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2020 Emmy Noms & Reactions

Daily Pop

02:43 min | 4 months ago

2020 Emmy Noms & Reactions

"Daily pop. It's a very big moment in Hollywood this morning. The emmy nominations were chest revealed moments ago, and we will be celebrating with some of the nominees. Though surprise, guests are coming up, so you will not want to miss it. You guys, but we got to start off with the ladies up for lead actress in Drama Series Right? The category is Stack Jen Aniston. Sandra Oh's and those are just some of the big names who is going to take the win. What do you guys think? I just think Zendaya is GonNa take you was this show that everybody was talking about? It was unbelievable and not everybody got to watch the morning show with Jennifer Aniston because. Apple TV was not readily available so I think Zendaya is going to take this I was not paying the fourteen ninety nine. GD! There was so many submissions one hundred thirty five submissions. This year for this category lost those. So things I think women I'm kind of with you. Just although ozark for me has been one of my favorite shows forever and ever and. Laura Linney could take it out that. Could get in I. could not get into. It was like I. Really Try just I couldn't do it, but that's just me. All right we gotta talk about snubs and surprises, though big little lies when pretty much everything? Last time it was nominated. But this year came up short. No Best Actress nomination, no best limited series. I'M GONNA. Ask what you guys think about. These into getting snubbed a little bit. Should've been made, I thought. Was Okay, but they should've kept it at season one. They should have just wrote it out, but you know what Merrill got nominated. Laura Linney got nominated. She is Gucci ever. Reese Witherspoon as a producer of this show. This is a win for her, so she is as though she got snubbed. She is nominated because two of our actresses were. Absolutely. Strong enough season two. Why did you like season two as much Morgan I know you were saying earlier before the show? Why you're putting me on glass. Scott, I mean maybe I didn't want to hear that I just felt like. The first season was just too hard to top to be honest. It was so good everything was everything about it was so hook line and sinker. Everyone was invested as I just feel like. They wanted to ride out that high season two was okay, but you never want to have your second season just. Just be okay I just felt like even though Merrill we all bow down to Merrill. She can handle any role. I just felt like she wasn't going to save it. And although she got nominated, she gets nominated. It's just that's just what you do. She acts that well. She deserves it all the time. I just what Jessica said I. Don't think it should have been made I think we should have just. Episodes in the second series. I love the song. The second series is still a Mike Finish shoot and I'm never finished it, so I thought.

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"laura linney" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

02:45 min | 6 months ago

"laura linney" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"Hulu Original Limited series. Little fires everywhere based on the bestselling novel by Celeste Ing Reese Witherspoon and Carrie Washington star in this gripping series. The Atlantic describes as a clever moving examination of motherhood, female ambition and Sexual Politics USA Today Raves Reese Witherspoon and Carrie Washington are on fire. Little fires everywhere now streaming for your. Emmy Consideration Only on Hulu..

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"laura linney" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

08:03 min | 7 months ago

"laura linney" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"And I knew right away I was like oh boy we have all fallen into a pot of honey here and this is sweet as against a it's just getting have experiences where the crew is great in the cast is great. You're having a great time. And the work sucks right and then you have the other jobs where the work is so good but making it almost killed you and you come out bruised and bitter and upset and you know all traumatized really. This is just amazing all the way round so we are and we know it like we know it. We know how good this is and it it really is. I love going to work every day with these people. It is pretty incredible. How in the last ten twelve years? This new sort of sub-genre of like a series. That's really just a long movie like it's not idea what a series is right. The lines water cats. No one's making movies. All the film people have been have merged into the television world. Right all the actors cinematographers the designers the producers the so it's had to evolve if you're GONNA have people who are accustomed to working in a certain way you know the culture of television has had to make room for that and change and and they have you and you know you have places like Netflix. Which is you know you hear. What a wonderful company. They are to work for particular artistically because they they hire really good people and then they let them do what they need to do. And that's very unusual. Yup and Jason and Chris and Patrick created the show together. And you know it's just been it's been wonderful well. This has been an absolute wonderful chat. I an hour just flew by a. Yeah just like just like that. I feel like we've gotten some great life Stuff also a postcard collection where you go could be a situation in the night here. But it's it's just been such a pleasure to talk to you same here. I really like I. I like when I get to meet people that I'm already a fan of unlike and they're fucking cool to just all thanks. It's just a nice you know I'll my wife with a just going on and on like you know all something comes on all their so great you know they do this this or this or this and you're going no. Let's watch the movie you know. So but this has been so pleasurable. Emily St. there but she she's downstairs. Can I say hi? Oh yeah hang on. Let me see if she's all right. I'M GONNA go I'M GONNA go grab my wife to say hi. Once they stare. Stare your office. What can I learn? Look there's an alligator mouth back there and there's a green blob. I don't know what the hell that is a guitar. Guitar cases on the floor and old typewriter looks like an encyclopedia behind a glass. Bookcase may be a portrait of a relative for just a creepy old looking person. Who KNOWS Shades are drawn on the door and the window. Either pricing or lighting aid. Knows all right. She's coming up walking our puppy a puppy like a two weeks before all. This happened. Sweet because you'll have tons of time to train the dog but we have. Yeah but we're trying to the interesting part about what's been going lately as we're starting to realize like. Oh need to isolate him a couple times a day. 'cause he's not GonNa know what it's like to be without us. Yeah so he. Starting you know he gets has a little bit of separation anxiety but he's he's only three and a half months old outgun peds no a six year old is enough. I like maybe I'm at the point. Now where maybe we can add a fish yet. My son wants a dog. My husband wants dog. No not right now No I have to say. It's been an amazing a distraction work. Yeah at first. It's a Lotta. They did they saw. The puppy is released starting to lose them. Yeah what BTCU starting to go. He's real he's a very. He's GonNa be an enormous dog sweet. What's his name? His name is Alta named him. After the One we knew after the fortune telling machine and big exactly what that Gig. It's fantastic great name for a dog so you know it's like we do take him on. We put the masks on and we take him for a walk around the block. And it's like tar like I feel like we sound like what the fuck is olds are but he's he's an otter hound which is like a a cousin of the Irish found. So He's Oh my God he's GonNa be huge he's already like almost forty five pounds and he's three hundred. You're not us with legs. We're going to have a bus with legs. But you know he's a he's a real sweetheart and I didn't when you said Oh. My son gives a structure because we have to get up. I had to stop myself from saying like why understand because we have a puppy. I'm like don't equate a puppy. With the child. You know their children and dachshunds and dachshunds and it's true it's true you've gotta feed them and you're constantly looking at them and are they on. Hey Hon do you teach them to do everything? And it's the same thing. Yeah and we've already started to identify that we know that in general he'll be a pretty lazy dog but After he eats there's usually a period of about an hour where he's uncontrollable just have to keep distracting him. Just like could give him a bone or chew toy given this or take him on a walk and then all of a sudden he's out so we're like nine. Pm He's out for the nights. So sweet I know I know oh I hear I hear a voice comes earthly. Gentlemen Liddiard. Hi Nice to meet. You Lydia. Laura was talking about you with such glowing terms. I was like we'll go get her ending trapped indoors of news for unforeseeable manage. Isn't anybody anyway like this is not a tremendous shift in our schedule. Like it's sort of like you said like It's just the idea of not being able to leave. That's general like I post office and get my mail. I know you can't you can't do not right now. Not The neck. Not for the next two weeks. Don't go anywhere the puppy. I think he's good good and then tributes and I don't want to think no it's not. He's an their aquatic dogs. So he's very fine with being wet. He'll great galoshes on and go. Go take a walk in the rain. Well thank you so much Laura. I hope you have a wonderful rest of the day and stay safe healthy. Who's really a pleasure talking to you? Thank you for having me on. Thank you so much. Nice meeting fine complete. Enjoy your radio..

