18 Burst results for "Mark Rylance"
"mark rylance" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Cast, I had to lean on Debbie as well. She said, Helen Mirren came to mind, and I think, honestly, I think Helen Mirren should take this as a compliment, looked up her age, she's actually 77, so being thought of as 60 in cast to play 60 pretty good for her as well. The director, I'm going to say, let's give this one to Ryan Johnson. I think you'd have fun with it. And the story, as was being described to me, it seems to have a little bit of a poker face vibe. In fact, if you watch that series, think of the year of the monkey episode with the two nefarious older women in the retirement community, I kind of like that sensibility being brought to this material. Now, I should note lucky McKee actually directed that episode in the rian Johnson series, but I'm bringing in Johnson for this for killers of a certain age. Again, the author of that book is Deanna rayborn. Now, it sounds like a brilliant choice, but the only way that's allowable, Josh is if you pull Debbie into the closet and she made the pick on the show. She's next ironically, she's working at the library right now. It's not possible. She's on shift. All right, I'll go next with my number 5. You know someone who hasn't had enough of his books, adapted into movies. Stephen King. I'm going with one of the few. The eyes of the dragon. This is a fantasy book that was first purchased back in the late 1990s. Sat in development hell, the right slaps, sci-fi channel came along, I think, around 2012, or just before that, they were going to make it into a film or miniseries. The rights lapsed there. And around 2019, Hulu beat out Apple in an auction for the rights, I think they're still sitting on them, but a planned project that was going to be helmed the showrunner was going to be the producer of it. Seth Graham Smith. He is now confirmed fairly recently that that's out that eyes of the dragon will no longer be coming to Hulu as a TV series. And here's a little bit from the Mary Sue about this. Among kings pre 1990 books that were first published under his own name, it's one of his only fantasy titles, along with the talisman and the dark tower books. That haven't yet been adapted, though all have been in development at one point or another prior to 2017. I referenced that because if we were doing the show prior to 2017, the dark tower would have been maybe my number one from Stephen King. And maybe I could still use it as a choice here guys because I just like to pretend that the 2017 film of the gunslinger never happened despite the fact that they cast Idris Elba as the gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey as the man in black. Like, you tell me that, I don't need to come up with my own fantasy casting. I'm all in. Unfortunately, the film was just awful. The eyes of the dragon is or was a huge departure for king at the time. As I said, one of his early books, he was really known as that horror master. I think it was his first foray into fantasy, the story goes that he wrote it for his daughter. Naomi, who was young at the time, and she wasn't into horror and didn't want to read his story, so he wrote a book in a genre that she did appreciate and that she could read. I'll give you just a little bit of the plot description here. A tale of archetypal heroes and sweeping adventures of dragons and princes and evil wizards. Here is epic fantasy is only Stephen King could envision it. A kingdom is in turmoil as the old king Roland dies and it's worthy successor, prince Peter must do battle to claim what is rightfully his. Plotting against him is the evil flag in his pond, young prince Thomas, yet with every plan, there are holes, like Thomas is terrible secret, and the determined prince Peter, who is planning a daring escape from his imprisonment. Wizards, dragons, princes, there isn't a market for the eyes of the dragon. I just can't believe it. So who is going to star in this thing? This character, the evil wizard flag is someone who has appeared in like 9 or ten of Stephen King's stories is a recurring character in different forms. I found one website Josh that described him as the ultimate villain of the king multiverse. And he appears first, I think, in the stand, and he's described as a tall man of no age in old blue jeans, a denim jacket, an old cowboy boots. And then in eyes of the dragon he shows up as a thin and stern face man of about 50, despite being much older, he hides himself under a dark cloak and most of his magic comes from spells, potions, and poisons. So in my head, I immediately go like Voldemort. You know, like Ralph Fiennes ish, maybe Mark rylance, some other British guy or a European actor, maybe a Mads Mikkelsen. I'm going to go against type. I'm going to cast an actor in this role as this ultimate evil villain. I'm going to cast an actor who just exudes empathy and warmth and everything that's right with the world. And that's Keanu Reeves. I know he's John Wick and he's a baddie there, or he's a badass. But he's not a bad guy. Remember what launched this whole revenge tale was his dog dying and, of course, a lot of time devoted to losing his wife. So Keanu Reeves, and then here's my director that I'm going to get terrible emails about in social media comments. Because it's a terrible idea. No, don't take another. I know. That's why that's why. That's why it's a terrible idea, Josh. I'm admitting it's terrible because we don't all want
"mark rylance" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"That Cambridge had this history and legacy of creating or not creating. But people act as I admired Emma Thompson, Stephen Fry, a lot of these had been this generation of actors who had gone there. So I went and I put the interesting thing was that when I was at school, you're able to juggle all the things that you were interested in, whether it was music or sport or art, and suddenly, on a course scholarship at Cambridge, because their core or reputation is so extreme King's College Cambridge, Trinity, Johns, that when you're a chorus scholar there, you're a professional singer, you're touring the world, you're singing even song three, four times a week, 5 times a week. And so there's not much room for anything else. And I remember being a bit shocked by that. And so when I was trying to do theater, I remember I did a production of 42nd street and but I would have to be dressed in my costume underneath the Kazakh even song and then sort of run off ripping off there and go and go and do a play straight after. So when I realized that those two things weren't going to mesh, I actually gave up the choral scholarship after a year. But amazingly, that coincided with a moment when it was, it was a 400th anniversary of 12th night. And 12th night had been commissioned by this building in London called the middle temple hall, which is like an ancient lawyers in in London. And back in the day, they had commissioned these lawyers had commissioned Shakespeare to write this play for them. Specific to this hall and the architecture of this hall, 400 years on, the middle temple, which is still the lawyers in commissioned the newly founded globe theater, which Mark rylance was running to put on a commemorative production and all male production as had been original practices. And the casting director for that was looking around to try and find an actor to play viola. Mark was going to play Olivia and they were looking for both viola. Basically an all male production. Exactly that. And so they called up actually my teacher from school.
