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02:14 min | 4 months ago

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"Room for newcomers like Adam Scott in severance or beloved final season turns by Bob Odenkirk in Better Call Saul or Jason Bateman in Ozark. I'm just sick of having blood on my hands Wendy. And Jodie comer and Sandra Oh could split the best actress vote for Killing Eve, making room for Laura Linney and Ozark were previous champ Zendaya in euphoria. As soon as I saw her, it was just immediately afraid to lose her. See, the full list, including the comedy nominees on WTO P dot com, Jason Farrell. An Australian researcher believes they're close to a cure for a two childhood peanut allergies. Over the past decade, investigators have moderated the rate of peanut allergies in children. What happened is that an increase in a presentative strategy for introducing early has happened. Researcher Victoria soriano, she says that procedure for parents to introduce their children to peanuts early shows a 16% reduction in reactions. A promising sign, they're on their way to finding a cure. Scott maiman for CBS News Brisbane, Australia. Money news at 25 and 55 on WTO with Gina cervi. This is a Bloomberg money minute, many people turn to family and friends in time of financial need, a Census Bureau survey in the spring showed that some 25.6 million people relied on loans from people close to them up from just over 19 million the year before when the question was first asked. Ted rossman is a senior analyst at bankrate dot com. A lot of times people turn to family and friends as a lender of last resort. Unfortunately, these kinds of arrangements can backfire. 38% of people who have provided financial assistance lost money, but 23% suffered a damaged relationship. I think that's really sad. If you do want to help out, a loved one financially, rossman suggests structuring it as a gift and not lending more than you can afford to lose. You don't really want to sit down to Thanksgiving dinner with your banker at the table and be kind of second guessing. Like, oh, my brother owes me money, but he keeps going on and on about this fancy vacation, he and his family just took and what's up with that. You know, it just leads to a lot of hurt feelings. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Gina servi on WTO. President Biden back at The White House following his Mideast trip and the fist bump heard round the world. It's four 26. Would you know what to do in a poison emergency? But you know

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"jodie comer" Discussed on WTOP

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02:34 min | 4 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on WTOP

"Philadelphia with a shout out to the hometown crowd in that Philadelphia freedom there. He's still got 100 more shows to go through 2023, but the North American tour ends in November in Los Angeles. Although 74th annual Emmy Award nominations announced this week, which one of your favorite TV dramas will duke it out in September. Best TV drama includes previous winners like HBO's Succession and thrilling newcomers like Netflix's Squid Game, a South Korean survival drama about adults competing in deadly children's games to get out of debt. Those who win all 6 games will receive a handsome cash prize. Brian Cox and Jeremy strong could split the best actor vote for succession, making room for newcomers like Adam Scott in severance or beloved final season turns by Bob Odenkirk and Better Call Saul or Jason Bateman in Ozark. I'm just sick of having blood on my hands Wendy. And Jodie comer and Sandra Oh could split the best actress vote for Killing Eve, making room for Laura Linney and Ozark were previous champ Zendaya in euphoria. As soon as I saw her, it was just immediately afraid to lose her. See, the full list, including the comedy nominees on WTO P dot com, Jason for AWT. Money news at 25 and 55. This is a Bloomberg money. Ready to start paying on your federal student loan again, federal student debt payments were first frozen in March of 2020 as part of a broad pandemic stimulus effort The latest forbearance period is set to end August 31st. Secretary of education, Miguel cardona knows it's a bad time. We're trying to help our borrowers ease into this, we recognize that for so many of our borrowers, they may not be ready. Most of the 43.4 million borrowers in the U.S. who hold a combined $1.75 trillion of student loan debt made no payments toward their balance during the forbearance period. Sandy baum senior fellow at the urban institute says that's not free money. If people don't repay their loans, it will add to the federal debt. Since the end of forbearance began to loom, president Joe Biden has indicated he's still trying to soften the blow. But I'm in the process of taking a hard look at whether or not there will be additional debt forgiveness. While student loans affect people of all ages, younger millennials and Gen Z are being hit particularly hard, especially since they typically have lower earnings. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Greg Jarrett on WTO P. Coming up after traffic and weather President Biden returns home after a four day trip to the Middle East and these storms now starting to give us a bit of relief. We still got a couple of watches. In fact, for the next 15, 20 minutes, it's ten 27. For Mobius diamond importers, this