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"laura linney" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

12:26 min | 8 months ago

"laura linney" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"I'm so grateful for it. Because he is such a phenomenon in does he also won a Golden Globe even though he wasn't nominated for an Oscar as it turns out. He's so good and like he's I you know he's he did like a number of other things. There's this film series. Did the Francis the talking mule comedy film series is like a franchise of the era where he like had a talking mule. It was like a precursor to the Mr. TV basically is a film series and And he did a bunch of other like lower level musicals. Donald O'Connor is like he's incredible and the fact that he wasn't like the biggest star in the world is astonishing to me in spelling just watching their various dance. Styles matchup gene. Kelly is like ballet train like classical and Donald Connors Vaudeville Hoofer as he said and then Debbie Reynolds dance training whatsoever. When she did this she was nineteen years old. And that's that's it is incredible gets it makes rate. She's playing like this very like innocent doll like character. This not really that interesting beyond her. I like Sassy entrance. But like by Debbie Reynolds. His said like in later interviews. She's like I was playing my eyes. She's like I wasn't a very good actress. I couldn't really act. She's like but that was just me. I was little a literal teenager around. Gene Kelly's so that's what I did the stories better than I do about how Jim Kelly. Kinda tortured her in the process to teach her how to dance. We'll Donald O'Connor to not like tortured but like Donald O'Connor said that he was like terrified of Gene Kelly that he was so afraid of showing him that he was tired. He said that they they did. The Moses opposes number and then the same day they tried to film the fit as a fiddle number. And he's like he's like I wanted to die all these deep knee bend leaps and I wanted to died. He was like he told the story. About how gene Kelly like threw a tantrum. He was like wasn't working. They have these fiddles right and gene. Kelly like grabs Donald O'Connor bow and he's like your Bo. Is One one insured in my. I can't work like this and throws a temper tantrum in lake walks offset and Donald O'Connor like I just stood there. I didn't know if he was coming back. I didn't know what was happening. Because Gene Kelly is a star in the director of this film rate and Codirector and so eventually Donald Carl goes gene. Kelly's trailer being like What's going on? And she was just like how does feet up and was laughing. He's like I was just tired and I didn't WANNA dance anymore. So decided like head because I'm tired and but yeah. Debbie Reynolds added a little or much harder because yes. She wasn't a trained dancer. Apparently she burst blood vessels in her feet for the good morning number and the Italy carrier back to her trailer but my favorite story that she tells and I've seen her toilet so I know it's well it's it's at least Hollywood. True is it. Apparently she was like crying under piano and a nearby sound stage because gene. Kelly yelled at her again and she was really upset and Fred astaire found her and comforted her and told Ruby. Okay and center back to set and so like this idea of of like this you know. Gene Kelly's like contemporary but also kind of rival being like. Yeah it's okay. He's a he's an asshole. But it'll be worth it. You'll look great. The picture will be a classic. Don't worry about it sort of thing. That's that's one of my favorite Hollywood stories ever that story Jig Gene. Kelly was like. He was an exacting perfectionist. But I think you just like knew that going in to gene Kelly project a lot about gene Kelly. I didn't I didn't realize how abusive he was. So well the exploration. He contained Many layers like like like so many of the lake quote unquote great men of that era like a lot of bad behavior. A lot of behavior kind of all rolled into one. You know something that I also. I think I didn't listen. You guys talk about this and and the kind of lower behind the at the movie and Is Is it like where this movie situated and then it was. You know thirty something years into the film industry but about you know a much more nation film industry and about trying to figure out what to do with this new thing and kind of persevering through gumption and talent and all that and it just. I don't know it made me feel good about people figuring out a new thing quickly and successfully you know with flair and ingenuity and I don't know it makes me think that like whatever new work. Yeah Right. Exactly. Whatever Reality We stumble out into wants. This is you know over whenever that is like that. Hollywood is has proven over the years with you. Know while Bob. Down by myriad problems still has proven itself very resourceful Over the century that it's really been around and adaptable and In that adaptation finds wonderful new forms and exciting new genres and avenues and talents And so hopefully a singing in the rain shows in its yes albeit very rosy way We can do the same thing with this kind of current What feels like a crisis could be as whatever the quotas be tuning after. We're watching singing in the rain. I watched Dolemite as my name again and They sort of have some weird parallels the listed on a show wave making a movie. Yeah Yeah Anyway. It was really good second time through really well together. I I wanted to ask you guys quickly before we finish soon. Like singing in the rain is is considered one of the like the classic films of Hollywood about Hollywood but not even nominated for best picture the year the Oscars that year The greatest show on earth one which is A. Which is. I don't know if you've never seen it. That is a trip of a movie. High noon was nominated nominee and Moulin Rouge. Not that one was nominated and the quiet man was nominated. But what's interesting rate? Is that then like many