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How Chicago's Death Alley Got Its Name
"By I decided to restart my day took a shower here. We are feeling good feeling in feel like I'm in the driver's seat. Good. Good. Yeah. That's a lesson forever and restart your day whenever you choose if you're not going the way, you want it. You get to restart it whenever you want and hydrate. And hydrate I'm going to a separate now. Everyone with us. Wasn't that refreshing. So before we get into the history of the Pittsburgh playhouse. Mercedes who again today script wrote us a little introduction. So without further ado, let's get into says. Introduction. She writes I love Pittsburgh. It's my home city, and in my humble opinion, it's one of the top two best cities on the planet. It's a place full of life and culture and history, but it's so small unleash that it tends to fly beneath the radar for most I grew up loving the city and knowing that it has a lot to offer when it comes artistic expression August Wilson, famously loved the city his home city so much that he created that connick Pittsburgh cycle it's an amazing city so to me, it just makes sense that if ghosts were real, they'd want to come back to hang out in the burgh I love for a little longer guests I love that you really heartfelt starts episode Mercedes. I think I need to go to Pittsburgh have you been now? Road trip I how far far could we drive from here? Yeah. I don't think it's far I think yeah I don't know. No I think. We'll take our stark reserves. Okay. So the history of the Pittsburgh playhouse. By Mercedes okay. The historic Pittsburgh playhouse originally on craft and was not so much a theater as it was a collection of buildings that were brought and then turned into theatrical spaces. The first of these was acquired in nineteen, thirty four and was formerly a German Social Club. This building was bought as a wedding present by Richard. Row for his wife Helen Wayne their stories actually very cute. So Richard. Fell in love with Helen when he first saw her perform in New York, his family was super rich and well-known Spanish factors in Pittsburgh. So he bought the location for Helen to give her a nice space to act in Pittsburgh. He basically did this so that they could live there together and she would feel fulfilled even though she wasn't a Big New York City Act trix actress. On that's so cute. Matching someone just give. The building. Just so that you can. Live in the and like feel like you're a big time. Yeah. I get jobs. Yes. Okay. So that their names are Helen and Richard Richard and So. With that, the Pittsburgh Civic playhouse was formed not just by Richard and Helen. It was a group of artists making up the company but like the rows. Oh but like the rows were moneybags. playhouses. Next purchase was an adjacent house to act as a lobby for what was then known as the Roth eater. The first performance in this theater and lobby space was in nineteen, thirty four. The playhouse was fairly popular in the thirties and forties staging productions of Noel Coward's private lives in Thornton wilders. Then new our town during his l.. Then new. Oh. I would like to, I. would like to live in a world where. Still felt new. During this, the playhouses signature leading lady was, of course, none other than Helen Wayne row, which seems like a pretty sweet deal and I'm jealous of her whole situation getting a sugar daddy to basically launch her acting career. Mercedes. SPEAK ON A. So the stage also housed musicals and featured a little known dancer choreographer just months before he would get his big break on Broadway you WanNa. Take a guess Fred Astaire. Close. Close. Oh Who Does skin I don't another dig her come on. It's obvious. Gene, Kelly. of. Yeah. Gosh. Okay. But I've heard he's like Not Nice well, did he like demand rehearsals like over and over again tell people bleeding? Yeah something wacko on in singing in the rain like I've brought up seeing in the rain on this podcast before which is funny. Okay. So that's NEAT I didn't know Gene Kelly was from. Pittsburgh neither that means Jim Kelly Okay Mall from the Burgh. What a gorgeous dancer what? Does little tap into. All right. Moving on. The third building that was additives Hodgepodge of theaters was formerly the tree of life synagogue the congregation moved to Squirrel Hill. I have to stop. I have to stop Squirrel Hill. Sounds like that sounds like a horrifying like like scary movie of chipmunks and squirrels like like. or or Blake dream. Yes my partner like squirrels. Okay. the congregation moved to Scroll Hill in nineteen fifty, one in this space was acquired by the playhouse making up their largest theater space. The Rock wealthier underneath the theater was a restaurant known as the playhouse restaurant. A former ballroom turned ice cream parlor. Cute. Wow. They're out here like setting up a small town. Lot of they got a restaurant. So there's three theaters. All connecting. So like spaces. Yeah. It was the playhouse restaurant, which is a ballroom to ice cream parlor. Got It. So you want got it another local Pittsburgh or to get their star at the playhouse before becoming a household name was one Shirley. Jones. I don't know that is. Listeners You do but I hope you do if you don't Google it we will. Profess, she performed in the playoffs. Many times Okay. Walmer says love that fact but. I feel like we're GONNA waking up in like feel stupid or something. Yeah. Well, another Pittsburgh native who has a history at the playhouse, oh? My Gosh is Jeff. Goldblum. We love chuckles literally Jeff. Goldblum pits. Pittsburgh playhouse butter boop. Out by I love. Jeff. Jacob Blue, that's the best I can I gotta wash him. Once when I go on benders watching Jeff Videos I can get that I can get that down pat? I can do really well that was impression to have like just in your back pocket it is it is when parties come back in twenty thirty I'll be sure to have perfected that party trick. Apparently, his first acting was done with the children's Cedar through playhouse junior an educational opportunities where children received professional training on a professional stage. Mercedes wrote feel free to have Goldblum here I would like to but I don't know why I love You love yes. We've why sorry I just I we did watch this show. But I'm just saying like outside of like that show on Disney plastic everyone by the way if you're busy plus stream Jeff. Goldblum show it's incredible but. I Love Jeff Goldblum I want his his interviews on Graham Norton also highly recommend every interview on. Yeah. True. True. Just pivoting entirely too grim noreen. My favorite episode did US maybe we are together. So don't get mad at me but did you watch that episode of Jeff. Goldblum the world according to Jeff Goldblum by the way is the full title did you watch the episode where he goes to Jeff Goldblum Day and gets like a tattoo like he'll give some tattoo people are getting Jeff. Goldblum. FLASH TATTOOS DID YOU. Know I didn't. But I've seen I've seen him Like. In an interview talking about people getting tattoos of him. And it's so funny. It's like I feel like we should be our next to you remember when we had just left London and somewhat some artists like installed this giant Jeff Goldblum statue on like Phil Lot on the lawn outside the the bridge theater setting somewhere around there and they had this like Gorgeous Gold Statue of Jeff Goldblum laying down like he doesn't Dross Park Oh. Yeah and he's like young his shirtless Yeah Walnut list but tank top or whatever no just a button down but it was like not buttoned half a Oh Anyway so you shouldn't. Superstar. He is he's got to love him. Okay. We're going to move on because this isn't his show but if he's listening it can be your show, Jeff. He's just sweet. Just send us an email. Go slight see the me calm your show. Can take over. So. The theater began to struggle financially and was acquired by point bark. Point Park University in nineteen sixty eight the playhouse continued to operate now mostly for students for many years this way this wasn't a perfect fit though the buildings of the playhouse were old and not originally intended for theater. They were also much farther from Point Park's main downtown campus making the playhouse more trouble for the school than it was worth in late two, thousand, eighteen, the old Pittsburgh playhouse buildings crafts avenue were demolished as the spirit of the playhouse was moved to a new home. Oh, that's a bummer. It's like cool history. The new Pittsburgh playhouse complex is located on Forbes and fourth, and while it may not have as many ghosts lingering as the old buildings had it is at the very least a space that was designed and intended to be used for theatre. Sad. Sad. Okay. Well, moving on things the hunting section of the Pittsburgh playhouse. We gotta get my my spooky vocal but We also Halloween town reference. Have you sir. Familiar. Halloween town. Longtime ago. I know. Collectively, Judge Lino, she was not raised on D. Calms and it shows in times like this. There's a wonderful line that Debbie Reynolds has when she corrects her grandson on how to make a ghost noise like make it like this out of a ghost sign it was one of the daughters anyway she's like she's like she says something about it being like like lower and more melancholic
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
"I guess tonight at the talented actor comedian who you know from his work on Saturday night live last man on earth and book smart. He Stars in the new comedy series. Ted Lasso new episodes are released every Friday and Apple TV plus here's my conversation with our very good friend Jason. When back Jason How are you buddy? Not Too bad you know. Not. Healthy. And but locked up going very like everyone. I think we're going so crazy and so locked up kids that we took the step of actually using them in a sketch. We did a second chance theatre, which now seems like a long time ago I. I can only use the one of my kids axel it turned out to young to act. So ash was in A. Daisy is came through big time. Are they different actors and they different kinds of performance very different very different process is like a premise guy he's he's like one of those kids that I have friends growing up like that. They're like, Hey, what if Mr Doyle did this and you just sorta sit in the back of the classroom and you're just kind of like pretend what have we threw something into the to the Fan and? Otis is that guy and in daisies full on Daniel day-lewis. In it the whole time she wakes up Olivia almost every morning coming into our room going Lama we you pretend I'm a baby horse. Screwdriver and then lives. Okay. Yeah. Come here. Sweetie she crawls into bed and then she just And then does the same thing, but she will stay in it for ever. Until you yell cut and sometimes beyond. She definitely shoot the stand out of three I will I will I will willingly admit that. Your wife Olivia also had the idea. This was Ted. Last character you did the series of commercials for NBC, Sports Fears, Act Now. And Libby was the one who suggested a navy this could expand into You know the kind of character carry show. Yeah and I totally forgot about that until Brennan mentioned it everybody running hunt who's who's on the show and one of the producers writers he mentioned it in the press and then live mentioned it to me at home I was like. Really just like, yeah we were out to dinner and she explained the whole thing to, and she just like the fact that we enjoy doing it love working with you know our buddies Joe and and similar to the reason I enjoy doing it is because it's just a good mood a lot of times by the time we did the second commercial and you should..
