20 Burst results for "Jeremy Irons"
"jeremy irons" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast
"I was with members walking out of the media theater and we had to run straight the balking because our eyes was so red and puffy from crying and what a great film did put society i it was one of those. Most people will know it because it was part of loch. Sit work if foam studies in school. As part of the curriculum we are watching and study it. We'll probably in your day but for me. It wasn't yet to sit work. But i assumed it would've become a statistic afterwards german but that there was another nineteen eighties movie with jeremy irons. Are we watch it like one hundred times. The mission was the mission we did. The mission mission So we did. I'll tell you the sedgwick's we did school. We did the mission and we did. Shroff spoken about this before At amish movie was cold with harrison. Ford doesn't he undercover in the amish community. Witness witness netted witness was matric. Sit work for folks who know.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"Just did what he wants to do and Daniel Lindelof wasn't going to stand up to him and say, no, like he is playing the character how Jeremy Irons would play him. How the comic book will have him and I just imagined that conversation of Damon, just go by going Oh. Yeah. Sure. That sounds great. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Right. Now right tour of right and lean into your interpretation. Depending thing we'll have you fart during your trial scene because because it's funny not because that's not something or character would ever do any conceptual universe. I. WanNa read some passages from different interviews he gave, and this is a reason why when when you said that you try not to Bash in the love and Jack says, okay, we'll do it for you. I'm born Jack because I read a lot of laughs interviews and I was like, Oh, my God this guy..
"jeremy irons" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Just did what he wants to do and Daniel. Lindelof wasn't going to stand up to him and say, no, like he is playing the character how Jeremy Irons would play him. How the comic book will have him and I just imagined that conversation of Damon just go by going. Oh. Yeah. Sure. That sounds great. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Now right tour of right and lean into your interpretation. Depending thing we'll have you fart during your trial scene because because it's funny not because that's not something or character would ever do any conceptual universe. I Wanna read some passages from different interviews he gave, and this is a reason why when when you said that you try not to Bash in the love and Jack says, okay, we'll do it for you. I'm born Jack because I read a lot of laughs interviews and I was like Oh my God. This guy..
"jeremy irons" Discussed on KGO 810
"West in the weirdness and the strange characters And yet at the same time, that dirt, you know the excitement. I mean, it's just amazing out just just the musical score, Khun Dude that he also did the mission. Which is so beautiful to Jeremy Irons film Absolutely stunning, and he did once upon a time in the West, So this guy had amazing range and he was just one of those. You know, Composers come from all over the world. You know when we talk about the really the earlier ones that will be talking about like Dimitri Tian Kin. A Mack Steiner. I mean, they come from Austria. But quite a few of them come from Italy. Though you find quite a lot of the Italians, there's one from Greece will be playing so and there's some women there's a woman that's not too many women composers, but I found a really great one. And if you go go all this like women, composers, movie composers, I'm telling you, you learn so much Right. Let's go to the next, which everyone will recognize. Let's play it and then you'll talk about it, okay? And you could feel sweep quickly. Angela. I know right, And that's why they did the opening credits so beautifully to Max Sinus theme Now, one thing that we just lost last week, Olivia have blond and she was one of my favorite actors says she made it to 100 for God bless her, and I would like Able to see a movie called Strawberry Blonde when she plays a suffragist in this real feisty gal who falls in love with this poor.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on WGN Radio
"NBC shows up once out of what nine Wait, That's another thing. It's like it's like the major league playoffs this year. Apparently, you know, every other show is eligible. So a lot of the nominations we're looking at, like eight or nine per category member back in the day was always five Max. So they're kind of following the lead of the Academy Award for best picture. You can have as many as 10. But that's the new normal Now. Row right that you're going to get more Netflix, HBO. Amazon Prime, Hu Lu, etcetera, etcetera. Couple of noteworthy things. As you mentioned, it's gonna be a virtual ceremony. Jimmy Kimmel is going to be the virtual host. Well, I guess that would be the actual human host. But he'll host the virtual media. I believe he's still with us. I talked to him, so he's ready to do that. There were more black actors this year than ever before 34% of the acting nominees for African Americans, so that was very good to see what I mean. There's so many good performances so many good shows. And I also want to mention a friend of ours. Hugh Jackman because we had talked about Hugh Jackman. And if people haven't had a chance to see the HBO movie, Bad Education based on the true story of this incredible school scandal On Long Island. I believe it was in the early to thousands, and we had talked about how that might be eligible for an Academy Award. It was deemed eventually that his performance was not eligible for an Oscar because They made the deal. The studio made the deal with HBO and never agreed to do a theatrical release. So now Hugh Jackman is eligible for an Emmy and I think he's gonna win the Emmy for best actor. He has won an Emmy before, And this is when showbusiness row really just just kisses its own but duty. Hugh Jackman has an Emmy. Yoni has an Emmy for Hosting the Tonys. Oh, right Emmy for the Tony. I do love when the Emmys win an Emmy for the best for best TV show like a horse can win for best new show. I know it's How many hands does the Oscars have? I guess you're right. I think there's too much cross pollination in entertainment. Can I just tell you up in the best actor for drama and also for limited Siri's? Just listen to this. You've got Jason Bateman, Sterling, Kay Brown, Steve Carell, Brian Cox, Billy Porter and Jeremy Strong for best drama, and you've got for in limited series or TV movie Jeremy Irons. Hugh Jackman, PALM. Ask Al Jeremy Pope and Mark Ruffalo. These there used to be TV actors, and I used to be a movie actors, and now it's all one used to here. This is the ninth nomination and fourth win for Ted Knight once again defeated Charles Nelson Reilly. Yeah, your show contestant Hold at once It will come right back to the rest of you get a lot of other things. We would like to talk about here as well. But first, here's Laurel.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast123
"So that was my first experience kind of coming into something that the weather look that aren't even set. The genre, the kind of feeling of the project is already there. Yeah. Yeah. And then and so in the set me up well because then I got a job offer Watchman and they'll call came because of a producer of captive, State movie, I did with Rupert was, yeah producing watching it and originally, they called me for Basically, this chunk with Jeremy Irons was like a six week long. Shoot pickups is what it sounds like, it wasn't actually picked up. It was it was his schedule was very specific and they only had them for a small chunk of time. And he, he was over, if you've seen it, he he's kind of in every episode but disconnected from the rest of the cast until the finale place. That was literally shopping around different timetable. Yeah. Like it was, my aunt was essentially, I had my own unit. We had a German, I was doing it and so they had two of them actually cuz one who's in Wales, shooting the, the castle stuff off. And then I shot all of the stuff out in the field with him with like his catapult and like on the on the moon with him. And so all of those went through pretty much every episode, little two minute little segments through each episode and then And then something happened and and the one of the GPS on the show wasn't coming back for the finale and so they asked me to come and see proof and out. So, so then I went back and shot them this season finale. So. So yeah, that happened last spring and then took the summer kind of off and then jumped into the show, the mosquito Coast, which is what I've been on since. So that's this is, this is still such a short time line, but there's so many good projects in here at Legion Watchman again, that's, that's amazing, that's not cool off..
