall is lost like that. Would Jamie Dornan Gillian Anderson where they were just like it was pretty much like a who done it like cat and mouse thriller, and then they teased it out for another three or four seasons. Now, you can kind of get away with that England 'cause you can just do a four episode show like. They do Sherlock. Sometimes just three. Yeah. But I do think that this was something where the popularity of bodyguard might have actually changed the way because there's going to be a second season of this show. So it might have changed the perception of
"jamie dornan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"And yet here I am in in in my tusk is to fucking attack this person and it felt like shit. And I think that that's, that's toilets poppy syndrome Lewis. This. And particularly what it was, but you know, they will. I could imagine a journalist from Sutton guy all Jamie Dornan. What a fuck, you know, they'll they'll come up with. He's good looking movie star, fuck him. But then they'll be the person who actually meets Jamie and goes, actually, he's pretty fucking cold. He's grabbing he's, he doesn't take anybody or himself too seriously, that's. And then you match you feel that and then you'll job is still to kill that person and again to to judge him in pigeonhole them in the same way that I was asked to do that with her. So I wanted to also shine a light on the fact that not only actress human, but also sometimes journalists in that situation really, really horribly treacherous bankrupt moral place because they're asked to do something that they don't believe in. And the only response to that as I discovered at the end of the Stanley, the end of the film is to get back out. I couldn't stand the hate that these people had any longer and the hate, and this from jealousy and came from being too afraid to have the courage of their own convictions and stand up and take a risk and risk failing and being embarrassed, which is part of success. You've got to fail. And these guys, it was happy for them to sit behind the wall and snipe of the people that was easy. And like Hervey says in the film is easy to sit on the sidelines and judge, isn't it junior? And it is because I've done that and that was that was early mid nineties, right? Imagine it now in the click bay culture that we live in the pressure to create sensationalism out of these short stupid article is, is unprecedented totally at the mercy of the editor, right? To jump in on that. Like I've had. Many of us in my career where. Tempted to ask them at the end, be nice. You know, just be nice. We right someone. We've had a nice after in late, please don't turn this into hard to job, and that's exactly what's happened. I've left and gone, although I was really nice. It didn't. It didn't embarrassment. Self. Don't think we talked. She seemed very, or he seemed very. Non-judgmental and it was all well, and then it'll come out and I made me come across fucking prankul. The this is typically sold it and we hear that it that I'm going to do. It was me it's it's just a short mini essay, Jamie Dornan count. It's very short and it's going to be, I call him. I can't wait. It's all Hickel and get more hits. Game from this is that we really also in the World Bank's rise, I think, is we all running president? Is that what's going on addition? These countries shots? We've got fucking, you're not American. None of you are on the only person who could be okay. Well, we'll be on. Can we be on the card or we want to move to Ireland. Before we do, you want to have anywhere ending already out. Why are you making out. I know before you end that could be thirty minutes before I just want to talk about you rich. This is not about me. I'd love to know because you were rich. You know, he's amazing. We talk. Okay. I just wanna see this. Awesome. Talk about the movie. Okay, talk and you. I want to know more about I want I wanna talk about the the decision to go with HBO, but like like, walk us through. The experience, not the movie, but your own personal experience of what it was like where you were in your in your life when you were sent off to cover this guy and and really the motion impact that he had on you..
