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"jude law" Discussed on WTOP
"Aaron. And I'm Michelle bash, a very realistic Peter Pan movie, is streaming this weekend. Tell me. How did you come to Neverland? It's called Peter Pan and Wendy, and it's on Disney+. We went deeper with cuya P of nerds rule the world. Yes, John Michelle. I haven't been excited for a Peter Pan story in some time, but with this one, the trailer, it blew me away. So I saw the film and was like, wow, they got it. We can do CGI like this now. We can make people fly We can do all the things. And this is amazing. Everybody, check it out on Disney+ this weekend. We have Jude Law as captain hook. We have Yara shahidi from grown ish and black ish as tinkerbell. In a cast of unknowns, which I think is great, so we don't come in with preconceived notions. The young cast kill it. It's amazing. It's a fun ride. You know the story. Have some fun and don't grow up. Okay, a movie in theaters is getting some buzz. It's about a martial artist in training who tries to break up her sister's wedding. Tell us about polite society. Yes, Michelle polite society. I was not aware of this film until I started doing some research. It was a Sundance festival favorite instantly got traction and got distribution. When I saw this, I was blown away. It's a film about sisterhood, friendship, family. We have the young Khan sisters, one is an art school. One is getting ready to graduate. The one that was an art school comes back home, gave up on our dreams and the young one was like, no, don't do that because then you're gonna make me give up on my dreams. And then the older one finds love and they're like, no, that's not cool. You need to follow your dreams because we're tied together. It gave me everything everywhere all at once vibes. I love the representation of British Pakistani culture in it. It is so much fun that I absolutely fell in love with it. I'm dying to watch it again and again and again and again and being compared to everything everywhere all at once is huge. We also how that did and I would say this is right up to par, so much fun, such a great story. I loved it. On Skype, that's Korea P of nerds rule the world, which previews the latest in film TV and streaming. Fairfax county is looking for people to work the polls for the primary election in June, the county has opened applications for election officers in order to be eligible. You have to live in the county and be able to serve a full day from 5 to 9. You'll be paid 250 bucks for the day, applications have to be submitted by May 23rd and primary day is June 20th
"jude law" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Trail that came out the other day. It shows the moment Wendy arrives and Neverland. They encounter the lost boys and she sees that some of the lost boys are girls. She says, but you're not all boys. She's very puzzled. And one of the girls shoots back the very woke retard. So? Because women can do whatever men do, so why can't a woman or a girl be a lost boy? It's coming out on Disney's streaming platform, Disney+, it's got some act as you might know. Alexander maloney and ever Anderson, they play Peter Pan and Wendy. You're not going to know who plays tinkerbell, but Jude Law plays captain hook. A lot of people are not taking kindly to Disney's decision to basically shit all over the classic JM barrie's story and they're met. And why shouldn't they be mad? You know, I don't care. I will be streaming just need them to take the girls out of the lost boys, though. I'm so sorry I'm all for girl pal, but the whole point of the lost boys is that they've never seen a girl before. Exactly. I mean, just read the material how could the laws burrows lost boys be girls now? Just name the film Wendy. At this point, forget Peter Pan. Make it Wendy. I got TV onto my left. It's not, there's no volume but I'm watching and I'm watching that we're back to using white people in commercials. Last month, I mean 80 9% of commercials featured black people because it was black history month. Now you got, look, this is the 5th commercial in a row with white people in it. No black people. It's been about medical pills you could take. It's been about insurance. How to fund a new car therapist online. Here's a commercial about all day comfort sandals. White guys on a yacht fishing on rocks, see? See, we're back. The ultimate summer stand, the one by white people only. Oh, we got a black guy now for rocket money. Okay, anyhow. I got to tell you a great story. It's really, I don't know how you feel about the weekend, the singer of the weekend, you know, he's
"jude law" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"Thought that was so funny because Jude Law never looks at most of McCarthy as capable or as good at her job or as a sexual being. And then you have the Italian UK agent for his name. Who is very handsy, but hilarious. And then we have Jason Statham who are both like, you're good at your job. We're pursuing you. And I thought that that was super interesting how if you ignore what traditional beauty standards are, your world opens up. I don't know. I just love to be Italian character. I think it's American standard. It is. I would say other countries don't have the standards we have. You don't have to be pencils. Then, I mean, I think what is it France now? If you have a model and you stop that model where the pencil thin, you can go to prison, like the models have to be natural. They can't be like American American anorexia looking like sickly. Right, yeah. Yeah, definitely. But just to go back to that point again, I can't believe I forgot about what is this name Aldo? Yeah. I was like, he was like, he was always pushing the envelope. Every time he got on screen. I'm tiny. That's my butt. There. I mean, any line that he says, he was just flirting. There is nothing that came out of his mouth. That was non sexual. It was all coated. And he's like the head of the British Secret Service. And you're like, oh my God, is he? Where is he? No one knows. Oh, that was great. It was great. And then Jude Law at the end turns out he's not dead. Spoiler. You faked his death to date Rose Byrne, which was a deep cover, which I was like. You just got caught, dude. Yeah, definitely. Definitely got caught. And then we sort of changed his mind on Melissa's character towards the end. It was just like, too late. Just gonna have a girl's night out. Yeah, we're just gonna go party with 50 cents. That was great. The helicopter scene. He wants me. I thought it was so funny. So because 50 cent, I think at this time, has done some acting before he got to this role. I think he was just in Budapest and was like, guys, throw me in the film. I'm doing a club performance anyways. That was class. It was really good. Yeah, definitely classic. And when she attacked him on stage two, wraps herself around his leg. 50 cent piece. It was a great movie. It was great. I will sit here and quote the whole movie for you guys. Are we doing this? We spoil everything. Oh, yeah, we do spoil. You got to watch. But you still got to watch it, 'cause you listen to us talk, you're like, all right, I got to see this in person. I'm going to watch this in person. Definitely an experience. And for it to come out for it to come out in 2015, it feels like it could come out now. I think, I mean, there are some language that is rough to hear. You get stuck your cheeks in a little bit when Rose Byrne drops the R word more than once. So that does not age well. But I think the storyline, the friendships, the action, I think it's a very fun film. Yeah, definitely. I totally agree. Definitely something you got to watch. Yeah, and there's a bunch of pots in it that you wouldn't expect. Like you're watching the movie and all of a sudden there's like some dumb things that happens, like when he gets in the boat. And he's like, I'm going to go to Italy and they're like, you know, it's a Lake. So there's like a lot of one liners and a lot of stuff that happens. And you're like, you're like, this is just so it's so slapstick, it's hysterical. I mean, that's the part that I liked a lot and went back to the old slapstick style of humor, where it didn't have to be fake. It was just like this random stuff that you wouldn't expect happening happening. Does that make sense? It does. And it's so funny. And I think Melissa McCarthy shines in it. And I would love to see her do more genre films like this. Yeah, yeah. I think she would do really well in that. I want to see her in something. I haven't really seen her in something super serious in a while. I think like, no. Did you watch the one where she's the reporter? Don't hate me or and she's like this reporter, it came out like two years ago. She was very good, very serious. But she did a great job. She's kind of like this reporter who exposes a lot of people. So she's hated. It's like, why don't you like me? Now this name's gonna drive me crazy. But if you want to see her in a serious film, very good. So it's kind of funny you have mentioned like Robin Williams and stuff so like she's like a female version because Robin Williams did a bunch of serious films that, you know, people were like, oh my God, he can serious act. Now the one where he's the psychotic photographer. Oh my God, one hour photo. You mentioned that before. So to be a diverse actor and actress in comedy and comedy where you can actually come off and pull off a serious role, that's amazing. That's true talent, you know? Yeah, and I think she has a, I think she got kind of pigeonholed as a comedic actress, but doing more genre films like this, doing more serious roles. I think she's cementing herself as a powerhouse. I don't know. I'm always fascinated every moment she's on the screen. Yeah, definitely. And it's funny to think that she her first major thing was Gilmour. I know. Yeah. 'cause I was revisiting some episodes a couple weeks back. And I was just like, who is this? Why is she here? That's a funny story. It's your Gilmore Girls head? Not really. Golden Girls. Golden Girls. I do definitely appreciate the use of the language in that show and just like how they could just not breathe with every sentence they're putting out there. Where are you breathing? Dixie Carter. She'll talk as fast as she wants. Right? No, this seems between Rory and lorelai are very incredible. When you say you're revisiting the dialog and the speech of that, is it for inspiration for technique what draws you to it? Honestly, I just put it on because I was just like, let's revisit. Let's just see what's going on. 'cause I never really watched the full series throughout. I just watched pockets of episodes. And yeah, it's just, I don't know what word to put on it, but it just everything flowed together. There was an economy of words being used on that show. And like many shows. Of that high caliber. I would put it up there in terms of scripts and dialog, like really, really high up there. Just because the words weren't, there was no wasted words. Just to make that simple. Yeah, that's really why I like it so much. Yeah, you can always tell a good series. Like when you watch something and every episode has you kind of like, oh my God, this is actually pretty funny. And there's not really many of them nowadays. You'll hit like maybe one or two episodes, and you're like, oh my, this is awesome. Then you hit a third episode and you're like, I could have done it without seeing that one. Then the next one might be good. So there's a lot of hit or miss script being written if that makes sense? I agree with that. I, in my mind, believe it's because people want to fill an 8 to ten episode arc first season, right? So they'll draw you in with the first three, the middle ones are fillers, and then they'll hook you at the end for a season two, right? I think if they had more consistent writing or if they weren't trying to fill certain requirements by networks, we would have more cohesive better every episode is good. I find that you see that a lot like season three of the boys, I don't know, that was the one that first came to my head. But there's even anything that's like one season or two seasons that they're trying to fit. I think that's where you get them just kind of meandering through and yeah, exactly. It's like, why do we need all these filler episodes? Let's get to the point of the story. Yeah, and I think that it harms them more than it serves them nowadays, especially with there's just so much competition nowadays. Whereas in the past, in the age of when Gilmore Girls came out, you could have filler episodes because there were only a certain number of channels in a certain number of shows that you could watch on a daily night, right? So having one filler
"jude law" Discussed on Woz Happening!!!!