"mark rylance" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Why are we doing? This is very natural. But put on the actor hat a little bit like, oh shit. He's giving an impassioned speech right now. Did they cut him off? At the very end. But it switches around and we're like, oh, oh, he's doing some acting here. He's really, you know, he's obviously he's acting as well when he's doing comedy. But it's different hats on. And so it's interesting to see him going from one to switching on the other really quick. What I thought it was really interesting, capable and shots work in this role was really cool. Not cool. But I thought it was a really well written character in that she they added a lot of depth to her, but at the same time kept her so shallow the entire time. To kind of see the character that they built around her. And she played it really well. What's like they imply that there's depth to her, but she keeps it bricked off. Oh yeah, basically. Absolutely. And she's like, oh yeah, you know I dated like the last one was a politician before that was before star general. No one had fake teeth in this movie. Oh my God, there were so many fucking videos. Yes. Or whatever the social media was? The Mark rylance. Yeah, he just had the actor's name? Yeah. Yes. And he was almost buggy. I think the only other thing I had seen him in was tinker Taylor soldier spy. And he was in bridges. A bridge fighter. Gary Oldman, BFG, he was the BFG. Oh, I did not see BFG. Do you see ready player one? Yes, he was the founder or whatever like the creator of the game. Gotcha. So I enjoyed it. He was in Dunkirk. I forgot the easy tons of done cars a great movie. I enjoyed it. I don't think I liked it as much as you guys did..
"mark rylance" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Live everywhere on the I Heart radio at top the hour going to get into the story of the Elizabeth Holmes trial starts today. Testimony starts today It's going to be won the world Watching over the next few weeks, several weeks as a matter of fact, so we'll give you some of the groundwork, uh, some of the ground floor stuff that you need to know as we follow this. We're in the middle of what you watching. Wednesday, Mark said that he's really been loving the Disney Plus show. What if It's animated, but it's definitely not a kids show. If you're Marvel fan, the twists the show gives to that universe is simply incredible. I've seen some of the, uh some of the descriptions of it. I haven't watched it yet, but some of the descriptions that would be and it looks pretty cool. Mike wrote to us. Good morning love your show. Issue two. We're on all day. That's nice. My wife and I are watching old mad about you shows. Those were great. Oh, no awesome to go back and watch good shows from the past. I did. I was never a fan of that show. I thought it was cute and spectrum came out and did a new season of Oh, that's right. All riser and Helen Hunt today like in their kid, kid or kids, I think they had like an adult child of my dad. That was weird. And I did not like I did not like that. David says. Hey, Gary and Shannon. First of all, Gary, I thought your joke was funny. Too bad Shannon didn't catch it. Well, it happens. The who joke. Come on. Come on, David, he said he just started watching peaky blinders on Netflix. I've everyone loves that show. I haven't gotten into that. When I finished tax on HBO. They allegedly were going to do another. I don't They didn't call it season. I don't remember what they called it of peaky blinders, but for some reason it got it got But on the back burner because of covid. I don't know if they've started production on it yet, but you finished tax. Yeah, loved it. They'll do a season two. I'm sure of that. I hope so. Um, Matrix four trailer is out. It was had to comic cinemacon their presentation, so We got got the title. Of course, it's called The Matrix resurrections. Um, those who are at the privy to the trailer shared a positive review of it starts with Neil Patrick Harris talking to Chiana Reeves, and it looks like neo is stuck in a dull world. Um, but if you watch the whole thing, it's one of those where it's, uh If you're a fan, I suppose of the Matrix films. You're going to lose your mind. If you've never seen one. You have no idea what's what's going on. And it's one of those. That's I don't know. The only murders in the building on who Lulu is pretty good. I really like it. You You were hesitant to watch it because Steve Martin and Martin short are in it and they've gotten older in our lifetimes like we all have. But they don't appear to be old men. It's not like you're going to wish for the days of 1992, Steve Martin, he and Martin shorter just as great as they were in the nineties. In in this show. It's about three people who live in a building in New York City, and they're all true Crime podcast fans, and there's a dead body in the building. So they decided to do a podcast in real time and investigated themselves and they keep secrets from each other, and they're all kind of suspicious of each other. Her and it's really well done. It's funny. It's cute. It's uh, I don't want to go as far as say, smart, but it's clever. That's how does Selena Gomez hold a wonderfully? Well Yeah, good. Very, very well. I was surprised. Alright if you say so. You said it's on Hulu. So I'll have to check that out. There is a new Netflix show coming out. This is going to be in a couple of months. But it's from Adam McKay. The guy who brought you I'm not mistaken Stepbrothers. An anchorman Adam McKay Oh, And I love it, and it's a show called Don't look up. It's about a couple of scientists, played by Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio, who are warning of an apocalypse like a comet is going to destroy the earth. Well, it's got all kinds of other people in it. It's got Meryl Streep who if I'm not mistaken place, the president Um Cate Blanchett, Tyler Perry, Rob Morgan, Mark Rylance, Ron Perlman, Timothy Shallow May Ariana Grande A, Um Let's see Michael Chiklis, Chris Evans. All of these people in this one show breathing is stressing me, asshole. And, of course, Jonah Hill there as a one of the assistants to the president. Breathing is stressing me as will affect the entire planet..
