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NYT Reporter Kyle Buchanan Discusses the Lack of Diversity in the Golden Globes
"About the Golden Globe Awards. So, he said, it's just 87 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press. Paris Press, not a single black member. When you look at the nominees, it's Golden Globes so white It's 2021. Why Is this persisting within the Hollywood foreign press? You know? Well, the Hollywood Foreign press is an extremely insular bunch. You know, the reporting in the L A Times and in the New York Times this past week has a zoo revealed that several foreign journalists you know, over the years have tried to enter this group. And have been pushed out. In fact, it almost seems like the more legitimate the journalists. The worst. Your chances are of getting to this organization, perhaps because they were You know, worried about this kind of expo? Say, um wide. Are they still making while choices Because they are a wild bunch. You know, I've met Nick Those voters. They're eccentric to put it mildly, and they really thrive. On this kind of, you know, glamour and this this feeling that they are a pivotal step on the way to Oscar and they're not willing to give up any of that influence. In fact, they try toe. You know, only expanded, but they do so in such a weird way because they are secretive. In a way, you know, there's there's not They're not. They're not out there while they are out there, you know, rubbing shoulders shaking hands took himself fees. Um, if you want to define the list of their membership, that's when the H F P A really starts to clam up because they're not representing the best and brightest of global entertainment journalism far from it there, representing Maybe the savviest and canniest people in awards season that's more their speed than been trying Tost ablest any sort of legitimate credentials. The people who make up that group. So in terms of them being homogeneous, it sounds like they don't really might not particularly care. Well, yeah, I mean, they are homogeneous in the sense that there are no black voters, which is a kind of insane thing in the year. 2021. Obviously we know that Academy, which votes on the Oscars, has been taking sweeping steps over the last few years diversify its membership, which was primarily older, white and male. Gloves have not taken any such steps. And while they are somewhat divers to be Primarily rewarding American movies. To the extent that even a film like denarii, which is American, is shunted off to the foreign film category simply because it's characters often speak Korean That is indicating that ah, wide gulf between what you're covering and what you are what you look like what you're made of who makes up this group. And I think you know if they're going to purport to speak about this industry and who deserves reward with any sort of authority, and you know it's questionable sometimes whether they do or don't have it. And they have to absolutely take a look at themselves. I guess it kind of Buchanan. We're talking to him. He's the award season columnist for The New York Times. The Golden Globes are this Sunday. So here's a bright spot. Best director for motion picture category. There are more women than men nominated several fennel for promising young woman, Regina King for one night in Miami and Chloe Jiao for Nomad Land. Do you think this is the year we could see a best director Everett at the Globes of the Oscars. I do think so. You know, I'm sure the eight FDA would much rather we focus on that category than any other And certainly, you know, I mean, such as the story of award shows and often is the story of, you know, America generally that you have progress in one respect and then two steps backward somewhere else. But, yes, it was only a couple years ago that Natalie Portman was introducing the best director category is the Golden Globes. And very pointedly said Here are the five all male nominees this year that can't be said. In fact, there's a majority of women and I do expect that Chloe job for Nomad Land will prevail even if no man land doesn't take best drama, although it has a very good shot at that. Globes and not going to miss their opportunity to reward a woman. A person of color. She will be the first woman to win the best director trophy from them since Barbara Streisand for gentle Wow. He just kicked it back far for me
11 Trivia Questions on Missing Creature Movie Titles
"All right guys missing creatures written by Luke McKay. Here's question number one we have blank rider from two thousand, seven number one blank writer from two thousand, seven number one. Number to an American blank in London from nineteen one number two un-american blank in London nineteen, eighty one. Amber three, we have the last blank hunter from two thousand, fifteen number three, the last blank hunter from two thousand fifteen. And number four blank house from two thousand, six, number, four blank house from two, thousand six. Question Five, a blank in central park from nineteen, ninety-four, a blank in central park from nine, hundred four. Question number six, Cirque du Freak the blanks assistant from two thousand, nine number six, Cirque du Freak the blanks assistant from two, thousand nine. Number seven young blank from nine, hundred, seventy, four, young blank from Nineteen seventy-four number. Seven And number eight pride and prejudice and blank from two thousand, sixteen, number eight pride and prejudice and blank from two thousand. Sixteen. Question, number nine, the blank returns from two thousand, one number nine, the blank returns from two thousand one. And number ten blank to the new batch from nineteen ninety number ten blank to new batch from nine, hundred ninety. Your bonus. Two point question here from Luke McKay says, what is the name of an upcoming two thousand and twenty one film starring Millie Bobby Brown and Alexander Skarsgard which will feature to iconic movie monsters battling on the big screen Millie Bobby Brown. Alexander Skarsgard and two thousand and twenty one film to iconic movie monsters battling on the big. Screen. Those are all of your questions for this missing creature movie title round. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you've got them all. We are back with the answers to missing creatures for movie titles from Luke McKay. Let's see how you did number one blank rider from two thousand seven was ghost rider Nicholas, cage Johnny Blaze I. Never saw one or two but maybe you did ghostwriter two, thousand seven number to an American Werewolf in London nineteen eighty-one not to be confused with an American Werewolf in Paris from nineteen ninety-seven number two, nine, hundred, eighty, one American Werewolf in. London. Number three the last witch hunter Palance witch-hunter, Hunter from two thousand, fifteen last witch hunter and number four Monster House that was a kids animated movie from two thousand six Monster House number five, a troll in Central Park Nineteen ninety-four. That was another kind of not talked about animated kids. Movie Number Five, a troll in Central Park Nineteen ninety-four number six DU freak the vampire's assistant two thousand. Nine. John C Reilly number six vampires assistant number seven young Frankenstein from one thousand nine, hundred ninety four, young Frankenstein and number eight pride and prejudice and zombies believe directed by Natalie Portman From and sixteen number eight pride and prejudice and zombies number nine, the mummy returns Brennan Frazier Two Thousand One and number ten gremlins to the new batch nineteen ninety the bonus for two points. What's the name? The upcoming Twenty Twenty one film starring Millie Bobby Brown Alexander Skarsgard which will feature to iconic movie monsters battling on the big screen that is Godzilla vs Kong Godzilla vs Kong
Natalie Portman among A-listers bringing pro women's soccer team to Los Angeles
"Natalie Portman among those launching women's soccer team in Los Angeles to highlight heroes that are women by an m peterson of the associated, press. Actress Natalie Portman and venture capitalist. Karen, Nordmann lead a group that will bring an expansion national women's Soccer League team to the Los Angeles area in twenty, twenty two. The team tentatively named Angel. City will bring the League to eleven teams. Louisville AFC will join the nine current. NWS L. Clubs next season. Portman. Nordmann are joined by gaming. Entrepreneur Julie Erman. The consortium President in the majority female group others involved include actors, evil Longoria. America Ferrara, Jennifer Garner and Ouzo a Deuba. Tech Entrepreneur and Reddit Co founder Alexis Oh Hainian the husband of tennis star. Serena, Williams is the lead investor through his firm initialized capital. Portman Nordmann and urban all have a financial stake in the team. I think it's so important to have role models and heroes that are women for kids both boys and girls to see, and it's just such an incredible sport in that it really is a team Sport Portman, said in an interview with the Associated Press. You see one woman success, and all the others are cheering her on because one woman success is the whole team's success among the founding group are more than a dozen former players, including mia a ham, Abby Wambach and Julie Foudy. Other female business leaders. Portman said she heard Wambach. A former US national team. Forward speak at a time is up event and started thinking about how female athletes are regarded in society. Then she and Nordmann met Becca Rue, the executive director of the US Women's National Team Players Association. We started going to games, and we just got so into it, and it was just kind of a revolution to see my son and. And his friends, these little eight year, old boys at the time wanting to wear their REPEA-, no jerseys and Alex Morgan Jerseys I was like. Wow, this would be a different world. It wasn't unusual to them at all. Portman said there were hints that the group was coming together last year when Portman Gardner Longoria and other celebrities went to a national team exhibition game at L. AFC stadium before the World Cup. The women also reached out to a local supporters group that has been campaigning to bring a team to Los Angeles. The plan is to bring on additional investors as the team takes shape. We knew that there would be a strong and passionate supporters group here to support this and from there it was about. How do we do this in the right way? How do we do this differently Urman said? The group is partnering with the La Eighty Four Foundation. A nonprofit formed after the nineteen eighty four Los Angeles Olympics that promotes youth sports. Angel City also announced its formal support of the foundations play the fund aimed at helping kids in minority and underserved communities. We believe these players need to be playing on one of the best stages in the world, but we also know that we have the power and the platform and the voice to make a meaningful impact in our community. Erm, said, and so it's important for us to do that from day one in the same way that we are building to put eleven incredible players on the field from day one. The NWS cell, which began play in twenty, thirteen was the first professional team sport to return to action in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with the challenge. Cup, tournament, in Utah, the semifinals are set for Wednesday. The official name of the Los Angeles Club and where it will play are expected to be announced later this year. The growth trajectory of the NWS L. is incredibly exciting, but we also need to be strategic and thoughtful about how fast we expand and the communities. We partner with and W ESL, commissioner. Lisa Baird said in a statement Tuesday. We've long sought the right partner in L. A. Considering the NWS L. Fan base that already exists in the region and the massive interest in women's soccer in general.
