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"julia garner" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Number 5 movie question of 2023 about that film you just heard a clip from dune before we get to our final couple of questions about the new movie year. We wanted to share the results from our most recent film spotting poll dune was one of the options as we asked you to choose one 2023 sequel and I'm learning now that maybe we need to put an asterisk there next to SQL, get to that in a moment. Among a pretty large pool of compelling choices, which one is the sequel, your most excited to see. We give them a lot of choices because there are a lot of them coming out this year, and we left some on the cutting room floor. There's just that many coming out. I'll run through them briefly here. Spider-Man across the spider verse. Creed three, dune part two. Fast X, or fast ten, Guardians of the Galaxy volume three. Indiana Jones and the dial of destiny, John Wick four, magic Mike's last dance, Mission Impossible, dead reckoning, part one, or if it was one of those we left on the cutting room floor that you prefer, you could go with other and write it in, how did it come out, Josh? Well, speaking of being over at Adam, film spotting listeners might be over the Fast & Furious franchise. Fast X, less than 1% of the vote, which is also what the category of other got. So maybe one we don't necessarily have to review, even though we have appreciated some of those installments here on the show. With 2% of the vote, it's creed three, 3% went to John Wick four and 4% went to magic Mike's last dance. That one's kind of a surprise knowing the Soderbergh love among listeners. 5% of the vote went to Guardians of the Galaxy volume three, and then a little jump here with 9% Indiana Jones and the dial of destiny. All right, top three vote getters. 14% Spider-Man across the spider verse, 18% Mission Impossible dead reckoning part one, which means dune part two took the poll with 43% of the vote. 43% of the vote. Especially with so many options there. I really thought that Spider-Man and Indiana Jones would fare a little better than third and fourth, but Jeremy B says he who controls the spice, controls the film spotting 2023 sequel poll. I mean, we've got to hear walk and say that, right? We do. If Sam was here, he could nail a walk in dude impression. We all started from Andrew weaver. Indiana Jones iconic. How could I choose anything else? However, I do have doubts. They lie in my hatred for the kingdom of the crystal skull. How could a film starring Cate Blanchett and Harrison Ford end up being so bad? Please, please, please, we can not let that happen again. Hey, I love crystal skull. So I don't know what Andrew's talking about. Billy Ray bruton finally says, all it takes is one look at the trailer and a shirtless Michael B Jordan and Jonathan majors to know there is only one choice here. I love this. And majors is giving a three act performance in a trailer. He is. I've seen that trailer three or four times before other movies in majors is just such a beast. And I mean that physically, but I also mean that in terms of his acting prowess, he is a formidable presence on screen. So I get what you're throwing down there, Billy Ray bruton. Let's get back to our 2023 movie preview so far looking at those 9 different titles we gave you. Only one of them has come up dune part two. We'll see if that changes with these final two questions, Josh, what do you have? Well, my number two question decidedly doesn't involve a sequel. Will kitty green's the royal hotel get a white lotus bump or are we all feeling stuffed from too much eating the rich? After tiring of everyone around us talking about the HBO series, the white lotus Debbie and I finally gave in recently watched season one. This is creator Mike white's cataloging of the privileged foibles of gas at a Hawaiian luxury resort. White lotus certainly fits in with the eat the rich trend that we saw at the movies last year. I'm thinking of triangle of sadness. The best picture nominated. I should say triangle of sadness. Ryan Johnson's glass onion, the recently released the menu also probably others I'm not thinking of. I'm not sure if this trend is going to help or hurt the royal hotel, which is writer, director kitty green's follow-up to the excellent the assistant. That was her atmospheric account of working for an abusive film producer in the manner of Harvey Weinstein. Now, the assistance Julia Garner returns for the royal hotel, which follows two friends who take a working holiday at a resort. That's known for cycling through young female employees. Jessica henwick from glass onion, costars, as does Hugo weaving. The assistant made my top ten list in 2020, so whatever green did next was going to be highly anticipated by me. So whatever the topic eat the rich or not, I am in. There is no release date yet for the royal hotel, but neon has acquired the distribution rights. So that bodes well for its release. Yeah, maybe that's why I missed that one didn't see it listed among the titles with a set release date, so not eligible for my list, but based on the assistant and kitty green Julia Garner re teaming. I'm with you on being very interested in that film. We already heard my number two earlier in the show. So we're going to go back to my number three question of the movie year. And that is, could David Gordon green, please sell his soul to the devil so that he can make interesting movies again? I can't believe this is happening. AKA, could the exorcist actually be good? I'm going from a movie with the 1971 connection was talking about Wonka, their previously to a movie with the 1973 connection. David Gordon green just wrapped up that trilogy of Halloween reheats Halloween, then Halloween kills that Halloween ends. I think that's how it goes, right? And the last one? Let's just assume. It seems they were all relative box offices successes, if not critical ones. And now he's turning to what I think is the greatest horror film ever made.