"jeremy irons" Discussed on Table Reads
"Who was speaking chaos? Fuck it if there were to be your wall. Would your frigate still supply us? You bluntness could be arranged up cal. A corrupt noble of the Senate jumps to his feet in a rage. Do you have a good defar? Jeremy Irons absurd. Jeremy Irons Jeremy. Sorry I was thinking of scar. You said Jaffar and scar pop. Okay yeah this is nonsense. We have no choice but to prove the treaty if there is a war the new galactic kingdom destroy our entire system with a snap of the finger. General Skywalker is a dream. Or if he thinks he can mount any meaningful resistance and your dream is if you believe him so much trust in one aged man you must see at that moment all heads turn as someone enters the room. It is General Luke skywalker commander in the Star Force. He is a large man apparently in his early forties but actually much older everyone senses the aura of power that radiates from this great warrior. Here is a leader. A DIE general. He looks weary but he is still a magnificent looking. Warrior is face cracked and weathered by exotic climates is set off by close silver beard and dark penetrating is sandwiches somewhat embarrassed and quietly sits down. Is there anyone? He is so naive. Way like wait. I think Skywalker should be read as OBI Wan. Is there anyone here so naive? He believes the Galactic Kingdom would ever bother negotiating if they were contemplating structure of this system. Your excellences this is more than a simple rate on your resources. You must reach a decision. I love it. I know Moulin Rouge Guys Gregor Down Pretty Good. He's got a huge talent. We're not skipping over this fucking. Shah's sitting on a Damn Jaffar forgiving to seduce me with his snake. Fucking sceptre rub. That beard is so twisted whole time. I was just thinking in my head. Like Prince Abu Boo good channel. I like it mere Nash. A thin bird like senator turns to General Skywalker. General Skywalker Wall is a serious business identity. Business procrastination is a deadly business. Senator Walrus my business. Have you approved? Defense measures the Grand Mouth Tarkhan with an owner. Where's the long black robes of the to know Ian Religion? He speaks with a high cracking voice other exit grandma Tarkhan. Yeah but his grand shits grand mouth target but we burnt tarquin known. Whatever the other guy got fucking care. Actual Galactic Empire's still only a remote on Galactic Kingdoms on. Gabby buck an electing kingdom is only a remote possibility as a military to Z. treaties treatise. Your proposal has merits but in the hassle of reality an attack against the galactic kingdom is to be somewhat extreme events. You must understand general. We're interested in avoiding a war. Not Starting One. There are times when offense mixed the best defense. That alliance treaty isn't signed. We will need all the advantage. We can get out sandwich. I want you to head the delegation of you will leave tomorrow with your answer regarding the treaty. My decision will be forthcoming. The senators whisper among themselves. All Right Bay the forces others be with you all that. Fuck ME UP MENTALLY MID BACK. What the fuck read. Jeff read it again. I'm going to try date all right then. Made a full of others be with you. All the senators leave in a flurry of hushed conversation. The general is lost in thought and remains in his chair. Away TA and Puck King. Chaos is two young sons that Oh with the thing over it is just an apostrophe. Is You King Office? Two young sons storms through the exiting senators. And Oh so the thing earlier was just kings. It was referring to the King King. It wasn't King King Us. It was just this shit being weird. someone's copy and paste like didn't recognize the APOSTROPHE and put this fucking weird character and instead king chaos two young sons storm through the existing senators that says existing senators right okay and rush onto chaos his lap. The king is obviously very proud of the two young princes. He throws into the air and then catches him again. Me Too me too leaving. Czars Lee you gotta say goodbye. The king picks up the puck and swings him around then puts him down okay whippersnapper. Go Tell your mother and your sister that I'm on my way. The two boys run out of the room and are heard yelling and screaming down the hallway. They got starts out put stops in front of the general where the hell do be. Oh Okay my daughter is leaving for the Academy Dos Chat. Dos To you. Come and wish her. Well it would mean a lot of T- truly idolizes. You knew you know. Come on the will. Of course. I'm sorry my Lord Politics always seem to distress me. General skywalker rises and as they head for the door. Chaos pats him on the back. Feel the fourth also fade.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Tomorrow night on the sounds we return to our own decade looking back tonight on the heels of the recent deaths of Lyle Mays the keyboardist Jon Christensen the drummer listening to some music from the eighties but tomorrow night not only will be be back in our own time will be listening to some pieces that just got their world premieres onstage American hall a couple of weeks ago when we did our annual collaboration with the bang on a can all stars part of the ecstatic music festival this work by Amanda Berlin was one of four world premieres on the stage that night this one had a film that Amanda had made to accompany the music which dealt with birds and dancing and did you know that some birds are actually quite hilarious when they attempt to dance the the film made that clear the music though stands on its own will hear that tomorrow night at eleven this new sounds program is in our audio archives along with many years worth of shows you can find it most easily by searching for the program number this is new sounds number forty three thirty you can use any web browser or just go to new sounds dot org and we are looking back at some music and musicians that we heard a lot more of back in the eighties than than we do today I mean in some cases it simply because the musicians aren't here anymore but in many of these cases it's just you know there's just so much more music out there now but it is nice to to look back and remember fans like George Jorah a trio of Algerian women who I only learned many years later when the internet became a thing we're not just bandmates but sisters from a Berber family in Algeria they you know they had to go through a fair amount to be able to make music publicly and to make recordings and a one of them actually wrote a book about her kind of struggle you know for to have an independent female voice in northern Africa at that time anyway so juror Jorah is the name of this this trio and the peace will here is called Odyssey saw the path of destiny it's a lovely piece and then we'll hear the remarkable voice of the Syrians singer Abed oz Reay who even back in the eighties was already living in France not Syria which is where he made his beautiful record called all remote and from that album with here live soup deliberate use the the breath of the breeze that's our bed oz everyday from Syria after the trio George Jorah from Algeria and bowls going back to the eighties and and the the should she should this the Russian she this hope that is the Syrians.