Some 2020 Oscars Fashion Faves
"What you missed today. In the world of Celebrity News Oscar's edition low woah eight. We're GONNA get to the awards show and we're going to get to the after parties but first we have to talk about is a fast Sean. Okay we got to kick things off talking about fashion through a lot of great looks this year. I think I watched so many of those dumb slow motion like he news fashion camera things. I think now everything I look at is in slow motion. My eyes broke watching. So many of those stylized Slo mo videos or whatever anyway as far as getting ready moments I loved Zach braff posting pictures of his girlfriend Florence. PUGH getting ready. He had some like cute block and white right shots of her like with her dress on and getting ready at his house. I'm assuming she doesn't have her own house in la yet because she's she's new anyway. Did notice this in Zach Braff instagram story. In addition to posting pictures of his girlfriend Florence. PUGH getting ready. He also posted a picture of a mirror with like a cute little a post. It note reminder on it at said take your tickets. Like as if he's trying to remind foreign spewed not forget her tickets to the Oscars anyway. It seems cute normal but then I looked closer at the shot and he has used three different. Post it notes to post this message on a mirror. It's like the worst to nonsensical usage of post. It notes I've ever seen it's like he's using to post it notes in lieu of like tape. I guess but it just it looks bonkers. I highly recommend you go check out the photo of it. I'M GONNA put it on her social media accounts so you can see anyway so I guess she remembered you bring your tickets because she did show up Florence pugh or a great dress was like green and had all these tiers layers to it. It was spaghetti strap at had a little title bout. I loved it other fashion that I really liked Natalie. Portman war a Dior Cape that had embroidered on it all the names of the female female directors who were not nominated which I thought was kind of a cool statement spike Lee were a purple and yellow suit with the numbers. Twenty four stitched on the front and back in honor of the late Kobe. Bryant Kristen Wig wore this big red dress that made her kind of look like a delicious piece of lasagna. Like go all your red hot piece of uncooked LASAGNA. Pasta it was it was great. I loved it. Geno Monet had a good look. She were this like metallic hooded dress. US that I really liked. I love an actresses like bring kind of a met gala fashion vibe to the red carpet like they go over the top. I think that's fine like if if you're GONNA be famous and go to the Oscars like why not have some fun with it. You know like why. Why just look like hot and glamorous when you could look like hot hot glamorous and absolutely crazy speaking of like big fashion moments? I also loved Sandra. Oh's dress you had this giant and philosophy glittery like dusty rose gown. It was awesome in it was it just. I like when a gown takes up a lot of space in and Sandra. Oh she took up a lot of space in to me. That's fashion. Is it weird. That my favorite look of the night might have been from the child actress. Sophia Ed butters. Who played the little girl in once upon a time in Hollywood? I know it's weird. I don't like love that my favorite look was worn by a child child star. But it's true. I don't know what that says about my fashion taste but I thought she looked great. She had this like all pink. High Collar are button up. But like Poofy pantsuit thing. It's honestly so cute and chic. It's very age appropriate too. I liked and it. It's it's like a fairytale princess who is going to work as an accountant or something. It's a great is a great vibe amend to
Natalie Portman's Oscars cape pays tribute to snubbed female directors
"Natalie Portman Oscars Cape did you see this had paid tribute to the snobs female directors so she was very elegant and you would have known it but if you zoom in on her Cape and her embroidered all right the female directors who were nominated food they forgot to nominate her opinion for
The Life of Mike Nichols
"Ask Carter and Sam Kashmir join us now they wrote together an oral history of Mike Nichols it's called life isn't everything. Mike Nichols as remembered by one hundred and fifty of his closest friends Sam Ash. Thanks for being here. Just thanks for having US thank you. What was was the genesis of this project? Well after Mike's Death I was at Vanity Fair and wanted to do an oral history as much as we can get away with the magazine and ask had worked as a PA.. With Mike. And I knew him mm somewhat and so I thought it best to join forces and so we did this for the magazine originally and it was so interesting and there was so much material that it just kind of presented itself as a book kind of instantly. As soon as we saw together in the magazine they must have been painful to have to cut. Had it down to magazine size well. The piece was originally assigned at six thousand. Words ran at eleven thousand and still not a word practically about his theater career hear about his time at the compass. Players is a founding member of Improv. I mean there's so much still on the table Ash you're very lucky person having worked as the PA.. What did you work on? I worked on Charlie Wilson's war. That was my first job out of college. I was so upset on hangs Julia Roberts. What was that often? Yes Oh right. Of course. It was a big movie so very often. You felt very distant from where the the real real action was taking place but still. I really feel blessed who've been able to be as close as I was. So you mentioned Charlie. Wilson's war my immediate reaction. Shen is Oh my God. That's Mike Nichols. Also the thing that I think people don't even fully appreciate now is just how incredibly accomplished. He was and for so long so if we could just kind of begin with his I think I real fame fame was with Nichols and may but before we go into each of those stop. Just take us through because I think people may be associated him with the graduate and a couple of other major projects. But let's just list some some of them so people have a sense. Well there was the great success of the Nichols. and May Elaine. May and Mike Nichols as a comedy team. which kind of transformed formed Comedy really and Mike as Director. He and Neil Simon joined forces and he really kind of in a way. Reinvented invented Simon. For Neil Simon. You know with barefoot in the park and the odd couple and as of film director his first film was the Richard Richard Burton Elizabeth Taylor. Who's afraid of Virginia? Woolf which frank rich other people believed to be the maybe the best reputation of a of a stage play for film ever the graduate which was second film his second film shocking. JFK transformative you know and Oscar worthy. And then there's all all the stage work Tom Stoppard's the real thing David Raves hurly-burly streamers. Yeah camelot and S- Pamela camelot idle. I mean it's kind of prodian extraordinary range of of gifts that that he I mean. He Directs Spam Lot. I I think two years after doing angels in America for HBO. I mean that's range. I don't WanNa go too much into his early life by. I think it's important to point out that this was a person who arrived here. Didn't speak English. Not as first language goes to the University of Chicago right he meets Elaine. May let's start there. What was it that made that pairing so extraordinary? What did they do? You said that they revolutionized comedy Elaine may was the dangerous genius that entered Mike Nichols life and and changed him she was kind of a combustion engine and he was the steering wheel a little bit. Steve Martin told us the first time. When you listen to those records those bits or you know the sketches? which is he said that the that I heard irony brock kind of modernity to comics situations and things that comedians did not go? Nya such as the cost of funerals was is the time of Jessica Mitford the the American way of death. And you know I mean these are weighty subjects adultery a- adultery right the previous generation of comics from the fifties where people who came from Vaudeville and the Borscht Belt Nichols and may had a theater background around. And you know both the classical repertory but also as Improv actors and by the way they're also both at analysis and brought a level of psychological acuity to comedy that really hasn't been seen before let's just a clip of them from that period some day Arthur. You'll get married and you'll have suit of your own and honey when you do. I only pray that they make us suffer the way you. That's all I pray to mothers. Okay mom thanks for calling you very sarcastic. I'm doing my best now. You call me on on the telephone I me. I'm sorry I'm sorry that bothered you and look I didn't make you feel bad. Are you kidding I feel awful. Oh honey if I could believe that I'd be the happiest mother it's true. What do you think I feel crummy Arthur honey? Why don't you call me sweetheart? That's the one bit. That's kind of in a way close to auto biography at least for Mike that was sort of his mother in a way and and he had a difficult very difficult relationship with her. Are you know after the death of his physician. Father they were really plunged into poverty into serious poverty in in New York. He I used to have to go in the olden days to the Museum of TV and radio to watch these old clips. But now I I'm imagining that. You can see all of this on Youtube. Yeah there's a lot of great stuff and Youtube I encourage people to also look up there The award for total mediocrity that they did at the Emmys when you're in the nineteen fifties so that's just breathtaking. I just actually making fun of their own mirror. You know I mean they're making fun of show business with a successful right away. They were both part of this. Very heavy kind of avant-garde guard group called the compensator in Chicago and the two of them just clicked as their manager. Jack rollins later said there. They were like ham and eggs. They were a local will hit first then they came to New York. He signed them up his clients started booking them at local nightclubs and they were hit right away and then they started going non Jackpot and omnibus and they were hit nationally. So yeah it was. It was really just like that. It was that quick. How does it get from that to? Who's afraid of Virginia? Woolf well well they had a great success Nichols and may on Broadway at the Golden Theatre was an evening with Nichols in May ostensibly directed by Arthur Penn.. You know but not really and Elaine was just sort of tired of doing it and in a way was the comedic version of of the Beatles. Breaking up people were just. I just chop fall in. You know it's tragic. Yes yes yeah. It was kind of a loss in a way They would wind up working together. Other eventually you know as a screenwriter and director but but Mike it kind of put him in in the wilderness for a while He was really at see if we rely on a little bit. When he's got that evening on Broadway with a lame the theater? They were in shared an alley with a theater where her camelot was on stage with Richard Burton and they would kind of hang out after after the show and that's how he kind of got to know him and it was. It's essentially through that meeting Richard in that alley and threw him Liz. They were the ones who hired for Virginia Woolf. When you think about the collaborators he had the people he got to work with you mentioned Arthur panel the you know lately Richard Burton Elizabeth Taylor Dustin in Hoffman Jewels pfeiffer on carnal knowledge? It's just you know on and on Meryl Streep the biggest names and your subtitle is is Mike Nichols as remembered by hundred and fifty of his closest friends. Did He. Frequently form friendships during these professional collaborations was. He's one of those the people that everybody felt like they knew. And we're close to make exactly this actors and and many was writers really kind of fell in love with him. I mean we could have called the book seduced by Mike Nichols you know Natalie. Portman really wept recalling. Her work with Mike Sue now. Yeah and that was much later and the closer yes. Yes but also they did stage work together so they were totally devoted to him. I I mean Tom Stoppard. For example said I think his advice memorial you know he thought to himself who is there to to write for he so he was kind of an Avatar to all of these. She's tremendously gifted complicated. People and the friendships were very deep. And Very Real Maureen Dowd. Your colleagues said that he was a null coward figure with the Jersey Kaczynski past and unlike a lot of other people who had a really horrible childhoods he did not kind of wear it on his sleeve and he we've talked about it and didn't particularly want to spend a lot of time thinking about it and I I mean I think this is kind of the key to his career. Longevity Eddie is that he was. Somebody really always wanted to be living in the moment. And kind of looking forward to the next project even up until the end of his life when he had several things that were in progress including masterclass terrence. McNally's play that he was gonNA adapt for. HBO With Meryl Streep. Yeah I mean in a way. Our title is taken from a a model of Mike's life isn't everything but it's kind of a misnomer because it was everything to him. You know in a way I mean he could be difficult to and and some of the people in the booker occur quite open about yes. That Emma Thompson is one right exactly Thompson who who adored him. You know said we're not talking about some saint here so you know and in fact Mike toward the end of his life felt that he had been cruel to people and had betrayed others. You know but he did develop a music also about someone who sort of as much of a genius as he was you know he was also