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"lake bell" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"lake bell" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Okay? Are you okay? Both of y'all. In a very long post, Chelsea said Joe helped her believe in love and that being with him was the greatest gift. His post was shorter. Basically saying they are still friends and he's her number one fan. And judging from both posts, I bet you Chelsea broke up with Joe. How do you how? Let me tell you how. And I have some sympathy and some empathy because I feel the same way. No, not even that. I just think that Chelsea handler has been single for a long time. And when you've been single for a long time, you get used to a certain kind of life. Walking around your house. But you're not saying it out. Going to bed when you want to go to bed. Ordering the food that you want to order without asking somebody else. And a lot of times when you've been single for that long, compromise is hard. You know, I was on Chelsea handler with them. And when we all met, we were all fresh, we all young, you know, we didn't have the wrinkles. And there was always this playfulness between the two of them. You know? Yes. But Chelsea is a person. I believe who likes variety. I mean, she's been with 50 cent. She's been with a variety of different dudes and, you know, Joe, I wasn't surprised when I saw them together, but to say, did I think it would last? I don't know. Because it's like, especially when you're a strong female like Chelsea, it's really hard to stay with the same dude. And that's just being honest. No, and I totally agree, but let me ask you this, Heather, because they were friends before. And they said they're going to stay friends after this breakup. Do you think they will? I think they will for sure. He seems like he's just too down to earth for them not to stay friends. And you'd hope that they would, because in the video, I mean, yeah, it was a little off, but I feel like it will continue to be a friendship. You think differently? Oh, no, no, no. I think that when you're at this age and you have been friends for so long. You draw that line in the sand that you say, look, we are Friends first and love our second. And I think what's really smart is she probably looked at him and said, you know what? I'm gonna ruin this. We are going to ruin this friendship if we keep on going this way. And I'm not hating on Chelsea handler, but there's something to say when a couple is trying to sell us on it too hard. Like, that video, she was trying to say, she was trying to sell herself. She's like, let's make this look okay. Yes. Does this look okay? I'm too close to both of them. And I love them both, and I wish them both well. And they'll be fine. Yes. They make it back together. You never know. She's great. They make it back together. Let's catch you up on some other celebs, making big news. Lonnie, what you got over there moving all quick. It's time for your Hollywood minute. Prince Harry is revealing the moment he knew Meghan was the one. Harry gave a speech at the UN in honor of Nelson Mandela day and explained that he felt a special connection to Africa ever since he first visited as a child. And it was there. He realized that Meghan was his soulmate. The two visited Africa twice while they were dating back in 2016 and 17, Cupid's arrow seems to have found its mark with Chris Rock. He was spotted with actress Lake bell in Croatia, the two held hands while on a walk before going on a boat tour. A source confirmed their relationship to E. News shortly after the July 4th weekend, where they were spending quite a bit of time together. All right now. And lizzo wants a piece of the kravis pie. Listen to what she told Andy Cohen and watch what happens live. What about Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's pervasive PDA? Oh. Let me get in the middle of that. I sat next to them at the Met
"lake bell" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Misses the PAT. After Jay Philly puts the all time kibosh on Booker. I'll never forget somebody bet on the chiefs. I'll never forget Jay Philly. They're showing bucker. He hasn't kicked anything yet. Jay feels like this guy other than Justin Tucker is the best kicker in the week. I'm like, oh, great. He's definitely missing out. He's done. Comes in. This is a 50 yard field goal Mississippi. Some calculating those points. Anyone who has the ober in the game is like, oh, there's four points out the window. But Casey goes up 9. Allen has the 25 yard touchdown. And then there's this weird sequence or a KC punts, buffalo has it. They punt like you mentioned where it felt like, why don't you, you're probably not getting the ball back. Now tyreek has the big punt return. Now it's like chiefs have this. They have it one. Right. And then we have that crazy third in one play where all of a sudden mahomes is running to the left. He's a wide receiver. And I think it wasn't even Kelsey. It was like Blake bell. