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Chadwick Boseman And Viola Davis Grab Golden Globe Noms
"78th annual Golden Globe Awards were the nominees were announced yesterday. For the show That's airing on the 28th of this month with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler co hosting for the fourth time. I didn't notice this yesterday, but There were some snubs. Always snubs. There were some snap it up, Dubs Love is dead to me was shut out. Completely. I wasn't surprised by that. I get So I wasn't surprised because I remember. I feel like you guys weren't loving it. I feel like I liked the second season more. Then most people did. But eh, so I'm not. I'm not surprised because I didn't feel like it had the same critical acclaim that season. One did when it felt very unexpected, But I guess I would be surprised just because you think of the total Number of releases this year, which didn't seem like a ton. I don't know. I just feel like this Christina Applegate, especially and Linda Cardellini. They're just So good. There's like so much great. So many great performances out there. I get it if they were nominated in the first season, it's like, OK, we already did you let's move on to the next person Ma Rainey's black bottom, which I just watched last weekend. Did not get a best picture nomination. But Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis did get acting nods. I think that's accurate. Sure it was You know, I know it was. I believe it was a play, right? Yes, And it felt like you were watching a play. It felt very Like what? That's a weird thing to happen. But if you're watching a play, you kind of have a different suspension of disbelief. Sure, oftentimes than you do in the, you know a movie. So, but Violet Davis outstanding. Chadwick Boseman. They did a dedication to him. Also at the end of that movie, by the way,
Sarah Chalke Talks Rick & Morty
"About what a dream career in acting might be. Sarah Chalke has sort of had it. She's been on some of the best love TV shows of all time, Roseanne. Scrubs How I met your mother. Not too shabby, right? But you know things must be slowing down during the pandemic for actors. Well, not for Sarah. Now she's part of the one of the most popular shows during this pandemic, the animated series Rick and Morty, where she does the voice of Beth Sanchez. I had the chance to talk with Sarah Chalke out in Vancouver, British Columbia last year after season four of the show rap. We talk from her home, NBC. Don't worry, I wasn't NBC hears our conversation. Hi, Sarah. How are you? Hey, I'm great. Nice to talk to you. Where are you? I'm in British Columbia and s O feel like you'd be here. You're still able to work right? You're on Rick and Morty. It's animated show. Are you still able to do voices? Yes, I'm I've been recording three cartoons up here, and it's been such an interesting adventure to find like the most acoustically positive sound And really, that's like a dead sense. You have to find somewhere small and s O. I started out in the lower bunk bed surrounded by every do they and pillow that was available to me and then try taking the kids play tent and duct taping seven moving blankets around it. Um and then you know you're in this kind of like dark space. And then I take like make a stack with like a thing of poker chips and Harry Potter books and then bounced the microphone on top and hope for the best. And I also say that like Beth on Rick and Morty Is not like a A super kid friendly cartoon character like No. Are you worried about your kids here in here and what's going on with mom in the room? So what if he like up and you know you're recording off campus in a sound contained sound booth? Um, so yeah, yeah, that's also been part of this figure out a way to not only keep the dogs from barking, um, and hearing birds, but also, uh, the Children not hearing you. So it's an interesting um Dynamic. They get to have some really loud. Screen time, huh? Get they get to watch their iPad as loud as they want so that mom could say rated r things into a microphone in the bunk bed. Totally. I mean, I was already worried about like my daughter who's three going to preschool and like she loves we have all the Rick and Morty like stuffed animals, and plus, she's and so she'll play with them. If you like, mister Q. B Butthole. Yeah, I don't know how that's gonna go over playing that with other Children. It's been really amazing to see how big Rick and Morty has become, like I remember when it was sort of like this little niche. Animated chauffeur for nerds and for You know, for people who like really kind of sophisticated comedy, and then it just becomes this worldwide phenomenon. And it made me think about your character, Beth. So for people who haven't seen the show, can you tell me who Beth was when you started and sort of who she's become, as the serious has gone on. Yes. Oh, so she's the sort of mother of the family. Um, Rick and Morty is the grandfather of the grandson. And you think you're gonna watch this grandfather grandson? Go on these like wild sci fi adventures. But what it ends up going into is like these real kind of rough family dynamics and on day kind of You know, not just this sci fi cartoon but asking these existential questions like if life is meaningless, and there are infinite universes, does anything really matter? So that's rickon Gordy in general, and then the best starting out kind of that, you know, as the Matriarch of the family and playing the mom and then over time, And as the seasons went on, you find out how much she is like her dad and the fact that when she was little, he had to build her a secret world. Because she was making whips to make people like her and mind control hair clips. As a young girl. You find out that she is kind of a lot like her dad, and and then and then, as the seasons go on. She wants to either stay or leave, And we don't know if she's a clone or not a clone, and that's been super fun to play kind of death. And then this alternate best as well. Space that it's funny like it. Z must be a challenge to sort of play your character and also sort of more sinister. We're like, deceptive version of your character. But it's all the same voice like You're not changing too much, you know. Yeah, Totally, totally. It's been. It's been super fun, and obviously we didn't know at any point that that was coming like we just get the scripts as we get them. We have no knowledge of. You know what's happening down the road in the future, so that part's so fun. I mean, to see like a Rick and Morty script in My Inbox is one of my favorite things because the minds of Justin Royal and and Dan Harmon are Unbelievable. There. So the scripture so smart and so funny and so wild. I love them. It's the number to show in all of North America like we were looking at in the US anyway. We were looking at the survey was conducted in the US to see what TV shows were being binge the most during the pandemic. So number one friends. Friends is number one. Right? Yes, I love it. I'm a big friends fan. And then sort of like the anti friends Rick and Morty is is not know that his number two in some states record is number one. What do you make of it? What do you make of it that during the pandemic, it's gotten even more successful. That's really cool. I didn't know that. I think I think people want to laugh and people want to escape into another world. And I think that it's a You know, a time for For a real need for for comedy, and the growth of It has been interesting to watch kind of through the eyes of comic con over the years like we would go to comic con You're one. It hasn't been released yet. So all the questions were to Dan Harmon about community and then the next year, it was like a couple of weeks walking around and then the next It was like a sea of Mr Poopy bottles and bricks and all these different characters was kind of cool. I get to see how it's how it's growing, but I'm glad it's bringing people less. Is it this time? Is it ever a bit intense? Like I know that I know that Even Dan and Justin, the folks behind the show have had to come out and talk to the fans of the show. Because they could be intense. They