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Fresh update on "jodie" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

06:37 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jodie" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"Um, I am I, you know, I'm very interested, obviously, because there were local of just what happens in the American League East. Just looking at the way The Blue Jays fit together, looking at the way the Rays fit together. Looking at the way that the Red Sox now with at least some better starting pitching back will fit together. It could be a very interesting race, and likewise, the National League East, the Braves in the Met Basically look like there is something of an arms race on guy think that that could be very exciting. So I think on the East Coast here, we're gonna be in good shape for baseball. I think out West, the Dodgers Padres rivalries. Really heating up because those were you know, the partners were the most aggressive team in the market this winter, and they added a lot of talent, and it's gonna be a lot of fun to watch them. So that's really kind of what I'm looking for. You know, we've got, unfortunately, a lot of teams. They're just kind of feeling it in and You know, and they're rebuilding programs here, but I think we've got enough rivalries to sustain us at least a couple of something for your leading into hypothetical. Assuming the Dodgers are the best team in baseball again. They were last year. They seem to be the best team in baseball. The Padres could win 90 games and still lose the nationally by 10 if the Dodgers win 100 s O. They, if the one more assumption assuming we don't add another round of playoffs The Padres are going to be hosting that wild card game. Kind of tough to win. 90 92 95 Still not dead, A guaranteed whole Syriza, but they're gonna have to win that wild card game. Who do you think's going to start it for them? Wow. I took a question. Um, you know, obviously it's a long season that we'll have to see it. It's uh my my money right now would be either Darvish or snow. You know, the two the two big guns that they brought in Um You know, both of them had had very good years last year doctors I think, you know, we have a case for the Cy Young internationally. Snow, of course, is one of my young already. You know, there's a lot obviously. Um Ah. Lot. Uh, You know about him getting pulled too early in Game six of the world serious, But I imagine either those guys will put you in pretty good shape, you know, and in a do or die game ID since you went to smell, And so I thought I might have gone to to, Um, Tampa once again, as unfortunately pulled into yours and not been able to keep top flight pitching, Charlie Morton goes, smell goes in a trade. They did battle of Dodgers to a Game six in the World Series that could have gone a different way, but didn't They gonna be able to do it again? Are they just better this whole putting together a team inexpensively than anyone else? Are they going to be a contender again this year? Despite the fact that knuckleheads like Jodie McDonald say, OK, this is the year they finally pay the price. Well, they got a lot of risk in that rotation. I mean, which Hill When he's on the mound. He's generally a really good picture, but he's just not on the mound that much. Chris Archers coming back from Jurassic Outlet syndrome surgery there, depending on those two guys team up the You know the bulk of the The slack left by Charlie Morton and um and Blake Snell, and that could have a tall order. So I I think I think they're going to take a step back this year. Um, what I'm really looking for on that team is is when they bring up wander Franco, the consensus number one prospect in baseball. They've got a pretty good shortstop in William Thomas. But Um You know, I think that that Franco is is somebody who already could be ready for a regular job of the major's a superstar in the making. Um, you know, I think that there will be a tough team, but that a least is really loaded again. Right now. The Yankees, the Blue Jays and Even a Red Sox team that it's gonna be a lot more competitive in the past. So I think what we're going to see probably four teams battling it out and two of them going to playoffs there. All right, Jay last question, and it's a pretty simplistic one. But it may have a complicated answer. Why is Tony LaRussa, the manager of the 2021 Chicago White Sox? I wish I wish I could, You know, because some people are living in the past, including the White Sox owner. I think that they were better candidates out there. I don't think there was really any reason to try this. I think it's gonna be very tough for this to work. You know, we saw this way. See this time and time and time again when your manager is You know is is 25 years older than some of the bin. Even the oldest players and 40 years older than some of the youngest players isn't that all kinds of chances for communication gaps and And this. She did not look like a good fit on paper. And that was even before all the stuff about Larus is latest driving under under influence. Uh, incident and I just I don't know how to explain it. I wish they wouldn't have cried. This do you think is going to be the guy somebody's gonna have to play moderator before that 40 year gap that you certainly correctly pointed out? Dizzy at least have a coach on the staff. Is there a player on the team who can do a little bit more in a leadership role than you would expect that there somebody that can help Theo cover the Gulf? Yeah. You know, the guy I want you on that team is, uh, Tim Anderson. I think because, you know, he's a He's a. He's A, uh, you know, very highly regarded player now, uh, prominent voice among the black players in the league. I think he's really kind of taking on Ah, leadership rules. I think he's gonna be the one to tell. Tell Tony LaRussa what's going on. You know what if he's if he's losing the clubhouse, but he's got to do something differently, But, uh we'll see it. Zapata order. You got that? Right? As will the entire season, baby gap. Always a pleasure. When we get young. You always bring good insight. Thanks for sharing with us tonight. We'll talk to you again soon enough. All right. Thanks a lot. Jody could to talk to you. My pleasure. J. You got feet from fangraphs dot com..

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Jodie Foster thanks Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during Golden Globes speech

Daily Pop

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Jodie Foster thanks Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during Golden Globes speech

"Foster thanked. Nfl quarterback aaron rodgers falling her golden globes win last night afterwards. She cleared up the rumor that she was the one who set up erin and her co-star shailene woodley. I have never met. Aaron rodgers so But it is possible that i do like to talk about how much i love remix backers and sometimes i can talk a little bit too much about that. So of course shane. Lean is very very aware of my enthusiasm for the team. A

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Fresh update on "jodie" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:42 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jodie" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

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Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

02:13 min | 6 d ago

Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees

"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more

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Fresh update on "jodie" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

01:03 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jodie" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"He's Jodie Mack. And he's diplomatic. If you agree with me, it doesn't mean we're right. If you disagree with me, doesn't mean you're right. And I'm wrong because it is pretty subjective. He's opinionated. It was boring as all get out, and they only matriculated the ball down the field and watch the clock. Oh, Dick! Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick. No, that's not exciting. He's humble. I'm not trying to injure myself patting myself on the back here, and his job is simple. I talk about sports. This is the Jodi Max Show. Here's Judy Mac. Saturday night. Get together you're on TBS portrayed Jodie Mack come to you live from the rocket mortgage studios. When you need an expert help navigate the home loan process Rocket can we're going to rock it off to Major League baseball. My next guest. You recognize the name and the voice from the MLB network. They continue their 30 clubs and 30 days coverage tomorrow Sunday featuring the New York Mets,.

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Tahoe game paused 8 hours due to poor ice

CBS Sports Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tahoe game paused 8 hours due to poor ice

"NHL The outdoor game at Lake Tahoe has finally resumed eight hours delay to get the ice right now. The avalanche of going up to the one is Jodie Mack told Jin Nathan McKinnon's goal, making the difference after Alec Martinez had brought in Vegas even The late game out West, the Oilers leading the flames earlier, the wild beat the Ducks. 5 to 1 victories as well for the Hurricanes mate believes Red Wings and the Sharks 54 over the blues in Over time

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Jodie Foster has something special planned for Aaron Rodgers if she wins Golden Globe

The KFBK Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jodie Foster has something special planned for Aaron Rodgers if she wins Golden Globe

"Do you know Aaron Rodgers? You had no idea he was going to say this. She just knows. I'm his biggest fan. If you win the golden Globe, will you name him in your speech? Absolutely. It's Jodie Foster. She was on Jimmy Kimmel. So the backstory here is Green Bay Packer quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the M V. P and he wanted, he said, Thank you to Jodie Foster, and they don't even know each other. She's a big Packers fan, right? But he said Thanks, Jodie Foster is one to recognize you. And I love that. I don't know I next time we win something we should random this pick somebody's pick. Someone shot him out like Beyonce.

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"jodie" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I think a lot of us would love to see close. So i hope for the last thing. If it's okay maybe just like a minute of what we call rapid fire so to begin with. Is there a role he got away. I'd once read that you were up for sophie's choice. Maybe there are others there. That's not true now. okay well. Is there one that that you wanted that. It just didn't work out for whatever reason. Yeah you probably never heard of them. That's what's so funny. There really aren't any. There aren't very many. When i think of movies that i didn't do that. I would have loved to have done. I think of every movie. All the men in the movie business have made that. I've ever not available to me. I mean yeah. I would have loved to play lawrence arabia or were you know any of the roles in movies that the actress played that aigdirect so there are a lot of roles for human beings that weren't available to me because i wasn't a guy so there's a lot of the godfather i mean. Come with nine just kidding. If a film class fifty years from now could only see one movie with which jodie foster was associated. Which would you want it to be really funny. Is i think people would probably think it was either taxi. Drivers silence alarms. But i was associated with a movie that i had nothing to do with and i basically saw and said okay. How can i help you. And i helped to distributed. Its french film. It's called lion. Hate that matthew kassovitz directed that i think is a wonderful movie and it's really one of my proudest moments was to be associated with that move. Even though it creatively didn't have anything to do with interesting. I believe your kids are now pretty grown up. But if when they were little kids they come to you and said i want to be an actor. Would you have told them well. I have a son who is now an actor really or at least he will. He's just about to graduate college so i think doing. Yeah i mean. I definitely did not like show them the possibility that they could be an actor. I definitely kept that off the table and that was just weren't they weren't even aware of what i did when they were young. I think at one point my my my older son. I think he thought i was a construction worker. Because i brought him to set once and they were in the middle of creating sets and i showed him like. I gave him like a tool belt. And i showed him how to hammer things and i think he thought oh moms moms construction worker. I get it now. Sorry yeah. I just didn't immediately. That's a bad thing. That i just didn't i didn't bring them into the film world really until they were old enough to really understand what it was. Do you think it was you just as a philosophical thing that you know you want to protect them from what it is to be a kid actor. Yeah and i guess. I just didn't want them to know me that way. I didn't want them to know me as like special or every. I don't know i think it's really hard to the child of a of a of a celebrity or a famous person and i wanted to have a cocoon a little bit where they knew me as mom and they knew me in a different capacity and then maybe when they were old enough to be able to digest it and understand the the complexities of it that they would that i would introduce it to them later. Do you ever wonder you know if you had never gotten into acting. What would you be doing today all the time i think that every week like who would i have been you know what i've been a different person. Of course i would have been a different person and in ways that are really positive and in some ways that are really negative. You know we're just all of this or just an amalgamation of our history and the things that have happened to us. But i think i i. I'm really grateful for movies because it allowed me to be more open person to have access to my emotions and be more vulnerable. I can kinda heady. And that's what i'm good at. You know i'm good at writing and thinking and dissecting and And it's good to do something that you're not that good at which i was not designed as a human to be an actor and i've had to make sense of it and that's really made me a better person final question. I believe you're now fifty five years into this career if you could go back fifty five years and say something. Well i guess you wouldn't have known what was going on at three. But when you first when you i knew what was going on. So let's say. I don't know maybe when you were eight or nine or whatever if you could go back with the benefit of all these years of hindsight and say something to that. Jody to kind of make life easier for her going forward. What would what would you say. I think i regret that. I was such a good soldier as a kid. I always wanted to please everybody and to do the thing that the person asked like. I never met a note that i didn't love mike. I just love getting notes. And i love getting directions and homework. Like i just love fulfilling everybody's expectation for me and. I wish that. I knew that i could say no i guess in. When was a kid. I did do a lot of things. I just didn't realize that i could out or that. Say no i mean you know somebody said to me like wow. You have frostbitten on my feet..