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Would he would. He would have no problem with what is said. No no but but the way I was taught. Louis that Right I need it to live with the shame of everything. And one of the one of the breakthrough for me therapy wise was a therapist therapist. Said you know for me not to run from all those things that I considered quote my neuroses or what I considered detrimental to me being a quote successful and or Together person those were just who I what those are who I be like you running from Standing up for trump's episode. I'm an alcoholic but not really. I'm just joking with you 'cause I'm GonNa get past. Don't worry about it. Yeah Yeah Yeah I really is to and you know that's such a hard lesson for a young man it or for a young woman. Either one I mean it is not a gender specific issue Then the thing is the thing that the upset thing is watch. Watch you embrace that part of you. That is either a call a broken collar neurotic caller wherever those parts of ourselves that are that are not according to what I we thought. Our script is going to be once we embrace those things from there. We have the capacity to connect in ways that we had not even imagined before absolutely because because when we own them instead of them owning us we have freedom there is freedom percent there is freedom in in ownership of my neuro season feelings. And just say that is part of life and that is my. That is my road that is on the road I am and I learned. Learn from that and walk down walked down. It's like it's like in that movie. Gosh what was that movie with Jeremy Irons. Where and and and Bob De Niro where Bob De Niro is carrying that weight up up the cliff the weight of all of his represented all of his shame and all of his all of his MIS MIS actions and Jeremy Irons cut the back the the the backpack off his back and Robert Deniro was all of a sudden freed? He he because those things were owning him now. He owned himself Russ admission. That was the tone of the mission the Michigan as one of the things that once you do that once you own that it's not about it's not about making excuses anymore It's it's it's a very very liberating thing that I don't need to overcome that to make a difference. I don't need to overcome that to be a loving person. I don't need to overcome that to To make life better for those boy that's a that's a great way to close. I love that But before before we wrap up Terry I I have to admit an mention to our audience that you have a new book. That just came out a couple of months ago titled this is life if you want to tell us more about that other than Go Out and buy the damn thing. Go go out. Yeah we have a couple of minutes Jerry Gratin bias. This is sponsored by my son. Who's college bill is still do? What's what's it about? What is what is what is the life all about.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on AP News
"British actor Jeremy irons all had the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival next month according to organizers of the festival seventieth edition irons will be jury president of the festival which runs from February twenty eighth to March first other members of the jury having yet been named irons said in a statement released by festival organizers he was taking on the festival role with feelings of great pleasure and not inconsiderable honor the trump administration takes a loss to the New York federal appeals court A. P.'s objected when reports a move to get an injunction lifted off a measure that would deny green cards to immigrants who've used public benefits has been rejected the trump administration announced a new rule for last October it would have connected the use of public benefits like Medicaid or food stamps with the decision on whether immigrants could become permanent US residents several lawsuits were filed to block the rule and several injunctions of already been lifted but the second US circuit court of appeals has denied a motion to lift the ban imposed by in New York District Court about five hundred forty thousand people apply for green cards every year nearly four hundred thousand could be subject to a review to determine if they'd be a burden to the nation's benefits system I Jackie Quinn pop star Justin Bieber says he's been battling Lyme disease in an Instagram post use of it's been a rough couple of years but he's getting the right treatment that'll help treat this so far in curable disease he says he'll be back and better than ever they'll be recalled in curable the vast majority of Lyme disease cases are successfully treated with antibiotics the infection which is transmitted by deer ticks can cause fluid conditions neurological problems joint pain and other symptoms he says he also had a serious case of chronic mono which affected his skin brain function energy and overall health the Grammy winning singer sizzle discusses battle with Lyme disease and the upcoming U. two docu series Justin Bieber's seasons which debuts January twenty seventh I'm wire in his first election year rally president trump takes credit for the drone attack that killed a top Iranian general last week the United States once again took the.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on AP News
"The jury at the Berlin International Film Festival next month according to organizers of the festival seventieth edition irons will be jury president of the festival which runs from February twenty eighth to March first other members of the jury having at been named iron said in a statement released by festival organizers he was taking on the festival role with feelings of great pleasure and not inconsiderable honor Norway says it will take six hundred asylum seekers recently evacuated to Rwanda from Libyan detention centers as the Scandinavian country wants to stop the sometimes deadly smuggling of migrants across the Mediterranean Sea since the twenty fifteen massive influx of migrants the Europe European Union authorities have been trying to stop refugees and other migrants crossing the Mediterranean while trying to reach Europe as part of an agreement signed between Rwanda the African Union and the United Nations refugee agency in September East African country hosts a camp will be blue being evacuated from often chaotic overcrowded detention centers in Libya so far Norway and Sweden have offered to take some of them according to Rwanda's foreign minister pop star Justin Bieber says he's been battling Lyme disease in an Instagram post use of it's been a rough couple of years but he's getting the right treatment that'll help treat this so far in curable disease he says he'll be back and better than ever they'll be recalled in curable the vast majority of Lyme disease cases are successfully treated with antibiotics the infection which is transmitted by deer ticks can cause fluid conditions neurological problems joint pain and other symptoms he says he also had a serious case of chronic mono which affected his skin brain function energy and overall health the Grammy winning singer sizzle discusses battle with Lyme disease and the upcoming U. two docu series Justin Bieber's seasons which debuts January twenty seventh trump Enron I'm to acquire the AP news minute during a campaign rally in Toledo Ohio tonight president trump told supporters he was justified in ordering the drone strikes in Iraq that killed a top Iranian general Kissam solemn mining planned and executed attacks against American targets killing and wounding thousands of US service members the Iranians responded with ballistic missiles fired at bases in Iraq housing U. S. troops no one was injured or killed in those attacks but a few hours after that a Ukrainian airliner one hundred seventy six people on board crashed after takeoff from Tehran officials in the US and elsewhere say it's highly likely the plane was shot down by an anti aircraft missile fired by Iranian forces sixty three of those on board were Canadians prime minister Justin Trudeau says he's willing to give the Iranians the benefit of the doubt this may well have been an intention New York times posted a video apparently showing a fast moving object rising before a fire AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The other the the guys a session candles candles candle yeah I like him Jeremy irons is Jeremy irons in succession now maybe not on a thank you want to talk about a great actor so I mean I think the bulls are the plate and I believe it or not the kitchen for and they were these games like I'm with the crash could be in the wind like they wanted Sacramento I told you that day go I would take the bulls tonight yeah this is a game wins any pops out his jab right yeah we played with spirit yeah our Gafford come in filling in for went out yes we do yes like a thirty five point game right we've got it all back once the show is better than Brandon Ingram you know goes for thirty three yeah top twenty in scoring in the league yeah he's a good guy yeah he's just I mean it's not a one dimensional and he's not there obviously not the biggest problem but no but he's also not being answered no like that is their biggest the answer is having the true superstar yeah how are they going to get it the man with the sword glued the sacrilege jury that's you need by the way we were talking as yesterday did you see like don to time and I don't I don't think a measure with you guys you know both danse don search and still these guy try young are both in the top five in the league in scoring and the says yeah tray Yang is he's been on Billy I mean he's if you were to come out another year he might have been the guy he's the least of their problems did you see you to what he did in Atlanta he paid off a million dollars in medical dat two people in Atlanta I was all that was just announced yeah I don't think a lot of good stories you see Jack Jacobs bought a house for his they lived in their car yeah for a time in the day I was reading in the he bought a house for is that like after the great fantastic really are yeah that's fine you know will Smith movie where they were living there yeah they were living in the bath our story connect I wanna be a billionaire I think right yeah it's awesome we have a a cut he's coming on tomorrow is that right season what is IT season three so we're going to set that up with Jay on with us tomorrow is also you'll talk about Kyle Kyle's out having fun where every is right I saw the video yeah I it's on got it did something she's going into wrestling no I'll be have to how it's gonna wrestle recover included a Debbie Debbie after that instrument chapter nine over him the greatest Ted.