17 Burst results for "Jesse Plemons"

"jesse plemons" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:11 min | 2 months ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on KGO 810

"Right? We couldn't come back earlier because that was singing at the top of her lungs. It took hold No Tim seekers with us, and we're talking about movies. And the reason you're hearing Helen Reddy was because That was another movie that Tim recommended. I am woman. It is a biography of Helen Reddy. OK, Tim, I get to pick one now. Okay? I've just decided. I'm thinking of ending things. You know, I kind of felt that way myself after I watched this one. No, because I really liked being John Malkovich Sweat. Yeah, well, look, Charlie Kaufman is the writer and the director, And he's known for his offbeat off kilter sensibilities, Right, like being John Malkovich and eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. I'm a big fan. He's a scary smart writer. He's a brilliant guy. He's got a very distinctive set of gifts as a writer and lately as a director is late. Jeannie's aways. Absolute no, seriously it pat seriously. When you see this, you will agree with me 100%. It is absolutely impossible to synopsis eyes other than to say that it's about this couple. Played by Jesse Plemons, breaking bad and this Irish actress Jesse Buckley, Okay, who go to visit the man's parents, played by David to listen, the always great Toni Collette, who reside at a farm where the Jesse Plemons character grew up, So he's taking them to me taking her to meet his parents, and the stories basically reacts. The first is the journey there. Which takes place in their car. The second is the visit with the parents. And then the third act is the return trip and all throughout and during all these goings on throughout all these goings on the girl. Who is called several different names in this movie. Don't ask me why. I don't know what her name is mentally questioning whether she should remain in the relationship with this guy or ended, you know, Hence the title. I'm thinking of ending things. And this movie think David Lynch directing the weirdest of Where'd Edward Albee place Just For starters, Thiss movie takes This movie takes the concept of weird to a level I never thought possible. I have no idea what this movie means What it was about other than what I just said its outset and going online to read the synopsis and also the synopsis and the reviews of the book space on a 2016 novel. I know even less about what it means. Now it's heavily symbolic. It plays out in this kind of time warp with references to the Russell Crowe movie, A Beautiful Mind pretentious this film critic Pauline Kale and the Rogers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma. For me, this was a totally inscrutable movie watching experience, one that became more and more up to says it went along. Founded profoundly pretentious and almost painful to watch. It was a total slogs. Despite the great performances, the amazing cinematography, the philosophical observations in the literary musings, its sense of unease and tension and for boating and dread, which pervade nearly every frame. In other words, it's kind of like a critics wet dream, but Frankly, I hated it. I hated it. I I really I have always been the Charlie Kaufman fan. I even defended connected in New York, which everybody hated. But I missed the boat on this one. I would love somebody to call in. I mean, it's been streaming on Netflix for a week now, so I bet some listeners have seen that I would love any one of them to call in and light mean to tell me what I missed because I did not get this movie gets. So we're towards the end there. I'm not giving anything away. But this is just one of the things that just comes out of the blue. There's this animation sequence with this naked janitor who's being sort of like Ah Ah ah! He's not here. He's leading this animated pig who's got maggots out the door of this high school gymnasium. Okay, Uh ah, that's stupid. Well, I mean, the whole movie was like that. It was heavily symbolic. I'm probably going to lose all credibility with my peers here because this is getting rave reviews. I it was It was. Yeah, but you know a lot of things. What was la la Land that that got rave reviews. Sometimes critics don't know what they're talking about. Yeah, well, you know, there was one line in this movie that I wrote down which I suspect was the point of the movie. I have it here. Okay, so it is on ly in the mysterious equations of love that any longer. Tickle reasons can be found. Quote unquote. Okay, interesting point for discussion. But if that's what this movie was about, if that was the point it was trying to convey Then why put a person through this? Parabolic hell, alright, we'll dismiss that one is called. I'm thinking of ending things and don't bother. Because then you may just do yourself in here. Charlie Kaufman completed. You have to see it with your completist completed, you know? Well, I mean, what's that? I hope he's not listening. You know, I'd be interviewed him about, I think five times for most of his films and, ah I think he's going to think I'm like schizophrenic mouth he ever hears. No, because he's inconsistent. So there you go. Well, he was pretty consistent until this movie as faras on anyone. Okay, I picked that one. So there's two more pick one. Ah, let's rent a pal because I would describe this movie is a psychological horror thriller but but also much more. This is the plot. I loved this pot. It involves this lonely, middle aged bachelor. His name is David, and he's living at home caring for his mother, who has dementia, right?.