complicated difficult cat and felt like there were people to apologize to. Some people presumably wouldn't talk to you Elaine. May of course wouldn't what about Diane Sawyer and were there other people who you pursued and just said you know what no now. We did approach. Diane we wouldn't have done this actually without her been addiction you know and she gave us the same response that initially initially Sam Beckett gave to digital bear you know which is. I'm not going to stop you but I'm also not going to help you all that much. But when push came to shove and we needed the people such as Meryl Streep she was helpful behind the scenes and Elaine. She did. Give us a blurb. Although we didn't use it and the blurb facetiously officiously said well I I would tell you all I know. But they're going to pay me millions of dollars to write my memoirs something. You'll never do you know. She meant it as kind of a joke before before we go one final question what do you each of you. Thank was Nicholas's greatest work and then also so perhaps a personal favourite may be less known or just something new especially leaden. And why. Let's start with you ash. I would say probably the graduate. It's not the most original choice but I just have seen the movie so many times and I think that it it just has held up so much better than a lot of other youth movies of the time that it was sort of lumped in with that plus the the comedy albums is sort of where my original enthusiasm for him started. But you know I I think catch twenty. Two for example is a movie that has not really gotten. It's do. I think it's actually kind of a brilliant movie that was overshadowed by Mash at the time though it is I see no reason why the existence of Mash prevent people from enjoying it today not an easy novel to adapt to know and but I think him and Buck Henry and we did a credible job adapting it. Sam will I mean. It's so hard to choose. My mother would choose working girl in or Silkwood you know an but are you. Seeing your mother would be wrong. My mother never wrong But for me it's you know the stage work is kind and of extraordinary. I mean the Philip Seymour. Hoffman death of a salesman at the end of life using that was really just is an extraordinary unearth accomplishment. Really it brought him Full Circle Because that streetcar with the two original productions that changed his life really all right. I'm hoping that this interview. If nothing else forces everyone to go to youtube everyone to go and stream every single thing that Mike Nichols did that was available. He was such an incredible credible talent ash. Carter Sam cash. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much thank your new book is called. Life isn't everything. Mike Nichols as remembered by one hundred
Fans Upset Over Natalie Portman's Casting as Lady Thor in 'Thor: Love and Thunder:'
"Other thing is people are mad over the female for situation first off I am not a fan of Natalie Portman as an actress I have not liked her since the Star Wars prequels I just haven't I just I don't I don't she she seems flat to me very pretty and there's the you know certain roles that I think she can do but I just don't see I I felt that she is the weakest part of the store films and as a result I just don't I'm just I just don't I'm it should and I'm I'm not alone apparently so thick at comic con in San Diego they announced her character Jane foster she's gonna play the goddess the thunder in the forthcoming store love and thunder of which which sounds like a romance novel or romance movie star and a woman with big size but ZZ Top she ecstasy walk down with a hammer and she's so she's going to play that because in the in the comic she turns into you know and that sort of the female version and the fellas are up that because they say don't caller female Thor or I don't know and then there the feminists are upset because of that and then other people like me I'm not upset I just just not my first choice for her but the feminists don't like the fact that we're here till caller female Thor right you know you can't you can't do that you she's not gonna play store she's chichi temporarily becomes that in a way so I don't know they said she should just be dressed as the war now I don't know who I would like and that I don't even think you do because she's already Valka racist everybody can stop playing it literally don't care the the the big woman from game of thrones just to to quote only to quote the what's his face giants bang Tormund giantsbane the big woman she would've been epic actually this is a pretty yes you to edge and she's she's like you know you could do it inches if you could tell based on the role she played there that she's able to do it I can't I can't take small framed checks being action figures I just can't I think unless you bulk up you want to bulk up and do it I'll totally I believe you then I just can't so I did take review roasters lane John with two I like your tiny little bitty get get some gains bulk up first so and so you know I can't least believe she was great thoughts what yeah she's amazing she's very tall and she also was an idea of so she knows what she's doing and she's told right again just like a younger Angelina Jolie back in the lab across days she was strong I mean I could definitely believe her more as an action figure than that I would ever
All the Details on Natalie Portman as Mighty Thor
"And Natalie Portman who play Jane in the first two door movies is now the female for the announcement was made at San Diego comic con last happened to have to go god yes all yeah Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson alluded to Natalie's character identify as LGBTQ both Hemsworth and thomsonfn returning for the next installment sore Levin thunder which is slated to be released November second twenty
Natalie Portman denies Moby's claims they dated
"Natalie Portman actress, so Moby bragged in his book that he dated Natalie Portman at one point, he, he said, in kind of a humble brag, he said here, I was in my dressing room in this movie star was flirting with me. She claims she never flirted with them. He was creepy to her. She claimed he was a creepy older man who behaved inappropriately with her. He said, I was twenty she said in his book, he said he was thirty three and she was twenty. He said, I was twenty I definitely wasn't I was a teenager. I just turned eighteen there was no fact checking hammers publisher he goes on to say, no, no, they dated any says, I don't know why she would say such when we in fact dated, and we kissed under the trees at Harvard University, and he smuggled with her, and her dorm, and then once she fell asleep, he removed her arm and went back to his hotel. So I guess they didn't do anything more. Have you heard music? Poppy happy. He's do you who do you believe here? And is this another case of we were just talking about some guy will say, no, I was mentoring her, and I was being kind can be she said no use being creepy. They both have their own interpretation of this, Joe. Well, I think this sounds well, Mobis known vegan activist. So I think is lower testosterone affected his memory. Is real beta male moved to think I thought we were dating. Now, now she just being nice to you clown, used to play guitar in punk band called that can commandos. That's right. Yeah. Vatican. Yeah. If you really want it, look, I guess, this book, he had an interaction with Lana del Rey before she was famous, apparently trying to lure her back to his place to play the piano, and she shut him down. Really good. And even the expert he's like, I couldn't tell shoes, insulting me or not. It's like dude that verbally throwing a drink in your face. Well, tell you when you years ago, if you a rock musician and you got famous part of, you know, the fringe benefits of being a rock musician was young gals in coming back to your dressing room. I mean that's and Moby was trying to ride into that. But he's, you know, he's got admit the, he's the guy him and all his friends brought in this modern era. Yeah, but, you know, okay, fine groupies, but now, he's shooting, a little high with Natalie Portman, they're, you know, okay mic. So I think so of him, he said, I'm sure she was. But it doesn't mean she was sexually attracted to him, or even if she was it doesn't mean as I remember being twenty and you know, you could be attracted to a guy in his thirties, but, you know, doesn't mean you would hook up with him. That's like Super Bowl to old, I'm doing the math here. He said in his book, he was thirty three she was twenty and they dated and he talked about. She was twenty she was in my dressing room. She was flirting with me. She. She said I was young. I was barely eighteen fifty three. She's thirty seven. I'm doing the math here that sixteen years if he was thirty three she was seventeen. Even his own story where he gets to. So we were back to her dorm. No, not even your own recollections. It don't go back to the dorm when you're definitely thirty three year olds should not be going to the dorm Eero. Yeah. No. I mean today, really are like fifteen to completing that's a good point. You made though because I remember when I was in my twenties and someone who is thirty. You couldn't believe that they were spry enough to walk like you don't have any conception. Oh, yeah. There. I mean, come on, when you first in the city and you're working with other comics. And you think in yourself how old is guy like thirty? Yeah, you still at it. He's real. Meanwhile, cut to me, I'm like, you know. Late thirties. And I'm still going, I finally get by get booked on Conan. I was like
Rockstar Movies - The Genre of the Moment
"First we're going to talk about other rockstar films joined today by my ringer colleague. And really one of the best writers about Rockstars in the world Lindsay's all Lindsey. Hey, how's it going? I'm doing really well. Thank you for joining me. You know Lindsey right before we started taping the show we were talking about what makes a kind of rockstar movie successful. And you know, there are two different kinds of movies. Like this her smell falls into the completely fictionalized. But inspire. By category, where the characters in it exists in a realm that seems familiar, but isn't real Becky something seems like Courtney love, but she is not Courtney love. And then of course, there's the bohemian rhapsody ask bio pic version that, you know, attempts to tell the truth and often is more false than the movie that is completely fictionalized for you, which makes us successful rockstar movie in which of those do you prefer. I tend to prefer the ones that are creating this whole other world that doesn't exactly exist in in the actual music universe answer, the non bio-pic ones, which are these movies that have come out in the past year that all kind of fall into that category. Pretty much all are those sorts of movies. But those tend to be my favorites. Yeah. Why do you think? So right now, we're in this moment, and you writing a piece about this on the site this week where teen spirit is being released this week. It's maximum galas story of popstar pile fanning. A star is born last October. The one. Her smell. No, I don't wanna quit backs. Lux Brady Corbett portrait of a pop star in the aftermath of nine eleven starring Natalie Portman. The aforementioned bohemian rhapsody wire all of these movies happening right now. Do you think I really don't know? I mean, one really interesting parallel that I put it out to you earlier is that each of those movies, I guess with the exception of her smell sort of are directed by male actors like people that we primarily identifies actors before directors. So that that is just interesting to me in general of of people like they seem to be wanting to say something about performance and stardom, but through the proxy of generally younger or more famous woman, and that's just a very strange parallel that I'm not sure what's going on there. But I think there's a sense right now with social media that sort of anyone can become a pop star. I mean, we. To crossover into the music field week. I will not ex- right now who this viral star who just has the number one song in America overnight sensation because he was able to use social media into becoming famous. So I think there's this sense right now that pop stardom is easier to achieve and and that if you have a certain idea or machinery behind you that you can just not your fingers and become a pop star. I do not think it's that easy. And that's the issue. I have with some of these movies and the way that they conceive of twenty-first-century pop cultural stardom, but I do think there's that sense that if anyone can become a pop star on the internet, then so can Natalie Portman are we can imagine her in that role or L fanning or something like that? There's this almost anyone can do it notion in the air right now that I think is contributing something to this. You know, we're gonna talk about some of our favorite. Versions of these kinds of movies. I think we should say that for the most part the bio pic more so than the original story tends to be more successful and the massive success of bohemian rhapsody, which is I would say an abnormality. But also indicative of kind of where music movies may be going. I think sets aside the fact that like there's something kind of dull and bland and Oscar is about the bio pic in the original story. I feel like creates a whole new world of creation for us. You know, what are some of your favorites from that John rea-? I mean, I have a very long. A couple. Yeah. The first one will I kinda was thinking in terms of these movies that have come out recently almost each of them. I sort of had in mind, oh, I like X movie from the past better, and in thinking of vox lox, I was comparing it a lot to Todd Haynes velvet goldmine.
