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For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

"Quarterbacks Jason Mitchell were in much is facing demand drugs with and three like weapons most going charges meetings in the first these in Mississippi days six picks when the original authorities cast Ellis members used say he of Joe was parks burrow busted and went recreation after first a traffic overall get back to together stop Cincinnati for in next Gulfport week's show Miami after took it Alabama's will research be following police tua social Tagovailoa turned up about distancing two and pounds five rules of marijuana Amy and with Poehler the sixth wrapped Aziz pick in the separate Ansari LA Chargers packages Nick grab Offerman Justin they also of Herbert the rest found of out the thirteen crew of Oregon will be hundred in the half doses hour the special last of the time party that three airs drug quarterbacks next Thursday ecstasy went on off NBC the board police that the also story quickly say they line was found in nineteen reflects two weapons the ninety current nine and coded A. K. forty nineteen later seven crisis in the and first a Glock round with Polish pistol Green character Bay traded trying Mitchell to up stay won to in acclaim select touch for with Utah playing their friends state's rapper the Jordan Eazy show's executive love E. producer in with straight the twenty says outta he Compton sixth hopes pick everyone more enjoys recently I the am special mark he was fired Myers and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

"Quarterbacks Jason Mitchell were in much is facing demand drugs with and three like weapons most going charges meetings in the first these in Mississippi days six picks when the original authorities cast Ellis members used say he of Joe was parks burrow busted and went recreation after first a traffic overall get back to together stop Cincinnati for in next Gulfport week's show Miami after took it Alabama's will research be following police tua social Tagovailoa turned up about distancing two and pounds five rules of marijuana Amy and with Poehler the sixth wrapped Aziz pick in the separate Ansari LA Chargers packages Nick grab Offerman Justin they also of Herbert the rest found of out the thirteen crew of Oregon will be hundred in the half doses hour the special last of the time party that three airs drug quarterbacks next Thursday ecstasy went on off NBC the board police that the also story quickly say they line was found in nineteen reflects two weapons the ninety current nine and coded A. K. forty nineteen later seven crisis in the and first a Glock round with Polish pistol Green character Bay traded trying Mitchell to up stay won to in acclaim select touch for with Utah playing their friends state's rapper the Jordan Eazy show's executive love E. producer in with straight the twenty says outta he Compton sixth hopes pick everyone more enjoys recently I the am special mark he was fired Myers and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

"Quarterbacks Jason Mitchell were in much is facing demand drugs with and three like weapons most going charges meetings in the first these in Mississippi days six picks when the original authorities cast Ellis members used say he of Joe was parks burrow busted and went recreation after first a traffic overall get back to together stop Cincinnati for in next Gulfport week's show Miami after took it Alabama's will research be following police tua social Tagovailoa turned up about distancing two and pounds five rules of marijuana Amy and with Poehler the sixth wrapped Aziz pick in the separate Ansari LA Chargers packages Nick grab Offerman Justin they also of Herbert the rest found of out the thirteen crew of Oregon will be hundred in the half doses hour the special last of the time party that three airs drug quarterbacks next Thursday ecstasy went on off NBC the board police that the also story quickly say they line was found in nineteen reflects two weapons the ninety current nine and coded A. K. forty nineteen later seven crisis in the and first a Glock round with Polish pistol Green character Bay traded trying Mitchell to up stay won to in acclaim select touch for with Utah playing their friends state's rapper the Jordan Eazy show's executive love E. producer in with straight the twenty says outta he Compton sixth hopes pick everyone more enjoys recently I the am special mark he was fired Myers and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

"Quarterbacks Jason Mitchell were in much is facing demand drugs with and three like weapons most going charges meetings in the first these in Mississippi days six picks when the original authorities cast Ellis members used say he of Joe was parks burrow busted and went recreation after first a traffic overall get back to together stop Cincinnati for in next Gulfport week's show Miami after took it Alabama's will research be following police tua social Tagovailoa turned up about distancing two and pounds five rules of marijuana Amy and with Poehler the sixth wrapped Aziz pick in the separate Ansari LA Chargers packages Nick grab Offerman Justin they also of Herbert the rest found of out the thirteen crew of Oregon will be hundred in the half doses hour the special last of the time party that three airs drug quarterbacks next Thursday ecstasy went on off NBC the board police that the also story quickly say they line was found in nineteen reflects two weapons the ninety current nine and coded A. K. forty nineteen later seven crisis in the and first a Glock round with Polish pistol Green character Bay traded trying Mitchell to up stay won to in acclaim select touch for with Utah playing their friends state's rapper the Jordan Eazy show's executive love E. producer in with straight the twenty says outta he Compton sixth hopes pick everyone more enjoys recently I the am special mark he was fired Myers and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

"Jason Mitchell is facing drugs and like weapons most charges meetings these in Mississippi days when the original authorities cast members say he of was parks busted and recreation after a traffic get back together stop for in next Gulfport week's show after it will research be following police social turned up about distancing two pounds rules of marijuana Amy Poehler wrapped Aziz in separate Ansari packages Nick Offerman they also of the rest found of the thirteen crew will be hundred in the half doses hour special of the party that airs drug next Thursday ecstasy on NBC police the also story say they line found reflects two weapons the current and coded A. K. forty nineteen seven crisis and a Glock with Polish pistol character trying Mitchell to stay won in acclaim touch for with playing their friends rapper the Eazy show's executive E. producer in straight says outta he Compton hopes everyone more enjoys recently the special he was fired and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

"Jason Mitchell is facing drugs and like weapons most charges meetings these in Mississippi days when the original authorities cast members say he of was parks busted and recreation after a traffic get back together stop for in next Gulfport week's show after it will research be following police social turned up about distancing two pounds rules of marijuana Amy Poehler wrapped Aziz in separate Ansari packages Nick Offerman they also of the rest found of the thirteen crew will be hundred in the half doses hour special of the party that airs drug next Thursday ecstasy on NBC police the also story say they line found reflects two weapons the current and coded A. K. forty nineteen seven crisis and a Glock with Polish pistol character trying Mitchell to stay won in acclaim touch for with playing their friends rapper the Eazy show's executive E. producer in straight says outta he Compton hopes everyone more enjoys recently the special he was fired and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