"julia garner" Discussed on WTOP
"Highs near 80, and a good deal of sunshine for Wednesday and Thursday, once again, low humidity on highs around 80. I'm storm team four, meteorologist makes Jennifer. So right now let's talk about where some of this precipitation is. We still have a couple of lines of precip extending from the south central PA border, a generally through Frederick county at this point into loudoun county and then into folk here and beyond. Also, a line ahead of it that is reaching into western fairfax county and extending south of there. So we'll be watching this for you all afternoon. Actually, the line starts just south near Prince William county. Temperature wise 84 at the war of 84 and oxen hill, we've got 80° in Sterling, and that's it. Yeah. Three 41 here on WTO. Hey, what's the best in television this past year? The 74th annual Emmy Awards air tonight on NBC and peacock, where your favorite TV shows will compete for the gold. Joining us live on Skype, WTO P entertainment reporter Jason fraley, hello, Jason Frehley. Hey, everybody. It's Emmy night. Woohoo. So let's start with the drama side. Who are the frontrunners, or what are the frontrunners? Well, Succession on HBO, obviously it's gotta be the FrontRunner because it's coming in with a leading 25 nominations, and it also won the top prize two years ago, so I'd say that's the FrontRunner. I personally, I love the first two seasons building to that big Jeremy strong final telling off his dad. And the last that the season two finale, but I personally found season three to be a little slow and repetitive, so I've kind of bailed on it personally. I'd rather see it go to like a farewell final season like a Better Call Saul or an Ozark sort of a swan song victory. And those two shows will have really cool best actor drama battling with Jason Bateman who's never won as Marty Byrd and Bob Odenkirk's never one is Saul Goodman, so it'd be interesting to see if they can pull it out. Obviously they'll go against Brian Cox and Jeremy strong again for succession. And Julia Garner, of course, she always wins this Ruth langmore. Death taxes and ridge langmore winning. What about on the comedy side? How's that race shaping up? I Ted Lasso is the defending champ on Apple. I love that show in season two was just as good as season one. And it was just as funny, but it also explored sort of Ted's more dramatic, you know, panic attacks. It's talking to his therapist, that kind of thing. So I think that's the leader Jason Sudeikis is also defending as best actor, but this time around he'll have to go against Bill Hader, who has never lost for Barry That show was sort of on a hidden the last couple years, and he's never lost. So I think hater might go three for three and knock off Ted Lasso there. Unless they want something a little lighter with only murders in the building, Steve Martin, Martin Short. We have some comedy legends, but I think it might be hater over sudeikis. Okay, we only have 20 seconds for real, do you have any underdogs you're rooting for? Yes, my upset specials for drama Squid Game could be the first non English language on winner there. You know, there's adults competing in the deadly children's game. And on the comedy side, my upset, my underdog, I'm rooting for his Abed elementary. Keen to Brunson's great elementary school show. I think it could be a rare win for network TV. That would be sort of my upset if you want to roll the dice. All right, Jason, you got the black tie ready? Yeah, I'm putting it on now. All right. All right. Have fun tonight, double DT, open entertainment, reporter Jason fraley. He will be live tweeting the ceremony tonight starting at 8 p.m. and it's on NBC and Keenan Thompson of Saturday Night Live. He's the host this year. Awesome. We've got sports next. Kimberly Harris, director of community health and social impact at care first blue cross blue shield joined WTO P on a discussion about transforming healthcare, because good healthcare is more than treating people when they are sick. It empowers people to stay well. That is why care first strives to meet people where they are in their health journeys. It really is in the name. We care first. A part of what we do, of course, we're a health insurer in the area. Providing insurance, but it doesn't stop there. So for example, I am the director for community health and social impact. And not only do we provide services and resources to our members, but to the community at large. We care first, we provide that pair relationship, but in addition to that, really looking into communities from an investment perspective with our time talents and treasures. Listen to the entire discussion
"julia garner" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Jobless Justin. No. Not just Justin button. If you think Jess is about to be jobless, he's about to sign up for everything they have here, okay? I already got my unemployment. September 12th, check your local listings. You're after the break, the prime time in these are days away and we'll tell you who's gonna take home that trophy are both new predictions. Plus, I'm looking for a sugar daddy live on air. That when we come back. Yes. We are about a week away from finding out who our TV's biggest winners at the Primetime Emmy Awards. I thought that was gonna say something else. So here to break down who's gonna win and who should win is Rotten Tomatoes awards editor Jacqueline Coley, everybody. So glad I'm here. You know how to love you. Can you hear it? I don't ever have enough time. So let's get it started. League actress in a drama series who's your pick for who will win and who should win? Just look at that lineup. This is hard, y'all. I think everyone is absolutely deserving of this, but I'm gonna go ahead and give it for our girls Zendaya to effectively repeat with euphoria. I feel she is the moment seeing her at the U.S. open with those glasses and that Virgo mood. I'm like, give her another Emmy. Okay. Are you Virgo? No, but my mother is. It's even better. But it could be Laura Linney. Also, Melanie from yellow jackets, melons. Yeah. She really was, I think, a late sort of run and resurgence. She won the critics choice award. I think she's definitely one that could swell, but Laura Linney for Ozark is also one that controls. Do you feel like they also try to make sure do you think the Emmys care that's Zendaya one last year and they want to mix it up or do you think it doesn't matter? It's like the young fresh thing. I think it has actually what she said is actually the truth. Familiarity is a huge part of what makes you an Emmy winner and people want to see her win. Melanie, I would say though, is the other one that she has been a long-term actress. Right. Worked with a ton of people. She's definitely one. If there's a making a lot of noise, yelling about her weight and how people have been, you know, how she's had to deal with this stuff. But you didn't vote for her. You voted for Zendaya. Anyway. Comedy series. Who do you have? Lead actors in a comedy series. I think it's a little bit more straightforward. First of all, I will say, Jean Smart, everybody. I think thinks that she's gonna repeat on this one. That is the safe bet. I'm going with Quinta. Me too. Abbott elementary is inevitable. I vote. This is the show that everyone has gotten behind. It has become such a phenomenon. And we got Cheryl Lee Ralph and emme y'all. We got Tyler from everybody loves Chris and Emmy. We really have this show has done so much already. And this is the woman that produced, wrote it, went through all of the development and stars in it. They have to reward. And because it was a surprise. And Emmy voters look at that and go, okay, this is surprise. That's it. It also came out at the right time. Came out of the right time. Network show, people want to get behind network right now. I think there's a little bit of a sentiment of like, let's say, traditional. Let's go back to theaters. Let's do network. All right, let's do, okay, we have to do outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie. Uh oh. This was hard. Girl. Oh my God. Let me tell you right now. I know who's gonna win. No, no, I feel like this is the most competitive category. That's why we want the Internet coming for me because I feel like who do all of these are faves if you don't pick Tony, then maybe you're gonna go with lily. I think the blond though is Amanda Seyfried. You think? Yeah. Over lily? I do, and the reason being is because they love the drop out. And unfortunately, with Pam and Tommy, there's a little bit of controversy there. It wasn't a great show. It was a talking. It was a talking ding along there. That really got people fired up. That was funny. That was a surprise nomination. People did not think that that nomination was actually even going to get in there. It was a surprise that both of them got nominated. I think when you look at who's out there and who's the more I would say traditional, again, no. She just came off of an Oscar nomination for mank guys. Amanda is, I think, the one they really want to get behind. I hope that she did a really good job. But you know, there's tons of other options for this one. I just think that Julia Garner, if there was going to be an upset, she would be the one to do it for inventor Anna, that accent, that portrayal. As much as I think the Internet had their day with it, everyone loved her. And the fact that she's a double mom. Boom. Yeah. Yeah, she was good at inventing it. Yeah, but Ruth, come on, y'all. Ruth? The staircase was a long watch, huh? It was a lot. I was like, is there anything
