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Cats Hits the Big Screen
"Following decades of false starts the hit musical cats finally reaches the big screen originally based on a poetry collection by TS Eliot a group of felines must make a one to your decision as to which one of them gets a chance to be reincarnated into a new life is one of the same group James cordon Dame Judi Dench chastened Rouleau interests alpha Jennifer Hudson Taylor swift Indian Magellan
New Cats Trailer Out Today
"What have you learned we've got a hot new trailer for the film cats out today it's the first long official trailer we have we have a teaser trailer earlier this year that featured a CG I cat fur and cats with boobs and you know lest you think that disappeared nope is it bowling cat suits there are animated yeah so confuse something feel it's a movie this year by the way an adaptation of the wildly popular musical cats and to the film version features James Gordon Taylor swift Jennifer Hudson injures L. but you're McAllen Judi Dench rebel Wilson and increasing the real low among others you can see counts when it hits the big screen on December
Taylor Swift and Andrew Lloyd Webber Have Co-Written a New Song for ‘Cats’
"Taylor swift has released a snippet of a new song for the new cats film co written with original composer Andrew Lloyd Webber this call this call beautiful ghosts it'll be sung by the white cat Victoria who's played by Francesca Hayward in the film Swiss version we played during the credits at the end Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote the music swift handle the lyrics taking inspiration from the original TS Eliot poetry used in the Broadway musical cats will also star Jennifer Hudson Judi Dench and rebel Wilson it opens December
"judi dench" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"I don't even we are we actually the out of ideas no fully out of ideas yet when I go into pitch meetings or like well. We've heard that idea before well. We got to recycle the when I read that it was you know nobody signed on to do it. Then either previous chasms the water we're doing here. What are we it? Doesn't you know what I want to be optimistic and give it the benefit the doubt I will say though with such a stellar Catholic com one of them it's GonNa be. It's GonNa be a carry diary situation. Oh you think <hes> interesting. I mean it's it's the same concept except after the fact of them before the fact and with none of the same people I think you're right yeah <hes> gossip girl we'll see how that one goes also moving onto the cats trailer which okay I was fully triggered and let me tell you something as a cat owner. I have been defending cats just just in general my entire life and I'm sick and tired. I feel like anybody who's listening to this and like you love cats like I just want you to be proud and like speak up who you are so then when the trailer came out and I'm a musical theater nerd I was like okay Kansas already like an if musical but then when I saw the trailer like the C._G._i.. It was so bad I wanted to throw my phone out the Uber. You know what I mean. I was like I can't I was somewhere between like I can't believe this is being made and I will a hundred percent be seeing this nine different times and I will be high on my mind all of the edibles and go seek. I knew not believe it. I can not close my eyes without seeing Jason Derulo as a C._G._I.. Cat Jason Derulo like literally literally. That's also the funniest music I truly you did a good Jason you so me and my friends do competitions. Sometimes who could do the best Jason. My favorite thing is like when somebody tells you something serious and then I just take a beat and then it just Jason D._J.. Call here are my favorite things. Just do it really inappropriate tied. I love it for anybody who didn't see James Corden Jennifer Hudson Jason Derulo Taylor Swift Idris Elba rebels Judi dench in McClellan Francesca Hayward. It's these people sign on for this. That was my first thing it Judi dench's in it right yeah shooting do what's doing there. I mean they feel like they. They have budding careers. It's all of them. Were like yeah. We wanted to be in the lion king. Let's say to our on saying exactly you know what I think if they would have done it honestly and truly not C._G._I.. Like they were just hand on you like cat costumes doomed and would have done it that way it would have been it would have come all so it's like a siege is what I just saw liking. It was excellent it was C._G._I.. But they were real this is like human cats and some of them are closed and some of them are naked. Why why I do that? I can't so I'm really just giving it a lot of criticism because I'm obsessed the nobody called me for an audition. Honestly that's amazing at the root of this Yada. Yes one hundred percent okay because I have been defending cats just in general my whole life. Let me tell you something when you're rock that Nicole Smith transpired fucking sorry. They'll call some at the cat for cat. That's right that is right. Maybe this isn't really a story. I just wanted to touch Nikko Sony people messages about it. Yes we are very much aware of the face APP thing that has taken instagram by storm. We did around up of it. We did like the future of Hollywood or whatever there were some good ones. There were some pretty scary ones. I'm thrilled that this is seemingly ending I was I was not such a fan of it. I don't know if you want we all found out Russia..
