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Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker
"100 years ago, Madam C. J. Walker was the richest, self made woman in America. She battled both racism and sexism in a post abolition world. She created an empire of hair care products for black women, and she also employed an empowered thousands of black women across the country. Her story is the subject of a Netflix series called Self Made. Inspired by the Life of Madam C. J. Walker. The show stars Octavia Spencer as Thie, tenacious businesswoman, and Blair Underwood plays her husband. You see him struggle to live in the shadows of his wife's massive achievements. You might know Blair from L. A law dear white people or sex in the city. He also starred in the Broadway production of a Soldier's play. I talked to Blair right around the time. The play had to shut down early because of covert 19 back in mid March, and I started off by asking him why Madam C. J. Walker story is so important. She accomplished something that was just a monumental An extraordinary at the turn of the century in the late 18 hundreds and building this hair care empire Ah, woman. An African American woman, um, during that period of time to to earn that kind of money she did, And as you as you said, she employed and empowered thousands of African American women all over the world, So she was really you know, before Mary Kay or Avon or M Way she was creating distributors. People could have their own businesses and be their own business people at the time, So it was really extraordinary. It was amazing what she created, especially given the times in which she did it. Yeah, the early 19 hundreds. Incredible. So let's take a listen to a clip from the new Netflix series Self. This is you. Yeah, This is you and Octavia Spencer as husband and wife. New hotel downtown. The iron figure you will meet wouldn't go down. There could be a bell half you could do laundry. You don't just plant a seed and expect fruit the next day. Color women here. Just gotta get used to that idea. Somebody was doing ahead as all you know. I always love you big ideas, but I'm not going back to long enough. Now. Wait a minute. No way. Don't all made sacrifices You won't do was best for this family. Yeah, so there's definitely some tension. Attention that we hear that Cliff. How would you describe the relationship between your character CJ Walker and his wife, Madam C. J. Walker. Oh, loving but strained. I say, loving first, because I think that's the most important thing to know about. These two people is that they have great had great admiration for each other and affection. They came together and fell in love before she became successful before she became Madam C. J. Walker. Her name was Sarah. Breedlove. And my character's name is Charles Joseph Walker. So she's known in relationship to him. Mrs. CJ Welcome, Madam C. J. Walker, Um and then when she because of because for intellect and her driving her tenacity and her persistence. She as the brand became more famous, and she built. She was the driving force behind the empire that she built. And it was ah, a lot for him to swallow in tow handle into process on a day to day basis and There's alcoholism involved, and there was a womanising involved. And you know he himself was a man of his times on did not want to be defined by the woman in his life, no matter how much he loved her. It was very hard for him to just find his equilibrium in the midst of all of that. Yeah, and to figure out how to play second fiddle and still, I guess, maintain his masculinity or maintain the image of masculinity at that at that time, that's right and still feel of worth in a value. How did you get yourself into into that head space? That sounds like a really intense head space to get into. Well, you got nothing with acting you just Ah, In the simplest terms, we we played from people and we believe it A cz long as you believe more specifically that that you want this woman to win this woman that you're in love with that you want her to when you want her to succeed. And if you live in that space, and then all these other dynamics coming to play her becoming more successful, who are becoming more famous for becoming more well known, and then her ideas are the ones that really work more than your own. And then you you feel less diminished. But if it's rooted in the fact that you bonded and you came together as a team because of the respect and admiration and love for each other. Everything else kind of falls into place. You've been married yourself for 25 years. Did you draw on any of your own experiences in figuring out the power dynamics of a partnership for this role? Uh, yeah, I think you know you draw them everything you've got, because I was sorry. I should be more specific. I guess I'm wondering like you're a famous person, and I'm wondering if there's anything for you not even in terms of like gender roles. But just just just what it is to be a person who is in the limelight and and also trying to make sure that they're there. Partner comes along. With them and shines just as brightly. Wow, you know, Tommy, That's that's really great question. I I do think what What I've learned is that it's important to make. I find everybody around. You feel of value, but you're asking specifically in relationships. But I think that's important, too. You know that your spouse in that marriage or relationship that has a kind of dynamic Where one person maybe more known to the public. And it's more public facing that that person is aware Of how your mate might feel. My my wife doesn't care doesn't look for it, which is great, So it's a part of its part in parts of what I do as a professional is part of my profession. So there's no conflict in that respect, but But there is a sense of you know that it's important that she knows that she is valued in her world and heard her desires and her passions. And I think that's true for any relationship, so I definitely you know. Use that and this character just understanding that
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Something that brings together so they told friends most famous passage. Probably from Beethoven's fifth is bump bump bump palm so like when you play Thursday night passage that so many people have heard so many times. What did it mean to you my own vision of this famous motives about no famous songs? Payments it's You know those four notes is that it's something that's relentless and breathless and it's actually Beethoven struggling and his Beethoven Not Knowing where this is all going until he finds the solution some thirty minutes later with the last movement which is a major and this is normally my interpretation of it of course with the circumstances it became even more relentless even more breathless and I have to congratulate. Of course all the musicians of the orchestra for being so focused in chairing there. emotions that moments even though there was no audience. And I believe that that's at that point. It was quite clear for all of us that we it's might be the last knows we play together for some weeks or months and This definitely helped inform the performance or charge with I wouldn't say even so fresh vision but more an emotional content. That's just different than any normal but by the way there should never be a normal. There should never be in music any sense of routine or something. That's just the way it has always been for the sake of IT and But this is why we play. Music is to to get these emotions which are hard to put in words We can actually express them in have Hopefully some people inspired the in a kind of Cathartic way by listening to it. So let's hear that passage from Beethoven's fifth that we were just talking about and this is my guest uniqueness again conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra last Thursday night with no audience in front of an empty hall..