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This. Will people still pay? Can we actually release a movie like this? Because I read somewhere that there are 60. Some million subscribers will fail. You 10% of that. That makes $200 million that I don't have to share that with the theater. No, no, and it covers the budget covers the budget. Well, yeah, this is This is a bit of a gamble for Disney to see if taken structure releases this way, if need be, which is going to upset the cinemas, But it's ultimately away for Disney to deliver the contract content Recluse. Now the the movie itself, I will say this on adaptation of the 1998 animated film move on. They stripped out a lot of the kind of the classic Disney stuff like the music and the songs and the cute Animals like You Don't have Eddie Murphy as the Dragon. It's Dunmore pragmatically like it's a Chinese action movie along the lines of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or a hero with Jack's Got You Netflix thinks it has a winner. And I'm thinking of ending things, which is a Ah horror film. It stars Jesse Plemons, who was just a freakishly scary guy and breaking bad, cold blooded killer. Andi was also the Irishman as well. So he gets a he gets a starring role in this and I'm interested. I want to see this. Yeah, this one is directed by Charlie Kaufman. I don't know if I'd call it a horror movie was bored. Just it's in. I don't know if you can categorize it. And that's what happens with the Charlie Kaufman movie. He did eternal sunshine of the Spotless Mind being John Malkovich. And his. He thinks so far out of the box that you look around. You won't even see the box. That is how bizarre his movies aren't it's about this couple that are going to visit the man's family over the weekend and the girls thinking of ending the relationship. But as they're travelling there, having these sort of Ah self aware conversations and start to experiencing things out of time, almost dreamlike. It's a bizarre movie, and it's weird and it makes you think, but I think it's really cool. I don't think anyone's gonna understand it, but I guess that's kind of the point. Well, I'm looking forward to seeing it because, like I said Plemons, just And some of his supporting roles, I think has been terrific. We'll see how he does in the lead here. Hey, Kevin have a great weekend and hopefully when we talk next time you're going back to theaters and we're talking about the big screen. Let's hope so. There you go. Kevin Carr Fat guys at the movies dot com. All right, let's go back out onto the roadways..

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on 710 WOR

"York on that list. And, of course, Governor Cuomo was very upset about that, in kind of a saint gnome, some threatening things for the president. I mean, Cuomo says. If the president even dares to come to this city, he's gonna have to have an arm. Be to protect him. I know, I think Is that crossing a line Dom, and I think so threatening the president with bodily harm. I think it's illegal to threaten President. You know if the president were to say if Governor Cuomo comes to Washington, D. C. He needs an army to protect them. That would be got CNN MSNBC than your times, They'd be screaming your heart, our governor says if Trump comes to New York City, basically the implications If you come here, Donald Trump, you'll probably be killed. Let's be honest. That's the implication, right? Of course, that's what the governors who good thing to say. Outrageous, absolutely outrageous. But of course, The New York Times will never never be outraged. As long as you say it's Trump was in danger arranged. And, of course, I'm sure. The New York Times I can't wait for their editorial command. Also in the Big Three, By the way, Nancy Pelosi, she went to have her hair cut. Without a mask in a salon in San Francisco, which can't be opened because they're locked down there in California. That's supposed to go to a salon. But Nancy Pelosi was there and I'm sure there'll be a lengthy editorial in The New York Times defending The speaker's decision known to go and have her hair cut because she has to appear on Rachel Maddow show she was set up, Michael, Come on, You know, she was get up non apology tour that Nancy Pelosi's engaging in, you know. I'm not going to apologize. I'm on Lee go to apologize, but I was set up. I