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"jodie comer" Discussed on WTOP

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01:48 min | 5 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on WTOP

"Limited sporadic thunderstorm activity remaining. It's part of a big system that has spawned some heavy downpours, high winds, even hail tens of thousands in our region are now without power. Negotiations are continuing between commander's owner Dan Snyder and the House oversight committee about Snyder possibly testifying two weeks from Thursday. Critics of the project to build toll lanes on the capitol beltway and I two 70 are suggesting state transportation officials made changes to some environmental impact reports to make the project seem more attractive to the federal government and the public. For more on these stories in just minutes. At 9 47, the 74th annual Emmy Award nominations have just been unveiled. So which of your favorite TV dramas will duke it out? On September 12th. Best TV drama includes previous winners like HBO's Succession and thrilling newcomers like Netflix's Squid Game, a South Korean survival drama about adults competing in deadly children's games to get out of debt. Those who win all 6 games will receive a handsome cash prize. Brian Cox and Jeremy strong could split the best actor vote for succession, making room for newcomers like Adam Scott in severance or beloved final season turns by Bob Odenkirk in Better Call Saul or Jason Bateman in Ozark. I'm just sick of having blood on my hands. Wendy. And Jodie comer and Sandra Oh could split the best actress vote for Killing Eve, making room for Laura Linney and Ozark were previous champ Zendaya in euphoria. As soon as I saw her was just immediately afraid to lose her. See, the full list, including the comedy nominees on WTO P dot com, Jason Farrell. 9 48? Traffic and weather together on the 8th to bob imler in the WTO traffic center. Well, a work zone in Virginia has now set up on route 50, eat, make that 66 eastbound approaching

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"jodie comer" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Where the game starts exclamation point. Bingo Gideon. End of ad one tank. So let's now get back into post ad reverie and talk about some things we've been watching. Okay, so many fun things. So many wonderful things. I will start off that I could not love Killing Eve more if a tribe. Oh, wow, I have to get into this. And I know it's great. It just, the series finale just aired on Sunday. So for four seasons, there's 8 episodes per season. Jodie comer is amazing. Sandra Oh, amazing. That Phoebe Waller-Bridge created it is just she just can throw a party. I would go to anything that she did, because unbelievably enjoyable. And let me tell you, Ali Wong, her special on Netflix. Taylor Tomlinson, special on Netflix. Her team not yet. I can not recommend these two specials more. I mean, Ali Wong just Ellie. She's a stone cold killer on the mic, man. We're next level. The way she walks around on that stage in that strut. By the way, did you just hear? Not to gossip, but the marriage ended. The marriage and it after and I'm like, this is her third Netflix special. The first issue is pregnant in both. This one. I couldn't not love her anymore if I tried. I really just have my favorite. She's one of my favorites. She's like, I see she has a new special. You just watch it, could you? Yeah, and there's just to me, there's just no one like her, and then Taylor Tomlinson, her new special, which I think, maybe I did discuss as before, but it's worth mentioning again. Unbelievably good. Because she really, she dove into a topic and I know people can go like, oh, talking about mental illness, everyone is more open and talking about it. But her is just her style and her angle. And she's such a strong, just a strong stand up. It's so annoying. She's in her 20s, and she's that good. Oh, I know. She said I felt about mulaney when he was coming up. It's like, how are you good? I gotta do it. I was gonna show it Taylor. I'm like, I go on after her. I'm like, I look like her fun childless aunt..