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"jodie" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

06:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"A few. They're all just trying to make movies and making getting off the ground. Making a movie is the hardest thing in the world if you could kind of psychoanalyze something for me. The seems like flight plan the brave one. Several of the you know relatively more recent performances you have played characters who basically i think could have been and in some cases where ridden as male characters. They aren't really attached to anyone romantically. And they're basically people who are no nonsense and take a lot of ass. Is that something you find yourself increasingly drawn to for any particular reason definitely not increasingly because i feel like that era's over both both of the ones that you mentioned their husbands dead. Yeah their boyfriends or their partners are dead and recent loss. Both of them recent loss. So yeah it's interesting. That this i forgot about that in those two movies i do really like playing solitary characters I i will kill people off in the process. I'll be like why does she have to be married. Why don't you have to have a father. I don't understand why. why can't you know. I like solitary. Characters are like that path of somebody trying to find themselves without being in reference to somebody else and in the case of flight plan. Of course. she's you know her single most thing is to try to find her child. Who has gone missing on this plane. And everybody's now now saying to her that the child never happened. The child wasn't there. The child's long-dead that idea of female hysteria. Right this weird myth of female hysteria historically has plagued women that when they take charge when they disagree when they don't emotionally. Say the things that you want them to say that they are hysterical. That they're crazy that they're insane. You know that that's was very interesting about a flight. Plan that that her that in defying that was her a firming identity. The brave one. I think in no sir sorta similar. It's an existential identity film. In some ways she has this terrible thing happened to her and when she awakens from the trauma she becomes the person she was always intended to be but is someone who is a stranger to her that she had she would never have recognized before she is forever changed and she. It's somebody that she is at once ashamed of and is just absolutely energetically titillated by you know. She has become this force of nature. That's more than than anything that she ever thought she was. So those are two kind of like female survival kick ass identity movies well and you've said that it's not usually the case that women are allowed to show anger or rage on screen in n. That was something that maybe you fly to be. The character in the brave one probably has more to do is sort of thinking version of travis. Bickel enjoys you know somebody who is not. She's not travis bickel. Because travis was unconscious was in fact. That's what makes her suffering greater is that she is conscious that this coming but you know she is becoming a killer. Somebody consumed by revenge absolutely so it was. I think a gap of sixteen years when you had not directed when you came back with the beaver which i think was the first time i was fortunate enough to speak with you. This came out in two thousand eleven. And you have said it was quote probably the biggest struggle of my professional career. Close quote now. yeah. I imagine that's a combination of making and then selling that movie but Y was in your. If i don't wanna put words in your mouth. Yeah if you if you get if you see interviews. that are just after. The movie's been released. That i do say this is the hardest thing i've ever done and the next movie i say but actually the beaver was very challenging. Not the shooting. The shooting was magnificent and easy. And you know so proud of mel's performance and he just gave me so much more than i could have ever imagined so effortlessly it was the process of releasing the movie and How everybody felt about the film and how you know how how we had to pivot in terms of the news and mel scandals and all that it was difficult. It definitely was difficult. But i'm very proud of that movie. took a minute to figure that film out and even for me. It took me a minute to figure out Because it did have an odd tone. And i know it's not for everybody but i will always love it and we should again just know. What a great. I you have for young talent because you are both very sadly anton yeltsin and jennifer lawrence. I mean these are two great young performers but for you the year after that you turn fifty two thousand twelve and you've said that in some ways everything changed. That and i wonder why well things were changing. Lots of things change in my life personal life. And i did make a decision which i knew was coming where i really wanted to focus on directing And it was clear to me that i could. There were a lot of things that i had done for many many years as an actor that were just about the kind of giving that i was giving as an actor to try to make things work That i wasn't willing to do anymore. And so i thought that in a way i thought oh well. I don't know how much i'm going to act anymore. And maybe they'll be something that will come along. And i'm gonna love that feels meaningful to me and i will do that. But if it doesn't feel meaningful to me i am no longer going to try and put a round hole and a square peg And i didn't know what that meant. I didn't know whether i would ever act again. It was in fact. I think six years before hotel ernest and in that period though directed some wonderful. Tv oranges black house of cards black mirror. Another movie with money monster in two thousand sixteen and obviously all leading up to the mauritanian just coming now. which when. You're now being more selective about the acting roles that you take. What was it that made you. What made you say to this. One in context i spent. I did direct a lot in the years My directed a lot of tv and streaming and just to get my feet wet and figure out what streaming was and then and also directed money monster which is a pretty big movie and a pretty big studio undertaking me a lot of action and bigger budget and all the stuff and yeah and difficult film as well. There came a moment. Were really wanted to prioritize my directing work and and that being said you know you hit a certain age and there aren't as many roles available to too so that that all all those things.

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"jodie" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

05:25 min | 2 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right leads do this. How are you what the fuck what the buddies. What the fuck knicks. What the fuck stirs. What the fuck heads few. How's it going. I'm marc maron. This is my podcast. Welcome to it. I don't know how long you've been around but if you're new here welcome just hang out. We've been doing this for over a decade. Jesus longtime and i talked to people. I talked to i i have them. I used to have them come over to the house and talked to them and now we figured out a way to do it like everybody else on the computer we can. You can do it on. I like my mother was. Did you do it on the computer. Are you on the computer today. Did i see you on the computer. He has yeah. We've figured it out. And i tell you man once i got the hang of of talking to people on the zoom. It was It turned out to. It's turned out to be really good. We've really yielded some interesting and deeper talks than i think. Some of the ones that have happened in person to be quite honest with you. It got to the point where i was talking to somebody. This is weird. But i i was talking to somebody the other day on zoom interview and it was having a memory of talking to somebody years ago but my brain framed it as if it were zoom like i remembered talking to the person but on zoom so the context has invaded the actual structure of my mind. Like my memories are now zoom memories. Like i've got zoom. I've got a screen in my head. That i'm looking at things through two little fucked up too scary. I'm worried about my mind. Jodie foster is on the show. Today i mean you know jodi foster. Yeah i mean taxi driver. We talk a lot about a lot about some of the movies the ones i remember taxi driver. Bugsy malone the accused little man tate her new movie the mauritanian But also jodie foster's those people when you're my age. I'm fifty seven years old that you feel like you've grown up with her and known here your whole life but also want to point out that because i was trying to be sensitive about it and not dredge up stuff that she had nothing to do with in got dragged into through no actions of her own Some you might not know when what i meant when i brought up all the other crap. You'll you'll be hearing it when i'm talking to her and what i'm referring to When i said all the other crap that she had to deal with around the time she was in college when we were talking about that for those of you who don't know in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. John hinkley tried to assassinate president reagan and critically wounded press secretary james brady and he said he did it to impress to try and impress. Jodi foster and i think specifically jodie foster from taxi driver and jodie foster who was then in college had to deal with the attention of that sorted type of Explosion of attention. So that's what i was referring to. It's weird just telling you about this makes me remember years ago A james brady story. It's yeah press secretary. James brady who was critically injured but he lived and he had brain damage and he was in a wheelchair for the rest of his wife. I believe and the memory i have of him was many years ago. One of the first times. I ever did stand up. Comedy at a comedy. Club was with Steve brill who is a film director and an old friend of mine from college. We put together a team. Act to audition for a show called. Hbo live on campus. President was produced by catcher rising star. Hbo we auditioned for it. We did not get the show but we were told because we tanked on dish. We'd never been in a comedy club before and the first time was out at sea. Comedy was at the comedy connection with steve and we just ate it but they did promise us that we could do. A spot of catch rising star in new york city so we at some point went down there. We waited around. We were told we'd have a spot. We went on when there was literally no one there almost no one there. Maybe ten twelve people and one of those people with james brady. I don't know if he enjoyed the show. It's sort of made us a little feel a little weird but but that's That's that story. Not that exciting nowhere to go with it. Just performed for him once and he was almost the only person in the room. Look if you have thirty three minutes you never have to worry about a break in at home ever again. This is how quick and easy it is to set up a security system from simply. It's the kind of thing that's so easy to do. You can do it during a net flicks binge while watching a game or just you know maybe listening to a certain podcast. And they're not kidding. About how fast it is to set up. It's always the number one reason..

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"I mean that's the this has been a wonderful byproduct of the streaming revolution has been that people have discovered documentaries and now they have a place in our lives just great Trying to think. I mean you know the movies of this year. That have really touched me. Will you know nomad land. I suppose they're all gonna be the movies that we know about this documentary time. I thought was jonesing What i've been watching streaming watching streaming at all. I kinda got bored with watching streaming. I saw everything that i wanted to see. Now i'm waiting for new content of luckily we know what's coming because there is an embarrassment of riches and i was i was wearing the well would run dry with this crazier we've had clearly. They've they found protocols that work and we're gonna we're not gonna. I guess a lot of my friends are starting now. They're starting to now and They're on tv series and stuff and getting their noses prod every other day and it seems to be working excellent I really do appreciate the time today. Happy thirtieth sounds lambs. However you celebrated in your home. I'm sure that's an annual holiday and yeah as you can tell them such my review working the wave. You've lived your life. So i appreciate you sarah. No you'd say my pleasure and so ends and addition of haffey side confused remember to review right and subscribe to the show on i tunes or wherever you get your poke costs on the big toe pass. I'm lee and i definitely both impression despite jobs..

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

06:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Police station and then i'm going to visit you and yourself every single day and i'm going to get you an awesome attorney. I am going to. I am going to take you to the police station like you. You don't stop loving somebody just because they make bad choices or they are struggling so that that that that's that's been very true. I mean with downy like what's interesting is both for downey and for just because you mentioned those two Making movies has been very healing for them. And i really believe that. What mel brought the beaver what he expressed as a character at the bravery that he showed to be broken man in that movie somebody who is totally and completely lost and Struggling with how to rebuild again struggling with his with his mental illness and that was just such a brave performance in. I will always be grateful for that. And and i think it was very healing for him One other movie just as as a fan hit me at the right time and the right space on fan of mecca. So is your work with him. On contacts and sagan who we lost in the middle of that production was a huge part of the reason for doing that and his spirit is in that film I thought. I thought george miller actually recently and i know he was going to direct that. Were you onboard. George was going direct in to change a lot from georgia's interpretations of psychosis. Yeah originally it was. George miller movie and We we got very close We went to the he went to the studio. He had everything figured out in terms of plates that he would need and the All the seats they didn't have cg then but the special facts that they needed and Yeah it did not work out. Did not work well for george was a dramatically different film. Yes it was dramatically different. It was very much in the spirit of lorenzo's oil. Which film i love. It almost had an eraser head quality to it. It was it was a very different tone. It was it was elaborate beautiful art film. Well where moments where you know. You'd follow ants. He just asks you know is really really a tricky wonderful movie And when they decided to go into different direction and john mccain board That he took a year as a meccas took a year rewriting scripts and a calling people at nasa and really grounding in the factual Grounding facts like he he he wanted to start fresh. And i'd appreciate that movie to also know that some somewhere out there would have been an amazing george miller movie. I mean he's the definition of a mad genius. I will follow him wherever. Nc takes us Your directing career going forward. You've made a lot of of you did money monster researchers but you've done a lot in streaming as everyone is at heart knows that's where the creativity and the opportunities are right now. Are you a split mind. I know i am as a film fan. I love streaming and i'm devouring all of it also like i met. I feel a personal existential crisis about theatrical. I don't know what movies are gonna like in a year and in five years as someone that's lived their life loving movies like just a sense of where your head's at streaming and the we all we all need to go into group therapy a little bit because you know we have nostalgia about sitting in a movie theater because it shaped our lives and you know we believe that that is the primo experience of having movie experiences being surrounded by people and living in community together on the screen. Immersion of that. But you know new times so we knew they were coming. It's been happening for the last fifteen years you know. We knew that the gums were being getaways into two categories. One would twist the over one hundred million dollar. They practice films through the studios felt comfortable betting their whole you know five year plan on And that the rest of the movies that were real narrative Would be streaming platform and we knew that was coming. And that's exactly what happened. And i mean i remember uber right now. It's like i'm so much more excited by movies. That are coming out on streaming or anything else that they kind of both made their beds and late in it. I mean the studios like to point their fingers at streaming and sayings your fall. No you did it you you you created this technology in this and the platforming systems netflix specifically come out and say yeah well. You're making terrible movies. Because he didn't believe in in in the audience's taste so to rad. Everybody left you all pointing at each other. And it was a of events that that basically changed the moving habits of filmgoers. And i just don't know that there are ever going to come out some folks Caught a little. Flack appears ago when you were honest and i think that's totally fine. Superhero movies aren't for everybody. But you were kind of like these two million dollars superhero movies. Maybe aren't made for me. And they're not made for everybody Have you do still follow that path. Have you found anything in that. Realm that that you find stimulating intellectually emotionally. Or i think a great. I just don't think every movie has to be that and some people want that you know if you're going to pay fifty dollars or whoever much it costs you now to go to a movie theater you're gonna want to sit in the seat with your veins out and just you just wanna have like you know you have this massive immersive takeover experience where your body has taken over and that's what people have grown to what from that experience and i get that i mean i love you know I left ironman loved the original. Our man and there's there's movies that i think are really well done and well crafted and this goes to change my life so i wanna make. The moussa changed my life. And if i have to make money phones. I mindful or the one The next directing is it something that you've explored in the past. Is it like would you ever go back. To flora plum leni riefenstahl or those put the but now those ships sailed. I struggled with them for many years in those ships kind of sailed. I think and Certainly certainly for flora kwame. There were other movies that were made where they took them directly from our film. You know they so there's a point making them because somebody else took all our stuff and made them already lenny. Maybe will be made by somebody else. I've definitely grown too late night. Maybe i'll play the hundred year old lenny. Maybe that'll be. I'll play her at hundred thirty. Go and what is what does stuff have you been watching Lastly just straight and the streaming series or film was as excited inspired you. You know it. We're at the oscar release fade so i've got a ton of movies that want to watch A ton of documentaries too. I mean that's the this has been a wonderful byproduct of the streaming revolution has been that people have discovered documentaries and now they have a place in our lives just great.