was told. I was told I could go have my haircut in the salon. And I was unaware that salons air closed in California because still on lock down, so I was set up. I was set up. Give me a break. Put cameras everywhere to catch my every move. I know That's what I love the salon owner saying, I'm sorry, Nancy Pelosi, but you know what, Always cameras and shot that's just the way things go these days. So unbelievable. Running out the Big three. And the big, sad news of the great Tom Seaver, Tom Terrific. Lead the Mets to victory in the World Series in 1969. Tom Seaver, the great pitcher. The franchise, as we always called him is dead. Sadly, 75 years old Hay has died of complications from Alzheimer's and the Corona virus. We're going to be remembering Tom Seaver throughout the morning, because, well, if you were a Mets fan, there was nothing better than that. 1969 World Series that rag tag team of Kai's who just He didn't seem to be able to get their act together. But man Seaver led them to an upset World Series victory in 1969. So we bid farewell to the great Tom Seaver. All right, let's go over to Nassau County, where Elin Lends out today, by the way, gnomes here and Nassau County where Len lives, and I'm sure he's in his den in his house coach contemplating maybe limbering up to walk to his mailbox to pick up his match with help. I'm sure Well, well, Len Len claims this guy's a trainer, but you know what? He uses an aid. All right there, buddy. Laura Curren, the sock out the executive. We love Laura. I think she should be the next governor of New York State. She is with us on the line. Now, Laura, could you help Len later on today if he wants to walk to his mailbox. You know, we have people who can go in health and he's a constituent. Of course we'll do it in any way that we can constituent services they go. That's right. Alright. So, Laura, you in Nassau County, you seemed have had a pretty good summer. I mean, the covert cases are still pretty low. I think outdoor dining has been going pretty well there, But what are your fears for the for the fall? Outdoor dining has gone beautifully are downtown, everyone finding creative use of space for parking lot, then for sidewalks in front of the restaurant, so that's been a positive. Our infection rates are very low. He had about 10,000 people tested yesterday and a 0.7 tested positive. So that's good news. But of course, as we know, winter is coming, so we do allow in Nassau County Indoor dining, You know, at 50% capacity, we've been doing it safely. So we launched yesterday a campaign to more people from other places to come and dine in NASA find to dine, and that's a Long island so well out of our wonderful downtown's or just a Long Island rail road trip away whether you're coming from Greenwich, Connecticut or Greenwich Village. Right? Well, that's thank you. That's very interesting. Are you getting any any pushback from from De Blasio, the mayor here? I mean, you're essentially because you know, the mayor has yet to figure out how we can have indoor. Donnie's only had about six months to try to figure this one out, but he can't do it. You get any pushback from from him saying Hey, wait a minute. You're trying to take people money out of the pockets of New Yorkers. No push back. I just want people to know that the option is here. And I think you know I'm doing it in a positive way. This is a good thing. This is a good option. We have so many fabulous restaurants. You've got really cute little downtown. In a wide variety of people sometimes think we're just pizza bagels, which I can't say we do very well, but we do a lot more to you. We have a lot of culinary options for people. You're ahead of New York City and that schools. In Nassau County. Some of them anyway, have started to open. What is it? What does it look like for some of these school systems So far, we have 56 independent school district. They all have their own timeline. The bulk of them are opening next week. My kids are going back to school next week, but You know, I'm very confident about getting my kids back to school. I think my district has a great plan. They've been working on it all summer, but we did have an incident that hit the news about a big party at a school district on the North Shore. Where you going? Returning seniors were posting, of course, as they do on social media, You know, no social assistance, no matter where drinking and all of that and that caused some concern, So you know, my plea to everyone is we've done so well. We all have to take some kind of personal responsibility. Even the teenagers among us because we can't I don't want back flight. We've come too far. And too much of that steak. But here's the question, though, Laura, I mean, how can you convince a teenager or you know a college kid? 18 1920? Hey, you know you got a social distance, You gotta wear a mask. I mean, kids are going to be kids, and I actually think there's a divide in this country between older people who are concerned as they should be about