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Dan Horowitz & Dan Bongino Remember the 2016 Election
"But I don't know if you remember Do you remember election 2016 You me Michelle malkin and others We're in remember we're in the D.C. office on election night Do you remember that Yeah you know like 15 trillion debt ago Sure Exactly And Trump years it is It's like 45 years ago But we were sitting there I don't know if you remember this And I told you before the election remember you and I got in a little bit of like a back and forth And you were like Hillary's gonna win It's over Do you remember me telling you dude Trump has got this And I said to you I ran remember I ran for Congress at cycle and I lost the primary I said I'm knocking on all these doors and I'm telling you there is this quiet Trump vote out there It's everywhere And you were like no way no way Do you remember that moment I just I need some confirmation that this happened I remember it and it was a certain demographic point from the exit polling that was built on the old paradigm the old coalition that that's when it was changing And by the way you know Dan I was just thinking of you recently because the district you ran in and I'm still stuck here in the miserable Maryland the district who ran in it was changed and became now a swing district which is winnable And I was thinking man Dan almost won that thing when it was a solid deepest trick That's right I know I lost my one point It was a D plus 6 And remember no one came within 15 points
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:55 p.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm Josh rower the Dodgers winning streak is over correspondent Mike Reeves has more from St. Louis Milton gorbon and Albert Pujols at solo home runs in the Cardinals 7 to 6 win over the Dodgers ending in Los Angeles 7 game winning streak St. Louis also gets three runs matted in by catcher Andrew kisner I go win against a good team who's hot right now so I mean great team win overall pitch good play good defense Got the timely hits RBIs so overall great win Pretty Freeman goes four for 5 with a home run and two RBIs while Trey Turner adds a two run blast for the Dodgers Mike Reeves St. Louis In a battle of the top two teams in the NL east the braves top the mets four to one Thanks in large part to a two run Homer by Matt Olson in the 6th inning The Yankees got a great start from Garrett Cole but blue a three nothing lead in the 9th losing to the reds four three Cincinnati's Jonathan India drove in a pair to give the reds the lead late Unbelievable win I think it's our best one of the year Shows a lot of fight and who we are What kind of team we are I'm just happy you can do it We did it with this group because it's doesn't stop finding ever And you guys see that So we'll keep going Until the break and we'll go after that Cold struck out 11 over 7 innings but clay Holmes allowed four runs in the 9th to take the loss On the verge of NHL free agencies opening the Pittsburgh penguins have re signed one of the organization's greatest players Center of Guinea malkin has agreed to a four year deal with the only NHL team he's ever played for The deal for the 35 year old is worth $6.1 million per season And Baker Mayfield said that he was quote shocked to learn that he was not in the Cleveland brown's future plans earlier this off season but the 2018 first overall NFL Draft pick has had a few months now to digest the brown's decision to replace him with deshaun Watson and says that he is eager to take advantage of a fresh start with his new team the Carolina Panthers I'm Josh rowntree AP sports
Kreider scores late, Rangers edge Pens 5-3 to force Game 7
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Malkin's tip lifts Penguins past Rangers in 3OTs in Game 1
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Malkin scores in OT, Penguins beat Wild 4-3
"Evgeni Evgeni Malkin's Malkin's overtime overtime goal goal gave gave the the penguins penguins a a four four three three win win over over the the wild wild ending ending Minnesota Minnesota seven seven game game winning winning streak streak Malkin Malkin ended ended at at three three fifty fifty seven seven of of the the extra extra session session after after record record Raquel Raquel delivered delivered two two goals goals J. J. cancel cancel editors editors thirty thirty second second goal goal for for the the penguins penguins who who moved moved back back into into second second place place in in the the metropolitan metropolitan division division and and six six points points behind behind the the hurricanes hurricanes yeah yeah I I was was just just intense intense game game all all around around I I mean mean they're they're a a good good team team there there if if they they are are at at home home I I thought thought we we had had a a complete complete game game as as good good afternoon afternoon we we could could we we could could have have so so just just it's it's nice nice when when they're they're only only done done one one for for a a career career capris capris out out scored scored his his thirty thirty eighth eighth goal goal for for Minnesota Minnesota and and tied tied a a franchise franchise record record for for points points in in a a season season with with eighty eighty three three Matt Matt dumba dumba and and Frederick Frederick Gaudreau Gaudreau also also scored scored for for the the wild wild on on the the ferry ferry
Malkin's hat trick powers Penguins to 11-2 romp over Detroit
"The penguins crush the red wings eleven into as of Kenny Malkin return in style after missing a game with a non coated illness Malkin led the score sheet with a hat trick in four points teddy blue were added a goal and two assists the team as a whole played a pretty good game and yet I think just kind of a little bit of good fortune some bounces going our way Sidney Crosby Ricardo cal and Bryan rust also had a goal and two assists apiece while Kris letang set up three scores the blob puts the pens within three points of Carolina for the metropolitan division lead and keeps them one ahead of the Rangers the hurricanes have two games in hand on Pittsburgh I'm Jane fairy
Malkin, Crosby score in 3rd, Penguins beat Coyotes 4-1
"Sidney Crosby scored two late goals an Afghani Malkin provided the game winner is the penguins down the coyotes four one Malkin snapped a one one deadlock was seven twenty four remaining before Crosby added two goals in the final three thirty seven including an empty netter we probably deserved takes a leader to build on the excellent but I thought that a really good job controlling offenses on time Caspary captain also scored for the pens who out shot the coyotes forty eight twenty one Tristan Jarry picked up his thirty first win in the penguins move within three points of the metropolitan division leading hurricanes Clayton Keller tallied for Arizona to extend his point streak to a team season high eight games I'm Dave very
The Left Employs 'BLM Tactics' to Cancel Putin
"In the wake of Putin's invasion of Ukraine, the left has come up with a take that Vladimir Putin and the fake take that is nothing other than cancel culture. In other words, Putin were going to be canceling you the same way that we cancel conservatives in the United States. This is the you could almost call it the BLM tactics. Now taken to the level of the global stage or to put it differently, the culture war is now overtaken American foreign policy. Revolver news puts it very well. They call it George Floyd ism converted from a domestic cudgel into a foreign policy doctrine. And I must say this is actually a very surreal to watch because there are such close analogies between what the left has been doing to domestic critics. In this country, going after a racist, some people who question the transgender movement and the idea is let's cancel them and cancel them how? Well, number one, let's throw them off social media. And number two, let's try to take away their banking privileges. And then let's put them on a no fly list. In other words, let's try to ruin them from going about their normal life. Remember Michelle malkin came on the podcast talked about how she and her husband, her husband, by the way, it was nothing to do with politics. They're banned from Airbnb. They can't stay at an Airbnb when they travel. So all of this is very petty and very nasty. And yet it might seem like something that is being used at home in America as a kind of inside or internecine political tactic against opponents. So it's a little bit odd to see this now being elevated to the foreign policy front. But exactly the same tactics are being used against Russia.