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Just use this fear that's intruding into other people's privacy. What do you do when you can see part of the future support for? Npr comes from whyy presenting the podcast. Eleanor amplified an adventure series. Kids love here reporter. Eleanor Atwood crafty villains and solve mysteries as she travels the globe to get the big story available where you get podcasts. Or at WHYY DOT Org. We can't go to concerts for now. And my guest uniqueness again can't do his job which is conducting two of the world's Great Music Institutions The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera. But I'm pleased to say he's going to spend some time with US last week. After the orchestra learned that it would have to counsel performances until at least April eleventh. The Orchestra decided to go ahead with a final performance. Livestream in front of an Empty Concert Hall unique conducted the orchestra in a performance of Beethoven's fifth and sixth symphonies. If you WANNA watch that performance it streaming on the Philadelphia Orchestra website and on Youtube and thanks to the generosity of the orchestra and in collaboration with whyy the full concert will be available to watch on the PBS VIDEO APP and on W. H. Y. Y. Dot Org and now that the metropolitan opera has cancelled performances. They're streaming an encore performance of an opera every day on their website. Free for everyone like most of us unique can't do what he typically does but one of the things he can do is talk with us about music he things resonates in this moment uniqueness again welcome back to fresh air. Thank you for taking the time to do this. How are well? I consider myself lucky because I'm healthy. Everyone around me is healthy I am with my family here in Montreal and I came back here right after my last performance in Philadelphia on last Thursday and Yes I think you know. Of course we have We are living unprecedented times but Relatively speaking I think we have to count our blessings and I'm definitely you know fit to try and phase these new challenges ahead of us. So I love what the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera and probably a lot of other places are doing to. Which has since you can't perform in front of live audiences you're making performances available to the public through broadcast or streaming. So let's start talking about the Philadelphia Orchestra the last time you conduct to do And what you did. Was You conducted the orchestra in front of basically an empty hall so that it could be broadcast on the classical music station in Philadelphia and then also televised on channel twelve the TV Sister Station. Whyy radio where fresh air is produced And and so. What was it like for you to conduct in front of an Empty Hall knowing this. This wasn't a rehearsal. This was the real thing even though there was nobody there. Yeah this is Of course this was one of the most memorable For good and not so good reasons of course Because it's sad circumstances but yet it's it became a memorable event and experience for all of us on the stage to perform in front of an empty hall now We're coming into caters musicians. That's why we do this Some of what we do is very lonely because when we study scores when we practice our instruments It's it's one on one you know. Not even it's one the instrument Or or the score but all of this is ultimately to share and to have all of a sudden component of having an audience so someone who can react immediately physically in the same space as we are to what we do is really unsettling and Immediately I think for musicians and myself. We realized that we were missing. This very important part of what we do. And if there's something that even just a few days without being able to perform for audiences and also when I talked to audience members You know by phone or communicates by a with them through social media. I think that The live experience already. We miss it and we hopefully when this is all over we can resume our Life offering with renewed sense of how important it is for us all to feel like a community. Was It acoustically different for you to record in an empty hall? We know are empty hall by rehearsing in there so it was interesting to see that even though we were wearing concert dress and in concert mode we felt the same acoustics The kimmel center there is an hall than what we normally hear when it's a rehearsal so that was not unsettling what was unsettling was to finish these species and have complete silence. Oh of course. Yeah very very unsettling and and actually quite moving for musicians. It's was even you know. Dad there is because that there was a feeling of of emptiness data was You know also challenging. You know in a way but that's all made us realize how much we need the audience to bounce our energy back and that's a that's something essential for the live experience of music but music and also live otherwise than just live so that is a me. Yeah I think there's a lot to reflect and think it's GonNa take us a few months to also understand exactly All those differences between the the being live with an audience and knowing that there's an audience of course but just not having them as part of the experience immediately physically was last Thursday night. The first time you used wipes on your on your baton definitely the first time I used why he s and I mean We also had to think of the entire they car of the concert. You know all the ritual things that we normally do which is for example when I come in A before and after the performance when I go on stage I have to shake the hand of the concert master but now we had to reflect you know. Of course we can shake hands so We decided to opt for a kind of salute which is very respectful which is more Japanese greeting And so there's no physical contact but yet there's an acknowledgement and You know all these little things that we take for granted that change our and daily life for the moment. So you conducted Beethoven's fifth and sixth year last performance with the Philadelphia Orchestra before having to shut down. Did the music have different meaning for you in the moment? And did you invest a different meaning in it? We always planned these concerts to be the start of a Beethoven Cycle. So this is the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Beethoven. And so it's the is. Music is celebrated all over the world. And we've been planning this great cycle full cycle into the delta. That was supposed to go to Carnegie Hall which on this of course is now and cancelled. I was personally to also go to Europe next month to perform record those symphonies by Beethoven With Different Orchestra Chamber Construct Europe now. This of course is still uncertain so Then when this situation happened we did not change program. This is what we were rehearsing planning on playing. And it's I don't know I don't want to read signs of of any kind but the opportunity to connect to our audience in such a moment of shock in the world where all of this is happening and we can't access the concert hall but having it would Beethoven whose you know whose. Music is probably the most popular or best