"What is happening world I'm your host the wizard of war and Benji was the act. This week, we're going to talk about spa. And we have a special guest who was just on our last show. So welcome back. Welcome back, Durbin's. I know it's been a long time since we've seen you last. Ages. All right, so we're talking about the Paul feig feature spy released in 2015 starring Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law, Rose Byrne, Miranda Hart, Jason Statham, huge, huge cast, very interesting film in the spy sort of James Bond genre. Very much a genre film. But with a fun twist, I have many connections to this film, so I will go last, but what does everyone else's history with it? Jordan? My history with it is I like Melissa a lot. Melissa McCartney. So when her film came out, I was just like, let me check this out. And then I saw who was in the cast and I was like, oh, okay, this is going to either be very interesting or very bad. 'cause, you know, it's always like that. When you have such a plethora of actors on screen. But yeah, yeah, I watched it and I could not stop laughing. Throughout the entire thing. So, yeah, that's sort of my history with it. Nice introduction to the word plethora. I like it. Good job. That's right. Left the right people. So for me, I had never heard of the movie hero actually said, why don't we do spy? It's one of my favorite movies. And my birthday is coming up, and it would be great. And I was like, okay, I'll give it a shot. And I'm glad I did. It was very funny. I actually sat back and watched it and was just dying laughing and I couldn't stop laughing because some of the parts in it with Melissa McCarthy would just be on hysterical and I really liked it. I think it's so funny because what Melissa McCarthy does so well is like this very physical comedy. But at the same time, she's understands timing as well. So I think we have her through these very intense sequences of action and fighting and then she's throwing out these one lines that I think are hysterical. If we can go scene by scene, but I've seen that sticks out to me specifically is when she's fighting the buyer in the green jumpsuit and she like stabs her through the hand. She hits her in the head with the frying pan. It's all very like three Stooges esque, but it's also supposed to be like serious. I don't know, I'm Melissa McCarthy brings us levity to the role, I think that's really engaging. Yeah, yeah, I definitely agree. I was actually watching that team before I came in. And it was funny, 'cause I looked a little bit on the stunt choreographer and how they got everything situated. And apparently it was inspired by a lot of Jackie Chan's 1980s movies, which I was like, ah, that's where it is, because it fits very well with her sort of comedic timing. And then, of course, Jackie Chan sort of physical comedy and physical action. So yeah, that scene was great. It was incredible. It was so funny. And what I like about the movie is that in the beginning, she's very mild mannered. She's very soft spoken. She's kind of trying to figure out who she is. Even though she's developed within her own self, she struggles with her identity and how she presents herself. We see Jude Law making comments about how she has cats and how she's alone and how she's depressed. She gets these covers of sad women from the Midwest. And I think it's very telling of how society views bigger women of a certain age. I think it was no one got the chance to know that she wanted to be an agent. No one got the chance to know that she is super talented in the field. So I think that was super funny and how she continued to prove herself over and over and over again and really the only person I thought besides Miranda Hart who believed in her was Jason Statham, even though he's seen as like this antagonist to her, he's never saying he's saying you're not capable, but that's his own ego because he sees that she's actually capable. And they do work together. Yeah, definitely. I think that they're sort of chemistry on screen. It was great. Especially, especially when you see the behind the scenes featurettes when they were sort of break down after every set of jokes that Melissa would just keep pounding him with. It's like, it was good to see that they had a lot of fun doing it too, which was great. But yeah, yeah. The chemistry and like you were saying like her characterization or struggles, yeah, yeah, I'm totally on point with all that. Yeah. And then I think it's so funny too because then we had someone like Rose Byrne who's very conventionally of attractive. She's supposed to be seen as coming from money coming from this mob family. And she's so dumb. She's actually done. Like, yeah, she's a bitch, but she can't do any anything. She can't even remember anyone's name. That was like my funniest, the funniest thing is that she couldn't remember anyone's name. Yeah, I thought the whole thing was like the premise of the movie is she's a spotter for our natural agent and then as a spotter she's leading them through all this stuff and basically keeping him alive until at one point she fails. And he dies and she holds it on him. There's this twist to that, by the way. I just want to say, no, but yeah, so watching that. And then she ends up having to face this woman on the plane when she tended to be a bodyguard. And when they lose gravity and she's going down and the guy between her legs, the dead body, it was just so funny when she plops to the ground, the guy's like the dead guy's face goes right between her legs and she's like, oh, seriously people. It was great. I mean, in that plane scene, I lost my mind when she started comparing. Her mother to Melissa. I was like, oh my God. That was great. She's like, I'm not like your mother. A Bulgarian clown, I think she said obviously. Yeah, that was hysterical. I thought it was so funny. If you get a chance to watch this movie, after you listen to this review, you're going to be like, yeah, I got to watch it, because it's really funny. It is, and Rose Byrne is, I mean, every line that comes out of her mouth is so funny. Even when Melissa McCarthy is trying to save her like that one scene in a casino because someone poisons her drink. And she goes, oh, do people roofy you often? Yes. Yes. That was great. And it was just like, I think it also is like, she's seen as this high class woman who's like, oh, I'm so hot, of course someone would try to put something in my drink. You don't know who I am, but you? I'm looking at you in this ugly prom dress. She was so biting. It was very fun. It was very funny. Yeah, for me, it was the first time that I realized that rose could do comedy. Because every time I've seen her in other things before, it was more serious things or sort of action packed stuff, but when her and Melissa were going at each other, I was like, I can't. I can't. I need to stop. It was so fun. I thought Melissa carried a lot of what I would imagine from what I've seen Robin Williams doing on set where he's just constant, funny, nonstop, and when people are like, okay, you got to stop. We've got to keep rolling. Keep moving. I find that especially in this film because her moment to shine, and I know this movie came out in a string of movies. Where she was sort of seen as like this bigger kind of funny person. Like that. Spy, and there was bridesmaids, bridesmaids, is the one that kicked it all off. And she does this string of comedy movies, but I think this one she really subverts every trope of being a bigger woman. Because you see her being capable time and time again. And I'm saying this as a huge Melissa McCarthy fan. Yeah, definitely. And I also like to see when they were showing her her training video. When
"jude law" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"The first idea of the movie was a new user that I read on the newspaper that Italian director musician Ricardo muti was invited by the queen, but they didn't find they disagree about the repertoire that Ricardo Modi had to play for the Queen. And so Ricardo would say I don't care. And I was shocked by this news because in my mind, it's impossible that somebody can say no to the queen. And I'll tell you it was a very bold, okay? So I put this news on my notebook and I decided to do a movie about it. I have to say that one of the reasons why I was obsessed with this movie was also the idea to work with Michael Caine. He always has been one of the actors that I had a dream to work with. And I was actually just last, I guess it was last summer at the karlovy vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic. And he was given a lifetime achievement award and I was listening to him as he was chatting with people. And he says that's one of the movies in his whole career that he's most proud of that the work that he did with you on that. And I can only imagine that maybe Tony servillo was a little jealous because it's another great part for an older man, but I guess his English maybe isn't that good. I don't know. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I was jealous of because. The music yesterday the director of opera, and so he always told me over the years I would love to play a conductor and when he found out that I proposed to Michael Caine or to play a conductor, he was, yes, he was disappointed. Well, not upset. Now, you did an interesting thing in after youth, very soon after youth, which was a lot of for many years in history, if a person who made films suddenly was making TV, that meant their career was not going well. These days, it's wonderful. TV is better than ever, but I guess I wonder what made you decide to take a chance on doing TV first with the young Pope in 2016. And then revisiting it, which I don't think was originally the intention, but to come back three years later with the new Pope, both limited series on HBO. I watched the True Detective. The TV show and I was completely I changed the completed in my mind about the idea of TV series. Until the moment, as you said, TV series was a something that it's better to keep distance. It's impossible to work well to do beautiful things. But after I saw through the detective, I thought, oh my God, it's possible to do not one movie but to do a 6 7 wonderful movie so altogether. And because I for the movies, I always wrote the very long scripts and I was forced to cut the many, many means I also thought okay, but I am perfect for a TV series because I have always so many characters stories. And in fact, when I did a young Pope, I wrote a type episodes about that at the end, I did the ten episodes because even then 8 was not enough. So definitely after three detective I changed into my mind. Very interesting. And in American Pope, that's never happened. So that was an interesting idea to have Jude Law playing this guy..
