18 Burst results for "John C Reilly"
"john c reilly" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"In the play. But that's all Phil. And I didn't spend that much time with them. And I don't know if he left our set knowing if the movie would be good or not. I was never sure if he believed in it as much as I did. I believe he believed in what he did. But you know, I was a guy playing music and playing music during actors takes and things and I don't know what he expected, but when I came to New York to have him loop some of his lines because of noise, he wanted to watch all his scenes. And I stood next to him watching his scenes in this little recording studio and he turns to me and he said, so I'm in a place tonight. And it's with John C Reilly and it's called true west. And I'm going to leave a ticket for you. And I'd love for you to come and say hi to me after. Sure. Here to loop you, man. I'll see that play. I love true west. So you go see the play and fantastic, right? And I go back to talk to him afterwards, and there was a whole crowd of people in the hallway, and you knew that Philip Seymour Hoffman's dressing room was at the end of this hall. But he hadn't opened the door yet. He opens the door, and he looks through all the people, and he points at me and crooks his finger. And everybody's looking at me like, why do you? So I walk through and I go into the room, he shuts the door and he goes, he made a fucking good movie, and I'm proud to be in it, and I know what's that movie is going to be, and I really thank you for it. And if I was sick and, you know, quiet when I was doing it, I'm just really grateful to be a part of it. Thank you for making the movie. And then he called the rest of the people and he saw
"john c reilly" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"I'm not judging him, but Jimmy, I really liked it. Yeah, me too. Really, really liked John C Reilly as Jerry buss. I'm sorry if that makes me a bad person, but I liked it. I like mad dog Russo, okay? I like it. So I had a really good time working with him, but he was out on Friday. He was not doing the show. I don't know where he was, but you know, people were on vacation. You know? And so the set was made up of with all due respect to my coworker because it was fill ins. And so when it came to the NBA, I had the floor in that show. And you used it. I turned into a podcast. This is what I did. This is what I did. Now, when you, when you spoke about the jazz in that two minute clip, did you know Rudy Gobert was going to be traded or was on the block where there was a possibility that that was going to happen? I knew he was likely to be traded. You know, you always got to be careful with this verbiage. Right. I was pretty sure he had almost been traded the night before. So, you know, you're never in, you know, that's the thing with covering the NBA. You're never in the room where it happens. Typically, so you're never 100% sure. But that was pretty sure go baron's about to get traded. And so, yeah. You go ahead, good. And there was just, you know, this, you know, the Durant stuff had been covered like intently for 20 hours. And this was something that was very interesting that was a curve ball. You're not always going to be able to generate that kind of storyline. It was sort of a perfect little moment. But I had talked about it on my podcast, the night before, and it was effectively the dry run. And you know, when you do first take and get up in the morning, the studios are side by side. They're about maybe 50 feet apart across the hallway with a bathroom in between. And I normally have to stop in the bathroom real quick. And like literally, it's like almost like a pit crew. You get up ends. One person comes over to handle your microphone, one person comes over to handle your earpiece. You walk to the next set, holding your microphone cord in one hand and your air force cord in the other. And they. Enjoy you both in and bam, you're on. You know, it's like, you know, less than three minutes between when I'm off first take or what I'm off get up and on first take. I don't do it every day, but I've done it many times. And I communicated with the, with the producers of the show. And as we entered, they knew that I had this jazz stuff. And as we entered that segment,
"john c reilly" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Stir the pot. My last one, I can't believe you didn't mention this one. Jeannie buss. Yes. Yeah. Can I read the tweet? You read the tweet, Chris, and then I'll give you my take. Okay, 1111 p.m. on July 3rd. 1111 p.m. PST. So a late night tweet for any New York Lakers fans. I miss KB. He would understand and explain everything that I'm not allowed to. Honestly, he was the greatest Laker ever. He understood team over self. Meaning your rewards would come if you valued team goals over your own than everything would fall into place. All can reply. So this is not a person who tweets a lot. If you go through a hard timeline, I think she has less than ten tweets in the last two months. One of those tweets was on May 14th. Where she tweets something of John C Reilly playing her dad and she says, it's clear my thoughts on this show to see the real story watch the Laker document series come to who later this year. Meanwhile, someone sent me this clip and asked if it's accurate. It is. When a star player and owner align winning happens, heart doctor buss. So now we have, she's done less than ten tweets in two months. Two of the tweets are about an owner and a star player being aligned on their vision on a team. I'm sorry, that can't be a fucking accident. Like, what are we doing? It did feel like it was a.