years later? We have artist which is basically doing a version of being in the rain right. Because it's about like John. Jardine is like a very gene Kelly looking guy like going through this traumatic transition from silent film to Talkies in Hollywood as sort of thing and like do you think any of the or how much of the love. That movie got is rooted in Hollywood wanting to get it right having neglected singing in the rain or Hollywood. Just like loving singing and the raiders of transplanting that love onto the artists. Which is the film. I think we could all agree just at the very least not held up in the same way that singing the rain sure. Yeah I mean I think it definitely benefits from. I don't know if anyone was thinking like oh seeing the rain. Didn't get what it deserved but definitely like Oh. This reminds me singing in the rain. I like it. That seems like a A solid argument for the artist. High noon you give it the nursing. I've never seen high noon. I can sit here in Lake Prattle about musicals all day long but I my westerns knowledge is barren your podcast where You and I talked about singing in the rain at high noon. What if we? What if we combine them into paint your wagon? I've never seen I at least know the music for your wagon so Richard. Now we're going to listen to your interview with Laura Linney. I really enjoyed listening to it because she is exactly as like collected an interesting to hear talk even though she second quarantine with a six year old anything we should know before. We hear you guys talk. We'll just that. We're yeah we're we're we're entering kind of unfamiliar territory to me. At least where interviews are now conducted from my bedroom to a celebrity. I guess in their living regimen wherever she was her office. I don't know and you know it. Changes the dynamic a little bit. It's certainly not the same thing as being in studio but You know I think she was a good conversationalist for the That kind of thing. Such a smart centered person. You can really hear the the juilliard training when she speaks about her craft Yeah and hopefully it will be an enticement to those who haven't to check out ozark. Yeah I'll credit you guys. Both I do though. Automated transcripts for these and this one was like the cleanest that the robots could understand. Because both of you have such good diction and clear speaking thank you for for using the robots. I've been doing juilliard home. Like virtual classes. Start being scammed. Juilliard doesn't have an I. Inner Richards GonNa Start Dubbing my voice for this podcast going forward Richard. Let's listen to your conversation with Laura Linney Well I have the pleasure. Now of being socially distanced but digitally connected to Laura Linney one of the stars of Ozark Laura. Thank you for talking to us today. My pleasure nice to hear your voice to can I ask how how you've been spending your time in in quarantine. I am homeschooling a six year old boy so I'm busy. I have been very very very busy and enjoying it but it's a lot but it's it's nothing in comparison to what so many people are dealing with just a terrible terrible terrible time. It is and I think that you know we're all sort of you know when we have a moment looking to find something that is enlightening entertaining. You know some kind of diversion and for me as a critic watching all of ozark Susan three just really devouring it was exactly one of those respites and on particularly the arc of your character. Wendy bird which is I mean. This woman has gotten darker darker is this show has gone on. I mean do you see it that way Well I think she's sort of revealing herself more and more. You know what I sort of love about. All of these characters is how much they have all grown and changed over three seasons. You know the fact that we were given a story that allowed for such room and such growth is is pretty unusual. So I think we've all been having an awful lot of fun sort of getting to know our own characters and and then seeing how are characters? React everybody else. How much of Wendy's descent into this kind of criminal? Enterprise was foretold to you back when you were you know kind of talking to people about doing the job in the first place I I didn't know where the story was going but I had long talks with our show. Runner Chris Mundy who's also our head writer who leads that exceptional writer's room you know. We talked a lot about how the potential telling story line about. Identity could be pretty interesting in that. It would give all of us a wide berth in which to explore different levels of personality and instinct and Then would also enriched the plot in the narrative so you know at the beginning of the beginning of season one. You have this bird family who they don't know each other very well and they don't know themselves very well and going through the trauma of being uprooted from Chicago and thrown into the ozarks and having to survive with under enormous stress Reveals an awful lot about who people really are and I think probably you know. Unfortunately a lot of people today are experiencing that as well in some form or another. You know you sort of learn a lot about yourself things that you are proud of and things that you're not so proud of in moments of great stress show so not knowing exactly where you know the Byrd Family Arc is going particularly Wendy's is going. What are the challenges as an actor for sort of keeping your own sort of internal compass with who she is and where morality as I mean? How do you manage that without knowing the ending well? That's the challenge of a long lead. You know television series It is hard. It's hard to do Because you don't know where you're going and so consequently you can't be you have to craft things in a different way that will give you a little room. You have to be specific enough so that it will be interesting and compelling but not too much so that you are then caught if the writers going in different directions so you try and talk as much as you can.