could be a bit toxic. That could be a bit sort of awful. Now when we're talking about a pretty small Group of fans of the show, but I can't imagine what that's like to be sort of in it to be in in the show, with all that's going on. Yeah, it is. It is wild. The degree to which you know I can't watch all the little pieces and I am you know, I think that That, you know, I don't. I don't actually read a ton of those, uh, those sites and comments, but I think it's It's cool how passionate people are about it. It reminds me because when you started, I think the first way we all knew you was when you were on when you were on Roseanne and you were brought in court famously, is second Becky. Like one of the biggest shows of the nineties, You replaced the original actress who played the daughter Becky, until the original Becky came back again. From what? I understand you were in high school in Canada, and then it got that gig. Yeah, it was crazy. I was 16 when I auditioned and I I was living in Vancouver and working on a couple things that were filming up here, but really haven't done anything under very much. And and, uh, got this audition and put myself on tape. And, um, I think we even like Mailed a VHS tape, You know, down to the states, and they called and said, We're gonna fly you down for an audition on day were seven of us and all the others were like 21 living in L. A actresses and all of us were doing this scene with Glenn Quinn. Who played Mark back his husband and the whole scene was like making out. You're making out with him. And you're like, you know, get job. The gas station, baby. Come and get it down to the gas station, baby. Come here. That was the same like there's this 24 year old, handsome Irish actor. How am I gonna remember one line and they said we'll let you know within a week. And then, a week later, they called back and said, Okay, come back tomorrow and do a scene with Roseanne and was like on the infamous coach on the set, and they were calling out. You know, camera numbers and having a laugh track and seeing if you could kind of adjust to those elements, and then they called and said, You got it. And Remember going to a party that night and telling a couple people and it just sounded so crazy. Sounded crazy. Yeah. Sounded crazy that you were in. You were in high school, and you were telling people having to be on the number one sitcom in the world. They would have been right to be like They're not. You're not like taking over for someone else like they're gonna not have like It just sounded insane. And we already had, like great seven. We already had, like someone like lied about being on the mini pops. Remember the many pox which were so amazing? I don't I don't know. The minibar like a Canadian band was like a Canadian kids. And you would like You know they would sing covers, and they were dressed these cool eighties clothes and they were amazing and someone in our schools that they were going to be in the mini pops. That wasn't true. So all the sudden I felt this feeling of like I'm lying about being in many parts, and then so then I kind of spread it on our school pretty quick. And then they called me back on Monday morning, and they said We're having cold feet about replacing Becky. So we don't know if we're gonna do it. We will do will pick you if we do it, but we're gonna put you on hold for four months. We're going to tell you in September just got this is jumping. You couldn't be a Minnie Bob situation, right? You're gonna have to go back to all of them ago. No, no, they change their mind like all you have Sara? Sure they did Change your mind. And then you then you find out Yeah. And then s O was my great 12 year and, um And I would go back and forth because they would shoot two or three weeks on one week off. So we would shoot Monday to Thursday. I would get on a plane first thing Friday morning and be at school in Canada on Friday afternoon and then and then fly back Sunday night or stay home for a week if we had a week off and kind of commuting back and forth I'm really interested in people like you who have On gun traditional first big gig like I was talking to Linda Cardellini the other day who played Lindsay on Freaks and geeks, Right? And you know, so there you go. She's her big break. Is this show that considered to be the greatest show of all time and then gets canceled after one season and I said, You know, what does that do for you for the rest of your career, and similarly for you your first Big is to replace beloved Actor. In a show that is the number one show on that, and it was it was controversial. When it happened, it was people couldn't believe that it was happening. And then I wonder if that taught you anything in your career going forward, whether it had hardened to you or heart And you do you think it did something to you? I think both of those things I think, you know, I mean, because Yeah, came. She would least he was Becky from seasons 1 to 5. I was six and seven. She came back for the beginning of eight. And then I came back for the rest of eight. And for nine. And so it was definitely, you know. As a kid. Um, it's you know, it's confusing and hard when they brought her back, and then they called this. Okay. Now, will you come back? And and so that piece, I think, um Was the challenging part of it for sure, And the other piece that was challenging was just going from complete obscurity to going on the number one show, and then you're at that age where gynecology just kind of wanna blend of a sudden that piece of it was it was hard, but they incredible part was the obvious, unbelievable gift of working with John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf and Roseanne and Sara Gilbert and Johnny Galecki and Sandra Bernhardt. And I mean it was It was crazy. It was like stepping into having not really worked out much to working with this top, unbelievably talented comedians and just watching them. Work and what They would do with a script from a Monday morning table read Till Thursday night Tape night. It was such a huge learning experience and so so interesting and obviously You know, open so many doors for me. I mean, I was Like my entire diamonds, girls. My nickname was second package would be like we got second back in the seventies. Really Good. Yeah. Yeah,
"linda cardellini" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Know what? I just figured out your style really worked like Gregory Peck. Gregory Peck. Snotty comedian will just a minute, please. I have been a successful comedian half of my life. How come we got this? Did you come in here to be entertained or not? That's right. What's right? We came in here to be entertained. And we're not. I'd like to see you. Come down here. Be funny. You first. The new Siri's Muppets Now isn't nearly that funny. The joke's on his crisp, the individual TV show sketches go on much too long. And there are no musical segments, which you're sorely missed. Trying to recapture the old Muppet Magic isn't easy. The first Muppet movie managed to pull it off. But that was when the original Muppet show was still in production. And when Jim Henson and Frank Oz we're still the heart and soul of the operation At ABC failed with more recent revival attempts in 1996 and again in 2015. And Muppets now also is a very mixed bag. It's celebrity guests aren't given enough to do though they try Linda Cardellini is a good sport without any good lines. And the best sketch in these early episodes presents the Swedish chef as a sort of iron chef doing battle with guest star Danny Trejo, who takes the battle part a bit too seriously. Today we will be pairing moly, taco, traditional Latin meal. Very, very delicious. Probably better than anything in sweet side. In the episode in which Joe the legal weasel make Scooter preview the show to a focus group before uploading it in this case, that's actually not such a bad idea. Especially since that focus group turns out to be a pair of very familiar and very opinionated. Muppet characters. Enjoy the audience survey any worse than that guy. Oh, no. Our thoughts Exactly. Wait. We do to deserve this. Don't worry. We won't tell you. I can't look at my own criticism is short.
