17 Burst results for "Jimmy Bell"
"jimmy bell" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"This year. Well it's march first and feels like the march toward the. The serious racing really picked up a lot of steam this weekend. Andy as always appreciate the opportunity to flesh this kind of thing out. Good to talk to you. Steve always buyer everybody and buyer associates. Wanted to make sure he understood what went into that figure because the the raw number the preliminary came back You know very low but then You know with with adjustment and you know adding in the variant makes makes perfect sense and yeah. That was a question. Andy mentioned it certainly makes it easier for figure. Makers if there's more than one race on a card at the configuration at the distance i mean another mile and a sixteenth race might have been nice would have helped. I mean there was mostly one turn everything else. Was you know one. Turn dirt racing including the allowances and the the other stake maiden race and you know the maiden phillies that started the day. that nice george. Weaver had a nice winter to start the day that passed the champagne. This randy hill and black type and rock ridge racing and black ridge racing a flatter philly and with johnny one at four to five and came back with a with a ninety with an eighty five buyer There was the maiden winner of saffy. Joseph's that's headed to the florida derby That was also pretty impressive. And that one was collaborate. This is another into mischief. Yet and collaborate was the fifth yet fifth race and breaks the maiden off by. Doesn't if you didn't see it out of the nice quiet temper Which i'm not mistaken. Was dale almost positive. That was dale. Romans and so collaborate second start for three chimneys and bob edwards the rest. Yeah there was the attachment rate and allowance win that that was another hit for a terrific by By scully that was another of scully's hits for the weekend. Yeah everything else. There was the gulfstream mile that was fearless in the so there was nothing else to compare. You know the mile is sixteen racist to makes it a little the not not. That racing offices need to schedule their their cards based on the needs of figure makers but it it helps. Let's do this. Let's take the break and come back and visit with jimmy bell. Talk about all the success. Godolphin had on saturday. Three graded stakes wins. They've.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"I i do think they're doing a sort of if they're not tanking their indefinitely neighborhood of tanking what's the point of giving them giving up a second round pick to then pay a guy who's like a pretty good pass rusher if you're considered arguably the worst roster in the n._f._l. Yeah it doesn't make a lot of sense. I know there's that greer connection thing which seems a real the stretch like a guy that used to be with texans. Is bobby still witham bob iger yeah <hes>. I don't know i mean krista so i mean by proxy not right so. I don't know there was some stuff that i was reading about it. I was like i mean like in that case like the rams phillips like i don't. I don't oh having worked with texans is not isn't does not guarantee. You're gonna wanna trade for cloudy but also doesn't mean if you haven't if you weren't with texans last week it also so means. It's very likely that you don't know what you're getting and would clowney. I'm not saying it's like a spurs transaction. Rigo the spurs. I want our player like we probably shouldn't do. Trade then where i would be afraid of the texans not wanting to pay cloudy because of injury history and then it's like hey you won the county trade like oh wait a minute. What did you just straight me right now. I think the fact that you can't negotiate a long term deal with them as quite strange like that. That's that's a widened the texans if they were going to train them. Why didn't they do this six months ago when they the team that got him could've could've given up more because they knew they could sign. I'm to a five year deal. What what is the point of waiting till after the tender deadline yeah. This doesn't make any sense by the way bob hope airport. You're right. That's the code is b. U. r. for i've never done it. People here swear by it. There's no way i would do it because i'm down at the beach so elliott l. experts at thirty minutes plus. You always see like a interesting celebrity there. We're bob hope at old. Oh yeah actually got eager to get you know people. You just don't don't see every day so jimmy bell in the security line couple days ago can weeks ago. That's incredible. I mean real c._n._c. Jamie bell the idea. I hear earned i'm come on. I think we're done here. I mean we could we could we could pivot to now turn no. We're good all right. We'll talk to you soon. That'll do it for dual threat so it'll be the same fee just subscribe and make sure you're subscribed and you'll be ready to go with the russillo show podcast <hes> starting up here full-time the ringer to next week and then three week throughout the football season. Thanks a lot and thanks for your support making this possible to <hes> be able to stay a little longer so thank you uh-huh..