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"laura linney" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:40 min | 8 months ago

"laura linney" Discussed on KCRW

"Laura Linney who stars in Ozark on Netflix thanks so much for being with us it is my pleasure thank you stay safe you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news William helm Reisch a sociologist author and scholar of Judaism died a week ago from covert nineteen he was best known for study in New York City by walking every one of its blocks covering over six thousand miles Kathleen Horan has this remembrance William helm rice's love of urban life began as a kid he was born in Switzerland in nineteen forty five two parents who were fleeing the **** when the family moved to new York's Upper West Side how mice and his father's favorite pastime was a game called last stop where they ride the subway to its endpoints then hop off and explore that neighborhood how much his son Jeff says the adventures continued when he was growing up it was almost like a religious tradition passed on to the family other kids would go to the top of skyscrapers and our dad would take us through slums in through hidden enclaves in neighborhoods and that was just who he was they might be watching to see stadium or the pier but the destination wasn't as important as the people they met along the way Jeff says he learned not to fear strangers because of his father's passion for talking and engaging with just about anyone who crossed his path Jeff remembers one time in queens a cab driver that he knew he told him that I like a certain house was run by the mafia and getting on a porch he walked up he said even if I'm not part of the family if I'm not part of the market guidance can I just get a look around we left he said sure no problem nothing really should come my splendor write a book about new York's most iconic streets he decided not to play favorites and shows all one hundred and twenty thousand of them four years and nine pairs of shoes later his mission was complete the new York nobody knows six thousand miles in the city was both a sociological study of the whole city and an intimate portrait of distinct communities how much his wife Helene says his curiosity knew no bounds like the time he went in search of the old man he heard was living in a cave in Manhattan's Inwood park and found him you certainly heard static noise coming from an old transistor radio and from the sound in this case indicating resemble old man who was dressed like a normal we have a tool hi greenish colored pants and boots he told him that his name was fought back and that he was a creature of the creation they became friends and some boss was included in the book the Manhattan nobody knows how much lived what he taught and wrote about even though he and his family moved to Long Island years ago his love for this city never dreamt he summed it up at a reading at the strand bookstore in twenty fourteen we are too great place to visit but I wouldn't want to live here now I said to your ex great.

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Hollywood not out of content, yet

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:04 min | 9 months ago

Hollywood not out of content, yet

"People are just trying to find new stuff Jason would get what can you recommend what's new what's happening yeah it is thankfully Hollywood is not out of content yet that might happen at some point as production is shut down but there's still stuff that was in the pipeline that is still coming out we found out today that killing eve which is a fantastic series on AMC and BBC America that's gonna move up a couple of weeks season three was gonna debut at the end of April that's not moved to April twelfth so you'll see that a little earlier there obviously capitalizing on the fact that people are at home and looking for stuff to watch and there's new stuff out today one of the biggest of the bunch I guess this season three of those are arc that's the critically acclaimed Netflix show starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney and great drama there about a couple who turn to crime in order to save their family kind of like breaking bad a little bit and some comparisons there this is season three seasons one and two I really enjoyed went through them pretty quickly it's been a while since we've seen the new season of this but now we have it in full today out on Netflix also out today there is a movie out there's there's a couple movies but one of them that was supposed to be out in theaters today the movie called banana split it's a coming of age romantic teen comedy very funny written by and starring somebody named Hannah marks who I think you're gonna hear a lot from in the coming years I think she's a very big up and coming star and she's great in this she wrote the movie she's very talented and you can rent that you have to pay for it but you can rent out wherever you rent your movies either on apple or Amazon or wherever there and then also if you're a fan of project runway the show that was on Bravo Bravo you know the fashion competition shouts Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn these that they laughed and the show still runs on Bravo but now IT crewmen Tim Gunn have teamed up together for a new show the team is very similar to project runway it's called making the cut and that's out today on Amazon prime you have two episodes that out today and then you have a couple more they're gonna come out