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"Are You ziprecruiter? The smartest way to hire we've got Jeff Goldblum here Jeff. Goldblum has never stopped working since the day came to. Holly was thinking about you that you are. I don't know about always. But currently well worked constantly but currently your. I don't know how you do it. Well you know exactly how. What's the longest amount of time you've taken off from work don? I I've continued. I've seen have been my you know drew a month. Maybe a month pretty much over like some four decades. How do you do it? How do you do it well? I'm lucky I got lucky early on you know it's it's something happened as soon as I kind of put my foot in the tone the lottery I can I I gotta break her to death wishes your first movie. That's right and this is the first thing I ever audition for. I'd never gone up for a movie before that. And the same thing as a play the play. I was doing right around that time. L. A. Grounded coca-cola's longtime ago. I was the first thing I ever auditioned for. After I studied you know I was hell bent on it and I started seriously and but did not doing but you know kind of got into it. But didn't we met. Did we met you remember? I think was at the wagon. Show wagon that this Yoga London. I think it was London but he had come over here. He was in New York doing his show. You know woken a lot of people around the world no well. I don't know what Wilkins I named Harry Carey world and you were there Johnny Carson. Johnny Carson Rally works but I I used to joke on there or he gave something that he got mad because I use the joke somewhere else before his show air so they cut me out of the whole show Q. Believe that Terri Rogan. I'm here and you're not nineteen thousand nine issue or with your with Laura dern at the time was Yeah Ninety. Four nine five nine six. Oh that yeah yeah. It's crazy but you know this is just like other in a hallway. Remember can only imagine the stories you and these are stories it. No one could ever tell in real life because the public general public. They want their fantasy to stay where it is. I can imagine the Stories Jeff. Goldblum could tell about the behind the scenes. The magic trick. That is Hollywood. Boy Oh boy would it make when he curl my hair more than it already is? I don't know about that. Yeah very curly right. Yeah it's very off color that's red. You're a red head strawberries. This is actually the Lucy. This is the Lucille Ball. Color Right now. Did you ever meet Lucille Ball? I never you've met everybody. I met a lot of. Pg Did you meet Sinatra. I never met. Franken ever met Sinatra. Did you know never met Sinatra Shelley winters. What was she like in bed? Shy Boy is not going to tell are you? We did this. Movie Ninety seventy-five called next stop. Greenwich Village Palmas Erskine Dresses. My wife and I just started to watch last night. Bob Carol Ted Analysis Mike. I said I was trying to describe her. This director my work but shelley winters. Yeah we met in that. We'd never seen together. That was in New York and then she came out here. I think she took a kind of a liking to me but I was a young Fella and she took me to Musso francs for the first time and she took me with. Listen to this in the same vein Farley. Granger oh my goodness you know early. Harley from the hitchcock film on Rangers on exchanges on a on a train yeah. I wish I'd had my wits about me or knew something or had imdb. Then because I didn't know what I would ask you know now I would have gone. Hey yes what was that movie like this and that are you that kid where you know we were doing drag race obviously right now a lot of the references that we use on the show the kids have no idea we had we had a Madonna Thing the other day and a lot of kids they don't they're not familiar with the artists known as Madonna. That's something which is different. You know as a kid going. I knew every year I knew everything about pop culture before me after me. Were you that Kid who knew everything about everything. Well it's I people think I seem to be even now but I'm not not I mean I know a lot of you know I know a lot. I've seen a lot of things. Yeah there's a lot I haven't seen yeah. I'm still big holes in my movie education and history of all sorts of education. Hey you know what movie I saw yesterday. Was that Quentin Tarantino movies featuring was in Hollywood. I I liked that movie a lot. We ended brought back all that you know Los Angeles of yesteryear because you came out here What around seventy three seventy four? Exactly seventy four. Yeah so but that movie takes place sixty nine nine. Yeah right but it's a lot of the same places that I know and you know just a few years. It was still a little recognizable to me. You know. Yeah while L. A. And you've have you always from Pittsburgh. Have you always lived out here since you made the hit? Big Time know what I did was graduated High School in Nineteen Seventy and now when I was seventeen in Pittsburgh and then moved to New York City That's what I didn't start to study with Sanford. Meisner acting of course his work and I want to hear about you so so anyway I studied there and then in between the first and second year. It's a two year program fell into two gentlemen Verona's musical version of two gentlemen run in the park. That got McDermott. Who had done hair? Ah-ha wrote the music four and and John. Ware adapted the play and there are a lot of interesting people in that including Raul Julia. Oh wow wonderful and I was eighteen and stuff and then I did it on Broadway for a year at Broadway at At twenty years old Yep nineteen in fact the first the very first show of that show and it was still in the park at the Della. Corte it was my first professional job and the opening night of that show. I lost my virginity. I was eighteen years. Did you ever find it again? Where did you lose in the park in the rambles? Not The brambles. Abbas no but this costume lady in fact who is a little older than I was that said. Hey we we shared a cab down to her loft in Soho. At the time. This is seventy what to L. boy was really. Oh Yeah Oh yeah yeah and I told her before we take Sti- Said you know I've never done this before she would. Wow good And like that. No she a good teacher. She was great. We were only together a couple of times being indiscreet but her name was available and Vel Roberto and she was lovely. She had had been married. I think she was like ten years old when I was twenty. Eight at the time separated and And is now I only saw a few times? I haven't seen her in years. God Bless Ville Roberto. I know God bless her. You know I'm obsessed with the game dirty charades. It's the same as Sharon school. But it's Just Change One word. And you can't change syllables. So but do you know what the two gentlemen of Verona would be dirty charades with gentlemen of Verona? I like this of Vir- Well How would disqualify two gentlemen of Bona? No it's a little Esoteric it's easier than that mental two gentlemen of Vagina just that simple. It's not I you know. And then of course there's the merchant of Penis as you lick it These are all Shakespeare titles on theme. Very good are you good at Games. You Play Games at home. I don't know how good I am but I like to play games. Yes I say games. We're really only talking about raises. The only game in town isn't it? I like charades so much Fi. I'm sure as we can't do that part on the radio. The podcast. So Yeah Yeah but I love but I play punch charades and you can change it. You could you doesn't have to be the same number of syllables and it can kind of be a rhyme. But not necessarily and you have pun. Category like for instance you say the Pun category is alcoholic drinks. And then. Here's a sample is I would get you to act DOT. I would act out and get you to named to kill a mocking bird. Yeah and then say here. The Pun occurs on the first three words. And then you'd say let me see to kill a mockingbird Oh Tequila mockingbird. I see like that but we can come up with any PUN category. And it's kind of fun. It's kept me busy on you know with band members for like you know hours on a bus. That's right you're in a band. It's got a weird name. What's the name of the Ban Mildred Switzer Orchestra? Who is she? She was a friend of my mom's Charlotte Goldblum's in Pittsburgh and she used to come over every so often and be shifted unusual lady and she get down exercised back in the you know longtime ago and she lived to be over one hundred years old. Really who would play on? Netzer a mountain resort in which she plays a funny idea. I loved Ruth Gordon. Rosemary's baby I left for Algebra crop would be more like my mother. My mother was a little like a cross between and Bancroft. Well Yeah my mother on her best day and I think she imagined that a little bit herself being like Liz Taylor around the sixties Patra kind of era and then back to our first issue that we were talking about I came to know believe it or not Elizabeth Elizabeth. How did you come to know Elizabeth Taylor? What area of Elizabeth Taylor late late late? Yeah like Patti ater that Elizabeth Taylor do it again? Gladiator Yeah Yeah that one. That's GonNa Right Buddy after you know who's afraid of Virginia Woolf no she was in no I don't know says what was a little circuitous. I had a Mason Hewitt is what does that word mean you you know labyrinthine or sort of a a Wa wa not a straight path okay kind of zigzag. Pack Your Qaeda's Laurel Canyon is Elvis or Cuba's wave and the valley to how Hollywood certainly is. I here's this. Here's here's a bit of the landmarks of the circuitous route. I add a makeup lady. I think on the first Jurassic Park who was friends with her She got not trance French below note. Because okay yeah I don't know Frisco tool they And she got to talking to me one day as A. Hey you know by the way that my friend Liz Taylor. She thinks you're to prevent as she wants to have dinner with you or that I. What's your here's her number. She said to give you her number. I took our telephone number. I didn't call it for years. La then no but it was in my little handwritten Telephone and then. I had a friend for a while. We were going to try to do an independent movie just on kind of the fly. Money and You know do. Some kind of improvised and I said well. Who could we put in? Well let me look in my. Who Do I know and and we're going through it together. Well Oh my gosh. Well I do have lose Taylor Taylor's number but he's wait a minute wait a minute. Hey that's not a bad idea anyway. That's how it started. But I I didn't pursue. I called her up and I said. Hey this Jeff Goldblum and I hear from your friend so and so that you want to know. I don't know about that. I don't but you sure I'd laugh. Sure I will. I would like to so we went out to dinner and I didn't try to. You know I wasn't trying to manipulate the situation to get to use art to be in the movie but that's how it started and we. It was very glove winner dome. She loved dome. Where was the on sunset sunset?.