"john c reilly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The directions that he gave me. All right, now just terrify him right now in this take. Just absolutely. He'd come over whisper in my ear and just so John C Reilly doesn't hear? Yeah, so yes and here just absolutely terrorize him now. And I'm like, okay, Jonah crash. Well, you did. I mean, you did. It's just a fun process and really, really talented folks. And from everybody, everybody, the DP, everybody is really, really good. And Celtics are up next in this story. I'm not talking about now, but back in the day. They're up next in the story. They win next if I'm not mistaken. After we just watched the Lakers win and magic is the MVP, the Celtics are up next because magic gets hurt and then Riley comes in and I can't wait for the scene when Adrian Brody finally slicks his hair back and coming. And he suits. You know that's going to happen. And so just one last question on this, when do you start shooting? When does this happen? When we showed shooting my understanding is late August early September. it. Yeah. Yeah, and we got to come to set one. Dude, what are you doing? I'm going to talk about the crash. And then we come down and shoot a little behind the scenes. And we hold it and HBO's got their own BTS thing, but we can try. And I'll see what I do. That's what I mean. Let's see. So here we go. So you're going to be that we don't ask for it. So you get in the cigars back, you're getting the whole thing back. Well, you know, I have to say, I'm a little concerned about the cigars because I did quit smoking cigars 20 years ago. Were they real cigars? No. No. They have a, they have a tobacco wrapper, but it's a cacophony of crap inside it. It tastes like the bottom of a shoe. It's just not okay. I don't know what they put in it. I didn't want to know. It's horrible. But they make me smoke. On top of it, they have me huff in that sucker. Riley's smoking cigarettes. You can even hear it burning. Like you could hear these cigarettes burning. Now, and you know, I love the way they shoot it, though, and like.
"john c reilly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"If you will a curse of an interview is when somebody feels so comfortable to drop multiple curse words, which is a compliment. I think to all of us, they feel comfortable enough. They forget that there's a live mic in front of them. For anybody out there who might have heard Thomas Jane drop a few F bombs, I apologize and say that's an MP. That's not a Y ping. That's a my problem. That's an MP. Well, that was Burt Reynolds who said that. Well, he was just repeating it. You know, all he said is he's supposed to be effing with Bert. Bert, can you do that? You know, we've heard some bird stories over the years, rich. It could be pulmonary. How about that? Paul Thomas Anderson wanted Bert to play the role without his toupee. And Bert's like pound sand. I think it works. I think that would have been really jarring for the audience. Well, and that's why a director is trying to get Burt Reynolds to perform in a way that you don't expect him. So he would look differently. It works. It would have been weird. It works good. I think this obviously the whole movie. The whole movie is the character. Yeah, but that movie's perfect. It's truly one of the more perfect films. I'm still bugger the Cosmo news. With the firecrackers. Yeah, that the cosmos. I want you personally to be the one to do it. Without for merlina, John C Reilly Mark Wahlberg and Tom. I don't think he was just fine. It's one of those things when you're interviewing someone as well. It's just like, okay, I'm going to ask him. I can't wait to ask him about this scene because I knew Smith Sean Mitchell came up with these dynamite celebrity true or false questions for him. I knew I would ask him about this scene. And I thought to myself, how does he view whenever you hear sister Christian motorin that you think of that scene? You think of that scene, right? And so I'm like, hey, when you're driving in your car and you hear that song, do you think of that scene too? And his answer is where to listen to different stations. Yeah. By the way. Who did reservoir dogs? Boogie nights. Pulp Fiction. Surprise, I almost got a job working for her. I had an interview. One of the nicest women. But I was sitting and say this, one of the biggest music supervisors that has done every one of her movies are insane. Like go and look at her. IMDb. You will, you'll be like, oh my God. Well, you told me, TJ, when Thomas came out and the commercial break beforehand between hours, two and three, I did not see this because I was getting back to my chair. Yeah. Getting ready to interview Thomas Jane in such a way that he would be so comfortable to drop three F bombs in an a hole. He went up, Thomas, Thomas went up to Chris's hand. He shook my hand, and then he had this moment where Mike, he stared at del tufo was like, I know you. And like, yeah, yeah, I think we did something for you. He literally got, have we met? Yeah. Have we met before? Yeah. Yeah, I think so. Back in the day, 61 promotion. And he's like, he definitely have a familiarity with del tufo the second he saw him. So I was shocked. I'm not TJ level, at least of people knowing. At least you didn't say to him, yeah, I dropped you off at Liza minelli's.