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

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07:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Know if you like it. And they all came out. I don't know if i even stick shade in the movie theater. Yeah i did in the movie theater and they all came out. And i was ready. I was like oh food. We got stuff and they were all. They were all kind of not bummed out with just like affected and i had anticipated that at all. I guess just. I hadn't anticipated. And i knew that if it actually hit my friends like that that that we were in for something and that was long before the movie was released long before i ever saw the movie dentist. On the day that the film was released. I went to movie theaters. And i was. You know. i got to see the feedback. A little bit. I went to a couple of movie theaters and saw the feedback and it was. It was strange. The one thing i want to ask on the silence front that i'm just curious about work as you. Well know as a student of film in recent years were in this kind of legacy sequel culture and obviously anthony has reprised the role. You times. I find it difficult to believe. Jodi somebody that policy stuff that they have not come to you and said let's revisit clarice starling in her fifties and see where she's at has that discussion ever happened. And have you even vaguely entertained. The thought klusener fifties has never happened By now but the look. We were all really inspired by thomas harris book. You know. that's why sounds. Great is because thomas harris's book and all of us whether it's ted tally or you know we all know that. That's that's why you're able to give the performances that we gave you know was because of the truth that book and the beauty of that book. So it's really hard to you know it's hard to imagine Unless it is. You know gangbusters fabulous. It's really hard to imagine. Reprising it Because somehow diminishes the effect of that wonderful wonderful movie You know there's been some staff the years of reprising her but Both shot at an. I think were We're disappointed not to do the sequel Based on thomas harris book he waited ten years for thomas to write the second book the signal that the write the book in the series and that was a big disappointment for us that we weren't able to make that. Did you ever watch it or was it too close to i. I have never watched that one. Interestingly that one. I've ever watched. I have seen other ones but i have watched that one. I did actually really like the The red dragon reprisal i. Actually i was like oh okay. There's a lot that i really liked about that. And i i really love. I read dragon to and i thought it it. Really benefited from having somebody come in rethinking. The the the cast the hell out of the The remake of that one of all minds refines was amazing. Old mason your directing career. I definitely want to talk about a bit. Because you know it's Not that coincides with sound so the wound little man tapes ugly around the same time Alan parker had a famous amazing quote about you and bugsy malone saying that If i've been run over by a bus. I think she was probably the only person on the set able to take over as director thirteen at the time. Were you secretly plotting even at thirteen. Where you kind of absorbing everything knowing this is when they were up. I'm going to get there. I definitely wanted to direct. I remember being six and doing tv show and and the the actor came on that day and he was the director of that episode. I was just freaking out. I just couldn't believe that actress could be directors. And i thought. Oh my gosh. that's what i want to do in our group And yeah so. It's something that i always knew that i wanted to do. I didn't know that i was going to be able to. I didn't really know any women. Directors someone are. I think when i was about thirteen a leaner. Burt ruler I saw my first movie. And and then that kicked kicked up the interest again. Because i thought wow she's she's director she can do it. Maybe i could too. So that's why she has been kind of for me yeah. I mean most watching my film school. I didn't go to film school. This was the film school that i had. And it's why. I've always been so singularly focused on directors and wanting to understand. How do they do. And i think one of the greatest thrills that i get now is being able to stand behind a director's shoulder and understand why he gets to decisions that he gets to looking at the film's you've made their tough movies. Not not even like the conventional way like this was like a billion dollar movie that was like really embattled. Whatever but like they're not obvious movies. I mean the beaver little man tate. The movie haven't directed. I mean i've followed you. Know for aplomb and i remember you know the riefenstahl movie that we try to get going are all tough projects to mounts. It must take a lot out of you like frankly so clearly the love is there or else you wouldn't get back on the horse every few. Yeah it's it's it takes everything view because it comes to me you know. I just feel like what's the point of making a movie director if you can't one hundred percent defendant with everything you have in your body and you know these movies are the story of my life and everything that i have to say on the subject. And that doesn't mean that they're good. It just means that they are one hundred percent true to me and and you know i have to take the years that it takes to shape those films in order to kind of download my spirit onto them. And that's that's a big undertaking. So yeah. I don't do as many movies as a lot of people do because i have a different reason for directing than a lot of people do did little man tate affect your relationship with your mom and anyways obviously part part of that is auto by biographical. I'm you're not literal sense but this is a mother child relationship a child that is a prodigy of what does she think it'll maintain. Did it. change things in the relationship at all. Yeah she really loved the movie. And i very proud of film and And i think the film is a is a is a loving tribute to that relationship between a parent's Certainly a mother and child And he has to mothers in that movie in some ways you know yes the dianne wiest character and my character so he's pulled between two different ideas and i felt like that symbolically was what i felt like growing up that i was pulled between having a somewhat. I don't know if it's a prodigious brain but a brain that was doing prodigious things and heart that was feeling prodigious things and i was torn between the two and i thought i had to choose between them and there was a lot of conflict with that and that kind of in the film is is demonstrated by these two women that are pulling for him and saying no your mind. No your mind your mind you've admirably. I think stood by friends who have had troubles. That you've collaborated with over the years. Infamously of beaver stuff coincided sadly with a lot of stuff that was going through in that publicity or sadly ended up being like the mel gibson. Politics oreo rights for that callers. That experience mean downey's talked about home for the holidays and that was a really tough time for for him. Knocked me like as a filmmaker as a friend seeing someone going through that what that experience was like for you mystically on them because it's just amazing to see his journey and on the other side he's come out onto on you know people we're family members that's what we do on resets family members and People make mistakes and I sometimes i say to my kids. I say listen. If you ever do something terrible like you. I don't know i i shouldn't say because there's gonna be a bad quote but if you blow up a building just know that i am going to bring you to the.

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

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05:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Just adore her so we hit it off like house on fire and i don't think of her as like mentor. Really do just of her as a friend And maybe that's how. I relate to kids in a way like when i'm directing kids. I don. I hated win. Directors treat me like a baby. And so i really relate to younger people that i work with like as if we were just regular france and and that's kristen. Well i mean there she was. She was almost eleven she. She had her eleventh birthday when we were doing panic. Room and i had many fun conversations with her. I just can't think of anyone else that i would want to be locked in a room with kristin you know we'd have fights about. She thought youtube is just a boy band. I was like oh boy band. Are you crazy. You'd have we would have these just these long conversations and just lying around in the panic room having long conversations about life and she's just so much fun. I love her so much. She's also turned into quite the sinophile. I mean she's going to be a cheese directed shorts since she's working directing feature Do you guys continue those kind of like films. Centric conversations now is pure pure as opposed to. I guess you always peer to peer. Sounds like from the beginning. Kind of i mean i. We haven't really kept in touch. What whenever you see him just happy to see her and so proud for and you know it's it's hard for me to because i wanted to protect her. She's such a cute. I'm pregnant while i was shooting pattern so through my mind was like wait is my key can be like this kid I always had this idea that. Somehow i would have a cool kid like chris so i feel protective of her and i felt protect him for the time. And i worried that It would be a cruel job for her. You know that it would be and so i. I was always concerned about her as she turned eighteen. Or nineteen twenty as a child actor. Because you know it's just so hard so hard on people and Was put she was put through the ringer and we saw what can happen and you came to her defense in those tough times in the the tabloid culture really try to chew her and nearly succeed and the out. The other side is is really impressive. Yeah and she she is coming out the other side and so i always do feel this pride but seeing all the girls the girls have either played me as a child or play that i was a mom to the movies jena malone for example or entering the antiochian remain. I just love antony yeltsin. And the i think one of the best moments of making movies as director for me was in the car my headphones on listening to antonia and jennifer lawrence. Just say stupid things over the takes you know. Just just laughing with them too. They had this such a great intimate relationships brother sister relationship. The two of them you were as you were. A part of the doctor aren't you. What love and that was such a moving tribute to him on the special guy he was. Oh my gosh was yeah You mentioned panic room You know like any self respecting sinophile. Always obsessed with mr david fincher. You came to that in unusual circumstances. I know You were supposed to work with him. As i recall prior the game almost came about whatever. Isn't it fell apart so there was no bad blood clearly. It was just sort of like after that like in this opportunity came. You were good. He was good at words of off to the races. Yeah we were always on the same team on games law. I think we we hit agreed with every gone down so we we had never lost really lost touch with each other. I think we always liked each other. And i so admired him as a filmmaker so i would have done anything for him to get the credit. He deserves as an actress director. He gets so much props as a technician he serving the actors and because he's like he's on the record. I mean we know the process by now on ad nauseam all the takes etc and he has a method to his madness. Does it elicit in your experience great performances because he does drought some pretty great stuff from actors. Sure does i mean you have to be a certain kind of actor to be able to respond to the tech of direction he gives ice say ventures action. I am and sometimes i'll i i see he. He'll give notes that are so You know they're very specific and there they you could see an actor might take them as giving them so you know being not free in constrictive so he might say something like turn your head on this line or you know when you. When you close your. I make sure that your finger is on your head or something. And i love that. I kind of love these restrictions because i have to it forces me to find truth and and then still be able to hit these marks that he gives me. I'm so i really respond to that. I really liked that. And i. And i i do recognize that it makes it very makes it different kind of movie than the kind of movie actors who worked with. It's a very intentional film But i really respond to that. I know robert downey junior response to that. I know a number of actors that i've worked with really respond to that. And then there's some who are like i just wanted i just want to be free and live and breathe and you know i wanna. I.