Malkin has goal, 2 assists as Penguins beat Lightning 5-1
"Evgeni Malkin had a goal and two assists for the penguins in a five one something in the lightning Sidney Crosby Danton Heinen Brock McGinn a J. cancel also scored as Pittsburgh won for the eighth time in its last nine road games Tristan Jarry stopped twenty shots for the pens Andrei vasilevskiy made thirty five saves and peer Edward Bellemare scored for the lightning who had a five game winning streak snapped Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper was given a game misconduct for arguing with officials with fifty three point seven seconds remaining in the second period I'm Dave Ferrie
Crosby's late goal lifts Penguins over Blue Jackets 3-2
"The penguins pulled out a three two win at Columbus on Sidney Crosby's goal with two fourteen remaining Evgeni Malkin added a goal and an assist as Pittsburgh won its second straight since a three game skid Chad Ruhwedel also scored Bryan rust added to assess Casey DeSmith stopped thirty two shots to improve to three and against Columbus first line power play really dangerous offensively I think when we play our best defensively I think that's when you know we're really tough to beat Oliver Bjorkstrand a Jack Russell mix scored for Columbus and Elvis Presley can stopped thirty seven shots as the blue jackets lost her second straight the outcome gives the pencil three point lead over the Rangers for second place in the metropolitan division I'm the ferry
Jarry's 27 saves, Malkin's goal lead Penguins by Rangers 1-0
"Christian Jerry an Afghani Malkin carried the penguins to a one nothing win over the Rangers Jerry bounced back from a tough performance in a loss to New Jersey by picking up his eleventh career shutout and fourth this season the last three games even haven't been my best and has been the team's passes giving out blog quality chances and this being able to not make the saves the timely saves I need to I think just being able to do that I think really help the guy's a great job in front market provided the difference for the power play goal five oh nine into the third period as the pain which ended a three game losing streak the pens moved a point ahead of the Rangers for second place in the metropolitan division four points behind the hurricanes Igor Shuster can handle twenty five shots for the Rangers I'm the ferry
Last-place Devils jump on Penguins early in 6-1 win
"Jesper Bratt Nico he sure and Jack Hughes each had three points as the devils ripped the penguins six one in Pittsburgh bright led the way with two goals and an assist in new Jersey's third win in twelve games he sure had a goal and two assists while you set up three tallies broad scored twice while the Jersey took a three nothing lead just six forty four into the game Nico daws stopped thirty seven shots a blank depends after of getting Malkin beat him in the second period the outcome leaves the pens four points behind Carolina for the metropolitan division lead I'm Dave Ferrie
Dinesh and Michelle Malkin Reflect on His Visit to Oberlin College
"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast a well an old friend of mine. And somebody I admire greatly, Michelle malkin, a nationally syndicated columnist. And Michelle, thanks for coming on, delighted to have you. If there's one word I would use to describe you, it is fearless. You have proven to be someone who will take on tough issues will not back down. It's cost you dearly in some respects. I know that the young America's foundation, for example, you and I were both regular speakers for ya and they sort of pulled a rug out from under you which I think is atrocious. But thanks for coming on Michelle. Let's talk for a moment if we can about how we first met because you were a student. You were dating a young man who invited me to come speak at oberlin college and if I remember you from those days you were actually very quiet and you were a little reserved and so to see you your career blossom over the years and the boldness with which you speak. I mean, it's just been an amazing and a wonderful thing for me to see and talk a little bit about what you remember from your side about the time dinesh first game to speak at oberlin. Well, I'll never forget it. And I think a lot of the career that I've had and certainly the boldness with which I've approached my career is your fault. I was in oberlin college, Berkeley of the Midwest in the late 1980s, early 1990s and you had just come out with your terrific book, illiberal education, which highlighted so much of the liberal orthodoxies and excesses, particularly when it came to multiculturalism and separate dorms and all of this nonsense. The ditching of western civilization requirements, I don't have to tell you, you wrote the book. And my husband, who then was my boyfriend, Jesse invited you to come and speak and it was awesome, Finney chapel, all of the triggering that you did, not only of the students, but many of the faculty who stood up and how did you. I remember it as clear as day. And that really ignited my determination to speak for myself rather than allow all of these radical elites to appropriate my political identity and assume what I should think and believe based on my outward appearance and my gender and ethnic
Larsson scores Kraken's first OT winner to beat Penguins 2-1
"The the the the penguins penguins penguins penguins lost lost lost lost for for for for just just just just the the the the third third third third time time time time in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty games games games games is is is is Adam Adam Adam Adam Larsson Larsson Larsson Larsson scored scored scored scored at at at at one one one one seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen of of of of overtime overtime overtime overtime to to to to give give give give the the the the crack crack crack crack in in in in a a a a two two two two one one one one win win win win at at at at Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh former former former former penguin penguin penguin penguin Jared Jared Jared Jared McCann McCann McCann McCann scored scored scored scored in in in in the the the the final final final final four four four four minutes minutes minutes minutes of of of of regulation regulation regulation regulation play play play play simple simple simple simple play play play play to to to to our our our our strengths strengths strengths strengths you you you you know know know know we're we're we're we're not not not not a a a a team team team team is is is is going going going going to to to to be be be be the the the other other other team team team six six six nothing nothing nothing seven seven seven nothing nothing nothing right right right gonna gonna gonna play play play simple simple simple and and and you you you know know know it it it they they they were were were divorcing divorcing divorcing Larsson's Larsson's Larsson's goal goal goal gave gave gave Seattle Seattle Seattle its its its fourth fourth fourth win win win in in in six six six games games games since since since a a a nine nine nine game game game skid skid skid at at at getting getting getting Malkin Malkin Malkin tallied tallied tallied for for for the the the pens pens pens who who who had had had won won won six six six straight straight straight overall overall overall and and and eight eight eight in in in a a a row row row at at at home home home Malkin Malkin Malkin has has has four four four goals goals goals and and and ten ten ten points points points in in in nine nine nine games games games since since since returning returning returning from from from offseason offseason offseason knee knee knee surgery surgery surgery thought thought thought Grubauer Grubauer Grubauer stopped stopped stopped twenty twenty twenty three three three shots shots shots for for for the the the crack crack crack in in in Christian Christian Christian Jerry Jerry Jerry made made made twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven saves saves saves for for for Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Penguins beat Senators again in Pittsburgh
"Mike Mike Mike Mike Matheson Matheson Matheson Matheson had had had had two two two two goals goals goals goals and and and and an an an an assist assist assist assist as as as as the the the the penguins penguins penguins penguins won won won won for for for for the the the the fourteenth fourteenth fourteenth fourteenth time time time time in in in in their their their their last last last last sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen games games games games six six six six four four four four against against against against the the the the senators senators senators senators Evgeni Evgeni Evgeni Evgeni Malkin Malkin Malkin Malkin and and and and Sidney Sidney Sidney Sidney Crosby Crosby Crosby Crosby also also also also scored scored scored scored on on on on the the the the pens pens pens pens were were were were building building building building a a a a five five five five one one one one lead lead lead lead I I I I don't don't don't don't work work work work out out out out within within within within one one one one before before before before Jake Jake Jake Jake Ansell Ansell Ansell Ansell scored scored scored scored an an an an empty empty empty empty netter netter netter netter it it it it was was was was canceled canceled canceled canceled team team team team high high high high twenty twenty twenty twenty first first first first goal goal goal goal of of of of the the the the season season season season Tristan Tristan Tristan Tristan Jarry Jarry Jarry Jarry stopped stopped stopped stopped thirty thirty thirty thirty nine nine nine nine shots shots shots shots to to to to help help help help the the the the penguins penguins penguins penguins beat beat beat beat the the the the senators senators senators senators for for for for the the the the tenth tenth tenth tenth straight straight straight straight time time time time at at at at Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Josh Josh Josh Josh Norris Norris Norris Norris scored scored scored scored twice twice twice twice for for for for the the the the sens sens sens sens whose whose whose whose last last last last regulation regulation regulation regulation win win win win in in in in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh came came came came in in in in February February February February twenty twenty twenty twenty thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie
Penguins beat reeling Montreal 5-2, extend win streak to 5
"The the penguins penguins have have their their second second five five game game winning winning streak streak in in a a month month following following a a five five two two victory victory over over the the Canadians Canadians Evan Evan Rodrigues Rodrigues scored scored his his ninth ninth goal goal of of the the season season and and added added two two assists assists in in helping helping Pittsburgh Pittsburgh improve improve to to ten ten two two in in one one in in its its last last thirteen thirteen games games it's it's going going to to continue continue to to shoot shoot and and you you know know some some of of the the land land someone someone I'm I'm just just trying trying to to you you know know continue continue to to arrive arrive in in our our final final in in the the background background Caspary Caspary captain captain Mike Mike Matthiessen Matthiessen Brian Brian dumoulin dumoulin and and Brian Brian Boyle Boyle also also scored scored to to back back Tristian Tristian Jarry Jarry twenty twenty eight eight save save performance performance Jerry's Jerry's eight eight one one one one in in his his last last ten ten starts starts after after helping helping the the penguins penguins win win without without top top six six forwards forwards Evgeni Evgeni Malkin Malkin J. J. canceling canceling Bryan Bryan rust rust the the Canadians Canadians have have dropped dropped seven seven straight straight on on the the ferry ferry
Lightning finally get regulation lead, beat Penguins 5-1