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"jodie comer" Discussed on WTOP

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02:45 min | 9 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on WTOP

"Around the world this week but if you need some escapism then this is for you TV guides mad rausch joins us now with some TV and cable offerings starting off with a focus on a TV curmudgeon mat Yeah on Tuesday night HBO is going to give us the Larry David's story It's like an in depth interview or I guess a career retrospective where he sits down with his Seinfeld but Larry Charles who is a director writer on the show and sort of walks him through his life and career and I guess you'll find out what makes Larry tick We know what makes him angry which is just about everything But we'll see what really makes him tick in the Larry David story So that's Tuesday on HBO And something to tie this over between seasons of curb your enthusiasm And you say it's a very busy Sunday Night What else you got going Well so the night is big for awards watchers because the sag the Screen Actors Guild Awards are going to be airing on TBS and TNT and that's a good chance to start filling out your ballot to see which actors are most likely to win And then the TV side of things you might look for succession on HBO and Ted Lasso from Apple to get the ensemble awards the cast awards for Drummond comedy and a big highlight Helen Mirren's going to get to life achievement award so that's going to be a big moment because we all love Helen Mirren Another show is coming back Killing Eve Coming back for its fourth and final season this is really twisty spy thriller on BBC America won an Emmy for Jodie comer She plays the glamorous international assassin out of her mind Villanelle and Sandra Oh plays eve the lapsed spy who's on her trail and they have this very interesting relationship between them And so we'll see where it all goes in the beginning of the new season Villanelle the assassin seems to have embraced religion but we'll see you that where that takes her kind of a crazy show but it's a lot of fun I do like that show And I have to tell you I love this next one that's having its season finale 1883 1883 the western prequel to the origin story for Yellowstone the big huge hit Yeah it's a finale this wagon train has had nothing but bad luck all along the way And a lot of people are wondering if Elsa the main character of the narrator of the piece the daughter of the main couple on the wagon train Whether she's going to survive the finale she got shot by an arrow and is she narrating this show from the afterlife We will find out on Sunday Okay and finally a little something to make some of us feel old thanks a lot Yeah no kidding American Idol is officially 20 It's 20th season begins on Sunday had a long run on Fox It's been on ABC for 5 years I don't know if they can find another superstar the way they did in the early days with Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood but we will find out the one thing that never stays and then never changes there Ryan Seacrest remains host and somewhat ageless Looks like a lot of DVRs are going to be getting a real workout this weekend No doubt Okay thanks Matt TV guides Matt Roush It's 1114.

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"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

06:34 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Kind of took the reins on margarita. So it was so wonderful to have her and work with her. Well, just in the last two minutes, I just want to note that everybody who comes out of this has sort of made the connection, whether it was intended or not for this reason, that there is obviously an echo of the story very much in the present day with the whole me too movement that we've seen over the last few years. And I guess I just wonder what you've made of that. And the fact that your character is somebody who apparently did this truly like, I don't know how many centuries ago was this that we're talking about 7, just the idea and ran into the same both this was put into that situation by the by the same kind of behavior that remains problematic, all these years later, but then also had the guts years earlier to do what clearly is still a difficult thing for people even in the 21st century, which is to confront the person who's done something who's wrong you. Yeah, I mean, that was always the forefront of my mind, you know, it wasn't lost on me that there were going to be many, many people who watched this film, who have experienced something similar, you know, so you have a huge responsibility and a duty of care when telling a story like this, you know? It's like, why are you telling it how are you telling it? And I know that was so important for us all and especially personally, you know, when we were when I knew that we were going to show the rate from the two perspectives and just really understanding why we are doing that and making sure that those scenes on gratuitous and that they're always serving the purpose of the character. You know? And I felt like when I got to film and I just had to focus on her as a person and her experience, and I felt so I really trusted the people who I was around. And the kind of depths and expense they were going to to make sure it was a safe set and that we were doing it correctly. You know, we had a intimacy coordinator called ether O'Brien who's done the most incredible work. So we had hair on board and yeah, just hoping, you know, that when people watch this, if they can bring themselves to watch it, they feel that we've told their story in a truthful way. Yeah. And very last two things. This is funny. To me, at least I think, and hope you'll agree, but you were a supporting actress in one of the funniest comedies of this year, which happens to have been a viral clip in which Ridley Scott. Says to a journalist who got a little out of blood, quote, fuck you very much among other..