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

07:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"A lot of roles that are really meaningful No but i think that's normal. I think you do hit hit a certain age and things. Start to calm down and We're roles for women my age you know fewer and far between I think men do have an advantage but their rules shrinking as well but they do have an advantage of human experience is thought to be the male experience so Yeah there are less roles for women that are interesting. But i i have great. Faith i really excited about the role of vietnamese seventies sixties and seventies. Because i just feel like there's a kind of hump get over the fifties or this year. Lacuna is like just weird place where you're not quite old enough to To to have you know to show that life on your face into be able to jump into the older actress roles but you're not young enough to really lead in the same way so an end. You're still young sexuality thing is it's like do i continue with the six rallying thing and no to a nod or animal. It's just a weird time period. And i'm glad that i'm reaching the end of it in l. And i realized. I don't have to be seventy two place. Seventy year olds so this is very exciting. I can jump in and how who new career and and also to be able to support other actors being the greatest benefit of doing the mauritanian was to be in that room with sahara him to have him hamas the holiday slice character and watching guilty forms of his life and to hold space for him. You know both. Shane lean woodley and i were just sitting there going like. Do you believe how lucky we are to be in this room with him and to not mess him up. We're gonna not miss out. That's going to be our goal today. Do not mess up to her. And it's just it's burling Exceptional in the film and he's getting a rightfully a lot of attention as well. I mean it's it. Yeah i mean when. I heard about this You know it's the right director for this materials. Who kevin mcdonald knows this kind of docudrama treatment. I'm a huge benedict. Cumberbatch fan as dome fan is What are the questions that you ask kevin before saying a final yes to this like. What's important to reassure you before you put your your heart and soul into this one. Well i instantly knew that kid that as director his vision was in the right place you know. He brings that documentary spirit. The talked about where he he looks at all the characters and looks at all of their points of view and really gives each one of them. Foist which i think is is the mark of a great documentarian He's really interested in the facts and always starts from the factual basis. But he has this great sense of cinema. So i knew that he was the right guy for this that he wasn't just going to make a bio that he wasn't just gonna do document that he was gonna really look to be inside and experience into let us see the cinema in that But i guess my biggest concern really was the script of just. You know you have a lot of material. You have a lot of documents There's a lot of information. How are you going to convince this in two rather than a than a factual Chronological story how are you gonna condense this stuff and get rid of the stuff. That's extremists. That doesn't help us understand. Who mohammed was. It's interesting because we've heard this. Maybe this particular story or other stories like this. We heard the horror stories about cloud tawa bay but there's nothing like actually watching a depiction of it and feeling like relating his character and kind of being in his shoes and seeing it through his eyes. I mean i think that's the power of the story is like the power of cinema generally is to relate to people that you may not initially think are relatable on. Look this may be one of the first times in a mainstream hollywood movie. it's certainly non-mainstream. We have seen this but in a mainstream movie releasing a complete muslim american character who is complex contradictions. Is you know who who has a full experience on screen. And i'm just really happy that we were able to do that. the the the woman you play a nancy hollander It's not she's not somebody that the general public will no. It's not like a ninety. Nine percent of the people will know what she looks like not sounds like no her body of work so it is kind of weird grey zone for you. I would thank where it's like. You want to be respectful to this woman and and work the want her and her family to come after you. But you don't but you also know you have some liberties like serving the story. You're not doing it on nancy. Hollander bio pic exactly. So i didn't have to be handcraft a bit to her to the reality of who. Nancy was but i was really inspired by her. I mean she's just this amazing person who has a lot of contradictory things and she wears that bright red lipstick always the bright bright red nail polish and she likes to shop and you know where black leather and drive race cars like. None of that fits with this. Very you know sober methodical intellectual. Brilliant lawyer that she is. You just wouldn't put those two things together so that was intriguing to me. But i was very clear with our next look. It's not going to be an imitation of you because nobody needs. Nobody cares about nina. Taking you different if you were you know johnny carson or vice lot right sherry fosters johnny carson so. I was able to take certain liberties. And i said to her. Look my goal is to an as as is your is to serve mabus story in order to do that really liked bill. The character in some ways expands parts of you and then diminishes other persecute. So i'm going to be a lot meaner than you are in real life. And she's a lovely person in my character and screen is a lot ruder and a lot. More blunt and harwich edged is interesting. You mentioned the ensemble. We haven't touched on saline yet who you know my my day job for many years and continues to be. Some portion is working ramsey. Covering so i get to know people like saline through like fault in our stars and kristen who i want to get into to kristen stewart. Who the twilight films and stuff and i'm fascinated. I mean both of those women are fascinating smart and and the way they've navigated their careers and lives is very admirable. But i'm also curious because you stand as this like the woman on the top of mount olympus for the transition from child actor to sensible sane smart adult and for a lot of actresses in young actresses in particular. You know the place you hold for them. Some curious like when you're on set was shaleen but you know that the sheet is that earth sense of like innate mentor. I mean you're not going to be presumptuous and be like i'm gonna be your mentor now but at the same time she's looking to you. I'm sure once he goes eight. Maybe but boy. I learned a lot from shalin. I just learned so much from her. She's so brilliant and an kind and just so down to earth. I think she's the most real person actor that ever worked with. And i.

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

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07:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Jodi foster then check out silence of the lambs for the hundredth time because that one does hold up Here's me and i'm going to call her a legend. The legend jodie foster. Calm down lucie. Coming coming she is. Well there's no pomp and circumstance. Though in this case i feel like it's deserved because we've got royalty jodie foster on happy. Second fuse podcast. I'm doing something right Jody it's a pleasure to have you on thank you wouldn't i set your diction congrats on the mauritanian. But more importantly congrats on aaron rodgers thanking you in his mvp speech. This is a significant accomplishments. Yes isn't it i am. I am a cheese head through and through. So that was pretty thrilling. I have to say that might be one of the most thrilling shoutouts i've ever had in my life. Was that unexpected. Give me a sense. A- give me some background. How did you end up cheese at. How did you end up being a green bay. Packers fan totally unexpected. And i've never met aaron rodgers and i. It's a really such a dumb story about how. I became a fan because i loved. I didn't always love football. I i loved it when i was seven when the The international house of pancakes gave you those little tiny helmets short. I learned every single one of them and put them up in my room. And i made sure that they were all pro. And all the costs of then flash forward like about forty years And somehow got interested in football and got into it and then someone brought me a. She's had like oh no. This is my team. So of course i started following them and then you know the love just flowed out of me. What can i say. So does that. Vijay adams is my is my person. I know it's it's not. It's not okay to be possessive of your the people. You're you're fans of but he is mine. He belongs to me. Because when i played fantasy i just you know. I looked into him researched. Tamino's accused my guy and he made me win. Do still play fantasy football. I haven't had the opportunity. Because i had to choose between politics. Vanisi and Sadly these last four years have have have taken down that path. Because you have to choose between the two you cannot kennedy. Well that's interesting. yeah. I haven't correlated that in my own life but i used to be baseball. Was my sport growing up on the new yorker. And i grew up with the yankees. I was like the qualified by saying that. I was yankees fan in the one. Dry period in the yankees. It's like oh. He's rooting for the dallas cowboys. Just like no. No the yankees sucked. When i was a kid. Trust me guys. But anyway i was a big fantasy baseball up until a few years ago and i talked it up to. I don't know if it was quote unquote maturity other things going on. But maybe it was also distractions of politics. yeah so congratulations Not only on the roger speech but on mauritanian and other days were in a big fan of mcdonald's and your co stars on this this is this has all the right ingredients. And a really works in this case You found yourself yet again in awards discussion. I know this is a silly kind of weird topic to talk about. But the reason i bring it up is it is a part of your career. I mean first of all of course there. The to oscar wins. But it's also back to the beginnings of the first time you were nominated. You were what twelve thirteen fourteen. Yeah i had. I did driver when i was twelve. By the time. I was nominated a might have just been just been turning fourteen. So what are your memories of that part of it. I mean obviously award season stuff was way different than it's a whole different ballgame now but like did it register something exciting an important back then or was so exciting for me because i grew up in a movie television family. So we you know we would go into my mother's bedroom and we have black and white television said and it relieves. Sit on the floor. And you know we watch the oscars. That was just a part of my childhood. I mean it never occurred to me that i would ever have anything to do with the oscars is that i would ever be in it. I did however once in sadly youtube exists. Because i'm sure you can probably find this. I sang a song on the oscars. When i was i don't know maybe nine or ten With johnny whitaker. Who is my co star. Tom sawyer and employments math and we sang songs a disney song. So i had been to the oscars before your veteran even by that. Of course if any i forgot who i'm talking to for a second i do take certain like a amount of comfort in the fact that you're being discussed you may end up be nominated opposite your alice doesn't live here Co-star ellen burstyn is being talked about and there's something satisfying and makes me happy. That the people that i've grown up with are still delivering. Amazing worse that ellen is is just killing it still that your career has evolved in different ways and and i don't know that i need these touchstones at my wife. Yeah you know look movies. I mean i used to believe and this was true in my life. That movies were the most thing on earth and for me growing up. There really weren't like you know everything that i knew about vietnam. I know because he doesn't movies and every you know what i knew about k. I knew because movies like it was kind of like refracted universe that i lived in affected me more than anything else and i changed through them. I mean there are movies like deer. the deer. hunter were the piano or fearless or any number of movies that i can genuinely say that my heart was changed for those films and they allow will never be the same However i did reach a certain age where i realized eureka. There are other things in life that are just as meaningful as making movies and i can't quickly took me that long And you know. I i have had to sort of put them to the side and say you know when they are meaningful. I will participate. But i can't They can't be everything for you. You know you've said before. I believe your your mom told you to be prepared because you are going to be. Your career was going to be done by. You're seventeen yeah. Yeah she's as soon as you turn eighteen via l. Ever so some perspective as somebody that is a couple years past seventeen or eighteen and is still killing it. Are you surprised at the viability at the roles. That are still out there that you have been had this iterative career that keeps reinventing itself really grateful and lucky that i get to just be a part of making movies. I mean honestly. I'd be happy being beloved greater or being a camera operator like i i just i want to be part of them. I want going to be a part of of not just the actual physically being on set with a bunch of one hundred twenty five people in that kind of family feeling that you get but also being a part of changing culture and and may uncultured veterans. That were so you know for me. That's just it's just a mission. And i feel really proud of being part of this community but yeah can't quite believe them still acting because that just seems crazy that i'm still doing the same thing i did when i was three We'll not to mention you you. You're on record in like every time you come you come around and talk talk about your career if you like every five or ten years. You're like yeah probably this could be it. I'm the. Maybe i do that all the time. I do kind of out all the time. Where i'm like this is i'm done i'm done with acting I never get tired of movies either as an audience member arrays filmmaker as rector. I know that will always be something But acting as as a tough job because it isn't just acting unfortunately it's also representing outside you know celebrity culture and you know trying to navigate that in control that which is difficult especially now so other moments where. I don't have anything to do. Celebrity culture and. I just can't bear to have to navigate deep. Who would the work itself in terms of the cloudy of roles that come across your desk your email. Do you get a lot of offers..

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Silence of the lambs. One of the great films in the history of cinema not hyperbole. It's a classic cold classic. I've maybe seen it more than any other film. Not called star. Wars came out so i thought jodi foster on her first appearance on happy. Second fused what better day than to debut debut this conversation on the thirty year anniversary of silence of the lambs and yes. We talked quite a bit about silence as well as many other aspects of her extraordinary career. A a really special conversation. I've wanted to have jodi on the podcast for some time. She you know. She is a part of hollywood history from her first oscar nomination and taxi driver all the way up to her performance in the mauritanian. The new film from kevin mcdonald which is a true story. It's based on a true story of the injustices at guantanamo bay features along side benedict cumberbatch. Hara hime who's also receiving awards love as jody and one of our favorites shaleen woodley so bright unsolvable great film check out the mauritanian and see the latest from jodie foster who always delivers in front of the camera She's also a hell of a filmmaker to from her first feature directing effort in little man tate She's directed probably what five or six movies by now of television. We talk a lot about her evolution as a filmmaker for views on streaming versus theatrical. We had to talk about contact. One of my favorite movies back in the day. A lot covered in this chat. And i will say she was a trooper. Some technical difficulties in this chat. We're gonna do our best in the edit. Hopefully you won't notice the seems By the way that rattling here that's lucy. That's a cameo from the new new horowitz dog. Who's adorable but also restless right now. So right after the intro. Here's a fun fact. Lucy's getting a walk But yes there were some technical difficulties on this one. We lost connection a couple times. So we'll try to patch it up. Hopefully won't it so much but no that Sounds a little janke at parts. that's why But the thankfully jodie foster was was amazing and yeah so very thankful for her and her time today Other things to mention as an extra episode of happy confused you already know stir-crazy already know the stuff coming up on stir-crazy of the newest stir-crazy coming up in just a couple of days. I'll give you a sneak peek. It's noah centenario the dream mode. That is no centenario from the to all the boys movies. He's a delight. Check that out in just a couple of days one of the things. I do wanna mentioned. I've mentioned this before on. The podcast is the wakeup which i've mentioned in the context as.

