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"matt ross" Discussed on WTOP
"WTO news. It's 9 15, I'm del Walters, thanks for being with us. They say there is nothing permanent except change. And that holds true for TV. TV guys Matt Ross tells sandy kozell that this week is all about getting ready to say goodbye to some of your favorites. This is a big farewell season as you know we're already well into the final season of Succession on HBO and they have a real game changing episode on Sunday, but then come Friday we're gonna be saying goodbye to another Emmy winner with Amazon Prime videos. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel that delightful comedy about a pioneering female stand up comedian who's still waiting for her big break and in this final season that begins on Friday. She'll finally get there. There's gonna be some flash forwards at the very cleverly tell you what a huge superstar she became, but we're also still in the early 1960s when she gets a job writing for a TV show. I'm the only female writer in a male's writer room and she's still waiting for that big break for most of the season, but it's really fun to see it and to pay off at the very end is great. So if you've been if you've enjoyed the show now, you'll love it. You'll love it in the final season. Again, that begins Friday on Amazon Prime Video. That show got so much attention. The first couple of seasons and it hasn't gotten as much now, but I think it's still really good. I think they were treading water a little bit that last season. So I think it's really time for her to really make it. And I think people will be satisfied. It's finally happening. Okay, let's go to daytime where there's another transition of familiar name is stepping down. Yeah, after 6 years, Orion Seacrest will be leaving live with Kelly and Ryan and this will be his final week. So there's going to be lots of I'm sure surprise guests and other things going on to really celebrate his time sitting with Kelly ripa and after that happens, you know, this many transitions. She came on after Kathie Lee, she was with Regis. He retired. He had Michael Strahan, and now it's Ryan Seacrest, but he's going to American Idol when it goes live. He's not going to go buy coastal anymore and starting a week from Monday. It will now be called live with Kelly and Mark. It's a total family affair because she'll be sitting next to her husband soap star, Mark consuelos, and he's guest hosted many times, but it will be a throwback to the days when we just used to sit with his wife, joy. So that'll be all in the family going forward a week from Monday. And that is TV guides, Matt rauch, Billy Porter, has become an icon of the LGBTQ community on stage and on screen in June. He brings his black Mona Lisa volume one toward a D.C.'s Warner theater. I was told that my queerness would be my liability and it was for decades until it wasn't. And now my queerness is my superpower. Billy Porter became the first openly gay black man to win a lead actor Emmy by playing pray tell on TV's pose. I'm grateful to have been the first, but I'm definitely not gonna be the last. Pray tell is a three dimensional human being and you can't receive
"matt ross" Discussed on WTOP
"Musicals from the comfort of your home? TV guides Matt Ross joined WTO sandy cosell to talk about some of his favorites that will soon be available. Musicals and musical parodies here because I guess it was in 2021 that Apple TV plus dropped the series schmigadoon, which was a send up of the Rodgers and Hammerstein style old school musical, but it was all done with sort of a jokey thing where this couple walks into this fantasy land and they can't get out until they achieve true love or some such thing, but it was Cecily Strong from Saturday Night Live. Keegan-Michael Key to really great comedians, but the cast had people like Alan cumming and Christian shino with and all kinds of Broadway stars doing this stuff. And it was very clever. And it won an Emmy for its music. But now it's back starting Wednesday, the second season of schmigadoon, they actually go back to this fantasy land, but now it is Schmidt. So it is sending up the 70s musicals, which are little edgier, so send ups of Chicago and cabaret, a lot of those sexy fossey moves are the choreography here with a little side of pippin and sweet charity and the musicals from that era. And Cecily Strong, who is a fan of her, she plays a fan of musicals. She's like, I don't want to be in this. When this one's a lot nastier and at one point, they even like do a mash up of Sweeney Todd and Annie. So they're singing about little kids who are good enough to eat and you're thinking, okay, if you love musicals, you are in hog heaven with schmigadoon. And again, it begins on Wednesday on Apple TV plus. It's really, really fun show. Great. Now let's talk about Greece and the follow up or maybe prequel to that. Yeah, and then the next night on Thursday, paramount plus begins a series that is inspired by Greece. A lot of intellectual property stuff going on in the world of television and streaming. And so we have a prequel called Greece, rise of the pink ladies, and sort of gives you a story about how the girl gang that you got to know from a stalker Channing in the movie and all those girls, how they got their jackets and how they were the outsiders at ride out high and how they all ganged together. There's a lot of original music. There's big production numbers in every episode. Not quite as clever as schmigadoon, but if you like Greece, maybe you'll like rise of the pink ladies. Okay, and briefly to wrap things up more tryouts for to fill Trevor Noah's late night spot? With a bunch of comedians for the first week since January, but starting Monday, they're going to be using the correspondence and the contributors to the show who will be sitting in one a week and the starting with Roy wood junior, who's just hilarious on The Daily Show. So he's going to be at the anchor desk and of course he has quite a quite an amazing week to be doing it. So we'll see what happens there. But in weeks to come, Jordan klepper and Lewis black and all the other ones who you've seen through the years on and they're all really good. So maybe these are the tryouts. We don't know, but nonetheless, that's who you'll see at the anchor desk for the next few weeks on The Daily Show. That's TV guides. Matt rauch, joining us with sandy cosell
Native America Calling
"matt ross" Discussed on Native America Calling