"Jason Mitchell is facing drugs and like weapons most charges meetings these in Mississippi days when the original authorities cast members say he of was parks busted and recreation after a traffic get back together stop for in next Gulfport week's show after it will research be following police social turned up about distancing two pounds rules of marijuana Amy Poehler wrapped Aziz in separate Ansari packages Nick Offerman they also of the rest found of the thirteen crew will be hundred in the half doses hour special of the party that airs drug next Thursday ecstasy on NBC police the also story say they line found reflects two weapons the current and coded A. K. forty nineteen seven crisis and a Glock with Polish pistol character trying Mitchell to stay won in acclaim touch for with playing their friends rapper the Eazy show's executive E. producer in straight says outta he Compton hopes everyone more enjoys recently the special he was fired and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

"Jason Mitchell is facing drugs and like weapons most charges meetings these in Mississippi days when the original authorities cast members say he of was parks busted and recreation after a traffic get back together stop for in next Gulfport week's show after it will research be following police social turned up about distancing two pounds rules of marijuana Amy Poehler wrapped Aziz in separate Ansari packages Nick Offerman they also of the rest found of the thirteen crew will be hundred in the half doses hour special of the party that airs drug next Thursday ecstasy on NBC police the also story say they line found reflects two weapons the current and coded A. K. forty nineteen seven crisis and a Glock with Polish pistol character trying Mitchell to stay won in acclaim touch for with playing their friends rapper the Eazy show's executive E. producer in straight says outta he Compton hopes everyone more enjoys recently the special he was fired and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

"Jason Mitchell is facing drugs and like weapons most charges meetings these in Mississippi days when the original authorities cast members say he of was parks busted and recreation after a traffic get back together stop for in next Gulfport week's show after it will research be following police social turned up about distancing two pounds rules of marijuana Amy Poehler wrapped Aziz in separate Ansari packages Nick Offerman they also of the rest found of the thirteen crew will be hundred in the half doses hour special of the party that airs drug next Thursday ecstasy on NBC police the also story say they line found reflects two weapons the current and coded A. K. forty nineteen seven crisis and a Glock with Polish pistol character trying Mitchell to stay won in acclaim touch for with playing their friends rapper the Eazy show's executive E. producer in straight says outta he Compton hopes everyone more enjoys recently the special he was fired and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Actor featured on "The Chi" arrested