"jimmy bell" Discussed on Championship Drive
"Easier easier the'll right deal for Purdue Brom to win the big ten which has Ohio State Michigan northwestern. Now have those teams run for their money or to go into the ACC in which it's pretty much Clemson and nobody else right now. That's the big question. You can follow him on Twitter at been hard sock myself at Peter burns ESPN. Did you you had one other one right one? Can we can we get into this? I didn't want to bring it up. I don't think we're going to have to go ahead. I want to throw I want you to throw yourself. I had one bonus dumpster fire. Listen radio at professional level it has its quirks. And I'm a football guy played in the NFL college at Ohio State, that's kind of my wheelhouse. But we talked all sports where the, you know, the worldwide leader in sports Jimmy Butler was traded to the seventy Sixers, and I all of my notes did a lot of preparation to make sure I knew the details of the trade, and what was going on. Problem is I wrote down the starting five for the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers and earlier I'd made a point is Jimmy Butler similar to lay on bell. Because they're kind of the squeaky wheels getting the grease and I wrote down for the starting five for the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers being Jimmy bell. And I said over audio. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Get set it Mike. Okay, Hey audio. audio. Let's. Let's. Look at the starting five they've got now with with Joe Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, Jimmy, bell, JJ, Graddick and more careful. That's a pretty top to bottom starting putting Jimmy Jimmy bell in there. Match you to back to the well, no, listen, I will condemn you jokers because you kept let me say it over and over because then all of a sudden I thought I'm like man whose jiffy fill the loop here NBA like this is this Jimmy bell a guy that I've never heard of that. How did I miss this guy? That's on the seventy Sixers rolled in the control room heard it the first time, and we go kind of looked at each other. And we're like, oh, he spoke. It happens. You guys are three hours. You misspoke. But then he did it again. And then he did it again. And we're like thinks it's Jimmy bell. I haven't written down right here in front of me. And I keep looking at it look at the starting five, I'm making my point. It's I'm excited about my take about how they're going to compete against the Celtics. They're going to make the east more interesting with this guy. Jimmy, Bill fate listen. And then the rest of that segment was an absolute dumpster fire for the rest of us. You know, what you're still better than what? Louisville had is right. Put it that way, by the way. Chris purchase in here on Twitter. He says guys we have a new president a new AD. Chris Mack is legit in between is a dumpster fire. But guess what remember we had Johnny United. So we had a Heisman just had a Heisman Trophy winner two years ago and a couple of games. So guess what Louisville can do it and they need a little bit new leadership? And they have that he has been hard Sakai Peter burns what we learned this week. And what's the one thing that's already keeping me up at night going into next week? We'll discuss that next. This is the best week ever the best week ever back best week ever ESPN radio. Peter Barnes been hard socked this show is always presented by progressive insurance and all guests appear via the shell Pennzoil performance line. Probably save the best for last..
"jimmy bell" Discussed on Championship Drive
"Into are always presented by progressive insurance. But this is monster because not only are we talking to America right now. But the man the myth the legend, Tim or heart sock is rolling in studio. Let's get random applause there for Tim Hart sock. Been everybody has a studio audience in his own office. So let me get this straight. Your dad is in your actual studio in your house than watching you do radio, but yet cannot actually hear the show. So he just looking at you talk into a microphone he's walking around my office right now. And he's looking at I have all my offices were have my football career paraphernalia on perk up right there like realize we're talking about him on the play. Guys cut from. Yeah. Yeah. He's he's I can reach out and touch him right now. He's decided to take a seat right next to me. Yeah. And what's funny is my parents are visiting from Ohio I live in Georgia. And so my mom is listening in the kitchen. And so there's all kinds of moving parts happening right now on national highway lovely MRs heart sock. Miss doing MRs heart sock is here. She's in the house. Said that listen, you don't know the history between doing our listeners and mama heart sock. It's. I was gonna play the cougar sound bite. But I'm not going to do that. I would be unfair to you. And everybody this morning. All right. All right. Let's get. I'm have you family or they're? Yeah. That's right. We're having right eight we gotta be honest with you, gotta be honest with you. My wife has called in once we might have to have mama heart sock in on this radio program a little bit eight seven to nine three seven seven six heart sock. She could go straight off the Mike. I could just give up the house phone. Here's here's the deal. She probably wouldn't tell me that Jimmy bell got traded in place for the.