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"laura linney" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"laura linney" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"From the editorial team at Lincoln I'm Jessi Hempel and this is hello Monday a show about the changing nature of work and how that work is changing yes I I started watching Laura Linney when she played Marianne Singleton in tales of the city it was a nineteen ninety-three PBS miniseries based on you know it's hard to imagine now that lgbt people are on the screen all the time that's show was really different my dad is gay I am you it was one of the first TV shows that I could kind of see my own life tales Laura's first TV break in her career took off from there she's one Golden Globe awards four emmys her credits include the Truman show love actually you can count on me many many others earlier this year she brought back to also the city and we are all waiting or at least I am for the next season of Ozark sometime next year whatever you do for work chances are that you get some kind of feedback on in it but when you work in the Public Laura does that feedback becomes a whole industry cultural criticism I wanted to talk to her about how to handle that criticism when it's coming from all directions the pros but also the amateurs the people on the street or on twitter how do you balance working on feedback but also focusing on the work I was really impressed with her take on this here's Laura so Laura the first time that I remember watching you on the screen was in the early nineties anywhere Marianne singleton tales of the city yes and now I'm so excited to get to watch again be married as wild senate yeah so what can you tell us about when you were first cast in that role I was you know fresh out of drama school I went to juilliard and was film and Television was something that really intimidated me it was not an area of of the arts that I really thought that I would that I would belong to not of a snob factor but just out of fear really you know that it just was a world that I didn't understand that I wouldn't be good at but I wouldn't enjoy and I was somehow cast entails in this wonderful part and I remember there was a day that I was filming with Parker Posey in the grocery store of the Safeway and there's a scene where we're take these two carts and we're going down the frozen food aisle and I'm in a one piece denim jumpsuit and she's in this fabulous Parker Posey outfit and I had so much fun I had such a good time and it was the first time the penny sort of dropped and I went or maybe I can maybe do this maybe this is something that you might enjoy doing that I might not suck at 'cause I was sort of first and foremost the theater actress and always had grown up in the theater my father was a playwright I grew up in New York City my whole life was the theater and it was all I ever cared about so all of a sudden see that I was I had an attraction to something else was the first uncomfortable for me and took me a while to sort of figure out how to handle it all so I wanna go back to that early sort of first stage career when you're coming out of Juilliard what did you imagine that a successful career for you would look like I thought it would be regional theater or off Broadway show that was it yeah yeah and and now I thought that would be great right great I mean it would be great and yes it is great yeah has been so much broader it has been a way beyond what I could ever have imagined I'm very glad I didn't know so what what have you learned if you distill my God three decades God you learn a lot you know I've learned to hair and then be very flexible I've learned to prepare as much as I can for each thing that comes my way and then throw it all out the window and walk into it room and be open to something else what does it mean to prepare and how has how you've prepared changed for me it it has changed drafts stickler as I've worked in three different mediums of film television and a play and the theatre for me it's always story I so I tend to re script I tend to try and listen to the script and have the script tell me how to prepare and that's a combination of experience hopefully some sense of talent and a little bit of faith and I know it sounds a little odd when I say you have to listen to the script tell you what to do but it will as it as the more you read it the more you get to know what it will take shape it will take on a life of its own and it will become very clear like how's the best way in so so there's a lot for me there's a Lotta script work at first which means breaking down the entire script as far as just the architecture the script then going through it again source personalizing every reference that is made so that I know exactly what I'm talking about then you sort of look seen by seeing chapter by chapter than you look act by act look the whole thing so there's a lot to look at just with a script is very much like a blueprint that architect would look at can't or a score of music you know it's the first step it's the foundation but it's the first step when you're listening for that that's scripted Love the language telling you that story yeah sometimes it's the language that tells you you know people speaking different rhythms depending upon and emotionally were they are you know you can see on the page if sentences are not complete if they jump around that'll give you an insight into someone's ecology how much does intuition factor into how you make your selections about your role yeah for me it's a big part of it sometimes it's and sometimes it's completely irrational you know sometimes I'll read a script and it will be mediocre at best and I'll sit down with the director and I just like them I'm like okay let's go like I'll help you do this I'd love to help you do this right you know sure you know sometimes it's wanting to work with a friend sometimes it's a scripted as terrific and you don't know anyone else involved and you just take a you just jump in so you sort.

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"laura linney" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"laura linney" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Oh, I didn't know had said that us. Well, I've got to say, I'm very, very glad that he's doing dramas now. Right. Because it was something when we were working together that I remember sort of saying to him like, why, why don't you do that? And he was just hesitant. And, and said, no, so I'm really really glad to see him sort of reaching out into other areas because he's such a good actor. Did you work together on love actually? Yeah. Okay. John, Katie D set. I heard you spend thirty minutes every day. Shaving your body. Is that true? No, some days, it's more. There's a lot of body. I know. But I mean does hair grow that quickly here will grow almost anywhere. Wow. Let's go to Chuck from Ohio. You learn something new every day shock. What your question? Oh, hello? Well, I, I just once Laura Linney be still my heart. He returned to Broadway. But my questions for John, I, I wanted to say, John, I thought you were terrific and milwau-. No just kidding. I think having mixed up with Dwayne the rock, right? I was just playing. Okay. All right. We're off to a great store. My question was since you've been wrestling less than less lately. When do you think you'll actually retire from the WWE? That's a, that's a tough question. Because I don't think I'll ever be disconnected from the WWE. I think whether it's an on camera roller an off camera roll. I don't think the word retire out ever use that. So I know that time is limited because of it's a physical performance based thing. And I'm forty two. So I know that, that window is kinda come into a close but I don't think I'll ever be retired. I would love to be able to pass on the knowledge and wisdom that I have about live performances to up and comers. And hopefully help people out there you go. Okay, let's go to Tacoma from South Carolina. Hey Dakota which question. I my question for Laura guy who did it the most to lose an Oscar to Julia Roberts Marianne? Coley are or Cate Blanchett. You know. It was. Joke was it's so interesting. When people say that you lost an award because it was never yours to begin with. No. You don't move back to anything. It was mine. I know. So very year. You went in there thinking this thinking that you had a better shot than other now. No, I knew all three years. I wasn't gonna win. Wow. I just knew I was really happy to be there and all of those performances were great, right? I mean, come on. I mean they were all fantastic. You're both very self actualized you guys. Here's the thing, the voice, Laura uses when she says, I'm Laura Linney hoax, and this is masterpiece classic is one of the most calming things you can hear on TV up until now. It's game time everybody. Wrestler. You will read these lines in your masterpiece voice, and John. It's your job to guess whether they were said by wrestlers awry with some women with a penchant for. Verbal sparring known as Bravo's real housewives. Let's play okay. They're right here. Shut them out stone wearing fatty, that's got to be from a professional wrestling. That is Dwayne the rock Johnson said that. Is your ass jealous of the crap that comes out of your mouth is a real housewife, that is Tim? Barney. Thank you. Jimmy Johns, excuse these shorts for being so timed I've been on a high cholesterol, high alcohol diet. That's gotta be real housewives stone cold, Steve. Austin? He's like a jar of mayonnaise with balls and a catch up haircut. That's a that's, that's you. Your. Europe flipping dork. That's what you are loser. You're adore a little twerk now. That sounds like something more. I would say that's wrestling. That's Kelly, John. Let's see how this is funny. Okay..