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5 Easy Steps to Better Health Using Essential Oils

The Essential Oil Revolution

06:24 min | 4 months ago

5 Easy Steps to Better Health Using Essential Oils

"Today we have Jodi stern off Coen joining us, and for those that don't know, jody she has a bestselling author, an award winning journalist, functional practitioner and founder of Vibrant Blue Oils where she has combined her training in nutritional therapy and aromatherapy to create unique proprietary blends organic and wild crafted essential oils she's helped over fifty thousand clients heal from brain related challenges including anxiety insomnia, an auto immunity for the past ten. Years she has lectured at wellness centers been seen in the New York Times Wellness Mama Elephant Journal. An has become a top resource for essential oils education on the Internet today Jodi it is just fantastic to have you here with us today. How're you doing great and it's nice to connect with other essential ill people always yes. So Jodie, how did you come into the world of essential oils and specifically breen related issues? While I had kind of started my life as a journalist and then I started working business had my first kid who was easy had a second one twenty two months later less easy and it turned out it was nutrition that was really throwing off his little system, and so I spent so much time banging my head against the wall until I figured that out the one that I realized how important food was in. Terms of your mood, your energy, your ability to focus I went back and got a degree in nutrition was helping other people a Lotta MOMS but you know Kinzer squirmy and it's hard to keep them still the test them. So I learned this technique called missile testing that allowed they could deliver. It was still really an easy way to identify remedies which was helpful when my bottom fellow my man has been was bipolar. Antonio suicide and had to be moved to a residential treatment facility and the kids were five and seven, and once we got him all Seta. I collapsed my adrenals have been running a ten year marathon and it just it had taken a toll on me but that wasn't very sustainable because I was suddenly a single parent I had a job and. It no matter how exhausted I wear they still needed to be fed the laundry John need to be cleaned exactly. So it was then that a friend actually gifted me a box of essential hills because I had been trying everything I could think of all the things that have worked in the past really failed me and I was so desperate and and really so fatigued both physically, and mentally that I just muscled. Tested you know as anything in here, going to be helpful for measuring all's and my experience muscle testing is if something works, it's almost like it's a very loud signal and it was such a strong signalise league felt optimistic and I was like Oh you know identified five oils and then it occurred to me like what do I do this? I normally get one and I realized that I can combine them so i. Each oil and kind of combine them in the right amounts, put them on my adrenals on my lower back and for the first time in a month felt like myself again felt like Oh my God I go running. Do you have to remember what those five oils were by chance? Yeah. It's actually the combination that I now have in my adrenal gland it's time Rosemary Rosemary Stimulatory Manuka cinnamon and. Gabum in as you know oils ever powerful in their own but when you combine them, there's synergy that occurs. amplifies Fairfax, and so they're stimulatory oils but they seem to be adapted genetic Yeah. So you re rub them on the on your lower back over the dreams. Yeah. Man I just recently had this. Huge moment with oils. Again, you know you have them all the time you know you just keep having them and you're like Oh my God big things really do work and it was when I was cutting out coffee. Drinking how day in the morning which verdon normal person is probably fine. But for me, it was like really recognize system and so I just cut it out cold Turkey and I was. I. Was just I had Migraines I was just miserable and so yeah I. Busted out some oils and rub them on major knowles and then put like hot pack over top. And it really Mike would bring me back to life. It was it was an amazing feeling. So That's interesting that that was sort of your in for oils was it anyways it was so quick and I thought this is amazing. You know and also I had been working as a practitioner and you know someone's deficient in vitamin B wants an easy fix ray if you're trying to trigger your pineal gland or at least Melatonin were balanced hypo film, it's get into areas of the brain. That's tricky. There all these kind of low hanging fruit, easy things and then harder things and so once I had that experience of wow, is work then. I kind of was reverse engineering witched do right Oh. My Gut is really compromised I league. So makes sense that no matter what I'm taking three my digestion pathway isn't really getting a simulated but something I can topically apply that could sue the skin into the bloodstream immediately. So okay. That makes sense why the other remedies were working in while this worked really quickly right? Just sort of bypasses the gut there and that it makes total sense to me when I hear that that explanation of getting the oils into your bloodstream, which is gonNa then go to all these parts of your body really get in deepen in my mind it seems very. Pretty straightforward just like you would use any form of planned medicine or any sort of you're getting good stuff into your body and letting it do its job. But for a lot of people they just they can't look past essential oils is just things that smell good. You know. Later Cat Are concentrated plants and guess what plants and the derivative of plants are fifty percent of pharmaceutical drugs. That's really the basis for all of our Madison are just concentrated in somehow they've been diminished or kind of relegated to this weird around when they're really the core

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Jodie N. Mader, Thomas More University  The COVID-19 Pause

The Academic Minute

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Jodie N. Mader, Thomas More University The COVID-19 Pause

"While the virus sent a direct path to remote teaching. The unclear direction is a scholarly research. What happens to those who had planned sabbaticals in the fall or spring of the next academic year? Faculty who have been awarded the right to research for a half or full term may have to reconsider whether they're sabbatical is viable. Now given the restrictions on travel and social distancing. Moreover, faculty who had planned to apply for tenure and or promotion may have to contemplate whether they're scholarly pursuits should continue or wait. Faculty, who are working to finish a publication. Possibly central to their application will have to decide whether it can be paused. Therefore. What does research me to a faculty member in Twenty Twenty? How can sabbaticals be reimagined such as the format location in time? How can scholarly research be re conceptualized in terms of the future of academia? Can Higher Education be more flexible and innovative in how faculty balanced teaching and scholarship given the current pandemic world While there are many unknowns in higher education. The hope is that colleges and universities will consider how to be innovative in transparent with faculty. Who will be balancing much more in the upcoming year In the faculty to. Bring to the table new solutions on research and writing to continue this component of higher education that was Jodi and mater of Thomas. More, university.

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The Steven Stayner Case

Casefile True Crime

05:30 min | 6 months ago

The Steven Stayner Case

"The Smoke Californian Falling Tan of Said Laws One hundred thirty miles southeast. Of San, Francisco providing access to the Sierra Nevada mountains and California's central coast. Surrounded by almond groves and paycheck orchards. The town's slogan is gateway to Yosemite. A ninety mile drive leads ride into the heart of the famous Yosemite National Park I remote area of wilderness spans close to seven hundred and fifty thousand acres. The Miss said community is close knit with residents enjoying the range of outdoor activities on offer including skiing, fishing, hiking, and swimming. trae line to neighborhoods featuring numerous paths and pox make miss said an ideal place to raise a family. From nineteen, Sixty, seven to nineteen, seventy, one this Dana family lived on a twenty Acre farm ranch just outside of method, county? Parents K into del had married wake soft like I met and had gone on to have five children. Kerry Cindy Stephen Jody and Corey. Del worked as a mechanic at a local page cannery and also grew almonds on the families found. This Dana were a loving family as practicing moments. They enjoyed attending church services twice a week and in sped to on the children loved exploring their lodge property. Once a month, the family would spend the weekend camping at a nearby like. Middle Child Stephen loved the great outdoors and would explore the farm for hours with his dog daisy. Hey and his father often went fishing together. But it was a running joke that Stephen couldn't keep quiet long enough for them to catch anything. This summer of Nineteen seventy-one was hot and dry and Dell's almond crops struggled to due to poor irrigation. Hey Decay, decided to sell the ranch and move their family to suburban Miss said. They purchased a three bedroom single story in a lower middle class neighborhood that had a swimming pool in the backyard to provide relief from the summit hate. The. Move was difficult for seven year old Stephen who missed rural life. At first, he struggled to adjust to his new school of Charles wrought elementary bus September of Nineteen, seventy two he was settling down and making friends. On the evening of Sunday, December three nineteen seventy seventy-two Stephen attended the birthday party of his friend. Sharon giving her a stuffed Koala bears as a present. When he returned time Stephen Raved to his parents about how much fun he had had at the Party and tell them how much he was looking forward to Christmas in a few weeks time. He was so excited that he had trouble falling asleep that night. The next morning Monday December four was a regular day in this Dina household. After breakfast K. inspected her for eldest children to make sure they were presentable school while the youngest corey wasn't yet old enough to attend. Kerry Cindy Stephen and Jodie then walked the twelve blocks to Charles. Rot. Elementary together. With sixth grader Kerry keeping watch over his three youngest siblings. Stephen finished school at two PM, which was Annella hour earlier than his brother and sisters. He usually walked the half mile home with friends, but it was raining and cold. So K. decided to pick him up on her way home from running. Samaritans. She arrived at the school at two ten hoping Stephen had anticipated that she would pick him up and was waiting for her. However there was no sign of him. K. Drove home keeping annoy out for Stephen along the way. She didn't spot him on the Straits and when she arrived home at two twenty, he wasn't dairy the. At three o'clock, K. and Del returned to Charles wrought elementary to Pique Cindy and Jodi up from school. Carry wasn't there as hey typically won't time with friends. But Cindy into Jodi time their parents, they hadn't seen Stephen since lunchtime. This. Wasn't an immediate caused by concern as Stephen had recently by any trouble for going to his friend's house off to school without seeking his parents permission first. Del had punished him with a belt to the backsaw does the turn but they was certain he had disobeyed them again.

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Britney Spears doesn't want dad as conservator

Colleen and Bradley

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Britney Spears doesn't want dad as conservator

"Britney's attorney is requesting that Jodi Montgomery now we'll get to her in a moment. But she's the temporary license professional conservator who's overseeing her case and has been since September of last year. Put a pin in that Her attorneys would like Jodie Montgomery to be named as thie, permanent conservator of Britney's personal affairs. We're now at a point say her attorneys were the conservatorship. Must be changed substantially in order to reflect the major changes in her current lifestyle, and her stated wishes they go on to say that Britney is quote strongly opposed. Having her father return is what the court calls a conservator of her

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"jodie" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"jodie" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Enjoy Sex. Lead your family. And we know you prefer gut wrenching dramas over ROM coms. Usually we asked about wrong crumbs, but just tell us which sole grinding drama. Could you watch on repeat, jody? Gosh now okay. All you can think of is the wrong calms I. Know I know you know. The funny thing is I. Don't watch a lot of of movies. Okay, gut wrenching, a sucker for legends of the fall with Brad Pitt in early Brad Pitt it. Has This family saga? Intertwined love story where some people just like Brad. He just leaves the family and goes off on the see because he has to figure life out on his own. And then you know people die. People are victorious is just an amazing story I. I gotTa say this is I did not see this coming at all legends of fall with Brad Pitt from everything that we've heard this interview I did, are you do have some kind of a kickback from stars or something? What is happening right? I off topic in my reading, and in my consumption of like media so like although I'm very tuned into black culture and Trans and LGBT culture right now. One of the books that I'm reading is call couples that were. Which is about? People to people, you know it's a steady husbands and wives who have strong careers and strong drives, and how they work together as a couple I'm also reading difficult. Roxane Gay I'm also reading James. Baldwin. The Cross redemption. I just have a lot of different references, and somehow they all feed into. How raise my kids? I think it's fantastic I. Applaud You lady you. This is one of the best interviews we've done. I am so. Happy that you agreed to do this. I am so happy that we reconnected I. Love what you have talked to us about. In terms of raising activists I love what you've talked to us about. In terms of if shifting and herring and being mentally flexible, I am going to take so many of your words and lessons with me into this next week and Thank you for thanks for being here. You fucking rock man, thank you. and. I love what you do. Because as June you know I've been married and divorced twice, and that is a process of. Detachment. That is not easy most people. It gets so messy, but this idea that. Shifting from one reality to the next is something that happens, and we might as well be ready for prepared for it is shift easier so I love what you do shape easier. Thanks if these year become untethered, not unhinged I like it. But it gets you a T shirt Jodi. Thank you for joining us today. We're grateful for your enlightenment. Please tell people where they can find you online, and also where people can go to donate the causes. We've discussed today. So my My instagram is at Jodie Harrison. J. O. D. I. E. P. A. T. T.. R. S. N! And that's where I'm usually. Bound. That's why I'm usually the most busy on Instagram at Paterson Mike Book is called the world and you can buy it through Amazon through Barnes no-ball. You can.