Golden Globe Nominations: Netflix Leads — In Both Movies And Television
"Golden globe nominations came out of this morning so that's going to error the seventy seven golden globes will air on January fifth the Beverly Hilton hotel with Ricky Jr vase is the host the seventy seventh annual golden globe awards it's always it's always a fun time because the actors everybody very very relaxed that might be one way to say it they're very relaxed well a lot of them appear to be have snapped in old sold now Matt Roush is on the line Matt good morning how are you pretty good how you doing good to have this chance to chat with you John Heinz in for Dave Lee here and golden globe nominations coming out here and and we're learning more and more about this a couple of my favorites made the cut including Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin for the Kaminski method which is just a I just I just that is a a marvelous marvelous shell yeah and they really do love it it didn't get quite as much love by the Emmys and all but yeah it did well for them last year at the golden globes I think Michael Douglas one and maybe Alan Arkin dead but aunts and sort of the show so that was good so good showing from them although I do think when it comes down to it what's probably going to win the big prizes this year because of the show this what the Emmys last year is Amazon's flea bag starring Phoebe Waller bridge and she's a real rising star in the show was so traffic is only six episodes for to see them then and still that so made a big impact and it's what the critics awards as well so yeah and then the marvelous with this Maisel as well the the Amazon show that the just dropped last weekend and and so people are Startin side are just now binging a probably but that one does very well at the awards to be yes and the the Kaminski method is a favorite of the golden globes and the golden globes do love shows that have sort of really starry cast on them like Michael Douglas coming back to television and that was a really big deal so another another show I think somebody beat some people might be surprised got a bunch of nominations is the morning show from the brand new streaming service apple but it's a very starry inside the baseball behind the scenes look at a morning show that has the Matt Lauer type scandal it was nominated for best drama and the two stars Jennifer Aniston Reese Witherspoon were both nominated and they're just big stars and and the globe I mean people like Jennifer Aniston just like tailor made for a globe nomination so even though that still got some X. reviews it's in the top tier of the drama series being nominated for the clubs the thing about that let me mention mark marvelous Mrs Maisel how many episodes do they drop when they drop for a season something they do to him this time they did eight episodes episode so and then when we look at this when we look forward to what's going on I'm curious to know this doesn't ever become like a precursor though for the Emmys doesn't because the Emmys are quite a ways away it's not as it's not as tied to the Emmys as it is seen as like an Oscar precursors of right look at this is like a bellwether for what's going to happen the Oscar nominations and what's really happening there is the fact that Netflix is has just released dominated the field in both television and movies with movies like the Irishman M. marriage story and even smaller films like you well actually with the but that Eddie Murphy movie dolomite is my name got a comedy nomination so did very well they got seventeen nominations in movies they also got seventeen nominations in in television with shows like the crown which just happened just dropped in amazing affect the third season a few weeks ago with a brand new cast including Olivia Colman as the queen Tobias Menzies as prince Philip and Helena Bonham Carter as the sister princess Margaret all three of those got globe nominations as well so they love that there is that a show that a lot of people milling would be familiar with called unbelievable it was a limited series true crime drama that's had a mirror weaver and Toni Collette played detectives and Kaelin beaver a young girl who was sexually assaulted and it dealt with this serial rapist is really just a great series but didn't get a lot of buzz because to get swallowed by all the Netflix stuff this would popped out and got four nominations which is as many of the crown and the most nominated TV mini series which was Chernobyl on HBO so again in a lot there's so much TV nowadays it's hard for anything to pop through well yes I heard you mention that more than once there is just an awful lot of television these days so that's pretty much the way it it what it comes down to to hear so what are you looking forward to see what's coming up what's new on the radar is there anything new on the radar well not a lot new but I will tell you one thing that is if you're watching TV this week in what if one of your habits of the watch wheel of fortune along with jeopardy that you're gonna notice the Pat Sajak is nowhere to be seen on the set of they're going into their big winner promotion they called the secret Santa give away and Vanna white is stepping in for Pat Sajak this the next week these episodes were filmed while he was recovering from a domino surgery and she's in a guest once before at least but but and then the many many years they've done the show but to have her doing the Pat Sajak they'll be startling for people if they didn't know this happened with those episodes airing this and next week and the Paley this budget Disney characters on the set as well because of the Disney promotion so I don't know what that means group is going to turn over letters or what it was in late night you know we were back in the days of Johnny Carson there used to be you know guest hosts were pretty much of a regular thing with the take a vacation they let celebrities coming together so the almost never see that anymore but for the next two weeks on James cordons sort of rambunctious late late show the show the comes on on CBS following call there he's got a guest host filling in while he goes in films with a Netflix movie and so we're gonna see Alicia keys and item later on you'll see Melissa McCarthy said and then Jeff Goldblum and and Harry styles field the rapper lots lots of the under some quite a few more so for the next two weeks are we different Gasol's every night on the on the James cordon show which is a really fun show a lot of people don't stay up that late to watch it but again I would like to see more of more of that like having people stepped in when when the when the when the host goes away so you don't want to repeat mode and just spread the wealth a little bit yeah one of one people are gonna that job all right well I'll tell you what Dave Lee will be back with you next Thursday I just get to fill in today and tomorrow he'll check back in with you next Thursday I mean next Monday it's Monday for goodness sake well it's a pleasure to talk to you John always yeah I was of a joint chatting with you Matt because you because you know the stuff and it's it's it's good thank you so much for the visit this morning my pleasure thanks again all right
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"This now? A lot of people in Jeff entourage. Luckily Jeff's entourage very nice his band and his to a manager to good seen every go my name is Adam Buxton yes look at. You could take very nice to meet you. No no I was just thinking. I am recording by the way in case you want to say anything all my fans some everyone here on the the great British isles to my pronounced British accent. He is I you you know what I did. I did a play early on at the Phoenix Theatre in New York City early on my career where I had the lead role in a now. Not which is the author Steven polly cough. Oh yes even ally comparably brilliant writer. This was called city sugar. Okay and my character was supposed to be unless. I'm sure I was horrible but I was willing received and actually my father at that point. Uncharacteristically came backstage. He was was weeping uncontrollably and he threw his arms around me how about that. Wow and he was not normally that a few simple no he was doctor. He died around eighty three at age. Sixty three just as I was doing big chill around that area you know but no he was sweet and lovely wonderful wonderful guy but emotionally conservative in some ways he had thought. Listen to this story. Now that we've brought it up. I don't want to bore you immediately now. You I've been very well I hit the ground running. I'm a self starter I think as they say anyway. My Dad the doctor Harold Goldblum. I'm was at age eight seventeen or something like that. He was trying to get him and his family out of poverty you know. His Dad came over from Russia whose name provide sick. As a matter of fact changed his name to Goldblum. I would really be provide sick right now. Had that not happened else. What are you saying? Is it some kind of complimentary. Some sort of backhanded slap in the face. I feel as if punched in the stomach and Buxton really the A it okay. Good widely looks almost Middle Eastern. Really all right well. I'm well I you know I did that show do you. Are you aware. And then I'll get back to that story. I'm dropping mental breadcrumbs. Because I'm going to remember what I want to tell you about my dad when he was a teenager but I just did that show. I don't know if it's seen here in America. They called finding your roots. We could've similar thing cold. Who Do you think you more applies to me? That's the British ankle on that. Who Do you think you are America's Nice finding a your England coon us? Do you think you really so so. Yeah I'm all of my people. Turns out my mom's dad supposedly all this time was from Austria. My Dad's dad was from Russia but I think they were all around the same place. They they were all Ashkenazi Jews from around the place. Whatever it's you know right you Russia Australia? Whatever and as a matter of fact the last page not to spoil if you ever see that? Show the last page page of the scrapbook that he had turned to surprise me on the air said he said what percentage of those people do you think you are. I said well. I'm sure there was some straying here. There and some intermingling around you know centuries all he said turn the page one hundred percent was the answer really. They never stray. They took my d. n. a. every single. No cell in my body is Ashkenazi Jew. So the fascinating story that I've interrupted by itself. Tell you is that my father. When he was trying trying to find his way in life thought he was either going to be a doctor as many people of that generation of that type did did or an actor he said and then he stuck his head in the back of a classroom at Carnegie Tech as it was then called and now called Carnegie Mellon where I went and when I was fifteen sixteen took a couple of summer sessions which really cemented my obsession with being an actor? He stuck his head in the back of a classroom and said to himself. This this is out of my league which he reported to US later. Whatever that anyway yes? He lived his life as a doctor. But he had a subterranean latent life. I think as a more fugitive fully expressive freewheeling all all inclusive sort of emotional person in you know he I think he was deeply interesting but the the doctors life you know I would. I'd be a different person if I come a doctor. Did you have to think about it. Did he either encourage you to do that. No he didn't know like some do know he was much wiser. He said whatever you want to do as a matter of fact if you love. That's a key to your vocation and it's when when I was in fifth grade that I took part in this summer camp the first summer camp where I had some kind of drama experience and I had such a great time that I kept it as a secret to myself fact you said. Did you like that after I did this show and I was like I did and it was then that I sort of planted the seed of wanting to be an actor. Yeah what was it about. Got It that thrilled you. Oh my golly well this. This was a camp I played was kind of a Gilbert and Sullivan Spoof called Bella Balkans as a matter of fact and I played late in American tourists in eastern Europe. Who met a girl and sang a song to her under the moonlight and it was kind of funny and kind of romantic and I got laughs? A half of some guy and it was just so exhilarating. It was beautiful theater on a campus on a college campus. And my mom rehearsed it with me. She played the part of the girl as you can imagine uncomplicated. Psychologically and but I did it with her and you know there was no kissing involved no smooching but there was it was romantic and there was a song and I I practice and worked up my part and how about that and I'm still doing. It's where I'm going to do tonight. I've worked on my part a little bit and I'm going going to play tonight. It feels good to go on stage when you know you can do it right. Have you been in a position in your professional life either musically. Oh with acting being where you really are going on stage in your winging it and you on not on top of the material sure yes and I I have that common dream that actors do I have it all all the time. It's a nightmare it's recurring where I'm someplace. I don't know what I'm supposed to do. I don't know the lines. Yeah it's horrible and for much of my You Know Sanford Meisner. With whom I studied people may know around these parts. Famous acting teacher from the group theatre along the Cell Adler and Sanford Meisner and at least draws Burke uh-huh Sanford Meisner who I stayed he said among other wise things that takes twenty years to even call yourself an actor after twenty years of continual work and and then a lifelong involvement that can be upwardly. Progressive You keep learning. I took that