24 Burst results for "Julianne Moore"
Viola Davis, One of the Greatest Actors of Our Time
"Welcome alex i. It's great to have you here to talk about viola. I'm so excited to hear your picks but first a little bit of background viola. When she won her first oscar for best supporting actress for fences and twenty seventeen. She became the first black person to win the so so-called triple crown of acting a competitive advantage emmy and tony award because of this in how omnipresent she's been over the last decade including her turn in the blockbuster period piece the help and as the shady complicated lawyer least keating in the long running series how to get away with murder. It might be easy to forget that. She has more than paid her dues to get where she's at. Now she graduated from juilliard in nineteen ninety-three and bounce between theater and screen throughout the rest of that decade by the early offs. She'd become a reliable supporting actor. Popping up in steven soderbergh movies like solaris and playing rations on the mom rule or the urban professional. She spoken candidly about how being dark skinned. Black woman has impacted her career like in this interview. She did with tina brown in twenty eighteen. I have a career that's probably comparable to meryl streep julianne moore. Let's sigourney weaver. They all came out of jail. They came out of juilliard. They came on nyu. They had the same path as me and yet i am nowhere near them. Not as far as money not as far as job opportunities. Nowhere close to
Why is Chester Hanks, AKA Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s Son, Like This?
"This is chester. Hanks big doc big up the whole island massive cowboy Chattanooga coming from that Golden Globes to- amongst Mexican and. I'll watch I mean it's not the worst thing he's ever done. I think that's the best way to put it. That's the best way to put it. It's the worst thing he's ever done as any Tom Hanks fan longtime hang longtime Tom. Hanks Fan knows Chad. Hayes is the kind of loose puzzle piece in the whole thing of it all yet. He's the son of Tom and Rita. They have their oldest son sons. He's a rapper slash actor slash instagram user and people often he comes up sometimes and then he goes away and then he comes up then he goes away and he's currently coming up because he was at the golden goal to this parents he also like recently in the past four years got sober and had a kid so like his life was just very drama and now it's a little bit less drama. He's wingless academian more less wrapping and more acting and he sort of quieted down down. Yeah everyone could see less of him but that sort of a good thing whatever right but everyone forgot about him and then he was front and center at the Golden Globes last night. Everybody I was like. Oh yeah remember like Tom. Hanks son who's like a little bit yeow unexpectedly Tom. Hey brought the whole. They brought the whole all clan there today all the kids. They brought the kids with Tom. Tom Hanks's other kids. His his non-readers children his children. Even his non on reader children are invited. Children were on. Hank's is a Non Rita Child. It's only they're not talked about over for to their their Colin Hanks as an unruly child. Elizabeth is a Non Rita Child and Truman and chat are Rita Children. But we only read our about chat chester as we really only care about him. Jim Collins Boring Elizabeth is an actor the end. Truman is just to Truman's a little too young to have actually had his coming out party. You know we focus on the real like relevant Tom. Hanks news is aiming to say. Rita Wilson commented on this video of chat doing his thing and he said maybe the best laugh of the night crying laughing. I'm Oh boy it's like. She's so supportive. Wilson is Rita. Wilson is the Hollywood version version of. He's so talented. I'm so proud of talented talented. Don't comment directly about what Chet Hayes is doing like they're really not like getting they're not really we see their pr person is like just. Don't just don't talk about it. It's fine Rita's. Night was not without drama of her own. She she needed a laugh. She tweeted around God win was. When did she tweet this around the Golden Globes the Golden Globes start at noon? La Time so this was probably around six am she between my hair and makeup is person is one hour and twenty minutes late next week hair and makeup is still not here trying to be then next week booked this person in September hair and makeup. Still not here. And if that's like not bad. She went over to instagram because the woman loves to cross platform tweeted a instagram picture of herself with like her hair. That looked slightly curly. Not Not blown out not done up and said we're I don't even have the link but like the version of those tweets again. My hair and makeup person is late. I this is about one thirty. La Time is when she tweeted and she said what you look like when your hair and makeup person for the Golden Globes as one and a half hours late even though you booked him in September will leave one hour to do hair and makeup. What the only leave him what she's like? How will I do this? One in one hour. Will you know when I saw that night. And she figured it out she looked great loved. Always pulls is through. Julianne Moore commented. Oh my God I feel you. Michelle pfeiffer commented heart. Kate Bosworth commented. Oh that's the craziest feeling healing and of course the most Christie comment which was I cannot go on until I know who I have no life. It's like who the fuck needs to know who the makeup artist test is. Like Rosanna. arquette is on a different planet and just as beauty love you bravo Rose rose rose. Rose Rose Clap Clap Balloon. Peace sign for ransom. Wow that's really funny Roseanne Arquett. What's happening Rita Wilson? And I'm not saying this about evidence like Bu- via unnamed sources but also also these tweets themselves like she's kind of a monster I mean. Come on no. I feel feel like celebrities like love her but Jesus Christ yeah I mean. The rumor mill is grinding out. News that she's a bit of a monster but that's okay not not everyone I mean especially. You're a monster. When you're married to Tom Hanks just by comparison? Let's juxtaposed these two people. You come across across as a little more monstrous whenever your husband is saying. It's true like the sacrifice you make by being married to Tom. Hanks that you come off as a monster. Because it's like Mr Rogers is why people are like you know. I Love Fred but his wife was a bitch Da. She was a baby. She was slightly mean. Once you know but I I do feel like looking at read those tweets. I'm just like what is hurt. What's your damage? Lady looking at those three tweets.