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"jodie" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

06:03 min | 9 months ago

"jodie" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Found him of doing something with our bodies, which is you know they can process the? Basketball Court, so dosen environment give kids the truth. Give him it. Give it to them. In small doses create the right environment for them to build state I also make sure that my kids being black, and some of them are queer They don't internalize this, so you know this is about. How other people. have. A worked construction of the world. And other people has dangerous minds and other people have. On parts that are not as full and other people, so we talk about how other folks were other folks going through? And this is now. I never played it on snow. This is about you. I never played it on my black children bishop about you what we're experiencing is something created by folks out there other folks now not. we are going to deal with the best way we know how to, but many times. We're GONNA walk away from it. We're going to close our door onto racism to transphobia. And live our lives as very full and fulfilled people so a lot of the protection. We need to give our children. Is.

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"jodie" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"jodie" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

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Coronavirus pandemic triggers spike in gun sales

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus pandemic triggers spike in gun sales

"News we've seen the long lines in the empty shelves at grocery stores across the DMB but those aren't the only items in demand a Virginia gun store owners telling NBC four investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer that sales have spiked since the virus hit our area gun store owner Kurt Sebastian says fear and uncertainty surrounding the corona virus in supply chain concerns have more than doubled sales that is to northern Virginia locations statewide data since the first case was announced here shows a forty five percent increase in requests for background checks over this time last year see what else customers say maybe driving the buying spree today on news four

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John Alite, the Mob's Enforcer (Part 2)

Kingpins

01:52 min | 1 year ago

John Alite, the Mob's Enforcer (Part 2)

"It was the early nineteen ninety s John. Alight found the kid outside a bowling alley on Rockaway Boulevard. Allegedly the kid whose name alight never learned had insulted. John Gotti junior wife Kim Albanesi which was enough to earn him. A death sentence. A light had thought murdering a twenty year. Old Kid was too extreme and completely unnecessary. A proper beating would have sent the right message but junior insisted so a light did as he was told for now outside the Bowling Alley Alliance. Roll down his car window and told the kid to get in when he refused a light told him he could either gets in the car himself or a light to shoot him and put him in. He complied a light. Brought the kid to a Stash House on one hundred and Fourth Street where he dragged him into. The basement sat him in a chair and tied him up with duct tape minutes. Later junior arrived with Jodie Albanesi. Jody was junior sister-in-law and the kids girlfriend junior turn. Jodi told her you see your boyfriend. He's going to die with the snap of a finger a light and another mob associate started taking turns beating the kid. Jody left. The room terrified. Finally Junior handed a light a gun and said kill him now. A light had to make a choice. Murder a twenty year old whose only crime had been running his mouth or defy Gotti Junior. The GAMBINO FAMILY CAPO. He'd been working with for years. Whichever choice he made. There would be no turning back.

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Search Standards: Complaints About How Washington DC Police Search Suspects

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Search Standards: Complaints About How Washington DC Police Search Suspects

"Four investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer uncovers complaints about police searches that some say go way too far their body searches police say are critical for safety but the news four I. team has uncovered complaints alleging eighteen police officers wrongly performed invasive searches of people while making arrests see the body camera footage in complaints now raising serious questions about the department's search policy and officer training one year after changes were

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Weinstein case could influence other sex crime prosecutions

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Weinstein case could influence other sex crime prosecutions

"Are talking this hour about the verdict handed down yesterday in the case against Harvey Weinstein. And what if any work remains to be done in the metoo movement and whether or not yesterday's verdict was a watershed moment in the metoo movement? I'm joined by a team. Goss graves. She's president and CEO of the National Women's Law Center and co-founder of Times Up Legal Defense Fund and joining us. Now from New York is Jodi Kantor. Jody along with her colleague. Megan twohey both from the New York. Times they are Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporters who first broke the story about Harvey Weinstein and his sexual harassment behavior to say the least Jodie and Megan are co authors of the two thousand eighteen book. She said breaking the sexual harassment story. That helped ignite a movement. Jodi Kantor welcome to on point. Glad to be with you so first of all I. Have you been in touch with many of the women who even speaking to over the years in the in the wake of the Weinstein verdict yesterday and if so what have they told you I had? I actually delivered the news. Tash Lee Judd. Yesterday I called her Emmy told her. I just really a few minutes after the guilty verdict. What had happened and she took a second and he just said this is the way it's supposed to be. This is the way it's supposed to be. And then what did? What did she mean by that? What more does she tell you? I think what team anticipated. Harvey Weinstein signature is lack of accountability. This is a man who manipulated people. Who PRESSURED THEM TO SIGN? Nondisclosure AGREEMENTS PAID PEOPLE OFF Often intimidated and threatened people according to numerous sources and former employees and the idea that he is finally facing accountability. I think meant a tremendous amount to different people. Some people felt closer people. Some people felt Satisfaction. But I think when you look at the power of me too. It's really accountability. That's driven the whole thing. The idea that there are consequences for this kind of behavior is what caused other people to come forward in the first place. Jodi you've been following this story for so long now. I wonder what you make. Of the fact that he was found guilty on those on those two counts against him but but not but not all of them. What's what is the the the implications of that. It was a mixed verdict. Which I think is actually pretty symbolic of me to that. It is very hard to resolve these issues in society and remember that the jury was charged with interpreting a lot of complicated questions about consent. This was by no means You know a sort of Straightforward set of allegations. And so. I think I think we as the Society of the lot of these jurors we ask them to go into a room and resolve things that the rest of us have not really worked out And the U. and Megan wrote a story just yesterday for the Times Following the the the verdict. And it you point out your remind us of the two thousand eighteen verdict against bill cosby the Cosby and the Weinstein verdicts taken together. Do you think that we're we're seeing a change in terms of as you're making put it end of story people's acceptance of the quote messy -ness of these kinds of cases and what it takes to prove? What happened in a court of law? That's the question I mean either. To very high profile cases but especially in the Weinstein trial part of the significance of the verdict comes from the fact that this was a really long shot case in a lot of ways. It was risky for the prosecutors. Some fellow prosecutors didn't even think the New York Attorney New York. Da was right to miss soured And so then the fact that they won this victory means that they may have done something to shift andries of sex crimes prosecutions and whose stories get hurt annoy only heavy for another minute or two more. Jodi because I imagine you're still very busy but there is no problem. I just WanNa ask you one last question. I mean as I'm just wondering if I could ask you to step just a hair outside your role as a as a reporter for a moment and just reflect with me on what this moment meant to you and to Megan in terms of all the work that you put in to do the investigations that drove this issue into the public mind. What does the verdict mean to you? Well thank you for asking. That mean when I would say is that the meaning of this work was clear to me from within the very first phone calls to the very first braves women who told us their stories and we did this work without knowing what we would find what we are others would uncover. What the extent of the allegations are now we can see crimes would turn out to be and we hit the way. Yeah whether Weinstein would be prosecuted or not and and and what would result from that prosecution? You do the story just to find the truth. Knowing the journalism may be the only form of count ability that he faces or knowing that it could lead to something more we'll Jodi cantor is the Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter for The New York Times Co author with Megan. Twohey of she said breaking the sexual harassment story. That helped ignite a movement. Jodi thank you very much. Thank you take care.

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"jodie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jodie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Going on here's Jodie doubling right Joe well lots to talk about in college basketball but let's start with a little college football when we left you last week all the prized assistant football coach at the university of Kentucky he is their recruiting coordinator their tight ends coach and their NFL liaison was pondering at leaving and going to Michigan state on Friday evening he turned down Michigan state coach Mel Tucker to go to be an assistant coach he recently also turned on to become the head coach at Youngstown state and today the Lexington Herald leader is reporting that Mero has gotten a raise he will make it nine hundred thousand dollars a year through June thirtieth of twenty twenty three that's an increase of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars of his base pay it is exactly the he will make as much money the same amount of money as Kentucky's co offense of coordinator eighty grand he will make a twenty five thousand dollars more than Kentucky's defensive coordinator Brad white and according to USA TODAY's database of assistant coaches salaries only two non coordinators in college football had a salary last season that matched what Mero now is set to make annually at Kentucky so they've kept their man and now they've paid him college basketball news Baylor and Kansas they just keep on winning and that set up a showdown for this week they stayed there one two three Baylor can saga and Kansas one two three and in the AP poll this week Baylor and Kansas will play on Saturday San Diego St still twenty six and I was still undefeated at number four date moves up to number five in its Duke Maryland Florida state Penn state and Kentucky level drops from number five to number eleven after back to back losses last week in Chris Mack says you know they face this before and he's confident his team will overcome it you know I do think our team has been the situation before last time that we lost two games in a row we rattled off ten straight conference games so not that that's a guarantee we we got to figure out how to turn around they'll try to figure that out on Wednesday Kentucky takes on Ellis you tomorrow night level will host Syracuse all on Wednesday in women's college basketball little bit of a historic day not the right way for Yukon Yukon streak of five appearances in the AP poll top five appearances the eight people is over two hundred and fifty three consecutive weeks as one of the top five teams in the country it dates back to February fifth two thousand and seven the longest current streak is now held by number one South Carolina at eleven the Gamecocks I had a hand in the the SQ him in into the Huskies top five run by routing them last Monday night as he's lost three of this season so far there twenty one and three and now number six low level and Stanford at leapfrog them at South Carolina one Baylor number two Oregon number three Stanford and Louisville checks in at number five the cardinals picking up a couple of wins last week.