The Rotterdam Film Festival: Champion of the avant garde
"Film festival has been showcasing the challenging the fresh on the unconventional treasures cinema has to offer. It has a reputation for being the most serious and of film this year is no exception. It's director says people are hungry for something which is different from the ordinary something that gives them the question rather than the answer. Joining me now from Rotterdam is a film critic Tara Judah welcome back to multiple twenty four. Tara. Everyone says it's a serious film festival. What does that mean? That's a great question. I mean it serious insofar as they take films seriously. But actually, I think there's a lot of good humor in good fun in the festival as well. This year, there's been a lot in terms of the themes around feeling so it's kind of hashtag feel I f f and the idea of that is to kind of look into how we relate to human stories through the feelings that cinema can give us absence has been a really. A big theme. So there's been a low around kind of spy themes surveillance. What happens when the state's watching knew when things on there who stories don't get told whose voices a quietened? So this year the theme really has been I guess serious. But also playful I would say there's a playful element to the festival as well. Is there any intention that any of these films our ever intended for the mainstreamers is this the Sigler celebration of of of the margins of cinema. Actually, I think the festival does really well is straddled both of those extremes. So they do have the kind of big films in the sense of Brady Quebec's new Volks looks which stars Natalie Portman, you know, there's the new Clinton e film highlife, which has got Robert Patterson, and it said, they're all some of those big headline films here. But it does also look very much to the God. And I think what the festival does very well is to champion the God. So it's moving from cinema as a mainstream form of entertainment all the way through. To it's kind of more moving image, gallery installation. And that's another thing the festival does is that it also has installations alongside the film program. What I found fascinating is it this film festival has been around for nearly fifty years. How is it managed to sustain so long? I think that's a great question. And I think some of these festivals reading they really do have a legacy and part of that is to do with the fact that they all building and identity Rotterdam really does have its own identity. Like, you say there is something about how seriously it takes cinema. But also how much it's willing to champion films from all across the world. So even though, you know, there's been, you know, obviously American films in the mix as well as fantastic remaining film. I do not care if we go down in history as Burian, and that's a really amazing title, but you know, the films that you wouldn't necessarily get to see in other places, and I think a lot of programs critics and film fans know that if they come to wrote to them they going to want to something that they might not see elsewhere. So one thing tower that if you didn't get a chance to go to them, but you fancied. Enjoying something from the festival. What would you what would you recommend we try and help out? So I would say there's a couple of films that are just absolutely must not MRs. I've I've just seen a fantastic Swedish film called CoCo de coca. And this is a kind of fairy tale nightmare, which I really do think. We'll get picked up internationally. So I think that will be a chance to see it. And it's all about the kind of cycles of grief, and how they descend into the innocence of hell, it's absolutely hilarious. But also, really frightening mixes Joan brilliantly, and I'd say definitely lookout for
"natalie portman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"But it's like what I don't understand what's happening here. Right. There's the one with. Kristen Stewart where she's like, you know, like going through these like a strips of strips of fabric that are wrapping around her body, and it's like slow motion running around the Natalie Portman one. What would you do for love? Yeah. She's data Cupo those and Keira Knightley did a few of those with it just to make no, Johnny Depp. Where he's like burying something in the middle of the desert, and there's like a buffalo. I get it. Right. And he's all dressed up in Johnny Depp, scarves, and stuff on his head and glasses. You know, look with a vast looking like, Johnny Depp, burying something in the Julia Roberts abilities, the breakthrough walls. Those are controversial those are just dumb. But for some reason, I I like those ridiculous. I really like those ridiculous Cologne and perfume commercials that make no sense the Natalie Portman one kind of drives me what's the song that they use in that one. It's actually a pretty popular song that they use net commercial. Yeah. I don't know what it is. But it's like, it's a it's a song that I think was was a big hit a female artists. Saying it they use that in in the video. And then he asked the CSI, right? Yeah. So the. It chandelier. Right. Okay. Yeah. Chandelier by SIA, which is which is interesting because in. Vox lox. Natalie. Portman sing SIA songs in it. So they're like a connection between the two of them. Now. Wow. All right. Let's take a break. We got more controversial commercials to talk about here. We were talking about the Gillette ad which is causing a lot of controversy and a lot of conversation. I'm sure you guys have opinions on that. But also remembering some of the commercials from the past that caused some controversy three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one nine hundred seventy one hundred talk and text we want to hear from you. All right back after this. Today's.
"natalie portman" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers. Welcome to popcorn where we tell. You. What's happening at the movies? And there's a favorite movie mine out now called vox lox, which stars my guest Natalie Portman as sort of hip swinging swaggering really handful of Iraq star. So just like you, right? Yeah. They finally found you, and they said might yourself. Vulgar, extreme self seen. You do many things I've seen you be complete psycho meltdown. Ballerina black swan, and I've seen you play different. But I've never seen you like this think you, so what was the attraction of this? Because you've never done anything quite like it. Yes. That was definitely a big attraction that it was just this role. That was so. Specifically written in had this kind of extreme character. But very true character. I thought in it. But also in the middle of film that I felt was very relevant to the moment. We're living in without being about like directly about what's going on right now. But has this mix of pop culture and violence and the news cycle and just this very kind of tragically absurd moment that we live in. Well, it's that. But maybe we should start for those people who don't know who your character is Celeste because there's so many things involved in this about you don't come into later in the movie right RAFI, Cassidy plays your character. I I think has is wonderful young actress who plays Celeste for the first half of the film when the it's sort of the birth of the pop star out of this sort of tragic event that happens, and she writes a song in response to it that makes her this kind of star. And then the second part of the film's where I come in. And I play Celeste wants she's already been established as a as a pop star and had her like Lowe's, and then is coming back, and she's having this big kind of comeback tore performance in her hometown. And and she's you can kind of see how she's been ravaged by by fame. I'm and and and what it's like to be performing all the time. Do you do perform in see did songs? Yeah. So none of this. You've just said green ons. Hi, this is easy. Well, I always think that some certainly wasn't easy. And but all of these kinds of challenges always take a certain degree of ignorance to take on. And then you you kind of know how aren't they? And you're like I can try that. And then you get there, and you're like, wow, this is really really a lot harder than I ever imagined. But it was really really lucky to get to sing songs written by SIA and work with her music producer, Chris braid. And I've worked with my husband again, he choreographed the and performance. So that was it was it was and with the most incredible dancers. So it was really a very lucky experience just loved her when she just goes to this diner, or whatever dump it was that she would in having the talk and just looking and being aware of everything that's rounder. Yes. Well, well, I think that's part of what's different about being a pop star than an actress for examples that your persona as a pop star is an extension of yourself. It's it's it's it's you that you're putting there, and so you kind of have to be that person all the time, whereas an actor. The whole thing is that we're supposed to be completely different than the characters. We play what's impressive, or you know, is if we can really transform so you know, to constantly be performing this persona is you can only imagine is really complicated. And yes, she has this extreme hair and make up and clothing. And it's it's all kind of this armor that she has to to kind of show people what she wants to show them. Which is she's tough. They can't hurt her. Like, no matter what they say. No matter what they do. She can't be hurt alcohol the drugs and everything else seemed to indicate that not true. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Well, the yeah. The more the more toughness people show, usually the more the more wounded, they they are the question of violence that you brought up before it's so key to it gives the movie does begin with the school shooting say anything more about it. But it's the time of. Combine it's we grow up. This is what this country..