"john c reilly" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"The back burner for you? So here's the trick. You know, TV has never been better. So I can't ignore television and a lot of the filmmakers who made those great indie movies of the 90s have now migrated to television. As you know, once you go back to the theater, the movies are all the superhero movies made for a $102 million, and the ones making for $2 million. The Belfast and independent films like that. So that middle ground now, like that $20 million quiz show doesn't exist anymore. You're going to watch that on what's now a limited series. So I find the best television is the limited series. Michael Kate and actor I love I watch dope stick on Hulu. It was tremendous. As far as shows, there's only a handful I cling to, but this is a good month for those shows I love. Better Call Saul's back, Barry's back, and I'm really enjoying winning time right now on HBO. That was that's where I was going. That's what I wanted to know. Are you watching winning time? Are you enjoying it? Should the listeners be watching winning time? Totally. I think if you're a sports fan, you would obviously enjoy, but even if you're not, I think it's really smart and the only thing about Adam McKay is he's so good about the way he does his work. Whether it's a film or television show, different film stocks, good music choices. He loves breaking that fourth wall, looking at the camera, you know, characters commenting on the action. It's satiric, but it's also dramatic. I thought the episode just the era of criminal jabbar was brilliant. I mean, I thought really showed where Kareem was. The fact he was a Muslim, the fact that he loved jazz music The New York Times cerebral, but very moody and aloof wasn't a guy that gelled well. Johnson rallies, great. The back story to Johnson were like getting the role I don't know if you know this. Originally they were going to get Michael Shannon, who's a great actor. I mean, Michael sandin is brilliant. Very intense guy though. They're doing the shoot and like two days, and he goes, I can't do it. He hated the idea of breaking the fourth wall and talking to the camera. He was like, I'm out. So Mike goes, all right, let's get John C Reilly, but he's like literally you've got one day to decide he says yes, Will Ferrell wanted to do it. Him and McKay have been partners for years, but then separated. And so Johnson really tells Farrell, hey, I'm doing the show and he's like, wait, are you kidding? I told McKay, I want to do that. So McKay said blatantly, listen, I screwed up. I should have told him that, but just imagine the show was Michael Shannon who I love, don't really see it. Will Ferrell, okay, but John C Reilly, I think you would agree is a perfect Jerry bus. Absolutely. John C Reilly is so great. And everything. Last thing, obviously I'm a huge Seinfeld guy..
"john c reilly" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"And we have. It really started with the OJ, the Ryan Murphy OJ show, and now it's basically the lifetime, the prestige version of the lifetime movie has come to TV all these different things. And I don't know, you can bend the truth, but how far do you go? I will say that I do feel like with winning time, I feel like they've gone a little too far with some of the characters. I agree, but I will also say the casting is fantastic. It's superb. They have an amazing cast of they really do. The kid who plays match Johnson is amazing. I mean, he really is really jokes like that whole spirit of magic gets time. And of course, John C Reilly is Jerry buzz, he's really playing Jerry bus's ID more than Jerry's himself. Right. The ID of Jerry goes. And plus, he's much older than Jerry buss was at that time. Jerry buss was a much younger guy at that time. I looked this up, he was only 46. I'm 6 years older than Jerry buss was. And in 1979. And by the way, he was a much better shape at that time too. The later Jerry bus looked a little like the way John C Reilly looks right now, you know. I asked, I asked magic once. If bus and half there were at a restaurant together and they both liked the waitress. Who had the better chance with the waitress? And he was like, doctor buss, hundred times out of a hundred. No chance. So I think bus really had it going in the late 70s. And even when you go back, there's a Sports Illustrated story about them. There's an insane, you can Google it, this 1979 Sports Illustrated feature about where he talks about his photo album evolve, like the people he's dated and he's like, I date somebody for lunch and I have a different date for dinner and he's just like, he has 17 crazy quotes at the speed of two paragraphs. Sounds another thing. I don't feel like Genie was just in the middle of all this in 1979 in the Lakers. She really doubt that. Human to business school, she was much more equipped to be working in the Lakers organization which she joined it. She wasn't like an intern like who was this innocent person right out of high school the way they make it look, you know. Yeah, I didn't get that at all. Yeah and she had worked at a couple of places too, you know. So she had more experience than how they're portraying her. So that's big license on that one. And then Kareem, who I think they did about as good of a job as you possibly can do cast a dream. He's 7 foot four. Yeah. What are you gonna do? Amazing casting there. Not finding that. So they've done a good job of cheating at making him seem big, but I actually feel like they could have gone further with the Korean piece of it. Oh, really? Well, he was just like smoldering. Like basically until magic showed up. That was the big thing. He was a guy he didn't want to play the game for anybody in any situation. Yeah. Was that friendly to the media? It was really not that friendly to anybody by all accounts. By all the reporting that was done during that era, I think he loosened up as in the 80s. Yeah, he did. But what's fascinating now is he's one of my favorite writers. These random writers on the Internet. He's like one of the ones I always, when he has a take on stuff, I'm always like, wow, Kareem, another good one. He's really loosened up, you know, I think Kareem, when he was younger, he felt like a freak, you know, because he grew so tall so quick and people gawked at him all the time and he never could have a real life, and even though he was a basketball player, there was a James Baldwin like inside of him that had this different expression and he was always very thoughtful about that. Remember, he was at that press conference with Muhammad Ali, as a freshman in college? Who does that for Christ's sakes, you know? The kid was 17, 18 years old, and he's doing that. And I think he never really fit in in the NBA. He just did, that's not his crowd, really, you know? I remember being a kid and he'd come to town when we had something season taken. So I'm talking 70s before magic. And he was the best player in the league, right? We beat him in the 74 finals, which I don't remember, but you know, he'd calmly play once or twice a year. It would be so exciting. It was like Kareem's gonna be here today. And then he would come. He had the goggles on. He did an interactive anybody. He would go. They'd throw in the ball, sky hook two points, run down the court. You know, defend black shack come down. Skyhook two points. And it was just like, there was no way in with him. Yeah. You know, and that was, I think, one of the reasons why bird of magic, you know, there were other guys that I think that could have gotten behind, but like David Thompson and George gervin. I think from that era really should have almost been bigger. Doctor J obviously was well, he was busy. He was the one. Yeah, he was. Doctor Jay was. He was the one that when you came.