"jamie dornan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"And I think it's interesting because when I met her a for real and he was drinking and popping these pills, I mean, he had that green Samsonite vanity case fill with all these different medications marked with strong, do not take it night and extra strength. You know, it was just this sort of walking pharmacy and knives and guns, and it was just so bizarre. You know, he was obviously going down and I think that when characters are going down. Do one of two things. They either take someone with them or they rescue them. And I think throughout the main body of the film have is wrestling with toying with this guy like fuck life, fuck everything. I'm going out. I'm going to take this guy down to just. Evil fund almost and what happens is through Demi Tate's forcibly kind of basically making her face the truth of his own kind of responsibility in his downfall. In one sense, you You know. know, I think gains kind of respect for him because he really senses that this guy also has everything to win or lose from this encounter. He knows he's this other interview. He knows that the stakes are pretty high for him and through this ultimately, this incredible conflict. I think if the film work's kind of friendship emerges and these two people realize that kind of ships in the night, you know, one lives one dozen. But the point is that what started as kind of I'm going to take this guy down with me, becomes unintended rescue story that through have as kind of own experience is able to recognize that the poppies on is one that's not going to end well, and he really changes his life at the end of the end of the film. And that is pretty much true to really what happened in real life too was was what I got from heavy, which is why here we all twenty five years later. I think if there wasn't something profound and real about it, I would. I would never have persisted this long. Roped all these incredible talents into helping me to tell the story. You're basically I'm a completely. Yeah. I mean, you have to be. I think you know, like like and Ville. It's just the story of people refused to give up no matter what even when it is ridiculous and any normal person would quit. Right? So this is in some respects, a parallel track and Ville, and you're not giving up on the script. I mean, yeah, you you. You wrote the first draft twenty years ago, but it's not like he put it away and picked it back up and we were in Italy and what two thousand five. Then you writing it then. And that was thirteen years ago. I was making other films I was coming back to. It was constantly evolving because I was dissatisfied with the script because I just felt it didn't really bring you into the feelings of the actual experience. And I wanted to try and somehow do that. So it was one of these labors of love. You know, it's like you need the story to marinate in order for it to distill. It sometimes takes a long period of time. And so this one, it took an incredibly long period of time. It was always just on the cusp but never getting it. And Finally, I decided to pick it up again about three years ago, having left it for about five years, you know properly and me and pizza. I sort of rewrote the script and Pete really liked it, and we were really excited to make the film. And then again, it didn't happen. The same comments, the suicidal thing, you know, blah, blah, blah. And so we were really winning to let it go. We just said, fuck it. It's never going to happen if we can't do it. Right. Let's just accept off eight and just let it go. You know, it was thing that could have happened, and then it's funny an angle very unenviable, but but we had no choice because with Advil, what was easy. I was able to control that because I was paying for the movie myself. So you know, it was a documentary, even though it showed it over two years. But with this it was like we needed a lot of money. We need to be able to food the best people. And as I said, it was very ambitious schedule and covers a little worlds and timeframe..
"jamie dornan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"In the number one hit nineteen seventies TV series, fantasy island. The film is based upon this crazy insane night that Sasha had with Irving who's played in the movie by game of thrones Peter Dink ledge, that transpired about a week before herb a suicide, and it's about this unlikely French. Ship that develops between these two guys permanently changes both of their lives. It's a movie that social began writing over twenty years ago when he was still a young buck in film school, it's the first script he ever wrote and the movies, beautiful. It's funny, it's tragic. It's surprisingly emotional. I think it's the best work that saw SHA has ever done. I think it's the best work that Peter Dink has ever done, and I do believe it is the best work that Jamie Dornan has ever done. He delivers this amazing nuanced performance as Danny Tate. Who is the journalists that's loosely based on social life. Jamie is of course most recognized for his portrayal as Christian grey in the fifty shades movies. But listen, if that's all you know about this guy, I gotta tell you his way more to this man. He is an amazing talent and just somebody with a lot more depth than you may imagine. I came across him. It's got to be four or five years ago at this point by way of TV series that he did call the fall, which you should check out. It's this dark psychological thriller in which he co stars Gillian Anderson. And I was really struck by his very convincing ability to create death to evoke pesos and empathy for this seemingly irredeemable character that he plays. And I really believe that urva is going to be a game changer for him. It's a role that's gonna leave audiences with a brand new appreciation for this guy's talents, super excited, have both of these fine gentlemen on the show today, and there's a bunch more I want to say about them and this incredible movie before we dive into the conversation. But first,.