known in the symphonic world And the Fifth Symphony is the representation of destiny and The humankind overcoming in its own destiny and the pastoral symphony which is all about nature and how to reconnect with nature and nature as they provide either in the source of inspiration and hope and we honestly could not have chosen a better program for this. But this is what we add to play. And every musician of the Orchestra I've played the symphonies countless times and in myself included is of course conducted the symphony so often but there was indeed a sense of reconnecting to the purpose of what. Beethoven wanted to tell us through this symphonies and Beethoven was very socially engaged. Composer in his time was very great. Opinions Politically opinions about Also how human nature should Take charge of their own destiny responsibility and their own place in the world and he also because he was having you suffering from hearing loss as a composer as we all know he had To reflect on the struggle and how to live with the disease. So there's a lot in his music that is still so relevant as a society and that meaningful than rich when we have to celebrate.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Most of our staff is working at home now and I've started broadcasting from home so if I sound slightly different that's the acoustics of my living room and if you hear a loud meow. That's our cat rowdy. My first guest is Octavia Spencer. She won an Oscar for her first film role in the help playing a made in Mississippi in nineteen sixty three. She was nominated for an Oscar for her role in hidden figures. As the head of a unit of African American Female Mathematicians doing calculations for NASA to help launch the first Americans into orbit. She also received an Oscar nomination for her performance in the shape of water. That film won an Oscar for best picture now. She starring in the net flicks limited series self-made which is inspired by the life of Madame. Cj Walker who was born in eighteen sixty seven on a plantation in Louisiana after first eking out a living washing clothes for other families. She became a successful businesswoman selling hair products for black women. Eventually she became the first self made female millionaire. In the Netflix series Octavia Spencer plays Madame. Cj Walker in the first episode when she's still working as a laundromat. She's feeling ugly because her hair's falling out her husband has told her she looks like a mangy dog. She tries a hair product that claims to restore lost hair and it works sooner. Start selling her own version of the product to poor working. Women like her here. She is an open market trying to sell her product to a crowd of women. It's not about half pack and be Freedom Bondage Joys Yours WanNA battle station in life. She needs to make more money. Come on let me show you how she talked. I had a cane verses April relationship with my half but somebody all due to see. I was born free two years. After masturbation was often by seven meredith fourteen breaded fifteen widow by twenty had. Been for myself and my baby girl. All the work I could find was in the field was Washington. Didn't have time to take care of my head. I know you know what I mean. Hard work on the bombing wanted to work at the new hotel but they say ain't got the right luke. How many y'all know what she's talking about Cindy Down? Don't give nothing. Tell us make us feel. Luckily I tell you what you come by my salon do you. Have you got himself a deal that y'all a wondering why would you something for nothing? I know how hard it is to kept our head. I know what it's like to not have running water or products maypole. But most important I know if she looked good. We all look. If you look respectable we all look respectable era everything we do as Israel's next back on us so can help one person. I'm lifting us. All want world gives me the confidence every day to be in slay. The demon like the good fight as color woman in a mirror leads to wonderful opportunities him activities Spencer. Welcome to fresh air. Thank you for having me. Can you talk a little bit about Madame? Cj Walker importance in American history. I can I can tell you that. Madame CJ was a a standard bearer in our household that my mother used to inspire my siblings and Myself to strive to be the best that we could be and so I've always known her story but was interesting is her legacy is known in African American culture but not Really by the masses and she built an empire For Hair care for women of color. Black women actually and she was the first self made female Millionaire in this country and the fact that her story is known by the masses I I think it's time that that we we tell it. Did your mother used Madame. Cj Walker hair product. No I I don't even know if they were still around then she basically we. We had nothing and Madame. Cj was born You know Humbly as well and she was a woman of of of purpose. And that's what my mother used to motivate us to to be the best that we can be to reach our potential And so I've always known about her and I've always Felt that her story was Germane to WHO I am As a black woman so I if it she not only did hear growth product. She did other hair products. I think she made hair. Straighten IRS Cosmetics for African American women and so like when you got to Hollywood. Did you feel like that was still an issue? Having good hair products for black women getting good makeup on sets getting good lighting from in in the movies. If you have dark skin absolutely I remember one of the first jobs. I had I you go to set and expect to be made up and there was no makeup for me and From then on I always carry my own makeup. But I don't have to now but I definitely carry my own makeup two sets and yes it is still Pervasive that Women of Color Have to have someone who knows how to to light them. it's something that we struggle with within the profession Madame CJ Walker as we heard describes her as having had a Cain versus Abel relationship with her hair. Did you ever Like struggle with your hair and did that affect your feelings about your chances of becoming an actress. No my mother. I grew up in a household with their six girls in in one boy. So my mom. I used to love to watch her Wash in style my sister's hair and so she taught me how to do that I I didn't have. Kate enable relationship with my hair. I do now because I'm so used to other people doing it but I I didn't back then so you are in the amazing position of having like your first big role when you an Oscar for best supporting in in the help which I haven't seen it is from the point of view of a white journalist writing a book about a couple of African American women in the south working as maids for wealthy white women it was based on a novel by a friend of Yours Catherine docket Who told you you played one of the maids and she told you that this character was based in part on you not on your work but on what on what aspects of you did she draw? Well I didn't know Catherine. She was actually very good friends. With tyrod Taylor The director And writer of the help and I had met her Once and it was while we were in In New Orleans and it was summer and I