"jude law" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Christmas movie, I thought this was great. It was like a Christmas 8. Regular movie, it's like a fucking infuriating 6. Yeah. The plot was so bad, but with the magic of Christmas, the plot doesn't really matter. It's like the snow was falling and they're drinking out of mugs and smiling at each other. Yeah, and there's like sweaters and it's snowing and no one really has to worry about taxes or anything. There's Eli wall walking up those stairs. Yeah. Well, I like any film that feels like you're also you could be there in the room at a dinner party. Kate ones that has Eli Wallach and all his oldie friends over to they're playing some game. They're just drinking all night and making food. I'm like peanut. Knuckle peanuts. Which is fun to say and to spell. Yep. God damn right. Really? Huh. Yeah. Well, I'm a ThunderDome. And then there's also like the, I want to say the practical magic effect of everybody you see the Sandra Bullock movie practical magic. Everybody loves that fucking house. That's when Nicole Kidman movie. Practical magic. All right, fine. Anna Kendrick? I said senator bullet. With Sandra Bullock and what's her name? Nicole Kidman. Yeah. But the same thing with this film. Cameron Diaz has a super ass fancy house, but I love that it's super awesome. I was like, well she's got the fancy blinds that are open and whatever. But I love the cottage and the I don't know. I like the I guess it's comfortable whenever they have it or more play like whenever they have a setting that they come back to several times in the movie because you have a you build a mental geography like I feel like I know where all the rooms are in that house almost. That I've been there or something, so when I rewatch it, I'm like, oh, this is comfortable. I feel like I know this house. I know this area, I work this oven, you know, all those things. It's got a very a homely vibe to it. It is very homeless. It has a great cast. I mean, I think this movie is very, very well cast, but it's also it feels like this is one of those movies that people sort of owed a favor they got called in for this movie, including Dustin Hoffman. Yeah. It shows up for a cameo. Yeah, in the blockbuster. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, there's just like a lot of Jack Black, love them, Cameron Diaz, lover, but then like Kate Winslet. Jude Law, and then the guy from dark world. One of those websites. It was a Rufus sewell. One of those websites had like a BuzzFeed type website. I came from what the name of it was, but it cracked or something. Talking about movies where actors or actresses look particularly good. And I thought, man, Jude Law is looking pretty sharp in this movie. Do you look pretty good? He's a handsome devil. I was thinking Kate Winslet. Once that? Yeah. We thought this was like a peak Kate Winslet movie? I guess at white and Cameron Diaz too. She's very smiling. She's got a lot of teeth. And all of them are very white. One thing that struck me in this movie that I think I said out loud that no one else was in the room because I'm crazy and I just said it out loud. You want to kiss Jack Black? Well, I'm a big fan of the other guy into HSD. Guys? Yes..
"jude law" Discussed on Cinemavino
"All right. And we are back from our brief interlude. So we're drinking. The first thing was a barter and trade Merlot. I thought it fits the theme of the house swap. Do characters like basically trade their lives back and forth. And getting more than they bartered for in the process. And the second thing we're doing is a glorious Ferrer, holidays, it makes sense to have a little bubbly especially because this movie can conclude that new year's with them drinking bubbly. Yeah. So it kind of fits the theme the movie. It went up my nose. As it does. Gloria Ferrer is a classic California. Again, we're half the active movie takes place. And she was also an actress in Modern Family. You're thinking of a different, that's the name of the character. Now, you're thinking of down, what is her name? I'm an honor name. Have you ever gone? So we were being trolled by Travis. Why didn't we drink? So we're drinking the glory from here. Which I believe is owned by freezing, which is a Spanish one. Joe Manganiello. And so. Are you sure it's not only Ferrero Rocher? Oh, yeah, I'm that too. So yeah, these ones kind of fit the overall theme in the movie. I thought and so we would talk about our thoughts on the movie final thoughts on the movie itself, what we've given on the scale of one to ten. My personal thought is I enjoyed it. On a very superficial level, I thought it was too long. I felt that there were some things about that didn't work that well. But I'm also a sucker for the Jude Law being a father to little girls and being a family man. Mister napkin head? Yeah. Got to you. And as a relatively new dad, I appreciate that aspect of it. That hits home. Okay. But I will. Do you have a cool tent in your son's bedroom? I mean, that's why I was about to say one of the more loaded questions of her. Moving on. But I will say it's like the classic rom coms in where they have Jude Law basically commit like a dick move. So to speak to basically move the plot forward, it's like it's kind of a dick move to have two kids too, like older kids and not dick move birthing children. Yes. And then not telling somebody who you are in love with and want to get serious with about that until she stumbles upon it by accident. That's kind of an asshole thing to do. Also..
"jude law" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Where Robin Williams. His best role was good while hunting. I know I've said it on this before. Jack. But the Latin? When comedic people do dramatic real roles? Jim Carrey. They can kill it. Jack Black, I don't think I've seen that. It's been said a lot that comedy is harder to do than drama. Yes. But that doesn't necessarily mean that comedians are better actors. No, no. It just doesn't. But I mean, I love Jack quack. As an actor, and I think he got to do a little bit of Jack blackness. Like I said, that one scene where he's in the blockbuster or whatever it was a tablespoon. Yeah, just like doing a little bit of doing some riffs and doing some burden. The best line in this is that like, hey, I got you coffees, you can have no dollop or big dog with a little big dollop. Exactly. That's fine. Jack Black moment. That's where you actually got to see him shine through. Well, hello, big dollop is my next Instagram. I felt like this was a very second gear third gear Jack Black. It's like, I'm all for like you said. Earned conventional casting for romcoms. I'm all for that. It's too often. It's like the gorgeous, it's honestly too often the camera Diaz, and Jude Law. It's the two gorgeous people who it's like, yeah, they're unnaturally good-looking. I'm all for the Jack blacks getting in there and doing that. Well, in 2006, he was kind of a big name. Yeah, he was. You know, that was kind of the peak of tenacious D he'd been in high fidelity and School of Rock. Yeah. Oh my God, school rock was huge. I'm all for the school rock, Jack Black, and the crazy the more over the top. Also, I need a sequel of School of Rock. I would do. I would go back to School of Rock. Well, I need him in that role for like 20 plus years and see what I just need like a crumbled haggard teacher that realizes that it doesn't get paid much and he's just like almost as pensions. I gotta put on one more show. I need him to be needing to reach a new crop of students that just tried to teach them the science of rock. And there's going to be a big battle of the bands. And his arrival is Richard Dreyfuss. Mister Holland's Opus. Yeah, and it's like, who can compose the best song for the battle of the bands? Well, you know, he lost the battle of bands. Last time, maybe this is his rocky two. All around the battle of the bands this time. The main thing I remember from that movie was that there was a guy who wore just sleeves as sleeves connected to the back. That was his entire shirt. Interesting. Wait, you want me to wear that? Yeah, just give me your hand. Model that for us. That's a rock. Let's rock today. Fuck. That's right, today. So this movie actually was a big hit that grossed over 200 million, 230 million at the box office. Really? Yeah. Yeah, it's got two huge cast. Actors that are quite huge at the time. And then it's got very close to prime time. Yeah. And so it was a hit. There have been talks of a sequel. They haven't made one, but what? They've been talking about doing another home. Do you know why? Because the ending of the holiday was bullshit. Absolute bullshit. They took the entire conflict of the movie and they just threw it out the window and they were just like, all right, the end. Yeah. And you're like, wait, wait, wait..