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Hey, everybody what's happening, how's it going? How are you doing? What is the latest very grateful to spend an hour? So with you here today, my name is rich roll. This is my podcast, and I am your dutiful cruise director on the Lido deck on this journey of self betterment and self actualization that we are all believing here together. Welcome today very excited to sit down with one of my very best friend somebody I love dearly and have known for over twenty years writer, director bone Vonts Sasha Vaasie for his second appearance on the show, his first being episode to forty nine. About two years ago, Sasha's credits include pending the terminal, a little movie. You might have seen directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks. Sasha also directed Hitchcock starring Anthony Hopkins, but he is perhaps best known for a documentary called and Ville the story of animal his EMMY and. Independent spirit award winning real life spinal tap rocky memory about this also ran Canadian heavy metal band that many critics consider. One of the greatest films ever made about rock and roll. If you have not yet seen this documentary, I implore you to do so immediately. It is just fantastic. But the focus of today's conversation is social new movie. It's called my dinner with urva. It premiers on HBO on October twentieth and it's a look at the wild crazy life of French actor urva villages who if you're my age, you will recall famously played a character called tattoo.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"If I wanted to get more Ellen, where would I get it? Good question. You can get more of Ellen on the Ellen Degeneres show weekdays. Andy people often confuse you with a handsome Irishman. Tell us about Jamie durins appearance on the show. Got that guy is sexy. Oh, yeah, profanity sexy. I'm going to say as a heterosexual man. I can look at another man and say, he sexy and that Jamie Dornan. I'm sorry, I got a text who say I can. I read a text from my motor that I found to be quite disturbing this week just while you're finding Jamie doorman who Dohrn who was the star fifty shades of grey appeared? This is a fantastic. My mother is eighty. This is what I get from her. Jamie Dornan Cy loved him. In fifty shades I respond. You saw it with seven question marks the movie. Yes, she writes on my phone, eight years old, watching fifty shades on her. Phone. If this isn't disturbing to son, I don't know. What is I wrote g she writes, is he nice? I wrote yes, but I'm still in shock that you saw the movie. So that's so. Funny slash very disturbing. Have you seen the movie? I have seen the movies, Laurie Laurie and I have seen it. You're fifty. How do you think you got here? Not by now. I get it. My mother has not red room. Andy, I have bad news. No, your mother. Anyway, this is why I'm still in shock. You have kids, you said to to. How old Dulcie oil. This is going to be five in November, and I'll is two and a half. Now when you go to like play dates and stuff, do you find that the moms show up a lot. The moment show below in those things anyway, you know, it's all because. You're there. I don't know, we're, we're plumbing. Dulcie fifth birthday, the moment on we're trying to get away from two years with with the police seemed. With this year, we're having think we're disco is the new thing. She liked of find your old. She. I don't know where she go, but somehow in our highs, one of those discu light like nothing's turned on its. Night, like a chain has all these different settings, different colors. She's very taken by. So she's so now she's going to like Gloria gainer all of a sudden because just because there's a like, I don't know if that's very strong premise. No, it's just really a light. It's really the music. Eventually bring a cake quite solid, but the when the thing I enjoyed the, I'll really seems like you'd be ready to move on from Winnie the Pooh, but it and you control the party anyway. So you can do whatever you want to. I'm every year Roy's there's always of other 'tigers there. Invariably, a lot of the other kids figures. I'm the biggest ticker. Congratulations on that. Good for you. Andy. Have you gotten your new toothbrush yet? Yes, and I- frigging love it. It's called the quip on my gods, electric toothbrushes..
"jamie dornan" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"Okay. Do you have anything you want to add about rob? I think I'm just gonna jump into. I think he's a Griffin door because he does not think he thinks his heart head. Yeah, can agree with that. I was just gonna say that about him, throw it in there as Think he's. he's. Yes, I don't either any arguing with that. I will do that one thing. 'cause I know Jocelyn mention. I don't know if it was before actor when we were recording that Richard tires actually born in Ireland, leaving Irishman playing Gottesman in a movie need. Disney. Off spot for those Irishmen that explained why she does. She's yeah. Jamie dornan. A Henry Dornan. What if Jamie Dornan played rob ROY, I'd watch it every day whom I go. That picture it right deaf. I, he actually would play a. He would have played a good Robin Hood. He would have played really. On the show there the done in for very long once upon a time share, he's the Woodman. Shea bit near the sheriff. I need to need a remake of all these movies. With him. Yup, watch it. All they want that can be there movie. Yes. One quick thing before we move onto the next character. The only thing I didn't. Well, there's a couple of things I didn't like about rob, but my my, my biggest thing was his escape, especially when he like his his leap from the fort to the tree, put a little a little too face how his dive off the water, Clint the waterfall. Talk about that one. That was way more fake than the tree drums. It was just like, oh, like what. I was like, did you see that. It's just this blob that like slowly falls down the water. Good. Instant replay moment. Yes. Yeah. Buring. Yeah, that was funny. But yeah, his like, I, I mean, I have no doubt that he could like that. He could, you know, outwitting out and actually like a scape from them or the fact that they kind of went to a little like. Visualize. The kind of went a little too far like tried to make him seem that much better would a little like they didn't need to go to those links. I also wanna know how the heck people couldn't see him swimming through the river. It was just his whatever you called his little shawl thingy. I think they're called flats. Oh, you're so right on plans. Oh, yeah. That makes sense. You know, nice and simple. Thank you. I apologize by fended any Scott. So we think cool plans not shawl plan. All right, shall we move onto Helen, Mary. The way rob says, Helen, Mary's name every time..