"linda cardellini" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Worked his neighbors okay all right I've watched a couple of episodes okay yeah of dead to me yeah season two great I gotta say the thing that is saving season two is just how good it Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini are and they show their great has the stories get it it kind of feels like a stretch to me a little bit sure it was like a we just think these two are so good at it they're so good in this that we have to keep it going but I'd say maybe it wasn't so necessary for sure not necessary but I thought despite the fact that it does require a bit of a leap that it's I don't know I just like the the quirky twist and turns in I still had myself sort of working through a house is gonna unravel right you know and did you make it through the whole season I can't remember a whole thing done don't don't you feel stressed out by going out god what now if no one here stress is not a reaction that I have to shows in movies often in fact huh the I wish I felt stressed I guess more by shows because what it means for me is it's so difficult for me to get past like they're actors with their trailer lie all made for this really care about this project that's not good nine thank you god I kind of forget that they're famous people and you have to very difficult for me all isn't that interesting yeah yeah so I and I think I might have to do with why I don't cry at things often even though I'm an emotional person I don't cry it shows that I get convene thank you for asking me I feel like when I watch something if I have a physical reaction to it as far as emotional emotional reaction as that which can be physical too because on I feel like they're doing a good job job well done yeah right like I don't care what I feel if I feel something that's good enough for me so distressed feel good then in this case because it's all right you're getting stressed no it doesn't feel good but I feel like they're doing a good job because I love her they made me feel that way like anxious we don't want to look like god you love horror movies right now I'm really stress times we went to see the quiet place to go you know what and that to me isn't what scares me I'm afraid of ghosts okay well you should do it with class than that I don't know if you and they are terrifying to me I don't recover for months sometimes years yeah sometimes I fall asleep during the in the is that too.
"linda cardellini" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of seven one dot com he worked his neighbors okay all right I've watched a couple of episodes okay yeah of dead to me yeah season two great I gotta say the thing that is saving it season two is just how good it Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini are in this show they're great because the stories get it it kind of feels like a stretch to me a little bit sure it was like a we just think these two are so good at it they're so good in this that we have to keep it going but I'd say maybe it wasn't so necessary for sure not necessary but I thought despite the fact that it does require a bit of a leap that it's I don't know I just like the the quirky twist and turns in I still had myself sort of working through a house is gonna unravel right you know and did you make it through the whole season I can't remember a whole thing done don't don't you feel stressed out by going out god what now this one here stress is not a reaction that I have to shows and movies often in fact huh the I wish I felt stressed I guess more by shows because what it means for me is it's so difficult for me to get past like they're actors with their trailer lie all made for this really care about this project that's not good I know thank you god I kind of forget that they're famous people and you have to very difficult for me all isn't that interesting yeah yeah so I and I think I might have to do with why I don't cry at things often even though I'm an emotional person I don't cry it shows that convene thank you for asking me I feel like when I watch something if I have a physical reaction to it as far as emotional emotional reaction as that which can be physical too because on I feel like they're doing a good job job well done yeah right like I don't care what I feel if I feel something that's good enough for me so distressed feel good then in this case because it's all right you're getting stressed no it doesn't feel good but I feel like they're doing a good job because I love her they made me feel that way like anxious why don't wanna look like oh god you love horror movies right now really stress times we went to see the quiet place to go you know what and that to me isn't what scares me I'm afraid of ghosts okay well you should do a lot of thoughts on that issue and that they are terrifying to me I don't recover for months sometimes years yeah sometimes I fall asleep during the.
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTOP
"Okay well maybe in two days by midnight this is the most important thing in the well if you haven't done according to them before joining us live on Skype to talk more about it vulture critic Jen Chaney Jan the movie stars actress beanie Feldman who was also in the movie lady bird a few years back which was great tell us more about this film and how you liked it so this will be reminded me a little bit of almost famous it's not quite as good as almost famous but the promised you know this young teenager who gets a job being a rock critic and it's based on a real story Caitlin Moran who wrote the book and adapted it for the screen did become a rock critic as a teenager I answer follows her journey as she tries to kind of figure out what her voice is up but it's it's really entertaining and beanie Feldstein who also is in book smart last summer which is another really fun coming of age story it's a great part for her I mean it's really her first role as a lead carrying a movie and she's just so charming this is one of those movies that would have been out in theaters but obviously can't be so if you can catch it on demand it's worth it for watching her performance she really is just lovely and watching the trailer was fun so I'm looking forward to that all right let's talk about Netflix today season two of dead to me starring Chris Christina Applegate are better or worse than season one which I think it is more wild than season one in a lot of ways if you if you saw the first season you know this is a kind of a dark comedy I in which the husband of Christina Applegate's character gets hit by a car she becomes friends with Linda Linda Cardellini is character who is a trend that actually hit the husband with the car but Christina Applegate doesn't know that and at the end of every episode there's always a twister cliffhanger I and that continues to be true in season two I and I I guarantee you if you start watching this tonight you'll you'll be done before Saturday morning like you won't be able to stop yeah that's so season one was that so I'm excited for this as well all right Jan thanks have a great weekend you too thanks Folger critic Jen Chaney there on Skype and there's some other new entertainment on tap for tomorrow night stay at home restrictions won't stop Saturday Night Live from celebrating its season forty five an alley we started working now NBC says the cast will offer up its third home episode this.
"linda cardellini" Discussed on AP News
"Tonight Show both are turning thirty eight Christina Applegate's been co starring with Linda Cardellini on the difficult to categorize Netflix series dead to me there's a lot of any trauma that has had on the drama it's a Trombidium she's forty eight and veteran actor John Larroquette recently starred in the play Nantucket sleigh ride a challenging role where he's in every single scene for the entire production I was sitting at home with Elizabeth my wife and I said you know can I carry this water at my age you know I'm not young and by any definition except maybe a tortoise and I thought it's a challenge but I I have to take it on America talking with metro focus he seventy two and that's our birthday around it for November twenty fifth I'm Bob Kessler the carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years was hauled to the surface so it can be studied the dead whale which was about as long as two school buses washed ashore near gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen scientists say it's exceptionally rare to see an intact blue whale carcass wash ashore the only other documented case happened more than two hundred years ago seeing an opportunity scientist removed fifty eight tons of flash from the twenty fifteen carcass and then place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so under water scavengers could pick them clean all three hundred sixty five of those bones were brought back to land Thursday once reassembled the whale skeleton will go on display at the new marine studies building under construction at the half field marine Science Center in Newport ABC.