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"See the Boston Celtics with the crow paid Jalen Brown. Urban. This is what I thought about this is basketball baby Jimmy membre, Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers dog dog in the house Joe. Well, Ben Simmons know play you think he called out. Call Anthony towns in wig, wait till what he does. What y'all if you don't show up? You're gotta show. I'll see y'all Philly very very soon. All right. It's time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best falls best networks. No contract. Ben heart suck. I can't. Even do the Stephen. I'm trying to imagine. If Steven was your was your mailman, and he just casually. Got a packet. You got a package heart sock. I'm telling you. It was postage already. It was early. It was. Out here working. Tell you what I do. I hate. I'm not gonna go Stephen a Smith. I'm Peter burns. I can't do that. He has been hard suck. This is the best week ever. But again, I hate that. I love this trade. This is everything that I hate about being a sports fan bin because this is a situation in which gyp Jimmy Butler has acted like an absolute idiot in Minnesota. In the way that he's acted the entire time. And guess what he gets what he wants in. It makes the seventy Sixers better, and it ends up making NBA even more interesting of the drama that it is. I hate that. I love this straight. It's the squeaky wheel gets degrees. And it's and it's problematic. I watched over the course of my my football career, you watch it all the time. The the guy that just goes to work and quietly produces never gets the contract that that diva gets and the post office worker that does our mail. We all to sit there and go. Well, listen, you're complaining we need to get it done. You're really good. You always deliver are male. But however, that's that's not the guy that we're going to remember. But the thing that I do remember is the greatest players the the guys that you would consider like almost kind of like that savant level skill with whatever trait. They had whether it be an offensive lineman or wide receiver usually they're wide receiver skill position type players they. They have their ornery. There's something to the species of being the best of the best of the best that you end up being an ode L Beckham type of oddity, you get to be Jimmy Butler type of oddity that these guys Peyton Manning's and Tom Brady's that are like an and drew Brees is these well-adjusted Cevantes are few and far between. So I get what you're saying. It it is it is what what message are we sending to the concept of team. Right. That listen, you go and call out your team and you play so badly, and you are so dysfunctional in that timber wolves locker room that they can't they can't do anything other than Terry you to a contender in the east that now you're kind of the keystone that has totally changed. The Vegas lines are changing as we speak now that Jimmy buckets has gone to the seventy Sixers seventy Sixers are trading forwards Robert Covington in Dario socket and jeered Bela's in a twenty twenty two second round pick for Butler. And forward Justin patents. Don't you? Like, the don't you? Like the fact that like as I read about this last night. I it was Jimmy Butler. It wasn't until I started doing my research this morning. There was another Justin Paton there is a whole nother guy. Don't you do do you want to be the other guy in the trade that nobody's talking about? Like. Oh, yeah. Justin hat and got right. There's thirteen people that care. The Justin patent traded are related to Justin Paton. The other two is probably his lawyer and his real estate. Win the Butler trade come through. You. Look there's Dario Covington Bela's and a second round pick four guys last night. I was like, wow. Wow. Four four four transactions for for Butler. But oh, wait Justin patent was a part of it too. So should just be calling it the Justin patent trade. It'd be like, oh, by the way, the seventy Sixers also guy Butler in the whole deal. The thing is listen. It does make the east more interesting. Right. That is straight talk seriously. Because now it I never felt as good as Boston was. I never felt like they were team that could contend with the warriors and the other side. And that's as simple as it is, right. Even Toronto with Kawhi in the trade with the Spurs or in him going there. I never felt like this team was there even with the Greek frequency on us going in Milwaukee. I never felt like this is a team that could compete with the warriors the seventy Sixers or that fun team. Embiid. He has decided Simmons can stretch the four little bit. And you get hell he could run point if he wants to and now Butler been able to put up the. The points. He's gotten better and better every single year. But the thing that I like about it is that they play he plays defense. And guess what he has that little chip on the shoulder mentality that I think you almost have to have if you're going to try to make a run to the Golden State Warriors later in the season. But is he too abrasive? That's the thing is is if I'm walking in there. If I'm in that locker room, and he comes in, you know, his reputation precedes him. And it's and it's unique in basketball. It's just kind of like, yeah. This is what I am. I'm good enough that I can be whatever I wanna be. I don't have to step back or or or tone down who I am. Because my talent is so good certain teams need that. Right. Certainly the. That's right. That's a dangerous game. Steve Smith was a team mate of mine. He was the wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers light. He was one of those guys. I am who I am you deal with it or not? And he was so good that we dealt with it. But once it became a problem when Cam Newton came in guess