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"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Like it's just a really Alan Jared said. Very, very efficient way of working. And then you're incredibly spoiled because of course nobody else does it that way. No, I mean, it's pretty incredible to think about. I don't know why more people, I guess they don't it comes with experience to be able to juggle that many moving pieces. But yeah, I mean, you mentioned the fact that, if anyone hasn't seen the movie yet, there's this is a story told from three different perspectives. So we're seeing the alleged rapists perspective. We're hearing we're seeing the perspective of the husband who's wife has allegedly been raped. And then we're seeing the perspective of the person who's made the allegations your character. And first of all, one of the things that people maybe would like to know, it will hurt interest in checking this out is that this is the first movie in 25 years in which Matt Damon and Ben Affleck co wrote since good will hunting. But they're also joined by Nicole off center who is it correct? It was my understanding that she was essentially focusing on the third perspective from your characters perspective because madam Ben were savvy enough to understand that they would probably defer that to a female writers perspective as well. Is that basically correct? Yeah, it is. Nicole was always a part of it, you know, from when I came on board. It was Matt Ben and Nicole, but yeah, that was my understanding as well. It was just like, you know, in order to understand, especially in experience like this, I'm being a woman. You needed a woman at the helm. And you know, just to, you know, you needed a woman's sensibility. And just to really try and get that nuance of what it was that she went through. So it was so amazing to have Nicole, you know, I remember when we were on location in France and we'd spend a lot of time together. Just hanging out. Like she's a ton of fun. I have to say a lot of it was just relaxing and letting all head down. But also, you know, just sitting down with the script and because there was so little information about her clinging to things that we did know, like she spoke 5 languages. She loved to read and Nicole was like, she has to have friends. Like, you know, come on, let's see her, you know, in an environment other than washing a husband's feet..

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Awards Chatter

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Of doing that and not everyone approved. It was going to be and that really was such a wonderful way to step into the last duel just being on a set of that size and realizing that you prepare the same morale is the same. It's just on a much much bigger scale. So that was a lovely thing to experience before I stepped onto a Ridley Scott bell. For sure. Well, and I just want to note for listeners, I mean, Ryan Reynolds, Taika Waititi, Shaun levy. These are guys who have a lot of background in comedy and they've all said in different things that I read prepping that they were just amazed that somebody whose background is not as exclusively in a way in comedy could step in and do improv and keep up and hold their own very much in that format. So that was that. And then you mentioned going pretty much from that to the last duel. And I think the thing to note there is that a lot of people think of really Scott the first thing that comes to mind are gladiator type movies with those males and swords and sandals. But they should remember, there's also the same guy who's done thelma and Louise. So it feels like in a way the last stool is a blurring of his two these two sides of his personality, yeah. And so I guess I just wonder how did you first hear that Ridley Scott might be interested in you for one of his movies? Yeah, so again, that came through an email. I got an email, she not really would like to meet me. It's a new film called the last duel. Loosely based on this book. And he liked to meet me to have a chat in London. So I was like, wow, okay. Obviously, of the book, wasn't aware of this kind of moment in history, ordered the book immediately, so I could do some homework. And I went and met Ridley in London and I know this now because I've had them speak about it when I've been in this company, but he doesn't really like to audition people per se by making them read the script. He likes to kind of get a sense of who they are. And he watches a lot of television and the law of film.

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Awards Chatter

03:52 min | 11 months ago

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"I have to get this. I have to get this part and she was like, yeah, but you have to get it first. I was like, yeah, yeah, no, I know, but I have to get it. And I remember there was an audition process. You know, I think I came in very, very late. I think they'd been auditioning for a while, was my understanding. And I had an audition in London. With the cast and agents and the producer and the director and then left the audition was kind of, you know, you just have to wait and say and I'd gone to Barcelona to see my friend to go to a music festival. And I think I'd been there for like ten days. You know, a lot of policy. And I got a call and was like, you have a recall for Killing Eve. And I was like, oh, okay, and then like, yeah, it's like Saturday. It was just like three days away. And I was like, okay, and then here's this, I remember the scene. It was the dinner scene from episode 5 season one. And I think there was another scene, and they were like, yeah, here's the scenes. We'll get you to LA on Saturday. You'll have to fly there to meet sundress. I'm just going to audition with you. And I was like, oh my God, okay. Be it down. Head down. I had to learn my lines. I don't remember flying from Barcelona to LA and met Sandra in this tiny dingy little office in LA. I have no idea where it was. It was over the hill. That's where it was over the hell until I remember. And she was, she was so wonderful. They'd had all the props. There was lots of props. Like we had, I think the shepherd's pie was like a blueberry pie. There was just everything there that we needed. And Phoebe was on a Zoom, everyone else was on a Zoom watching as act in this tiny room. And somebody was also recording it on a videotape. And Sandra was just so generous. She made me feel incredibly welcome and unknowing her now that she would have done that for every woman who have walked in walked in the room. You know, she always wants what's best for the material and for the show..

