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‘Mario’ tops charts again; ‘Beau is Afraid’ wins in limited
"The Super Mario Brothers movie keeps the top spot at the box office for a second weekend. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Whatever those things are. The Super Mario Brothers movie made another $87 million in movie ticket sales domestically, according to studio estimates. That's the best second weekend ever for an animated film in North American theaters. The Russell Crowe filmed the Pope's exorcist, debuted a distant second with $9.2 million. John Wick chapter four is number three, followed by the Nicolas Cage Nicholas Hoult thriller renfield, heir is in 5th place.
Are We Under Attack?
"That it's not one it's not two, but three unidentified objects. That we have been shooting out of the air in recent days. It's getting a little bit wild. U.S. Military having to shoot down the third airborne object. This one now, in the Canadian territory, they had the permission of course of the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, we shut it down, and it follows the other two that we've had to shoot down and you start to say after a while, what's really, really going on here. There is a fourth, by the way, that nobody's talking about. Which I'm amazed by that the Chinese have admitted to it a fourth balloon, it's been hanging out in Latin America. Now the technically they've only admitted to two of these balloons, but they are trying to say that they're both weather balloons. Yeah, right. Well, anyway, the weather ballooned down in Latin America. That one is still there. And because they have some countries like Venezuela in their back pocket because these countries are so indebted to the likes of the Chinese or in some cases Russia. You've got Nicolas Maduro saying, oh yeah, you know, I believe them. I mean, he sounds a lot like James clapper, James clapper, the former head of U.S. intelligence, under president Obama recently saying he's inclined to believe the Chinese. Amazing what people will do and what people will say when they are so desperate to try and appease,
How John Kerry Became Thick Pals With Maduro
"Let's talk about what's going on in the world. And I want to start with this ominous meeting and handshake between Nicolas Maduro, the dictator of Venezuela, and one John Kerry. You were, well, hopping mad about it and rightly so. Yeah, and so and the reason I even knew about it is my cousin from Venezuela. Sent me a video. He goes, can you believe this madness? You know, he was super mad about this. And of course, you know, on social media, there are a lot of people that are saying wait a minute. Wasn't an equal as Maduro. What wasn't he? Didn't he have a $15 million bounty because he's a narco terrorist and so the State Department had a bounty on him. And here we are seeing John Kerry at the Egyptian summit, the climate change summit in Egypt. Shaking hands with him. What's up with that? And so everybody assumes that it's because Joe Biden and Carrie love, what is it called? Falling around with terrorists, but you know, it goes much deeper than that. And you had someone the other day. Frank gaffney, the other day, talking about the access of evil in our western hemisphere and about how these are marxists and they're taking they're taking the western hemisphere in a Marxist direction.
Nicole Malliotakis: Every Problem in NYC Was Brought by Democrats
"The city's being led by idiots Is it salvageable Well you're absolutely right that every problem that we're experiencing right now at the city state and federal level has been brought to us by one party Democrat rule whether it's Cassie hulk was ridiculous bailout that she refuses to fix whether it be Eric Adams now with the migrant crisis which by the way you should be telling Joe Biden He should be joining our calls to secure the border and reinstate the policies of president Trump at 7 the flow It actually made sense It was working And on the federal level you know what they're trying to do to try to bring all those New York City policies to the federal level We stopped them They tried to bring the anti police measures The stripping qualified immunity and taking away resources They tried to do that When we stopped them they tried to use taxpayer money to fund political campaigns and ban voter ID laws We were able to stop that too Packing the Supreme Court which was a creation of Jerry Nadler Actually it was a creation of Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela Destroyed the richest country in South America We were able to stop that too thankfully Now if we take back the house and restore some balance I think we would see a lot more leverage to stop Joe Biden reinstate some of these policies that we're working at our border finish the walls Things like that but and that's why my feet so important because we flip this seat two years ago we must hold on to it in order to take back the house And people that want to have are interested in learning more Please go to Nicole for NY dot com because we need every single seat that we won two years ago and we need to make sure that we win the remaining heat necessary So we at least have some type of balance in Washington
"nicolas" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
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Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create
"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in
"nicolas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"To clarify in the movie. I'm not really unclaimed different scenes. Just a small arnoun. I haven't seen it. But i'm toll. What it is is small black and white part where i'm channeled through a cat cabinet. Dr gary german expressionist style. Aluminum face all Leaving las vegas a little bit of gone sixty seconds. So that's all that is the reason why really made the movie was that tom gorman roby terrific letter and i can tell that he was made from a place of genuine enthusiasm and i'm always inspired by enthusiasm and it was a return to comedy and i'm told that when people see the movie they're really going on along with the ride and they're laughing and is. Why isn't nick do more comedies. And i was like well. Hello you're not inviting narrow zone i did. It can happen to you. You know. Tom com age honeymoon in vegas and and so i thought you know i think somewhere along the way people are in the small town of hollywood forgot. Then i can also be funny and i thought well. Let's go back to that. Just like a pig. Let's go back to the independently. Spirited drama leaving las vegas joe badly ten. You know this was like let's go back on and another part my repertoire that i wanna share with people on happiest when what i do makes people happy. Then then it's on then we have the connection then the the relationship is audience for myself. Were insisting again. And i think this movie massive talent will will bring back or the audience back. Thank you so much for all the great work over the years It's been fun falling you and thank you so much for doing this. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much take care. Thanks very much for tuning into awards chatter. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate taking a minute more to subscribe to our podcast on itunes or your podcasts out and to leave us a rating as well if you have any questions comments or concerns you can reach me via twitter at twitter dot com slash. Stop fiber and you can follow all of my coverage between episodes at t. h. r. dot com slash the race until next time. Thanks for joining us..