"julianne moore" Discussed on Turn Me On
"Towards you and and the stalagmite or what's the is that the term like you know the the sort of like long droopy earth formations and <hes> and you just put on a life jacket and you kind of float through it and you know you can hear your echo and there's there's like light coming from the other side of the tunnel because there's a whole like giant hole in the earth that you can like dive into the sanitation from like from above ground and we just spent the day exploring all these different snow days and who's just Kinda you know high on l._S._D.. And it was simultaneously like the most awe-inspiring experience being under the earth and like seeing the earth from this completely different perspective but also with a bunch of powells and like you know giggling at each other wearing life jackets as we all just look like upside down offers kind of floating through their eyes wide like you know it's like just the funniest funniest thing you've ever seen your entire life <hes> and there was nothing inherently like spiritual about that experience. It's not like we're sitting down in a circle and we have someone chanting. Some ancient Mayan chant can't and were purging are like you know it's none of that stuff but the next day you look back on that experience and it's like wow what a life-affirming experience I was <hes> you know to feel such <hes> such overwhelming immense amounts of joy with other humans while doing something outside and appreciating the the intricate beauty of of how wild and and unique our planet is and seeing something that you know seeing the planet early on it from in a in a way that never really seen it before <hes> and I think you can do that you can. You don't have to be Mexico doing that. In Sonoda you take some L._S._D.. and go to fucking cabin in the woods ads and bridgewater and sit next to a creek and be under some trees but see I like that. I feel like that when I'm outside all the time no you don't know you don't well. I don't yeah like I'm on L._S._D.. But I do it is spiritual totally one hundred percent but from that perspective of like with something like l._S._d.. Or mushrooms or you know I mean you name your your your psychoactive psychoactive psychedelic drug or medicine. You want <hes> it. You're tapping into <hes> you're tapping being into a a new a New Vision. You're tapping into another dimension. You're still here. You're still present. You're still seeing the world that we know but you're seeing it through. It's like a curtain has opened up and you're seeing it from another dimension. <hes> and it's like it's so miraculous. It's awe-inspiring. It's it's it's religious you know pick. It said sounds silly but like to look at a dragonfly while you're high on Alyce. There's not any I've never experienced anything like that. My Life I never will never experienced anything more jaw-dropping leave fucking so when I say come out here and look at these goddamn birds in the backyard look at them look at them crawling around the the trees are giving the seeds birds or eating. The seeds cab is chasing the birds the cat birds come back the talk to each other about the cat. When I say say that and you're like Oh yeah that's cool? I am tripping out and you're not seeing it. So you know what I do. See it again where you're saying. I'm there with you. I see it. I see your video i. See your story or instagram story of the birds hopping around and each each taking their turn like jabbing into the earth to try to grab the worm. I see that and I fucked like that's our planet. That's crazy but then when you see that again. It's not that you're you're not. It's not that you're seeing and going Oh my God. I'm seeing this for the first time it you're seeing and you're going Oh. I'm seeing this from a different perspective. I'm seeing this from a bird's eye view. I'm seeing this from you know unseen this with a.
"julianne moore" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"And I just think more rivers should be creeks. And that's where I'm gonna leave it. What's your first thing? My first thing. Magic. I. This is going to be tough for me. I mean, it's going to be tough for all of us. I have never once in my life gotten a magic eye painting really never once in my life. I've gotten one to work, and it wasn't until I was in my college that I Don on me that it is probably because of my blinds. Yeah. I could never ever people would see it and be like that's clearly a boat. And it'd be like fuck are you talking trade and everything like people like a life had is very difficult for me. So like the pro tip on magic is is that you're supposed to use. What is called divergent viewing? What is this? It's where you go to the movie, and you see the flick about the woman who defies. The the redhead woman from oh my God. I couldn't remember a single actor's name. I just I can't think of a single actor's name in the movie divergent at exists ever. It's not Yana reefs. Okay. Holy shit. Wait canneries in diverting. No. I just a celebrity that I was able to think of oh my God. Julianne Moore, maybe or Kate Winslet is in one of those magic is there's good divergent viewing now diverge viewing. So instead of focusing your eyes, which is everybody's inclination to do you look past it. So you kind of have something in front of you, and you act as if you are looking through it and passed it. But then you. But then you can kind of like is are so weird. Right. Because if you they really do work like a camera lens where you can adjust focus kind of like. You can control it. And so like, that's what you're supposed to do is like dial it in and out until you see the boat, and I could never see the boat. They know and it's hard for me. Honestly, like, I don't have to hit him to practice a lot. It's not like one of those things you get good at right away. Okay. Here's the thing about magic. I it was super huge in the nineties so much. So that there were three books released, and they spent together a total of seventy three weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. I remember this is a kid. I remember it being thing. And it's so quaint now when I think about it if the world was going crazy for these books and posters. Like, a simpler time I like to think that Mr. magic guy who invented it. Steve magic. I Mickey you play this game. Because I have the info Ray, he I think he had this invention lockdown Pat in like nineteen fifty and he was like, no they're not ready for it yet. I'm gonna wait until it's the most lucrative the most profitable. And then in the early nineties everybody got dial up internet, and he was like oh fuck if I don't get this out once everybody's on the internet. Nobody's gonna give a shit about magic. They will download their own magic. I and be bored with it in a week. So magic I actually has a history and that history is auto stereo grams, which are images that appear three d through to d patterns and this started as a random dot stereo Graham, invented by a neuroscientist in nineteen fifty nine.