the Corona virus and young kids who are like If I get it, I'm going to be fine. It's like the flu. I'll live and I've got to go on with my life. I get that I really do. But then I just think about the businesses that might have to shut down again. The school's the last thing we want is our schools to shut down again. So I just want everyone in teenagers are being their intelligence, right? I mean, maybe we don't. I mean, I was a teenager once not always make the best choices. But I think they understand the difference between doing the right thing and doing the wrong thing. And just take some personal responsibility for your family. And for your community. Laura, wait when we were at the daily news. We weren't teenagers, but I'm not so sure. We always made the best choices back in those days. You know? What do you make of this directive from the.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Fine it was fine your ridiculous ridiculous I mean it's up it's a masterpiece it's not a masterpiece it was fine it changed pop culture forever it was a phenomenon when it was on a I mean it was what I think it's overrated I'm sorry it's tough for a show that and well that is the most difficult I like the ending was appropriate and it was pretty good appropriate but you're saying in the last season they just are killing **** nilly I know they were doing that the holds theories but it just got a little worse okay I know it was good the last season but there are some moments like there were some seasons where I'm like okay I'm just going to muster through this kind of how I felt to kill a mockingbird I was like how many endings can this book half but there were like four places where the book could have ended and then they're like and then you know it's like the and but wait there's more okay okay and I enjoyed it I just didn't love it you give it three you should be three and a half where do you have I really think we should I don't know anyway that's not my beef well now I'm gonna show you might be let's went out okay and I know that a lot of people watch el Comino which is the breaking bad movie which really is just a few more breaking bad episode correct right yeah it's just a continuation of the end see what they did again it ends and then they're like well wait there's more that's not my beef I thought of what might be if there's anybody is Jesse Plemons okay whoa everybody loves Jesse flow.

"jesse plemons" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. At a castle in Sweden peace. Talks are underway. Yemen's who the rebels are meeting. The government that they chased out of the nation's capital in two thousand fifteen after the who took over Saudi Arabia and its allies opened up a punishing air and ground assault against the rebels that war has intensified ever since leaving thousands of people dead and half the country half of Yemen on the verge of famine expectations for these talks are low, but these talks are seen as a start. And let's bring it NPR's Ruth Sherlock who has been to Yemen to cover this conflict. She's following these talks from Beirut, either Ruth. Hello. I mean, this humanitarian crisis is thinkable how realistic is it that these talks could lead to something. Well, at the moment, this is all about building confidence and setting the stage for big negotiations to take place next year. So what they're trying to do. Here is focused. On addressing the humanitarian situation, the U N Martyn Griffiths Griffiths is going to try to kind of try to secure a ceasefire on the port of data. This is a vital humanitarian lifeline in Yemen. That has seventy percent of imports coming through here. But remember these sides, the fighting is so rancourous now that the two sides have come to Sweden on even going to meet face to face the UN's going to shuttle between them so even achieving any like small successes like this would be a huge deal. Interesting question here. Because a lot of observers have said this has been a terrible. I mean humanitarian crisis for all this time in the world hasn't paid attention. It seems like the world is paying more attention now because of the spotlight on the Saudis all the outrage over the killing of the Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi could that change the dynamic here somehow, well, it seems to have motivated more members of the US congress to try to cut US supports to the Saudi coalition in the conflict. The US has provided logistical support the Saudis and provides them with the weaponry with which they fight I asked Peter Soulsby Yemen consultant with the Crisis Group about how he sees the Trump administration dealing with will this cynic might argue. The Trump administration has been doing its best signal. Good intentions, but really been trying to ward off congressional action and by peo- for themselves on the Saudis so in the weeks after the Khashoggi killing the administration seemed to signal support for ceasefire in Yemen and an end to the husky. Realties but cells beside