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‘Ozark’ Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix

Lori and Julia

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

‘Ozark’ Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix

"And a little TV news for you Ozark has been renewed for a third season over at net. Flicks. The crime drama stars Jason Bateman and Laura Linney. It's getting a ten episode third season. And also if you're into the medical drama new Amsterdam on NBC that has been picked up for a full season after episode. Sounds unusual Laurie Ozark season three. Your way. Did it and like

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"laura linney" Discussed on Hurry Up & Wait. LA

Hurry Up & Wait. LA

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on Hurry Up & Wait. LA

"Our youth. We the with the original cast on it. Yeah. The Kenny Loggins loan again with and. The Hoke. Oh, he's been Microsoft. It was Mark. Roughly. Laura Linney. I was gonna say The Laura Laura Linney. Linney. I don't think she was in the movie. No, I think she was movie. She was left. Mark, Mark, Ruffalo original stage recording. So I got to listen to that. It's amazing. So, So, yeah. yeah. I think in podcasting, they're doing now more what whatever Telerate radio place doing award mores with original work when I was when I when I was at NYU when I dropped out of acting moved over to dramatic writing, I still want it to be sort of involved around and be around actors. I interned at the Atlantic theater company when they were still in that dinky church on twenty second street or something like that. Yeah. And they, they're, they would do this. These radio plays to raise money for the theater and it was like they would do these old timey. Radio plays written by all these playwrights visa. Yeah. I want to, I'm planning, but I want to do it with some of my scratch because the blacklist has third podcast where they just take the scripts at no one's ever going to be. But these. I think they still do at the Ricardo month. Bill do stage readings. Yeah, the black. Pilot? No, they just do it. Their scripts that they know it's never going to be the out there. Comedy drama. So like, yeah, no one's ever going to make this and they bring in bearing Paul Scheer and exact, and it's amazing to listen to this, but for writers, it's a good venue, like if you don't get your movie produced. Yeah. Everyone knows get people that you can make this happen and then get some buzz out. But it just listen to is amazing. So painful when you write a pilot, and I wrote to pilots in the last couple of years, and I loved them so much, and it was such a bummer. Don't go. It was like. He works. You work so hard and you get so many, no, no, many just to death. And and uses great hearing this from the writers. I can speak. I mean, from the perspective, it's Sam. It's the same thing. I, you know, I feel like the red baron. I've killed so many pilots at this point. And it doesn't go anywhere. George Clooney was known for as being the pilot killer for years and years and years, and the almost recast him in e r. Yeah, because he was bad luck that might be more that might be Hollywood lore or it might be true, but by then e r. Day I too could sell tequila business for a billion dollars. That's what you could be Cary Grant. He was in his forties when he actually goes, he had a really bad them the pilot. She was doing a lot of half hour comedies too because he he was on. He was on Roseanne Roseanne. He was on facts of light shimmer funny, really talented actor by the way, can I have a total non sequitur? This is a bad PO best podcast because they just like refill your wine glass. Everybody. Is it. I heard a talk with the wine in the glass. Yes, my lady. So we went on a super non-sequitur, but that was that's my origin story. I sort of. So I went to NYU graduated, dramatic writing. They don't teach you how to get into the business. They don't teach you how to get into them. Thank you. Base six chandelier in our lobby. Now that you're now that you're an executive and you're working on a show, you're going to get be getting a phone call every three months about how you can donate. They've already, you know, they always do. Like now come and be a speaker. Cheech ortiz. I look, I had great teachers. This is not a this and why you podcast it is like it's hard to, I think it's difficult to teach people how. How to get into the business because I think it's different for everyone. That's torture part. There's really no direct road Mak of map. It may be a little bit more for for actors there is, but for writers, they're just on there..

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"laura linney" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on The Watch

"She, I think when the things that's fascinating about this show is that by placing essentially squares in these really in this criminal underworld and asking them to sort of find out who they are when they're living without a net and without without the sort of Cotonou of of everyday regular life, they find out that their lives are actually perhaps they feel more alive than they did before. And I think that that happened a little bit in the beating of the first season with Marty, and it certainly happens. This season with Laura Linney as windy, and she's fucking phenomenal in this in the show? Yes, she's, she's really, really good. I mean, there's no doubt in the world. Obviously she's an incredible actor, but the way that she is just as her character is like suddenly thrust in this weird world and has to inhabit a news persona in the Ozarks like Laura Linney is carrying scenes in a show that seem to be, you know, a through season. One sort of entirely built around Jason Bateman and like character actors doing twang accent. I mean, so like Laura Linney is is like a full anchor of the show now in its fantastic. I kind of wanted to talk a little bit about that idea of of whether or not second seasons and whether or not shows in general need to go wider or go deeper because I think they chose to go deeper with mostly the same cast of characters with a lot of the same sort of goals for each of those characters rather than bringing in a ton of new. People which I think they could have done had they had they done just straight to the riverboat or done a little bit more of a time jump. Did you feel like over the course of the episodes that you've watched that you came to appreciate characters like Jacob or. Wyatt more or was there a party that was like, kind of wish there was like a different group of folks interacting here? I mean, the show, so relatively young. So I don't. I mean, I'm not. I'm not upset that we don't have a whole bunch more people. I think that I mean, it's there's certainly an aspect of the show where feels like they're a little bit too in love with their cast. And I don't know. I guess that's the wrong way of saying it despite all the craziness that happens on the show. I mean, plot wise and everything else, there's not. You know, this isn't a show where you feel like all of your favorite characters are in mortal danger all the time. You know it's an and maybe that's just because of the the being on Netflix. I don't know what it is. I just don't, you know, I, I don't expect, you know, when when I hope it's not too much of a spoiler to say that Rachel Jordana Spiro character reappears the season, and it was sort of it was presented as a sort of twist. But it was no surprise right? We the way that she left, but also just the vibe of the show. We had a couple of deaths last season of significant characters, but then there's a point in this season where characters die. And I think it really helps to keep you on your toes. Nikitin realized that, like, you know this show is it gives some folks, but it's, but it was. Issue to know that like they're that that it's willing to go to the excesses of of its predecessors at insert moments. And, and you know, I mean, again, it's it's, this isn't like some terrible. This wouldn't be terrible spoiler even if I said it's about, I'm not going to go into a, but there's one character who was all around the entire first season really becomes like the emotional core of season two..