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Explaining Occam's Razor

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

11:43 min | 1 year ago

Explaining Occam's Razor

"Today we're going to discuss a problem solving principle that many of you probably heard of and we've we've definitely referenced on the show before and that is autumn's razor that's right. It's it's one of the classics one of the hits of like the skeptical toolkit and I think it's a really one to get into because it's something that is widely known but in different ways and often To whatever extent it actually does have value. It often gets deployed in ways that do not actually make use of its value right like like an actual razor blade. It may be misused from time to time. Yes now. What one specific place that. I know we've talked about it before. Is that is in the context of Carl? Sagan's recommendations for the the tools of skeptical thinking he these out and one of them is autumn's razor. He writes all comes razor this convenient rule of thumb urges us when faced with two hypotheses that explain the data equally well to choose the simpler. Okay now why did we end up talking about this today? We we were in the studio the other day Discussing upcoming episodes. And you said that. Seth had mentioned this our producer Seth Yeah. I was in here and set a nickel Johnson was working on. A crossword puzzle was at the New York. Times he tells us it was the New York Times And he he asked me how to spell. Autumn is in razor and I took a guess at it and I can't I can't remember. I was correct. I was probably wrong but also probably hit one of the multiple acceptable spell things for razor But anyway we started talking about it and I was like. Oh Yeah we we could do that as an episode and so here we are. I'm very glad we picked this because I think one of my personal favorite genres of of critical thinking is is being skeptical about the tools of skepticism. You know is sometimes people who identify skeptics can ca- can I get a little cocky. You know they get a little too sure of themselves about what the reasoning tools they use and it's worth putting those tools to the test. Giving them a closer look. Yeah absolutely now I have to say I definitely remember. The first time I encountered the concept of outcomes raise or at least the first time I encountered it and it on some level stuck with me and that was when viewed the Nineteen ninety-seven film adaptation of Carl Sagan's novel contact the movie. I can't watch without crying. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah well. Why does it make you cry? Oh God there's no point especially the first part where you know it. Zooms out from the earth and you're hearing the radio signals go back in time and then and then it shows the young. L. E. Airway experimenting with the Ham Radio and her dad's helping her and get so emotional. Yeah Yeah it's it's been a very long I. I haven't seen it since initially came out and in fact the main thing I remember from it is seen in which jodie foster's character. Eleanor Airway has having this conversation with Matthew mcconaughey as character. Who How old was Matthew mcconaughey at this point? I don't even know how old he is. Now is this ageless demon but anyway. Here's this character He's scared Palmer. Joss in the scene in question foster's character brings up autumn's razor in a discussion on the nature of God she. She says well which is ultimately the simpler hypothesis that an all powerful God exists or the human beings made got up in order to feel better about things and then this ultimately comes back around is kind of flipped on her later on film regarding her characters encounter with an extraterrestrial intelligence right. Is it more likely that she really had the experience? She thinks she had with With all these aliens or that. She like hallucinated. Something that would give her emotional closure. Yeah and so. Yeah I think I was in high school at the time so it was. It was interesting concept especially in the context of of atheism verses of faith in a creator deity inserted to suddenly have this tool from the chest. Skeptical thinking just thrown up on the table and you and seemingly used by both sides. Well Yeah I think this is funny. This is a great example because it highlights some of the most common features of all comes razor as it is actually used to like. It's often invoked in a kind of fuzzy way without an objective measure Just kind of invoked to back up your intuitions about the probability of something right but another thing is that this example shows how. It's not always easy to find a way to compare the simplicity of two different propositions like is the existence of God a simple hypothesis or a complicated one that I think that really depends on kind of how you feel about it like like what kind of objective measure can you come up with to evaluate that question right. It's GonNa depend so much on your like your background your culture what you grew up with. And you know how you how you've come to view the possibility of Of God's existence. Is it just kind of the bedrock of your your worldview or is it this thing from the outside that you are contemplating and also how do you view it at like the coherence of the idea? Do you view it as something. That's like That's full of all these little kind of ad hoc accommodations or something that is a holistic coherent Sort of like fact about nature. Yeah you know I it's I I think this is a perfect example. That shows like win. People used the idea volumes razor in a way that is not helpful and doesn't really doesn't really get you any closer to figuring out what's true now if you're if you're still questioning what the concept really means. Don't worry we will get to some. I think some very understandable examples of how it can be a used properly and used improperly. But let's go ahead and just start about the concept itself the the word autumn You know where this comes from. We'll get to the origins of autumn's razor so Oxfam's razor is also known as the principle of parsimony and parsimony means a tendency towards cheapness or frugality. So I like that. It's like the principle of parsimony is like you. You want to be cheap with your with your logic right yeah. I don't need more than two steps of logic between me and the solution. Don't give me one with four or five. And it was named after the Medieval English philosopher William of autumn. Of course William of Arkham So he he lived in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries from twelve eighty five to either thirteen seven or thirteen forty nine. I've seen different death dates given forum. I've seen different birthdates as well. Eighty seven twelve. Eighty eight looking at That's interesting so he was a prolific scholar. Franciscan friar we'll get more into his ideas in a minute. I you know one thing I've always wondered is where the heck is awesome. I've never heard of that. Well yeah because the word sound has kind of like a remoteness to it. It sounds alien in some ways. Autumn is very much a real place. It is a rural village. In Surrey England. You can look it up online. You can find that the website for the church in Oxfam for example and this area has been occupied since ancient times. It's about a day's ride south west of London and it was the birthplace of the individual who'd come to be known as William Volume now beyond that beyond the fact that he was born here. We don't know a lot about William's life We don't know what his social or family background was or if his native language was French or Middle English. As Paul Vincent Spadea explains in the Cambridge companion to Arkham he was likely given over to the Franciscan order as a young boy. Before the age of fourteen and here Latin would have quickly become his language of not only writing but also just conversation Grey Friars Convent in. London was likely his home convent but later he traveled he visited Avalon he visited Italy and he lived the last two decades of his life in Germany. Now philosophically William was a Nominal List and spayed writes that the two main themes of this for William were the rejection of universals and ontological reduction in these two teams are are not necessarily interconnected like you can you. Could you could believe in one but not the other and vice versa but basically like let's get into what these mate so the first rejection of universals is perhaps best considered and this is very brief and broad Certainly you can find so much written in instead on this topic but basically think of it as a rejection of the tonic idea of the realm of forms. So that idea that all chairs that we might make design and carve a symbol are an attempt to create the perfect chair which doesn't reside in our world but only resides within this realm of forms. So all chairs that we create our like an aspiration for the ideal chair another way. I've thought about it at least as I understood it was. The nominalism is kind of the idea that there is no such thing as a chair. There's only this chair and that chair in this chair over here. There is no chair right like this. This is the kind of the situation gets too. When you you get into the genre classifications of say albums artists or movies. You care a great deal about and someone tries to limit it to a classification and say oh well that's classic rock where that's alternative rock near like. No no no no no. Don't don't try and fit there is there. Is these categories. Do not apply. There is there is only you know whatever. Your band of choice happens to be. There is only tool. There is only primis or whatever right there yeah there. There is only things not category right. Now let's move onto the second theme here. Ontological reduction this is as Britannica defines it quote the metaphysical doctrine that entities of a certain kind are in reality collections or combinations of entities of simpler or more basic kind. I think your classic example here is molecules atoms. Yeah so another example. Here's while our aristotle defined ten categories of objects that might be apprehended by a human mind. These would have been translations vary on on how you wanted to find these but substance quantity quality relative place time attitude condition action and affection. William cut these down to two substance and quality. He's really getting in there. That's the razor. That's what a razor Dutt. Cia slices away. It cuts off the fat and gets down to the meat. Spayed writes quote. Although these two strands of thinking are independent. They are nevertheless often viewed as joint effects of a more fundamental. Concern the principle of parsimony known as Oxfam's razor okay. So we're getting to the razor. Yeah so William. Devoted a lot of energy to arguing against What spade calls the bloated onto logical in inventories of his contemporaries and became well known to his peers for this as such either towards the end of his life or shortly after his death a kind of greatest hits album came out on his thoughts and ideas titled On the Principles of Theology? Now it wasn't actually by William of Arkham but it featured his doctrine as well as verbatim quotes there is no ascribed author either so later generations would often just attribute it to him as well as the notion of outcomes razor however the specific phrase was apparently never actually used by him. He never said autumn in the house. I'M GONNA get the razor out and started carving on some some some some some ideas

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Two NYT journalists set off to uncover one of the biggest scandals of the decade

The Tip Off

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Two NYT journalists set off to uncover one of the biggest scandals of the decade

"The New York. Times investigations team. Jodi cantor was facing a new challenge. ENJ- for years should reported on workers rights and specifically women's rights companies like Amazon or starbucks. You know I had come to believe. The gender kind of can't open are a for investigative journalism that these stories were not only about women's experiences but because women are often me outsiders at these organizations. If you focused on the women's experiences you could learn a lot about what was really happening inside. It may twenty seventeen and her editor put her onto a new patch. The previous mumps has seen a slew of allegations around powerful men in the public eye allegations of sexual abuse use and harassment about bill cosby or TV anchor. Bill O'Reilly The Times made of sort of all around commitment to sexual harassment reporting and so we decided to look in academia in factories in restaurants in Silicon Valley etc etc but that was a huge patch. Cover so where do you start well for Jodi. It was with a tweet that caught some people's attention a few months early. Ah The tweets was from Hollywood. Actress rose McGowan and in just a few characters artists. It promised away into the story. The tweets was accompanied with the Hashtag. Why women don't report and read as follows? Because it's it's been an open secret in Hollywood slash media and they shame me while agitating rapist. Jody sense who the tweet might be about it. Tallied was something elsewhere somebody had given me a tip about Harvey Weinstein and said the story really needs to be done but we were really starting from nothing. We a new only rumors had no idea whether they will real or not so subtle at her desk in New York. Jody stead her computer screen. She was not a celebrity gossip tip columnist. She didn't have any connections with anyone in this world. And it's not exactly an easy universe to wonder into. I didn't know any actresses you normally emily when you're trying to get in touch with the famous person. You call their publicist or their agent. But we did not want to do that. Because with all due respect to this people they're gatekeepers and we thought they would just shut us down and a few people Jodi did manage to talk to didn't exactly fill her confidence that there was even a story here. Harvey Weinstein Though A well-known in the industry wasn't exactly a household name people had heard of his films and his company but not that many people would have been able to point him out in the crowd and Jodi kept hearing the same thing. There were some very condescending Hollywood sources who lectured us and they say things like oh Jodi the casting couch which is just a part of Hollywood and it's been that way from the beginning. It's a very unfortunate part of our industry but it's just not changeable and look you're never get your little story but if you do nobody will care. Feeling a bit stuck Jodi went to her editors they had an idea another reporter who face similar roadblocks alien her reporting give mecanical. They suggested so Jodie and I didn't really know each other She had been at the times for much longer than I had. And she was wondering what to say when you as a reporter when you do get a woman on the phone who you suspect has been a victim of of sexual harassment or assault. What you say in those first thirty seconds to try to keep them on the phone but you know I basically tapped into some of the experiences dances that I had had in that reporting which was to say? I can't change what's happened to you in the past but if we work together we're able to publish the truth. We might be able to protect other other people. We might be able to use your private pain towards some sort of constructive purpose. Meghan put the phone down but couldn't stop thinking about a work. Jody was doing so when she returned to the office after her maternity leave. She knew exactly what she wanted to do. I quickly ended up becoming her partner on the

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Star Trek Franchise Producer Workking On Silence Of The Lambs Spinoff series

Donna and Steve

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Star Trek Franchise Producer Workking On Silence Of The Lambs Spinoff series

"CBS announced Sunday at the television critics association's winter press tour that it is handed out a sizeable series commitment to a silence of the lambs TV spin off called clear Reese the drama hills in Star Trek franchise producer Alex Kurtzman Kurtzman will pen the script a and sources say eight writers room has been open with a script already completed the potential series takes place in nineteen ninety three a year after the events of the silence of the lambs glories is CBS is first a sizeable order for the twenty twenty twenty twenty one broadcast season you know I've never seen silence of the lambs that's wonderful I'd like it yeah it's just a very good movie I can watch it I I think it's good Tony Hopkins o'neill yeah and Jody Tony injury it should have been called you know Tony and Jodie's what the misadventures of Jody hi where has she been she did the beaver member she directed the beaver with Mel Gibson yeah that was the last I heard of a

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Contact: The Movie That Changed Drew Hammond's Life