to heart and I think I'm naturally a late bloomer. Anyway and so for much of my early life I felt inspired by that but also insecure. So I. I'm more confident these days and self trustful in fact I've dropped op things away like over work that I didn't need to do early on or maybe the preparation. Yes sir. That's right I could tell you all sorts of boring inside baseball things about that right but yeah I do less of that now happily but I'm still conscientious. I still depending on the project do whatever I need to do to solve the challenges and problems ahead. But for instance I was ski indulging in Performance Enhancement Experiments. It's all along the way here. And there the last of which over a sort of a decade or two was coffee like a lot of people do for all sorts of activities but for reme- psychologically can some way so I felt like it was a crutch became a correct so I would like even for an assignment like this. We're doing I'd feel well. I can't talk to Mr Adam. BUXTON auctioned without getting my energy. Yeah I gotTa have a cup of coffee shop or figure out how. What are we have a half hour left? When's that GONNA kick and all that stuff and then I gave it up? I gave it up about five years ago. And since then I'm kind of a religiously straight as is yes. I like to get a good night's sleep and I like to have my foods in order and prepare in any way I had a need to. In fact I did a little homework for us. I listened to the whole all of the Charlotte Kenzaburo Oe cast which I enjoyed no end. You were fabulous and the show is fabulous and great and she was great. I'm very interested in her. Have you with this. I have she. She was my lady love and seen partner for much of the Independence Day. The last one we did that's rough. You spent that summer with her and she's just spectacular spectacular in every way so gifted and I loved her in the tree or movies that she talked about her music. I'd like to do something with her musically Yeah that would be fun. Wouldn't they will. Have you ever talked about that with yes okay. Have there may be things brewing. I can't say anymore because then I'm sworn to secrecy but there may be seeds of things blown in the wind in any case. I listened to that so I do the point. Is I do my own. I do what I gotta do but then I yeah no I show up. This is me chatty. As you see that I am yeah minus coffee all of your bushy tailed verve and vitamin A.. We know this is just me Would you like some water. I would like watering yes. Thank you but I'll get it myself. You're overqualified for such a task. Wait a minute I like the big last. Well I tell you I like all still well for an experienced like this although I may get gase which bad as long as I've warned more audience if if you feel Saudi the professionals choice is it because a exactly what you just said. You don't want to go on stage and suddenly beal burpee. Well I'm professional. I know and I don't mind being burpee I think part of the profession and means you bear your yourself including your role with Gastro and now that we've taught now that we've busted ourselves you know if anything comes they'll know I've worn them and I sell you a you. I was going to get my pathetic question out of the way which was the only only pathetic question. Adam Buxton that There is is the one you're afraid to ask really. I'm afraid to us because you will judge me harshly and I couldn't possibly built it up too much already. Won Me over I could. You can't ruin my impression. Look what I'm doing. I'm taking the ICE tongs. which are Pasha's around here? tongs around my parts. tongs are only American tones. Oh Yeah but I love some ice clinking Nice in a in a fizzy drink. That's the height of festivity to me. You don't drink alcohol anymore..
Celebrity Birthdays: Oct. 22
"Celebrating AT T. birthday today back to the future star Christopher Lloyd is eighty one Jurassic Park star Jeff Goldblum is sixty seven and which reggae rap process was in him that would be check today turns
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"GimMe a nice hug and she was and I was in a very small room hugging this woman. Who was the apple of my eye? I am tender age. I know exactly I met Farah Fawcett. I was par band was playing a Cigar Club in Beverly Hills the on cannon drive she she was there and we found ourselves anyway. We shared an embrace. The police are coming. I got out the window down because it police this has been. I feel like there's an alternate universe where you and I do new podcast that I think lasts eight hundred hours and food is brought in and occasionally. We sleep it. We still murmur. It is very close to get there. Quick an absolute delight. I'll say this about Jeff Goldblum as we sign off he he is what you think he is. He's is one of the more authentic people I've I've come across. He really he really is Jeff Goldblum. This is not an act and ended. It's delightful coming from you high prison dude and I'll cherish this moment forever. My Dad and I think you'll forget. He very quickly but but still it. There's an island to say that's true. Jeff Goldblum Conan O'Brien Coenen sonal. This is an important moment. It's time to discuss the results of the latest drawing contest the one we did as a blind drawing contest so that nobody was voting for or against just a person but for the art itself how you guys feel about your about your results before it's never been less nervous about my life in my deepest. Most most sound remm sleep because I'm so confident. I am an artist. Oh my God i I think I feel completely unthreatened threatened by Sonia's cabin of dildos that sheets inked and I think that I'm going to win. I don't think I'm going to win. I know I'm going to win. Okay so here's the thing I didn't feel good about it when I drew it. I didn't feel good about it when I saw it this morning on twitter and I if I was I would feel the same. He is spilling right now. I would feel very confident about doodle. Also you called yourself an artist but you just you're really good at doodling. All you do is doodle. This calls for doodling so I'd doodle. I know I'm just saying I was in a contest. They required me to paint like Rembrandt. Oh I would because I always match the occasion. That's my ability okay. No I didn't feel good about this. You're right my house looks like it was made of dildos and I don't everything just didn't work. I think I just want to again. Go to what comes to mind to me is that dildos would be a terrible building material for a cabin not that I know not that I have a lot of experience but I think they're wildly and defense aren't dildos wobbly not all of them. I think are still wait. What do you mean really jump. I'm did sorry yeah. You did jump in and you say well. Actually that's a common misconception know many kinds of Dildo also many Kasese depending on your need the I K thirty five B seven. I'm sonal right now. I'm considering that. I think that they look like dildos. They're made out of wood a log cabin so these are like George Washington era dildos yeah. I think that I definitely cornered the DILDO market. I think people people who like dildos would like Mike Cabin better and people who like drying food like Washington era dildos common misconception not what made it would made of ivory a little some about deal. I know I know a lot about history so ivory common so wanting to throw this year way. I have the power to reveal these results so yeah. I mean the fact that you're grading your teeth and you're frustrated and you don't seem happy right now. Even though you want sonal win I'm a master at reading faces. I have one. I have one overwhelmingly. This isn't even close you know. Let's these civil war battle. All of three forks was at five forks right in with your answer the results of the second blind drawing throwing contest of a log cabin with smoking chimney in a lumberjack. Let's get to the part where I wince me people tune in they need to know okay. Drawing to sonus comes in at eighteen percent drawing number one comes in eighty two percent eighteen percent sent eighty two percent. Hey how you feeling now goldwater. Haw To even get that there's so many young people that don't get that goldwater ran against Lyndon Johnson and sixty four. He was crushed eighty two percent eighteen percent. That's amazing. This is important. There are two thousand two hundred and four votes in there. Ah There are still twenty hours left in this poll sure you know I don't feel good about it. I felt it was enough that we could call the election it yeah the Nixon lands. I prefer the Lyndon Johnson goldwater example of sixty four yeah okay all right or maybe it's just two people who do it old and one doodle better right. Yeah Yeah shows a cabinet of you know what there's an old. Bible passage says when you build your house upon the sand you know you're going to fail you now and I think you built your cabin upon dildos. You know what I would do this but you. Hubris is so large right now that I'm tempted tempted to challenge you to a drawing content. It's not I think you can handle it well. I feel that I'm like a Western gunfighter. I can't fight every goofy. Hey seed who stumbles into town with a rusty six shooter. I mean you can if that person gets insulted and pulls a gun and yeah but it would your gun that you're GonNa pull because you just got off the wagon. Gosh there's wild bill you call. I'll think I'll take him on and then you you whip out this six shooter that your pappy gave you and it's all rusty and the barrel falls off and all the pieces fall into the mud and you go on Mr Hiccup. Can you come back here while I'll show them a gun and I'm already gone in a saloon so no I can't take time to walk back and sift through the mud and help you put together your ancient peashooter so that then then we can stage a contest in which killed. You're a coward no but you now. It's just like I've been. I'm a better than you and then I'll beat you and then you'll be like wait a minute. I found and a friend who's good at drawn. Let's get him in here and now you'll draw against him. But what if you don't beat me. This is just depressing. You're the worst winter. You're sick a terrible person when you win. This is me deal with it okay. I learned you know what I'm doing. I'm patterning myself after trump trump I really am he has taught us that when you win you just talk about it incessantly and that's what I you know. That's what I want. Well then. I'll be trumped by one that doodle off by a lot of votes yeah and did you have Russia help you yeah. I did get got a lot of assistance from Russia. Okay we can do you and I what's do what we'll do a drawing contest sometime down the line but let's let's move on because I do think think there's important matters that we need to address we have. I'm told a massive amount of listeners out there that are relying on us to guide them through this dark period in American history so in this segment we need to now go to something you. WanNa take a voicemail sure I'll take a voicemail okay question Russian because so many tales stone to say fighting mercury say Freddy Mir Merck Year Re. I know just messed up until bill. She said about forty times in the mark man in episode his over their shoulders. Why wait a minute. What skies pronounced mercury wrong he did do. I Eh pronounce it there. It was right mercury. No you did it wrong. Agree no mercury mercury. Sometimes you go mercury. Well Okay and you know what. Let's just back this whole thing up. I Fall I love. The guy is getting on his last nerve he he heard you on one podcast and he's ready to pull his hair out. I've been with you for Tom Down. I know I've been with you for ten years. You have tormented wanted me with your actions and this guy's complaining okay. Well all right okay first of all. I didn't know I was saying the word wrong but I also didn't know I pronounce announce. My G's heart until you said it every single time I say a word. That's like walking talking. You're saying you go hangover and I've I have tried to help you because I want you to assimilate okay to this country. I was born in this country but we don't know for sure yes. There are no records of your birth. There are birth certificate. It is the record of my birth. I'd ask from Montebello Calif.. I've ask your parents to boot to propose I asked her parents to produce records and they shrugged and then they they handed over some leaves and I said those those are leaves. Listen I love you on there. Great meaning people are a great are going off of that. I I was raised by immigrants. I was surrounded by immigrants and a lot of the words words I say are incorrect and I used to sane questions. I can't say there were three or four requisite. I can't say those words. There are a lot of things I say incorrectly brewery but parrot plays where they make beer is a brewery burry. You can't do it say it again. Birdie bree. Can you say the English the fine English clothing maker burglary. Can you say burberry say I bought some burglary at the bird. Take this so hard. I say I got some burberry. I bought burberry at the brewery for Freddie Mercury. Yeah I've ver-very for Freddy Okay. You're subtle stupid. Here's the thing though a lot of the words that I say incorrectly because I was saturated traded a lot of accidents growing up. I think it is true. Your parents have very thick ex well. My mom has a thicker accent then. My Dad came here in sixty S he's fine. He's not that bad but it's not him. It's all my aunts and uncles. I speak three languages so I can do that. What is his name. What's this guy's name first of all fuck this Guy Yeah that was. I didn't like his tone and I'm going to stick up for you. I did not like his tone at all and if he were here I would beat him within an inch of his life. Yeah thank you but he's not here so we can only imagine that he would have. Thank you for sticking picking up no I do. I do stick up for you..