"judi dench" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Kill imagine my parents took me same thing yeah and it's humans painted his cats and they're walking through the the walkways. They get real in your face. They're real wrestling. Oh yes yeah catlike movements so the last time there was a set of backlash. This big for movie was <hes> trailer for Sonic. The hedgehog came out and everybody was so pissed off at what the hedgehog look like. They actually pushed the movie years. Jim Carrey's he's one of the weeds. Oh that's right. They actually pushed the movie a year so C._G._I.. Wise is they could go back in and fix the hedgehog and they like the director came out in in issued an apology. I don't know what you do with this. Because this is done this is coming out. This was probably GonNa oh yeah probably going to be there. They what they thought there shot at some Oscars Oscars and look already Fandango d- God I I'm going. I'm in it looks so fun. J. Hud could probably get best song out of this for the Memory Sung. What's the Real Amazon? I don't know I yeah I don't either. I'm just doing this to Piss you off anyway I could but this I was trying to think of when the last time a human cat movie worked and the last one that kind of shuttered the French Bill Murray wasn't it was animated yeah. Didn't they do a real. No No <hes> was cat and a hat and so oh and that's another is that Mike Myers on so bad they were like man 'cause everybody was like just humans humans as cats or creepy yeah but there's like it appeared that there was James Dame Judi dench. Yes yes yes. I mean there's man Jason. derulo is an interesting one for me. In this Jason Derulo I think thing before he comes on screen. It's mandatory that somebody scream that out yes but he was the only choice that has like really okay. I'm GonNa read to some other comments. I was my Casa off. I was unprepared for how viscerally jarring it would be that the cats have human hands didn't notice that part. Oh Yeah I was real distracted by I was more distracted backed by everything else that was going when they ben that yeah they've got human hands and feet and the rest of them has cats somehow the people this is <hes> Gabe Baker Whitelaw big fan of that name through Hyphen in there appears <hes> somehow the people in cats look more nude than if they were actually nude and that's weird as hell. That's what I got out of it. I could see it would appear to be Taylor Swift's Vagina John. What do you call the vagina bone? I mean the bone yeah toxics pelvis but yeah what do you call that bone can juts out a little bit. The cock sticks pelvis China Bone Talbot's yeah. Oh so it's it's the badge bone okay yep on bone. Yeah Pelvic Girdles is floor. Jamie said offscreen the other the pelvic girdle when I when I can see that through the the human cat body is when I just I was long on that so I don't I don't know I think this is our this generation showgirls..
Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift come out to play in 'Cats' movie trailer
"Twitter is having a kitten over the trailer for the new cats movie features Taylor swift playing bomb ballerina lying back snacking on catnip Jennifer Hudson there as Grizabella providing the new rendition of memories James cordon Judi Dench and rebel Wilson cats to fans seem to find the whole thing for her right name one tweet the coming of that just so I can put this down theaters in December Deborah Rodriguez CBS
Cats 2019 movie trailer released
"Twitter is having a kitten over the trailer for the new cats movie features Taylor swift plane bomb ballerina lying back snacking on catnip Jennifer Hudson there as Grizabella providing the new rendition of memories James cordon Judi Dench and rebel Wilson cats to fans seem to find the whole thing for her right name one tweet becoming of that just so I can put this down in
Kenneth Branagh talks 'All Is True'
"Everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell. You. What's happening at the movies? And we have a movie now called all is true. It is the story of William Shakespeare in his later years. It stars my friend here Kenneth Branagh who also directed it. And did God knows what else, you know? Can I think it's kind of amazing? We were talking a little bit before about when I first encountered you which was you playing a Henry the fifth onscreen, which he directed as well as started Oscar nominations for both things. This was a Henry who was just filled with youth and vigor and was going to take on the world and everything and it was. This fresh vigorous approach to what Shakespeare is. And now, you're playing Shakespeare himself in his later years has that make you feel on usual. Unusual very privileged. Because the in a way, you know, Henry the fifth was a it was an amazing opportunity to have as a young actor, and a sort of virgin filmmaker and really was any possible because there were lots of other equally sorts of adventurous maverick figures in terms of the produces and an all sorts of other people who were taking a chance on me. I remember talking to the late. Great psalm. Go when junior when we were releasing that film in America saying cannot, please please, please. I I know I'm I'm I'm twenty I'm nobody another, but complete can I make two requests on the post police. Could you include two names, one is Judi Dench who I promise you people will know about sued they will know about and the other one pleases William Shakespeare, without whom none of us would be here. Why credit the writer well, just different additional dialogue anyway. But it was he was just too concerned about what was going. To get people into the side. No problem listening to a smart, man. He news who knew his market. But I suppose the send if things I keep sort of saying the same thank yous to people like Judy Dench shoop stuck with me through a journey through shakes. Things have you done with her? I mean we worked about together by seven times. And she's directed me. A couple of times and I've directed her. I've always learned from her and a couple of years ago, we did Shakespeare's play the winter's tale, which was really a prelude to making this film. All is true because she played Pauline a- a woman who speaks truth to power, and she puts my character in that play on a man who makes stupid mistake and loses a child as a result. She puts into the test puts into the sold, and that sort of ten ship became a starting point for Ben Elton thinking about how might Anne Hathaway and William Shakespeare's relation be after twenty years of him being away as the most famous of the agent and coming back to face the family. That's the the whole crux of the story. He's got this wife who he basically has neglected. Fully and two daughters and a dead son memories dealing with. But I always here we know nothing about what really happened in terms of what was going on and Shakespeare's life. So how does this come about that you get to play him at in sixteen thirteen when he's basically retired after the old gulp Peter burns down. He's going on. Well, belts looked at the existing facts factual as we knew them that appear in the Public Record Office. And so you'll find that on on a day in June of sixteen fourteen Joan lane stood up in the church. Holy trinity church in Stratford, and he called Shakespeare's daughter a whore. And he said she had gonna RIA and that she was sleeping with the a man who was not her husband. This is in public record quite clear. Everybody knew about it created a sensation because Shakespeare was returning celebrity and in the case of of someone so creatively prolific to come back to a tiny town. And a long way from London, and and after thirty seven plays in a great success workout, what to do even let alone what to say to a wife and daughters, who as you say been neglected, and who have if you think of in terms of the plays that he wrote we're to have plenty to say about what he might or might not have done or said in his terms. He's gonna he's gonna come to terms with how that sits, you know, the the this idea of what it's like for genius to deal with old and rely was also in the in the core of what we were trying to look at Ben Elton who did this works on in a very humorous way. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. But that's it. He's coming up and people are saying who the hell are you, you know. And I think what again one of the fascinating about Shakespeare's. How elusive he is. You know, there are probably about twenty five about him in the public record of his places. He was things that happened during the course of his life, but many people find it hard to join the. The idea of the fellow we present who may not have gone to drama school comes from a relatively lower class and REO in small country town and goes off into the world and can write plays about Rome and Egypt. And and it's Lee, and and and politics and religion and do so without having had the classical education without being as whether classical idea of genius, lured by remand bad and dangerous to know living glamorous life of public scandal. That sound great. I'd buy some of that. But Shakespeare seems to go pups, you know, exemplify what flow BAC, hold when he described the autistic life and said, you need to be boys watering, your private life and revolutionary in your creative life, and you might argue that about Shakespeare, but but that that that's sort of contradiction tension between the ordinary man and the man capable of extrordinary creative output to me you so touching so point. So Shakespeare because he he often in his own. Own place. He pulls the rug from under the feet of grandiloquent people saying, you know, what? In the end, you're all going to need company. You're going to need help at the end of your life. You're all going to require a you're all you need a support that comes from very simple contact with human beings. It isn't all about being some grand Queen or king. Even if he writes, very well about them his genius. I think he's writing about the nitty gritty in love, isn't it? Yeah. It's kind of amazing that in terms of film television. Whatever we don't really get that much of him. We really don't. So you I'm watching this. And I'm thinking, okay. Here's the he's coming home that heroes coming on, and nobody really wants them. Yes. Everybody's white says really, you know. And also that they were illiterate, basically, women just weren't taught obsoleted. So so a lot Benneton I think to give a modern voice in the film to women who. Had not been listened to. And it didn't matter to them that father, even then was lauded as the as the poet of the age, his, you know, clear and present responsibility as a parent, and as a husband with something that they they challenge, and and they challenge indeed as most families experience, even with the most high-achieving mother or father out there in the world being spectacular comeback to your own, you know, kitchen table, and you're just a member of that family and people are are unimpressed in the tension. That accrues is important one of the things I admire about Shakespeare is that he does come back to stop. But he does he does. He does fess up. You know, he he they stay married, and we investigate and explore the idea of what what it meant when this is true in in Shakespeare's will he left his wife? His second best bed and many people. Regard this great slight or a snob or in front. We take a different view that might have that might actually be a layer of meaning in that that suggest Papp's. It's a it's more than a friendly. Gesture might even be a loving gesture. The title was originally
James Corden Still Thinks He'll Get Fired from 'The Late Late Show'
"I think that you're unbelievably talented. I mean, you've been on four years before that like, I don't think I wasn't aware of you because you were living in London doing plays a lot of theater, and I saw you sing and dance. And do it was like, oh my God. This guy is amazing. So I thought you do very very well right away. Did you think the show would be? You know like received that Oko. No, no, no. No, I wouldn't we came here. My wife, and I our some was three outdoors was twelve weeks when we moved here. And I wouldn't I said to my wife like, we're not buying anything. Like, we rented furniture. We rented account everything in our houses. I was like I'm gonna get fired. And the only thing worse than getting five. We'll be getting fun and then left with a couch. That we've got to get rid of somehow. Right because we'll be on the first flight back to London bright just going. Well, that was a disaster. And I'm I'm not genuinely meant like when did you start buying things at what point did you realize? Oh, the shows doing very well. No, we we know what we bought a house about a year ago. And then and then it was like, okay. If we voted house, you probably account. And so you've been on for years, and then how long how many more years do you have on your contract? About a year and a half. And will you do you think you'll renew or do you do you wanna do other things? Choice. I'm not sure it's it's still market fired. I think that every day. I mean, I came in slow and thought if I come in slow they might go on that's the wrong guy. If I. Speed to the C down to say, no, I'm not sure I've no idea. How long will do it for? We'll see. We'll see how it goes. And you're going back to London to to be in cats the movie right doing the film of the musical. That's amazing. And it's it's a lot of people who's in cats Judi, Dench McCarron. Idris elba. Rebel Wilson Taylor. Swift Jennifer Hudson and. So you may be fired. Go tomorrow. I might be back here by Saturday. Eight flights Emaar nights filming. Yeah. And have you seen cats like a lot like is it pretty much sticking to the play or? Yes. Kind of it's still people being cats and how have you prepared for that? I'm very much, you You know. know, I'm I'm Don Davis. I immerse the character. You know what I mean? So what have you done? I've just been living as a cat. I don't use the bathroom. I have a little tray. And then just. You know, the whole time about that's been me. To see the