"Five different Tampa Bay Lightning players scored and Andrei Vasile lefty made twenty eight saves as Tampa top the Pittsburgh Penguins five to one Brayden point Ondrej Palat Ryan McDonagh Mikhail Sergachev and Alex killorn all scored for the lightning as John Cooper's team lead in regulation for the first time this season the lightning are now three three and one the pain was lost for the first time in regulation this year Jason Zucker scored for short handed Pittsburgh which was without star Sidney Crosby Evgeni Malkin and Kris letang Tristan Jarry made twenty six saves as Pittsburgh fell to three two one one Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody welcome to just variety today. September twenty second. Twenty twenty one. I'm your host mark malkin on today's episode chatting with jessica chastain. We i met years ago. Just as she was on the brink of stardom in fact the help and zero dark thirty. We're yet to be released. We first talked on the carpet at els women in hollywood dinner eleven years ago where she was honored with calvin klein emerging star spotlight award fast forward about a week ago. I caught up with chest and talk about the eyes of tammy faye in the movie team plays tammy faye bakker the late tv evangelist. Whose husband jim bakker's christian empire came crashing down when he was sent to prison for mail and wire fraud and conspiracy in the eyes of tammy. Faye andrew garfield plays jim. Baker chastain makes her big screen singing debut and she'll continue singing in front of the cameras when she portrays tammy why net in an upcoming limited series about nets marriage to fellow singer george jones but before we get to my interview with chest team. Let's take a look at this week's just for variety column. The matrix is coming to san francisco after the fourth installment of the matrix franchise shot in the bay area sources. Now tell me that one brothers is planning to have the movie's premiere in san francisco just days before its release in december. I'm also hearing the former first lady. Michelle obama is putting the final details on plans to appear on the last season of abc's blackish for more of my just variety column pick up an issue of this week's variety or head over to variety dot com. This episode is brought to you by hp plus in a world full of smart devices. Isn't it about time. Your printer got smart you now. Printing is smart with hp plus and the hp smart app is how it all happens. You can print from your phone with just a tab no matter where you are even from your garage slash home office slash yoga studio. That is smart. Hp plus learn more about smart printing at hp dot com slash. Smart welcome back. I'm chatting with jessica chastain here. She discusses singing on camera for the first time as well as watching. Tammy faye bakker's nineteen eighty-five interview. With steve peters a gay minister who is living with hiv on the pto network. Unlike most other far-right evangelists rejected. Gay men tammy treated peter's with compassionate empathy and they're deter viewers and fans to do the same it was groundbreaking and planted the seeds of tammy becoming an unlikely icon too many in the lgbtq plus community. I can't believe that it was. It was at the junk yet. That i i asked you about. Are you going to sing. And you said yes. I was that very heads berry stressful. I mean. I'm not a hard for drinker but i was like. Give me some throw coat and some whiskey and let's go. I got i got. I guess they said that. The nice thing about wrote code is like lubricates your vocal cords. So you can just go to town it. Also i think lubricated my nerves. It's called the it's called liquid courage. Yeah exactly that's what it's called herb reason. So what was it. i mean you. You've been working on this for what and you both the rites awhile ago. What was it that just sat mcnew that resonated with you like this is a story that needs to be told st peter's real because like you know i grew up for the only thing i really knew about tammy faye was what comedy sketches impersonations told me cover up magazines and tabloids. I'd like really. She must be terrible person. Because that's what. I was being fed finnish documentary and i got to the peter's interview i was just like ho. Were any time in this nation. Where like the government is acknowledging. The aids epidemic. Here's this christian woman. in a community of very conservative evangelist event televangelists and she is big rebellious and she said bringing. St peters is openly gay minister and not only she talking to him about his experience of coming out to his family and she looks at our audience and says islam and dads need to love through anything in that sway with jesus and not only did she say that she also said as christians. We have to put our arms around everyone and tell them that we care on when when talking to him about helping people treated him like afraid to like you. Know they will give paper plates at cardi's like they didn't treat him as a human being and she was sobbing as he was telling these stories and she's saying it's not it's not christian. This is not a way to behave. I'm i'm convinced that both steve is amazing in this interview both seed and tammy save lives rebound interview. You know families were exiled people for coming out. It makes me very much for coming out. And you know kids were dying and From the aids epidemic but also from suicide like it's it's not an easy bank and she knew that and she wanted to Be a support system of love. Interim mind her followers that she had a lot of them for prisoners. What it needs to be christian and that's me was a story that needs to be told still. Where did that come from for her. Because she was surrounded most of the people who surrounded her. Were not that. That was not the bible that they were teaching. That's not what they were preaching. Where did she find this where where in herself i think on just from my research. Search a comes from growing up in pentecostal her mom. Her dad left the family when she was very young and her family. Her mom was exiled from the church. They turn their back even though it was not her. Mom's fault the dab lemon right and tammy in rachel remarried and she was let back into the church because she's the only one who new outside the piano. That's the only reason they let her back. And tammy was the embody. Nate's of the shame of the first marriage. So she knew what it felt like to have christians. This is what god's love this. This is the grace of god but not for you because you're a child of divorce in i think because she had it embassy of. Wow this is what it feels like when you kind of. Go against the message of what the bible supposed to be. And when someone's on the outside she had empathy for anyone. The church turned their back against and she wanted to go about. That's not christian. And i'm going to wrap my arms around every single person because everyone is deserving. Love she you know. It's amazing that. I didn't know about that interview until i watched the movie. I know news. I knew she was. Lgbtq ally because obviously she did her. show jim j. bullock. You know And i just sort of knew it. I interviewed her times..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody welcome to just for variety. Today's september fifteenth. Twenty twenty one. I'm your host mark malcolm on today's episode. I'm chatting with eba longoria. I caught up with the hollywood powerhouse. Shortly after she wrapped her directorial view. Hot flaming about richard montana's the man behind the creation of flaming. Hot cheetos. this coming weekend..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Welcome back. I'm chatting with tanna buchanan. Who stars opposite tick tock star. Addison ray netflix. Easel that remake of the nineteen ninety. Nine high school rom com. She's are you. I am good. How are you. I'm good so the second time or meeting. We met brad. Mtv movie tv awards. Tv awards whatever they call them now and then you you a without us and then you were talking about this movie and now everyone's going to see it. Yes i i think it's always a little nerve wracking Obviously you know because it is a remake and everything. You want to make everybody happy. So and you're kind of I'm putting my own spin on una character that everybody knows in love so i gotta make sure that. I just hope i did it. Justice in everybody's happy with it. So yeah it's a little nerve wracking so let's talk about the original. Have you seen the original. When signed it had has that cult classic thing but not everyone is seeing the original. She's all that so. Had you seen the original before you signed on. Yeah yeah so. I actually well i watch. Rahm comes romantically. That's my thing usually. That's what i usually consume on a daily basis multiple times. And then obviously i tried sue. Make sure that. I you know i had the essence of it going into it so i watched it. I can't remember. It was like four or five times Just to make sure just to cover all my bases you know rose picking up on every little thing that could op- up in our script In like i said try to make everybody happy on giving fans of the original but also people coming in that have no clue it. She's all that news. Make them fans of it so they can go back and watch the originals off. So tell us what's i mean. I know it. You know it. But i wanted to tell everyone the big difference between. She's all that and he's all that besides the title being different I mean the main difference. I keep well i mean it's it you know. The genders are flipped. That's the biggest difference zone of indifference. That's in the title but the other big difference. I keep saying this is you know. This really is centered around the social media aspect in how that's come into play a lot in the last twenty years 'cause when she's all that came out that didn't exist nope we do not so it's taken that consideration working that into the world and how it affects a you know and he really get down zuid how that's human beings and and how the world's really runs now so it's it's actually. It's quite interesting. If you take a deep look into it and start to realize how the social media makes everybody mitch human beings tick but then it gets really matter. Because you have addison ready. Who is the biggest ta-talk star playing. This inference are what did you think when you first heard sheerest cast. Did you know who she was where you were fanned. Are you at tucker. Well that was the that was the funny thing is is When i was going out for it The producers univer and andrew. And they told me that. How does this cast and i. i didn't i didn't have to talk And i didn't know who she was Really yeah i've not. I have a presence on social media but it's it's not my job So i post what i post. So i actually didn't know who she was and until i met her identity even like researcher or anything. I'm not trying to research people. Sometimes if i know. I'm gonna talk to them at work with them because i want to vote for who. They are human a face face rather than you know here. There's something bad on the internet or great things and then they have not been great. You know you never know. Silence bets opinion from itself. But soon i mean i guess it was like any normal gasoline. You know i was excited work and just play with an act also someone who was also Putting in the work in happy just play with script in in in from there. So you got so much about addison. Because obviously there are the haters out there lights. She's only getting the job because she has a gazillion followers. And you know when. I smoked you guys you know. She's talking about taking acting lessons. What was she like as a. You know a young newbie starring in a movie. That's what i've been explaining to people. Is you know everybody has their own process. And what they wanna do in life. Process changes every single But going in she was she put in the words. You know she did audition permits for like. Hey addison please do that. You know right. Listen for it. She put him. She put in the time she hadn't sent him the self tapes and everything so they had to okay her and she did an amazing job because she did work You know. I think there was multiple tie. I'm really big about my lines. But i grew up a lot but i i know she knew her lines way. Better than i knew mine shoes on top of the entire time. That's what i keep telling people as you would think that she's done it. Here's you know So it was it was. It was really really nice. Border funday day on set. Ooh the most. Monday.