said, they will say quietly opposed a draft UN resolution to do that. And they've made clear that despite the changing international opinion, they continue to support their Saudi allies they blame Saudis regional rival Iran which gives some support to the who in Yemen for the ongoing war, and what's the latest from the ground right now. It's terrible. Many have been killed in the fighting. And they've been notorious incidents of civilians killed in in Saudi the Saudi bombing campaign. But the problem is a humanitarian and new U N report expected to be published today, we'll have detailed figures on how tens of thousands of people are now starving and thousands thousands of already died of starvation. So the thing that really hits home here is that this near famine in the twenty first century is manmade and a direct result of this war. All right NPR's with Sherlock in Beirut, route thanks so much. Thank you very much now to Indiana where the religious right has been a powerful political force. It's a deep red state with no Democrats elected to statewide offices, but some left leaning religious groups are trying to change that by leveraging political power of their own Indiana public. Broadcasting's Lauren Chapman reports vice President Mike Pence often describes his religious conservative views as who's your values and a consistent narrative in a state that with the exception of two thousand eight has voted for Republican presidents since nineteen eighty now of her interfaith movement is trying to challenge that foothold a group including Muslims, Jews and Christians is organizing and minority communities on issues like immigration, universal healthcare criminal Justice reform and early childhood education. The ground game is very important specifically if you want to really reach out to those. Those on the margins. That's the group's Nicole Barnes. She says they're offering a new call to action for religious voters. We wanted to be sure that as trusted moral messengers that we were able to lift up a counter narrative to what was said and lifting up the good of people burns argues that many religious voters here, don't always align with Republican positions. Reverend Alvin herring heads the national group faith in action. He notes his group's recent success in Florida which passed a ballot initiative to restore voting rights to people with felony convictions. One could certainly a asserts that a more conservative voices have have been given more sway. But we're here to say that there are other people of faith, but other ideas about how to build community that are working every day to impact the country in changer entry the group faith in Indiana targeted five races in the general election with the Embiid goal. Of ending the Republican supermajority and the state house. It came close three of those five races flipped and Indiana's house is now only one seat shy of ending a six-year supermajority Hiba Alemi leads the Indiana, Muslim advocacy network and partnered with faith in Indiana on a Muslim two Muslim get out the vote campaign as an organization we decided we would not accept but a fully inclusive hate crime legislation. Indiana is one of five states lacking a hate crime law. It's something religious conservative groups have lobbied against again, this stems from our faith values again social Justice faith in Indiana's president, Shannon. Mcvayn Brown is an episcopal priest who pushes back against those who say faith leaders should not engage in politics for some people. They think oh, it's you know, we're not supposed to be getting involved in politics, and I can speak as a Christian. I know that Jesus was a lot of the things that he did had to do with politics. The group's goals for twenty twenty are pretty lofty it wants to not only break, Indiana supermajority, but elect a progressive majority, no easy feat in a state where Democrats having controlled the Senate for more than forty.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"You know it's been really encouraging to watch her become a mother and to see how kind of it's obviously not easy but there's a lot of it that that seems to be common sense you know and like i was saying they are a reflection of yourself so seems like it's inevitable to do some self reflection they're in a i it's changed her as a person in on for the better um so i we definitely have friends that we trust that where we can call on that aren't just judging everything well as were sort of winding down with windows game might come out do you new third 23rd yeah yeah enda and john daly was one of the directors on their from freaks and gigs is great i now oh my god yet the cast is amazing it's you and jason bateman enrichment atoms and kyle chandler channel which you you didn't you had a little bit of interaction with him of the movie in in the movie ah of he looked at me a few times a settler was that just a complete coincidence egos both into the yeah that was that was the directors idea and we have one i heard about the choice for him to play payments brother zack that that's perfect yet the really works yes so that comes of a regime third in then is there anything else you want applaud or promoter or anything others when i wish i could but i can't yet.