"So this is serious stuff here. This information data there in New Zealand here in the states and it's obviously imperative that as native people, we protect that data in regards to its sovereignty. And how do you do that? Man, how do you protect some of this data that is so easily used in ways that don't necessarily benefit indigenous people? What's the process there for protecting that and ensuring that we have data sovereignty? Yeah, incredibly complicated and so the parts that are administered by the state and certainly in the New Zealand context we have quite a lot of leader managed the governance there. So administrative data collected by the state. We can have Marty governance or advisory boards in place to manage the use of that data. There's also a lot of should we say social and cultural license here. So we're the state gets it wrong. There can be a lot of very strong pushback both in the media and through, especially social media and the population. So I'm reasonably confident that we are making the right steps and the administrative space. We're it becomes a little bit more complicated for us as we have a data held by companies you have facebooks and googles about Marty or even some of the DNA companies. And lots of I don't know how we're going to overcome governance issues there. We've certainly talk of trying to put cultural cultural, what's the word for it? Like plant variety rights. So you can see where the part of Mahdi and the knowledge or the information has come from this sort of tags put on data. So it may not protect and provide data governance, but it provides an identifier for where Mario data is being used. And that once that identifier is more widely used that can potentially help us move to a better governance space. But it's incredibly difficult once it gets data that's in the private sector. Certainly, certainly, and you mentioned Facebook and the whole social media angle as well. And that's on the top of everybody's concerns right now with regard to privacy and data collection with regard to technology. So just a really, really interesting discussion. I want to thank our three guests today. Casey lozar, Alicia Murphy and Matt Ross Scrooge for what's been a really insightful conversation on information and data collection as it pertains to indigenous populations. Join us on native America calling in tomorrow as we talk about new music from native artists. Until then, I'm Sean spruce. Are you a Native American healthcare provider, recovery counselor, social worker, domestic and sexual abuse advocate or traditional healer working in Native American communities, doctor ruby Gibson will begin a 6 month advanced immersion in healing historical trauma. This online masterclass looks through the lens of a 7 generational recovery
Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"matt ross" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"I gotta say, I feel criminal for saying this and I feel terrible for saying this and I feel evil for saying this was veteran right about Fred is is he a murderer? Am I wrong? I'm siding with the biggest monster in television history. Was vector right about Fred? Honestly, I think because I'm not sure if the duffers want to dive into it. We've had me Matt Ross had a whole conversation about what happened that night with Fred. And I don't know if they want to go into it more with season 5. So I'm going to leave a lot of the intricacies of what happened to that. Okay. But I do think that, I mean, you see and you hear a situation that when vec is haunting him in the car, he says, is that why you ran all the way home, and we see the car flipped later. Clearly something happened and Fred left. And I mean, for me, there's a sense of like, how do you react in a situation like that? It's before cell phones. It's before like the ability to really get in touch with someone during an emergency. If something really awful happens and you don't think that you're capable of doing anything to help, what options do you really have, I think he is a kid who gets caught up in a really awful situation and he makes a choice and whether or not that choice is right. I don't know if we're ever going to find out. I don't know if he ever even knows, but he definitely lists the guilt of it for sure. Oh, and by the way, Fred, here you go, here's the zombie family to pile on that guilt. All calling you a murderer and for you. Yeah, here's that just to toast on that for a while. Jeez. So describe for me, Logan, Fred Benson to somebody who's never watched Stranger Things.
The Rich Eisen Show
"matt ross" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Gordon Liddy is here on the rich eisen show big fan of Shea whigham here on the program. Good to see you again, brothers. Thanks for having me. So G. Gordon Liddy is quite the character. As I would just remember him growing up and seeing him on TV before he passed away, and so you play him in this show about the Watergate. Yeah, you know, we deal with 72. So, you know, when they approached me to play Lydia, it's scared really scared me. Because he's so iconic and so much people really started to, you know, find out more about him, post post politics with Miami Vice and what he did with Timothy Leary and so I was nervous to take him on, but yeah, so we dove right in. Yeah, for sure. In terms of characters that you've played and you've played a lot of crazy people. Just coming through the front door here. And your career doesn't take too much of a scroll down your IMDb page to see that you've played some people who've been out there and again, boardwalk empire is one of them. Where does this one rank for you? I think this is, this would definitely be on the Mount Rushmore of those and I think he would probably be at the top. I mean, not to go too deep into it, you know, I don't presumptuous when I talk about the acting part of it. But this one took a lot to put together because again, so much was known and he was, he was. The ultimate, you know, company man, no matter what it took to get the job done, he would do, you know? And so, and he had, he was just, he was just, you know, it was tricky because of how big of a personality is and how deep he would go. And I wanted to make sure that I gave him a fair shot. I said to Matt Ross, a director. I want to make sure that we give him a real fair shot. Don't bring any of your baggage. So we started it neutral with him. And just, you know, built lady from there. I mean, hell of a cast too. I mean, when you're talking about the mitchells Martha and John, being Julia Roberts and Sean Penn. I mean, that's a hell of a pool. She's been great to me. She's unbelievable. This is well as Sean. I've acted with both of them before. And I never, I mean, with her, I never, you never get quite used to being with Julia. What do you mean? She just, she's that big of a star for me. You know what I mean? I'm from mystic river. I mean, excuse me, mystic pizza, you know, satisfaction all the way through and then pretty woman. And then Penn, you know, I like to say I had pins poster on my wall as a young kid, you know? What a spicoli? Yeah, yeah, it's, you know, and everybody, you know, everybody I knew all the guys I knew.