"john c reilly" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Like, what are we doing here? Like, is it everybody's job to give a full biographical accounting of every single fucking subject? That's not how this shit works. And if you think that's how it should, you're a fucking idiot. I'm sorry. That's not what we do. We don't talk about like when people write a book about Richard Nixon. And they concentrate on what he did as a president. And somebody says, well, back in the days, he did bubba bun. This was not a full thing of Richard Nixon. This is like, that's not how you get treated as prominent figures in society. You're not some person being plucked from obscurity, you know, working in a fucking factory and people are just killing you in some artistic depiction. So my big book. Justin, you can take me down. This one, if I'm worthy, if you could sell a fucking book based on my life and you put the work in writing it for me, take my ass down. These are the most exalted people in our fucking society. I'm supposed to cry for Jerry West, depiction on a fucking TV show. That's ridiculous. I will say, if you want the truth, like read the book. Read a read book that any book. And to the extent that the fictionalizations that are happening in this show to me are small potatoes compared to, let's say some of the liberties taken in like the last dance, for example, when you present something as documentary as this is fact, this is like, this is on the ground accounting of what happened versus, again, John C Reilly talking into the camera as he comes out of the Playboy mansion. You probably shouldn't take that stuff a 100% at face value. That is a viewer issue, not a text issue. Yeah, just to be clear, I probably would take more umbrage to Jerry buss being the white knight than I do with Jerry West portrayal. But speaking of books, if you do read Jerry West's book, it does get pretty dark in there. So maybe put that at the top of the list. All right, maybe we'll check back on the show later on. This is technically within our purview. Yeah. Of course it is. We have a podcast. We can talk about stuff. All right. That's it for us this week. We'll be back next week. Same time same place. Thank you to Isaiah blakely on production. We will see you then..
"john c reilly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What industry sweat socks No Show business The voices you just heard they were those of actors John C Reilly and Sally Field Riley playing the role of late LA Lakers owner Jerry buss and feel playing his mom Jesse It's all in the new HBO series winning time the rise of the Lakers dynasty It premiered on HBO last weekend the new limited series recounts the team's dominant decade long run And the bond it created between the worlds of sports and entertainment It's based on a 2014 book by author Jeff Perlman It was called showtime magic Kareem Riley and the Los Angeles Lakers dynasty of the 1980s Jim Hecht co creator writer and executive producer of the TV adaptation while he just had to bring it to the screen 'cause I was in a really bad part of my life It was a really dark time I was like going through a horrible break at my career was not doing well I was super depressed And so I took up meditation not to sound too LA but I just was desperate And in early experimenting with that like I had to start you need to stop trying to write stuff that you think other people would want to see and only do the show that you would want to see And it was the very next day I heard about Jeff's book on the radio And I stood in line I was at book soup at 9 o'clock in the morning when the door is open to buy it when the book came out The first day was out And then I read it you know by 11 and I called my agent And I was like I want to do Friday nights with the Lakers in the 80s and he was like Jim this is the thing that's going to be written on your gravestone So I love that I'm not looking forward to any gravestones but so I grew up there I showed up This is 2014 Easter Sunday 2014 I showed up on Jeff's doorstep in New Rochelle with the tomato a block of chocolate and a bottle of non alcoholic wine And because he had had some stuff option and nothing ever came out of it had zero expectations I was like yeah sure take a shot at it whatever And he said you know as soon as the door closed he turned to his wife and they were like nothing We're going to come out of that And for a while nothing did we got a lot of nose People were like you'll never be able to cast magic and cream But you did You did What went into the thinking of how you had to cast them Because you're not going to these are iconic players I kind of individuals Yeah I mean everybody said it was impossible Were you going to find a guy 6 9 7 foot that can play a basketball and also act on a level that there'll be capable of being in a premier HBO drama and francie maze or a casting director did an open call She found those two guys The second we saw magic on the tape like that's him you see the camera I'm sorry you see the smile and you're like that's the guy And then in Solomon Hughes who plays Kareem we found a PhD you know who's a professor who can capture that intellectual internally internal world of Kareem and had no acting experience because like a natural and just gets better and better and he's the guy's an amazing actor It's just watching genius talents I work because they have no background and they're incredible I state my reputation on their performances Hey take us back as a fan of the LA Lakers Is there a game that you remember a moment in time watching them play that just really stands out for you Yeah it's so funny 'cause it's probably the bad moments I remember the most When they lost to the Celtics in game 7 of the 84 finals I don't want to spoil this stuff Find out if they won or lost but yeah I cried my eyes out of that My dad took me to the finals in 83 and they got swept by the sixers and those are the ones probably unfortunately that I remember the most Those are the ones that stand out you know even with all the wins it's the losses that kind of stick with you And I've talked to some of the players and stuff They say the same thing Always remember the losses more I'm wondering if you know when you go back to your childhood and you think about these games you think about watching him in person you think about watching them on TV and I'm wondering when you were shooting this and actually going back and looking at that footage if any of your memories were kind of very different from what that ended up being Surprisingly I did not remember what it was like to watch Magic Johnson play basketball And when I went back on YouTube I was like you know and probably a lot of people under 30 have never seen him play And it's like it's incredible What he does with the ball sometimes you can't even figure out what he did with the ball to get there And so that was like way better than I thought it was Hey Jim when you look at the NBA today or perhaps the NBA of the last decade where do you see the rise of the 1980s Lakers I mean look Jerry bus changed everything about the way that we experienced sports and entertainment Like he merged the two He created a rock concert at a sporting event The Laker girls came in Yeah there weren't cheerleaders at basketball games I want something like the Dallas Cowboys have It wasn't just the Oregon would occasionally go Charge It wasn't the lights and the he changed the lighting He just lit the cord and kept the rest dark like a concert That's Jim hacked He's co creator writer and executive producer of the new HBO series winning time You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek coming up how to build a portfolio of luxury Our pursuits team on the keys to collecting fine jewelry and.