"jude law" Discussed on Cinemavino
"At the time, I saw something the other day about some mother was watching the ring with her kids that were of age. And she had to explain VHS and landlines to them because it was a odd concept to them. Yeah. And so to me, in general, it's like you see this movie a lot. It's not necessarily just surfing the Internet, but like watching characters and like on a computer on a database like going through typing through screens and going through menus and investigating stuff, it happens in thrillers all the time anymore. It's like you see characters like engage on their computer and staring and mumbling what's on this music. Searching for something and finding more information into it, boring. And then it's like also characters both of them spend a little bit of time dancing in the House by themselves. And for little musical montages, a little interludes. You know, where it's like. Mister brightside. Risky business moment. Yes. And it's like, this movie is a 136 minutes long, where was your editor during this? This should all be cut out of the movie. It's like there are long stretches like that where it's like, what the fuck is this? This is going on. It was a long movie. Yeah, it's like two hours, 15 minutes. Unforgivably long for a RomCom. I had to take multiple breaks during this movie. I guess I just love it. And it doesn't seem that long to me. Or it's been a while since I've seen it, maybe. I know I watched it last year. And I enjoy it. I do. There was a lot about that I liked. And again, I'm not cold hearted, but it's like this is going on. This should be, this is a good 105 minute movie, spread out over a 136 minutes. Yeah. Both have delightful houses. Let's remind me of Baba yaga's house. You just would think a witch lives there. That's like a stage focus witches. But if I told you the plot of this movie, could you would you expect it to take two hours and 15 minutes? I would not. That should be a tidy little running time. Like, it's not endgame. You don't need two hours and 15 minutes to tell the story. There's nothing about this that they couldn't wrap up faster. Look, here's another thing. I may be biased about, but Jack Black in this movie doesn't make any sense. However, he gets one moment of Jack blackness and that's it. I always love a husky dude that is an a romantic role. I'm like, oh my God, look at my representation here. Yeah, I mean, a score point for all of us, but it's ever been. And that's one thing I wrote down in my notes here was like Jack Black and Kate Winslet have absolutely no chemistry with each other. It is like zero. Okay, Jude Law and Cameron Diaz are decent. Not great. Decent chemistry. But between Kate Winslet and Jack Black, it's like nanny Murray Osman. It's like this, this ain't working. Yeah, you didn't buy it until you never know. Yeah, you know, when Jack Black tries to hard to act, it doesn't come off very well. Like Peter Jackson's King Kong. God damn it. No. Fuck off. And in this, nobody's doing a stellar job of acting, but I fucking love this movie. But still, that's just there's a certain genetic, most comedic actors have..
"jude law" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That song. If I know what is it didn't sound like a musical. Did something. Isn't that awesome? Yes, He's really good. Yash grid. That's funny, Steve, you go to a beauty pageant Sash Queen. Okay. Hold these boob is guest starring on the cover of her next album. Actually a really cool pictures. She's holding a baby. With her bare breast icis exposed on the cover of the album, which is called If I can't have love. I want power, she says. It's a concept album about the joys and horrors. Of pregnancy and childbirth, and she also said it was very important to her that the cover are conveyed the sentiment of her journey over the past few months. The dichotomy of Madonna and the whole that's what it says. It says the dichotomy of Madonna and the horror I don't know how to comment. The idea that me as a sexual being in my body as a vessel and gift to my child are two concepts that can coexist peacefully and powerful e. I love that. Okay, And there's a bare breast for those that are into that. That's exactly right. And listen, if we're going to be adults about it, I understand. The breast. Serves two purposes, One sexual purpose and the other a life giving purpose. Donna, why don't you ever look at me when I'm talking? Well, you were chosen. I don't either. But you put the story is I don't want to know about Baba earlier. She said. Don't look at the picture. If I'm in the room, and then she brought it up on your computer, and all I heard was like, Don't look, Don't look, Don't look. It's like, what is sex scene comes on in a movie and you're with your parents. You're like, Oh, Lord, this actually happened to me with the last person that lived with me. He was like a 21 year old kid. And we were sitting watching a movie or something. And then effects scene came on and I got up and I go. I am not watching sex with you. I think that's why he started laughing and I go. I'm serious. No, no, I'm leaving. I think you should always have a panic Rock. I just know that if you're up and destroy it, who cares? They're like 300 bucks. Now get a new one. Save up. I don't care. But you can't be watching Cold Mountain and thinking you're just watching another Jude Law movie, And then when it happens, you just have to Pulverised the situation. I love that a panic, Rocky, I'm reading that down.
"jude law" Discussed on WBUR
"Antonio Quick talking to Jude Law. My guests on today's art. So, uh, Egyptian filmmaker 18 Armin and film critic and author Guy Lodge. So 18. If you could speak to one of your film heroes about a scene, Who would it be? And what would the scene be? One of them is John Cassavetes because I loved his work, and it's very inspiring for me. I'm not thinking about the particular scene this I'm really very curious about the way he was making his films and at the same time it was all with his wife, his mother his family in there. They were making films in such an intimate way. And I'm really very, very curious. How did this work in the everyday making of the film when you're doing it with your wife, and I'm very curious about this guy? Who would you choose and why? It's kind of obvious name as a hero, but Both for his work and for what he does for cinema. In general. It's got to be Martin Scorsese for me because he's such a champion of the entire art form. I would love to ask him. About countries most underrated film his musical New York, New York, which really got kind of panned at the time, and I think is a is a kind of secret masterpiece. Um And particularly the kind of final very expensive, lavish old school Hollywood number in it, which was called happy Endings. And, you know it's Liza Minnelli kind of at full blast for like 15 minutes, and they poured millions and millions into it. And then the studio hates tooth and cut it from the initial edit of the film, and it was later restored. And I just Love to talk to him about that scene in particular how he felt about how gutted he was when it was kind of panned hand and when then, when he got to kind of restore it to the way he wants it. Oh, that's such a great suggestion as well for people to go and revisit that movie or see for the first time. I suppose I do have lots and lots of stories of what I would like to do. But one day, Sir Ben Kingsley, whose real name is Krishna Vangie, he's of Indian heritage. We were very, very close friends at one point in life like you go in and out of each other's lives, and he invited me to the premiere of a movie called Sexy Beast, which we knew nothing about. And I was sitting next to Krish as we called him, too, Sir Ben Kingsley. Watching this scene, which is such a famous scene now where the worst profanity comes from his mouth. And I remember sitting there going. How can this began? Andy? How can this be the man who played Gandhi? And then of course, the other thing is, you know when your friends with somebody who's just done something remarkable. You do feel too cool to ask them about it. You feel like you can't you feel like that's their work life, So it's a double edged sword. There isn't it well with the arts out on the BBC World Service. Sona. Jabba is one of the biggest names in Gambian music. She was born into agree Odds family, and she's the first female within this traditional form of storytelling to become a core a virtuoso. Her music combines her rich cultural heritage with an accessible, modern style that relates to Gambia in the world today. She spoke to caress Matthews about how her passion for music grew from an early age. I was born into a family that specialized in this tradition, grow your family. These families, um, date back hundreds of years. Um, uh, The genealogy can be traced back to the time of synthetic cater, which is around the 13th century, And since that time, this tradition has been maintained. Within those same families, So there is, I wouldn't say an expectation. But of course, so many people who are born into the family do continue the tradition as a female. Um, it's it's if you're going to go into the tradition, you will be in as a vocalist. That's that's that's more of the norm. For myself, obviously coming into the tradition, and I was taught from very young by my elder brother, who was a student of my father. So this is one of the reasons why I started to become very interested in the core from a really young age, but I really kind of made a conscious decision that I wanted to take it professionally as my career in my teenage years, and that's the time I went to study with my my dad. Pretty intensively and and from there that path started to unfold. I was driven mostly by my dedication to the instrument and the fact that he really was the only instrument that communicated to me on that level. So I wasn't at that point. I was willing to take the challenges as they came. And were there challenges or did it open up quite naturally? Because it's it felt right to have a female professional in this area. Um, yeah, of course. The challenges are there. Um, I think because of the fact that this was a path that was that was mine. That was quite early on as a child. You're very adaptable. Um, so you don't go through so many mental conflict that I would have done. If I was older, however, you'd make those changes automatically and For me as a young person studying which was very normal within the green family. You learn from your family and at the age that I started studying was very normal. However, I personally couldn't go through the usual channels. That or my other relatives could go through as males because of the novelty because of the fact it was not. It's not seen before. I didn't feel comfortable to be in the same environment that the rest of my family would be able to be in. So studying was more of a private occupation for me. I didn't I I see it. As you know, The day that I came out and expose myself as a kora player was a decision. It wasn't natural. It was a decision. And that didn't happen till much. Later. In my twenties, those years throughout my teenage I was it was private. It was only my dad. That really knew what I was trying to do, and supported me through that. And my very, very immediate family. But not beyond that. He must have been astonishing when you decided, you know, I'm ready. I'm going to Yeah. Yes, it was. It was. It was a really important time for me. And I did it again with the support of my dad and my immediate uncles, and they arranged performance in the Gambia. That was the first time that I that I went publicly in in the country with alongside my My male relatives as a as an instrumentalist. Did the jaws hit the floor? What was the reaction? It was a big surprise. I think, of course by then people knew that, okay, She's pushed you and they knew her. That is teaching her. But there wasn't an understanding. Okay, It's you know, to what level can she play? But it was great in sense that you know the family was was really proud that, you know. Okay. Wow. This is something.