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Head spinning you made me forget my name once again give me one second okay it's no it's true this is ridiculous history and I'm gonna say rented for the show I'm a little horse today as opposed to a giant luxury steed worth it well you know I think it gives a bit of gravitas to your statements and hopefully our super producer Casey Pegram can fix it in post the man is a wizard I am telling you she is also in addition to being are quite talented Casey Pegram is also a very I would say a principled man that's true if he was ever to slip you a Mickey he would have a damn good reason let me tell you what it would be a justified Mickey yeah we've talked about this off the air if either of us ever walked by and saw super producer KC Powe grown dragging a body sized garbage bag down the street we would just pick up the other end in helping move it because even if the world body he would have good reason for his actions and you know that that that day antiquated term slipped him a make your her I make yeah just used a typically referred more to lacing a drink with a psychoactive drug or something that would incapacitate someone not necessarily kill them like the Mickey is that we're talking about today would yes ladies and gentlemen today we are talking about the dark art of poison and not just any poison however we're talking about one of the most storied notorious and for a time popular poisons in human civilization we'd like to introduce you to arsenic that's right actually earned the title the king of poison by the fifteenth century but it had a quite rich history even well before that right we know that engine to a Gyptian mind arsenic compounds we know that in one of the very very early pharmacological taxed the D. materia medica arsenic is also mentioned this is a naturally occurring element that is just across the planet and you can find a map of naturally occurring arsenic here in the United States it's spooky scary stuff and the fact it was naturally occurring is one of the many reasons that made it such a popular tool for getting the job done because it was easy to get because of its use in everything from medication to pesticides to industrial processing materials and things like that and it is odorless colorless and tasteless and dissolves in water in any other liquids easily in its oxide form the word arsenic itself comes from the Greek are Senna con which meant bold or potent medicine after moniker for this little killer and we do know that even in ancient times people were aware of arsenic potential as a poison on the first law against poison was passed in eighty two BC he it was a Roman law that specifically mentioned outlawing arsenic because it was used so often by assassins in a in the light I love the point out the medicinal or the perceived medicinal benefits of arsenic because that's the thread that we see continuing concurrently with his popularity as a police in and earlier just a moment ago we mentioned that the fifteenth century is crucial to our next role as a poison used by everyone from jilted lovers to assassins to wealthy Italian aristocrats this is the moment where if arsenic was some sort of pop star it suddenly recorded its breakout single yeah I think the reason that that's a good way to put it is because it actually had a substance had a huge impact on politics especially in Italy Italians as it turns out had quite the reputation of wielding this substance and poisons in general for political gain so in the Italian Renaissance you may have heard of the Borja family there is I think there was a Netflix series called the boards as maybe it was ma'am Sears like that you can get it Jeremy irons in it but it chronicles this pretty shady Italian Renaissance family that were quite powerful in fact for Drigo Borja who actually went on to become pope Alexander the sixteen forty ninety two so no slouch and big big social climbers these Porsches and he had two children one was that sorry lose I think over the K. those and then the other one was Lucretius and Lucrece yeah actually is the one who got sort of a bad rap as being a poisoner because there is an opera by done it said he called Lucretius and there's a scene in it where she apparently poisons several people five five people and as history doesn't really support that in fact she was apparently quite a pious woman and died without probably ever having poison anyone had just credit where credit is due up front we're getting a lot of this information from a fantastic book called the king of poisons history of arsenic by John scandal Lucretius seems to have her hands mostly clean but her brother chase are heirs to sorry is the one who really took this to the next level and we'll get you it's interesting because poise and got a bit of a rap as a quote unquote woman's weapon get to that later so she sorry Porsche Lee was guilty of just poisoning hundreds of people dozens at the very least I'm in his pursuit of a political career it was like his MO his modus operandi what's fascinating here is that please lean veal arsenic became so prevalent in well known in Italy there was considered a formal masted assassination and really in the beginning of the show you may have heard the phrase Italian ation tally nation I do love that Italian nation was the slang term for Boise via arsenic outside of Italy think the Brits came up with that one then and we'll get to the how this ultimately spread from Italy elsewhere before we do that as well talk about this there were a handful of poison assassins that that had been really made names for themselves one of whom was Julia to fana local flower lots of fun I which I love all of these assassins have these amazing shorthand names and she is in her story goes a couple different ways there's there's there's several versions of it but one version is that she invented this mixture a harmless looking liquid that apparently is as few as four to six drops would be enough to quote destroy a man and the principal ingredients material which was called aqua to fana is thought to have been arsenic and you got to think about the time we're talking about where men ruled families and governments and iron fist and women were nothing but channel so to empower women with this material was lots of fun and was able to do because it it you know there are many historians who say every woman in Naples probably had a bottle of the stuff in there you know medicine cabinets among their perfumes that only they would know which one it was this is this is a crucial point because I don't know if we're jumping ahead too much with this but is it seems like a good time to mention the method of delivery that was that was employed often Italy it wasn't an immediate death and this is a a instead a slow poisoning so you would have there's this old myth I founder this old legend that said women in particular parts of Italy to keep their husbands faithful would supply them with a small amount of poison and then a small antidote so they had to keep coming back home but regardless of the rap veracity or a falsity of that we do know is true that people were being poisoned slowly rather than immediately often you know it's true actually found another fantastic article called aqua to fana slow poisoning and husband killing in