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Jared Leto on new movie 'The Little Things' and being an Oscar winner

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Jared Leto on new movie 'The Little Things' and being an Oscar winner

"Hi everyone. I am peter travers. This is popcorn where we tell you. What's going on at the movies. And i saw terrific movie right now called the little things. This is a movie about two cops played by of all people in washington and rami. Malek in search of someone they think is a serial killer in nineteen ninety los angeles and this guy that they focused on is played by my guest today. jared leto. Who usually gives them a run for their money in terms of letting them twist in the wind deciding whether his character is guilty is he. A serial killer is he not. I've got to tell you jared that this is one of my favorite performances of yours. It's it's like a co lassic kind of movie villain that we don't know if he's guilty of what he's accused of but we know is guilty of something definite strange character but he has humor is playful. He's all those things that make you remember character. So did you feel when you first read the script. No i said what is this. I don't wanna do this. I is was actually buy those my response. I thought you know. Maybe i should explore different territory. You know. I played a kind of than the darker side of the moon. A bit and You know. I thought maybe this wasn't the right thing to do And then after talking to john lee. Hancock and i realized that there there could be an opportunity. Here's he seemed really open. I said if we're going to do this together. I'd like to to to kind of use it as an exercise in transformation to to really try to sculpt this this this wild man albert's pharma Into something quite unlike anything. I'd done before so he seemed really game And the prospect to working with denzel washington one of my heroes and then rami malek in the mix. It was just couldn't say no. And what i love about you. Working with them is that yes albert. Your character trump really tries to drive the both of them crazy and with a kind of zen deadpan. That you have yourself you know. There's i don't want to say there's a little of you albert but there's there's some of it in. Yeah sure i've been. You know you you take parts of yourself. Other people Experiences that you've had and you kinda just build this collage you know i it with. Albert's parma was head to toe from the walk to the voice. I had different color is different knows different teeth. I had some other prosthetics different way of carrying myself and it was quite exciting to put this guy to life and to really take risk and push things right up to the edge And hopefully not crossover into absurdity But yeah he is a bit An un unwittingly unknowingly zinn. He is the voice of like maybe a soothing yoga teacher or something does. There's one i don't want to spoil any platt detests. But there's one point where they both taking you to the police station in la. It's an interrogation room and the phone rings and albert says is that for me. You know quite a quite innocent with it. It's that kind of thing that he's open to sort of any moment until he's ready to spring with something that will make denzel crazy. Sic chrissy i. there's nothing more fun than you know. antagonizing the other characters in the film and for spar he knew he uses that as a tool a likes to keep people off balance off center and humor is one of the ways that he does it and it was quite fun to show on saddened to bring all kinds of different Ideas for ad libs and improv and John lee hancock was amazing. Because you know he was the writer as well but incredibly generous with the opportunity to improvise ad-lib and he really just let me go to town. Would you haven't worked with denzel rami before right. No no no. I had an an. I didn't know them Either and i mean what was kind of fun as well as that didn't do any rehearsal like for the interrogation senior talking about that was the first scene with all three of us and the first big seen it was quite intense and intimidating Exciting there was a lot of pressure and it was explosive on sad. It was it was there. Were fireworks going off. It was really exciting to get in the ring with those guys. Everyone came prepared. I think we all knew there was an opportunity there and we all took advantage of it. Well you know all you have oscars so now. Nobody can ask you to do anything. You don't wanna do right. You just hold that thing up. You can take it with you that day. You want you could certainly a casa damage with it It is a you know. Denzel washington said the other day. You know trophies the they it's like when you're a prizefighter that the belt you won the last times not going to help me this time in the ring and Is true you know you you. It's beautiful thing to be acknowledged and winning the oscar. Was you know. An unforgettable highlight of my life and share that with my family and my friends and supporters Through my life was a really special thing. It doesn't help you when you're sitting opposite denzel washington and you've got to

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'The Little Things' stars Jared Leto, Rami Malek, Denzek Washington is a stirring crime thriller

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

'The Little Things' stars Jared Leto, Rami Malek, Denzek Washington is a stirring crime thriller

"Denzel Washington Rami Malek and Jared Leto collide in the little things a mystery premiering today on HBO. Max, a jaded detective tracks a serial killer in the San Fernando Valley. It must really like my car. Do I was the trunk space. Denzel Washington gives a complex performance as a cop willing to bend the rules. Unlike his idealistic deputy, Ramsey Malik during a cat and mouse game with Jared Leto's creepy suspect, writer director John Lee Hancock has been trying to get a script made since 1993 feeling like a nineties thriller like the Silence of the Lambs. It's a shame it wasn't made back Then, as we've since seen the same concept done much better in seven Zodiac and prisoners. Still, I'm a mark for this John Rush trying to solve the case, even if we've seen it

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Overcoming Sin Through the Power of God (Genesis 20:6)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:16 min | Last month

Overcoming Sin Through the Power of God (Genesis 20:6)

"Genesis. Chapter twenty verse. Six then god said to him in the dream yes. I know that you have done this. And the integrity of your heart and it was i who kept you from sinning against me therefore i did not let you touch her. There's a ton wicked talk about in this chapter when abraham journeys into the territory of a Lack the king of dharar. He takes sarah. And there's a lot that goes on here. That abraham does that obama does the whole point in this verse. That i just read it when i want to draw attention to as we pray is god's saying to Malek i know you've done this integrity of your heart in other words. Not defiled abraham's wife and it was. I god says who kept you from sending against me and the picture here as chapter twenty verse. Six is what we see all over the bible. The only way you and i can resist. Sin and overcome. Temptation is by the power of god. This is why jesus teaches us to pray lead us not into station but deliver us from evil because he knows that laugh to ourselves we will wander left to ourselves. We will send left to ourselves. We will turn from. God's good ways to own evil and wicked ways and yvonne wicked is the right word anything apart. From god's good ways is evil and wicked and this is what we are all prone to do in our sinfulness which is why we need god's mercy not just at one point in our life when when we put our faith in jesus and we ask him to forgive us of our sins we enter into relationship with him through faith. But it's not just that moment when we needed mercy we need his mercy at every single moment in the beauty is god promises to give us numeracy every single morning every single day all day long every moment and so this is the christian life a life of moment by moment dependence on the merc- and power grace strength love and help of god. Who said that one more time. This is the christian life. Moment by moment dependence on the mercy and grace and strength and power and help of god and the beauty is he has put a spirit inside of us to give us all those things and every moment as we look to him lean on him and trust in him not just at that point previously in our lives but as we trust in him moment by moment all throughout the day. So god we look to you. Now we lean upon you now and all day long today as rely our heads on our pillows at night as we wake up the next morning. We need your new mercy every morning. We need your numeracy every moment. God we confess right now that none of us can stand against sin and temptation on our own. None of us can experience the good life the abundant life that you have created us to live designed us to live called us to live we are aw prone to turn from your ways to our own ways so god we pray for your help right now and repre- that you would help us to be cognizant of our need for your help and your mercy and your power at every moment all day long today tonight tomorrow all that we do we say based on your word and john fifteen five jesus weekend do nothing without you it is you who keep us from sending it is you who keep us in us so we pray keep us close in every way we need you and every moment we trust in the help and the mercy and the power and the grace in love and the strength all these things that you promised to provide for us through the presence of your spirit in us.