"judi dench" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"My attic. Right under the eaves way. You have to kind of cruel on your stomach to get to. And I lifted up a sheet of insulation. I'm sitting very neatly underneath it was VHS type, and it was really dark that. So I couldn't see what was on it. But it looked like brand new been badly been touched. And so I called back out of the attic. And I climbed down the says, and I opened up this yet just type, and it was very clearly labeled as someone sex tape. And the best part about it is that it is labelled as number twenty which makes me wonder if I ever have another leak and have to tighten more insulation out. Will I find nineteen more VHS tapes? Who knows okay? So you enjoy that as much as I did because I had a good laugh about it. Okay. I love you guys. Very too. Yeah. Lou whose sex tape. Do you think it was Kate Blanchett? I was gonna say John Major could be some other British people who notoriously like to fuck Dame Judi Dench. Steady Dench fucks. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. I I this reminded me of a time that I was in like maybe like junior high. I was like feeding some cats for a for a neighbor, you know, some kind of early responsibility. And of course, being, you know, thirteen or fourteen or whatever went poking around in their house, and in a file cabinet found one Pokemon tried to fight Boko Bod cards. Why don't they put him over out yet? What would I ask the gathering, Heather cards? Dude. Can I tell you some shit, and I just found out. Sure, this friend at the flea market. I got a lot of different kind of friends at the flea market or go around to the flea market every month, you may be friends with people the all different kinds of people at the flea market. Definitely all different kind of weirdos. At the flea market like myself, and this dude real cool. Dude makes them don't pottery and his sells jewelry with his mom. This motherfucker had some couple of magic cards for sale and look, oh, the magic the gathering cards. I haven't really looked at those. But my friend Roman Mars podcast had an episode about him the other day, and he goes, yeah. I got half a million have a million magic car half a million magic cards. That's so many magic cards. They made too many. Yeah. Anyway, anyway, I imagine I. That story and I found the an unlabeled VHS tape and immediately put it in. And it was a space porn. Oh. Cering aliens and spaceman way alien. Yeah. People these were human actors holy share like really had you seen. Like penetrative pornography before my my dad had a playboy stash. So, you know, so a lot of like, I've I had seen nude women on ATV's. Yeah. Just the main thing that I assumed sex was a nude woman rides in ATV. And I had seen a kind of like sex positive for couples like, you know, how to please your lover type video. Said I was just in that was just in class set on earth. This is, but no this was the first time I had seen like like, very porn porn. And it was also in space because I remember, and I think it shaped me I didn't I don't remember seeing hardcore pornography intil until the internet was fast enough to deliver hardcore pornography. And I don't think I ever had that until. I might not even have seen it until I went away to college had seen naked people and pictures of things but videos of things, but I very vivid memories of finding my dad's like greatest playboy centerfold. Soft cover book. I guess sure. And that was great loved that..
"judi dench" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Bags presenting road and lady spy. Of the day. I actually you know, what today my D bag is a Dame team D bag Dame Judi Dench later the D bag because she is speaking out in defense of Kevin Spacey. Oh, I didn't know he needed to be defended other celebrity he does because. You know when a person. Gropes the nether zone of multiple people without their consent. And is accused of that publicly. It's important for somebody like Dame Judi Dench to jump to their defense not worrying about any of the victims. Because you know, why Kevin Spacey was nice to her the she wants the world to know that he's a good guy here so Dame Judi Dench said about him really bothered me too. So she said this at a press conference in Spain. She's promoting her movie read Joan eighty-three-year-old danger Dench. I recalls the time after her husband died in two thousand one that she went on set to do a movie called The Shipping News with Kevin Spacey. And she says Kevin was an inestimable comfort. And never mentioned. He knew I was in a bad way. He chewed me up and kept me going. Okay. So he's a stand up guy. He's trying to say when he's not. Sexually assaulting people. Then she went on to attack the bosses of the movie all the money in the world for replacing Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer after these allegations came to light. She said, quote, I can't approve in any way of the fact that whatever he's done that you then start to cut them out of the films. Are we to do what happened when he was replaced? Are we to do what happened when he was replaced with Christopher Plummer? Are we to do that throughout history? Basically saying anytime somebody has done something terrible. Right. Also to this is the part that jumps off the page to me. I can't approve in any way of the fact that whatever he has done that this other thing was done to him. In other words, the movie is more important, then the people he victimized maintaining the integrity of the movie, Honey, come on is more important than all of the young men that he groped without consent. I I need to have a talk with her. She's off. That's not. Nope. We know. Nope. I'm shutting down. That's me. Judy. I feel like I need to have a talk with her. Did you ever number? I mean, I'm gay and she's a Dame. Okay. Call her then. I don't. But I it just it. It hurts me because I love her. But you know, I think there's been this very sort of interesting dynamic where a lot of women of a certain age have been very prickly towards what we would call the metoo movement Angela lansbury, and I hate to just sort of lump everybody into a generational thing. Because I don't think that's necessarily fair women. Are you know, each of those women are entitled to their own opinions and their informed by stuff? But it does seem like it's kind of a thing. And I just I would like to understand it better. Because I to me, it seems obvious right? Like. If somebody is accused of sticking their hands down, the pants of young men without their permission that would be problematic, and there is no guarantee that you should be able to continue your really illustrious amazing career like your great movie acting, and you're really nice friendly things that you do to non pants people. I don't think those are more important than the the potential crimes are like grossness. You've committed rate that doesn't seem hard for me. But it seems hard for some people. Apparently it is. And I think it's probably more about ego. Like because she I think is probably doing what a lot of actors do which is like we can't just raise people because someday the world wakes up and doesn't approve of you anymore. Like well. Okay. Actually. No. We've always never approved of that. We've found out about it. Right. And the point is that. You know, a person's actions. Do tell you about who they are. That is the consequence. Right. Change my opinion about them because when I was in a really bad place. They were nice to me. Well, people can be a girlfriend could be nice not supposed to say those things but Hitler had a girlfriend people. You probably thought he was nice be nice people to some people be horrible people to others. I mean, I don't see that to me is like, I don't I guess I don't find that to be hard to reconcile. Why is that so hard for some people? And I think again, this is Judy Dench is trying to argue through all of history that we can't just erase people from history because she goes on to say are we going to go back through history and anyone who has misbehaved anyway or anybody's broken. The law knows committed some fans are they always going to be caught out. Are we going to extruded them from our history? I don't know we're not going to put, you know, put go get a fire extinguisher and put your hair out because it's not on fire doesn't need to be on fire were saying this guy who was able to perpetrate routine. Systemized systemic repeated sexual assault. Is not going to be able to do that. And