7 Burst results for "Luca Guadagnino"
"luca guadagnino" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"But Matt Bellini talked about that he basically unwrapped the mystery of how this happened, who was the source behind it. And it was the director's girlfriend, Mary McCormick. So, okay, interesting. Director's wife, whatever she was. I fully expect this to be a thing that happens now, which is the opposite of the way the campaigns used to work, which is like, they were, I mean, obviously there was a lot of glad handing happening among academy members for people who were potentially nominated or no eligible for nomination. But this is more like, this is somehow like stranger and deeper, but also kind of more moving than that. Like when her name popped up on screen, I was like, what? It worked. And I'm like, who's not going to get numb to it? But at that point, you already knew because it was veal that Davis, her name hadn't come up. And so I don't know, I just find that. So you're pro RAS, bro, you like this. I like the performance. I like the performance. I think it really, it really is a good performance, but I think that the way that happened where the best actress category is notoriously full of performances like this. Jessica Lange, won an academy award, essentially with the two Leslie, right? Like blue sky is a movie nobody had seen. It was not a hit, I don't know how many theaters had ultimately wound up opening in before she got an Academy Award nomination, but this is basically that, except this year for women in movies was better than 1990 four was the year Jessica Lange, the year blue sky came out. So I was thinking like still Alice with Julianne Moore when she won for that. That's another that's another one. But I do feel like people at least were aware of that movie. They did a good job with the screeners. And I think at least some people checked it out. This one kind of came out of nowhere the last three weeks. And you have to be a deep, deep, deep movie nerd if you saw this. Also, we're talking about Jessica Lange and Julianne Moore versus Andrea raspberry, right? Like most people don't even, most people have seen most people have seen Andrea riseborough in something. But she's one of those who's that actors, right? Like she's a that guy. And I would think for me, she's that lady from Birdman. Yeah. I mean, everybody will have, you know, she did my favorite Black Mirror episode. My best, the best acted Black Mirror episode stars Andrea riseborough. And for anybody who has not seen that, it is the most stressful viewing. Have you seen that one? No. I'm just, I mean, my blood pressure just went up thinking about it. But I think that there's so many things happening in this organization now. It's very, very big. It's bigger than it's ever been. I think it's going to be a 10,000 people soon. If they aren't already, let me throw some big questions at you. And then we could talk about all the other people that we have now that are in this and why some of this stuff happens. So they made some of these changes so Top Gun and avatar and movies of that ilk would actually have a chance to be nominated for best picture. They made ten movies instead of 5 gone going back 12 years, but also they want situations where Top Gun and Tom Cruise can be there in the first row with a movie that got nominated. So from that respect, that worked. I think one of the things that's interesting to me in 2000 22 just looking back at a year is how many good directors made a movie and how few of them are in these nominations. Directors that weren't nominated, David O Russell, Jordan Peele, no baumbach. Olivia Wilde, everybody was excited about. Luca guadagnino? He made that weird Chalamet movie. Chazelle? We actually had most of our good directors made a movie this year, and yet it's funny that Spielberg and Cameron were two of the people that had the biggest success, like two of our OGs, people that we probably thought maybe they were even long in the tooth. And then, you know, we had Martin mcdonagh, who, wait, where'd you stand on the banshees movie? Just out of curiosity. I really
"luca guadagnino" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Than ever. And also, you know, as we talked about many times, the scripted TV stuff, I think, is tapped into a lot of this stuff. I mean, those are the two factors. The Miles Teller thing is so Miles Teller shot Top Gun in 2018 and 2019. So how did he spend 2020 making the offer for paramount plus? That was what he did with his time. He didn't make a movie. He'll make more movies, but that's a constant drop. That's a good, that's a good point though. Was that worth it for the overall bios teller arc for trying to get him to be a movie star? And what happens, I don't know, pick anyone from the late 70s. Let's take Tommy Lee Jones in 1983. He's probably on one of those shows. If the infrastructure is in place 40 years ago, instead of just making movies and playing different parts and to me, it's about managing both, like the person who I think is doing the best job of this in America right now is Zendaya. Zendaya is a former Disney star who has a young following that will be with her for a long time. In addition to that, she hitched her wagon to being MJ in the Spider-Man franchise, which is the most successful movies of the last ten years. In addition to that, she happens to be on a provocative and really interesting HBO series. Next year she's making a movie called challenger set in the world of tennis with Luca guadagnino that is probably an awards movie. That is. It's all about picking projects aligning with the right people and being present and also seeming rare. You know what I mean? She never talks. She doesn't do press. She's in paparazzi photos. Is she even dating Tom Holland? I genuinely don't know. Maybe she is, but that's so unusual to make yourself seem that special in that elusive while also being present all the time. And that's like the myth of stardom. That's the power of stardom. It's helpful that she kind of blueprint. It was very similar. Very similar. Isn't the best actress in the world? I like her style of performance, but she is laid out the best career strategy of probably anyone under 40. Yeah. I also, I mean, I don't want to make this about Zendaya or Miles Teller. I mean, obviously, y'all know that
"luca guadagnino" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And we made a film just and we wrapped in September called cha cha real smooth, that he wrote and directed and starred in with me and I produced with roe. And it was like the best time because we made a film with all of our friends who are all coming up. They're super talented. And it's like a collective of artists that when they feel supported and seen. You feel seen, you feel like you can do anything and anything is possible. So there was just this kind of buzz on set all the time and it was crazy hours and really brutal and uncomfortable because we had no budget, but we had the best time. Some more and more producing to come. Yeah. Last 60 seconds for me, I'm going to go rapid fire if I may. What's the biggest misconception about you that you would like to correct? No comment. No, okay. If Luca guadagnino goes forward, there's been some talk that he would do a sequel of to call me by her name. There will be different actors in different places and whatever. But he said he would like you to play the wife of Oliver, the character played in the original by Armie Hammer. Would.