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Judge will not publish full investigatory report on state's attorney's handling of Smollett case

John Williams

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Judge will not publish full investigatory report on state's attorney's handling of Smollett case

"Has declined to request to release in full the special prosecutor's report on state's attorney Kim Foxx is handling of the Justice Malek case. W jeans. Julien Cruz has an update and Web making the argument that releasing the full report, which includes evidence and grand jury testimony, is in the best interest. Restoring public confidence in the criminal justice system. But the judge raising concerns about preserving the secrecy of grand jury proceedings, which of course, is a core principle in our criminal justice system. Jessie Small Let, however, is still looking at a trial. A trial date has not yet been set. The actor facing four counts of filing false police report, Dan Webb released a summary of the report last week.

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Created during Spanish flu, jingle dress dance now helping First Nations people cope with COVID-19

Unreserved

10:42 min | 11 months ago

Created during Spanish flu, jingle dress dance now helping First Nations people cope with COVID-19

"The cove in nineteen pandemic women and girls across north. America have been posting videos of themselves performing the jingle dress. Dance it's a dance. It has historical ties to another pandemic from one hundred years ago way. People in the United States and Canada tell a similar story about the origins of the jingle dance tradition. They cite a young girl being very sick her father after having a vision about a special dress and dance associated with it gate. The little girl that dress. She began dancing in the new jingle dress and survived that was University of Minnesota professor. Brenda Child on the origin story of the Jingle Dress. Dance Brenda is a member of the Red Lake. Agip way reservation in Minnesota and she's been doing some research into the history of the jingle dress. She joins me from Minneapolis to tell us what she discovered. Welcome Brenda thank you so much. What did you find? Was the origin of the Jingle dress. Dance or I was really surprised when I started doing the research. I couldn't find a single photograph of what you would call. Jingle dress before Circa nineteen twenty in the United States or Canada. And I thought. Wow you know as a historian. It occurred to me that something very big had happened. That created this new healing tradition a century ago so when I started doing further work into it. It seems that it was the big flu. Epidemic of Nineteen nineteen very similar in some ways to the global pandemic were experiencing today. And so the story whether it's told in Whitefish Bay Ontario or central Minnesota on them lacks reservation. Both of them name a little girl as being the first jingle dress dancer and the girl was actually survivor of the global pandemic of a century ago And there was something else going on at the time as well as this Influenza pandemic there was there is this law. I guess outlawing I indigenous a spiritual holiday so that really added to to the power of the dress right. Yeah it was. I like to say that the jingle dress dance was a radical tradition from its origins because in the context of the United States the Indian office in Washington had outlawed ritualistic dancing on reservations in this kind of infamous dance order of one thousand nine hundred twenty one but it is true that the jingle dress dance emerged during a moment when these kinds of traditions were being suppressed on reservation communities and so in that sense the jingle dress dance was sort a radical tradition from its beginning very cool. Is there a history of new? Data's being created out of Specific need or issue that needs to be addressed in our communities. Well I mean I think we have a tradition of new dances being created. But this is the first dance. I traced to a kind of global epidemic. And what's interesting to me? Is Most of US know that Indian tribes in North America? Ever since the coming of Europeans experienced many different kinds of epidemics and pandemics and smallpox and what the jingle dress dance sort of shows me is maybe this was a way that native people had of coping with these earlier generations of epidemic says. Well how is the jingle dress itself connected to healing? I think most native people know that the jingles themselves argued with kind of healing power. Ojibway people think of spiritual power as being passed through the air and so sound is very important in that world view. And so if you've ever been to a powwow and you've had the wonderful experience of listening to many Jingle dress dancers dancing together you know. It's a really interesting sound in that it's a tinkling sound. But some people have described it as almost being like a summer rain or or voting sounds of a rainfall what we learned this past year. My students and I at the University of Minnesota were putting together an exhibit for the Malek's Indian Museum thinking about it being the hundredth anniversary of the Jingle Dress. Dance tradition and we had an opportunity to look at dresses through the decades and so from the Twenties Thirties forties fifties and more recent years. And what we found. Is that the jingles over the years. Where made of different materials we often think of. The Classic Copenhagen Snuff Can Lid and that has been a consistent material that our people have used to make jingles but we also saw dresses with Prince Albert tobacco cans. We also saw dresses made from baking soda cans early. So yeah so people. American Indian women and women in particular have been very creative. We had one early Dakota dress. That had a jacket. Both of them with jingles and the skirt and jacket were made of drapery fabric. Wow it sounds like a jingle dressed dancers were kind of contemporary in that they were able to go with the styles of the time they did and in fact some of my favorite dresses are the first ones from the collections at the Minnesota Historical Society. They're often black kind of Slim dresses that resemble the flapper dresses of the Nineteen Seventies. And so it's surprising. And that's sort of one of the things. We wanted to show with the exhibit that in many ways. The Jingle dress dance evolved through the decades. There isn't one consistent style but the jingles are what they all have in common a lot of the dresses from the thirties and forties. We found had long zinc zippers. Up The side showing that they were probably purchased in department stores. When you and then we're embellished later with jingles and that's something that may be would surprise some of us who always say you know you have to make your own jingle dress or you have to have it made for you. Because in the nineteen thirties and forties women sometimes purchase them and added the jingles. Later I imagine many people think that Powell dancing has been around for hundreds of years. But as you say the jingle dress dance and the dress itself is relatively new. How do people respond when when you tell them that? I like to talk about that idea very much. Because many people can only see indigenous people as historic people. I know we have that problem in the United States where sort of viewed as always in terms of the past and so with the Jingle dress even though the Powell tradition is older than the jingle dress dance shows me. Is that native people and Ojibway people here in the Great Lakes were part of the making of the modern world. And who would've thought one hundred years ago a century ago that this global epidemic that people experienced all over the world would go into the remote communities of the Great Lakes and be very devastating and that women would respond to that epidemic. By you know I always say it's like applying. Sav to wounds that they were able to kind of create this new tradition. That is still with us. A century later. Wow now you mentioned earlier that you helped curate and exhibit at the Mill Lack indie museum in Ohio which took a look at the history of the Jingle Dress and was organized for the one hundredth anniversary of this dance. What kinds of dresses did you have contributed to this exhibit from some some of the you know the the dancers out there well. It was really fun because we started the exhibit with the idea that we were going to bring historic dresses so that the community could kind of look at what I mentioned earlier. The how the dresses evolved over the decades but then what we also found is there almost became like a second exhibit because women wanted to bring their own shingle dress into the exhibit as well and. I think the one that is photographed. Most often is one where it belongs to Vanessa. Northrop from the fond laco devoid community in Minnesota and she turned her police uniform into a jingle dress. And that's a very powerful dress When people see it another favorite is the one I mentioned made out the Baking Soda. Can lintz and that was from our spiritual leader from Kind of central Minnesota and Wisconsin. His name is Lee Staples and he asked if we would like to have his mother's dress which he's still had Lee himself is in his seventies so he brought in his mother's very beautiful dress and we that to the exhibit as well. Just a beautiful sight to see yeah. The exhibit is called the BOSCA. Uganda good day. The Jingle dress at one hundred and as I said it will be having another season. Hopefully when the museum reopened again later this spring it. It will be there for the summer months as well. Now you may have noticed over the last couple of weeks. We've seen women and girls posting videos of themselves dancing Jingle online in response to cove nineteen how does it make you feel to see indigenous people turning back to the Jingle dress dance as a dentist healing? Well it makes me feel great. It makes me very happy to think that another generation as being inspired by this tradition. You may have noticed early last summer that Google had doodle in the middle of June about the jingle dress dance and it was the first time that Google had commissioned a native artist to make a doodle and I thought that was a very interesting thing to happen in the last year too. So what's interesting to me to the timing of these particular events because who would have thought a century after the jingle dress we'd have another global pandemic and just at the time we were remembering that history so strongly that we would have a similar kind of episode in the midst of our country and any in our communities so the timing of. This is all very interesting to