was on a diet which those two things really really Didn't BODE WELL FOR TATE. Because we were doing a some sort of tour and it was hot in August and so I was actually very haughty and I think as she was re basically writing help she really didn't have a grasp of of who many was physicality and I think she saw this Part of my personality That was you know I'm the type of person am a straight shooter. And that's kind of I think what she drew from. But we didn't really know each other I think it was just a A surface Part of what she drew from. So at. What point did you find out that she drew from you to create the role that you ended up playing I? She asked me to read the manuscript and Let me tell you when you moved to Hollywood. Everybody has a manuscript and it's usually terrible And the manager for the novel for the novel and I she asked me to read it night just kept putting it off and one night. I sat down and read it. And what what how the way she got me to read it. Actually she said well. I wrote this. And I'd love for your opinion and I loosely based many on you and of course. My curiosity was Peaked but I just. It was such a thick manuscript. And I'm thinking if this terrible I do not want to waste my time and of course it wasn't terrible I found it very interesting and I literally read the book in One sitting. And at what point did it get offered to you as a role in the movie adaptation I think tate had always Earmarked that part for me we were. We had been friends for a long time.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"octavia spencer" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Needed someone to drive him to auditions and everything and so i. The House Sat for the Parents and And drove him from time to time to auditions when he needed That so I was able to live for free and pocket my money from my my day. Job Good deal yeah. It was a great deal. It's probably a very nice house. I recommend it Less secretary break here and then we'll talk more if you're just joining us. My guess is Octavia Spencer and she stars in the Netflix Series Limited series called self made inspired by the life of Madame CJ Walker. It begins on Friday. We'll be right back. This is fresh air this message comes from. Npr sponsor capital one with the capital. One Walmart rewards card you can earn five percent back at Walmart on line two percent at Walmart in store restaurants and travel and one percent everywhere else when you want all that you need the capital one Walmart rewards card. What's in your wallet? Terms and exclusions apply capital. One and a change is hard. Transitions can be even harder. But they're also an opportunity to explore and discover and reimagined things. You thought you do. I'm NEWSOM Rhody the new host of NPR's Ted Radio Hour and with all this and mind we've decided to make my entire first episode about re invention. Subscribe or listen right now. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us. My guest is Octavia Spencer. And she's now starring in the new Netflix Limited series self made inspired by the life of Madame CJ Walker and it will be on Netflix. Starting Friday I want to ask you about your film fruitvale station which is based on the two thousand nine shooting of an unarmed black man. Oscar grant at Bart Station a Bay Area Transit Station in Oakland. Who was shot by a Bar? Police officer you played the young man's mother who feel so guilty guilty after she shot after he shot be the mother had said. Don't drive take the train. It'll be safer and of course he's he's killed on the on the train. Did this story have special significance for you? It did I had a have nephews. And I just remember when I would go home For Christmas backed Alabama I would always worry as they grew up And we'd go out with their friends. I would always get a pit in my stomach and I imagine that most black mothers do have those same feelings And when I read the script of Fruitvale station I knew that I had to play that role Not just for myself Being an aunt but for all black MOMS who Have that pitner stomach. Every time their child leaves the house. The film had such resonance because there was so much going on that related to the film after the film came out. You know Michael Brown was shot. Other young men were shot ways that the whole nation knew about it. 'cause it became national stories. Sometimes it was captured on cell phone of video and awareness of what was happening T you know two young black men who were unarmed and getting shot by police like awareness of the at a really grew especially among white people who weren't as aware of it as African Americans were and I wonder if like. In retrospect that made the film even more meaningful for you because it had such a social and political resonance absolutely I hoped that by telling Oscar. Grant's story that Gun violence and The relationships between young black men and policemen Those types of of instances where violence occurred would diminish But sadly I think I think the impact for me. It felt as if it it. Things escalated And it's it's a club. I think No one wants to be a part of A mother who loses a son to Police brutality or gun violence Yeah I it's one of those projects that will always be special to me. You helped save the film. The film had run into funding. You help rescue it from the funding problems. What were you able to do well? That movie was Made for the budget was nine hundred thousand dollars and one hundred and fifty thousand dollars They they lost one hundred and fifty thousand dollars which was a lot of money if if for a nine hundred thousand dollar budget so what I did was I put in Some money and I called You Know Catherine stock it in a couple of people that I she. She wrote the novel the help the help. Yes and she invested in a couple of other friends and we We made sure that we replace that. One hundred fifty thousand dollars And I also they had me in this amazing hotel I just I just sort of I don't think I allow them to pay me. We just put that money back into the pot And they gave me an executive producer credit Forest whittaker and Nina Yang. Bon Jovi Four For actually helping to bridge the the money gap and. I'm sure nobody regretted it and that everybody got paid back and then some and then some we have one of the issues. That you've fought for in Hollywood is equal pay for women and equal pay for Black Women When did you realize that you aren't getting the same amount that white women doing the equivalent work? We're getting oh that was apparent from the start. I mean you could tell you can tell What an actor gets By what they receive On the sets. No one's actually going to tell you what they make But you you can tell I mean we all knew because they all what happens is when a when a When they're putting together a production they would cast the male lead the white female lead and then they come to you and it's like well we've given out all of our dollars so here ears you know. Here's a change and That's that's usually by the time they get to you. You know that there's very little money and I just knew that I wasn't going to take that you know Much longer especially with what I've been able to achieve as an actress and You know women that I've worked with Viola Davis Garage Hinson Jada Pinkett Smith. I mean we all talk and we started talking numbers and Realize that there definitely was a pay Disadvantaged women of Color receive and with regard to pay And you know we we shared information and and we all learn how to speak up and say exactly what we want in dictate the terms that we need it in our negotiating process. When was the first time you stood up for more actually I always fight for every single job. I oh we always fought for a raise always and we always got a raise every single job because I always prepared to walk away. And and sometimes I've had to walk away because the productions won't budge. I'm fine with say no and I think a lot of people lose the advantage in the negotiating process. If they are not willing to walk away and I'm always willing to walk away Octavia Spencer. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for coming on our show. I this is so fun for me. I'm such a fan. Thank you for having off. Thank you so much activity Spencer Stars in the new Netflix Limited series. Self-made inspired by the life of Madame. Cj Walker it starts streaming Friday after we take a short break. Our rock critic. Ken Tucker will take a look at Cape a style of music from South Korea and he'll review a new album by the vocal group. Bts This is fresh air this week on NPR's visibility. Ah WE TAKE YOU TO A summer program for teenagers with sleepovers marshmallows and racial confrontation. All line up by stint lightest to darkest that's up next on NPR's and visit Delia support for NPR. Comes from whyy presenting the podcast? Eleanor amplified and adventure series. Kids love here reporter. Eleanor Atwood crafty villains and solve mysteries as she travels the globe to get the big story available where you get podcasts or at whyy. Dot Org. The South Korean music style known as K pop made a fresh impression on American audiences recently with the release of a new album by the group called. 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"octavia spencer" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
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"octavia spencer" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Has plane crash and he'll react to deal with his dog dying. I feel bad for him at the same time. It shouldn't have been letting everyone touches chocolate. So that's probably how he got it regardless has announced that him and his wife Rita Wilson are going to be an isolation and luckily he's used to being stuck alone with Wilson so he'll be fine movie jokes well done and then. I came back with another one by the way. This is a weird stories. This funny thing that happened to me yesterday when I saw Tom. Hanks Rita Wilson trending. I was so devastated because I thought after thirty one years together they were getting divorced and I was like oh no and then I clicked on the news and I was like aw thank God. They're getting corona. Now thank thank honestly. I can't believe Tom. Hanks is the first celebrity to get the virus. I would've expected someone ridiculous flavor. Charlie Sheen Therapy Tom. Hanks stay like this is like finding out. Mr Rogers has committeea like I even think genitals corona virus chose Tom Hanks just to send a message to the rest of us. You know like prison rules just like can get hangs I can get to anyone. So the biggest star in Hollywood just tested positive for corona virus and luckily saying he's feeling good. He's obviously sick but feeling good. He's going to be quarantined until he fully recovers. But Corona virus isn't just sweeping entertainment world. It turns out it's going to everything the NBA made the stunning decision to suspend the season indefinitely because of the corona virus the NC Double A. Just cancelled the March madness tournament the the Nhl they had suspended. Their seasons Disneyland in California will be closing. Starting on Saturday. Broadway shows will now close so we'll the met up Rura museums art. Yes my friends. Life as we know it has been canceled. Now we're just GONNA have to go home and die of corona. Oh even worse spent time with families. We're not GONNA die these. I'm joking but it is big news. Right parades are cancelled. Movies have delayed. Broadway's dark the NBA has suspended. Its season indefinitely which is devastating news for those teams. They won't be playing basketball. I was devastating except for the Knicks. They haven't played basketball.
Charlize Theron, Daniel Craig among Golden Globe presenters
"Charlize Theron Octavia Spencer Daniel Craig are among the first presenters announced for Sunday's golden globe awards the Hollywood foreign press association also announcing this morning that other presenters will include Sofia Vergara Kerry Washington Tiffany had each Glenn close will Ferrell quite a line up of course Ricky Jr vase will be the host this year you never know what'll happen with Ricky at the podium the evening we'll see Tom Hanks presented with the social be to male walking Ellington generous accepts the Carol Burnett
Apple debuts featurette for upcoming Apple TV Plus original 'Truth Be Told'
"Apples giving viewers an extended. Look at truth be told that's the apple. TV plus series. That tells the fictionalized I story of a true crime. podcast apple insider says Cupertino Streamer has released a feature at for the show uploaded to apple's dedicated Apple Apple. TV Youtube Channel. The peace as the three minute feature at for truth be told has the stars of the show explaining their characters as well as hitting it where where the stories of each will go as the miniseries plays out two decades before the show starts influential journalist. Poppy are now used. The power of the pen to have a sixteen year old tried for murder as an adult. He was found guilty and went to prison now. PARNELL's not sure he was is guilty and start sticking back into the case. Actors featured in the feature at include Octavia Spencer. Aaron Paul Lizzy Caplan and Brett. Cullen a number of producers also turned up including producer and show Creator Michelle de Tremble the feature at is available now now on youtube the series hits Apple. TV plus on Friday the sixth of December
Hollywood Walk of Fame's 2020 Class Revealed: Julia Roberts, Chris Hemsworth and More
"Julia roberts chris hit after octavia spencer are just a few of the celebrities who will have stars on the hollywood walk of fame the hollywood chamber of commerce has welcome selection committee announced yesterday the list of celebrities who will soon receive stars on or near hollywood boulevard this video paint got her star daytime stars dr phil and wendy williams are also on the list the dates of their ceremonies have not been announced yet again can't believe join Doesn't have a
Octavia Spencer, Warner Brothers And Anne Hathaway discussed on John and Ken
"A man on Warner Brothers movie set in the UK has been stabbed in the neck cops call this afternoon to the set of the witches, the film stars Anne Hathaway, Chris rock, Stanley, Tucci, and Octavia Spencer. The injured crew member was taken to a hospital, a second man on the set was
Can Apple's streaming service really think different?