"nicolas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I do think human that stretch from four years that we talked about before was an example of going into my own wilderness. Removing myself from what. I had been doing in terms of big budget movies. I i had decided to return to my roots or not even return all that just go within and to be alone with my thoughts and my books and my imagination and i had very strong connections with my pets. You might my my cat. And i thought i liked. I liked what came out in the script about that. You don't see a lot of movies about the relationships. Between and i don't like the word paddock kicking myself. For saying that fam- animal family members those relationships getting the mindset with them. You don't need words you know what they're thinking they know what you're thinking spy liked the movie. That examining that but really isn't all only about the loss of the pig. It's also there's a much deeper wounded there and that is only hinted at through a movie in a very gentle way is never fully explained. And that's part of the power. That home is the name of the manic elements. That can tell you why i call it. A haiku was that the words seem designed in such a way where the spaces between the words resonated even more. And that's when michael and vanessa brought to it and is all we. There wasn't a lot of direction. It was just good. We went to set. We one or two takes. We were on the same page In sankt well and have you been aware of the response to the movie is do you does that. Get kind of pass along to you. I a friend of mine. Who's also in the industry. Sent me a pretty terrific list Out of new york called thrillers and it landed and really terrific play. So i i like gary oldman said The sound of applause is never to be taken for granted and as always enjoy. I made paraphrase so any kind of enthusiasm. I'm very excited about. And especially when it comes from my fellow actors. You know my brothers and sisters in the thespian. Realm are all my brothers. i a non-competition with them. And i feel i know what it means to bare. Your soul pharma camera. So is whether they know it. Or not i. I love all of them. Were big family last. Two minutes of it's okay. I just want to ask you about looking towards the future now. There was one time in twenty seventeen. I saw you were asked about doing tv. You said quote. I can't do tv. I'm an effing movie star. Close quote which i love because that is the way that it's almost throughout all of history. Tv's been regarded by people who made their name in the movies. But in the last few years it's really it's blurred a little bit a lot of movie people who you know as the mid range. Budget movies are disappearing. They've gone to tv. And so. I wonder if that's something you would consider i. Was i tell you where that came from. But i i don't think he would have used the f bomb but what i was also still. Ms used enormous. Bruce lee fan. And bruce lee would go to hollywood parties in the seventies and nobody would pay attention to him. Sadly as being asian and wrongly obviously and and he would stick his hand out and Movie star and. I loved him for that. I thought like japan. Italy and i love that. Thank you also i love. you know. There's something humorous about it. But i but in a way the reality is and you're right many of the scripts that are coming out of tell television. Today are braver and more creative than many of the movies that are being made and got close for tiger. King i got. I got close with joe exotic rather that was the title. That was a fascinating character. I think the real reason why. I'm traditions about television. Possibly wrongly even though it was a television king. george slaughter. Who discovered me is that. I'm afraid of being trapped. I'm afraid of being stuck in one. Plays with one group for years and years and i i have to move. I have to find different people to work with than go to different places and different characters immersed myself. And i think i would be very would be is i feel still did or or or stifled If i was on a chauffeur's three years playing one guy. One guy. Only i i do love movies too much and i i. I am proud. That i can say i'm a movie star anymore. Oh my ears are some people that were pretty. They certainly had their edge. You know but i. I think i was more when i got the star on the hollywood. Walk insane i. I told little story a massive talent. Which i shouldn't give away but i made it on. The spot is true story. But remember thinking to myself as a child growing up in hollywood visiting hollywood looking at the sidewalk in hollywood boulevard in the sparkles in the street and all the movie stars and i was at the time we were during saturday's everyone's talking about the nuclear threat and russia. What could happen. I thought well if a bomb at really went on. I guess maybe maybe if i could get a storm hollywood walker saying maybe my little star would be slowly outer space with all the other stars i put. I put that in the mood. That's a true story so when it happened i was really. I was really thankful so. I'm glad it's there and you anticipate the final question. Which is about this movie that. You've referenced times it's the full title. I believe the unbearable weight of massive talent. This is a belief set for next april. And the way it's been described this is not my words. I'm a quote back. Please correct me if it's wrong. You play a cash-strapped version of nicholas cage who ends up playing versions of his most iconic characters to get out of a jam. Now you said it's too meta for you even want to watch when it does come out but i guess we did something like this with adaptation but it wasn't you now right now. There's this sense that you know everybody thinks they know you in one way or another clearly. There's a lot of layers there. I don't know that anyone really does get it. Why if it's something that's uncomfortable enough for you to not want to watch. Would you wanna make it in the first place. Well there's multiple answers to the question. I the name of the characters. Nick cage so inadaptation charlie donal. That's a whole new ballgame. When you've got your own day. I made it because it scared me. Scared the heck out of me. And i tend to go within reason towards that which is which scares me as long as it doesn't hurt me or anyone else. I tend to look at the challenge.
"nicolas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Still with us. How how many movies again. That kind of on again eighty Guy got forty twice as much as me and just was funny. But then i was like oh i thought you know bodnar and cagney. They were doing hundreds of movies in the studio system. Weren't they on that. I think i'm not one seventeen now. And i looked at i went oops humphrey bogart forty movies. James tagging thirty four minutes. Wait a minute. I've got one hundred seventeen what happened. What is the reality is. I like working. I feel good when i'm working. I'm super housing when i'm working I'm always exercising always memorizing. I'm always stimulating my imagination and it's where i feel at my best so and martin sheen wants to me. He gave me the best advice of anyone in hollywood because i was friends with his family and come over and you know the only thing that matters nick is did you like the people you were working with and did you like where you were and at the time i was in my head. I say this to martin but i was acknowledged. Rain was the movie hovering the performance. But when i look back on it he's absolutely right now it is. Did you like the people you were working with. The did you like where you are and that has really become the main way i pick and choose what movie i'm gonna do i talked to. The director is one of my going. That's interesting to me. And i know i'm going to be healthy and i know i'm gonna you know. Bring your stage shape artistically because of because of the practicing so unhappy with the way things have worked out in terms of the big stadiums. I'm not opposed to that. I would. I would sure i'd i'd do it. It's really what it comes down to his script. I'm christopher nolan is the best in the business right now and what he manages. The with big movies is remarkable. I mean they are so complex and so thought provoking so unique. So you know. I can't be a snob zero movie. It's no good that that wouldn't be accurate. Well this brings us to the home. Stretch about peg which i think you know. It's i don't know how much you pay attention to these things but the the reactions to the movie but especially your performance have been through the roof in a way that you know maybe more so than anything in the last few years and i i guess i want to ask you how you feel about that but i just you know. It's not an a script that i would imagine. You know it could. It could have gone a very different way. It seemed the story just to for listeners. Who having yet seen it. And i don't want to spoil anything. But essentially this guy's living off the radar aside from the truffles that are found by him and his peg who his beloved pig and the pig is kidnapped. And how does that affect. This guy i am. Maybe maybe you you should. I should've asked you to do that. You might do better. But i guess. What was it about this that that appeal to you. There's there's a couple elements that went into the decision to do pig and one of them was you know i had explored almost the limits of where i could go with what i would call western kabuki operatic home performance by design boys and body movement and also emotional. Content still emotionally informed. But i thought that it was time to get back to a more naturalistic approach to tone performance photo. Realistic approach to performance. If you will. And i remember. I had a conversation again with father. When i was very young. I was looking at casa paintings and i was like what it might child's mind like this looks like i could do that. This isn't a wired. Both sides on the base doesn't very real kenny. Draw naturally and he said of course you can. That's this is him breaking free. This is going the imagination so for me. It was a chance to show the other side of own performance which i can also do in the hopes that maybe some of my other choices will become more understood as thought out and not just wild wild mess. It's actually from the imagination carefully. Thought out Michael sarno ascii. You know what's interesting is like. When i was going through all the movies staying in shape honing my craft good movies bad movies. Whatever they were. I always knew that it would take a young filmmaker. I never gave up. I never lost vase just like with leaving las vegas. I never lost weight. The young so mega would come and he would rediscover a and he would have seen a couple of early movies or she would have seen a couple of my early movies and they would know what they wanted to do with me. And when i sat down with him. And i talked with him and vanessa block to who also is a co writer our producer. I knew michael right away. I knew we weren't sec and i. He knew where. I wanted to go with the performance. What i wanted to get back to. He was interested in a more quiet approach. More slow approach. And that's exactly what i wanted to do. And she to his credit he stuck to his guns. He did not want it to turn into a john experience. He did not want her to be fisticuffs and guns in revenge she and he did not want the pig to live. He was like the pig nine. There will be no fighting and that took guts. 'cause i'm sure. All the other people with the finances warning to be more of a traditional john webb thing except for the pig. And we should say this is a guys feature directorial debut. It's not that it's a pretty well received. Yeah in that sense now. It's come up in conversation. I wonder if this is over analyzing but could you nicholas cage in any way relate to rob the sky. You're playing who had been and will put spoiler alert at the top of this conversation about both the pig and about what i'm about to say but this guy was a famous chef at the front and center and chose to live a quieter more removed. Life it was his choice. And i wonder. Is there any part of you that got this guy. I think very much so. And i made the parallel myself. I.