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Boeing net orders slump to lowest in decades

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Boeing net orders slump to lowest in decades

"We're talking with ABC news correspondent Alex stone and Alex a landmark and not one that the Boeing sales department ever wanted to make no these numbers today it doesn't look like Boeing is had numbers like this in about thirty years or so but they are posting negative numbers when it comes to airplane orders at least in their commercial airplane that units did this new data and it's pretty incredible when you look over the numbers of Boeing is it negative eighty seven orders in twenty nineteen that means they had orders quite often they celebrated those orders when airline places big order they make a big deal out of it that they're they're going to be giving them Boeing aircraft but an airline can back out of that until they get delivery on that aircraft and that they had that happen now with everything going on and you look at the numbers compared airbox Airbus delivered eight hundred sixty three planes last year Boeing delivered three hundred eighty then the argument is definitely there that Airbus is the dominant player now when it comes to manufacturing commercial airplanes that they are way beyond what Boeing is doing they've always been neck and neck they've always been fighting with each other try to one up the other one well in this moment airbox is capitalized on it they've got a lot more orders they have hundreds of orders going in that two twenty nineteen in Boeing obviously here is negative they've got more back order numbers that they have to fulfill their bus their numbers are just much stronger do we know Alex what types of aircraft in other words were these all or mostly or partly seven thirty seven Max's and also how far along some of these are is bowing sitting on some half build airplanes that have had contracts cancel well no they'll be able to because even if they have it was going to go to a specific airline they can then guesstimate for another airline that did they do have waiting for that same aircraft the delivery numbers are way down because of the Max than they expected all of those planes that they've been making it to a day for the last year until now they're shutting down the line they were going to be delivering those well they weren't able to deliver them and that his have brought their number is way down so that's the biggest reason they're on the orders the Max does play a role in it hard to sell the Max if it is a grounded airplane and not seen is safe to fly right now but there's some other other aircraft also had issues I mean they had cancellations on Dreamliners it came in they've got issues they've got to deal with across the board well that's something that you just said that I didn't really realize and maybe a lot of people don't and it's in that the on the seven thirty seven Max they didn't just ground the ones that were in service they were continuing to build them you said of the club two a day so there's four or five hundred more Max's that I've never flown other than possibly test miles that are on the ground we along with the ones that were in service that are in part they have not been able to fix them so they have been producing them with the old M. cast software on there with the potentially the same problems they will have to update those just like they're gonna have to update those that are parked around the world that already belonged airlines there you have to do all that work once the FAA gives a thumbs up well the new C. E. O. Boeing has his work cut out for Malek stone ABC news thank you so much

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Boeing net orders slump to lowest in decades

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Boeing net orders slump to lowest in decades

"We're talking with ABC news correspondent Alex stone and Alex a landmark and not one that the Boeing sales department ever wanted to make no these numbers today it doesn't look like Boeing is had numbers like this in about thirty years or so but they are posting negative numbers when it comes to airplane orders at least in their commercial airplane that units did this new data and it's pretty incredible when you look over the numbers of Boeing is it negative eighty seven orders in twenty nineteen that means they had orders quite often they celebrated those orders when airline places big order they make a big deal out of it that they're they're going to be giving them Boeing aircraft but an airline can back out of that until they get delivery on that aircraft and that they had that happen now with everything going on and you look at the numbers compared airbox Airbus delivered eight hundred sixty three planes last year Boeing delivered three hundred eighty then the argument is definitely there that Airbus is the dominant player now when it comes to manufacturing commercial airplanes that they are way beyond what Boeing is doing they've always been neck and neck they've always been fighting with each other try to one up the other one well in this moment airbox is capitalized on it they've got a lot more orders they have hundreds of orders going in that two twenty nineteen in Boeing obviously here is negative they've got more back order numbers that they have to fulfill their bus their numbers are just much stronger do we know Alex what types of aircraft in other words were these all or mostly or partly seven thirty seven Max's and also how far along some of these are is bowing sitting on some half build airplanes that have had contracts cancel well no they'll be able to because even if they have it was going to go to a specific airline they can then guesstimate for another airline that did they do have waiting for that same aircraft the delivery numbers are way down because of the Max than they expected all of those planes that they've been making it to a day for the last year until now they're shutting down the line they were going to be delivering those well they weren't able to deliver them and that his have brought their number is way down so that's the biggest reason they're on the orders the Max does play a role in it hard to sell the Max if it is a grounded airplane and not seen is safe to fly right now but there's some other other aircraft also had issues I mean they had cancellations on Dreamliners it came in they've got issues they've got to deal with across the board well that's something that you just said that I didn't really realize and maybe a lot of people don't and it's in that the on the seven thirty seven Max they didn't just ground the ones that were in service they were continuing to build them you said of the club two a day so there's four or five hundred more Max's that I've never flown other than possibly test miles that are on the ground we along with the ones that were in service that are in part they have not been able to fix them so they have been producing them with the old M. cast software on there with the potentially the same problems they will have to update those just like they're gonna have to update those that are parked around the world that already belonged airlines there you have to do all that work once the FAA gives a thumbs up well the new C. E. O. Boeing has his work cut out for Malek stone ABC news thank you so much

James Bond is back with the first 'No Time to Die' trailer

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

James Bond is back with the first 'No Time to Die' trailer

"Since the beginning of the end for Daniel Craig's James Bond Street was up for the upcoming James Bond movie well done come on to bond to a total of two yes no time to die is Daniel Craig's fifth and supposedly final turn as the British spy and in the trailer we get a first look at rami Malek is the villain licensed no kind of dies out April

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No Time To Die: First trailer for new James Bond film debuts

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

No Time To Die: First trailer for new James Bond film debuts

"He's back and ready for business Paul James the first full trailer for no time to die the twenty fifth James Bond movie was posted today and Daniel Craig is back as bond in his final outing as the British is by the film also starring Oscar winner rami Malek is due out April

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No Time To Die trailer puts James Bond back in action

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

No Time To Die trailer puts James Bond back in action

"Know time to die the official trailer drop this morning and it looks good the world is arming foster the we can respond west of the seven I need a favor the only one I trust in this this is the twenty fifth bond film and it brings bond out of retirement for one last mission with rami Malek is one of the