"Jason Mitchell is facing drugs and like weapons most charges meetings these in Mississippi days when the original authorities cast members say he of was parks busted and recreation after a traffic get back together stop for in next Gulfport week's show after it will research be following police social turned up about distancing two pounds rules of marijuana Amy Poehler wrapped Aziz in separate Ansari packages Nick Offerman they also of the rest found of the thirteen crew will be hundred in the half doses hour special of the party that airs drug next Thursday ecstasy on NBC police the also story say they line found reflects two weapons the current and coded A. K. forty nineteen seven crisis and a Glock with Polish pistol character trying Mitchell to stay won in acclaim touch for with playing their friends rapper the Eazy show's executive E. producer in straight says outta he Compton hopes everyone more enjoys recently the special he was fired and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"So did they give you insight? Back program while they were in the prison. The the best insight. They gave actually met the guy who trained to. Way. But. With the. The feedback that I needed a feel like like because they're already respecting me as an actor that but for me to be able to bond with those guys for me to be able to put a smile. Those guys face is what really mad at me like like every day. They would just want it from here to here. You know? Like, welcome welcome. The walks are welcoming them into what we have going. You know in in the active word is is challenge you again. So to be the key smile of their face and keep them super happy body was it was it was a plastic. That's great. That's really greater on watching the movie Jason movie really took its time yet, you fall in love with the characters that enforce or pushing moment, right. And I really found that refreshing hugely this tricks and movies like this. Okay. He's he's the angry guy. Right. He's the comic relief in the great big ball of foreshadow. We. So I've really enjoyed that part about this. We took its time it had its own pacing. And it was so much real as of that. And usually joined it because of that because like looking really loved about Hillary in about his cares for the better. It was kind of like when play easy. He was like that village that you fell in love with you fell in love with you. When he. That's how you feel about him. K still the Kennedy but only because he has to be like excuse the excuse. Interview. Even though he's this prisoner. You like I love this kid so about and then for me being a black woman and seeing a black man in prison. I'm not sure he did whatever they said they put him in prison. I've known so many people that have gone to prison for absolutely no reason. Right. So. That it bother me at. All. Right. The me. Yeah. It was very easy. Okay. What's Nick's anything on the on the horizon of the shy the shy dropped on again? Yeah. Seven leave. It will be back in this dove is super that's what I'm also working is filled. Desperadoes wins is gonna be cool. It's gonna be my first round different. It's different face Jason Mitchell either. Whatever incident you get say half the girl in this. Looking for auto? So you still doing man, and I just love watching you thrive. And I just love your work. Our next segment is with Geneva and Ricardo as they dive in on American gods. So we're going to start this off. This is the podcast. That's tentatively. Name the snowflake and the Senate ruin the movies. I am the snowflake the millennial black girl nerd Jimmy Davis. I am the cynic generation X. Rick has L evolve. Bill Bill and yet you're in. And he's from the shadow league. Yes. A partner in crime on this on this one in we're gonna be talking about for the next several weeks, hopefully, the American gods show the second season. So hopefully, you guys can hang with us and go along with this as we debate and talk in hash out in completely take apart in ruin American gods for you. Yes. Ruin American gods. One of the best series of this cried in television history. And we're going to dissect it from our own unique lease Marsa sister. Speak for yourself about the dog. I will speak. Okay. So so we're gonna Daugaard a right in season two premiers March ten we were granted some screeners which were delicious. They were great greats. And so the we're gonna be talking this in this podcast about episodes one in two of season two because they're so loaded. There's so much and there's so much overlap. Yeah. They're they're just so they're just so loaded not only with just so much. You know story of Lucien of character..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"Is a very special episode. We're featuring a new podcast at the tail end of this of the sewed which will be featured in the second segment and our first segment we sit down with actor Jason Mitchell. He's the star of the new focus features film called the Mustang which was released in theaters nationwide on March thirteenth, Cheryl sits down for a one on one interview with the star in our second segment Geneva Davis and Ricardo Zell has a new podcast called snowflake. And the cynic ruin the movies podcast. They're going to talk about the first two episodes of the stars premier TV show called American gods. So if you aren't American outs manic, then you will certainly enjoy this second half of the show. So sit back. Relax and enjoy episode one sixty the Mustang and American gods. This is Jason Mitchell's second appearance on the black girl nerds podcast. The last time. We talked to Jason was his role as Glen mills in Kong skull island. You probably best know his work from the film straight outta Compton. He played the role of easy e which gave him a lot of critical acclaim. He's also appeared in dramas such as Detroit and mudbound, and now you can see him in the film, the Mustang. He plays the role of Henry the GM podcast welcomes back Jason Mitchell. This segment is hosted by Cheryl Collins. So the first thing I want to say as you started so many favorites. Edgy. Loved mudbound. I love straight outta Compton. The nominate on salary. I'm very upset about that. Yeah. You know? But you are into the first thing I want to ask you about because I have theater in my background your training. Yes. You so good at approaching your roles. What what is your background in your training? Groom. I'm really not super classically trained actually went to like a couple of different workshops, and I had a couple of different coaches over the time. But haven't started actively tweet three. So I think just meet living life having just make hustle exam. Exactly what I want to tell you that you have been surely given a God given talent. And do you have any of your coaches that you thought were particularly wonderful. To be honest all of them, but I love them, but Jacqueline flipping Jerry Lynn Fleming. Yes. She was she was my first acting coach and she referred me to pretty much everybody else had. No. But she also. Like gave me the spirit of hustle acted. Hurry up wait game. You gotta develop thick skin in you, just gotta be tough. You know, what she taught me everything she taught me how to read a college. She can fly said Ryan gave me like little things to help me. You know because half of this is is set. Etiquette? Right. How'd you three other people? Have you live your life and things like that? She would always put those those sort of bugs in my ear. You know? So by the time, I did touch set. Everybody was like we just love to work with this guy. We love to work with because I. Booked with job in the next three booked were all this very simple rose. But I'll because people said that was great I work with. He's not weird around is great great and just constantly be referred was kinda high started happen. Yeah. So all the auto rose I made and I want to add your role in the Mustang to that such different characters. Absolutely. So what was your approach as you approach tannery? First of all, did you already have horseback around to be out of his bedroom is we'd be very frayed of horses monotired life United because not only do police rivals was well, but. I saw a friend of mine. Get like read over by her some. Yes, I was just like, you know, maybe the horse thing. Just be you know, what I'm saying? We know how to say it's not good. For me. I don't need to. Straight. Cover that sort of big..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"That way, I'm gonna put a clip of the racist Klan rally that happens last year where a white supremacist ran over a Hugh ran over multiple human beings and killed a person David Duke on black. He we're gonna have a quote from him. And I'm gonna Trump from him celebrating saying that they're good people on both sides. I'm gonna show that to go. This isn't even close to being over. Right. But this movie it ends with him coming into the family's home and eating dinner. And I'm like. Guys. If we think that racism is solved because away family allows a an exceptional black person to sit down and simply eat dinner with them. If we really it's like did Tony ever shine his shoes. No. That would have been an interesting thing. If if we at some point he was like, he was like, you know, what I'm a I'm a shine your shoes in front of in front of my family. Come here. Come sit down sit down here and go, and they go they go there. Like, why is this dude here they're like because this dude is my employer? He's my boss. In fact, Mr. Bosman one second, and he gets on his knees. And he starts shining his shoes in front of the Manley. Then maybe I would have been like, oh, maybe this dude is really learning. Eat them. Right. But he's not learned crop and all right away. The only other thing that I that. I just thought about that is also very frustrated me. And it's it's I'm just I just wanna put it out there. And then we can move on. But. We've talked about this before about how like why? When why does easy not get any love? Right. Like, why does Jason Mitchell and any love for Plantes e right 'cause people go. Oh that that's just him. He's not doing anything. Right. Right. But Washington gets his first best actor award for playing a crooked cop. You know, who's from around the way, and who because what we're used to seeing Denzel Washington do is very put together variable. Right. Let's ooh. We gotta give it to him for doing this, right? Then then then we cut to this year. Right Marschall e sweeps because he's playing he's playing a black man who doesn't prescribe to the stereotypes right of black ago of black people and he's sweeping because of that Vigo Mortenson on the other hand is getting nothing for playing like the stereotypical Italian character. But it's it's frustrating to me that Marcia is sweeping because it's like look at this look at this better black men. You know, what I mean like, yeah. It's gross. It's like it's gross to look at to look at this look at that win look Denzel win. And then look at someone getting completely over looked for doing mazing performance of a hood. Black dude beta, right. The right things are are are never what's nominated and basically. Back to the point that I have before it's just fucking Oscars. I really hate everything. And I'm very happy that very happy that we did this. All right. This movie got a bunch of middle fingers and nothing else. Okay. Here we go. You can follow us that black men five cast. Dot com is.