3 new movies to check out this weekend
"New movies this weekend. There are three new movies one getting the most run I'll tell you the other two first a movie called Gloria bell after getting divorced a free spirited middle. Aged woman jumps back into the dating scene and finds love on the dance floor in clubs around Los Angeles. Starring Julianne Moore, Sean Astin, John Turturro K. If you don't wanna see that you could see the kid a young boy gets caught in the crossfire between the infamous outlaw Billy the kid. And sheriff Pat Garrett thing about both of them. I haven't seen a single trailer on either of those frisk Pratt. Ethan Hawke why met in studio recently, he was in town with a movie about four months ago, and was really cool. Vincent, you free Fritos in that one as well. Now, the one everybody's talking about captain marvel as earth gets caught in the middle of a war between alien races. Carol danvers a woman on international women's. Hero enters the fight after being turned into one of the most powerful superheroes. Starring Brie Larson, Samuel L Jackson and Jude law. That's cool. Very cool. You know, it's just the continuation at the end of 0 wars, we got the teaser for hers. So this is this is the next I guess, we have one more avengers movie. Very nice. I now trailers look really good for this one too. I didn't wanna see it. She'll look stupid. But boy, it's getting rave reviews is already breaking records and talking about a former US air force fighter pilot in the middle of a galactic war. I mean, that's that'll get my mind on how much more International Women's Day. Can you totally international? The I even recognized in the trailer at one point I see her training. You know, she was apparently before becoming a fighter pilot. She's a cadet at the air force academy are working out in her air force account. Wait for it. Now. So captain marvel Brie Larson Samuel L Jackson. Ben Mendelsohn Jude law. That's the one everybody's going to be talking about throughout the weekend. And when you go back to work on
What Can We Learn From China's Music Business?
"We've talked a lot on this show about how the recording industry has changed due to streaming platforms like Spotify and apple music. But today we're going to be discussing a couple of streaming platforms. You probably never heard of ten cent music and net ease both are Chinese platforms which cater mostly to domestic artists. But unlike Spotify both have managed to turn a profit even in a country, where music piracy has been rampant for years to find out more. I spoke with Sherry who she's a freelance music and technology writer for outlets like billboard and Forbes, and when I reach her by Skype today, we began with what makes the Chinese music industry different. I think one really interesting aspect of the Chinese industry that the French sheets from what's going on in most western markets. Maybe some of the markets in Asia's Wallace that there's really a holistic view of. Celebrities enough celebrity culture in China. Meaning that if you're one of the biggest singers or music celebrities in China, you're also very likely a really big actor are also very likely pursuing a lot of deals with fashion brands and another smaller comedies, and if I were go to China and listen to music, what would I see that's different from the United States. Is there broadcast radio terrestrial radio record stores? How is the market fundamentally different from what people here might be used to? I do think broadcast and TV still play such an important role. Like singing, contests rapping, contests is this one show called wrap of China. Pizza told you so a lot of people treat that as a gateway from the artist's perspective into the major corporate hip hop world in China in terms of the physical market. I actually don't think CDs and bottle records are really increasing in China doll for showed the dominant mode of music consumption is still streaming and most of that is happening for free. But one thing that is also different is that if you look at the if you look at a given streaming service in China on how people consume music, I think it is much more multi media by default within a singular platform. So if you think about the the average US extreme consumer you might discover a song on Spotify, a non you'd have to go to YouTube to wash the music video whereas on some of the biggest services in China. Let q music you have audio video more fully integrated. And it's awesome. Much for social experience that you can comment on videos and songs and share them with your friends. A lot more easily through the same platform, you reported the China is recorded music industry is growing really quickly, but it's still relatively small, and if you look at the per capita spending, it's only like twenty cents per person per year is that because so much of this. Dreaming is free is that because there's so much piracy a combination of those factors if it were totally legitimate and people were paying for what they're listening to how big could possibly be. I'm not sure if any official numbers published on this fed, if you ask anyone who is active in the Chinese industry in the early two thousands like around two thousand five they would say that consumption digital music exception with essentially ninety nine percent pirated any would have situations where these platforms in companies that are quite big are actually just sourcing their music from or call the cloud locker. Files so essentially like MP three files that were stored in the cloud somewhere downloaded onto their platform, regardless of having any kind of fishing license from the major labels, and it's only within the last night even five years. I would say just like two three years that major labels are now pursuing official licenses and in many cases, exclusive licenses with Alexa, tencent music in net. Use cloud music as well, which are the two biggest platforms in the country. And so I think now that we have that infrastructure in place. I think the industry will grow more quickly. The other thing that you point out is that they're streaming platforms like Netease and ten cent. They're actually signing artists way. A record label would is that part of the trend there that a lot of artists in China are bypassing what we would consider to be the traditional model where you signed to a label label releases your music, and then a streaming service picks it up. Yes. Definitely. And this is so interesting because not just in China and. India you see one of the biggest streaming services in India called seven also running their own essentially, artists management and music marketing company already in addition to a streaming platform distribution