My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"matt ross" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Language the magical language right they use. I mean i know enough to know it exists. And that's a big problem came into england but it also came in through germany and the two are connected right. I mean victoria. And albert were first cousins of the same lineage out of germany and so my work has gone into speculating that somehow the philadelphia experiment was connected to the great frost of ireland but she took place in seventeen forty seventeen forty one that possibly it went back in time created space time caused a great frost and then rothschild was born in forty seventeen forty four. Adam weiss helped was born in seventeen forty eight and the the founder of the what became the british. Royal families was born in seventeen fifty in germany. And i. you know. I've got a. I've got something that i've that i can send you please through. Yeah really go into depth on that. Yeah now now. That person who started the royal family. Do you remember their name by dukes. Feld francis of sachse coburg softball. Wow and the british royal family was calm. It was the house of sachsen coburg goethe until nineteen seventeen and they changed the name via the ross bent again. I've been mentioned him so much. We matt ross in philadelphia is such a brilliant guy but he wrote about this family and their connections to the who sky castle in. What was prussia. I believe. now it's in hungaria. I think i could be very wrong there. But it's like this. You know of allegedly the house pindar you know and that's connected to the sax coburg families hassle. It's all connected. The pen dr has something to do with the dragon. We have something to do with. The the rothschilds was one of their names. They call themselves so the head. Got ahead one you know. And the and they're doing all kinds of bad things to humans anyway could go into a little bit but i don't know yeah. No one does does. Queen elizabeth play a larger role than we've been led to believe in in all this to. She does bear the name elizabethan. Magic i i'm sure they all. I'm sure the royals all new. I'm sure they do. You know. And i don't know if you've heard the story of the missing canadian children. The first nations children You know that we're at orting schools right and then you know finding the bones of the kids and there's all kinds of stories around that if you pull alternative media it's not gonna be in mainstream and since it's not in the mainstream kind of have to look printer places for that information that starts type things together because they've essentially made themselves up objects of worship and veneration in this in our culture. The ones that are behind the genocide of humanity are the ones that we worship. I say you've got the royalty you've got you know the pope you've got others famous people that are involved in this. You know yeah now. Was there any express knowledge on the part of john. D when it comes to lay lines or any of this ancient that were looking into tartari. Have you found any explicit connections there in reading like peterman's book. I think he had an extensive library on atlanta's probably the most extensive one of his day. Who's considered one of the learned. Men of his i. I have no doubt that you know whatever is behind. This had full knowledge of these lightly lines. Because like i said earlier. They seem to do their colonization. Attacks based on or places were located and undoubtedly some places are more powerful than others. Yeah yeah we'll court. Lindahl likens it. I think he put it like this. Like the templar create the template of the temples so that they can have temporal control over the earth. And you know that were temp you know seems to be very significant temple. You know being in the house of the spirit you know and and what's between. What do we have here. We have our and once in the middle here pineal gland and our alamos and you know. I you know i think the bottom line that i i like to tell people is first of all what i say don't take what resonates and you can go outside your front door and start just looking at your community with new is older buildings especially but parks and you know look at the possibility of rivers actually being canals. Because i think it was a massive canal system that we've been taught taught to believe is natural And in masonry banks things like up and then just don't blindly accept everything metro told because that's what they depend on right. You know they get into gas lighting and you know using lies but they at the tell more and more lies to keep covering up their lies. They've dug themselves in so deep. You know people are. I think people are starting to wake up born. See that yeah. Yeah coming back to something. We brought up initially with the age of aquarius. What do you see. You know the future looking like you think more and more people are going to get behind this information. That folks like yourself or bravely uncovering. I think people are going to keep waking up. I don't think we're in this by ourselves. I think we have help. Benevolent beings are guides. Angels god and i do think we're living in amazing times and i also think more light is coming onto the earth and that i'm hoping in the near future. The situation is going to break through more to the public where the public can actually see what's been going on. That's one of the things. I've been hoping for for a long time but i think we're getting closer and closer to that time when things that are going on behind the scenes to hold these. These criminals accountable. It's going to become more and more public knowledge. It's already in alternative media and so it just because they have such control over the mainstream. I think there's a lot of people are compromised. And they're trying to keep the keep. The system propped up so they don't get caught at some point. They're just not going to be able to keep doing that. And i think people are going to start to be held accountable. And i think a lot of been work has been done in that direction in the last couple of years. And they're just waiting for the right moment for.