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Backup tight end is taking the stat. Now, just the part, just the same thing. The snap part is rough for a guy who hasn't taken a snap, let alone the playoff game. Sal. How does mahomes not have the ball there? If you score you win, you're up two scores. Here's the question. You have two chances 31. You have your fucking backup tight end, doing shotgun pitch plays. What is happening? There's no excuse for that. There's no excuse for the backup tight end, or anything, but there's a better play, but that him getting injured on that quarterback sneak against Denver two years. Do you think it's screwed that up? It took that play out of there, right? So then the defense knows that's not gonna be a quarterback sneak. And then you can kind of key on whoever's in the back then. Now you can do something tricky with tyreek hill. But you know, you know that play they have because you've seen them do it a hundred times. Quick mahomes rolls out. Mahomes rolls out and throws that quick three yard slant to hill, who's the best? Yeah. And he's always open. Either way, way better. Have the ball. So somehow, I think this is like one of the lessons of this whole season is co cheer up well. These coaches, they can't just be like, Patrick Mahomes. I'm not going to overthink this. Here comes here comes Blake bell. We're never going to see this one coming. So anyway, we've always had a hard on for playing bell though. I do like when he's in the shotgun. So Blake bell, is that an actress? Or it is Blake bell? Is his name big pal? Yeah, I guess it is. No, that's Lake bell was there. Lake bell. It's a buffalo gets a ball back from people. Yeah. Alan's on fourth and four. And does that huge shotgun scramble thing? And just makes a play, which was awesome. That leads to support the 13 TD to Davis. That's insane for than 13. You could have kicked the field goal there and then be done, but then just need one more field goal, but the 13th was a bullet in there. Well, because they knew they probably weren't getting the ball back. By the way, he breaks the guy's ankles on that, Davis. So then they get the two point on yet another incredible Josh Allen rolling around, having a play out of his ass and even back then so then tyreek has 64 yarder. And what you're not famous scores. But what are you thinking Tyreke should have gone down? I'm like, you're giving Alan too much time. Make them spend their time out. Then you're starting to think Madden video game mask, right? This is way too much time for both quarterbacks. But yeah, go ahead. He scores with a minute 13. I minus one. I'm delighted hill scores and ten seconds later, I'm like, oh God, there's too much time. And it's like, there's no way Josh Allen, who hasn't been deterred by anybody. So then they come back down. Davis scores 13 seconds left and you know the rest. So now we get to the coin toss. The chiefs lost to this that my patriots a couple years ago. And so I'm going to change my opinion slightly on this because I'm sure. Oh, why? Because the Pats didn't win the coin toss. An hour. I have a better idea. So initially, it's like, look, we got to stop the other team. Don't give up a touchdown. Get the give up touch standard deserve to lose. The Pats beat the falcons this way they beat the cheese this way. I do think there's something to the defenses being just dead in the oven. Of course. Of course. I was able to watch it objectively this time without my thinking. And I'm like, oh my God, buffalo's defense is dead. But you can actually see their breath and when it's coming out like rapid fire, that means they're about to have a heart attack. Maybe it should be more than just one possession. So a couple months ago, I've been waiting to tell you about this. My father's Twitter account called quirky research. And they had this thing a couple months ago. They had this article from The Boston Globe in 1980 or 81. In the past, when I was a kid, they would just lose it over time every time. So the paths were complaining about the overtime rules. And they suggested the coach Ron Earhart his suggestion was that in overtime. This was 40 years ago and it's like one of the best ideas I've ever heard. I can't believe I've never heard it. First team gets the ball on OT. If they score the number of plays that it took for them to score, the other team gets the ball and they now have to score in the same amount of plays or less. Interesting. So what game shows us? I feel like this is like honestly the kind of name that too in ish, but if the chiefs they score a touchdown, right? They score in 6 plays. If we're watching today. Now buffalo has the ball. They have to score a touchdown in 6 plays or they lose. 6 is 6 tie or 5 plays, like they have to do one less. They can have 6 KC gets the ball back. Yeah. Maybe I don't know. I didn't see that part in the globe article if it's less than 6 that they actually win. But maybe they have to score in 6 plays and then it just keeps