This Movie Changed Me

08:39 min | 1 year ago

Contact: The Movie That Changed Drew Hammond's Life

"The movies adapted from the science fiction novel by The scientist Carl Sagan and tells the story of L. E. We first meet her as a little girl with her dad watching the stars and fascinated by the idea of life on other your planet's we see her playing with the radio trying to make a connection with people from outside her hometown and that curiosity that she has a little girl will eventually guide her through her work. Could we talk to the moon. Wow Big enough radio. I don't see why not can we talk to Jupiter or or what's one after that. Don't tell me give you in Hula hoops Saturn. Could we talk to Saturday. dad could be talked to mom. I don't think even the biggest radio could reach that far. Yeah people on other planets. I I don't know sparks but I guess I'd say if it is just as it seems like an awful ways to space ellie grows up to be this amazing astronomer who works for this organization that is trying to find aliens on other planets and many people don't take her work seriously other scientists give her credit for her hard work and for her intelligence and her amazing determination in her projects but it's the kind of science that is often equated with faith the kind of science. You can't prove true what I'm I'm doing you promising scientists to be wasting your gifts on this nonsense consider what could potentially be the most important discovery the human race nonsense incense okay. There's four hundred to one. There is intelligent life out there but it's so far away you'll never contacted in your lifetime Carol Disisto. Oh there's nothing out there about noble gases and carbon compounds and you're wasting your time in the meantime. You won't be published. You won't be taken seriously and your career will be over or before. It's begun so my life. That's search is one that takes l. e. directly into the path of Palmer Joss this this kind of spiritual pastor seeker played by Matthew mcconaughey elliara mutually studying all the usual Nabulsi quasars pulsars stuff like that. What are you what are you writing. The Usual Nouns adverbs added to here and there I worked on a project called city search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Wow out there l. E. is played brilliantly by the one and only jodie foster. One of my heroes and the relationship between her and Palmer is so important because it is going to kind of demonstrate and play out for us that divide divide between science and faith science and religion and it becomes the guiding light for the movie. How can you be sure that something really exists when you can't prove it Orig- book. Would you like me to quote you. Ironically the thing that people are the most hungry for meaning is the one thing that science hasn't been able to give them yeah yeah come on. It's like you're saying that science killed God. What if what if science simply revealed that he never existed in the first place the character of Palmer Joss was important for me because he inhabited this religious spiritual seeker identity but he also really understood were Elliott as a scientist came from and that was really important for high school teacher Hammond. Although he related to Ellie you know he had never seen a scientist. I figure like her before someone who would ask these hard questions of everyone around her and even of herself and the work that she did and yet but really really comfortable with the idea of mystery and unanswered questions so I want to hear the story behind when you first saw contact and this is kind of a meditative exercise that we found really useful here on the podcasts which is free to close your eyes so I'm looking at you so I know you're doing close your eyes and then for ten seconds distinct about that first time you saw the movie and then I will look at the clock and I'll interrupt you so what memories came for you then it it was the it was the summer after high school high school graduation. I think it was yeah and and about two weeks before the movie came out my long-term term crush that had a you know I wanna say it was love but it was not for sure. It was just highschool crush but for four years I had you know wanting wanting to be with her. and then towards the end of highschool. She got engaged to her youth pastor well from her church was he he he was like a good seven years older than she is right. Yes right but you know. Jesus was cool with it so I guess it was all part of the plan anyway but so I was I was crushed and I remember like I went to the wedding and and I remember thinking like Oh. Oh you know if if I if I was more of a person of faith if I was going to be somebody that could go to church this would be this could be me love me and I I I was just I was depressed and I felt so alone and and then a couple of my friends like we went to the the movie just because it was a science fiction movie had aliens in it and if you if you go back and look at the trailer it does not know it does not sell thus you knew like Carl. Sagan's work had no idea the kind of dialogue that it just looks like a cool science independence day was going to be it's been fun a fun romp and we watch the movie and and win when it was done my friends I got up and started to walk away and they were like let's get them scream and I was just sitting there bawling and I could not I could not bring myself to leave the theater for like a good ten minutes because it was just such a yeah. It was just such a profound and deeply personal experience that I don't think I've ever had in a movie like that where I felt like this movie spoke to something that I could never even put into words and I didn't know how to talk about it with anybody. I didn't feel like it was okay to talk about and what that what that movie brought up for me what I'm saying. Oh yeah definitely it's one of the things that I love the most about movies and that experience when you see one in the theater is it's you're kind of hit with the impact of the film and then you're processing it. I mean days weeks years later for sure. I went back and saw the movie again in the theater. You know maybe within the next week and finally started to figure out like Oh. This is speaking to this disconnect that I felt for the last you know whatever the the time probably eight years of being a young kid who never had a relationship with church and and was surrounded by very spiritual and religious people and always feeling like an outsider because you know it's funny. I think I had a similar experience to you watching the movie as someone who grew up actually very religious my parents are pastor eventual Christian but he's also a man. He's like a botanist and he always man of science. Yeah I think watching this movie felt in a lot of ways like seeing a lot of his own or inner conflict a lot of the things that we grew up hearing about from him but it was also the best example that I had had seen at the time of my ideal version of faith

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Billy Porter Makes History as First Openly Gay Man to Win Emmy for Outstanding Actor in Drama Series

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Billy Porter Makes History as First Openly Gay Man to Win Emmy for Outstanding Actor in Drama Series

"The seventy first primetime Emmy awards were handed out Sunday night in Hollywood one heavily favored a television drama took home the award was expected to but the acting categories offered some surprises NPR's Glenn Weldon has more the eighth and final season of HBO's game of thrones was the odd. on favorite to win outstanding drama and when it did for the fourth time in a row history was made when Billy Porter won the Emmy for lead actor in a drama series Porter who stars in the FX series pose is the first openly gay man to be nominated in the category in his rousing acceptance speech he spoke the power of art we have the artists are the people that get to change the molecular structure of the hearts and minds of the people who live on this planet please don't ever stop doing that lead actress in a drama series went to Jodie calmer who plays the assassin villanelle on the BBC America series killing

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Britney Spears's father officially steps down as her conservator

Donna and Steve

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears's father officially steps down as her conservator

"The spears father Jamie spears has officially stepped down as the singer's conservator a judge on Monday approve the request an appointed Britney's long time care manager Jodie Montgomery as a singer is a new conservative Montgomery has been temporarily granted the same powers previously granted to Jamie until January thirty first of twenty twenty after which time her role as temporary conservator could it be extended I have so many questions the situation is so it sounds like there's just a lot of brokenness that's happening structure of their their family and obviously very serious allegations against Jamie spears right and also her kids are. going to be spending more time with Kevin Federline then with Britney he's got more yeah time with them I just don't know what's wrong with her and I know it's nobody's business but then don't tell us the stuff too. yeah.

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And we've posted a couple of fun pieces of video from that that off you probably seen by now of you haven't seen if you haven't checked out I highly recommend it because it really shows off their wit, and charm and come rod ary. I've socialized them on my on my Twitter feed at my Instagram feed. But if you want to go to MTV news YouTube page, it's the best place. Check them out. I played a fun game of most likely to with the cast. And then a game we called name that avenger in which the cast look at extremely close up images of their fellow ventures body parts, and guess and hilarity. Ensued? My friends. It's very very funny. They were they had a ball with it. So I highly recommend those. We're also rolling out some flashback clips I've been talking to these guys literally from the beginning of these films. I was I was at the ironman one junket interviewed Downey, and Fabbro and Gwyneth. I remember. Yes. And Terrence Howard back then. And so I go all the way back to the beginning of of this crazy saga of marvel films. So we're gonna roll out some early interviews. I did with the main players on again, TV news is social channels. So look out for those. I guess that's all there is the say right now, I guess I want to say, I hope you enjoy this conversation with Jodie Comber there. No spoilers than it. We tape. This a couple of weeks a pack when she was in town for context that will say the the third season of killing. You've had just been announced when she walked into my office literally that morning like an hour to before. So I congratulate her on that they're no spoilers for the season. Really? I think we allude to some events in the first two episodes. But nothing very specific. And by now, I think I think we're onto the third episode in real time anyway, so no spoilers here. If you've seen the show, I think you're going to enjoy this. If you haven't seen the show, you're probably going to be delighted by Jody and want to check it out. It's on BBC America, go seek it out. If you haven't yet, I've binged the first season like in no time, and I guess enjoyed this conversation with Jodie remember to review ratings of scribe too happy. Second fused spread the good word. Here is. We go. Can you feel the magic air? Jody. It's it's the tingles there on the fingertips. I think the tingles are there because as we tape this breaking news to we actually just seen in the lift. Like, a little Televisa television screen, and it was like breaking. In the middle of the say the world falling apart. The good news is killing is coming back. Three is everyone. Hold on. Yeah. Given the tip off for this announcement. Yeah. Good actor you can keep these secrets to secrecy only like a couple of days here though Sunday. Yeah..

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"The. Today on happy infused Jody Comber on landing a career making role killing it on killing eve and yet still living at home. Hey, guys. I'm Josh Horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy said confused. Welcome to a lovely delightful conversation with an up and comer by the name of Jodie Comber aka villa now on killing if you've seen killing eve, you understand why when given the opportunity I jumped at the chance of talking to Jody this is as I said a truly career making role. She is unbelievable on this show. Opposite, sandra. Oh is in its second season. It has already been renewed for a third season, and Jodie just pops off the screen as this enigmatic. Bizarre assassin, and it's it is it's the start. I think of. A very interesting cool career, and it was a lovely opportunity to get to know Jodi at this very interesting juncture for her, and as I said as I ripped her in the intro, and as a rib her in the conversation Jody still living at home. She like she's about twenty six. So it's fine. She's still leaves still figuring it out. She's got time. She's making it work. She's happy if she's happy, I'm happy. So I really I really felt like I clicked with Jodie immediately. I think you guys will get why she has a great sense of humor and a good head on her shoulders, and is so super talented to boot. So I think you guys will enjoy this conversation very very much elsewhere in the Josh Horowitz, pop culture universe. Well, we are on the eve of I guess it has to be the movie end of the year. I mean, we do have we do have the rise of Skywalker in December. But until then. It's gotta be all about vendors and game of enter done game of courses. The twenty second marvel cinematic universe film is the culmination of phase three in the first three phases of the marvel films. Don't worry no spoilers here. But guys just saw. I just saw the movie I really can't say anything. I don't want to say anything except say this will I think is so live up to your expectations. I mean, I avoided spoilers. They are out. There be be wary out there. I would just recommend avoiding as much information at all costs waited this long. Why ruin it? Now, it's an emotional film. It's an epic film and kind of want to say, I wanna talk to you guys after we all see it. So they'll be weeks and weeks of conversation about this movie because there are major events in this film. But just know that it's I think it's going to live up to. The hype for a lot of people I've quibbles like I did with Infinity war. But for the most part, I'm happy, and I think a lot of people will be so look forward to that. We'll talk about that on this podcast in the weeks to come. But also, I did get a chance to talk to the vendors and game cast, or at least a much most of them recently..

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"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"jodie" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Bring you back with afterward. You can take it with you, whatever you need. Joe say that because I win. Never mind. No, don't take it and don't take anything on eighteen. And that will definitely get through customs. They They Mahad Mahad and. and here for you. There's, yeah, there's ET, booze movie, posters. Well, what exactly what more can you ask for it in office? Right. Thanks for stopping by those brilliant as you can see, there's no formality to this as cash as we get, but enjoying your time in New York. Well is wonderful. She's still little bits annoying amend room to room and not seeing in New York and hanging out in New York. You'd rather be in a room with a window. Spot a straight. Brilliant. And the thing about Rosie's about such a long time of acres. Finally, now, because comic con it's going to be shown at comic con we getting to share all this hard work because that just suck a longtime companion. So how long ago? Okay. Well, you were cast timeline down when we're you cast cast a couple of months before the reveal. The reveal was in July of seventeen. At the end of Wimbledon the the Wimbledon men's final, we have to just associate with any significant British events. Basically, that's that's the way we do. Yeah, one. Hosted. Roger Federer took that title. Welcome. Yeah, so and then the reveal happened and then two days after that show the region sequence obviously couldn't sneak men befall because it would leak. Spoilers spoil is and then we started shooting on the thirtieth of October seventeen. And we've finished August eighteen amusing because we've had a little a moment breathe or have you had time? I'll say, I'm over a breather on this. Can you do this? Do this. But as lavar and and actually have an there was a really long gap for me of no same broad, Monday, Potosi, and from August until the middle of September. It was too long. Was that was that was brilliant. Agree. Do they say? Or they can toast implies it pretty cool, but I know deep down. Yes to Monday. I'm brought to cool for school horizontally light. Which is not what I would describe you as perhaps lately? No, and neither his broad and neither is mandate. So the guys probably exhausted. Out of all of his. I am not the most Manek what fifty eight year old broadly Walsh is exhausting. IDO him his exhausting OSU, everyone. Everyone in his life. What's the psyche as just a teenage boy trapped inside this grownup. Exterior just fat noises put in prompts in your pockets amid with ya. And you know, phenomenal. Take, I have to go again, always move somethin' round or is pulling a face in the background, but it is the most joyous environment to be in because we are on these incredible set with these incredible people having the time of our life, and we really close and we respect each other and give each of the space to work. But we also have a very good sense of humor. Which is necessary for these long hours, I'm sure. And you're in such an odd and unique situation where it's it would be it would be cruel to go through alone. You need some compatriots to kind of like commiserate with this is crazy. Right, crazy. Obviously from the history of it that Avin threes a look, look thing. You know, not everyone got three Mason it. So I am enjoying every second because always shares shares the responsibility in the energy spread out for the audience to see this through fall, different perspectives and fall very different ones as well. So what's circle round back since we keep going. Looking remains. He's like, keep talking. Could be the voice of the new ET reboot Amanda. z.. Thank you very that money. Audition, I would be very calm. What's your audition? Okay. Reading ET now MS, Jodie Whittaker. AT would have y'all shocks. I. People from gala fry sharks in the moment, so. Okay. Okay. So let's talk to me. What adjectives would you sign too young, Jodie Whittaker. What was she like? Young. Yeah, I would say. Blais energetic..

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