"nicolas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"My gosh as you say right in the middle of that run so it's not to say that there weren't other things and i'm gonna bring up a few in a moment and i also don't i think people there's a tendency to be a snob about giancarlo these and yet face off the when one really thinks about just the the acting challenge of that role a terrorist. Fbi agent who takes that terrorists face then the fbi agent pretending to be that terrorists. I mean that's not you can't phone that in. No faceoff was another one but then war. There were always different. I was still trying to find something but with off. What's beautiful about that experience for me. Is that all the expressions that i developed. And kind of designed and choreographed vampire's kiss. Suddenly i was bringing them back because i knew they were. In vampire's kiss. That was my laboratory. I could bring them back in this massive mainstream movie and again they were getting scared. I'd ruther with stared at the time looking. You make your acting a little more concise. But i was. I was finding ways of bringing that kind of expressionist. Don't performance style in a mainstream movie. I'm not a snob either. Everybody knows that. But i mean i think the best example of what i was trying to accomplish was face off in terms of what can be done with film performance and and in a big hammer for moving to actually have it. Connect and land was an audience. I realized it. Very very affirming for me because i realized that people the audience the people that were doing the theater They were also feeling that they were interested in the it and the opera and all that and so it just galvanize me cheap experimental was just to play the flip side of that. I did get the sense that at times. It could feel a little creatively stifling. Because when you're you had said quote. When i was making jerry bruckheimer movies back to back. That was just a high pressure game. There are a lot of fun moments but at the same time there was also we wrote this line. It has to be said this way. Well let me let me let me. Just say one thing. Because i don't want to knock jerry. Juries regime was the one that believes immediate kassian. The rock. I mean nobody else. Nobody else saw me in that light so he took a chance on me. It wasn't jerry so much. When i when i said jerry bruckheimer movies i. I think i was speaking more about disney. The they were the ones on they were. They were the studio. And you know the climate is changing and it's it was still doing pictures like source And even the last trader movie. It was kind of i. Just start feeling how it was changing that this was becoming more of a business model and i was feeling less oxygen in the room. But i don't i don't i don't blame jerry for that and in that period though as you said it's not that's not all you were doing. Where the big big budget blow 'em up movies. There was also one of the best things a lot of people think the best thing you ever did was adaptation which is right in the middle of their two thousand two playing two characters. I don't even know technically how you guys dead at twenty years ago but just Anything you want to say about that. Because i think that lord of war bad lieutenant they people who want to gripe for whatever reason that you know about the number of big movies those are some pretty risky indies style even if they are of the budgets vary but those are not those are not formulaic movies in any way they are. I think that were things became blurry for me was when bringing out the dead came out and i thought the movie was promoted in a way. That was confused with the action movies or adventure movies and that they were trying to find a way to facilitate both audiences as far as you can get an adventure film. That was a real character. Study in an analysis of what was going on in. Devil hell's kitchen at the time in manhattan in so that's why i said to myself. Maybe i need to go more in the direction of adaptation which is hands down the most challenging were going to ever had to do on a movie. I add twice as much dialogue as everyone else had to shift characters in terms of mcdonald's who was very jovial type of fellow or charlie user kind of a very sardonic. Ironic concert cast a intellectual sort of fellow and which side we go and then switch back two or three times a day and it was. I don't know that i could do again. I really don't. I started do a little bit on massive talent which are just generous. Bud agra bag you know you have an earpiece in your ear. You gotta tennis. You're looking at on a mike stand and you're imagining your brothers. There on your your dialogue played back by the after. Remember waiter moves. Were as donald. When you're charlie and you have to interact with. You're not blurring the line. But i'm very happy with that movie. And i'm and i'm very happy with the work from all the performers and especially with spying sound in the so. That was a good one. Thanks for remembering now on. Of course and now i wonder if you can pinpoint chronologically. There's a moment that. I am a few different interviews profiles that i read i came across reverend's to and just not sure where a long line this moment happened. But one quo for example quote. There was a time. When i was at a crossroads and i think i would have been perfectly happy. Just meditating and reading and thinking and contemplating what. We're all doing here but you can't do that as a film star close quote and then there was another place where he said. I went years where i was. All i was doing was meditating three times a day and reading books on philosophy not drinking whatsoever. Close quote few things like that. what what. When was that and what brought that about. Yeah well i just finished. Lord of war and i felt that my education was in cleveland. I got out of high school on a on a proficiency exam the ged. i. I have a diploma but i never went to a university or city college. My father went to city college. Good city college. Santa monica see an occidental. But i sell being the son of professor. My father him so was fed up with academia. Do better. I don't know where the real reason why maybe cost much you know is but i felt that i was in complete my in my education and so i found things that were interesting to me and at that time. What was interesting to me where my father was a comparative literature professor. I thought it'd be interesting to be a comparative religion professor. So i was fascinated by different philosophies. Different believes different spirituality and got into like The different.
"nicolas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Was bizarre and beautiful a quick. Follow before i ask you about. How the oscar affected things but this is always now and forever will be talked about in the company of the last weekend or days of wine and roses movies about that really seemed to get alcoholism at a deep level. And i i wonder what was your strategy. I heard something that you may have had a drinking coach that there was there like is it. Does it work to play. Act to be drunk playing drunk or is it no. You can't do what you can first of all leaving. Las vegas was four weeks shoe and that was a very dark corner that i had to go to for those four weeks but had been six months. I don't think i could have done it because it was so quick it. I managed to get through it. I had hired tony digman. Who was france's friend. And a drunk. And i would watch him and i would take him with me wherever i would go and i would study m as you would save the most amazing things i just put them all in the in the in the movie voice you would say he was the one that you don't on the bar you lean into the bar because it's not you know their it's and and being very taught but there were a couple moments you of personal you can't. I certainly can't act on alcohol. That would be a disaster. And i happened to be one hundred percent vote so i can access my imagination in my memories all acts. It wouldn't work. But i did want a couple scenes to be completely plastered and because i wanted to how that reality one of my approaches to that character was studied the great alcoholic performances and i looked at days Roses i looked at Lost weekend rain. I looked at dudley in ours. Look to christoffersen starts burn all brilliant for different reasons but then i saw albert finney in under the volcano and i watched him walk into the streets of mexico. In the first five minutes of the movie. I went back. I asked rock and to me. Dat reality the power that i got have a couple of scenes like that and i worked out with mike and mike new our a little bit because they had done another movie together and my guesstimate. Nicholas drake it. He so now you tell neck. I just would have a spin. It out to a sensitive. Okay whatever but but his. His performance really really inspired me. And i took something from all of them from delhi. I took the you can't modulate the loudness of my boys from kris kristofferson. I took a beautiful smile. No matter how dark things were getting smile. you know And lost weekend was the ugly side can the dark side habits over drinking and then but it was. It was our cine that i felt. He had not pulled any punches and he went all the way and so it had an authentic authenticity. Where i do not feel. I was seeing an actor. I thought seen something that was happening so interesting and really holds up well to this day i enjoy a checking it out again but head of this but i guess the question i have is your thirty two when you win best actor you had always it seems like kind of resisted being part of the conventional sense doing things the way that everybody else did it what did it what did it mean to you did it change anything to now be you know like in the ultimate the ultimate club the euro your oscar winner at thirty two. Did it change anything. What what's interesting about. That is that. I was working with sean at the time and on the rock. And and you sean was the other side that i grew up with on the one hand. I was watching james dean and marlon brando. And then on the other hand i was watching shawn and bronson slant i was fascinated by all and what you can do with with tom performance and when i was doing the rock i was shooting the rock. Even before anything restoring the buzz on leaving las vegas and then and then it started to click in something was happening and shawn said you know the best thing you can do is he had won his On the untouchables. He said the best thing you can do with the academy award is forget about it. Don't think about it. Don't dwell on just move on. Just keep going. And so what happened was when it did occur. I think a frustrated a lot of people was that i went in another direction entirely i wanted. It was a challenge. I was doing for. What is the thing that people tell me really can't do and the thing that people were telling me in circle some certain of hollywood although ed one immune to be an actor actor and stay more on daniel day-lewis path. I was seeing well. If you're telling me i can't do lebron's or a or a clint aura. Or if you're telling me. I chant then i have to phasing see if i can became a challenge which kept me kind of scared and interested. I just i never got comfortable. I never wanted to get comfortable with what i was doing. And that to me was as uncomfortable as get trying. Be an adventure after well. It's interesting you say. The rock was in progress even before the oscar. Because i wondered if that was the beginning of you know a string of very commercially successful but very different more action adventure type movies right so the rockies ninety-six conair and face off ninety seven city of angels another studio but this time romantic lead ninety eight sameer snake is going into gone in sixty seconds. Two thousand national treasure two thousand four. Did you find that you liked those. That working in that john remaining more than the either the comedic stuff. You've done really early on or the dramatic stuff lake leaving las vegas now. I don't think i enjoyed it more. I think it would became very interesting to me. Because of the format. I was fascinated by the way the way the story has to unfold. And how much time do you have. Between you know the car chase or between the fray to get a character developed and across so became this kind of ood. It's the right way of saying this this okay. I've got a minute to establish that stanley. Goodspeed is a beetle maniac. How can i make this guy in one minute. He collects vine on these people maniac. Let's do it and Or with any character. I was like conair. I've got only this much time. Establish some sort of melodramatic and humorous relationship. That he has about what he's gonna do when he sees daughter again. Let's get a bunny rabbit and longer saved money and it was just. It was just became interesting to me. In terms of the amount of time i have to crystallize deployed character. Um but then it became a cyber. That kept going. And going. And and i and i did try to infuse it with other kinds of movies like bringing out the dead but what happened. Which by the way i want to go on record and so i think that's one of the best movies i've ever made and i think that movie is gonna mature so well. It's just.