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"laura linney" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Katie from Seattle, Katy, what's your question. Katie and I have to say to Laura Linney dinner is one of my favorite movies. So much. You're welcome. And the good you do in my mother saw. It's a really good movie. I'm very proud of. Thank you. Some amazing and Troy. The good side is one of I do car pool Katie on Fridays, and it's one of the cars favorite song to listen to on the way to school. Thank you so much. Thank you. So make questions for you try and since you were hanging out with Christina Aguilera few months ago, is there any of the rumors that the two of you are working on a song together when we go to your literally the first cousin that I had that, so no, unfortunately, not that'd be cool, but not north to it. I down. From New York Hebron. What your question and until you. I love you so much tried to my kids after us. My husband wouldn't let me. Thank you. And what's your question. Question for Laura. I love so much and Ozark, but I just wanted to know he can tell us anything about the sales of the city revive on that Flint. Yes, we are filming now, actually. And I think I'm allowed to tell you that there's myself Olympia Dukakis Ellen page and Barbara Garrick, and then they'll be slowly releasing the other names that people. Millions again. Later. It's really. I'm very, I'm very excited about this. I'm also excited because Troy your album bloom may feature a single called the good side, but I have a feeling that I may not be on yours for long because ROY savant, the time has come for you to plead the fifth..

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"laura linney" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Joy. I gotta tell you something you are. I'm I'm such a fan of yours, and you are such a wonderful great role model for the gay community. And I have. In the next generation to have you to look up to is a wonderful, incredible thing. He lets me and so thank you. Fueled questions, but before we get to those, here's what three things I am obsessed with tonight. Her son Ozark Laura Linney plays on money launderer. But whenever she drops by the clubhouse, I like air some of her dirty laundry or see if I can find it. He. So here's what it's time for has Laura Linney done that cine go through some scandalous activities. Y'all confessed to me whether you've done them or not as though I'm your trusted Jewish. Have you ever thrown a drink in someone's day? No, but I've wanted, yes, you have the night is young. You ever performed a strip tease. She. Yes. Have you ever used your celeb- card to get out of a speeding ticket? No, but I should have really you weeks ago. Have you ever did you walk of shape. Yes, yes. Stuck your gum under a table. Have you ever gotten an elevator graphics. He's. Ever anything from work. Have you ever pretended to be sick? You got out of plan. Have you ever stepped on a Bill now? Of course, thank you very much. A.

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"laura linney" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Take time to me his beijing will reservation snow no no no no no cameron mathison jerry you're all waving her by from the observation backwardness the train so why the red cap isn't a cure airbags do the illinois central panama limited and will get on a pullman car out of our union station and had to chicago's union station as we get ready to do that we find one of the first lady's of saw on route sixty six since he has a question a question about her let's see if we can help them listen carefully buildings reach up to this guy two fellow these three ayman snip beneath by la la land wonder who well i close was ma as they alive him hey laura linney misalignment then routine of live looks like this come who i am two and we make and on the imo luna the man the marie teeing bob so they sent whiny free zone one who meaning on mendon plenty islam din said scoreboard oh no faye and deep meaning but the the lead the i am reaching rian johnson the on that then curry's two point six four win.

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"laura linney" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Brilliant jason bateman and laura linney are or brilliant in the show i mean laura linney one of my favorite actresses but the work she does here is just phenomenal so both releasing at that show is that most is kind of a genre about sort of average ask people creating a web of lies and than getting trapped in their web of lies and how are they going to get out you know that's that's the genre sopranos to shield breaking about all those shows and ozark is when he's cornered the dude tells the truth right and i love that about it it's such an interesting take it's so cool south ozarks he's in one had a chance to water and i'd recommend it and there is a season do coming so it's pretty cool yeah and finally guys i had a chance to watch a documentary called the beginning uh about the phantom menace have you guys heard this is the documentary be oh yes sixty six minute documentary that is on the dvd of stores of anthony yes and then if first of all it is an amazing documentary so i would just say if you have any curiosity about how the store were spent the ministers made go watches this documentary we realize what heroes the design team is on that movie for i mean i expected watching it to be like oh my gosh this is a like this is the creation of a nonstop train wreck i when i tweeted about i called it the anti lost in the mancha it's like a behind the scenes like nonstop train wreck about a movie that did make it into theaters you know like that's that's why it and tell us launch a bit.