"luca guadagnino" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Of locked in. So there was a lot of trust put in Jamie and I. Yeah. Now in and around those I guess before and after the first film and then somewhere around the other two, you were doing you began to really do a lot of other very different stuff with a wide variety of very good directors. And I just want to prompt you if you have anything you'd like to say about a few of them. Black mass, you were the girlfriend of lady bulger for director, writer director Scott Cooper, who actors who are not necessarily fans of everyone like Christian Bale's a very specific guy. Loves working with Scott Cooper. They can't stop working together. I know. She's so annoying. Cast me. Because. What makes what makes people want to work with actors want to work with Scott like that and what was your experience with black mets? I loved working on that movie because of the I mean, so cool to do like a Boston mob movie in the 70s. And to, you know, work opposite Johnny Depp was like very inspiring and he's an a crack an incredible actor. And Scott was, I think that the environment he creates is really uplifting for an actor feeling like good. So maybe people like to hear that? Yeah. He was an actor, yeah. Yeah, he was an actor. He's just like a very warm person, and he makes you feel like he makes everyone feel like you're in this, you know, like, family, this group, and it's in that you're making something special in the set is really respected. It's very quiet. It's very serious but not self serious. So it felt very, that's probably why I love working with him. Also, I think when a director really sees you in a way that other people don't or other directors don't, or maybe you don't see yourself. It's incredibly fortifying, I think, for an actor because that's everything. I think for me, especially as wanting to find out new things that I can do or be new people. And just to have her on the point that you were working quite a lot. The first Fifty Shades was 2015, black mass was 2015, and then so two was a bigger splash, the first of the two movies you did with Luca guadagnino. Who is at that time was probably best known for I am love. Now maybe best known for calling by her name. But in between are these two very special movies that you guys did together in a bigger splash in 2015 and then suspiria in 2018, you and tell the swinton in both of them and that in itself might be something we should talk about because a very special access to there. But just how did it sound like there was there was an unexpected first meeting with Luca that got this all rolling, right? Yes. Yesterday I was told his birthday..
"luca guadagnino" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And this is a special live episode being recorded at Chapman's felino theater in orange, California. In front of an audience of my students and other members of the community of this great film school. Today we are privileged to be joined by an actress who is a third generation Hollywood star. But who, since popping up in a brief but memorable turn in David Fincher's the social network, 11 years ago, has very much made her own name in the business. Now 32, she shot to fame through a trilogy of blockbuster films released between 2015 and 2018, which were inspired by the bestselling Fifty Shades books by EL James. But it has been primarily through arthouse films that she has established her artistic bona fides. Among them, Luca guadagnino is a bigger splash in 2015 and suspiria in 2018, Michael Schwartz and Tyler Nelson's, The Peanut Butter Falcon in 2019. And this year, Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut, the lost daughter, in which she plays an overwhelmed young mother who establishes a connection with a woman who was in her shoes, decades earlier. The Netflix film is coming to select theaters on December 17th and then to the streaming platform on December 31st. But rolling out on the fall film festival circuit since September, it has already brought our guests some of the best reviews of her career. And it has brought her to Chapman today. Would you please join me in welcoming a very talented actress and producer who also happens to be this week's THR CoverGirl Dakota.