"jude law" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence
"Hello everyone and welcome to the g. Wipe freak out. It's recap of all the things that are going to happen for the week of may seventeen twenty twenty one. My name is the heaven. And i'll be filling in for the bruce this week due to his time machine being shut down he's working on getting it fixed and hopefully will be up by next week but for now without the use the time machine. I'm gonna have to guess what news will be coming out this week anyway. That time machine is far too complicated even if it was working i couldn't even begin to know which button or lever to pull. So let's start with the pick of the week for the pick of the week for this week. We're looking at mode doc. A claymation animated series releasing on friday on hulu starring patent oswald for the rest of the releases on monday. We've got the season premiere of sick sad world on the next channel on tuesday. Three hours of flipping between channels trying to find something to watch instead of finishing that house project. You keep putting off on wednesday. The theatrical release of underwater ninja starring jude law and kevin hart for thursday playoff for the nhl. That's the national hacky. Sack league began with a freestyle. Sess- between clem. The rainy and albie frosty doug ferris on. Espn eight. the ohio on friday as said mohawk premieres all ten episodes on hulu next week's geeks under the influence episode. We'll be on the entire season. So check it out if you wanna avoid. Spoilers saturday is doing that project. You should have done on tuesday instead of grabbing some drinks with your newly vaccinated pals and on sunday the sudden heat death of the known universe for gyi news. We've got new episodes of gi nights deeply upsetting beautiful disasters from the mouths of madness and smack my pitch up the shortlist for one. More thing as a failed publicity stunt for the release of doc on hulu patton oswald. The star of the show believed himself to actually be mohawk and began. Rampaging through southern california cities dressed as the character after a nine hour. High speed foot chase. He was subdued with the help of several citizens who chose to dress up as the nemeses of mode. Doc to trick him into submission. Mr oswald is being tended to by health professionals and hopefully will be available for comment shortly. This has been the gi pre-cap check out more episodes of this show and more at gui podcasts. Dot com remember to rate and review on all of your pod catchers and email us at geeks under the influence at gmail.com or us on our hotline number is eight. Oh four or five oh five. Four four eight four. that's eight oh four. Five zero five four. Gi my name is the hobbit and all these things happened. I'm not from the future. I just guessed and be nice to each other. Ipod cast dot com..
"jude law" Discussed on VUX World
"Trends walk and things like that now by by pope. Her housing is harder for sukova designed as as young or may is is the Security sex before resigning cigna they realized would just own guaranteed saying. Aw we could go where they want our does well as they see fit and have the guys are you. Look to doe on the ask liberty lying Of you can say yes or no happens in georgia okay. Do do do feel really nice. That's good. I could do that myself to be honest with put these We've got these lights in the god now but the thing is there's no there's no power so we've got the lights. The plugged in my son's bedroom on wifi ploeg shines blue and the cable goes out of the window. Then cable tied it to the the drainpipe all the way down the house go downstairs and britain string the lights along to the pipe and the only way content on an office to tell an accident to the lights on when you when you in the garden and his dog in the barbecue. You turn lights on you totally forget about it. And sometimes i haven't noticed that they're still on until the next friday on an evening so i could do one of them checklists. Without which is we did a lot of work with on the town. Many said about his deciding asian. Today's one million dollars and we use of privacy by designed to laugh at a heavy young consent connection and kim. What we saints fall off anything's before the accident into into is A super severi That's a huge. Where i think. I had a different type of yet different view foam. And you're gonna take begin with nasally bets out next month and that was a bit of mission has any of this story. i mean obviously. This has roots in accessibility and making Not just technology accessible to general making connections accessible to other people making people's kind of able to access other things like events things so it's roots inaccessibility apple the niche personalized voice. Experience is pretty much like the press. Promise suppose of our own personal assistance. You know if we have electoral google's whatever it should be molded to. Was you know if we ask for the news hour news. If we ask for a calendar should be our condo and all that kind of stuff and how much of this then has a has. Any of this bled over into other areas. Accenture have been working on. You mentioned you. We've been working on like context automation projects. Things has any of this personalization. Ethos kind of bled into other areas. That the you and your team have been working on janaka piddly city Easing off like we use it on not tax is just more on so yes so Language as much as we can of the intelligence with craig's across various You know we ha- assets in Plastics which is going to Which is pretty much show her way between channels and you can use any nlp any which today thanks and Speaker team on so that helps us. You know you when you re hiking wash support. She in more than twenty five channel and be going on pico on south of software to enact. Some of the latest two am seems to Could explain a desire we can and sad we do use any other. Pianist was the depending on the direction. So most of the time we us what feels best uniform lowest than sometime. Know you have to do something falling to speak at than you can bring semis. Bid solution sanctioning waking on things way you have to play with a few of these technologies together and we wrote an auto off to use case is on the platform where we halfway Ostriches while we have previous experience with princes conversational banking with open backing the batch voice expanses that we crafted with industry experts and went off Chains when the begins sessions in the world with the likes of things like that. So we trade those on the repackage the client Focus on this ethic needs of them all.