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"malek" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"malek" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Download podcasts usually up there by a Sunday morning Malek and I heard is yours that out of the hundreds of thousands of the cure rate dark secret places consistently in the top hundred trying to cheer for until eleven o'clock stay tuned here to KFI with changing weather from wacky weather up north if you try to get out of LA and you think I five or the four teens way to do it that you definitely want to stay tuned it was snowing when I came in I'm today and the catering is club is our annual pasta times next Friday the six that crystal cathedral so stay tuned to KFI if you only get be partly Darcy her place team I'm trying to get together a contribution that we can do as as a team as being dark dark secret place and give it to Catarinense club for the show and and presented to Bruno chef Bruno as a personal show of generosity by the the unmatched dark secret place audience I'm all right SO two cases of of unrest I'm of the next break I'll tell you about the the Iranians desperation mom looking for shiny objects to distractor people as their economy is circling the toilet in Iraq however a different thing is going on the guardian newspaper today theorize that Iraq is going to come apart by tribal lines I am the V. S. Sony tribes verses the she and and all this is a something that happens every couple years ever ever since our cow he blew up a as she a mosque back in two thousand eight in the country split up into sectarian civil war and then ISIS came along and unify the country will rock is now in the aftermath of a victorious war against ISIS but one thing that hasn't changed since Saddam's time and I don't know maybe since Nebuchadnezzar's time but definitely since the adventuring since two thousand four two thousand five when I saw it is corruption corruption is endemic in Iraq and doesn't help when the United States just throws tons and tons of money at the Iraqi government and all we want out of it is a appearance of of progress and this is come to a point now where a lot of young people in Iraq have had it up to here with the endemic inefficiency of the government that money that's coming in is not getting to them and and a rock you need to know that in Saddam's time the one thing that he did not do was raise the price of cooking oil drain fuel you know and all this he made sure the people got just enough to be happy an the other problem now is that there's so many people waiting their beaks that the Iraqi government is of the democratically elected government is now all skimming so much off the top that people who are used to getting a allotment a weekly allotment of cooking oil and flour and all this and then many cases young men who run that Erin for their mothers by young men I mean guys like twenty five twenty six twenty seven because they they generally live at home and save up money they can afford a big gallery and and hopefully Mary up there's a national ID called our ID card call agenesis CEO or an old ouija and it's the most sure fire national ID there is because a the ministry of agriculture ministry of energy they they will check your idea on a roll with that ID you get subsidized gas you get subsidized cooking oil subsidize natural gas and propane all the stuff and slowly it's gone up and V. are the young Iraqi people are blaming a run for this and so they burnt down the Iranian consulate in NASA ria not the embassy in Baghdad but the consulate and I'm I've been waiting for the Iranians to Katter wall and complain about how how a diplomatic residences are sacrosanct and they should be protected by the indigenous government the whole thing but I think even the Iranians understand the irony of complaining about their their embassy consulate being burned down I'm from Mister Mahdi AS announces right resignation he kind of did that a couple weeks ago but he but this time he sounds more serious for pointing this is saying well that's a dysfunction ing us a failed state as a dysfunction in government I I should point out Mahdi was democratically elected he is a he is a leader of a political party it is a parliamentary system he can resign anytime he wants and they can hold elections that it in fact him respond because here's the deal Iraqi security forces used to live ammo this week and killed according to some estimates over a hundred protesters and they don't they don't shut the internet down like the Iranians do all talk about that coming up your next break but anyway some some people say in this is the end of a rock I I say that this is a necessary period of muscle tearing in order to to build up better more healthy muscle but we'll we'll see our it when we come back a rainy and Ron is melting down and I'll tell you the difference we come back it is the dark secret place Bryant's it's in here until eleven o'clock stay.

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Renée Zellweger, Judy Garland, controlled and created (and fed drugs) by Hollywood's studio system

Fresh Air

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Renée Zellweger, Judy Garland, controlled and created (and fed drugs) by Hollywood's studio system

"AIR the new biopic Judy stars Renee Zellweger as the singer and Hollywood star Judy Garland during the final months of her life Judy Garland was forty seven when she died in London in nineteen sixty nine I film critic Justin Chang has this review Academy Awards voters can rarely resist a celebrity impersonation judging by some of the star turns that have won Oscars in recent years these are just performances their jaw dropping feats of mimicry Gary Oldman is Winston Churchill rami Malek is Freddie Mercury the new film Judy is being sold along similar lines Renee Zellweger is Judy Garland to judge by the breathless hype that has greeted the movie so far the approach seems to be paying off what makes Judy unusually fascinating for an otherwise standard celebrity biopic is that so worker isn't Judy Garland her transformation is impressive but hardly definitive even with the help of a dark wig and skillful makeup and prosthetics she doesn't exactly disappear into the role of the beloved singer and actress who captivated the public in movies like the wizard of oz and meet me in St Louis but even if you don't always believe you're in the presence of garland Zellweger nearly makes up in raw emotional commitment what she lacks in verisimilitude her intensely felt go for broke performance sometimes runs the risk of overwhelming this sturdy screen adaptation of Peter quilters stage play end of the rainbow. Judy begins with one of several flashbacks to the teenage garland on the set of the wizard of oz showing us how the industry created and destroyed her in the same breath her body an image or ruthlessly controlled by the powerful MGM studio head Louis B. Mayer who puts on a strict diet and gives her barbiturates amphetamines setting in motion the substance abuse problem that she will struggle with for the rest of her life but most of the movie is set in nineteen sixty nine long after her Hollywood heyday and mere months before her death at the age of forty seven Judy is now broke and virtually homeless dragging herself from one crummy Ellie club performance to another we meet her eldest child Liza Minnelli at a house party and also Judy's third husband Sydney loft who takes custody of their two young children well she reluctantly books a gig at the talk of the town night club in London although she's devastated at being separated from her kids Judy has little choice but to work overseas were her fans can still be counted on to turn out in full force. in London Judy's depression and insomnia quickly take over she pops pills skips rehearsals and nearly misses opening night but when she stumbles into the spotlight and starts crooning by myself and the trolley song her confidence come surging back and she enjoys having an appreciative crowd again. one night after a show Judy feeling lonely the friends an adoring couples Stan and Dan and joins them for a late dinner at their apartment in a touching scene damn played by Andy Nyman reminds Judy how much she means to her many gay fans sweet this you can't seem. sometimes I spy to get out there.

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Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx Says She Will Cooperate With Special Prosecutor In Jussie Smollett Case

WBBM Programming

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx Says She Will Cooperate With Special Prosecutor In Jussie Smollett Case

"Cook county state's attorney Kimberly fox says she's confident even as a special prosecutor looks into our offices decision to drop charges against actor jussie Smollett one of the issues in the justice Malek case is that a friend of the empire TV show actors family called state's attorney Kim box but box says there was no conflict in her taking that call because she often talks to victims' families what's really vitally important and that in the reporting of this story is that at the point where I had that conversation. this person was considered a victim at the police superintendent referred to him as a victim in fact the day that I had the conversation was on television referring to this person as a victim small letters accused of breaking a supposed hate fueled attack on him boxes office decided to drop the charges against him though and she says that is consistent with her emphasis on directing most of their resources to violent

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Special prosecutor appointed to re-investigate Jussie Smollett case

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Special prosecutor appointed to re-investigate Jussie Smollett case

"An Illinois judge name the former US attorney as a special prosecutor to lead an investigation into the authorities handling of the just the small it case in which he reported he been assaulted by two men who shouted derogatory slurs a judge appointed Daniel web to look into the case which stems from the small it's reported as salt in Chicago in January investigators at first attempted to locate the assailants but eventually declared the story was a hoax and prosecutors charge the former empire star with several counts of filing a false police report prosecutors said they believed Malek stage the attack to drum up popularity and sympathy for his career prosecutors dropped the charges in March and evidentiary files were sealed the judge appointed web after thirty other Illinois prosecutors turned down the appointment

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"malek" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"malek" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Malek Lester products less way to Canada to Mexico to China so she's worried too that that means they're going to have to increase in prices on her products at the grocery stores which would likely result in few people buying those products the governor Davis hoping to sway the president I'm likely yeah I mean this this is piling on really for it for our state farmers this is I think the fourth largest export market is China they're canceling AG orders as we speak there are instituting terrace as you talked about and the president seems confident in strategy but as as we've said over and over and I'm the story line and and and I I feel the pain because I know a lot of farmers personally they they are struggling they're already in a bad shape bad states and now it just gets worse and if if there was the term was short term pain well that's short term has become a long term we're talking about a year or more the third there under the stresses and when you throw in weather and all the other challenges and and just didn't the the decreasing number of family farms compared to the big huge farms I think you're gonna have a problem here and for the president's he's double down on this but in Wisconsin a state the president has to win in twenty twenty risky risky business because he was the farmers he could lose the state CNN anchor easy and hot water kind of CNN itself says it supports anchor Chris Cuomo this after he was seen on video threatening pushing men down some stairs during a confrontation last weekend's because the guy called him freight no let.