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"Are you. I am good. How are you. I'm good so the second time or meeting. We met brad. Mtv movie tv awards. Tv awards whatever they call them now and then you you a without us and then you were talking about this movie and now everyone's going to see it. Yes i i think it's always a little nerve wracking Obviously you know because it is a remake and everything. You want to make everybody happy. So and you're kind of I'm putting my own spin on una character that everybody knows in love so i gotta make sure that. I just hope i did it. Justice in everybody's happy with it. So yeah it's a little nerve wracking so let's talk about the original. Have you seen the original. When signed it had has that cult classic thing but not everyone is seeing the original. She's all that so. Had you seen the original before you signed on. Yeah yeah so. I actually well i watch. Rahm comes romantically. That's my thing usually. That's what i usually consume on a daily basis multiple times. And then obviously i tried sue. Make sure that. I you know i had the essence of it going into it so i watched it. I can't remember. It was like four or five times Just to make sure just to cover all my bases you know rose picking up on every little thing that could op- up in our script In like i said try to make everybody happy on giving fans of the original but also people coming in that have no clue it. She's all that news. Make them fans of it so they can go back and watch the originals
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
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"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"July fourteenth. Twenty twenty one. I'm your host mark malkin on today's episode of talking to josh gad. The actor best known for voicing olaf in the frozen franchise recently premiered. The second of central park is animated musical series on apple. Tv caught up with gatt over. Zoom he was in his trailer on the set of his upcoming drama. Series wolf like me. Australia cattle soon start shooting disney plus beauty and the beast prequel series. He will once again. Play lefou opposite. Luke evans as guest on as i did in the two thousand. Seventeen live action. Beauty-and-the-beast movie newcomer breanna middleton joins the to as stepsister. The musical series will focus on how guest on the foo. I met and became friends in the film. Dad's the food was revealed to be gay. So will the new series since. It's a prequel chronicle. The food coming out. Find out what that told me coming up on this episode of just for variety. But first let's take a peek inside the pages of this week. Magazine sure shits creek came to an aso long ago but sarah levy who played twyla on the award. Winning sitcom starring brother. Dan and their dad. Eugene tells me she thinks a movie is in. Everyone's future sarah who stars in the new scifi series surreal. Estate believes her brother. Will ditch a reboot or reunion season for big screen. Take on the rose family. If i know my brother the way i know my brother none of that will happen. It'll be a very well. Thought out methodical planned lovely to our situation and and that'll be that this episode is brought to you by hp instant inc. No one is reading your mind. But hp instant inc knows when you're printers running low and sends new cartridges before you run out so you never have to think about inc for details visit hp dot com slash instant inc spotify conditions apply. Welcome back to just variety. Here's josh josh. how are you. I am living the dream year in australia in very poorly lit trailer for which i say like an an rv. I thought maybe you were doing one of those co vid. Are the road trips at the family. I wish i were like cool now. I'm a. I'm an rv where i am given five minute bouts of rust before they scream at me to get on set but i I am so excited to be talking to you today into reo hanging there. There's our ears this new variant is found. Its way to. Australia was really spoiled. And and you know walking around without a mask and living the life going to movies again and then it was. Aw ruined by this little virus and keeps finding. Did they shut. Shut down in australia now again. Look we're still able to shoot at all but it's been You know fortunately gone. The way of of Of the los angeles experiences last year and a half. So it's it's. It's been a little bit of bummer but almost wrapped and excited to get home while los angeles just los angeles county just the other day said. They suggest you wear masks. Why i read that. I read that at this point percents. Yeah but also. I sadly the maskless cat is out of. The bag can did the cap back in the bag. I don't think. Nah i don't think so either. I think it's like the flu. Were just going to have to live with it and it's is out it's the pressing i hope everyone gets vaccinated so that everybody can hopefully overcome getting it quickly. I was going to ask you about your beloved broadway. Perspective cimber back. I'm so excited. I mean like the idea that people can congregate in theaters and end seal. Live performance again is exciting to me is actually gonna try to go see hamilton. When i was out here in unfortunately it's going to happen because the restrictions but thrilled beyond the job. I know it's There was pretty incredible seeing the footage from springsteen the other night and people like like what were just saying. It's you know it's gonna be like a flu. You're gonna go on a theater and hope for the best and we've done what we can Yeah i've been back to new york a few times now and it's a sad walking through the theater district you're like it's it's eerie. It's and i'm from new york's assists mind blowing to me mike rare. My hope and my prayer is that they'll be some normalcy again in the fall. I really do. I hold out hope that once the big shows reopened. It's going to like a wildfire. Remind everybody that theaters back and better than ever. That's what i was thinking about with With movies because i was very much of like no one's going to want to go back to the theaters. It's too scary blah. I was wrong. People want to go back to venus. They're filling a mob when they can more than anything. People communal experience is right now. A you know. I had a chance to go see quiet place to while i was out here and it was such an unbelievably cathartic experience. Just sit in a quiet theater with launch of people on watch a movie on the big screen and i think we need that now more than ever. Well let's talk about being at home and what we get to watch it home. You get please you know it is. When we set out to make sense part Learned to chartres in i in enor- smith my mike co-conspirators on this show Really set out to do something that was. I think unusual in the landscape which is Mentally doing musical. But do something that dare i say makes you feel good. You know you can turn on. Tv any second of any day and find cynical content. You can find dark content. It's not hard to find much harder to find something that makes you feel good some net the even go so far as to lift spirits There's a handful. Obviously you know you have a a show today which is incredible and and and a few others that that sort of do that but for us that challenge in that objective became that much more Important to all of us post pandemic. I think working on central park season to announce his three In the midst of everything that we were experiencing as as a world min need this simple idea that we had at the beginning of this process. That much more pronounced. Which is we have to do something to.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"I'm your host mark malkin on today's episode. I'm talking to riley keough the thirty two year old actor. Co stars in the film zola. An india based on a real women's twitter thread documented. What happened when a fellow. Stripper convinces her to take a weekend trip to tampa with her and her boyfriend and roommate co written and directed by jessica bravo eight twenty four movie stars.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"It was it was horrible. You know. I think that being in comedy is way much harder Acting in a drama. So i audition was when i was a kid actor i i would not have been I was not even hired to play a prophet to be a prophet so up and and the casting director was like okay. Can you make an improvisation about you. Know to be funny and i was. I thought about a french movie in old french movie. And and i was trying to imitate what i what i've seen from the actor and it was so embarrassing. It was like wedding in front of me not even smiley not even a little laugh I wanted to you know. I wanted to disappear banish comedy. Not for me for the moment. Oh you might be the only journalist awful awful and you know when when you get that embarrassed. You don't know how to get out of this digging your own hole you hit the bottom. And he continued continuing. Okay i gotta make this person laugh so they can laugh over you at the time. Oh yeah always twenty six and do do you know it wasn't wasn't a success in the end happened it never happened annoyed. That found the money so I hope this little video will never see. Let me show. no no. We'll see it. I hope yeah. The movie never happened. It didn't happen because they didn't hire you. Yeah maybe excuse me a hard. This is great. Thank you so much. thanks for now. Check after work. I know it's only. It's not even noon. You here in la so it was a pleasure. Amar that was too har- serpents on netflix. Now let's go inside the pages of the magazine with an exclusive in my just variety. Column vice works news celebrating. Pride month by announcing transitional a new series on trans rights the six episode series features trans correspondents reporting stories from around the world. Check it out on the vice news youtube page on june twenty-fourth. That's this week's podcast. Thanks for listening until next time. Don't forget to follow me on twitter and instagram mark. Malcolm and of course check out that weekly column. Just variety in the magazine and online at variety dot com. See you soon for your emmy consideration for outstanding drama series all other categories the. Hbo emmy winning. Original series takes place ten years after the season. Three finale returns for its fourth season with emmy winner. Ozo- deuba the observant and pathetic. Dr brooke taylor the therapists the center of the season. The reimagining of this series is set in present day los angeles and brings diverse trio of patients and session with brooke to help navigate. A variety of modern concerns issues such as the global pandemic and recent major social and cultural shifts are backdrop to the work. Brooke will undertake all while. She deals with complications in her own personal life less odes now streaming on hbo max..