Linda Cardellini on new Netflix show, 'Dead to Me'
"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening in the culture. And my guess today's Linda Cartolini, who is having a year of years, first of all green book wins the Oscar as best picture, you know, that's pretty great. And then basically, you do a horror film, cursive, love Ronin becomes number one over the Easter weekend. And now you have a series on Netflix called dead to me, which is secret is that other little indie movie made this year called ventures endgame? Tiny movie. You know, that's why we're here we, we wanna push that kind of thing, you gotta help that one out. But dead to me. Is this like wonderfully interesting show where I've read talk to some people say, but I don't know what it is. Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? And I keep saying what's life, right? Yeah, yes. All of those things. But so that I don't get in major trouble. Okay. You set up, what did to me is, we jokingly call it a trauma D, because Trump so that they go through. And it's about these two people myself and Christina Applegate, who meet at a grief group and become unlikely friends. I'm very free spirited sort of optimistic person and she's very guarded angry widow, and, and we've both done through tremendous loss. But we both have secrets that were keeping and, and in major complications in our characters that make it interesting. And, and so it sort of unraveled from there. But the thing that I loved about. It as you can't define the tone of the show or the Jon Rao of the show. It doesn't really fit in a box, so shimmy ends where I go, what I know that I love that. There is a suspense element to it that it wasn't just these two characters to, to females that you could kind of inner change your line. They're very separate very defined characters that sort of lock in on this intimate relationship. But then it's a character story. But it's also that a lot of plot. So that, you know, twists and turns, and I can barely talk about it because everything is a spoiler. Have you ever said the phrase, the title of this any other human in your life? You're dead to me. No, no. I have. Yes. I know it's, it's a good one, though is it's, it's tough somebody's dead to somebody. That's while you're still living. Of you. Women in this show have many reasons six. Yes. Absolutely. To absolutely no careful. I was Hank, you I very much appreciate, well, you basically, and Christina Applegate r. The controlling forces of this show. You know, you could just say, hey. I didn't like episode four improve at USA. Know how diva esque. Or she actually where near not just in general, which is nice is something we actually get along about. I think for big team players. So that was really fun and important to me going into the project because you, you work if you were going to series, you work with people for a long time. So I wanted to be sure that I really enjoyed the people I worked with, and she's amazing, Liz Feldman. Who's the creator in the show. Runner is incredible. Her mind is incredible. Her is incredible her heart is in is, is genuine, she's a wonderful person. And so a she, it's her vision and her bay. We have brilliant writers and staff and everything, but really choose at the head of it all. And it's very easy to trust her. So we just sort of give you know, ju- given before they had never met really look that in one way. It's very right for the series. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you don't. Yeah, but there's such an easy -ness of between the two of you there. Is and I was so grateful, because it just happens or at dozens and the first time we met, we both were signed on to do it. And we had lunch with Liz, and Jessica, Alba motor, our producers who we both know we both worked with the different movies, and they both said, you know, you guys are gonna love each other, and we met, you know, people say that often, and then you meet somebody, like, okay, you know, it takes awhile to get to know somebody, but we really instantly felt like we knew each other and, and it's been very, very easy to be with her and to, to do this with her and, and she really has my back and I have her, so it's, it's a wonderfully worked beautifully. I couldn't be more
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"You know, was it projects for that. You wanted to be or not and one was and then we're working on a few other things and north cool. I like it. I really like I'm you've been doing. So you've done so much TV and stuff did you ever direct? No, not yet. You want to do that to eventually my saying things like why did you bring this up? He knows I wanna do it. And I just haven't fucking done it yet. And I don't know why. Oh, no, not at all no actually had an opportunity to do it. But at this point, it's a I feel like I need to sort of take a little breather moment. Sort of have my real it goes, I've just the coming off the series. It's been a long haul, and I was one of movie right before that. So I'm just gonna take a little break and recollect okay myself. All right. Well, but no, I do want to do those things. I know that sounds way too serious for I don't know. I sent it very serious collecting re-cook yourself gonna word. I'm so serious about it. Let's you just. Want ground? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We recruit from my life regroup. Relive your life. No. You're awfully hard on yourself. Yeah. What is that about knowing? It's annoying to you to me hard to myself of myself. You ever tried to figure out why I think it's rooted in. Well, we really want go. I think it's things -iety to be honest. I think if you having Zaidi it'll go in any way, you know, it's like water will find a little find I have in mind manifest in dread. I get like like I start thinking, and then a Mike but over nothing like, you know, like today, I've got got eat lunch. You just like ridiculous shit my anxiety works. I think it'll find something I know, but I don't beat the shit out of myself as much of these two. How did you stop? By I didn't know what purpose it was serving on some level. And that doesn't always stop it. You know, what I mean serving any purpose though. It's divorced. It's also feel like I'm gonna I think I can flip it sometimes sometimes it goes negative. And I think that same. I think it also goes positive sometimes to like right flip it if sowing in a practice that flipping it flipping it from. You can also flip it to being imagining the worst. You can can I do feel like that is part of why I do it. I mean, I also feel like I might win the lottery, and I also feel like there might be an earthquake. You know what? I mean. It's the same watery. I do. But then I don't check my ticket. So I don't know what that means. More anxiety, Debbie like what happens if I throw away. Ticket. They throw away winning ticket. Yeah. That's true. Too. Right. I don't know kidding. Could talk in the wallet. Yeah. Thanks for coming in. Thank you for having me. That was nice. He's intense the very charming, but very I you know, is going on there. I enjoyed that. That was Linda Cartolini in me, and she she can be seen currently in the movie green book, which he's great in. It's in theaters now and she's in the upcoming net flicks comedy series dead to me and don't forget from executive producers. The Russo brothers survival is extra credit in scifis new series deadly class. You've got a one thousand nine hundred eighty s backdrop a high school setting and a bunch of a sassy trained in the deadly arts based on the best selling graphic novel by Rick remainder and west Craig deadly classes, a coming of age journey full of ancient mystery and teen angst catch all new episodes of deadly class. Wednesdays at ten nine central on scifi. Now, I'm gonna play some haunting echo ridden. Guitar. Live.