going. But I like that idea more than just showing just loses without touching the ball. That's not bad, or just how about the chiefs kick it off after going up 6 or 7? That's it. And then just play it out. So you wouldn't like the play counter on the bottom and over time where Romo is like, okay, Jim, that's four place. But they're on the exciting place, buffalo has to score in 6 place. It is more exciting, but it doesn't really jive with the rest of the hell rules go. What does? What rule makes sense where Joshua calls tales, they lose. He never sees the ball, and they couldn't stop him. I know it. I'm just glad the refs didn't blow it, really. They almost did. And we both thought, actually with the rams game, but wow, I won't get to that. We'll get to that. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, this was phenomenal. This game. So did you think with tyreek hill when he's running in just the peace sign? I'm like, they're not going to flag that, right? Please, because that's been called all year. They've of course. But they put it away that game. Yeah. So what do we so what do we remember this game? This is the Allen versus mahomes game. What do we call this game? Just the Allen mahomes game because you think the great games you can always remember was some sort of something. Can we just call it the Tony Romo game? I mean, the guy's got nothing. He's got nothing. Just give it to him. Even though he wasn't on the field. All right, so what do we say to buffalo fence? What do we say? I don't know, man. I don't know. It moved to the NFC. Move to the NFC north somehow. You're sort of in the north, go to the NFC, the petition the league and just say, look, our fan base, this town is crippled with misery over this football..
"lake bell" Discussed on Never Surrender
"Mediums Is is compelling to me. So for instance like you know in def- indie filmmaking has a tremendous amount of limitations. But i always think that that breeds creativity you know and so i think like taking on network television for instance. There's obviously a tremendous amount of limitations. But i know like all three of us in this room have have worked in this business and we've all worked on projects that are near and dear to our hearts and you know. Some of these projects happen very quickly some other projects. Take awhile la. And i know with do until i don't i think if i correct me if i'm wrong but you know this is something that you were working on for many many years many many years and then ultimately it finally went but And i have worked on projects to that. You know you write a script and it takes years until it finally gets made you know my question to you is as a creator. How do you sort of you know keep going. And how do you not give up with that project. What motivates you to keep pushing forward. I really feel that I need to tell stories and need to continue to do those things. Even when you know critics are going to punch me in the face and kicked me on the ground even though you know they don't know that you know you almost lost your son. And they'll continue to write shitty things about the art eve made an email. It's like it can be dark. You know and i think if you let it get to you or you can be intellectual. Go okay. that's okay. It's almost like when someone is angry at me. I have trouble with that. You know it's like. I gotta be okay with someone not liking what you made and or being angry at you and that's like a massive life lesson for all people you know doesn't mean that you're gonna die you know it means that you're alive and very much so people have opinions about you..
"lake bell" Discussed on Never Surrender
"At the at the sundance film festival you know. And i was just like oh man. I can't wait. I i think i know the one that i would vote for. You know they're talking about it and saying it's about this woman who takes on this You know sort of gendered world and just like oh man. I like those dessel somewhere to. i'd just had. And then they announced in a world lake lake belfer in a world. I just i. I just i mean awards schwartz right but like it was being recognized In really in the coolest of indie way could possibly you know recognize. And i think i was very I was so florida. And i remember getting up and being like shut because obviously i didn't prepare anything And i was like for a for a movie that is holy about words and voice. I find myself speechless. You know so. That worked out. But i think i you know it was it was. It was really beautiful and then it made it really hard for your second film. Because you're like you're not gonna you're gonna get. I felt like i knew making whatever i made. I felt like i was gonna get lacerated. Because i was it was just two golden and i did i got. I got pretty. I got pretty slapped on my second film. That that sucks. But i also had dealt with. It paled in comparison to the real dealing with. Which was i almost lost my son so it. So i did in fucking matter How is your house or son. He's great now..