"nicolas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Were to your laurean Gene wilder my. Gosh you wanna talk about western route back when he screaming in young frankenstein or any of his movies. I mean that jesus operatic against i love gene wilder so these performances were inspiring. Me and i was trying to find a way because my aunt tally at talion talia shire. She was the one that i said to me. Naturalism is a style. She taught me that. And i didn't forget that what i have to say is i'm amazed an and that's why when we got pig by the way this is by design. This is a plan. This isn't just. I'm out of control but but i but i have to say that she was the one that allows me to see where i could go with film performance outside. The box of photo realism natural. Because she told me that but it does also seem like you were not those three that we just mentioned. Peggy got married raising arizona moonstruck. I don't get the sense that you were especially interested in doing comedies. And maybe some broader than others in fact isn't it correct with moonstruck. That was really. Just sort of a bartering with your agent to do something else right yes. Well the fact is that motto. Who when he when he died. I felt like a part of the golden age of hauling. Hollywood died with them on. Ed was somebody that wanted me to be a movie star. You wanted me to wear nice suit. Sitting wanted to be you know. He was representing richer during the mild and tenzin. So i'm going in their senior. Like i am a punk rock fantasy. I wanna go into german expressionism. I wanna be used assignment. Like nas for two of max schreck and apply it to the vampires movie. But you can't do that next because you're wearing stupid. Cheap plastic fans. I want to have some. i want to start out. I've gotta do this. I need to do this for whatever it is. I'm trying to create artistically and any want you to do moonstruck. And i didn't wanna do moonstruck because i felt that it was very kind of the hallmark card romantic sappy and i wanted to have this kind of like sex pistols edge with with dome performances and the deal was in then share. I met share went up to her house and she was very nice. And i said okay. I'll do it. But you gotta let me do vampire's kiss and he said i do that and i did. And now you know how much. I adore vampires. Everybody involved with that. I'm very proud of that movie. But i'm also very proud of roots star. Because i i grew into it. And i aged with and i go yo. I see where they were going with. This is really a beautiful not. I'm really happy i did it. So we were both work was right and i was right absolutely and i guess over the the next few years there. It's interesting because you continue to do sort of indie stuff like while the heart but there were also big budget comedies. I think you've called trilogy. Almost with honeymoon vegas guardian tests. And it can happen to you and then of all things which seem like. It doesn't really have a a precedent in the filmography before it. That leads right into leaving. Las vegas which i don't think ed or anyone else who probably tripping over themselves to have you do. This is three point. Five million dollar budget movies shot twenty eight days. And i guess i just wonder where what was your state of mind when that came along and and what made you want to do it. Exactly where my state of mind was doing. A picture with dana carvey job. Lord's georgia The who wrote and directed script He was very nice man. But i can tell. We was called trapped in paradise. And i would i could tell i was trapped crap and i couldn't get out and i was. I was going over and over. Just like talking with. John and with dana akin. I where's where's the movie. Where's the script where i can really dive. Deep in on earth the deepest part of emotion and memory. In and ed la mano to his full on credit. He said nick. I read a script. And i think it's the answer to our prayers and i think i'd take a little bit of credit with that because he knew where i was going and truth. Mind my dreams with film performance. And what he'd been through with me with ma'am buyers kinison. You wanted to do something you know. Independently with independent spirit and independently in an unafraid to get a little dark and go to areas in are exactly commoner popular in hollywood and i read it in right away. I knew yes. I wanted to do and i just thought it was the most heart wrenching romantic in his own way relationship between these two people i cared so much about elizabeth shoes character. Sarah and i cared about bannon. I thought the two of them to me. That was what to be. That was the definition of true love. You accept each other. In spite of your your your flaws you love each other conditionally at that script explored that dynamic but nobody wanted to make nobody in hollywood wanting to make it easy we we must have shot at a million and it wasn't till mike favorites so we're gonna do it on sixteen millimeter film and and that in itself was amazing. He's the camera was so small so it was almost like you get really deep in highly detailed moments. That didn't seem like they're resenting act because the camera was just right there to notice so that and i can tell you specifically that when i read that script i said well this. I don't know when he was going to think about this. But i am never gonna win an academy award anyway. So let's do it and it was like as soon as i allied goes. I'm going for the oscar. Let's just do this. What matters to me happened.