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"So the whole the ER thing really gave you like a whole sort of toolbox of chops in confidence. Yes. In one way. There's a way of working in television, when it's procedural that is like, you know, you you learn how. To like do get done everything. Right. Right. And you for me, that's, but it also helped me to learn to like really listen to other people in a in a different way. Because that's what keeps it interesting for you as the people bringing in have to offer you so when we'd get like Stanley Tucci or forest Whittaker any of these people who came in to play their roles. It added a different dynamic, and you able to I don't know help me it honed. His the listening skill for me. And I it's changing the performance and best implored, my, I know and then but everything's different like that doing that shows a hundred times different than doing bloodline, totally different. Sure, it's a series so by, but, but for you personally as a person who can do what you do every experience adds to, you know, the confidence in to the ability like, you don't show up places anymore where you're like what the fuck happening. No. I do. Absolutely absolutely under percent. I definitely shop. And I also feel like what I do. And then the next day. I was like what am I doing? But that's good. You know, I feel like once you get to convinced of what you're doing. You might be not discovering enough joy do a madman. Yes. It was kinda interesting universal. Yes. Yes. And there's a very, you know, it's like what was I didn't join the show not knowing what the show was. I knew show us like the show. So be part of it was fun. And then you have the ability to trust what's happening there. You know, when you do new show, you're sort of like trying to feel out like how it's gonna work or what it's going to be is this. I know what they're doing this. Sometimes. But and you and you can do it seems like he can do anything you can do comedy. You can you know, you're you're good foil. You can do drama. You can do everything. Thank you. And they still everybody's still puts you in the funny movies. You're in big funny movies, and they also in kids movies. Yeah. Dude, you do everything. What is this thing that is at the end of the resume here. What's this Al Capone movie? Oh that judicial right now called dead to me. That's a drama thirty. Okay. Let's Christina Applegate. Oh, actually doing. She's great. Great. Good. Good and vet on not yet. No. We just we finished shooting on next week. We have three more days. How many did you do ten? I finished last night at four AM. Roese? But that's a that's been really fun. So and then the alcohol movie, it is funds though is Tom hardy plays alka poems. Crazy working with Tom hardy, man what the fuck. That's that's like a well of like what the hell's going on there? Him with him, which is no with him. Like, he. So like such an odd actor so good. Yeah. I can't. You play his wife. Yes. I play makeup on. And it's about in this director's Josh trank. And he wrote it directed it. And he'll cut it all together. It'd be totally his vision. And he's got like a really specific really cool vision. It's about alka Ponant his last years and the and his syphilis dementia wild. Yeah. When you do movies where I and you've done so many of them. I mean, I don't know if it's about that. But that's the period. That's what it is fenced the time in house life. Yeah. But when you do movies like that when you when you read a script, isn't sort of like mind blowing like who commit to this store? Why this story? It's just amazing to me that people choose what they choose. Whole thing vision. Yeah. Do you ever think about writing or doing this? Right. I write with a partner, and he and I sold to things that never got made. But we went down the road. Sure. And I was hesitate to say that because as you say, you're a writer because everybody's like all right?.
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I had like a bunch of stuff personally happened that I just wanted to be close to home, and I just wanted to, you know, like work and dive into work, and because home, and they said, you know, they want to meet with you. And I was like, oh, I don't know if I'm interested in doing a television show at the moment like, you know, I've just and I went in and I met with them. And I remember seeing Jonathan Kaplan who had directed the cues talking about the show, and like all these people. And then I remember watching an episode where there is a lot of characters went over in Africa. And I watched the actions like this is different than anything. I've seen on television. You know, you can come on for a year and a half of the well, that's good. I could stay close to my family. I like dig in here. Right. And and then after a year and a half. I'll just go other stuff. Yeah. Because I never liked to stay in one place long enough. Like, I really like to change it up for in terms of they weren't. Yes. As much as I can. I don't always have those opportunities to choose everything. Get like the first crop of choices. But whenever I can't I tried to choose things that are sort of different from the last. And so after the first year and a half. Off it was such a wonderfully supportive ho Larry's group of people. We laughed so much on that show which is surprising because so serious. But that's what keeps it sort of. Sure. Sure. For you that I couldn't imagine choosing to leave the community of it. And the work was always really fun. We always had people for me when other actors come in who you admire or who are greater challenge. You like we always had incredible guest stars on the sure so it was an and the actual cast was all they were fantastic actors, so they had fun working together. And we had fun offscreen together. And there's some of my close friends still so yeah. And in so the community of it was really a a beautiful thing. And I stayed through whatever's on me through a lot of things and not a lot of you know, and if you spend it was the longer than I'd spent it was longer than it's been high school, I spent in college so that community of people is like a support system. There are it's it's so weird. Because like when I came to frequent weeks later. And because I don't keep up with things. I don't watch enough things when I saw you on madman and Mike. Oh, look she's back, but you never went anywhere. But that's the funny thing about ER is that industry wise. People didn't really watch it so much anymore world like if I go travel somewhere or you have people outside Erica people like emergency room. But within the industry people just thought I disappeared right beyond working like a lot. I was working and enjoying myself. So, you know, but they're coming certain skills. But then after that way skills had been honed in such a way that I felt like I needed to take a break. And so when we left on your own will, I waited till the show ended ended with the show, and then when I left. I just sort of took a break. And I was like I'm gonna wait. And I'm going to find something that I because I love to work, and that can be a wonderful thing. And that can also be like, hey chill out for a second. And just wait for something. We have the money saved you could think about things. Yeah. And also, I just I like I like I like the process, so but anyways. And so I I waited in the script hold return, which is one of my favorite things that I have done, and it was a it was a small film with LIZA Johnson. Who at the time was a I a soldier soldier returning. And I was in. It was the first movie I was in nearly every frame, and and so that was really that was really a Michael Shannon and John's lower and Paul sparks. It was really a great experience..
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"So that was that was the life changer that series. No. I mean, I don't I'm still waiting for life. Gators. Maybe happen trying I'm trying to just worked to foreign warning last night. No, I think that changed things in some ways. But then the show Donny. died. And at that point when a show diet, it meant things to people. It wasn't like, oh, well someone else will pick it up in a rush run forever. When the show died back, then you were considered a failure. You personally. I don't think they're a little bit of a stink on you. What do you do next? Right. You know, and wouldn't you next that kind of compares to that? And why didn't people like that? Right. And why didn't that work? And you know, because I had this thing where like I was in these magazines as like, you know, we were in all these different things that critics choices, and, you know, won an EMMY for casting or all these different things happen. But then the success didn't match up got cancelled. And then all of us were out of a job for real. And the guys didn't feel great. They wanted it to go. Of course, you know, the guys in charge everyone to succeed. So there is a feeling of back to the to the tribe dating. Yeah. And how long were you had to work? You were doing movies to bit right? Yeah. Looks like he did some weird movies. I did we'll you know, what am I going to? I don't know. Gene, you, but I was I was possible judge when I dislike I was looking at things I think your first movie was like, maybe not your first one's a decent Neider project. Strange land. Yes. Which that was coming off the hills of sling blade. It was the same studios for like they're doing this horror movie, which is the only other move this horror movie. And it's like the same studio is slightly. You know, it's all this. That was we had fun. The first time ever went away on location, and we want fun, Colorado. But it seems like what was it about was about a guy who was in like until body modification and sort of like body torturing stocking this girl and her father, and yeah. Yeah. Terrifying idea. So good experience. Oh, making that movie was so much fun. I very really had bad experiences. Very very rarely work with some very funny people and amazing people. Yes, mark. Martin short. Yes. Well, that was fun to narrow is a whole improv movie. We had fun and Reese, yes. And I love I remember at the time aid. Just like, I don't know if you want it because it was after fees, usually, I don't know if you wanted just fine. And I was like, I think that part is hilarious. I wanna do that. I didn't know that the movie would become legally blonde became this. Like, thanks. Yeah. I'd no idea it would become that. But she's she's kind of a thing racist kind of an amazing person. She can do both you can do comedy. She. She's really she's an producing now stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But so you never had any really bad experiences. Well, I mean, I wouldn't say I've never had a bad experience. But I think the majority of my career, and I I've had good experiences. I like people like being on set..