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"malek" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"malek" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Malek Lester products less way to Canada to Mexico to China so she's worried too that that means they're going to have to increase in prices on her products at the grocery stores which would likely result in few people by eighteen those products so governor reverse hoping to sway the president I'm likely yeah I'm is this is piling on really for it for our state farmers this is I think the fourth largest export market is China and they're canceling AG orders as we speak there are instituting terrace as you talked about and the president seems confident in the strategy but as as we've said over and over I I'm the story line and and and I I feel the pain because I know a lot of farmers personally they they are struggling they're already in a bad shape bad states and now it just gets worse and if if there was the term was short term pain well that's short term has become a long term we're talking about a year or more the third there under the stresses and when you throw in weather and all the other challenges of and just the the the decreasing number of family farms compared to the big huge farms I think you're gonna have a problem here and for the president's he's double down on this but in Wisconsin a state the president has to win in twenty twenty risky risky business because he was the farmers he could lose the state CNN anchor easy and hot water kind of CNN itself says it supports acre Chris Cuomo this after he was seen on video threatening to push a man down some stairs during a confrontation last weekend's because the guy called him for radio let.

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"malek" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"malek" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"What movie did rami Malek win Best Actor for in February it's that one as we near my city which eighties movie was the highest grossing film of the decade highest grossing film of the eighties back to the future incorrect good try excellent movie and not just one of one to those are great Michael J. fox and who is the guy you know the great actor who played the town's Kian taxi what was his name Iggy I think it was the full Burt Lancaster anyway good try Jackie very good thank you got to write which is one better than a laser contest with making progress it needs so be listening tomorrow morning during the eight o'clock out for your shot to win a grand we're gonna start with that question the one the last person got wrong visit W. ABC radio dot com for contest rules and to learn how to play so yes that was that's encouraging what did they tell you that program was a hard one I could tell you that you did you did you did was eat T. which I happen to love what is a million movies I looked in the eighties I would never think of the tea party big director okay is somebody big eighties movies so I know that was the answer that was that but we'll start with that tomorrow and so we'll see how you do yeah very exciting may I want somebody to win once a little and it really the questions that they're not that they're a couple you might that that that may be insurmountable to most people I don't know a couple but for the most part the questions are easy given the problem is you don't get credit for getting seven out of ten and numbers seven eight nobody's going to get these nobody unless again your the guy from jeopardy well we work with the delta or this is what this is when they'll get them when we get to that question it's a role and we get get it wrong right repeated the next day that's when it all happened so it's inevitable it's just a matter of time if you got a way to we could get number yes how quick is this going to happen I think was season boy I don't know so listen yesterday in the in your home borough Sydney this a creep education commissioner we have this KKK Carranza it KKK Carranza to convene a meeting at Richard is it any what it is Dick I like yeah this deck he actually convenient meeting about not allowing Asians into how this too many Asians the high schools they pass the elite test and there's too many of them that we got we got a change that we're gonna change the test and the the minister number of Asian so he has a a meeting there yesterday attended by our friend assemblywoman Nicole Millia Takis she was there but there were no Asians in the meeting there were no Asian the old representatives from Asian groups so outside he tries to leave there at this I is thirty one in bay ridge and they tried to leave he's got a a a a a chauffeur driven car pay but for for by you and me anyway the Asians of people protesting surrounded the car and what a little move and this screaming for I love it and I only wish that they had done a flip the car over would have been nice would be great he you know he's not even subtle no he's not so I mean you want to talk about old institutionalized racism and a and a racist a political official this is the guy exactly he he's just as blatant about it and gets away with it in this city not in bay ridge maybe not in bay ridge hopefully none and the call I hope she gave an earful yesterday when when she was there during the meeting this guy might as well have been wearing what will you know one of those white white hats yeah what does white the KKK has the son of a **** but there you have it and and mirrored the blast your came out that a Quinnipiac poll he's the least favorite politician in this in the state that was obvious so you would think of president trump could have been up there because it's New York state now only because bi partisan they hate the Bastille yeah trump the Republican still love him so he can put it like spell it and his is probably going to be a of a deposit on hat with Hannity tonight but this poll is problematic for him in making the next debate him and Kirsten Gillibrand they pull less than one percent in this latest the Quinnipiac poll that they're gonna count towards whether or not you make the next debate.

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 Rocket-armed Cardinals closer Hicks has torn elbow ligament

Total Information PM

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Rocket-armed Cardinals closer Hicks has torn elbow ligament

"The news thirst last hour jordan hicks has been diagnosed with a u._c._l._a. tear in his right arm not curious what u._c._l._a. is that usually what results in a tommy john surgery for a pitcher hicks left the game on saturday in the ninth inning with one out to go after the second out yati saw something and immediately called the trainers to the mound mike shelter after the game on saturday said things were all positive john mosaic lock here on cable malek's on sunday morning had this to say about hicks hope so you know you never wanna speak an absolute here but did have agreed conversation with our trainer this morning as well and he's pretty optimistic is this should be too conservative well team to them today and it came back with that u._c._l._a. tear and the team said that they are now awaiting the next step for

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Jussie Smollett ordered to pay city of Chicago $130,000

John and Ken

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Jussie Smollett ordered to pay city of Chicago $130,000

"Chicago's legal department is going after empire actor jussie smollet for the cost to investigate a hate crime. Police say was staged a city official says Millette owes one hundred thirty thousand dollars mayor Ronni manuals has Malek should pay given that he doesn't feel any sense of contrition, and remorse might recommendations. When he writes the check in the memel section. He can put the word. I'm accountable for the hoax, smell let was facing sixteen felonies until prosecutors announced this week that all of the charges had been dropped. Some let's lawyers say the mayor and the police chief in Chicago are the ones who Millette in apology for dragging an innocent, man. Character through the

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Donald Trump, Prosecutor And Jussie Smollet discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

03:57 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump, Prosecutor And Jussie Smollet discussed on Sean Hannity

"But there's an update on the on the smelly case, and we'll get into that. In just a second. It turns out the city of Chicago is not just going to roll over. And I called for the the FBI or the DOJ or the president to call for some sort of oversight or review of what happened in that case. The idea that you could brush something under the rug allow the guy that makes them ridiculous remark about how how he's consistent and historian. He's been saying the same thing in his he's his mother's son. And he could never do something. Like, this is ridiculous. I guess more information came out yesterday that the brothers and Jerry and brothers. They actually admitted to putting the bleach inside of the was a some kind of Tabasco sauce bottle or something some kind of a steak sauce bottle something like that. But they admitted to doing that. And and putting the bleach on them, which I again, I'm not even sure they used to bleach, but the whole thing from start to finish we were skeptical about and the evidence proves even the district attorney or the prosecutor who recused herself who made the deal for smollet, even she said, oh, yes, we probably could have found him guilty. So talking about FOX this. Yeah. Right. Because right now on Fox News. They're also saying that she never formally accused herself. But she said she did. Right. But she didn't do it forms. So not so not like through the paperwork. It didn't actually recuse yourself. The public. She was going to. But didn't right at least? That's what Fox News just I just saw right now on the screen there you go. Yeah. We're finding more it looks. He should be out of a job. She should be forced to resign. Everybody who screwed this thing up should be forced to resign. And the the the deal that was made should be rescinded this guy should be tried. I gotta tell you, man. This is surprising coming from me. But I am super proud of Rahm Emanuel. And the superintendent is his name Johnson. I think it is. And the superintendent in Chicago who are saying, no, this is an okay. No. We don't accept it. No, this should not have happened this way, and this prosecutor should be clearly she should be out of a job. Trump calls Malek case embarrassment announces review is the headline from Reuters. And again, thank goodness. Absolutely. Should be asking for a review US president. Donald Trump said on Thursday today that the department of Justice will review the case of actor jussie smollet who is charged with staging a fake hate crime in Chicago before prosecutors abruptly dropped the case this week. Trump road early morning Twitter message announcing the review that the case had embarrassed the nation some light who was black and gays too. Many tact him on the street at night in January making homophobic and racist. Remarks porn chemical on them and putting a noose around his neck while shouting support for Trump. Investigators later charts Villette was paying thirty five hundred dollars to the two men to pretend to attack him in order to garner public sympathy for himself. Prosecutors dropped the charges Tuesday saying they stood by the accusation. But that an agreement by smollet to forfeit his ten thousand dollar bond was a just outcome. Slat? Thirty thirty-six says he's innocent did not stage the attack Tina Glenn one of the defense. Lawyers told NBC news on Thursday today that she was not concerned by the review to my knowledge nothing. Improper was done. She said in the interview, she acknowledges Millette was friendly with the man he accused of attacking him brothers and Bola and Joe I don't know how to say. And and that they'd spoken on the phone to one of them or he had who'd been working on his fifth. Fitness trainer about an hour before the incident. Quote, he had a hard time believing his friend would be behind this. She said asked about smell it smell at telling police is actually selling saying smoke smell it by accident now polar bear, maybe I should stop seeing smell IX calling them that. I guess. I guess asked about smollet telling polices attackers appear to be white Lindy. And speculated that the brothers who are black may have worn white face