"Despite the fact that I'm in Washington, we're going to leave the news about the special counsel's investigation to the political shows and go somewhere else today, specifically Cupertino California where today apple hosted one of its special events at their headquarters in Silicon Valley. Usually these things are for the splashy rollout of new products. The latest iphone or MAC unveiled on the black stage with dramatic music and slick videos, you had all of that today too. But apple wasn't launching new devices. The company announced a whole new suite of services, a new credit card that works with Apple Pay along an -ticipant streaming TV service, plus a bunch of original content. Marketplace's Ben Bradford reports on how apple plans to compete in the already crowded streaming business one. Way to compete trot out the big names apple announced a slate of original shows and movies with Steve Carell m night. Shamlan Steven Spielberg and Octavia Spencer in Reese, Witherspoon, I create the dimensions of this woman. And now if you were this person imagine if you lived in alcohol apple spending over a billion dollars on new content. But media analyst Michael Goodman at strategy analytics says, the company's got its work cut out for it. That billion dollars is getting them in total about thirty shows. That's nothing compared to what you see interns, original content on Netflix, Amazon, everybody else customers can add HBO Showtime and other channels by paying extra who already does that. But apple feels it has an advantage, and you can play all of it right inside. The apple TV a-. Peter stern apples VP of services. Repeated a theme of the company's presentation. No more bouncing from app to app, he's marketing apple TV. Plus as. As a one stop shop. That's an antidote to streaming fatigue. A recent survey from consulting firm, Deloitte, found about half of US consumers are getting tired of too many streaming options. Jeff Laos conducted the survey of even talked to one person who said that she uses a spreadsheet to figure out which shows you can watch on which service apples been relying more and more on services to generate revenue the company brought in ten billion dollars to services in the last quarter of last year. And over the next four years the company wants to double that number.
Margo Martindale, JK Rollings And Remillard Zoe Kravitz discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"This weekend? Here's your box office preview out this weekend is fantastic beasts crimes and Grindelwald wall. The second film and JK Rollings fantastic beasts series in this installment, the title wizard escapes and reassembles his followers with the goal of wizards and witches ruling over all mortal creatures it's up to Dumbledore and his former student to fight this threat to all of mankind. This fantasy adventure stars Eddie red main Katherine Waterston has Remillard Zoe Kravitz Jude law, and Johnny Depp. Based on a British TV series of the same name as widows and on some Ohio. Phil go ridden by gun rose, Gillian Flynn. The film follows the aftermath of a caper gone bad resulting in the deaths of the four would be thieves. Now, they're widow seek to follow in their footsteps and pull off the perfect crime. Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell, Jacki Weaver, Robert Duvall and William Niessen star. And Mark Wahlberg and rose Byrne team up in the comedy instant family. They play a couple who'd. Decides to adopt but finds themselves as guardians of three unruly siblings. Is they get a crash course in parenting, Margo Martindale. Julie Hagerty and Octavia Spencer also star still in theaters Grinch bohemian rhapsody overlord, the nutcracker in the four realms
Judge Judy explains why she's not retiring any time soon
"Who should we talk about? I today judge Judy because we love her Erin. She is so fun and funny. She doesn't do the show that often, right and rich and so rich. She's like how she's halfway there to being a billionaire. Yeah. Really? Yes. 'cause no wardrobe. Show's been on so long, and it's hugely popular pencil love her, and it is so fun to still she works like two days every two weeks and tapes a bunch of them. I mean, it is where we judges. She's also going to Justice so fun to watch someone just be so straight up AUSSIE to our boss areas, Ellen Ellen. An anchor for you. What else would you do? And we wants her here. All the time really loves her. Yeah. Ellen asks for her. She was on the show L Jesus for judge Judy. She's she's she's a tough cookie with heart. Yeah. She's well. She's no nonsense. She's not wasting any done. She just tells it like it Helps is. funny story. She's I'm judge Judy fan. And she was she was great. You'll have a contract until. Like three more years four more years. No, no, no. I think two and a half two and a half more years after work two and a half more years. They have a countdown. Okay. And do you think that you'll renew? I mean at some point you've been doing it three twenty three years Twenty-three. Now, I'm signed up with them until the end of my twenty fifth year. What do you think? I mean, do you still enjoy it? You look like you do wonderful time down to every day. I've thought about that it's because I get bored easily you this job believe in our it's it's an anchor because it gives you some place to go right in place to go. I e the Monday Wednesday and Friday yesterday Thursday and Friday, and I work every other week. So that's my anchor, and because me plenty of plenty of downtime to get bored. And when I get bored, I usually harass people to See Sierra. your IRS? Well, every other week sounds really good. I'm gonna talk to some people. I like that. I want to talk about I is it true that you you went swimming with sharks. Yes. But Nur shocks. They don't really they don't really care where you in the Bahamas. Are you adventurous like do you would you jump out of a plane Jews aren't adventurous? No. Never. All the great adventures do that. You know, did you ever know great Jewish adventure? Well, only because we make Andy do things he's adventurous. But we force him to do an average Andy. But but so so there's nothing I was going to say is there anything that that you wanna do like that's important to you that you because you can do anything you want. So you probably have already done those things there isn't anything that I can think of that that is on a bucket list. No that I want to do we like to travel to travel I like to travel less as I'm getting older. We travel a lot for the live in different places. So that we have kids different places. So we traveled to see them. Now. There are a lot of kids. And there are a lot of grandchildren, and we traveled to work even just the commute from the east coast to the west coast every other week and the change of time, and then you're working, and then gets a lot. It's a lot. Yes. Actually, we did to a lot of traveling for a long time. And I found that it's not that I'm a homebody anymore. But the United States is a very beautiful place. And most people haven't seen enough of what's the beauty of the states is.