what? The Carolina Panthers ended up releasing him. And he goes to play for the Baltimore Ravens. So there is a limit to the ordinariness that you will the teams will allow obviously he's got full reign right now because he's coming in fresh. He's know. Greatest of all time list. It was Michael Jordan not seeing the Jimmy Jimmy Butler is Michael Jordan. But Michael Jordan was one of those guys that wanted to rip your face off in practice. It would hold you accountable every single day. And I almost feel like Embiid scuttled like the fun goofy guy on Twitter. Ben Simmons is sitting there data Kardashian on and off like needed some guy to be like. All right. This is it. This is my now radicals that guy JJ Redick was that guy. Like, he was the guy like a straighten that boys like, you know, I got sleep. Listen, JJ Ruddock's, the gang leader of of my posse. Okay. Does he work in red dead, redemption, which is a video game? So I can't I can't be like, oh, man. JJ rettig. I tell you what when JJ Redick talks people. Listen, he's not e f Hutton of NBA basketball. Okay. Yeah. But you look at the starting five they've got now with Joe Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, Jimmy bell, JJ Radic and Markelle full. That's a pretty top to bottom starting five. Listen, everybody's chasing, Golden State, and it doesn't match up to that. But you look at what else is out there. I mean, Boston is the other team in the east. You got that putting Jimmy Jimmy bell in their matches them up. Well with that Boston just ask who Jimmy bell. Please. Talking about Butler Jimmy Butler. Why do I keep saying I wrote that you were taking Raja bell? Two thousand three I've got all these notes. I wrote down bell. Listen, if if if the if the seventy Sixers. If they get it. Hold on. I don't know. What is this segment? Your Stephen A or his Jimmy bell Jimmy bell coming up. Coming up in twenty minutes. And by the way, we will get her one eight hundred flowers coming up at nine. How is that twenty minutes? We go to break guessing. Straight talk wireless. Hey, when I first came on I called I called let's see here. Aaron judge who plays for the Yankees. I kept calling him. Mike judge who think Mike you said is a writer for the Simpsons, right? No. You just need to stop talking. I don't think you've been right yet greatest dumpster fire the week ever. Heart sock. Thirty segment. Talk wireless, nationwide coverage of America's largest and most dependable four G L T networks while we tried to trade for Jimmy belly. Or on the show. We will get into our best best of the weekend and talk a little NFL with Levy on bell. Big news coming up, we'll discuss that as well too. He has been hard sock. 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"jimmy bell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I mean the films the i don't blame little surprised me big day because that so out of the blue again why do you nominated director when you don't nominate them for the picture or for these screenplay and i did like 'cause i taya is urging play yeah i know it does it's weird yet out it doesn't daniel kalou i he did get nominated for best actor forget out yes anywhere he was nominated for as well and this movie as an open yet i know it's a port because of zimbabweans and noble and a side film stars don't die in liverpool it's a true story yeah true actress annette bening and jimmy bell so i don't know but i i think in the best supporting you graham with paddington that means that you know armie hammer or mark rylance 'cause dunkirk was grain via that is not getting it didn't get any love it all at the golden globes it was nominated that no at now you've got nothing all right we'll see um no it's really the three rd envist screenplays are so different than the nominee yes nominated films which are different than the directors here it's like do they want to live i don't understand why women gets overlooked in the direct to any cause relieves only seven percent of the direct weather rondo woman was phenomena yes it was a phenomenal movie it was phenomenal success story the way they told the story was readers of the lost ark it was like spielberg good made so i might add money i mean that was a great movie big fears this is to stu fought that they they tend to look down there knows that superhero they do but again it she did something different than other people have done it wasn't like there was another super him lai it had a fee links yet and it had a love story yes that connected with women and men man but it had like to add something different in the sense of humor in high went with two a a nineteen year old in a twenty one right and they were crazy for it yeah i don't understand this is really i'll be curious what happens at the askar's when we see those nominee arms because if they don't i.