"john c reilly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"That rich with that. Thank you guys so much for the LeBron rather talk about space jam two or winning time. Or the current Lakers right now. I actually went to a game with some of my costar John C Reilly and Quincy and Jason Clark. I think we went to the pelicans game, oh no. That was not a good game, right? No. That was the one that they came in on Sunday Night and just waxed the floor with them, right? Waxed. Waxed. I mean, I was just like, oh man, this is not looking good. This does not match the show. It doesn't. But we got a championship in the bubble era. You know what I mean? Nobody else can say that they're going to do that. Hopefully, we don't have a bubble again. But of course, right. Yeah, right? But I think they just need to do some reconstruction over there. Right. I'm not basketball expert, but I don't know, so I'm just not John. And we have some crazy talent on our team. I don't know what's going on. You know, I'm so confused. I'm just as confused as the Lakers are. Right. It just gets worse. It just seems to be falling apart. And now the concept that LeBron should sit out, maybe the rest of the year, I don't agree with that. I don't think he will. He's just too competitive for that. You know, and I think that, you know, especially when we witness them come back on the warriors that one year made that crazy comeback. And won the NBA championship. I think he has a fight in them. Hopefully. Wait, what are the chances of us making it to the playoffs? Well, I mean, the plan game right now, right, Chris. You're the 9 seed right now. If the season ended today, the clippers, you play the pelicans and the ten. And then if you win, you play the loser of 7, 8. Timberwolves clippers. Got it. Got it. That plan thing is a little confusing. Yeah, it's playing tournament now. That's it right now. Hopefully man fingers.
"john c reilly" Discussed on The Lead
"And along with some writers from the athletic, you put on your TV critic hat and reviewed the series so far. No spoilers, but what were your impressions of the first episode? So I have only seen the first episode and I know I have colleagues who've seen like the first 8 because HBO shared screeners. And I have not. So I'm watching it at home in my living room with popcorn with the rest of America. And it is entertaining. I mean, it is highly entertaining to watch this era of Lakers basketball that I was not around for come to life in a very vibrant, very entertaining way. No breakfast this morning. Not today. I'm going to buy the Lakers. Ah, no kidding. Tell them to win a championship one of these days. I'll do what I can, Fred. You got it, brother. Welcome to sunny Los Angeles. Great pretends. Shit for fans. You know, I know there's some trepidation around the Lakers organization about being portrayed in this way. Which I suppose there's a certain irony to when you are an organization that has so openly courted Hollywood and identified with Hollywood for so long to suddenly be uncomfortable when it's your turn to be portrayed by Hollywood. But to me, it's only good for the Lakers because it brings to life something that a significant portion of their fan base wasn't alive for doesn't remember. So obviously it's a dramatization and not everything is going to be true to exactly how it happened or not every portrayal is going to ring true to the people who were there. But as entertainment, it really worked for me. I enjoyed it. Well, the show has John C Reilly playing the late doctor Jerry buss, who I think he does an amazing job. And you're left with $15.75 million. Due in cash in 30 days..