Netflix Picks Up Madam CJ Walker Series from Octavia Spencer and LeBron James IGN Entertainment
"Buy specifically over Columbus Day weekend and finally once the school year is up and running it's a really, good tip from experts to actually pack your kid's lunch. Can save you a lot of money in the long run reporting. Live Olisa, Donovan RTD six Eliza thank you for those temps will most, IBS students don't go back to school until August six for the district's innovation network schools do head back to class this week with some of them starting today we're going. To tell you who those are students attend Ending. Edison school of the. Arts Purdue polytechnic high school and Thomas Greg neighborhood school they go back this morning and then tomorrow even Avon Dale meadows middle school starts, off the school year on. Wednesday it's the first day for. Kids going to cold spring school in urban act academy school fourteen and if you are sending the kids out to the bus stop today, they might want to bring that umbrella, along Todd absolutely you're going to need that umbrella off and on throughout the course, of the day today so you need it during all day parts here morning afternoon. And into the evening hours so make sure you have it handy. Not going to be dealing with any real heavy rainfall and severe weather. But these, showers will just continue to stream through at, times and here's where we stand right now and you notice most essential Indiana dealing with. Some showers there's some spots where there's no rain falling but still, probably a pretty. Damn feeling and then across the state line in Illinois there's a pretty good batch of rain that'll be sliding here in. Central Indiana as we work our way throughout the day so here are rain, chances from start to finish throughout the course of this This Monday nearly, one hundred, percent here. To the morning commute then as we go throughout. The course of the remainder of the day those rain chances you see are straight with us. Through the eleven o'clock hour and they continue into your Tuesday we'll talk, more about the rest of the work week here, coming. Up in just a few minutes all right Todd thank you a big announcement from net. Flicks it's wanting a series about an Indianapolis icon it will tell the story of Madame. CJ Walker she created a line of, hair care products for African American women that made her a millionaire and, she also began the development of the historic Walker feeder on. Indiana avenue before her death in nineteen nineteen the series on Madame Walker will be produced by. TV Spencer and LeBron James with Spencer also, set to star in this show it. Will be based on the biography on our, own ground by Madame Walker's great great granddaughter Alenia bundles eight release date has not been announced coming up.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"There's a there's a restaurant there called casals and all of a sudden in my mind was i ray for a well wwl i'm like damn it out get out of my mind thank you tom you have a great night you too all righty byebye phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six what's your all time favorite spencer octavia spencer movie she'll let him it would probably have to be that's a tough one because i like a lot of her earlier stuff that not a lot of people have seen you can always go to the help because she wanted an oscar for that but she's much some so many really really good movies i liked her i like more of her comedy stuff i liked her in miskin geniality i think that was the second one is getting that she was also in legally blonde two i mean she she's i would think that would be difficult to bring her onto a cast because she's enough stage everybody but the good thing is she is so well at least she seemed so unbel she seems like such a team player that you know no matter what movie she's in whenever they're done in a rap all of her cast mates are always a bragging about what a person she is and how much fun she has to work with so she's not one of those folks is gonna come with their own trailer park on the other side of the studio lot and do her thing and go back and seems like she really is a novel person and gets along well with folks in and that's the spirit that she portrays an oliver characters in the tv series mama it the un the you haven't seen it it's a series of it's a story is of the mother and daughter they're both alcoholics and they're a wow and it's hilarious it is so funny is he going to be really funny or really heavy noise it's it can be both but even when it's really heavy it's very funny it's well written well acted octavia spencer is in that show and she is just fabulous and that's that's why i asked if you've ever seen it but you know.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal
"Octavia spencer thirty one in this category leslie mandal's in a movie not a lot of people have seen phantom thread song i'm going alisyn jetty on allison janney at it's weird it could work against her or four her she played more of a character for sure yes laurie metcalf was herself for the most part i dunno are met gap and you would think it's not as much of his stretch as a strapping a parakeet to your shoulder and just miserable but on the other hand laurie metcalf was in that movie a lot more than than allison janney i feel like she has more big moments you know there's that big moment at the end of the movie where she dropped sleepy bird off at the airport and she has this drive around the airport circled area all the look on a faces no dialogue we just like very it's a very big moments be showy moment for an actress that an and if i wouldn't be shocked if that's what we saw in the little clip on the other ceremony yeah yeah it's important to know how to drive and is just the thinking of the let's go for no other reason all right uh so that's probably not going to be are upset that right now i don't think so k supporting actor this is even worse this is worse you kacem rockwell yeah has won every has literally one area right here and he's also beloved no have you heard a bed worried about same rockwell now needed people just like that guy yeah like i daily charlie's angels right like iron men to you know they're just they're in there in the same rockwell and in this feels like summation of his career you know the other candidates uh i think willing to foes very similar is sort of the laurie metcalf of his category but.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Is the lovely octavia spencer i'm she's meets as you say octavia spencer of protects her dissoloved talking for her and she has this incredible platonic relationship with the artists who lived next door i mean partly because he's gay boys in the closet because it's 1960s baltimore on this film kind of it's funny because i think even though it's between is a love story between a meets woman and a man it's the most cynical joyous humor and story of love i've seen in the cinema fears and it's for and it's it's goal of those things that they'll tarlov so it's very much a a march to the gold nature cinema is in love with musicals its in love with everything about stumps for its very rich i mean the production design disclosure is x with it there are some shots i just want to stop unlike the tea tightlyknit every single detail the composition of every show is taken as you'd expect both an incredibly moving of credit played like just so cynical nothing ca few of the criticisms i've heard certainly and ii silver in toronto with of the awful them critics and they were kind of saying oh it's really cheese and i think if you give yourself favorites this film and you kind of abandons and all of that it's just a beautiful peaceful joyful love story and doug jones is incredible for a man who's just he makes no he says certain found on cali speaking necessarily and by the way you know if anyone seen it unless you about today that the theme representation of the meme on is is peaceful like absolutely be useful the relationship between them there were shots hope they're there.