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"And you also have to hold herself more accountable to because they you know i my my house in austin i live with my best friends in her fiveyearold so i've had some practice know at least being the uncle uh just watching heard developed and she's such a great kid um but it is they are reflections of you in the end so if you're on the phone today why is it surprising that the they're drawn to it you know yeah um but yeah it is it is something that obviously thought about yeah you figure it out as you go along agha's i guess i mean i know that people have always done that and there but you know that that under no matter what circumstances humans do thrive and people do figure it out but but it does seem it does seem like now more than ever of you know of course in the old days like hey don't go into the woods there's wolves you know and then now but just like now there's all these psychological wolves like how do you how do you protect within let them take risks and grow but not sheltered them too much but then children have enough and i honestly don't not yet but we're we've been married about a year and a half so were meanwhile we're not too far away from making a human i think that that is the scariest part and it's all scared the idea of course of course are you a strategy person do you stress a ladder you pretty good at being com.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Um so yeah i i i went through different phases with with daily were i thought year he has it coming term but then by the end i don't i don't i don't know how to feel yeah i mean he is basically in an eternal prison a year he's just needed the talk to some the he needed a shrank obviously was he obviously was taken advantage of and pushed around in didn't really wasn't really able to kind of speak up for himself in life and maybe held down for a lot of reasons and angry just just just like a on the verge of exploding with with anger which is something that i think a lot of people deal with and and try and keep at bay well also in sort of the ethical questions like well you know these characters he created they're not really real he's created this sort of virtual world however and that i never thought of it that way but you're right that is black mirror you you don't know how you're supposed to feel at the end of each episode early o get or no i don't know in that that is that is especially in in that episode because he he should get some punishment yeah but maybe maybe not that maybe not that punishment like that's a pretty permanent that's a bit his efficient for any permanent that's pretty permanent yeah yeah and i think we need to see i would hope that black mirror at some point would go can we're going to go back in leg show some kotas to some of these stories and find out like is that really it or what happens to him i mean it's the fact that they i mean the it is a connected universe stepasin but they don't always they don't really acknowledged always that there's some sort of thing it's just like well this is just kind of a you know i still watch twilight zone pretty almost every night when i'm trying to fall asleep all put a twilight zone on and there's nothing that's connected about those about any of those stories really they're just said these are sort of individuals but black mirror charlie is definitely suggested book this is all of us.

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Well i always even though some of the characters that you play are i mean they're you know their motivations are not great to always maybe a little selfish in some cases but there's always a humanity like even with the callister episode a black mirror like you you really empathized app to us at a certain point obviously you're like okay this guys way off defend as as it starts get creeper and creepy your but but there is a real you know it again it's it's just not playing a character like this character is bad it's like you know finding the humanity in these guys in and making people understand like you know people are complex no one's really all all bad or all good that episode i found really interesting because like a lot of black mira pso's you don't really know how to feel at the end but with him i don't know there's a there's a part of me that thinks will so what changes in the office in oh i mean well daily still hooked up to the game but right um um he is of some one one of the crew members came up to me at the rap party when we finished in and said i was bullied in school and this means so much to me so there is that to your you know unlike i was saying that people don't just just pop up in all of a sudden there sinister and evil in there that's the progression um.