this is what's so bizarre. Like, he hasn't been held accountable in a court of law thing. So it's not even that he's being like he's still out there probably making money. He's gonna be just fine. He's just not going to be able to make multimillion dollar movies anymore. Well, and my other issue is, you know, Judi dench's acting like this is like we are that that what happened is such is history. Well, it is history in this end. But the history is now like the stories change. So now the story about Kevin Spacey is going to be he's the guy who did all these great movies. And then we found out that he'd been grabbing people in their naughty bits without their consent, and then he had to not be in movies anymore. And then that is the historical narrative, but she's acting like they what what what are we going to do? Now history has been rewritten. It still happens. It happens all the time and twenty five years from now that's going to be how we tell the story. So that is the history calm down. Be quiet. Always been that way. Billy differences, you need to shut your mouth Judi Dench. But I love you. And I'll I'll continue to watch your movies. Does it have to that? You do not have to be excised from my life just yet. But you're on notice, you know, who else is on notice dancing with the stars. I am very confused because I read this story. And I know you know, you were talking about how you were low of and that John Schneider, even though he can't dance. No, I loved him until I. Loved him because he was from the dukes. Nostalgia liberty blue. And it wasn't the other one. Because other one was touching ladies girls, actually, teenage girls inappropriately talk about that. Now, we can't watch shower anymore. But I saw this headline in people dukes of hazzard. John Schneider says he hopes quote, my children will speak to me again. So I thought well, that's interesting. What drama is in his life that I need to learn about. So I don't know if you saw this part of it but going into ninety two he was safe from elimination. He progressed to the second week. He says I feel good. I'm so excited to be here. I'm hoping that I will do my family proud. I'll do my love over there proud. He said referencing his girlfriend, and maybe my children will speak to me again. What? So then I start reading about his like crazy life, and how did you know, he was in jail recently. I vaguely recall this why? Well, he there's a bunch going on about ordering his wife or his axe to pay to pay her alimony. I'm assuming he was sentenced to three days behind bars. Three months three months ago sentenced to three days behind bars in LA county jail for failure to pay more than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in alimony. He was released the same days initial is initial booking because California's prison system is overcrowded. Then he was ordered to serve an additional one hundred and twenty hours behind bars for contempt. But that sentence was suspended by the court and the condition fulfill a four part list of conditions, blah, blah, blah, including filing back.
"judi dench" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To do with free people a foreign born permanent A-minus list dual threat actress who is an Academy Award winner slash nominee. So a foreign born permanent. A minus lists Duelfer actress who is an Academy Award winner slash nominee. That is one person. Another woman is the other person and the third and final person than this blind item. It will be it will all make sense when I read it to you. It's a disgrace former A-List mostly movie actor. Yeah. Here's your blind item from crazy days nights dot net. This foreign born permanent A-List dual threat actress who is an Academy Award winner slash nominee is joining forces with other women paid by the studio to try to rehabilitate the disgraced former alias mostly movie actor who should stay in exile forever. So really just two people to think about the other. Women there questionable is this confirmed. This is not confirmed because this reminds me of something I've been reading recently from the mouth of Judi Dench. Oh, and the man the actor would be Kevin Spacey. They don't know who the other women are. But I know those two here's your blind item. Judi Dench is joining forces with other women paid by a Hollywood studio to try to rehabilitate this disgraced former alias mostly movie actor who should stay in exile forever. That would be Mr. Kevin Spacey. Yeah. Yeah. She's speaking publicly about her friendship with Kevin Spacey in that. She feels like he was done wrong by being dropped. From the world. Yes. That's thank you. That's the name of the movie. I don't understand what benefit that would have for her ever. Like that just seems smarmy. I mean, presumably it's because she has some sort of personal connection or financial interest by working with the studio or the relationship she might have with Kevin Spacey. But that's just as gross. Yeah. I just I just I in all honesty. I'm always a little bit yukked out at the notion that somebody would go out and say something publicly that they did not believe simply because they were getting paid even if it made them look bad that bothers me. As it should as it happens. So often in Hollywood that it's frustrating. Move.
"judi dench" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Hi, it's me Dame Judi Dench. I'm kidding. It's Ellen isn't weird how much we sounded like though, anyway, welcome to my podcast. We're gonna listen to some of the best moments from the show, and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that I love. They have been with me from every every single show from the very beginning so they know a lot. And if they say anything that I wouldn't like, please tweet me happy listening on today's episode. Nikki Manashe gets personal about her love life, Ellen dozen, impromptu g m a day interview. My boyfriend Mark Wahlberg talks all about a dump truck. My girlfriend, Anna Kendrick, performs the rap. Welcome to our podcast. This is very exciting. Thank selling for that nice introduction. I'm Mary Conley. I'm Andy lasts ner. I'm Ed glavin. I'm Kevin Leman the second. So yeah, we're really excited about this podcast, Ellen Nastase if we were willing to do it and we said, sure and asked her how much we'd get paid for it. And she said nothing. And so here we are. I thought that was a joke when getting a penny for this. Anyway, we're very excited about it and hopefully you'll be listening to us every Tuesday and Thursday where we're going to give you some of the clips that we really loved from the past week show and also give you some behind the scenes of how harsh, oh, gets made every day. We always like to be highly topical in our premier, and nobody seemed to be getting more press this summer in the entertainment world than the Queen herself. Nicki Menaj over her album drop over her Queen radio. She was trending on Twitter and we said, any chance we can get Nikki for our premier and she showed up what I will tell you about Nikki Manashe is that Nikki Manashe does not disappoint. I'm not sure if this is a, this is a easy thing for these guys that to to accommodate or or not, but you enjoy exercising three times a day. Well, I would set what you say. Yes. It depends if you have someone that you don't see on a regular basis, it's not like if you living with the person that you see them every night. But if you see them, you know, like once twice a week and yeah, three times a night when I see you three times a night. Okay. And if you can't hang goodbye..