platform underspin mostly positive reaction. And I think that the the same is happening in China yet the net use cloud music, assigning direct deals, both with local end with international artists. I think there's this realization that these platforms. Not only have a lot more reach just by nature. But also, they have the digital marketing expertise and the ability to move really quickly and dynamically that traditional labels might not have. I'd like you to explain the idea of tipping, and why that's important to streaming music and China, and whether or not western music companies could emulate that behavior. Yes, definitely. So let's take tencent music as an example. According to their most recent financial report, I think the filing that they put out a head of their appeal launch US December. They revealed that they made over seventy percent of their revenue not from audio streaming but from tipping as low as maybe even a couple of cents so didn't have to be large donations, but the sending money to creator. So they wanted to support for us to they wanted to support. And you see this kind of tipping micro payment dynamic, not just the livestream environment. But even in a downloading environment. I think part of it is distinct China, but I think what other western is extreme platforms. Can learn is that there's a much wider diversity of people's willingness to pay for music into support artists than just the nine ninety nine a month that I feel like a a lot of us are being funneled into
Amy Schumer's 'Horrifying' Baby Shower Cake Even Has A Butthole
"I won't thank you at all something is truly wrong with you. But I love you, Instagram and celebs are all in the comments saying crazy things caught the attention of anti-cholera new called the cake. Incredible and Julianne Moore who dubbed it the best. I've ever see you have to see it is Nancy. It's at Fred, Angie dot com. Are you hungry after you see that now visualize? Eat some cake. Nice vanilla cake for maybe that would make me very nervous for childbirth. Obviously. Are you still thinking? Having four kids. I'm thinking that. I thought it was gonna be Waco, sir. I actually did too. I wasn't sure what you were talking about either. Like, I I didn't know if you were talking I didn't know where you're going with that story thought it was gonna be like something with her body and a cave. That's what I thought. That's what I thought too. I thought that too. I thought that maybe it was going to be like a natural ingredient house people do that. While the. Bernie ause grows the fumes are gross
"julianne moore" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Friend. I'm not going to call you by your character name all day. I like when people try Columbus name onset. I'm like, no, I'm khloe only suffer to me as Chloe. And then when I'm acting acting. It's not it's not that serious. What actress Julianne Moore being the pinnacle? We all agree. Could you tell us some other actors who've impressed? You nNcholas cage. I'm just kidding. We all know he's perfect. It's like going. Sillier that I've worked with just like a contact with. Geno. Washington is another one who really meant toward me hem Pauletta, his wonderful wife. John David is amazing, son. Like, I love that family. I love the Washington's they are. I mean, that's real at the southern comes through all various other in like we bond over caramel cake. And you know, I just I love the I love them, very deeply and Denzel took me under his wing in a movie that was very very difficult in a character was playing a young prostitute. You know, types out eight years old exactly it was he saw me. Acitivity setting that one, you know, he he was really wonderful with me for a young age, and is is being wonderful that point in time. But he kept up with it in the family kept up with it. And they check in and they give you a call, and they chant be new and to this day Pauleta will walk around and back. I love Chloe Koi is my girl crosser like we will come after. The same way. You know? It's it's a. It's a crew. You know, what I mean, they're they're wonderful. So that's probably like someone who really really shaped me. And then, you know. I would say working working with desert Aqaba on and and saw lane enforce good. Look in in the message -cation of Cameron post, which is. My most recent movies film that really that was a different than anything also very very special experience. And it's because. They aren't the most famous at worked with and it was obvious first real scripted movie. American Onny is it's different. Yeah. The world, and this was a proper scripted film. You know in industrial Kvant, directing it, this is her first real proper film that she wasn't actually in in. She was directing us. And so to be on a set like that. It was monumental for me in the progression. Of who? I am in my identity isn't actor. Because. It made me sit back and go. Yeah. I know a lot about being onset. I spent more time on than I spent anywhere my whole life. But to see it from their perspective, and the wonderment and the questioning and also the I don't wanna do it that way. Well, that's true. I agree. I guess we don't need to do it that way. It's just it's it's just it was a really special special experience that also created a bond where they're my best friends like I love them. And I would go to the end of my day for that. And. That's important really important court. Plus, you say it comes down to this two months, or however, many months, you're shooting of your life. Yeah. And if you can have that than it's a happy, happy shoot, it's a happy to happy shoot. And especially because the film is not a happy movie. Not unhappy feeling unhappy. But the subject is tenuous. Yeah. Like, it is it is a difficult subject matter, but meals, the first movie I did off of my year and a half break that I took. Right. So that was also a very different everything was different. We shot in two twenty three days free hundred fifty thousand dollars quick it was it was a shotgun. Shoot we filmed in the camp that we actually lived in. So we were all living in the rooms that we were filming in. So it's really wild process. But it it brought me back into this career going like, okay? I know why I'm doing this again. And I understand why I'm doing this. This is the point. He's fascinated with your break. I'm fascinated with you having the well, not not not having met you. Now. Listen to you. Nothing would surprise me. You're you're very special person. Clearly, and you have a very great intellect and a great curiosity, and these are all great attributes for an actor of any age at anytime. But. What finally pushed you to the brink to say, I don't want to do this anymore..