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"A. Halley comes regulated. Incoming i think after working with james gone also really got an appetite to do more comedy was having more and more comedy in. That's awesome majority. It's always a pleasure next next number do it. We'll do it again. That was joel. Kenneth coming next port authority star. Lena blue but first another look. Inside varieties new issue. On june fifth public officials activists and celebrities will converge on san vicente boulevard next to west hollywood park for the groundbreaking for stories aids monument. A seven thousand square foot art installation on those who've died of aids or living with hiv. The monument is set to open in late. Twenty twenty two in audio component here are stories access to the installations website will include readings from the aids memorial. An instagram account about people died of aids. variety has the exclusive. I look at the celebrity participants and the people they will be reading about pose star. Billy porter provides a tribute to fester the late disco. Pioneer who died of aids at each forty one in eight mtv reality star in hiv aids. Educator pedro zamora will be remembered by wilson cruz. Some more who appeared on the real world. San francisco was only twenty two when he died. In nineteen ninety-four repaired gear will talk about his late friend legendary fashion and portrait photographer. Her brits who is fifty when he passed in two thousand and two for more. Lgbtq stories from in and around the entertainment industry checkout varieties new pride issue or head over to variety dot com two thousand nineteen blue made history as the first friends actress of color to lead a film at cam. The movie port authority is now in theaters and available on demand. Bloom stars as a house. Mother in new york city's ballroom scene. Who finds love with a young man who is headed to new york city to escape his troubled past bloom. Awesome makes history. The summer is the first black trans woman to appear in sports illustrated's swimsuit issue. You talked from looms home in new york city and in so long. I mean the resume service i can. I know that was such a good party by the way it was so long ago though it's l. longo since nineteen i keep saying oh it was a year ago. Like no wasn't it was two years ago. Yeah that would still crazy. Things were so different at that time and we went through a pandemic. And look where we're at. We're right literally right where we left off at each other. Air like unlimited home. Yes which as you know. I'm a huge fan of the film. It's so mazing. I watched it again last night with my husband because he hadn't seen it yet it literally he just saying oh my gosh. She's so good. She's so gorgeous. Who is jim. That's interviewing tomorrow allows. When i did that red carpet. I was so excited to talk to you. Because you literally have talking like you literally interviewed like the most amazing people in the world. I just so lucky to just get in that moment and sit this bring in that moment and suggests while it was just so powerful. That red carpet was so crazy. The dress was so crazy it was a moment. And how are you feeling. Now how are you feeling the movie. Finally everyone's gonna see it. How are you feeling honestly. I just like i said i just felt like a left off. Where is you know. It's picking up where he left off you know like thousand eighteen. It was on film festival for like i was being tate's to go out to talk about this film and a pandemic happen and you just stopped and like literally like few weeks ago. We're announcing up his here. There's so many other amazing things on the table. So it's just a real moment to just like surrender to the way that the world is working and like the fact that this film in the process is giving a second chance for the world to see and not just see but just in america where we desperately need movies like this to really just talk about things like this movie is a conversation starter and I i want to get back to the conversation. Where where did you decide. you wanted. Be an actor. Where did you wanna act. I always since a child. You know watching like home alone. You know growing up seeing you know the disney shows and seen all so many sisters sister like seeing so many beautiful people who look like me have the same languages isn't tenacity and move like me and you know you read their bios and they have to send their backgrounds and you know i just i always wanted to have that moment but i just i never knew like being a dancer dancer i like. Our world is just like they don't give opportunities to people of color. You don't give opportunities to gate to to openly queer people. It only takes to translate where they still don't give opportunity to trans people. So i just i thought that the idea of me having those moments where so far and so long way that i was not born in the time to do it so like i just kept dreaming and like one day i just i started seeing lebron cox. I started seeing the other girls in a. Mike are really having this moment. Like i get mine so At the time i was i was in the closet and then i came out the closet about my identity and my career just literally took off and like now. They're smoothies being made for me. To tell in its responsibility to tell those stories so I just always knew that. I wanted to do it. And i get a chance to act to quit before you came out about your identity where you're scared that if you did that could be the end of your career. Absolutely i was terrified. I was literally to be trans impersonal cover entity aging loved to constantly protect yourself have to constantly protect your voice because people here you and they want to attack you see how you move your magic hurt you and i had to protect those nuances about my identity and i knew the world was not ready for might for me to say kay. I'm here to and. I just had to just savour those moments in. Just wait for the right time to happen after a. I just couldn't take it anymore. I just had to break free in. I had to like not just break free. But i also tell the stories of the people that are still here that we need to remind ourselves that they're here. They're inspiring their inspirational in I'm going to speak up for them. Speak up for this moment. i need to do. This is my responsibility. And you're in a movie that's produced by some guy. What's his name marty. Marty marty scorsese..
"malkin" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Thanks for tuning into my new show get. Us market ready with italian wine people. I'm steve ray author of the book how to get you market ready and in my previous podcast shared some of the lessons. I've learned from thirty years in wine and spirits business helping brands enter in grow in the us market. This series will be dedicated to the personalities who have been working in the italian wine sector in the us their experiences challenges and personal stories owen. Cover the roads that they walked shedding light on current trends business strategies and their unique branson. So thanks for listening in. And let's get to the interview. Welcome mrs steve. Ray and Thank you for joining this week's edition of get. Us market ready with italian wine people. This week i'm particularly pleased to have as a guest attorney ryan malkin. He's a very well known and widely published in a referenced in a lot of the communications in the trade side of the business ryan. Thank you for joining us. And why don't you give us a a brief bio of your background. Thank you for having me so my experience in the industry as attorney started at cornell ricard. Usa which many people know is the importance of wine. Such as a period zhou. Ed and spirits. Like live in malibu included in the list goes on and prior to joining cornell ricard. I was a prosecutor manhattan at the new york county district attorney's office and then even before that i was a writer quite a bit of writing for industry publications like beverage media and sante and other publications including smart money in the wall. Street journal esquire about the alcohol beverage industry so i've been aware of and know the industry very well and leaving porno ricard. When i moved to miami. I started a practice. In our industry members including some of the biggest brands in the world in some of the smallest are trying to enter the us market so we work with people from all over the world who are now industry members here in the us ryan a one of the issues that A lot of imported brands face is a lack of understanding of what we mean by franchise states. Can you explain what a franchise state is sure. So there are a number of franchise states what that really means is that the distributor has the rights to that brand. Think of it almost like mcdonald's right..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"What suspicious They they were. They were curious to see like those people and they didn't know we sending because we were just sitting we were just sitting just jeff and I were she ran. I like in the side on the sideline people were like at us And they felt the probably what the CDC guys on community are feeling when they are Like mingling inside outside their their areas. Did you read Feldman's book where you're familiar with of course of course I read it the very quickly it's so good And it was it was it was very important for me to know like her point of view and where she comes from and she you know she she she really She describes their into details. The daily lives in her community. And it was very important for me for my research To get to know as much as they can about their life. They're so let's talk about some other stuff you've done you've done some American American acting you come to America to do some acting What was what was your experience like coming to the states and working here you know it was really really nice. I loved it. I really loved it. It was it was so it was so it was. It was such a change from Berlin because in Berlin we found in the interior scenes. And you know the inside. Were all Sets of that would build for for the show or like already like apartments or houses that are that exists and then suddenly we were living on the streets and we filmed in Brooklyn and in Williams like out like in the summer a neighborhood and like on their streets so it was Very it was an interesting experience because I was walking there and they obviously recognize that. I am not a part of their community I didn't I didn't manage to to like sneaking And my my try moment that the ferry hats It's Bear Vegan so there are no true so they can tell that that did not the real hot so I was like walking there with this fake hat and anyone can tell. I'm not part of the Community. So people were looking at us Filming and they were I guess it was interesting for them. Also to see like someone who is dressed up similar to how they're they look So it was. It was very interesting and it was very I'm happy to that. They had this experience to feels like to walk in those actually streets and see the actual Shops and people in the real community but living there did you as you said. You're you're very secular. Did you explore religion more though? Did it sort of Make you more curious. Yeah definitely have been like watching all those all vigils you can find on Youtube. I watched them I I've been watching them like I stayed up until very very late at night than just was I was watching so many big Joe's about like sophomore weddings and all the rituals and ceremonies And I was reading a lot And I had Jeff Jeff Willis who plays moisture in the show? He's an ex Guy and he. He helps me onset. I'm he was there and I asked him so many questions Really too much. I can't even start to describe how many questions I asked him But he was so a kind under he shared with me so much his experience And it really helped me to get into the actor and to learn more about the Religious Life Jewish inches night. So what does it feel like when you hear people talk about? Me's and you could be getting nominated for an emmy and people are looking at you for these awards. What does that feel like Yeah something like that I even only. This question is Out of this world and I'm very overwhelmed and grateful from the situation and just to being the talks of it is More than I could ever dream of on. I'm I'm just very grateful for this situation only so I have I'd I I don't allow myself to even go there nation. I wanted to ask you about flashback. So how man- how Major was it on Israeli TV for you to be playing a teen who comes out of the closet. It was. It was Quite major because it it didn't happen beforehand in Israel so suddenly there was A kid who comes out as gay on TV for the first time. And he's