seventeenth century Italy for website called a blast from the past and it's it's it's really kind of the blog but it was written by wow it's not even really credited as having an author but I I checked everything and had a really great qualifying links and just a fantastic article specifically talking about the role that women played in this whole poisoning epidemic and lots of fun especially and being kind of the one that jumpstarted that and how a lot of her story is sort of the stuff of legends but to your point then the idea of the slow poisoning was really important in a very devout Catholic Italy right because it gave the dying husband time to do a couple of things one of which was get his affairs in order if you're talking about this the inheritance powder making sure that the wife would be well provided for in the family would have all the needed after he passed over the church would have a donation the church would have a nation or that he was able to repent for his sins so this is a really thing thing because that's low meeting out of poison through food or drink was really a crucial part of this whole thing is a fantastic quoting this article from chambers journal which is a magazine started in eighteen thirty two by William chambers and it's a little long I was going to read part of it just going to give the sense of at the time how this was looked upon administered in wine or key or some other liquid by the flattering treacherous it produced but is scarcely noticeable effect the husband became a little out of sorts felt weak and language so little indisposed that he would scarcely call in a medical man after the second dose of the poison this weakness and Langer became more pronounced the beautiful media she is a lot of language in here that characterizes this woman as some sort of horrible murderous harpy type character like referencing media but obviously you know the political landscape of the time it's kind of a gray area there we'll get to that later this beautiful Medea who expressed so much anxiety for her husband's indisposition was scarcely be an object of suspicion and perhaps would prepare her husband's food or prescribed by the doctor with her own fair hands in this way the third drop would be administered would prostrate even the most vigorous man okay in the last bid to save her fair fame the wife would demand a post mortem examination resulting nothing except that the woman was able to pose as a slandered innocent and then it would be remembered that her husband died without either pain inflammation fever or spasms this is important because for a long time arsenic was a difficult poison to identify not only was it odorless and colorless and so on but arsenic poisoning exhibited symptoms that could easily be confused with symptoms of diseases that were common at the time such as cholera which you will remember from several other strange episodes we've done on ridiculous history end because again it was naturally occurring and considered medicinal people were able to easily obtained arsenic this year when our earlier episode on guy Fawkes we talked about the relative ease or difficulty of acquiring gun powder it was much easier to acquire arsenic end additionally arsenic was used in so many other things will get to that in just a second I have a great list for you know but before we do I think we need to bust some stereo types here the idea of poison being so closely associated with Italy this concept thrived because it sort of justified the stereo types that the French or the British already had about Italians they thought they were devious you'll Monte burns ask hand robbers sure and they often described in was Italian nation or as a an Italian nested of murder with the connotations being there was somehow powerfully but the French and the British both were often using arsenic they were just claiming it was an Italian it's true it was actually Catherine de Medici who married Henry the second who would go on to become the king of France in fifteen thirty three who is given lots of credit for bringing the Italian.
"jeremy irons" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Sub reference quickly to a movie again just popped into my head I'm great movie demi Moore Jeremy irons is this a a lick your great actors called margin call it was about the financial crisis and it it what happened inside an investment bank when they got wind of what was going to happen Jeremy irons it was being lectured to spoken to that lecture that's wrong out by his subordinates and he asked them he says that he's speaking to in essence rocket science people in the risk management department people what rocket science degrees explaining to him what was going on and he said this is not this is my job I'm a need to make this decision and he said liquidate and some of the people in the room were like we can't do that we're gonna ruin all of these relationships so what it doesn't not one of these days one of these days I'm hoping and praying that people start paying attention to what we've been saying here for twenty some odd years that these firms don't care about you the people who you're working with as nice as they may be our sales people they're there to sell you things they're not about the process they're there to sell you products from there from now if you don't think back during the nineteen nineties that these firms didn't know that the products that they were selling were faulty they did it's just didn't not I'm gonna take a quick break right here not a lot on this today when everybody.
Disney, Nala Donald Glover And James Earl Jones discussed on Bald Movies
"Latest live action cash grab the Lion King directed by Jon Favreau and you know I never would have guessed that the man who breathed life into a multi billion dollar franchise but taking a third tier marvel property like iron man and taking passion for source material I I never thought that he you would brought that same passion to the Lion King and you know what I was right because in my opinion this is like the most of all the pointless Disney remakes this is the most pointless and the one that comes off the shabby shabby as compared to its source material Jim. What did you think and maybe talk about your personal relationship with the Lion King of any so I think the Jon Favreau had quite the passion for the source material because he just recycled it and not in like the way where you I don't know take something you have? It's old fashioned into something new. That's useful in a different way. This was the lion king like this is the most Lion King Lion King movie <hes> outside outside of the Lion King I mean the thing is is is the lion king. Only all of the animals were injected. The Boat Docks Yeah Animation <hes> that's. That's the only thing that was different about this movie in any way right. There's one hint of new song none of the plot points or any different than the lion king you remember from ninety four. It's all the same it's just a it's just a cross aboard worse version yeah and completely like you said unnecessary. I think this is like the thing I liked about. Aladdin is Kinda took it a direction and modernized it updated five the problem. The parts were little creaky and little stale where we've moved on as a society they've kind of you know propped it up and they didn't try to like out Robin Williams Robin Williams on the genie whereas this it's like. I don't understand how the animation tests came back for. These animals father wasn't like okay we gotta ditched his documentary approach and have these lions smile. Give him some fucking eyebrows house allow on the show some gene grief and rage because we know I've seen the lion king many many many many times and there's a couple of scenes where you're you're geared up to anticipate and it's exactly. The same lines exactly the same framing except for Simba's faces a grim frozen mask that is capable of showing anything other than way honestly my house cats more expressive. I that's the thing that really really surprised me and I saw a listen problems with that in like some of the trailers I saw but like I don't know I mean it's this isn't a bad film in fact honestly the first five minutes. I actually started thinking well. Maybe I'm wrong because it gave me the exact same goosebumps that intro of the Classic Lion King Circle Life Yeah <hes> but even then it's like there's a couple of parts or like you