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"I think i would agree with that but i'm not sure it's going to appeal to everybody i mean i guess i'll have to see it to know because it just seems seems a little bit like he's gonna be a little bit silly talking about things i don't really care about we'll find out but what i will say though about disney isn't he plus because the world according to jeff goldblum is also a part of that is with star wars. One thing i'm looking forward to in the boys are just now alike at the beginning at the early stages of getting into star wars where they're just now old enough and we can get into it. Together is the clone wars. I wanna watch with them which i haven't seen yet and i've wanted to watch it for years but i kind of was like well. I'm just going to wait for the boys and i want to watch it with them. So it could be one of those things that we can like all do together together and have that field experience for the first time together experience exactly the other side of it too is. Do you think it's going to be set up in such a way that if you click on a new you hope it's going to carry you in the order of the release of everything within the canon that would be awesome right if it just rolls into the next thing almost we'll take a series in four seconds. We will start empire strikes back exactly yeah and then it's like from a new hope you get into like the clone words and then you get you know whatever whatever the right well they they have that would be ought to have spent painstaking amounts of time drying time line of all of the <hes> shows in the canon of how they developed and how they're rolled out and they don't kathleen kennedy came out d twenty three and you and mcgregor or came out he was able to say that he will reprise his role as obi-wan-kenobi so they're gonna do another obi-wan-kenobi series. I think it's going to be on disney plus and he's gonna do something between <hes> the end of three <hes> revenge and the beginning of new hope. He's gonna live in that rogue one space race yeah and it's just to have mcgregor be able to say that who knows what it's going to be but it's like there's all these missing connective if pieces and baby maybe the theater wasn't the place for the sola movie. Maybe the theater wasn't necessarily the best venue for rogue one. Maybe a streaming service in the in the bali yeah in the quiet of your home at your own pace at your own discretion you know with that with.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"Did you make that up just now just now just thinking about it. Wow that was awesome so it was it was like when we watch mandatory and we watched the trailers a family and it's dark you know and i was like and i said to bryce said we're gonna have. We're probably have to watch this. It comes out on a tuesday. So you know the kids. Don't watch t._v. From monday through thursday <hes> the only watch t._v. On the weekends. I love that so they know that they're not gonna watch until the weekend anyway so and i will the chance to pre watch it and we'll be able to watch it again on on friday or saturday but <hes> i said. I don't even know if this is going to be age appropriate for you. Bryce might be too violent too gory too scary you know all of the above and he had he was kinda bummed by that you know and i'm on the fence i think he could probably watch mandolin and you know we kind of get through it but that would watch the jeff goldblum trailer. I was like i'll hear something for the whole whole family and add this and it's najia but it just feels like it has some dna some some disney dna and in it where are jeff goldblum you know if he curses curse the way we curse if he if he says anything off color it will be you know in this lighthearted fashion so sure there's nothing scary or worrisome about watching this with the family and i think that is that is the the brand positioning -sition of disney property and i think you have to push the limits. When you're talking about star wars and marvel you have to say that this edgy enough to be called star star wars and marvel but maybe nat g._o. And pixar and disney titles can be that family friendly safe place so did you ever watch watch any of anthony bourdain like with his food and travel shows and all that stuff i did. I watched a little bit of it. I was not the biggest anthony bourdain ordained fan and he was a little too rough around the edges for me yeah i i would agree with that that exact sentiment this with jeff goldblum like where he's going around doing various nice things not necessarily with food and travel but it's kind of anthony bourdain esque. Yes very much more lighthearted. Yes so go into what you were saying. He'll swear we swear you know. I would say my last comment. I mean moving a little bit away from jeff goldblum. I don't have a lot to say about this other than i think you said it best. It's gonna live in the edges. It's going to be one of those things that when you're not watching a marvel or a star wars or or something of that nature that is going to require like a movie timeframe but it's like well. Let's watch something and it's going to be family oriented and like you said this is for the whole family..
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"I don't think it checks but once a month i think i think i have i might be mistaken but i think i do. Remember like leaving it on this. This mode this offline mode for a really long time and then like either the first day of the month or after thirty days of having it in this mode. It says you just need to turn it online just to revalidate your account and then you turn it back off line so it downloads it to your device. Yeah it downloads like a few thousand songs device or something or how does it. I i have all this yeah. I have all the songs that i want to listen to offline in into a in a in a space. That's compartmentalize within the user space of that app sure okay. I got it so then the app. The app is the gatekeeper and the app has o'clock on it and whatever the clock is whether it's the first month thirty days it says well you need to check in once a month just to verify that you still have access to the service yeah that you're still a prime member and you didn't get all our music and cancel exactly right yeah i got you and then you know he basically gave you cancel and you get somebody to do that for give you a month for free at the end of the month there you know it's all wiped out so i think you do something something along the lines of that model. I think that's the most logical way to do it. I don't know how technically disney's going to. I think the moral of the story is become a d. twenty-three twenty-three member and get disney plus for three eighty nine a month for three years. I mean that's a no brainer. I mean three dollars and eighty nine nine cents a month. That's almost like talking about a loss leader. Well i mean i don't think there there are rumors that the mandatory is costing upwards of over a million dollars an episode so i wonder the park is no comment uh-huh but made laurie now day one. We're going to watch that first episode that i just spent one hundred forty bucks for three years i would you know basically for that month. I've spent four dollars so if i only watched the mandatory in every week that means that i've spent a dollar an episode viewing it as something that might have cost upwards of over over a million dollars an episode so dizzy spent four million dollars to make it. I spent four dollars to just view it if that was the only thing i'm watching on disney plus it sir sir what an hour like fifty minutes an hour or something like that something like that. I'm sure yeah so figure. If you think about a movie being two hours so like two episodes are costing you two bucks if that's the only thing right so instead of going to the movie for like thirty dollars for the four review or whatever whatever it costs oh god yeah at lea- dollars thirty dollars on tuesday yes well. That's true you well yeah. You're talking what thirteen dollars dollars so. I mean yeah you're talking north of fifty dollars to go to the movies for four people on a friday night at sixty bucks yeah sixty bucks so that same came to binged two episodes. I mean it's costing you two dollars for so you're saving your fifty eight dollars. If you think about that way it's all it's all seeming framing of how to justify it to the wife well. That's why when people ask how much the urban arrow is the rain covering everything seven thousand dollars and they say wow. That's an expect expensive bike and i say or is it inexpensive transportation yes <music>. It's all in how you frame it all right the world well. That's the according the gym with his bicycle about the world according to jeff goldblum i i this is the most so i had anticipated wanting to wanting and knowing that i would love the mantle laurean but as far as the things that i was surprised and delighted by the world according to jeff goldblum was the most surprising most delightful of all the trailers that i've seen <hes> <hes> in the past month indefinitely from streaming service okay..