"nicolas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Excited about it. And proud of and i'll just say people. Listen to this podcast. We did an episode. George schlatter who remains a character to this to the day. But so we're up to the point. I guess where you're waiting into the business as you said. That show didn't last that long but really within a short period. There's some projects that were. I know apart from your uncle like fast times ridgemont high which was then edited down a bit and then probably most notably birdie right but then also a few with him in that same period rumble fish con club so i guess people might wonder when did when and why did nick coppola become nick cage. Was there some event. Yeah absolutely fast. Times ridgemont. high is turning point. So what happened was i was sixteen. Maybe and auditioned for the judge. Reinhold part brad. A lady ten times. I don't know i never lied about my age. I mean i think people said i did. I didn't i told the truth. The reality is they wanted to cast me in that part but they didn't think that i could work the hours because of my age within judge did it but gave me a kind of a well crummy little part another arnoldo parts. That's true. I have respect for everybody in in film performance but that part was crummy and there was no not much i could do. I think they called me the nerd from fast times. And i won't mention names but the you can imagine. These people are people that i might tie on fire and then they would congregate outside my trailer and they would say things like And they know who they are. They were saying things like. Oh nick nicholas Be an actor because tzanko to render the godfather and then it was like a. I love the smell nicholas in the morning which was lying from pago. I love the smell of napalm in the morning just went on and on and on and i just remember. I had this moment soggy. Some friends and i i think. I don't think i can make it like this. Ab- people are gonna keep bringing that up when i'm trying to do mine. Focus on this path. That i wanna get on and so i got one. I wanna change my name. And i was thinking what name should i have and i take cage because cage was interesting to me because the balloon cage the comic book character. I i liked his name a cool name and then john cage the longer composer which was brought to me through my father again so it like a name that had a duality to and it was short and sweet. I had a good ring to it with nick. Nick cage like a really western name charles charles bronson but for me. It was nick cage. I i liked it so so. That's where the name change happen. I don't think it went over well with my family. I don't think my my grandmother morello. We call was happy at the stupid dumb thing but nonetheless. When i went out on my i thought it was for martha coolidge on valley girl as cage and i had my head shot and she was going through all these different people with the casting and she said. I don't want all these pretty boys. I want someone who looks like acid. You picked up a picture of me and whose name nicholas cage and she brought me read. And then i got the part. She said i did know. You're nicolas coppola. If i had known it would have colored my perception so bingo i i did the right thing i had to do it and i'm glad i did it. I am nick cage. And i'm i'm happy with that giving me. I am sorry that spending mine my grandmother or anyone else in my family. I'm still very much coq. I still have a coppola mine. And i still consider myself very much. A part of that family but i am nicholas cage and i'm proud of minor. My named what's interesting is that i guess that's one example of having a sense of where you what you where you wanted to go with things at an early age another though. Is that even as you began working and in those first years of of doing stuff that people were seeing you were doing things that maybe people today label They they found it. Weird or unusual in terms of your. I know from from who channeling to play a character. Let's say two different mannerisms and gestures and things that you would bring the parts. It was not your typical naturalism. That people have been going for lately. And i know that that was not a coincidence. I wonder how did you what what made you at an early age. When a lot of people would be happy to just be getting work and not want to do anything to rock the boat. Not only were you willing to try kind of different stuff which you've had different labels for but to be very fixed about you weren't gonna be dissuaded from even if the men potentially being fired or different things i'm talking about correct me if i'm wrong but like your local. Did peggy sue got married in eighty six but in that same period is raising arizona. Moonstruck several where it sounds like. It came pretty close. To going off the rails. But you said your ground well first and foremost. I was blessed to work with people that they may have been worried. There was a time on zona. Were jolson cast. This person acted that test. That person i auditioned for that part of million times. Fifteen times probably. But they stuck with me and i think that francis stuck with me and they almost came. They flew up to his house to fire me in In the big spaghetti dinners. Who will this is the performance and this is ways doing and you know when i was doing god. Marlin was doing that. Voice with conmebol In what that either but so he was very supportive protective of me. I've never work with him again after that experience but that notwithstanding that he had my back moonstruck again that was norman. Called me during the holidays. Were celebrated said to dailies. Aren't working the and i just like. Oh boy i'm gonna get fired. So i i was trying to bijon marais from john hawke tos beauty and the beast and i dropped that voice. Originally i talk like i dropped it. Even though he was speaking in french speaking at brooklyn accent like the east but was fascinating. Is that john patrick shanley. So we'll you. Original title for the script was the walls from the bride. So i was reading between the lines. I was taking up on something and my father. I'm i'm on hopscotch. It my fault told me a story about a japanese rock garden artists who went and visited the ultimate japanese rock garden and the maestro's deceased and he went and looked at and he's looking at as the student. He says something's something's wrong. Look over there go over there. Dig out over there and sure enough. They uncovered iraq. That was missing. They put it in the right place so to me. That's where i was going with john. Patrick shanley's script. I was reading between the lines. And i was uncovering the rock which was the beast and it was the wolf in the crime. But i was again. I was growing up with these performances. Always grown up with anton. Walbrook in.
"nicolas" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And thank you for tuning into the four hundred. Seventh episode of awards chatter the hollywood. Reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is an oscar winner who has been called by the guardian quote. The greatest american actor working today full stop close quote by david lynch quote. The jazz musician of american acting close quote and ethan hawke quote the only actress marlon brando. That's actually done anything. New with the art of acting close quote. He starred in more than one hundred films. Some big budget studio picks and others indies made for a song. And a prayer some giant blockbusters and others which went straight to vod some critically acclaimed and others utterly panned but one thing has always been consistent his own performances are never anything less than fascinating in the view of the new york times quote unlike most movie stars who are walking answers machines who reliably fill expectations rather than confound them. He rarely does the obvious thing whether in his choice of roles or how he plays them close quote. And as vox put it quote among american actors he is in arguably singular defining. His work is weirdly slippery just when you think you understand what his thing is. He does something entirely different. Close quote. i'm talking of course about nicholas cage over the course of our conversation. The fifty seven year old and i discussed what it was like growing up. Nicolas coppola and why even before he was a star. He was insistent on playing parts in unexpected ways that very nearly got him fired from projects ranging from his uncle francis. Ford coppola's peggy. Sue got married to norman jewison moonstruck. What led him to his oscar. Winning role in mike vegas low budget leaving las vegas and why he then followed it with a long string of big studio action adventure movies among them. The racan air faceoff gone in sixty seconds and national treasure. Why in the years since he has worked so much but largely under the radar with notable exceptions including spike jones's adaptation. David gordon green's joe panos because matas says mandy and most recently michael surname feature direct. To'real debut pig in which he gives an understated performance as a man living off the grid whose life is rocked when his truffle. Hunting pig is kidnapped and for which he has received rave reviews. And even some best actor awards buzz plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go to that conversation page. They so much for joining us on the podcast and on this this one. We always begin really at the beginning. If you wouldn't mind sharing for anyone who doesn't know where were you born and raised in. What is your folks to living. Well i was born in harbor city. California and i spent the first twelve years of my life in long beach california. My father was a literature. Professor teaching cal state long beach. Mother was a retired dancer. She wasn't really working. When is growing up and that was the beginning again. I had a terrific backyard for some reason that i deeply touched by my father. Build the wooden castle like clubhouse had turns and everything and i spent the majority of my childhood in castle. And i would really imagine things. I guess you'd call it daydreaming. But i rather blissful times in that castle hallowed chair and we'll tell you rolling. My mother would bring me exellent sandwich. Mel's pickles on the saw. I remember i started. Found a shovel restarted digging a hole. I couldn't stop digging and digging day to someone told me you dig your way to china. So i thought i'll try it as i'm talking like forty years old. And then they found the whole massive had to cover up dangerous but yeah. That was my childhood. I could see roots the roots of my jaw literally Roots of plants in all. That's how far. I was thursday while prepping for this a read a bit. More about your folks and it sounds like your dad was also kind of an influential in the sense that he was introducing you to good movies when other people were watching you know animation or nothing wrong with animation but And that your mother had her own influence. I know that there were what i was able to gather there. Were you know she had some struggles. But i wonder if you can just attribute what what do you think you took away most from each of them. Well my father. You're absolutely right. And he was deeply immersed in art and culture and being a educator. It was the best gift he felt. He could get me but we didn't have any money living on future salary. But what the best gift he could give us brothers. I was the ability to appreciate art and to appreciate the movies that he enjoyed and so he would take me to these little art house revival theaters and our impossibly young age. I would just get lost in citizen kane a magnificent emerson's mesopotamia on the waterfronts watching movies. Durham crush away. Tonight was amazed at how drawing to them. I was and then of course. She got me into reading blogs and he told me to be the foreign correspondent that year is. Herman has the door the back in that. I want you to write the missing chapter so you will go in as a foreign corresponding that world war clockwork orange or any of the boats who gave me in and i had a writer missing chapter. I thought he was trying to get me to. Actually i think he wanted me to be a writer. I don't think he wanted me to be a thespian. I truthfully don't but he did think that he could get to be a writer. He's trying to teach me how to think as a writer speed course later Came in handy. Because i did start riding a little bit and sometimes when you need to tweak a bit of dialogue recruiting whatever. I learned from that those experiences with my dad my mother you know. She had seen a movie that she made when she was at ucla and was called. Hell hell no doors. And it was to the very terrifying copy of music that i think kubrick using the shiny and it was black and white shoes trapped in hell and i would see that of course it was absolutely terrifying to sued trajectory. Earn a little screen and we play different movies on that as well but i became aware of her ability.