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"This this other narrative. Are there times when that second narrative gets we we just talked about a time when the real life narratives that, you know, about complimented your film watching experience. Are there situations where these real life narratives, especially when you're learning about all this awful stuff? Despoil your experience of well, certainly, I mean, I think I like a lot of people have to you know, sort of second guess fandom of people that Roman implants gay. And and what he Allen knowing things that we know for me, the hardest one is planned scared because I think he's one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. And I can't I can't you know, I can't dismiss his body of work. It's just impossible for me. I also have written about him. And and I did. Podcast season about the Manson murders in which his treatment of Sharon Tate is a big feature, and I find that heartbreaking and really upsetting. But I can't turn my back on those movies. We know some of the story of Howard Hughes's, progressively, more eccentric lonely and lousy life. As as the years went on. One of the things that. You have kind of brought to the fore about that progression in his life. Is that? We know a lot more now than we did even ten or fifteen years ago about the ways that head injuries affect people. He was dude who was in like many plane and automobile crashes. Correct. And there was not that good of seatbelts at that time now. And also in a lot of cases, he was getting like sub hospital medical care because he was trying to keep things quiet. I'm not saying that the private doctors attending him weren't good. But he didn't want to be hospitalized for things. So I really believe that that his brain was fundamentally altered after the major plane crash of nineteen forty six in which he crashed an experimental plane into Beverly Hills neighborhood and was pulled out of the burning wreckage and probably should have died. He certainly became a codeine addict after that, and he was able to be a functional codeine addict for about seven to ten years. But the last twenty years or about twenty years of his life. He was primarily an addict more than he was functioning at anything else considering his story through the lens of this series of people whose stories were less well-known through through their eyes. So to speak. Change at all your own presumptions about him. I think that I still had going into the project. I think I still had this idea that, you know, maybe that came a little bit from the aviator, maybe just came from his mythology in the public imagination that he was more or less success and being able to see him through focusing on his time in Hollywood, and how he was perceived by people in Hollywood, you know, I can say that he was not a success in Hollywood. At least. I mean, his legacy in Hollywood is primarily a negative one. He very arrogantly kind of bumbled into destroying the studio system by accepting a a deal to divorce archaic owes production unit from its theatrical distribution exhibition unit which forced all of the other studios to follow suit. She'll be could no longer be to integrate. They couldn't. They couldn't own the theaters and the cameras, right? Correct. He was the first person to say to give up fighting that and to accept it. Because in his mind that would allow him to negotiate with other movie theaters, rather than just having to show, our KO stuff in Arcadia theaters, but it didn't work out that way and turned into a huge disaster for the studio system, certainly his work to antagonize the censorship system. You know might have led to our current rating system, which is maybe good in some ways, negative and other ways. And you know, if you just look at the numbers his his movies. The did not make the money that his publicists wanted us to think that they did green along. We're thanks for coming on bowls. I it was great to get to talk to you. Thank you so much Jesse..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"He wanted to have a lot of women who he could spread his time around so thin that he never none of them ever really got to know him personally, even if they got the illusion that they did. And you know, if somehow it was easier for him to spread himself that then then to actually like really give himself to one person. How does new learning about these stories learning about the real human beings change the way that you process the art works? Well, I don't think that necessarily always does except in that, I think it gives you, more empathy. For the people you see on screen, and and you almost feel like, you know, them to some extent. But then in some cases, like there's a movie I write about in the book called wait till the sun shines Nellie. This is a movie I'd never heard of until I started doing this book. And now it's a movie that I'm completely fascinated by. And that's a film that Jean Peter stars in. I think it's nine hundred fifty two or nineteen Fifty-three. It's wall. She's dating Howard. He was but before they get married, and it's a movie about a woman who marries a guy and she thinks she's married like a great guy who's a great catch. And then they're on a train on their honeymoon. And they're supposed to get off in Chicago. And he tells her they're getting off before Chicago in a tiny town. And it turns out he's promised her that they're gonna live in Chicago. But he's actually bought a barber shop in this tiny town. And this is the first of many many many lies. He tells her and the movie at least the first half of the movie is about her slowly coming to understand that what she thought was reality. -ality is in fact, a complete manipulation on the part of the guy she married, and it's a fascinating movie for a lot of reasons. But one of the reasons is because in nineteen fifty seven Jean Peters would marry how're Mary Howard Hughes. And he would do the same thing to her more or less. He would just lied to her and lie to hurt and lie to her and try to create these allusions that things were one way when the truth was completely different. And she stuck it out for way longer than I think a lot of modern women would or women in another situation. Would I mean? I mean, I feel like there is. There is a conversation about to separate the art and artist because there have been many cases of artists doing terrible things in their lives. There's a second conversation, which is that. I it seems like a Hollywood especially the films as a commercial product are created in part to be in dialogue with this public conversation about who they're stars are as people, and it seems like that's on purpose. And that was like something that certainly Howard Hughes was perfectly aware of like he was set out to create these narratives in in in in the press that we're supposed to represent reality that ran parallel to the narratives that went up on the screen. Yeah. I mean, he he is not he did a lot of things publicity wise that were new or more extreme than other people. But in terms of that parallel narrative, I mean hot. Ali would was doing that in the teens. And I think that that's one of the things that really makes Hollywood a interesting and unusually successful industry that they from the very beginning. They understood that the movies were completed by this sort of second screen experience..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Bullseye. Jesse thorn? If you're just joining us, I'm talking with the writer Karina Longworth. She's an expert on the history of Hollywood's golden age, she hosts a podcast about it. It's called you must remember this. She also has a new book out it's called seduction sex lies in stardom in Howard Hughes Hollywood, which talk a little bit about Jane Russell because Jane Russell is a star who is much deeper into Hughes life as he became more exploitative and more manipulative and more insane. Tell me about how Hughes and Jane Russell connected. So she was a teenage girl from the valley. She was engaged area football player, and she did some quote unquote, sports modeling, which was just very tame pinup photos of her in a bathing suit, one of these photos was spotted by an agent who knew that Howard. He was looking for a girl to play half Mexican in a movie, he got Howard. He is the head shot. She was brought in for an audition. She was cast was just like a normal way. For Howard Hughes to cast people in movies lick get a picture of somebody. There's a point where he's like literally like getting a picture of somebody than sending somebody to take a picture of that person bringing them to Hollywood on that basis say this would not have been normal for anybody else. But yes, this was normal for Howard Hughes, and especially after Jane Russell, he did develop this process of he. He read every magazine and newspaper. He could get his hands on he'd spot a picture of a girl that he liked the looks of. And then he'd hire one of his personal photographers to go to wherever that girl was and take very specific. He was mandated photos. These photos had to be the actress or the girl was not supposed to be wearing any glamour makeup or have her hair professionally done and the photos were supposed to be head on and simple profile shot. So that he could see what they really looks like. And then if he liked what they really looked like he'd start this whole process of having her come to Los Angeles, and he'd get her either a hotel room or an apartment or a house, and he'd assign people on his staff to drive them around and basically spy on them twenty four hours a day, and put them through acting classes, and all of these things and the whole purpose of this in most cases was so that there could be a girl and a house who was available for Howard Hughes one he wanted to see her and he was almost like a collector of women. He would. Date multiple people at the same time. And would like put them up in bungalows at the at the hotel yet at the Beverly Hills hotel. Let's talk about the outlook the movie that Jane Russell start in tell me a little bit about it as a movie what's it about? It's about Billy the kid. And it's based on a sort of fantasy version of the Billy the kid's story that Howard hawks had once heard which was that his his death was faked and that he actually ran off with this girl and the way that it ended up manifesting in this movie that Howard Hughes made is that Billy the kid is in hiding, and he meets this young woman that's half Mexican woman played by Jane Russell. And she understands that Billy the kid had killed her brother. So she like tries to kill him with a pitchfork, and he rapes her in a hayloft, and then she falls into some kind of hypnotic. Love with him. And basically goes from being of strong women who wants to kill him to being his slave. It's reflective of the relationships that Hugh seem to want to have with women which were very much about power. I mean, he was a guy who wanted to have control over everything and his environment. Absolutely. And you know, I it seems almost like that is as important to him as. You know that that is like the central part of being a playboy with for him. Is that kind of sense of control and ownership? Absolutely. And and that's also where being a collector comes into because he didn't want just one woman with whom he would be forced to have an intimate relationship..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Which basically it accelerated the oil boom by allowing people to drill through harder rock faster. So his dad had a very thriving business during that he was not his dad wasn't even really multimillionaire at that point. But he had a successful business. Then both Howard Hughes's parents died. I as mom and about a year and a half later, his dad. At that time. Howard Hughes was eighteen years old. And he spent the next year fighting the rest of his family for control sole control over his father's company. Once he managed to get sole control over his father's company. He basically allowed other people to manage the company and then he moved to Los Angeles. And he had three goals. He wanted to be the best pilot in the world the best golfer in the world and the greatest motion picture producer in the world. So why do you think Hollywood was one of those goals? He talked about, you know, in early interviews when he was much less guarded than he became. He talked about first of all wanting to make a name for himself that was different from his father not wanting to be in the oil business or that kind of invention business. He wanted to do something that was just his and he talked about being fascinated with movies and being drawn to watching them. Even when he knew they were bad and talked about like almost hypnotic Laura that they had for. Him. And when you paired those kinds of things that he said with things that he said and things that he would later do when it came to presenting women on the screen. You know, I do think there was something sexual for him about watching movies. It was a place for him to be kind of alone with his fantasies. What were his first like power moves in the movie business, one of the very first films? He produced was called three Arabian nights. And it was nominated for the best comedy film at the first Academy Awards category, which did not exist after that points. And he was also nominated as the producer of film called the racket that year. So that was a big splash for him. These movies were big hits and gave him the credibility and the the local power in order to do. What was then his dream project, which is what became Hells Angels. What did that job entail? Are we talking about he put up the money? Are we talking about he put every piece of these films together? Are we like what was the power? That he had and what was he actually doing for his first few films? He was definitely just the money guy. And he basically was able to find people that he trusted and who trusted him, and who would take his money and turn it into movies. Once he had those first successes though, then he became emboldened to try to make movies himself. And so from the beginning on Hells Angels. Even though at first he wasn't the writer or the director. He was supposed to be just the money, man. He started wanting creative control. And he ended up pushing out this friend of his Marshall Neilan who claimed that he came up with the idea for the film and Hugh's basically took over for him and became the director of the film, the breakout star of Hells Angels was Jean Harlow who was Jean Harlow Jean Harlow was nobody when she was first cast and how in Hells Angels. She was a young woman recently, divorced from quickey teenage marriage. She had a very controlling stage mother whose name was also Jane. Hi. And she was the ex girlfriend of one of the actors and Hells Angels, James Hall and hall brought Jean Harlow in for a screen test and Hughes sauce something in her. Nobody else saw anything in her. They saw a beautiful girl who looked incredibly uncomfortable on camera, but Hughes likes that. And so he cast her in this film. And he she had a very curvaceous body. She was not somebody who felt empowered by her sexuality or wanted to display it but Hughes thought that that's where the money lay was an exploiting. Jane Harlow is very curvaceous body. So he created these costumes for her that would show an an incredible amount of cleavage. And he kind of built the film around her just walking into rooms and changing the temperature of everybody in the room. What was the relationship between Houston Harlow, a lot of people believe that they had some kind of a fair, but in my research..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Jason mitchell. Everyone tyrel this is new film in theaters now. It's bowls eye. I'm Jesse thorn. We're kind of fascinated with the golden age of Hollywood, Orson, Welles and Cary Grant and gone with the wind and all that stuff look up the topic. You will find hundreds of books in movies and TV shows bus tours, basically everything that could possibly be imagined. And a lot of times those depictions aren't really subtle. They're usually swept up in glitz and glamour, or they are the opposite of that dark and morose and gritty, but behind the history and the lore of that era. There are real complex stories about actual human beings. People who are household names today. People we've long since forgotten Karina Longworth is a writer and an expert researcher on that era. She's written five books on the topic. And she also hosts the beloved podcast, you must remember this in all the for work. She's nuanced subtle and she. Digs up all the most important information. Her newest book is called seduction sex lies and stardom in Howard Hughes. Hollywood Hughes is of course, one of the most famous twentieth century Americans. Just that's at one of the most famous twentieth century Americans. He's been written about and depicted in films thousand different ways. Maybe you saw the aviator some years ago. Anyway, Longworth spoke talks about Hughes in Hollywood way back when financing movies writing and directing movies at one point running studio but more than Hughes. The book is about a group of women who passed through his life their stories and how they were affected by the weird abusive system that he created to recruit develop and control actresses Karina Longworth. Welcome back the bills. I it's nice to see. Thanks. Thanks for having me. How did you end up thinking about? Howard Hughes and the women with whom Howard Hughes work and with whom Howard Hughes had various types of intimate relationships. Well, the very very first seat of me wanting to do this was that I stumbled across some message board where somebody made a post that was just women Howard Hughes had slept with and it was just a list and most of them were actresses. And there was no other information about any of them. And I read that listen, I just thought wow every single name. There has a whole story just a whole life. And all this guy cares about is that they had sex with Howard Hughes, and that just made me think of ways in what she could use a fact that some people find titillating or interesting because of the fact that it's titillating and have that be sort of a Trojan horse as a way to tell them other things and things that I find more interesting. So then I started doing a couple podcast episodes called the many loves of Howard Hughes about some of the women who ended up in the book such. As Jane Russell, Jean Harlow. And then it just became kind of a no brainer that you could take some of these stories I'd already done and add a lot more research and a lot more stories, and it becomes a book. Let's set a little context for people who have only a tenuous understanding of who Howard Hughes was or who some of the lesser known figures in this story are why was a Howard Hughes rich when he moved to Hollywood. And why did he move to Hollywood his father had invented a groundbreaking literally drill bit?.