"john c reilly" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Up close and personal. There's no pads or helmets for protection. It's just you and these other guys out there trying to get the ball into the hoop. The beautiful thing. And every single one of those guys plays that game with their own unique pizzazz and style. It's sexy. Come on. Come into this two things in this world that make me believe in God. It's sex and basketball. You know? Huh? Honey? Sleeping. The coaching staff is portrayed by actors who, like Riley, can play for comedy and for drama with equal effectiveness. Jason Clark is explosively funny as the temperamental Jerry West. Adrien Brody is a different kind of funny, quiet and sad as Pat Riley. And the actors portraying the well-known Lakers stars, especially Quincy Isaiah as magic and Solomon Hughes as Karim, pull off their impersonations with exceptional flair, off the court, as well as on. One of the nicer surprises regarding winning time is how, as the episode's roll out, other strong actors join in on the fun. Like Michael chiklis from the shield, who cuts a fierce figure as Boston Celtics owner, read auerbach. And another nice surprise is how much attention winning time devotes to its women. From company employees to players, mothers, wives, and girlfriends. They're all given their own chances to shine and have their say. That's especially true of Sally Field, who shows up in episode two, virtually unrecognizable, sporting a blond wig and a long cigarette holder as Jerry buses accountant and mother. When she shows up, both she and John C Reilly as her son start the scene by talking to the audience, then shift into dialog to engage in some caustic mother son by play. I know where the bodies are buried. Because she's the one who buried him. A lot of thanks I get. Make my bourbon and soda. You've had enough. Since when? 1962? You want me all before my time? I did it. I poured you one. You don't have soda. You're just lazy. Gerald. Gerald. And why the Lakers? There's no lakes around here. I can't believe you're not excited. This puts our family in a very elite club, okay? Tycoons. You know the people who actually run the country. Captains of industry. What industry sweat socks? No. Show business. Forget Louis V mayor, we're gonna be the next moguls in this town. You, me, Jeannie, the boys, when they come back, we're gonna be a dynasty. And then you'll be satisfied. I'm gonna be thrilled. Hui, then you'll just start chasing something else. I suspect, because of the cast, the subject, and McKay's approach to the story, that winning time the rise of the Lakers dynasty will draw a large and enthusiastic crowd. Just as the Lakers did after drafting Magic Johnson in 1979. And just like those Lakers, HBO seems to be hungry for more, and already is talking about the possibility of extending winning time for additional seasons. The Lakers won by approaching the game differently. And this new HBO series seems to be drawing from the same unconventional playbook. On Monday show, we talk with David Cyprus, who has been in New Yorker cartoonist since 1998. It's his dream job, but it took 25 years of New Yorker rejections before getting in the magazine. He's written a new memoir. Hope you can join us. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our technical director and engineer is Audrey bentham, with additional engineering support by Joyce Lieberman, Julian hertzfeld, and Al banks. For Terry gross, I'm David being Cooley..
"john c reilly" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"A public speaker. He's an advocate and activist. He speaks at the Democratic National Convention. So you can't half ass it with that guy. And he's 7 foot tall. Right? And so what did we find? Branson went out and found a guy who hadn't acted but played basketball account and had a PhD. And whose dad had a PhD. And is a brilliant guy. And so when you see Solomon on screen, he embodies that internal process that you see with Kareem. He's always thinking, it's deep. You know what I mean? And that's the kind of guy that's Solomon is. But Solomon is probably a lot easier to talk to and get to know. He's an open book as a person. And very warm. And again, those two guys, I could not be happier for them as people because they're just the best people. I can't believe it. And then, you know, just seeing magic and some of the basketball scenes closed and I don't want to give away too much of the end. You're like, oh, okay, this guy played. He played, and that's why I think so many sports movies completely fall apart. It's like you want me to buy in, you want me to believe this, and then the second guy touches a ball, you're just like, all right, it's hard. It's a hard thing, especially when we're talking about guys into this good. I want to pivot then to John C Reilly, who I think is probably one of the most underrated actors of his generation. He can do comedy without being funny. He can do drama, and he kind of drives, he really does drive your story. I mean, it's focused around him as it is as much magic. What was it like? That's a basic question. Let me how do you write to John C Reilly once you know you have him? Will you jump? Because, I mean, that's.
"john c reilly" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Ferrell special. God, what a human being in which the LFC came over join me to talk about this Chelsea affections, the royal football plays in his life. And his dreams have LFC playing in an avant garde two 9 formation. And yes, he does. And yes, he does strip off in the middle of the interview in a way which blew my mind. Let me leave you with a hint of will talking about his Premier League passion. Big, big love for the weekend. Stay warm, stay safe. Here's feral. Courage. Those early embers of football fandom have never left you well. You are a massive Premier League fan. You've been to games and Old Trafford and field Stamford Bridge. Can you put into words what you, to me, the ultimate American sports fan, a door about Premier League football? I just think there are very few fan experiences in all of sport. Like the premiership in terms of the emotion and the immediacy of everyone for 90 minutes going crazy in that way. They're just an intensity level. That's fantastic. What was it like taking John C Reilly? My fellow enormous White Sox fan, an opening his eyes up to English football. John was in his full tweed bowler hat. To match. And we were just sitting there at Stanford bridge, laughing at the chance that the Chelsea fans had. He was just kind of awestruck. The pageantry.