"lake bell" Discussed on Never Surrender
"How did you get. How did you. What was your first voiceover job here. My first real one was like peabody and sherman or something. I played like a very tiny role. Mona lisa i think i played or something and there was like one small thing shrek whereas like which number seven you know it was just like small stuff and it was. I had a voiceover agent. Because i had done. Radio plays in london Cad i think they were named and that was really a long time ago so i had like a demo that i was sent off with with from drama school. Was it hard for you to break into directing. I think I mean. I think it was a huge. The huge a huge part of wanting to direct really came from wanting to play characters that i was excited to play And i had written. I'd always been a writer. Sort of closeted you know and then Sort of came out to my representatives as a as a writer I had wrote in a world. I and i brought it to my agents and said I want to shop for directors on this and find someone to direct me in starring in this movie that i wrote for myself and so we started and we shopped and chopped and it was like we couldn't quite find the person for it and my agent at the time. Still my agent. Billy lazarus said to me Why don't you drive this. He said he wanted to direct..
"lake bell" Discussed on Never Surrender
"And at the time was like you know she was like you got go back to drama school. You can't stay here for for this one moment. I didn't get the job. Of course. But i was just like you know she was like you need to but i remember thinking like oh my god. I'm in a goto to drama school and during all of my hot ears. I remember someone like song. Roka's all nine thousand nine hundred. That i was just gonna be there studying theater while other bitches are over there doing it. Sounds like a very childish. Various sort of like you know silly way to look at it. And i knew i had been writing since i was a kid man like i i had stories in and imaginary worlds and characterizations and like scenes and things that i had in my head since i was little you know that i have journals of and i knew i wanted to do that but i just felt a massive poll to an actor initial like it just like i wanted to be immersed in those worlds. I wanted to be fish out of what i went to learn all those things and pretend to exist in those other spaces for real. I needed to to to feel that but Saddam school was very satisfying in that respect. I'm so glad i went back. I'm glad that. I got to kind of express it the way that said when i came out of drama school and came to la. It was like the it was just a war. It just culturally was such a shock Going from i remember at trump school. They teach you how they prepare..
"lake bell" Discussed on Never Surrender
"You also had kind of a a big change as far as like where you were living you were living originally in manhattan but then you move to florida on earth. What kind of life changes that. That's got to be well. How old were you when that happened. I was like eleven. Oh my gosh. Eleven or twelve. So it's so weird. You're like who i am my like. What is all places to removing. Were you excited. The eleven year old in me and was like. Oh florida okay. Let me take that folder out in my head. What is florida. And i just saw the image of disneyworld and i was like that sounds good. Yeah that's cool surfing beaches right. I was like cool. Great oranges olive orange juice. Let's do this and so it was very simple. And then of course. The complexity is being in junior high going from an all girls school in new york city. Where it's like. You know you have all these street smarts of light you know we world uniforms and it was like they're nice parameters actually to kind of navigate the rest of the shit. So you're like okay. I know how to kind of take the crosstown bus to go to my tutor Got a hot dog at the kiosk. After you know there certain like standing how the world works within these blocks and then going to florida where it's like you know. First of all junior high boys no dress code. You know you're just like i think. Dress code was interesting. I don't know why that's coming up. But i think that there's something interesting about the limitations that you have. There's something lake we're all kinda in it. We're all wearing the same outfit right. So you're saying there's a safety in that a lot of safety. Yeah there's no competition really to go from that to a regular yeah lady. you're really gender too. You know what i mean like. It's florida so you're going into space..