"mark rylance" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Exit plan. Be really careful about getting caught with saves. You didn't need especially excess. Absolutely, you know, And it's also possible. That story of Arizona stays there and ends up with as many saves in the second half of the season is dead with the is you don't know for sure. You know, I mean, some of these good teams win by more runs than they then you notice. You know, that's why I'm a lancing. The Potter's win a lot of close games. But if you look at the save leaders right now, it's kind of interesting to me like you don't see normalcy there. Yeah, that's all. I don't think I don't think either of us would pick Soriot have more saves than Diaz. If we were going to make a projection, Well, of course not. But my point is fluctuation of the category. Soria could end up getting double digit saves the rest of the year and That Yankee closer may not, you know, so I'm not saying I would trade them one for one. I mean, story is available in every league and Rangers wars is available. Mostly exam. What's your? What are your ranges for? The Yankee Closer and for Soria, give me the low and the high end for each of them for the same number Because I know you're big on the projected numbers. Could Soria get five saves from on the rest of the way? Yes. Yankee closer. I think it's hard. I think it's obvious. Something's wrong with him. You can have that many walks and everything be okay, so I don't mean to like Edward G s is 18 saves. I don't think Suri is gonna, but he might only get 10 the rest of the way to Yeah. So, you know, you look at their starting pitching now They have Pittsburgh like seven straight times coming up, so he's going to get a couple saves there. But I don't know. I mean, like, either Cleveland closer right now they have 11 and nine clause A and Karen shack. You know, I could see a scenario where Kendall Graveman gets more saves than that. Could see a scenario where I guess Hansel Robles. If he's untradable, you know can end up with that many saves. Certainly Trevino could get that many saves us the way I guess. Rangers words could Jordan Ramana could Sorry it could. That's the whole point here is that you want to sell high on some of these saves because Mark Rylance is not. He's got 26 saves the break. He ain't getting 52. Right, right. Yeah. Yeah, going back to the fluctuation. The first thing I look at it is I can envision the scenario by which Taylor Rogers, who is in a partnership closer situation himself and could be traded gets more than both of the San Francisco guys gets more than the names that you would just mentioned gets more than anybody in the Tampa Bay bullpen gets more than Trevino and gets more than Graveman. I can see a scenario by which that Spring, Kyle in now and get to your hash Browns. That we were gonna plug one name for the futures draft situation. Casey sake. My second cousin's supposed to be a top 10 round pick or so? So that would be cool if he gets, uh Get some shine. Just want to get isn't Where is he from? Rochester, New York. You want school of Greece? Athena? So he is, uh, high school kid High school kid expected to get some run. He's going to Virginia if he doesn't, you know. Isn't happy with the draft slot. But it's fun. I'll be watching the draft for a reason You buried your lead. I Yeah, that weeks ago I got to read about them today. There we go Sandwich. I think it's trapped and decide to go. Then you can write a bottom. No point in writing the bottom if he's going to college, but We'll see where that goes. That's exciting, either way. Hash brown start with Jackson, not a high school guy. More of a pro here, Michael Conforto. You want to know what in the world he can do with him? He was so excited entering the year with them, but things have not exactly panned out. Yeah, I think that's a safe something to make his batting 200 with two home runs, and I neglected to put him in my article about the lowest slugging percentage is the other day. I don't know. Mind. Maybe it wasn't a qualifier because he missed so much time. Yeah, He's not looking where I should have dug a little bit further. Their results in guys basically, who were qualified for the batting tile, Conforto slug into 84 still taking walks, But he's not driving the ball and I'm looking at his exit velocity numbers and they're not good. And my goodness. He's not hitting lefties at all horrible against lefties, but he's really horrible things right is to like I have guys like this, like for similar purposes, and I'm like, all right, At least I can platoon them next year. But in the fancy that you can't do that, like comforters, bounding to 14 against righties and slugging 3 21. So I haven't seen a lot of Mets games were like before has done much. But his contact rate is the same as it was the last couple of years. Battle is lower. But that's not all All this is. What is it about and K rates down is a very weird situation. Walk rates up. If it's just a low exit velocity likes up. Maybe he's hurt. He's hitting more grounders. So that ties to is there something going on us. Statcast is also saying he's been massively unlucky. It's 40. It's more than 40 points. Now it's 49 points of batting average in terms of the expected number, and the weighted on base is 61 point split. That's pretty severe bad luck. Would agree. Ah, but I mean, like most of the guys, well, it was about half and half of the guys that I wrote about. Would you say Conforto is a guy you would buy as like a top 30 out for the rest of the way Are you giving up on the season? If it's like yelling, and something's wrong with him like a back injury, then I'm not buying So the issue at that price point is that if he was a top 25 or so, outfielder coming into the year, and I thought he would regress in batting average this year in the first place, underperforming makes me want to get them cheaper. I'd have to be getting him at like a top 40 like a borderline ESPN Standard starter price. All right. I think I'm not. I'm not going there. I'm not doing it all right next. Adam wants some names for favorite closers in waiting that he can stash now over the break for potential saves over the final month. That's a good idea. Yeah, I mean, in a way, you're looking at team that are trying to trade their closer like the Rangers with Ian Kennedy. So, like Texas who's next in line there is that Josh so bores or Joely Rodriguez? But they're not gonna get a lot of saves. If Arizona find somebody to take Joakim Soria, I don't even know who's next there. I mean, I know who's in that bullpen right now. Um, next in line, I go down the list here. Baltimore if you didn't go Fender bender vendor, I think benders already the closer Like. That's why I didn't name him because I think he's already 50 50 there. He's not added like that, that that was the case. So we're throwing the name because it's probably your last shot..