know like there's a couple of things that you you know you can do in animation like when you blink and step forward and sun you can have a baby draft. Blankets is in this. I mean if they did that with his baby. Draft who the fuck knows because baby drafts don't blink in the sun it turns out it's almost it felt like one of those Old Walt Disney movies like <hes> <hes> what is the journey home or whatever where the actually take a real poppy in a real cat kitten and or they have like little bound very tightly homered ban yeah they make a movie around around like their natural expressions and stuff <hes> but there's just I don't know I mean I didn't really pay any attention to the casting like I didn't know anybody <hes> and there's <hes> great great cat like you know the Simba Nala Donald Glover beyond say knowles stats a fucking dynamite combination like John Oliver as the Domo's as zoo is pretty inspired casting the return of James Earl Jones James Jones. You can't do better than that. I thought that <hes> Billy Eichner as to Moan was really good eye Eric Andre I know seth th- Rogan is Okay Yeah Eric Andrea one of the hyenas I I mean I said it's just I mean we can talk about it the scene by scene point by point and the trailer earn the spoiler section like do I want to on this one because if you've seen the Lion King you've seen the entirety of this movie. It's just like they changed a damn thing. No they range all all the life yeah. Apparently the animators didn't get to note that the scene. Can you feel the love tonight actually takes place at night not at noon just many many references to it being evening and being nights and then it. Blend smoothly into another night scenes really pivotal and what the fuck what the fuck why are they why are they having animated these lions in broad daylight. I don't know because you can. They're more expressive in the day. I don't ever more expressive in the day. That's the only thing I think of is the other thing is speaking of that. I defy you to tell any of those lionesses apart <hes> yeah lights off in the cartoon version. There are subtle variations in color facial expression oppression. I mean they're all kind of unique individuals. At least you know the Nairobi and Nala and the ones actually have speaking roles this like they literally all look the same and when Simba's fighting scarred there's many time I lost track of WHO Simba who was scar and they found it hilarious that these battles are so bloodless. I don't know how you get a name like scar. If nothing can cut your skin I know 'cause like it'd be like it's cannon that Mu Fossa awesome fucked him up the part of his ear off and really hideously scarred him so but yeah you can't do that when <hes> although to realistic you can't do I was kind of put off by the mature subject matter. They're they're. They're saying the F. A. R._T.. Word heard they are in case. Let that slide through yeah yeah really risk and is this P._G.. I don't know it probably is it wouldn't be stupid like whatever the whatever the original was here. It's the same because it is is the same so so. Maybe I'm a little harness movie but I actually this was the very first Walt Disney animated movie I ever saw because I my mom was a religious nut job the type of religion I mean there's lots of different ways to be a religious just not job as a parent but <hes> her particular nutjob Orie was magic anything magic and I'll add in allow <hes> sleeping beauty no little rain when the fucking sea he which get Outta here those legs are mad. I remember the look my sister and I gave each other when Rafiki started doing medicine Monkey Shit and we're like Oh God and my mom's is started twitching like us a spiritism. Does a spiritism like she's please do not storm out of that we we. We begged her to take her come on the line game. There's no magic there's no warlock in this fucking monkey starts. Doing you know the the magic adjacent shit he starts doing like some kind of weird monkey and melon based divination a nation he starts doing martial arts karate at the end which is the other kind of spiritism adjacent but it was near and dear to my heart because I that's the very first and I remember just like just like being just completely amazed at the opening act. And really moved when Fossa dies and like also we had that movie I was the only Disney animated movie for a long long time that we had on V._H._S. and my brother and sister and I kind of wore it out over the course of a summer so I'd fucking love this the Super N._S.. Lion King Okay. I don't think I ever made it past the third level because it's freakishly hard but there's a lot I have a lot of affection for this source material and Dan I just to me they should have cleaned it up that those prints as shiny as they could make him they should've completely redone to sound and just re released it because this is just you know Lion King's Tinton movie. This is like six attitude execution of that movie. This is a high school musical version of the Broadway version of the Lion King. I could see that yeah. I didn't find it offensive. I found that it was in in maybe everything except for the expressive -ness of the characters was just as effective as the original was but yeah it was entirely unnecessary. This is a fairly obvious cash crap. I didn't didn't feel that way coming out of Aladdin. I know a lot of people didn't feel that way coming out of beauty and the beast and you know the the Dumbo did People Watch Dumbo. Nobody watched dumbo right everywhere. I heard it was pretty fucking shitty. Yeah I didn't see it. I didn't either her because I heard it was pretty shitty and guess what you've got Milan coming down the pike. I don't I've never seen Milan. I mean it's a fine. It's it's it's probably one of the lesser of the new golden age of Disney like it's kind of their into Pocahontas level level where it's like animation still amazing songs that nearly as catchy core concept not as solid and I've heard that they're actually a skewing the songs more or less in Milan and just like a straight like a straight drama weird. I could be wrong on that but I just. I don't know I it. It's it's not it's so cynical. I said cash grab because it's it's not it's not just a blatant redundant cash grab. It's just a pace. These does relentless Klis pace that they're that they're doing them into. I don't understand why we need. Five remakes of Disney live action Disney movies in a single year and I don't even know if it might be more than that like. I don't know if they've got. They're going to sneak something out. Pass them along before Christmas. I don't know I don't know they just cast a little mermaid. I I don't know how far that's that that's behind but who's playing Sebastian. I don't know okay. That's my biggest question about that movie. Maybe Ahmed Best Okay Yeah sure thanks Yeah Sebastian yeah he so Whoopi Whoopi in the under the sea yeah love song so I got some more stuff to say 'cause I got. I actually Kinda WanNa actually KINDA WANNA break it down so you might say because he's keep on saying that it's shot for shot for Lion King and that's my biggest problem is is that I don't think it is. I think they're I mean they try not shot but beat for beat. Story is one hundred percent every bit of the staging is is noticeably inferior and worse than than the than the the original and some of the things that like what they did to be prepared is a God damn criminal travesty. That's one of my favorite songs from the Lion King and I've never seen a more dispirited parroted punting of a musical number then than I have. I don't know Jimmy Nicholson who I considered. The foremost expert on Disney films on the Internet suggested that there's also a muted quality due to vocal performances like everything everyone's kind of like instead of like even James Earl Jones instead of just like because I remember I I can I can hear in my head exactly how he says. Nobody messes is with the year old band or I can. I can hear like they. They just didn't quite nail it and her theory is they had to have all the actor scale back because if they were as a motive as the original lion king it would look wildly out of place with the animation style and it's like the one thing that you could have gone ten for ten and let like Donald Glover and beyond say and James Will Jones uncork and actually you know she would tell Chew Hotel Jia for <hes> who I think is an amazing actor. He got the world's most laid back quiet unassuming scar and it's just a shame because he's trying to follow giant. Jeremy Irons plays one of the the all time Great Disney villain voices and it just. I don't know