very He's Oh he's good he's like okay with himself. and An feel like it was I. I was like gifted with this role It was it was such a it was such An honor to portray this role Because they feel like it would. It opened I Gates two more to more more characters from the Lgbtq community or even from any like you know any community to to be seen on screen and for people to feel that they are seen on. Tv like for people to to see characters the bacon relates to So I'm I'm very grateful for for this role. What does it feel like to be a role model for? Lgbt KIT Q. Kids are are you getting know. Sure you're getting fan mail emails direct messages thanking you and I will say this and I will say this probably you know forever that anybody who either you know could play a character coming out someone who is openly gay in Hollywood. It saves lives. You're saving kids. Likes Yeah I'm just like I feel. I feel that you know when the show was it when the show was On Dot so many messages on these kids and on P. major teenagers in Israel And it was the greatest thing like you could. You could ask for because people were re sharing their secrets on them. Unlike their their lives on how complicated it is and how the show is giving them air to breathe which was which was very It was very. I got very emotional from each message. have done something which is historically like an historical event on Israeli TV And and I'm it feels it feels Again very overwhelming to be in this position but still i. I appreciate this This honor I got to to to leave this this character and I saw an interview where you said coming out to your family. Completely support of no big deal. Did you ever think growing up that you'd be able to be out and then also playing a character who's gay on television No actually I didn't think so but then when it got the Carcassonne So there were no there was like no question for me. In terms of like it's a thing like you said it's something which is more than just like an acting gig or another role in my career. It's important for someone to be there an out there and to speak Or those those Kids And so there was no question With this with this role. Awesome me. Thank you so much. This is wonderful. Thank you thank you so much relations and hopefully I'll see you at the EMMYS. There are and who knows who knows our thank you so much take care you too bye..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Is when it gets a bit a bit messy. He's inspired by her head. Really really excited about our potential. So tell me about that. First Day on seven the Eddie the band performed. It was amazing man. The Band is incredible musicians incredible They didn't really know each other before so they had. I think maybe month of six weeks or so to get together and really become a band And I got to watch some of that happened and so you the way they communicate with each other the way to trust each other way. Listen to each other is amazing. We'd have these moments after said you're not be shooting days. It'd be like midnight and all of a sudden someone would get up there and pick up a horn based somebody a little. Something becomes Catarino drums in Everyone is just turn it into these jam sessions that would involve everybody's we had. We had a really top lot of late night. Dance artists at bed. Amanda I have to ask you about harsh. Tell me about that because the bond that this father and daughter have that obvious she lives in New York he lives in Paris. It's obviously they don't see each other a lot but she comes to Paris decides to stay. How did you? You didn't have to force a relationship because in many ways you guys didn't have relationship. So how do you balance that? Yeah that's that's one of the tricky things is that because the script didn't give us a whole lot to go on in terms tomorrow story ARC. It's through you did a metal at so we spent a lot of time together at restaurants or or you rehearsal room wherever we find suggest down. Try and come to some agreement on what the history of this relationship is being because some Informs everything and we see them. See each of the first time. I think we want to feel like is is a lot of life behind him right And Amanda I can't say I can't say enough about her G. so so smart so it really really gifted and I couldn't have asked what better saint partner really and truly she so spread but she's also character she seems we don't really meet her mom much. She's very much in our head to. She's very much her father's daughter in this guy. Yeah that's something that we were interested in exploring. Her mother is a is a white woman right in the show so we will Exploring this idea of her coming into her own identity or trying to figure out who she is. Monkey Life Our Father and his own connection to this music which is deeply rooted in all culture as a black man is something that we came to believe that her character was craving. You know So I think that's part of why we see them while they feel similar in a way 'cause they both have this like searching pink both insurgents of something of themselves. That has maybe been lost so. I'm glad you felt that as we really were. We were aiming today awesome. Andre thank you so much. This is awesome congrats on the show. Stay safe you all you same as thanks. That was under Holland. Thanks for listening to today's episode of the big ticket. I'm your host Mark Malkin coming next week beanie Feldstein. She Stars in the coming of age drama. Thirty how to build a girl plus a meet Rajavi. The young Israeli actor is getting a lot of attention in Hollywood for his portrayal of Yankee Netflix's unorthodox until then stay safe and be. Well see.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Made the call to save to call you guys and say. Do you guys like you know what it's just not going to happen right now. I know I think we kind of had a feeling like it was almost like because there wasn't options like okay you could fly there and start we do fit you start fittings and like start it but my sister and I know we had this feeling of like I don't think that's s just not right. Something's going to happen and I also heard a lot about like friends. Productions that were shutting down like if these are shutting down. Like we're GONNA. We're definitely going to be shutting down to so it wasn't huge surprise me but it's obviously something that like we're still looking forward to. I mean it's not. It's not like it's not happening but just not happening right now. So wandering vibe is this to move you. You decided to do together. I'm sure you've probably had scripts thrown at you years. Oh this is perfect for sisters. This is perfect for sister. Why have is the one? I think it was also a choice of 'cause I mean we always wanted to work together. Obviously I think it's the right timing like in our lives now to That it really is gonna mean something because it's not like we're just super young doing it like right now. It's like we're women you know and our relationship to is also more friends you know at this point because we're only four years apart so when you're young you're like your sisters and your like knowledge time and clothes and heard about the book a for a while and any been kind of floating around for a bit and The book is so powerful and also we were curious like if we did something together would replace sisters like or would we not play sisters. I'm like people when you look similar. We think we nothing like we were like. We look a bit like people like Souso. We don't like that but it was like okay. No this is a true like sister. Story represents kind of end the the layers to that and also the misunderstanding. These also were kind of misunder. They misunderstand each other In is just so powerful. I can't get through the script. Like without sobbing. When are you going to direct? When do you direct? Oh God I want to badly Something that yeah I do want you badly and I think it's like you just gotTa find the right right story or like. What is it that you want to tell or? Is it going to be personal or is it? Is it not? Are you gonNA ride it or not? I mean no big questions I will for sure one day but I think about it a lot. I don't know producing now. So that's great. Yeah Yeah it's the next step. I guess it's just like each little thing is learning more about it awesome. Yeah you so much this is Awesome Fontaine. Yes and enjoying the numbers will do I. Ain't you knew that was fan. I WanNa take a short break right now but when we return. I talked with Andre Holland Star. Netflix new drama. 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You are the ones that's going to make a difference. Welcome back to the big ticket. Here's Andre Holland who I caught up with from his home in Brooklyn New York he stars in Eddie as a jazz club owner in Paris. He's trying to mend his relationship with his teenage daughter has come to live with him from the states directed by La La Land Director Damian Chazelle the series features. Plenty of drama love and giants. So the Eddie yes great. Great series really. Just cinematic beautiful. The Look of it is just. It's you know it's it's jazz paintings almost like you really. I love the balloon of it and the saturation of color. So tell me how did you get involved with? Eddie you knew Damian Chazelle Gala History. There moonlight yet. Thank you for the kind words. Yeah we met back during that time and and and we manage has got along. I appreciate all the maintenance told him. He was at one of the parties in Toronto. Maybe the film festival like this sounds like one day we get a chance to make something together and Yeah you gave me a call. Last year. January sent me the script medicine in Santa Monica. Had a great lunch about it. And it's on the phone a few times subsequently then yeah we would have made it so it was cool and then you went to Paris then. We went to the some repairs. It could be a lot worse so tell tell us what is the Eddie the series and then the club yes so So the series is set in contemporary. Aris it revolves around his band and this club both of which are called the Eddy Itself is made up of a group of friends who've come together from different parts of the world. They all come to the band in need of some sort of or grounding my character Elliot is the leader banning composers most the music plays occasionally but not so often and he comes to the BAMACA'S. He's just gone. He's gone through a traumatic event which. I won't give away And he comes to Paris to sort of put himself back together again and his best friend play by to hear. Tahara he'd read in the show. The two of them started his club together and running together for for the last few years. And so the show to me is about healing about second chances in ultimately at the center of it. You have a relationship between my character. Ed Mandala Steinberg's character who she plays my daughter who is in need of her father at this particular where he happens to be unavailable so about that relationship. Healing the ban trying to fight to keep this little space of creativity for themselves. And as I say sort of healing in second chances and your character's name is Elliott and it's very much in his head. There's a lot like you're like what's he planning. What does he know? What doesn't he know you see a few outbursts? Where at son of things? Just get too much at some point. Tell us about Elliot. What what did you like about the character? What what did you dive into to really get in Elliott? It was a tricky one because there are so many. He's got so many spinning at any moment. automated thing that attracted me to it was the fact that he's gone through this related traumatic event and and is in my opinion buried deep deep deep in the grieving process so it was interesting to me to try to