"matt ross" Discussed on Slate's Working
"Say that we are all the passover broadway creative team we are experiencing something that for me at least as life changing divine. I don't think this is gonna make sense but we've developed among us accompany mantra. Which is that. It comes in threes and we are beginning to build once you have a company mantra and you give people who are as creative and as tapped in and as dedicated and as brilliant as all of my creative team is they know the play they know the changes they know my process we're experiencing something incredibly divine an incredibly beautiful. You've worked on this production. Many of your collaborators with the show for a long time in in many versions had you worked with any of them. Before was the first time working. With donna. Or your first time working with john michael hill or it was my first time working with john. Definitely he got hired for chicago because obviously he's a member of steppenwolf company. It was not my first time working with donna My my sort of the short version of my collaboration with tanya is the very first iteration of passover was a passover at cherry lane mentorship danica applied for that job and i gave it to someone else but at the same agency and so our eight our agent Die glaser was like want to try to make this match happen so we went to a developmental retreat friend nother play of mine called flat sam back in two thousand sixteen and we were like look. Nobody's producing this play but it is a complete play. Let's just work on it to find out if like each other and by the end i was like okay. The slip person. I do want to collaborate with so the next year at cherry lane mentorship. She directed nathan younger. Burkes play eastside stable which was also about The deaths of three young black men. And i and so one of the big questions i have was like okay. This white woman. Direct the my work bright. So i've worked with ron flat sam. Which is a less sourani racial play but it does still contain rates an interracial relationship when i see her brilliantly handle nathan younger birds plant and i still got to step in and say yeah i wanna black woman director and so i get a black woman director and three weeks before we go up. That black woman director goes and gets a tv job. And then i say who. i know. that won't abandon me. Three weeks before steppenwolf is getting started. Who will literally clear schedule. And be a tough convict. Donya toll steph gold. I can't assist you on hamlet or whatever. The fuck was doing new workshop. I gotta go direct. I gotta go to bed. As long as she's been my writer. Die since you have been with this play for a long time and made a very large changes to it between the major productions of it right like the step and the version are not the same play in the three version and the broadway version are not the same play. What has driven that process for you. In terms of wanting to make those the the changes that you've made in each of those productions a moment in which i happen to be writing so when i found out that passover was going to steppenwolf it was the twilight of obama's era So at that point. I was like yeah. There might be an officer character. Bits i you know. I don't think. I even lived with that character and i want it to be ending to be very big keti in in the cherry lane version. You know most kids don't die. there's no also for character. It's just mr and they just your sirens and the sirens are sort of like a placeholder that someone could always becoming but like the doe he never comes and then everybody knows what happened next right. And it's like how am i supposed to give humans the same art objects when the entire world like i'm sitting here saying like a. Are we about to become fucking fascists. Ruined i mean come on now. How am i going to give you especially in play this charged. I can't say the same old bank and then that just kept happening And so you know. We were ready with steppenwolf. The summer. After he had been elected we were ready with lincoln center during the midterm elections. And now this. This is the first breath of fresh air after that regime. Which kind of don't even talk about because we're still dealing with cove it right now. It's like i had a situation where matt ross was like. Hey oh my god. We're starting to get vaccinated. You can go to broadway but because of the stupid self care that i'm committing to. I'm like you know what the one thing i do. Not want to do after a pandemic and a fucking miscarriage is talk about my play. that's a lynching right and say like oh my broadway debut this plane and i don't regret the previous versions of the play but okay. I told that story and you know what happened. More black people died. So we're not gonna do that no more. I'm not gonna do that to myself anymore. I'm not gonna do that to john hill. And i'm not gonna do that to mirror anymore. I'm not going to do that to make creative team. If you want broadway if you're gonna give me broadway. I'm gonna give you the play that i need now. And so the ending no longer features one of the two men getting murdered right. He gets he gets shot. No the end of the play moses. Yeah lives first of all. I don't want to work on lynching play then. I'm sitting there one day. And i literally say to myself and then i called donya course and i said wait a minute dramaturge. Dromedary dramaturge in the play as it stands moses confronts offer and he is becomes the vessel of this divine power that gives him the right to stop offers gun is stick and his words right.
Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"matt ross" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"Hey it's jed came here host of the kids podcast million brazilian where we help dollars make more sense. We answer the questions. Your kids have about money and economy like what is the stock market. And how does it work. Lie do we have to pay tax. Who in renton money. And what is the history of banks. And how do they work. You know the ones that are kind of hard to answer well. We just wrapped our second season. Which man's it's the perfect time to binge all the million brazilian let us teach your kids. How to negotiate the right way learn. Why pizza costs what it does here from some kids who started their own business and more million bazillion find us. Wherever you get your podcasts. On sunday evening a broadway theatre will host the first opening night since march of twenty twenty. The play is called passover and it's one of seven new pieces by black playwrights coming to broadway this season as more than ever before but even after a year and a half. The challenges of opening a show during a pandemic are still very present. Marketplace's stephanie hughes reports. Passover is clear at anti-itch noyon on broadway. Debut think waiting for godot meets the book of exodus on a street corner where two young black men dream of a better life. The full potential to sunday. School old. Reverend mrs be like said. Do you want to cross that river. Jordan not chilin. That's the film version of an earlier. Production matt ross is the producer of this show. He says during previews he's watched people get re accustomed to being audience members. Once they crossed that threshold of getting back into a theater. The muscle memory comes back. And it's like right. I know what this feels like. I love this. It's a little bit of a scary time for broadway because it's traditional audience might not be back because of the pandemic in recent years tourists made up two-thirds of ticket sales so these seven new plays are looking for audiences beyond broadway's traditional mostly white fan base for example the comedy chicken and biscuits is marketing in churches and restaurants places. You might not typically see ads for broadway shows director. Jalen levingston says. That's not the only way the shows trying to attract new audiences. We also have deals for folks Sometimes that can be a huge barrier of entry for people who aren't typical broadway Goers you can get a c. To chicken and biscuits for forty nine dollars. The average ticket price of rodway show is one hundred twenty and black theatre. Artists have a lot riding on the success of these shows. Says drew shade of the group broadway black. We're the tests the guinea pigs for what's going to happen with new. Either the new broadway and willie still get opportunity. The doesn't come out. You know successful if it's not profitable. Profitability might be a high bar. The conventional wisdom on broadway is three quarters of all shows. Don't even break even that said. Regional theaters and theaters abroad are more likely to put on shows. That have already been on broadway stages. I'm stephanie hughes for marketplace. And i'm so sure with the marketplace morning from apm american public media..