Disney + sneak peek
"Hiring is challenging but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple and smart. That place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. It's try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire okay so i'm really hyped up on on a new disney plus streaming service which is launching on november twelfth. I just got a sneak peek of it and i want to tell you all about what i saw when i thought here on talking tech i'm jefferson graham so disney plus is the new streaming service wants to take on netflix by basically for seven dollars a month offering bring you the complete disney library pixar marvel or most of marvel star wars national geographic and classics six from the fox library. That's a lot of stuff. I mean just think about it. Netflix most popular prices thirteen dollars a month and you're basically now subscribing to a channel final that gives you originals which you may like or you may not disney. Plus is gonna keep you every classic disney movie so if you're a parent with a a young child and you wanna get cinderella and snow white little mermaid and aladdin. You're gonna get it. You're gonna order the service. If you've got a teenager who's into captain marvel the avengers on and on and on it goes you're gonna get the disney plus service throwing the star wars movies throw in the pixar movies throw in. I don't think national geographic is as big a draw but the they have every episode of the simpsons but i i really like and respect the branding branding it says disney plus disney pixar marvel star wars national geographic. They don't beat around the bones. They tell you exactly what it's all about. When you open open up the app which i did in the sneak peak that they gave me you see this different sections again disney marvel smart star wars it cetera. They're doing original productions since they're doing new star wars movies. They're doing jeff goldblum comedy reality show. They're doing new episodes of the muppets bear doing a new high school musical musical series. They got a lot of stuff going on. I think it's gonna be a no brainer. <hes> i can see so many he people signing up for disney has said this is the biggest project that they've been working on over the last thirty years. The only concern among consumers is if you're an amazon customer and you have the fire tv stick or any of the fire tv products. You will not be able to get disney plus because right now. Disney does not have a deal with amazon zahn has deals with broke coup and apple to get the channel onto those devices amazon is a big one amazon is either number one in streaming or it's roku depending on which market researcher you want to believe but it's huge my bet. You're going to see disney plus on amazon by the time november twelfth comes around. I'm jefferson graham. You're listening to the weekend edition of talking tech. Will you be adding disney plus or are you streamed out. You feel that you spend enough money. We are ready. I'd love to hear from you. Look for me on twitter where i'm at jefferson graham again. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to show wherever you listen online audio. I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit. From the world attack hiring used to be hard it was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing ailing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them and hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier but in today's high tech world old hiring can be easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk with their powerful matching technology ziprecruiter scans thousands tens of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and actively invites them to apply ziprecruiter is so effective that eighty percents of employers who post on the site get a qualified qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ziprecruiter for free at this exclusive web address ziprecruiter dot com slash talk doc. That's ziprecruiter dot com slash t. e. c. h. t. a. l. k. ziprecruiter dot com slash talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"So it's yes, that's a yes. As to could we then we go Jeff Goldblum to say should we Ooh. do? I dunno an animal that looks like Epcot center. I wanna bring. Here's swin. Meta theory. Okay. Mega cerium, meta feary. This is getting very serious and body size. This could be upwards of four thousand kilograms. So we're talking the size of the largest elephants are today. What what I need to say. Is that this is a sloth, you know, about traceless, right? Those are the only loss that are still with us. They come in at five kilogram. So we'll have pounds this guy. Couple of orders of magnitude larger. I think more tennis racket singles. But once again, a not a good doesn't taste good. Well, I know play easy to catch is this law. So can we bring it back? It's the same as the clip on Daito ten thousand years ago. Ancient DNA I've worked on its ancient DNA. It's there to work. It's within reach right on to question. Boy, mega Therion. We're gonna take time bringing you back. Here's the last one. We talked on it. We touched on it. Really? Should we first of all how would a Willie taste, and if we were part of his extinction? I can only hope that we were eating it. Well, you know, there are stories when when these carcasses appear in places like Siberia as they do from time to time emerged from every seating, glacier or something. They melt out riverbanks that's the communist way through our stories of people and dogs in particular of having had a steak or two now, I personally have never done that Moore. Would I want to? I mean think about it. This is something that's been dead ten thousand years. This is the worst road pizza. You can imagine. Well, my buddy, Bill Nye the science guy. Has some thoughts on Jurassic Park style de extinction. Let's check it out. We're all fascinated with dinosaurs. As part of why the movie Jurassic Park was such a hit. It's a classic and classic science fiction. Keep in mind that science is not inherently good or bad. It's a process, but let's face it in science fiction movies. We wanna see scientists doing something dangerous and those scientists are usually evil, but what if we could really do that Jurassic Park DNA and bring back and extinct species to d- extinct. Some extraordinary animal. Why guarantee you we'd learn a lot about biology. We'd learned a lot about evolution and ourselves. But is it a good idea? What if we accidents produced a population of vicious predators would think nothing of biting your head off and chewing up and spitting out? Now that really would be scary. Fortunately, that technology is a long way off. Next. My interview with Jeff Goldblum we discuss the butterfly effect. When star talk returns. Is is start. Star talk from the American team of NASCAR this right here in New York City Petri my interview with actor Jeff Goldblum, and I asked about his character in Jurassic Park where he Vokes the concept of chaos theory. It's check it out. Do you have to do any homework to justify as an actor using the chaos in a sense? Oh, you know, chaos sell itself or chaos theory. Are he's talking about that movie. You know, I did my due diligence. I'm nothing non conscientious..
The Fertility Cliff: Is It Real?
"Kid right now or you thinking, maybe someday, you might have wanted is it a problem if you wait too long like how much hot it does it really get to make a baby if you leave it until you're a little bit older, and these worry is especially personal for one about produces on science Fasces Merrill horn. And her husband Chris there in the mid thirties and they've been busy for causing on their careers. But recently, they decided to stop trying to have kids. I talked to them about it at the Brooklyn apartment. Once they had dog Penny's settled down. We got to chatting about Maryland, Chris's origin story tens out. They first met on a dating site about five years ago, and Chris was immediately taken. Yeah. I had actually just seen her profile. And I thought she looked amazing. And you know, she had this like nice black and white picture of her playing guitar. I was like, oh, she's a great. And then a couple of days later. She message me one message led to another and the two started dating and the topic of kids popped up quite early on. I mentioned it super casually, and it was like the third date or something. And then I felt really awkward about it. Do you remember that? I remember that we had like an awkward the early kids conversation. What did I say? It was like, oh when we have kids something something something you went for the when we have Q did. I don't know. Why would have said that that early? I'm so embarrassed. And if I mentioned like the Royal we somehow like in my head it wasn't going to be about us. It was just in general. And then Chris has made a joke of it. And it was like oh, Honey. What will we call them about? Diffuse this engine dropping the kid bomb on the fed date. Didn't throw Chris off though, he always knew he wanted kids someday. And so after dating for a few years, Maryland, Chris got married, and they started trying to have a baby pretty much straight away and Merrill figured. This is going to be easy at that time. I was like we get pregnant immediately and that felt super scary. And I was already kind of worried about what it would mean for my career because I was switching jobs as which and careers and was like applying for science versus actually science classes. That's us. So yeah, we ended up hiring Merrill, months went by. And she still wasn't pregnant at fast. This was actually a bit of a relief after. All she just started this new job with us. But then at one point Merrill was like wait a sec. Do we have a problem? It took a while for it to release Incan. Oh, but now it's been a long time. And I think we might be one of those couples that's infertile like if I made me feel kind of like I was defective or something after about a year. Maryland, Chris went to the duck down and have started to get checked out. So far. There's nothing obviously wrong with either of them. So why aren't they getting pregnant yet? Well, one thing that crossed Meryl's mind at this point was this idea of the fertility cliff that once women hit their thirties. It gets really hard to have a baby. Could this be what's going on for Maryland? Chris she's thirty four. I was a little confused about it actually because I think I just had it in my consciousness somewhere that like biological clock is ticking. But then I had also heard that. Oh, no like, you don't actually need to worry about that. That's just this kind of old sexist idea that like women have to be worried about having kids when really you can relax. That's what I had head as well. Because my mom had me when she was forty. So that's I guess was on my mind to that. Like, maybe it'll be fine for me. Even gynecologists can't seem to agree about when a woman's fertility starts to drop surveys of gyns find that a few say it happens in your twenties while some go for the thirties and even forties. And then of course, there's the other half of this equation. The dude maybe the problem is with Chris. He's thirty six could that be the issue here, we keep hearing stories of older men having kids like according to the gossip MAGS guys like Steve Martin, and Jeff Goldblum had babies well into their sixties, I guess life found a way for them. But what about the average Joe or Chris we wanted can men really have babies forever? Today, we are going to get to the bottom of the following questions one. He's the fertility cliff real for women. And if it is is there anything you can do about it. And to what about men is it hotter for them to make babies as they get older. When it comes to facility, there's lots of. Oh, Honey, what will we call them? But then there's science.