"mark rylance" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Your saves Exit plan. Be really careful about getting caught with saves. You didn't need especially excess. Absolutely, you know, And it's also possible. That story of Arizona stays there and ends up with as many saves in the second half of the season is dead with the is you don't know for sure. You know. I mean, some of these good teams win by more runs than they then you. You notice, you know? That's why Melissa and the putters win a lot of close games. But if you look at the save leaders right now, it's kind of interesting to me like you don't see normalcy there. Um, that's all. I don't think I don't think either of us would pick Soriot have more. Saves them. Diaz if we were going to make a projection, no, of course not. But my point is fluctuation of the category. Soria could end up getting double digit saves the rest of the year and The Yankee closer, may not, but you know, so I'm not saying I would trade them one for one. I mean, sorry, is available in every league and rangers towards is available. Mostly examples here. What are your ranges for the Yankee closer and for Soria, give me the low and the high end for each of them for the same number because I know you're big on the projected numbers. Could Sawyer get five saves from on the rest of the way? Yes. Yankee closer. I think it's heart. I think it's obvious. Something's wrong with him. You can have that many walks and everything be okay, so I don't mean to like everybody else is 18 saves. I don't think Suri is gonna, but he might only get 10 the rest of the way too. Yeah. So You look at their starting pitching. They have Pittsburgh like seven straight times coming up, so he's going to get a couple saves there. But I don't know. I mean, like, either Cleveland closer right now they have 11 and nine clauses and Quran shock. You know, I could see a scenario where Kendall Graveman gets more saves than that. I could see a scenario where, I guess founds a robust if he's untradable, you know, can end up with that many saves. Certainly Trevino could get that many saves us the way I guess. Rangers swerves Could Jordan Ramana could Sorry it could. That's the whole point here is that you want to sell high on some of these saves because Mark Rylance is not. He's got 26 days of the break. He ain't getting 52. Right? Right? Yeah. Yeah, Going back to the fluctuation. The first thing I look at is I can envision the scenario by which Taylor Rogers, who's in a partnership closer situation himself and could be traded gets more than both of the San Francisco guys gets more than the names that you just mentioned gets more than anybody in the Tampa Bay bullpen gets more than Trevino and gets more than Graveman. I can see a scenario by which that Bring Kyle in now and get to your hash Browns. That we were gonna plug one name for the futures draft situation cases sake. My second cousin's supposed to be a top 10 round pick or so so I would be coffee. It's uh Get some shine. Just want to get, isn't it? Where is he from? Rochester, New York. You want to school of Greece? Athena? So he is, uh, high school kid High school kid expected to get some run. He's going to Virginia. If he doesn't, you know. Isn't happy with the draft slot. But it's fun. I'll be watching the draft for a reason You buried your lead. I Yeah, that weeks ago I got to read about them today. There we go. So, uh, I think it's drafted decides to go, then you can write a bottom. No point in writing the bottom if he's going to college, but We'll see where that goes. It's exciting either way. Hash brown start with Jackson, not a high school guy. More of a pro here, Michael Conforto. You want to know what in the world he can do with him? He was so excited entering the year with them, but things have not exactly panned out. Yeah, I think that's a safe assumption to make his batting 200 with two home runs, and I neglected to put him in my article about the lowest slugging percentage is the other day. I don't know. Maybe it wasn't a qualifier because he missed so much time. Yeah, it's fucking fire. I I should have dug a little bit further. Their results in guys basically, who were qualified for the batting toe Conforto slug into 84 still taking walks, But he's not driving the ball and I'm looking at his exit velocity numbers and they're not good. And my goodness. He's not hitting lefties at all horrible against lefties, but he's really horrible things right is to like I have guys like this, like for similar purposes, and I'm like, all right, At least I can pull tune them next year. But in a fancy that you can't do that, like confirms, bending to 14 against righties and slugging 3 21. So I haven't seen a lot of Mets games were like before. It was done much, but his contact rate is the same as it was the last couple of years. That it is lower. But that's not all. All this is. What is it about and care rates down is a very weird situation. Walk rates up. Yeah, it's just a low exit velocity like something. Maybe he's hurt. He's hitting more grounders. So that ties to is there something going on us That guess is also saying he's been massively unlucky. It's 40. It's more than 40 points. Now it's 49 points of batting average. In terms of the expected number, and the weighted on base is 61 point split. That's pretty severe bad luck. I would agree, but I mean, like most of the guys, well, it was about half and half of the guys that I wrote about. Would you say Conforto is a guy you would buy as like a top 30 out for the rest away. Are you giving up on the season? If it's like yelling, and something's wrong with him like a back injury, then I'm not buying So the issue at that price point is that if he was a top 25 or so, outfielder coming into the year, and I thought he would regress in batting after this year in the first place, underperforming makes me want to get them cheaper. I'd have to be getting him at like a top 40 like a borderline ESPN Standard starter price. All right. I think I'm not. I'm not going there. I'm not doing it all right next. Adam wants some names for favorite closers in waiting that he can stash now over the break for potential saves over the final month. That's a good idea. Yeah, I mean, in a way, you're looking at team that are trying to trade their closures like the Rangers with Ian Kennedy. So, like Texas who's next in line there is that Josh Subordinate or Joely Rodriguez? But they're not going to get a lot of saves. If Arizona find somebody to take Joakim Soria, I don't even know who's next there. I mean, I know who's in that bullpen right now. Um, next in line, I go down the list here. Baltimore you didn't go Fender Bender Bender. I think vendors already the closer Like. That's why I didn't name him because I think he's already 50 50 there. He's not added like that, that that was the case. So we're throwing the name because it's probably your last shot..
"mark rylance" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"One hundred dogs. They'll run picture. Mark rylance take dalmatian packed at dunkirk. This november from this slide. We have to go and fight. You can fires a gun in front of an all mark. Bridges spies won a movie. What you were so good in that such a such a nuanced performance. What if you played the dad in the aristocrats Marta teeth into that. I've already played the big fighting giant baldy every bar the but wants to be cat. Taku awesome eighty saw lack of representation for one hundred one dalmatians in ready player. One they better fixed ready player. Five hurt twos happening. Well the book came out. I saw that trailer today. Again for the Ryan reynolds video game and we're just doing ready player movies. This is the weird problem about this mcclay post pandemic at all because so many people are still dying. You should get vaccinated by the way if you can see your point if you can. I'm not trying to not saying every tower but this weird world in which bad movies were coming out a year and a half ago are still coming out and what. Where am i what what what you don't have it's like what literally i. What is it and it's not christmas. I saw bond trailer again today. And i swear. I've been like trapped in some wizards crystal. Free it really is like that dude. He just like care. Bears do episode also very filthy. But the thing. Here's the thing. I don't know it's funny. You brought up a free man. Because i don't know if it's just like the straight up going to the movies for over a year whatever but when i saw a fucking spiral. They had a trailer for freeman. Yeah and in that moment. I will tell the truth to you now. I was like okay. Because.