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"julia garner" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"But I do also appreciate the fact that this was kind of a wholly original different sprung from obviously from current events, but not directly based on something true, whereas these other shows, not so much, although I did really, really like the dropout. And I enjoyed Pam and Tommy to a point. Yeah, I thought the dropout was excellent. I think I've actually watched the drop out all the way through twice. But that's partly because I'm like an Elizabeth Holmes obsessive. But I did think that was excellent. I think the white lotus is like as a holistic thing kind of has problems, but is full of great performances and great scenes if I can say it that way. Dope sick I thought was a little heavy handed at times, but again, full of performances that I respected. So I have no quarrel with that. Inventing Anna, I kind of thought was I watched it and forgot it, but same. So for the lead actress in the limited or anthology series or movie, we've got Toni Collette for the staircase. Julia Garner for inventing Anna, Lily James for Pam and Tommy, Sarah Paulson for impeachment, American crime story, Margaret qualley, for made and Amanda Seyfried for the dropout. This is a pretty interesting lineup and pretty strong lineup, I think. And full of stars. Yes, very starring. We're sort of going back to that thing where like, well, sure, Toni Collette, who's a big movie star, and Amanda Seyfried, who's a big movie star. You know, you have some of these performances that I like more than others. I do not like that Sarah Paulson performance in American crime story. I just think it was silly. But I love the Margaret qualley performance in maid and there's a little bit of recognition for maid kicking around that's still on Netflix. I really recommend it if you haven't watched it. I am delighted that just a little bit of recognition for what was one of the shows that really kind of blew me away this year. So lots of good stuff in that category. Yeah. And in the lead actor category, we've got Colin Firth for the staircase, Andrew Garfield for under the banner of heaven, Oscar Isaac for scenes from a marriage. Michael Keaton for dope sick, himesh Patel, for station 11, and Sebastian Stan for Pam and Tommy. I think it's worth mentioning that station 11 was a hugely admired show critically by a lot of our colleagues. And I think the places where it was recognized like this category for himesh Patel, who's kind of the only non big movie star person in this category when you're like, oh, Oscar Isaac, Andrew Garfield, and so forth and so forth. Yeah. So for outstanding supporting actor, we've got from the white lotus. So again, this category is another we got a bunch of the same shows going on here. So from the white lotus, we have Murray Bartlett, Jake lacy, and Steve zahn, and from dope sick, we have will poulter, Peter Sarsgaard, and Michael stuhlbarg. Also, Seth Rogen for Pam and Tommy. That Seth Rogen performance is a really interesting one to me. I kind of liked it myself. He was kind of playing against type. He's basically the villain, but a villain who kind of thinks he's the hero or at least not a villain. And that? Yeah. And to clarify, he's playing the guy who basically stole the sex tapes of Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee. And our responsible for the world seeing it basically. Those white lotus nominations, Murray Bartlett, is wonderful on that show. And I also think Jake lacy, who had been kind of playing a lot of nice guys, came into this and plays
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"julia garner" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And so because the show isn't that realistic. Even the argument that hey we're showing different kinds of white people doesn't really hold sweat because you don't really get an authentic look at what it's like to be poor and white in that area because the minute the story gets going, it's all about these people laundering drug money and doing all this crazy stuff and so I have a real problem with the lack of diversity on the show. And the fact that the black characters were so often disposable and just kind of after thoughts, you know. So there's a lot to not like about Ozark most definitely. Yeah, it surprised me how angry I was about this finale because I don't I didn't think the show was that good so I would not have thought I was very invested in what happened, but it turned out I was invested enough that I expected to be given an ending. You know, as we've been talking about and I don't mean to belabor this, but you know if you end it with Jonah shoots the PI and then you sort of see the family working together to dispose of the body or whatever. That to me does all the work that you're talking about without this weird sense of like maybe it's a trick. And this is where I come down to the question that I think has become sadly unavoidable, which is is there any chance that this is a hedge because they want to pick this show up again in 5 years or ten years and they want to basically be able to say any number of things about what happened in that moment and they don't want to put themselves in a corner so they want to leave open like, well if we want to come back in 5 years, it can turn out that Jonah killed his mother or it can turn out that someone the ambulance arrived and rescued Ruth. I mean, I can't imagine anybody wanting to watch a season of this without Julia Garner in it. The problem is all of these hedged endings and all of these revival seasons put you in a position where even if that's nowhere in anybody's mind. It puts you in that position of being like, am I being messed with? Do you know what I'm saying? Well, what's funny about this to me is that I feel like we're being messed with for a totally different reason, which is that Netflix is at the point now where it realizes that the way it releases episodes of his shows are really hurting the services attempt to retain subscribers. Yeah. You know, the binge watching model was unique when they debuted it. But now it's to the point where a whole season of a show comes out, people talk about it for a week and that's it. So now what they did with those are because they split the final season up into two batches of episodes. So at least people are talking about it in two different points in the calendar. Which hilariously also Breaking Bad. Exactly, exactly. And so now, you know, I think the ambiguity of the ending was partially about just having people talk about the show. More than maybe they would have if they had actually resolved it. This doesn't feel like the kind of show that you can really revive. Now maybe they might try to do something like the folks at Breaking Bad did with Better Call Saul..
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"julia garner" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Bateman and Laura Linney play Marty and Wendy bird who came to the Ozarks and became money launderers for a massive drug operation. In that capacity, they came to know Ruth langmore, a young woman played by Julia Garner who became sort of Marty's protege and then sometimes Marty and Wendy's enemy and on and on as allegiances shifted the first warning I want to give is that we are covering the finale in this episode. So if you're waiting to see it or if you don't want to be spoiled, please go watch it and then come back. The final run of 7 episodes that dropped on Friday is technically the second half of the fourth and final season. It begins as Ruth seeks revenge for the murder of her cousin Wyatt, Wyatt, who had become a small time drug operator himself, was killed by cartel, big shot, javi, elizondo. When we left her Ruth was getting in her truck with her shotgun to look for javi. I would not even try to summarize for seasons of plot that got us here. But suffice it to say that the birds are trying to finish up their work as money launderers get out of town and get a fresh start as rich philanthropists in Chicago. Their teenage kids, Charlotte and Jonah have long known that Marty and Wendy are involved in various levels of crime. Jonah begins this season a strange from his mom and dad, his mom especially because and who can blame him. She had her own brother, Jonah's beloved uncle, killed, to protect her life of crime. So, with all that said, thanks everybody. Thanks everybody bye. So Eric, have you liked Ozark up to this point? Have you been a fan of the show? What are your general Ozark feelings? Yeah, I've actually had been a fan of the show from the very first season. And you know, I'm a sucker for shows about outlaws and about crime. And I'm a sucker for Jason Bateman and Laura Linney. And they stopped this show with so many great actors. You know, I hadn't, I wasn't aware of Julia Garner before this show, but of course she's amazing. And so many wonderful supporting actors..