"natalie portman" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"He was so young at the time. Gear. I felt so uncomfortable doing it. And I had to hit him beforehand, and we didn't rehearse the the slap. And I really actually hit him hard. And then it was just awkward because I think he was eighteen rights. Yeah. Oh. Oh. Said I liked it. That would make me a big creep. Thanks, very Dana. From philadelphia. Hey, dana. What's your question? Hey, Andy, my questions for Natalie Portman. Hi, Natalie how you end Jessica Simpson spoken off line since the recent miscommunication. No only only on. And and I have only, you know, only respecting good feelings for her. That was so well that was such a nice dialogue. You both had was very respectful was it was it was not everybody could squash their beefs that way. You know? We'll also I mean, I think there's no need for beef between women we're like we're all in the same to diety and living with the same pressures. And we're we're allies not. Kayla. Am texted. Leslie, man. Do you consider yourself, a cool mom or you actually strict with your kids and I'm not strict, but I am like I'm probably like clingy with my kids looney with your kids. I like I wanna be around them all the time because I like them. Mitcham emailed Natalie Keira, Knightley said she gets mistaken for you all the time. Do you ever get mistaken for a tally all day? I get a lot of like we loved the nutcracker recently. And I'm like, I'm so happy. I can't take credit, but it's a big compliment. I appreciate it. Let's go to Susan from New York. I susan. What's your question? Hi, andy. I'm hi, Leslie since we're nearing the ten year anniversary of this is forty are. There any plans for you in Judd to work on this fifty. I'd love to nuts only the best idea ever had that would make. I have been missing read lately. I have we haven't talked about it. I'm so not yet. But maybe now we live. Let's go to Cindy from Florida. He's Cindy what your question. Hi, my questions for Natalie. Now, what is the biggest difference with the Jared, Kushner, you went to Harvard with and the jerk Kushner of today who I liked. He's got a lot more power yucky yet right down. You also went to college with Mark Zuckerberg? Yes. Yes. I didn't know him. He was a freshman when I was a senior. So I got to go through college without social media. Lucky? You think do you guys think we're going to go through a phase in society at some point soon where kids will go against it. And be like, I'm not into Instagram. I think it's already had zoom. Yeah. I hear that from my kids. Oh, that's great. And I ten year old says that she's she's trying to stay off of it. Because it makes her feel better. It makes me feel bad being on Instagram. All of us are better. If we stay off of that. Okay. Let's go to Christi from Texas say Christie. What's your question? Hey, Andy my question for Leslie. Okay. What is your least favorite jet appetizer movie? Oh, ooh. Oh, gosh. I don't know. What I that's a terrible question. Like, I hate one of his movies. He'll be so mad at me. Well on that note, it's gametime everybody. Not only sings original songs by SIA. But when I throw random poplar at my guess will they see? Oh, what's coming? Let's we pot bars. I'm gonna read out a few lyrics for my conic pop songs. The first person to yell out the singer of this song of that song. We'll get a point whoever whoever's the most points at the end wins. So just both of you scream out who sings the song. Okay. Do you believe in life after share? Yes. Because the player's gonna play play play play play. One. It is too. Hello from the other side. Adele. Yeah. If you liked it. Then you should have put a ring on it beyond sad. Yes. You got the right stuff. They be. New kids on the. Somehow I made it through I made it through the wilderness. Somehow I made it through. A little lady named Madonna..
Jessica Simpson is not happy with something Natalie Portman said about her
Go Out Or Stay In??
"It's the weekend. The most wonderful time of all because that's when we at entertainment rundown. Play our weekly game go out or stay in so hold onto your hat or start a book club where you and your hat can read and then discuss becoming by Michelle Obama, you've found it enlightening, and inspirational your hat found it well written but had trouble relating to the parts about being a person. The entertainment news starts now. We go. Despite all the invasion of privacy lyrics, telling us, otherwise Cardi B and her husband offset have broken up about fifty percent of the songs on his album sound like prelude to a divorce at best and along tumultuous sold during marriage at worst. So maybe everyone is on a better path. Now, I will need some time to grieve for the photo shoots that never were because dam was this a stylish couple offset, suits. Oh, my God gonna go. Do a sad Google image. Search right now be Rb. The Golden Globe nominations are in. And so are the Golden Globes host. It will be Andy Sandberg and Sandra. Oh, no news yet on an Oscar hose right now, they're leaning towards a bottle of coke wearing a bow tie. Here are the major categories for best motion picture drama. It's Black Panther black klansman bohemian rhapsody. If Beale street could talk and a star is born for best motion picture, musical or comedy. It's crazy rich Asians the favorite green book. Mary Poppins returns advice for best television series drama. The Americans bodyguard homecoming kill eve and pose and for best television series, musical or comedy. Bury the good place kidding, the Kaminsky method. And the marvelous MRs Mazel, I was a big fan of the first season of the marvelous MRs Mazel, but I haven't watched the second season yet. I don't even know what's stopping me. It's like when you think of a friend. You haven't talk. Two in a while. And you want to hang out with them. So you take out your phone to write them attacked and then suddenly out of nowhere. You're on the couch and your pajamas. How did that happen? And who poured me this coffee mug full of wine. Netflix spent eighty million dollars to keep friends streaming for another year. So another generation can grow up on friends, and then go to New York and be really confused when there are black people there who aren't I Asia Tyler nice, dry, Charlie. You did what you could girl. There's a chance that the MTV series. Celebrity death match might be coming back is cube is producing a reboot of the series that ran from the late nineties to early arts. This is the second attempt at a reboot. There was another that fizzled out on MTV a few years ago. But I don't know I'm sure there's a place for celebrity death match somewhere. But perhaps it's not in our modern, hyper connected world in these times. We live. When you can just read the great Debra messing. Susan serandon Twitter war of twenty sixteen. If you wanna see celebrities beat each other up so much more vicious than claymation also for the record team. Debra. It is the weekend. And that means it's time to play go out or stay in a weekly game. Where we pit the latest theatrical releases against the most recent morsels available to stream on net. Flicks. Representing go out this week is vox, Lux, you might have seen the poster for vox locks and assumed it was just Natalie Portman in a campaign for Matt cosmetics, but the death by shadow look left aside. This is a real movie and the early reviews are fine. I might see it just because I can't resist the gravitational pull of Natalie Portman playing pop star. It makes literally no sense to me. And for that reason, I can't resist, but before you put up puffy coat on over your pajamas because I'm going to the movie theater. Okay. Not Buckingham Palace representing stay in this week is dumpling. Starring Jennifer Anniston. I'm really excited for this movie for two reasons. One Jennifer Aniston. Plays a critical beauty Queen mom. And I think Jen really thrives enrolls where she can be mean, even friends sassy Rachel is the best. Rachel also. I love a film about how internalized misogyny chips away at mother daughter, relationships and Thirdly, and most importantly, they won't let me bring my coffee mug filled with wine into any of my local theaters. So Carl up on your couch like a cute little potato because this week's winner is dead. Maybe I'm being a little hard on friends today. You guys I mean to be fair Gabrielle union was also in an episode. I remember because I was like oh my God. Oh, my God person of color on friends await she's gone. Take care guys. I've Olympia Harewood, and I will get your next time until then recess a journey. The podcast. You just heard was made using anchor ever thought about making your own podcast anchor. Makes it really easy for anyone to get started. It's a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing podcasts. 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Golden Globes nominations and the Oscars find a host...for now
"KCRW sponsors include neon presenting vox, Lux, twenty-first-century portrait of Celeste a pop megastar grappling with a tragic past starring Academy Award winner, Natalie Portman and Academy Award nominee, Jude law academy eligible in all categories opens Friday. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me is Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt we have the Golden Globes nominations out today, and I cannot discuss the Golden Globes without once again, noting what the heck are the Golden Globes. I mean, this is a group of foreign press people, and they are not a big group about ninety. I think is how many there are and they have managed, you know, kudos to them to create this gigantic deal around a bunch of reporters, some of them who I think are not even fulltime reporters may not have been published for awhile anywhere that you've even heard of. But whatever they've made it into this huge deal this huge telecast. And even though it has no connection to the academy whatsoever. It is. Deemed to have influence, so I guess we have to talk about. Yeah. And the fact of the matter is the Globes do matter they're an awards body that starts off the season their their nominations are in play during the very important holiday movie going seasons. So they can be influential on box office, and they are an indicator of the Oscar nominations, and I think this year the big winner from the globe. It's gotta be vice the Dick Cheney movie from Adam McKay, which has six nominations to lead the field. Yeah. I mean vices people thought that Christian bale would be nominated for playing Dick Cheney. But I don't think it had been seen in the best picture category. I don't know if it truly influences, but maybe on some unconscious level this attention does influence, so I'll let you have that point. Again. There are some changes. I do think that the Hollywood Foreign Press has tried to do better. There has been a wrap in the past that they snub movies with African American cats that did not happen this year movies that are in the mix. This year are black klansman. From Spike Lee, Black Panther. Of course, the marvel movie, and if Beale street could talk which is based on James Baldwin story. So those movies are in and that's better one thing that has not gotten better. And this was pointed out last year by Natalie Portman and announcing the nominations no women nominees again in the director category. That is unfortunate. I don't think the Academy Awards nominations will likely have any female directors. Either least how it's playing out right now Tamara Jenkins is sort of in the race for the fertility drama private life that she directed for net. Flicks. There is Debra Granik has leave no trace, but that's considered a smaller movie, and Marielle Heller has can you ever forgive me, which is getting more notice for Melissa McCarthy's performance, and she was nominated today as well. Yeah. Of course, there's khloe show with the writer, which just wanna Critics Award in New York. So that I think might be on the academy's potentially. It's a small. Movie, but potentially on the kademi threat. Our TV is where the most controversy happens, you know, things like succession overlooked, which is a very well regarded HBO series, and you know, certain things that don't seem to make sense, but I'm just going to pivot away from that for second to talk briefly about the Academy Awards after a long delay. The academy has come up with a host or ABC for the ABC telecast, Kevin Hart instantly, there are issues on the internet because of homophobic jokes that Kevin Hart had tweeted unfortunate. But it's a very tough job the academy to find a host. And it looks like they may have overlooked something here. Yeah, he certainly popular and has a lot of movies that people love. So we'll see when that they stay with them. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's Melanie editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include neon presenting vox Lux at twenty-first-century portrait of Celeste. A pop megastar grab. Alling with a tragic past starring Academy Award winner, Natalie Portman and Academy Award nominee, Jude law academy eligible in all categories opens Friday, this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status has a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join.