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Tori about money and what it does to people what it means to people what it can and cannot do i really like this film and if you're a ridley scott fan you followed him through his films this one going to draw un it's it's not the ridley scott the remember this is not blade runner alien ridley scott this is more thelma and louise matchstick amendment lee scott you forget how great he can be with actors and everyone in this movie is just phenomenal michelle williams is so good in this movie i see a lot of oscar potential for this one and river also out today i think is film stars don't die in liverpool starring annette benning this is a historical peace yet another true story um she plays gloria graham uh people might remember her from the 40s screen siren at the time oscar winner this takes place later in her life when she falls in love with a much much younger man hey you next to guy makes you the girl next hey have you seen the movie saturday night fever uh yeah in actually ah so three times oh see like discodancing august like drunk stenson oh so if i make you a drink has come into my room and hustle with me and that betting and jamie belder yet jimmy bell plays peter turner in this is based on his memoir of this uh brief us somewhat tumultuous relationship he had with gloria graham you know he was a young actor himself at the time and she was this legendary screen star but again she was in the 40s and as you hear their that sets in the '70s great performance by annette benning that is really the reason to see this movie i wish i wish you could see what she looks like uh from that clip she looks amazing she's really very vulnerable and really great as this screen star whose you know entered this late period in their life and is found this odd romance with this younger man it's a really affecting story in the movie i think is really solid but really it's annette benning that you're going to see a bunch of new films out this week people are off during the holidays they flock to the movies refer this makes you the busiest guy in america help and everybody out.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on Little Gold Men
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"jimmy bell" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"This week's episode of little goldman is brought to you by zola to sign up with zola and receive a fifty dollar credit towards your registry go to seoul a dot com slash gold men that's z o l a dot com slash gold men for a fifty dollar credit towards your registry and little gold man is brought to you by triple visor no better a book better go better visit trip adviser dot com slash goldman and use code trip tend to save ten percent on tours and activities hello and welcome to little gold men the awards isn't podcast from vanity fair and panoply i'm katie rich the deputy editor of vanity fair dot com and i'm here to introduce the special holiday episode of the show with our phone critic richard lawson low and our senior writer to enter ahmanson so this week it's a the week of christmas as you listen to this and we're gonna be sharing chew interviews that richard has done in recent weeks richard i can't come up with a clever way to say how leslie man volen jamie bell or related but you just met with both of them so at tell me what they have in common while have a tradition every year is liked his attor the in the yard like to sit down with british people and just talked to them so the invaluable insecure about your education or accident put on those little paper christmas crowns at you always see in british movies about christmas and we just we you know we do little crackers and all that stuff so so that's what we did not in the same to at the same time unfortunately but yeah we had leslie man villa to talk about phantom thread which is wonderful in and jimmy bell is terrific in film stars don't die in liverpool which is a movie with an app ending that has been a little overlook this season but i think it's definitely worth seeing and talk.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"jimmy bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You first meet loria a measure in london and 19 seventy eight and we were both living in the same uh boardinghouse i suppose hunt was a house loved no actors youth to live the late who ran the house was the former act wilson uh and she had this gorgeous house in primrose helping henry's road as she to let rooms directives i was one of the one i lived up the top up in the color attic room overlooking the ray away lives which i was just so romantic and wonderful and hit the trains kind of food getting everywhere all of the country in the time and i feel i like it here and then uh gloria turned up did you i had no idea who was in them and sarah the new that i made his had hey i've got a big surprise gloria graham is renting mike groundfloor apartment it's quite pulse compared to michelman and she had you know a bathroom a kitchen a living room and the bedroom and it was kind of reading need turn wonderful and i would as in the movie i would hear her walk down the stairs like the male unto god go out and i hit this strange woman and the rome doing have voiced sexes i look at the bar pa pa one uh this guy on and that won't geisha little actually a cheated hey uh can you led me four pound seventy five michael seventy 75 what you're going to do a phoner bound 75 but not long arrived and she didn't have any kind of cash and she hasn't opened to bank accounts roilo levelpar and revive as she did pay me back with a cheque about a week later but she foot shook the dayton everything an absolutely broken i couldn't catch you there and i still happy you so how hail have it i still have the turk and then one day she opened the door as in our movie as he said dr hey can you hustle because i'm going to do john's close join me and um and i do we got to know each other really joe became really good friends in a very short amount of time refute we you know we catch at the theatre me go on walks around london and i should say in the movie here pay by jimmy bell so i guess you really good at hustling there i.