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Straight in by six four. Eight I was. That's what I'm talking about. Man. You're a grownup when you started acting, right? Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. Yep. I was twenty three probably got my first job at probably like twenty four. Yeah. It's been like sorta road another since and it was so weird because like. I got a lot of rappers around rappers drug did was what I grew up around this child. You know, what I mean, and they make their own hours, and they move as fast as they wanna move and they make product as fast as they wanna to make it. But in Phil in acting period is just hurry up. And wait hurry to the addition. Wait, wait Rupe? Hurry up. Do. Your addition way for comeback, then hurry of new your comeback, and then wait to see in way to shoot. And it's always a waiting awaiting awaiting. And it was just something that I just wasn't satisfied. With before. I booked the film. I was like I gotta put some resume. Okay. Let me go do some place. You know what I'm saying? So when did like to plays in don't give me wrong like did is a beautiful thing. But it was something that had the gas myself to do in the middle of my life. I started booking and I was like. Okay, cool. But I had never been an extra. I didn't have any set experience. So all that new was oh, mother forty five minutes. Set my little three lines. And then when I the next thing it was it wasn't enough a book that thing Mark Wahlberg. I'm like that wasn't enough. Then book another thing with him wasn't enough. I need, you know, book straight out of confidence. I'm like that's still not enough. I'm still at the point in the race. Where like my head is still down. You know what I mean? I'm not even I don't even see the finish line yet. I'm just trying to make sure my footing in off Jason Europe, former professional hoist or shutter, I am can you give me a neat waster shocking. Tips. I've never shocked annoy Stor. It's pretty easy man is because they have a hedge on the back, obviously because it's a muscle overs in closes like a clam. But I as I you wanna realize that you're basically gonna kill a live rock. Okay. You're going to take. You're gonna take a life at this point. It's still alive is long as it's closed is still alive and kicking. And you're an animal for taking the life. So you realize that I write, but you wanna just they have like a flat side, which we like to call the Skillet side. And then they have like a bow side a lot of people like the both sides like, you know, slurping off or whatever. But the best presentation is on the flat side of right? So he put the bowl side on the bottom flat sat on the top in the hinge like in the back, right? And as long as you put the pressure on the front of it when you sorta like Jimmy the knife into the hinge, it'll it'll pop that's kind of what it is. But I mean, sometimes, you know from New Orleans seen. Super huge, you some money the Chromebook for like, you know, but. That's basically it man. That's that's the tips. You know, like, I'm arguably one of the best chug rivers in the world. I would put my money down on that. I would I would feed yours change your life for sure. Well, I'm whenever just let me know. Down. Club with richer. Right. Just sit up shop outside with the grill. Make it super super new. Well, Jason thank you so much for taking all this time to be on those. I was really great to get to talk to you. This is a pleasure. This is this is a pleasure. This is a milestone rather? So appreciate it. Thank you so much..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's eye. Jesse? Thorn, my guest is the actor Jason Mitchell. You've seen him in the films. Mudbound, straight outta Compton in which he played easy. He also starred on Showtime's the shy. His new film is called tyrel. It's out. Now. Can you tell me how you got the part in straight outta Compton low? They have this lady named Megan Lewis. She does a lot of auditions in New Orleans like anything serious, you're probably gonna end up going through Megan. And there's and there's a lot of there's a lot of shooting in New Orleans, especially the last ten fifteen years, right? Would productions there, right? Yeah. So she she's done some pretty big stuff in the is kinda hilarious because right before that. I did a an addition for pitch perfect, which I see why didn't get the part, but I took it super serious. So you can just imagine how that might have went. But I mean, we are talking talking about the two biggest music movies in the last decade, right facts, facts facts. But. For me just doing anything with Megan. Always was very scary because she's very Boston. And she's very like just serious face. She doesn't want to laugh with you. She may not shake hands. She don't she don't have time for that. She's one of the people who don't care about that, you know, that she don't have time for that. You know, when you say she's very Boston. Do you mean that she's cold in northeastern that she's cold in northeastern end, also white? Colin also, white. And I just never booked with have always went in there, and like sorta bomb, you know, like I had an agent who had enough respect to like put me in places that I probably shouldn't have been at times. And she watched me audition. And she wants me get better. Well, we dished out of comfortable. I went in put myself on tape with Megan. And she's literally like double high five me walk me to let me know how good this could be come as soon as I walked off. Like, it was just I was like you not to Megan that I remember at all like, we don't I don't know you totally right now. She was so proud of me. Right. So they call me back when I'm like at my job. I'm like shucking oysters. They called me in there. Like, we want you to fly to LA the more for Coubat. I'm like wait what record scratch like what? No, I'm not flying to LA for co. Cub back tomorrow. I'm still probation for not in the position of the way my Bank account setup. You Sam say Cossiga kids. I can't just get on a flight to LA tomorrow. Like that Simpson. I've never been to California. I don't know you scaring me right now. So they called me back, and then like, well, they wanna Skype it, but. Like, say less to easy, you know. So I go back by mega 'cause we got a hardware this joy to the to the super way with the big intent on tapping a building. We don't need. No skips. We don't need. No. We don't need. No nathan. You know what? I mean, we need to be the best connection. We can get. Right. So get me to the CNN studio. Exactly facts. Right. You still we we go there, and it was hours seventeen minutes over Skype, and we did the same five scenes over and over and over and over and over again and. At the end of it. I just bust out of that. And then I just remember hearing all these voices start laughing like, wait, wait all these people in the room. Like who had these people? I still don't know who these people are to this day. You know, what I mean who is in that room? But it was it happened right there over Skype. They've never left was my first time going to California was on the first class late headed to the London hotel, baby. Re route. Let's hear my guest Jason Mitchell in straight outta Compton. From a couple of years ago. He played easy in the movie. I in this clip, easy is in the studio. And he's trying to lay down the lyrics for his probably a signature hit boys in the hood..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"But we all have this sort of this this downhill jazz that send us, and I love it so much because what I've taken for my city has been the number one thing that kept me grounded because I'm still the guy that help somebody with their groceries instead of guy. Let's let the ladies order. I still going to let the ladies walk out of the elevator. I I'm working on my etiquette. So I follow going up. The stairs lead coming downstairs. You made. I'm still that guy. I still. Take pride in in that my mom would be proud of the man that I am if that makes sense. It's a melting pot Potman this Gumbo. Part is what is it's a city with a lot of culture, you know, that identity, but you know, we got tragedy. Just like we got love where were you in your life when Katrina happened? I was eighteen years old just graduated high school ended up not going to college because I felt like, you know, helping my mom out was helping myself out. That's the best way. I really do it. You know, just to be eighteen in try to be a man just trying to go out there and get it myself. Are you talking about jobs jobs, or are you talking about street work? It started off job a job. But we evacuated to Austin, Texas, and like I was working at a hotel, and it just wasn't working out. I mean, I can barely communicate with the people. Most of them were, you know, fully fluent, Spanish, speaking people. 'cause I was you know, working I had a lower end jobs. So I could barely even communicate. You know what I mean? So it's like the streets keep cutting a so that's what made the money faster, you know. But. I think he'd also put me a sort of a fast paced blend of life experiences. You know, 'cause I went through a lot in my life that I was like why does why round going through this in the I didn't know that I would be acting somebody that people resonate with so. Well, but I do know I got enough stuff to cry about that. I didn't probably. Who says, you know, just saving up for the TV? I save it often the TV you ended up catching some cases. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That was. Yeah. I mean that was just young and foolish, man. I was young and foolish. Probably watching too any movies got too happy. And. Happen fast. It was pretty easy to get in trouble in just hard to get out a fought for that is so interesting because like a damn near went broke trying to go to jail, and the first big movie that I was supposed to whether I was invited to the premiere of wizar- contraband, and it opened worldwide, you know, Mike Wilbert, he does he big. So it was supposed to be in France for the first opening in. I was in jail. And I was embarrassed people was like actress they'll go to jail, man. You ain't no act. A man, you ain't even moving man. What you're talking about going to jail. Like, he was like, why are you still in here? I'm like because I don't have a bond in. Oh, it was something that that really let me know early on..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"So much enjoy. Jason mitchell. Welcome to bulls. I am happy to have you on the show. Oh, man. Happy to be here. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. You were kind enough to ask me how I was doing in a relatively sincere way right before we went on the air, and I confess to being a little bent outta shape. Because I would just watch this movie an hour and a half ago, right? It is it is. Yeah. I mean, it is like the intimacy of of a film shot in this manner. You know, like these like, it's a very it's a very small scale film, but that intimacy becomes really horror life. It really is. It definitely goes from from from dark comedy horror comedy, very quickly. You almost feel scared for Tyler, you know. And it's it's it's a pretty interesting movie to watch it for it to be so intimate in not have any explosions. You know that it's very intense. Very tips is so beautiful thing to be able to recognize our differences. You know, what I mean like the relationship Michael Sarah have. On camera is the same relationship that he and I have off camera because we're okay with looking at our differences. I could be like, hey, look, you know, you will come up I'm going to the club with future tonight. You know what? I mean, you know, trying to move you know, what I mean he came on Jason. And I'm not I mean. That kind of thing. Immediate him a good friends because we're okay with accepting each other for who we are you gonna tell you Jason like, you know, that Mike is in a good position in his life in career where he feels comfortable saying no to an invitation to go to the club with you in future. He made it. That's what he his. He's got. He's so set the he's got something better to do than that. Even if they're better to do means. He just wants to read a book or whatever like you won't find me at the club on a regular day. I believe you me, right. Unless it's a show where something I'm not at the club. If you call me tomorrow and said would you like to go to the club with me and future? I'd be like I mean. Yes, I guess. Yeah. Man. He's kinda guy. He's that kind of guy. I love him so much for it. I love him so much for it. Because they're this film. You know, like we were shooting the Catskills. You know, suicide like we got hotels that luxury around us. We all literally had to like stay in cabins together. You also like some actor stay together, some producer stay together, you know, so on and so forth. But we just really got to know each other man, he taught me how to play poker. It's this really really really cool. Dude, you know. And I think you should always hang with everybody because you can learn from everybody the first time he was on this show. Was by phone from his parents house. That's not surprising. So Michael, so Michael let let's hear another scene from the movie tyrel. So in this scene, your character than his buddy are like this is just after the scene that we just heard you're like on the road. And finally, you're the car is out of gas. Everybody's all worn out. And you just been standing there in the cold and pushing the car, and whatever and your friends are supposed to be there, but they're super late. And finally, we need the phrase they roll in. Yeah. Thank you. How you doing good? I'm roddy. Right. Tyler the The Nishi. Nikkei could snacks. Actually tyler. Idiot. That's like the almost as big as the racial aggression gets in the movie, we there's not a moment where a guy in a Ku Klux Klan hood, right breaks down the screen door. The black dude. Right. Yeah. And I think that like, you know, one of the things about the film is that everyone all of the characters are essentially, you know, offering their best goodwill. Right..