"natalie portman" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Okay. First story to names that I never thought I'd say in the same sentence Natalie Portman apologizes again to Jessica Simpson. Oh my gosh. I'm stressed out. I'll read today's this story. I saw just because plus, but I didn't know what prompted okay. Yeah. I couldn't figure that. There's this story Natalie Portman is following up on her original explanation of her comments about Jessica Simpson with a direct apology quote. Thank you for your words at okay, they skipped around here anyway surfing beginning. Well, he says this now fastly, okay, Natalie comment, madly Portman made a comment about Jessica Simpson being in a bikini and how she was also like a virgin at the time in the nineties in the nineties. She was photographed into McKinney. And it was also saying she was Jin Nellie prominent things you can't do both. Yes. And then Jessica Simpson put out a very well written statement. I think I'm actually read it verbatim. Just Instagram dot com. By the way, both shutting down right now. Jackie I agree that it was eleven statement. But the red and black motif was weird like she went out of her way to put like casino colors in her statement. And I thought that was an interesting aesthetic choice. I agree. But I think she wanted to be taken seriously. Okay. And it sounds like the colors virginity like read. Really? I don't know. Right. Is the color of blood when you break your virginity? So it's all about Charing. Okay. This is what she said at Natalie Portman. I disappointed this morning that I confuse you by wearing a bikini and published photo taken of me when I was still a virgin in one thousand nine hundred nine as public figures, we both know our image is not totally in our control at all times. And that the industry working often tries to define us in boxes in. However, I was taught to be myself and honored the different ways all women express themselves. Which is why I believe then. And I believe now that being sexy and McKinney and being proud of my body are not synonymous with having sex. I've always embraced being a role model to all women at to let them know that they can look, however, they want where whatever they want and have sex or not have sex with whomever. They want the power lies within us as individuals. I've made it my practice tonight. Chaim other women for their choices in this era of times. And all the great work. You have done for women. I encourage you to do the same. I thought that was such a beautiful statement. And I read homeowner we talking about. Right, right. Yes. And betting heavily partner. Make these initial comments what why she coming up and also wise Natalie Portman still thinking about a photo of Jessica Simpson the bikini from the nineties, I don't know, exactly. Go from the G Q shoot where she looked show. Banging. So I always think about like when I think of Jessica Simpson, my mind immediately goes to the daisy Duke shoot with a little underwear denim and underwear looks so great and that was like the best she ever looked. So I understand that. Really? I think I would feel a lot better. If I knew what exact photo they were referring to you know, yet whole shoot was set. I don't know. But it the interview she said that she was confused as a teenager while she was a teenager by photo of the singer in a sexy bikini, accompanied by an article saying, she was burgeon. And then so in Natalie apology, she also tried to blame the media for putting those things next to each other. Right. And not Jessica. So I guess the point in the original interview was like as women growing up. I was given false media. You don't even know like. Really pisses me off. I don't fuck with her either. I'm Jessica Simpson. Like, no matter what the argument even was. But she's also, right? Well, I'm just because Simpson because we have the same birthday. And like, I've always felt this connection to her. And when she was at her peak, and like birthday buddies was thing, I was guess just Simpson's my birthday, buddy. And like everyone's always Chelsom me, and I don't fuck with Natalie Portman, and you'd think like her just because she's like, a fellow Jewish girl from Israel born in Israel..
"natalie portman" Discussed on High and Mighty
"But that one is that one is good too. That's a great one. And then the exact same premise no-strings-attached bed. Well, I think me lacunas, and Justin Timberlake and more likable. They're more likable, but they're also actually funnier than Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher Natalie Portman, of course, fantastic actor, and that's necessarily funny. No, not necessarily. Fantast Natalie Portman of phantasm actor gave it like about asked. And the national was also in that movie like a bull. He was great in that seventy show. I mean, he's undeniably likable. He's looking in charming and tall and handsome. I just list absolutely physical. Maybe it doesn't him this rooms covered in posters. A love Peng. I love canon digital cameras. He those two movies were I appreciated them. I like the I like a adult like young young adult not like old people. I guess now. I'm old. But like twenty something Rahm calms. You don't get in see those a lot. At least when I was a kid. I always felt like the mom calms where people like Billy, crystal and Tom Hanks, we're like either thirty or sixty I couldn't tell when I was younger and now like, but then like when those broadcom's was so I just recently saw a very good new rock. I mean, you have any recent new ones you really liked. That's my question for you. Have you seen set it up on Netflix? So this is gonna be problematic. I don't think that was good. Wow. I know. Wow. I wanted to like it. Okay. I wanted to like it so much. I thought that it was very by the book without. Having like. Sinn do for me interesting. I liked it. Because I did think it was by the book, and I actually didn't care for the romance. Really? Yeah. I just thought it was a funnier. Calm. Maybe it was a calm Rahm comedy. I thought it was funnier than a lot of wrong calms have been lately. Like, I thought it was like Zoe deutshe and forget forgetting the dude's name right now. Who's like the handsome young other young male lead? I thought that both of them were they came across very funny. I didn't really have chemistry with each other. It is kind of weird that like the chemistry like like they were just both charismatic. But I didn't like really feel like them are of. That's the the fallback not the right word drawback or or downfall. Either. One of those of a lot of rom coms are that movie. Now that you're saying it points added a little bit to me where they. Kind of like are just together at the end of the movie, and you didn't like actually feel like you just feel like they like in that movie. Particularly feels like they just get to a point where they're like. Okay. I guess it's us we. They had one scene where they were like sharing that pizza where I was like, okay. I'm feeling something wasn't enough to get me through. And I felt like just the pizza. He's really like. Gives me cry. 'cause I wanna sausage and pepper slice. Pizzas. Kariya? These to numb nuts. And I also that the comedy was kind of all over the place like in parts of it'd be super broad than it wouldn't and this like opening like an opening seamer. The guy just like throws his phone into the bushes. And that's like very broad like people don't do. And then like, suddenly, we're back leg it was uneven to me, which is probably what I did like about it like a comedy movie where I'm just like. Wow. They're really just going for what they think is the funniest in this moment. Yeah. But also I see now how it affects its ability as a rom com yet. I don't really care, and I also felt like both bosses were. So over the top. Oh, yeah. I don't know. It was fine. I guess have trouble that I feel like that that the movie is just writing on like a girl being adorable. Yes. And I felt very much like that's what it was. And a lot of and like they did one of my least favorite rom com. Tropes, which is like they made her like really into baseball. Yes. Like em. When Harry met Sally like she's not like adorable. She's just like a woman. Right..
The 65mm Woman: Natalie Portman To Star In Sia Musical VOX LUX ...