"judi dench" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Mean, I wonder what it's quote is more than Michael Avenue agent Larry is first of all that she is quoted as saying that and And then Daniel Craig blonde bomb just not that long ago Dame Judi Dench. Let us know and I'm quoting Dame Judi Dench it's an absolute monster Oh okay Have seen him in his white Speedo you say that maybe they had to compartmentalize that experience for us on the big screen. Handle it now last now we've got Jared Leto who last year I remember at the VM as he showed up as like. Gucci, Jesus yes. He did and I believe is band thirty seconds to. Mars performed but porn star Carina Taylor said this about Jared a few years ago that she's been a porn actress for several years and Jared was the most I ever had to. Work, with Now when was Jarad Leto in a porno with Karina Taylor why don't we. Know, the title. Of it really acting days maybe maybe that's what it. Was it'd be and. Then of course last but not least the famous Janice Dickinson from vaginas Dickinson who did she describe that he and zipped his pants in Evian bottle fell out Shack It don't remember give me a decade in which this person was there at the height of the. Data Julia? Roberts is it Lyle? Lovett, no it's Liam. Niessen, oh remember Niessen and.
"judi dench" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Starting you know like judi dench's film career kind of took off later after she'd had this extraordinary career in onstage screen in the uk so you kind of feel like the world is open now to the possibility that you can you convince it each different medium and it's not about one being better than the other just being different i wanted to ask you about that because we are a an awards podcast focused podcast there's something that's been sort of in the back of my mind especially this last year which is this i don't know there's this sense that there's a transition among the bafta film awards specifically because of win they're positioned when they when they air and everything that's going on with award season these days it feels almost like they've become kind of lockstep with the oscars in a way that they don't feel maybe as british friends from you know british film lovers british critics as well as america that they don't feel as british they wanted whereas the the bafta tv awards still feel so song british and i was wondering if as per mutation that you had noticed and what you thought might be going on their own yet totally they felt different worlds really yeah i was there at the tv we'll see how the day and it was yeah it felt incredibly british in a way that the bafta film has hasn't walked off in another direction where it seems to be more globally inclusive especially you know american with american content yeah i suppose so i mean i it it's it's kind of a strange one isn't it as a talking about a woods in essentially a weld of which one has no control and i talked to a very beloved doctor wants who said that people don't win prizes pots win prizes and you can't really you know you it's it's not really something that you have any control over you know i still i still when it comes to kind of awards i'm still feeling i still get angry that olympia coleman didn't win a bafta tyrannosaur all you know i still we will still have a very subjective opinion about these things you know i think it just that in itself highlights if the it's so impossible to pit one creative story against the other you know all kind of it's such a it's such a subjective expressing experience that to kind of make them compete with each other seems almost paradoxical i mean having sent that it was very exciting to attend the baffles after say enjoyed it very much you know but it's it's it's i i still found it i found it just really joyful celebration of shows that had full that year brought so much entertainment and huma and joy and poignancy to to to the uk you know so much of all culture not community is is centered around the stories that we tell each other so i still pinch myself when i'm events like that on my spot someone who has who i don't know who has just four a moment made me feel connected to them in some way in with a coleman with common humanity an un i find in those moments that you know the the i suppose the the fair of the pump and pretension will the egocentricity will the vanity of any any kind of award ceremony that can almost seem at times kind of neurotic and hysterical all everything will fade away and you just in a room with people that you go wow that's the i don't know you and that you made me feel something and how lucky i am to have have had not yet been nominated for a number of awards and attended a number of these ceremonies is there a particular party particular ceremony that that most seats what you want to get out of something like this is that the bafta is at the golden globes oh my goodness i think it well i don't know i.
"judi dench" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To tara private bank of terrorists and high stakes game poker at casino royale montenegro but as you might imagine things are not as they seem starring daniel craig ada green dame judi dench a national treasure as well color of money pool hustling movie revolver that's a guy ritchie film with his come i got to see this actually it's got his staple jason statham can really oda as well cool hand luke gambling movie they had back man sense the two years in a rural prison but he refuses to conform good movie paul newman george kennedy kind of old school i'm giving you one more when i don't know a big hand for the little lady kind of dated by the title right comedy western in which a traveller bets more money than he can afford in a poker game an unusual events follow henry fonda joanne woodward woodward jason robards some big names they're six one seven two five four ten thirty anything to do with gambling and i also asked the question about dui in candidates a felony would you like to see six hundred seven two five four ten thirty against shattered inside hillary clinton's doomed campaign co author was i guess that'll be the podcast available to you anytime it's really an excellent podcasts if i do say so myself artha velez consumer of podcasts and knows not to.