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"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Were so young. So we had to alter a lot of the words and the song make it very PG. And yeah, and I was really looking forward to it, blah, blah, blah, and then with my dad working in football, he used to have to take me out of school for holidays. And we went on a holiday as a family and when I was away, I was on MSN, again, of course, I was indoors on the computer when I was abroad with my family. And my Friends were like, look, you haven't been here to practice, you can't. You can't be in the dance anymore. And I remember running up to my room to see my mom and you know like when you're a child and you cry so hard that you lose your breath and you think that's the end. That was so catastrophic this was to me. And I'd recently been a part of a drama festival in Liverpool in the saint George's hall and it was this wonderful festival where there would be groups of say like 20 children, roughly around the same age and each one would have to perform a monologue and I'd recently done that and I did a piece from a local playwright about the hillsborough disaster. And I'd won. My mom was like, well, come on. You know, go home and ask your drama teacher if you can do you monologue. And I was like, okay. Flecked up the courage and she made me audition. She made me show her my monologue. And she let me do it. And then a couple of months later, there was a request from the BBC. They were looking for a young girl to play the lead in a radio drama. And my drama teacher had gotten the request, and she drove me to the audition. And that was my first ever audition. And it was my first ever professional job. I got it. So getting mean girls out of so block tango was the best thing that ever happened to you. It was the start for me. Yeah. Every cloud, I couldn't see it at the time, you know, but now it's so funny, you know, because one of the girls is still now my best friend, and whenever I ever get asked about this, she's like, oh my God, I'm so sorry. It sounds so terrible. But.

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"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"My guest today is an Emmy and Bafta Award winning and Golden Globe and sag award nominated English actress who is one of the most talented and exciting young performers in the business. Phoebe Waller-Bridge has called her a once in a generation actress. Matt Damon has said she's truly incredible. Directors are going to be beating down her door because she's a generational talent. And Shawn levy has said, it's seriously something that doesn't happen except maybe every ten years where a new actor arrives and doesn't feel like anyone you've seen before. Jodie comer best known for playing the charismatic psychopath of villanelle opposite Sandra Oh's eve on the BBC America drama series Killing Eve for which she became the youngest ever winner of the best actress in a drama series Emmy in 2019 at the age of just 26. Comber is coming off a pack 2021 in which she played her first lead in a big studio Hollywood film, levy's video game adaptation free guy, in which she received widespread acclaim for her portrayal of a COVID era nursing home worker on the limited series help, which aired on channel four in Britain and will soon be available on Acorn TV in the U.S. and in which she was widely lauded for her turn as a 14th century woman who dares to accuse a man of rape in Ridley Scott's film the last duel, a performance for which she is now garnering best actress Oscar buzz. Over the course of our conversation, the 28 year old and I discussed her accidental path to acting and the important role that the actor Stephen Graham a fellow Liverpool played in her rise, how she came to Killing Eve and what she has found most challenging and rewarding about playing villanelle. Why she used to fear that she wouldn't have the opportunity to act in films and what it has been like since she was given that chance plus much more. And so without further ado, let's.