Coach Derek Jeeter Bruce, Leonardo Dicaprio And Kate Beck discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Davidson also appeared on weekend update to talk about the age difference between he and his current girlfriend. Kate Beck and say you have questions about our relationship. With a big age difference asked Leonardo DiCaprio, Jason Tatum. Michael Douglas, Richard Gere, Jeff Goldblum, Scott. Coach Derek jeeter Bruce
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"But this show came on television that was much better than any show. It's TV it was called ten speed and Brown shoe, and it was starring a brand new actor. I'd never seen before Jeff Goldblum and alongside Ben vereen. And it was a great show, and you were fantastic. And I was I don't know how what I was. I sixteen seventeen eighteen eighty I would have been seven to sixteen seventeen years old one that came out, and I was blown away by the show. And by this guy, Jeff Gholam, I just thought he's hilarious. And sure enough he starts showing up in. In movies, and then you made the fly. And I thought this movie is scary. But this the guy playing Rundle of Brown Seth Brundle is I believe he's real, and I really like him, and he's funny. And he's, but he's he he's frightening transformation into someone frightening is real, and I love empathy, and this is one of the best horror movies. I've seen when that movie came out. I thought this is one of the best horror movies. They've made in the last twenty years. And I thought it was really you. I I really just believe, you know. Yes. Great cast and direction and script. But I really thought that was you. And I just I love you and things I and I'm saying that because I have noticed that when you show up in Thor ragnarok, you steal the show you just it's a delight when your your your character when you showed up in the in the first. Jerus- drastic park just delightful and over and over and over again, you've managed to get this part of yourself out there on the screen because you are it is a part of you. You are an IMP your impish your impish. You're very somebody for Jura address to do the second. I read a review and somebody said, Yes, Mr Goldman, this looks like a giant gnome. Shouldn't read those things even when they compliment you. It's never Sonal. Do I read things if someone says an increase rights and incredibly nice thing about me? Everyone says we've scanned it thirty five times. It's only nice in its superlatives. I'm like, okay. Just put that in a drawer now read that right? Get. That's right. You get inaugurated these days because there's so much opinionated going on. And people must be saying horrible things all the time. And so you go I just I'm not gonna read below. I'm not gonna read it, you know, comments on the internet. So you can get can avoid you start to learn how to avoid things do you, although producer? I did a play once and I got a switch play. Should I say because I'm going to go on to tell a story. Oh, boy, you still it's still a wound. It's still an open. In. Maybe I may reveal it at the end of this story. See if you think I can or I'm going to break to have a breakdown if I do, but the reviews were poor for me, poor poor bad bad reviews, and then the producer of the theater company famous producer said okay, come on in to cheer me up. I think day or two after it open and said, you know, you're a wonderful actor, and this is what I appreciate you about you. And I read some I heard it was good. I heard we got a good of you 'cause they were generally bad for the whole show the whole nation. I heard we got a good revision. Sonesta assistant lady Obama by my sonar bring that review in. And I'm going to read it to Jeff he needs something to cheer him up. And he started to read it and read it before. And it said, well, this was good in contrast to what other people say, this is the show is fine and dandy. It's good except for Mr. Goldblum an actor. I used to admire. Old never mind never mind. And that trouble. He went to all that trouble didn't realize it was going to be another blow and said, well, and then end of the interview to shortly after he said, well, what can I say Jeff here, and he had a lot of bric-a-brac on his desk kind of mementos..
These A-listers are the most stylish stars, according to People
"Today. People magazine calls lupita and young oh, a trailblazing beauty minutes list of Hollywood's most stylish stars the magazine calls. Emma stone, the modern romantic while Nicole Kidman's, the elegant icon senior Casey must grades is considered a rule breaker, while the magazine says riana is a show stopper as for men. Donald Glover styles. Throwback while Jeff Goldblum Centric, people magazine calls. Henry Golding the
These A-listers are the most stylish stars, according to People
"People magazine calls lupita Gnonsoa trailblazing beauty minutes list of Hollywood's most stylish stars the magazine calls. Emma stone, the modern romantic while Nicole Kidman's, the elegant icon senior Casey must graves is considered a rule breaker, while the magazine says riana is a show stopper as for men, Donald Glover. Style's a throwback while Jeff Goldblum Centric, people magazine calls Henry, Golding the
What Actually Happened Between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj?
"That there wasn't altercation between the entourage is of Nikki manashian Cardi b. or at least between Cardi b. and one of Nicki Minaj is onto Rosh. It's a little confusing and you can't really see too much. There are few videos out, but you can't really see exactly what happened. Partly because this occurred at the bazaar cons party during New York fashion week, so people weren't supposed to be filming. Anyways, this was sort of a high fashion event both Cardi and Nikki were wearing very high fashion dresses and heels. But this seems to have been involving Raleigh who's a member of Nicki Menaj his entourage and car. Be and supposedly someone Nikki herself or someone in the entourage, or this is referencing previous thing that was said or multiple things not quite clear, possibly said something about Cardi b.'s daughter, and she got very upset and attack them, and it doesn't seem that Nikki was hit or injured in any way that I heard a lot of several comments about how she was behind security and also possibly that Raleigh stepped in front of her. So it doesn't seem that Cardi manage to actually hit Nikki. She did. It seems take off her shoe and throw it at her, but then she was escorted out and it's not clear if anyone hit Cardi b. back. But as she was escorted out, you can see in the photos. She has this very sizable not on her head above her left eye that she looks, you know, pretty almost collected, but she's not like cry or anything, but that looks like it hurts like that is that is a large, not. Just how from people who were there. They say that they think that came not from a member of Nikki's entre, but from security being hit in the head by Elber, whatever security was trying to break that up. Cardi b. then later posted a note on her Instagram, not necessarily referencing Nikki by name but clearly seeming to be directed to her about, you know why she went off and why she lost it and how she's not gonna take it anymore. But what I love most about the story is the fact that this happened at like a super high fashion event because you know, Cardi b.'s a mother now, and most mothers are definitely protective of children. It sounds like she and Nicki Menaj we're having issues even before this. So I'm not too surprised that Cardi b. would have been like, I will go at you anytime anyplace about this, but it's just like, okay, what you're those are not fighting close. You're in. What I'm sure is a very expensive, very, you know, very high fashion dress and he'll at least NICKY was 'cause I definitely saw the video of her arriving at this and I'm like, I probably couldn't even walk in those heels. Never mind in those skills with that dress because it's got a bit of a train, and I just I'm not that coordinated, but, but you want to actually start a physical altercation in those outfits like at least at least take off your shoes before you start that altercation to like, give yourself the ability to maneuver. I, I don't know why thought that, but like that is interesting. So this clearly not finished. This might only be the start of things. It's not even clear people did remark that Nikki didn't seem to faze about anything. And again, she doesn't seem to have actually been Cardi b. doesn't seem to actually been able to get to her that she was behind security, but clearly this is not
Jeff Goldblum, Jurassic Park and Dr Ian Malcolm discussed on The Rundown
"UK TV network called now TV has installed a. Huge, statue of Jeff Goldblum in a familiar pose right in front of the tower bridge in London to commemorate the twenty. Fifth anniversary of the original Jurassic Park now the statue depicts Jeff Goldblum Dr Ian Malcolm. In his most famous. Position which is with his shirt open and. Reclining you might recognize that position of his when he. Is injured. In the movie Jurassic Park go check it out if you don't know what I'm talking. About, now the statue by the way. Is three hundred. Thirty one pounds nine point eight, feet. High twenty three feet long about two hundred. Fifty hours to create wow That's an insane statue man that's. Crazy Statue Crazy, yes That's all. I got Colleen.
A giant, semi-nude statue of Jeff Goldblum has popped up in London
"Twenty three at Cayenne so there is now a twenty foot twenty five foot long three hundred thirty pounds statue of jeff goldblum on display now near the tower bridge in london it's in a park area there along the river his black shirt is unbuttoned he's reclining he's wearing black pants and boots it's from a memed po from his role interesting park some have described the statue is semi nude because again the shirt is all unbuttoned his chest all out there celebrates the twenty fifth anniversary of the jurassic park film franchise and the statue is going to be there for another week about you probably know people wouldn't even walk five or six blocks to work have to take a car just to get work how about this guy he's in alabama is a college student first day on the job his car broke down so what did he do he walks at twenty miles some help from police for a little while who saw him walking along the side of the highway and the says that the woman that he was working for one get some rest when he finally got there I walked into the. E they put us officer fed me already had. You're goes there's and they. Now said. No Merrill we I'm good we. Can start working the family began a go. Fund me. Pays for him it's past forty six thousand dollars I, thought they might get two thousand and, the head. Of the moving company that is working for gave him a new car congratulations this morning to Bill kalani from Redondo beach first caller indicate next to correctly identify nineteen seventy six is a year for this morning's timeline contest of four that he gets a. Pair of tickets to? See the international Champions Cup that's at the Rose Bowl coming up, July twenty eighth and. Appear tickets to see Dennis? Deyoung at the Ford theatre timelines get an arrogant this afternoon at five twenty three commerce north by north of slauson get a. Sigler pallets in the road we'll tell you more coming up in a minute nine twenty four day here's renting yeah we're just waiting.
Jeff Goldblum Is Making a Jazz Album
"Mona lisa of and so that's greg reporter performing nat king cole song mona lisa on the graham norton show late last year playing the piano though listen to that is jeff goldblum himself that performance impressed the folks at decca records so much they offer jeff goldblum big record deal the director of an for decca set as far as i can tell everyone loves jeff goldblum it's like a universal truth i also don't know why put on my nine hundred thirty s record deal voice but jeff goldblum album will be out later this year.
Jeff Goldblum Is Making a Jazz Album
"Disclaimer you say more right jeff goldblum will release his debut album later this year it's going to be a collection of jazz recordings gobin learned classical piano as a child before switching to jazz and played in cocktail lounges in pittsburgh from the age of fifteen he has played ever since and regularly performs jazz standards with his band the mildred snits or orchestra named for a family friend though he has never before recorded his work for release is signed with decca whose executives accorded him after seeing him play on the graham norton show wow that's kinda cool i like jeff goldblum i want to see what else he can do mark on tv tonight we have the fourth season premiere of the breakable kimmy.