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Film that i'm in now with an at benaco so i think that kind of whole thing is like i will say i think you of the acting shops and i think you're handsome but i think we need to discuss this in about ten years that these two young oh interesting i think he's like 34 i know don't don't blow the thais okay sorry five years behind your bond juice still do earlier what them young because they break them right is that you need to combat new also look younger than wreck them their breath away so here you still dance yeah i saw that said all the time i think he'd be a great bond in two thousand thirty okay good 'cause everyone everyone is waiting for your opinion on who the on okay and he was fourteen when he was and billy la riots and thirty one now stirring right now with a net banning is fifty nine in the movie film stars don't die in liverpool and they just premiered the movie in new york this wednesday night or of yeah little loan note here yeah sean connery would ethers play james bond wish thirty two over the manner i e jamie bow is looks like he's a teenager some people have baby faces yes guy he's got a baby face yeah why heath said he'd get the good explanation that barbara broccoli produces film and that he's never ever been approach no one's ever thought of that before that caller right time just as i am dp page says he's 5's of yes i know but he's he's wave officially at tiny sorry you we always know that people round down an age and how at a man i wrote down it depending of their man or woman aberdeen i'm weight i and here's jimmy bell talking about winning the bafta which is the british basically you know they're oscar if you will and he beat russell crowe this year nor wasn't this year or not this year but whatever you're looking at my question it hurt jamie um hated it fell back it'd be at that back of that movie they'll yelling it russell crowe tom hanks michael douglas or geoffrey rush who the field best to beat.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Same boarding boardinghouse i suppose was a house well you know active youths to let the late who ran the house was a former actress and um and she had this gorgeous house in primrose helping henry's road as she is to let rooms to actors and i was one of them on i lived up the top in the kind of attic room overlooking the railway lines which i was just so romantic and wonderful and hit the trains kind of food getting everywhere will leave the country in the night time high for i like it here and then uh glorious turned up i had no idea who was and sarah we new that i made he said hey i've got a big surprise gloria graham is renting mike groundfloor apartment it's quite paul compared to michelman and she has had a bathroom a kitchen a living room and the bedroom and it was kind of really neat turn wonderful and i would as in the movie i would hear her walk down the stairs to collect the mail and found a go out and i hit this strange woman in the rome doing have voiced exercise look at been bob pa baa the night one us this guy on and then watergate the door actually and she did hey can you lend me pound seventy five i though 75 what you're going to do a fourpower 75 but not long arrived and she didn't have any kind of cash and she hasn't opened to bank accounts why level on 75 as she did pay me back with a cheque about a week later but chief thugs took the date every length an absolutely broken i couldn't come through there and i still happy you so how hail have it i still have the turk and then one day she opened the door as in our movie at she said hey can you hustle because i'm going to do a dance class he joined me and um and i moved we got to know each other a really joke became really good friends in a very short amount of time refute weeks now we go to the theatre me go on walks around london and i should say in the movie you're paid by jimmy bell so i guess you really good at hustling there i was okay he's better earlier in new orleans him.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"Um it last year or or maybe it was the year before about one hundred percent sure but you watched arthur christmas uh and actually started to watch it again yeah a appoint before my daughter decided it was better if we chased her on okay e n and i never watched this and i think we talked about the time because i thought it was a sequel in name because i didn't even see in the images from this until he talked about it to those luke buzzsaw arthur movies when you're those weird animated movies he did about the weird looking like kid near out arthur goes on adventures affiliate i feel like i still think that yeah and and so i i'm glad i finally got to it it was on netflixing right now in canada so there's no reason not to and that's a very delightful movie just a real real good sweet yeah funding and luke moon and i was very excited because it's art men who do all the really great stop motion staff inching loaded of hired are hardwired men but it is also sony pictures animation so you kind of get like if you're going into arthur christmas kinda hoping that it's going to be as funny as an ard men movie you'll probably be a little disappointed but if you go in expecting like it's going to be better than your average lie it's dreamworks or sony you know ice age movies and stuff like it's definitely barrick that it's got a fun charming little world to it and and a hell of a caste integrate cast jimmy bell yeah you lori james mcevoy who i'm just on board with yeah in era good and i like that it's it's it's very much like a quest movie you know it's about artemis trying to get the last present to the last kid who's been missed so let this one kid won't think that santa you know didn't think of her and it has israel big scale to it but like it's nice that the movie also skills down to it just being a bell like arthur just really wants to skip to be happy and at that allows the movie to be like emotional at the ending an end yeah like some of it along the way isn't as funny as other stuff but.