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"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"You come in and you meet the writers and the writers want to know your thoughts and your feelings and where you may want your character to go and where you don't want her to go and just so amazing to be a part of those conversations and for people to actually care about what you think and it's really enabled me to find my own voice and have a true understanding of yeah of what I want. But what I feel. Well, so at obviously a remarkably young age, distinguish yourself so much in TV, 26 years old, the youngest ever winner at that point of the best actress in a drama series. I mean, all this stuff. But the downside, I guess, was that in your mind, at least, and in the minds of a lot of people who came before you, if you really establish yourself at a high level as a great actress on TV, there's sometimes a fear that people in film will not be able to put you in that box and not be able or willing to see you as an actress for film. And I believe that that may have been a concern of yours prior to the fact that in the last few years, I mean, I guess there was a cameo, of course, as ray's mother in Rise of Skywalker, that Star Wars film. But it was in the last year or so that that fear was kind of shot to hell by the fact that you were in your elite in a big Hollywood movie for the first time with free guy. You have now made a movie with Ridley Scott as a lead, which we're going to of course focus on now. The last stool. But I guess I wonder if you can just talk about how much that was on your mind that wait am I going to be stuck as a TV actress in people's minds? Yeah. No, it really, really was. I mean, and I don't know where I'd gotten that from. I guess we all have our insecurities, and that was absolutely one of mine. Just you know, haven't gone for many, many auditions for film and not getting them and they go in a whole gosh. Maybe I'm a television actress, you know, quote, that doesn't even mean anything. That isn't even a thing. But that was what I was saying in my head was like looked up at film as this kind of other thing that was on reachable and you know you had to be something else to do it..

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Awards Chatter

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"To be on set with her. Not a lot, you know, again, a small part at small time on set, a barrel is such a significant character within the story. You know, just really trying to inject life into her and tell everyone who this woman was who experienced this horrific thing by this awful awful man. A Nico mural was also in that who's a friend of mine who was in madhava diary and he's such a joy to work with. So it was so lovely to be to be working with him again. And I guess another thing that comes back to my mad fat diary was doctor foster, which they've said that was what kind of caught their where you caught their attention. In this case, this was playing the other woman, but making it a lot more than just kind of that stock character or what is sometimes a stock character, adding a lot of nuance to that. Yeah, definitely. Well, I was so grateful when we came back for the season two. Kate had an episode where the perspective was switched, which I remember we did in fact diary with Chloe because again, Chloe was very misunderstood and I think there is you realize the power of perspective when you flip it around because I remember that with Kate, it was like she was the other woman. I remember a woman called me a bitch on the train once and I was like, this is brilliant. She had really riled people up. You know, and I did feel in season one again. She was so important for the narrative, but then she didn't really I didn't really have an awful lot to play around with and then when we came back for season two they'd give her an episode where the hair kind of tallying of what hair life is in her experience was and it was really interesting seeing how people then gave her the space to be..

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Awards Chatter

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And you know seeing his face and I think that's the proudest I've ever felt, you know, of like, oh okay, maybe just that feeling of performing and being in a room and getting that sort of response and yeah, and I guess that's where the book kind of really really started. That's great. And what a moment. And so as you say, from that to the talent show that when you praise and acclaim, I guess. And then, as you say, it goes, I guess, initially until British or BBC radio before smaller stuff on TV. Is that right? Yeah, yeah, I'd done a couple of radio plays. Which was such an incredible way to learn, you know? I was my first reading player. I remember I went to Manchester, which is like 40 minutes away from Liverpool, where I live. And my mom's chaperoned me, 'cause I was so young. And I was working with lots of different actors. All of them who I spent most of my weeks with watching them on soap operas at home, you know? It was like so huge for me. And just working with them and just love and it's so much. And not really thinking about it as a career or at all, you know? It was just so much fun. And then it was, you know, an actress who I was working with said to me, she was like, you know if you love this so much you could do this forever, you know? Fingers crossed the UA hard enough and all the other things that come into play. You know, you could do this as a job and then my kind of mind was just opened up. And someone kindly introduced me to a photographer. She was like, you have to get your head shots. And she introduced me to her her agent, which was a local agency, and that's where I, yeah, that's where I started out. Well, there's an interesting thread that I wasn't aware of until I really started prepping for this conversation, but that sort of connects from all the way back then through the present, which and literally through a 2020 one, 2022 project. And that is Stephen Graham, the actor who I guess Americans probably know most from boardwalk empire, but he's done some even comparably wonderful things in England or in the UK that maybe we haven't all seen as much of here. But one of them was, I guess, well, a project early on in which you two cross paths. Can you explain how you guys first met and why when years later, when you want to Bafta Award, he was one of the people who you really.