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"julia garner" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"The scenes, where they kind of go through the process of how they got there. And the second episode they showed Kanye playing Pharrell through the wire for the first time. And if you remember through the wire music video Pharrell walks out of the studio and there's like no context to it. So for years, I'm like, why do you leave? Like, what was he doing? He plays in the song for the first time for all ghost you mean through the wire like through your teeth, wired shut, and he's like, yeah, he walks off, he comes back. He's like, that's the wildest thing I've ever heard in my life. He's like, I've heard two of your songs. Like, you're my favorite artist. Like this is incredible. And I get goosebumps, like watching the scene and watching how people get there. So that was a good one. Episode three got a little dark of work Connie is today. Saw inventing Anna, we talked about watched archive. What did you think of inventing Anna? Fine, I thought it was a good watch. I didn't not necessarily dive in and do it. It's hard because I'm such a Ozark fan and to watch the accent go from the Ozarks to Britain and Germany and the different personas she's taking on was like hard for me to get there. I think you were kind of somewhere. This was a low point in the Julia Garner fandom, I think. We had time. I think she's like outstanding. Yeah, too. A door, everything that she's basically ever done. I've seen like shitty horror movies that she's done. I've seen obviously the assistant, which came out early last year that was really great. I thought she was incredible in that. Obviously, I was like, she's amazing. The best. Yeah, she was not very good in this. The accident was weird. Two other people. The problem, the choice of the accent wasn't the problem. The problem was that in the important moments of show, she couldn't yell and hold the accent. At the same time. It's like, yeah, like the Boston stuff trying to do the box and accent, just stop. That's exactly hard. That's hard. It's almost like semi type cast. You just expect the Ozark thing. Yeah. Yeah, the choice didn't bother me. It was like the, you know, you bring someone like John Hamm to Boston and ask them to be in the town and do an accent. Way to do pocket car. That's not how people talk. What else? I watched the Z's ansari stand up, which was about 30 minutes on Netflix. It was pretty good. And then my wife watched what I kind of peeked in the background. I'm not a butcher the name of it. The Kristen Bell woman in the window across the street from yeah. It was satire was kind of dark humor. It wasn't bad. It was an okay day. But that's my rundown. Yeah, Laura and I got through one episode of that and we were just like, I think we're gonna pass. I don't blame you for it. Watch no exit, which is a movie on Hulu right now with Dennis haysbert del Dickie and some new actors that are pretty good. Really like solid twisty thriller. I liked it a lot. Not a lot, but like I liked it. I would actually recommend it. I thought it was pretty fun. The last four movies or the last 5 movies I've seen..
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"julia garner" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"She is everything that is wrong with America right now. I am famous. People bought pant in a public picture of me as a criminal. That's not suppose my story. And what is your story? I'm a cold. Yes, I'm a cold piece. And I came to New York, no rich parents, no connections, sometimes. You gotta fake it till you make it. Now we get to the good part. I'm a serving what they wanted and it is a legend around here. You have to work hard to get what you want. I've always known that. I'm Bill things something is a private club. A step beyond the VIP room. It's 40 million to finance. We have two banks interested in loaning her the money. Holy. Two balding something special. $40 million loan? How in the hell does that happen? Maybe it's what's helped if you stop thinking about me like everyone else. Like basic, you know? What do you guys think? The most expensive for its autumn arco. I realized the clues were there all along. She put it all on my cart. Give me back that money. Please. Like being like a so dramatic. Image. Money, power, everyone is hustling. Real hot girl. Every day, man, you far worse things. And anything I've allegedly done. And stole a check. What's going on? Who are you? Anna delvey is a masterpiece bitches, and they can just all. Yes, I'm a cold piece. So that's the story behind the story. And like a lot of Netflix productions these days, by the way, the thing was, I think, directed or produced by the guy who did Bridgerton. It opens up saying based on a true story. But not all of it is true. So obviously they're saying this is like a historical novel where the authors fill in the spaces to make it more make it more exciting. I can't decide whether I like it or not, Jerry. I think I read the Rolling Stone review and they said, it's really kind of fun. It's a great little ride, but it's way too long. And I got the feeling it should have been a movie. And not a mini series. So two things I have followed and ciroc and a delvy, whatever you want to call her. I have followed this story right from when she got busted through the trial, all of it. And I love the actress who plays her, Julia Garner, who plays Ruth and Ozark. That's where that's where if she's familiar, that's where it comes from. Yeah. You know, I haven't watched the show yet. I was going to. I haven't even read any reviews because I didn't want any spoilers. She got Adobe the real and an Adobe the fake heiress. She's out now, right? She just was released from prison, right? Well, she was in Rikers Island for her character was for part of this series. And she's interviewed by Anna kolsky, who's the reporter in Rikers Island, part of the time. And then it takes you to Morocco. It takes you to these wonderful locations all over Europe all over the United States. So it's back and forth and back and forth. And it's just this character study. You know what else is really interesting. I haven't seen Anna klum ski in anything in years and years and years. I didn't watch me. You didn't watch me. And so I'm seeing a close up of her face, especially when she's doing the interviews. And I went, oh my God, that is the little girl in my girl. You can see her with her sweet, sweet face, way back when she was little. Her face has not changed that much. But she has not been injected with Botox or had plastic surgery or anything. There are still creases in her head because she's older now. She's pregnant. She's allegedly pregnant during this whole thing. And she's throwing up and everything else. She looked so real and yet so beautiful and yet still that little girl from my girl. She's really funny as a performer. She's great in veep and she has something else that she's working on too. And the first time I saw her in veep, I went, where do I know her from? Is that the little girl from my girl? I know. It's freaky because a lot of actors or actresses they get older, and they're attractive people, for the most part, probably. But you don't see their kid face very often. This one, you really do. And I couldn't take my eyes off her. I think it's a fun thing to watch. It does seem drawn out. And you it's amazing. The woman that this is based on was paid $320,000 by Netflix to do this story and be a consultant for the story. She's such a hustler. She's such a con artist. The character's accent is his hysterical because it's not British, it's not German, it's not what is it? You know, it's just so strange. You're saying watch it, but maybe don't watch it or watch it, but there's too much of it. What's your review? My review is just that. It is funny to watch. You have all of these interesting glamorous, locations, so it's a lot of candy for your eyes, but you're saying, come on, I want to find out what happens. This is taking an awful, long time. Get to it, get to it get to. 