Nicholas strengthens to hurricane ahead of Texas landfall
"Hurricane Nicholas made landfall in Texas before returning to a tropical storm but it's still doing a lot of damage to buildings bringing flooding to the area and widespread power outages wind gusts along the coast reached ninety five miles per hour just before Nicholas made landfall and now are around seventy five with sustained winds at forty cents camper Hosko meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Texas multiple trees down all along in these coastal counties we've had some gas stations with the awnings been blown over some groups have lost some of the metal sheeting on some of the smaller buildings next to it and extensive power outages from all of the the wind he's as dangerous storm surge and heavy rain is causing flooding which governor Greg Abbott warns about your life is the most important thing that you have be cautious forecasters now expect up to twelve inches of rainfall before Nicolas moves into Louisiana early tomorrow I'm Julie Walker
Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue
"Economic and political problems long ago extended beyond the country's borders millions of venezuelans about one fifth of the country's population have fled to other countries this weekend representatives from the government and opposition parties are meeting in mexico city with international mediators for more on this. We have the world's latin america correspondent. Or hey valencia. On the line from mexico city or the government and opposition in venezuela have dueling claims on power. Why the two sides meeting i mean. What do they want. Carol the many reasons for the meetings that are happening this weekend in mexico city can be summed up in two one word. Stalemate the authoritarian regime of nicolas's mother has strengthened its control power in venezuela or the last few years but at the same time. Venezuela is a pariah. It is isolated from most of south america and much of the world who rode rigas is a former vice president and the main emissary and the person who is speaking on behalf of nicholas modo here in mexico city this weekend. He made some remarks to the television dealer sued earlier this week info guy. They make of yet. Here's the pro that he gets saying that they have a number of proposals but they are mostly focused on the economy. Because venezuela has been economically sanctioned by the united states and by european governments who see nicholas model as an illegitimate president. And of course there's opposition leader guido who a few countries around the world still consider the president. Yeah the opposition led by kwon. Dole has not succeeded in their efforts to unseat the person who they see as a dictator their strategy has mostly been to rally amongst themselves because the opposition is a broad tent as many groups. It has been also to rally on the streets and to use the international pressure but they haven't succeeded so
Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue
"Venezuela's economic and political problems long ago extended beyond the country's borders millions of venezuelans about one fifth of the country's population have fled to other countries this weekend representatives from the government and opposition parties are meeting in mexico city with international mediators for more on this. We have the world's latin america correspondent. Or hey valencia. On the line from mexico city or the government and opposition in venezuela have dueling claims on power. Why the two sides meeting i mean. What do they want. Carol the many reasons for the meetings that are happening this weekend in mexico city can be summed up in two one word. Stalemate the authoritarian regime of nicolas's mother has strengthened its control power in venezuela or the last few years but at the same time. Venezuela is a pariah. It is isolated from most of south america and much of the world who rode rigas is a former vice president and the main emissary and the person who is speaking on behalf of nicholas modo here in mexico city this weekend. He made some remarks to the television dealer sued earlier this week info guy. They make of yet. Here's the pro that he gets saying that they have a number of proposals but they are mostly focused on the economy. Because venezuela has been economically sanctioned by the united states and by european governments who see nicholas model as an illegitimate president. And of course there's opposition leader guido who a few countries around the world still consider the president. Yeah the opposition led by kwon. Dole has not succeeded in their efforts to unseat the person who they see as a dictator their strategy has mostly been to rally amongst themselves because the opposition is a broad tent as many groups. It has been also to rally on the streets and to use the international pressure but they haven't succeeded so far.
Taking the Fifth: Venezuelas Talks
"Today marks. The opening of the latest round of negotiations designed to move venezuela beyond its dictatorial rule as the country's economy has nosedived. It's politics have been in stasis since a rigged election in two thousand nineteen the opposition leader. One guido claimed to have one and dozens of countries including america recognized him as the interim president pause model work both the north raleigh north. Eight and the heat but the incumbent. Nicolas maduro has gone nowhere last month. Representatives from his regime and from mr guidos opposition signed a memorandum of understanding agreeing to work together towards fair elections wounded professor. And i guess we defeat people seven year but about the meeting starting in mexico. Today isn't the first time resolution. Discussions have been held. Its in fact. The fifth. Since mr doodo took over from the late hugo chavez in two thousand
Mexico to Be Site of Venezuelan Government-Opposition Talks
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Mexico will host talks between the Venezuelan government and opposition representatives a new round of talks between the government of Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro and opposition representatives will be hosted by Mexico late next week Mexico's president announced the talks are expected to begin August thirteenth with Norway mediating there have been previous attempts at dialogue that failed in twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen the sides met in the Dominican Republic and talks in Oslo in Barbados in twenty nineteen also proved fruitless among the delegates at the talks in Mexico will be Carlos Vecchio the U. S. representative of one why don't the opposition leader who is recognized by the United States and the dozens of other countries as Venezuela's legitimate leader hi Mike Rossio
Tarek El Moussa Allegedly Calls Ex Christina a Loser
"Between christina reportedly got real on the set are flung according to tmz tareq totally went off on christina. Allegedly calling her a loser and says he's winning amongst other things now. People think christina is responding on instagram writing. Some people are lucky enough to get forever the first time but no one should be shamed for things not working out and no one knows what goes on behind closed doors remember that before making judgments sumptious all facts but by the way neither of them got love it first cider forever like what divorce from each other so what is like what is he talking about. It's just crazy. But i feel like this post is confirming. It happened one second. When you heard this that this did not happen. I look turk has been on the show. He's been nothing but lovely. Sean not going to say that. I he seems like that type of guy but i could see tar getting in your face. He was pitchy this one hundred percent yet but he was supposedly upset yet. Hose of the smoking of the toad because of the kids and things like that look. Does she smoke the towed in front of the children now. they just spoke about it. This was like she was on a quest. She you know she. It was a different journey with her ex and they smoked amphibian venom. Here's the thing off. And i hate to say this because rich people do this all the time. They always say amicable by the way. No matter if you laugh your ex because you decided that you wanted to be a lesbian. And he decided he wanted to be a monk. No matter what happens there still some strife in that relationship is still upset so if you put on a united front like these two to save the age. Tv show to save their family and put their things aside. You have before you go into that. It's amicable thing. Get all your grievances out on the table. Because if you don't they end up coming i
Who Is Venezuela's President?