The Sean Salisbury Show
"matt ross" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Except for when he passed so good. This is this is beautiful beautiful. I'm gonna normal listen to today. Sorry to the matt. Thomas show when i drive home listened to listen to matt. Ross when i get home put him on my alexa asia. Too tyler. This is disappointing to play this cut in it. Because you're more of a nickelback. I embrace debate birthday craig. Thank you terrible music tuesday. They're gonna turn the tim tibo thing on tv and do like an eight segment show. I mean it takes about two minutes of each comment. Let's move on. Yeah there's nothing to cash. I love this cut. Don't you tyler. Come to sean sam tyler. I could belt out the creed psalms. Oh you can't really stress the words that you've got to kind of give us an idea of what you know when they were six certain like like when we always wanted when michael jackson always said shimon really. Don't know kind of what they're how they're they don't have a lot of. It's run exactly. Yeah you could probably do great creed seeings that grinky. He's a runner. Yeah oh what. He's pitch anyhow. He second renaissance player hammered matcher. Oh yeah they're they're like arena or like john mcenroe credo breath. Oh there's no doubt there's a professional athlete right now that has creed nickelback as their number one group of all. There's really guys that are mind or they might have been. They're buddies like in high school right so obsessive left him the grunge. that's right. That grunstein was big in the nineties grabbing a seattle dan. And let's go. Yeah filming crete. What were they or is there. Foreigner california think or maybe. I'm wrong on tallahassee florida way off you close three thousand miles away like you in guessing death. He died yesterday. And i said seventeen years died seventeen years ago and i said oh recent yeah. Eighteen years ago showing that was two thousand sixteen arms wide open arms wide open. It's arms right. it's never is that was. The movie is wide open right with eyes wide open with it or chess eyes wide shut. Wasn't that the. Tom cruise nicole kidman movie eyes wide shut. What that movie really freaky one arms wide open. So you don't really have to say when just it just. Was you own one. When did marlon. Brando die marlon brando. Because you know. I love godfather movies and i'm a big god like like on the waterfront. Here's one thing. I can tell you a million of his movies but i cannot tell you as depth. I'm gonna say brando. Altogether has passed away. Two thousand five. That's actually really close. I was actually going to say two thousand five. Not even getting two thousand four. The reason why can say that is i i. There's certain points in time so that would have never been able to get the exact year. But i knew the the with him. I knew just. Because i was a fanatical fans is i would have never been able to tell you the exact date but i kind of had an idea of the area but i was hoping that you wouldn't say no schon. It was two years ago. Frank sinatra all sinatra okay. Let me guess. I'm gonna say go ahead. Nineteen ninety three. I am going to say little sooner than that late. Eighties earlier ninety two years earlier three years earlier than him. So you're going. Nineteen ninety nine hundred eighty nine somewhere in that range. Nineteen ninety eight paid off. That's a decade off. I was actually thinking when i was at sc and the dodgers because we give you a hard time with this. This is really hard thing to guess. All i know. But that's something that people keep up right. But i sometimes like we said before my best one was when i said man george carlin recently and be like twenty years. It's like what george carlin just dia couple years ago. Now i can get the prince. Glenn fry recent right but yeah once you get past that decade area kind of eighty ninety seven so there you go title. What were you gonna say. Did you say something. Oh okay so guys this. Nfl well we'll we'll get the nfl in a second. This real quick any problems. Who's got the top twenty five in front of them. That's something i wanted to discuss when it came as we made it all the way through baseball notes but the the the biggest note here locally is sean didn't practice not that he's not gonna practice. The next thing is improve. We'll see as we head towards the weekend and breakdown what we need to see. You will not be gain planning a game too. It's again finding guys. Continue to elevate and and make there impact and some are fighting for jobs at other teams will see knowing they may not be here. And by the way in jacksonville tim. Tebow was cut and in order to keep credibility on a team. You absolutely have to do that because you can't keep a guy if you wanna guy. Because he's a good guy that put him in a coat tire coach. he's not the tintin wasn't ready to play tied in the league. All right so what we say. Got twenty five and you'd see all right. So let's let's start with number one. And i saw it briefly. I'm assuming alabama race at the top. That's being yes I would imagine clemson's to now. I was a little surprised there becomes being well. Then maybe they did. They go georgia to now all now. He's actually very surprised at this yesterday. All right so the number two is either gotta be if it's not clemson. They must love oklahoma and spencer route. They love oklahoma rattler. Yeah i mean they're top four teams slice it hovering in the top ten year then striking regardless all right so and well rattlers a really good player and never return it in a lot of starters and more physical i mean the one thing about them all day needs a few stops on different. Just an exact to win a national title if they don't get a few stops they won't real quick around the top five. Finish off three. Then it's gotta be clemson clemson. You and us studied quarterback who we think's going to be really good four would probably be ohio state or georgia. Ohio state. Ohio states. Got the best quarterback room Depth wise that the fourth guy could start at fifty and watching jack miller play. If he's the third or fourth he's ago was a four star. Guy could play a lot of places. I wouldn't imagine through the course of this whole thing and because queen yours and the guys that i would imagine that we're gonna see all four stay there. No one right. If somebody's going to be like colonel. Jones atlanta go play right now and obviously fires got to be georgia georgia. We'll come back discuss the next five college football. It's a listen. It's almost here. And i cannot wait and i'm sure you can't either texas saying m.'s. Going to be in the top ten at least when the preseason starts to question is who's running. Their program is the quarterback as well and there are some other players around this this country that will have their teams rising up and iowa state in the big twelve fit in overall in this sports. Talk seven ninety finalize. This four hours. Next sean salisbury show. This is the sean salisbury. His name is short. Shot really.