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"julia garner" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"In our current era chock full of headline making scammers and Adobe is one of the splashiest. Several years ago, she posed as an heiress and conned a whole bunch of wealthy people out of their money before ultimately spending time in prison. And now her schemes have been dramatized in inventing Anna, a Netflix miniseries created by Shonda Rhimes. The show is inspired by a viral New York magazine article, but is Anna's story as fascinating on the screen as it was on the page. I'm Aisha Harris, and today we're talking about inventing Anna and pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining us is Kristin miner, she is the co host of the podcast movie therapy with rafer and Kristen. She's also the co author of how to be fine. Welcome back Kristen, so happy to be back to talk about this scammer. Yes. Also joining us is Jeffrey masters. He's the host of the podcast LGBTQ and a that's Q&A with an ampersand. Welcome back Jeffrey. Hey, thank you. So the Netflix miniseries inventing Aaron was created by Shonda Rhimes. Julia Garner plays an adelphi, a Russian born German in her mid 20s who claims to be an heiress while palling around with some of Manhattan's wealthy and powerful. She is definitely none heiress and her real last name is Serbian. Anna komski plays in Kent, a reporter at Manhattan magazine who becomes obsessed with reporting on the story of delvis widespread fraud. The character of Vivian is a stand in for real life journalist Jessica pressler, who's 2018 article on Delphi for New York mag, went viral and inspired this series. Now, as Vivian tracks down the story, she interviews and learns about many of the elite figures who found themselves in Anna's web of deceit. The main ones are a group of women who once made up Anna's inner circle of one time girlfriends. There's Neff, a hotel concierge played by Alexis Floyd, Rachel, a Vanity Fair editor played by Katie Lowes and Casey, a personal trainer played by Laverne Cox. Vivian also finds herself working closely with Anna's defense attorney Todd, who is played by Aryan moyet. The show bounces around a lot across continents and time periods and covers everything from Anna's childhood prior to coming to the states up food to the trial and her conviction. The real-life Anna was convicted on multiple charges in 2019, including grand larceny and she spent 19 months in prison. She was released in early 2021 for good behavior, but just weeks later, ice targeted her for overstaying her Visa. And as of this month, she remains in custody awaiting deportation back to Germany. So there's a lot going on in this show over the course of 9 episodes. Jeffrey, what did you think of inventing Anna? Yeah, you know, I think it's fun and it's enjoyable. My big question going to this was that like scammer is such a colloquial term nowadays. And so I didn't know much about her and I didn't know, you know, did she order expensive bottles of wine and like enforcement to pick up the tab, or is something more nefarious? And so when we got to the extent of her fraud, I thought it was wildly impressive, which she almost pulled off. It was impressive in the worst possible way. So I thought that was fun to see. Yeah, yeah. The show does do a good job of sort of showing many times, I think, probably many more times immediate to see all the ways in which she bounces around from different hotels and ran up all these bills until they finally kicked her out and then she'd be done to the next and she would often claim that she was waiting for her father to wire her money.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"julia garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is about all the people that I'm helping who didn't have the same resources or national platform that I did to potentially work so hard to try to make this change It's not like I ever envisioned being a poster child for harassment in the workplace But you know I took the opportunity to make a difference And if I can be inspirational to anyone else to show that one person can make a difference then I hope that's been the case That was journalist and author Gretchen Carlson her latest book is beef fierce Gretchen Carlson thanks so much for your time Thank you for having me You're listening to NPR news Superstar TV writer and producer Shonda Rhimes has created a new series for Netflix It's called inventing Anna and it tells the story of how a magazine journalist unraveled the real-life saga of con artist anasarca NPR TV critic Eric degan says it's a creative triumph centered on how hard we all strive to matter One of the first things that greet you in Netflix's inventing Anna is star Julia Garner's bold tape on the very specific accent of grifter and a sorokin who poses a wealthy German heiress named Anna delvey This whole story the one you're about to watch like the big lump of nothing Is about me Of.
TIME's Top Stories
"julia garner" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Like a mother cookoff. A reality show that finally admits it's not real. Listen to subscribe everywhere you get podcasts. How inventing Anna meticulously recreated scammer Anna delvis glamorous wardrobe by Shannon Carlin. Lynn Paulo was hired as the costume designer on Netflix's miniseries inventing Anna, but she often felt more like a detective. The Shonda Rhimes produced project out February 11th, examines the Internet's favorite scammer, Anna, nay, the show is based on a 2018 New York magazine article that exposed how between 2013 and 2017, siroc and posed as a German heiress and stole more than $275,000 from banks, hotels and her wealthy New York City acquaintances. Paolo was tasked with returning viewers to the scene of the Soho grifters crimes one outfit at a time. Shonda was very clear. She wanted to match the real Anna exactly whenever possible, says Paolo, who is rhymes go to customer, scandal, How to Get Away with Murder. It was like doing a giant jigsaw puzzle and finding all these tiny bits. Paolo and her co designer Laura fray Khan spent hours studying sorokin's Instagram account for clues about what brands she wore during her scamming heyday. Sometimes when they needed help, fact checking their findings, they enlisted members of the inventing Anna production team. We would give them pictures and say, this is Anna's foot or Anna's arm. She says, then they would with our help. Look at what was on the runways and what was in stores at that time to make sure we had it right. Fashion was one of the ways sirok fooled people into believing she was a wealthy heiress launching a private social club and art foundation. She reportedly wore clothing by high end designers such as alaia, Dior, Valentino and miu miu. Throughout her trial, she donned a pair of black ceiling eyeglasses that quickly became her signature accessory. Prop master max E brehm was able to find the same style of frames that sirok war. In actuality, though, the Russian born German ray's daughter of a trucker wasn't a trust fund kid. She just dressed like one. In 2019, sorokin was convicted on 8 counts, including grand larceny in the first second and third degrees and sentenced to four to 12 years in prison, following her early release in February 2021. She was taken into custody by the U.S. immigration and customs enforcement ice for overstaying her Visa. She is currently in ice detention, waiting to learn whether the U.S. will deport her to Germany. While Paolo's not a fan of sirok style, which she described as a little Soho downtown, a little club where she believes that she was a talented chameleon. I think Anna was a good observer. She says of Cerro fashion evolution over the course of those four years. I think she was smart enough to blend in. Paolo played with that concept when dressing the fictional Anna, Ozark's Julia Garner, whose clothes get sleeker and more expensive as she becomes more ensconced in Manhattan's upper Echelon. She admits that not all of the show's looks are true to sirok style. Our Anna needed to look a little more elevated than the real Anna. Here, Paolo explains how she recreated Anna's signature choker perfectly pressed prison uniforms and designer trial.
"julia garner" Discussed on WTOP
"He got out and ran off and hid in a bamboo patch and near a creek until police found him deputies found him and reportedly smelling of alcohol they say and he was charged with felony hit and run and DUI If you're not into the Olympics there are plenty other things to watch right now Fans of jeopardy you have another option to watch for the next few weeks if you'd like an alternative to Olympics viewing Airing Tuesday through Friday for the next two weeks and the following Tuesday after that the college championship will play out TV guy's mad Roush says Mayim Bialik is hosting that prime time jeopardy Special event on ABC He has another suggestion for fans of Shonda Rhimes shows She has a new drama called inventing Anna on Netflix It's fact based series about a woman who called herself Anna delvey and she fooled all of New York high society pretending to be a German heiress when she definitely was not It stars Julia Garner who has two Emmys for Ozark Sandy kozel Two 23 there's a new coffee shop in old town Alexandria serving Turkish coffee and culture And the road from turkey to old town was on easy one for its owner His mulch gill white calls herself the Turkish coffee lady after traveling the country with a food truck introducing people to this unique coffee ritual she now has a cafe with the same name Americans love their morning coffee Turks has this 500 year old coffee culture Because the coffee is so strong it has to be savored slowly Getting here was a slow process as well and sometimes painful Unfortunately I had to leave everything and I had to go to turkey for my chemo and my surgeries She was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer after opening her original location in Tyson's corner Then the pandemic hit forcing her to close with community support and the love of her young daughter she's now open in what she calls a dream location No hopefully it's gonna go up from here Sheena still in WTP news Coming up in my news You're a buy now pay later plan will start showing up on one of your credit reports to 24 Summer will be here before you know it Just announced wolf traps summer.