"jamie dornan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Is getting. Two hundred. Fifty thousand dollars for joining the cast of teen mom oh gee it was announced. Last week that Sarah Palin kid would replace para Abraham catered more earned two hundred fifty for the first season and. She's got options so by the end of the three years, it could be three hundred fifty thousand wow just to be? On, teen, mom oh gee So we always talk about, how Hollywood is so out of ideas. For. Movies seven robinhood movies are currently. In, production This morning I'm like. How can it be futuristic robinhood Margot Robbie is going to star, in a, movie, about maid Marian along. With Marian there's a prequel to Robin Hood with Jamie Foxx and Jamie Dornan. Et Disney's Nottingham and hood and adventure In adventure. Film in the vein of like pirates of the Caribbean Warner Brothers has its. Own untitled robinhood projects DreamWorks is Mary men is a reemerging of, robinhood there's, also robinhood twenty fifty eight Described as. Fifty eight yes as a what does he have. Like a laser sword or something Planets and planets Topi in future London oh my. God meanwhile Robin Hood and. The prince of Aragon is low budget like coming out, as. Well come, on Hollywood with it and then as a Robin Hood Adult film coming out to on porn hub. We're looking forward to that. Little provin hood and seven damsels No they all start together Seven, dams tells Sam yeah Have a good one all at the same time. To, be Robin Hood. Train wait. You there already one. Province Dafna Robin. Hood it leave Robin Of course it's. One of those Men in tights Wives of wives Robin. Hood of wives the only one that I heard in the tight steal from the rich Bengals I would, have expected a, lot more creative titles. Here no.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"What know what jamie jamie dornan we've got we need to really go ahead and defined this range of age here you know if there's a movie involving fantasy type stuff star wars or comic books chris pratt every time chris has always listened for everything they cited harry styles because of dunkirk and that's it too large and done play fucking kanobi because it just it just throwing that out there for clicks dishonest people just dishonest people on the internet who whatever whoever stoop to that level please like he's somebody posted in our read actually a infinity were ranking which had captain america uninformed were immoral movies ranking which had captain america number one and like that's such an obvious troll job like you have to be a little more inventive make iran men three number one yeah i mean that is that's just yours being an asshole at that point you're doing for clicks yeah so that's news to me interesting news there we have a lot going on in the next few weeks we're going to be reviewing truth or dare this upcoming week and we're also going to be doing a segment where you draft the most annoying movie care of all time to make team we're not gonna do teams every week but guess what we tweeted out yester day which was saturday who's the most annoying movie character of all time love the responses or to try to see who can have the most annoying movie team possible and then i think for star wars week for solo a star wars story we are going to do a thing where we build the war star wars movie possible so lines characters directors everything we build the worse star wars movie imaginable of this week it's going to be most annoying character and the movie truth or dare which may be online on some platforms by the way so check that out questions movie questions from listeners so there's one that is not a movie relate.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Her name has now met the board star hernia is uh media gray mia okay read also had a scene where she tried on clothes with her and it was your weight it was a hot yulia it was perfect for read a 'cause like she was so good at that and then she had another seat will we know this but she's also he thrives on clothes she got kidnapped because there is a scene where she was tied up and and get a gag in her mouth and with acting she was now like that and her and her tears she had all these tears and training of others over there was another seem as my favorite part fifty shades which most involves read a little bit mostly involve jamie dornan's i'm being in captivity for this entire movie series um there's a part where they like go to this house and they're all at the house it's like all the brothers and sisters of christian gray and uh and her and dakota fanning nope go to johnson dakota john so there you go um and they're like the here piano going from be the work they've lobbied they know they come on they walk into the room and they're looking down on jamie dornan singing maybe i'm amazed by paul mccartney the worst saw and redesign we'd need a no he knew how to play the piano it's so funny i love his own recommended signal whole song walter that's my direct daily one verse okay so that's the thing is we saw this i saw this on the track listing for the entering they month weeks ago and i was like oh my god he did a full cover of this song for the soundtrack this is iconic and then it came out yesterday or a few days ago and it's only a minute long because genie dornan it.