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Have we can oscar so white situation given that mud bound really i marriage obliges so good and mud down but i just don't know how many people have watched it and octavia spencer i shouldn't bet against her because everyone loves her but i just don't think she had that much to do in that role to me um and so to me it felt like maybe maybe tiffany could get in here i mean there's obviously a lot of excitement around her and i do think a lot of people have seen that movie um soap so i don't know i mean leslie mantle as great um holly hunter is really good in the big sick this could be the big six only only a nomination i think so new at we'll see what happens yeah i think i actually spencer nomination be another place to see at indication of support for the shape of water like her not like it feels like people are picking her but lost because they like her and because they love the movie and want to find places to reward it um and you know richer timkin's is an excellent work competitive category so um you know bought for that on tuesday mining tight know that i was in la for that television critics association pressed to are but like you guys have ruined me for conversations carter's other than like awards season so we were i was talking to a lot of people i feel like i went on a research trip to la about like what la thinks about the oscars and what i was told about octavia spencer from la people is that she campaigns and she shows up and so like that would you know help it's know like knowledge she went for the help it like you know was nominate after that so like she will be no her they know that she shows up and she plays the game and that's above lake ability in town and performance in the film that's part of it like will you engage in this threering circus were about to lay out you know while right and i.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"So visit the store that offcameracom and pick up a copy for yourself and a coffee for your mom and copies forever when else in your christmas list you will not only be getting a beautiful photography book filled with never before seen images but you will be supporting off camera it's a winwin so thanks for listening and now on with the show hey folks sam jones here welcome to another addition of offcamera the show or i get to talk to iconic creative curious artists and find out how they got that way and in this episode i sit down with actor and author octavia spencer pretty early in our conversation octavia spencer told me that she loves a good mystery well me to for example how does it dyslexic girl with severe fright for become an actress and then an author and when someone close to her told her not to go to hollywood because of his only for beautiful people why was she not furious if you saw the on the screen before the help you could be forgiven for thinking she was a nurse it's a role she's played at least thirty times and she's a little tired of checking people's blood pressure the help brought her to wide attention and earned her an oscar for best supporting actress and then hidden figures came along which also earned her an oscar nomination she was finally telling important untold stories but also feel confined to a certain era and role that brought up another mr for me then why play 1960s cleaning woman in guillermo del toro's new film the shape of water her answer says a lot about who she is as a person and as an artist recently octavia put some of her hardest work and hardest one wisdom in a kid's detective long putsch inspired me as much as it did my daughter's but octavia has always bad hunter self and that alone is a great message you'll hear many more in this episode you'll also hear the only way you'll ever get her to play another nurse and what you'd better not say to her if you see her in the grocery store so full up a chair and listen in.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"Keeps the parking lot in front of our office swept clean of all debris and make sure that that moment the guests come to the show they are not walking through an excessive amount of duster trash thank you matt for all the hard work you do around and we have a real treat for you next week we're going to be joined by actress and author octavia spencer i have a hard time walking into a very crowded frenzied situation so it ever i step out of a car and there's lights flashing cameras and people screaming i wanna get off that carpet as soon as possible but if you're terrified of everything and you don't venture out and try to get past that fear you will never accomplish anything not anything what you hear her story you might be surprised that she became either an actor or writer let alone both she struggled with both dyslexia and stage fright all her life her big break is an actress came with playing a made in the help and it was role that won her the oscar for best supporting actress her next oscar nomination came with their performance as a nasa mathematician it hidden figures both were important stories and both made her worry about being confined to certain areas and characters so why would she agree to play a cleaninglady in her latest film we'll talk about her career and creative choices including her decision to make a red headed white girl the hero of her detect a serious for kids see you next time off camp.
"octavia spencer" Discussed on Double Toasted
"So we going to have some other places that we know we want to go to but we're not until you just yet we'll let you know what we're doing for sure and liz like canada and el new york is on the horizon let me say we got who tiffany how you doing tiffany will hold an holding it down here especially in here tiffany was that allow black woman that you see a sitcoms that everybody scared that black waitress octavia spencer yeah yeah yeah that black waitress fuck with excuse me member eggs a closed outflows might even open yet sales style what mad about it takes to crack three here they open now she was she was scared mother book is so badly a man because thereby talk about they would go see kidnap halle berry in everybody was talking about a movie with bullshit i hate the mood movie that moves suck mma rated number should have give i'm sorry john tassos what done with the creepiest thing michael guard is you really got you others you are you actually are the sweetest creepiest eleven like if you kill somebody i'll be like oh i expected there but all i can't be merit you you see what's the name a wishing him again man like are you being weird you try to be a door is there are mixed here we having sex are you going to murder me i can't tell why not both in that order but.