"john c reilly" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Moon base. Aid was fun man. It was absolute blast. I mean you. John c reilly of fred amerson. Those guys were unbelievable. Just absolutely unbelievable. Tim heidegger day. Every single one of them had their own personality and who they were but they all messed so well you see there. Were friends off off off camera which made their interactions on camera so much better and And they were just true professionals and they held me feel comfortable in a world where i did not feel to. Countable is probably the first time. I was really shy on cameraman. I wanna go from this moon. Bay saint washing machine conversation of turn it back a little bit to The day after the super bowl and get to the beginning of your off season this past off season you disappeared for a while. Suddenly you appeared on. Nfl lives on espn. And i'm like oh. Finally we get to see travis kelsey but we've seen it off seasons before where you're active on social media you are popping on interviews here and there. This was a little bit of a different offseason for you. Where did you go first of all. And how did you go through that process of getting over that loss Well the biggest thing is. I didn't want to let anybody think different you know i was. I was embarrassed by that loss. You know. I didn't want anybody to think that i just you know moved on. Life is good all gravy baby and it. It's it wasn't you know i i was very. I was very pissed off in myself. In how i went out there and played in the biggest stage in the world and You know i take that to heart. And i immediately turn it into motivation and working harder and getting better at the game of football and you know that's where we're at right now. You know as off season of that a lot of fire right here in the pit of bit of my heart right now that i that i got to keep showing the world that we are who who everyone thinks we are. And that's dominant force on the football field. We did get to see you on. Espn again last night. Espn two with the manning brothers. What did you enjoy about that in. Let's be conservative or liberal. Whatever you wanna call. Let's say fifteen years down the line is that something may be That you might wanna get into post career. I mean pain. Eli made it made. It be made feel easy. Made it feel like it was a it wasn't worth man so if it feels like that i could definitely see myself getting into it but those guys like i said they make it look easy there so professional and just so used to be in themselves on camera and they're easy easy going with the media and all that it's just It was cooling. It was a fun experience to jump on there. Talk to him about football. And it kinda here. Some of the in and outs on on on the game at what made them so great and one point you thought you're playing the chargers next week this something we'll travis kelsey in season is just so locked in day by day that you kinda just go one one thing at a time. He just try to win win that day. What what went into that. I think i always Mondays are off day. So i always take twenty four hours. Just enjoy the win. Before i get onto anything else. I think that that break Is much needed. Every you're going to have to get into the facility right after a game in you in the recovery room. Getting ice tubs. When the body isn't feeling great. But i was feeling pretty. Good so i just you know i was enjoying the win and when they asked me who we played next week. I just had a new way. The chargers early. I knew we played ball temporarily but i couldn't put together the fact that he was asking me the question because labor ravens next week and i freeze over my head off frees up sometimes out the american century golf tournament and man we ask you ad nauseam. You probably get sick of about relationship with patrick mahomes. So i'm gonna ask you in another direction. What was it like to play with justin timberlake and get to not man tennessee kid. Maybe i'll tell you what my been such a fan of jt and just an admire of his his approach life. You know he's always seems to be you know backing and and helping the right. Bright people are doing the right things and then on top of that. He's making fire music single time. He drops an album. So i i was. I was lucky enough to see him live and in concert out in. La a few years ago and got to meet them Through the the american century and in going and seeing them in concert it's just been it's been cool relationship built over the years through through me just appreciating who he is in me getting being grown up now and him actually seeing me. Do some things that That he can appreciate but nothing but nothing but but a whole bunch of fun on the golf course man. It's gotta be a wildlife. I know that like your boy left. Go got into it. Playing beer pong with post malone and now getting to golf with justin timberlake. It's gotta be. I'm sure pretty surreal. I mean you are very very talented at your craft has ever become normal that you're getting to interact with some of these people that you thought. Maybe you would never interact with as you were growing up without a doubt without a doubt. I think it's mo- mostly at the american century..