investigate a character who is going through the also attracted relationship that he has with his daughter. I couldn't remember a time. Still can't remember a time when I've seen onscreen a relationship with a black man at his black daughter sort of front and Center. I so I found that really interesting and in the music you know. I grew up loving music of all kinds secretly sold Gospel and blues. Get a chance to learn. More About Jazz was refunded of course as sampled for working with Damien. Which was was that was really a joy. I mean one of the things that happen when the show first announced and you still see people keep describing it as a musical people are thinking. It's the new La La la La land in Paris which it's not it's not a musical musical performances and music plays a big hard in the show. What did you have to do a deep dive on Jazz? Did you have to? You know? I'm not gonNA pretend I know jazz. I mean the museums beautiful but I don't know it intimately how intimate you have to get with the music because it's such a big part of this show. Yeah Good Question Man. We had to get intimate with it. You know as I said I came to loving music but not really knowing that much about it so at a read. A bunch of books about Washington Spoke to a lot of musicians and scholars and thinkers in that space. Which really helped me to come to understand the history of And then on the technical aspect I had to play the piano. You didn't play before us. No you know. Unfortunately as is the nature with television. You don't always have as much time as you want. Wish you have but you. May We get hats. I had two different piano teachers. Who at work with one here in New York and it on to Paris in the one from New York came to Paris yet or so any moment. That was not set shooting. I was pretty much glued to that piano. So yeah definitely a deep dive on it and Really is something that I've I've come to love keep continued explorers Likeness Joanna Coolant. I mean I couldn't take my eyes on my ears off her. Tell us who she plays and tell us about her incredible voice we know she has an incredible voice. But this is just I just kept saying my husband. I can't stop watching her you yes. She's such a great. She's such a great human being so glad that we have to is together. She's so so funny so charming as she had an enormous task you know she had to learn. I think sixteen songs in a Lotta time. Some were in English. Someone French neither which her native language obviously was. She really rose to the occasion in did. Yeah so she plays Maya. Who's like these singer of the band and she and I've had a tricky asked. But you know I sort of I say at one point in show that she she's my muse. I don't see quite like that I think. Sheep Elliott is in is as you say he's in his head. I think he's obsessed with this idea of light projects things onto other people so I think that he should to up with his jeans. To impose his genius on someone else and she's good and she's available and she's In a bit of a difficult place in our own life and so their relationship.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"I just want to thank everyone out there for listening because this week. It's happy birthday to the big ticket with Marc Malkin. We launched just a year ago and it has been quite a ride. It all started with my first guess. Scarlett Johansson Pre Larsen and. It's been an amazingly fun journey ever since without said let's get on with today's show. We have not one not two. But three drag Queens. I've got SHANGILA EURICO. Hara and Bob the drag queen the three or co hosts of we're here. Hbo's New Reality. Show which they traveled to small towns across the US to give drag makeovers to local residents. If you're anything like me you'll not only be smiling but also crying. My husband and I rushed the first three episodes and we definitely shed some tears. Each had a lot to say about transforming lies with the power of drag. What happened locals? Call the cops on them and how they feel about Cherry Pie being disqualified from this year's Ru Paul's drag race. After it was revealed she was cat fishing young men by pretending to be a casting director. It's all coming up after the break. Stick around an IT career at Ddat means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join Gd it for challenging and impactful work that advances. Your career apply now at GD. It dot com slash careers. Welcome back to the big ticket years..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Yeah I'd have a few break-up boxes behind a couple more questions. What are you doing in quarantine? You've been Djing. Are you been jer? Yes pretty much. We just finished Tiga King. I'm just GONNA say Tiger on your shirt so you must have finished. Yeah exactly and I'm just saying it has been on my mind. It's it is insane That story I just finished watching. You finally caught up on that. That was a wind and then yeah has been doing classic orangeade things trying to cook very confronting how bad. I am cooking. But if you're trying to cook my God now nothing ambitious. It's really just pasta and I did this Ravioli. Thing that turned out so bad I couldn't have made. It was so gross. I don't know we've been. Smith is location pals. We've been taking terms in cooking and everyone else is very good at it. So I've of let them take Ryan's you know trying to pick up tips and tricks adult. Yeah we've been playing POLKA. We've been trying to get good up hook which is just a nice way to not look at a screen for like a couple of out right. What was the first audition you went on that? You either got the role. Your didn't I felt edition was probably when I was five years old. And addition for the Performing Arts School in my hometown that I went to Have NO RECREATIONAL THAT WAY. I did have to pretend to walk a dog and I now the and got in and That was my last question. What's the one? Tv show you watch over and over again and you never get bored. It's gotta be friends wise. I think it's just a really comforting to me. I really became obsessed with friends when I was like nine years old. And it was kind of the earliest Obsession and inspiration for me and I think it's more to do with that. It's just a fantasy like A. He's six people who are so close and they live so close to each other and they hang out all the time. I just really wanted that. So it's just very it's just the most comforting me whenever I'm revisiting friends. I know that I need some comforting. Jerry this is great. This is fun. Thank you so much. Congratulations on the movie. Thank you and hopefully we'll meet when the world is not upside down in vote.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Now. I'm GonNa take a short break. But when we return more reveals what happened when he reached out to his family plus he recalls meeting on arms for the first time and then later I second guessed on this week's big ticket Sandra right back IHEART. Radio and state farm know that the graduation stage is the first of many and while grads may not be walking across one. This year they can get the off. They've always dreamed of with our new. Podcast commencement featuring inspiring speeches from the biggest names like John Legend. I'm honored to have the chance to speak to to share in the special moment. Katie couric. You'll need some very important life skills to move forward. Perhaps the most important one is resilience. Chelsea handler. Jared do things that scare you if you can. Embrace the unknown and fully jump into what life has to offer. There will be much to celebrate and much to enjoy and cash reflect on the work you've done and celebrate moving into your new phase these iconic names all coming together to celebrate you. The class of twenty twenty listened iheartradio's new podcast. Commencement brought to you. By state. Farm speeches are now available on iheartradio APP. Or wherever you get your podcasts. And remember state farm will be there for this stage and every stage after like a good neighbor state farm. Is there welcome back to the big ticket? Here's more Wagner Mora. You're also producer on Sergio. Tell me a little bit more now. You said you said you know you WANNA see more. Latin people portrayed in ways that aren't steroids. We assume The most sub represented group at Nicole Group in in Hollywood. A not only narrowly regarding to the amount of characters that Latin actress play. But especially the way the are seen. A It's disturbed types are very This is coming from a guy who played polo bar. It's always the the violent Latin Latino or the sexy Latina or the everything is related to or either crime or and I think It's it doesn't represent what this group really is in in Americana Society. You know when I when I saw for example and I think this is changing manage saw Diego Luna playing a tar. Wars film know Roquan doing that character with his Mexican accent. And I think that that's pretty much a what is a what this should be a different we could we. Could we could play. You know the Star Wars Dude. Were doctors engineers or non. It doesn't have to be related to the issues that we know are that Latin America House. In which you recharge. Poverty Violence We all we all that is true and all that is part of issues that that this part of the world has but not necessarily all the characters portrayed in a in a in this is not only be is not only a political issue. It's based on new reality. It's not it's not a a a truthful representation and addition to star wars having Diego Luna there have there been other depict recent depictions lately that you would just blown away by saying that might my of under the Ottomans who plays a Catalina surger is a is a rising star in Hollywood and she's just played male Marilyn Monroe Weena in a in a images. The biggest American icon ever was played by a Cuban actress. You know it is changing. It is a so. Tell me about working with Anna. Dharma's I mean this is before nine out before Hollywood discovered her Have Chemistry obviously Tell me about what it was like set with her. It was great. She's really great. I I met her of we. Are we had a lunch year in in a restaurant hearing in in Westwood I was editing? My film directed and she showed up so we could you know meet up before the shootings in a Anna had any media connection with her she was. She's a very grounded. A woman vary all things that we are discussing here it all. These matters a lot to her Representation and and and the And she also mattress. She's of very very very good actress and I was very pleased to be working with her. A also. She's very fun to hang out with. She's a she's a great a great person to be to have around and how much how much contacted you have with real friends and family of Sergio. Get prepared for the role as producer. I thought that ethically I had to To reach out to them before Project I wanted them to know there will always going to make a film about about surgery so I reached out to his son and to his ex wife in Geneva and also a reach salt In real send emails to both of them. Both of them responded very of skeptical because they are they are. There is a there is there is a a dispute of fight narratives in toward surgeries Life Rights and Carleen one side and sons and any other side in. I didn't want to be didn't want my a our view which is what matters in the end how we see the story to be contaminated by either side. We had to look session. The way we we believe was a so. We had some of the power. We had read Knowingly believe what we were that we were a discount. The surgeon that we wanted to trae regardless of interferences Comprehensive interference. Because I know they wanted to control the narrative over an import important person for them completely understandable. Eichner thank you so much. This was awesome. Take care.