"jeremy irons" Discussed on Reel Chat
"I reckon. So buttery was cast adult Simba early during production and during the threes of voice acting leave a coated with another act ones, which is what you mentioned only discovered more Kelly who voice Nala at the premium of the film. I guess we've. Yeah. Good work. I think we've got a hit. Good stuff. So what do you think of Broderick in the film, LEGO? It pretty lovable sort of voice like only in the second half of the film. Specify that guys. Until midway. Billed as an what she g actually takes quite a while fame to grow the film. Yeah. Isn't that sire? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I still I'm sure you're gonna get the towel still think when I think of the other. Tom, look, I can't fault his performance is that level? Call it to voice sort of here, and you recognize it because everybody loves various feeler, watch choice. Back to the sequels. Oh, good question. I never seen it. Good. But they straight to, to. Yeah. Series, the lion God or something. Recent. But yeah, what any thoughts on Broderick van did a good job? But yeah, it's pretty pretty small role in, in the takes three years to film a few minutes of the recording. Yeah. Do all the animation. Yeah. Those cut scenes. But yeah, no, it doesn't good job. You can't fold it really count felt it. I mean, you know, like it was it was, I mean Broderick big at this time as well. I mean, I was eight years before this. It's hard to say sure, I'm not well over he's, he's like he's. Lucky like vanish us, and they come back occasionally for, like a mule film election. That was good. Did he ever really reach the hearts of interesting career? He had a film called project x with that was good Luxy blues. Yeah. So if you in the eighties, but it's got a lot of gyms that he did a along the long in varied career. That era. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely now market, you didn't make mention of him and second Bill here, Jonathan Taylor. Thomas as young Simba for the first half of The Lion King. So Jason, we've actually provide the cubs singing voice, as well. So he did not do the singing really shuttering. About gonna give John. Taylor. Thomas credit whereas, but. Of course, he was massive around this time wasn't I? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Improvement. How many years was ten years, or something like that? But it was very popular regardless. That was the big one. I watched it, but I hate it. He got cost because he looked like Tim Allen. So that was having right here did say, yeah. Yeah. 'cause this is this, this film is one year before Toy Story, as well with T Melania can't be with them with good old buzz light year. Yeah. But he's buddy good though. As young Simba main like any say, so shade simple Simba young in. Yeah. And his voice, and he's great. I always a big fan of. Minutes as well. It was it was it was yet. Yeah. And I love that place. I don't know much about him, personally. But he he he does does really well. So move onto definitely a highlight for me despite the problems with the character Jeremy Irons place sky in this film differently. A highlight that in this film. So he plays. Yes. Fossa younger brother and Simba's uncle who takes the throne this guy's English actors team carry Malcolm McDowell. We're originally considered for the role of scar. Age is working. Tim curry was was might be cost any Ori he tended to end for the Himalayan to New York. Wow. That was a pretty minor all. I'm very memorable. It was a bit touching Gobert where he made the right probably nuts. But I loved him carry. It's the second time I've talked to bed. Yeah, he would have been come on. Jerry me. I mean this guy is just the is the king, so I can definitely pitch a scar with Malcolm McDowell voiced. I just pitch it with this ultra violent. The all out. Yes. So obviously, the, the role was ultimately won by English actor Jeremy Irons irons, initially refused. The role due to not being comfortable going from the dramatic performance in a film cold reversal of fortune. Have you seen this? I actually saw that when I was a kid. Really? Movies, we rented, and I can't really remember it that, well, I I'm I knew Jeremy is well, from a genetic roll like that to a committee, grow like this. But once he came in is performance, even inspired the writers to incorporate more of his acting as von Buhler, even adding one of the characters lines into the film, which is you have no idea, which is not good line taken directly from this. All right. Sorry, the animators was so impressed with Jeremy Irons performance that they worked, I ns facial traits antiques in disguise vices. Well, and I'm like the other line skies, close always play throughout the movie which is a bit of symbolism as well. Yeah. So thoughts, Jeremy Irons Michael is great villain, this, and that was backed up. She's light of I thought. The. He's one of the ultimate villains isn't he? Year off to this. Yeah. He is amazing. This is the this is the golden era like that about that. Yeah. Any, any issues with sky silly voice looked incredible. It's just like it's characters more. Yeah. You. Right. Like the more, I think about skies motivations of really a problem with the script. Yeah. But yeah, he's just a real evil and that's really what it is equally when it's going to be the motivation, something's happened, and I want to know what it is. A prequel one of these direct. Jeremy Irons, I love you. Another film around this time was, was Danny the champion the world..
Klaus Von Bulow, Jeremy Irons And London discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Danish-born, socialites Klaus von Bulow has died in London. Von Bulow was convicted then acquitted of trying to kill his wife sunny to gain her fortune, so he could live with his mistress. The von Bulow saga was made into a movie in which Jeremy Irons starred as the head von Bulow was
"jeremy irons" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"We are very excited next week. We're going to New York City. Yeah. You've got three shows in New York City next week can't wait on late night with Seth Meyers next Wednesday. Don't know who the first guest is. Somebody last time. It was Jeremy Irons. Who is the is not what you think it should be. Okay. The last time. Jeremy Irons was on before me. I don't know who is this one is yet. We'll keep an eye on that. And the next Friday, I will be in New York City as well to tape an episode of the one hundred thousand dollar pyramid number straight was on in the Super Bowl in Houston. Couple of years ago. And he said he would have me on. He's a man of his word. I'm going on. You might be the lead guests on Wednesday. What are you talking about? So I'm on this page. It gives the lineups for all the way night talk shows. Yeah. Wednesday, April third rich Eisen destroy umbrellas an Aaron combs. I think you're the lead guest. We'll find out. We'll find out that'd be fun. I don't I don't know. Oh, Aaron comes might be the musical guests. We'll keep an eye on Camilla. Harrison Henry Winkler on Thursday. Very good. So eight four four two four rich number to dial here on the show. Matt painter was on of the Purdue Boilermakers the head coach taking on Virginia right now. The winners last night out of out of all the winners. I saw two winters in my in front of me. And I I don't I don't think I'm telling you tells out of school that Texas Tech team plays such incredible lights out defense. They are so disciplined all they need to do is just make a handful of their shots, and you get frustrated and you can't get your shot off. And you can't figure out how to run your offense. And you can't get any fast break opportunities, and you look up and you're suddenly down by double digits, and you cannot win for the game against him. You can't win a foot race against him. You can't win a shooting contest with him. I would be very very leery of them if I'm Gonzaga fans. We'll see what happens tonight between Duke and Virginia Tech and LSU and Michigan state is well, whoever comes out of that mosh pit will face either, Gonzaga or Texas Tech. And again, I will be calling in shortly news update over there. Chris brown. Let's do it. Please. And now..