"matt ross" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I hope people watch that for vigo's amazing performance and just for the the beautiful heart heart of that movie and the writing that ross. Natalie directed it but he wrote it and it's such a beautiful piece of writing and such beautiful acting all those kids so anyway. I hope people watch it. Just for vigo and for matt ross. It's such a beautiful piece. And i got to be a couple. With steve's john which laugh a lot but it was gone about that all right so this next one is just again you showing how great you are with with comedy and physical comedy and that is bad moms and i think the same years as they today i was like i need to just pull up a few clips to refresh myself on this and i come upon the scene which i if listeners haven't seen this movie i need to just set the set the scene here of one where i i'm still i'm gonna start laughing children. You're using your you. Kristen bell miller kunas there and you are using her zip up hoodie too late and uncircumcised penis. I think it's one of the funniest scenes i've ever seen. This is like a comedy mazambique. So this this was totally was that scripted was revised. How did you keep a straight space. How did they keep a straight face..
"matt ross" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"It is a limited series. We to. But i. But i really loved that experience a loved. I love andrew arnold. What a bunch of filmmakers and artists. And i loved this story. We were telling i mean that's been throughout history. There's been i remember watching. Camille call adele as if like the films. That really moved me as when i was in high school. And it's so interesting now to think about that in this and we talked about that a lot actually while we're making it anyway there's so many parallels and what's interesting little one thing that i've got to ask because between the projects you've done With joy solloway the projects. Whether than other stuff. Like mrs fletcher. You've sort of become the a person who has played a lot of of these sort of sexual Just adventure like daring parts. That not everybody would even agree to do. But you've kind of cornered the market on doing them. Well and i just wonder. Is that pure coincidence or was it one that leads to the other. What what do you make. How did that become the thing with you. I think that's i know. It's i think that's kind of i think it's one that does lead to the other. I mean there was no big game plan. I wasn't like oh this. Is this chapter in which do like now. Just embarrassed my show. No i think that just one kind of led to the other. I was certainly excited to walk into a chapter in which these parts were available. And that these that these women were excited about this chapter of a woman's experience and so it's which has often been dealt with in the. I mean it's not it's not new. I'm sure people have been what what i mean is. What's not new is that i'm sure women have been thinking about these things that you guys deal with forever. But it's kind of knew that they're dealt with and and it's interesting also that you were largely on these projects working with female or at least non male collaborators in any right right and i think that's also why it felt so safe and why it felt so a little bit more revelatory rather than jack defy so it felt more like we were just trying to unearth something and that the fact that there is an audience. I mean it's not lost on me that these are it's not like it's movies like it's still like tap for the most part was television so it's interesting that's where the that's where the art house movie has gone. The this is it. You're so right now. Well are so. I know that if you'll bear with me for three more titles before just a quick quick thought and they were joined slow play. Cue thank you i. These are the ones that i have to ask you about. And then we're going to close with the grand finale of wanda vision. Which is my favorite show of this year. It's so good but all right. Captain fantastic is a beautiful another sundance movie. I believe that this was directed by a fellow actor. Russ road just any anything you want to that. Because i think that's one of the great maybe understand movies of recent years. Oh i hope. People watch that for vigo's amazing performance and just for the the beautiful heart heart of that movie and the writing that ross. Natalie directed it but he wrote it and it's such a beautiful piece of writing and such beautiful acting all those kids so anyway. I hope people watch it just for vigo and for matt. Ross it's such a beautiful piece. And i got to be a couple with steve's john which laugh a lot but.