"malkin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Michelle Malkin is the author of the new book open borders whose funding America's destruction one of the featured speakers this morning at a rally in Montgomery County right out in front of a county council building if you want to show up that's at eleven AM but you should get there a little early bunch of road closures around that site as both a rally or show up to send the Montgomery County council message but also there will be protesters as well looking to drown all of this out Michelle. Margot riches the Montgomery County executive and he's been claiming that Montgomery County is not a sanctuary city and that in fact they occasionally will get in touch with ice when it comes to people who commit quote serious crime yeah in the county what do you what do you make of his well as our horses and that was an addendum only after the news it started breaking about all of these illegal alien rape suspect yes who were on the list so you know that the the walls are up every a police officer in Montgomery County understand so that that their role is to obstruct communication with ice and that these ice agents cannot even show up in the Montgomery County jail to do interviews that is not just a de facto right sanctuary condition I mean this is a brazen this this is this is perhaps the most aggressive and radical of sanctuary policies in America and and that's why yeah the the the citizens really need to come out and show their opposition to such a thing especially on a week when we're marking the eightieth anniversary of of an event that was in part facilitated by this mentality that local and state authorities should not communicate with the feds about immigration status yeah and and I would just wanna go into a living you talk about your book is about who's funding this is your tax dollars for a lot of these we talked about the unions today there's the rally which is by the way an anti rape rally it's it's for people who were against rape it is a pro women and children rally it is a pro family is rally the official rally name is the concerned citizens coalition of Montgomery County and that shows you about the hijacking of language right you're calling us haters racist anti immigrant yes and there is a counter protest was Vince was saying get there early road closures starting at eight o'clock this morning so in another bout ten minutes or so you're gonna have some clue. that'll be closed until approximately two PM Maryland Avenue will be close from Fleet Street to ease Jefferson St Vincent street will be closed to through traffic so if you're if you're heading up you might want to take mass transit in order to get to the rally yeah right the anti hate rally but this there's a protest a counter protest that's going to be there as well you've got a several R. S. C. R. U. groups that are going to be there you have U. F. C. W. locals two of them that are going to be there Montgomery County office of community partnerships these are co hosting the protests yes people who were calling you hateful yes because you would think that women and children in my in poor Emma and immigrant communities should be allowed to I'm not live in fear of being raped or sexually assaulted right there are there against that Jews United for justice another one that's surprising to me either there's just a whole bunch of groups again some of them very very surprising to me Montgomery County as a set off as a community partnerships you've got all of them who are going to be there who are going to protest yes are are you worried about this. my husband is. I'm not I I can't let fear of guide me in this regard and and that is my message to anybody out there who's listening who might be on the fence about whether to come or not I think it's incredibly incredibly important not only to stand for your for your communities but also to stand for these ice agents who've been demonized harassed docks across the country and to give you a little bit of a backstory on Labor Day I held a stand with ice rally in Aurora Colorado and your listeners might know that this is that the facility where of the mob very similar to the these this coalition that showing up to counter protest our rally on behalf of safety in Montgomery County laid siege to the facility and hold down an American flag replaced it with the Mexican flag and a defaced blue lives matter flag the rank and file police officers across America do not agree with these radically left police chiefs who are making them tie their hands behind their backs yeah do their job and by the way that includes Montgomery County were rank and file police officers and prosecutors are sick and tired yes of the way that their leadership is treating them and telling them that they can't keep their communities safe yes and so I think it's providential how this rally came to be in color alas I was very familiar with the group help save Maryland and many of the grassroots moms who've been speaking out they've been smeared as neo **** and it really is time for citizens to stand up against that smear and hate somebody put a sign from the Montgomery County DSA and tweeted it to me so calling us anti immigrant this is the Democrat socialist America and they've got it that they're they're they're rally its slogan is no hate no fear immigrants are welcome here and my response is no rape no fear illegal alien criminals are not welcome here shouldn't be here yeah it should be an up hill battle to keep communities safe and simply enforce the law but unfortunately it is and part of that is. hallmark and she'll be there eleven o'clock this morning at the Montgomery County council building alongside a whole bunch of people who are very interested in seeing their community be kept safe thank you Michelle great to see thank you guys all rights and fifty two W. a mail in the morning there was a freshly brewed coffee. one hundred percent arabica beans..
"malkin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And producer Malkin Victorian, Holly. Hi, hello. Thank you for having us. Oh, very excited to have you. Now, you guys have partnered to develop Fellay wind jewelry for people in pets. How did this come about? And well, let's talk I felt is a very unique name what came about I in name or their the jewelry. The jury design. I was first born about a year ago. So yes, jewelry designers. I in. The name was gosh. It just didn't want to come. It was a long process Holly, and I had met back in January, and I was still living in New York, and she was living in Los Angeles. So we started this partnership across coast, and we could not agree on a name. We had all sorts of names from, you know, very simple to bury spiritual creative funny. Everything we could imagine we just could not could not agree on one could not nothing felt right? Think it was mostly it. It didn't feel right. 'cause we we're pretty insane. But it's just we couldn't get one that really felt like boom. And then. And then. Are you ready and then late one night? Now, I'm west coast. She's New York. So it's really late there. I text her because I started going back to my angels. And which is one of the inspirations for the design, and I found archangel fell EA. And it's not as well known as some of the other angels and archangels really well known at all because. Yeah, we researched it, and there's very very little about it. So I text Victoria, not sure that she would be into going with anything about an angel because we just want to go one way or another weather is angel or superhero, whatever it was. But I was really excited that she was very very much into the meaning behind it. Because archangel Fellay looks over dogs specifically and also animals and nature. So that's really how it's. How the name? Yeah. And we decided to put our own spin on it. We changed the spelling of it. And yeah, that's how we came to be finally. Us made a rhyme. I love it. I love it. It's really interesting, and it feels to me. And maybe this was the intent that the wearing the pieces pieces at your animal can wear your kid can wear. It's like, they're, you know, the Felli angels looking over him or her. Yeah. And I will add we actually forgot to mention Holly that we also started looking up origins of words and stuff and we found out that oh V Las Greek for to help. And we also had planned to help animals with the line. So it it fit even more perfectly. Yeah. It was. It was really, you know, how you you wait, and you wait, you just have faith that it's it's all going to work out. And it really did. And then some because really the the name Fellay is is beautiful and what it stands for. And and the feeling that it invokes, especially when you look at the design. It is a strong. And yet it's gentle like angels. And and protective, and it just brings about a lot of different feelings. And for sure goes with how how we feel about our dogs and our on our cats are pets. I guess you could put this on a gerbil if he really had to. It's all animals. You know, I think everything by fish right pretty much. Although, you know, I'd be the one to try if it's a big fish. All right. We're gonna be right back after this break. And then we're going to talk about what is in the fella.