"But in agreement about who the government is in venezuela of late. This dynamic has like so many other things being more or less precisely the opposite of what it should. The country's president nicolas maduro tolerates little opposition while a goodly number of venezuelans and dozens of other countries. Don't think he's really the president anyway. The question of who presently is the legitimate government of venezuela is currently being examined by the supreme court of the united kingdom at issue is fourteen tonnes of venezuela's gold stored by the bank of england. It is quite a prize. Nearly a billion. Us dollars worth amounting to around. Fifteen percent of venezuela's foreign currency reserves the regime of president. Nicolas maduro would like access to this trove the better to fight. It says the covert nineteen pandemic ravaging venezuela. Although a few skeptical souls have suggested that maduro whose oversight of venezuela's public finances to date does not inspire complete confidence just might be more interested in further enriching himself and or his cronies venezuela a normal ish sort of country the repatriation of its. Gold should be barely any more controversial a request than the one any of us makes when we withdraw money from our bank account however the united kingdom where the bank of england is located is one of the countries which recognizes as venezuela's rightful president. Not nicholas maduro but opposition figurehead on guido. Less there be any doubt the. Uk's government this week reiterated its official position that it is quote. Clear
You Had Me at 'I Just Want My Pig'
"Look, pink is gonna be interesting. Maybe not a movie you see in the theater. But pig is about Nicolas Cage being a former celebrity chef, which is fun. I like a movie that thinks that way. Who looks like a hermit. And everything changes in his life when his his truffle pig, his hunting pig, the pig that hunts for his truffles is kidnapped. Interesting. And the movie trailer begins with, I just want my pig. You know, you had me at that line right there, bro I want my pig. I'm in. I'm
Tiffany Haddish Had Her First OrgasmDuring a Nicolas Cage Movie
"Start with tiffany haddish. She's talking sex orgasms and nicholas cage so tiffany is in a new movie with nick. Listen told that working with him back a wild memory from a movie theater back when she was seventeen years old. Listen to what happened. When she was watching face off. It was my first time being with. I will say like that has is that was achieving a momentous moments that i had never experienced in my life am open my eyes and the eyes of nicholas cage are looking into my eyes super be right so that was my first my first big oh to tell them this story lick and go away okay. She says they had a good laugh when he told him. Would you guys ever fess up to a story about something like this with somebody. Well i have to say. I don't think i've told my husband this. But i was a fan of mrs doubtfire when we were kids and boy meets world and i think it's weird i i was kind of like playing it cool like i don't even know who you are. Just marry me. You know. And i just i think i don't know if i'll ever tell him unless he sees this. Well i think he's gonna watch out orgasm as doubtfire though did you is that things have happened would you. I mean i guess up to something like this especially if it was nicholas cage takes all you know. She was being fiddled with and the theater. Like i don't know if i'd admit to this i think i just go on with my life and not just block get out because when i i originally heard the story i for some reason thought she was alone. Doing i don't know why i didn't. I thought she with detainees. I thought she was taking her time in by herself in the theater to enjoy. Nicholas cage i then. This makes more sense messing around his this team doing that in the theaters. Like kind of like likely right now especially this got a year in phila- spot on i just wonder does she sixty seconds. It's the question
The Incoherent Manifesto That Is the 'Margarita Declaration on Climate Change'
"I want to introduce you. To something that occurred in July 18 2014 7 short years ago. And on that date, a large number of delegates from radical groups throughout the world gathered to issue a joint proclamation called The Margarita Declaration on Climate Change. Revealing that their proclamation leads with a quote from Venezuela's late Marxist. Dictator Hugo Chavez quote. Let us go to the future. Let us bring it and so it here. Of course, thanks to Chavez and his successor, Nicolas Maduro. The Venezuelan economy and society are devastated. People are dying of starvation. And seeking refuge in the United States and other countries. There's a complete breakdown in health care and basic public services, and the government is a violent police state that represses any and all dissident voices. Indeed, the proclamation reads like a modern version of Marxist Communist Manifesto. Laced with environmental declarations and platitudes. While it is insipid and absurd on so many levels, it is also dangerously appealing and increasingly acceptable. As a matter of national international
Wimbledon 2021: American Frances Tiafoe Upsets No. 3 Seed Stefanos Tsitsipas
"The The first first round round of of Wimbledon Wimbledon is is American American Frances Frances Tiafoe Tiafoe beats beats third third seed seed Stephanos Stephanos tutor tutor business business trade trade sets sets advanced advanced the the second second round. round. It's a business coming off, losing to Novak Djokovic in the final, the French Open just a few weeks back. Speaking of the top seed Djokovic loses the first set to Jack Draper before winning the next three of the notables to advance and good fifth seed Andrzej 11 8 seed Roberto Bautista good while two time winner Andy Murray wins his open over 24th seed Nicolas Bacillus feely
"nicolas" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec
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"nicolas" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec
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"nicolas" Discussed on ProductivityCast
"Your work and personal world better to live affiliate productive life. Then you've come to the right place. Productivity cast the weekly show about all things productivity. Here your host ray. Sidney smith and gustapene out with francis wade and art gallois wicks. Welcome back everybody to productivity castle. Weekly show about all things personal productivity. I'm reading smith magoo's doping and we're your hosts four productivity cast and few times a year we like to bring a productivity expert onto the show and Talk about their application or the work that they do and today we have the pleasure of having nicholas vandenberg nicholas started selling newspapers in the streets of paris in high studied maths at the cold technique than business at stanford. Gsp he started and sold three technology companies with up to sixty five employees and eleven million dollars in revenues. He ran sales for two billion dollar telecom and then he negotiated a billion dollar deals with the companies of the sort of like google and now he's co founded a company called chili piper. It's the system of for revenue teams will get into that and what we're going to be talking about today. Which is cosmo time. The first focused productivity assistant welcome to productivity cast. Nicholas thank you. Thanks for having me. Yeah so what. Didn't we say that you did that. You wanted everybody to know what what. What's what's the essence of nicholas vandenberg now another. That's about right. A group friends ashley. Good sale so as that's what. I studied setting newspapers. A which you pay for a citizen. Very year fenway. And then i came to stanford in one area arrived on campus plan was to travel around the world and go to asia in the in the first weeks at the stanford business school classmate of invited steve jobs and steve jobs told us What you was up to time. That much actually had been fired from apple was candies company. Called next but yet to so inspiring. I thought the season with. I want to do when i grow up. I want to be poor to create software and tried to win back the of people so ever seen since they've been doing so you started cosmic time in parallel with this other company chili pepper. Can you tell us a little bit about chili pepper. I silhouette yeah. That's going on and then what prompted you to create cosmo time. They are so sexy. Not quite parallel. I started cheaper With my wife is a bit unusual. But she's a has a strong bad on the software product designer we bootstrap the company cheaper. We talk it salespeople. As i mentioned that of sales so we we thought that the technology was due forum a revamp and we to do it that to be correct a lot of the opportunities to to sell software sales people and so are companies saudi growing. I found myself busier and busier. And that okay. Now now is the time jubilee. Optimize time so i studied using a to do list in in may do a winston the wrong direction so growing and growing so Drill odroid remember them all sorts of cheap something better and it didn't end eventually. Thought i'm going to solve that problem myself and my wife. That was crazy. They look through so busy. You too busy. You agree to take on another company. Said look if i have. This problem must be the only one who has this. Problem will to resolve it so So i did. We started a company on the side to to help people These people be productive. And as i said the i found that these released. We've really good at capturing The things to do but not very good at helping you to do them. And so my Is being a super interesting journey because my.