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's bull's eye. Jesse thorn first up this week? Jason Mitchell, Jason is an actor really great actor. He's been in a bunch of acclaimed movies and TV shows in mudbound from a couple years ago. He played a World War Two veteran returning home to Mississippi in straight outta Compton. He basically stole every scene. He was in as EC and on the hit TV show the shy he starred as Brandon Jason started acting a little late in the game. He didn't get his first role till he was twenty four. It wasn't an easy road for him. Either. He was raised in a tough part of New Orleans. His home was devastated by Katrina. He had run ins with the law when he was younger, you'll hear more about all that stuff and just a minute. The important thing about Jason though is this. He's got a presence on screen that demands your attention. He's I it'll magnetic he's charming. I get that. It's sort of a cliche to say you're going to be hearing even more great things from Jason Mitchell soon. But seriously, I expect. That that you'll be hearing even more great things from Jason Mitchell soon. I think you'll agree with me too. Once was you this interview, he's got a new movie coming out? It's called tyrel. It's theaters now Mitchell stars as Tyler he's a young guy who lives with his girlfriend in New York and works at a restaurant. He decides he wants to get out of the city you take a trip with a handful of other guys his age he rides out to the Catskills for a long guys weekend in a cabin only. The guys in the cabin are almost all friends of friends. He doesn't really know any of them and one other thing that's worth mentioning Tyler's black everyone else on the trip is white. If that plot sounds like it just went from goofy fun to nerve wracking. That's because it it did director Sebastian Silva made it that way the movies funny at times, but it's not exactly a comedy. It's intense kind of stressful, but it's also not really a horror movie nothing really gruesome or violent happens. It's both a weird and weirdly plausible look at Ray. Ace and masculinity and how people react when they have to deal with those topics head on let's hear a little bit of the movie and this scene Tyler and his friend. John are on their way to the weekend. A birthday for a guy named Pete their car breaks down. There pushing down a back road high in the Catskills. And as they're about to hear a woman walking along the road played by an Dowd notices, they're having car Trump. My husband has the car, right? Help you. I'm sorry. Always is fine. That's okay. Our friends are coming. They live nearby. They're going to they're going to be here. Where are you going three hundred peaking moves? That's just on the road the tube loop houses side by side. Yeah, you're visiting the Argentinian fellow Vico Nico. That's it. Very nice. We are. Yeah. I hadn't had the chance to meet him. We'll see how that goes. So where are you coming from? Oh, just in the city. You have. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Not too far up for a weekend. Right. I'm sylvia. Oh, Tyler lecture, pleasure to meet you listen. Well, if your friends bail on you, I live right on the corner, tons of real. All right. Thank you luck to you. I think he. Nice to meet you too. Yeah. And your name off, John John John have a great.