The Sean Salisbury Show
"matt ross" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"And this was the right phil tucker tides in the ball pit in right field for kyle. His fourteen th of the year fourteenth of was difference in a game four. Three they win presley's pretty good bullpen aired a little struggle rest. The bullpen did a nice job out to base. Three run job got him started and they held it often then tucker did the homerun when somebody else every night. Welcome in heavy. Mfn t on a throwback thursday. Send your music in. But it's got to be fifteen years or older and it can't suck mc's here as well You got an appearance today somewhere. Yeah we're a car box we're gonna be in the Astra the as yes game. One ten game will be on. I'm actually doing the show. Clinton sweaters out today. So i'll be on from like four o'clock to seven because gordon i will do sixty seven after that so join us after. Yeah i mean. I'm never going to complain. I got off the air last night and like eleven fifteen. You people were awake and i've not had more phone calls. I had last night on the on the post game. I shoulda shoulda tuned in because at one fifteen. I woke up lot going on my mind and i never went back to sleep so i should have popped up because i'm ceiling. You got a million things to get done and Well that's good so you got you'll be with clinton this afternoon wax out and then you got a little Appearance car bach. Everybody'll be there right. You'll have all post game and then obviously matt. Tom's gets a little day off today. He's done our. We'll hit apparently has laryngitis. He's been showing up. Do the show. You can't talk yes. He's been doing showing yesterday. Had michael brantley and he didn't even interview matt. Ross did it. All because matt couldn't talk at that point of the show to thirty war you take you take a day off matt. Okay for the rest of the voice. Yeah you could take a little time for me. Since hand. Signals like wig wag signals stills. We'll try to tell what you wanna say with that. Yeah warrior hero absolute legend. Oh yeah what does none of this. None of those things lays it. All online plays hurt Let's get all the cliches you'd give to an athlete disability of all. He's bald a true hurt. That's true though it's mattie. I mean he's been bald since i've known him i've known him since he wasn't even forty thirty eight years old. Okay at this goes back to. Isn't that forty eight. Now matt getting old old bastard right matt for ten the eighth birthday last month or so right the half something like that month he. That's why i've i've given the nickname mighty ball. Game shows up and competes man mattie frigging ballgame well he might be able to compete though at some point. Because the if you don't have a voice eventually you you gotta radio. Yeah the voice. Yeah nobody's gonna ma'am. Is it a sexy map ta sick matt. Thomas boyd is the voice. it's done. Yeah and he's doing the show but he's only got thirty minute. What thirty five minutes of work today. Good to be him good voice roster then. I'm sure you'll hear a little bit of the michael brantley interview from yesterday. Miss them of that time. Bogus seven this morning is a bogus. Avak at seven o'clock isn't that why bradley made the throw because matt thomas a huge throw. I mean now looking back you damn rights huge sal. I mean that michael brantley might not be the world's slight greatest rangy defender but when he needs to apply isn't he accurate at everything he does. He's just so fundamentally sound at everything he might not be the best athlete all that stuff like but he's the most fundamentally sound ground team. Listen there's better left leftfielder. There's guys stronger arms at eighty eight miles which is impressed right those guys who hit it farther but he has no weakness in his game. That's the key guys who have elevated power but the rest of doesn't work. There's guy i mean all kinds of stuff you know. He's consistent with the bat. Hits at the other way which we all continue to ask him. We've wonder why at times over the last couple years you know. Switch well he just punched smart brilliant baseball player. Perfect in the locker room for the guy's a perfect mix year solid outfielder to the point where he may not lead the league in assists. But i got news for. He's gonna make plays like last night. He rarely beats himself. Does that make sense. Yeah which entered doesn't get your team built beat is phenomenal phenomenal player and it just the consistency and the level of which he plays out on a daily basis. But just this doing something every day when they need a clutch play they make a clutch clutch hit. They make a quad shit and they're now three against oakland this season and they're absolutely dominating them five and a half game lead and i i'd say watch out because they're rolling their absolutely rolling again. They kicked good teams ass. It's incredible they do and and you don't play bad teams in postseason. This don't that's what i've heard yet At least that's what the i can confirm that. Yeah i i don't deny it and sources close play. A team has not hot right but they're all good because it took a lot to get there you ain't getting you know in order to get in your real and once you get in it all hit. Listen you don't have to be hot. It takes one series to get hot and you eliminate somebody else but they will play. I mean they elevate all the time and it's somebody different and even when they're not playing their best baseball at times or they're not raking hits on a regular basis. They find a way to get it done and then when they are it may be brantley. Ten last night and defense and kyle tucker's offense and out to vague tomorrow and let let's not disregard. I think we take it for granted. Not here major league baseball does he. Makes plays it. You shouldn't make meaning korea. Look routine made a play last night in the whole the yeah and then the final. That's what i'm saying the the off bound so it's like it's almost as if like. Oh what a shock. This this happens every day. We take it now. I don't think here. I think everybody realizes we're dealing with the you're talking about a six three six four dude who covers that much ground but the urgency with which he gets the ball out with power and accuracy on a ball that at times. Now good shortstops will get to. But there's not a lot of them that are going to make a throw he makes throws off balance is if he squared up and let me rip. That's the point you. he's he did. Have the one throw on the adult play ball last night. But i mean those are gonna happen makes makes throw with so much accuracy. He's gonna list that part. I'm just saying the final out when you make it you see it. You don't ideas. I'm sitting here watching like three times. And i'm like it feels ho-hum to me. It is. he made him and he missed one. But you know what is many attempts as he's going to get throughout the year it happens. Yeah any trust that. My point is is he. Just he'd makes he makes really really tough player look routine when he made. The final is like great as if that was just a play that every shortstop in baseball is going to make him thrill. They may get to it if they're good like he did. Yeah but i try to set your feet and do the right thing and and be able to put your your right foot in the ground where he was an anchor it and get through the throw. He.