"Mama. Mia, here we go again. Exactly. They really might go for it and sort of Italy kick the movie off like it'll even some good momentum as enters the false Hollywood Foreign Press. Is this the people that gave lady Gaga her Golden Globe, right? Ready for her second. Like if she doesn't win it, I think there's an they're gonna burn. Think she already one. There was a press release about that. I Richardson up for you at the Venice lineup. We've talked about, we talked about the trailer last week, but I'm really curious about the favorite yoga's slams most movie, but one that kinda snuck in. Don't know. It's going to be other festivals is Paul Greengrass movie twenty two July, which is, you know, just a cheery comedy about the Norwegian terror attacks of years ago. I did speak to a publicist for the movie a couple of weeks ago, and she told me that. I mean, it's her job to tell me it's good. But what she described to me was not just, you know, it wasn't ninety minutes of a terrorist attack. It's actually more about what the what, Norway did afterward to kind of come together as a community and to prosecute the guy who did it Andy. Now given that he's like a Neo, Nazi, blah, blah, like there's some, sadly, some really pertinent relevance to today. So I'm really curious about that. And then vox Lux which is another musical. I think with Natalie Portman, there should just be a musical festival. Actually Br brilliant idea which you know it stars, Natalie Portman as a pop singer. It's billed as a musical name, UB Jude laws and Jennifer, Jason Leigh and directed by Brady Corbett who we mostly know as an actor from funny games and various other things, clouds cells, Maria. But he directed in two thousand fifteen a movie called the childhood of a leader, which was really well received by some kind of sort of pretentious. Art has piece anyway, I'm very curious about that. I feel like that could be like a slow burn, kind of like dark horse contender for something. Maybe Natalie apartment, I don't know and kind of buried a little bit below the films, I guess because this playing out of competition, there's going to be preview of my brilliant friend. The HBO Elena Francais adaptation, which I'm very curious about. I'm gonna go pick a couple of like fancy director titles which got knows when we'll see them. Some of the may come out last year next year, but you've got the first film from Florin handled von Donner's Mark since the tourist, which was kind of his. Follow up to the lives of others, which was this hugely successful German film. The tourist was disaster. So it's interesting this evening could come back there. Jennifer Kesse director of the Babu has a film competition. The only woman with the film with the foam competition, which is its own thing that I'm really excited to see the film from Laszlo name. As the I think he's a Hungarian director who made on of Saul, which was incredibly Graham kind of them the Paul Greengrass style just deep dive into humid privacy of, but he's got a new film coming. So I'm intrigued to see it has to be lighted than son assault. I don't think there's an option, so we'll see what happens with that. The exciting thing about this lineup and the Toronto line which will talk about is that this year was so weird because there really was not a big awards contender that came out of Sundance. There really wasn't one the came out of can. There wasn't one of the south by southwest, really. So like it's just like, I guess we have Black Panther. That's one we think is in the best picture race. But like beyond that, like we're all of this is like new exciting. Like heaven's seen it stuff. Yes..
"natalie portman" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"The third creative partner in this who narrates the film is natalie portman can you talk about how she got involved with this project i've known her and twenty years ago twenty five years and this subject has just been an ongoing something we talk about time because you know as i was saying earlier it's not as if i reach some conclusion and then just went with it it's the wrestled with and continue to wrestle with and i i happen to like talking about it's one of the things chris just mentioned as really good point is this is not something that feels bad or is it diminishment only there things about the subject that are scary it's violent and it might require not doing things that feel good but it's actually a really great conversation to have because it touches on things that we care about kind of like tickles our brains and interesting ways but also that act of self empowerment of making changing the way that you live so that you better resemble the person you wanna be just feels really good and like students know that better than the people sitting around this table maybe because we've been we've forgotten a little bit or jade did a little bit but on high school campuses college campuses that kind of choosing to go against a mainstream that that doesn't seem to resemble you is really exciting on american college campuses now they're more vegetarians than catholics says not like a fringe you know movement this is something that's very very much at the heart of what younger people people in their teens and twenties or thinking about so anyway not only and i would talk about it and she knows writing the book and i sent her draft before i had published or finished it and which you had the draft she was really moved by it and said this might make a nice documentary and those kind of the beginning of a conversation that took a lot of time because christopher can testify to this obviously much better than i can really hard movie to make is one thing for me when i was writing the book i made a research visit but i did a lot of reading a lot of phone conversations krista get in places and you know you can't just talk to someone shows they're part of what's so powerful about the phil film are the kind of humane atmospherics looking at the face of the farmer seeing those pink lagoons really was a case of an image being worth a thousand words what we've mentioned the pink lagoons a couple times can you describe christopher what we're talking about when we say pink lagoons yes the hog industry kind of migrated to north carolina so this is a this is eastern carolina's which is you know i think the water table set three three feet three to seven feet in this area and the the it's a area that they overtook this very it's mainly you know impoverish poor rural african american community and they lack the political clout so incomes this you know the hog industry which had moved from virginia down to north carolina you know specifically smithfield murphy brown these are two big players that are in this area and they just dig big ditches and they put all of the excrement the pig shit the urine everything goes into this big what they call pink lagoons and the color of the water turns has pinker slow yep it which in your film you have some overhead shots of of of these places yeah and the remarkable there at you know when you're way up high in a in a plane looking at them they look like these pink postage stamps and then when you get closer there really an enormous size and they can do what they want with you know they put it in the that move from that you describe from virginia north carolina did that just have to do with laxer regulations north carolina yeah that's what i'm you know you know there was political clout that stopped it from happening in virginia so they just migrated somewhere else.
"natalie portman" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Brother as call and then altron used it to make a human cyber baby that became thorpe came in from his bath and use lightning and brought vision to life yeah it's complicated their vision we'll talk about him but moving on with the stones the next time we see stone store to the ther is melted down redstone yes why don't know but yeah it was the stone that made natalie portman unable to act what's the name of the reality show is a reality the reality basically you can warp it so maybe that's why it's liquid is that it's not it's in the solid state but it makes you think that it's in liquid who knows that really was the worst marvel cinematic universe movie if you don't count in humans and then guardians the purple stone the power stone yes that was the orb that remembered the ravages we're trying to take it's the opening scene it's the macguffin for the entire movie with ronin which is the next time we saw they hit us we thought we'd see thin ohs in avengers two there was no sign of anos thanos showed up here because he was ronin za boss he was the father of nebula and good damore and sent damore to go get the stone for ronin so that ronin could give the stone back to anos and then ronin goes roque not that wasn't confusing but here's where it gets confusing for me in the end of door to there was a scene of some as guardians bringing the collec.
Israel supporters speak out against tactics with Palestinians
"It's the real news i'm ben norton as the israeli military continues to mow down unarmed protesters in the illegally occupied gaza strip on a weekly basis some of israel's most high profile supporters have begun to speak out against it's brutal oppression of the palestinians early this april one of hollywood's biggest actresses natalie portman ignited a firestorm when she announced that she would not be attending a major awards ceremony in israel in protest of its violence in gaza in response the genesis prize foundation which oversees what has been described as the jewish nobel prize canceled its price ceremony in israel natalie portman has been a longtime vocal supporter of israel she was born in jerusalem and has dual u s and israeli citizenship but now even some of the most prominent liberal zionists that is liberal supporters of the political movement and the israeli ethno state even they are publicly criticizing israel's extreme rightwing government since march thirtieth palestinians living in the illegal israeli besieged gaza strip have held weekly peaceful demonstrations as part of what they called the great march of return these really military has responded by massacring on armed protesters at least forty palestinians have been killed including journalists and young teenagers more than five thousand gazans have been injured israeli soldiers have shot thousands of unarmed palestinians with live ammunition joining us to discuss the growing divide between what liberals zionists say about israel and what's actually happening on the ground is alibaba nima alibaba is the director of the electric intifada he is also the author of several books about israel palestine thanks for joining us thank you ben so what do you think about this.
Gaza violence: Israeli fire in new border protest kills 4 Palestinians
"To land loss to israel rights groups say israel has used excessive force toward protesters israel says it's responding to violence and attempts to breach the border actress natalie portman has withdrawn from a prominent award ceremony and israel according to organizers saying that she couldn't appear in good conscience because of quote distressing recent events daniel estrin npr news jerusalem thousands of students across the country walked out of school today demanding an end to gun violence and tougher restrictions on gun sales where becca hi brock is a ninth grader at middletown high school in maryland i'm here because i'm tired of being scared to go to school i'm tired of having lockdown drills i'm wondering whether or not it's actually real and if it is you know when it's going to happen to my school next and i'm here that politicians we'll finally start to pass commonsense gun reform the national day of walkouts was organized by students and time to coincide with the nineteen th anniversary of the mass shooting at columbine high school in colorado on wall street today losses down the line the dow fell two hundred and one points the nasdaq closed down ninety one this is npr new barriers are going up around areas of salisbury england as crews prepare for months of decontamination operations after a former russian double agent in his daughter were attacked with a military grade nerve agent it's been nearly seven weeks since the attack and larry miller reports many salisbury residents are still concerned they could be at risk at a public meeting men to dispel community fears the government's chief scientific advisor said cordons would remain around sows bery for some time but there's no need for the public to take extra precautions however went ask if the nerve agent remains that a lethal level in boyd conceded it must be assumed there may be high concentrations which could be toxic at what he called spots after being poisoned with liquid form of the nerve agent at his home sergei scruple on his daughter unia visited various places around sows berry before losing consciousness around two hundred military.
Frida Kahlo Family Sues To Block Barbie – The Forward
"At the age of twenty eight no details are known about his death at this time also trending online this afternoon rachel vice daniel craig the couple are expecting their first child together also natalie portman trending natalie portman has backed out of an israel award due to quote distressing events portman said she cannot in good conscious attend the two thousand eighteen genesis prize in jerusalem as a result genesis prize announced it was calling off this year's ceremony also trending online is priyanka chopra in the time one hundred issue the actress describes megan markle as a princess for the people a little riff on the people's princess got of course was prince harry's mom princess diana and also trending today it is four twenty four twenty that's his turning here at mytalk now it's time for your five eyewitness weather forecast today partly cloudy skies with a high of fifty two tonight mostly cloudy with a low of thirty two and tomorrow partly cloudy with a high fifty seven currently the mytalk studios it's sunny and it's fifty.