"jude law" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want
"Wonder Women most responsive to in Denmark? I can only sell from my point of view for me. It's like if a guy is approaching with humor, I mean that might be a cliche but I really really like if you have a good vibe or a good energy between you even if it is texting I speak mostly in about the texting because of coronavirus. I have met people in real life for a year, but for me, it's a lot like when you feel like it's a good vibe or energy or chemistry. That's the most important to me. Yeah. So humor is a big part of that plays a big role, but it's not everything because it's important how he makes me feel like if he makes me feel relieved And his company and like if he's too nervous so you only speaks about himself to impress me. That's a big turn-off. For example. Yeah, so if it's a good balance and if he's open am interested in me and my a good question and a good opening question is always to ask about my passions because then you make me really like feel this is really what I love to talk about and life. You know that then it's very easy to make me feel good in the company. And for sure what about the way that somebody looks how important is that to you? See that's funny because a few years ago, maybe went early Twenties that would mean a lot to me because it was about I was maybe also because of my lower self-esteem back then it was important to show other people that oh, here's a handsome guy that I'm dating right now, but now it's the personality. That's not the only thing but that's really a big deal to me because actually the other day off. Saw the movie The Holiday. I think it's called. Yeah with the jet black. I have the biggest crush on him and I think he is just so amazing. Yes, that's my experience because back days or when I was younger. I would not see him as like dating material, but then I saw this movie and he was just amazing. He was just funny and he had that like playful in his eyes and I think I fell in love the other day. I feel exactly the same way that I would want to date somebody like him just knows how to make me smile when you feel damn. Yeah, I agree with you. Yeah, I wasn't so bad in that movie. I tried. Yeah, I would rather date Jack Black and that movie than jalloh adapt. To be honest. I feel the same way. Yes. I'm here. I know it's weird for me because I haven't said a single word, but my question is what was Jude Law's hairline and that movie I didn't see still have Jason still had their yes. Yep. Yeah, and so if you guys want to date Jack Black over Jude Law, then that says a lot about personal sure definitely even a good hair line. So that leaves actually to my next question that I was going to talk about guys who are bald guys who are shorter than you guys who are a little bit overweight and just be honest. Like honestly just when you date somebody who was going about yes, I have been dating someone who's going bald and I have been dating someone who was shorter than me and I am 167 centimeter. I think that's five feet and six pages and the US so I'm not very tall and then I dated someone who was a little Danny and it doesn't really make a big deal for me interested. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, okay. So there's another thing about you asked me about looks right right balls or if he was overweight. I mean I could also take someone who was a bit overweight birth. Think for me I'm very active person and I think that just wouldn't work because I love to hike and I love to do things together and I really admire guy who takes the initiative and who's not maybe just sitting around all day and so far. That's right. That's interesting is that with balding or with height? It doesn't indicate a lifestyle but overweight and lifestyle genetics, right right genetics also in the way but also lifestyle and so I think more men who are overweight would fall off more easily. No pun intended like fall more easily into the category of rejection just because someone may look at them and say but they don't do the same things. I like to do in rule them out. But what's great about the way versus the balding or the height is that you can change your way you can get in shape and you can do things to elevate yourself in that sense, right? Yeah for sure. Yeah. Yep. I love hearing for spelling you'll do somebody who's older than you especially because you're five six. So that's huge. That means you're dating somebody who's five five or five four and for a lot of guys listening. That's a big here. I am a huge thing. Yeah, but I think that has changed with my age. Like now I'm twenty-seven and yeah, it wasn't always like that but it's because I value other things now, but I really just want to enjoy life. That's wonderful. Yeah. And so if I see for example, I know probably a lot of your listeners are using dating apps what I find attractive on a dating app is if you have more for example that he shows himself in different positions in different circumstances, for example, if they're only mirror selfies that should turn off because yeah when you date someone or a potential boyfriend at least to me, I also know that I buy into his lifestyle and his friends and everything. He he does home. So I call that suicide by selfie. It really is. I know that it really is. Yeah like that when you were 23,000 no never I think never right never but for some reason people keep doing it. I don't understand why I guess it's just laziness. They don't have other pictures. So that's when they do it exactly but that's so many great guys out there and I'm not sure that I have missed a lot of great guys because it didn't do it put an effort into their dating app. And that's a shame. Would you say that a 20-7 you use dating app differently. I'm asking this because the other day I was talking to a 44 year old client who said that after his divorce he was on dating apps and he would list girls that were 35 and up and he would give very few matches and most people were looking for things that were quite serious. But as soon as he opened up his profile and listed that he was open to 21 and up. He got flooded with a ton of messages, but no Also way more ghosting way more girls that would match and not respond back to him. So my question is would you say that when you were younger you were like a bit more loosey-goosey with the apps life maybe would swipe right on somebody but never talk to them. Whereas now do you think that you're dating a little bit more with purpose like you're being smarter and take more time with matching with people definitely say, yes, I when I was younger. Yeah, I could swipe right I think left to a lot of people and then just text with them and then let's see how it goes. But now I'm really really I really think put a lot of thought into who I swipe. So yeah whenever I match with someone now, it's because I really mean it right and so you're open to conversation with yes. What about if that guy that you swiped on just Started a conversation with high because you were so ready already..
"jude law" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Model G. Hadid and singers and Malik are very private about their relationship. They're also very private about their new daughter, who's four months old and G finally revealed. The name of the baby girl shouldn't make it announcement. She just changed her bio on Instagram and it now, says Kai's mom, It's spelled K H a. I For your daughter is named Kai. Weren't they correct me if I'm wrong? They broke up for a little bit right? They did, And then they got back to this. When I met them. I met up at the airport, right? Right. DD dd and saying they're together time Really nice. She was really, really nice. He was very nice, but she was like, overtly nice. I love hearing. You know where she was going out of her way to be nice to colonize something. He was very polite. I couldn't say anything bad about him. But you know when somebody goes out of their way to be nice to a kid and Colin, get a picture of them is really cool. And I was happy. I remember that I have the picture in my head of Zane and Colin and Jane is making like a goofy face. Yes, It's very nice to me. He exudes, like, almost like too cool all the time. But the fact that he got goofy with your son that made me like him even more. Yeah, I didn't get a picture of that one of them. My kid did. Uh, well, you know, weird. Did you do you? Can I get a picture? That would be well? Yeah. And Disney is working on a live action. Peter Pan movie called Peter Pan and Wendy. And we know Jude Law is playing Captain Hook and Blackie Ishtar. Yara. Shahidi is gonna be Tinkerbell and it was just confirmed. Jim Gaffigan is going to play Captain Hook sidekick. It's me. It's so hard for me to say it's me because in my mind, all I hear is Dustin Hoffman in hook talking to us like mistrusts me like I just that it's so hard for me to say, Smee without saying it looks you in hook. No, I wish I was just so many movies as a kid, But not in hook, huh? That would've been great job. Hello, headlines, Man me normals and holding to talk to her. We got happy news. 866544 Maya famine, Valerie, Texas said. We have to take Norma. Over what's going on. What's your happy news? Okay, well, 11 weeks ago, But in November, my 16 year old mess. You got a terrible thing. A mistake. My brother and sister who took into uh, urgent care, they couldn't find what was wrong. They sent him to, uh, blood work came back out Normal. All different types of tests were run, and unfortunately we Oh, no. Just Children. Oh, my gosh! Oh, Norma! Hold on, Norma. Let's take a deep breath again. How old is he? Just 16 years old 16 years old, Okay? Now you called in for Happy news, and I understand you're obviously devastated with this news. He's 16 gets a cancer diagnosis. Where are we right now? What's going on? Well. Last week, he went back for Kingo every time he has chemo. He has to be hospitalized, but they ran all types of test again. And cities. To Amara. Experience and training is that the cancer is undetectable. Now, seven weeks after keeping only 11 weeks after treatment of the cancer, they can't detect it. Yes, that's amazing. I don't know much about that stuff, Honestly, so I'm not short of regular timeline. Is there anything and obviously we don't know what type of cancer You have, but that's a blessing. Oh, my gosh. How's he feeling? I'm so thankful to God into everyone that has been trained with us. Of course, I truly believe this is a miracle. Yeah, it is. How's he doing personally? How is he? You know he's Julian up now, with the side effects of chemo. Uh, one of the king was that he We see suspects the nerves and the nerve on his feet have been affecting and he Actually head and walk for about three weeks ago. It was so painful, but my brother gave me the great news yesterday that he actually got up and walked for the first time in weeks. That's amazing. So the long story short is cancer is undetectable. Things are slowly getting better in this 16 year old has incredible resolve to be facing. This is such a young age. It has an incredibly supportive family and gotten auntie that Had us all scared to death on the radio with her tears, by the way, you know, because you called for happen. He's gonna know what's going on. And just but he's got a great family. Great support team for him, right? Oh, I love it normally hang out. Can I get an address me off here so we can send him a get well card. Yes. Okay. Well, hang on one sec. Hang on. Hang on. That's real life. Real life happens all the time around this, you know, you take a phone call, and you think it's just gonna be Oh, hey, it's happening a little while and then you hear the angst in somebody's voice and hear the joy their voice in the real life of the voice. And it's a 16 year old boy. Any parent out there who's got a kid dealing with any medical issues. I'm speaking to you right now. Hang in there. Say your prayers were praying for you, too. It's so hard. As a parent when your child is going through anything like that. Any medical issues so to the parents of that 16 year old boy were thinking about you as well. And for him. I'm sitting there going what song we play for that young man. No. What could we play for him? I got one. This is good. So for anybody out there going through any medical issues right now, like that really heavy, heavy stuff when the course comes.
"jude law" Discussed on Or Not!