Piecing It Together Podcast
"julia garner" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"He illegally took like a small piece of sound from like citizen kane and his looped it in one part of the film. But just like the wind blowing and things like that that that holy s Really puts you into you. Know the the the the setting kind of immerses you in that film and I think sound design wise. This one reminded me of that and yet definitely the way this one The the very first you know movie that we see within the movie which then ties around to the movie at the end very evil. Did i mean an evil dead absolutely at you said one thing you like about what something i love about. Evil dead everything evil dead. I will say this. I i really really loved evil dead at one time and then i really really loved evil dead two at one time And maybe i need to go back and revisit them. The third one kind of but don't wanna hear. I wanna hear chad. But yes you do need to revisit. No i definitely held off on mentioning evil dead because they thought i don't want to take away a piece from him so Thank you thank you. Thank you for then. I had to go ahead and do it. I'll go to another piece here One that is not the evil that nothing late evil dead. I'm going to go with the assistant. Hitting greens film starring julia garner from last year. Originally two thousand nineteen inning at delayed for a while but In a very different film very different things on its mind but you're you're essentially seeing the behind the scenes this like very menial job within the world of film and something that you've never really seen onscreen before we've never seen the assistant to a producer as the main character film. We've never seen one of the censors at censor board. That's the main character of film. And so it's different kind of movie for sure. They do deal with similar kinds of roles within the world of filmmaking and they and they kind of or they're similar in that our character here in sensor a you know she she like really takes her job serious and she really puts herself into that job and she's her cell is tied to it for sure exactly and she puts up with crabs. She does other people's work g. stays late. She has the deal with her co workers and those that visit the office just basically hitting on her. I mean there's just a. There's a lot of similarities in that regard to as far as that. It feels like that. She's more valuable than the place she works at is giving her credit giving her credit for exactly. Yeah yeah they both have to deal with. Just you know some of the worst parts of that industry and i. It's terrible as as a woman. I'm it's just you know obviously amplified right. Yeah no definitely. Yeah it was when they came to mind for me to as well and and it's it's interesting how you said that you know. It's the side of of film that we hadn't seen before And then that itself makes it interesting in that way in and i. I love that. I love that when movies do that. Of course quentin tarantino. He's one that always do that in some way he. He makes that part of people's backstory..
Piecing It Together Podcast
"julia garner" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"If i'm not mistaken he illegally took like a small piece of sound from citizen kane and his looped it in one part of the film but just like the wind blowing and things like that that that holy s Really puts you into you. Know the the the the setting kind of immerses you in that film and I think sound design wise. This one reminded me of that and yet definitely the way this one The the very first you know movie that we see within the movie which then ties around to the movie at the end very evil. Did i mean an evil dead absolutely at you said one thing you like about what something i love about. Evil dead everything evil dead. I will say this. I i really really loved evil dead at one time and then i really really loved evil dead two at one time And maybe i need to go back and revisit them. The third one kind of but don't wanna hear. I wanna hear chad. But yes you do need to revisit right no no. I definitely held off on mentioning evil dead because they thought. I don't want to take away a piece from him so Thank you thank you. Thank you for then. I had to go ahead and do it. I'll go to another piece here One that is not the evil that nothing late evil dead. I'm going to go with the assistant. Hitting greens film starring julia garner from last year. Originally two thousand nineteen inning at delayed for a while but In a very different film very different things on its mind but you're you're essentially seeing the behind the scenes this like very menial job within the world of film and something that you've never really seen onscreen before we've never seen the assistant to a producer as the main character film. We've never seen one of the censors at censor board. That's the main character of film. And so it's different kind of movie for sure..
Donna and Steve
SAG Award Nominations 2021: ‘The Crown’ Dominates TV
"SAG awards nominations are coming in as we speak. Saggy wagon. Fag Don't like the word sag. Yeah, it's generally a negative connotation, but For actors. It's a good one. These air tip typically held. Yeah. Usually in Hollywood. That would be frowned upon s. So they're typically held in January. 50 back to April 4th and the ceremony's gonna air on TNT and TBS. That's a good way to miss it. What? Five o'clock in the afternoon, Right? Here's a good one. Um The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for best actress in a drama Syriza's The nominees are Listen to this. Gillian Anderson. The crown Olivia Colman. Yes, the crown? Yes. Emma Corrine. The crown. Julia Garner. Those are sure Laura Linney. Those are sure. Five nominations to shows represented the crown. The crown the crown Ozark, Ozark. What's up with that idea?
"julia garner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The Metro area, it is still currently snowing. Was saying about 1 to 3 inches possible, maybe four in some areas today. Like I said Snow, winding around three PM with the high of 30 tonight it's going to get real cold and dropped down to four. Tomorrow. Partly sunny, very cold again high of 10 and a low of negative to overnight. We could see wind chills in the negative 10 to 15 range Friday and Saturday. It is gonna be a cold weekend, so stay warm and it is currently 25 at my top 171. Okay, we're back. Looks like the SAG awards nominations are coming in as we speak. Saggy wagon. Fag Don't like the word sag. Yeah, it's generally a negative connotation, but For actors. It's a good one. These air tip typically held. Yeah. Usually in Hollywood. That would be frowned upon s. So they're typically held in January. 50 back to April 4th and the ceremony's gonna air on TNT and TBS. That's a good way to miss it. What? Five o'clock in the afternoon, Right? Here's a good one. Um The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for best actress in a drama Syriza's The nominees are Listen to this. Gillian Anderson. The crown Olivia Colman. Yes, the crown? Yes. Emma Corrine. The crown. Julia Garner. Those are sure Laura Linney. Those are sure. Five nominations to shows represented the crown. The crown the crown Ozark, Ozark. What's up with that idea? Jason said a kiss Got love. Hey, got.