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Awards Chatter

03:45 min | 11 months ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Host Scott feinberg, and my guest today is an Emmy and Bafta Award winning and Golden Globe and sag award nominated English actress who is one of the most talented and exciting young performers in the business. Phoebe Waller-Bridge has called her a once in a generation actress. Matt Damon has said she's truly incredible. Directors are going to be beating down her door because she's a generational talent. And Shawn levy has said, it's seriously something that doesn't happen, except maybe every ten years where a new actor arrives and doesn't feel like anyone you've seen before. Jodie comer best known for playing the charismatic psychopath villanelle opposite Sandra Oh's eve on the BBC America drama series Killing Eve for which she became the youngest ever winner of the best actress in a drama series Emmy in 2019 at the age of just 26. Comber is coming off a pack 2021 in which she played her first lead in a big studio Hollywood film, leave these video game adaptation free guy in which she received widespread acclaim for her portrayal of a COVID era nursing home worker on the limited series help, which aired on channel four in Britain and will soon be available on Acorn TV in the U.S. and in which she was widely lauded for her turn as a 14th century woman who dares to accuse a man of rape in Ridley Scott's film the last duel, a performance for which she is now garnering best actress Oscar buzz. Over the course of our conversation, the 28 year old and I discussed her accidental path to acting and the important role that the actor Stephen Graham a fellow Liverpool played in her rise, how she came to Killing Eve and what she has found most challenging and rewarding about playing villanelle. Why she used to fear that she wouldn't have the opportunity to act in films and what it has been like since she was given that chance, plus much more. And so without further ado, let's go.

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"jodie comer" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on The Book Review

"The last stool, a film by Ridley Scott, director of Gladiator, is the true story of one woman who defied a kingdom and made history. It stars Academy Award winners Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, Academy Award nominee Adam Driver. And Jodie comer, who gives a performance critics, they will be remembered from Oscar time. The script is written by Academy Award nominee Nicole hall of center, as well as Affleck and Damon, their first since their best screenplay Oscar for good will hunting. The last duel now playing, only in theaters. This episode, two big new novels of fall. First, why.