"mark rylance" Discussed on Faffing with Friends
"I've got a copy. I've read some of. It is just not my cup of tea. The weights written the tents that it's written but the show my goodness mark rylance. Does he steals the show. He does such an amazing performance older custody. But it's so well written at least the first three episodes are a bit Slow to get going once in it. Oh my goodness like it's so well done. It's so well executed. This was I think this was I think i was watching this either before. Brexit happened or just off the brexit happened. And for me it just really sealed was before zia before the referendum. It retrospect it really sealed. How conflict works like for example. You have a glimpse of what the reformation was like. And how henry goes immediately from catherine of aragon all the way straight to and berlin and it ends with henry meeting jane cmo ad will. That's what surname of the and unfortunately ended the show there and they haven't made a sequel and i'm just so devastated. It's been five years now and they could they did. That's probably the bbc's rival game of franz even though they used to game franz. But who or i think. I'm sorry they used to roam. I got my. Hbo has mixed up And i don't know why they ended up because he could have done so but that also the lost kingdom is on netflix. It's pretty good. It's it's not always accurate. The way they depict on the historical period of the saxons king. alfred. His son at would and so on. But it's also a very great talks about you know how the vikings came and try to invade and take over stuff that you might be interested in if you can't you playing excessive discreet valhalla. Definitely go wash loss kingdom but yeah sorry this this brings us to something. I like a lot. And i think we like world big history mar or not great. History cyclists brings us to. There are a lot of good historical drama hoplessly like we all talked about mentioned how we all liked tutors because it shows a period of henry the eighth that usually get skipped over what you've taught in schools here in the uk it gives you more like insight into him is. This is normal royal life. Not just what he was like. Invading franz getting his leg missed upward killing his wife. I thought that was fascinating. I think another really fun at least halfway of it or a bit more than half. Vikings is a historical drama. Only because travis fill the such a good job playing right our loft brooke The you know the legendary figure that we don't even know if he was really real historically..
"mark rylance" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"I'm getting most information from this book. Called the greatest movies. You'll never see edited by simon grant on great book. That basically is the part of the list that i have So jimmy one second. Find the page. 'cause i didn't mark them down some stupid. A i talk about the tacoma mentioned is that technically if became a movie. So the first one i want to talk about is the trial of the chicago. Seven okay this. This one was made aaron. Sorkin wrote it and he eventually directed but the development of this very interesting. I want to come to trial with chicago. Seven at some point in the future but Basically the whole thing started with spielberg asking sorkin to come over and tell him. I wanna do a movie about the riots in of chicago In sixty eight and subsequent conspiracy trial sorkin. Sorkin said great awesome. He left and he called his dad and he said his dad and he said dad what happened in sixty eight in chicago. And what was the trial that he had no idea what what is but he did. The research in in spielberg initially wanted out in time for the election. Which would have been. I believe the reelection of president bush. The former president president w bush so I'm gonna assume most people know what happened. But basically there were riots that occurred during anti protests anti-vietnam inanity war protests in the middle of chicago Headed by what they consider the chicago seven. abbey hoffman. Jerry rubin Thomas hayden rennie davis Dave dellinger leaf ryan's and John franz emily whiner and bobby seale who was who was the head of the panthers at the time was also there as well. Now the interesting thing about this is spielberg was fascinated by this name. Wanted to do this as a movie. So in in in this he what his what happened so spielberg and he had to producers walter parks in large laurie. Macdonald on there had the film in development from two thousand and seven. The the project moved from the back burner after the director wrapped indiana jones and the cayman crystal skull. Sasha bearing sir baron. Cohen was to be abbie. Hoffman spielberg were set to meet heath ledger to play. Thomas haden and philip seymour. Hoffman was set to play william kuntsler. Now he's now. That part was eventually taken over by mark rylance and then will smith was set to play. Bobby seale And will smith said at the time. When steve is ready he will send it. He told me the film dates. So i can be free. It's not a hundred percent. Sure thing yet. But i'm confident And when they were interviewing spielberg The interview earlier said he spied headshots of three different actors..
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"And directed by Aaron Sorkin, Starring Sasha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yaya Abdul Mateen, the second and Mark Rylance, now playing on Netflix awards eligible USDA says as much as 40% of American food ends up in landfills where it adds to greenhouse gasses. So what can you do to help planning what you're going to eat? Before you go to the store and checking what you have in your pantry? To make sure that you're purchasing things that you're going to need? So that when you brought the food into your home? You're actually using all of it. Welcome to greater L A on KCRW. I'm Steve. Do you take us are serious on waste continues in a moment. Also hear from a teacher at what's called an environmental school whose let's just say, quite demanding on her kids. I make my students touch worms with no gloves, and by the way, there's some other digging in the dirt soon about to happen on Mars. We don't think there are worms there. New Rover is about to touch down. Once we're on the ground. We use the 32 cameras that we have to survey the landscape and choose a safe route to navigate that landscape We'll get to exploring after the news. And Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 6 30 Health insurance giant Blue Shield of California has been tapped to run the state's vaccine system, Officials say they're hoping that the outside administrator will help ramp up what's been a slow and confusing system of vaccine distribution. Yesterday, New State government Operations Secretary Alondra Richardson said this third party will be responsible for allocating doses directly to providers. That network is going to include Public health systems, pharmacies, public hospitals, community clinics, pop ups and mobile sites, and we'll include partnerships like with our labor partners. The contract with Blue Shield is still being finalized. Kaiser Permanente also going to help in the effort to pick up the pace. Both companies based in Oakland, State officials said they expect the transition to the new system to happen sometime in mid February. Filming production in L. A has been battered by the covert 19 pandemic, but it may be showing some signs of life. Salmela coordinates film permits in L. A county and found that towards the end of the year, television saw a rise in production and the number of streaming project scheduled in 2020 increased by over 25%. Overall filming was down by about half last year compared to 2019 and the number of total on location shoot days was the lowest in film Ella's 25 years of service to the region. New Mountain line was just discovered in the Santa Monica Mountains. Biologists are calling him Pete 95. He's a welcome addition to a dwindling Southland population, and there's some more good news that could help the near extinction species. This year will be a Torah. Austrian reports of fundraising campaign for a Wildlife crossing has reached its goal. The Save Ella Cougars campaign from the National Wildlife Federation raised a whopping $18 million That money will go towards building an animal crossing over the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills. The hope is that by giving wildlife a safe way to cross the freeway cutting through their habitat, fewer animals will be hit. Over the years, several mountain lines have died while trying to cross the region's multi lane freeways. Shrinking habitat has also contributed to our area's declining big cat population. Biodiversity should get a boost with the wildlife crossing, too. It'll reconnect a long, fragmented ecosystem in an area globally recognized for its range of flora and fauna. And no word yet on when construction will begin. L A county supervisors have heard options for removing Sheriff Alex being a waiver from his elected post. Relationship between the board in the sheriff anything but friendly. The board voted to look at ways to remove the sheriff. They say he has not been transparent and has consistently pushed back on accountability and efforts to roll back critical reforms. Being a wave of said today that the board is wasting their quote political capital. Every single thing I'm doing in office is exactly what I can paint on to do. And they're moving the gold posts on me. Supervisors were presented with four legal options for removing the sheriff, but it seems like they're willing to wait to see how California Attorney General Javier are. Bashir's investigation into the department will pan out. Last week, he launched a probe to see if there is a pattern or practice of unconstitutional policing. The L. A Sheriff's Department. It's 6 33. You're listening to greater l A on kcrw. The show that connects you to the people and the places of Southern California. Hey there. I'm Steve Here, take us in today's journey. Begins under these giant sprinklers. The farm on the northern border of San Diego County. It is a small, quiet patch.