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Jussie Smollett's attorney calls 16-count indictment 'vindictive' and 'prosecutorial overkill'

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Jussie Smollett's attorney calls 16-count indictment 'vindictive' and 'prosecutorial overkill'

"A sixteen count indictment. That's what empire actor jussie smollet now faces after being charged with disorderly conduct for making a false report of an attack on him in Chicago, WB, MTV's, Tara Molina's says his team is talking Malek's defense team giving us this statement calling it a quote prosecutorial overkill and that the indictment is nothing more than a desperate attempt to make headlines to distract from the shameless and a legal invasion of

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Actor Jussie Smollett indicted on 16 felony counts over alleged false report of attack

WBT Programming

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Actor Jussie Smollett indicted on 16 felony counts over alleged false report of attack

"A Cook County grand jury in Chicago has indicted actor jussie smollet charging him with sixteen felony counts. From what police say was a head gate cried that he staged to bolster his career many of the charges stemmed from his alleged lying the police. But so let's Malek's attorney Mark Geragos is firing back here showing a statement reading in part, quote, this redundant and vindictive indictment is nothing more than a desperate attempt to make headlines Jesse adamantly maintained his innocence. Even if law enforcement has robbed him of that presumption reported to carry Turner, FOX thirty two which icago reports Millette is due in court next week to answer the

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"malek" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"malek" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The Justice Malek with felony disorderly conduct for reporting falsely, they allege that he was attacked by two men last month. This case has captured the attention of the nation because of the nature of this attack announced the police, they're saying jussie smollet is no victim began a little more than three weeks ago after the empire actor claim to men attacked him while shouting racist and homophobic, slurs ABC's will Jones in Chicago if tried and convicted smell it could get up to three years in prison court appearance in Washington in the morning for Coast Guard, Lieutenant Christopher Paul Hassen. He's facing terrorism related charges. Investigators say he drafted an Email discussing biological attacks. Put together a list of prominent Democrats in media figures hasn't who works at coast guard headquarters here in DC was also allegedly googling information about the most liberal senators and asking ominous questions where do most senators live in DC do senators have secret service protection ABC's Pierre Thomas in Washington. President Trump continuing to push back hard against New York Times reporting he asked then acting attorney general Matt Whitaker to replace the prosecutor investigating Michael Cohen calls. It's fake news. This certainly seems like something President Donald Trump would do and probably did do does it rise to the level of obstruction of Justice comes down to the question of how much power does one think that the president has to do whatever he wants ABC news legal analyst Dan Abrahams after West Virginia. Lawmakers didn't revive an education Bill opposed by teachers the teachers called an end to their two day strike back to school in the morning in West Virginia, California. The Oakland unified school district says his schools will remain open despite a strike by three thousand teachers beginning on Thursday. At least seventy people did after fire tore through a bizarre.

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"malek" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"malek" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Top and bottom of the hour, mornings and afternoons. Malek's? And we returned to the final portion of this remarkable story of the Bryan family, George Brian is retired. From Sara Lee when the company tries to shut down the processing plant is family built in their hometown of West Point Mississippi. What they were going to do is just close it. And instead at some liquidator. And I call the then chairman of Sara Lee. I told her I said will attain buying it. But we gotta have the brand we came by the plant with no brand. And then how are we going to pay the severance if the plan has to close if it starts losing a lot of money because the market changes on us. Hog market goes way up. Go through cycles. And and if we didn't have a brand to protect the steering that if everything we've so was a commodity. We can get through it. And I told him that and fairly we met with them. They wouldn't consider the brand they just wouldn't consider. They wouldn't pay the severance if we had to close it. So it was just too much risk and it hurt bad. But we just had to back off. All these friends that have been I said, we just can't do it as much as I want to do it. I don't want to do something stupid. And if we didn't have to close in two years that's worse than. And they don't have severance because we can't pay it. The employee has got nothing at least they got some severance. They got some unemployment whatever they get. It wasn't enough blaming wanna know, but what they had done. You know to to grow the business and help..

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"malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"A lot of actors who are of Arab descent or from predominantly Muslim countries. One of their predicaments is in this was maybe a specially true if you years ago that the role that they were likely to be cast in was terrorists terrorists number one terrorist three in you. You had your shot as a terrorist on twenty four. We're you conflicted about taking the part. Very conflicted. Yeah. And to the point where I made a very resolved moved to not do those roles any longer. One I didn't want. I didn't want to be that the reflection of of my work or or the reflection of the community as a whole, and I also didn't want to live with that in in my head space, and and in my soul. I mean, you invest so much into this. And I just don't wanna call through any more time trying to put myself in any of that space or try to rationalize NFL it because I don't think it is rational in any any way, shape or form Rami Malik. It's really been so great to talk with you. Thank you so much. Thank you for your performance. It's been an absolute pleasure. I don't usually share this much myself. But I figured what what better place to do it then on NPR with you, Terry. Thank you very much. Rami Malek stars in the film bohemian rhapsody. As Freddie Mercury. He also stars in the USA network series mister robot. Our interview was recorded in over and that concludes our holiday series, featuring some favorite interviews of the year tomorrow, we return to new interviews. My guest will be the author of the new book punishment without crime. However, massive misdemeanor system traps. The innocent and makes merica more unequal Alexandra Nadda poff rights that our system for dealing with petty offenses disproportionately punishes the poor and working class. Now to pop is a former assistant federal public defender, and is now a law professor at the university of California Berkeley, a hoop will join us. But. Every day. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our Teco director is Audrey Bentham. Our associate producer for digital media is Molly seavy nesper. Roberta shorrock directs the show. I'm Terry gross. All of us at fresh air review. A heavy media.