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"laura linney" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"Yet if if you're right now it's under your decision and you this is and i've i've talked about this i want to hear your perspective you go into the next game obviously you have kershaw kyko mc and you have your borma colours who's going off this would be a third the arrest do you have them available to finish out the last three innings if you have an epr opportunity win or do you have that in this in the in game 6 opportunity for him to possibly closed for very lander in the sense of realising you've got there's no really no other opportunity other than like what they've did it with very lander piggybacking and then they did it with my the is piggybacking well i i agree but i mean he could gesture it could just picot gesture so you know that they will be purchase either garvia pitch and i want they were and i i think that can be really good or he can be all new i mean i loved him a college idea but i don't know if you can really do that i don't know if he can really tomorrow laura linney but you do an apples and you're you're you're probably you probably got maybe two to three innings wept makola she really going to pitch out and how you're gonna use them and it's like the other night well whatever it show came up again i thought to myself i think in la is going to be short one in asia getting career goal and then when you had scrip ling in the game and yet had um watch in the game and you had my ada already in the game by the time we got through six i thought there they're going to be short one any way suit roll out here and i think is gonna be short one starter at at at this point and climb because i agree they're going to date hollywood look college go we is our most effective guy and and i agree with it it's going to be what really one day off if it's two mile pitch last night.

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"laura linney" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Well sometimes her dashing screw up our serenity plan we'll get into that later my talk one of seven one everything entertainment hmm i can't explain kennesaw owns com the campaign this is a complicated kids is that really good over gadzhibullah cambridge it is are a favorite headlines today one hundred percent queen elizabeth has at least for alcoholic beverages every single day the queen is lately day jurong annemarie love it oh my god as it went princess in prince do little needs to do is follow the queen and does have a little nip here and there throughout the day but i do believe deuba deuba if he ever now to do bonaly try it onto the rocks its old fashion and as i recall kind of red x in an annual incomes and bolanos hill a parity is delicious the region to um laura linney on having a child at forty nine it's unlikely all be alive when he's fifty well true were ever been spoken and starting and ozark oh i know she has faced you finish it heat again without you he finished it without me how do you feel about that are well so let's not on current it's not okay but it was okay because he had a good reason for finishing at a nine because i'm delighted he and i don't know i will let him say a thank you don't forget every time a look at laura linney on that i think she's got like a five year old although she had a child at forty nine to me i just i mean anna adopted twins at fifty seven her whatever julia that is not a life for me that was ill oh really liking new snow but that just sounds like a nightmare for me it just sounds like a nightmare that much responsibility as you're getting to the giddy older years when you don't have responsibility and you have money again is when is that happening yeah well you.

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"laura linney" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on The Filmcast

"I was waiting for this this show to get bad and it never did it made me laugh through and through i'd love it the the last episode it has a and amazingly brilliant final moment that it is it dislike the slow motion thing that usually see and fast motion in in shows and i just i really liked it i it made me laugh all lots and it fixed by the end it it sort of uh you know it it fixed a lot of the issues i had with sort of the the um infidelity angle being celebrated and i feel like it it was a little more evenhanded and uh i don't know i really liked it so french college friends from college zone afflicts and jeff you want to give a shout out to one of the thing writ gas ozark guys if you watched any of ozark yet i don't even know what ozark is just tell me about the that's new networks jam but yeah i am not ladies original show in bateman one right yes starring jason bateman and laura linney first two two episodes were directed by jason bateman uh i have watched three episodes now i am in love with the show i don't know where it's gonna go ozark is basically if you if if breaking bad had started in season four hall like it is we ramp up to wear walter white is in season four in episode one of ozark and the way most shows like this i mean this is a very tried and true formula now with the sort of you know new golden age of television this very tragic formula of sort of normal guy in over his head in extraordinary situation um but where most shows like this slow play a lot of the reveals over the course of the season.

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"laura linney" Discussed on Filmhaus

Filmhaus

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on Filmhaus

"All right say the line laura linney on this point we have discovered that white guerrillas are protecting mcchrystal's yoga and then she laura linney goes in she has away from her you bandana effort film argana baby is when amy says she loves him look rouzi calls them ugly to that's right get off say that even even mind the white girls don't speak english or sign language also keep in mind amy it you grew up in fucking the equivalent of a million airs guerrilla lifestyle all right these apes had to fend for themselves taking diamonds and fighting off plane guy leicester had noor rocked by now love see love as it did in the in my version they all jump on amy ripper genitals shifting their hand laura linney do it locked in loaded you see can we can we rewind real quick and see if we can figure sees friesinger she says what am on the endangered species list you talked over the best lila move as did i get as far as the proceeds to cut a buck fucking ancient monkeys razaaq yell chicago will that monkeys fifty year and i think you've got well look at that they're being annoyed the its volcanoes also blowing up yeah well we did she caused that with no it was about to blow bruce campbell thirty monkeys nam for them they didn't do any oliver is look at this sensitive facts that looks like frago rock that's cool the best part about conroe is that teaches you life lessons.

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"laura linney" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"laura linney" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"She's on a sideways like rolling table near she's on like a gurney essentially she's built for she was kind of cast for this like certain physical effort jeez ana her ernie and she's sliding up and against the bars and then he's lender have it there is also plays okay little rotted is that laura anti made me think of that laura linney and was little fuss cynthia nixon sweden roles oh true i was little fox's at on other dollhouse park to curl k was used to deuce coups back in this time she knows who she is well that could be those are all plays i know right now oslo there's something called oslo a us lilley hammer we'll stevie do we okay so where we are we we have catfish the music wanna the foreign leader him as proud as a make him a lead wait the which one it yummy take your pick mangwiro hammer near apparently maybe launched eight at two zero the now that could be insured because we've michael parallel illu and predictable too much range with steve i know what i'm getting its this face and people came home can't see this but i'll make the noise.

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