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"jodie comer" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"jodie comer" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Help them and give them some type of assistance in any way. Yeah, that's a really good question. So we have a lot of the members involved in the task force and really guiding the work that we do. And I wish that we could say that there was this wonderful support system for families that are suffering, but really what is really sad about this is that our families that are suffering are having to be the ones that are fighting this battle. And so they don't have time to heal. They are in the front lines, fighting for justice for their family, fighting for someone to look for their family member that are gone and sitting at our table fighting and trying to build a better future. And so I think that it really so heavy on us that we don't feel like we're doing enough for the families because we're not. And I think that we can only hope that giving them families a platform to see, say their pieces is something that can help our families, but we know it's not enough. Yeah, yeah. That's unfortunate. More MIP after this message this episode is brought to you by the last duel, a film by Ridley Scott, director of Gladiator. Witnessed the true story of one woman who defied a kingdom and made history, starring Academy Award winners Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, Academy Award nominee Adam Driver, and Jodie comer, who gives a performance critics say we'll be remember to come Oscar time. The script was written by Academy Award nominee Nicole hall of center as well as Affleck and Damon. See the last duel, only in theaters, October 15th. Sky in terms of now, I have been a broadcaster for over 30 years. I know I still look like a teenager. Thank you for agreeing with that. And but what happened in the Gabby case in Wisconsin? For the first time in my whole life, so normally, it would be me and two or three other people. Raising the question about missing white woman syndrome, all right? That was not, but that term has become more popular. More people are aware of and more people were crying that out. And folks just to be clear, we don't want anyone to be missing a murder. The issue is, why the mainstream media places more attention when the victim is not a person of color. But let me ask you this guy. I have seen more conversation about this than ever before, especially on social media. Are you saying that as well? Are you finding that there is more of an interest and an acknowledgment that there is not the attention given two cases like missing a murdered indigenous women in Wisconsin? Are you finding that that is becoming a larger conversation and not being ignored? Yeah, so that's a great question. And from the task force, our hearts go out to our potatoes family and we would not wish for anyone to go missing or be harmed in any way. And what our goal is is to really highlight that that attention and media coverage and conversation throughout the country can really be of benefit to all of our missing and murdered women, especially those of color that have previously gone unnoticed or underserved in law enforcement. And it really has sparked a lot of conversation throughout our state and across the country of what the media has paid attention to and what they have not. And it has encouraged I've been very encouraged by the media itself having reached out to Justine and myself for follow-up conversations on this. There was actually a very good amount of media reaching out to ask for more information and to follow up on this because like I said, there really has been an uptick in conversation around missing and murdered indigenous women. And I believe that that can only benefit. Yeah. Justine, what was your calling to this work? What inspired Justine Rufus to get his involved in this as you have been? Honestly, I think that just being, I live in as far north in Wisconsin as you can and I'm going to just primary. We are the minority and where I live. And I think so advocacy for indigenous folks unfortunately begins at birth. And so I started my work in a birthing program. I really, really showed me that we needed advocates from the day that we were in hospital having labor are going through labor. And so it's just been it's just I think it's really our life's work. If we have a platform and we have an opportunity to bring awareness to any issues, we have to utilize them. And I think that I've been in my career in my life. I've been given some really cool opportunity to sit at some really unique tables and I have to realize that I need to use my voice. And so as I do, I try to do that. And sometimes I'm always learning and I think that that's the beauty of it, too, is that we can never stop using those platforms but learning and bringing awareness to issues and so it's been my life's work, honestly, and well, thank you for that. What about you sky? What is it about your life or personal experience that calls you to this work? For my cell phone, I echo Justine's thoughts on being an indigenous woman. There's been recent studies, but all indigenous women have experienced harm from very young ages. And for myself, I really didn't even realize how much there really was until I got older and I was, you know, an older sister and an aunt a mother. And as I started looking around the world, I really started realizing that something needed to be done and all of the things that had been done for me by my indigenous relatives for protection and the way I was raised to very differently from my non indigenous friends to protect myself and as Justine said it's our responsibility and it's our duty to protect our people and to find the real solutions for it. So we always come from a place of trying to find healing and sometimes that means the tough conversations, sometimes that means, you know, going out of our comfort zones and speaking with organizations. But for me, it really comes back to growing up indigenous myself. I think the first time I experienced something was a very young age, 5 or 6, and then a continued throughout 19 years and it Justine said, too, I'm in a very small minority community, adjacent to non minority community and the experiences really tailg up quickly. And for me, it's the motivation of my nieces and my daughters being out in the world to power me through this work. And keep reaching for more solutions and finding the ways so that they will live in a safer world. Really? Yeah, very well said for those who are listening Justine who want to help get involved in any way. Is there a way for people to do that? There's so many ways that folks can help around this cause. I think that if you're near an indigenous community, you have a platform or access to media if someone goes missing our search parties are so small when we do have a person that is missing that we need those to grow and we need awareness and to be honest, we need people to believe.

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'Free Guy' to Test the Box Office This Weekend

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

'Free Guy' to Test the Box Office This Weekend

"Marc Mero says the free guy releases a big deal in Hollywood. Yeah, right. We just heard Jason Nathan's unmentioned that that movie is going to be very popular one in theaters, But he also mentioned that it is exclusively in theaters and the movie industry's keeping a close eye on that film released As a barometer of what to expect during the Covid resurgence. Disney is that their movie Free Guy. It's produced 1/20 Century studios and is an original concept film that is being released exclusively in theaters starting today. The action comedy movie stars Ryan Reynolds and Jodie Comer. It'll give Hollywood a chance to analyze ticket sales with fewer variables where people comfortable in cinemas was marketing and word of mouth buzz enough to get people to venture out. We will know by Monday,

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