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"So I can get a lot of you know, mileage Edita. Yes. And I knew people who are sort of in my similar situation. Who were like, oh, I hate it. I can play. And I was like, please. This is going to run out sands are going through the hourglass. So you might as well enjoy it you you're not going to be able to play forever. Right. So you played a kid for the first few years. Oh, yeah. Lawn, and yeah, I mean all the way along reaching gates you were eight. Yeah. So you could really do it. And then you're also getting all that experience. Yeah. I loved it. I was excited. I mean, I wanted to play characters so not playing something that was me was fun. I always wanted that was sort of what I thought you were supposed to do. But you were doing like it seemed like we did a few one off. But then you you had arcs and things it looks like it was after my first booked the series killers. Right. Yeah. Which was a big deal to book series deal. Everybody was excited manager must have been thrown. Oh, yeah. How long did you stay with that guy for as long as I could? And then he said to me he actually said to me, I don't know how much more I can do for you. It might be time for you to move on. Like, he was very kind about it, Oh, really? really. Yeah. Yeah. Because he out there on. Yeah. So story. Yeah. It is. Yeah. So you gotta series. And then you did like, I guess spots. But there was a there was a year where I feel like I didn't work for whole year. Yeah. And then I think I got a part on third rock from the sun. John Lithgow, right? Yes. Yeah. Yes. Who was the nicest person, I remember him being the nicest person back then there was a really nice cast. And and then we worked again on daddy's home two. Oh, yeah. 'cause this time you have to play your father in law. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So how does we minds? We'll tell the story because what's are just about like how 'cause I've talked to Judd, I've talked to Paul, but that seemed to be very cathartic thing for everybody involved, and what was the process of freaks and geeks because it was such a special kind of isolated show. Yeah. And I think everybody has you know, nobody really knew who any of us were and some of us had not worked at all. Right. And even if we had worked people, maybe didn't notice I had been working. But nobody. Yeah. You're in a lot of TV right now. Right. I mean, my story is I remember I kept auditioning for pilots season. You know, this whole pilot. It'd be wonderful. Scripts you read the first episode and everybody goes into not dishes, and then it was only network television. So you would if you got to the point where review and a few other people we test you test you to sign the agreement. I will be in the show for the next six or seven years. This is my pay. And no, you know, it works. And then you would go in and if two of you didn't get cast in one did they'd rip up to contracts in the one person would go on to become the person in the show. So the year before it had happened to me, and I tested for a bunch of stuff whereas like sign the contract negotiate contracts, and then get there and then heartbreak. Win for all those executives. That's one hundred times to one hundred links literally one time I went in like eight times for something into the casting director, and you're going down the other person and the other personalities just keeps getting scarier and scare as a group gets bigger people who are judging you as more and more people in the, you know, and so the year before I had like almost gotten a bunch of things so the next year came, and I think people were casting director aware that I was maybe somebody who could potentially be hired. And there was a for three things on NBC at that time. Then I read free beacon. I was like, oh, this isn't like anything else wasn't. You know, it was like that was sort of a killed it in its own way was wasn't like anything else..
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I never the best at that. I'm terrible at it. We'll get it. All right. Yeah. Took forty years. I think that's what you learn. It wasn't about like thirty five. I think that's the real relationship. I think people can smell it. If it's not real, right? Like, I guess so I think there are people that like I have sort of an undeniable talent that if they get seen in the right situation, the pri- be okay, if they don't destroy themselves. And then there are people that work, very hard and kind of find their way as well. You know what I mean? Yeah. Like, I I don't know. I've never I never was great at maintaining relationships or even being that pleasant when I was younger. Seem pleasant now. It took a long time. I'm sitting in Obama's trip. Oh, yes. No. I mean, it just it take it. You know, I had to get beat up, and you know, handed my ass a few times it gets hard. When you come to be. Actor actress I came to do comedy. So I'd act I'd never understood early hard. But at the very least, so you know, I had no choice in it. It was something. I is just what I was meant to do. But the one thing about comedy is you really call your own shots. You're your own your guy. You know, once you figure it out. No one. You're not auditioned. You're doing your own shit from the beginning. You're not going in pretending to be. I don't know how actors handle auditioning. It seems so haram the still her, and I still I don't know that. I just certainly have a handle is fun heartbreaking. Really? I mean, you got to really be pretty tough, which is interesting because you have to be tough at the same time be vulnerable enough to be able to do all of the things that you need to do. I guess what you do is you frame it in your head is part of the job in eventually that just you know, has to right. I mean, you just have to be like, why don't you? You might not get it. You maybe won't. I it's just it's just part of it. Right. Yeah. And I think for me. When I figure it out like, oh, well, I'm going to get through this because I have this mechanism of coping with it. Then it doesn't work the next time. You know what I mean? And you get depressed about, you know, if you really want something, but it's you know, it's it's part of it. But I think there are people who are good auditioners who you know, what I mean. Some people are really good at auditioning. Some people are not as good at additioning doesn't mean can mean different things onset like point people know, you I still addition. I addition for green book. Yeah. Twice twice. Very good. Thank you. Did you like working with those guys? I did. And you know, the the audition part was actually really nice because it was me and Vigo, and Peter, and they waited for me like I had I was working and reviewing I was doing a movie a horror movie, just like the first one I've really ever done which which one is your own ah. Uh-huh..
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"So he has always had this quick. So you're working in a casting agency. So how do you did you study acting at Loyola did you did for undergrad and for all four years you were doing it? And then I didn't totally finish. And so I had to go back. I went back. I didn't know if I would have like goal was sort of never finished. I was like I'm just gonna go. My parents, please go to college. And I was the first of all of us to go into a four year college. And and so I went away to Loyola Marymount, which wasn't that far. I wanted to go to either New York or LA and ally seemed like not so far from my family. Sure. And I had actually a little scholarship to another school theater scholarship closer to home. So you went for the scholarship at loyal another at another one. I don't know if I got when they're not was just auditioned for it. No. You didn't have to audition, which I was I didn't want to have to this. This. And and I went to loyal, and it was you know, from coming from my high school. It was like people who that I liked at my high school who were thought were good went there. So I thought well lets small didn't deal so foreign to to go to a giants where you have built in friends. No, I had one girl who came with me who had the pool party. But then she left, and then I made friends that was the great thing. I think for me going to school in Los Angeles trying to become an actress was was great for me because it actually gave me. Like, a good group of friends, and we had gone through moving away from home together, you know. And I have this wonderful group of people that I met through school. I didn't have to meet them, you know, going out at bars because moved to L A doctrine, right? So I have had a nice support system. Avoided the pratfalls of getting lost in the city right away as much as possible as possible. Yeah. Letting you I think that's hard. It's really hard. When people move out here to become an actor. If. Friends you have to like there's a lot of pressure to begin with. And then you're not you're of a support system stuff and also figure out how to get in, you know, too. Because it seems like most of show business is built on those kind of relationships where you meet people, and you kind of maintain friendships with casting agents in this..