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"Redmayne, Yaya Abdul Mateen, the second and Mark Rylance, now playing on Netflix awards eligible Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying the FBI is attempting to identify potential threats among the very people now assigned to protect Washington, D. C during the presidential inauguration. It is vetting 25,000 National Guard troops. The unprecedented level of security head of Joe Biden's inauguration Wednesday was prompted by the deadly trump fueled attack on the U. S. Capitol. January 6. Pace of covert 19 vaccinations is speeding up a 13 million doses administered so far, Here's NPR's Allison Aubrey. I spoke to Josh Sharfstein of Johns Hopkins. He's a contender for the top host at the FDA. He says the approach that Biden is outlined to use more mobile clinics and federally qualified health centers as vaccination shots sites that should help reach people in hard to reach marginalized communities who may be hesitant. Lines Goals 100 million doses in the 1st 100 days. Most Atlanta events marking the Martin Luther King Jr holiday or virtual this year because of the pandemic. One will feature a new elected US senator. Here's W A. B E s a mill, Moffett. The traditional parade celebrating the Martin Luther King Jr holiday will not be held because of covert 19. The weeklong celebration of King's legacy has been taken place virtually with it online Church service this morning. King's daughter, Bernice King and the Reverend T. D. Jakes will speak along the Georgia Senator elect Raphael Warnock. Warnock is the pastor of Ebeneezer Baptist Church, the same place where both King and his father preached. This is NPR. From KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser. With this local news update. Armed supporters of President Trump rallied at some state capitals over the weekend. The events by a large were small, though, and there was no repeat of the violence that occurred at the U. S Capitol earlier this month. But Burbank Congressman Adam Schiff, who heads up the House Intelligence Committee, says officials are still on high alert for Wednesday's inauguration of President elect Joe Biden, speaking on CBS has face the nation ships said that people are coming to Washington D C with weapons and he says there's a massive security presence in place. It reminds me of visiting Baghdad going to the green zone and seeing s O much military presence and barricades. I never thought I would see that in her own capital or that it would be necessary, But there is a profound threat from domestic violent extremists. Meanwhile, shift is backing calls from some former intelligence officials to deny President Trump intelligence briefings when he leaves office. That's a courtesy that's typically extended to former occupants of the White House. I don't think he can be trusted with it now and in the future. He certainly can't be trusted. Indeed, there were. I think any number of intelligence partners of ours around the world who probably started withholding information. From us because they didn't trust the president would would would safeguard that information to protect their sources and methods. Schiff also blames what he calls a massive intelligence and security failure for the breach of the capital on January 6th and vowed that it would be investigated. Fire crews in Southern California will be on high alert of the next few days due to a change in the weather. Santa ANA winds are rolling into town as KCRW's Matt Dillon reports. You can keep the floppy sun hat out, but you're going to have to hold on to it. Starting tonight. Meteorologists expect Southern California to be battered by the Santa ANAs gusts will blow through the region from Santa Barbara to the inland empire with speeds that could reach up to 80 MPH and wind prone areas or high elevations. National Weather Service is warning the winds could be strong enough to cause power outages, knock over trees and make driving high profile vehicles dangerous. As we come off a weekend that was more July than January. The bone dry conditions mixed with howling winds means the risk of wildfires is also going up. Many parts of the region will be under a fire Weather watch That's slated to begin late tonight and last into Wednesday for many places. Making our way through the week expect to cool down and four things to feel a bit more like normal by Friday. Highs across the region are forecast to be in the low sixties with a chance of showers that evening..
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"Seconds and Mark Rylance, now playing on Netflix awards eligible way, know that political conspiracy theories compose a real threat to democracy, But they're also straining family relationships. I'm embarrassed. About where my father's mental state is. But I also am devastated because I feel like I've lost him How conspiracies like Cuban on have pushed some relationships to the breaking point. And what can be done to fix them on the next? All things considered from NPR News? All things considered starts today at 2 30 on KCRW. And now Emma Donovan in the put backs. Please. Finally true. Um, Mr Henry. And not Marie Hsia. Four months only days without you second till Look big enough to measure all this star. Dodger can small, so I tidied.