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Made everyone watch this movie i'll go versus i made everybody watch it all right this is my thing the movie ain't good jason mitchell rituals also that we forgot to see that jason mitchell williams from the reason yeah and i loved jason mitchell jason mitchell maybe one of my favorite actors right now because he plays characters tough but also very vulnerable which is something you really see for black man the thing about this movie is that is tricky because the original super flat was set a film that you really had to be a love with genre like it wasn't it wasn't like you know it wasn't a great movie it wasn't even a shaft where like you know i think he was a pimp think i'm gonna look him up original superfly was yeah it was a very tricky movie to remake and he was in drug dealer in well he wasn't he was both it wasn't a boat he was a drug dealer and a drug dealer and a pimp wasn't wasn't he also may be a pimp in this one you know what i mean like he was like maybe a pin he was an implied there was actually that's true it was like he could have been a pamphlet in really the first scene there was like there was a little bit of like maybe he's also yeah very my baking about that that made it tough for me is because i do think trevor jackson is a really good actor because i liked him in bernie sanders i like him grownups but he's just too young like this character needed to be like forty or something to do to twenty yeah even with the beard and i'm like jason mitchell listening to this like everyone's scared also there's no we live eighteen what does he takes place nigga rockin perms like that for real you know what what i mean like like i feel like this i mean that was kind of no it was but i was just like my man this isn't this isn't a thing like this this isn't this isn't it thing perm isn't good here good here that was tough to me was that if one of those movies that we almost has seen before whereas like you'll meme china do one last score didn't get out the game but the game won't let me out.