"judi dench" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"I have no sympathy for that but yeah yeah i know i think the movie for for his for what it's worth it does give a pretty good account of everybody side the story i'm on i'm not saying it's one of the best of the year but it's better than i thought it was going to be so have you seen i actually saw victoria and abdul and i thought i was okay i saw that we've known as of okay and allied judi dench but it was just it wasn't even great judi dench it was okay judi dench i think the commercial for the movie pretty much gave us the the moral of the story you know and i'm looking at a lot of these i'm not i'm not impressive you know i can see why people are going to movies the movies are kinda crummy and are coming out and good quantity but the quality like the good ones that are there 'cause i'm looking at the same list as usual like what one big at the golden globes was three billboards outside ebbing missouri that is absolutely my favorite movie of the year frances mcdormand was awesome uh sam rockwell heat his character is one of my favorite characters that other issue me really talented actor yeah i mean i like sam well a lot now like i like the others too i think they're very good actor and directed by a guy who uh who who do a martin mcdonough who's done a few great movies so they they did old ward the quality movie this year but yeah you're right if you just look at the whole list i mean half these things i i've never even heard of or don't have any inclination of seeing and i gotta tell you if they're gonna do this me to staff where they are going to have only women present or they're going to have the mall in blacker they're gonna do all this nonsense yeah then i have to go back to what you and i talked about a couple of weeks ago and that is one of the thinking to make these nondescript awards that are for the best performance by an actor period or if they wanted to change it by performer if they.
"judi dench" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Hey what's impressive well one thing that really bothered us all in this film dame judi dench is an engineer great she's famished i could watch her anything and she has to little lapdogs two those eur one i thought it was too and the whole time i mean i was concerned because i'm like where are these dogs shitting and pissing you're on the train they never shoam going radical talk about kind of like the martian movie right with matt damon where they're like where you jerk oh and when he's watching porn on you ask for lots of bother me about this fell much like the matt damon film why aren't you answering the important questions later yes we know who done it but where these maltese is taking their ships in their pisit because you're around this train for days that's what the next movie will probably be about as one thing when they do a sequel word of the dog shit and purpose when a neat pitch and also like i watch people on airplanes taking international flights with their dogs and i think what will howard those dogs pissing and shooting at another movie a movie about that or a television series year linking years right i thought we could you know i know you have some tv meetings coming up an ideal link network wants to either you could pitch and i thought for the dogs pissing in shitting you could call where do i go where do i gotta go where do i go now let me give you some advice when you when you walk in ugo where do i go and the let me like that's.
"judi dench" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The orient express may from istanbul to calais in the company of more than a dozen other passengers there's the gossipy muchmarried mrs played by michelle pfeiffer with more exposed nerve endings than lauren bacall brought to the role melby cruised turns up as an intelligence special mission judi dench is off scowling imperial as the russian premier off though the supranational livia coleman is disappointingly given less to do for ladies made the male passengers and accented willem dafoe as an eccentric professor nasr junior as dr not who may have a personal connection to one of the other passengers most pleasantly there is in with many enemies name by johnny depp scarred face and a voice of grovonni before long match it will be found stabbed to death compartment shortly after the trial stuck in no drift bagged stranding the passengers and a clear killer could not have escaped and so at the insistence of the train lines excitable director played by tom bateman naohiro takes up the investigation interrogating the other passengers and gradually angling a web of hidden identities and uncanny coincidences the of mounting suspicion and paranoia to some extent works against the actors who never flag campbell but individually they rip into their with gusto josh gad is a special as rachid shifty secretary and mesa to escape triggers an ill advised action seen brana opening up shakespeare for the screen tries to launch of the material with pulpy abbvie beats the early scenes of the train barreling down treacherous mountain names legba from the ice age thriller snow peer sir he trusts christie's say enough not to alter abdou drastically stand fully shown the most compelling angle of this particular who remains its motive turn remorseless criminal who more than deserved his bloody fate uh but acts of retribution don't sit well with paro and after has ceased pondering the krahns logistical riddles he is troubled by its egg publications murderer orient express may be an ingenious parlor trick in elaborate put on but in final moments uh movie offers an unexpectedly seen morally speaking the art of murder isn't always as simple as it appears chang is a film critic for the los angeles times on.
"judi dench" Discussed on WGTK
"All right so there you go strangers on a train trapped in an avalanche with murder of foot somewhere so the world's greatest detective is on this case it is you know verterinary express it is one of the most popular books written by agatha christie and it's been adapted a bunch of times including back in nineteen 74 so that's when a lot of that started and here we go again this time in a johnny depp senate judi dench michelle pfeiffer william to fo penelope cruz that kind of stuff rotten tomatoes gives it a sixty five percent i think that but i think that this is a classic can get your going up against the history of the others that were that were made and i think there's an audience for it whether it's through streaming again waiting till it comes out six months from now or some people go and see it at the movie theater it's pg 13 and it's a a as just the classic it's it's classic because of the themes that we've seen before this nick it's another redo of it which it's it just shows you there they figured well i know we've or they thought they could get an audience anyway and there are different audiences in i dunno may find an audience but to me rag narok is the one that's going to rock the box office continues to do that because there are people after the first weekend who haven't seen it and we're coming again into the time of kids being off from school oh we're just a couple of weeks away from thanksgiving so there's more time and then we'll rock into the other holidays and it's perfect timing for that who knows what the ultimate hall will be at the box office coming up next we're going to haul onto the field and try and nail the score for a game in this week in the nfl we can stay with us no have you business so make sure that they create a.