"No gatica kenneka was the best movie. Why us law ethan. Hawke of with worse. You saw a movie with jude lie. We watched so much of it in. Ap bio oh yeah or at least. I've watched science classes. I watch it no okay. You have to watch it. It's the best movie. oh wait. Is this the one where it's invalid where he like. Oh scrubs has already to the. I one of the yeah. Oh that's gatica okay. Yes yes i have seen it. It is like swimming and yeah. Oh that's jude law over. He plays the real chairman. Yeah yeah oh yes yes. Assess i did watch it and i always thought they didn't look anything a lake and i thought it was a really good movie. And it's where they have that scanner that tells you if you're valid or invalid invalid. Yeah yea oh. That's gatica yes. I have seen in the surgery. With the with. Ethan hawke yet an uma thurman cove and now i just remembered why you said gatica style because they chop getting his legs extended his bones. Yeah oh man okay but what. What don't we have in common. We d feel like you're more outgoing. I'm more outgoing. Because we're both not outgoing. You're both so not outgoing. But i do think you are more not nicer. But you are more not familial. What is congenial. Like polite polite going i. I think you're more congenial. Your your i just looked it up pleasant because of a personality qualities or interests that are similar to ones own. I think you are just people probably gravitate towards you more like i think. Even though we don't like other people. I do think that i come off as more rigid than you do. Yeah like because i think. It's the whole like carefree of you. And i'm not very carefree so i come off more stoic or just not friendly. It's funny how you.
"jude law" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Kelly Clarkson Trace Adkins asked listeners and part of our halftime show the FedEx Orange ball. Wow. Now that is not the first time that Ashley Simpson has butchered a performance. Remember, she went on Saturday night live and I believe Jude Law was the host, and he introduces Ashlee Simpson. The younger sister of Jessica Simpson, and she's ready to perform her hit song, but it's totally going to be a lips sing, but the vocals track starts to play starts to skip and she freezes up does like a hoedown dance and walks off the stage. Take a Listen. You're going to hear the vocal track. Begin way too early. And she never says a word Once again, Ashlee Simpson. On a Monday way She does a little ho dance and Dances off the stage. All right, so 16 years ago, the booing at the Orange Bowl again, Speaking of college Bowl games, congratulations, the ball state. Fighting Cardinals of Ball State won the first bowl game in their school history by knocking off unbeaten San Jose. And not so much for Indiana and Notre Dame over the weekend. Notre Dame a game that We kind of figured they have a hard time with against Alabama. You know, the Golden Dome, Ear's against the mobile homers and mobile homers again took him to the Wood shed, although Notre Dame did cover Indiana, though, if you're going to run all that trash talk if you're going to run your mouth about being in the lower tier bowl game You gotta beat up pretty bad old Miss team. But all in all, pretty solid year for the Hoosiers on this date 47 years ago, 1974. President Nixon refused to hand over the tape recordings and documents subpoenaed by the Senate Watergate committee. That was 47 years ago. And every single year since then, Carl Bernstein has said, this is bigger than Watergate. Whatever the big scandal of the moment wants, a squirrel could fart outside of my house and Carl Bernstein right now would say this is bigger than Watergate. Look out. That was 47 years ago and 22 years ago. 1999 Jesse the body Ventura. Was sworn in as Minnesota's 37th governor. Did four years until 2000 and three. Here's the thing about Jesse. He was calling out the media before it was cool. Jesse Ventura was yelling fake news long before Donald Trump wants Listen to this little back and forth. He did on the Larry King show. It was just even tour. It was Oliver Stone. It was I believe representative Connie Mack. They're having a big discussion. And listen to Jesse Ventura giving the media a bunch of crap before It kind of became mainstream. Because the key to Oliver's film is not Hugo Chavez. The key to this film is the lying manipulation of our mainstream media and how they flagrantly lied to us, and I'm a person that knows the experience. Well, he's seeing an independent. You tell me what happened all of our meat this type of when How about when our media used to be the fourth branch of government are media was there to be the check of watching the other three? But our media today mainstream is not that Larry. They are bought and sold. I'll give you samples when I was an independent governor in Minnesota. I wrote at my autobiography When I got in office, the mainstream media accused me of profiteering. From winning that office. Wait. Two months later, John McCain comes through on a book tour and they herald his book. And yet because I don't belong to these two parties, I chastised Yelling at the media. Given the media the business before it was mainstream before it was popular before it was cool. Jesse.
The Streaming Era Has Finally Arrived
"Well if you don't have a big tv now. I think it's time to go get one 'cause you're gonna be spending even more time in front of the tv in twenty twenty one. We're still in the pandemic who knows if it will ever end in everything's going to streaming as you've heard me talk about a lot of first run films going to streaming from warner brothers. They're putting seventeen films on. Hbo max next year now disney has a hundred new projects eighty of them are going to streaming a new version of pinocchio with tom. Hanks and peter pan with jude law. Skipping theaters going straight to disney plus. There's ten new star wars tv series. I mean there's so much out there. A lot of filmmakers don't like theater owners or even more upset but what's going on well. The studio's really always wanted a way to release their films. One to one bypassing the middle person and they finally found it with a pandemic warner says. This is a short one. Time fixed due to the pandemic but one analyst. I spoke to peter. Chatty doesn't see things changing in two thousand twenty two quote. The reality is the genius out of the bottle. And it's not going back. He told me so. People have been going to movies in theaters since the days of chaplin and keaton so why the media companies want them moving the streaming very simple recurring revenue monthly subscriptions really add up. Let's take a film like the original wonder woman shot in two thousand seventeen. It grossed eight hundred and twenty one million dollars at the box office. Subtract the production. The marketing costs and the split with theaters in the studio was left with a profit of about two hundred and fifty million dollars according to deadline so. Hbo max debuted in may fifteen dollars. Monthly currently has just over twelve million subscribers. So what would happen. If hbo were able to bring in say ten million new subscribers to see wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the new film and most of them stuck around. I'm not great at math. But i can tell you that works out to one hundred and fifty million dollars. That's less than the theatrical box office prophets but we're looking at just one month in two months studio. C three hundred million and four fifty and six hundred and on and on it goes but perhaps ten million subscribers is way too generous. The reality is it will be way way less. Maybe a million. Maybe half a million. Maybe two million. The studio won't come close to making streaming. What would have in a huge theatrical release but another analysts rich greenfield told variety that the studio will make less money for the greater good of building. Hbo max this is putting the long term future of the company ahead of prophets. Disney has already hiked the price by a dollar to disney plus effective in march. Two
Blake Lively Transforms into a Spy Bent on Revenge in Explosive 'Rhythm Section' Trailer
"Look at Blake lively and Jude law in the rhythm section based on the mark Brunell novel lively plays a woman whose life falls apart after families killed in a plane crash when she learns it wasn't an accident she vows revenge on those responsible the rhythm section opens January
3 new movies to check out this weekend
"New movies this weekend. There are three new movies one getting the most run I'll tell you the other two first a movie called Gloria bell after getting divorced a free spirited middle. Aged woman jumps back into the dating scene and finds love on the dance floor in clubs around Los Angeles. Starring Julianne Moore, Sean Astin, John Turturro K. If you don't wanna see that you could see the kid a young boy gets caught in the crossfire between the infamous outlaw Billy the kid. And sheriff Pat Garrett thing about both of them. I haven't seen a single trailer on either of those frisk Pratt. Ethan Hawke why met in studio recently, he was in town with a movie about four months ago, and was really cool. Vincent, you free Fritos in that one as well. Now, the one everybody's talking about captain marvel as earth gets caught in the middle of a war between alien races. Carol danvers a woman on international women's. Hero enters the fight after being turned into one of the most powerful superheroes. Starring Brie Larson, Samuel L Jackson and Jude law. That's cool. Very cool. You know, it's just the continuation at the end of 0 wars, we got the teaser for hers. So this is this is the next I guess, we have one more avengers movie. Very nice. I now trailers look really good for this one too. I didn't wanna see it. She'll look stupid. But boy, it's getting rave reviews is already breaking records and talking about a former US air force fighter pilot in the middle of a galactic war. I mean, that's that'll get my mind on how much more International Women's Day. Can you totally international? The I even recognized in the trailer at one point I see her training. You know, she was apparently before becoming a fighter pilot. She's a cadet at the air force academy are working out in her air force account. Wait for it. Now. So captain marvel Brie Larson Samuel L Jackson. Ben Mendelsohn Jude law. That's the one everybody's going to be talking about throughout the weekend. And when you go back to work on
Marvel, Bob Mondello And Brie Larson discussed on All Things Considered