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"malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And now president CC runs the country. I have so much family there, and it it's quite sad. I keep up with everything that's happening with them. And and you know, these shootings these bombings these attacks it, it's difficult for a family that has. As as a history of going to church on Sunday, and seeking refuge and shelter. And. Praying for their families and for their future, and seeking that type of solace in a place that at any moment might be bombed or someone might come in. And. Come in. And and. To be quite brutally honest gun. Everyone down is is something that is a reality that they live with and quite a incredibly sad thing to think that they have to endure on the Sunday's that they used to cherish so very much and the shocking thing too is that some Americans have lived through that or been killed by such acts in the very recent past. Yeah, I mean it destroys me when any any act of violence is taken. And this one is something that is very close to me. I'm I'm very I alerted in a in a with a relationship that is so immediate that it makes my heart starts to pound right now thinking about it one of the predicament. Is that a lot of actors who are of Arab descent or from predominantly Muslim countries. One of their predicaments is in this was maybe especially true, if you years ago that the role that they were likely to be cast in was terrorists terrorists number one terrorist free in you, you had your shot as a terrorist on twenty four were you conflicted about taking the part? Very conflicted. Yeah. And to the point where I made a very resolved moved to not do those roles any longer one. I didn't want. I didn't want to be that the reflection of of my work or or the reflection of the community as a whole, and I also didn't wanna live with that in in my head space, and and in my soul. I mean, you invest so much into this. And I just don't wanna go through any more time trying to put myself in any of that space or try to rationalize any of it. Because I don't think it is a rational in any any way, shape or form Rami Malik. It's really been so great to talk with you. Thank you so much. Thank you for your performances. It's been an absolute pleasure. I don't use. Share this much myself. But I figured what what better place to do it then on NPR with you, Terry. Thank you very much Rummy Malek stars in the new film bohemian rhapsody as Freddie Mercury. He also stars in the USA network series mister robot the fourth and final season is scheduled for next year tomorrow on fresh air for thanksgiving. We have a performance by and conversation with songwriter and singer Robbie folks and singer and pianist, Linda Gail Lewis, Jerry Lee Lewis is younger sister. They have a new album called wild wild wild. A hope you'll join us. Harry. Just branding. Jamie. This. No, no. Jesus is. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. I after an engineer as Bentham our associate producer for digital media is Molly seavy nesper. Roberta shorrock directs the show. I'm terry. Gross. We always you a happy thanksgiving for those of you who will be working, thanks for keeping things going while the rest of us take. Rather? John rain. Jay. Less.

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"malek" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"malek" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"All right. So let's rap city. I love the part where he says the, you know, getting the people involved and thinking that's just like speakers who are interactive. So that was Queen right and their music, definitely transcended generations. After generations. You still hear Queen on the radio airwaves. So Freddie, Mercury and the rest of the ban all part of this, and they were formed in nineteen seventy wildlife style spiraled out of control, and how do they stay together? And that's all part of what you'll see in this movie. I don't want to give away too much because some of you have already sent me notes that you want to go in. See it. I just know that portraying band has to be tough when you're an actor and learning the lyrics and everything else you'd have to do to be, Freddie. Mercury would be pretty interesting and the guy who who who is. Starring as him as Rami Malik is how you say his last name. But this guy is so Malek Rami Malek. He is such a talented actor, and he really looks like he pulls it off to me. Really really does. All right. So we move from that. But he me and rap city, which is a long movie, by the way to the nutcracker, the nutcracker for me was one of the first things my mother ever took me to and just kind of weird personal. No, I thought about this today when my mother died of cancer a few years ago, and I of course, share that on the air and one of the things. She talked about remember when we went to see the nutcracker. So I will definitely go and see the nutcracker. Check it out. Christmas clara. Gift this year. Be something. You'll never forget. Most people don't realize there are troubled realms within our work. Chris. Clara. During the full realms Princess Clara. Spending too much time. Welcome to. Snap flowers. The NAFTA suites. Spaghetti? Potentia started this country. Now, it's dangerous. Hoop. You'll be the one to finish it. Physics always works. Folks. One. I've been expecting you. Time. There.

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"malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"That's good in that, you know, getting a wide audience to look at this film about a gay hero. And on the other hand, it's bad because it's not in any way, challenging them or in any way, confronting them with any sort of, you know, rough corners rough edges, but you know, I think I think this would be a decent size slash big hits. It could fill the credit showman gap in people's lives. I think just because of the effectiveness of this live bits the music itself. Run Rami Malek, I think as going to carry it to that sort of audience. But but yeah, whether it does Justice to Queen story. That's that's a whole other discussion. I think there I'm Terry the other day she says the BBC four documentary on Freddie, Mercury. It's still the one to go four. If you want to know more about him as a person. But yeah, we give it three stars three stars. Which was always say on the podcast is a Queen Dacian. We don't see a requiem. No just recommendation three stars in for Bahamian rhapsody and move onto the darn toilet debut on the big screen at least of Garth Maranghi himself, Matthew Holness, and if you haven't seen dark place, I strongly urge you to do so is one of the greatest. Yes. Six episodes half hour comedies producing the last twenty five years in this country. It is absolutely sublime seek it out Garth Moore dark place. I won't say anything else. Just see laugh channel. Chunnel full YouTube. I don't all the. Some clips from a now he's being tweeted them going the wrong aspect ratio. They've corrected it, and he's very happy. So amazing. Yeah. We didn't have room in this week on the podcast from the homeless. I'm hoping that we can find time down the the next few weeks to get him in. Because he's a fascinating guy. Really smart really knows is onions. But this is possum is debut and resign mentioned Garth megastar places because I think you might watch that and think, oh, this is going to be a chuckle fest is going to be a tongue in cheek Roenick heart and ain't no John Nugent to know. It's knows no. It's really dog place. You might say to genuine dog place. Yeah. It's it's it's interesting, isn't it? I remember an example of somebody who's parody genre to make serious entry in that show. And it's I think it's really impressive. It's it's a very foam is nothing funny about two very unsettling extensively. I guess the plot is you Seth in this very English little town, and we have on the news sort of in the background a fourteen year old boy has gone missing. And it's sort of unclear what happened to so we follow this, man. Philip played by Sean Harris who in in across the film. It's not quite clear. What's happened to this missing? Boy, I'm where the Philip is involved in some way shot in a very sort of unconventional way. The editing is quite sort of like, it's never quite clear. What's real? And what's notes possum of the Thais? Oh, is this gruesome spiderlike puppets that he keeps in a bag in the bag? But also, maybe not puppet, maybe it said alive. Who knows? So it's I thought was really impressive. It's someone like, Sean Harris Iowa. So he was he looked out to place in a big Hollywood blockbuster. He looks completely in places perfect film. He's got he's got great face for horror. He's sort of mixture of vulnerable kind of creepy and. Particularly. E come back of the throat cut up a little bit high pitched and. I really works and giving you that sense of unease, and if the whole film, there's no real sense of breaking out from that. You'll once you're in you're in you didn't always going to go you've pretty beautiful poetry that goes through as well. It takes you a long, especially with the music as well phonic workshop first feature film. They votes on. They've been going since nineteen fifties..

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"malek" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"malek" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Malek's news I'm, Alex bregman it's the. First case of its kind and lawyers. And Saint Louis are watching what's, happening in San. Francisco former groundskeeper suing Monsanto claiming the weed killer roundup gave him. Terminal cancer on CBS this morning CBS news legal analyst Rikki. Cleveland says the case is significant you have cases. In San Francisco a massive them you have another massive them in Saint Louis where Monsanto is located those cases are. Starting to go with those cases in October so. This litigation that's going to. Continue to continue but this one is the bellwether Monsanto says it has, sympathy for Johnson and his family and anyone. Else with cancer but it claims forty years, of. Scientific data shows roundup does not cause. Cancer a woman was shot at the Georgetown apartments in Shrewsbury late Tuesday morning police searched yet saying much about what happened Neighbors are trying to figure. It out around eleven fifteen police swarmed the area in the seventy eight hundred block of chadwell drive off Station Road. This woman lives a few doors down from the shooting talk to the person's. Mother and she said that it was her daughter that got shot and, she shot in the arm but she's okay Who shot her we have no clue. Truth very police releasing a statement that says the woman will survive and that she apparently was shot by accident inside her apartment, the statement does not say who was holding the gun. Or what was happening when the gun fired a spokesman for Shrewsbury police was said to be in a training session all day and not available for, comment Kevin was radio every twenty k. moss. US Senator. Claire mccaskill wants to enshrine into federal law recommendations to improve duck boats safety such as getting rid of canopies that can trap passengers if the sink mccaskill made the. Announcement during a Senate floor speech saying she was drafting, legislation following of seventeen people. On table rock lake last week mostly sunny Wednesday with a high near ninety I'm Alex bregman, came awakes news.