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"And it turns out that that's, you know, Steve's uncle, really. So it was her friend, and I didn't even. Put it together until much later. You went to the wall. When I was a kid in eighth grade. We went to Washington DC memorial. Heavy right. Yeah. I've been there. Like I've been there couple times youthful. It's really something because it's just sort of sneaks up on your. Where's it? And then like, yes. And you kind of quiet down over there. And you never really see somebody who, you know. Is there feeling oh ways? Oh, I just. Yeah. It's devastating. I just read some story about Springsteen. Or like he's been like some story. I just read about Springsteen has been talking about a guy who was in a band when he was a kid in Asbury park. Who was the first guy who really impressed him as a singer. And he ended up. He's a local kid went to be at Phnom and was killed. And he's it was just a story about him bringing it up on stage and one of that guy's kids. You know heard about it and him in Bruce connected. And he you know, and he was able to get stories about his dad because his dad got killed when he was just a baby. But he's able to get Bruce. Tell them about his old man and stuff. Kinda sweet. Yeah. Yeah. Heavy man. So we're young to like it takes you to be sort of beyond that age to realise. How young eighteen is to be sent there onto that that fucking everywhere. I mean, nowadays and direct then and we didn't have a choice. No like, did you watch that can burn stock. You got about twenty hours. Now, you should watch it. Sounds like maybe I should the Vietnam war. Why Daryl we'll know? There was just I didn't know about it. You know, I kind of know about it. But like really the the whole history of we don't have talked about Vietnam. I don't know. I don't know enough about it to really talk. I didn't either. And then I watch Kim and a little bit. Yeah. I think I know everything, but my short-term memory's not great my long terms better. So I didn't retain there. So we didn't tell me how many brothers and sisters yet. I'm the youngest of four. Okay. They would they all end up doing. My my sisters. I'm the youngest by pharmacists, thirteen years older than me. Yeah. I'm closer in age to her son than she is. But we were always in the house leave accident. That, you know, somebody once said that to me, and my parents would like that's not true because my brother and sister. My my oldest my oldest brother my sister. They were like Irish twin's, your parents were like, whoa, we're going to just take it easy now and space these kids out, but but yeah, but they said you're not an accident. Why would they tell you you were I know? But you know, it's like thirteen years, it's pretty bad. They started young though. But you're happy accident since could maybe not I'm pretty. I think you're doing. I think they like me, but I started acting when I was a kid. I liked it. I want you. Performing in elementary school. But what they didn't let me though, like you had to be picked to do a part Catholic school person. Then I went to Catholic high school, then I went to Catholic college, which Catholic college Loyola Marymount in Los Angeles. Yeah. But you got a good education. Right. Even though I did the Jesuits are the the pretty good thinkers, and did you ever sort of like have to wrestle with telling them we?.
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"My friends their parents have houses, but when they have grown up and have a normal job. They can no longer afford to live near their parents Bri. So then they have to move sort of two way. And and so it's it's it's that's what it does to your folks in northern California's store on in the same neighborhood. They moved a couple of hours away if that's not too far. And you've got a kid now. Right. So they have a good relationship with parents. Yeah. Yeah. And then my my daughter's father, and I have known each other since we were kids. So folks are up there his folks, but everybody's move sort of hours away. You know? So there are a couple of hours from each other. But everybody's stopped. Our friends are still up there. So pretty up there. It is it's beautiful. So how Catholic where you brought up? Very really. I mean, we didn't go to church every weekend. But my parents were brought. Up catholic. And like they were told you had to go to confession every week. You go. I went well have I went when I was little because my mom's you should go to confession every go, and I was very young. And and I was the youngest of four, but my parents were protective, ROY ROY. And I went to confession. It was really old Irish pres, and I didn't, you know, scares like bless me. Father five cent, and I was going to say like one single that you could save up one. And then goes hell it. And so I said, you know, I missed mass and yelled at me because it was kind of an old cranky. You know, and he yelled at me, and I was hysterically crying. Him out of there. And he said, why didn't you go to church? Do you have a bike? And I simply yeah. I have a bike got one. Last Christmas was accused shed ride your bike to that. Oh, man. I came out of there, and it was hysterically crying. And my mom felt terrible. Terrible about the old. Man. Scared. You and I was like I'm never going again. And I was very sensitive, of course. Right. I mean, obviously, I want to and and it can really even have any sins. Right. But did that's that's scared you away for them away? And so here's the this is a funny story, actually. So then my mom, my one of my good friends. Her mom was always like the most wonderful person. She always had everybody to house that. If there was a new pre she would invite them in and feed them because pre-selected fed runs but for the record. And they had a swimming pool. So everybody always went to their house new parents, my friend, Jeannie, June Hooker. And so her mom had the new priest over which was like, this young Irish priest who everybody liked he was funny, and he was fun and everybody was swimming and unbeknownst to be my mom had told that I had been scared away from confession. He she told the young new pre. Yes. But I didn't know that I was swimming. Everybody was swimming in the pool is a pool party. And he swam up to me. And I remember thinking like, oh my God. Here's like I saw precent shorts with no shirt on. Which was you know, normally you saw them in their whole garbage. And I was like this is odd. And I remember just clocking that he had. And I was you know, it was like eleven and if there was nothing lascivious about it at all it was very wonderful kind, man..