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"She will soon be seen as lee film star gloria graham in film stars don't die and liverpool opposite jimmy bell who was on last week's podcast look at that it's all happening it's all happening i she came to london recently and she talked to john nugent so do enjoy this interview and app we're delighted to be joined on the import costs by annette benning how are you hi great thank you great to be here great thank you very much for joining us leisure a so we are hits talk about s film stars dunc'd on liverpool in which you play gloria graham whose real life classic hollywood's film star first of all i just wanted to ask what sort of research should did you i imagine you just had a stack of classics dvds and you just locked yourself away for a couple of weeks and just immerse yourself and the ad hat was great fun and she made some great movies to big heat uh in a lonely place at the bad in the beautiful oklahoma there was this sort of her classics potentially also made some other more bmovies that are really fun as well as little more cheesy some of them but that no watching her and watching her evolved than her her work on film was really at surreal i think in the lonely place is my favorite which she made with nick ray who she had married and that one with humphrey bogart takes place in hollywood it's sort of movie story about movie people and really good and she's terrific in it uh i think a fifth alcott was very good to her uh anyway so yeah that was a joy was juillet to watch her i could style to back and watch them again i haven't avenue in a while at phnom a great fan and in italy place says that that were amazing line from bugojno about i i was born when i kissed overnight yes side one night but she left me that's right and which sort of reflects what's this film is about because it is like this sort of fleeting affair with this unlikely.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Do you jesus incrementally grow into this sort of harm now i i mean i think it's full of like all kinds of his assemblies the summer stuff is happening to you that tie them the almost and formative years cno like your the school is happening and and all that kind of social consequence that's happening this enzyme and you know uh but i was kind of already is obsessed with working and wanted to do more work and we know so it was it was kind of a minefield kind of time fanie by i had the right people around means of navigate it fall me i mean i would like to take a lot of the credit for the decisions that one is on my behalf by just car they were amid formulas i and and i was i was advised in certain ways and and i am incredibly grateful for that i mean i still have the same management imagined i did tell those years ago it's been seventeen as well that's cool new friends that would just quote up until you is what jeff still nzl to this day of it which i am a great deals on jay busband a real pleasure thank you so much for having me i didn't i appreciate if enke all right that was jimmy bell i've ever seen six days now a great so we won't talk with a as we get into the reviews section of the show we will talk about murder murder murder murderer on the orient express which is kenneth bernard has big allstar adaptation believes where you guys are going up to this neither of us has seen it yet so i think you're the only one who seen at this point sakkara blair mongia acted triomphe cue to plough ya.
"jimmy bell" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"And then i go and do another movie in cincinnati with genes badge dale and jimmy bell she thought lob it as a really great called donnybrook based on a book called cool down about fighting rare of uniting arab arabic's great and i play a guy named chainsaw angus which is the baddest guy in the whole creighton a it's cool what what is the how do you see our business changing it's already changing in a crazy way with netflixing but like what's going to happen the average actor in ten years and what's going to happen to the business world will you see changing the base chant i mean i don't i i think i think the businesses expanding as far as actors are concerned mooring the opportunity of course you know the good these these disrupted these disrupters these netflixing the wuliu net over the next wednesday la movie star various people who can open a move right watch doesn't matter really nope it doesn't so that in less less and less lesson must you know you got a few guys hanging onto it the guys who are big in the '90s in the trimbe but it's less and less about that it's really it really is so it's becoming more and more about the actual spoke on illicit cones you have you have a educated consumers you have people who know what's good and no it's not could make something good people find it on those give them access to ordu or you do books you do movies based on on comic books like marvel you're can get out of forever um are you you're in your deal you still helping out with uh chris van hoven critical longterm yeah he's got to fight november tenth jared has finally got them fired fight he's the main card on tv cbs cbs sports yet november tenth edf don't ask me we fighting i forgot he wanted to fight horn but horn doesn't want to find anybody.