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"To peace somebody you wanted to be something here i think so yeah and i i've thought about you know how it and it's interesting the first half of the season that i came in on i forget it feels five or six um i mean i was totally in the dark because i was a just a recurring character and so i was getting the scripts a few days in advance and i got there and you know marathon the entire uh show on was meeting brand cranston an aaron paul point in the thick of watching it and other than the auditions seen which was a military setting and the first episode i had no idea who the guy was none whatsoever and i would corner the all the riders and tryon pump them for information and they wouldn't give me anything but they looked at me as if i were todd so if it was a really the first half of the season i mainly follow i i don't know what i'm doing link vents gilligan gave me a few sentences of direction before i had to shoot the kid on a dirtbike but that was it and then um when uncle jack came man i it started to become a little bit more fun just there was just more up kind of hold onto but i always kind of envisioned todd's childhood a little bit like remember the atm episode the with the little kill yeah yeah yeah i think.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"You know after friday night lights lose uh sort of a shock to all of a sudden i find myself back in the real world because that shows just an anomaly especially for network show the amount of freedom that they gave us how much fun it was site from season to in the network tried to sort of amp up the drama sure um analogy but i think michael's saying i there is a little bit of luck involved because in my best auditions were the ones that i was excited about because because you know didn't feel like work to get excited about it yeah and i went out dejan for breaking bad it had been months and months since i had gone on addition than i really cared about and the scene i hadn't even seen the show but the scene was so interesting and it was a dummy seen something i wrote just for the audition and i didn't even care to say thank god i after the audition it was fun and then he got the call that i got it was on a plan the character's name was paul at the time or in the audition and service on the plane reading the script looking for paul an noone told me very eventually figure it out i guess i'm tired well that trump particular was so good at at exploring the depth of characters and also playing with the notion of whatever you think you can judge about what this character looks like is not at all who they are in that was so much his kick 'cause you know his his sole was really creepy they could have just cast a creepy looking dude and then lake but been really on the knows about it but the cast like you at this really kind of sweet all american face and then and again as your peeling back the lairs look this is a heavily damaged actual and you'll know just like with the fucking ringtone note libya's ringtone like all noticed layers when you started unpacking todd he's a fascinating we complex character what do you think was his d at what was his goal like what did he ultimately want.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Gucci okay that those are good those are good recommendations austin is becoming again it's i think i must have performed like five festivals one year that had like comedy stages in it there is a festival almost every weekend i mean do you see if if the austin bubble going to bursting point or do you still feel like austin is in a rapid growth phase at some point it's it's gonna love allowed i would hope but yeah i mean right now you look downtown in there probably eight or nine cranes a at once but even with the growth there are still the areas that have the same shorter sharma as when i first moved out there so you can still you can still find it um but i hope eventually at levels out rotella slightly embarrassing story which which i apologize for not for me i mean it might be embarrassing to you but it was amazing moment have you ever been to as i've met you adnan snl as my first time i was my first time to of like actually going into watching the show and it was insane did it exceed your expectations yeah yeah i i want to go back so when we were there they let us kinda walk out on the floor and watch the monologue which is it's just crazy to see it from that vantage point it's a that places a living museum that studio and steven spielberg was there and over like oh my god steven spielberg's here they are like high stephen and you guys fucking knew each other of course because he worked together before but what does it think look little texas chess gullikson.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Yet great music on levin do you think you're going to raise your kids in primarily in texas or are you gonna keep him away from la as much as possible or bonian there's no way to to completely keep them away from la i mean what we've got a little bit of time to figure that out but we're we're thinking austin gm so i'm not sure yet but that's that's what we're thinking do you have a good everyone has a different answer but barbecue people dyke franklin that fucking barbecue truck but his there like what is the definitive austin barbecue experience i think for the full even beyond full austin experience the full text barbecue experiences the big salt lake all salt lake yet yeah which is just like an amusement parts of barbecue enormous a great yeah but there's there's a ton there and i actually surprisingly enough some of the best sushi i've ever had him really live in austin this place itchy and they have a place called chico but it's a like last meal worthy it's ridiculously good so next time go to cheated it's funny of play the people that way go well not going to get sushi in texas there's not even close to echo get don't none of the sushi nla comes from the ocean right here you know that right it in none of it comes from here i don't would need anything that came out of this fucking wandering deer.