"judi dench" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"All right so there you go strangers on a train trapped in an avalanche with murder afoot foot somewhere so the world's greatest detective is on this case it is you know murderer anywhere in express it is one of the most popular books written by agatha christie and it's been adapted a bunch of times including back in nineteen 74 so that's when a lot of that started and here we go again this time in a johnny depp senate judi dench michelle pfeiffer william to fo penelope cruz that kind of stuff a rotten tomatoes gives it a sixty five percent i think that but i think that this is a classic and get your going up against the history of the others that were that were made and i think there's an audience for it whether it's through streaming again waiting till it comes out six months from now or some people go and see it at the movie theater it's pg 13 and it's a a as just the classic it's it's classic because of the themes that we've seen before this nick it's another redo of it which it's it just shows you there they figured well i know week or they thought they could get an audience anyway and there are different audiences in i dunno may find an audience but to me rag narok is the one that's going to rock the box office continues to do that because there people after the first weekend who haven't seen it and we're coming again into the time of kids being off from school oh we're just a couple of weeks away from thanksgiving so there's more time and then we'll rock into the other holidays and it's perfect timing for that who knows what the ultimate haul will be at the box office coming up next we're going to haul onto the field and try and nail the score for game in this week in the nfl week 10 stay with us len no have you business so make sure that.
"judi dench" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Great but what is doing amazingly well is victorian opd tool which i don't know if we have ever talked about haven't even seen this movie i saw it back in august oh no and i feel multiple people have mentioned this to me recently as being like it's judi dench movie that suing really won't art houses you cannot counted out and it does at this point feel like to count on a judi dench best actress nomination at leases like an obvious move no matter how creditfuelled is will also it's a stephen frears as i think i've called it on this podcast it's a stephen frears old lady movie and can write that off but like stephen frears old lady movies get oscar nominations so a because of florence foster jenkins did villa meena philomina did you know so and also like i just love that you know between doing a sequel for best exotic miracle hotel victorian abdul being this quiet artist house success like judi dench is more box office bankable than michael fast bender and he deserves credit for that a lot of people are more bankable my profess under this plan rip this noman but you know what she said she's what inner 80s and i see why that movie is doing well uh i think that it has a really i don't know maybe kind of gross approach to colonial you know politics or whatever but um but it it was nice movie and dentures great in it and it's a story that only i think was on earth fairly recently that she even that the queen victoria even had this relationship with this guy friendship so there's a lot of draw there that i think that with a lot of darker things out this fall or or stuff that just isn't connecting like battle the sexes it makes sense that people are sort of going with a tried and true form which is judi dench in a nice stately polite moving period piece is it not only like a seem fears ovadia movie but like it's even for his old lady movie with the sheen of lake best exotic maragos looked like lake liberalism irs like that as associated with it because of this interracial friendship and that.
"judi dench" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And thrillers and stuff but i'm curious to what he meant by that scene which could beautiful could be a little bad but i did get to screen to movies actually that came out this weekend and victoria and abdul one of my favorite movies of this year i loved it to see that i'm a huge fan judi dench tuesday awesome i almost give it a foreign i should have at there is a couple things in the movies that i thought were will in that movie which was a little bit off but on and i was a little disappointed wherever the corgis that's where i won i i was like where are the corgis but on the judi dench perfection i mean just phenomenal i mean she owns this movie and armed it was funny there's a lot of money scenes you think it's going to be this period piece where it's could kind of boring whatever it is not at all um i coulda watched another hour of it i'll be honest with you uh the other movie i didn't screen and um it's posted on our website a talk and petscom under movie reviews battle of the sexes and on that was good it was historical kill amenities went with me who's visiting and she founded boring and she said i was in a lager net time so why do i care about billiejean king and i told her i said you're female in a world of men and as you could see in politics females are still trying to find their place in the world the men both the sara lee and so on and so forth and billiejean king actually pave the way for females and proves it in his movie by what she did um there's some scenes that some people may not like because as you know billiejean king uh was lesbian and armed kinda gets some that and that's the thing that i found a problem with a found too much story for battle the sexes and not enough of the competition because once you got into the game between bobby riggs in her it was hands down unreal i mean so great and bobby riggs was a character on and he did a lot with animals in that's there's several animals in the movies from sheep the dogs to pigs.
"judi dench" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And abdul this new film from director stephen frears dane judi dench plays queen victoria role she previously portrayed once before in the 1997 phil mrs brown the new film focuses on the friendship between queen victoria enter india and serb unturned teacher at duke corinne hollywood reporter cold niches performance irresistible i'm pleased to have the great dane judi dench and director stephen frears back at this table thank hankyu looking wonderful this sounds like an idea that you might have found in a book and said what a movie about new book was written seven years all his stories uncovered the reason no oremans just to end up with this group i ask you about queen victoria wig wait and see how she feel about queen elizabeth and you said she liked very few people principally john brown we have yes career but i think any way in a funny way they still might prove that back seeing that we say about it she said old we are not amused hiking she was quite of meetings you get the impression from the relationship yes you say is that kind of feeling that she cetinje had for albert and figuring round and i'm sure she had it rather people i'm probably loft cry from the affection where does she stand in terms of the memorable characters you have portrayed on screen either fictional or real jobs i now you kind of an uneven is i do and we chose we have into it and then i see and i wanted to change that moment so tell me how you see her when i see it just in terms of the fact that i added opportunity to play her twenty as again so i've done that kind of homework and then suit if i knew that the story about then very very surprised to find they she was when i had eighteen teens as she says a will have friends stein and still the weight of sovereignty showed is there in months and signing it more mortgage every get governmnets it we raised more and more give the gold every day to have to carry out the gouda cheese and quite sadden me this young man turns out and that feeling that the always beaten and that.