"julianne moore" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Like me. Now. Susan and Dan sound really cute together right now adorable even. Things aren't always so civilized between the two of them. They can't be. Their jobs. Their livelihood depends on beating each other on a regular basis, I'm incredibly competitive in. So yes for me, it's competitive. That's why when Dan is out doing ace stuff. I'm usually not very happy about it. I don't want to crush. But I will. For the record. Susan does not look like someone who would crush you. She has kind is and rusty red hair. When she smiles she looks like a more approachable Julianne Moore. When I visited her and Dan at their home in San Carlos Susan actually greeted me at the door with a basket of limes from her backyard. Someone who wants to crush. You would never bring you a basket of limes from their back yard work. Susan would not bring you lines. Not a few a competitor. Definitely not. I know I say this a lot but Susan Dan really should have been characters in Nora Ephron, romantic comedy. It's like you've got mail. But so much better. Yes. This is a love story about rivals. But it's also a love story about something that is so near and dear to me print newspapers. See I started my career in print at the new York Daily News. I love newspapers. I thought I would stay at newspapers for the rest of my life, and then the internet happened, and we all just started podcasts. Dan, Susan's ink-stained. Romance wouldn't have been possible without whose papers it starts with newspapers. Their love story began when Dan was a reporter for his college newspaper. Susan was a couple years older, and she was already covering college football for the Sacramento bee by saw her in the end zone figured I'd just treat her like any other reporter and make little chitchat. So walked up and sets that quarterback had a good game or something and she turned around and walked away. Did bigly without a sound. Yeah. I mean, that's that's technically the story. There is much more backstory. But I was like who is this guy. That's really why it wasn't the big paper dissing. The college was love at first light. If love at first light isn't the perfect name for a screwball romantic comedy about baseball newspapers. Then I really don't know. What is? Susan finally decided to talk to Dan about four games later. He regaled me with stories about how he just turned twenty one and had been out drinking the night before as if he had never ever had a drink before until he turned twenty one. And I thought he's kinda sweet. So we started started dating a week or two after that. That's the thing about when you're on a sportsbeat is you can only escape people for so long. You're covering every game week after week. The press box is especially for division. Two college football, aren't that? Huge. They started dating they were both really ambitious and they wanted to move up in the newspaper world..
"julianne moore" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"And then at the end, it's like, Nope, just getting. She's in hell. You're like. Yeah, Caitlyn. What's your history of this movie? I lived my whole adolescent and adult life until two years ago. Thinking that I had seen this movie as a teenager, and I think it was just because I knew the very iconic moments of the movie, which is the shower scene where she finds out. She gets her period and has a bunch of tampons and pads thrown at her and the prom scene, which I think I might have actually seen that whole sequence and lay out and then just think that I had seen the whole moving. But yeah, I watched it two years ago and realized, oh, I've actually never seen this whole movie. So that was a fun revelation for me. But I do distinctly remember seeing the rage Kerry to we went. Did that come out that. No, no, no. It was just the Kimberly Pierce one. I'm not entirely sure it was. I think in early two thousands will let me let me get your video deal. Oh, then because I know a nine nine hundred ninety nine out. I said, not because I know computers remitted which Julianne Moore, but I I haven't seen that yet. So that's actually watching it today. I was. I was really curious about how her treatment of it would change it. Yeah, I haven't seen the remake. Yeah, that was Julianne Moore as the mother and Chloe Chloe. Grace merits as Kerry blonde girl. Chloe really doesn't narrow it down. But it also reduce women to their hair colors. Jamie, I, but also..
"julianne moore" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Senate Judiciary committee next week. But there are conditions Christine blazey Ford backed offer demand at the FBI investigator case before she testifies. She is now calling for the conditions to be fair in that they ensure her safety so as for a win. That's the question Kavanagh's expected to testify on Monday Ford's attorney says she's willing to testify next Thursday. She says is too soon, and that her client miss Ford does not want to be in the same room as cavenaugh as we know a lot can happen between now and Monday several women in Hollywood, speaking out in support of Dr Christine blazey Ford, either probably guess who they are. But here are some of them America. Ferrera marie. Ratto may Julianne Moore. Gabriel union whoever she is. Gabrielle union. I dunno whatever either longoria. They're all say here. Here's a statement. The lady say we want to thank you for publicly sharing your story of sexual violence as members of the Senate determine whether supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh should serve as spring court Justice. This context is critical. And then they wrap it up with your strong, and you are not alone. You are a survivor and millions of us have your back you and your testimony are credible. We believe you signed your sisters. What testimony? How can you believe her? If you haven't heard any explanation from her at all. How can you believe Brad Kavanagh? If you have not heard any testimony from him on this subject at all. We're in a crazy crazy world planes flying over with banners. We believe you what is there to bleed? Nothing's been said yet. There's been an accusation through the press. Unless I missed something a letter that was given to the Senate Judiciary committee. So once again, she hasn't said anything we haven't heard anything. Man. It's crazy. And that's why I made the statement that anything can happen between now and Monday. Those days we can edition brought to you by Brown Chevrolet. Rush Limbaugh warning commentary brought to you by Dory's guns. All in the next thirty minutes. This is Andy.