Nicolas Flamel and the Philosopher's Stone
"If you're a harry potter fan the name nicholas fla mel is probably bringing some bells for you. Nicholas and his wife. Paranoia are mentioned in jk rollings. I harry potter and the philosopher's stone. They're both over six hundred years old. Because in the novel nicholas has discovered a magical artifact that makes him immortal in the united states. this object is known as the sorcerer's stone but for simplicity. I'm gonna stick to the british term philosopher's stone now supposedly this stone is incredibly powerful legends about it have been around for about two thousand years. They say it has the power to turn any metal into gold. And it's connected to this beverage called the of life which keeps you alive forever. It's not super clear of the philosopher's stone makes the elixir. Or if it actually is the elixir or if the recipe for the stone is close enough to the elixir. That if you can make one you can make the other either way. The central idea is consistent. If you discover the philosopher's stone you can become immortal. Ancient accounts describe the stone. Bright red and it wasn't really a stone at all. it was actually more like a powder or a fluid something you'd add to a bubbling vile to create anything. You want and i do mean anything. See alchemists just trying to get rich and achieve immortality. They were trying to unlock the fundamental secrets of the universe. Like why lead is led and knock gold or why me and not someone else and the idea was that with a for stone you could transform anything or anyone into whatever you want it. And it's not like there's just one stone because according to out chemical tradition you can actually make a philosopher's stone so researchers weren't necessarily trying to locate one. They were trying to create it. Supposedly the closest anyone ever got was this guy named nicholas flannel.
Jessica Simpson's New Book Details Heartbreak
"We have some serious celebrity. Confessions two days starting with jessica. Simpson jessica reveals. She was heartbroken when she learned about her ex husband. Nicolas shave moving on with vanessa manila just months after their split she wrote. I'm saddened beyond belief alone in the dark with no one to call my own. Now this is all from a new expert from her paperback edition of jessica's memoir shared by entertainment tonight in the book jessica alba rides about her struggles with alcohol. Sexual abuse How do you think. Eric feels about all of this. Especially the new revelations. Well just so good morning america this after every therapy session i would have and the journal entries. I would go through. I would share with him and then it just ended up becoming A memoir and Errands very he's a very open person. Like i am and he supported it. He read every chapter with me cried with me. He laughed when i didn't. He's very supportive and he's very proud. Wow well i'm happy they. She has eric's full support. What are your thinking. What are you picking. Ask somebody something. And they just kinda sort of feel like they have to go with the flow. And they give you that high pitch. Yeah we all the time. You know what i mean like but i know that means like i'm not one hundred percent okay with it but i'm support you during this thing that you're going through his this this sharing of emotions because i know it's therapeutic for you and your husband. Yeah i'm going to ride with you. And i'm going to be there with you. I just don't you had to put the thing in about your husband. That's the thing that maybe you shouldn't have. She would've loved it out. That's such a big part in in fact that it was a later expert almost going further into a relationship with an it was almost like people. Read that memoir. And we're saying i needed more. Nick needed more nick and even more nick and she thought well you know. I'm going to sell a little bit more. Let me just add another chapter. I think that was the publisher. You're saying go Legal absolutely
"nicolas" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep
"On the weekend. I seen Utterly terrific or whatever. Obviously that's not the title A whole i heard that a scathing look into the dairy industry. I've heard that too. And then they go and they watch it and then they're like talking to the next day at lunch so you you watch that movie. Yup it was good like two turns out. We don't have to be uptight about everything we can see funny movies. Yeah it was really funny. I have a potential title to two versions. ones curdled. earth or curdled ground. One is a play on scorched-earth ones a play on fertile. Ground and ground. Sounds better i. I like to curdled earth to aliens or going back in time because there are trickling somewhere else because they ruined their world. Right there we go. It's curdled earth good one good job damn okay so those are movies that we've made up this week again. I don't have an agent but net flicks or hollywood anyone. You can contact us. We've got ideas. We could take the dumbest shit and turn it into a workable movie ideas. So imagine if we weren't doing this for just an hour and a half and this was our full time job and we actually took these ideas we ran with them. And i'm like can we get nick offerman and someone's like fuck. Yes you can. I feel like right now. We do have like three. That we've created from back pocket pitches. Which wouldn't wouldn't be like. I feel like a waste of time. Until pursuing further in total will some of them. Okay this milk one. I think could be a great like south park or snl sketch okay. Fair but what okay. So best buds. Of course always active best buds. Great i think the the mockumentary about adventure racing. Oh yeah hundred percent and obviously there's a lot i think i would say probably like sixty percent of the ones we come up with. If you actually gave us a weekend to flush it out and not just try to make him for comedy reasons. They would be good. And then there's like a thirty percent words it would require a lot more work and then we'd like our classic like ten percent that's just like that will never ever be made and no offense. I think like mt g t g is one. I was watching it. That doesn't mean. I think it'd be marketable black. You let me think it'd be a parody like i think this milk one could be a movie if like you gave. We gave more time to like work into it. Actually flesh stuff out. Let me give you one solid thing that i think we're both becoming more aware of over time. Our pitch for a fast and the furious christmas movie would actually be like among the better fast and furious movies. I don't know if that's like a lame i- hundred percent think are fast and fierce. Christmas movie is a great one of ours yet. No one hundred percent i would. I would watch it will also. I think it would be a great. Like bob's burger or like some animated comedy episode anyways. That's going to wrap it up for this week You can check out our other south in the links below. You can join us next week when we'll be talking about something talking about something. I don't think we have a topic set yet. Nope it'll be godzilla. Because i'm going to talk about nothing but godzilla for the next few weeks and we'll just have to deal with that. That's not actually going to be the topic. Come up with something but we'll see next week. Thanks for joining us. I hope you enjoy real movies. Just keep writing in. Someone will eventually notice your dumb ideas. Aren't that dumb..
"nicolas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here we go, Joe Biden. Has been arrested. The deep state is in disarray and has struck a deal with the Trump administration. There will be an experimental surgery that will exchange the faces of Biden and Trump isn't even the insane part. So okay, So the good news So let's go over this again. Biden has been arrested they have now. Swapped faces faces. So remember the movie face a soft Nicolas Cage greatest actor in the history the world. Let's not pretend he's not. His movies are amazing is got a great one coming out Friday. Oh my God! It's amazing, but and John Travolta Uh, swapped places face off of school? Yeah, one was a criminal One was like an FBI. Yes, And what faces? Why did they swap? Oh, so they took He took Nicolas Cage out of the jail and they swap faces because they were trying to catch somebody s so so. I don't even know how to explain that. I remember the guy who wrote it probably wrote this stuff. All right, so queuing on now believes that Biden and Trump swap faces. Oh, it gets better. You ready? Here we go. All right, I'm ready. So when you watch Biden's inauguration, you really be watching Trump being sworn in for a second term. And when you were watching the trump trials that is really biting paying for his crimes. So when we saw Biden Put his hand on the Bible and swear eded UB, the president and all that kind of stuff that was really trump. That was really true. Biden's face Biden's face God, which, by the way, I find this to be, I mean, first of all, can we just talk about? How absolutely amazing. We are with this technology and how? Because they've only ever done like 15 or 20 face transplants in the history the world the fact that we could do with this passage and with two people of that stature also when Trump as Biden stammers or slurs his words that because Trump is still learning to duplicate His speech patterns as you do. That makes sense to me. Yeah. Now. He start to get annoyed by the way..