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The way the music starts now i can i tell you these two people have no chemistry they have zero acting ability it's i jamie dornan worked out a lot because he does a lot of the the film with his shirt off uh what happened with the ice cream is she went ahead and threw a spoonful of ice cream on his bare chest and starts licking it and yeah and and again this is supposed to be this daring exciting fanciful sex play as smearing ice cream over body parts and i mean really but then again there are new newlywed so they confront the possibility of uh pregnancy yeah they do parallel arya bana jack where he won backing for all of whose them seriously whose pursue yeah yeah okay that's not the pregnancy seeing nets the scene where they are being menaced in this film by a character name mr hyde you know if he's name mr hide he's a bad guy and he tries to kidnap and they have to lose him and then at one point anna suspects a christian of infidelity and oh it's the so much fun there isn't a single moment of this film that isn't laughably incompetent this is an awful wretched disgusting movie uh the only reason i'm giving it one half of one star is because they drive a really cool cars they have a really nice looking out he and some of the interiors they an and certainly they wardrobes are just terrific but you might as well put it on mannequins and then have somebody dove in the parts a one and a half stars it's rated r as in rancid and the great thing about fifty shades freed they've announced this is the end of the series please let's hold them to that really a good idea save your money on valentine's day and if what did you do if you have a partner wants to see this on valentine's day talia coming up.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"And you'll hear the way the music starts now i can i tell you these two people have no chemistry they have zero acting ability it's i jamie dornan worked out a lot because he does a lot of the the film with his shirt off uh what happened with the ice cream is she went ahead and through web of spoonful of ice cream on his bare chest and starts licking it and yeah and and again this is supposed to be this daring exciting fanciful sex play as smearing ice cream over body parts and i mean really but then again there are new newlyweds so they confront the possibility of uh pregnancy yeah they do parallel aria burma jack where he won reformer of them seriously whose prefer through okay that's not the pregnancy scene that's the scene where are they are being menaced in this film by a character name mr hyde you know if he's name mr hide he's a bad guy and he tries to kidnap and they have to lose him and then at one point anna suspects a christian of infidelity and oh it's the so much fun there isn't a single moment of this film that isn't laughably incompetent is an awful wretched disgusting movie are the only reason i'm giving it onehalf of one star is 'cause they drive a really cool car they have a really nice looking out he and some of the interiors they an and certainly they wardrobes are just terrific but you might as well put it on mannequins and then have somebody dove in the parts a one and a half stars it's rated our as in rancid and the great thing about fifty shades freed they've announced this is the end of this series please let's hold them to that really a good idea save your money on valentine's day and if what did you do if you have a partner wants to see this on valentine's day talia coming up.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on Z100
"I thank you you before bed flavor let's get into the daniel report daniel i'm certain if i'm getting itchy talking about i now let's get into what you have gone out what's going on i await elder compelling it of a presence outright fell on i sell thing is the day fifty shades of freed comes out and jamie dornan who plays christian gray in the dirty shades franchise says you know i didn't do any full frontal nudity because he says i didn't think that it was essential to the stories as we're not making porn as much as people think we are and i swear to you there is a story line to the whole thing and if you if you have read the books you know what i'm talking about look we all know how fifty shades became so part here's what it was is it really worth the watch yes okay just make yes having seen him kevin aren't jose comedy called coldest walls he's going to interview sports personalities while he's in an ice bath with them those will be ten minutes long and they'll be on kevin's digital platform i laugh out loud what in phoenix is in talks the play the joker in a movie that will explore the characters origins it will be sent in the eighty that's being described as more of a gritty climb drama that a superhero movie so i'll keep posted but you remember when people play the joker it it takes a lot out of a person humor what happened a heap letter e a lot of this he said a lot of not being able to sleep was because of playing the joker and that's why i started taking a lot of medications are the first trailer is out for venom if you wanna check that out movie comes out in october looks pretty cool and fox's developing a reality show based on the movies bad moms going to be off of i cannot wait.
"jamie dornan" Discussed on Double Toasted
"All i can think thirty side man i liked the way he like me one of the green screen i thought this was not here as someone tell us that the rescreen is holding it helps you out of the movie would be enforced we are no it's realistic than these backdrops we got it looks like a parody of a jc burst of the undercover brothers dan do you'll greens greece skills the amazing puk like this is the car commercials shown off nice bank how many times as they say dodge in this movie the dodger being chased by dies there in a diet of this well others urged by a door in this dr while would rabbit oh in he was the other thing i mean look all actually gives them praise well criticize and some there's a stupid and here again these people just whip out talents that we never heard of jamie doran in the movie doort door dornan he does the version of made on the maize paul mccarthy mccartney cup mccarthy's paul mccartney in and i still want to go like don't you dare to this song don't settle bitch apparently he was he was really singing in taketo yeah yeah and you know what i what look i will give us on concrete and jamie dornan i will give him credit this another song i think it's call you beautiful is something but this is this him saying in a non tell you the boycott insane.