"Time for another marvel superhero origin story, and this film different captain, marvel is a woman she is the first woman in the marvel cinematic universe to head her own movie. Are critic Bob Mondello says as changes go it is long overdue, and it prompts a trip back in time. Those comic book pages that flip through the images of superheroes. At the beginning of marvel movies. Have you look for this one? I'll let you discover it for yourself. But let's just note that it gets things off to a sentimental start. And that won't do for a movie that's going to make sure we know our heroine is tough. So we leaked directly to dreams of carnage and exposition expressed in martial arts job. It's causing down. Vulnerable Jude law's, the life coach Brie Larson the warrior in training who bleeds blue this being the planet of the Cree. She also has a fist that glows red controlling she
Golden Globes nominations and the Oscars find a host...for now
"KCRW sponsors include neon presenting vox, Lux, twenty-first-century portrait of Celeste a pop megastar grappling with a tragic past starring Academy Award winner, Natalie Portman and Academy Award nominee, Jude law academy eligible in all categories opens Friday. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me is Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt we have the Golden Globes nominations out today, and I cannot discuss the Golden Globes without once again, noting what the heck are the Golden Globes. I mean, this is a group of foreign press people, and they are not a big group about ninety. I think is how many there are and they have managed, you know, kudos to them to create this gigantic deal around a bunch of reporters, some of them who I think are not even fulltime reporters may not have been published for awhile anywhere that you've even heard of. But whatever they've made it into this huge deal this huge telecast. And even though it has no connection to the academy whatsoever. It is. Deemed to have influence, so I guess we have to talk about. Yeah. And the fact of the matter is the Globes do matter they're an awards body that starts off the season their their nominations are in play during the very important holiday movie going seasons. So they can be influential on box office, and they are an indicator of the Oscar nominations, and I think this year the big winner from the globe. It's gotta be vice the Dick Cheney movie from Adam McKay, which has six nominations to lead the field. Yeah. I mean vices people thought that Christian bale would be nominated for playing Dick Cheney. But I don't think it had been seen in the best picture category. I don't know if it truly influences, but maybe on some unconscious level this attention does influence, so I'll let you have that point. Again. There are some changes. I do think that the Hollywood Foreign Press has tried to do better. There has been a wrap in the past that they snub movies with African American cats that did not happen this year movies that are in the mix. This year are black klansman. From Spike Lee, Black Panther. Of course, the marvel movie, and if Beale street could talk which is based on James Baldwin story. So those movies are in and that's better one thing that has not gotten better. And this was pointed out last year by Natalie Portman and announcing the nominations no women nominees again in the director category. That is unfortunate. I don't think the Academy Awards nominations will likely have any female directors. Either least how it's playing out right now Tamara Jenkins is sort of in the race for the fertility drama private life that she directed for net. Flicks. There is Debra Granik has leave no trace, but that's considered a smaller movie, and Marielle Heller has can you ever forgive me, which is getting more notice for Melissa McCarthy's performance, and she was nominated today as well. Yeah. Of course, there's khloe show with the writer, which just wanna Critics Award in New York. So that I think might be on the academy's potentially. It's a small. Movie, but potentially on the kademi threat. Our TV is where the most controversy happens, you know, things like succession overlooked, which is a very well regarded HBO series, and you know, certain things that don't seem to make sense, but I'm just going to pivot away from that for second to talk briefly about the Academy Awards after a long delay. The academy has come up with a host or ABC for the ABC telecast, Kevin Hart instantly, there are issues on the internet because of homophobic jokes that Kevin Hart had tweeted unfortunate. But it's a very tough job the academy to find a host. And it looks like they may have overlooked something here. Yeah, he certainly popular and has a lot of movies that people love. So we'll see when that they stay with them. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's Melanie editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include neon presenting vox Lux at twenty-first-century portrait of Celeste. A pop megastar grab. Alling with a tragic past starring Academy Award winner, Natalie Portman and Academy Award nominee, Jude law academy eligible in all categories opens Friday, this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status has a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join.
Margo Martindale, JK Rollings And Remillard Zoe Kravitz discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"This weekend? Here's your box office preview out this weekend is fantastic beasts crimes and Grindelwald wall. The second film and JK Rollings fantastic beasts series in this installment, the title wizard escapes and reassembles his followers with the goal of wizards and witches ruling over all mortal creatures it's up to Dumbledore and his former student to fight this threat to all of mankind. This fantasy adventure stars Eddie red main Katherine Waterston has Remillard Zoe Kravitz Jude law, and Johnny Depp. Based on a British TV series of the same name as widows and on some Ohio. Phil go ridden by gun rose, Gillian Flynn. The film follows the aftermath of a caper gone bad resulting in the deaths of the four would be thieves. Now, they're widow seek to follow in their footsteps and pull off the perfect crime. Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell, Jacki Weaver, Robert Duvall and William Niessen star. And Mark Wahlberg and rose Byrne team up in the comedy instant family. They play a couple who'd. Decides to adopt but finds themselves as guardians of three unruly siblings. Is they get a crash course in parenting, Margo Martindale. Julie Hagerty and Octavia Spencer also star still in theaters Grinch bohemian rhapsody overlord, the nutcracker in the four realms
'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' movie launches this week
"Office preview. Out this weekend is fantastic beasts crimes of Grindelwald, the second film and JK Rollings fantastic beasts series in this installment the title wizard escapes reassembles his followers with the goal of words in witches ruling over all mortal creatures it's up to Dumbledore and his former student to fight this threat to all of mankind. This fantasy adventure stars any red main Katherine Waterston, Ezra Miller. Zoe Kravitz Jude law,
Alec Baldwin Drops Out of ‘Joker’ Movie
"I know that. You guys were. Very concerned about Alec Baldwin being in the Batman movie that. Joker, movie well. He's not. Going to be in that movie he's dropped out. I know. Really already Hilario want him to have. Another child oh my gosh. Right, now she's had five kit four kids with him already that's hilarious elyria. Something with Jude law. Joker, Marino it's the one with working Yes, no Jude. Law is. Not associated with any kind of
The 65mm Woman: Natalie Portman To Star In Sia Musical VOX LUX ...
"Mama. Mia, here we go again. Exactly. They really might go for it and sort of Italy kick the movie off like it'll even some good momentum as enters the false Hollywood Foreign Press. Is this the people that gave lady Gaga her Golden Globe, right? Ready for her second. Like if she doesn't win it, I think there's an they're gonna burn. Think she already one. There was a press release about that. I Richardson up for you at the Venice lineup. We've talked about, we talked about the trailer last week, but I'm really curious about the favorite yoga's slams most movie, but one that kinda snuck in. Don't know. It's going to be other festivals is Paul Greengrass movie twenty two July, which is, you know, just a cheery comedy about the Norwegian terror attacks of years ago. I did speak to a publicist for the movie a couple of weeks ago, and she told me that. I mean, it's her job to tell me it's good. But what she described to me was not just, you know, it wasn't ninety minutes of a terrorist attack. It's actually more about what the what, Norway did afterward to kind of come together as a community and to prosecute the guy who did it Andy. Now given that he's like a Neo, Nazi, blah, blah, like there's some, sadly, some really pertinent relevance to today. So I'm really curious about that. And then vox Lux which is another musical. I think with Natalie Portman, there should just be a musical festival. Actually Br brilliant idea which you know it stars, Natalie Portman as a pop singer. It's billed as a musical name, UB Jude laws and Jennifer, Jason Leigh and directed by Brady Corbett who we mostly know as an actor from funny games and various other things, clouds cells, Maria. But he directed in two thousand fifteen a movie called the childhood of a leader, which was really well received by some kind of sort of pretentious. Art has piece anyway, I'm very curious about that. I feel like that could be like a slow burn, kind of like dark horse contender for something. Maybe Natalie apartment, I don't know and kind of buried a little bit below the films, I guess because this playing out of competition, there's going to be preview of my brilliant friend. The HBO Elena Francais adaptation, which I'm very curious about. I'm gonna go pick a couple of like fancy director titles which got knows when we'll see them. Some of the may come out last year next year, but you've got the first film from Florin handled von Donner's Mark since the tourist, which was kind of his. Follow up to the lives of others, which was this hugely successful German film. The tourist was disaster. So it's interesting this evening could come back there. Jennifer Kesse director of the Babu has a film competition. The only woman with the film with the foam competition, which is its own thing that I'm really excited to see the film from Laszlo name. As the I think he's a Hungarian director who made on of Saul, which was incredibly Graham kind of them the Paul Greengrass style just deep dive into humid privacy of, but he's got a new film coming. So I'm intrigued to see it has to be lighted than son assault. I don't think there's an option, so we'll see what happens with that. The exciting thing about this lineup and the Toronto line which will talk about is that this year was so weird because there really was not a big awards contender that came out of Sundance. There really wasn't one the came out of can. There wasn't one of the south by southwest, really. So like it's just like, I guess we have Black Panther. That's one we think is in the best picture race. But like beyond that, like we're all of this is like new exciting. Like heaven's seen it stuff. Yes..