John Lennon is now on a forever stamp
"Former Beatle John Lennon is now on a forever stamp, the postmaster general dedicated the stamp yesterday at a ceremony at the band shell in New York City's central park Lennon's photo on the stamp is the same picture. He used for his walls and bridges album. Lennon was a longtime New Yorker in shot to death outside his home at the Dakota apartments on the Upper West side in nineteen
China's trade surplus with US hits record $31 billion
"China's trade surplus where the US is at a new record customs data released this week says China's trade surplus was over thirty one billion dollars in August, which is a new record in about three billion dollars higher than to lie. The US is China's largest export market at its surplus in the US has risen nearly fifteen percent this year. China's exports to the US continue to accelerate despite President Trump's terrace in August targeting fifty billion dollars of Chinese
"julianne moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Actress julianne moore in one of her social media posts why we wear black while for equality for all across all industries for safety amongst every worker in every occupation for inclusion of all women and marginalized people hashtag times up the the most powerful speech of the night which is making the news came from oprah winfrey she was being given a special award and it was her platform to speak passionately and eloquently for about five minutes in support of the free press of a new day dawning on the horizon and women speaking the truth for too long women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak the truth to the power of those men but their time is up while cagey matthews is an entertainment reporter in los angeles and she's been following events and gave me her assessment of the show usually you see these wonderful elegant award show gowns in people can't wait to talk about with their wearing and who they're wearing in you know promote their films in who they can't wait to see in all that was missing this year you got none of that it was very low key obviously everybody on the carpet was wearing black even if they had a little color in their designer gowns they were still wearing black and all they wanted to talk about women and the changes that are happening in hollywood and how they're so excited that a number of activists from all around the world were there tonight to walk hand in hand with ehlass actress this to talk about the times up initiative and the changes that they want to see air how they want to raise money for their legal defense fund to help women who are experiencing sexual harassment and sexual misconduct and don't have the platform to speak out or the help that they need the.
"julianne moore" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"There's only one bad when it's though the guy after currently joh that's really bad there's another guy named joe something and he sucks uh but curley joe is the one that's very effeminate right once you stop it not so right that's that's still very funny debate yet hurley joe has you know but he the fairly brothers researchers mmhmm i bought it on blind faith honestly there's some laugh some there are some lefts in it yeah i love larry david is dead on i thought the impressions that the three guys did of the three stooges were pretty excellent yeah but i eat asa i mean they they were good the guys we were very good i just hated that it became like heartfelt at the end where like mole feels bad for the way sri come the fuck that a and all that it should have been not my hashtag not my mo it by the way this is fairly brothers it should have been goddamn kingpin all the way through make it a ridiculous romp all the way through it you don't have to come on do we have this fucking i here anyway all right wonder struck i mean i i could try to give you a synopsis but we don't have enough time it's too peril while stories one in the '70s a boy the mom and dad die one in the thirties our 20s a girls looking for her mom played by julianne moore that one's done entirely silent oh god it's about a deaf girl it's done silent movie style what's nice lives about a deft grow but it did but they actually play it like a silent ilie uh there are a long scenes where people are writing their dialogue on a note pat and showing it to each other long scenes uh the movie is over two hours i the only reason i finish it is because i couldn't believe how bad and terrible at was and in the end it turns into a at the end there like we better explain what's going on and they hastily explain what's going on in a five minute stop motion animation segment jesus christ this just stop it as far as i'm concerned was one of the worst movies of the year and it was sent to me for my consideration.
"julianne moore" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the bravo clubhouse for the podcast vision of watch what happens live with me and the big guys it is andy it's halloween at it's the watch what happens live with the andy cohen podcast really excited about tonight's episode have julian more and we'll be goldberg coming on plus a bunch of trickortreaters who you won't be able to see but if you check our instagram you can you can see there costume we came up with some really fun ones we've got the gay shark in costume i won't tell you what he's going to be we have some twists on bravo liberties and i hear that someone is coming as me some light muscle boy which i like i like it that my staff they either see me as a muscle boy or they know how to please me which is a we'll just muscles dress zandi i am such a julianne moore fan she's my favorite ginger although i love that andy and we'll be goldberg who i mean the great thing about julianne moore whoopi goldberg you can talk to them about anything the conversation can kinda go anywhere i always like to stir the turgid about the view and julianne moore i really want to ask her about mark walberg and said that i think he said he regrets making boogie night serie as to apologize to god and i mean it pissed me off on behalf of book because it's such a group anyway enjoy the show we back after get them.