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"He told me you've never talked for an hour. I talked our once before in public and why what happened was it a bad our? No, it was great. Oh, yeah. So worked out, but you grew up in California. Yes. Northern california. That's the best. Yeah. Where'd you? Grow up around San Francisco, like thirty minutes south. What was your family doing up there? My family's been in San Francisco for generation for giant, the Cartolini's of San Francisco were different names seriously. My father's grandmother was born there. And so my my great grandmother, my grandmother, my father, my sister. Her son have all been born in San Francisco, and then my mom's sites one generation less. There's been there forever. They've been there for a long time. But we're the come from originally like New York. No, they're all like checked in an Ellis Island. And I mean, according to family more, they all checks in Ellis Island and kept going from Italy my dad's. Live from Italy. My mom's side from Ireland. Some other pieces of the puzzle is the best Germany and Irish Italian four on Catholic, genetically Catholic. Yes. For hundreds of years. Yes. Lots of children big families. Yeah. Have you visited those places? I've been to Italy. I've never been Ireland Ireland's beautify now. I'm dying to go. I really would love to go are just there. I've only been to Dublin and Kilkenny, but like it's beautiful. That's more than I've got. Yeah. I know, but we're going Italy. I've been well. I I the first time I went there played soccer there. I played a lot of soccer when I was a kid, and I. Entries playing soccer was because you were great at it. Or because it was just a high school enough. And there was a team that was going, and I could go, and we're young you point against you talion. So the first time I went to Denmark, and Holland and the second, and we save a family is when I thirteen and the second time, I went I went to Italy, Austria, France and Germany, oh, man. And so I went to Verona, and we got we got our handed to us. But we had a great time. But so that was the first time I went I didn't play I've done a play there in Italy as a grownup as a as a college student and. Which I was leaving to do right after freaks and geeks. And why would you go do? Ancient play. And what was the ancient boy, it was a version of LANCELOT? But it was you're saying your your question now. Because now, I have an interesting memory. It's sort of like I can hold onto things for a short period of time. But my long-term is a little bit. And it doesn't matter. How the offices to me I've sort of the opposite. Yeah. Really, no matter what it was like. Well, that's because it's not so important units. Absolutely gone. Yeah. It goes somewhere else. But my short-term works. Well fram. Get through the day, memorize my lines brief read a book, and then read it again a year later. Lancelot? Yes. But there was a it was like one of the first non-secular plays, and it was being performed with this. This medieval play festival, and so the teacher of ours took us, and we went and that so I remember that's after the pilot of freaks and geeks. That's what I went to did that where you are. Are you didn't have a huge career in show business yet? So, you know, trying fix wasn't my first show people always think it was. But let me ask you a couple of question about growing up in San Francisco did any of your family actually live in the city. SF San Francisco itself when I was growing up here. But they started they started there, and then kind of spread out, and then my brother moved there. And, you know, people always lived, you know, movie did you go when you were growing up is that where you used to hang out like go to San Francisco, sometimes I'll even go there all the time. Yeah. Party there or what you know. What I mean? It was more of like a adventure more suburban life. Right. Yeah. Because it's like such a freak show. San francisco..
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"He's accepted by unlikely group of misfits who use their skills to change the world for the better by breaking every rule. There is catch all new episodes of deadly class. Wednesdays at ten nine central on scifi. Three a couple of emails. I got a good one. I thought it was a good one because this guy is very attentive something there was something about I like this Email. Subject line hands down the funniest moment. Hey, Mark been listening since God knows when up to twenty. I think a few thoughts. At episode to twenty one some of us are fans of the superhero movies because we grew up on comics and never thought we'd see them on screen as dynamic as they are and are meant to be an old crusty bartender. I know saw the very first Spiderman when it came out, and he muttered I've been waiting for that movie since I was five anyway, I fucking love him. Okay. Pal noted. I get it that makes sense to me. I respect that to Michael Clayton is one of the finest films ever to grace the screen. I love when you talk about it. Die hard is on at the theater every Christmas. But I'd go see Michael Clayton on the big screen for multiple viewings quote. I'm not the enemy, then who are you unquote. It's a couplet from Michael Clayton, by the way, three is the meat of it. You're talk with how he was fantastic. You run the gamut with guests and the interviews always shine that snappy patois that surfaces when you have a comic on is golden I've got a pretty good job. And. I work in construction with contractors. Sometimes I'm at the job site out in the rain, and they joke must be nice to cruise around and chill in an office. I usually respond. This is the job I chose. You have the job you chose. And here we are my shit ain't without its hangups bullshit last minute changes and putting out fires. Sometimes the whole company seems like a rudderless ship with no one at the helm. When you guys were talking about bombing. And how he's all quote, nobody knows unquote. And you said because you can't leave it brought tears of laughter to my eyes. I rewound it at least fifteen times hands down the funniest thing. I've heard on your wonderful show the pain in that moment about those moments coupled with the knowledge that this is what you signed on for the love you have for your craft. Even what might be the worst part about. It is just something you deal with. I imagine it's not even a cause or a fine print for a comic its iron clad guarantee. Lead that at some point. This is going to happen soldier on. Thanks for the show, man. You are a constant source of laughter inspiration and wisdom keep up the phenomenal work, boomer lives. Sincerely, anthony. That to me because he picked up on that moment. You know, we're talking about bombing. And how are we talking about? No one really understands it. But then he brought up his own wife. It's just and I never really thought about it either. It made me reflect on when you're younger in comedy, or whatever you do. I mean, the worst fucking thing that can happen is to shit doesn't go over. And when you're starting you're only doing it for five minutes, three minutes, and it's it's an eternity. And then all of a sudden is life goes on and you stack up these experiences where it it gets as bad as it's going to get. In terms of occupational problems in this particular field, or whatever feels you're working in. If you've been doing something for a decade or more. You know, you're you're going to have a pretty good resume of things getting fucked up a things going really wrong of things like teetering on the edge of complete chaos and failure or or quitting or losing your job. And after you get a bunch of them, and they get a little behind you. You're like, nah. Yeah. It was it wasn't great when that happened. But yeah. So on time ago. Fuck it. I don't give a fuck. Nothing. Fucking matters. Nothing is true. Everything is permitted. Where did that come from Hossan? I SABA how you doing those New Year's resolutions. Folks. Are you making it to the GM are you laying off the sweets? Are you being extra nice to children and old people are yet? It's hard. Right. Well, not with the one.
"linda cardellini" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"All right. Let's do this. How are you? What the fuckers what the fuck buddies? What the puck Knicks. What's happening? Marc maron. This is my podcast W T F. How's it going? What's happening everything? Okay. You're right. I'm all right. I guess I don't think my cat. Buster likes me. I think he puts up with me. And I think, you know, we have a strange relationship. But I don't know if you've had that experience where you have a pet, and then a friend of yours comes over. And they they seem to want to go home with them. And I can't resent the guy. I can't resent the cat. I cannot resent BUSTER kitten. He's an odd cat. He's he fetches things he thinks sometimes you looks like a human in the face. But you know, I do everything I can for the guy, but he's sort of like, he'll he'll he'll hang out with me when I'm doing things. But when I'm not just you know, I think he likes other people better than me. And what do I? Do about that. Right. Do I keep trying? I mean how much like I'm feed this cat like you better than some humans. Eat, you know, maybe that's it maybe got toughen up a little bit. Or maybe it's just I don't know. He's used to me. You know, we have a certain thing we do. And then when other people come over, he loves them, and they go like, you know, what I just realized is exactly like me. The cat is exactly like me today on the show. I talked to Linda Cartolini who is in the new film. Green book. You might have known her you member from freaks and geeks yet apart, pardon madman. She she's done a lot of ER. She's done a lot of things. She's a very very fine actress, and I not pretending to talk to her. So I took it and dug it and you'll hear that in a few minutes. I promise you that's going to happen for you. You're going to hear me, and Linda Cartolini talking and also on tell you about this. There's a new.