Milwaukee Bucks' Sterling Brown says he felt 'defenseless' during arrest
"At noon i'm darrell moody milwaukee bucks player sterling brown speaking out after police released video showing him being shocked with tasers arrested back in january the confrontation began after an officer question brown about parking and a handicapped zone at a walgreens he spoke with abc's robin roberts in an exclusive interview we can do is just keep fighting know keep bringing attention came you know putting pressure on the police departments and offices in the mayor's and everybody to charter may maintain round says he plans to take legal action the national memorial day concert honors korean war veterans and marks the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of chisun in vietnam army sergeant first class leah and hester the first woman in us history to get a silver star for valor in combat will participate in with along with well known entertainers several great actors and actresses i'll be joined by joe montana gary sinise general colin powell to name a few the concert airs at eight o'clock sunday night on pbs one of the nation's largest pop culture events is in full swing at the orange county convention center today is the second day of mega com which is expected to draw one hundred thousand people to the orlando area over the weekend started yesterday and continues through sunday features celebrity guests include jeff goldblum billy dee williams and this legendary sarasota resident whenever anyone says the word peewee herman himself paul reubens ray computer news ninety six point five wdbo he where have you been twelve forty nine here at news ninety six point five wdbo five day forecast here's our meteorologist brian shields we're tracking sub tropical storm alburto now is subtropical because the winfield's a little bit larger the winds aren't totally concentrated at the center slightly different structure either way this is going to head through the northern gulf and to make landfall most likely early monday with winds around sixty five miles per hour close to alabama the florida panhandle our forecast is right on track this is what we expect it so again we've been tracking the scattered showers and storms today tomorrow about a fifty percent chance of rain but a much higher chance on sunday and monday sunday in particular ninety percent chance of rain downpour several inches of rain and localized flooding will be a threat we'll keep you posted from channel nine eyewitness news i'm meteorologist brian shields right now we are looking at eighty five degrees in qasimi it is eightyfive and sunny at orlando's severe weather station reno grant is back safetouch security triple team traffic okay scott accidentfree on our expressways i for eastbound busiest for michigan up.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Trying to scrub the spice girls messages off my tummy that's funny we know what they thought for the bones call it which from where are you calling my name's indian i'm from iowa any what you're watching a lot of people are calling jeff goldblum daddy on twitter i was wondering how he felt about that how do you feel people are calling you daddy on twitter how do you feel about that i think that's the they mean it well don't they folks as prolific actor better those holiday stand up to nine famous faces who all demand answers let's find out with bravo would squares you pick a square listen to the statement and then agree or disagree if you're right you get the square if you're on your opponent does i to get tictactoe three in a row wins jeff your first thais stars jeff pickus star okeydokey i would like to pick semi friend with with whom i've done four movies sam l jackson okay sam jackson the yellow cobra largest and heaviest nate in the world is c correct yellow cobra i would say incorrect you're right it's an anti con coming star group please rupaul what do you got the first fashion magazine was published in the country of germany is he correct i never went to say this but rupaul you're wrong he is yes right pick a star goldblum got up pick you do that's the first song to be broadcast from space was amazing grace is she correct.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast
"Jeff goldblum is gonna be in that game is jeff goldblum just a meme now or why do people because he's the best he agree he is he's unique and charming kind person do other than beam yeah he's he's been in countless today fly much anderson films he's in now watching yeah he wasn't he was intent about not using z sue he's an only he was in the great paso talent believe he's in isle of on really i can't wait for that one and he hasn't done anything ungodly yet okay like that we know funny role in the original drastic park has become sort of larger than life he's showed up in a bunch of different like he was he's had multiple cameos i'm like tim and eric so he's just like a fun guy yeah he's like he's cool in on the joke makes everything a lot more fun wouldn't he some marvel thord the story yeah great delivery an accent and a demeanor eight that about him that is unmatched by anyone else on the big joe l friendly he's a recruiter in the right stuff go go even earlier let's really dig seventy american group start in the nation of body snatchers remake apparently he's in he's an any hall cameo he's at the party freak number one and death wish episode of columbo as a protester bad who's in the eighties i think you really hit his stride yeah post fly i need to see the fly i've never seen the fall really i've seen it arm wrestles at dude.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Jeff goldblum and stood at the studio saarc jeff goldblum and zero araya seko's plane this weekend nassar had the creators of uh the royal saco event in here um glance keep talking about it yeah me too you know more about it than i do then i'm just kind of being a you know pulled along on this adventure but i'd like to know more about it myself so who who who is while we got all lat yeah nick adler yeah add lou adler kid home name mv if know who these people are limited he's our promote earn of legendary owned i dunno the raftery the wiz well it arroyo adler who adler sean i though i met liu adler keith atas as house a recently when they did a um a carole king when she came and sang for his charity oshii anna and liu adler was there the he's one of those he's oh of course best known as the guy whose eyes kick jack nicholson basketball games yeah lakers you're middle name cooler yes the guys always sitting next to nil lou added are and i argue that those guys much like celebrity chefs getting laid more than celebrities they are actually cooler than the celebrity for everyone's more fixated with how is that guy best friends with all of these new and then he gets on the phone and he gets them all the house in it does the charity and does everything i much much more obsessed with lou adler than i am with the wherever the big celebrity as who's sitting leaving extra when i look at him.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Acm stuff i need make media gary's on it uh good enough i gotta go large to be is on it i gotta get going myself better so cool and by the way i i had a lot of it around herat gary you know i'm just going to have andy cintas subscription right to your house and it will just keep showing up in eventually you have to start taking it because they're just keep shara right yeah well now well especially special this magnesium that all right we'll take a quick break jeff goldblum and now you're listening to love advice with lien color you're on the air highly and longtime listener first time caller why in your professional opinion dean ever take my calls off the air is this carl yup it's carl that he we had a few dates everything was great i thought well you know when you switch to geico you could save a lot of money on car insurance okay awesome you should call them i will gaiko because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always the great answer this week it adam corolla dot com taken me with adam corolla and alan alda in ah you know something i found from by union from acting on state was was that that real listening the his take it from the point of view of being an actor one day and it's also true and then put my them real this is being willing to be changed by the other person subscribe to take any with adam corolla for weekly dose of inspiration and motivation and get unlimited access to adam corollas archives sign up a podcast one premium use the podcast one app or click the link at adam cole at dot com.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Oh my i don't even know what that means i don't want to say she's been modest what are the ingredients or the granddaughter slime sign up for barak and i go after an tried already made it over there all we do is waste stuff that's an bore in order to rebel demand in other parts of the world or acts bora chloride raw vienna ever now hayden acted as an honorable we appreciate it i love cascais that smith i love you better i last won bring a jeff goldblum it uh once question what one of atoms kids were to do porn when they turned eighteen which one would he rather and why mm world of table reflected on welker john easy yeah would you like to present this yes so uh your kids are gonna be 18 and the practice at least six years in nine days and they'll be eligible to gulu dealt film ability to pick a male porn star while hold on transit he's lowering it to fourteen and a how much speech last when i night signed irish allied we even need this in between the pipeline talk at now me went right for this six of the issues needless in fact it will sort are saying why fourteen and a half like no fifteen australian ann arbor jury anyway but go ahead so you got to pick a male porn star uh and then one of bungs takes it in the easter on film and the other ones that sucker for a year um these are very but but never make hit in front of the camera weight.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"So that was jeff goldblum is wonderful to talk to and put him possible to interview because he just picks picks picks picks picture words for on the ether and then he just dropped succumb love and you don't know where he's going next with giggling the whole thing to me he was absolutely wonderful that you were the end we posed for picture and he started to sing into my here and there's something truly magical about having jeff goldblum his head attached you ahead whilst he singing while it's it's a it was a religious moment but i was talking about thor ragner narok so clint eastwood did you make of thor ragnar narong i feel like i should probably just one everyone before i started serving that one of my favorite if not my favorite director at the moment is tyco i t three satellite tyco white he'd as esa i'm i'm probably going to keep saying it my way that they get nikko them so i am coming delays from i guess maybe a little bit of a biased perspective but this is this is the third for third thought films that i have been to thorpe films previously thaw and tho the dark wowed and this does continue on directly from tho the dot cloud which i feel like i should bring everyone up to date because i feel like like me now i've won is closely following the events of the novel cinematic universe i said the esta this is not a come after age of all traum yes and spiderman homecoming.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I love autumn chris you'd and welcome to the latest in our ferries special interview shows here on the import cast today's gassed is the star of numerous cracking movies he is the star of the fly into the night deep cover the tall guy and small matter of some of the biggest films of all time including independence day drastic lark the loss world dressy park he is one of a kind he is a totally naturalistic actor has its own style of acting he's not afraid to explore the fertile he is a walking mean he is a legend he is a jazz pianist as well he is of course the one and only jeff goldblum the jeff goldblum eased jeff goldblum in the world and possibly the coolest man alive he can currently be seen in full ride narong as himself sorry the grand master but basically himself just with the lippi and when he came into the emperor paul booth bc to discuss that film nicked assembly in a night jumped at the chance to grill him about all manner of things including a few readers questions and he was an absolute joy so please enjoy the interview in all his glory as nick disseminate an eye bask in the glow of goldblum we are delighted to be joined on the improper cast by the man the myth the legend the grand master himself chef goldblum jeff goldblum how are you sir i'm very very could chris how are you i'm good i'm very very good thank you for having me here and not a problem not a problem are you excited to be in london this is a city i mentioned holds great memories for you.
"jeff goldblum" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Actor unplugged the first job was called war stories it was um and this was the difficult yet or jeff goldblum i souffle typically thing here cervone yes owes me and jeff goldblum and it was like it had delic really jump through hoops in get called back in two thousand times and you know screen to you know screen does with them and everything and it was just dumb you know now it's like what is it but it was this it was the sort of back door pilot that was like kind of like a movie for embassies he called war stories and it was i was played a war for tight like a sort of green more photographer against jeff goldblum who played like a seasoned photographer were photographer and like it was during a time where it after nine eleven where it was like journalists were not again not accommodate journalists were viewed as um weren't viewed as like oh it's like neutral territory your journalist you know it was your american anura target and so it was very controversial little show but uh it was my first kind of like i had like an my a chair with my name on it and i thought okada meda what was your golden experience he's he's he's omai is not a very charismatic you know he was uh he's also you know he's musician but he's also kind of like an acting teacher at the play as well so it was fun to be with him after you know we would kind of like were hearse m and do scenes from you know.