"julianne moore" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You know is the motivation for what he does in the film is really confusing and you know what i mean and now not clear at all like this the look what is the motivation for what he's doing winging what he may have done the two home invaders guys seem completely characterists you know what i mean like a caricature um i don't i just don't i don't understand what was going on there um you know there are moments of of of violence and assume that you know have been of the coen brothers of our known for that as well and there there are a couple of shocking moments of violence in the movie that seem to come out of nowhere and then there's lake um the you know the relationship between a than hasselbeck matt damon and nab and julianne moore as a leaving character is really sketchy and doesn't really make a lot of sense it just seems like it be it did it this is a half asked movie it's like it's like what you said eric it's like jolis and cohen had this scripted likely throught drawn clooney tried to make a movie out of it and it didn't work there's a reason why these scrip wasn't produced so i agree with you i agree with you want wonder percent on this except about i asked her isaac again i think the kids good i think the kid is actually really vine yeah so i like the kid a lot um and i liked ask her eyes galop it other than that this is a complete mess an absolute mess and in terms of style and in terms of don't you know a tone in in terms of storytelling the acting is all over the map there's nothing to grab onto even if you're even if you're watching a movie like if you're watching a movie like.
"julianne moore" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"One of the movies that has generated the most interest in this season is a film with lots and lots and lots of big names surrounding it a one of the big names as the director george clooney he is also one of the screenwriter's among the other screenwriter's are people like a grant hass love who worked with george clooney a previously and the coen brothers the coen brothers wrote the original script than clooney worked on an and then they came up with this film which clooney directed it stars matt damon and julianne moore they play a couple living in a middle class kind of stayed white bread life in nineteen 59 america but then everything changes when that couple julianne moore and matt damon suffer a brutal home invasion robbery there's some behalf to those men who from bikinis there will be strong movie five viewer into the mob from money that might explain what happened to your wife these animals to everything from us nothing like this ever happening here are safe play it y okay um the safe place is a fictional suburb it's very very loosely bathe based on levin town and they start off the film with a little ads showing the ad for the a plan community that which they all inhabit which is called suburban khan and suburban con gets is very very very first black family this movie supposed to be taking place in 1950 nine and a yes it and george clooney goes to a lot of links to show how conformist this was and how buttoned up and how eisenhower era and how terrible and the terrible racist response to this black family now this is very loosely based on something that actually happened in levitt town on in nineteen fifty seven but when i say very loosely based this goes way over the top i mean there is a a very disturbing riots seen that the movie delivers there's also most of the movie which has nothing to do with this black family that you hardly get to know the focus really is on the main family in the film where what happens is is so brutal and disgusting and when i say disgusting partially because there is a a wonderful child actors nine years old named noa joop and.
"julianne moore" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"O for my pillow a meanwhile a don't fall asleep at the movie the theater pick a movie that's right for you that will be the subject of this report from the front from hollywood one of the movies that has generated the most interest in this season is a film with lots and lots and lots of big names surrounding it a one of the big names as the director george clooney he is also one of the screenwriter's among the other screenwriter's are people like a hass love who worked with george clooney a previously and the coen brothers the coned brothers wrote the original script than clooney worked on an and then they came up with this film which clooney directed it stars matt damon and julianne moore they play a couple living in a middle class kind of stayed white bread life in nineteen 59 america but then everything changes when that couple julianne moore and matt damon suffer a brutal home invasion robbery there's some behalf to tell you those men killed for mom leaky them we'll be strong we'll be far fewer into the mob for money that might explain what happened to your wife these animals to everything from us nothing like this ever happens here the former safe play at y okay um the safe place is a fictional suburb is very very loosely based on levitt town and they start off the.
"julianne moore" Discussed on WGTK
"One of the movies that has generated the most interest in this season is a film with lots and lots and lots of big names surrounding it one of the big names as the director george clooney he's also one of the screenwriter's among the other screenwriter's are people like a grand hass love who work with george clooney previously and the coen brothers the con brothers wrote the original script than clooney worked on it and then they came up with his film which clooney directed it stars matt damon and julianne moore they play a couple living in a middleclass kind of state aid white bread life in nineteen fifty nine america but then everything changes when that couple julianne moore and matt damon suffer a brutal home invasion robbery there some behalf to tell you ghost men killed from leaking we'll be strong we'll be five if were into the mob from money that might explain what happened to your wife these animals to everything from us nothing like this ever happens here a safe play it y okay the safe place is a fictional suburb it's very very loosely based on levin town and they start off the film with a little ads showing of the ad for the a plan community that in which they all and have at which is called suburban khan and severe but khan gets is very very very first black family this movie supposed to be taking place in nineteen fifty nine and a yes it george clooney goes to a lot of links to show how conformist this was and how buttoned up and how eisenhower era and how terrible and the terrible well racist response to this black family now this is very loosely based on something that actually happened in levitt town in nineteen fifty seven but when i say very loosely based this goes way over the top i mean there is a a very disturbing riots seen that the move we delivers there's also most of the movie which has nothing to do with this black family that you hardly get to know the focus really is on the main family in the.