"lake bell" Discussed on Never Surrender
"Pratt everybody get ready for this thing. I was like drink. A glass of whatever was going on because there's always like my parents would have friends over so like that. And i think the late late show was really born from the not having to i did not want to deal with the darkness and the like bore of trying to go to sleep. Oh i get yeah to. Your dad is jewish. My dad's a jew bombs protestant shiva's exactly the same as me. My dad was jewish. My mama's protestant well. My mom was raised is product. Yeah we didn't have a lot of religion in our in my upbringing. That said my mom was more interested in in the the the traditions in the pump and circumstance beauty of of what you know church offered you know. She's very visual. She liked emotionally kind of being transported into a space. That felt sacred. Like i could see that. She was like enamored of that kind of tradition shoe. She married a very gentlemanly waspy. Old money man and lake really we kind of you know that was raised and then my my father. They were divorced. By when. I was one so i always knew to two vastly different. Households did that Having parents divorce at that age like did that. What type of effect does that have on a on a child. It pushes you to do the late late. Show your legs year. Like i got a. I'm going to have to be quick. I can think of shit here But i will say no. I think actually it's a huge re personalities. In in my childhood. I used to be like oh so dysfunctional and it was but i think what's most interesting about it is that The sort of young ability to kind of start to assess assess a strong personality or manage a myriad of them vastly different people. I mean my dad is jewish. He married a catholic woman who was from sort of Working class background in in philadelphia. My father is like a sort of wealthy jew and then my mom who is like has this like really interesting background who came from jewish neighborhood but then was raised us since christian and married an old money. Ohio cristiano gentile and so you have all with with strong strong Cultural ties to wasp culture. And my mom yes. So it's like there is just like you know you go to sort of christmas to philly and You know in of the city and having a vastly different experience there and then you know into us at wasp culture. All of the first thing. That i thought was really ball. Sure sure you're seeing. The sort of lake taught white short starch and then just a lot of sort of stiff calculated movement towards a ball. Yeah sounds like very homoerotic away but So yes you're correct. But i think that it's yeah there's just I was immediately and always have been vastly obsessed with culture in general cultural politics. The human condition within a culture. I loved other languages. Other other countries a loved the idea of going to other countries and being like wow now i'm immersed i've been dropped into another sense. It's another reality. Like the way that everyone speaks looks at each other. Talks with their mouth moves. I mean their face looks different. And it's like the because they're speaking different languages with which have different resonance and the you know the way that they eat the way that they choose to sort of re rack to each other. It's just everything the smells. Every i just was very much immersed in in an obsessed with that and i think that's where i became really interested in storytelling and and people you know and and I like humans lot and interested in. And i wanna see how they live in all different ways. I get that. I mean you..
"lake bell" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics
"Individuals Make it through through cova and someone some podcast. Some pression podcast made the prediction that this program that they slipped through Was going to do more to help. Big business than it was going to help individuals who were struggling as a result of covid and a big reveal from I think the global mail this week. Verifies what we predicted. Which is at the canadian wage. Subsidy this program that was implemented And we were told would would support people Who are struggling as a result of covid. Well it was basically i think. It was one of the biggest transfers from the public purse to the to the private sector All under the justification of covid remember that yes this this investigation the global mail. There's four people who are who who who wrote it so you have to look it up because they don't recall all four of them but it's you know it just goes through the numbers in a way that you would imagine that a private company with very very few requirements to demonstrate that you've had negative financial impact from the pandemic of course is going to start lining the pockets of very wealthy corporations. We've known this for a long time. The national post and cbc if both done analyses on this and And showed and we've mentioned this show before that like corporations like rogers and lake bell more than hundred million dollars off of this wage subsidy and also managed to pay off their shareholders too massive amount. So what's interesting about. This is back in july. The global mail had this opinion piece written by someone who i forget. Write about this in my book. Which is why. I know this. But he was arguing that this program was going to be a massive subsidy massive wealth transfer from the public to the private sector. That's all this program is going to be. And when i was writing this section on the serb and coming up to this analysis in the global mail saying this is not a great program..