"natalie portman" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Still ineffective character study um you know the visuals are so great the emotion the atmosphere that they set up is incredible and just want say like i love the entire casted this film this movie proves y uh you know i've always loved natalie portman as an actress and this uses her perfectly like just her steely gays um there's a shot but then the trailers it's not a not a huge reveal uh there's a shot of her dislike kneeling mike going to town with machinegun and it's it's really short bits like you could see the strength of her in that moment in like just her ability to even do that effectively there is a proficiency there uh this character is both strong it vulnerable um i think very very logical it at times completely irrational and i love how she balances all those uh the the duality of all those things uh at the same time everybody else in this cast is amazing jeffrey jason lee uh completely enigmatic you never no eggs going on in her yes she is like somebody who's just like kind of accepted a certain sort of destruction in her life in it's it's kind of really strange to see in gina rodriguez is incredible a gene the virgin just a completely different calculating the virgin she is super bubbly super happy like just nice sweet girl here's she is like uh she is she is yes she is she is very tough and very different uh let me just yeah.
"natalie portman" Discussed on The Filmcast
"A big entity a big government installation would work like this wears out where all the details light arrival was so good at showing nieto of how this all was put together and you know the the structure of what w how all these government facilities work with each other in like that felt so believable say oh my god if if aliens were to land in a right as they do in rival this is how the government might actually reactor feels very believable complete possible whereas it it's just it's not that in an islet yes no and i think there's a good reason for that which reveals itself later but the beginning of this movie i was like how manages it's unfortunate feels like that we're we're getting the cliffs notes version of arrival but then the movie blossoms into its own unique tale and i i was very connected with natalie portman fact i mean it takes spoilers to talk about it but i i i'm so taken by her journey on a on a metaphorical level and sort of what she's going through with her family would get on it all that later but i the stir our sequences in this that are some of the most thrilling and tension filled i've seen in a while there it's beautifully shot it beautifully realized i think there's so much to like here i'm very saddened to see it not doing well in the in the in the box office because i think more people should be seeing it.
"natalie portman" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"The best version of what i do is like by trying to leap those things on the side and do you feel like were because you're cause portman is your maternal grandmother is less namely us in your your real sam is different and so do you'd see them as two different entities were able to go into like natalie portman mode yeah it's interesting that i i do feel like i really compartmentalize that and i don't know if that's like cell and healthy that a kind of had like these two identities but i thought that it was really helpful from me in school like when i was in high school i used to get like really upset if people called me port minute's school i like wanted my like other last name um um because i think there was sort of like this is the part of me that's private and this is the part of me that who's really me and then the public me is like this other thing and i think as an adult i felt more comfortable kind of in degrading that because when you're still developing your sense of self which is obviously a much more um dramatic process when you're younger langham's we were talking about before lake will continue changing for ever hopefully but i do have more of a sense of who i am now it can be really hard and destructive when the public you is like this other thing road and so to just kind of separate it and be like that's not me that something else is helpful to lake get to make that mistakes and fall in your face and be behave in ways that you're like oh wait that's not who i am and road change it in.
"natalie portman" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
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"natalie portman" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Chris she does all of this from portland and he says i think she is so talented and i hope you would too so go to out in the wild art dot com six also i'll be performing at a liberty live in oxnard county club this weekend with mike firm and in april richardson add that is fed 24 25 go to levity live dot com for tickets this podcast is natalie portman who is just all kinds of red she's promoting annihilation which is in theaters february 23rd which is a stunning movie that you should watch and in general she's just great she was just than snl again did nother wrapped was hilarious and is every bit as nice and cool as you would hope she would be was very cool to we recorded this at the roosevelt hotel 'cause she was doing kimmel so she popped over the roosevelt hotel because it was going to be to loud at the kimmel show with their getting ready to taper show so she came over we did it pakisan choose awesome so thanks valley portal for doing this episode definitely go see an isolation it is in theaters february 23rd this episode also rocky by square space the future is coming make a brighter with square space make a websi don't just rely on social media the everchanging algorithms of social media could take your business so just have a home base go to square space blogger publish content sell products services of all kinds announce any upcoming event or special project you're gonna get beautiful templates by world class designers powerful ecommerce functionality you can sell anything you want that's legal the ability to customize look feel settings products and more with just a few cliques everything optimize for mobile right out of the box you can buy domains choose from over two hundred extensions analytics to help you grow in real time you have built in.
"natalie portman" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"It was a good album it would still as like a punk record but all the songs are about like pirates happening pena pa rich biting into coins rape and then they put out an album the next put out was that one that had that song total immortal on it and has great song that's such a good song and then they put out this album that was the one that had day of the phoenix on it and all the songs were just about graveyards like all of them yeah i honestly think they they must have been like people are starting to dig this stuff or i mean or he always wanted to his name's davy have if by choice these teams johnny rotten by choice yeah her name's natalie portman jon stewart by choice by just wanted you to do that for hours i literally couldn't think of more than two oh by the way this is aside buddies guys i'm dave this is a suicide podcast hosted by two formerly suicidal people who joke around about it in order to help you laugh and feel safe that's what this is but we have not been to a good job of what to starting off at the top and being like isis a mental health oh well yeah that's why we play that thing at the beginning to remind you because there's no way we're going to remember to not just fart for ten minutes i always forget too far now.
"natalie portman" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast
"She's trying really hard don't get me wrong i love natalie portman but i do find it interesting that they cast given that everyone's seem her in so many things that are on like this if so i feel like the dryades our like it's two cgi looking oh for sure there's such a jim henson pixar thing going on i think with the puppets and the cgi is sell at the older ones you could tell they were like tax tactical real i think in this one they look more fake oh this is extremely unconvincing uh it does look like a mixture of cartoon in but reality is that jarjur banks to one everyone hates that is going to charge are being so now is the one that everyone i've ever known who love star wars does hate all right i see the parallels now remember alex was saying about him seeing way too much like um racist because he reflects a lot of fairly american black slaves and how they were represented in media like well if you look at leg gum in the 1920s in 30s how they portrayed characters he also said he doesn't like him because he was like a like the dick jokes tech character yes he did yes i'm waiting and waiting to see less i find them actually kind of fun kinda looked comic relief uh i'm in different tomb right now but i really liked the those breathing things that they put in their mouths to go through the the lake that is pretty cool i i want one word i get one.
"natalie portman" Discussed on Podcast Borracho
"Bit less mean she has a lawyer to throw nancy get legitimately natalie portman so interesting thing here is that resilient thing we told you what are some as young dot com august that in the question that gave them little herbal stem hip photosynthesis this type of support i could get better than lipponen metalwork were supposed to here's from the button it kasumigaseki donna john goodman this was a weight team me fight us off or even of unique as it is a monument to students here monday let me point that public nor working with a museum mees get innocent women as grenades states in the learning pyramid look at dawn on the rail is clearly protesters were deeper in this is that it'll narrow all nato makers as some have lentil and lizzy but embiid nor nothing nothing this that memo almost on this than in if things go so separatist guerrillas at each when hooker twin isn't a window as a window that we've billion tonnes is in this is false he wasn't done with food doodles lupus you'll model or whether it will data quoted by saturday lopez arrival mom is long ways it went through our lives me he energy lago asia will no longer feared they will we both had boosted that you immortal rollover don't don't your politics reporter was the case with pera is there is there what are they me me me me that nickel momir meaning microcosm yet.
"natalie portman" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"Imagine if she would have just cutthroat all over that fucking room that's what i'm saying yeah let those ulan of i think she wouldn't have had the the position of running for president through so maybe this is her like strategy strategizing plus ginsi how anyway inside largely so exciting dude oprah running for president i mean she will just win uh many ways and then one more thing about the globes the natalie portman and comment pook gives you let us know how those we can have anything dude there's so many there's so many layers to that so if you guys don't remember natalie portman was at the was nettie portman and of andy griffith show cleared some calls emma obi from from noise now he's a famous director now fuck that ginger oh my god goal was immolate i note the ron howard so i heard ron howard were standing there and instead of saying and the award for best director goes to she said and the award for best male director all nail director yom elder yes so now she's like all male um director category years or something like that whatever yahya and of course that was it and i'm mexican fucking won a golden globe and nobody gives a fog because that's how wide feminism works that pity metal malaysian this he let me speech has by the end this says like it doesn't matter the visibility of anybody else it doesn't matter who we stepped on and that's from the 19th century to the early 20th century voting rights for women nine bought there while they have to do as long as they're on the top we have to remember.
"natalie portman" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Mm and yet the eu your your site by the trailer of them now the aren't casting everything for me it's an island the alex garland uh movie a he obviously did an amazing job with x marking on i'm looking forward to seeing what he does next especially of natalie portman starring in it jeff cannot how about you i have no idea i think i'm i'm definitely at a disadvantage in this category not watching trailers 'cause i have no clue equality of stuff coming up but a couple of movies definitely feel like they might be contenders but up most likely be wrong i'll of dogs the new wes anderson i love wes anderson i love the fantastic mr fox so what what could go wrong i'll dogs and the irishman which is the next martin scorsese robert de niro joint that is i think exclusive to netflix extra agathe man yeah all right well let's check back in era guys and i'll use your choices to shame u n s o i think that's gonna wrap this up for this episode hope you guys enjoyed it a thanks for listening to us for yet another year i think this is the tenth time davinder and i have done together jeff looked rv time do get together or like that many many years that we've been recording casts episodes and doing top tens and we appreciate you stick him with us for for all that time so lots to look forward to in 2018 not quite as much it seems look forward to as there were due to resume thin but i still think it'll be a good year for movies so find more episodes of this podcast size from guest are com emails tsai kaseke mullah com or theme song comes from adam morrok dot com or spoiler bumper comes from carl hill injure and our slash from court bumper comes from simon harris in the meantime stay tuned to.