"julianne moore" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"One of the movies that has generated the most interest in this season is a film with lots and lots and lots of big names surrounding it a one of the big names as the director george clooney he is also one of the screenwriter's among the other screenwriter's are people like it grand half's love who worked with george clooney a previously and the coen brothers the coen brothers wrote the original script then clooney worked on an and then they came up with this film which clooney directed it stars matt damon and julianne moore they play a couple living in a middle class kind of stayed white bread life in nineteen fifty nine america but then everything changes when that couple julianne moore and matt damon suffer a brutal home invasion robbery there's some behalf to tell those men killed from bikini bowlby's strong we'll be fine if you were into the mob from money that might explain what happened to your wife these animals to everything from us nothing like this ever happens here safe play it y okay the safe place is a fictional suburb is very very loosely based on levitt town and they start off the film with a little ads showing the ad for the a plan community that in which they all and have at which is called suburban khan and severe khan gets it's very very very first black family the cid movie supposed to be taking place in nineteen fifty nine and a yes it uh george clooney goes to a lot of lengths to show how conformist this was and how buttoned up and how eisenhower era and how terrible and the terrible well racist response to this black family now this is very loosely based on something that actually happened in levitt town in nineteen fifty seven but when i say very loosely based this goes way over the top i mean there is a a very disturbing riots seen that the move we delivers there's also most of the movie which has nothing to do with this black family that you hardly get to know the focus really is on the main family in the.
"julianne moore" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"This is a cbc podcast critics on being super would call on his brilliant to ramon diabolically clever to make decisions like what's best for the family to with twisted who holds until the end of the news and pink matt damon julianne moore arise he's going to decide on leaders october twenty seven going down he passed away last night the news about going danny of the tragically his passing is deemed belt all around this country this morning especially among the many musicians who toured with gaurd who called him appear an an influence one of them is the lead singer of our cal's from hamilton ontario max carmen and he joins me now on the line i max a thanks for joining us how you ceiling uh you know one of those mornings were you you look at your phone uh they're bad news bad news is that ever i think everyone still processing it right now as a way you you knew him you you you went on tour with them rain yeah we did vote canadian dortha across the country uh from first corriere followed halifax back in two thousand thirteen and we actually recorded our our second record at the bath house which which many late jane banja luka have made me the guy which is the treasury hip studio rare in bath on jerry i started kingston uh yeah so uh yeah we near rabat and or obviously master fans and it's been really in fourth well what did he mean to you as a musician in this country.
"julianne moore" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Depth bridges julianne moore is isn't it is well but i just hear that it so get gone so kind of crazy it loses the heart and the fun of the first went now that that i feel like if you're a fan of the first king nervy you go into this where with lowered expectations then you're probably didn't enjoy i mean i think most of its going in all hopped out that excited the dumping that looked like the first one be might be disappointed that if we go in no in and that's going to live out feel it they were probably will enjoy it a little bit more last time i checked it with trending in the fifty on rotten caneda oh is that right okay all right yeah that's that's a good review on that okay okay but you saw the lego movie i love legos so tell me about the like a movie well it's funny i really had no interest in actually see in it i was just taking my kids 'cause they wanted to see it elbatsh but this is a lego murphy both you're not familiar with him jaakko this is a kid show bet um it's about a bunch of his ninja who were trying to compete this one really bad guy i mean it's kind of difficult for his shelf but with a lego treatment it light lego batman or the first leg of movie where everything of course it done iraq out so it no well apart and then also think about warm jet it has this far in kind of bruce tv by through it affect jackie chan is even end it off though it has a whole other elements do it at it so many great pop culture referenced it i couldn't believe that because like the kids there would be higra i would be laughing my head off and my kids with iraq and they'd be lacking thirty seconds later by ended up lagging the lego nitchaga movie but again if.
"julianne moore" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"All this on this is a buck going song and i am camels variety show which was on for a few years and i remember watching as a as a little vignette all these great great towns on keeping kohl could a variety show work today i wouldn't want to hear any of the people that come in the variety show he actually had real talent i really sound like a funny dining out too well valued had a problem when you go back and look at the variety shows recently worked as because of the calibre of talented surrounding the whole right that would be the problem to today you have a talent deficit on the other side let's go to david in florida on line five an ice misspoke earlier chris's correcting main because he knows these things and chris corrected man said that the a ls film which i should have known was julianne moore and not diane keaton on it was called still alice 2014 still our so i apologise my pending dementia is clearly gotten in my way but i say what's my what's everybody else's excuse i know my excuse what everybody else that all right david go ahead hey laura david in richmond virginia mlk i don't know why why it says florida on my screen but man all i can do is do what i can do but you go ahead my friend hey hey i'm a big fan of raymond as well and of war in the world over you so we haven't talked about we haven't talked about sovereign night probably i think we've second number one in seventy and great great prong gentle on my mind the very very quote back and he did a different good karlic every time you fang it those are two good ones if you have time to play a snip of either one i won't play i remember you we're we're out of time on this segment we're gonna keep this gone eight five five forty laura we can put north korea offer a little bit to talk about something that brings people together which is music will dump out with i remember you glen campbell passes away at the age of eighty eighty one and he was an amazing talent and hshares shares music today the great thing about this is a great thing about the internet as you can keep sharing music long after someone passes away their musical a legacy lives on we see that.