"luca guadagnino" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"Just hear bush is doing his little thing where he bites down on the corner of his bed and then sucks on it. So cute. A v like self-soothing and nurses home. So yeah. So crystals getting ready. She's waiting for Kathy to come pick her up and she's she's living with Lucie. There is a moment where she's like, oh, are these brownies and then she can I can I have some and lose? He's like sure. And then Chris was like, I just I don't eat enough. And the way her housekeeper looked at her she looks like she was like, she was taking off, like, taking it back or like caught off guard in that moment because maybe it's like an unspoken thing in their household or like it's a hot-button issue. Clearly. But there was like, a dead A moment of like, pure fear in her eyes where I was like, what is she like, what does she know? It kind of felt like a Veep moment. It was very, very like, just looked like, She was like and then it passed and then she ate the brownies. The brownies look. Great made me want a brownie. Yeah, Kathy comes together and she's again wearing a Blazer and jeans. I just wrote she just looks perfect. Yeah. Because oh should I have dressed up my God? Now I feel underdressed. He's like I'm going to give you an idea want to mess up your makeup certain is wearing an insane outfit but also amazing. Yeah she's cuz you know her like Thai cost 10 grand, america drives over with Rena Rena and she has had steak for a meal. I was like she needed a bloodfeast. She's like, I crave iron Give me a steak. Steak again, would have Erica's slowly succumbs of imperialism? I mean, I could see it. Like, what if she's like over the course of this. Like, like at night, she's like feeling an urge to go, like, like she drives out to like a farm somewhere, like, on the outskirts of LA and just, like grains a goat. It's like that movie raw. Did you ever see that? No, but I wash my God. It's so good. I think it's a French horror movie. It is and It's about a girl who's like, kind of slowly becoming a cannibal. Mhm. And that is Eric, as exact Journey. We know. Luca guadagnino is doing a cannibal movie. Thank God, we need more cannibal content with Timmy chalamet love to me to me. So Eric is like I've had steak for the last three meals. She's like, why not? Keep going? We had a pre-order and I ordered a steak and mashed potatoes and it's like I got the shrimp tacos, and then the areas, like I got the steak and mashed potatoes. She was that sounded good, but I didn't order it, but I, you know why? When you literally pretend to eat on camera,.
"luca guadagnino" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"That movie just kinda came out of nowhere. I lost sight in the theater. And i absolutely loved the kid. Detective max barbara cow for palm springs. This is the andy sandberg. Kristen miliani movie. And i just thought that it was a fantastic draft on hulu. Jesus luca pick luca guadagnino. I can't pronounce his last name. And i apologize. I love the director though. If you think your if i love him so much what prances fucking name sound like right now. Luca guadagno guadagno. Guatemala nino for the hbo series. We are who we are again. I am going to say that this is the show that no one watched. That is so fucking good. Get on it. Oh my god watch this. Watch this fucking show. Rachel lee goldenberg for unprecedent. I loved this movie. I thought she's i like paul. You know you brought up. What was that movie. Never sometimes always never. What does it call. Yeah never rarely sometimes never rarely sometimes always okay. Yeah like that's another movie that deals with like abortion and it. Does it in a completely different way. This does it in a it. Does it in a serious. But also comedic way. And i think it was better way a lighter way but it was well balanced and well directed. I thought it was fantastic. George see wolf for ma rainey's black bottom. Wow this movie. Just came like nowhere on net flicks and it got the is on it. I think people that watch this appreciate it. And i loved it. And george c wolfe did a great job directing emerald fennel. She did an amazing job directing promising young woman. This is this movie premiered in january at a film festival but it wasn't released until until christmas day and i watched it today and oh my god promising. Young woman is absolutely phenomenal. I've got to runners up. First runner up is darius marder for sound of metal which you can watch on amazon prime. This is the resume. Med movie where the guy is like losing his hearing. He plays in a band with his girlfriend. And he's losing his hearing. It's very fucking. I don't know this is an incredible story. And then my number two my second runner up before we get to our winters here is sam mendes for nineteen seventeen like just the amount of detail and attention that this guy put into. This film is absolutely incredible the way the movie looks like it was taken in one. Take kind of birdman thing and and used zero. As far as i know very limited if not zero special effects to make this happen so like if the weather wasn't wasn't cooperating with them that day the neighbor fucking they were. They were rehearsing lines. And they're waiting for the weather to basically get back to the way. It looked so that they can continue to film this film. I i think that sam mendez just made an incredible movie here so let's get to our winters for director of the year..