"julia garner" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"I'll spend rest time. You can't come Now now. Yes. Help me see? The beauty. Sumatra, letting Nick turn in my cheek for the sake of this show. Now that you know this is my Life. I won't be sold with possible right catch it Go turning now. Giant yourself. What? Get me down and you get shit. Get down. On with Mario Lopez. Maya Pim, y'all Mara, Courtney Lopez, and we're getting close to having an actress for this Madonna bio pic on with Mario Lopez Hollywood bus. So the material girl wants the perfect actress to player on the big screen. We're hearing the role is now down to two people. Florence Pugh from Little women and mid summer good actress in Julia Garner from Ozark, who we Love. Oh, she's great. I don't know the other one and all fairness, but Julia Garner's great She looks like young Justin Timberlake. She does. Oh, my God, That's so funny. Just the hair there. Well, Madonna is going to direct the movie herself. The script is from Diablo Cody. Who did you know and young adult? Wow, I wonder if they're going to encompass her whole life because she lived a very long full life or just go with like an excerpt from the material Girl years or something. Let.
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"julia garner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And don't you just love that? Yes, time for television and movie news. You may have heard that Madonna is in the process of writing a movie about herself. I'm guessing Guy Ritchie is not going to direct it supposedly two candidates at the top of the list. Who would play Madonna. One is Julia Garner. You say to yourself? Who you know who it is. That is Ruthie from Ozark. Oh, Good actress. Yeah. The other is a young lady named Florence Pugh. She's from mid summer and little women having not seen either I had to. Use the Google machine. Pretty attractive girl? Yeah, almost too attractive to play Madonna. Yeah, Exactly. Exactly. How old is Madonna? Now, this girl Jude, Florence fuse like 25 30 to 62. And not a big Madonna fan. I'll pass on that one. This sounds like it would work. There is a Lucille Ball bio pic in the works called Being the Ricardos. Directed by Aaron Sorkin. And it looks like Javi Air Bar. Damn as Daisy Yarn is and the cold Kidman who as Lucille Ball I could see that working and I do love me. Some Lucy, like most people should We've been waiting with bated breath for Deadpool three. You're in. Good luck. Marvel Studio President Kevin five. She is confirmed. A third installment is on the way. And yes, it will be Ryan Reynolds. Now, as we know all the other films in the Marvel cinematic universe are PG 13, right? Deadpool three will keep its r rating. What would Deadpool be without it? Our rating? 90 good. The downside you're gonna have to wait until who knows when the production Probably isn't going to start until 2022. And the Lincoln lawyer is coming to Netflix. Nice, not the original movie starring Matthew McConaughey as Michael our This one will be again based on the books written by Michael Conley, who is one of my favorite Authors. He wrote a syriza books about l. A detective Harry Bosch. You might remember the movie about Harry Bosch called Blood work that started Clint Eastwood and I read a whole bunch of Michael Conley books about Bosch. And it was easy to read, because, well, they're easy read anyway, but because I always pictured Clint Eastwood is Harry Bosch one and Titus Welliver came along and Creek created the rule on It's either Amazon or who Lou and I had to start not get confused. Every well is this planet's Twitter Is this Titus Welliver? Which one is it? Well, he wrote the Lincoln lawyer Lot of Lincoln lawyer books, and there's a new one of those out as well. It's not gonna be Matthew. I guess he's busy. On actor by the name of manual Garcia Rolfo. And I use the Google machine and I have not seen him before. But those are very good books. The movie with Matthew McConaughey was great. It had Matthew McConaughey and be It had our girl in it as well. Yes, the Marissa tell May Yeah. How could I possibly let her name? Get away from it? I don't know. Charlie. Michael Palka host Lee..
Colleen and Bradley
Julia Garner and Her Curls Are Happily Married to Foster the People’s Mark Foster
"Ozark actress Julia garner and foster the people frontmen mark foster are married hi and I did not even know they were a couple gradually since on top of that I didn't know foster the people's his real name was far I'm like so bright when he got the name so Julia garner should place hi I watch Ozark I can't remember the character's name but she just won an Emmy for playing that role Ozark and if you don't know she's the the cute blond curly hair he's very good on of that show and mark foster foster the people we we hear them on my tiger now that well this we only just learned about this this morning into an Instagram post shared by them the newly weds confirm their marriage with a ring emoji and the wedding date of Friday December twenty seventh the couple had not a publicly confirmed their engagement ever but the rumors swirling inside the circulate they were circling around may that foster had proposed during a trip to Yellowstone National Park the fall like a legit celebrity relationship that's how you do it did get married under the radar you shared after the fact congratulations to them we learned that his last name is actually foster fostered that's the big take away from the story congratulations to them by god yeah yeah I assume foster meant you know like you're a foster the parent or something in your fostering these people that people I thought they were fostering the people with the music press what made a different way you're done you know this and that hello people were talking about the merits
Donna and Steve
Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift come out to play in 'Cats' movie trailer
"List is available at the my top my talk app because were everything entertainment and we wanna give you some of those nominations right now I'll give you a couple highlights I you can get the full list just got pushed out on our my talk app if you don't already have it down on what you waiting for but if you do open up check it out see if yourself some that stood out to me lead actor in a comedy that run you'll be happy to know the Ted Danson nominate our place which we quite like a lead actress in a comedy now this is kind of loosely using comedy certainly a dark comedy but Christina Applegate for dead to me wonderful yeah yes very good that's our best work yet in my opinion gets it Jason Bateman gets a a lead actor in a drama series nomination for Zardari let's see here lead actress in a drama series I'm just picking one that stands out that we have known let's go with viola Davis a real power player there with how to get away with murder she just I've only watched half of a season of that she's quite intense on that show evidently critics quite enjoy her can we do a comedy series yeah we'll just we'll give you a few of them I year like flea bag that's nominated Ryan likes berry that needed in the marvelous Mrs Maisel of course it's gonna win wins every Steve likes the good plays that nominated as well among others high drama series game of thrones of course Ryan you like killing eve is great Steve you like this is us leads nominated I dabble in better call Saul and then there are some others in there as well and again you can check out the full list the competition program has an interesting one a lot of mainstays the amazing race America's got talent American ninja warrior a RuPaul's drag race top chef the voice how about this though the dark horse nailed it the cooking fail to should show all the slicks no got an odd yeah very fun that's incredible our show a Chernobyl Donna got a not for outstanding limited series so good on my gosh is that good and remember stranger things not up for grabs here because of its release date SO two handmaid's tale and I believe the same would be set for big little lies Laos outstanding supporting actress in a drama series game of thrones got four well for this four of the six well willing Chris stealing hiti Sophie Turner Maisie Williams wow if you own a shop in killing even Julie Julia garner from Ozark hole my goodness yeah sounds good it there's so many good shows out there this is going to be a really competitive shell could be anybody's anybody's when right the true yeah hi Steve you can leave us now I got to go got what would you do that's more important in your job my other job video of the blame I've been sent on a mission double a double story blame the the that soccer Cup the gold Cup the World Cup the women's soccer no no no he was playing US land soccer are you talking about the sports center yeah but there is a they have a big thing but guys listen I'm gonna go do soccer tricks with kids up to compete in the skills competition and then I'm gonna jump in a giant bowl of cereal we're just gonna have to stay tuned into in cities live at three five net will be on today yeah now it'll it'll be out later this week you know what have a good time nice to see that yes I want you to have fun with the children thanks that's not to say that I'm not irritated because I am really don't see a he was gonna leave when we come back and he Canadians in cars getting coffee we would buy kicked off a new season with Jerry Seinfeld one of our favorites Ricky Jr vase is gonna be a guest will will sample that tell a promo for the show when we come right back on my talk one is seven one everything entertainment hang out