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"Also, uh, no. So her do in deep red Bartow County. Many Republicans expressed concerns with 24 7 absentee drop boxes, vote counting and the machines picked by the GOP legislature. One voter even called the police to investigate a mysterious connection to China. It was just a power court. Republican monitor, Judy Kilgore says it helps to see things with your own eyes and to know that your friends and neighbors that you trust are the ones doing the counting. I can personally hear them. I can walk around the tables. I can observe what they're doing. Observing how the electoral sausage gets made isn't just something for skeptical Republicans. Democratic monitor. Karen Kendall threw herself into volunteering this year at the age of 71, in part because she wanted to help take partisan politics out of the way our votes are counted. I think we just need to Talk about the process and explain it to people because their elections are safe, and they are fair. As Georgia's legislature gets back to action, some Republican lawmakers have promised to crack down on absentee ballots after spending weeks, spreading misinformation and false claims of fraud. There are signs changes might not be so extreme. Three senators who backed lawsuits trying to overturn George's election results have been silently removed from committee chairmanships. And the House will appoint a bipartisan commission to look at what might come next for NPR news. I'm Stephen Fowler in Cartersville, Georgia. The U. S government carried out its first execution of a female inmate in nearly 70 years. Early this morning, the Supreme Court cleared the way for the Federal Bureau of Prisons to put Lisa Montgomery to death. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports and a warning. This report contains details that listeners may find disturbing. Lisa Montgomery was pronounced dead at 1 31 in the morning after a marathon legal battle that began late Monday when a judge in Indiana issued a stay of her execution. It was an all day and late night flurry of appeals over if and when Montgomery would be put to death. That ended when the Supreme Court issued a final ruling at midnight. As the execution began, a woman removed Montgomery's facemask and asked if she had any last words, she responded No, and said nothing else. Attorney Kelly Henry had argued all along that her client had brain damage and suffered from severe mental illness. She said that everyone who participated in Montgomery's execution should feel shame. We do not execute people in this country who have Her type of history of torture, abuse and no illness. Montgomery was sentenced to death in 2008 for killing 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett in Missouri. Stinnett was eight months pregnant when Montgomery strangled her, cut the baby from her womb and tried to pass the child off as her own. Montgomery was the first of the final three federal inmate scheduled to die this week before President elect Joe Biden, a death penalty opponent is inaugurated a federal judge, But the executions of the two men on hold with Montgomery's death 11 people on death row have been executed by the Trump administration since July. Cheryl Corley NPR NEWS Chicago Thistles. NPR news This is morning edition on W N. Y C. I'm David first President. Trump made a quick trip to the southern border yesterday to highlight his immigration agenda. He considers it one of the major accomplishments of his presidency. We'll have that story coming up in about 15 minutes. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from Netflix, presenting the trial of the Chicago Seven. Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, Starring Sasha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yaya Abdul Matina Second and Mark Rylance, a Netflix awards eligible new.
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"Blake Stubbs. We covered Chicago movies before we move on just real quickly. What's your favorite movie that was filmed and set in Chicago? Building said in Chicago. Oh, absolutely a thief. I love thief. I could watch Thief any day of the week. I'm a big Michael Mann. That too. I have to. I have to confess. But I also love his L a work one of my favorites of this past year. Was the trial of the Chicago seven. That was such a good movie Now. Was that ever in theaters? No, that was a Netflix produced. Well, okay. The short answer is no because it was widely released on Netflix. But it did. I believe do what a lot of films Netflix does do, and I think they were able to get a screen somewhere, so that if it was any pick up with the Oscars They can say it did have a theatrical release. It is the type of film that could maybe one day get a short theatrical relief. Um, because Netflix, you know will do that if it has to overcome any hurdles with criteria for awards submission, But honestly, this was produced to be released on Netflix. On guy thought it was an excellent pairing of Aaron Sorkin with the cast have to work with. I mean fashion. Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Mark Rylance. Why I could not be a bigger fan of I thought that this movie was maybe and again. This is Erin circuit of a bigger in circumstance. So over the many years I've tried to see his material age. You know? How does it aged with today's, uh, you know, current political climate. This was a movie that I think hit at a good time. I think this was a very well made production. I think that the cast was outstanding. And I think that if you like watching and listening there in Cirque and dialogue, it's filled with little Easter eggs that the fans are gonna love. Um, I know that at some point, it's like he needs to get some new Eastern, like, well, he puts him in there because they're Sure for the things you know, like it. Z like his language is his thing. But I found Sasha Baron Cohen on Mark Rylance, particularly to be outstanding in the incredible Sasha Baron Cohen. Wow nailed it. I'm absolutely huge favorite in that film for me was Michael Keaton. How cool was he? Yes, it is proof that an actor can take what I would what I would call a small amount of screen time because he wasn't like a main star of the film and make a massive impact and and proof that there are no small parts is small actors and Michael Keaton is more on the titan level, in my opinion when he when he gets the right We get the right material. He really brings the juice. I also wanna give a shout out to particular after that has been breaking out the last couple of years. Yeah, Yeah. Abdul Mateen, the second who was on watchman playing Dr Manhattan on HBO this last year. He's in this film. He will also be in the candy man film that will be released in 2021. This guy is outstanding. I have not seen him be bad in anything. Not that I would expect you to be bad, but I mean, he just every time I see him. I'm like, Wow, this guy's got it and and in this particular Film he was. He was quite a presence for the limited time he was given, because of course, these are all historical characters. So like if you're watching, and you know the story of the trial, the Chicago seven. He's only there for a particular short period of time. But what an impression in my opinion, one of the things you mentioned it was historical. The character of Lee whiner was totally different than what he really looked like. He looked like Abbie Hoffman's brother. He had the beard the Afro the whole nine yards. In the movie, he was clean cut. Which was, you know a bit of a stretch, and I think that was because he wasn't that big of a player. In the film on day and they didn't want to take away from Sasha Baron Cohen. I'm sure you know, I think I think they do. They kind of allow it toe visually. It's a downplay so that you know who do it just your focus to at all times, and that's one of those. Dramatic licensing issues that you'll run into. I think whether it's theatrical or cinematic. It happens all the time. Lee whiner on Ah, show Ah, great interview with him and he is such a cool guy. He is an incredible dude like a real deal, hippie and he was just so down to Earth and Oh, it was great. It was great. All right, before a couple more things about well, the year 2020 in in in film, the number one grossing star off 2020. I found was Samuel L. Jackson, who is in like four movies. He was number one, Dwayne Johnson was in number two stars making money out of movies. Right when you do for movies in the year, you're gonna make some money, right? Yeah. I don't know. You would hope you would hope? Yeah. Do you know I don't know if you saw there was a commercial with Samuel L. Jackson was for capital One who? He, You know he does commercial for him. With Santa and Santa was John Travolta. And they're talking. You know, Samuel Jackson makes a great offer from Capital one. And John Travolta says, Well, you know, that's a great offer, You know, have you are you have you been good? Have you done with the bad words? Those air? That's his question to Samuel L. Jackson. He goes, Yeah. Hit John Travolta as Santa wraps and says Ho ho. I don't think so. That was so hysterical. So I had to get I had to get that in. Um I know a big You're a big fan of this movie, which was incredible. It wasn't 2020. It came on 2019, right. Once upon a time in Hollywood. Yeah. So I am a big fan of once upon a time in Hollywood and in 2020, You know, everybody talks about how they were locked, You know, Shut in. You know, you had to find ways to escape. And what What is your form of escapism? I think became a question. Everybody in some form or another had the answer. For me. One of the pinnacles of it was two years ago have at this point. Now we're almost two years removed from it once from the time in Hollywood came out because it's you know, night 2019 was just a 2019. I was so excited for that film. I saw that film with the music box in Chicago. I saw it in 70 millimeter with a packed house full of people. It was probably my last Big cinematic experience, because I I come up to Chicago because I'm down in Peoria, but I went to Chicago for cinematic experiences all the time. Specifically at the music box. I love that fear. On For me. I feel like cinema is a great way to escape. Once upon a time in Hollywood is a big one. For me. I love the characters. I think the movie is goes on a bit of a wild ride, but I also just think it's about people at a certain point. And what Los Angeles in 1969 looks like a lot of the buildings and things that you see are still there, and they all look almost identical like the Cinerama Dome..