The Action Catalyst
"matt ross" Discussed on The Action Catalyst
"Else until you're something for yourself. And a lot of people haven't spent the time examining or would the introspection necessary to design who they are or in many cases they know what they like and they know who they are but for some reason because of family pressure or societal pressure. They think they have to do something else they have to be not were. They really are not do what they really enjoy. But the first thing is to find a who are And then go with that and again once you have an idea of who you are and what you really life do. Any small thing start gathering information about opportunities. Think of yourself. Not as a person who stuck in a particular position but a person who will. I'm going to start gathering information or looking into other possibilities. Just the sheer act of saying in your own mind. I am now open to change. I am going to start looking at other information. I'm going to start gathering data that starts to put you in the driver's seat. You start to pick up a little momentum you feel like you're not a victim of outside forces but you're the agent who can start making some change and one impresses me is how even the law step sometimes just a mental psychological step forward in that sense where you feel like you're providing the momentum and the drive can start to lead all manner of other consequences that are beneficial to you. I love that term momentum. I've got a colleague. That says motivation is a myth but momentum. Israel mr matt ross. Yeah that's exciting rick. Time with you goes so quickly. Oh my gosh we could spend hours. And and i hope and just a question. Are you writing a memoir. You know i actually am. I started just about a month ago. When the days started to get shored and the opportunities for hiding a lot started dwindled down. A bit as winter comes on and i decided that one of the things i should undertake on the shorter darker days is starting to write. Whatever you wanna call memoir. Yes good good. I'm so glad that you're doing that. Because it's it's important not just for yourself and they def- fragging of your brain as you go through the life but it's important for the legacy that the sharing the things will help develop others in your stead which is wonderful to hear that has retirement seems to be while enjoying it. You know it may sound odd to say. But i think i actually nailed retirement. I retired at the right time for the right reasons. The right way and delighted to be able to say that. I'm glad because you had no experience in being retired. So it's great you've made it work. Well that's good rick. Thank you so much for being on action catalyst I do hope that We in our spouses can spend time together. That would be three nationalities I'm married to a portuguese person. You married to a russian woman. Where the where the american folks from the american southwest so that would be very very exciting so on behalf of all of our listeners around the world. Thank you rik. Ruth not only for being our guest today but for a lifetime of service. We are very grateful for what you've done to make the world better.
News Radio 1190 KEX
"matt ross" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"In the country Right now? It's called last Culturally stuff just named the number one comedy podcast of the year, and it's no surprise. The show is co hosted by Boeing. Yang from Saturday Night Live along with the hilarious Matt Ross. Tears. If we say it on this podcast it is, can it do we say this? Yes. We said we are lost culture is that we are the arbiters of culture and taste. Yes, listen to last culturally says on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts 11 90 K e X. Now the news. Good afternoon I Brad Ford our top story President Joe Biden has announced a new plan to increase covert 19 vaccinations. We directed the federal Emergency management agency FEMA to start standing up the first federally supported community vaccination centers with the goal of standing up 100 centers within the next month. Biden is expanding the federal pharmacy program so people can get vaccinations and pharmacies. He's also expanding the pool of people who can give the shot and the federal government will pay the cost of using National Guard members to help with vaccine distribution. Washington State has a goal of vaccinating 45,000 people a day against covered 19 Assistant Secretary of health, Michele Roberts says they're currently receiving about a third of the number of doses they need to do that we need to receive more than 300,000 vaccination vaccine doses per week, Robert says they're creating a system that be capable of administering 45,000 vaccines a day that includes mats, vaccine, mass vaccination clinics in Ridgefield, Wenatchee Tri cities and spoke in Another day, another daily death record in Britain for the second day running Britain's recorded another record increase in covert related deaths over 1800 died here over the past 24 hours Cabinet member Gavin Williamson on the current lockdown. I think everyone relates across the country, not just in government wants to see Britain exiting from lockdown at the earliest possible stage, but we've had to take these measures in order to alleviate pressure on the NHS. That's the national Service. Britain is the highest virus related death toll in Europe in fifth highest in the world. Tom Rivers may Be seen Is London There was tight security for the inauguration of President Joe Biden. Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley says the strong military presence is something he won't forget many of them. Dressed in camouflage machine guns slung over their back. Berkeley says he's encouraged by Biden's call for unity to get the pandemic under control in the economy. Moving forward. Oregon's only Republican representative in Congress, was also talking about Wednesday's inauguration. 11 indicate Texas Gail Cunningham says Congressman Cliff Ben's resisted GOP calls to boycott the ceremony, then says it was the right thing to do. Well, I think it's extremely important that once the election is over, you move on into the next Stage of our wonderful democratic process, and this is an important step. Joseph made bitter cold and snow. He witnessed what he described as an impressive and peaceful transfer of power. It was very chilly, but the inauguration went off exactly as it should have do to the capital takeover was the tightest security ever for an inauguration, surrounded by high fences and razor wire and guarded by more than 26,000 troops. The Pennsylvania woman accused of stealing a computer during the capital riot has been released. Home confinement. Riley Williams has been vilified by the FBI here, attorney said, arguing the allegations against her have been overstated. And based on an abusive boyfriend's account. Williams was released into the custody of her mother. As the FBI continues to investigate a claim she spoke to friends about stealing a laptop from House Speaker Pelosi's office and selling it to the Russians. More recent arrest is Michael Foy of Michigan, He was accused of assaulting a law enforcement officer of the capital with a hockey stick. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS Washington The Wasco County district attorney's office is conducting an investigation into the city of the Dallas police officer 11 Auntie Katie Excess, Butch Thurman has more District Attorney Matthew Ellis is initiating a significant case review after a recently discovered 2011 letter questions. The officers credibility has a truthful witness. The letter was found in the desk of a former district attorney. Ellis has been informed that the officer was placed on administrative leave on January 17th of this year. Ellis is now reviewing all cases where the officer was an essential witness. Determine whether charges should be dismissed on Wall Street. The Dow currently up 18 NASDAQ is up 86 the S and P s up. Six. It may not be Tuesday, but.