Ellen on the Go
Meek Mill's Legal Troubles
"Let's talk for a second about meek mill. Okay. So I'm going to be honest. I didn't know who make mill was until this view, and I I was was really reliable. about the booking because I'm from Philly, and he's a huge story in Philly. So meek mill is a hip hop artists from Philly right and meek mill when he was really young by the Philadelphia police, and he did a little time. And he encountered a he encountered a judge in Philly who is a really tough judge. And so when he was released from prison, you know, years later he was on a very strict parole and while he was on while he was on parole. He was in New York City, and he rode motorcycle on only his back wheel. He wrote a Whealy as I used to call it right in New York City, and he got a ticket for it. He then posted that video on Instagram. Yes. And how'd that go of his judge? The judge saw it was a parole violation. He was called in for it. And he was put back in jail so began an odyssey in which everyone in the country, including the DA of the city of. Adelphia who would normally be charged with prosecuting crimes? Everybody in cute, including him wanted meek mill freed, and this judge would not do it. And so free meek mill became like, a national trending topic a national campaign by some of the biggest, you know, celebrities in the country, and he was finally released from prison. I think last may and he and he flew by helicopter. He didn't know he was being released. They they kept it a secret from him. They didn't want a big crowd there. Too late joined crowd showed up he went via helicopter from prison to a Sixers game. It was just an unbelievable story. And he's like a really incredible guy. Who's now he's still an artist. He's still a musician. He's got a new album out, but he's dedicating his life to prison reform. And so we booked them to talk to him. He didn't perform we booked him to talk to them. Ellen was fascinated by him. I thought it was I thought it was fascinating. Yeah. So you're in for for stupid reasons, you shouldn't have been in there. And you had no idea that so many people were fight. Adding to get you out. You had no idea. I did have an idea after like the fourth day the first week. I was I was being a public figure. They put me like a loan. Twenty three hours a day when I got out I actually start watching the news on TV. And I was saying like CNN like big TV stations talk about my situation must be. Yeah. Good. These situations. People go to Jovan these things all the time. Marnie things not even committing crime. Which people don't understand a lot of people will see somebody violated. Violated could've been loitering star. But it could have been anything. Yeah. Police contact violation. So a lot of people would say he belongs in jail. I didn't commit a crime and good since I've been. Yeah. No, you did not belong in jail at all you didn't. So so how do you? So the day you find out you're getting out. What did you know, you're getting out or did? They just came to you and said you go. I was in my so I just cooked have race in macro. They go they sell like a macro fish, and I was eating and I was watching the news actually three or four o'clock time you show come on east coast, four o'clock. Watching the news and mill is. Jumped up in the air. And you know, I was leaving ten minutes later. So you get out and you saw all the people outside waiting for you. I came out side. I was kind of like dizzy. Yeah. That's amazing to see that many people supporting you and celebrating you getting out how long were you in five and a half months. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you're out now until you're the face of criminal Justice reform, and and did you ever get to this point just having grown up in an Enviro. environ?
Ellen on the Go
Julia Roberts would rather people focus on unshaven legs than her age
"So Julia Roberts did not shave her legs. My gosh. That was so funny for the show when she appeared. It was kind of funny can watch six hours of Ellena. Julia. Yes. Yes. Without a doubt from the start when Julia walks out in her like red holiday. Cheerful outfit and wearing lake. She looked like grew. Race is a very beautiful grace loot. The Russians crew. Despicable me. And then Julia talked about wearing bright colors. Don't normally. But she does enjoy. Plaid you can tell she watches the show. She's totally right. And Ellen has no memory of that before. But very quickly upon Julia walking out somehow, Ellen was rubbing Julius Baer legs to see if she had shaved they were talking about the monologue about how how in every article that refers to your age and Julia said I would rather say Julia Roberts who hasn't shaved her legs in two weeks, and then Ellen filter leg and said, it's not two weeks. Definitely some stubble. It was so funny. It was just an amazing interview. Just like they have a terrific chemistry. Yeah. They really are fun. So we're gonna play clip of Julia Roberts for you now. And then you should watch the entire interview. Because I know it is still on your DVR. Listen, do you get the fifty one? I do do you get that really magazines all the time. You know, what I don't like is when they like frontload your age for you like I told a story in a magazine not that long ago. And I said, you know, and for my my birthday, I said something about being fifty and they changed it to fifty one because three weeks after the magazine came out. I was going to be fifty one right? And I felt well hold on a minute. Yeah. Not fair that is not truth in advertising. It's not wait, wait until I tell you know, your sixty hell the hell. I mean, I would rather they say, you know. Julia Roberts to hasn't shaved her legs in a week. At least that gives you some sort of interesting information if not true, did you shave today? Not today. Maybe yesterday. Five o'clock show. Very sexy. Have them. We can't have five shadows. Who says we can't? Well, you do. Yeah. Yeah. But it's a door will because you're adorable and fifty why because you're fifty one seriously. Why don't you text me back though? Okay. This is not I will not bear the burden of the responsibility of the lack of texting the last person. Who texted was me? I thank you for those beautiful flowers. You've sent a took a picture of them. I sent them to you nothing in this was years ago. Now, it's interesting we've been doing this a long time. But like when Julia Roberts is in the building it's a different feeling than than sometimes when their other people in the building like, you just there's there's a little bit about the to the stage win someone like Julia Roberts is in your big old movie stars and she time movie star. Yeah. And I love her show by the way homecoming and she's doing TV now. Yeah. Homecoming ten episodes on Amazon, I think so good. I loved it doesn't like bog yourself down taking ourselves. So seriously, not at all days losing every single game. I. Yeah. Like loved it. The other thing I love we did. Yeah. We helped her get more Instagram followers. She joined Instagram over the summer. Right. She has three million followers. Ellen has sixty million. A fact that Ellen needed to remind Julia of no less than so you have three million sixty million. So she helped her up her Instagram game. Right. So our friend Matt right produces segment and with the help of Kevin Leman came up with things to do to. Photograph in severe her Instagram Instagram picks with Julia, and it did not disappoint we posted album on Instagram on our at the Ellen show.