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"And it breaks my hard to say this and have been saying this i just the move just a guy posted on on black owner of that um but tyrell man look i i love jason mitchell i think jason mitchell's a very very very talented actor i also think if we're talking about award seasons this year he has been shut out of the conversation for best actor on his work in mud down is actually very phenomenal us me uh and it's a criminal in my personal opinion that he is not but he's probably again nominated for an oscar for his performance um he deserves better because of this because tiro doesn't make any damn sent is aimless michael sarah puts on a do rag at the end of the film i'm not even joking i just why i don't know in a wetsuit and a wetsuit together no outright just on the point that why why is that happening is any sniff if it's together or separately i don't understand true but um the film is aimless and i think jim in a really good point and i put it in my film to i don't like comparing to black films because i think we have so many limited lifezette of lock zone though he comes out of here well i i think it's a black experience that sinn during it so imachi definition yet it's a black blackville because it's it's the core of the film is what is it like the only black person in a sea of white people a white cohort flooding deaths pacific you want black experience right that's why i categorized as blackville when the terms of like the actors and like the director no is failure by the experience makes it that i had with tyrell as they didn't really discuss any kind of racial or social commentary about his blackness right otherwise you can put it on the same walls its get out yet.

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"Uh i would say man it brings my hard to say this and i've been saying this i just the review you just a guy posted on on black ownerscom but tyrell man look i i love jason mitchell i think jason mitchell's of very very very talented actor i also think if we're talking about award seasons this year he has been shut out of the conversation for best actor on his work in mud down is actually very phenomenal you asked me and it's a criminal in my personal opinion that he is not but he's probably going to be nominated for an oscar for his performance um he deserves better because of this because tiro doesn't make any damn sent his aimless michael sarah puts on a do rag at the end of the film i'm not even joking i just why i don't know in a wetsuit and a wetsuit together no i outlined adam earlier schefter the point is that why why is that happening if any sniff if his together or separately i don't understand true but um the film is aimless and i think of doing made a really good point and i put it in my film to i don't like comparing to black films because i think we have so many limited lifezette of it a black film them he comes out of here well i think it's a black experienced that centering it so imachi definition yet it's a blackville because it's it's the core of the film is what is it like the only black person in a sea of white people in white cohort flooding deaths pacific you want black experience right that's why i categorized as blackville when the terms of like the actors and like the director no it's not failure by the experience makes it that i had with tyrell as they didn't really discuss any kind of racial or social commentary about his blackness right otherwise you can put it on the same parallels its get out yet.

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"jason mitchell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jason mitchell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is the phone of talking text before the break count toll about mud bound and and and how much he liked it and now eric what did you think i like it very much to hide saw the took some man's back in january and lots of other a fan of de reasons pariah and i think it odd better as it progresses it was really begin it'd be late possible it might be going uh the approaching material that we sort of kind seeing before and you know if it was gonna uh present anything new uh and it it doesn't really matter because of comments and there's going on in this movie and there are a lot of plots strands and a lot of characters to follow and died is a real credit to raise that she's able to sort of balance uh all of that without any of its feelings sort of you know who forced force in any way and uh obviously a lot of people are going to be concentrating on uh the racism angle uh out lose a very big part of it but i think the film also works uh very well as a kind of a testament to how poorly we sort of treat our veterans people who return and you think about uh the jason mitchell character in the film how you know he's able to go uh you know across the pond and you know tree and be a part of something there and everyone's you know looking out for each other on the right side and then he comes home to you know they're where he can't sit in the front seat without being you know stared at uh you know he just doesn't have the same rights as everyone else you can fight first country but can't sit in the front seat i mean it's just it's it's it's real garbage uh and then there was real pay off to all of this uh i think garrett hedlund is having has never been better uh it in the film i never nato better yeah yeah uh he's he's really good in the film mitchell's really good uh yeah the other i mean the really miss a bad linc uh in the film anywhere uh and.

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