"Welcome to film spotting, we will get to our Nolan Review Awards. Later in the show, we might have an for those awards picked out by. Then we might not. We will share our awards for favourite supporting performance and lead performance from this retrospective of the work of Christopher Nolan will also share our picks for best Nolan moment in the overall best moment or seen after we have revisited all ten of Nolan's films and that will culminate with our Christopher Nolan rankings. The definitive Christopher ranking for each of us one to ten will there be some shifting Adam Gimme a tease. Shifts definitely from the last time, I posted a Nolan ranking on letterbox. There's been some movement Yep me too one I think you'll like I don't know if you'll like it enough, but you will like it I though the World War Two movie from Christopher Nolan that we didn't know we needed dunkirk. The enemy tanks stop. Why? Why waste precious tanks when they can pick from the. Barrel. Their full hundred thousand men only speech. Your position. Josh, coming into this rewatch was that done kirk is Christopher, Nolan's best film and there's at least one longtime listener and regular commentator who agrees with you that we are culminating this overview triumphantly with the filmmakers greatest achievement Adam Grossman in Vancouver says like many of us. I've completed my Christopher Nolan Review. Biggest takeaway hoover is a really hard were dispel. Well, second takeaway. I've decided dunkirk is Nolan's career highpoint while my heart loves interstellar the most good on you Adam and I. Hugely Admire. and. The Dark Knight for what they meant to Action Cinema and Superhero movies respectively dunkirk is his masterpiece got laid down for you tenant. I just don't know how anyone could argue that the legend of dunkirk could be told any better the setup and the first eight minutes alone from the falling paper from the sky to the distress. Cry of where's the bloody air force is a wonder of a short film. In itself, the lack of dialogue works perfectly for what this movie wants to achieve with. Hans. Zimmer's relentless scored doing all the audio work that's necessary among all the chaos. There are frequent moments of grace. Kenneth. Branagh face as Commander Bolton as the cavalry arrives in the form of the civilian vessels the empathy as Peter Tells Killian Murphy's PTSD soldier. The young George will be okay and no moment more than the shot. Be Okay and no more than a shot of Tom Hardy's planes silently gliding over the beaches of dunkirk knowing his job has been done. dunkirk is also uniquely Christopher Nolan Movie One where his signature use of time has never melded together better and more cohesively than it does in the final twenty minutes of this film while Dunkirk will understandably never be a wholly enjoyable or easy rewatch. It's one that gets richer and richer with repeat viewing. Now, Adam Mention Nolan signature use of time, and that is one aspect of dunkirk among others that certainly connects to his entire body of work. But there are other aspects that Mark Dunkirk is unique. It is only film that is based on historical events, which means it is inherently rooted in the past and yet I'd argue it is only film that truly feels present tense meeting there are no. Dead parents or wives or forsaken children or other tragic events haunting the air's barrier played by Tom. Hardy the Moles Army private Tommy fiene whitehead or for the most part the sees Mr Dawson played by Mark Rylance like all Nolan protagonist there's plenty of personal sacrifices on display but no guilt no sense of futility about toning past actions just the seemingly futile need to survive the current event that they. Are Tragically experiencing here's something else that argues unique about dunkirk as we every other commentator on Dolan's work is discussed in some form or fashion for all those dead parents and wives and foresaken children. There's nothing so emotional or borderline sentimental in any of his previous films as the climax of inception and yes, mileage may vary there which led to interstellar and not only mcconaghy's crushing breakdown watching twenty three. Years Worth of miss video messages from his family but the verbalize message love is the one thing we're capable of proceeding that transcends dimensions of time and space. Maybe we should trust that even if we can't understand it, it's hard to imagine any character in previous Christopher Nolan movies saying something like that which led to Dunkirk am I crazy josh this is his most blatantly sentimental and even heart film. And if so is that what establishes Dunkirk as his best its balance of coldness the sober portrayal of the hell of war of life in the misguided choices, some men will make when facing death with warmth. In the compassionate inspiring choices some men will make to maintain a way of life. So a lot of subtleties in that question and you're onto something so you're not crazy I think I would distinguish. The word blatantly, I. Don't think this is blatantly emotional or moving, but I do think you're onto something in the fact that it is maybe his most heartwarming in where it ends up and let me kind of try to parse those. You're right as long as the Nolan Canon has convulsing McConnell. Interstellar is going to be his most blatantly emotional I mean you can't have a scene like that without registering that on it surface. That's his most emotional movie. But I will also say that I find Dunkirk to be his most emotionally affecting movie maybe even more. So than inception, which we about how I did find that very moving especially in the character of Mal. So yet dunkirk is really a unique thing even as it's working within the strands and trends that we have been tracing in Nolan's other films, I. Think the heartwarming aspect is probably a part of that. You've nailed it there in that it brings us to a place that. Is One of Constellation and I think it's earned because I think up until that point we have just been suffering alongside all of these other characters in so many ways and we've also been recognizing as the movie does that this is You know a an account of a military failure, a huge defeat and so for the movie to kind of offer, some sort of solace at the end of that I think is. In proportion and well