"john c reilly" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"But yeah isn't he like a regular there and he's really good. That's what i've heard. He was a pretty good roller skater. It's true and i. I don't know how frequently he he attends this roller rink but I'm so glad that. John c reilly exit. I feel like there's so. Many dads that have been able to connect with their children over a mutual appreciation of john. C reilly. Yeah what a beautiful thing. Dads are obsessed with john c. Reilly the deeper the cut the better. And i understand why i get it okay. So we're in the jazz age in chicago. We meet velma kelly. That's catherine zeta-jones hot. She shows up at this jazz club to do her vaudeville act which she normally does with her sister. But her sister isn't there. And velma is washing blood off her hands and we're like What's what's going on and just and then it's one of the best openings of any movie ever. Oh yeah she's so hot she's so it's like i in our defense. She like her. she's obviously very hot. But like for whole attitude is like like. She's just hot at a very profound. Like in this confident way or like. I'm never going to feel that way. For a second of my entire life. It's so amazing. To just behold it really is it's great and as you mentioned tate digs is also. They're playing the piano. And of aiding all over the place also there is roxie hart. that's renee zellweger. She is in the audience watching velma then she goes home with this guy that she's having an affair with who oh. I forgot to write his name down at fred. Caisley fred casey. Yes casey my ex-boyfriend. Why did you shoot him. I was leaving cetera right. Yes she finds out that fred. Casey has been lying to her about being able to help her break into show biz. Which is her dream. She wants to be just like velma kelly basically yeah Fred case is basically a guy who will like drive you to an open mic and say that he can get you up at the open hike but then it turns out. He's he can't even do her. He can't even get himself up at the open. Mike can you like don. And then you understand her motive for shooting him because that kind of guy. You know china guy. Yeah so he then gets really aggressive with her and physically assaults her so she shoots and kills him yeah roxy then tries to get her husband amos. That's john c reilly to take the fall for it saying that this guy was a burglar and that amos shot him in self defense another amazing number. It's so funny honey. Rock not one of my favorites but still pretty good. I love i love. I love and renee zellweger. Just casting looks at john riley and he's like but what but what and you're like. Oh my gosh someone help this guy out. And then she pushes them right because he is slowly realizing that this guy who has been shot is someone who roxy knows and is having an affair with so roxy ends up getting arrested and getting sent to cook county jail and the d. a. wants to see her hanged for her crime right. That's a big big. Which i guess which i didn't realize like how historically accurate that was at the time to of just the kind of bloodlust that came with normalized hangings in death penalties in the. Us yeah scary so the stakes are high. Yes and in jail. Roxie meets mama morton. That's queen latifah. Who i wanna see an entire movie about her character. I've never seen the stage production of this. I do like in the movie. I feel like i definitely want to know more about mama morton like how did she get start working there. What is her background like. What does she do when she's not working like i don't know. There's i have a gillian questions. And i wonder if there's more to her in the stage production i've never seen it onstage. Love to but yeah like queen latifah just. I mean she was nominated for. I think like everyone was nominated for an oscar for this movie but queen latifah was i think i mean catherine zeta-jones ended up winning and she was also amazing..
"john c reilly" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Because i'm smart because now i'm very diva ish. You have you asian legend. You're the leading show for emmy nominations. You could be a diva year of at least a year of being a diva member pilots. Were actually weird and like george. Jerry sat at different a different coffee shop. Yeah because it was. It was the fucking seinfeld chronicles. Yeah that's what i miss. I missed a good politics. Looks nothing like the actual show. There was somebody rips through. And they're like what the fuck is i mean. Even i will say even the first couple of episodes of the us office. Michael scott and i know like imitating hair like it's the hair different. He was. yeah. I know he went from like but like he was really taken those early. You're like wow so mean it's a mean character. Yeah thank you so much. If you're listening to us right now it's already out on apple. Tv plus go check out. Ted lasso season to rip through season. One if you have it yet. They use them much joining us. This is this has been a blast. Thank you for having me guys through the pleasure. the olympics. imagine if there was an acting team that'd be stupid but or to pretend that's the case. So here's what we're gonna do. We're in draft team. Usa acting indirect. You gotta draft to actors comedy and drama to actresses comedy-drama and then a director and then a director. I'm going to do the randomized or here. It goes ken jack myself trail and the audience. Okay ken jack. I pick for your team. Usa acting and directing team lost. What's our rules here. They they go to the olympics. They try to make the best two movies. Guess right just say that. Just say that. Yeah they get. They get an eight millimeter sony handy cam. They they got a flip cam. Yeah one of the usb stick and built in Shit this sucks i okay. You know what i'm gonna pick Quentin tarantino with first of all good. I wanna have a video movie with very good dialogue. And he's good at writing drama. He's gonna running humor. I want tarantino on my team. Okay t with the first pick. Who's next i'm next. So all right director. I think i gotta go. I gotta go main actor. This'll up the drought. I'm gonna leo a lot of my list. I feel like if you're going to have like acting making debut at the olympics you want like now. I'm pulling back pulling it back. i'm taking makaay. i'm taking mcconnell. Hey i made the wrong phone. Call leo i'm gonna take mcconnell. He just seems like such a fucking american staple he's got the little texas drawl go and taking mcconaughey. That's my usa representative trill. Okay my first pick a. I'm taking Taking john c reilly. Wow yeah because he we. I know we're supposed to take a comedic or dramatic actor. So i think i'm gonna take john c reilly Say he can pivot to both. But i'm going to take him in the community category. I'd smart that's the right move. Because it's harder to fill. But jesse riley courses a legend and then For the dramatic actress taking sewing so audiences next opening. Don't take susan serandon on their list. Could pick it. Susan serandon is on their list now. It's not shocking so our audience. Our this week is mike tucker given a pretty damn good list. there's no like orders. I'm gonna pick the ones. I think out his best picks and i'm gonna do cohen brothers first director Great great great. Pick for either and again comedy or drama Great both of next. I will give them their comedy actor..
John Reilly, actor known for 'General Hospital,' has died
"Actor John Riley has died. His daughter announced his death on Instagram this weekend. Riley was best known for his role is Sean Donnelly on General Hospital. He was 84. We're