"lake bell" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Few hour drive. Which not for. I think the. I think they did a great job. I didn't really have any issues on my end. What they basically do. They had windows of time. Were there'd be like three or four films playing and would reserve a pass or whichever one you wanted then when that time came. You know there'd be a chat that would open up and you can talk to all the other festival goers i'm like fifteen ten fifteen minutes prior movie showing movie would premiere just stream. It started. you had like three hour number two not three hours like four hours to to finish it once you press play and then they had a live. Qna which was very cool when they take questions like from the chat and everything so for judaism the black messiah. They had everybody there. Chaka king they had daniel. Gloria they had keyed stanfield. They had dominique fischbach and they even had a friend. Hampton junior tried emden. Sonny was there. He was an adviser on the film. He was there every day on set. It was just a really neat experience. they had like a virtual era area. You can go into like create an avatar and you could join chats like if you went up close enough to see you a chat which basically opened up legs zoom more or less video chat with people Group they had everything you can think of. They pretty much had covered on. It was a very good experience and they had some great movies will besides juice and the black messiah. What were some other ones you saw i saw i saw tun i saw sensor was my first big one which is a person midnight film and that's takes place during the what's called the video nasty era in the uk Which is a very firm. But that's basically. There is a whole debate about violent. Content films books television That we go through. Every couple of decades it feels like and they were strict laws that got put in place in the country so this is about a woman who works on the censorship board and her job she just watches like these god awful like island exploitation films all day and decides whether to ban them outright or whether they have to cut scenes or content in order to pass the ratings board so she gets into like what kind of toll that would take which was really interesting to me with the conversations starting around people that do work for sites like facebook and everything. I'm unlike the mental health toll and the lack of support. That's given to people who to that kind of work. It into like a kind of psychological horror film at the same time. She watches a film that reminds her like a long buried childhood traumatic event and that she searches for the director of the movie at sundown. This whole rabbit hole and everything's so that one was pretty cool. Yeah i saw crypto zoo which was very cool. That's from a writer. And director dash shaw in and that is a feature length animated film for adults. It's all hand-drawn animation which is very impressive. Love that it has. It has lake bell Michael sarah's in it as well. I cannot remember the rest of the cast is incredibly ambitious. Movie globetrotting like action adventure about a world full of cryptic words. So you know like any mythical creature you can think of sasquatch mov man they have like unicorns you know all that kind of stuff but they traded their captured and sold on black markets on. There's a place called the crypto zoo. Which is where is kind of like a sanctuary and it gets into whole bunch of different socio political and moral questions of like you know is a place like crypto zoo. Is it a sanctuary. Is it a prison. Is this the best way to conserve creatures. That don't have a voice for themselves for the most part all that very very cool movie just very unique. Which is what i liked. I really tried to seek out things that that was cool. There is john in the whole. That's got michalski hall in it. That's about a kid who leaves his family in his back and growth about his life and occasionally brings them down food. They like ambiguous kind of almost like abstract has very little dialogue and it mostly just shows this kid going about his days after playing drugging his family and placing them down a of that was definitely interesting conversations about like adolescents and growing up presented in a very creepy and fun way. Sure is just keep going please. There is On the counter three. That's what is his name. Jared carmichael i think i mean did the carmichael show on. Nbc is comedian He wrote and directed this debut feature. Am i really liked this one. It's about two best friends who decide to take each other if because depressed and suicidal in other family film. Another great family film. I'm it's a. It ends up being a dark comedy though. So it's just to you know it's all existential grad. I'm really taps into like the feelings specifically in this country you know over things then takes in a really fun direction. Were they decide. They have like a day of like no consequences. Had they're like we'll do whatever it is we want to do and take care of you know this one last day and then we're going to kill each other and you know it's a little bit absurd. It's very funny. yeah. I liked it. Also obviously the messages. Don't kill yourself but I watched street gang. How we got the sesame street is about the making of sesame street on they focus more on like the producers of the show. I'm normally it. It'd be all jim henson and all that group but it highlights some of the more unsung people that were a huge part the creative of the creation of sesame street Which is always interesting to me. I really am interested in children's programming by there being films or television. Sure so it's neat If you don't know anything about sesame street To me i feel like it didn't offer much new information. That's really my only complain. About a ma'am i guess go. Wild indian was a good one that is about. That's not like inter generational trauma from specifically from white colonisation..