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"malek" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"malek" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Malek's news i'm alex bregman one person is dead and two others injured following a hit and run in south city friday afternoon police say it happened around two thirty near compton and merrimack dutch town a driver of one of the vehicles was killed in the other driver took off to other people were taken to the hospital in critical condition no new charges for former governor eric writings jackson county special prosecutor jean peters baker made the announcement that the evidence wasn't there to refile the invasion of privacy case in my interview with this victim she made clear she did not wish to go it alone without other evidence to support her accounting she just didn't want to go it alone in the words of this victim quote my heart just can't bear it baker says they reviewed one of eric writings phones with thirty one thousand viewer files on it but couldn't find evidence to support the claim that greitens took a semi nude picture of the woman without her permission his i don't need a reason to thank a cop to were brought ten year old tyler character saint louis on friday the florida boy has spent his free time over the past two years bringing smiles to the basis of officers and learning about what they do saint louis police lieutenant lee tricia allen says tyler's gesture mental only that we enjoy donnas but just the human side of someone coming up and telling us thank you for your service and we appreciate you let should say tyler's gesture not only did he feed the human officers but that got to feed a donut to mounted patrol horse vader met the police department staples in forest park the cable executive forecast overnight warm and humid a shower thunderstorm crossing parts of the listening area with a low around seventy four saturday looks hot and muggy times of clouds and sunshine or thunderstorm in spots with a high around ninety i'm alex bregman kmox news.

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"malek" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"malek" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Malek's news i'm alex bregman missouri governor eric writing says allegations of violence or sexual assault related to an extramarital affair he had are false despite testimony by the woman that he was physically aggressive during an unwanted sexual encounter in a statement late wednesday greitens repeated that the affair was consensual house investigatory report released includes testimony from the woman who said grind slapped grabbed and shoved her during a two thousand fifteen affair before his election meantime there are growing prominent calls for the governor to step down immediately one of them comes from the opposition party us senator claire mccaskill issuing a statement that says she has read the official report from the republican led missouri house investigation including the sworn testimony she says it is clearly time to put the interests of the people of missouri i the governor should resign and this one is coming from his own party it comes from attorney general josh holly who issued a statement saying that the house investigative committee's report contains shocking substantial and corroborated evidence of wrongdoing by governor greitens hawley goes on to say the conduct the report details is certainly impeachable in my judgment and the house is well within its rights to proceed on that front but the people of missouri should not be put through that ordeal governor greitens should resign immediately let's came away 'cause michael calhoun jefferson city also calling on guidance to step aside former lieutenant governor peter kinder who says in part quote all the hard won gains we conservatives have achieved in missouri since reagan's first election in nineteen eighty are now at risk a motorcyclist is denser being hit by an suv on lebron ferry road in south saint louis county police say the motorcyclist was headed south on may vary around four wednesday afternoon when an suv allegedly tried to turn into traffic in front of him the sp continued after the.

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"malek" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"malek" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"malek" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"malek" Discussed on WEEI

"Of the better paces that we've had since i've been in auburn and we've had some really good teams continue to the program collar huge i now to recruit against you know and you know it's big is not this big now is big for the future and you know you can see kano we rat now ming were for starting to get depth were starting to to have quality depth and talent and you know we got a real chance for a long time for the ron knocked him out via two years your fiveyear she rambeau this six championship foreigners this programme setting for you going for not just this season but too i think i just kind of shattered i mean this is uh you know 2013 was obviously a huge win for our program where we rat and all that but this different this is different world a more stable right now and uh you know like were rat malek our staff alike are players um you know have most for gas back next year in auburn gets the victory alabama balls but the first time this season but even with the loss there he coach the exhibit feels his team has done enough to be one of the final four teams in i'm still very proud of what this team has been able to accomplish this year on winning eleven games on will take we played our best game today but you've got to give all the credit to all they played very well on this team has overcome a lot of adversity this year um and i'm very pleased and proud of the way they performed all year long you know i i think this team deserves the opportunity to get in the play off by what they've been able to accomplish in what they've been able to do certainly not maybe in this game but i think the team we play the nights very good football team and probably one of the best teams in the country um they won eleven games not very many teams able to do that and i i really don't know what all the scenarios might be where we would have an opportunity to do it i'd certainly like to see this team get the opportunity to do it and i think they deserve it with number to miami losing friday night against pittsburgh it's the first time the top two.

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"malek" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"malek" Discussed on WDRC

"York higel hi dr i have a question about malek then valley at t i n um they i've been hearing a lot from a certain dr that they're very harmful they're found in practically all vegetables than being than almost and most of the food we eat grains and and everything and um and they said they can calls all kinds of problems such as leaking god and they weaken the blood vessels and meets the heart attack and i'm just wondering what you think i'm sure here's what the sources familiar though tall answer your question but rick whose putting up only if the doctor gun jury dr gun wednesday booth full year retort to go dri look of well he's apparently he was on your website as one of the fifty best integrative dr the that's not my website that's as you know i was included with fifty bust doctors and a half of the blow of the fatigue as doctors had so to the lustrous group is uh you must have sombo joe to get a list of the universe let's all right so it yet look this is this is also a matter of great controversy will first of all let's talk about what our liechtenstein it's spelled l e c t i n s and elect than a type of protein that can bind to cell membranes uh they actually bind to sugar groups uh and they uh influence uh cell to sell communication and they're plentiful especially rawl legumes and grains cooking takes some of that out but not completely sprouting a takes it out uh in sodas bourbantay should uh so you can actually minimized the amount of lactate since by doing that uh although there there are also failed even a dairy products so they are from an illusory stamp were their defense against microorganisms pests insects and.

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"malek" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"malek" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

"S part of the filly podcast festivals saw bones is going to be alive and you can get tickets at bit died lyfordsaw bones philly come out and say hi it should be fun it's the malek near it's an all ages show um no swearing to the best of our ability and a fop house is going to be there to so get tickets to see them and come out and see me anthonywe are and charles of course doing our our live shows at a san eager comecon coming up in just a couple of weeks so if you have questions for my brother my brother michel make sure to send them in a with the subject asked the sisi live show arm and maybe we'll see there's were walking around and staff i wanna thank johnrajic in the long winters for these for theme song it's a departure which is a song off the album putting the days to bed to very very good song very good i'm were very grateful able to use it here on the show i also think maximum fun for having us on the networking gonna maximum fund out organ check out all the great shows there like stop podcasting yourself and lead a lady and at pilot society and one bad mother and all the great shows there we also bunch of other podcasts in video stuff that you can find at mcelroyshowscom that it yeah yeahi think it's gonna do it this finally i who was sent in by so against key ride nizarkinsky from yahoo answers user christian who asks is minecraft based on a true story flavors of vakarai unfair as griffinmcelroy is my brother my brother me his your dad's green on the lips.

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