"jeremy irons" Discussed on X96
"That's coming up. That's well that's available. Now as a matter of fact. The geek world is a weird world. Yeah. I mean, it's a world where? If I decide to you fifteen years ago. That the the DC comic book movie that made the most money would be aquaman. You'd punch me. If I told you that if I came from the future. I'm not a damn liar. I probably just would have gone. But there it is an entourage predicted it entourage predicted that so so more than wonder woman now northern wonder woman, it is their most moneymaking. They are surprised to even think that this exactly. So so there we we live in that world now. So I got up this morning. And I see the headline says game of thrones final seasons. We get some footage. And I was you know, I'm like game of thrones shirt. So I was very excited to watch that. And sure enough we get some extra full. It's mostly just a dragon flying around. Yeah. But we do get that crucial shot of. The stir garrison in winter fell or somewhere being introduced and silences. Lonzo winter. Yes. Stark says it's all yours baby. You're now the new Queen of luck with that. And I was excited to see that I had. So I clicked on it. Not only did I get that. I got the watchman TV series that they've been working on a lot of footage quite a lot of footage. I was really quite pleased. It's featuring an all star cast headlined by Regina king. Featuring Jeremy Irons, Jean smarts. The new while watchman TV drama set Davao this year. It is it is a sequel to the comic book more than the movie necessarily. But we got a lot of great footage of all of it. So I encourage you all to go and watch all this footage..
Channing Tatum Is Dating Singer Jessie J: 'It's Very New,' Source Says
"Rate to people magazine yesterday and said there was nothing to break up from it was casual the day after she posted the story of him in the car were she's filming it next to him. And he's looking at elk and they're Yellowstone in Montana. Okay. So his this what they insider his publicist tells people there is nothing to spread from as it has been casual and he enjoyed being with her with her, but he's working on himself and being together with her at this time is not something that we're today he will date in the future. But for now is focuses on sobriety family and his next project. So what happened? Radar. Online calls this China, the twenty two year old and she says, they said, you know, we hear you and Ben have split up and just said that's not accurate. So she's coming in the back door taking her through the alley. You can't post anymore insta-. He's like Shana, maybe his publicist home to say this Shana. You've now got up to the magic Mark of one hundred thousand followers on Instagram. Could make a nice living just doing turf sponsored posts a week twenty g's, exactly. And you're going to have to I'll still see, you know, we can still hang out where you're going to have to hide under a blanket in the back of the station wagon when and pulls in anywhere, right? And you can't post anything more about. Okay. So they're still doing it. But not publicly. Oh, wait a minute. Wait a minute. I thought you said she said that she broke up with him. No, no, no, no. The break-up happened his people yesterday the day after her insist story. The day after talking about like, dude. Okay. You go to your ex wife's house who drove you to rehab who's been taking care of. You you go you get divorced in the next day you're spotted with your twenty two year old. Yeah. Ever had to hide in the carpet. She'll be fine. Maybe I'll get up to two hundred thousand dollars. You know, I don't know. But anyway, so there's still seeing each other. But his not out loud in any public way. Sharon, she's not allowed to use the social media sites to post anything. You can't do that. Then they're going to have a really for. Sure. Heartbreak out. Is quick to also she's in people in next week's people because she's got her show camping funny you guys. So funny. I think it's on HBO. I think spin off of a British show. Remember, the last spin off British show that we are so crazy about the Matt LeBlanc half hour episodes. That was a spin off a remake of a British. And that was one of our faith that is a show to watch and laugh and. In front of Hollywood and Matt LeBlanc plane himself anyway. So she was on with we share with less than oh Kimmel Kimmel. Yes. And she brought over a blueberry crumble. And it was just talked about food and faking it was, you know, nothing about peppermint. It was just about camping and organic farming, and she's just so baby food her baby food, but she's very infectious light fall to light. So of course, you know, no questions asked, but she's back in the dating pool. Poor he's going to date again. She's doing great. She's wanna be single. She's opened a dating. So, you know, the story spins publicists have been busy for three and a half years spinning their images. She's winning. Oh, yeah. I'm not a percent. Yeah. One hundred percent. Yes. What Ben's next what he has. I'll tell you. I think he does have some things in the works. But I mean, if he's filming anything right now, I will tell you. Yeah. All right toes. To find out. Brad, Pitt a source tells tell us he's got stuff happening. He does. Well, let's see he's filming city on hill, which is a TV series. And he's also been. Well, he's executive producer Justice league. Now, that's for twenty nine thousand nine he really has nothing in two thousand eighteen and then Torrance, but all that's film. He's producer producer producer Batman. He's a producer acting such a good for the prosecution, which I'm excited to see that was such a great movie producer on that original. Oh my gosh. That was a great production where you know. I bet all of Ben Affleck get an starring and witness for the prosecution Christie novel. Yeah, I just went into it. He's starring in that I think he's also starring in films now it's twenty nineteen. In Batman it stars. He's not directing it stars. Ben Affleck, Joe manganiello, Jeremy Irons, so that's being filmed next year too. So he's back at it. Two thousand eighteen off. Yeah, I guess. And then Brad Pitt's people have been busy have been insiders to people about that. You know, the gal he was with the other day. That's like a co star on the movie Twenty-three-year-old. Yeah, they're not dating. But they're very close. So they're just call like Ben Affleck and his lady. You know, they're they're not dating. But they're very close. I mean, it's it's such a laughably quaint it is way of. Putting it isn't like somebody can't we can't say her keenum to see that their close. They've seen each other with their clothes off. And she doesn't want to meet the kids. And so everybody's fine with that. You know what I mean? Right. Like why Brad Pitt and Ben Affleck have a lot of baggage. It's best to just be the girlfriend who is the season. Whenever it suits. You early so much baggage Perez who wants to meet the kids and all that crap. I don't think that they're not looking for here. So right. They're not looking for any any of that stuff know, what else do we know? Here's a show. No one asks for but apparently is coming to TV to TNT K. Wait. Wait, wait before you go there. Okay. Our TV commercial. The new Mitag commercial has aired last night during game whatever the last game of the series between the New York Yankees. And the Boston Red Sox. The Boston Red Sox were trolling the Yankees. What were they doing? We'll because the Yankees GM was a big we're the only ones who can really do damage to the Red Sox. And so there were just all these teams and stuff. Damage. So we're getting down to you know, getting down to this. The World Series. Seen it. I haven't seen the new one. We did a couple of things. Yeah. Nobody asks for a a live medical diagnosis show meets the view. Can you hear on everybody just clicking out their remotes? Maybe all the people like to Google their symptoms. This. There's the audience may over like it's going to be on TNT. It's a show where people get their ailments diagnosed by a panel of doctors enthusiastic audience. You