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"At a lot of focus this guy game night has a lot of five to see you play a lot of characters that are very focused do you feel like a focused human being i am i can be one i wanna i want to be or need to be i mean i know our part of what i love most about acting as is the preparation process because you know it's just still amazes me thank you wake up and find yourself you know for black mirror obsessing about william shatner car thank you he was very focused a he was the big screen linnea it was just yeah year i enjoy getting lost than to uh wherever the part takes me in and all that i mean i'm sure i'm positive you've talked about this before but i mean how much schattner preparation did you do for us as callister i thought it at first and then we got there a couple of weeks before he started shooting and went to the script reading it became obvious that there was no way to not pay some tribute to schattner um and so the few weeks leading up to foment yeah it was just every night watching i'm now i watched pretty much everything in in two weeks and end found that i really enjoyed it which i was surprised by 'cause i have some none of aversion or had some aversion to sifi oh you did i just i didn't grow up with it and i you know i enjoyed star wars in you know the big ones but never really got into it um i watched westerns as a key as a kids so it was just not something i sought out but um i have to say i really they got something there with that they are thrash well i mean the either some of them are widening surgery is really like us for like a military show in a adds but but there are westerns like if you watch firefly that's a sifi space western areas are by and there's only if.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Leave it leave it open doesn't need to say anything the too soon suit if done enough as as he not you know he he tried real hard he tried real can't say he didn't try there was a certain logic to him but the packing of todd was so interesting because he just seemed like it's just like the sweet kid and then you start getting mortar like always kind of a serial key almost a serial killer oh he's almost two whites he's kind of a white supremacist my god block by the end of it is just like of a kind of a monster murderous opie but in the moon i think it will be became murderous them i just had a way that kid did not go up to be a murderer yeah and his father was a cop that's true he knew how the law worked there was no mum picture uh there's the there's the movie right there if we're talking about reboot a yeah let's do that every bit's the eddie griffith movie how much press or you're doing right now i just just had two days of press junket and then i think this is it till the premier so it's not too bad when's the premier 22nd so nice pretty soon yeah do you like this part of it or is this the part where we'll have to talk about this stuff i didn't wanna make things this is okay i don't mind this i met i mentioned when we hung out the os i was excited about this.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"No it's not getting enough but we did have a chip exposed brain in the dining room yeah don't worry about its i'm always kind of worried if you will see the taxidermy they're like what the fuck are you we just like old weird things what part of town a un we're until local a cow that's great oh yeah it's great it's a great would have been very close but we just came from the yahu facebook complex overnight i was very far away this reform light a driver to monitor here are rivarly who has it all like playa vista oh they're out there with the youtube spaces i guess yeah that's all that south by lm you news silicon valley up there it is yeah youtube built their studio out there because i think they it was a bunch of people who didn't really erased northern california people really cool playa vista i mean it's only like ten mile oh boy but it's getting there is sort of like that last seen in shawshank where he's like crawling through the sewage it there's just no easy way to get there's an hour fifteen no matter how you look at it out we got we watch game later that day might last night it was putting great it yes your graded thanks man that was sort of odd thank you we we've already started recording by okay so this there's no it's a soft entry in a lights at into this thing but i was actually going to i'm glad you're doing this was an act we hung out new york a couple of months ago i got jesse we really great on the podcast and then your name came up perfect yeah well i'm glad thanks for doing it in we never got you on talking bad we never got it we never got to talk breaking bread with you now some something about todd i think that's for the best.

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"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jesse plemons" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"From the posting of this episode tomorrow so go see it go to a theater have an irl experience with a movie instead of just watching stuff in your home the did take the time go park be a community i see these things because i'm trying to learn to do that more to katie it's important worrying during earnings go outside getting the elements i know what's called a lot of places were here here's more like my held up his on on a sin and traffic in our tents are like i don't wanna drive there but then you get there you're like oh this was worth it yeah it's worth it it's worth it wants to go so please please please go see game night justice grated at it this episode is brought to you by linked in a business is only as strong as its people every higher matters are doing a business trust me so don't settle for posting and hoping the right person is going to find your role and apply you posted job boards and you hope you're gonna find the right person for your job but how often do you actually check job boards for those people it's very occasional thing but with linked in people go their daily to grow professionally explore job opportunities seventy percent of the united states works force is on linked in i'm sure you obviously you've heard of linked dan i would assume you heard of it you can ask any the hundreds of thousands of businesses who posted linked in jobs over the past year how they have had their experiences with it and because linked in consider skills location experiences and more they're gonna match and promote your job to deliver the best candidates match.

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